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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - July 15, 1876, Indianapolis, Indiana <4 Circle House. On the european plan for the people. A if Quot by Evender Chalk tib Kennedy. Centrally located. Large Sample booms for com Merdain travellers. First class a Taji Raat to. Del a je24tf _ proprietor g. is amp co or ogres Ai gtd other incur May on Cau upon or and Dree. J. Henry Schmidt Agi 81 South be1.awar�s Street. Indianapolis �pr221c8p3m. Drs. Amp Eaton Culbertson office of. Cekol Iseff Imbt __36 w. Washington bt., my6osp6m Indianapolis a Enterprise hotel 78 to 90, Massachusetts Avenue just opened newly Iura shed. Monthly boarders accommodated at �4 to 86 per week. Jelo 3mlc8p. Jas. Sadain life w. Headquarters Fob o or e e Hollenbeck amp cd h wire works 37 Soili Ili Nolb Street. Jet 8p2m Mozart Hall Saloon. 37 a 39 sonata Delaware Street. Fine wines liquors and cigars at the bar. All brands of imported and Domestic wines and imports de Wildonger and Seltzer Waters by the Case or bottle delivered to any part of the City. John Bosch proprietor. Apr221c8p6m the preacher and the Puddlar. A few years ago a worthy methodist minister of this City accompanied a party of ladies to the Indianapolis rolling Mill upon a sight seeing tour. While there the reverend gentleman was recognized by one of the pud doers when the following theological discussion took place puddle re Quot or. So do you really be Lieve there is such a place As hell Quot or. , sir i have a devout belief that there is such a place commonly called hell for future puddle throwing open the door of a Furnace in which about a ton of Iron was displayed at White heat a Quot Well sir do you believe that hell is Hall As hot As it is in there Quot the reverend gentleman after a glance into the Furnace thoughtfully gazed at his questioner and then responded Quot my Friend it is my honest conviction that if you were in Bell and should drop from there into the Middle of that Furnace you would freeze to death in less than two the answer of the minister now brings up the question As to whether a re embodied spirit would freeze on a journey from hades to Earth during such hot weather As the present. Custer dead died with his boots on with Saber in band and face to the foe his Gallant form gone Down in the. Storm leaving a Fame White As the driven Snow a betrayed and confounded yes entangled and surrounded at his Post where the Flag flaunted he died As he lived undaunted i can hear his Clear Clarion voice and see the Flash of his Brilliant eyes while urging his faithful comrades on. Seeking to be the first who Dies his yellow hair streamed on the air his hat was off his Noble head was Bare a As at the Battle of Cedar Creek he Lead the Van when dead were thick As autumn leaves in sad november. A do eds like these we All remember Back from the charge of death greater than that of the six Hundred bearing an Hundred bloody wounds while the voice of the Battle thundered. Driven against the Mountain Side no Way to flee no Nook in which to hide a Brave As Crocket at the Alamo he blanched not at the Yelling foe. Quot Forward Quot Quot Forward Quot he wildly cried they who remain Are at his Side of god what a fearful hour on either Side a Loving brother looking to him for Hope and help As a child leans on its Mother. He covered them with his flashing sword cutting his Way through the Demon horde Brave heart your Battle hour has come you hear no More the throbbing drum. He fell fell where the Flag flaunted and died As he lived undaunted when the Days of Fate Are ended of for a place like this to die facing my country s foes sword in hand giving the Battle cry Custer America s marshal Ney the bravest of the Brave we Lay immortal honors at thy shrine a died at his Post Kell in the line Bugle s blast and flags flaunted and he died As he lived undaunted horse notes Lor the people by a horseman. Race sleet links for 1s76 july. Nashua Iowa. 3�?4 Chester Park. Cinti 11�?14 Dayton ohio3�?5 Columbus Ohio 18�?21 Cynthiana ky4�?8 j Chicago 11118�?21 Detroit mich4�?8 aeveland.o25�?28 Faribault Mich. 8�?9 i August. Buffalo n y.,.1 4 Dixon 1111�? 4 Tiskilwa 111.8�?11 Freeport hi�8�?12 september. Mendota 11115�?18 Earlle 11122-25 Bock Island 111 29 sept. 1 Dubuque iowa_____1�?9 Quincy 11118-20 Kansas City to 18-23 Burlington iowa19�?22 Dayton ohio25-29 it. Jackson items. Amusements. The manner Hor society will picnic at Wright s farm on the Mooresville Pike on sunday next. William Lee Eli Boback and Perce Bozier passed wednesday night and thursday at Broadb pie returning yesterday with a lot of turtles of the soft Shell variety. They also caught a Hundred or so red eyes which they cooked and ate on the ground. They had a wet but agreeable time notwithstanding the dampness. The boys Gre yanking tremendous cat fish from their Trot lines in the neighbourhood of the Bridges. The Workingman and women will give a grand Ball and festival at Washington Hall on monday evening next. The Public generally Are invited. Tickets have been placed at 81 Academy of metropol Tan orchestra will have a compute atari Benefit at the Academy this evening. A number of amateurs and professionals have tendered their services in the entertainment which in conjunction with the metropolitan company will make i he programme an excellent one. Tee Plenke Given by the holy innocents on thursday at the Arsenal Grotins was a Success nut withstanding the inclement weather. Trio o. A., owing to the warm weather have discontinued dancing until fall. The that they Are still dancing at Occidental Hall is incorrect. They have nothing to do with the dances that Are being Given at that Hall. Grand opera the warm weather messes. Goodrick 4s Lipman will commence a series of delectable entertainments at this theatre on monday next Especial arrangements have been made for the thorough ventilation of the House to that now it is tue coolest in the City. The company will include messes. Goodrich amp Lipman Fannie Beanez everybody s favorite a Ziady of Brilliant accomplishments properly called Quot the pet of the Public Quot Annie Fox a most piquant vocal Fly of the Serio comic school miss Barry Durel the local debutant in a Choice selection of operatic gems Geo. A. Beane. The King laugh maker w. Schneider Annie Hathaway Edwia g. Beane messes. Homer a be Holly the Barker Brothers Tom. Warfield Ned Williams Nelue Wright to Gether with a full dramatic company and Beissenherz famous brass band and orchestra. The programme will consist of a rousing comedy a Beautiful specially Olio and the Best Border drama of the Day grizzly Adams a grand picturesque production during the action of which blood does not flow in Torres powder being entirely ignored. This is an exhibition to suit All tastes and the present depressed state of the Money Market to the extent that a most excellent show will be Given for the nominal admission fee of Twenty five cents. Matinees for the accommodation of families will be Given on wednesday and saturday. The St. Louis grand Firor makes a clean breast of it. Washington d. A. July 13.�?Fox was before the whisky committee again to Day and testified that he told the president All that transpired in the grand jury room at St. Louis when Babcock was indicted the fact was also elicited that the president had appointed Fox s Twenty two year old son Foa Consulship in German As a recompense for his service in Tara by the people s own correspondent. A singular combination of circumstances once induced Dave Darnell to tear off a Large Section of Wal paper. Ask Dave to Tell you about it. Sam Tinsman celebrated the 4th of july with an attack of asthma. That other fellow Quot tells us in the last Issue of the people that Andy took her to the concert and Quot was it afraid either Quot but neglected to note the fact that be also took her to the Parade on the 4th of july. It is evident that fear is an element entirely foreign to Andy s nature. Green Apple time will soon be upon us and the number of stomachs that will be made to ache is fearful to contemplate. Who was it that said or. P. Was the Laziest Man in town Chris. Lipusch waxes red in the face talking politics and is rank for Cooper. As Chris goes so goes Wayne township and perhaps the Union. Mrs. S. Has a pet dog which she dotes on Muchley. Jim Webb says it s All very Nice to have something to love but in order to do that he must have something to put his Arm around. Discussions political religious Etc., Are held nightly at Strotham s grocery Between or. Carter and or. Deem. The show is free and All Are invited. Miss e. W. Is the Champion croquet player of it Jackson. Pedro. Revealing what transpired. At Admiral Yale the celebrated dutch come Dian has made a second engagement Cretae s City Garden where he will reappear in his great specialities next monday Quot even ing. For Peerless paper patterns go to 50 North Ili Inoia Scheet St. Charles Block. For Brown s r6tary shuttle machine Call at 50 North Illinois Street St. Harlis Block this machine is no to be the Cro Wuicik a i a Eipel ip.fiewliimjsq-ahlflm., it 18 us Mph Pil pipe in Mealii Anelcia which is to live Quot not id a Day but of All i n thai m at a Tik of min a i Aas to he Ware and of go a m it blk Warta iat 58 North Penn Tyr a mrs tags been sold by Patti in a a a pm to j. W. Johnson it co. The a a Wiita a a a re Stipd or Ihde a did dents to cd Merg but amp in a of cute quid a or a a Large Asli Lackor Tiit us Difiore a Tsiona to task Mach a and a thai a re the Chilt fated tib Odil up by Lee Bon at 60 West toe Tiiu Littre 00 try a he Neffle of to Otevia in it a Iii cab a tit ining the package = v j a i Kitchen it Jacob Voegtle i no. 87 East was Etc a /. Quot la a him Llis 39>i Earit Wihlm a Street of in a Gilfe fit a cutting to test Frol system of Dreste cutting. Eve a a Yii a City should attender a Billy and Maggie Ray song Ance and sketch artist a an engagement at Crone s City Garden on the 24�h inst. For the people. At the convention. , july 12. Editor people a a Large portion of the Marion county congressional delegates left on the j <1. A train for Greencastle arrived about 8 a. In., found a Beautiful Village and strolled our Way to the Central House. After registering our names to the hash Book the orders came for All the Marion delegates to proceed to the court House. On our arrival we found judge Harry Adams in the chair and a jury consisting of r. C. Hawkins col Wiles and William Boaz. Lamme and Ketcham were the attorneys for the state and gen. Mcginnis for the defense. Gen. Fred Kneffler was put on the stand and questioned by Ketcham questions How old Are you answer Twenty one years old. and where did you get the Beer a Saloon kept by a Man named Owens this morning. it Good bad or indifferent was not fit for a hog to drink. Q,.�?by Mcginnist did you drink any what you and i drank. There being but one witness the Case went to the jury. They returned after a three hours stay with a verdict of guilty of drinking hog Beer. Judge Adams Wae not satisfied with the charge so he took the Case from the jury and placed the witness under Bonds for one Keg of Beer to appear at a Saloon around the Corner. At 2 p. The convention was called to order by col. N. A Ruckle. Things went on until the Putnam county delegates raised a rumpus in their own ranks. They put me in in ind of a lot of indians having a War dance. Their delegates ought to have some respect for themselves and for the convention. It would be advisable not to hold any More Republican conventions in Putnam county. Such conduct will disgrace any party. They have selected one of the Best men in the District. Everybody is Well pleased with the nomination and you could hear on All Corners Quot Hurrah for John Hanna Quot at noon we called at the engine House and found or. Chris Kuhle the Engineer of a Silsby engine and a few More of the fire boys. They were pleased to see us and gave us a the information we desired. Their new Coats and hats look Well. Chris says by gosh Dot Beetle Engin is the Best Beetle Login in de state i Youst take Dot Beetle Eugin and i will beat Dot Latta Engin All to de divil. Dot Latta Engin get up steam quicker but Dot Silsby will do More work den All de Latta engine in Chris is a Good dutchman and likes soda. Enoch Warman bad the misfortune of losing the Fine filly foal by hambletonian Tranby out of Kate by Blue Bull last saturday. Last monday or. Snow s Ruad horse became frightened of Delaware Street Bridge upset the buggy throwing or s. And another gentleman out and ran away. Neither a nor horse were injured but the buggy is a buggy no More. The Trainer and rider of the race horse Kisber the Winner of the last English Wierby received from the Over of the horse 15,000-the Trainer to Ltd 0 and the rider $5,000. The recent sales of thoroughbred yearlings in Kentucky Are convincing proofs of the solid and rapidly increasing Prosperity of the turf in this country and the character of the principal purchasers is sums client evidence of its respectability. Among the bidders at Alexander s arid Banford s we find the names of Belmont Baldwin we. Astor Withers p. Lorilard g. Lorillard Cammack Bernard Mcdonald Cottrill Cameron Grinstead we Daniel gov. Bowie major Doswell Etc. The Colts by Lington and Glenelg sold the Best the average of six by Lexington being Over 91,800, and the average of the sous of Glenelg Over �1,700. The highest priced Lexington was bought by or. Cammack for �4 000, and he next highest Oue by or Astor for $2,300, and the same gentleman bought the highest priced Sou of Aust Runau the brother to Fel Rowcraft for �8,100. A Lexington filly out of bag less by Glencoe was purchased by or. Mcdonald for $2,600. A Sanford s Sale two of the sons of Imp. Glenelg brought Over 83,300 each and one of his daughters was knocked off to a. Cammack for $2,700. About one Hundred and fifty head of thorough bred yearlings have been disposed of by auction in the past three weeks at an average Price three times As great As that obtained at any Sale of trotting Stock within the Lasi. Year. The six a ear old stallion coaster owned by our Friend Hook of Paris ky., is earning for hims ii a splendid reputation in the West. His first appearance in a race on this Side of the River was at the late meeting at Peru where he won in the 2 35 class capturing Glrst Money in straight heats and making a record of 2 27>. From Indiana he went to Michigan where he has been successful in every Start and lowered his record to 2 26the edit r of the Chicago Field saw coaster Trot at East Eia Gizaw Mich., and talks about him As follows Quot for a Trotter he is by Alt Odds the Best new one the West produces this year. We have seen horses walk under the wire and win but never Belore have we seen a horse that could Stop and sponge out and walk under and win. Coaster at Saginaw stopped Long enough to sponge and take a Dunk neither of which however did be do and walked out a Winner in 2 30. This horse can beat the Best stallion record any Day that he and Tutu in Are right and he looks As though he would not be very particular except As to rack. He is As Une Xci Able upon the track As a fam ily horse on the Road and to ail appearances As thoroughly and kindly broken. His Stock went up from one to five thousand a Day for the Intuit two or three Day we were at Saginaw. He is a Trotter any Quarter of the route and if he cannot be beaten to the half mile pole More than three lengths it is Good Odds to Bei fair he can t be beaten Home. The 2 26 class in the big circuit will bored hot if any one can beat coaster Quot coaster was sired a Caliban a son of Belf s Mam Brno Pilot first dam by Canadian second dam by Imp. Yorkshire third dam by Woodpecker sire of Grey liable. Last wednesday on South Illinois Street we saw hooked to an Ordinary huckster Wagon with a cheap harness and a couple of Coffee sacks Aoi ois his Back in lieu of a Fly net the noted stallion Albion the fire of vanity fair whose Tro Ting record is 2 24x, and Many other fast ones. Albion himself was a Trotter too in his younger Days was in the race with Ericsson when that horse made Nis record of 2 31, and before being retired to the stud vat looked upon As a promising racer. Poor old horse if possessed of the intelligence Man is disposed to Accord your kind you have not forgotten the kind treatment the soft Beds warm blankets and careful nursing of your training Days nor the words of Praise from backers and the Pattings and caresses of your grooms after Many a Good performance upon the turf and the fall from such a High estate to the position of a common Drudge is indeed humiliating to the Equine Pride. A to what base uses May we come at Enoch Warman has sold out and retired from the firm of Wood Isi Warman livery Sale and feed stable court Street Bui will in a few Days open the new stable opposite the East Market House. Marshall Palmer has brought his trotting horse Home. The race in which he was entered Ai Chicago failed to fill. Or. Williana. Parker had a horse driven to death on the fourth sued the inhuman Driver for damages and obtained judgment on last wednesday for so. This Aiter Noou the Iro Ting race for a purse 0. $100 Given by col. Stewart of Chapin amp Gores comes off Over exposition track. Five horses Are entered and All will s directory. Daft Feii to attend the St Cost the High bred Young trotting stallion bal Rownie will serve a limited number of mates during the sea Eon of 1876 at the exp Meitlon grounds Indianapolis. Or do to insured m Money due As Boon u the Mare is known to be in foal. Description and be Digbie. Bali Ownie is a Beautiful dark Bay 16 hands High splendid Bone and muscle very swish and a natural Trotter. Bal Rownie was bred by Joseph Patterson of jessamine of Una ky., and sired Balsora. Isi dam by Garratt s a Ron Duke by Cassinis Clay 2d dam by Mcdonald by Scott so hand so dam by cripple by medic by american eclipse. His sire Balsora was by Alexander s Abdal Lith me Quot site of Goldsmith maid 1st dam by Vincent Nolte son of american eclipse 2d dam Mavis by Wagner so dam by medic by american eclipse 4th diam a Blackburn s whip 5thdamby Sumpter Isth am Rago by imported shark 7th dam Gunilda by Star 8th dam Virago by the Panton arabian Etc. See Bruce s american stud Book bal Rownie is half brother to Kentucky Central that trotted at Cynthiana Kentucky last fail As afo tir year old in 2 31, and to Many other fast and game Young Trotters. Selking amp Springsteen a piste oers. B. S. Strader Iti raining Sale and commission state no. 87 x Limestone Street bet Reen Barr and Short streets Lexington by. Special attention Given to train Ling Selling and shipping Stock. Maris by s. W. Patterson livery feed and Sale stable rear of 285 and 287 North Mississippi Street. Horses boarded by the Day week or month. First class livery Stock always on hand for hire may27 3m clearance Sale of the clothing store. No. 3 West Washington Street. A great Tarley of Luster Ovato ans White Vesto on a Quot a a publican ticket. Ratio Hal. For president Hon. Rutherford b. Hayes of Ohio. For vice president Hon. William a. Wheeler of new York. Piil lips of Hong livery feed and Sale stable Between Tennessee and Mississippi and first and second Street. Horses boarded on reasonable terms. Buying and Selling horses a specially. Colts carefully broke and wild or vicious horses subdued and trained. Also no. 1,livery Stock for May so Ojomo. 1 i lib Cilby stable livery feed and Saie no. 18 Dicle Street horses kept by the month week or Day. Go Oil rigs always on hand for hire Jan of a Tate. For governor Godlove 8. Orth of Tippecanoe. For lieutenant governor Robert s. Robertson of Auen for judges of the supreme court is . P. Edson. Of Posey. 2d c. Vori of Lawrence. 3d . Newcomb of Marion. 4th dist John f. Kibbey of Wayne. For Secretary of state. Isaac p. Watts of Randolph. For auditor of state William Hess of Hendricks. For treasurer of state George f. Herriott of Johnson. For attorney general Jonathan w. Gordon of Marion. For reporter of the supreme court Levin t. Miller of Warren. For clerk of the supreme court Charles Scholl. Of Clark. For superintendent of Public iks auction Oliver h. Smith of Spencer. Je2416t. B. J. Treat a Zealier in trotting and Fine harness horses 1/no. 116 East Short Street Lexington by. Keeps on hand and for Sale. Single horses and pairs. Trotting and gentlemen s roadsters a specially. Stallions and Brood mares of the Best families of running and trotting blood always on band and for Sale. Horses trained at reasonable rates. Marl sly. A. A Jackson. A unon Sale feed and livery stable. 40 East i. Maryland Street Indianapolis ind. Sales daily Public and private. Peter Black act r. Dec251y Caspar Doenges. James Frank Royal Tea store. Doenges amp Frane dealers in a coffees sugars amp spices 243 Inoima at�3i1j�, Frank s Block lad Lanaous ind. Jyl54t Rumain Merrick Southside live Board and Sale stable Ruomei South and Illinois streets one Square South of Union depot the place to buy or sell your horse the finest carriages in the City for wedding and other parties. Ocso by John t. Pr�8�iy, a a in by boarding and Sale stables no. 80 Zouri in Street Between Tenn Sylvania and Delaware its. Indianapolis Indiana. Oct23 by horse he or to iry. X. Y. Z. Browning amp Sloan of the old reliable drug Palace nos. 7 and 9 East Washington Street Are in constant receipt of that patronage deserving so meritorious a firm. If you Are in doubt As to exactly what you want just take a walk through their Mammoth establishment and you will not fail to find the very tiling sought after. A a i by moored. R. R. Rouse has Rem Yed to 19 West Marj tend Street where. Orders Fot drive ii Wells should be left. The United states court for the District of Indiana decided that r. R. Rouse is the sole and Etc Iusie owner of the driven Well Patent. Under this decision it is idiot Safe to contract for the driven Well with my other party than mrs Rouse. Col. J. Caffee s Fine thoroughbred yearling ally by imported Billet out of Josephine by hol Trino. Died last week at Greenland trotting Park Louisville ky., with rather a singular malady. She was in a thriving condition had shown no sign of sickness but one morning in the Early part of the vet a col. Caffee found her standing aloof from the other horses in the pasture frothing at the Mouth and her Tongue cold and stiff. Medicines were administered but of no Avail and she died the following Friday More than one half of her Tongue rotting or sloughing off Blore death. The Champion trotting stallion smuggler Vaa Given a trial recently at Belmont Paryj and showed Amile in 2 20, trotting the last Quarter in 33 seconds. J. E. H., of no. 3 Talbott Block who is an expert in horse flesh has scooped in Boss Ham Quot a promising three year old gelding of excellent blot a. Sire Rysdyk s hambletonian dam by James b. Clay s Mambrino chief grand dam by american eclipse. He is a Beautiful blood Bay with dark Points hands High endowed with Superior Range find muscular Power. Joe says when he is thoroughly broke some of the Good ones will take the dust. Kattenhorn s stables Are just now the Center of attraction for horse fanciers. Of an evening quite a crowd collects on Bird Street in front of th0 stable to see the Kentucky horses take their exercise. Or. A c. Graves who brought the animals therefrom the Kentucky Blue grass capital takes great Pride in showing the youngsters and handles them with the skill of a Veteran Trainer. They Are All very Tine Well bred and some of them show great Speed for their age and Promise to be fast at Long Branch on the 8ih inst Burgos by Imp. Hurrain won the dash of one mile and one eighth in 2 02 beating a Large Field and finishing in a a Burgos was the competitor of Kadi at Hartford Connecticut last september in a race of mile heats which was won by Kadi in 1 42 4, li41 4, the fastest mile fastest second heat and fastest two heats Ever run the Young son of Hurrah Yas a very close second in the first heat and in the next their Heads were of close together that the judges Lound it Dif Licus to decide which horse really won. George Washington like the majority of English and american statesmen was a great admirer of Fine horses and not Only attended popular running race a net Tings but his diary is full of allusions to his love of out Dobr exercise especially Riding and driving upon the Road he always kept a Nike stud of horses and his stable was the object of pfc Especial attention. The grooming of his Charger As a justly describes it was a serious affair. The night before they were Ridden they were covered Over with paste of which Whiting was the principal component. The animals were then swathed in body clothes and left to sleep on clean Straw. In the morning the composition had become hard was Well rubbed in turned and bushed giving to the Coa s a Beautiful Glossy and Satin like appearance. The hoofs were then blacked and Irol shed the Mouths wasted Teeth picked and cleaned and the Leopard skin housings being adjusted the chargers were fit for service. John kitchens is the Model horse Shoer of Indianapolis his place is always thronged with customers a the result of Good work Square dealing and paying the Printer. After the trotting race is Over at exposition ground this afternoon the Fine Young Kentucky Stock brought Here by or. C. C. Graves will be exhibited on the track. Or Shultz has the Best stables on the fail grounds and those who have entrusted horses to his care Are Well pleased with his treatment it is a great Benefit to horses that have been kept in the City on dry feed for a Long time 10 have occasional baits of grass. Or. Shultz proposes to take a few More horses at his stables feed them Good Hay and Grain with grata once or twice a Day and drive them upon the track if desired and at about the Price Cli arged for keeping at feed stables. We can commend or s. To the Public. James Jenkins late of the firm of Mansfield amp Jenkins has opened a horse shoeing shop at no. 178 East Market Street where he will be pleased to see his old customers and As Many new ones As want the Best of work done. None but the Best of workmen employed. Jelo 3m new training stables. It h. Boyce has opened training t. Position grounds and from a Long experience in training and driving Trotters feels assured of his ability to give perfect satisfaction to All who May entrust their horses to his care. Terms reasonable. Jil24 of jyoti4e of administration notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Marion civil circuit ourt of Marion county Indiana administrator of the estate of we Sweinhart late of said county deceased. Said estate is sin posed to be solvent. We. T. Sweinhart administrator. Jui7io.is76. Jyl5 3t a Lii Riffin ��. Sheriff s Sale by virtue of a certified cd i it a of re the Fea of Stu Marion , Indiana in a Caum where sinker Davis amp com any ii jul fed defend nth resum to of Flye Hundred an�lffi�o�dx�o2 bidder i a a a pc w uie highest on sax Klimay this 5th Day of August a. 1876. In Quot Ock a a and 4 o clock p Moi said a at the door of the court Hou of a Ron count Indiana the rents and pro few amp to years of the flu owing Fri Yin a Quot 54 in j. Ridenour s subdivision of a part of the East half of the Southw a in township fifteen of North of Range four 4eai get let ing North of Wash i ton Street and East of Arsenal Avenue. In they of Indiana Lis in Marion county Indiana. No diff interests and costs 1 win at the same time and Olace Eximina to Bic said the Lee simple of said rest a much thereof As May its sufficient to discharge Sid decree Mie rests and costs. a a said Sale win be made without any Relief whatever from a Lauon or appraisement Laws i ner. Steritt of Marion county. July 14, a. 187t. Iyl5 3t Young amp Brown attorneys for plaintiffs. Boxen to. July 1st, 1875, six fat hogs the owner can have by applying to the chief of police or the Central station a. C. Dewey. Indianapolis july 11,1876. By 15 of Oculi St and Aurisel j. Livingston Thompson Jii i-office�?59 West Washington Street office Honri 8to 11 a. a 2 to 6 p. A sundays 8 to Only. Dec257m Musk to Eirts. Publio silk of first class hambletonian trotting Stock including the famous stallions hambletonian messenger son of Rysdyk s hambletonian hambletonian Tranby hambletonian Margrave formerly the property of l. Curtis at exposition Park Indianapolis ind.,thursday, july 20, Ai 10 b cock a. Send for catalogue. Jy8 2t Fred c. Bollman 107 East Washington stale of horses. By virtue of the Laws of the state of Indiana and in conformity thereto i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 29tn Day of july a. 1876, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 4 o clock p. Of said Day at a stables on court Street Between Pennsylvania Oil Delaware in the City of Indianapolis Marion county Indiana the following described property to wit one sorrel Mare 8 years old 15 hands High. One Bay horse 8 years old 15% hands High. One sorrel horse 73 years old 15 hands High. One Roan horse 8 years old 14 hands High. One Bay Mare 9 years old 15j4 hands High. One Bay horse 8 years old 15 hands High. One Roan Mare 7 years old 153> hands High. One sucking Colt said Stock being the property re levied of George w. Blue in the cause of Williim c. 8mo.k is. Benjamin f. Gerard George w. Blue and Ben Man Swallow and left in my care by the sheriff of Marion county to await the judgment of the Superior court. Such Sale is made to satisfy a Lien i hold on said Stock for feed and care of the same. Jy8 3t John t. Pressly. Grand opera House for a Short season Only commencing monday. July 17, Goodrich amp Lipman s Mammoth vaudeville exposition calling into requisition at least 25. Specially stars. 25 together with a full and carefully selected dramatic company. Beissenherz s Mode Quot orchestra and brass band of eleven Solo artists. General admission 25 cents children under 12, 15 cents. Matinees every wednesday and saturday. Entire change of Bifi thursday. For further particulars regarding the style of entertainment names of artist Etc., see Large Bills and posters. Metropolitan theater co Bibb Washington and 8is open. Every evening with a Forsti specially and dramatic compari new stars every week. Admission ise 35r, soc 7sc and. Sep4tf Draenert s concert and billiard sail no. 68 East Washington Street free concert entertainments every Forenoon and evening by first class artists. Quot free lunch daily at 10 a. Fine wines liquors and cigars at the bar be 24 by. A ? i at Lintio Jarp cers. Tousey amp Wiggins Hye ripened for the reason at 27 and Switki Pennsylvania a rat with it Large cd ski of Choice Huo a augur cared meat breakfast Bacots pie family lard �tc., which the offer la jobs dig lot8 at lowest Market Phi one. A drive Weuell cant ohm ii he Indianapolis railway Supply Ponier Pany hereby caution persons August Cru tracking with other parties for dil Ven Wells. They Are the exclusive d infers of All patents of same and will . A of Prpish win Guttri a onh against who Siuy order Wei. Of them. Inizia Apo Ufi a 28 and 30 East Georgia Strib i. Under the hotel Batet a acknowledged by All to be the tobacco Kinig. The constant at Earia of Trade trim Early Gioffi till Lafe at daily spe4ka cd Quito a for to in clues Boyce amp Richardson refused an offer of $1,760 Caw for the trotting stallion rival during the past week. Browning s John b. Will be shipped to Columbos Ohio to Day. He trots in themes which commence Tipiere on the 18 the inst Marion won the 2 80 Trot at grand topics midb., this week in straight heats. Oak pot Najr ing one too h with Gre. Out a and up Wanda. For Gold a ii in to by Hojui Ianis for an upper or lower Seff Lif the pith on rub Berr Best Quaty. ,. All work farm. Atsuta errand it amp co a Dent i boo Xoa. a a. Blishel Isth. A female Feria in Btij a St we of by to a Gre a at Tratz Tion at Crone a a Citer a Kirdy ii a very Niht of next week. Fans and i cd Breu aii at the $ store. Internet this to to Ranmon. Horse owners should not fail to Call at Biel or s harness and saddlery emptor pm 18 North Ioe Laware Street and examine the St a Joist received. The Liew Stock in brai All Tje Lff Tiest styles in Horte clothing Dii sters Bhagi Matsi fit nets Etc., Ai a finality Ait id cheapness in prices is not excels a the West. Remez bet it that you can have you Lilium Centennial ties and slippers Middle to or Dir at ail Way s shoe parlor in room no. 8, a do Jen s exch Tnge Block opposite the grand opera House this has been a special British of his in Dayton Ohio for the past ten a efts. Calli and leave Yotter to assures attic have Yohr c qts and bunions fitted. Quot Quot the o Donohue has take ii the stage Man. Broth cd tilter a it ii a. On saturday july 29.1876, 4 and 8 o clock p.m., i win sell at m my stable. No. 4s oat Street one to a a count of Ilea i have against so cd Borie for my of same and left in my posset soil by one James pow Aid. Iyl58t up. Good. A. A a it Paige the subscriber hereby a a not Celiat in he will in accordance with ,3 of the License Law of 1876, maw Appu Catlow to the Board of commission in of Marion ctr qty at to befit we Iota in 1976. For a i Oense to sell in toil olt taig vinous Miaw rib rec re he will in acc it Malm a the 8%f the i Root 1875, make application to the boat iof cd Suo Aik it age mental Crone s City Garden with great per of Secu Promise of Success to himself tie Public card gtd Flajs the proprietor. A Tonew old Marion a Putty at their.9i8e�iin a a i and let less 4nanttuija of to be Rani ten the premises the pm Eite a liquors Are to be sold is on the you tum the Osili a of Rural Street at a Clifford Aven atthe Northwest Comer of the East Hall the Northwest Una re of Section five. Town dip a teen North of Range four East in Centre staf of in Diana. Riling by �ojei3el.  jyl53t a a \ a a. A. Helfer one lessor to we Mon a a Kupev Man Feu Turer of first class carriages Belga is is tetons mme a. A Complete Stock always on hand and All kinds vehicles made to order. A a rept ring a specially 36,38, 30 and 88 so Atli venues see Street Indian spot is ind. Jurj b has if s Sale virtue of certified code of p a decree to me directed from the clerk of the so error Urt of Marion county Indiana in a cause din in a a Jig Bank of Indiana i a a. Is Plax nuff. And Richard c. Campbell it Al Are , it Quiring me to make the sum of Twenty the Hundred and Twenty five dollars and ten Cenis Wiki merest on Taia decree and Cost i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder a pop a at on saturday the 5th Day of August a. 1876, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 4 o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Manon county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the fou owing real estate to wit a lot number thirteen 13 and the North half of lot number ten 10 in Mccarty s subdivision of out lot number one Hundred and thirteen 113 in the City of Indianapolis in Marion county Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree it rests and costs 1 will at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interests and costs. Said be will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Albert reis6wer, sheriff of Marion county. July 14, a. .1876. By it John a Judah attorney for . Sheriff 8 Sale by virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county Indiana in a cause wherein Lewis w. Haaseman is , Aud Julia l. Fitzgerald it Al Are defendants requiring me to make All such sums of Money As in said decree set Forth and specified with interest on said decree and Cost i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 5th Day of August a. D., 1s6, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 4 o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following real estate to wit lot number three 3 in Lucien Hayden s first subdivision of Block eighteen 18in Johnson heir s addition to Indianapolis in Marion county Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree interests and costs i jul at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the. Fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interests and costs. Said Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Albert Reissner. Sheriff of Marion county. A julyl4,a. D ,1876. Iyl5 3t Lamme amp Boaz Laird Denny Mcclain amp Baker Bradbury amp Ballenger attorneys for . Sheriff s Sale by virtue of an execution to me directed from the clerk of the Superior x Urt of Marion county Indiana i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 5th Day of August a. 1876. Between the hours of 10 o clock a a and 4 o clock p a of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exec eng seven years of the following real estate to wit lots number Twenty seven 2 n and Wrenty eight 28 in Block number six 6 in he Ubbard and Couett s second addition to North Indianapolis also lots number Twenty seven 27 and Twenty eight 28 in Block number seven 71 in Hibbard and Collett s second addition to North Indianapolis All in Marion county Indiana. Anon fail Teto Ramze the Fuu a it of judgment interests and cosl8/-i will a my same time and place expose at Public Sale the Iee Iii Isle of said real estate. Taken As the property of Andrew at the suit of Ejohn c. Shoemaker. Sal Daile ii Rill made without any Relief whatever from Viu Natton or appraisement Laws. A Albert Reissner. Sheriff Marion county. July 14, a. D., 1876. Jyl6 3t h. Clan Darnell attorney for . Sheriff s Sale by virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Superior court of Marion county Indiana in a cause wherein Joseph Tilford it Al Are plaintiffs and Walter Good it Al Are defendants requiring me to sell the several lots therein and hereinafter described for the purpose of making out w each of the same the sum of two Hundred and sixty Catt a my a Tobt. Al tracts of Titi a. We. C. Anderson abstracts of Nice to Teal estate in Marion county Diana rooms i and 5, Moore s Block 88 East Market Street notary Public and general conveyancer commission of of deeds for the state of Pennsylvania. Janl6 Lyuh. Amp a sir Batty abstract Oft Tureand Lei is Etc office Loqui 9 and 10 Baldwin s Block. Brown s abstract office 70ebst Market Beteet a Wright b blk a a. A Sest abstracts town a in the City a to �4ly the Fallert and Are Forai bed a eth la of / t a a u. A jfijs9w� of the of Glass inst tool to in peace Bookie Thorp Rock linked by Teet near Delavan to Siy a it fit Jiu Ttoe of the Peael i a it. A Matt it Aiu Tivi .,.�?� f�ticiaifif�.-. A i ii Fot do Job a. Viraj Jiuu Sai Paoli Quot 0 , nol it air it it amp East Itie i of Qew lung a from Rai To it a. ,<kiid.iro2t p. To 7 p. V Ilii to p. Kkt Jham Miyo Iclyn _ Ciao ii in Tahti incl Anapolle 8 to ii a ioi2to4-t>jia a 7 to 9 p. Ofte Houis if nine dollars five cents and interest from the Date of judgment in said cause and the costs As chargeable against each of said lots i win expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 5th Day of August a. 1876, Between the hours of 10 o clock a a and 4 o clock p Of said Day at the door of the court House of Marion county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exc Eming seven years of the following real estate to wit lots numbered ten 10eleven full twelve 12thirteen 13lorieen 14fifteen 15. Sixteen 16seventeen 17eighteen 18nineteen 19twenty 20twenty one 21 and Twenty two 22 in Tilford and thrasher s East addition to the town of Irving ton in Marion county Sta e of Indiana. If the rents and profits of and of said lots will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy the debt so chargeable to said lot with interest and its share of the costs i win at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of such lots or so much Hereof As May be sufficient to pay such debts Inte rests and costs. A a. Saud Sale will be Madie without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Albert Reissner sheriff of Marion county. July 14, a. D., 1876. V a -jyl5 3t 6. Mclain attorney for plaintiffs. A a a 1. J us. I Quot i it jilt. Ii. A. J. A Pluto i. A. Of Lee to Virginia 3ge7nd wui�tte�o4aufeallsinthedty it jul Meiy la mss it. At Mil uni a Dilord Lanaea it of Jerome ii and Cleome of no m txheoinatiflmivaitdiyamlyili.disea�m�onecily4iiimonil by a elect Ila a pedal offlooliqiin4n�b.jktoftp. or v a Viji 1 i o it Oitim a i s10,000.w<mrthof>siai�4o build Quot Pafe �70,000 Worth of Sash blinds and make ,. ,000 Worth of lumber to sell at the i capital City planing Mill at less prices than at any other place in the Day. Call and see us at 817 Massachusetts Avenue. W. Hildebrand . F. Com Secretary and treasurer Maris 8p6m chs Riff s 8jtu>- virtue of an execution to o me direct Atiyota the clerk of the civil circuit oort of a toil Donn Tyr Indiana i win expose at Lublic Sale to the highest bidder on Batty Day Trie 5th Day of August a. A. 1876, Bette Tibe Bohnof i0oci�. A and 4 o it Doc t �,m.,, l of the court Boose of Marion comity Indiana the rents and profits for a term note Eedeng seven years of the Folly Witzig a a Tate for wit lot number sixty of get 68 in s. T. And a e. Fletcher s addition to the City of Indianapolis Mari on county Indiana. ,. And on failure to realize the foil Amstut of judgment interest and costs i will at the same time Aud place expose of Publio Sale them simple of said real taken As the property of Hiram Altland at the suit of William Zumpol said Sale Relief Abate Vertron Tiju Ahulii a. Aliber ii Hill so Oltof Marion county. Julyl4, a.d7li76. _ by list anger Quot Quot. A t b. A a Wutoh k. D., Phil ii a in and a a Virgeon office boom>>5iadd amp Taype Blblock Indianapolis ind. Residence. No.-153 Park hours of 9 u a pm pm 2 to 6>p. A. In i to i A a feb self Gebman Phaby Tacy Stilz �1 off m an. Have removed to 25 Virginia ave tie. Apr29 ic8p8m \ jul

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