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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - December 27, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. India Ista a Olis in sri a is Over but the s a be goes on at the w in order to close the year s business with a reduced Stock we Wil?.make on 0\ or Coats and heavy suiting. A. A a Good line of silk Aud Linen handkerchiefs suspenders hosiery and All classes of gents furnishing goods to be closed out at wholesale prices at j the we o went co., 84, 36, 38 and 40 Lui Orts pm it str Xit. Afler my immense Holiday Trade i Iii icon prepared to defy Compisi Tiou on Cir Tina. A qty Fra me store at Leo. 22 West wa9hiug to Gnu a Street. Orris Ltd a Raiss invite inspection of their Holiday it Jio ods Liming decorated a Are. Chamber and toilet sets Iii Izier a . Sets vases Mantle and table ornaments engraved Cut. And Liln glassware and other goods in Rich profusion suitable for Holiday gifts and at the old Liow prices at 37 South Meillo a i it sleet. Bambe offers the largest Assoc tii Jib it of fur Caps gloves and Robes at prices Kielt will commend them Hes Ottie Public. 16 East Washilo Rathor Beyersdorfer. Wurf 6clp6m 67 North Illinois Street Ajob Beer was loaded. He had snapped it once or twice but somehow or other it would t go off. It was a Rifle. He placed Bis foot on the Hammer in the usual Way and then gently put his Mouth Over the muzzle and blew into it. His foot slipped. It was loaded and Jacob Dunlap of synthian Ohio doubtless spent his Christmas in one of the other places. Second ass p. M. Gen. To Howay a. M. Martin Dale Rev. Dan Rice sheriff Tom Goodwin treat. Lee Mothershead recorder Cal Darnell Are some of the latest prospective prefixes panted san. Cal Darnell already rejoices in his prefix and there is no ten to one but that he will continue to rejoice therein. Cal goes along quietly minding his own business engaging in no rings or coalitions. The furniture for the new Denison House continues to arrive. It is coming in . There is no Good reason Why it should not have been made in this City. At least none that we know of. There would have been no necessity then for it to have been delivered in to go up. On the is of january 1880, the different Brewers in the City will raise the Price of Beer from eight to nine dollars per barrel. Their reasons for so doing is owing to the Rise of Barley and hops and to keep up with other cities such As Chicago Milwaukee and Cincinnati the Salon lists will have to stand it and it will be beneficial to them As they can use smaller glasses and the Public will not squeal or drink less. Fiovo Hendricks has stated in a Public speech that the Republican party of Indiana was engaged in importing negroes for political purposes. We demand that be be summoned to testify before the Senate investigating committee and Given an Opportunity to verify his . Which no doubt he will be Able to do when Ven the Opportunity. D. Spencer the embezzling president of the defunct state savings Bank of Chicago who has been travelling for his Quot health abroad for some time past is anxious v to return Home. He looks upon himself As an abused India Iduix and would t have disappeared at All had it not been that he was Orer persuaded by his lawyer. Sarthe new York postal card says that at certain drug stores of that City ladles can 1 0 accommodated with All kinds of liquors and they Are by no Means slow to Avail be selves of the furs the Hattba a and fur is now located at97 East Washington Street nearly opposite court Kotae the oldest and leading establishment in the City of Indianapolis for the manufacture and repairing of furs. A a Quot enlarging and remodelling Seal Jacques a specially. Don t mistake the place. Send for Prico list. Sepl7 try subscribe. For the sunday morning Oak. A mysterious. Of tuesday night two men called at 456 South Mississippi Street and asked for or. Nicholas Carter a Boarder taking him away with them representing themselves to be officers having a warrant for his arrest. It turns out that these men were not officers and nothing can be heard of or from Carter who bore a Good reputation and was a Liard working the kind wanted. Artist Deriv is lives on North East Street. He and been rather lonely for sometime. tier night the door Bell rang and mrs. Went to the door and discovered a Paaske on the up. V she at one thought there Wax babe in it and running Back to Herb us and told him to go and get the Basket and they would take the Little Darling in that they would. Or. Dennis nothing loth tar Bave a baby carried the Basket into the a Bisfie and Laoj time was lost in looking aftethf/ontent8. A Large life sized doll to View. Suffice it to say it was not be kind they wanted. Seek ext Call of to it Morrow. A the Borui a a steamship that sailed from live Biol a new Orleans with 235 passengers foist bred Iii a storm and probably All but a big ado nor two were lost in this Elia Recti the Cibik go news Bay if the i sons to to embark upon the 111-jlohge4to 3ttibat wer clans the Ivul sed Witoff or Row and a Uncle for a in Tigai Ion into the of life. Inquiry Woutat Ber and sea a citing qualities of that ire Irre cued pen kit easily and bin for ?4yer 200 souls i f a a a the disaster is a who were so Enid fated vessel Hafl n country would be Versal demand be reason of thi Imade into the Trei Quot Quot ship whose sea Mic. Which was a cheap a or. K if def a medical Man who a Moui Shini his City is now to Eljie afflicted. 1�� Loti old Only heal the nation immense Stock is Jophe old Low prices of 1 Novelty 46 East Quot we by kitties. 23eoembeb 1879. No. 10 a co Respondence for this column solicited. Send in Early in the week As possible. Address society in of the people the Saipher Quot the Circle hopi Chew Iakon s Best Stit Navy Tobald amp i diphtheria is said to be quite prevalent in the City. Oyster soup at Phil Reichwein s to bight at 9 30 . Quot. Quot will Linn is visit relatives in Evans Vule. Miss Mamie Harrison has returned from St. Louis f miss Carrie Spratt is visiting friends in Dayton smoke the capital City dear for Sale by idl first class dealers. Oyster lunch to night it at John Bernharts no. 102 South,ill4nois,. Cast off clothing of both sexes Boug it and sold at los South la la Nois Street. Mis. Grrr Timan s a ii Squers de suits for rent at the old Headquarters 108 South Illinois Street. A r v p he a by a a Emery Bas. Instil Istad suit for �5,0pd do my Gas against Chas. A up. Mcllvain for Oyster a si0i a. In every style it Aifiti culty s Sain ple and Cly a rooms no. 139 Viiginia. Avenue at Ali hours. The new hot a is to be called the new men Fison a he of sir exc Haiges a keys to satisfy both Propri a. John Ranchi manufacturer of the capital City two Brothers Marion and j. R. Cigars. No. 15 Circle Street. V Quot a h. Allenco., opposite the Post office have just a re pc i de a new Stock of hand brushes Combs and toilet articles. Hasse Pfeifer very saturday night at a. a no 18 South Delaware Street and Fine lunch a very Day 9 30 a. In deep sea a soup stuffed a Ith Turkey at Christ steins Germania Garden Corner of Market and Noble streets to i Light. The represent lives of the Fishback family in this City want to Ohio this we a to at tend a reunion out Fishbu cos generally. Or. Kannmacher Lias retired from the firm of Kannmacher , state House a in tractors. The firm now is Deni Howard. Quot Billy Quot found at the neat Little a a a Dalian rest Grant opposite the depot is whole souled Clever and a wag and Omuril runs Reader. A the office at Schmidt s brewery has under gone extensive repairs and at present is one of the. Finest in the Ivity. The design was by John Schmidt. All Nie Rainey a i entered suit for $5,000 damages against David Fatout whom she charges with assault with intent to perpetrate a rape upon her person. Scottish rite gave a banquet and dance last night at their Hall Corner Market and Delaware streets. Prof fresh s famous band furnished the music for the occasion. S. D. Crane jewel Fri at 16i Virginia ave nue returns thanks for the very Liberal patronage received from his Many patrons Aud invites you to see his new year s presents. A a. A the citizens of the Northeast Are All of one twin that or. Kilhorn s pharmacy Corner of Ash Street and Christian Avenue is the Best . Medicines and filling prescriptions. Lunch every morning and evening and Best lunch in the City every saturday night at Buehrig a Corner sooth and Pennsylvania streets. Headquarters Indianapolis Bowling club no. 1. Pinkstone s washing Crystal saves half the labor of washing As is proven every Day by numerous persons now using it. For Sale at a Ard Bro s drug store 190 fort Wayne Avenue. Residence 850 North new Jersey Street on last wednesday was placed under tribute to thieves to the tune of ?56 in Gravid Cash and a Silver watch and Gold Chain the property of f. Par san and f. Ross. Residents of the North East can find the met comp Ltd the Stock of Christmas a Nodi it nuts etc., at Timberlake a come a seventh and College Avenue. Fancy Box Pap etries Choice cigars pipes etc. To e journal intimates that one of the incurably insane Quot is writing editorials for tie Sentinel. We Are not at All surprised it the journal s disliking the Sentinel s editorials. They have been exceedingly vigorous Herf it of late. It is said that the guests of the Occidental hotel foundered on the luxurious Fillen set up by proprietor Egnew on Christmas Day. Said a Cincinnati drummer they Sot and Sot and stuffed and stuffed until they had to be lifted out of their chairs. The Council and water works company Are going to Compromise. The water works company is to Cut off forty fire plugs and the City pay for the balance of the eighty plugs about Winch the contest has be in made payment to Date from september 1st, the Board of health Are responsible for the undertakers getting fined of late for burning bodies without permits. They promised the undertakers they Wouldhave Aman stationed in their office on sunday but they Hie failed to do so. Now Why Don t Thev get fined v the reason Why so Many ladies visit mrs Fowler s hair dressing Parlours and Sale rooms at 39 k East Washington Street is easily answered. She has the finest and most extensive Stock of Choice hair in the City and makes every one feel so cheerful and at Home when in her House Fred von Seggern really one of the very Best Cincinnati Ever had and one oldest too though fied is not an ancient by any Means with his wife and sister in Law. Miss Maggie Briten Are in the City guests of the Circle Park hotel detective John Mckinney is always Quot made up Quot when Fred is around. Georgia Buck formerly of this i to died at the residence of her grand Mother a a i a Sarah Keeler at Kokomo on last saturday. Be was the daughter of or. Buck of this City and 35 years of age. The Gazette Speaks of the deceased in the most exalted terms As having been Beautiful Are ii ble and accomplished. Oriental Lodge no. 500, free and accepted masons has elected the following Ofle cers Daniel w. House w. M. Janies t. Layman s. W. James a. Dryer j. W. William v. Hawk treasurer John m. Bramwell Secretary prank w. Patton s. D. Worth Wright j. D. Ebenezer r. Leach and evil Liam a Lester stewards and John hard Wick Tyler. A Gerhy is a new billiard parlor in the journal building has become the favorite resort of billiard and Pool players the tables Are pronounced the finest and by it appointed in the City. Al Hawkins the Well known Pool expert is in charge and thoroughly understands the business. No liquors Are sold of allowed on the premises All Pool checks being redeemed Cigar the exercises at the South Sti Haet Baptist Charchon Christmas etc was tii Jirry enjoy Abr Panturi the Little folks great credit for their endeavours. The edition of homeless by miss Minhie aka lab Solo of aratidfathx�8i/ look by miss Lottie. Akasu and 4 year and the repentance for the denial of Santa Ziaus by a Fri Qiea Shenit de serve Type trial ii mention of Fine to Lentin Ohil itly a following Are the new a Fol a officers of Keystone chapter no. 6, ensuing year a. High priest Frank p. Woollen Kinig Chr Totmin a Brink. Scribe a hairs . In. %. It m Captala of to lib Host Rwm. H. M i we. A Andt son. A p. Briix re a Rte a Ltd lil society a a otes. A Klo miss Ada Fressle returned last week from Evans a Ville. Or. Charlie Pardridge will spend new year s in Chicago. Imp. Perry Hollowaty is enjoying the holidays in a night town. Miss Jennie Quot we Olson a is returned to her Home in Fca Farette. Miss Shari e is visiting her sister mrs Hanna at Lafayette. Miss sue Martindale will entertain the German club new year s eve. Major and mrs. Richards Are spending their Christmas in Lafayette. A Christmas party was Given by col. Johnson of Street railway Fame. Miss Mamie Conner has returned from visiting miss a Alry Evans of Noblesville. Miss Hannah Huffer has been electe4 organist of Fletcher place Church. The Queen City club of Cincinnati is said to be composed of millionaires. Miss Harrison of Terre haute is visiting the missed Patterson on Prospect Street. Or and mrs. Gil Shanklin Are visiting the family of f. Avert at Louisville. Or. And mrs. Charles m. Martindale Are Home from Washington to spend the holidays. Or. And mrs. Myron Dickson Are in Martinsville tie guests of or. S. M. and mrs. De May left the City on Christmas Quot torning for a Winter in Florida. A Liss Madge Donnagan of Louisville is visiting miss Nettie Clouston on North Meridian Street. Or. A a. V. Burnette will Stait shortly after Christ it for an extended tour through the West. The Home club will be entertained next Friday night by mrs. We. Brown on North Illinois Street. Indianapolis gentlemen seem to be at quite a Preif Lium with our Marriageable Young a a rain ton Eye Quot pet Quot the Lovely Little daughter of or. Gray of a fables Villa is spending the holidays with relatives ill this City. Miss Ilia Woods the accomplished daughter of Rev. J. W. Woods of Mattoon. Illinois will spend the Christmas holidays with friends in the City. Siluch regret is expressed by her South Side friends St the removal of one of their most popular musicians mrs. Iva George to North new Jersey Street. Miss Celia Moulton daughter of col. Moulton and neice of general Sherman will be married in feb Miery to Lieut. Rockwood u. S. N. There will be eight bridesmaids Aud a wedding breakfast. The Apple club will have a leap year party next fiday night at or. Schillings on North Illinois Street and the lady members Are expending much Energy in interviewing Carriage Drivers musical a erectors etc. Pianos have Long been held in reproach As ugly and cumbrous furniture but Baltimore that leads All other places in sensible ideas makes upright pianos do double duty by placing them across the Corners of t5e rooms Witti tie key Board next to the Wall and shelves placed on the backs for Flower vases etc. The handsomest decorations however Are japanese panels Witti the lining in the from to correspond. The marriage of miss May Lingle and or. Scantlin of Mansville on Christmas Day was the event of the week in Lafayette. The Bride is As Well known Here As in her own City and very popular in both places. The attendants were or. Riley of Evansville and Mabel the charming twin sister of the charming lit tie Bride. Or. And mrs. Scantlin visited Indianapolis yesterday in route Lor their new time in Evans vice the Quamon ave a masquerade on last monday evening which wits distinguished for the elegant costumes and the enjoyment which this popular club always affords its guests. The principal Cigar actors of toe lady maskers were miss Holmes show miss Landers zip miss Carpenter peasant girl miss Effie Jones unknown miss Marsland Snow the misses Hess Maud Muller and Folly miss Reiley chinese lady miss Trum Ball Annie Boleyn miss Henry Gisy Queen miss a amp Leer Schobl girl miss Mansfield Domino miss Frank harlequin miss Schilling pop com girl miss Emma Frank Pocahontas miss Jackson peasant Iii i min Becker French Wal Tilg maid miss Tda a Snow Flake miss Thompson Little red Riding Hood the misses Mcvicker in Komi uses mrs. Coffman Tamborine girl misses Pomeroy Tully Raymond Stewart Ady Johnson Aud mrs. Meyer wore walking suits. We regret that our reporter was less fortunate in obtaining the characters of the gentlemen. At ten o clock a sensation was created by tue arrival of the to Damon guards. Prof. Grebe s band furnished music for this merry occasion. The Mascius erase at judge Voss. The most Brilliant event that has occurred in the City this season was the masquerade party Given by them Kos Voss on Christmas evening. Several suites of to a this were opened tastefully trimmed and elegantly Deli rated. Three Large rooms were thrown into a drawing Hall where prof. Hart s quadrille band furnished the most intoxicating music. From an Early to a late hour carriages were continuously arriving until like rooms were filled with merry maskers in costumes most elegant and original ranging from a Dame of Lantiegne noblesse to Quot poor Little among the guests were miss Jenks of Lafayette miss Donnell of green8burgh,and or. Templeton of Liberty. Mrs. Weiler b. Smith assisted mrs. Voss a receiving while a number of unmasked guests among whom were governor Williams and major and mrs. Mahlon Floyd were contented to enjoy from a quiet Niche the amusement of spectators his excellency a usual being a favorite with the ladies. Considerable amusement was afforded by a passage at arms Between or. R. J. C. Pendleton be Kun int of be Olden thine Aud or. Bigelow in the character of a very fat boy. At Midnight the party were ushered by Tau he her a March into the elegant dining room where a most Superb menu afforded every delicacy of the season the wan nest thanks were extended the kind by by each retreating guest for an evening of unalloyed enjoyment. Foi additional society notes see sunday morning Call. Major John d. Simpson acquittal. On his Jajor John d. Simpson of the Madison having been tried and acquitted of the murder of sex City treasurer Howard published the following the Day alter the my pm Oil upped Liim guiltless Quot Home ree. It is with a glad and thankful heart the writer utter those familiar words of childhood. We have walked through the dark Valley of the Shadow of death and go free to our Home we have passed through the fiery Furnace thrice heated and come out Liu scorched. Twelve of the Best men of this com Mummy assisted by an Able and impartial judge have thoroughly patiently and fairly heard All the facts in relation to the unfortunate killing of William Howard and say to us Quot go free you Are an innocent Ive Days were spent in this trial. The state was represented by two leading attorneys at the bar John f. Bellamy esq., the Commonwealth s attorney a col Clear headed lawyer painstaking and As indefatigable As the burrowing mole and Charles a. A Tribly jesq., a conscientious attorney and one of ii Irleta ability and brilliancy. And just Here the writ etc will say that although he thinks the prosecution wits unnecessarily vigorous he is glad of the of per Timity to acknowledge the fairness and Courtesy of the gentlemen of he Nrose Sutlon. Now that All the Clouds have Pisa de away and one by one the silent stars of Hope Shine brightly out now that the torm has passed and Calm has come the writer truthfully says that no one living regrets As my Clias he the meeting and the result on that dark and dreadful night. If the dead Man s life could he restored from nov until eternity would be devoted to that aim atone. But what hos been done can not be undone and while deeply sincerely deploring the sad and its causes we do not propose to cry in an Aisig Iirilli , or take Refuge in a monastery for act As Hettie soft Yas it was unfortunate. Towards the Mau to Atis dead or his friends we have no enmity a Anil stay do we ask the forgiveness of All. Into each life some rain Mist fall v Shine Days Mut be dark and Drea. 18 thit night will be forever Black and dreadful e sit upon out heart can never heal yet we i go Forward and flight the Battle of Hie r a manfully until the end comes. ,-e.nienwho have had our life yes dearer than i it Honor and on Liberty in their bands and tni<9k it to us to Bommen we to Day say As pub of Topi thai we will justify that verdict. Our left bus How Howe deserved it. Friends and to our Brethren of the press who ii Sidt ii by too by us in the hour of our peril tramp my he Mere common words of Cour Quot y mockery. Indeed in multiplicity of deep it let our new life justify this our Helper i in is might Quot Enos re of a mtg j red Baggs Corner of Al of Iii streets was damaged by Ida a to a la amp to night to the extent of two a Iii dolls. A took place on last tuesday tie East Narket and made things a Lyle. The horse belonged to Iii it it Utah Rob Meridian Street. Quot few life Street to Ashington Jwj Iii Goth to Pennsylvania Quot oth to by incl Street where a mini Tiv Sioui Dlutz the Christmas Avenue m. E. Sunday Sci of on Christ Mes eve As Early As 7 o clock Central Avenue Church was packed Quot Fiill of children their parents and Fri no in to Ness the regular Christmas Given with so much pleasure each Quot year by the i baath school. After the opening sex erases a number of sacred Tableaux represented Quot the shepherds Quot Quot thelha a it Savior Quot Christ twelve years old talking Vitti to a Quot doctors of the Law Quot Quot Jesus at thewes Quot and Quot night before Christmas Quot were give ii under the most Favori Able circumstances and with pleasing elect. The Glare from Tail burning composition assisted by Hepier Elbl rays of Light from a Large headlight of a i co motive brought out the scenes in great splendor. The recitations by misses Eaustin Jeannette Hallord and mad the dialogue by three Little boys and Masier j. D. Carter s infant class speech were or Thusia stoically cheered. Santa Claus Perso. Ated by Illiam v. Wheeler and a real live Kris Kringle in master Vessie Ballengee i enlivened the latter part of the exercises presenting to the school two barrels of swed pc meats a live Turkey to or. Liodes the jail tor a huge Candy Cane to Captain Eli Ritt and a blood red rooster in feathers he had snatched from j. R. Budd amp co coops on Pearl Street to the superintend of the school. The last gift a Jolt a was do appreciated by the receiver. It was a Haig crowd that attended Central Avenue churn he and a happier one As it went away. A six christinas tree Twenty Leet in height the Center of attraction. L. S. Ayres amp co s grand annual Holiday . Special department. Enu rely new line of fancy goods for the Holiday Trade different from my thing Ever shown in Indianapolis. The Stock con a Dollar a Day immigrant. A Well known citizen and his wife were i want of a Man to clean up and Choi about a House they were about to move Inta they thought they would give one of the immigrants a Chance and accordingly drove around to one of the coloured churches Fiere they most do congregate and singling out one of the men called him to them and stated their wants. He wanted to know what they would give. The reply was week. The immigrant turned on his his a with the remark that Quot he was a Dollar-a-4>x Many he another immigrant spoke up and said he would do the work for a week but his brother immigrants scowled on him for offering to work so cheaply. But he promised to put in an appearance the next morning. He never came and the work was Given to two White men who had just arrived in the City and offered to work Abr almost any Price so As to enable them to take their goods from the depot. We Are afraid have got a bad lot in the immigrants. No doubt their Republican White Brethren who were so anxious to have them come to Indiana represented to them that they were coming to a land flowing with milk and Honey and could get whatever Price they demanded for their Labory help was so scarce you the eleventh presbyterian. The Christmas festivities at the eleventh presbyterian Church by the sunday school Are Siadto have been the most enjoyable in the City. There was a Santa Claus House with a tree on the inside magnificently decorated a also were the inner sides of two folding doors opened at a Given signal by a fairy Queen. Santa Claus and Kriss Kringle were both present in person. The gifts to the scholars were Many and Fine. The super Iii pendent or. L. G. Dynes was remembered with a Large Bible dictionary the pastor. Rev. B. Chamberlin received a pur8.e of Money and other useful and valuable Mafie the Viii tora present Vot the occasion the pleasantest they Ever witnessed. A very uneasy and restless individual on a Massachusetts Avenue Street car yesterday remarked that if the company had Only sifted the fleas out of the Straw they had so considerately placed in the car the passengers would be perfectly Happy. Another who was making frantic efforts toward raising a Windom said he would t mind the fleas if the Straw was Ooi so All fired Musty if there was anything he doted Oil it was fresh clean . Why this is an that the p. G. Company furnish its cars with second hand Straw. Perish the thought the Market last tuesday and thursday mornings presented a very handsome appearance. Among the butchers that made displays were Milt Pouder at stalls nos. 1 Aud 3, were acknowledged by All to be the grandest Ever made on the Market. The next was c. Gardner wholesale dealer in sheep and lambs which was splendid. The next Charles g. Gardner also wholesale dealer in sheep lambs and beef. His stalls presented a splendid appearance and Wread mired by All. Charley never does things by halves. Upon the outside was the game and poultry show of j. E. Sullivan were All kinds of fowls were to be seen the sentiments of All were May Jack Ever remain and continue his Good work. But for sweetness h. By Burn out did them All his Supply of loaf sugars candies was equal to the a Maud and he was recompensed Well for his outlay there should have been More but were not owing to negligence but those that did make the displays were not sorry As their Trade was doubled in every particular. Notwithstanding the grand Rush to Schry Der Bro s China and Floral Palace no. 74 East Washington Street for Fine Ware and Holiday goods they have still on hand a splendid assortment of Domestic and imported dinner Tea and chamber sets As also a Complete line of Fine Aud common table Ware and cutlery. The Stock of Rogers statuary and groupings song Birds Gold fish Bird cages ferns Winter grasses and Flowers etc., has been fully replenished and All orders will be promptly furnished. Andy Sharpe the adipose Cigar manufacturer has in his employ a Cigar maker by the name of George Martin. George it Appeal was a Union Soldier during the trouble and received an honorable discharge. It is a curious piece of paper and Speaks of use of a in the following terse language he was Good Soldi Ein his mind. First to the front when there was anything to eat and Al ref of the rear in time of Battle and being the first mahi to enlist was necessary rally the first Man to get Home George it is understood has applied for a pension tiie lieder rank society will have their Christmas tree festival sunday evening lat Mozart Hall All the children of memos of the society will receive a handsome pro sent concluding with a grand concert. All friends of the society should not fail to to e in attendance. Since Quot Tolu Rock and Rye Quot has come into rogue As a sure cure for consumption it is singular what a Large number of our citizens have lately been troubled with Throat and lung complaint. G a runaway took place on Virginia Averi Piej last Friday afternoon of a Fermer a Teav. The Farmer was thrown out and bruised by considerably. His name was not Learned r of every sort of fancy goods kept by four of the largest jobbing houses in new York. Having purchased fifteen trunks of samples at fifty cents on the Dollar enables us to offer an elegant assortment at pric Isles than any wholesale House can buy . A Complete line of these the newest and most attractive potteries. Tete a Tete sets cups plates teapots Eto. R a Ery sort of pottery lacquer Ware Longe varies card stands and toilet and Swiss handkerchiefs Glove and card boxes trays cabinets fruit plates brackets toilet cases gents and ladies travelling cases jewel assets fans of every description dolls bronzed and Gilt candlesticks. Bamboo baskets work baskets card cases school leather goods. Work Glove handkerchief Collar and cuff Quot boxes albums pocketbooks. Purses card books Cigar and cigarette cases portfolios and bottles hand painted and one thousand other things not room to mention. Those wishing Holiday and wedding presents i Ali find these goods More Beautiful attractive and for about one half the Price they can be found . S. Ayres amp . Mansur a gotten of Vajen a new has engaged his services for the coming year to a Cleveland firm. Rood s magic system Lor cutting for Sale by mrs. A. Beriy 12m West Washington Street East front Toom Over Hess Baylor a co s. George w. Griffin and David Reynolds have been appointed assistant local mail agents and registry clerks at the Union depot. Mrs. A Oberly s Emporium of fashion 12k West Washington Street East front room Over Hess Baylor amp co residence 131 West Ohio Street. We. Fishinger is located at no. 255 East Washington Street with a Choice Stock of liquors wines and cigars. Do not fail to give him a Call. A. Abromet the genial insurance Man is suffering from a severely sprained ankle which prevents him from navigating As Agi Lely As formerly. Engraving to do on Metal Ivory Pearl etc. Also names inscriptions door plates monograms a special Tyr cheap and handsome at e. H. Stegmann a 10 West Market Street. David Macy alter Twenty five years service As president of the Indianapolis Peru and Chicago Railroad has resigned and the directors elected William cutting to fill the place. All kinds of jewelry made to order by m. C. Davis at 10 West Market Street. In Short he is prepared to manufacture any and every thing in jewelry line equal to the Best House in Eastern cities. George w. Spotts at nos 56 and 58 North Illinois Street has always on hand Choice new York buckwheat flour and the Best brands of new and family floor. Give them a trial. Or. William Mcginness the popular conductor of the Cincinnati accommodation on the i., c. Life l. Railway was Quot Down sick Quot last week. The travelling Public Are rejoiced thai he is convalescent. Judge Roach who has spent a month or so with the wild and wayward statesmen at the Bear Garden known As Washington Sty has returned somewhat refreshed in appearance after his exciting episode. It is prety certain that the race of printers is not going to uie out George w. Day a the Sentinel was supremely blessed the other Day in a Young Printer that weighed 9 pounds naked and full weight. Day could t to a better than Quot make a Printer outer Chas. Feller amp co., sole agents for this celebrated a. No. 233 East by dec6 3m Botlic in tie Best smoke for the Levist Money is a Cigar

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