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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - January 7, 1872, Indianapolis, Indiana Tie i to tale Siinda Momi Riis. Jannary 7.1872. The en08 b. Reed Harry j. 8hellman, George j. Schley . Office 83 Circle Street. Indianapolis Indiana january 7, 1872. Terms in the City by Carrier per month.20 Etc by mail 3 nil nth ii. A a a 6 1 1 year. 2 50 to interesting communication on removing the freight depots will appear next week. The Small pox. That there have been several fatal Carea of Small pox in our midst there is no use in denying and it would be foolish to do so but the disease is by no Means prevalent and there is certainly no cause for affright. Care and proper precautions will prevent it spread and to this end our physicians and Board of health and citizens generally should address themselves. We have heard of four or five deaths but we do not believe that at the present time there Are a score of cases in the City All told. Asom salts is not a favor of giving the cold shoulder to our railroads. Neither Are we. But we think its possible to remove the freight depots and still give Trade trafic and encouragement to our railroads. The Rochester riot. Saturday week a negro by the name of Howard committed a rape on a Little girl eight years of age by the name of Celia Oaks in Rochester new York and maltreated her in such a manner As to endanger her life. He was subsequently arrested and put in jail. An incensed populace gathered about the jail evidently with the design of taking the prisoner therefrom and hanging him. The police and military were called out stones and missiles were thrown at the latter when they fired upon the crowd killing two or three persons outright and wounding several. As usual those killed were either passers by or Mere lookers on not taking any part with the mob which was finally dispersed. The negro was indicted by the grand jury and upon trial sentenced to the Penitentiary for Twenty years. A we shall have some distinguished gentlemen among us to Morrow comprising the body known As the democratic state Central committee. What they will accomplish depends very much upon circumstances. A the career of or. Frank n. Scott of the Mirror was As Brief As woman s love. We notice that already has his name been withdrawn As editor of that interesting reflector. A Quot Quot we had the state Board of agriculture and the state horticultural society with us last week in convention assembled. Each had interesting meetings and doubtless did a great Deal of Good in their particular lines. To therein still a Chance to do a Good thing in the was of buying a sewing machine. The Quot new Quot Wheeler amp Wilson is More popular than Ever and the agent Only asks an examination to prove its ease of motion and durability. If our civil Engineer succeeds As Well the next year in his Effort to make water run up Hill in his attempts at grading streets in the North part of the City a first class Man of War will be Able to float up North Meridian around tinker and thence Down North Penn Sylvania american. Which might do a fair business in making regular trips for the Benefit of property owners on these particular streets who suffer from the Engineer s bungling work. If the family physician believes a child has been properly vaccinated and is now protected from the disease so far As vaccination can protect him he will give the child the certificate required if he believes the child should be again vaccinated As a Security he will so advise and refuse to sign the certificate until this is done. We find the above in an article in defense of the action of the school Board in regard to the vaccination of school children in the daily journal of Friday and presume that it is officially published. Some physicians believe in vaccination every few years others that a single perfect vaccination is All sufi client and others again that subsequent vaccinations to the first Are of no effect and entirely useless. It does seem to us that there should be some Standard to go by and the Board should say whether a single perfect vaccination exhibited in a Quot Jen nerian Vesicle Quot was sufficient or the scholar is to be at the mercy of any physician s lancet who believes in frequent vaccination at the expense of pure vaccine virus. Billy Manning s term for police Quot Street Ushers Quot a applies very particularly to the dark haired ornament continually loafing around the Bates House . Why Don t you speak right out in meeting and give the name of the Loafer you refer to under the title of the Quot dark haired ornament. You should not do without insurance. Money paid out for insurance on your property is Well invested and none should allow their build Ings to go uninsured because they cannot Tell when the fire fiend will commence its work. The Ina of Hartford has paid All its losses by the Chicago fire and is ready with its seven millions of capital and assets to meet future losses As they come. A. Abromet is the agent in this City office in Jetna building. For hoarseness or sore Throat there nothing equal to Brown s expectorant. There Are none so Blind As those who will not see. There is no use of any one suffering from imperfect sight when we have Moses to Lead you out of the darkness by Means of his powerful spectacles. Moses makes Eye glasses spectacles and All such things that Are a pleasure to Wear As they make you see clearly All that comes in your Way. Irod Tunnel. We have been shown by major Palmer a design for a Tunnel made of cast Iron and in sections which we look upon As entirely feasible for either the tunnelling of streets or sewerage purposes while it can be furnished cheaper than a Tunnel of Brick. He has a capital design for tunnelling Illinois Street with two roadways and two footpaths separate and distinct from one another. No time is wasted and travel scarcely impeded in tunnelling in the method proposed. It is certainly deserving of a trial and we should not be surprised if it would supersede All other kinds of tunnelling. "4 drops at All the drug stores. Brown s expectorant is unequalled for the cure of All Throat and lung diseases As thousands in this City who have used it can testify now is the time to Supply yourselves with diaries for 1872. J. H. V. Smith of the City Book store has a splendid Stock of All kinds and sizes from the cheapest to the mos expensive. He deals in Blank books and can Supply you with anything in that line which you May want. Or. Smith keeps a Boot store in which can be found everything that a Man wants books paper Blank books Blanks pens Ink Etc. J. G. Douglass amp bro., commission merchants 78 West Washington Street Are in receipt of a Large consignment of Choice Michigan apples onions and buckwheat flour and also a Large lot of Buffalo meat. O. B. Stout Weil known to our citizens and country dealers is with the firm helping to push business with his usual Energy and ability. If you want Nice shoes forthe Little folks go to Freidger a 36 West Washington Street. He keeps a Beautiful Stock of All kinds very cheap. Carpets Oil cloths Oil cloths carpets the s store Ivo. Is East Wasbin Toiv Street makes a specially of ingrain 2 and 3-ply and hemp carpets Oil is bugs Aoi hats and can and will sell them cheaper than they Are sold elsewhere in the City. Remember this when you want to buy. W. M. Davis. Dec24 3m4thp it a. In. Wooo residence�?561 North Mississippi office 33 n. Illinois Street in y. M. 0. A. Building Indianapolis i am a Vine special attention to the treatment of nasal Catarrh chronic and acute sore Throat hoarseness and loss of voice asthma bronchitis consumption scr Fula eruptive diseases of the skin diseases of women and All chronic diseases leading to consumption. I have had Large experience in the treatment of diseases of the air passages and have All the improved apparatus for a Correct d diagnosis and successful treatment of them. Send for Iree circular on Catarrh und consumptive diseases. Office hours from 9 a. M. To 4 p m. Dec31 4t palio . The or. Y. Tribie in go Tang the sworn internal a Tenne returns of lir Eyears states the following in regard to the growth of the piano Trade of a .3�� p it bickering boy Ion. Pm it reent Steinway new York. To a cent Knabe Bahi Norr. Comm edit Apon the above is Noneo Elmarr. A Choice a Lection of the Weber at Bradi agent a Hanston Street sold Economy is wealth. Gold pens reprinted Price 60 cents at Lewis h. Martins Quot old pen manufactory Southwest Corner of Washington and Meridian streets Indianapolis Indiana novl2 3m 4thp. New Wood and Coal Yard. Yard and office Corker of new Tork and Winston Siree. Pittsburg a a Hickory Carbon. I Beech. A Woolf Brazil. F sugar tree. Western j sawed 4 split j nov26 3m 4thp c. E. Reynolds prop r. In. H. Rvsscil.l., to sorial Carlors and new bathing establishment. 61 e. Washington st., and 3 Virg Lnla , Indianapolis. Oct22 3m4thp to to a. B. Fetty a no 12 Virginia Avenue and examine his set of buggy harness for which eo9ts or $2s cheapest place in the City Forchino sufi ensnare war�, , lamps Cho Ineys Etc is atgeob6e h. West s. 57 West Washington Street. Dec3 3m4thp a a a the Hon. T. A. Hendricks just at present seems to be principally engaged in the Effort to induce the state Board of agriculture to Purchase the grounds of the Indianapolis fair. As the honorable gentleman s Broad acres or a portion of them Are located in the Vicinity of these grounds it has been suggested that he has one Eye to the interests of the state Board and both eyes to the inter ,. I i i x ests of the landed estates of the Hon. We Are unable to determine a the cat skinning Case brought by attorney general Hanna against the present proprietors of the journal company was on thursday morning after a partial investigation dismissed upon motion of the prosecuting attorney. We presume it should never have been brought. The attorney general in bringing these cases should exercise to better purpose his wonderful Powers of discrimination. The major Ity of these suits at present Promise Only to be costly to the state. It is generally believed that even the great original cat Skinner will go out of court Scot free. Whether the suits Are improperly brought or not sufficiently pushed to a legitimate con we an invoice of cleansing Crystal has been received at or. Key polds drug store opposite the Post office. It is used of washing Linen lace Muslin flannels Merino Etc., and does not injure the color or fabric. All who have Ever used it testify in its favor. We advise the ladies who have Fine materials to cleanse to give it a trial. Versus nose Throat and lung diseases. L. I. Mossier a amp co. Were Busy invoicing last week but Are now receiving a Large lot of goods and preparing to Rush business livelier than Ever. Their business is greatly on the increase and they Are determined to make the new York one Price clothing House the great establishment of the West their Well known Liberal dealing has made them crowds of friends and we Are satisfied that those who patronize them in the future will have no cause to regret it. A. Hendricks. Would really like to know just what is the matter. 8"president Grant wants to sit under j the droppings or the Jive. Newman a Sanctuary at Washington a Little longer and has with others petitioned the Bishop to let Newman sweat yet a Little while at Washington. Now Newman has had a fair show and from All accounts Washington is rather Retro Garding than in a proving in its morals and christianity he should by All Means be introduced to another Field and let a new Man take has place in ministering to the spiritual Cess ties of the big wigs of the capital. Some of the Young men s Christian association members Are preparing measures look ing to a vigorous enforcement of the sunday . They would be carrying out the precepts of their divine master More fully it they engaged in Quot measures looking to a vigorous Quot feeding and clothing of the poor. After this is accomplished if they see proper let them look after the Sun a the Sentinel wants the state fair to be held elsewhere for the purpose of giving the Indianapolis fair a Chance to show what it can do when not opposed by the state fair. We have always been taught that opposition was the life of Trade and do not believe the Indianapolis fair would be at All benefited by the removal of the state fair to another locality. At any rate we do not gee Why we should give up a state institution for the Sake of its being replaced by a private concern which according to the Sentinel has proved a failure. A a Quot we Are taken to task by Quot a constant Reader Quot for Quot screening Quot a Well known merchant who has the reputation of being entirely too intimate with one or More Young ladies the said merchant being a married Man and a Church member. It is certainly not our design to show partiality in exposing either Public abuses or private Villa inies and if a constant Reader Quot can prove what he asserts this merchant shall not be spared. It is a very easy matter to defame the character of any one. What we want Are facts. Give us these and then stand from under i Brown s expectorant never fails to cure a cough. For Sale by All druggists. Shoes for Little tootsies. Shoes for big Tootsie. Shoes for the million shoo Fly shoo Indiana Avenue on the rampage now comes one Berry not Blackberry nor Mulberry but c. H. Berry no. 172 Indiana Avenue who says Quot if he knows himself he feels abundantly Able to Supply that entire portion of the City lying West of the canal and the balance of the City besides with every style of boots and shoes in the Market at prices favourable to All. Or Quincy Van Hummell of no. 40 West 26th Street. New York City now at the Bates House a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania has developed inhaling fluids for the treatment of pulmonary consumption bronchitis Catarrh catarrhal deafness loss of voice and All diseases of the nose Throat and lung which have had a most remarkable Success. The discovery of these inhaling fluids is the result of careful patient Long continued scientific study and investigation. These studies have been pursued at the bedside in the Hospital and at the dissecting table. As we Are supported by the opinions of the Mist eminent pathologists both in this country and in Europe in our convictions that Catarrh is the great precursor of inflammation and consumption of the lungs with their attendant evils we wish to Call special attention to this disease the serious character of which is too much underrated and the remedy neglected. Our system of medication is rational being based upon the theory that a local disease should be treated by local applications assisted by appropriate constitutional treatment together with suitable hygienic and dietetic regulations these local application a to the air passages we Are fully prepared to make by Means of fluids and our Complete inhaling apparatus. Our appliances for the thorough examination of the Chest in lung diseases Are also Complete and in no Case will we hold out delusive Hopes of recovery of incurable cases. Patients should be prepared to Bear the truth however unpalatable it May be no charge is made for consultation in person or by letter. In consultation by letter the patient a furnished with a schedule of questions the answers to which indicate the nature and extent of the disease. Watch meeting incidents. The Indiana american states that the watch meeting at Trinity m. Church new year s eve a Young lady resolved never again to visit the theater but in 80 doing sacrificed a handsome Young Man. While we do not believe visiting a theater would tend to injure the Young lady or corrupt her morals in the least we think the Young gentleman should not have consented to give her up simply because she had resolved never again to visit a theater. The same paper states that a Young lady induced her Lover to Kneel with her at the closing prayer his stubborn Knees having refused to Bend at previous prayers. Meeting of the Liberal physicians of the City with a View to the formation of a new medical association was held last thursday night in the Hall of the Temple of Honor. There were Only about a dozen in attendance but these were full of fire and Zeal in what they considered to be a Good cause. Of course the old school physicians generally stood aloof. They Are believers in close communion and opposed to aught they can not find in the code. The new lights meet to Morrow night at the same place with a View to a permanent organization. _ _ the members of the school Board now say they were mistaken when they published that Bobb s dispensary would vaccinate All applicants free of charge. It is Only those unable to pay who Are thus vaccinated. Those Able to pay Are charged $1 each. A i Brigham Young is now a prisoner is his own House charged with complicity in a murder committed by the Dan ites twelve years ago. The mormons thus far have accepted the situation and there has been no outbreak nor is any anticipated but the end is not yet. We do not believe that polygamy is to be banished from Utah without a greater struggle with the saints than has yet transpired. With them it is a sacred institution the uprooting of which would 11 legit Maize their children. A a next thursday is to be observed by most of the orthodox churches in the United states As a Day of fasting and prayer and prayers during the week Are to go up for the schools and colleges of the land. Prayer meetings each evening of the week in our City churches. A new kind of Berry Boot and shoe Berry 172 Indiana Avenue is exclusively in the Boot and shoe Trade and will furnish you everything you desire in his line at As Low rates As you can find in the m. Pouder a worthy and experienced railroader has been promoted from Stock agent of that excellent Road the Baltimore amp Ohio to passenger agent of the same with Headquarters in this City. Get fresh oysters get Goc d oysters get oysters in cans at r. D. Bacon amp cos at no. 6 Martindale s Block. He keeps a Large Supply constantly on hand. Read Auto Ponder. A physician s son cured of severe Catarrh. Or Van Hummell Bates House Indianapolis Indiana sir so Many persons have asked me questions relative to your treatment and cure of Catarrh in the Case of my son i have thought it advisable to make a statement on specific Points and place at your disposal simply to save time and satisfy the multitude of our citizens who Are afflicted with this insidious and dangerous disease. Our people have been hum Peculiar to your treatment alone so far As i know. And secondly your treatment cures your Zients. I saw and talked with several of these m new Lork who told me they were cured by Vou after other great specialists Quot had Given them up to die As beyond the reach of remedies Quot aside from these i must say that the Good results of your treatment m the Case of my son were beyond Cavil. Some have asked me Quot if the trip and change of air might not have cured him to which i reply these doubtless contributed something m that direction but his improvement commenced with your first treatment and we marked and decided until All vestige of his Catarrh was removed. I had him m new York almost a week before i could get Thi time to take him to you. During this time he was suffering from cough and Muco purulent discharges from his nose Throat and lungs. These were All changed by your first a plication of remedies and he slept better that first night than he had done for six months previous. The discharges continued to Lessen and improve in character until he a. Entirely sure of All this was effected m eight weeks. I speak of stubborn facts and the thousands of people who know me can judge of my professional ability to observe and correctly determine in these matters. A Espee fully december 29, 1871. E. T. Bussell m. D168 Park Avenue. In the Wharton murder trial at Annapolis attorney general Syester remarked to witness a doctor ought to be Able to give an opinion of a disease making mistakes. Witness they Are at capable As a lawyer. Attorney general doctor s mistakes Are buried six feet under ground a lawyer s Are not. Witness but they Are sometimes Hung on a tree. Questions what becomes of a minister s mistakes answer his mistakes sometimes get into a grave and sometimes hang on a tree but generally go to hell. Questions where is the Best place to get All kinds of keys made locks repaired Bells Hung Etc., at 28 North Illinois Street by a. Isensee. A letter from judge Stewart of new York. Law of pick oif Orlando l. St wart 270 Broadway new York december 18, 187l or. Van Hummell dab Sik it affords me great pleasure to Bear my testimony in favor s your scientific attainment professional skill and signal Success m the treatment of Ohio nil oath Rah and deafness two Well marked cases of that too common do else haying ctr Rundy my immediate personal observation which were cured m a remarkably a tort tame Bivour skillful treatment one of these cases was of Long standing and haying gym to yield to the treatment prescribed by other physicians of acknowledged ability and experience to you must be attributed their final recovery. The the iry upon which you practice seems to me both rational and Well adapted to the cure of nose Throat and lung diseases. Very in to Stewart. Dec31 2m the daily Rush at the Farmer s depot Quot would Clear out most of the stocks of groceries in this City but h. W. Caldwell is equal to the emergency and loads at the rear while the tons go out at the front. We like the move he has made in helping the poor by Selling butter at 15 and 20 cents starch 5 cents per Pound soap 5 cents per bar and potatoes 80 cents per Bushel. Long May he Prosper. The state Board of agriculture never did a better thing than when it appointed h. A Caldwell superintendent of state fair he will prove the right Man in the right place. For the Benefit of the journal we will state that or Caldwell is the grocer of our City reputed to be Worth a million. Athirst Gran Bingham s jewelry s30.000 wort i of Cavelry solid Silver Allver plated Ware and Fine table cutlery will be a old regard let a of Cost. Store. R a customers Stone solid Silver goods Silver plated Tea sets. Water sets. Cake baskets. Casto and Ivory Tab s cd Gold Silver and Ivo headed Ca every veda of charge and raw ask an examination of goods and prices. All goo a warranted As represented. Declow p. Bingham amp co., no 50 East a a Ixa Hington Street

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