Page 1 of 10 May 1879 Issue of Indianapolis People in Indianapolis, Indiana

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free
Want a high-quality poster of this page? Add to Cart

Read an issue on 10 May 1879 in Indianapolis, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Indianapolis People.

Browse Indianapolis People

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 10 May 1879 Indianapolis People in Indianapolis, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - May 10, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana t m. Vol. , to 1879. No. 29. I a new kind of plug tobacco just race Ltd fam of Victory Sweet and pleasant to the taste. Ghafil f. Mel fib 11 n. Pennsylvania Street under i. O. O. F. Hall. Iiiax29 3m l-2c5pvelocipedes,express wagons baby carriages easels amp picture frames Are cheapest at the Novelty Dollar store,44 and 46 e. Washington St. Beyersdorfer. Anvi tempt pm 67 North Illinois Street aha a by Jer . Ask w. S. Budd can he tame monkeys. Ask d. M. Johnson Why he always cheats himself. Charles Evans sex City he Marian returns to Boston. Jack Conroy the tailor at no. 9 South i1-. Lino is Street. Charley Everts makes frequent visits to Plainfield. Yum Yum. Mayor Gordon will go to the country for the Benefit of his health. George Coble looks sad and lonely since his girl s departure for Ciu Climati. Harding while in jail occupied the cell formerly occupied by Warren Tate. Spareribs has Takeji up his abode at Rush Ville ind. May Success attend him. What two 3 Oung bloods Are subsisting on raw eggs to beautify their complexions an unknown tramp was killed by a Cincinnati train near Beech Grove on last tuesday. Or. Bigelow is i Jung very Low at his Resi device on North Illinois Street with consumption. A. Christian is in deep mourning for the loss of a Twenty three year old dog belonging to his father in Law. You can save Money by placing your in Suranye with Cleaveland the co., North Pennsylvania Street. Cast Oil Quot clothing of both sexes readily bought at the old reliable shirt manufactory Loa South Illinois Street. Miss Carrie Yeager one of the East end Belles departed on last monday evening for Germany to be absent about one year. Pred Kiel was the recipient of a handsome bouquet from his Dearest before her departure Lor Europe. Fred has had it framed. Roister Jordan has issued orders to assignees to tile final reports within the next ten Days in All cases in which there Are assets. Rev. Engle and son enjoyed themselves hugely on last tuesday afternoon in Hying a Kite. It reminded them of the Days of Yore. Mrs. Goodwin an aged lady who is the guest of mrs. W. P. Bingham was severely Hurt by falling Down stairs on last sunday night. No Young gentleman should think of calling on his Lair inamorato before being Quot spruced up Quot at Heitkam s to sorial Parlours 9 Vance Block. Mrs. R. A. Naylor wife of or. Naylor former pastor of the Meridian Street m. E. Church died at Washington City on last sunday. De Kimball wants to be one of the captains on the police Force. De no doubt would make a Good officer and Lill the position admirably. The fact is you can Purchase first class jewel and watches cheaper at s. D. Cranes 164 Virginia Avenue than at any other House in the cite. Jack Gillis the Well known hotel clerk has been temporarily occupying the place of chief clerk Pettit at Tiff Occidental for several Days past. Parley Hansing is acknowledged by the Young ladies of the West end As being the handsomest fellow in the City. That plug he wears has some effect. J. W. Hahn the famous Tea tourist was in the City last wednesday. He has recently removed to St. Louis and embarked in an extensive re Tau Tea Trade. Frank p. Wade late general ticket agent of the i., p. Amp Road has been appointed travelling agent of the Chicago and Alton Railroad lines with headquarter a in this City. Ellas Al gear despite the Protection of his name was severely bitten just above the right Eye by a vicious horse on last tuesday. The wound was tended by or. C. E. Wright miss Emma Weber of Lockerbie Street left our City on last monday to make a few weeks visit in Illinois. She will be missed i much by her Many friends and admirers. Chas Downes a most popular hotel clerk late of the National hotel of Terre haute has taken a position in the Well known and popular inter Ocean hotel of Cheyenne Wyoming. Elder w. F. Black is drawing packed. Audiences in Illinois to listen to his lecture on Quot the science of the churches Are not Large enough to accommodate All desirous of hearing him. Or. W. S. Haymond has recently made a very careful Microscopical examination of our Iii men s milk on the North Side and Fitilis to find the hairy Back goggle eyes and snakes rep rred to by or. Haynes. Will 8. Law late with the n. Y. O. P. Clothing House has transferred i allegiance to the O. D. Store of Geo. H. Heitkam. Or. Law is a Veteran Clothier and has an extensive acquaintance throughout the state. Will Miles restaurant no. 76 East Market Street is patronized daily by Many of oar Best business men. The Rush increases daily and we Are not at All surprised for every one that gives him Bacall and tries a cup of oof Ese Oomes again and brings a Friend. The City election a Waterloo defeat of the democracy Christy fearfully tired Slaugh the Quot Experiment Quot with the a failure. Nigger Quot the republicans had an election on last tuesday. W6 say the republicans for in Point of fact the democracy did t seem to have much to do with it while the nationals were Harty there or thereabouts. The democracy s Quot Experiment Quot with the Quot Nigger Quot As sex Alderman Stratford is credited with styling it proved an ignoble failure Christy candidate for marshal running thirteen to fifteen Hundred behind his ticket. He was slaughtered in the House of his i re tended friends the democracy scratching him from their tickets without the least compunction of conscience. A few coloured people voted for Liim in some of the wards notably the twelfth. Everything passed off quietly there being hardly a Row during the entire Day. Save in the immediate Vicinity of the polls there was no excitement and a stranger would hardly have known that it was election Day so Little was the interest manifested by the general Public. That the republicans would be victorious was a foregone conclusion Lor weeks though few expected such a tremendous Victory. Singular to state Buskirk ran slightly ahead of his ticket his vote being 600, to Cav in s 7,985. Coulter candidate for marshal polled the heaviest vote 8,759�?771 More than Caven received. Christy received but 4,611 votes Coulter More than doubling this vote a and yet there were those who actually counted on Christy s election. We wonder what the coloured voters now think of their pretended friends the democracy. The nationals polled Between Oliree and four Hundred votes. General Sturm s vaunted strength amounted to 235 votes All told. Wasson polled a heavy vote 8,246�?261 More votes than were polled by his Honor mayor Caven. Or. Tarlton the National candidate for treasurer polled about the strength of his party although he caused announcement to be made that he was not a candidate. But few were disappointed in the result of the election. The miserable Zebra ticket put Forth by the democracy disgusted the rank and file and they would not work for it while the old time honoured members declared they would see the party dammed before the y would take kindly to their Crow. The result was that the entire Republican City ticket outside of the councils was elected by greatly increased majorities a ranging from 1,900 to 3,000. The republicans will have four majority in the Aldermani Board and Nineteen out of the Twenty five councilmen with fourteen majority on joint ballot a really too great a majority to be healthy. The following will constitute the Board of aldermen new Hoard of aldermen. Republicans a. H. Ridenour James t. Layman t. E. Chandler h. E. Drew d. W. Grubbs h. Colum n. Siebert. Democrats a. F. Piel d. Mussman t. P. Newman the new Council. Republicans a. J. Frier m. H. Mckay Calvin f. Rooker John r. Pearson f. J. Van Vorhis Frank w. Hamilton Chris Hanno Ning j. F. Downey Leon Kahn h. G. Carey we. H. Morrison w. E. Shilling Peter f. Bryce w. C. Lamb William h. Tucker m. L. Brown it Seoi be p. Wood. Democrats Joseph Al Shephard Jas. T. Dowling John o Connor Henry Bermann Martin Mcginty Christian f. in the Harding Case. A commission was held upon George Harding yesterday after Noou by drs. Wright Fletcher Pierson and Hai vey and it is understood that under their recommendation he will be removed to the insane Asylum to Day for medical enquirer of thursday. From All we can ascertain no commission has yet been held upon or. Harding. He was still in jail yesterday morning occupying the room adjoining the office being made As comfortable As possible. On thursday when his brother in Law or. Bannister told him that they would probably take him to the insane Asylum that afternoon he replied Quot do As you please it s All the same to he is visited by his relatives and friends and physician daily. It was at first thought to have him taken out to the insane Asylum but we believe it is now the intention to take him to a private Asylum near Cincinnati providing the court will consent to his going outside the state. He is required to give Bonds in $4,000. One thousand dollars for sunday night s assault and $1,000 each in the cases of Light Walters and la Zius for the shooting on monday. It is understood that the father of Lizius Wili not prosecute. Walters brother is in the City and insists on entering suit against Harding for $10,000 damages. Walters is still at the Hospital. At last accounts Lizius and Walters were doing As we As could be expected and it is thought both will eventually recover mrs. Gertude Gar the Herald during the absence of Quot fir. Ing or. Hard Harding s Bondsmen Are de l. Pal a. Lee and James g. Douglass. Mer Henry or. Harding it is understood left the City yesterday morning on the Early c., h. Amp i. Train for the purpose it in supposed of entering a private Asylum near Cincinnati. Walters has commenced suit for $5,000, and Light for $10,000�?$5,000 in two cases. J. H. Laird and h. N. San have been retained. Governor Williams has a Wilson of Washington Davies county As a a or. We a a in act can in politics. Appointed Thos. Vies county As son Isa Republic terse haute is enjoying a season of unparalleled Prosperity just now from the prominent Quot railway offi representation of a Cial. He 8ay9 there is now within its corporate limits one Hundred gamblers three Hundred Scarlet women four Hundred saloons and one Hundred houses of ill shape. The Able manner in which or. J. T. Brush of the when clothing store has edited a Large part of tie fifth Page of this Issue of the people la worthy the commendation of the Public and the emulation of the business . Quot the smasher Quot Cigar at Circle House. Chew Jackon s Best Sweet Navy tobacco. Buy your hats at Beaton a no. 25 North Pennsylvania Street. R. E. Stephens old reliable sewing machine repairing office 19 mass. Avenue. See the new Light running White sewing machine. R. E. Stephens agent 19 mass. Avenue. There is a Young lady on East Market Street who can Excel any person Black or White in whitewashing. It is rumoured that a coloured Man will carry off the Honor for the position of West end Market master. Prof. Heitkam will shortly astonish the barbarous world with a to sorial invention of great Public Benefit. C. F. Schmidt shipped a car Load of Liis famous lager Beer to Galveston Texas this week. Good enough you can save Money by placing your insurance with Cleaveland amp co., 29k North Pennsylvania Street. The boys would like George Smith to explain Why he is called so frequently in the neighbourhood of the yellow Bridge. An Effort will be made to abolish the fees of policemen and increase their pay 25 cents per diem. This would be a Good move. The very Best shirts made to order at in half dozen at the Darling shirt factory o. 60 North Illinois Street. Miller s Block. The Board of health have condemned the Pond adjoining Holmes Pettit life Bradshaw s pork House As a nuisance which must be abated. Twenty five pounds of fish were sent by Perkins the fish dealer to Rockville on last tuesday for the delectation of Forepaugh s sea lion. Call and see the bed room sets at Spiegel Thoms amp co s furniture Ware rooms 71 and 73 West Washington Street. All goods at Low prices. The business of the Occidental hotel has increased one Hundred per cent since coming under the management of the proprietor or. Agnew. Jack Conroy gets up the Nob Biest garments in the City and at the lowest Price at new York merchant tailoring House no. 9 South Illinois Street. A Spaun Kosro the a Emo Batic party. A a a in t i it one Tole ton Chile to tote for Christy Quot flesh wound in the calf of his to received but yesterday a. T Ira min to of each totals 400, Hen s and to oaths Light it �jm1��w�i Cheviot and scotch units at suit the to sorial parlous of j. L. Thaeter no. 84 Massachusetts Avenue Enterprise Block is the Best place in the City to get cleaned up. Give him a Call. In connection with the drug business Vou will find a Choice selection of candies and pure fruit syrup soda water ice cold at the Christian Avenue drug store. Jake Caylor will set an extra Fine lunch at his place 98 East Washington Quot Street at 9 o clock to night. Regular lunch spread daily 9 a. M. And at 4 p. M. The milkmen demand that or. J. R. Haynes shall prove his assertions in reference to the Lac Teal which he made in a paper read before the homeopathic Institute. Dave Stout the Hatter has bought out the entire Stock of Berry ifs establishment which he will offer for Sale cheap at his old stand on East Washington Street. The cheapest and Best place in the City to get a Good stylish suit is at Ignatz Hurrle no. 198 East Washington Street. Give him a Call and be satisfied his Stock is Complete. It is reported that the trial of Huntsinger for the murder of Gray below Southport Avill be called on next monday. Judge Elliott has postponed the trial of Guetig until june 3d. Who were the parties that employed a musician on last wednesday afternoon on Hoyt Avenue and took up a collection amounting to 5 cents or one cent a dance Quot of shame min self Quot the Many friends of will t. Bacon will be glad to hear that he reached his 2ist mile Stone i in life last week and his friends at Battleground celebrated it by electing him City clerk. Paint up yes paint up your houses. You can be your own Painter and find the finest paints of All shades and colors already mixed at Ward Bros drug store at 190 fort Wayne Avenue. Suit hits been instituted against Carey w. Miller to recover $22,800, the amount of certain notes Given by him to the first National Bank. His Mother mrs. Elizibeth Miller is co defendant on one note for $10,000. Samuel j. Craig s pet dog Felix died after a severe illness. The Atlas works employees turned out in full mourning. The friends and relatives of the family sympathize with them in their great affliction. P. S. May he rest in peace. Suit has 3een begun by the ii St National Bank against Carey w. Miller to recover the value of notes Given by defendant in March and october 1876, amounting to $22,800 mrs. Elizabeth w. Miller his Mother is co defendant on one note for $10,000. Ladies should Call and examine the new oods just received at the Bates House shoe store where they will find the latest and most fashionable styles. The Stock embraces a Complete line of substantial wears for misses and children at prices lower than elsewhere in the City. Officer Mckinney worked up a Case of robbery and attempt to commit murder at Tipton ind., a few months ago. To accomplish his task he was incarcerated for a week in the jail. Mckinney left for Tipton last wednesday to give in his testimony. The Man s name was Porter. When Davis the cheap restaurant Man opened up with his hot meals for 15 cents eating House men sincerely pitied him and said Quot of course hell bust. It s a question of time Quot Etc. Davis is in the full tide of Prosperity with a thousand regular boarders is losing Money every Day but somehow can t be prevailed on to bust. Another immense Stock of seasonable and fashionable Wear of Best manufacture has been received at the Bates House shoe store. Everything new and desirable in the line of Pebble Goat kid and Fine shoes for ladies misses and children and men s sewed and pegged calf boots gaiters and ties will be found there at Bottom prices. The largest and most Complete Stock of Wall papers and decorations in the City will be found at Carl Mollers 161 East Washington Street. A great variety of patterns including All the latest French English and american designs is exhibited and the line of curtain goods is very Attr fictive. Low prices is another great attraction. In the Case of the Jennings county politicians charged with importing voters last my which was before judge Gresham one Day this week judge Turpie counsel for the defendants said Quot if a Man wanted to go to con press badly enough he might import and Ocate in Bis District voters enough to elect Hira and by the statutes under which the indictments were drawn he would not be there must be something then Radi a Day wrong statutes. The news the Butler University summer tramp through Europe a is june 8th. The party about eighteen in number will sail on the Oder North go Raan Lloyd line from new York on the 21st. Among the party already booked Are prof. Jordan and wife a rom Iowa Miles Clifford and miss Lottie Allen attendants at the Public Library miss Bemker miss Cro Seand miss Clapp the latter of it. Holyoke mass. The tramp terminates about the last of aug St. One morning this week the clerk of Wrights drag Stow on Massachusetts ave Young men Are great sufferers but in ultimately isted a Phy the sunday night attack on morning s shoots wildly and hits two innocent of the s friends believe him to be insane. The latest sensation which adds a link to leg. Both a their simians think will ultimately recover. Or. Harding was arrested in the counting room of the Herald by police Captain Campbell on a warrant swim out by or. Light charging him with assault and Battery with intent to kill. He was taken at once to the mayor s court and arraigned on that charge but waived a preliminary examination at the advice of col. A. W. Prather of his counsel. By the advice of his counsel he also refused to allow interviews to the reporters. Of course this affair a created intense excitement throughout the City and the causes Are generally discussed. This it is very hard to do impartially As the enmity is of old standing and first engendered by causes probably known Only to the parties themselves. The facts As far As they Are known Are substantially As follows a few years since Harding very contemptuously ordered Light to leave the Herald office and shortly after began publishing a succession of those pointed and hurtful personal the Chain of horrors of the past year is the we a i it for which his caustic pen is shooting of last sunday and to Quot Quot Light to leave the Heral after began publishing a e pointed and hurtful Peigh shooting of last sunday and monday be Well known and when subsequently tween the editors of two of our ave Ekly a Quot to editorial position he re pers the Well known citizens George Tali ated Quot with vengeance Quot by serving up Harding of the Herald and Calvin a. Light Harding in language More positive than of the Democrat. It can hardly be said that hostilities had been suspended for a the Public were totally unprepared for this Mie when in an Issue of last March the Issue As the vituperative warfare Between Herald again pub shed a stinging article in the two papers and their respective editors regard to Light and others which was an has been of such a positively personal Char swered in several columns by the parties Acter that the Only end Tereseen was the Satis-1 a unsparing pen had wound faction to be Given by Man to Man. This at the pub cation referred to left scarcely least was the conviction of George Harding accusation or epithet Unap plied to hard when on last saturday the merciless feud thus the ill feeling has been stirred was Contini de in a few Short but scathing Quot Quot Quot Quot paragraphs which appeared in that Day s Issue of the Democrat. The mental excitement caused by this and augmented by free drink culminated on. Sunday evening in an attack upon Light by Harding who armed with a Large double acting revolver of 32 Caliper visited the West sixth Street station House about 8 o clock in the evening and inquired where Light s residence was. He was shown the House which was just across the Street to which he immediately repaired. What immediately followed was described by or. Light to the re i orters of the daily papers in the following words House with a a was sitting. Playing on the floor at my feet. We were talking quietly and not dream ing of any interruption when the door opened suddenly without any preliminary Knock and a Man entered. We had not thought it Worth while to strike a lights and the room was quite dark so that i did not recognize the Man until 1 heard him say Quot is or. Light in Quot i recognized the voice As that of or. Harding and i sprang to my feet. I saw he had a revolver in his hand and i knew what he was after then. I jumped Forward to meet him As he advanced and just As he raised the revolver to fire 1 grasped it. I mantled in some Way to get one of my fingers in Between the trigger and the guard and he could t shoot. The pistol was a self Cocker and my Finger prevented his pulling the trigger Back. 1 held on the Best Way i could and was dragged Clear out into the Yard. There the police met us and arrested him. I went Over to the station House with him but did not go in. The above statement is persistently denied by Harding who states that he did not enter Light s dwelling at All that upon reaching the door of the dwelling a woman screamed Quot of my god Quot and that Light rushed out and made the first attack upon him. He added that he Quot simply wished to have a talk with ight and if he had intended to harm him would have spit upon and drowned the presumption is that in his violent state of nervous irritation and intoxication Harding was hardly conscious of his own or the action of others. At an Early hour on monday morning s. A Quot. Bannister brother in Law and partner of Harding very i judiciously it is now thought gave to marshal Harvey a Check for $500, the bail required and secured or. Harding s release. The latter then went to his Home on North Mississippi Street and passed a few hours in troubled sleep. The excitement which followed the publication of the morning papers was just at its height when it was Given a new impetus by a report which spread like electricity that a second encounter had taken place Between Harding and Light in the office of the Democrat in Miller s Block which had resulted in the wounding of two printers by ran aim shots fired by Harding. Investigation proved that the report was but too True and Euc tied the following to about Twenty minutes before the second attack or. Harding a Iron Freda pistol of Patrick Conlin 66 North Ali Nib Street with Wlinich he said he wished to kill cats and would Settle for it in a Short time. The Suppon Tion is that it was loaded in the Herald once although that momentous transaction is shrouded in darkness. He then went to the amp. Democrat office where Light and two printers Gerhardt Lizius and Richard Walters Vee at work. The following account was give in to the journal reporter by Lizius the wounded Printer aborts o clock i was standing at my cases near the window distributing Type. I heard some one come Iii the door but did not look up to see who it was the and propagated continually. The fact that As far As has been ascertained Harding was the original aggressor and that the special Forte of his ready pen has Long been the most cutting and often unwarrantable sarcasm has made Public feeling against him in this last unfortunate escapade very decided and bitter but his friends claim that he was not Only temporarily insane from the effects of morbid excitement and free libations but that for some time past his synd has been decidedly erratic. This Quot insanity Dodge Quot has become so inevitable As to be received with derision by most persons but the factly. Is self evident that what first i knew of the presence of any intruder was the Sixtol. I looked around quickly at saw Are ing standing in the door of the Pis Way a Large revolver rating on one hand while he managed the Hammer and trigger with the other a Ien he shot again and snapped three or four More Caps in try aug to shoot again. I did not mow that i was i it and can t say whether it was the first or last of amp at Strick me. Ifni to tingling sensation As if i had Biel a stuck with a pin or gently blamed. At the second shot Richard Walters the Only other compositor wb6 was in the office jumped out of the rear win Dow into the Yard by cd of the bloc and i saw no Zaire Nihim. Light he in two a lying on the desk in front of him but made no at tem amp to use them. He jumped in Ana yelled Quot Mur Derry Mimer Quot is loud As he could at first. Hording turned and left the door when he bad snapped the Capaci some one had hold Solhi shoulder then. Light then no to the door opening into the Hall and asked Imp pm it mar Oiler a Onse Home Tor hid it the doctor look at my wound. Quot tuis a Oconno differ san. No essential Point Itom that told by Waters. The pie a who had caught Harding by the Shoi Der and stopped by from shooting was ii. Youart who afterwards exam died the we Ondof Gerhardt i uis ii to feared very amp Tal results. Or it Idrew who snap noted Harding of mis a and had Imas bed went with him it in gave up lid Pis he had no farther use forint. To a do i l have been try Iii to Kiu of Nav Walt Ether heightened by disease or caused entirely by present inflame tory influences Harding was positively Quot out of his mind Quot during the period of his attempted revenge which though less disastrous than might have happened was sufficiently so to cause great suffering to two innocent victims and to Many troubled hearts. Harding expresses himself As much distressed at having wounded the inoffensive parties and it is understood that the father of Gerhardt Lizius will not prosecute. It is stated that some three weeks ago or. Harding attempted to shoot himself at his residence on Mississippi Street and would have done so had not mrs. Harding timely interfered and his most Hob Hible a murder committed in then ame of religion. Charles p. Freeman of Pocasset mass., on the 1st, killed his five year old daughter. Freeman is second adventist and had been attending revival meetings. About a week previous to the murder he claimed to have received a Quot wonderful revelation Quot and had not eaten or slept since. He said the lord directed him to sacrifice his Little daughter and declared she would Rise a gain in three Days. On thursday morning he sent word to a neighbor that he would make the revelation known and offer an orthodox sacrifice. In the afternoon a number of second adventists assembled at the House but the child had then been killed. The Little one was transfixed with amp knife and her blood poured out upon a table improvised As an altar. Freeman drove every one from the House and locked and barred the doors and windows and hang fire arms threatened death to any one who interfered. Alone with the dead child he went through his horrible incantations which he said in three Days would result in the Quot resurrection of my beloved Freeman was subsequently arrested and placed in prison. Mrs. A. E. Swann dressmaker at 12 West Washington Street Holfis opened a Branch business at no. 11 Broadway Street under the management of mrs. Bagnell. Towns ers a silk monday May 5, and during the week we shall offer special and unusual values in the following goods a heavy 24-Iuch $1.75. A Bellon Quot silk at $l.s7x late Price extra heavy 24-Inch $2.25. A Bellon Quot silk at �z1.75 old Price a splendid Quot Achemire indestructible Quot Black Gros Grain silk at $1.25. Extra Quality of same at�,1.50. A Good heavy genuine Quot Guinet Quot silk at 81 former value $1.50. A Fine Guinet Achemire silk at $1.50, Worth $2. Also splendid values in All the Best makes of Black Silks imported. Coli Orel Plain Colore at 50, 75, 85c, 81 and 11.25. Stripes and Check Silks at 19, 65, 73, 85 and 95c. Novelties in Fine persian Elf tests for trimming and combination from $1.25 to $5 per Yard Many of which Are exclusively confined to our own House. For the Best goods at the lowest prices visit. S. Ayres amp co. Indianapolis. David e. Stout the a s a is a Noc go w _ _ so cry a Al the new see fes. 76 East Washington mart5 3m Isth 6c Street the Lew York store established 1853. Yankee notions. Fresh attractions in buttons Pearl and Shell braid pins fans and fan girdles toilet soaps Colget books Ault Ife s and perfumery pock purses jewelry Etc.tkimmin6s. New beaded fringes and passement eries. Silk fringes full line of colors. Trimming tassels All , Ivers amp co. Mar29 3m lp6e the so called Quot court of Jesus Christ Quot which at Brooklyn has had under consideration the Case of the Rev. Talmage changed with deceitfulness and prevarication is about through with its herculean labors and will give its decision to the world wobbly this week. It is thought that the a. Brother cannot do better than to leave orders As acquitted although some of the both ladies Are authority on All detail of presbytery declare that the Char have dress. Their terms cannot my to suit All. A it Een sustained but the majority it is fashions received weekly. Thought will declare Hini gel less. Is it a not strange that the Quot court of Jesus Chest Quot the Council will probably increase the cannot be a unit on either his guilt or inno nimber of captains to Fiir. Why not make Cence _ them All Cape tails and no patrolmen s a Limbacher at All saloons last saturday in the City to Day and next week. That his Best friends hardly knew Hlin. The blonde grocer donned a bed rag on it so changed his appearance to the people. A Wool suits All Wool suits a Wool suits All Wool suit the Choice of american fabrics our Fine custom made suits which Are in As Fine As any merchant tailor in the i make them at a English worsted Coats and vests Fitim 10 to warranted eau to any custom work. Articular possibly $6 50 7 50 9 00 10 00 13 50 16 50 20 of in cheap pants we have jeans pants lined jeans pants lined jeans i its i Fine cassimere panty St English worsted at. -60c to �1 �29 to eld our own make 185 at 12, 92 50, 92 75, 93, 93 50 and 94. 75c 1 50 6 50 in gents furnishing goods in laundries shirts linear bosoms at 50c and 75o, and our brother Jonathan shirt sold exclusively by us which is equal to any custom shirt that Sells for 92, we Seu for 91. Underwear neckwear and Linen cd Llano in Large variety All at i ill my York on i

Search All Newspapers in Indianapolis, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Indianapolis People Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Indianapolis People?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection