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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - January 29, 1881, Indianapolis, Indiana A. Adorn yourself with Coli Hangi rare that Well is made the t tear. The Roods you la find Grade they re rightly Cut and sies by made. The styles will glut your tangy a greed and perfect fits Are will the Public Rise and sing. There s no place in few a when to buy clotting and gents furnishings. Great reductions made in Allej i intents to close lots and make room a or our unusually Large Stock of Spring Goodfe a a Keg or the when 34,36.38.40 and a if Pennsylvania St. Removed. Oba Hunro a bothers merchant tailors and gents furnishes from no. 44 North Illinois Street to no. 87 East Warbington Street. Bithey announce to the Public that their Stock is of the Best Quality and to make room for the Spring Slock will offer some Good bargains. Thev also guarantee in the making of suiting them a Call at to be convinced give no 87 East Washington . A Jim Armstrong has Giyen up politics and gone into the ice business. He has chosen the cooler part if not the better. A two Good women passed away from our midst this week mrs. Rachael Mclntyre sister of the late Michael g. Bright and mrs. Margaret j. Loftin wife of or. Loftin county treasurer. A Andrew Wallace says that the miners Lii the far far West Are All habitual readers of newspapers and that they get the Chicago times out there the next Day after it is printed. Once five cents. A about the last Beard of Frank Bixby he was engineering the Claire Soott dramatic company at Kokomo. One of the bad papers called it Quot bad Bixby s mrs. Frank Bixby Nee june May was a member of the company. A miss Alta Cummins would have found a watery grave on last sunday afternoon had it not been for some gentlemen who came to her Relicue. She was coasting on Smith s Pon and Tell through the ice. Should t go coasting on sunday. A judge Walker while returning from Church on last sunday slipped and fell injuring himself about the head. This is what a judge gets for going to Church. Judge Howland occupied judge Walker s Bench this week. A mrs. Ravenna Tyner and her husband want 2,500 As damages from Peter laugh ton who they claim gave them a thrashing on the evening of november 27, because they wanted to pick out a protestant husband Tor a Young lady Friend. A or. Abromet will not leave for Europe As soon As he contemplated in consequence of sickness in his family. Ii is barely possible that when he goes to new York he May be Able to Settle the matters of the estate in which he is interested by cablegram. A or. C Obertson the skillful and experienced Oculi St and Aurist can be consulted relative to All diseases of the Eye and ear be tween the hours of 0 a. And 12 m., and and 4 p. M., at his office 36 West washing ton Street. A John g. Blake Secretary of the merchants Exchange is at Bis Post again having been Laid up for a week or so with a sprained ankle occasioned by a fall on the ice. John Don t drink either. His brother James Blake esq., we learn is suffering from a fall on the ice. A the suit of miss Jennie p. Reade against Thomas p. Murray for $25,000, for breach of Promise before judge Gresham has been Quot indefinitely postponed and will probably never be taken up again. It looks As though miss Jennie had been mistaken a her hand and had t a record to sue on. Murray is it Rich Terre hasten tot that would t bleed Worth a cent. A messes. George Phillips Jacob Kirsch and de Mulbarger prominent citizens of Aurora ind., visited our City in the Early part of the week. They were delegates to the grand Lodge session of the knights of pythias and during their stay they were to guests of Philip Reichwein who it pared pains to make them enjoy themselves and see All the novelties. A the closeness and bad air of judge Holl Man s present quarters in our new two Mil it lion Dollar court House affected that gent Man s health so greatly that last we for one or two Days he was unable to Hal court. We do not think that our j Rudgil should be made to suffer for the Sake of thl convenience of a i legislature like the that is now tiding to grind out the red Eil a Law for the Protection and be Hoof of the a mrs. Mary a. Boyer wants 15,000 the Indianapolis Decatur and Spring i Itai Road company for the killing of her t to tend last october. It Oyer was an Encipio of the Bee line and it seems was Standin talking to some one and ironing against Bli engine when be was struck by a a d. Engine. It does seem to is Iti to yer should bad Beiden on the Lookout it / Igine if he was standing so that it / Neft pass wit but striking Bim. Is at least one Lone Doii Ali i edict in town and Bis name it is Quot it Bobertz on the South Illinois Street Groc Iyman. Fount has lost Bis Aini i ii a Polar ill she mrs. Gay Iel obd it no to Washington City Quot flt in the absence East to icon ill a gift loft bodies when Abe will a iii act the Tiati Fital capital she a i red Gay ber Ai or Tuelle and a Pali a us these the a Dpi iii i la be Laid amp co. To Atli pen. Street. 89 1-2 represent. Julial Union Union citizen Girardi Union. Quot i Lpyd Lize Cli Velam amp go. Meat markets is . St., s82 e. stall no.�,.�e,ast to ret a Boise. A. R. 3 a a. 1 r to extremely Low. Of Quality the be i Quot Porter lit Juse steaks Aud beef Rafita orders received and i it up aptly attended a Ubl a a a fam to ups declared Tom be nuisances. To lib Ancy groceries triumphant. No More bananas and a things to be Par based from a sidewalk stands. The supreme court this w6ek decided that the placing of the Peanut or fruit stands on the sidewalk is a nuisance. This May be the red eyed Law but there Don t seem to be any oily aug necessity for enforcing it in fact it the question were presented to the people we think they would decide that instead of being a nuisance the fruit stands Are on the contrary a great convenience. The eating of fruit is very conducive to the healthy operation of the digestive apparatus. In fruits Are contained Many acids and 4i<ces which Are required by the system Ben kept at stands As it now is people will buy it avid eat it. In passing along the Street their attention is called to it when perhaps if kept in some House they would wholly neglect it. What barbarian Ever said fruit was not a pleasant thing to look upon with its heaps of yellow oranges its pyramids of Golden bananas its piles of saucy Lemons its bins of blushing apples besides its peanuts that Delight the boys its luscious bags of do fio standing in procession its Jim it a of Al go Hickory nuts Chi struts Aud Alnutt whoever says it is not a pleasant sit Rathjer than a nuisance is a barbarian. Why one. Cannot and and look at a fruit stand Meni but his Omsk nation takes him gall0 ing away to the Quot spicy Isles where the Bringl Sun Miles Quot and he feels he would rather eat the Irik fruits than write their ballads. Who eve As inconvenienced j9y the room they take up unless it a Jimme Gawky count Iier Maiv amazed at a procession or men Man. Wlm a Quot a unfed a Twenty foot ilk for his Havi Gabon. Fruit stands however Are an Eye sore 9 stores that soil fruit and Quot be a la tale Quot and Foi Auch offence Are they log Ned. There we a. Oon spin Abby. Among the i a in a pers of the St drum or fancy grocery the City a Tiu vote the majesty of the id break up the to Uit stands i because t Down prices. Signor Giacomi the fruit vender on the Corner Sells two for lamp be Conte but ii he were not a fancy a Cerys could sell them of Bents a Leo a Linbo the Quot pub ply who la Bible Ficari into set this Quot a 6dnctio�i Are to a he Price Niider Prem amp Al Clear. The Ihu a take away our stands and a Enoe and not a have no Over Coats Bun the pan or of freezing to Beathe query has propounded this Ira cold and Pitu. It has been Why t the City postin in rear overcoats in a Jittu rest of the id Feather these Post inight be so a a tubing along with their packages Bat no overcoats to their. We took occasion Day last week Tacij a one of them by. It was he did no Quot if his reply was that be not allowed to a that it waa a local ii ule i office Here. He did t exactly Knoyer it was but they bad been cautioned not putting on pm overcoat. We pay after concluding that this was simply less and that it would not do for us to Stan in cold weather or we should try Apt to break pne of Quot the subsequently inquired More about this. Jtc8wms that a regulation overcoat for a postman costs from iii try to forty Duars and because some of the postmen Are not ably t6 apply themselves with the desired i hts those who Are Able Are not permitted it Over to Bema the ii wit ing they most All alike. I3 his is discipline with nge Ance. In other it cities we understand postmen generally Wear overcoats. 6 have no. Des to create a Mutiny a the postmen Botwe have no besi Tanuj ring lat in to misery cold weather rate i Don an Over Olaf if ii was one a orb Adrast aside we wive the service Good Bini limit were we Almtea Carr for Tea i Ala Edvind Anapolis a it to on wow go a in i. Jux a Retiz i a Badi a Linda a Jsu full bad in it of a the penalty rather Quot Quot of a Ozien Quot a ref a do tiny Kikm big by v Bonfie from a be City it boy a a vol ibo head it a May of a by. Pm waa Imbt til a Atorlan pttr�tt�ot8?at Tbs pm i Blois Day by it Ubai Bla Yby Ltd a vent in a lit Letterii met Jan Tate ill fms Smik a it nil fat s for some a months Back Grove circulation in. Reference punishment a inflicted upon ref dish Octa at the Belfon Nastory. They were Genera Quot it being eld that aunty sni iii a i wot Ednot permit it thought she we adj herself. At last the be format by get Imd then into the legislature a beet by the solons to investigate we have found these invest Gai Little save a Bill of expense but investigation of is owning rat in quite a Pili Fly la blocs As though the investigators a thus a a a irly struck. The coi Mutee of in vestige ton consists Milf Tepee sent Atiles Edwins chair Mhz , Man a Mcclure and Carr of whiter it a Jappo a birth House. The investigation is hiking Law office of Duncan Smith and Duncan and John so Duliban appears in behalf of the Mana iian of the item oms to Iyanda Board of trustees mrs Thomas a. Hendricks mrs1arles Blob mond and. Mrs. J. W. Dodd who Are prawn at the a lamination As it progresses night after it night. It come fenced on last monday night. To Quot we shall no ass aril for Auto space live to cd a do Ibe the testimony giving. Only the salient mints. Of cd Are the Reader will take into consideration the Chari to Rof the. Witnesses who Tell the fearful isto Riei of their aseged pnnl8hmentiand be Bis own judge of the truth or falsity of the same. _. The first witness placed upon Ite stand was the Well known physician doctor thk0ph�o� pay Van �o5 tothe reformatory for the past dz�v�ar�.-. O punishment Ever came under Bis notice mat it he considered cruel. Had never prescribed that their should be an application of water upon the Prtt amp Neni for certain diseases. Never told any one Imbat Ani itt mate was punished so Beverly a a to suffer in in it he a a Quence did not Tell Ruhn a. Finch so no prisoners sent to the City Hospital on account of punishment received the treatment not so Fiir As he Lii aware harmful to the health of the inmates. Mrs. Smith is superintendent mrs. Johnson has Barge of tha prison and miss Pray of the Reforma Toigo depart Tient. I . Thompsy in i of the Indianapolis journal and pro Wai Large waa the next witness. Had written articles concerns the punishment at the Benior Matour but a they were of. Based on hearsay testimony. A Taew ii attic but sch Iio Ida Haines. When die was fifteen year of age Poi bed a Alsen Ormie Timea one time dilcked., l asked rank Lobo i soil for some iodine fat in a sore thin at fihe Saidl Eom Ludt n have any think that m78. 8mitb had said i could not have anything. Mrs. Smith came and 1 suppose i said something saucy. Shu wrapped Ine Lii the pc toe and taken up stairs Andl was i Don t know that speaking Wasan in fraction of the rules there were no rules for it. Mrs. Johnian and Mik Smith took Down Stair made mtg take of clothes put head a Oder the faucets and let. The water run in face it will breath was nearly gone they did that so Weikl time until the Bath was nearly Fuli. I was never Duke but once i was locked up in loom several times tone time because,.having no a jibes to Wear would not to Down in the wa8li-room-. After i Haid been ducked they took up stairs and in asked up. They gave enough to eat of Good obey gave Entrago to eat of go it old . Toe turned in in Cool weal those they thought the most of oth Hadfy nah the punishment of ducking was commit i Taisho ment upon the a v this witness acknowledged to Bathe Liv in House of prostitution in this Quot City and or plaid had run a Ajr from the Home of the friendless Kreml times that when mrs. Smith slapped her she struck her Back. Mabye. Mundy was put in the before Nabry by her guardian did not know what for. I remember that two a of red Giuria who tried to set the House on fire we re 4ttckibd&Quot with the Hose. They were in the Hall Down stairs when the water was thrown Over water waa thrown Over them for about fifteen minutes. It waa after the fire had been put out. They were not try ing. To get away at the time. The Stream was about half an Inch. The had their clothes that was All the punishment i saw on Side i w As Neilt or punished myself. The throwing of water was coat Side red severe. The Flora Oit. That of Baioa did not do much damage but a fire once it before i a Good Deal of damage that was not started by the same Giru ii of. In i. C. Put in the beep amatory Case step father was there in a or Zilfi in a Ziths. I Wai punished while i was there a another girl quarrelled and ,. A a i was and Hdldn to ans we a i milk a a a mrs. John it threw i be Pitcher lug Htwa Fri after Varda i doctors theni4er i we. Non the Mas Hunt %as8pi�fevei�l/ a id that i Quot at i was we ppm son for a i Over and stamped in .from her Liard. And then they Ufi and Duc Keji and beat a and they Gole Cao of bid was sent tothe i Amine Hlaj it ii said there was nothing the Inai not put in Thelmaj Bhoj Bui floor they no folds tied. My blow Aruck by a Brownf Handis Das. Hr9. Smi a try cd Iri i bad a knife in hand Quot Atad tempted top Trike get these _ once with a Sulpi Rioa Nakeff away a i never Huiard of any re Refl and new or saw any put lip in the institution. Roth Ere Puta shed but not worse than i think to a ski amp hed to severely for the opens est a. Faa d ii Knever any one fat Anisha Attiat thet. Had done wrong but it wat forgoing Haig lib rile things tour. Edwins they. Had. Nth at add vegetables but t cooked.q<i�d-?a it Ai Goodas i Sot at Home. It w8sself-Ribinlhi,4�nd-Fialf the it committed to beep run for Wiam there two Elawar a lag Smiths a Johi Aisne Hega Iipp us i. 1 related Aad part jul can Lam log is a Ftera Karl a a Emre lollies ill at ted firn l Toful by itto nil and to Hamburg edgings and insert rigs largest variety of Choice patterns in the City. Laces Omlei in a now family muslims most popular brands bought in october and of tried at lets than present new York wholesale prices. Pillow Case muslin8 ��-h03ieby and under web at extremely Low prices. A. Dickson amp co. 26 and 28 West Washington St., Quot old Trade Palace Beevi ties. Quot Golm Lead them up and Leht s dream. Deal second. Bummer Why it was summer and John Wellwood was out in the Green Fields with the Nils rippling around him and Laden with the sweets of Arvest tide blowing Over Bim and Cooling his aching brow As in Bis youth when feverish with study he stole away and carelessly roamed for hours across Hill and Glen until his Young warm blood glowed and danced with the grateful excitement. The old Man was not Long recovering heart in such a joyous scene. No indeed. He soon caught himself frisking and Cam Ritj like some lambs in a neighbouring Field an when the recollections of Bis years and usual habits came upon Bim looked quite As sleep ish. He had no great thine to meditate upon the wonderful change from Chapel to Meadow however for at that moment merry a voices struck upon Bis ear and turning to wards the sound be perceived Lor the first time that he was in the grounds but a few Yards Distant from the Garden of a snug cosy farm House and Only separated from it by a Stile. Several persons were approaching some in the act of crossing the Fence Between the grounds and Garden and others waiting and chatting on the opposite Side. Two gentlemen were of the group to rest were ladies. Wellwood started upon noticing one form that of a slight and. Graceful girl and wistfully Bent his Earnest gaze upon her. She was a Young Jady of Twenty Palm but very Dutiful with pensive eyes and Golden hair a a a ranged in. Folds about be Riore Bead the expression of the face wry sad and yet so full of love and sweets a cd serenity that it seemed to speak of Contentment it not of happiness. In her arms she bore a Little child so new to life that it still suggested some idea of the sunnier lands from which it came. A handsome youth belm3d the Young Mother and her babe solicitous by Over the Stile. The other gentleman was a White haired venerable Man of three score years or More whose sober tranquil countenance and somewhat sombre garments showed him to be a minister of re Lippon. Three buxom ladies evidently country bred a with dimples in their Rosy Cheeks and merriment sparkling from their eyes made the Welkin bring again with cheery wholesome laughter. Wellwood was tempted for a moment to turn away Iron the group with Ihu res of aversion and Ofiu use but a softer sentiment soon influenced him an prompted pause with indecision. They Drew nearer and nearer and the old Man would Baye stepped aside to make room for them to a a but somehow or other his presence entirely escaped their notice and Bis formal obeisance half offered met with no response. Wondering at this he himself moved up closer and finally mingled with the rest no one minding him a bit. Quot strange Quot thought he and sided what could come of it. Quot one year ago to Day Quot said the younger to the elder gentleman Apan Quot How full of doubt were Blanche and i for the future now so quickly flown. We could not then Antici Date twelve mortal months of such unalloyed happiness As these have heaven son Quot replied the elder reverently Quot for past and present blessings and Pray that innocence and fullness and abiding peace May Crown your lives. God s world is a Good world Quot father Quot replied the Young Man Quot serenity pervades this Lovely scene. We Are very Happy Here. But on in the Busy world among the marts of men there Are evils to be met and hardships to endure enough to shake our very Faith and make us question the Wisdow of their Providence is just son and its ways Are past finding the girls had drawn together in a Bevy and were gaily making at the. Baby with such frantic gestures and incoherent words As Are usually supposed to create exuberance of infantile spirits and if the piping Crow which greeted them was to be taken As an indication the Bild s Delight was utterly in Bojan ded. The Young Mother was evidently at this that even the elder of the led willingly and heartily i the parity of the Domestic scene and tenderly Over in Dot Mother and upon the girlish brow of a the tiny face of the other with its Boltie a Yea staring so helplessly up into Bis own. 8d.4sensibly did All enjoy the Clear air the Kanaet and the Calm repose of attire that deepened Over them before the Prifty thought of turning their Steps toward Home tend then the Fuu Moon arose and slide b in Raul a a upon the landscape India ing item to linger still longer it on the Way. Quot Nufa and memory no More were As to wish for.�., a. Quot of Barley j Hope that soon will pass Awatar prayer is that b9s.ont la Ttye Darling Only for a moment i Kinder few i info would in Bis a feat. Ho#sihrel3ri la Ngy by that ilme Quot. Jia tid i to it Blanche a devoutly wish for it Fps he cannot know the extent of Bis seek Ita recovery leave All to the Quot fun Tut. Evening see the a to Quot a the Brook a listen Berk Poms 3i�mles Quot Quot Quot Quot i Quot Quot Seiberto be pleased a a vexed Samueol reprobate to a to Quot. As if to corroborate the sentiment wrinkled repeated of table Quot Tea Quot and a tailed so blandly that Bis old Mast rss Nii Rosity revived with All. Ita ancient ardor and he Felt like giving Hini a sound kick for his impudence. Quot hem he int Creed Quot you we urn t have grinned that Way in time ill bit John Wellwood s reign was happily Over and none de particularly sorry on that account either but strolled after Winkles into the cottage a Ellwood Ferias if be would like to follow them and began to wonder at Bis own inquisitiveness but shrewdly snap acted what he subsequently Fps Hhd to be the Case that every movie sent of his was quite involuntary. In obedience to an unseen director he floated in the air like in atom and Wien not in Progress hovered a few inches above the ground. His mind yielded in re Sis Tinsly to the same weird influence Quot and regarded that which went about into re it and intensity it had never known beef or. Wellwood grew to know this after a wbk Elbut could not understand it to the last. For some moments the Ommon bad moved uneasily to and fro like the unsteady pendulum of a clock and now be Felt himself swept and whirled by an irresistible Power in Ercles of a gradually widening extent. Soon the motion grew so rapid As to bring dizziness and stupor until soothed into in sensibility by the -sen8ation, awoke again and rubbed his a yes in wonder. Well might the old Man Start and stare in utter bewilderment. Another transformation had occurred. No Hill a ides. Fields or Trees Are near him now no Rural things at Tel. In the Busy Street of a City be stood and of the crowd that hurried in not one a eared to note Bim. The Day was by Reary and foggy and the moist impressions of myriad feet Lay upon sidewalk and Cross ing and marked the Steps of. Kiouses. It must have been a business Bart in which the old Man was for la in of eager anxious Mien hurried on some with pm is and Bank books in their hands and others leering hungrily ahead. So of these were Stout elderl3 gentleman whose comfortable air was proof positive of Babiane ledgers and snug fortunes men to on visited the vortex of Commerce Jot the. of replenishing their pockets from inexhaustible supplies in Bank. Wellwood s experienced Eye had no difficulty in distinguishing riches gained from inches in perspective and these irom a fortunes lost and others failing none at fill. The build Ings too were Rusty and Smoky except new Marble edifices which towered aloft at intervals in striking contrast Tov their homely Humble neighbors. Laden dry is were driven along the Street drawn by by rss of dispirited aspect and melancholy go it. I Black clots of soot floated in the heavy atmosphere until they neared an unsuspecting nose when they fixed thereon with via Vojtis Pertinacity. One building in i Down whose broken Stone Steps a Man feebly trod attracted Wellwood s notice. A three Story House with thingy dust stained shutters and casements shattered windows and la Ose bricks starting from their sockets everywhere. Portion by the railing were absent from the stoop she Stone Steps were dirty and unsteady the door stood open and Hingel is and the Bell we not in condition to fulfil its functions. The Man attracted the Alt eation of passers by As Well. He reeled As if ii Cheek was Pale and the Eye Ter naturally a Nib so that must Bavta been occasioned than that. His apparel waa of Shab Biness but Well by fully arranged though which impressed Wellwood desperate gnawing of the eagerness of face Weij a than common. Down the Block Oft arose a tall Stract in mediator neighbors. Tov portals the Man wended almost savage., deter through its Entrance hastily and involuntarily where Many clerks we be. Stools behind High dealt volumes full of writing Quot a Little Gate and along a Bede us to an open re Bles and Arm chairs where a important person with Llovera gaze edit a no to the magnate. And a were the Man Btu i it Edi to watch Bim Quot or. Banker ? said the intrusion. I know Bayer tii i came to Appeal to to a by Ralty As a last Treaon fore god a a of Nail than do. So for self Yor but 8ir, wife and Chi vation. Look at met ill air wifi hunger in not Finis bed As they. I it met it tend a Quot a Lan slug a bet i in offi of. creditably i am Nimrie i say a ii Ferpa ii. For your a i cell Quot Ito leave a a or recent Eoa Boia shall .i�?nmnya no you apr _ for Belbis a a / tainted Squok but the a though pre uneven gait Nothe cause the last stage Quot a Cai 17 that embed to is the Abd Mangry cod More. File dub a b above its a a Iti Marble ii Ai with Al owed to Palsce. Up6n tall i>1rougb Hajt Veen Yon did to a a a self Ifni fire and Bim this i new. St mss never die in Mtsat. It i a tar Cand Iisak wild a its to sex iii doped id Yoti i amp ire i. I Florida Crook cigars at the Circle s photos Are the finest made. Uncut papers at 40 cents a Hundred for Sale at the people office. Hugh Mcdonald is on trial in the criminal court. He was the partner of Wallace. Ten pin Alley and Pool room at no. 91 East Washington Street. Lunch daily. Go to Huegele s Oyster House 60 e. Washington Etrat for the Best 25 cent dinner. Get your watches and jewelry repaired at s. D. Cranes 76 East Washington Street. The Boss Max Herrlich s Saloon no. Lis East Washinton Street. Lunch at 10 a. A $1,000 warehouse will be erected on Madison Avenue by the Western furniture company. Call and see the 3 photographs for Flat the new York Galery next to the new York store. Huegele s Fried oysters Are delicious. They can t be beat. Try them at 60 East Washington Street ask your druggist for or. Jordan s lung renovator if you desire to rid yourself of an annoying cough. Or. Rogers vegetable worm syrup instantly destroys Worms and removes the Secre it tons which cause them. The painters of the City Are looking to the establishment of regular prices and a uniform system of measurements. Or. Jordan s lung renovator is a sure cure for coughs and colds. For Sale by All druggists. Wholesale agents. Browning it Sloan. The widow of James n. Tweedy who died from the effects of an Accident on the pan handle Road was paid 575 damages on last wednesday. Walter Brown who escaped from the House of Refuge was returned from Louisville on last wednesday night having been captured in that City. To Morrow afternoon at 3 30 Bishop Teth Ard will deliver a special lecture to the congregation at St Johns upon the theme Quot the existence of Linton Bowman a South Dinois Street junk dealer was arrested on last wednesday for receiving a Quantity of brass stolen from the Vandalia Road by three boys. State treasurer Fleming retires from office on february 10. He has been quite ill for some Days Insomuch that his wife and daughter irom fort Wayne have been with him. Mrs. N. Hirsh Bassett wishes to inform those who desire to frequent her new session in vocal and piano instruction to Call at ent amp prise hotel. Tuesdays and fridays for callers. J. T. Gayther a Carpenter at work on the Bates House last week is among the mysteriously disappeared. His wife at 22 Willard Street will be thankful for any information concerning him. James Buckingham of Snoddy s Mills who was nearly suffocated by going to Bea at the Circle House on last tuesday night with the Gas turned on and not lit is still in a dangerous condition. John a. Tweedy formerly Foreman of the Occidental Barber shop has purchased a shop of his own at 253 East Washington Street where he will give a Hearty Welcome and a number one shave to All who May favor Bim with their patronage. Mrs. Brown s health at the reformatory is said to be excellent and singular to relate she has no More of those troublesome fits. But who would t have fits with their life in danger mrs. A s children have been placed in the orphans Home. Judge Gresham decided one Day this week to surrender the fun Tiv nid Risch who is wanted by. The swirl government a the charge of murder and has forwarded the paper to the state department for which warrant will soon be issued. Mrs. Martha c. Month alleges that she Pur Ohio de tickets for through berths from Little Rock to Indianapolis and that the company having failed to comply with the of tract Between St. Louis and this City she sues the Pullman Palace car company for 95,. August f. Granger Painter got left in Bia suit against Joseph w. Tout for damages sustained while painting the lat a s Bouse a the jury ret turning a verdict for defendant. It seems that the ladder was placed improperly and Granger fell therefrom and hence the should have bad grounds More rely vant thai these. It is thought that John Mckinney the detective has frightened a negro boy out of the City by telling Bim that he was employed by the medical Coll a to procure Quot stiffs Quot and that he would make a very Likely Ono and. That he would probably come around for Bim in the morning. N. Or. J. S. Jordan the Well know i Throat and on week. Office Spencer House Nois and Louisiana Sti Tsi those afflicted with either Throat or lung disease should not fail to Call upon the doctor during his limited stay. Consultation a ree. Or. Frink dentist whose office is Over Al Rbert Gall s carpet store on Washington Street recently performed with. Success the delicate and skilful operation of extracting a lady s tooth removing an abscess and the replacing the tooth which was ont for Boura but restored to its original situation now perform sits allotted in Tieara formerly. It. Or. J. H. Jordan the Well know i in Road d. Lung physician will arrive in on City the first of february and remain Only one. Lek. Office Spencer House Corner Brhlik Felt big a Nongi to shake Bias r Day and Dia this same and also put Iris hand in any thing save kind Hulk. Thomas by Mother the other Day an on. An old woman who came to her Autiat Ance. Thomas is new in the Stone 3td, Aid it is doubtful it he feels near of big As be i ,,day8,and10c. A Bibuld up brim out by Bis i

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