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Indianapolis Leader (Newspaper) - May 13, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Philadelphia 54 n. Illinois store. 54 bargains bargains in Black silk at 91.00 Worth 81-25 Black silk at 1.26 Worth 1-66 Black Cashmere All Wool at .371 Black Cashmere extra Fine 40 in .60 our Xref lasting hip Corset for 99c. A splendid line of trimmings and buttons. Lace Bunting 46 in. Wide Only 50c. Coloured lace Bunting at 15c, Worth 52c. Best Turkey red table linens at 59c. Come and see and you will be satisfied that we sell goods cheap. D. J. Sullivan amp co., 54 North Illinois Street. 54 p. open until 9 of clock every evening. Pharmacy a of \ lovi8 Elk Trodt successor to j. B. Dill 99 Indiana Avenue. At Down town prices prescriptions drugs and medicines a specially. Choice Cigar. Pure wines an. Liquors. Of our exquisite perfumes Are unrivalled by aay in the Market for delicacy and intensity of odor. Toilet hets and vahe8. Toilet powders. Elegant Cut Glath bottler hand and stand mirrors. Alno a i assortment of cloth hair. Large a tooth Nall shaving and shoe bru8 he 8 a full assortment of stationery and in fact. Anything kept in a everything usually first class drug House. 99 remember place sign of the a mortar Street lamp. Illuminated at night Indiana Avenue Corner Vermont. To nabs Ribern. If Job fall to receive year uly the Nobee Albent. See a Bine Mark on your paper time is up and that your or discontinue 11 you know that paper will up. The 1 Scriben in the City of Indianapolis they will be regularly visited by a collector. It is for All outside of the City. Up led unless the Blue Mark will not be is you pay used for sub to ask bin. 1. Agent tan to nurse is required to Settle not later than thursday of each week for the Papen of the proceeding week no Papen Are to be sent to any agent who fails thus to Wile. 2. No Papen Are to be sold on credit unless the agent chooses to pay for them and run the ask of collecting. S. Each agent is to order Only the num ber of Papen that can be sold. The Leader is on Sale at the following places. Belles Cigar store no. 60 West Market. Joseph Smiths news depot. No. 12 n. Illinois Street opposite Bates House. Louis Xich Rodtz a drug store 99 Indiana we. Will Floyd a Barbor shop. No.�?~28 Indiana Scott a Lucas Barber shop no. 161 Ina venue. Political announcements. Roe treas Ckik. I Abromet will be a candidate for county a treasurer. Object to the decision of the democratic nominating convention of Marion county. A City yews. The grand rally at the it. Zion Baptist Church takes place tomorrow. Preparation Are being made for several society picnics and excursions. Martin Vanburen entered a plea of guilty to the charge of Petty larceny. The Green Burnett murder trial a set for next monday in the criminal court. Charley Butler left for Frankfort thurs Dar morning to visit his Mother who is Verv ill. Owing to the heaviness of the track the races of last wednesday did not amount to much. Martin Van Byren or been sentenced to two Yean in the Northern prison for grand larceny. This City has a goodly number of Colore carpenters and they All have their hands full of work just now. Five members of Philip Mccooley a family 15 South East Street have died since the 8th of March All of different diseases. Cady a Lodge 42 North Pennsylvania Street Are just in receipt of a full line of ladies Vassar slippers handsome and cheap. A c. B. Gillum who has had charge of Greenfield school passed through the City wednesday on his Way to Sherid amp a his borne. Nathan Frazier the fiend who so brutally a anted his father some time ago has been sentenced to five Days in jail. It should have been five years in the Penitentiary. Or. Bartlett of the second presbyterian Church has accepted the Call to new York Avenue Church Washington d. C., at a salary of $6,000 a year and $1,000 to defray Tii expenses in moving. A monday William Tyler while delivering ice to a Butcher on Mccarty Street picked up the proprietors pocket Book which had been dropped on the floor and which Cun trained $65 in Money and 8500 in checks and notes. The Butcher a Ruspi Sioning the ice Man j notified officer will Robinson who arrested to scr and recovered a portion of the notes. Officers Mcclure Ami Harris took up the Case and in a Short time found a new suit of clothes which he had purchased and the remainder of the Money. The officers deserve great credit for their work. Tyler a been sent up for two years. J. H. Walker the genial mail agent of Terre haute was in the City Wedes Dav after noon arranging to have a mail Wagon built. We failed however to learn much about Terre haute from him As he consumed ally the time telling a tout the wonderful precocity of a youngster a amp ined Edwin Walker that recently made its appearance at the Walker mansion. The Mother and father will accept our k artiest congratulations. The a travel Era at the new state House building fell tuesday for the second time and fatally injured Scott Thomas the Engineer. Isnit it about time that the contractors were tak ing some precautions against such accidents. Some one must be guilt a of criminal carelessness and the matter should be looked into. A grand concert and Tableaux will let a Given next wednesday evening at new Bethel Baptist Church for the Benefit of the Sabbath school. Some of the scenes connected with the murder of Garfield and the trial of the Assassin will lie enacted. The Public invited admission ten cents. Jack Shepherd has been indicted by the grand jury for being in a state of intoxication in a Public place. Well Jack is a hard citizen and needs the attention of some kind of a jury but should the grand jury consider All such my the session would he a prolonged one. One of the most pleasing features of the entertainment Given at the 9th presbyterian Church Friday evening of last week was the excellent rendition of the a too utterly utter song a Oscar dear a by miss. Stella Hart. She promises to be a vocalist of rare Talent. Rev. Moore a Young minister who is completing his education at Oberlin University was in the cite last sunday. He delivered Able sermons during the Day at and corinthian Baptist Church and returned to Oberlin monday. Tuesday evening May 23, an entertainment will lie Given at English a opera House for the purpose of raising fund to defray the expenses of decoration Day. Some of our Best local Talent will take part and promises to be an interesting affair. The Eoal Oil lamps which have so Long la Een a standing disgrace to Circle and University Parks have Lieen removed and Gas Ramfis put up. What has become of the electric Light Tower that was to lie placed in the Center of Circle Park Lydia Al Pinkham a vegetable compound will at All times and under All circumstances act in Harmony with the Laws that govern the female system. Address mrs. Lydia e. Pinkham 233 Western Avenue Lynn mass., for circular. Mathew Johnson who attempted an outrage on prof. Roberts Little daughter pleaded guilty in the criminal court wednesday and was fined $150 and sentenced to the state prison for two years. An unusual amount of rain has fallen the past two weeks. The late frosts together with the wet weather will undoubtedly do great damage to crops. Cady a Lodge 42 North Penna. Street have a Complete Stock of men a women a and children a shoes. Low prices courteous treatment. 2.1 the famous Chickasaw guard of Memphis Tennessee will be present during the military Encampment in july. The doctors and Pill makers have been holding conventions in the City during past week. We will hereafter have regular Corres Man Dence from the North Eastern part of the City. Done to fail to read Dixon a big and. And then go and examine his goods. Murder. A fatal affray Between two labourers at Beech Grove farm. Hiram Knapp and Charles e. Hildreth quarrel Over the use of a horse Collar. It leads to a Long and bloody Fly fac i in which the smaller Ffora Ted. Is he retaliates by sending a Bullet crashing through the brain of his antagonist cheap dry goods special bargains just opened by a. Dickson co Trade Palace. Oak and examine our Oil stoves for laundry purposes. F. P. Smith amp co., 35 n ills Streel. And then realizes the enormity of his crime details of the shooting. An interview with the murderer and something of Hie history the murdered Man. It in memory am. Dedicate i to the memory egberts. Of Kfir k a life so Short so even spun of Golden threads All equal length. And Woven in that gen Al Sun which through her nature Shoue in strength. Sedate and modest Meek and mild. A Wiite merrily at time a not Raab. When in facetious Jolly smiles her eyes with witticism Flash. Naturally gifted with rare Powers of mind and moral sentiments. These lofty a grand Structure Tower to virtue its True elements. And Best by far he leave to a. Not legacies of vanity but solemnly to All entrust. Her jewel christianity. G. W. X. Sen personal Little miss Estella Floyd has been Ousby ill for about two weeks. Mrs. Lloyd James returned monday from a very pleasant visit to cd Hili Cote of o. Mrs. Henry Kogan who ban been very ill for some time is recuperating her health at Bridgeport. Mrs. J. Q. Adams will leave the cite next week for so Paul Minn where she wifi join her husband. The methodist fair closed monday night. The result financially was was All that could be wished. Mrs. Mary Welch Mother of f. D. Welch has been suffering from rheumatism the past week but is now recovering. The sister of j. H. Ringgold mrs. Maggie Johnson will be in the City next week to pay a special visit to miss Bertha Ringgold. Henry Hall who has been sick for some time has grown much worse in the last few Days and Nis Case is now considered very critical. Rev. T. J. Manson will preach a special Sermon tomorrow night subject a the Crown of the Public at Large Are invited to be present. Rev. Singleton formerly pastor of the it. Zion Baptist Church proposes to establish a new Baptist Church at the Corner of Pratt and California Street. William Ware who has been residing in Evansville for the past six months returned last saturday. Or. Wares family will follow him in a abort time. Thev will Tai e up their permanent residence in Indianapolis. Or. Burney of the review and or. Shoe Craft an at Achee of that paper were in the i. A City tuesday and wednesday. Or. Burney who stands High in medical circles of Southern Indian a Wasa Delegate to the state medical society. Both gentlemen left thursday noon for Ann Harbor Mich where or. Show crafts brother is lying Al the it Point of death. Shortly after 10 o clock on monday morning a Telephone message conveyed to this City the startling announcement that a murder had been committed at Beech Grove farm six Miles Southeast of Indianapolis. The meager statement was soon confirmed by full particulars of the crime which seems cold blooded and inexcusable. Instead of being the outgrowth of a feud or the re ult of longstanding enmity the fatal affray took place Between men who less than half an hour before were friends and had been fellow labourers for two months. The occasion of the difficulty was of a trivial nature As will be found below and the fact show both parties to have been strikingly stubborn and the one who lives possessed of Quick temper and uncontrollable passion in the absence of which be would not now be in the awful position of a murderer. Car Reed Over a horse Collar. Hiram Knpp Aud Charles e. Hildreth were employed As farm bands by messes. Churchman a Jackson and work was resigned them yesterday morning by or. Jackson who came to the City. About half past 9 of clock both were engaged m harnessing a team. Hildreth appears to have taken a Collar which Knapp him not to use on the horse he was hitching the latter claiming it was too Small. Hildreth gave no attention to Knapp however and proceeded to harness the horse using the Collar in dispute in spite of the repeated cautions against doing so. Thereupon Knapp removed the Collar from around the horse s neck which led to a scuffle. Bad feeling had been engendered on both sides. In the struggle for the pos session of the Collar it began to tear when Hildreth released his hold and called Knapp s attention to the fact. The latter then struck Hildreth in the face which led to a bloody fight. The men fought like beasts their clothing being torn and covered with blood. The fight lasted Finly Twenty minutes and. Although there were bystanders not a move meet to part the men was made. Both men seemed terribly in Earnest Aud unwilling to give in. But finally Hildreth who was the smaller was Force to cry then Knapp ceased his blows and released Hildreth who acted As if insane. He looked around for something with which to strike Knapp and picked up an axe hesitating for a moment As if thinking Itiat course to pursue. A sudden idea seemed to occur to him and he dropped the axe and started from the scene of the affray near the barn to the Bouse of a Man named Ryan 100 Yards distance where be had a room. He sought the latter and took from his trunk a revolver 38 Cal Breaud went toward the Home of or. Jackson. Connected with the latter a residence is a Dairy building beneath which there is a Creamery. Knapp after the fight started toward the House. As be was descending the Steps leading into the basement Hildreth whose frenzy had not abated came around the Corner on the opposite Side. He saw Knapp s face which Wely appeared above the Landing and fixed the fatal shot. The Ball entered Knapp a head just above the left Eye. He Tell face Forest to the Bottom of the Stepe where be Lay bleeding until carried into one of the rooms above. The Stone floor was covered with blood and the brains of the murdered Man which had oozed out. Or. M. T Runnells of this City was telephoned for. And arrived about the same time that did sheriff Adams and Deputy sheriff Glazier. The wounded Man was still breathing but beyond Aid and he died shortly afterwards. There was intense excitement about the premises and strange to say. Sympathy was expressed not Only for the murdered Man but also the murderer. Hildreth immediately after the shooting seemed to realize his awful crime. His frenzy appeared to at once give place to a feeling of utter helplessness. He stood for a moment fixed to the spot from which he fired the shot and then walked toward the barn. He surrendered the weapon in which four cartridges remained and to those who were with him by Good to be shot. 200 pieces dress Calico it 5c, Good cloth and Good styles. 100 pieces dress Cambric Yard wide Fine cloth Good styles Only 7c, Worth 10c 200 pieces dress Cambric very Best Quality full Yard wide lately sold at 12jc, now Only 10c. 200 pieces dress i Jinns Fine Quality fast colors and Good styles Only 7c. 100 pieces dress Gingham Best Quality and Choice styles of the season. 100 pieces Spring dress goods Best we have Ever offered at 10c, 12$c and 15c. 40 pieces All Wool Black buntings at 20c and 25c, both the beat we have offered at the prices. 2ft piece All Wool Black French Cashmere full 40 inches wide at 45c and 50c. A or bleached muslims ter Brown muslims a checked shirting. At the lowest prices of the season. The sheriff found him sitting in the barn and be offered no resistance to arrest. On the Way to the City be spoke in the most deploring terms of what be had done and seemed to be suffering terribly. He talked freely to the her off and admitted be knew not what he was doing until after be had fired the shot and he saw Knapp falling. He insisted that he took no aim but fired recklessly. Arriving in the City he was taken into the mayor s court where be w lived examination and was committed to jail. Sheriff Adams at his request summoned messes. Harding a Hovey who held a two hours consultation with the murderer in jail. The murderer. The effect of indulge acc in Strong drink can be removed from the system by Warners Safe Kalnev and liver cure. Gone up the flume. The Franklin life insurance company made and assignment to Jude Frazier last saturday. Life insurance companies and savings Banks Are about alike no Good. A Benefit entertainment will be Given to or. Henry Hall by his friends and acquaintances on thursday eve. May 18th., at Vermont St. Church. A very Choice program has been prepared for the occasion. Selections from the operas of Pinafore Mascot and shakespearian readings will be rendered by our most talented ladies and gentlemen. A Sentinel reporter called at the jail and a admitted to see the prisoner a Short time after Bis incarceration. He was still engaged in conversation with his attorney who had previously advised him not to talk about the shooting. In appearance he is about five feet seven inches tall medium sized smooth faced with dark hair and bins eyes. He was neatly dressed and altogether would be termed a Good looking youth not having the appearance of a Well Deve loped Man. He bore Marks of fight with his victim. Being bruised about the Bead and the smaller Finger of Hie right hand having been almost bitten off. On his Throat were Finger Marks indicating that lie had been choked. The officers had allowed him to change his clothes and Bis a Tearance was much better than it would have been otherwise. He was not averse to talking about his personal history and being questioned said Quot i am Twenty six yes a old and was born in Boston mass. Most of my life was spent in Wilmington del., but i have been away from Home since my sixteenth year and have been shifting for myself. My father is a machinist and has a Large family. My Mother is dead but i have a Stepmother. After i left school my health was so bad that 1 could not stand in door work and i was advised by a physician to adopt farming As an occupation. For one year and a half i was in the Oyster and fish business at South Norwalk Conn. I have been Here two months and went directly to or. Jackson a farm. I bad been in correspondence with him before coming. I came Here to learn All branches of in answer to a question As to his connection with the deceased he said they had never bad any difficulty to amount to anything cheap bread. Cheaper than flour. If you desire the beet and cheapest bread ask your grocer for Bryce a Large sized five cent loaves. Bryce so Vienna bread a and Bryce a Boston Barkai Are equally cheap. Bryce a bread and Bryce a butter crackers Are unexcelled a to Quality. Millinery goods ladies misses and children hats and Bounds All marked Down in prices to reduce our Large Stock. 100 dozen sewed corsets White and coloured at 50c, sold everywhere at 76c. 80 dozen men s White shirts at 50c and 75c, two very cheap lots. Just opened 500 new parasols at prices which cannot be equated. 100 dozen lace collars at 15c, 18c, 20c and 25c, in new and Choice styles. 100 dozen menus i Hose at 5c. Every Man can have a pair. An examination of the above will prove that the goods Are what we represent them to be. Ladies who want Good goods at Low prices should not fail to examine them. They will be shown freely to All who wish to look at them. 190 4 8tore, the Trade Palace nos. 26 and 28 West Washington Street known As the Trade Palace for 30 years and the Only store in the City called or known As the Trade Palace. A. Dickson do co. And had roomed together at or. Ryan a and took their meals at or. Jackson a. His attorney suggested that he might say he Felt Justi hed in doing what he did to which Hildreth assented. He bears the appearance of Quot having been Well raised and from Bis conversation has a fair education. In speaking be frequently smiled and did not seem deeply concerned at Bis situation. His manner is rather impressing and be Baa a straightforwardness m what be says. His lawyers will Endeavor to prove that he acted in self defense and was followed by Knapp. Hildreth was quite a favorite on the farm and bad made Many friends during Bis Short stay. He does not expect help from his father but yesterday asked for writing material in order to Send him a letter. The victim. Hiram Knapp was Twenty three years old and his Home was at Poplar Plains near Flemingsburg by. He came Here Over two years ago and since that time was employed at Beech Grove farm. His Long service had secured him the position of the chief farm hand. His sister. Mias Myra is also employed on the farm. The remains of the unfortunate Man it re brought to Kregelo a and will this morning be shipped to Kentucky. The Coroner viewed the remains yesterday afternoon and will immediately commence taking the testimony of witnesses. Card of thank. To the ladies and gentlemen of Indianapolis dear friends i desire to thank you for your expressions of kindness to me voiced in your Liberal donations in my behalf in answer to the Appeal of James Lightbourne. He has up to this time collected and paid to me $11.35, for which you have my sincere and heart Felt thanks. Henry Hall. To the ladle. Mrs. M. E. Halting of the popular Millen cry establishment 44 North Illinois Street Ohoro to the Public a Large Stock of Mille Ncry and fancy goods. Her styles Are elegant and prices reasonable. Mrs. Harings Long experience in the Bui snere enable her to thoroughly understand the wants of her customers and if you buy of her you cannot fail to be pleased. Remember the number 44 North Illinois Street found drowned. The dead body of a Man was found in the River tuesday evening a Short distance below the Mouth of pogues run. Flanner a hot mown undertakers took charge of the body conveying it to their establishment on North Illinois Street where it was identified thursday As the body of John Ackerman. I it deceased was a Stone Cutter by Trade and for several years has lived a dissipated life. He leave a wife and three children front whom he a been separated about three years. Public install ton. Macedonian Lodge of the Temple of Industry and the sisterhood of the Temple held a Public installation at the second Baptist Church wednesday night. A Large crowd was in attendance and the ceremonies were All very interesting. After the installation an entertainment was Given in the lecture room of the Church which was a highly enjoy Able affair. The Temple of Industry was organized August 6. �?T81, and is in a nourishing condition. In Solo i manic. The following masonic lodges have made preparations to give a Union picnic at the Noblesville fair ground on the 8th of june Trinity Lodge no. 18, Center Lodge no. 1. And Uetha Emain con Mandery. Leah court will also take a part. Fare for the round trip 75 cents. A Large crowd will no doubt accompany them. Train will leave the Union de got at 8 of clock a. M. George Eliott chairman of the committee. Robert Prim Secretary. Marlon county s it in old ren. School the following is an enumeration o school children in this county As stated by superintendent Harlan City of Indianapolis 30,888 Center township outside the City 1,725 Wayne township 1,183 Franklin township 908 Warren township 965 Lawrence township 840 Pike township 836 Perry township 830 Washington township 762 Decatur township 618 town of Irvington 272 total 39,827. The superintendent a of the opinion that the enumeration for Indianapolis is too Large a it would make the population of the City 110,000, taking the basis of 3$ inhabitants to each child of school age. The nation since its consolidation with the new York evening Pott has increased its facilities in every department enlarged its size to Twenty four pages and added Many Able writers to its previous list. It is now pronounced by Many of its readers to be better than Ever before. Established in 1865, the nation was a Pioneer in this country As a weekly journal of liter amp re and political criticism of the High est order conducted free from the control o party interest of any sort. Despite a precarious support during the first few years it has held its original aim and has Long been a recognized authority at Home and abroad. Its editorial management has been unchanged from the first and its projectors intend that with their present la. Wilities the nation shall become More than Ever before the medium of the Ablest thought of the time. The form and style of the paper Are chosen with a View to the most suitable shape for binding and a set of the Natum preserved bound Aud indexed makes the most Complete and readable record of current events of importance in the political and literary world available for the american Public. The subscription Price a been reduced to $3 per annul. Specimen copies sent on request. Address the publisher 210 Broadway new York. Political a jots. Legislative Timber is not coming to the front very fast on either Side of the political House. Hon. Stanton j. Peelle friends and they Are Many claim that he will be his own successor. A Good Strong fight is All that is necessary. A. Abromet is making a Lively Canvas for the democratic nomination for county treasurer. He seems to have considerable strength in the democratic ranks. By reference to our Richmond correspondence in another column it will be seen that the coloured republicans of Wayne county Are not in a very Happy state of mind politically speaking. It is frequently hinted that the coloured republicans who did not go to the polls and vote at the recent election were paid to stay away. What about the White republicans who did not vote. The democrats must have borrowed a couple of Tilden a barrels. The democratic executive committee has stated the 8th of july a the time for holding their county convention. According to the present Republican arrangements this would give the do Ratie candidate about two months the a tort of their Republican opponents. It might be Well to change this arrangement a Little. The spread of education among the coloured people in this country has led thoughtful persons to the opinion that through intelligent moral and religious representatives of the coloured race lies the civilisation of the great continent of Africa which it is believed will Ere Long be opened to Commerce with the rest of the world. A Large meet no to 3itate this subject was recently held in new York and a fund for the purpose a Likely soon to be raised. Whatever Raay come of this thought and movement it is certainly very Gratifying to note the rapid Elevation and Progress of the coloured people in Thia country since becoming clothes with the full duties and obligations of cilia Wiship. They have largely exceeded the expectations of the most hopeful As to their capacity for Progress and Good citizenship Sentinel. A new Stock a of groceries and provisions of All kinds has been opened by c. E. Bailey. A at his new Corner of Bright and North streets. He give him a Call. Charles Mayer amp co. 29 amp 31w. Washington St. Ticket office Wabash route 40 West Washington Street Indianapolis Indiana. Tickets to All Points East West North North West and South West. F. A. Palmer Para. And to to agent. . Para. Agent. St. Loud. John c. Gault gen manager. M. W. White merchant tailor s7 West Market it. Swobodi made end to Larad in order a specially Acob b. Julian. John f. Julian. Julian a Julian attorn is Ani Counselor at Law no. 18 Thorpe Block Indianapolis ind n Sale by All druggists or. Jordan1 lung renovator the great lung rhinely. $q7 a week. 112 a Day at Home easily made Fez i costly outfit free. Addrea Truk k co. Augusta Maine. $5 to $20 k land Maine. $685 Fortini Day at Home. Samples Worth fat ree. Add re Stinson a co., port a week in your own town. Terms Indk it outfit free address ii. s ooh a Portland. Maine. Managers office of the Vincennes lottery Circle Hall Cor. Circle and Market streets. Indianapolis ind. The following scheme will be drawn every morning at 12 of clock during the year 1882 prizes. 78 number��?12 drawn ballots. 1 a a $5,000 $5,000 1 a a 2,500 2,500 1 a m 1,500 1,500 1 a to 1,000 1,000 2 a a 800 1,600 2. 500. 1,000 2 e e. 334. 668 25 a a. 100. 2,500 185 a e a 90 a a 5,550 66 a a. 10. 660 66 a e. 7.50 a 495 132 a a a 5 a. 660 4,902 a a. 2. A 8,184 25,740 a a. 1. 25,740 important to travellers. Special inducements Are offered you by the Burlington route. It will pay you to read their advertisement to be found elsewhere in this Issue. A Jersey City four year old on seeing the Cook take the baked potatoes from the Ven was astonished at one which had Bora its skin. A ooh Annie 1 he exclaimed a there s one All unbuttoned in 10,316 prizes amounting to $57,057 tickets $1.00 purchasers can Chew their own numbers. Tickets can be purchased of Henry Wall 128 South Illinois Street. H. O. Rosa 307 Maana Chusett Avenue. Jos. Pollock 162 Indiana Avenue. F. Lehman 139 e. Washington Street second floor. J. T. Woodward a North Illinois Street. W. O. Sherwood 262 w. Washington St w. A Denny 275 e. Washington Street. R. E France 56 Indiana ave. L. Deschler 769 n. Tenn. Street. S. F. Baldwin 23 Circle Street. E. Louge room 16 Circle Hall. W. J. Schutzer 15 8helby Street. R. A Tarkington 22 Cherry Street 3 to. Dickinson a agent a a. Ira a. Eli w. F. Rupp it co. Merchant tailors 23 Root Washington Street Indianapolis. Ind. J. P. Mauer a sont Kalem i groceries produce flour Aud feed wines liquors and cigars Corner Blake and Elisabeth Street. Vij Vav tub Iheke a new grocery store Fine coffees teas and sugars it the lowest Cash prices. A Complete line of tire Erie Staci prov Ision a it 59 Howard Street. Fred Ralz dealer in All kinds of fresh and Salt meats North West and ind. Ave. Meat Markst 300 North weat a a it. Of a orders received by Telephone. To. L. Blu d e Antist room 1, Miller Block Corner m Turket and Illinois streets. Indianapolis Indiana Wood Good Wood. The Best Quality of Wood in the Market. Wholesale or retail delivery to any part of the City on Short notice by c. A. Webb Comer of South and Tennessee its. Fyk prompt attention Given to Telephone orders to maxwells Coal office. Sixth season a a a a excursions from Detroit to the see via grand Trank r. R. And St. Tvr turn River steam Rio through thousand Island a and famous rapids to Kok Ejllal writ mountains and a Nta shorn a i Portland my. A of Bouton then Back to Detroit Vul Qatar n lagar Fua had Buffalo will leave Detroit july 0, to 4k St. Ion a 20 of Tor Tbs round trip of Ovar look mlle. W special Tratras on the o. T. R. In and Sperai a Tea Aier on the at. Lawrence hirer. Macb tour personally conducted by w. H. the a Milit Erera Haara. Wail Luckew Good to ber r 3d. To sends cedi for circular. A we a Superb new illustrated guide Book with description end information Over to mane engraved eap Dally Tor tale edition and a perfect copy of an Oil pen tick in 10 colors of Glen elite pm do a ear Glen House Forth Tret Paga of cover will be event to any add Caa for Ocenta Addrena Nee or. It. S. Jordan Throat and lung physician office 11 % West Washington Street. Between Illinois and Meridian Indrea Aptner ind., cures nasal Catarrh deafness sore Throat bronchitis a Thea. Heart disease and consumption. Or. Jordan discovered the Lamg renovator the great lung remedy. For Aale by All druggist. See i Many remarkable testimonials right in our midst. Try or. Jordan s lung renovator. It stand unequalled. Wholesale in Indiana poll by All druggists m. Lnla mo., Richardson co. Chicago 111. Fuller to Fuller. Fui 1 m

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