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-fg ■—H=H= —i DAILY SENTINEL, Erlday Morning, ■ salgawBl** 10. Twa copies of the SBWTI WEI nre seal to erery eonatr la ths Stats fer ths ase J -every connly In af the pa bite. They are the esa asy I CITY NEWt. tttrtho iaterest In tbe Abrsrss trial Is daily Increasing. SB* T-erOovernor Baker will not return from Michigan City nntll Saturday. if i ^•"Overcoats and stoyes are atill la demand—the seasons are certainly oat of joint. ta pWTho Anditor of Btate is atter the sinking fand delinquents With a abarp Btick. ^ ptrln the railroad election on Monday there will be two polls, both at the Coart House. set ■ ptr Harry Leake and hla excellent troupe are playing to fine houses ln La- layette. «SS pm*The dearth of local news for tot' eral days past has tried the tolas of local reporters. mt "■ ^sfrThe world renonned Lnoy Stone will lecture on Woman's Rights st Masonic Hall, on next Mondsy evening. ■gaT'There is no chsnge in tbe grain mnrket since onr last report. Choice red wheat rules firm at fl 10. Receipts are light. its p*3—stra. Catharine Landis bas been appointed matron of the Blind Asylum. *The appointment is ln erery way a very worthy one. pATTho Common Pleas Conrt has allowed Mra. Coors the sum of f60, pending the suit for divorce, which has been sued out by her husband. sat ^fa-Yesterday morning the County Commissioners appointed the election board in the out to* uships, to bold the railroad election next Monday. SSO 1 TsT*At the news stand on Pennsylvania street, adjoining the Postoffioe, will be found the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Daily Skntinel, and all late publications. — saw ptTEd. May has received orders from ono of the oldest and most responsible concerns in Philadelphia for his flre roofing. Thoy want it fora fine storeroom they sre just erecting. —i— ot* — Mff-Birney .Vt*oauley'a favorite troupe will open at the Academy of Music on Monday, in tho grand play of "London Assurance," with Miss Rachel Johnson in the leading ohsracter. sa ^•ty-The grocery store of Mr. Hrrtohlns, corner of Fort Wayne avenue snd Als- 1. tun streets, was entered by two burglars night before last, but they were flushed snd left empty handed. set. .r-iMt appears that Mr. Keneaster still masters the situation of "mine host" st the Bites Honse, and the report that It was sold i* all a mistake—perhaps "a weak invention ofthe enemy." ptrTho fGregory-dodoobe troupe exhibited to another very flne audience last night. Wo unhesitatingly say that this performance as a variety show is one of tlm wry best that has eversVlslted our city, I. is original and novel ln all its parts. f*r\ notice of a match game of bll- linr.lt, pltyed Woilnnsdav night between McDtvitt and Dm. McC'racken, was crowded out by a press of matter yesterday morning. Dm. % it away with tbe "Hoss," loading him twolve points in a Boors of live hundred. IsrpoRTAXT Arhk*<t.—Yesterday morning oiiicers Jainos .Stevens and Pryor Duval arrested it. S. Sutnr, at tbe Union Depot, on a charge of blowing open a safe in the store of .1. D. Lacy, at Fairland, ni^h; before last. The "gophirs" got four thousand dollars in notes, bat no money for their trouble. Suter was given to the custody of Mr. Lacy, who removed him to Fairland last evening. Rorsr Thirvks.—Cm last Monday the City Marshal received handbills descriptive of two spans of mares and two light thn* -sjirin:; wagons, stolen from the town of Shelby, Richland county, Ohio. Policemen Jesse Murphy and Bennett stated that the teams had passed through this city last Mtturdoy morning, going west. Murphy followed as far as Terre If into, where he learned the tesms bad passi d throagh Monday morning. As he was not providod with the proper papers to elfuct an arrest outside the State, he gave up the chase. A Homs Concert.—By reference to our advertising columns, it will be observed that Miss Flora Knns and Mr. K. Sbnltze, of Chicago, assisted by Indianapolis talent, will give a grand concert at Masonic Hall to-night. Miss Kurtz's many lrlends will be pleased *, this opportunity of showing their appreciation of her successful devotion to art. Sbe Is one of tbe very best concert singers In America, and Indianapolis should be proud of her. Mr, Hhultzn is a capital tenor, with fine execution, and as he and Miss Kong hsvs sung a great deal together in concerts at Chicago, where both are deemed indispensable, the audience will enjoy a rare musical treat. A It'll'ME NTS IN THK AilKAM'* CASK.— W. 1". Kishback, F.«<\., will oommenoe the argument for the State ln the Abram's trial, At the opening of the conrt this morning. Ho will be followed by Oeneral Fred. Knefller on behalf of the defense, who will be followed by the Prosecuting Attorney, John S. Duncan, for the St ite. Thoooncluding arguments will be marls by John T. Dye, Kir*., on behalf of tlio S ate, and Hon. Joseph E. McDonald for the dofendant. The oase will probably close rfnd l>o submitted to the jury Naturday evening, the llth instant,which Will be only one day less than a year from the perpetration of the crime of •which the defendant stands charged. During the continuance of the trial Abrams has appeared very cheerful. His wife has beeu constant is ber attendance and her devotion has had its influence upon bim. Thr New RoAKn or Trade awo Mer- cii a nts' KxiiiA.vdK.- We sre glsd to sn- nounca that the efforts, some time In progress, for tbe establishment of sn Exchange Association, which shall combine and harmonize all tbs trade and manrj- fac! ii ring interests ofthe city, have nearly reached a successful conclusion. We publish elsewhere a call for sooh an Exchange, numerousl'v signed by a large number of our leading business bouses, and also an invitation from ths committee having tbe matter In charge requesting the signers of the call snd sll business snd professional men to unite with the association, snd co-operate ln the organization, at Morrison's Opera Hall, to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at two o'eloek. We know of no enterprise, whieh, properly organized, csn do. so mneh to advance tbe prosperity of the eity ss this movement, lt is a union of sll InteresU and trades for the oommoa benefit, sod we presume the meeting will be rally at- wtended snd sa Kxchange established whloh shall exert a powerful sad permanent Influence over the fo to re of oar oity, TWE YOnfO nV9\9\tn. Trial mt William J. Mlath Day's Proceeding'*. Tb* court met yesterday morning, pursuant to adjournment, st half past eight, sod st forty minntes sfter sight o'eloek tbe prisoner sppesred, secompanied by hts with sad dsughter. Boats delay was occasioned by tbe non-sppearance of tbs counsel for defense, sad it was not until ten minutes past alas o'eloek that the court was oalled sad the testimony for tbe defense proceeded with: Ed. W. McCorkle-Nati ve of Pike township: knew Abrsms as aa honest and humans maa. By State—Don't know anything aboat him sines be came to Indianapolis. Silas Wbite—Knew Abrsms in Pike township, and he was s proper man at that time. By State—My flrst wife was Mrs. Clem's sister; kaaw aothlag of Abrama of lata years. John Bowen testified, oa cross examination, tbat Abrama' old neighbors In Plks township thought he waa making money too fsst to be engaged la aay honest occupstion. James P. Cstterson—Knew Abrsms ln Pike towsship sad la tbe srmy, but hsd lost sight of bim aloes tbst time; he had beea s food soldier dariag ths wsr. Aaron Clem — Orocery oa Delaware street, near Massachusetts svenue; my brother, W. W. Clsm, with me; hsve known Abrams aome two or tbree years; he was a regular customer for some time; on the morning of tbe murder Abrama oame to the grocery about seven o'clock; didn't see him drive ap, bat sold him some pesobes,sod pat them ln hta buggy; don't snow whether be bought anything else or not; don't remember seeing sny one with bim In tbe buggy, or st the store, nor whsn he drove swsy. By Stste—It wss not later thsn half- past seven o'olook; don't know how he was dressed; he was not in the baggy whsn I pat tbe psaches la it; don't kaow bow long he stayed. Recalled—Can not fix tbe tlms very definitely, bat It was ssrly Io tbs dsy. W. F. Clem—Have known Abrams three or roar yeara, and lived near him; he eame to our atore about eight o'clock, ln a buggy, with Enoch Reed,his nephew; he bought some peaches from my brother, but Dought nothing from mo whatever; saw the peaches la bis baggy In a box, but don't remember seeing snytbing else in the buggy; bs remained some thirty minutes snd tbsn atsrted off north toward home by himself; tbis must bsve been ss late ss half-past sight; my wife snd I were tatimste witb Mr. snd Mrs. Abrams. ■ _ _ By Stste—There is an entry oa tbs book of tbst date for peaches sold Abrama, but nothing else; I was very busy putting up an order when hs cams; I wss standing in the door whsn hs drove ap, snd ssw him get out of tbe buggy; hsd no business with Abrsms outside of ths grocery, and visited his family merely ss a neighbor; I did not visit Abrsms so often during the yesr preceding the murder ss I had done before; I testified before tbe grand jury that we bad quit viaiting Abrams because we were sfraid he was making money too fast; had no tlms piece thst morning wben Abrsms wss st tbe grocery, snd csn't fix ths tlms with any degree of certainty. David O. Lsnnis—Worked at Clem's grocery last September st the time of tbe Young murder; Abrsms cams to tbs grocery In s buggy between tbe hours of eight and nine o'olock; he drove up snd called to me, but I wss too busy to wslt on him just then; didn't see say thing more of him st tbat time. By State—Saw hi n only while passing from one room to another; did not speak to htm; oould uot say what kind of clothes he wore. Lea W. Mnnhsll—Havs known Abrams sinco W>Z, and was in the same regiment during the war; he was a good soldier, and considered an honorable man; know very little about him since we left the army in 1S65. Bv State—Have heard him spoken of onoe or twice sines he left tbo army; it was said that hs was getting along fast and msking money, bat nobody know liow; his standing in the ebnrch he.I also been discussed; he was a member of my class. Recalled—Wsa Abrams' class lesder for about a year previous to bis arrest. J. If. Colclazer— Knew Abrams In the iimy; he was s good soldier; have nnt known him since we left the army. Henry Slusber—Knew Abrams In Pike township and in the armv ; his character was good; be was a kind hearted man. By State—Have lived here six years; did not meet htm after during latin, and don't know any of his neighbors. Ad. Hereto— Abramsv was s good soldier, snd respected by sll wbo knew him ; he was s humsns snd law-abiding man. By State— Knjw him but slightly during 1867-8; don't know what his reputation was st that time. .General Fred, Knefler testified to tbe good character aad reputation of defendant in ths srmy. Oenersl Knefler bsd known him wsll sines the wsr, snd was generally acquainted with hia associate*; when be bought bia honse. I endorsed s note for nine hundred snd forty-five dollars for him: I exsmined Abrams' premises, snd the width of the slley north of tbe house is s fifteen foot slley; the width ofthe lot is twenty-eight feet; tbe psntry window opening on the alley is just ss high from tbe ground as Mr. Joseph K. McDonald Is tell. Witness detailed several other measurements tbat he made Isst night, snd sx plained them to tbs jury from s diagram. Tbe Court decided to admit the evidence of Mra. MoMullen, the affidavits of counsel for tbs Stste showing snfnctent csuse wby It bad not been introduced in the regular order. John C. S. Harrison—Knew Abrams msny years, bnt bad no business with him till 1867; never beard snytbing against bim; his dealings with us wero honorable. By State—His dealings with us were of s finsnclsl nature exclusively. William Wythe, 162 East St. Clslr— Have known Abrams since 1800; bis general character is good. By Stste—Have heard persons ssk how Abrsms wss msking monsy; never heard tbe question answered; he trsded st my grocery psrt of the time. , Joshua Carter—Have heard a good dea! of talk aboot bim sines bis srrest. Mr. Reagan—Abrams stood wsll in society; he is not s vicious or dishonest msn. By Stato—Never knew what bnslness be was in; hsve hesrd the inquiry made often, but never hesrd it answered; have talked with my partner about lt. Alexander MoKlalsy—Knew Abrams before his srrest; his character for honesty snd integrity was good, so far aa 1 know. By State—Never beard anything about bis character, one way or the other, either good, bad or Indifferent. Samuel Barker—Hsvs known Abrams two or three yesrs; don't know what his reputation was in the neighborhood in wbiob be lived. Henry Spear—Knew AOrams In Pike towLship sad In this olty; bis general character hss been considered good. By State—Don't know whst his friends in the eity thought sbout bim. Tbe defense hers stated, with the exoeption of examining one witness who was not present, tbey were ready to rest their case. It lacked some minutes of twelve o'clock, and It was suggested by Judge Wilson thst perbsps ths Htate might introduce soma of tbsir rebutting evidence, bat tbe defense ssked sn adjournment, sod It was grsnted. AFTBBBOOB BBSBIOB. The Stste introduced tbe testimony of Willis Pettlt, teller of tbe Citlsens' National Bank, readlag it from the transcript of the last Clem trial. Tbe testimony wss in substance ss follows: I changed money for Abrsms on the morning of Septsmbsr 9, giving him one 11,000 bill, and. I think, two 9600 bills; on tbe ssme evening be deposited 92,418; the money deposited wss the ssme, st least In denomination, ss tbst drswn ont In tbe morning; on tbe 10th be deposited 9160, and on tbe llth drew oat 92,668; do not recollect if tbere ass ene or more 91,000 aotes la the ram asld htm wbea be drew out tbe money oa the llth. Alfred Harrison—I bsvs known Wllllsm J. Abrsms s number ot yesrs. snd, np to this transaction, I sever heard anything against bis character; I never hssrd anvthlng against aim, sad do aot know as I ever beard snytbing particularly in his fsvor coming from aay of bis Immediate acquaintances aad neighbors. By Stste—My knowledge of hie charac- Ber Is confined to businsss transsctlons With bim. Tbe defense here suspended tbelr oall of witnesses to sllow tbe introduction jf further direct evidence by tbe State. Mm. Eliza McMnllen-I live st 166East strset; have resided in ths city two yeara, aad last September boarded at the Oriental House jam wife of Captain McMuUsn, •Msrk of tbe United States Coart; on the 12th oi Ust *-<-■ pf ctnrisr, in the morning, I w«s in Mrs. S:.'Y- .io' store oa Sonth Illinois street; was talking with Mrs. Stevens; a gentletasa sssss io sod inquired for a gun; Josie Stevens waited on him; she showed him a spaa whloh be said who rusty; my attention waa at- ■ acted by tbe strangeness Qf s little girl telling a gun, and to tbe tone of rotes of the msn; Josie showed him tbs offlee of Mr. Solomon across the atreet; I woald not like to aay bere on oath that tas Defendant Is the asaa; his complexion Is tbe ssme; I think he wors s blsek slouch hat; bis tons wss very kind when spsahlag to Josie. • Andrew Bronse, recalled by request of one of ths jurors. It wss sbout sight o'clock wbeo I first ssw Abrsms drive up to Clem's grocery. I sm aot positive, but I hsve an Impression some oas wss la the buggy with him; Abrams sat la tbs boggy sometime talking to Clem; 1 asked some msn wbo hs wss; sssr a box of peaches In the buggy; esn not ssy lt be got out of the boggy or not; it wss en Saturday morning. It was agreed tbat tbe saa rose oa the moraing of 12th Septsmbsr lsat, at thirty- seven minutes psst five, sad set at thirteen minutes psst six. The defence tbea announced thsir evidence was closed, snd the State introduced the following REBtrrriKo tbstimost. John C. Hanna, Deputy Sheriff.—Was not present when Hartmsn was arrested; saw him ln ths office of the jail sbout two bourn after; his beard hsd been dyed, bnt bsd partly worn off, snd wss sbout the color of Judge Wilson's. I assisted in ths arrest of Abrama; (a question aato tbe admissions of tbe dsfsndsnt regarding bis whereabouts oa tho dsy of tbe murder was objected to by the deiense. The Stste argued that tbe defense bsd set np a certain alibi to which tbis testimony was rebutting. Tbe defense argued tbat ths testimony was loading and should hsve been offered ss evidence in chief. Tbs Court ruled tbst ss tbs defendant hsd Introduced witness to prove his various movement* oo thst day, it wss competent toshow by the defendant's own sdmlssions tbat he wss st othsr places tban those named by bis witnesses, snd therefure tbe testimony wsa of a rebutting nature.) I wss with him aearly sa hoar st his bouse; be said in reply to my question tbat he oould prore where hs wss dariag svsry boar of tbe dsy; my Impression hi that be started oat by aaying bs was so Washington atreet near Illinois strset ln tbs morning. By Defense—He denied sll complicity In tbe murder, and seemed surprised tbst sny suspicion should be attached to bim. Enoch B. Sanders—I sm s painter by trsde, snd wss working for Wllllsm* J. Abrams on the llth of September Isst; I put in s full day's work st bis honse thst dsy; worked on the lattice work in tbe alter noon of that day; Abrams assisted In painting on tne esst side, commencing sbout ten o'clock in tbe morning; be did not psint sny during tbs afternoon, snd I did not see bim alter two o'clock; saw him between one snd two o'eloek: he was not st the bouse wben I quit work st six o'clock In tbe evening. By Defense—I know Dr. Oliver; he was not st Abrams' that afternoon to my knowledge; did not see Enoch K**ed there tbst afternoon; Flora KJlahart was working at the honse. The State here closed, and in reply to ao inquiry from tbe Court, Mr. Kishback stated that he would open tbe argument for the Stats, and Mr. Dye would close. As tbe evidenoe wss still in the hisro- glipbics of tbe reporter, bs wss aot prepared to begin tbe argument st tbst tlms. Judge Wilson then chaiged the jnry; they must keep their minds free from sll bias, snd not permit themselves to arrive at any conclusion until the arguments of counsel on both sides had been hesrd. One ol tbe jurors ssked tbst the Court grant tbe jury tbe privilege of strstcbing thslr legs about town during tbs balance of the afternoon. Tbe Court instructed the Kill iti* to attend the Jury in s stroll about tbe city. The court then rose, but tbe sitting was Immediately resumml by Judge Chapman, who reoelved tbe returns of the Or»nd Jury, after which the court waa adjourned until eight o'clock this morning. Call far a I'wnonaetelnl F.vrfcaware. Whereas, tbe growing business of IndlanapoUa demands sn association of business men tbat will embrace the entire Interests of the city; Including all manufacturers, merchants, bankers, traders and dealers in good standing. Therefore, we, the undersigned, agree to pay the sum ot twenty-five dollars for the ensuing year, for the purpose ot organizing and maintaining a commercial exchange this agreement tn be void unless an organization is effected. In case sseh and exchange Is established, It shall take the place of both commercial aatociations now ln existence. THE »EW-.«4UE QIESTI \. lively •a the Subject. for Monday Sight. City Fbowotiob.—Mr. George Bishop, who, hss been Baa Glsxisr-s ssStstsnt for two I tiding. aawttV a happy BSBStiaa te. taaaa-. or three years past, at engine house No. meroos Msads or our Merchant Tailor- 8, haa been promoted to ths Chisf Engl- I lag Emporium of Fashion, Bo. to North neership of tbe Seneca Falls engine at j Pennsylvania street. We invite tbe tbe Western No. 1 engine boose. We f tha si I sat ban of oar customers aad the warrant that Oeorge will always bs on time with his machine wbea a firs LOCAL NOTICES. Hlbben, Tarkingt .n A Co IlorjaMson A Stout i>"ttar Bros A Co yinnsilge, Junes A Co J K K.oertaoD k Uo K Over .1 Co KirobiU. Alkman A Co Fortoer, r'loy.l * Co W 1 rloMMay A Co Hays. R..s«nth»l A Co Refbew A Branham Pinker A Co Mousey k Co If Boyd Maxwell, try A Thun- h l.u t»B H P Weit k Co Ryan k Holhrnnk ft .hert Connelly It 9 Adam* >'..tl k Bun* Sold, (iihmn k Co 11 IM'urlisle J li I* itti.on Krml V Rush Wpi-gplJtllnp, M ElTiwt A Mott J A Murray T A Lewis. (Ireat W era Despatch C Ornet k Co T Gordon L*sh A r.njsoy BtuKK . J MA I 11 R ftrinkmeyer A Co C He "i* A Co Harm A Rail V T M«lott Citizens' National Bonk Murphy, Johnston A Co Croi.laod, llanoa A Co Lander*. Condoitt k Co Anderson. Bullock A 8eh .11.1.5 Richard A Talbott K.nne.ly. It,mm A Co JC Burton A Co Hendricks, KJaiun.it A Co J i'iibbork Leverio A Schnull Merritt A Cooshiua Wjte*. Bro A Co AI lord. Talbott * Co J C Unas A Co J'oiter A Wirsiat (aat Dtris A Co 0 Pnrsaioa A Co T i> a'inran A Co John Carlisle L W liaswlman Lllills.C'C* AI RR Wheat, Fletcher A Co II L Biniham C Olatier F Beelcr J .Skillen I 0 Wright, Empire Uas (Icisondof, Richardson A Co M M Laadi* W M Jos** A Co C C A I C R R C A I Junction M J Oarstan Col I f flrar. Uaioa Lin* H H LasBOBbort >i W Sotler u Merchants'' Wst'l Bask Indianapolis National lodiana National Bask Basil Hiirns'in's Bank Indians Hanking Co pony S A F etcher A Co'i Bank Indianapolit Branch Banking Company TBDfAWA vsristrs KKSTiTfKT. — Tnrler this caption tbe Louisville Courier-Journal snnounces thst the Indlsnspolis cricketers will visit that city on Monday next, to play a match game of cricket with the Kentucky clnb. That paper remarks of the friendly contest, and of the iadiaaapolls club, as follows: "The fine playing of these gentlemen will be well worth seeing. They have played four times with tbe Kentucky '■hit), and have won tbe ball three times. They bavn some fine batters in tbeir first eleven, and two or three "lightning" bowlers. We hope that all tbeir best men will come, that our citizens may see what skill and grace tbis ancient and honorable sport develops. We are assured that ths Kentucky club will bs rssdy for them, and will not yield tbs victory without a well-contested game. We stood In ned of no such assurance, for Kentucky bas never, on any field, showed a lack of courago, though sometimes the fates hsve been against ber. Oba nd .ti;by.—The grand jury returned twenty-four indictments In tbe Criminal Court yesterday afternoon, ss follows: For murder, three. For rape, one. For grand larceny, eight. For petit larceny, one. For assault and battery with intent to rape, one. For assault and battery, two. For riot, one. For selling liquor without license, seven. Thirty-one persons stand Indicted on tbe Indictments returned, five of whom sre youths, who are recommended to the Reform School. Thdiwd ay EvBBTBQ, September 9. Tbe Council met ln special session, snd ln the absence of tbo Msyor aod the President pro tern., oa motion of Mr. Locke Mr. Brown wss called to the chair. Twslvs Councllmen were present, tbe absentees being Messrs. Heckman, Kahn, Shepherd, Newman, Thoma ami Wood- burn. Mr. Locke moved tbat the speeial order, the consideration of water works aad sewerage, be suspended nntil a fall attendance could be procured sad thst Conndl tske up the bealth ordinance instead. The motion was lost. Mr. Nobis wss permitted to address tbs Council, sad stated that at ths Isst meeting of Council, permission wss granted Mr. Alvord to grade an alley running from Market to Ohio street, in square 61, st his own expense; tbst Mr. Alvord was using the dirt taken from the alley on his private property. As he waa a property owner on said alley, he objected to such disposition of the dirt, as it waa needed to fill another portion of tbe slley. Mr. Locks moved to reconsider the action of Conndl on tbe subject. Mr. Kennington opposed the reconsideration, sle did aot see tbe ase of ensct- ing measures at one meeting snd abolishing them ths next. Mr. Csttrell, wbo hsd introduced tbe petition of Mr. Alvord, ssld thst Council hsd no rigbt to grant any ons the privilege, by resolution, of removing dirt from s public strset or slley. Mr. Alvord hsd whispered In his left ssr thst bs bsd s low lot tbst he wanted filled. He (Cottrell) wsa not to blame if Councllmen were not sifted with as large a share of legal talent ss himself, sod nssssd mess ores that eoald not bs lawfully sustained. The rots by wbloh Mr. Alvord was granted permission to grade ssld alley was reconsidered, sad Mr. Al vord's petition was referred to tbe Committee on StreeU snd Alleys. Mr. Locks again objected to taking np the special order of business. • Mr. Cottrell advocated immediate action. It waa not the fault of Council men present that others wers sbsent. Street Improvements were being poshed forward snd bowlders now being put down would havs to be taken up in esse sewerage was deddsd apoa. Large contracts for bowlders bad been let, snd contractors bsd thslr material oo tbe streets resdy to go on with thslr woak, bnt wsrs waiting tbe action of Council oa this subject. f A motion to sdjoum was lost. Mr. Kennington wss in favor of discussing the subject. Tbe members prsssnt oould pat forward thslr several views witboat taking aay definite sot lon.* Mr. Wiles thought the subject of sewerage should be acted upon la fall ooaa cil, ss |t wss a messure thst, if adopted, would cost the dty upwards of hslf s million of dollars. Hs was ia fsvor of sewerage, snd would be glsd to sss some system adoptod snd carried ont ss esrly ss possible, Mr. Looks was (a fsvor of sewerage, snd believed tbe dty was ssdiy deficient in aot bslng provided with s complete system of drsinsgs, but bs was aot pre* l srsd to sot upon tas subject unless s full Conndl wsrs prsssnt. Wbsn ths Council would decide upon the adoption of sswsrags sad water works, tbsrs would be no difficulty in disposing of a sufficieiioy of wily bonds for tbe purpose. Mr. Wbitsitt ssld ths snbjeot should bs Btited upon st onse, in order tbst tbs V.a ginoer sbould know what to do regarding the Virginis svenue aewsr, as be wss under instruction* to advertise for proposals to build tbs sains, snd It wss necessary that sueh sewer sboald be built ia aeoordsnee with tbe general plsn to bs adopted. Four ont of tbe ds absentees wers la fsvor of sewerage. Mr. Wss ver wss ia favor of sewerage, bat did not bslleve in acting on so important s messurs at. the present meeting. He desired s full tuestiug for tbs discussion of the subject. Mr. Cottrall hsd osen to Cleveland, where be found tbem putting down Vicholson psvsmsnts st s cost ot fli SO per llnosl foot, on sscb side, snd be st once fall the smallosss of tbs city of which he wss a citisen. If Councllmen here would provide for sucb strict improvements, tbey would bs crucified witbin twenty-four Hours; but notwithstanding* this fact, be bad returned home with a full intention of voting for any and all benetlclal improvements tending to mske this s first clsss dly. Mr. Ksnnington belelved in pushing the sewerage question, and in obi-tiuinu sewerage esrly ss possible. It is s matter of economy tor tbs etty to do so. A hesvy overflow of wstsr on Virginis avenus would involvs tbe dty In damages amounting to twice the east of s proper sewer for the protection of prop erty In tbst direction. Sewersgs is needed, snd the public are in fsvor of it. Oo motion of Mr. Marsee, ths subject of sewersgs wss msde tbe special order of the next regular meeting. The report of the City Civil Engineer was rosd and concurred in. The City Clerk reported be bad examined tbe books or tbe City Treasurer for tbe yesrs 1867 snd 1868, ending May 10, ItttS'J, and found tbe same correct. Ks- port concurred in. Mr. Brown presented tbs opinion of ths City Attorney, ssld opinion being tbst tbe dty bsd tbs right Mi lease the lot fronting on Msrylsnd strest oa any terma tbev may deem proper. Mr. Brown moved that John Peabody be allowed tbe privilege of using tbs lot belonging to tbe city, on Msrylsnd street, until January 1, 1870, provided bs keeps tbe fences lu good repslr, snd psys s rent of fifteen dollsrs psr month. Adopted. Tbe Chief Flre Engineer reported tbst tbe expenses of tbs Flre Department for the tbree months ending August IB were ft.7M bt. The City Sexton reported the following number of Interment* in tbs city cemeteries daring tbs month ending August 01 HM9: I'nder tre yesr* From fir* tolas y*ar* From ten to tweaty year* ....... From twenty to thirty roar*. ~„„... Frous tnirty lo forty years ■ ?rom forty to fifty years _ root tilt/ to **r*aty years Frost ser«Dty to eighty year* ^»-The Bosrd of County Commissioners have accepted tbe proposal of citizens to put up piers for a bridge over White river at the foot of Kentucky avenue, the county to pnt on an iron bridge. The dtlzens' purse amounts to $13,000, and the bridge will cost nearly ss much mors. Tbe bridge Is to be free. ^ear-Portions of ths new SairrrBBi. Building are nearly ready for occupancy. Workmen will commence thla morning putting up onr new doable cylinder press, snd ws bope to bsvs it ia running order ln tea days. 3 2 1 1 5 Total. _ ^_. Tbe Committee oo Fife Department presented tbe following report: Obstt.kmeb: Your committee to whom waa referred tbe recommendation of the Chief Fire Engineer in reference to tbe purchase of bose for tbe use of tbs Firs Department, would respectfully report tbst in tbeir opinion tbe hose now in use sre totally unreliable, snd to make the department as efficient ss It ahould be will require the immediate purchase of 2,700 feet of hose. We. therefore, recommend tbat 'the Chief Kin. Knglneer, with the Committee on Fire Department, be authorized to contract for 2,7H0 feet of first dsss bose st s cost not to exceed 11 7s per foot. John L. Marnkk, Isaac Thalbar, Acstib U. Known, Committee. After considerable diaenssion the report was concurred In. The Marshal was authorized to atay proceedings regarding the opening of tlje Sberman Honse Alley, until the City Attorney bad rendered his opinion on the subject. On motion the Council adjourned. pB~Deputy Marshal, Ons Iteiok, captured dght pieces of goods and s nsvy revolver last evening, st No, 300 Soath Illinois street, oa s writ of replevin sworn ont by oae W. O. Sloan. Tbs right ot property in the goods, which srs ssld to have been fraudulently obtained, will be tried before Esquire Curtis at nine o'clock this morning. Rbai. Kstatb Transfers.—The following real estate wss transferred yesterdsy : Fleteheri to Bethel A. M. E. Cbnrch. sub-lot St of their subdivision, for ttin. James A. Artinan and wif* to Sylrsnu* Booker, lot* 19 snd », in Hoibrook, for |400. Harriet and George K. Uornaday and otber* to Bj-lvaaa* Booker, lou 10 asd 11. In Hojbrook, for $78. B. S. Alvord and othen to Henry C. Martin, lot 51, U> Alvord A Co.'i lobdivision of Butler * Flrtcher'ii addition to Col lefe Corner for $1,080. El 8'wir^°,ra and ether*, lot* M snd 55. in ■sm* subdivision, ior tt.SJO. .k ii 8i .mi\Sr* Vi.0***** to JsBBlen. Mar- $1«6. ^ lsaam*.oAdivt*ion. for ^rsBsU M. Vssrl-i* ssd win to John M. Jsml- g^f*** of assttos 14, town 16. range i. for Michael O'Reilly aad wife to Jam*. H Ma- W*£?£fc$t*t8£ Exchange.—A masting of the signers of the eall for the organization bf a aew Excbsage, aad of all business and professional men wbo desire to unite in tbe movement, sad join ths Association, will bo held in Morrison's Opera Hall, oa Saturday (to-morrow) afternoon, st two o'clock. A full report will be submitted from the oommlttee appointed to prepare a constitution and by-laws; and it la expected tba; an organization will be effected. J. C. Tarkixotojj, T. B. Elliott, David Gibson, J. W. MrjBFBV, CJeoroe K. Share, Joseph D. Patti-son, J. Barnard, Jamks Oreene, 10-2 Committee. public to oor first invoice Of sa elegact aad lively stoek of the celebrated Elbenf, London, Scotch and otber goods, jost received, embracing the plain aad faaey. We call particular sttsntion to oar handsome selection of Plaid goods, whloh ars all the rage In Eastern clties. 8-3 Tbbat A Clafun. iiaoti ••Pity the serraws at man," says tbe poet; bat ia tbess days we ahoald rather pity the sorrows of a poor cook who is withoat say of Wood- worth'a ."Concentrating Flavoring Extracts." a-* The Celebrated Oyster 1 ofthe city for Oyatera la every styls, is st D. *atprice8 lower thaa ur hoase lathe IXaU,iXts.r'm Wa SK Onnlli Ulinni. ut 1 . r _ - _ DeRuiter's, No. 65 Soath Illinois street. 10-2 Peaches, Peaches, Peaches. — Fresh Peaches received daily st Bo. tl Soath Illinois street. Grapes sad other choice fruits constantly on hand, and all sold st tbs lowest msrket prices. 10-2* Ice —1 have plenty ar lea tor all my regu Isr custom ers ths year round, and some left to sapply a portion of King's, Burkhsrdt's sad Botsch's dropped customers, if tbey spply sooa. 10-2* Obobob W. Pitts. luscious, at D. DeRuiter's, No. 68* South Illinois atreet. 10-2 Hr*. A. Baker haa reaaaTSol her stock of Millinery goods to No. 198 East Washington strset, wbere sbs will be pleased to see her old customers, snd show tbem aa elegant Uae of Millinery aad otber goods. 10-3 SBS Travel all amnad Uae World, ar around tbe Governor's Circle, to the Circle Restaurant oa North Meridian strset, aad we csn assure yoa tbst yoa never sat down to a game supper or oysters, cooked as delicious as thsy sre served up st Mrs. Rhodius'. 10-2 Oysters. Oysters, Oysters, served ap in any style, aad in s manner ss only Becker A Brother know bow to do tbe thing, st thslr new snd slegant restaurant room. So. 17 North Pennsylvania Strset. Tbey havs msds arrangements with Eastern shippers which Insures tbem oi getting ths largest snd best Oysters tbs atsrkst stfords. Families and parties served by leaving orders ss sbove. 9-3 - Wonderful • «(andard Bitters '*- a A. II. McKim, M. D., of Washington City, spesklng of Speer's Wine, ssys: "So mucb pleased bsve I been with It, thst I hsvs introduced it into ths Wsshington Asylum, of whioh I sm the l'hyaicisn." His wins is the base of his Bitters, msde bitter by what are ln daily oss by the Medical Faculty. Thsy only need s trial to recommend them. Sold by Druggists. ■ 8-dAwlw ■ The terras Hew Yorh Oae Price Clothing Hoase, tbe^lsrgsst clothing establishment la tbe State, of L. I. Mossisr A Brother, No. 37 Esst Wsshington street, beg leave to inform the pablie tbat, owing to tbeir ons prios system snd fair dealing, their trsde hss so increased since opening tbeir branch bouse ia ladiaaspolis, thev hsvs been compelled to sdd to their already lsrgs store rooms whieb tbey bsve done in s convenient manner, by a band- aome atairway to the lsrgs room ovsr tbelr drat floor. On this seoond floor can be seen a very large and elegant stock of sll styles of fins ready msde clothing, which tbey hsvs recently received from tbeir New York Honse; in fsct, many of tbese gooda ars quits equal to clothing made to order, at abont oas half tbe prioe charged by tailors. Thsir Boys' Clothing Department contains ths finest selection ever brought to tbe city, to wbieh parti, i- lar attsntlon is invited. Tbs stock on the flrst floor is lsrgs snd complete, containing s full lins of men'a fsll sad winter clothing. Especisl sttsntion is called to their cheap snd lsrgs stock of overcoat*. The department of gents' furnishing goods is slso oomplete, snd offers grest Inducements in sll tbs nsw snd stylish novelties to be fonnd in any Eastern house, st particularly low prices, in trunks, valises, traveling sacks, carpet bags, eto., they oaa supply tbs million st much lower prises thsn sny bouse in tbe city. Owing to their Isrge purchases, they are sbls to bay piece goods much chesper tbsn smaller dealers, snd hsvlng secured tbe celebrated cutter of the West, Mr. I. N. Winter, tbey sre enabled to guarantee perfect satisfaction in tbeir Merchant Tailoring Department. Particular attention Is Invited to tneir new and nobby patterns ot piece goods, snd tbe prices for which they msks suits to order. All srs solicited to call snd tske s look through this Msmmoth Clothing House, before purchasing elsewhere, tf The Beat aad Original Tonic af Iron, Phosphorus, and Csllssya, known as Caswell, Mack A Co.'s Ferro Phosphorated Elixir ofCaliaaya Bark. The Iron restores color tu»the blood, tbe Phosphorus renews waste of the nerve tissue, snd ths Cslisays gives a natural healthy tone to ths digest! vs organs, thereby curing Dyspepsia in its various forms, Wakefulness, Oenersl Debility, and Depression ot Spirits. Manufactured only by Caswell, Hsxsrd A Co., New York. Sold by sll druggiats. 3i-eod(eow)Awltamly Great Bargain** will be oilered for the next ten days st Branson's, in Boots snd Shoes, st our closing-out sale. We must bars room for our Fall and Winter atoek. 7-6 as ——— Progre*AS.-«'olnuibns sailed to the Americsn coast in s four hundred ton ship, snd flrat landed noon the Island of St. Domingo. Laat week a vessel from St. Domingo unloaded ln New York over four hundred tons of St. Croix Rum for P. H. Drsks A Co., of tbst city. This is but s few weeks' supply of this srticle, which these gentleman uae ln the rx»»nu- faetnre of tbe celebrated Plantation Bitters. We are Informed by an exchange that Messrs. Drake A Co. hsve not sd- vertised s dollar for s year, but that the sales of this article continue at the former enormous figure. In 1864, the reeeipU of tbe Plantation Bitters were equal to those of the New York aud New Haven Railroad. Magnolia Water.—Superior to the best imported Germsn Cologne, snd sold st hslf the price. 6-m,w.f,Awlw Heitkam, Merchant Tailor, has just returned from New York City with s large and well-selected stock of fashionable and seasonable goods. His selections displsy excellent tsste In both quality snd style, snd having sn sccomplisbed cutter snd the best of workmen, hs is prepared to msks sll articles of gentle- men'a wear in the latest modes sod with workmanship ihst can't be sxcsllsd. 7-* ard in another column. SPEER'S 8T AND ARD WINE BITTERS Is highly recommended hy physicians for Dyspeptics, on account of its tonic properties, its parity, and its delicious flavor. 27-drmwAwlm em . New Coed*. New Woods.-Velvet carpets, body snd tapestry brasaels, tbree plys and ingrains of all kinds, ths best selected assortment in tbs dty; also wsll paper, window shades, oil elotk, mattings, damask and lace curtains, lsmbriguins snd sll kinds of trimmings city st Gall A Rush, 101 East Washington street, opposite the Court Hoase. 6-tf Par Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, call on J. C. Dunn, Plumber, Gas snd Steam Fitter, No. 22 Kentucky avenue, (McOuat's Block.) Pumps, Bath Tubs, Sheet Lead, Lead, Iron Pipes, Gss Fixtures, etc. sngH-Sm SPECIAL NOTICE. Da Wa If we knew osr own orassltarioBS store thoroughly.few would pan unheedad the many wsra. ins* of disease. It does set require much knowl- odso to kaow tbat taessPirsplsi.Blotehss.Tstter*, Soros, Seals*. Boll*. Spot*. Ste.. srs impurities of tke blood; nay, perhaps store the reiult of Syphili* improperly cured. Aad if thote ia saeh s state knew that tbs arsrass amonnt of blood ia the body i* aboat one-fifth of tke weight of the body, aad that the entire of that impure blood passes throagh the heart, tkey woold be moro alarmed at thoir eoadition. It I* to such that the Baa*arltea*a Bas* aad Herb Jnlsss Ia recommended. It I* a poiitive care for that dreadful dUea**, Syphilii. whieh ha* rained more ofthe human family than any other diseaae known. Eradicate it. then, from th* ayatem. and do not bring misery on your children. Price •1 S per bottle. NtxtRinvt sun Ths only real and poiitive eare for Gonorrhoea, Gleet, and diseases arisiof from indiscretion, Balsam. Copabia and Mercury discarded. Only ten pill* effect a eare. They ore portly resjota- Mo; cuie in from two to foar ssys, tha* avoiding eipoiure and trouble. Pric*. male packages. 1-; female. f3. Seat by mail. Sold by Tomlicsoo A Cos. IS Bsst Washin»ton (treat. IndlanopoiU. DkSMOsTD A CO.. Proprietor*. _ 915 Race atreet. Philadelphia. Wbo will aniwer all letter* oakin*; advice. mchl deodly Sehenek's Palsaaass Sy rap. Seaweed Toaie aad Mandrake Pills, will car* Contumption. Liver Cuiapoaint and Dyspepsia. if taken according to the direction*. They aro all three to be taken at tb* Same time. They cleanse the itomach. relax ths Uver, aad pat it to work; thon tho appetite become* rood, the lood digest* aad mako* good Stood: tke patient begin* to grow in flesh; tks diseased matter ripens in the lung*, and the patient outgrows the disease ond gets wtll. Thi* i* the ooly wsy to •ore Consumption. To those throe medicines Dr. J. H. Schenck. of Philadelphia, owe* hi* unrivaled success in th* treatment ol Pulmonary Consumption. Tie Pulmonic Syrup ri pent tho morbid matter in tho long*, nature throwa it off by ss easy expectoration, tor whan th* phlegm or matter i* ripe a slight cough will throw it off. and the patient ha* r**t on^ * 'oas* begin tojieal. To do thi*. the seoweed Tonie aad Mandrake Pilli must be Ireely ated te cleanse tke stomach and livtr. to that tke Pulmonic Syrup aad tho food will make good blood- behenck'i Maadrake fill* ast npon the lirer. removing all obitru'-tioni. relax th* ducts of the gall bladder, th* bile start* Ireel* and the liver is toon relieved : the stooli will (bow what the Pill* can do; nothing hs* ever beon invented except ealome' (a deadly poison whieh is very dangerous to use unlet* with groat eare) that will anlock tbe gall bladder and start the secretions of the liver like !k'h*nck'* Maadrake Pills. Liver Complaint ia on* of tho mott prominent causes of Consumption. Schenck's Seaweed Tonic is a gen tie stimulant ond alterative, and the alkali in the Seaweed, which thia p-»paration it mad* ot. a**isu the ■tomaeh to throw out the gastric juice to dissolve the food w:th the Pulmonic Syrup, aad it it made into good blood withoat t'ormoatation or souring In tho itomach. The great reason why physieians do not car* Consumption is, tbey try to do too much; they give medi.-tn* to (top the cough*, to ttop chill*. to (top night sweats, hectic fever, and by to doing they derange tne whole digoative powers, locking up the secretions, and eventually th* patient sink* and diet. Dr. Schenck. in hi* treatment, doea not try to ■top o cough, night aweats. chill* or fever. Remove the cause, and they will all itop of their own accord. No one can be cured of Consumption, Liver Complaint. Dyipepsia. Catarrh, Conker. I'loe.-ated Threat, unless the liver and itomaeh are mado healthy. if s penon ho* consumption, of coarse the lungs. Is some way, are dt.easoa. either tuber- ties, abeesses. bronchial irritation, pleura adhesion, or the lungs area mass of inflammation and fast decaying. In such cases, what iuu.«t oe dune? It ii not only the lung* that ar* watting, but it is the whole body. The itomaeh and liver hare lost their power to make blood oat of loud. Now, the only chance I* to take Dr. schenck'* three medicine*, wi.h will bring ap a tone to the stomach, the patient will begin to waat food, it will digest easily aod make good blood; then the patient begins to gain in flesh, and, a* soon as tha body begins to grow, the lungs commence to heal up. and tbe patient gets fleshy and wall. Thii u be only way to cure Condumpiiua. When there is no lung disease, and only Liver Complaint and Dyipepiia, Schenck's Seaweed Tonio and Mandrake fills are sufficient, without th* Pulmonic fyrup. Take the Mandrake Pill, ireely in all bilious complaints, as thay are perfectly harmless. Dr. Schenck. who hai enjoyed uninterruptea health for many years paat. and now weighs 225 pounda, wa* watted away to a mere skeleton, in the very last stage of fulmonary Coniamption, hi* physicians having pronounced bii case h»pe less, and abandoned him to hi* fat*. Ue wa* cared by the ..foresaid medicine*, and line* his recovery, many tnuusand* similarly afflicted, hav* used Dr. Schenck's preparation* with the tame remarkable lucre*!. Full direction! accompany each, making it not absolutely necessary to personally tee Dr. Svhehek. aales* patient* wish their lungi examined: aad for thii parpoot he it protenionally at hit principal office. Philadelphia, every Satorday, where oil tatters for advice must bo addressed. Prioe of the Pulmonic Syrup ond Seoweed Tonic, aaeh tl 50 per bottle, or $7 50 a halldo sen. Mandrake Pilu. 2a eent* por box. for sal* by all Drussitta. iaalS deodly Irisin, the 4 out posnd rl nld Extract of Irit Veraleolor. This powerful Vegetable Alterativ* will ear* Scrofula ia it* various forms, asd other Constitutional Affections ond Taints, whether Hereditary or Acquired, tuch aa hruptient of th* Skin, Incipient Coniamption, etc.. Rheumatism an J (lout. It ia an infallible pre ven tiv* sad ears for Neuralgia, Siek Headache and Nervousness. Diseases of Women, Diseases of the Liver. Kidneys, Urinary Postages. Its Ionic properties make it s valuable remedy in Dyipepiia and Ueneral Debility. By taking Irisin, the Blood (which permeates all the tissues, and it tbo life osd nutrition thereof.) it purified, rendering tho whole system perfeotly healthy. Formula of Dr. Joha Wilkin*, of Baltimore, Maryland. For salo by all druggiiU. - mcb.17 d* wly UEGKMAN'S FKRRATED ELIXIR OF BARK A plestantcardialpreparedfromCaliaayaBark and Pyrophosphate of Iron, possessing th* valuable propertie* of iron, phosphorus, asd calisaya, without any injurious ingredient*. Ass preventive to fever ond ague, aad as a tonie for patient* recovering from fever or other licknets. it can not be surpassed, and is recommended by the moat eminent phyiiciani- Pbyiician* is prescribing, and th* public in purchasing, should bo partioular to specify HEGEMAN'S, aa thero sro many inferior artiole* in tb* matk*t, purporting to be of' ths ssme combination. Prepared only by flageman A Co., BBSBBsBI sad Druggitu, Row Tork. sad (old by all BBBBBShwns Druggiiti. novMdlyeow "Phffiiilx" Pure Wbite Lead. W* offer ths above brand of WHITB StBsus to tha pablio. with th* rnsinyB asbvbabcb that it i* perfectly PURE, aad hereby agree to promptly pay One Ounce ot Gold. For erery ounceof ADULTERATION that it may bo foand to contain. For aal* by dsalau gen srslly. SCKSTEIN, HILLS A CO.. Ciaeinnati. Notx.— Consumers will consult their irtssest by bearing in mind that a large proportion of tha article aold as ruai whits; lkao. is asiWttrotat- to th* extent of from 50 to SO per cent.; aod nVuch of it doe* aot contain a particle of Lead *prl2deodHm ^~* Barnelor'n Hate Dytj, Thiliplendid Hair Dye is the.best U the world* the only true and perfect Dye: haralon^aHahiV instantaneous; no disappointment: n«TSJi.» lout tin tt; remedial the Ol effeetTof latidi!": ■ the Hair s»#*I*a"l ****-• Sold by rsTigoratoe ana leavei the Hair fu! black or brows ^nV-AA^^ ■iBSBBATISS.-It iry to hobble throagh life on erntehe* sttoek sf TksssuriBB* improperly treated, has resorted is ths stiffening ot a limb. Apply HoUowsy't Ointment to the joint affected; rub it ia with a will, asd until in this course until tas tone* rises* begin to yield to Its softsn- ing props* ths. The worst sssss sf oon traction may hs relieved by thi* process. Sold hy all **p9dAwlw liBIll '"■ Tho Masjc Comb sap*. Teeth are coated with .olid Dye, hair to be wst wben combed, which depo* it* the Dye upon the Hair and color* lt a permanent glossy black or brown. Is not poison, or in any way injurious. Oss Comb tent hy mail fo* fl». Trade invited to **nd for prieo*. Addre** W. PATTON. Treasurer Magic Comb Compear. Springfield, BnwJJBBawBsaBh For*aleeverywh*re. fob* dly WANTED. w ANTED-A Printer. Addre** "The Pre**,' (treenesstlo. Indiana. ssplO St* WANTED—A Cottage, of six room*. Apply tn J. S. Anderson, st City Grocery. **pl0 3* 90 wlfXit AGENTS WANTED.-A Sample m.\J.\J\J\J »ent free, with terma. for anyone to elear twenty-five dollars daily in three hour*. Business entirely new. light aad desirable. Caa bo done at homo or traveling by both male aad female. No gift enterprise or humbug. Addrea* W. H. CHIDE3TER. **p9 d6t 260 Broadway. Sew York. \\T ANTED—The public to know that Solomon 'i Tf great Pawnbroking Establishment it No. 25 South Illinoii street. Money advanced liberally ob Diamond*, Wateass. Jewelry. Clothing, novll dly •tc.ate. FOR SALE. FIR SALE.—A Grocery Store doing a good bssiaes*. with a pr* (Stable lino of customer*, for sal*. For term* spply at No. 56 South Illi- boI* street. au«l3 dim Fi R SALE. -Pine. Sash, Door* and Blind* at Is** thaa poplar prieo* at McCOftuA WHEATLEY'S. Lnmber Yard. No. 18S South Alabama street, aug 12 3m Indianapolis, Indiana. V0R SALE—A Woolen Factory, in the aouth r ern port of the State, near tho Naw Albany and Chicago Railroad, in a great wool growing country. The Faetory it doing a largo custom trod* In carding, (pinning and weaving. For particulars addres* W. F.. Box 1459. Sentinel office, Indianapolii, Indiana. jy28 dim Sale of Refresliment Stands. I will sell at aaetion on tho State Fair Grounds at Indianapolis, oa Tuesday. SepUmber 14, IS*. at 2 p. m., fire bow building* fer Dining Rooms - alto one Dining Hall on* hundred feet lon* by thirty feet wide, with kitchen attached; four boo tht under th* amphitheater; and auch other plaoe* a* will ho d.signated by the Bosrd wUl be aold. asd none otkor*. Terms—One half cash, and balance on Monday. September 27. Any oso failing to pay will forfeit the right to the ■am*. J. B. SULLIVAN, Superintendent. Daily Journal. Mirror. Commercial. Telegraph aad Volksblatt copy. sepl-dtd. TOBACCO. lT>JT>IAiVAB?OIaIS TOBACCO WORKS, -& -9 mt\ - isf mt\ rsr s (Succouor to J. A. MAY A CO..) Manufacturer of all kinds of PLUG TOBACCO. SaUi.Hsa. MastatST BawBlnsBBahaB, Tens, Hay Apple and Fig Lumps Made to Order Only. ALL BRVM1 lVARBtXTtD, aaatUhs PORTABLE CAS^.ICHT._ Ugfc.! Light!! Light!!! TKT -A. Art. 3D • S PORTABLE GAS LIGHT The <tr*>ate«t Intention or Ihe Age fur Lightis-a ResitJfBiee, Ntore*. Halls, Stoop**, atreeta, Kee. IS the cheapest, saiwit ssd mott prscti-al mod* of illumination ever invented. Koch Lamp is complete in itself, requiring no machinery or piping. Can be placed anywhere, 'aad moved from one n>( m to another at pleasure. They ean not cot out af order, and will laat a lifetime. One of the most important feature* is it* application to sl'rttK T LAMPS, fbr lighting up towns, villaset. etc. They ean be **t on wooden pott* at any point desired, oad cost, conrtrr*, leas than the ordinary iron ga* lamp posts. Each burner generate* its own gaa at a coat of about one- third "t a cent per hour, and barns a beautilui white ilajie withoat "Wick or Chimney, Avoiding the intolerable nuisance of trimming lamps, saving th* coat oi chimney*, snd furnishes a light equal to Three Coal Oil Lamps, At One-tkird the font. Th* Lamp* ars mad* entirely of metal, eeass- queotly, can not break, and comprise all ityle* and price*, from the plain Wall Lamp, for workshop or kitchen, to the elegant Portable Stand or Chandelier for the parlor, public hall or church. Ma Aerident tan Oeesur. They sre, withoat exception, the mott complete SAFKTY LAMP now in use, a* from their c. i n s truction it i* im possible for th* blaie to communicate with tho oil. aad the go* ia generated only at fast at consumed. I om bow manufacturing all style* of Fixtures for tbe use of tho sow light, and will furniah all DEALERS with Oil or Laaps of a Superior Quality. At th* lowest wholeiale pries*. Ysrds, lawns, croquet grounds, snd hoaaea having no gas, illuminated, (when ordered ) on ihort notic*, •arCounty right* In thit State for Sale. asrCall and too the light, or send for a circular and read tha certificates uf some of tho beat and moat reliable men in this Stat*. A. F. NOBLE. augSI d<tw3m 28 Kentucky arena*. ACADEMY OF MUSIC LAMPS. W. «tc C. F. HOLUD4T, Wholesale Dealers in KEROSENE LAMPS, Lanterns, Chandeliers, SBS Lamp Trimmings: Generally, IS soath +S INDIANAPOLIS, IND. STAIR RODS AND PLATES. Friday Evenlojc, September 9th, Fifth night of the wonderful GIR/IEQ- ORIES And the t'emleal GLOOOCHE XHOTJPil, la thalr Burlesque Quadrill*. M'lXK GEItrBCDE AStJ BEI BOOA. MISS BESSIE IN HER SONGS. Fourth MICht ofthe Ureat Spiral Ancea- •aea, »y Asa Petit sBawBBwB*. SB-Ma ine Saturday, 25 cent*. ACADEMY_OF MUSIC. W. BT. LEAKE, lessee. EXTRA NOTICE. Grand Dramatic Opening ar tha Season, Mouday, Septembr 13. MISS RACHAEL JOHNSON* the (harming; Comedienne. A8SIST1D BT BERNARD MACAULEY, t-m tae Ceaapataw iVass WotssVs Theater, ClmslaaataSt. The Fine Comedy of LONDON ASSURANCE. SB-See bill* ef the day. *ep9 METROPOLITAN HALL Friday and Saturday September 10 and tt. professor; fahn-jj world snswns TYROLEAN ALPINE CONCERT TROTJPE. Thi* celebrated Troaoe. fresh fro** a series of triumph* in tbe principal eitio* of the Kast anil Weat. and bearing with tbem the highest testimonials of the sre**, beg leare to announce thst they will giro Twa of their Wonderful rVrfbrsH** antes at the ahsye MaM. ear-To command at eight o'eloeh. Door* opes at seven. *^A^\_*'0*-t>-to.m*tt» and Dro*» Circle, aal eenU; Children 25 cent*. Qallsry, ■ eeat*. Ro- serred Seat*.. 75 cent*. Can be aeoured st Bisg- ham A Co. i jewelry itore. aep9 d3t MASONIC HALL. GRAND CONCERT SIVBB BV MISS FLORA KUNZ, soruASm, Mr. Ed. Schiiltze, Tenor, Kindly a&tnated by tho following talent: Erof H. WttgMi***, Prof p. abodes, A'lhur Ltsta, t*rt»r. BU Surlier, AXD IBB I u<] ianapoli* Ha-uue r«*bor, EriUay, September 10. lsas. aarPerformsnce commence*at eight o'clock, as. Admission. 50 c nt*. Tieket* to bo had at Benbam Jt Co.'s. Washington ttreet: A- O. Willard A Co.'s Bat** Ue a**; also, at the Box wtBSS. top'J d^t HUMBOLDT CSNTENNL4L, ry ef the ALEXISDER VOX HUMBOLDT, Will be celebrated at WOBBI80NS OPERA HALL, Om Tassaajr Evening, BSBBjtSSBwtaa 14. The Warniowia, Frohslnn. I.leslerkrnm, and Moelnl Turn ver 1-a fjtsteleUa*, Will participate, assisted by B. M. SPADES' AMATKl R -JKCHESTRA. Profataor Carl Berg- atein. leader. Th* following will he the PBoi: a amm e; PART I. 1. Fanfare-Military March. Orchestra. 2. Ths Lord's Daj — Solo and Chore*.) _ Kreuzer, 3. Unveiling of tre Bast of Humboldt. Tibiesa. 4. German Oratiou. W. Mueller, ft. Th* Oerman Fatherland, Choir. 6. Christmas Waliea. PART II. 7. Overture—"Zaaerede," (R iisi,)Orcheitr*. 8. Plastic Statuary. "Sreniss." 9. English Oration, H. C. Ouffin. la. To Oar Native Country. Choir, il. Plastic Statuary, '"Night." ' 12. Pauline Wolaos, Orchestra. iep'.< dtt CHEAP LANDS. CHEAP RAILROAD LANDS. 40,000 ACR15S. The Indiana and Illinois Central Railway Company, IN order to moke hor assets available in tho early construction of the Road trom Decatur, in Iiliaoia, to Indianapolit, will otter extraordinary inauoementa Far the BtSst s*ts\at*sty Days, To purchasers of Lands tn Indiana belonging to the Company. Thoss Lands have been held by tho company for tho last fiiteen years, and *omo of them ara bow ia good neighborhoods, surrounded b» improved farms, on and near railroads, ass among them are some of tho best Land in Indiana. ln the counties of Newton, Marion, Steuben, Morgan, Pulaski. Kosciusko. Marshall, f*t. Joseph, Jasper, Lnnrange, Wells ond Whito. ar* both Etaatwr aussl **rtalrle EaiMla. well suited for agriculture; aad is tk* counties of Clay, Park*. Vermillion, Ureene, Putnam and Owen, aro tome valuable Osal austA ■*e*s BsBBsBsB. that we are oifering at prices fixed before tho ex- eitement in ooal laad*. There ia tome fint rate Timber on thsss Laad*. and tome of them will make splendid farms. The** Land* are all unimproved, aad will be divided into not lea* tban forty aere tracts, to ■ait purchasers, aad sold os easy term*. The Title to these Lands i* good; the Company hold them by warrantee deed, free snd elear of all iaesmberoncet. For description, term* and d for circular. aptly Information cheerfully given, ssd inquiries theomee of the Conrpany, a South PeBBiy tvania street, indianapoli*, at sss-ZSdtw JOHB B. EEBEB, Asent, 1*. Indiana IndisssiMjii*. STAIR RODS. m on;, a Porcelain, T-m-ssmsss yo FIXTURF Ik* Origmsl tad Buy thVjUafl-Bt-MBSda, It can be applied tt anv Stair Rod, eitflei .Round or Flat. SSS events its slipping an ita place. Ask for the Pan*, Brcp fixtsx, ■aaar aaa , Carpet ItSaUSra, A>D BUT MO OTHAR "mttWiAt'l? For Hotela, aostaaranta and Public Bnjkunge, MASLTAtTUBgD BX - W. T. a J. HERSEREAU. 62 Duane St, N.Y sogl«d3m AGRICULTURAL. HALL, MOORE 4 BIRIaHAKDT, MASTrACrcksas or AGBICOLTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Carriage, Buggy and Wagon Materials JF.FFKRSONVILLB. IND. sarPoatoffle* addr**s. LoairriUs. Kestnoky. augl dly SCALES. far T-ii^mMim. MT* tt. P. Q ALLUP. General Ag't, /fl-a, tA West Wash. B4-, UB £ INDIANAPOLIS. IHD. m Buy only tke genuine. iySdly
|Uniform Title||Indianapolis daily sentinel (Indianapolis, Ind. : 1868)|
|Preceding Titles||The Indianapolis daily herald (Indianapolis, Ind. : 1865)|
|Succeeding Title||Indianapolis sentinel (Indianapolis, Ind. : 1872)|
|Description||Daily (except Sunday); Published April 13, 1868 to December 30, 1871.|
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Erlday Morning, ■ salgawBl** 10.
Twa copies of the SBWTI WEI nre seal
to erery eonatr la ths Stats fer ths ase
-every connly In
af the pa bite. They are
the esa asy
tttrtho iaterest In tbe Abrsrss trial Is
T-erOovernor Baker will not return
from Michigan City nntll Saturday.
^•"Overcoats and stoyes are atill la demand—the seasons are certainly oat of
pWTho Anditor of Btate is atter the
sinking fand delinquents With a abarp
ptrln the railroad election on Monday
there will be two polls, both at the Coart
ptr Harry Leake and hla excellent
troupe are playing to fine houses ln La-
pm*The dearth of local news for tot'
eral days past has tried the tolas of local
^sfrThe world renonned Lnoy Stone
will lecture on Woman's Rights st Masonic Hall, on next Mondsy evening.
■gaT'There is no chsnge in tbe grain
mnrket since onr last report. Choice red
wheat rules firm at fl 10. Receipts are
p*3—stra. Catharine Landis bas been appointed matron of the Blind Asylum.
*The appointment is ln erery way a very
pATTho Common Pleas Conrt has allowed Mra. Coors the sum of f60, pending the suit for divorce, which has been
sued out by her husband.
^fa-Yesterday morning the County
Commissioners appointed the election
board in the out to* uships, to bold the
railroad election next Monday.
TsT*At the news stand on Pennsylvania street, adjoining the Postoffioe, will
be found the Louisville Courier-Journal,
the Daily Skntinel, and all late publications.
ptTEd. May has received orders from
ono of the oldest and most responsible
concerns in Philadelphia for his flre roofing. Thoy want it fora fine storeroom
they sre just erecting.
—i— ot* —
Mff-Birney .Vt*oauley'a favorite troupe
will open at the Academy of Music on
Monday, in tho grand play of "London
Assurance," with Miss Rachel Johnson
in the leading ohsracter.
^•ty-The grocery store of Mr. Hrrtohlns,
corner of Fort Wayne avenue snd Als-
1. tun streets, was entered by two burglars night before last, but they were
flushed snd left empty handed.
.r-iMt appears that Mr. Keneaster still
masters the situation of "mine host" st
the Bites Honse, and the report that It
was sold i* all a mistake—perhaps "a
weak invention ofthe enemy."
ptrTho fGregory-dodoobe troupe exhibited to another very flne audience last
night. Wo unhesitatingly say that this
performance as a variety show is one of
tlm wry best that has eversVlslted our
city, I. is original and novel ln all its
f*r\ notice of a match game of bll-
linr.lt, pltyed Woilnnsdav night between
McDtvitt and Dm. McC'racken, was
crowded out by a press of matter yesterday morning. Dm. % it away with tbe
"Hoss," loading him twolve points in a
Boors of live hundred.