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The Indianapolis Journal (Newspaper) - October 04, 1883, Indianapolis, IndianaSpeculation in Chicago the Grain pits Active and the pro vision Market very Gull. A slight Advance in tie Trice of wheat no probability of higher prices for Corn Harge hog crop expected. Special to the Indianapolis journal. Chicago oct. 3.a Good speculative Busi Ness was transacted on change to Day in the Grain pits but on the provision Side speaking of the volume of business it May safely be put in the lowest notch. Cal. Fortune of Armour &cos., said it was the dullest Day in meats he Ever knew. The cables quoted firmer markets abroad for wheat and the Large Sellers of yesterday were in a mood to cover hence a Large Busi Ness was transacted but it was within a very moderate Range of prices. The open ing was 4 of a cent higher than at the close yesterday. The Market rallied to % cent above the opening. Ira Holmes and Lindblom threw some Large blocks on the Market and it declined of a cent and finally closed with an Advance during the Day of Over last nights close. On the Call a firmer feeling prevailed and a slight Advance was chronicled. As the Trade is strictly local and confined to scalpers nothing can be predicted on these Small bulges. Or. Poole said to night i do not believe now in any Advance being Perma nent. In the Corn pit there was a Good speculative and shipping business and prices were advanced 4c on the strength of some slow of buying but the Bull feeling was rapidly dispelled by the Stern facts of Liberal receipts smaller Charters lower new York quotations and an absence of Cash de Mand. N. 13. Reeme made heavy sales of november and quite a number of smaller local traders tailed after him and the mar Ket went Down 4@ by and closed weak. Of the Call there was an Active demand and prices rallied a trifle but soon wavered weakened and closed about the same As on yesterday. No one can see any cause for an Advance to Morrow for the whole Corn crowd have lost Confidence in the further availability of Frost scares Etc. All of these have been More than discounted. Cudahy broke the Monotony of the Provis Ion Market by gobbling All the lard offered on Call. He paid $7.85 for october. Pack ers generally Are bearish in their Tenden cies and Are completely at sea in regard to the future of the Market. They Are All anxious to completely Clear decks for the pack ing season that is they would like to Bee last years crop out of their hands before they tackle the new crop. It is the general opinion that Chicago will Pak More hogs this year than Jasir some think it will be the greatest packing season Ever known especially As the hogs Are promising to run so heavy and be cause there will probably be a Rushing into the Market with them. A p. Hutchinson old Hutch is counting on there being received in Chicago 2,000,000 hogs from oct 1, 1883, to Jan. 1, 1884. Or. Armour said to Day he had made no speculations on the packing season but thought it would sur pass last year. Secretary Randolph did not resign to Day. Consistently Honor such paper when i know to do so would Only be to be obliged to take it up continuously. My object in making the matter Public is to save the Young Man from serious trouble. You see if he should keep on this Way he will find someone who will not care that he is Myson and he might be dealt with As a criminal so i am Charita ble and kind rather than harsh if i prefer to think his actions Are those of an irresponsible Man than of an indifferent one. Sporting matters. Annual meeting of the National association of trotting horse breeders. Hartford oct. 3. The annual trotting meeting of the National association of Trot Trig ii orse breeders opened at the charter Oak Park this afternoon with a fair attend Ance of horse raisers. The Best race was for the Union stakes valued at $375, foals of 1879,by stallions whose get had never beaten 2 40 at four years old. Summary Victor Clay by Zlotor Mohawk 1 13 1 new by startle 2 is 1 3 Volmer by Gambetta 33 2 2 time2 33, 2 31 4, 2 31, 2 3oe. There were two starters for the National stallion stakes for foals of 1880, and the Winner distanced his competitor in the first heat. Value of the stake $1,345. Summary o. Boob mauls Bay Colt by messenger Duroc. J. Of Korkee West be inv by Touchstone distanced. Time 2 421a. In the Moli stakes value $2,500, for foals of 1880. Palo Alto Stock farms Hinda Rose by election Eer beat the Best three year old record 2 21making a mile without a skip in 2 21, on a heavy track Aud in a High wind. The sequel stakes value Sion for mares never having beaten 2 40, h. C. Wood uttus smugglers daughter by smuggler had a walk Over in 2 29 4. Tie Only nomination for the Standard stakes value s2oo, was Mars lands Stock farms troublesome by messenger Duroc. The animal was Given the purse and excused from trotting. Tie Douis Vilic jockey club. Louisville oct. 3.on the eighth Day of the fall meeting of the Louisville jockey club the weather was cold and the track was stiff. Three year old fillies mile and a sixteenth the starters , Longmate ski along. Billetta took the Lead at tie Start with Longmate second skip Long third and Mayonnaise fourth. These positions were unchanged to the finish Bill Etta winning by a head. Time 1 52 4. The welter race All Ages one mile medi Tator won Lute Fogle second Centreville third. Time 1 47. Selling race two year Olds three quarters Ofa mile Manitoba won Nettie Viley filly second Romeo third. Time 1 19 4. Handicap All Ages mile and a half Joe Davis won. Blazes finished second but As he swerved at the finish against Waile see he was set Back last. Waile see was Given tie second place and Slocum third. Time 2 41. Association purse one mile Mam Monist won by a length. Wallflower second half a length in front of a Cowling. Time. 1 45 4. Tie Island Park iia pcs. Albany n. Y., or 1. 3.Tlie second Day of the fall meeting at Island Park postponed yesterday was trotted to Day. The weather was Cool the attendance Large and the track in Good condition. The purse is too divided for 2 29 class was unfinished Lizzie o Brien winning two heats and fides favorite two. Time2 2o 4, 2 25 4, 2 28 4, 2 27 4. In the second race purse is too divided for 2 18 class Phyllis won the first fourth and fifth heats Clemmie. Second and trotted a dead heat with Phyilis in the third. Time2 24 4, 2 23, 2 20 4, 2 24 4. Jay Eye see trots against his record to Morrow. Base bail. Boston oct. 3.buffalo 10, Boston 1. Philadelphia oct. 3.athletic 13, Phila Delphia 3. Wilmington del., oct. 3.cleveland 6, Quickstep 5. Reviving a gambling scheme. To the Western associated frees. Chicago oct. 3.Board of Trade circles Here Are Labouring under a moderate state of excitement growing out of the publication of certain circulars alleged to have been sent out by a few prominent commission houses of this City and new York to country customers outlining a method by which they can speculate on change on a Small scale. The papers Here publish the of cer Tain firms who Are supposed to have sent out these circulars and Are severe in their denunciation of the supposed scheme de Claring that the methods Are Only a Shade different from those observed by the firm of Fleming & Merriam the Active members of which firm were compelled to leave the City and country owing to the Impo tunings of those who Lead been induced to invest their Money in the firms schemes. It was re Mored that the Board of directors of the Board of Trade had taken official cognizance of the action of these firms with a View to discipline but this has been denied by the president of the Board. The fluctuations in detail. Chicago oct. 3.regular wheat was in fair demand a Good speculative business was trans acted and the feeling was stronger prices ranged higher and closed unsettled opened to higher rallied orc above the opening receded 3o, and closed 49 3�o higher than yesterday. Bales ranged at 952�9 40 for october 9738 9 98ee for november 992�sloo 4o for de Cember $1.002 91014 for january $1.072 -2 1.08 for May Spring 953�964c Winter $1.022. On Call there were sales of 1,115,000 by regular at b�4 higher. Corn a Good speculative and shipping Busi Ness prices fluctuated within a Small Range prices advanced a above yesterdays inside figures declined below the outside prices and closed about the same As yesterday. Sales ranged at 4853 4878c for october. 472948e for november 464 �4 78c for the. Year 468 w 46 2o for january 49 2 493gc for May. On cull lairs of 900,000 by at 9o lower. Outs were Dull but steady. Rales ranged at 272 92730 for october 28928-4o for novem ber 283i0 for december 27�273ic for the year 31 78�32ec for May. On Call sales of 25,000 by at a higher to 4o lower. Fork Trade Light but prices firm and a Shade higher. Sales ranged at $10,509 10.55 for Cash and october $10.42910.522 for november $10.50 for december $10.35910.372 for the year $11.272911.37s for january $11,409 11.45 for february. On Call sales of 500 urls at 29sc lower. Lard a fair business mainly on speculative account prices a Shade higher. Rales ranged at 7.82297.85cfor Cash. 7.77297.82c for octo ber 7 6097.022c for november. 7.5597 5720 torte year 7.6597 70c for january 7 75� 7.7720 for february. On Call sales of 4,750 pierces at .02n�.050 higher. # warning against a Rich mans son. New York oct. 3.the following advertisement appeared in the morning news papers the Public Are cautioned against cashing or negotiating any draft checks or paper of any description made or endorsed by George Hoey As his mental condition is such As to make him irresponsible for his acts. John Hoey. Or. John Hoey of the Adams express company said to a reporter my reason for adopting this measure is that my son George has lately fallen into the habit of having no time to run Down town and therefore stops in at some friends or acquaintances place of business and raises on checks or drafts drawn Apon me. Lam not averse to doing anything r All in my Power for the boy but i cannot a Rich Case for the lawyers. New York oct. 3.a motion was made to Day in the supreme court of Brooklyn to Settle the issues to go before the jury in the Case of John l. Hubbard and wife against Charlesr. And Norton p. Otis Well known manufacturers of elevators. The action is one to have the defendants declared trus tees of 400 shares of Hubbards Stock in the company which defendants have sold and for which plaintiffs demand the proceeds. It is alleged that Otis Brothers obtained pos session of the Stock Heid by Hubbard through a conspiracy and the Aid of n Wail Street broker. In 1882, when the Otis manufacturing company was formed it is claimed that Hubbard s 400 shares were sold by the new corporation at $3,000, they receiving $120,000 for what they received for $35,000. Smith claimed that the Case should go before a jury. Allen Butler opposed the motion and denied the allegations of any crookedness on the part of Otis Brothers. They gave indemnity Bonds for the purpose of maintaining the credit of the Stock. The judge took the papers. Or. Hayes on Ohio politics new York oct. 3.ex-president Ruther Ford b. Hayes was discovered to Day by a re Porter in tie fifth Avenue hotel. I come or. Hayes said the reporter to ask Yon about the political situation in of Iii and get your views concerning the contest next year. Or. Hayess countenance assumed a serious expression. I am sorry he said but i have made it a Rule not to be inter viewed and shall not deviate from my Reso Lution. My visit to new York is solely on business. I have nothing to say that would interest the Public. Or. Hayes subsequently explained that he would attend the meeting of the trustees of the Peabody fund and would remain in the City until Friday next when he would be present at the meet ing of tiie Board of directors of the National prison Reform association of which he was a member. Arrested for frauds in Alines Philadelphia oct. 3.homer a. Herr arid or. Francis c. Herr have been arrested on a charge of having committed extensive frauds in Harrisburg by the Sale of worthless min ing Stock. Or. Herr it is said induced his patients and friends to take an interest in several mining companies with which he and his brother were connected. He sold a great Deal of Stock and collected the assess ments to be devoted to the development of the properties. Horner Herr and a Man named 0. G. Mcclelland Are said to have made occasional visits to Harrisburg and in creased the interest there in various Compa Nies. On trial for wrecking his ship. Philadelphia oct. 3.ln the trial of Captain Barker on a charge of throwing his vessel the Mary d. Leach upon a reef and losing her the mate of Roswell a. Smith testified that when the vessel left old provi Dence the reef could not be seen from the Harbor hut in going out broken water was seen. Captain Barker gave Smith orders to tack ship at the same time adding 1 want this to be the last tack the ship shall Ever make. Smith to this made answer where Are you going to put her to which the Captain replied on the reef. Conviction entails the death penalty. In 1850 Browns bronchial troches were Intro mrwik and their Success As a Cine for Coble con is. Asthma and bronchitis has Ceu unparalleled. Lawless red men. Sensational revelations at the trial of a mall robber. Wheeling w. Va., oct. 3.ln the United states District court at Clarksburg yester Day there was rather a sensational episode. For two or three years the Mountain and Interior sections of this state have been Over run by an organization of Lawless men called red men at first ostensibly gotten to Gether for the purpose of preventing such Petty crimes As wife beating attempts at out rage or open adultery with which it was claimed these sections were cursed and for which the Law provided no adequate penalty. If this object was Ever in sight it was not for Long and latterly the body has developed into an organization of Law Breakers to whose doors All grades and varieties of crime i have been traced. About a year ago three men were arrested for Rob Bing the mail in Barbour county and Albert Price was convicted and sentenced to ten years confinement in the Buffalo n. i tertiary. Noah Kettle confessed hut was never sentenced. Yesterday the to Laird one of tiie robbers Jacob t. Hoffman was put on trial. He will undoubtedly be convicted As Kettle was put on the stand and testified explicitly to his guilt. He also gave away Many of the secrets of the gang their Laws Constitution objects and methods of work ing. They were banded together for the per nose of protecting illicit distillers from molestation by government officials and Marion Howes United states Gauger was at their head he levying a tax on the Moonshiner. Howes first proposed robbing the mails. He says this was at Howes own House and he and i were sleeping together. It was last Spring a year ago. He said lots of Money could be made by robbing the mails there was no one but a boy carrying and he could not re Sist. He also said there was no harm in it As the Money belonged to Rich merchants wino made it off of poor people. Howes and i had a difficulty some time after our first talk referred to and lie took the Start of me by telling about the robbery but Albert Prince never talked to me about it. Howes said tie Best time to Rob the mail was on monday As he had frequently seen ten registered letters leave Belington Post office Hoffman now on trial and i were to do the robbing. Price was to go to Belington Post office Aud if there were several registered letters in the mail he was to ride along the left Side of tie mail boy and when they got into the Brown Woods we Hoffman and i stepped into the Road Hoffman Drewa revolver and 1 a club. We made the boy get off Iii horse and v,.g took the mail Pouch into the woot 3-Tlie free Trade con Ference concluded its Izbi is to Day after a Long debate Between some members who insisted on absolute free Trade and others who favored an attempt to eliminate Protection As a first step and the latter opinion prevailed. An address to tie people of the country was adopted declaring that Protection was a ruinous measure and that All possible Means should be taken to abolish it immediately. Most of the gentlemen declared that they were straight out free traders in theory but thought it Wise to strike at Protection As a preliminary step. A literary Reau was agreed upon to furnish free Trade matter to the press generally especially the country papers. Sex governor John s. Phelps of Missouri tie presiding officer stated before adjournment that the time of the next conference would be announced hereafter. After adjournment of the Confer Terence. The Missouri state free Trade league was formed with sex governor Phelps As president. Indian haul feared in Mexico. Chicago oct. 3.a Casa Litas mex., special under Date of sept. 28, says indians coming into Casa Grandes say that jul was killed by falling off Bis horse while intoxicated. They say lie fell Over a Rocky precipice Road being above. Tie people do not believe the re port and consider it some Sharp Man Euver. They Are still apprehensive of an outbreak. The mexican general Tohati is at Casa Litas with a body of troops while jul with Chato has been having his Headquarters in the sier Ras a few Miles above the town wit i a Large Force. Small bodies of indians were in tie habit of coming into the town almost daily and seemed Well supplied with american Money but during the past few Days they have kept out of sight and owing to their suspicious movements have excited the apprehensions of the populace who anticipate another raid. Chief Justice Coleridge. Cincinnati oct. 3.chief-Justice Coleridge went Down the Cincinnati Southern Railroad this morning and will return via Louisville. Or. Shepard of the new York bar association. Having been called Home by an Accident to his daughter or. Johnson remains in charge of the party. Caroline e. Talbott an approved minister of the society of friends appoints a meeting at friends Church Corner of Delaware and st. Clair streets this evening at 7 30 Oclock. A general attendance is desired of friends and others. ? we want every lady who has not already had the Opportunity to practically test the Willcox & Gibbs automatic being machine. No tension Bobbin or shuttle. 92 East new York Street. Though pure and simple and so mild it might be need by any child yet Sozo dont a so Swift and sure that month and Teeth with wondrous Speed from tartar and from taint Are freed till they become Sweet White and pure. Flies Roaches ants bed bugs rats mice crows chipmunks cleared out by rough on rats. 15c. Ladies ask for Corticelli sewing silk. Great German Rei Wedy is a fit a attn run i Hail. Re Mcvea and Tre9 1833 he is mph mph ims sciatica Lumbago Jujj jowl fifth Cincinnati Ohio. I invite attention to their Stock of i rugs a lot Iii huh ifeainl.4, Kuffa. They Are i the proprietors of the original and genuine Allrn . The orders of Cash Aud Sciort time buyers particularly solicited. A on & Byj a goes % furnaces for ill fuels. Por Tafese or Brick set. Pow furl economical. Durable simpi.�. Thoroughly first class in All respects inspection solicited. I1 or Sale by Johnston Bennett 62 k. Washington at. In Liana old. You need not pay for style nor pomp put on Here nor for extraordinary expense incurred. Good substantial clothing for men and boys sold on economic business principles is our motto at 5 and 7w. Washington st. One Price. Famous Eagle. Dicksonsr Park theater Cor. Tennessee & w. Washington its. C. T. Gilmore manager. The finest variety theater in America. 5 More performances 5 More castles celebrities tie finest variety show on tie Road. Matinees thursday and saturday look at the prices 15c, 25c and 850. House crowded business directory. Indianapolis. Abstracts of title. Elliott Butler no. 3 Aetna building. Attorney at Law. Shepard Elam & Martindale attorneys at Law Etna building 19 j North Pennsylvania st. Miscellaneous. Patents models and Paiter Johnson & co., Corner of Georgia and Delaware its. F at ends patents procured for inventors. A Patent cases litigated. Charles p. Jacobs Patent attorney Indianapolis ind. Bry Cess bakery. Only one Quality of crackers made and that the Best. Wholesale Price cents and retail 10 cents per Pound. Re rcule3 Power. The safest an strongest powder in the world. Powder Caps. Fuse and All the tools for blasting stud up kept by c. , suits agent 29 la North Pennsylvania Street. Indianapolis Oil tank line cos., dealers in Petroleum products. Corner Pine and lord streets. S a. W s. W. B. Barry saw manufacturer. 132 and 134 8. Pennsylvania st. Smiths chemical Dye works no. 3 Martina less Block near Poa Toilie clean Dye and repair gentle menus clothing aug ladies dresses shawm Jacques and silk and Woolen goods of every description dyed and to la Sheu kid gloves neatly cleaned at 10c per pair. Will do More first class work for less Money than any House of the kind in the state. John i. Smith. Educational. Pennsylvania m Litany Academy Chester. Twenty second year opens septem ber 12. Buildings new. Superior appointments. Civil engineering chemical collegiate my Lish courses. Degrees conferred. Col. Theo. Hyatt president. Four French classes every Day at the Indianapolis Seminary. Advanced grammar class at 1 15 a. In. Beginning grammar class at 11 20 a. In. Oral class at 3 p. In. Conversation class at 4 p. M. Evening class for both sexes on mondays Anc thursdays at 7 p. M. Terms to per Quarter. 4 adjourned term Marion circuit a court. Notice is hereby Given that Auad journey term of the Marion circuit court Bijj t begun at the court House in tie City of Irv , on monday the 15th Day of october at. 0 Oclock a. In., and continue from Day to so Long As the business thereof May to by order of the court. Test m. 0. Mclain clerk. Hand hotels Indiana poll. Ind passenger elevator and All modern Conven rices. Leading hotel of rile City and strictly first class. Rates $2.50, $3 and $3.50 per. The latter Price Sci iming oath. Geo. F. Pfingst proprietor the journal thursday october 4, 1883. Sanford s Ginger. Prepared with the utmost skill from imported Ginger Choice aromatics and the purest and Best medicinal French Brandy from tie world renowned vintners messes. Otard Dupuy & co., Cognac Ren Dering it vastly Superior to All other gingers All of which Are made with common alcohol largely impregnated with poisonous Fusel Oil and strengthened with Cayenne Pepper. U Ripe fruit impure water. Unhealthy climate unwholesome food malaria Epi Demic and contagious diseases cholera Orbus cramps pains indigestion colds. Chills simple fevers exhaustion nervousness or loss of sleep that beset the traveler or household at this season Are nothing to those protected by a timely use of Sanford Ginger the Deli Cious summer Medicine. Delicious Sommer Medicine. Asa beverage with hot or cold water or hot or cold milk or added to ice water lemonade effervescent draughts of Mineral Waters it forms refreshing and invigorating beverage unequalled in simplicity and purity by any tonic Medicine while free from Alco Holic reaction. Avoid mercenary dealers who for a few cents extra profit try to Force upon you their own or others when you Call for san Fords Ginger. Sold by wholesale and retail druggists grocers Etc., everywhere. Potter drug and chemical co., Boston. Asa pure fruit stimulant for the to Agod mentally and physically exhausted careworn or overworked for delicate females especially mothers for those recovering from debilitating diseases and As a Means of reforming those addicted to an excessive use of alcoholic stimulants it is unequalled in the whole Range of medicines. Beware of imitations. San Fords is the finest Ginger in the world and notwithstanding the High Cost of its ingredients is the cheapest family Medicine. Sold everywhere. Potter drug and chemical co., Boston. Sanford s Radical cure the great Balsamic distillation of Witch Hazel american Pine Canadian fir Marigold Clover Blossom Etc., for the immediate Relief and per manent cure of every form of Catarrh from a simple head cold or influenza to the loss of smell taste and hearing cough bronchitis and incipient consumption. Relief in five min utes in any and every Case. Nothing line it. Grateful fragrant wholesome. Cure begins from first application and is rapid Radical per manent and never failing. One bottle Radical cure one Box catarrhal solvent and san Fords inhaler ail in one pack age forming n Complete treatment of All druggists for so. Ask for san Fords Radical care. Potter drug and chemical Boston. Of i the Relief and prevention the instant it. Is applied of by ? Icv / rheumatism neuralgia sciatica. Coughs colds weak Back n stomach and bowels shooting i pins numbness hysteria of male pams palpitation dyspepsia. Liver complaint Bill Soiu fever malaria Ami Epi electric cry Deli bios use Collinss plasters ? an electric Battery combined with a porous Piaster Anil laugh at pain. 25c everywhere. Pocket books purses work boxes portfolios writing desks Olive Wood novelties. Albums Crystal ornaments opera Field and read ing glasses microscopes and telescopes. All of the above in Large varieties at Charles Mayer & , 29 and 31 w. Washington Street. Wedding presents. One of the most appropriate presents wed dings is a handsome 6et of books. We Are just receiving some very elegantly bound editions of Hawthorne Holmes. Eliot Plato. Tio Luud Etc. We have an elegant line of albums and illustrated volumes. Call a i Bee them. Bowen. Stewart & co., no. 18 w. Washington st. The cheapest newspaper in tift West. The weekly Indiana state journal one Dollar per year. Ninety cents in Ciu Osof live Aud Over. For infants and children. Castori promotes digestion i that gives our children Rosy Cheeks,1 i. R a w hat cures their Levels makes them sleep and overcomes flatulence go Stipa its Castoria. Lion sour stomach Dia Hoea and when babies fret and cry by turns Feve Richness. It insures health and what cures their Colic kills their Worms natural sleep without morphine. Nut a storm. What quickly euros constipation sour stomach colds Ludig estion Castoria is so Well adapted to children that lint Castoria. I recommend Itas Superior Tony prescription Farewell then to morphine syrups Guowu to me. 11. A. Archer m. Do Castor Oil and Paregori and 82 Portland ave., Brooklyn n. Hail Castoria Layup Pihi i inn in urn m ? ii ii 8 m Centaur liniment an absolute cure for rheumatism sprains Burns Calls a. Tim most powerful and penetrating pain relieving and Healing remedy known to Man. Amusements 13 i Csont s 9 grand opera House. Geo. A. Dickson manager. The Best located and most popular Thea Tor in the state. Thursday Friday and saturday evenings 0 t. 4, 5 and 6, with saturday mat Ueo will to presented Robson & cranes boarding House i comedy in four acts. Gill pod or. Stuart Robson a old fashioned Boarder. Col. M. T. Elevator or. Win. H. Crane Corn Exchange Border. Prices As usual. Advance Sale of seats now going on at. The Box office. Monday oct. 8, or. And mrs. N. C. Goodwin. Englishes opera House. Will e. Eng Labh proprietor and manager. The largest Best and most popular theater in Indiana. Commencing thursday oct. 4. Every even ing and saturday matinee. First representation in this City of the revise gorgeous spectacular extravaganza Gallagher Gilmore so Gardners devils auction the latest metropolitan Success produced in a style of regal magnificence with n great com Pany of dramatic and Virpi Schorran artists. European specialities with Superb scenery by Harley merry. costumes by god Paris. A grand e glib Bai introducing the Star premiere Dau scuse Aysola mile. . A grand corps de b diet 50 . The latest parisian Sucre the great Peacock Ballet. Altogether the lilies pro piloting j it yen in this City. Public will please note that this pro mentation of the devils auction is entirely a different production from that Given in this City last season under the same title. Next week Uncle Toms Cabin. arrangements can be made for benefits any night during the season by societies military organizations churches clubs Etc., by applying at the Box office. 5

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