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Indianapolis People (Newspaper) - May 17, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana In Sitdia Lar a , �na., May 17, 1879. No. So t a / a Andon will Arrate at but one Concan Sofii a Onciu Sioui inevitable a Liili admits of no argument Viz wholesale Mannii Cturner is alone Able to save the Consul fees one vist the when clothing store. George Beyersdorfer. 67 North minors Street ally a Beer ha1.1, wive Dol Agni feb Sanaii. Quot liitle Quot Joe c. Morris is now a East end resident. For and second hand boots and shoes at no. 145 North Delaware Street. Lee Fulmer is How a third term Man. Grant or die. Lee remember the Chuck holes. John e. Brinkmeyer of Evansville was in the City this week at the Occidental. John looks Fine. Or. K. P. Jones of the firm of Soliday life cd is Long quite ill at his residence 86 North Mississippi Street. C. Zengler will open to night with a grand lunch music Etc. His Saloon is at to. 105 Massachusets Avenue. Or. Phillip Reichwein has had his rooms handsomely decorated which make a very it editable appearance. Oast off clothing of both sexes readily bought at the old reliable Quot shirt manufactory 108 South Illinois Street. Councilman Harmoning has a Good joke to Tell but will wait until he is certain there is no people reporter present. Charley Sindlinger and Emil Fertig indulged in a fish in the Ohio River tie other Day. They had Good Success or. C. Davis Book Binder is recovering from his late indisposition Wlinich his Many friends will be glad to the Best of dishes amp glassware Are sold at the Novelty Dollak store at lowest prices 44 and 46 marl6 2clpe. Washington Street. Gates and John <3ottrell enjoy on la de Hany themselves hugely at Moesch s Park on last sunday tripping the Light fantastic. Frite keep Ferer Foreman at a Lieber life go s., was presented with a Pound girl. He was so Happy what never was or John Shaler we Are glad to announce is recovering from rheumatism a hich was feared by Many would prove fatal Chas. W. Kilgore the red hot Republican mayor of the red hot Republican City of Muncie is registered at the Occidental no Young gentleman should think of calling on his or inamorato before being Quot spruced up Quot at Heitkam s to sorial Parlours 9 Vance Block. R. R. Reeves bookkeeper at Ferguson s pork House was made the father of a re on last tuesday. He is the proudest Man Quot in the City. George w. Ryan of the Martinsville re publican and William g. Baine auditor of Organ county Are registered at the Remy House. M. C. Staley co., Virginia Avenue have opened their soda Fountain and Are ready to Supply the South Side. Their by rips Are pure. The fact is you can Purchase first class jewelry and watches cheaper at D. Cranes 164 Virginia Avenue than at any other House in the cite. John Metzler with Huegle was cured of his late indisposition by drinking a one eight Keg of c. T. Schmidt s Calmbacher Beer. Did not i told you so. Mrs. Win. Love has filed a petition asking for a special Bailiff to eni pannel the jury which is to sit in the Case of Warren Tate for damages for the killing of we. Love. Frank Hughes has a mania Lor applying to cards when he loses anything. He lost his watch on last monday and the cards informed him that he would get it on tuesday Avrich he did. A a. Haag druggist has opened a Drui store in the new hotel building on North Pennsylvania Street which makes the Jiu ild ing look As if life would reign supreme. The store should be named the Pioneer. Sheriff Scales of Pike count Wheeler and clerk Nelson of were in the City on thursday. They were under the fatherly care of Cook gifted Ora Torii drummer for Burford. P. W. Bolan the same who killed a fellow citizen on St. Fatis Elk s Day Over a year ago wants the superintendency of the court House and will no doubt think he is in hard Luck if he does not get it. H. J. Soliday a co., fancy grocery have introduced a new match Box for the Diamond daddy Matah. It has a Quot picture Quot on it of a rather Good looking Man with the legend Quot i hold myself personally regular meals Are in it a served at Huele s Oyster Bouse and restaurant 60 East Washington Street at 25 cents each. Day Board per Quot Werc three meals a Day 50 two meals Aday #2 50. Best table Board in the Eity regardless of Price. Will Miles restaurant no. 76 East Market Street is patronized daily by Many of Cor 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 Coffee Homes again and brings a Friend. Costello and wife the trapeze artists at crones Are the finest and most daring in the world but some Day he will miss his calculation and instead of shooting through that cordon of fire knives and pistols he will manage to become impaled on the knives Tbs revolvers will perforate him and the fire will ugh it makes one shudder to think of it. Or. Andrus of Central Avenue Tabernacle is most thoroughly converted to the woman s foreign missionary cause judging from the highly compliment notices Given that organization on last Sabbath. If the flocks were As Earnest As their pastor in the matter much More would be done than now for the missionary cause though the Home societies in this City Are reported Lively and increasing continually. A nicely Umi shed room or two gentlemen with Board also a few More Day boarders wanted at the Southeast Comer of Meridian and new York streets in a very Eom Lort of borne and delicacy for the table is provided by mrs. J. H. passes on the Vandalia no ladies need apply. The other Day our better half was called to St. Louis to visit a sister dangerously ill. Thinking that one Good turn deserved another we wrote a note to or. Staples of the Vandalia Road for a pass for mrs. Enos b. Reed to St Louis and return. Or. S. Returned us word that it was against the rules to Issue passes to ladies unless they were attaches of the press. Now we had thought that mrs. R. Was rather an attache of the press the editor of the people having been attached to her for Over thirty Yeai a and we failed to see any Ood reason Why an editor s wife could not ride free Over a Railroad if the editor himself could holding to the somewhat ancient but we Are sorry to say exploded theory that Man and wife were one. We would not he and bloated Railroad or other corporation to break their rules on our account for anything in the woj lds no matter How foolish and contemptible their rules May be in the eyes of sensible men. We Are rather glad the authorities have made a Rale that no woman shall ride Over their Road Quot free Gratis for and we should like to see this Rule in effect on All roads not Only in regard to women but men also. In other words we should be pleased to see the entire dead head system abolished. But we think that when the press confers favors it should be entitled to favors in return rules or no rules. The press has rules also. The people has this week adj item a new one. It has ordered that in future the time table of the Vandalia Road shall be eluded from the regular time table that appears in its columns. It will cheerfully Assi Fet the Vandalia Folk to do away with the dead Lead system. We should have made this order a few Days sooner to have prevented the Vandalia talc be from appearing this week but our inside pages had gone to press before we applied for a pass for . While on this subject there is another thing we desire to mention. In the Early part of the year we received various proposals to furnish our photograph in consideration of a yearly pass. We invariably declined and have not had our photograph taken. With almost the same propriety we might demand the photograph of the prudent of any Road we honoured with our patronage. To us dead head passes Are not essential to perfect Bliss and alien we travel we Are perfectly willing to pay our own Way but when we a publish year in and year out free of expense the time tables of railroads we shall expect free passes for attaches of the people when applied for and particularly for so immediate an attache As our better half. We would not be at All surprised if in the Coli so of time the free Railroad table should be eliminated entirely from the columns of the people. Our old Friend Knos b. Reed of the Indianapolis people after wandering on the outskirts of the two great political parties of the Day for several years in a dissatisfied condition at times almost i persuaded to be a Democrat has Al last returned to his first love shied his Castor into the Republican ring and now stands before ills readers one up in War paint and sanguinary gannets ready for the sectional fray. Enos is to be pitied. A Man of generous nature and Good impulse Ever ready to help the needy and resent a insinuation to and sheriff surrendered himself boots and breeches to pose county nosegay Johnnie of the news and thes. P. Of the Jour Nal and seems to j be Content in following their footprints. After the triangular embrace he comes up to his new vocation in terse and unmistakable language to wit it used to be said that Quot treason must be made odious Quot but the rebel brigadier generals in Congress assembled Are endeavouring to make loyalty odious and treason honorable. Certain it is that traitors now control Congress. Farewell Enos and if forever then forever Farewell when disappointment ceases to Point the Way and reason return to its throne Enos will throw off the Charm of radicalism and return to the fold of National county Democrat. The Democrat outside of jul tics is a very Well printed and entertaining paper. We Seldom Fau to find something in it. But the trouble with Mitchell its editor is that he is a regular by fid in the Wool bourbons he never learns Ai thing and forgets nothing. He is a partisan from head to heels and cannot see How and be Cap have his being outside of the democratic party. Quot his old Friend Enos by eed Quot is no partisan and never can be. His for principles Ana not for party and hence when he sees either party going Wrd Fig he does a he can to set it right. Parties Are but things of a Day principles Are it Nal. Try Huele s 25 cent onners. Quot the smasher Cigar at Circle House. Chew Jackon s Best Sweet Navy Tobago a. Buy your hats Sif Beaton a no. 25 Ortii Pennsylvania Street. The butchers will picnic next tuesday May 20, at the Southern Park. R. E. Stephen sold reliable sewing machine repairing office 19 mass. Avenue. See the new Light running White sewing machine. R. E. Stephens agent 19 mass. Avenue. A Small army of county of ice a have been in the City during the week stopping at the Occidental. For a Nice Bass game and fish of All kinds or a Nice Porter House Steak go to Huegele a 60 East Washiington Street. The East Market men Are entertained every Market morning by a couple of Amateur French Harp performers Epstein the Barber and democratic Ward worker is seeking for the position As salaried Barber Lor the i rent asylums. Schiller Lodge a a very enjoyable time at Moe Hes Park on last sunday. Policemen Preston and Bisbing kept Good order. The very Best shirts made to order at $9 3r half dozen at the Darling shirt factory b. 60 North Dinois Street Miller s Block. Gill Kerr the mix Tigist from his remarks is the favorite among the West end girls. Gill let up on casting your eyes heavenward so Call and see the bed room sets at sieges Thoms the co s furniture Ware rooms 71 and 73 West Washington Street. All goods at Low prices. The to sorial Parlours 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. Luther Benson s paper Quot the Monitor journal Quot is the red hottest Temperance paper in the United states. It is on Sale at 75 East Market Street. In connection with the drug business you will find a Choice selection of candies and pure fruit syrup soda water ice cold at the Christian Avenue drug store. Ladies Bear in mind Liat miss Turner will exhibit on thursday afternoon a ladies walking suit also a misses suit of the latest style and most perfect work. Jake Caylor will set an extra Fine lunch at his place 98 East Washington Street at 9 o clock to night. Regular lunch spread daily 9 a. M. And at 4 p. M. The party that is accused of presenting those opera glasses to the Christian Avenue widow denies the charge and states positively that another presented them. Who is the favored couple of celtic paternity that have been kept upon regular panelled juries for the last four months. One of them is Well off in this world s goods. 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. Who wants that Little love of a Bonnet "1,&Quot shouted More than a thousand voices. It is to be found at 42 South Illinois Street mrs. Linton She knows exactly How to make them 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 Wayne Avenue. Lon Willson an old sinner of nine Teeth years was arrested by capt. Campbell on last tuesday for stealing �20 from his aunt. He is Well known in police circles and has Wice been an inmate of the Hoase try Refuge the Young people of Biff to evening this week gave an enter for the Benefit of the m. E. Chur place. Several Young ladies and of this City took part. Quot Success. A a b o o 99 to i i i cheap hosiery. 120 dozen ladies extra Fine Balbriggan Hose regular made silk clocked at 25c per pair cheap at 200 dozen misses fancy Hose from 10c up. 25jj.j-gents fancy y. Hose regular made at Anks a umbrellas. Lined fringed r to Kly . Harris and 2 to 6 buttons. Trefousse Quot kid in All the new shades lace top Lisle thread gloves for ladies and missed in All colors. Lace mitts in Black and opera shades. To room us of for a third to re i. Daring Daylight robbery a sneak thief gets in his work at the bobbed of Over one thousand dollars. Grand Ope Png grand open Iii i to my friends Accica instances and the Public generally i have refitted in grand style no. 251 and 253 East Washington Street Southwest Corner and will on next tuesday evening inaugurate with a grand opening. Music by Vogt s orchestra and Union band. A sumptuous lunch will be spread. I have retained Rhino to its or. Peter Baney and Charley Fishinger who will attend to the wants of All with their accustomed politeness. The bar has been stocked with the choicest wines and liquor and c. F. Schmidt s celebrated Beer will kept constantly on hand and always fresh. Want to see everybody present. Respectfully Chas Zeph. A. W. Harman frightened off two gentlemanly burglars who came in a Carriage to tie residence of or. C. H. Abbett on last tuesday night by firing a pistol at s your gain. So Fine yacht cloth and bin a Cheviot and flannel salts to in forced off at go to close. If 600 Light coloured Cheviot and for men and Init is a Tarlet a of fifty Hinds to be closed per suit than at any other Honsch i the Abs to is an Overstock and rather to the affair a the Money Etc., found. H. R the City having declined to Helit. Sell amp co. Build their Morgi this Ente Risi ing firm is determined to go aha a id and by wild it on its own account. Such Energy and perseverance Are commendable. In s>0 Days the building will be ready for occupancy. The annual picnic of the butchers society will take place on tuesday afay at the Southern Park. The a Parade of the society on horseback and a i decorated we on Avill take place at 9 a. And will be vei5 Tractive. Good music Anco Lenty of i Esh ments will be on hand. St. Patrick s Hall was open red on last a amp air Day night by an Ente Tairi it under the auspices of the knights of the opening address a her Mathew. By the Rev. Father be Sonies conc Ludiry Ith son and recitations by different members of the society Avrich were received with heart encores. When officers arrest Little boys for throwing stones at their own the officers a do they should not further humiliate them by taking them through crowded thoroughfares lecturing them All the Way. The arrest is bad enough. Officer Kitzmiller should remember that he was a boy once himself. 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 attractive. Low prices is another great attraction. A charming Little Quot rattle Tail snack Quot made matters Lively at the Bugh school the other Day while Bein exhibited to the pupils by the teacher his Snake ship climbed out of his Little Jar and sought to strike up an acquaintance with several a Eihlers of the class but the class objected in a body and when the Snake took the floor the mss took the chairs. Mrs. A. E. Swann dressmaker at 12k West Washington. Street has opened a Branch business at Lio. 11 Broadway Street under the management of mrs. A Giselle. Ladies of Indianapolis and surrounding towns cannot de better than to leave orders As both ladies Are authority on All details of dress. Their terms cannot fail to suit All. Fashions received weekly. An enthusiastic and rather boisterous Democrat the night before the election Shook a ten Dollar Bill at a crowd in the Illinois House defiantly inviting some one to differ with him to the extent of ten dollars on the Marsha ship. Mrs. Essman the Landlady just to pacify the fellow and Stop further loud talk on the premises handed in a Tein and now or. Cons Dunn Meyer is Short just that amount. A Good joke on Pattison conductor on the pan handle Railroad is told. Quot vile making a Stop at Irvington on last Isie iday he spied a soup of Young ladies in the Naur distance. He was charmed and not wish the Kirge Safe at the Post office in the room of the registry and Money order department was robbed on last thursday morning about seven o cd in a very Droit Tod daring manner. Capt. B. F. Iseed who has Heen Rog Stry Derk for seven or eight years reached the office a is his usual custom about half past six and at once entered on record the Money order remittances and the registered letters received and placed Vliem in the Safe first putting them in a Box set apart for Tiff purpose. He then closed the Safe but did not it on the combination it being the custom to leave the Safe during the Day with the door closed but he Thoi to the combination turned on. It requires no Little a Jill and the strength of a Man to open the Safe drs Vhey not bolted. Or. Will Craft Deputy Post Ltd be order clerk Iliad also reached the office but had gone into the mailing department to look at the a Jpn is. Or. Reed also stepped into col. Holloway s Root adjoining the registry department and sat Idowu Vith the door ajar and glanced Over the morning papiers. Meanwhile de Stuart the coloured Man who attends to the office had arrived and swept outland left for his Brea fiust but contrary to his usual a Cui Tom had left one of the doors leading to the postal order department unfastened. He says that he forgot to a ten it this door is directly on the left of the Quot Fin door through which ingress is obtained to the by or Hall of the registry and postal order depart to and to the postmaster s private room. Once ugh this door and the entire pc mistry and postal in departments tin be traversed there being an i it rating Between the two and a door but the door generally kept open. In. Reed thinks to was absent from his department Lut ten minutes. When he returned he went to Safe opened it and saw at once that the Box a the registered letters Etc., was gone. At Era he thought Craft or some one else had been play in a practical joke but he was soon a deceived and i Zed the astounding fact that the Safe had been r a med in Broad Daylight. It is thought that about 8l,2l0 in All was taken. Tie next thing was to find out the thief but this s Pitit to be a difficult matter. The Only was that Ince could be effected was through the door in innately left open by Stuart. The manner of the it Iol by and the difficulty in opening the Safe Lead to these Lief that the thief must be some one. Intimately acc painted with the Post office and particular la the re try and postal order departments. This intimate could by a ail obtained he scores who via a the Post office alms St daily. The one who took the a a from the Safe Puld have readily carried it of it the building uni it received or without attracting Lillar notice As persons with packages Are going he out of the Post office almost every hour of the Ray. Or it we uld have been an easy matter for Hirn to have gone from the registry department to the basement below the door leading to which is to the left and quite near the door leading to the Hall of the depart nent. It is a Bare possibility that the Box May even now be secreted in some of the dim nooks and Iraq esses of the basement though the greater pro a ability is that the Quot swag Quot has been divided Ere Titis As More than one person it is believed has had a hand in the game. Both or. Reed and his assistant or. Bradbury say that upon several occasions they have noticed Ili persons watching them to rough the windows from Ine Street. There is Little doubt but the thief Opportunity and at the supreme moment Yas in his base design. The following is an Eira Mere ton of the missing postal orders and a tiered letters Tell in of surplus Money order funds were taken la eng the ones received from Bainbridge clo yer Dalk Waynetown Veedersburg Colfax West Lebanon Stockwell Martinsville Fairmount and Jones Horo. Jia4 remittances from these offices a on ted t�.9460, and Tison this estimate that the a i redacted. G so it once writing the above the postal orders and Netre St red letters have been found. They had big Sec eted Behri a door in the basement of the Quot in near the Furnace and were Dis a. To Ming about ten o clock. They in out of the hox which remains non re intact anal had not been disturbed Troken Apefai Quot we understand that de Usi Alsen into custody by the u. S. Detectives lip the Case. Ife will doubtless be put ing them to observe him he took his Book out and took a tour of the train Bat his main object was to get a better View of the ladies. All. Of a. Sadden he tumbled into a ditch which caused a general laugh and Raf. Made a sudden exit. He vows he will not in future try Traill two Birds with one Stone. A one evening recent a cd zen left his wife 1 the Sid Alk if a few Hin Ute a and upped inside Assing two men who Werr coming out. He returned shortly of Fco a to find his wife Dib the two Fefie tra who were making indecent overtures to the terrified lady. The two men fled at the Hus it at to less band s approach and one. Dropped his hat and his hat had a name inside that of a South Luinis Street Barber. The Husbard carry a is a Saddler sent a Chall Orige to the bar Amesti by it remains to he seen whether or not a crime can be fast ii so Jukin him. P. S no i .2.�?th� do to actives have wormed it out of i Corci a Jluz Elx Iarj Vuu to . What first gave Rise to suspicions against Stuart pm the Falt it that he admitted having left the door amp and he remarked to or. Reed it i am going to break fast now Quot something he had Nevi Jdene before. He has had opportunities of team Gitein Largie sums heretofore but Vas always lo6ked u a Cecee dangly trustworthy it is raid that when or. Ding was taken to jail he Insul for the grub was and Guetig went to him. Of to Dong asked Quot to Are you Quot Guetig plied it Erding looked at he _ moment Aad then said Quot Well if i d have known you were Roc a who Man i should not have gone for Yoti the w i it is Ift ated that afterwards hard tag an Guetig took quite kindly to each other. Great bargains in gents White shirts. 1 lot at 37>�c each. 1 lot at 50c each. I lot at 6.5c each. 1 lot at 83c each. These Are the Best to be found in the Cit a at these l. S. Ayres amp co. David e. Stout of g of in a go All the new shapes. 76 a ast Washington Maris 3m Isth 6c Street. Thean old Camp meeting sore broken out again. The subject of accepting Money from the sunday trains to Camp meeting at Acton is again agitating the souls of the Brethren at a meeting of Camp meeting elders the other Day or. Conner introduced a Resolution to dispense with the Camp meeting share of the proceeds of sunday trains. Thi brought out a writer in the news who declares that without this Money made and properly divided the Camp meeting could not exist. They say that an honest confession is Good for the soul and this looks to us As an honest one. But these christians should be consistent. They believe that it is eminently sinful to run railroads on sunday but he is a Christian who would do evil that Good might come for no doubt he thinks everything is Good and Only Good about meeting and particularly the Acton Camp meeting which he however rather ungodly like styles a Quot summer he says that Quot or. Clark one of the trustees properly put it the association needs the Money and must have it Quot we can but Shitik that or. Clark very improperly put it. Aet wording to this any thief in the want of Money might steal and excuse the Christian s plea that he Quot needed the Money and must have this m Riter who signs himself Quot Camp meeting Quot is very obtuse for notwithstanding he says that Quot the needs the Money and must have it Quot a that which comes from the running of sunday trains he declares that the accepting of this Money does not make the Camp meeting authorities Quot in any sense a partner to Sabbath the mischief it Don to we certainly think otherwise. Now we do not believe there is any More liar in running sunday trains than there is in holding sunday Camp meetings or week Day Camp meetings either for a Black and White Bretonnel laces that matter probably not so much for it is at Quot the new York store proverbial that a great Deal of wickedness _ is consummated at these Quot summer resorts Quot a but christians who believe in Camp meet French laces Ings and who think they Are serving the lord thereat and do not believe in running sunday trains should not share in the proceeds of the latter and then attempt to justify their actions on Christian grounds. This is hypocritical if not Damnable. Or. Conner if he does Hail from Quot Little suburban charges like Central Avenue Quot is eminently corrects christians cannot consistently patronize sunday trains or become partners in what they deem a great wickedness. Quot Camp meeting Quot very coolly advises or. Conner Quot to keep quiet while we enjoy ourselves in god s first now we have no doubt there Are bushels of Quot enjoyment Quot at Camp meetings but we had thought these Quot summer resorts Quot were up Willy designed for the conversion of poor miserable sinners and not so much for the enjoyment of Strong muscular christians vew York store. Established 1858. Just opened. At Quot the new York store Torchon laces at Quot the new York store the subject of having a squad of mounted police say half a dozen has been suggested in connection Mth the reorganization of the . A few of the brass mounted kind like John Mckinney would answer every purpose. Indianapolis or Connersville is threatened with the location of James h. Willard who thinks new Al Bam has too Many poor lawyers. Pray heaven it May be . This is truly unkind Oracle Willard. That he should midst what has the Hon the son of his father done not be welcomed in our Why want to afflict Connersville in the love Tate damage suit Quot defendant yesterday asked for and obtained a change Moog county. Of venue to on sat Sidney Nebi having murdered ing Day was to Zens and ban main Street of the town. Persed firing revolver in the air and shouting Quot Loomis is avenged Quot Charles Reed of was in jail there for Loomis the priced or Fogt or Hundred Citi graph pole in the the mob then Dis the Windy benevolent society were out in another column mid in the Sentinel of yesterday telling what it did. Just think it expended since its exist ence two Hundred and ninety eight dollars and Cente in helping the poet and distributed cards to the Benefit of no one. 0, one benevolent society is a great institution Alf Burnett the humorist had an Arm and leg Stang at Cincinnati one Llu stif a a sympathise Vith our old paid self should have stuck to the intimate stage a snot tried the one at he Marine railway Dock. Coloured embroideries at Quot the new York store ties Ruches and Collar ettes at Quot the new York store fancy nets and ceilings at Quot the new York store our Well known Low prices Are marked in Plain , Ivers amp co. Mar29 so lp6chelp for the needy. On last tuesday the coloured people met at the second Baptist Church to make arrangements to assist the suffering coloured refugees from the South. The meeting was a Strong one. And opened in a very promising manner. J. T. Hinton was called to the chair and 0. H. Stepp appointed Secretary. But alas for the deceitfulness of transitory things there was a decided clashing of ideas Between the leading speakers the discussion finally becoming More personal than polite Between or. Elbert and or. Bagby. All others were silenced. Those two were quite equal to conducting the Campaign. The meeting was prematurely but fortunately ended before any dark deed was committed but How much Benefit will accrue to the suffering refugees is rather indefinite. Or. James m. Baker with John Schaffner is one of the most accommodating Young men in the City and always to be found at his Post. The Calmbacher Beer season has passed and it was a very enjoyable one. Thanks were expressed to the firm of c. F. Schmidt. The amount sold during the season was 4,353 kegs mostly All in this City. Or. Aug Erbrich of Schmidt s brewery will celebrate his 33rd birthday Annivera by on next Friday evening. Quot of won t we have Jolly time Quot ill wools ats a Wool St to to the Choice of american fabrics any merchant tailor in the City co a a. Worsted Coats and vests from �10 to 20 00 16 60 All Wool suits -9 00 a Wooi suits 13 50 our Fine custom made suits which Are in every lid pos Sib make them at warranted equal to any custom work. In cheap pants we have 60c to 75c 7 50 10 00 16 50 jeans pants lined Best English worsted at $1 25 to 1 50 6 50 filing list$3, 60 and $4. And 75c, and our brother Jonathan shirt sold excl underwear neckwear and Linen collars in Large one a r i c e �1 o t h i n g hons

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