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Indianapolis Leader (Newspaper) - October 1, 1881, Indianapolis, Indiana F t. O. Let car Roiser 47 North Illinois Street wholesale and retail dealer in saw a a machines and sewing machine goods 4 drawer Box top drop second hand machines cheap. Oil and attachments for Ali agent for the a household a and the a new Remington Leaf of Singer pattern machine. 520.5a machines for rent. All kinds of machines repaired and warranted. Needles machines. Get your boots and All toot or boil sup lieu. Euch tut a late. Straps spouse. Satchels etc., where for each and every Book will be Given ill a handsome durable cloth cover at Eichrodt a drug store Sqq Indiana Avenue 1/ v Cor. Vermont. I it Sho we Are uttering unusual inducements in All varieties of boots and shoes for fall Wear. Many u foul Pree enu with the Mumm of the donors handsome fruit plate Brown pair of handsomely embroidered clippers or. J. Q Adams Towel mrs. H decor key lot of Silver spoons mrs. M. K Bibb what a Pitcher Rann lace handkerchief mrs. J. R Stout napkins mrs. M. J. Gavin hand Mirror mrs. Carrie Elbert bottle of Cologne mrs. H. A. Kogan rustic set miss Parker lace tie. Miss l. Walker and or. C Campbell towels mrs. Rowe pair of Hose. Miss Susie Brown Oil painting miss Ella Lewis. The Bride and bridegroom have the let wishes of the Leader. Lived All her life until the last year. The remains accompanied by the bereaved husband Mother and daughter were taken to Terre haute saturday for interment. The funeral conducted by the Samaritans occurred sunday and was attended by a Large number of friends. Board of aldermen. A subdued session last night. You will Fimi in our Stock til of the latest did most desirable Stolcs. Notice i bring or vend your list for fcb ool books to stud Long All a Oudeh and you May rest matured that a cover will be on or with the Book. Sold at list or Down town prices. Bam Ambar the place. Sign of the mortar st22et lamp. Illuminated at 4�?Tity hen. To . If you rail to receive your paper notify Thia of tee it once. To . It you see a Blue Mark on know that your time is u paper your paper and that your is you pay used for subscribers in the City of Indianapolis they will be regularly visited by a collector. It is for All outside of the City. To Aue hts. An ill be discontinued unless up. Toe Blue Mark will not be 1. Agent is required to Settle not later than thursday of each week for the papers of the proceeding week no papers Are to be sent to any agent who fails thus to Sethe. 3. No papers Are to be Solu on credit unless the agent chooses to pay for them and run the risk of collecting. 3. Each agent is to order Only the number of papers that can be sold. The Lead Kkt is on Sale at the following places. Belles Cigar store no. 60 West Market. Joseph Smiths news depot no. 13 n. Illinois Street opposite Bates House. Louis Eichrodt a drug store �?Tj4. Indiana Avenue. Will Floyd Barber shop. No. 5 Indiana Avenue. Scott a Lucas Barber shop. No. 161 Indiana Avenue. A Hiis Eichrodt druggist 119 Indiana Avo nne. The Stewart place change proprietors today. Miss Susie Bradford is visiting in Cincinnati. Grand matinee at English a this afternoon. Fine Cigar at Fertig a. No. 152 ind Ana Avenue. Police officer Mcclure was in Cleveland last monday. De. Cooper is doing a Rushing business in the Book line. Elder Robert Tito called at the Lender office wednesday. Or. Alexander Moss of Peru a among our visitors this week. The my ass Brothers of Peru were in the City this week attending the fair. William Taylor coloured aged 15 years escaped from the House of Refuge wednesday. Capt. A. D. Harvey Rode i old War horse Over to the Richmond reunion tuesday. Or. King Robinsn. Who has been on the sick list for a Long time is recovering very fast. Or. George Bass of Bloomington and Harvey Bass of Brazil were in the City this week. Miss Belle Claggett of Edinburg attended the fair this week and Jerome was Happy. They say that when Murray got through he was Minu both shirt and pantaloons. G. R. Hopkins brakeman on the c. I. St. L. 4 cd a reports everything flourishing at Chicago. Hon. A. D. Straight addres de the Exun Lon Pri owners at Tho Richmond reunion thursday. Rev. Gaddy of i oui Ville was in the Eirv lat sunday and officiated at the second Baptist Church. W. Allison Seveney is now connected with the Bates House having Parlours but is still pursuing Hie Legal studies. Or. E. Nash who taught school near this City last year a just returned from Mariana ark., where be has been living since february. Or. John Sweeny is lying dangerously ill at his residence on Blake Street. At the time of going to Prea his symptoms have hanged a Little for the worse the coloured m. K. Church held a Camp meeting at the fair ground last week. There was a Large turn out and Sermon. Were preached by Kiva. Hinton. Johnson Fleming and others. The Young Man Compton who a stabbed in the Eye in military Park some time ago had his Arm so badly crushed by the can that amputation was necessary. Isfort suates never come singly. The friends of the different candidates for chief of police Are visiting the City dads now in the interest of their Especial favorite. The present chief William a item. It Barnardo a con nubian. Or. Allen l. Dudley and miss Sarah White were married on thursday evening at the residence of the Bride 82 Beeler st. They were the recipients of Many rare Beautiful and valuable presents among which were a handsome con and Brush picture Frame from or Moses Smith set of Gla of mrs. Win. Patterson diver butterfish or. And mrs i. L. Wilson Tea cup and Saucer miss Sophie m Ore get of Visos or. And mrs. N. Blackwell goblets. Miss Hattie Merritt jabber vases. Mrs. Fannie Jacobs Tea it up and Saucer i. Geo Childs Meerschaum Cigar Holder officer . Harris Glass Jelly stand or. Gnu mrs. W. Ellington Glass butter . Mis Annette Tusker Mou tache cup or. William Winn Glas Pitcher. Mrs. Banks lied spread mrs. M. Al Gavin Tea cup and Saucer and a pair easel or and mrs. Sam Taylor Goblet my Lulia Williams chinese Pitcher mrs. K. Jones baking powder or. And or. Munn antique Pitcher j. Ii. Thomas Napkin ring or. And mrs. K. W. Well antique Pitcher t. S. Smith Glass Tea set mis Maggie Greathouse Glas Pitcher and Goblet miss Hattie Greathouse Silver Butler dish l. W. Hood elegant Basket of Flower or. And mrs. Judah and on a a enter table and urn mrs c. And miss m. Howard bed spread or. And or. Ellis three Oil paintings misses Lucy Wilson Minnie Smith and Lizzie i Ewis. The Young couple will for the present reside at no. 3 Central Avenue. The Leader wishes them a Safe and a pleasant voyage Over life a Stormy sea. Shoe store. Corner of Washington and Illinois its. Captains Splann Nicholson and Campbell Are the prominent candidate. Fertig a Corner at new York Street and i Indiana Avenue is the place to buy drug.-. The Public schools were closed thursday and Friday Iri order that Tho leathers and pupils might attend Tho state fair. Charlotte Thompson will appear for the time Tai evening at English a opera House in a the planters or. Albert Farley s Little san received a a pretty severe Hurt we a one Day by falling from a High chair to the floor striking on Bis head. Jay rials Uncle Toms Cabin a with i trained bloodhounds and trick Donkey at English s for three nights beginning monday evening next. M Atine wednesday at 2 p. M. Soaps perfume Ries and toilet artics at Fertig a drug store 152 Indiana ave. Memorial services were held in All of the schools last monday. A Short biographical sketch of the Ute 1�?Tre-Ideih was prepared by the Board and sent to each team her to be read to the pupils. Appropriate and impressive ceremonies were gone through with in All the buildings. In memory Maui. By Gerritt Smith la it de no. 1,707 g. It. O. Of 0. F. Whereas. It has pleased almighty god to allow our beloved president the late Jaime a. Gart Leld to be stricken Down by the hand of a vile , in the fullness of his labor and usefulness to the nation therefore be it resolved 1. That in the death of president Garfield the whole nution suffer an almost irreparable loss a Loe that a it All mourn me a personal bereavement. 2. That we the members of Gerritt Smith i Odic tender our most sincere my Patby to the Strickon wife children and Mother. 3. That Tho eminent services to the nation by our late Pra rident make his memory Well worthy of Pru Urva Tion to the end Quot time. 4. That As True patriots to shall Ever Hope that the reins of government May always fall in the hands of statesmen As Well jolting from the Northwest and elder Jone. Of Norwood st. Church is doing Good work. Or. Alick Moss and or. Albert Moss of Peru Are in the City attending the fair. Or. James Wells is making a Nice out of the place he bought of William Floyd. Or. Henry Moss and or. John Thurman of Greensburg Are with us this week visiting the fair. Mrs. We. Hell it very much loved by the scholars of school no. 23. We hot a she May prove a a mews. Mrs Thomas a Smith of Washington d. C., is in Tho City suiting friends on second Street to attend the state fair. Among the houses draped in mourning for president Garfield was that of our Fri land. Conrad Burleigh which la joked very Nice. Mrs. James Smith of lat treet is a very entertaining lady and makes it pleasant for everybody who a alls. She make Good Wiro too. Or. James Walden a cd through our Orriiv Friday night in route for Hager town md., the Home of i wife it. He was from Oniabe Nob. To would like to knt it a who the Young lady is who in with the miste Fry. Won t you Tell us miss Hussie and give a a Chance to know How wet Sho sing mis Mai Garut Stepp a a Muic teacher is doing Well. All our parents ought to Send their children to her while they Are Young. There is nothing so it Wett As music. When there is a fire in the West end everybody thinks it is their it us. Last week during a fire at 3d Street Bill Floyd thought it was his House and went Over the Road at 2 40, Only to find himself mistaken. Mrs. Mollie Stevens who has been in our City for two or three months has gone to Chicago and from there to her Home in Denver col. We shall miss her As she made Many friends and waa loved by All who knew her. Or. Floyd and mrs. Smith will miss her. Little Stella Floyd the daughter of we. Large number of Oral nausea passed a Council papers concurred in and rejected. Watson the tailor. A full line of fall and Winter Watson a 33 East Market Street feet fitting suit give hint a Call. I at for per mum lesson. Mibs Margery e. Will open a music schoo 12th, at �41 n rth Mississippi st. Very reasonable. Stepp of Madison into. Choo monday september terms prescriptions carefully compounded of fresh drugs at Fertig a Corner now York Street and Indiana ave. Of prepared to discharge the duties As was our late president. 5. And be it further resolved that we the members of Gerritt Smith Lodge g. U. O a a of. F. Do sincerely mourn the loss Sua tailed in the death of our martyred president. A Korlik. W. Hlli.yart�. N. G. S. T. H or run. A dark a it no co., Trade Palace Are now offering Many real bargains in new dry goods which All ladies should let. To done to know any by it use where better value is Given than at the Trade Palace. A. Dickson a so co. Notice. The following Are the duly a Lecter a and recorded trustees of the corinthian kaput Church Lewis c. A. Webb Fielding Houston radius Johnson k. W. Well William Summers Thomas Nelson. 1. S. If. At kor port. Or. Charles Webb returned Home on the 23d from Rock port where he attended the i. S. H. Celebration on the 221. wore delivered by or. Webb Kov. J. Grimes Rev. W. Vebber and f. F. Craw Ford. The Celebration was held at the fair ground and everything passed off nicely. Personal. Miss Clara Brown has returned Home after a years absence. Or. Edward Francis has returned from Wisconsin where he spent the summer. Mis Liotla Moss and miss Maude Chric to went to Cincinnati last saturday night. Or. J. Ii. Purnell passed through Cine in Imti a few Days ago in route for new York or. W. W. Epps a former teacher Inous Public schools was in the City this week on business. Or. , of Franklin a in the City last week. During the last six weeks or. Metzger has lost his wife and a son and daughter by death. Another son and daughter Are still very ill with typhoid fever. I it a. D. P. Senton of Washington d. A genial and Jovial As of old was in the City this week and called at the Leader 015� e Vul Lnu Day. Or. S. Is now presiding elder of the Washington District. He Loo and is enjoying excellent health. E Floyd 16 to take painting lessons. We Hope she will prove a Success As she is a Bright Little lass of eleven year. We would like to have More such. While they re is the time to commence and they say when a tak one begins never leave it till you win be the labor great or Small do it Well or not at All. Yax Kkt. Young should wonder is gone. Corinthian Church p a tiv a the first festival Given by corinthian Church the new Baptist congregation occurred thursday evening at their Church Corner of North and Spring streets. There was a Large crowd present and All end Yed themselves. The net profits were $53.25. Thu festival closed at an Early hour arid All went Home feeling Happy. It Arrow Gnu thu. Or. George Hilliard a Porter a in thip. A c. Road came near meeting with an untimely end last monday at the Union depot. In attempting to jump from the platform of the sleeping coach his foot be a Arne entangled in the Bell Cord and to was thrown under the coach and dragged a considerable distance. His preen let of mind was All that ave him. On. And 1he Norert at the ninth a re by Theriau Church. The my ical entertainment Given at the ninth Presbyla a Rian Church wednesday evening was a Success in every particular save the attendance which was not As Large a the Quality of the entertain went deserved. Thu selection without exception wore rendered in the Best of style showing the voices to be highly cultivated and under perfect control. Those who took part in the entertainment were or. . Lynn mrs. 8. L Morison Misa Anna Mckenzie rears Glover and Morrison with or. W. B. A Slone As pianist. Twu sunk Willi but a single thought m re. Mary Jano Thompson and or. Ilia Shadd were United in Matrimony monday evening at the residence of the Bride s Mother on North Illinois a Truet. Quite a number of friends and relatives of Tho family witnessed the ceremony which was performed by elder t re Van. After congratulating the newly a Daed pair and partaking of an elegant lunch the friends dispersed leaving the Happy pair to their own thoughts. Following is a partial list of the South Side. Miss i. W. Wishes to be 11 p. 1. G. What a he Means. Our a a Heliotrope says her heart but he Hasni to gone. Or. A. K. Was at Church sunday night. Success to you Abe. Or. L. D. We Hope you Are not a if not improve your actions. Miss b. F. And r. U. Are the two met a st Loving couple on the Southside. Miss Ella Tucker of the Southside left for Louisville thursday morning. The leading attraction of the concert wednesday night was the Litchi Ella minor. To would like to know Why or. R. L. Was so lonely a to Lnu it Day night. Wasny to she there miss m. J. And or. Weathers of the the Southside will Scon step aboard the matrimonial ship. Miss i. W. Wants to be on the watch for a Northside Mash. Wonder what is the matter with Walter. Miss a. H. Says she can make a charming school teacher. But we think you had better keep on in school. Mrs. Carter of Shelbyville ind., was in the City wednesday and thursday the guest of mrs. Eliza Howard of 68 Huron Street. A certain Young gent was awfully gone on one of the Erogers wednesday night. Price hereafter take one of your own size miss h. R. Is patiently wailing for the party one of the Young gentlemen promised her. I am afraid she will get tired waiting. Mrs. Hattie Toney of the Southside left Friday evening for Cambridge ind., she will be the guest of mrs. Emma Parka. We wish or a pleasant time. The Young ladies of the Southside think that or. A. F. And e. B. Have forsaken them for some Northside daisies. Have pity on them boys and cd it me Back. Or. P. F thought he Wai making a mighty dash among the Young ladies of the Southside but we have found you out he he was trapped in Bis Little game by a fore he contemplated it. Look out n. Be the next. Of k to cog folks la Jav 11 Star is Happy a a Law ii a he a we Lovon like my bar a h h g. A Well i Lionly i relax my features is the latest the Rig Fatir a lid not pan out very Well. What was the matter e. Re. ? . Is a a Deal a gone on a Young lady residing in the Hou Naide. Success toys a us Mit tee. To Jim 8. And John a be sure you keep East of the Mun dry line. We Are on the Lookout for you. Or. We. Lewis presume no of the . Returned from Louisville wednesday. Or c. W. P. A Lestr a a it to he distinctly in a ler stood that he is under no obligations whatever to h. G. For financial Aid. Hattie b. Capili Usi the hearts of All the Young gallants last l Dewlay evening at the seconal Baptist Church festival. Or r. W Thompson returned Fri pm a Springfield last Friday very Well please with the result of his visit. The Temler their thanks to mrs. Nellie Allen for the Many Gimli assess received. Miss a Hie Killio Nof Springfield 111., will he one of the Hriz Lesnia ids at the marring of or. Ii. Smith Ami miss b. Gordon a of that Eirv. Prof. Smart has return a from Cleveland. He a nearer for one consecutive Day. In the role 01 the a Knight of the Brush a with a pm Side Rahle Success. Some cities Are noted for one thing some for another but it is certain that Springfield is in Tell of a or its pretty girls. Be or run Chr que Una. The i Lipi t a a three enjoyed themselves j Mely thurs Lay night. Ask c. P. Alquit up j. B. And Don t be afraid its All right. What do you say a the first grand reception a of the knights Well of the a Olden Cross was Given at the residence a if miss Kitty Mann a a it. 115 Columbia st. A Large number of invited guests were present and every thing passed ltd it pleas Antly. Very Manv amusing and interesting games were played after which a repast was served Wheeli embraced Many of the a delicacies of the season. It was not until the a wee Smay he mrs Tiegan to arrive that the Gay assemblage bade their hostess Bonfour and lie to kit a themselves to their Hoisea. Among the it be present were misses Mann Keller Fleming. Pierce Hart Gibbs Watkins iu�1-Deo, iras it in Webb Howard Carmichel messes Lamb Patterson Gibbs Fisher Allen Jones Brown Shelton Carroll Blythe Scott Lewi and Many ethers Tom to a mention. Star. The Alder leu met in regular session last evening. Or. Wood was absent. The Board refused to receive a pay or from the common Council notifying the aldermen that Council a leered to its former action in regard to the necessity of making certain Street re a airs which had let Een no concurred in by the Board. The Stoard also adhere a to its former action non concurring with Council in the matter of building a lire Cistern at East Street and Lincoln la Ane and it was referred to the committee on water. The hair appointed a committee to Confer with a committee from Council and the trades Assembly in regard to insecure buildings. A report from the City attorney was submitted. Stating that the City Hall the Power to compel the Street Railroad company to Boulder the s a Ace Between their tracks at the Crossings of streets and a motion offered by or. Seibert that the Street railway company be ordered a to Bouhler their tracks at the Crossings on Virginia Avenue a a adopted. The committee on fun Licary reported in fun roof concurring in the action of Council in vacating the first we to to of pen Stre Tami the report was adopted. The action of Council let Ting the City printing to the la a Wust big mer waa concurred 111. Or. Hamilton oilers a i in it foil a Wing. Which was at opted that the City clerk it waking us the appropriation Oral dance each men the. Shall leave out All claims for work or material done or furnished without the approval of thi Board and report such claims separately. Or. Musamano made the billowing motion that the committees on markets and Public property be directed to have the tent in military i Ark removed at once and the benches put in their proper places. The motion was adopted. Or. Seibert offered the following that the City civil Engineer make a profile Ami Survey of Maryland Street Between Alabama and new Jersey streets. Add opted. By or. Tucker that the Street commis Aloner and City Engineer be directed to repair the curb lug and sidewalks on Meridian Street Between Louisiana and Washington streets by tilling the crevices with in Cut a a a Crete. Or by putting >11 new curbing ltd a otherwise. Atop Tell. Or. Lla Milon in Jed that the contractors improving South Meridian Street lie Noti Rietl to push their work. And a to obstruct but one half of said Street at a time. Adopted. Ordinances were passed to Grade and gravel the Alley Between pleasant Street Ana Islington from Linden to Spruce Street. To Grade and a gravel first Alley East of Benton Street from me a to Georgia Street. To Grade Boulder and curb the gutters of South Street from Pennsylvania to Delaware Street. To Boulder and curb South Street from Merhi Ian to Illinois Street. To erect two lamp put Juls 011 Merrill Street Between Delaware and Pennsylvania Street. To Grade pave and curb North sidewalk of Maryland Street front West to Helen Street. To pave South sidewalk of first Street from Illinois Street to canal. To Grade and gravel first Alley North of Mccarty Street from first Alley East of Ala Buma Street to first Alley West of new Jersey Street. To Boulder first Alley East of Merhi Ian Street to pogues run. Adjourned. Notice i we have just received a Large lot of boots and shoes for the fall Wear that we will sell cheaper than any other House in the City. Come and see tis. Central shoe store North Illinois Street st. Charles Block. F. P. Smith amp co., wholesale lamps glassware Queens Ware chandeliers Library lamp. In an Erna. Bracken. Oil Mouw. Lii Bru Aling Oil. Fluid. Load Liglin. Signal and i Arlin Oik uni Imti Kirin end and amp 1 . >0. 35 Ortli Illinois Siree Indianapolis ind. Taggart s crackers Are not the cheapest but a re the Best bakeries no. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. I cheap bread. Cheaper than flour. Ii you a Lesire the beet and cheapest bread a a your grocer for j3ryce�?Ts Large sized five cent loaves. Bryce so a Vienna bread a and braces Boston bread Are equally cheap. Bryce bread and Bryce butter crackers Are unexcelled As to Quality. 8. You will there a a pleasant entertainment Given at the Olive Baptist Church wednesday evening by the Kentucky Jubilee singers by Byky ller Gaddy of the Green Street Church and Misa Luvenia Gray. On the following night they gave an exp Wollent concert at elder Raynore a Church. At both places they had crowded audiences. Duck. Obituary Sira. Susan handers. The alive named lady wife of or Varloe Bandera superintendent of Bethel Sabbath school. Mid daughter of mrs Eliza Lieth Johnson of Terre haute died quite suddenly on the 23d, of asthma decease in we a veil known and highly esteemed in Terre 1____ haute where she was Horn .35 years a go and one. Death of a Well known Typo. Frank j. Schuyler Welt known it the older Gnu Lessof this Eity died in new Orleans on last Friday the 2sd inst., about pc to five years old. He was a native of Ohio and Learned his Trade in Columbus. From Early manhood until he left for new orly a is in i8c7. He was a resident of this City. About three years previous he married a sister of or. John Cook of this Eity. Who survives him. For Many years he was an employee of this establishment and tor some time he was Foreman of the Sentinel. He was also a compositor on the journal. In new Orleans he was on the times and Picayune. Or. Schuyler a a very rapid compositor rarely equated in that regard and unusual / Correct. Few errors were found in his proof he escaped the terrible yellow fever Scourge in new Orleans maintaining his Post during that epidemic a few weeks ago he was attacked with malarial fever and while apparently convalescing it was by Imge Tsiou of the brain from which be died after great suffering. Or. Schuyler discharged faithfully and intelligently every Trust it a a him ii a to him and his genial qualities and Manly traits of character made him a great favorite not Only with the or amp it but with All who knew him. The news of his death will be received a with a Euuene sorrow by his hosts of fiends for he had no enemies. And the memory of Bis Many Virtues will Long be cherished. Toc Airport. A. B. Butler was it the City lust week messes. Minor and Smith. A Vega Niv to Richmond. R. Rown of the Vam Lalia 1 see by the Leader is at his old tricks. He once got in Ash de on a crazy woman Here. Look out for a High toned wedding next week. The coloured citizens of i it guns Ort held memorial services monday evening at the a. M. K. A Hureh s. M. Knives presiding. Eulogi Stic remarks were made by Kev. A to. In be j. Baskett i i Rise k. Steward Jagt. Carter c. F. Franklin and s. M. Kaine. Appropriate Resol 11 tons were adopted. A Twenty thousand Dollar suit. Margaret a. Nicholson the divorced wife of David Nicholson has commenced a snit against the latter for $20.000. In her complaint she alleges that by patient toiling she assisted her husband in the accumulation of a Fortune of $100,000. And that recently against her wishes and knowledge he filed a suit for a divorce which was subsequently granted. Previous to the granting of the divorce die claims that he offend her $10,000 Alimony which he now refuses to Gay. In consideration of her faithful discharge of duties and work during the time that they were 111 re Lucid circumstances and for other reasons mentioned in the complaint she asks for damages in the sunt named above. S. M. R a burglar caught. About 11o�?Tcloch�monday night Las j. B. Dill who has a drug store at the Corner of my Mhz he scots Avenue and new York Street waa Pas sing his store on his Way Home be not iced the Side door open and went inside the store to see what was the matter when two men rushed by him on to the Street. One al the men Rau Down Delaware Street and the other skipped Inus the cellar under the store. Or. Dill called for help when Captain Webster of the fire Headquarters ran across the Street and went into the Cellai and caught the thief who had hid in a barrel. Officers Bri i ton and Craven were soon on hand and took the Man to the Central police station where he gave his name As Charles Smith. He is about a teen years of age and a Julie a Good looking Low. The burglars had undoubtedly jus t entered the store when detected As nothing was missed some $28 in drawer untouched. A i currency being in the Esh blood in his Bye. At an Early hour tuesday morning a Man named Borns who is a Cigar maker by Trade Juni ted from the second Story of the Braden Block but was not seriously injured by the leap. He was attired Only in his night clothes. With an ugly knife in Bis hand he afterwards entered june a restaurant and exclaiming a it was you who murdered my the employees became alarmed and tied. At an adjoining Saloon he created like consternation relating the same word. Finally the officers Weru summoned and lie was a ducted to his Home. It was quite evident that he was either insane or suffering front too Liberal indulgence of his alcoholic appetite. The latter conclusion is doubtless Tbs Correct caught on the Fly. On sunday evening an old gentleman residing across the River a robbed of and a Silver watch alleging that dare Freemount did the act yesterday evening Fremount appeared at the Central police station somewhat under the inti Renee of liquor and engaged in Convent lion with the thief and several of the men. As the police hinted at running him in for being drunk he skipped out for a my a re congenial spot shortly after his departure the chief and officer Satin by were Noti led of the Rob let Ery across the River and a the description of the Man answered to that of the Man who had just left the station the boys soon hunted him up and bad him under lock and key. After Freemount s arrest officer Saulcy found that he was wanted in fort Wayne for drugging an old so Leman and robbing him of its in currency e will be take to fort Wayne. The Heathen Chinee in court. In Esquire Woodard a court tuesday a civil Case which Drew a number of sgt Ecta tors was in Progress. The interested parties were a Ding and Chau gee two celestial who Are is sundry men by occupation. The latter had sued the former for wages claimed to be one him for one months services. The witness a were All chinamen and the testimony As they gave it was very interesting. The lawyers on either site engaged in quite an amount of wrangling. A rumoured 8trlke. A strike of the tailors of the City is imminent. During the present week they have been holding nightly meetings and have at last agreed to demand an increase in Price for coat making. They will ask for fifty cents More on each coat and unless their demand is granted they will strike on monday provided their minds Are not changed before that time. One of the tailors said last night that no Compromise could be effects d and a strike could Only be avoided by the desired increase in wages. Between the bumpers. William Crompton the Young Man Amaul ted to University Park by a Ruffian some time a go and suffered his right Eye Cut our was the victim a of another terrible Accident at Spensor. Ind. Monday. He was coupling cars on the 1. And v. Road at Spencer when his left Arm was caught Between the bumpers and almost mashed to a Jelly. A musical gathering. A a i dream i i dwelt in Marble and that these Halls were thronged with characters whose names Are familiar in song. The was Givon by the a old Folk at Home a who bad invited a goodly number of the Friend of a Sauld Lang syne a As Well As distinguished strangers from abroad. A Rory of More was easily Dir Tsugu imbed by his Jolly Good natured Faor and his manner of a a lazing the girls. He was shortly joined by a fair haired Rudd cheeked youth who in reply to the master of a Ere Moniek Replis i proudly a would Ireland is me country and me same is Pat Pat and Rory then proceeded to the a irishman s shanty a and succeeded in finding some a whisky in the i knew a old Uncle it do a soon As i saw him scratch his Bald head with his Cane break fingers and As he smiled his toothless Gums wholly inadequate for the Hoe cake confirmed my previous impression. The Spruce Darkey who followed him. Ogling a Lucy Long through an Eye Glass could be no other Bun a Dandy Jim of the Boull 8�>ger boy Quot came strutting along Brand Shing a a the sword of Bunker Hill in a audacious manner and the a minstrel returned from the War followed after sweeping the melancholy Tringa a the Harp that 01 be thru a ugh Tara a Halle a a a the a soul of music under a shed or to that effect. A old dog tray Barking Pierce la at the door proclaimed that a a somebody a coming and in marched a Yankee Doodle wrapped in Tho a Star spangled banners a and leading by the hand a rare and Radiant Maiden known As a Columbia the Gem of the a Noble looking. Well preserved old gentlemen by the name of Columbia who on account of his Hale and Hearty appearance was called a Hail Columbia a a followed or. Doodle and kept a Bright Eye upon the Voung woman who was Dot it Subtle a relation of Ais. On her father and Mother s Side. A pacious walk Back of the mansion paved with a shells of Ocean led to a a the a a a the sea the open sea. The Broad. The Blue thee or free a and on the Leach stood a a dark girl in blues wringing her hands in a frantic manner because a a Jamie son the Stormy As she at ter Ward got into the a gum tree canoes and signified her intention to Cross a Over the water to Charlie a i concluded she could ii the much of a gentleman. My attention was Here directed to a Young Man who was on his Knees before a piratical looking Chap who was about to pitch him into the sea. The Young Man pleaded a Bury me n it in the deep deep sea a to which the piratical Chap chanted Hoard try a my name it Captain Kidd 06 i sailed As i sailed a and pitched him in. Captain Kidd acquired some notoriety for taking a life on the Ocean a poor Swiss Jirl was crying a take me Back to Switzer and a and a a Gator Green standing by remarked to Bis Friend a Robin Ruff that he would take her Back a if i had but a thousand a that he Hadnot a thousand a year must have Beon a a a a Jarino of the Gaffer As 1 retraced my step to the mansion faring that they would a mias me at Home Quot i was met by a female who began Quot i d offer Liee this hand of mind a but i declined saying �?o1 m o or Young to marry yet a and slipped away quite unmindful of her improper request to a meet me by Moonlight arrived at a the Halls the Hall of lights a i it und a old Dan Tucker too late As usual for his evening meal relating Bis escape from parties who. As he said were trying to a carry me Back to old he gave them the slip at the a Camptown where he a harness a a up the mules to the a flow backed car Quot and Amdo i escape from a Way Down South in Dan wore the a a last Rose of Hummer in his Button Hole and created quite a sensation As he went a marching one despondent looking Man was asked to join in the dance but be said to he was a hard up a he was afterwards found cutting it Gay in an Irish Jig at a a Finnegan a Wake Quot and singing a ooh ainu to 1 Hun Zidori a a during a Lull in the Damn a Eben bolts ainu aed the company with the a a Sailor a the company broke up in the a wee Smay and sought a Home. Sweet he a me a while a num Bur of Jolly Fellows a a coming through the Kvet a put up in quart bottles were singing Quot we wont go he me till every on present pronounced the party a the finest of the j. B. Dill druggist 104� l Yew York it. H. W. White merchant tailor 37 went Market st. 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