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c . . ■ ■ ■ 13-17
Board of Public Safety ^ ^^__^
Courts . 116
l>irectory of Patrolmen • ^ 27-35
Fire Alarm Signals ' ' ' ^Q
Fire Hydrants (ordinance) • ' " c)3_ii2
General Rules . . . . 107
Felonies . . ■ lOS
Misdemeanors ' ' -j^q
City Ordinances ^^-^
♦ Weights and Mea urcs ^j..
The Detective Force g.^
. Hack Bates _ 9_11
Index to Advertisers '..'... 67-77
Law, The • • • ' ^^ gg
Liquor Saloons (licensed) .... • • • • ^^^
Police and Fire Surgeon
Police Force— _ 79
Superintendent's Duties • g^
Captain's Duties g^
Sergeant's Duties g^
Station-house Keeper's Duties ^^
Wagon Men's Duties • • ' g^g^
Public Parks . .
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liooan Transfer Co.
Trunk and Packaae Defiueru.
MOVED, PACKED, STORED AND SHIPPED.
Central Office— Transfer Office—
On the Point Corner Southwest Corner of
Washington and Illinois Delaware and Georgia
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.
Allen National Surgical Institute. ..-■• • 3
Atkins.E.C. & Co Inside back cover.
Atlas Engine Works- -. • ■ • • oO
Anheuser-Busch Brewing (.0 . . ■ ■ 86
Ayres.L.S., &Co '.'.'.'.'. 20
Bannon & Co. ' ' ' 78
Big4R R ; ; : : 34
Bertermann Bros 20
Bowen-Merrill Co • • • ; 62
Bradford, Chester ' ' '. ,t
Burford, W. P. , • . . . . U
gSI,?^S;:;&.c..::- •::;::::::: ^
Chandler A liivlur « (. . . • ■ 4
?;mnlcnV'ln"^^l--taurantCo;:'. . : JJ^
Coughlin^fe Wilson •••••_ " •.;•.■■.■. 102
Dalt'^Jn & Merrifield ' '. . '■ ■.■.;■■.■.■.■.■. 62
Daggett, R-P-& Co ... .40
Diener, August 40
Duncan,.!. R . . . . . 2C
Ebevhardt&Co ;::...•• «
Eclipse Bicycle Co 6^
EhrensperKer,.). A • ■ i(
Fahnley & McCrea 61
Feller, Louis ' V
Fletcher's Bank 8
Florsheim's ; 7
Grand Hotel Co o
Gant,W.A. ; . ; 5
Green, Chas. II. 7
Hogan Transfer Co 1
Home Stove Co. '
Home Brewing Co
Hood,H.p,, : : : i<
IT..t/e & Wilde '
. llucv, M.S.&Son .-.ir
IndiMnn I'.ormudez Asphalt Co • •
Indiiina National Bank ] "
Indianapolis Brewing Co . • • •
Ind iina ...lis BusinessUnivcrsity
Tndii.a.olis District Tel. Co ; ;
ludiauiipolis l<:iectricCo ■.■.■.■.■..••••
IniliaiKipolis Gas ( o
Tiidianapolis Harness Co • • 1
S. A. Fletcher & Co.,
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
30-34 East Washington St.
Designed for the safe keeping of money, notes, mort-
01 all k.mls It ,. I.ur.l.n- :nu\ fue j.roof; has a policeman
on gu.nd n,.|,t -.nui ,]:,y : ,-„nt,Mns over2,0[0 steel safe boxes,
_ ^v iK'h ttu' leiiter is given the only keys, and alone puts
in an, takes out his deposit. The smallest box is 25 inches
long, 4^, wide, 2H deep ; rent $6 a year, larger safes at in-
creased rent. Vault open to renter from 8 a.m. to 4-15 p m
3 1833 02955 2806
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS— Coiit. p^gE.
Indianapolis Stove Co. .
Indinniipolis AVaterCo. .
Isensce, A. Jr .
Jackson, E.B. and D.W.
Knight A: Jillson
Killinger, Ueo. W . . . .
T^efeuvre's Eye Water . .
McElwaine &■ Richards Co.
MeGillard & Dark Co . .
.Morris A Mn.-Curdy • • •
Hunger Cycle Co
New York Store
Nordyke & Marmon Co
Order of Equity
Pearson, Geo. C
People's Outfitting Co ^- . ■ . . •, ,
Potts, C. & A. & Co Opposite inside back c
Page. iMrs. Pursell
Reitz, Chiis. & Son
Roekwood Manufacturing Co
Rosebrock, C. H
Sehweikle & Prange
Sinker- Davis ""'
Sloan, Geo. W 98
Staples & Traylor ,4
Tafi.O. II 104
Terre Haute Brewing Co 10;
Thunnan, J. S ' )
Union Cooperative Laundry ™
Webb-Jamison Co ^f;
Weinberger, H ... '' '
Western Paving and Supply Co ffJ
When Clothing Co f'S
Worls's Fair Stores J"
Statement of the Condition
IPDIAM MTIONAL BAl,
At the Close of Business, December ig, 1894.
Loans and discounts
Stocky and securities—
U.S. bonds to secure circ
U. S. bonds on hand. 5s''^
Furniture and fixtures...
Nickels and cents
'■ $1,806,527 3.<S
Redemption fund V. S. Tr
Deposits U. S. Disbursing
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY.
The Board of Public Safety of the City of Indianapolis,
Indiana, shall consist of three Commissioners, appointed
by the Mayor of said city.
The Board of Public Safety is by law charged with the
organization and maintenance of the Police and Fire
Forces and the Public Markets of the City of Indianapolis,
the custody and control of all property connected with the
same, and is vested with the power to make such rules and
regulations as in their judgment will bring about the most
The regular sessions of the Board shall be held on the
first and third Mondays of each month, but special meet-
ings may be called by the Clerk at any time, upon the
request of any member of the Board.
The classification of the several sub-departments under
the control of the Board of Public Safety are as follows:
Th '. Police Force, the Firr 1-Orrr, the Public Markets.
The official heads of tin -,■ miIi-I, |..irtments shall be
known by the followint; titl.- Supt-i intendent of Police,
Chief of Fire Force, Market Master.
Tin .iilditional offi.cers under this department are: Clerk
■ t lin- Hoard, Police Surgeon, Building Inspector, Weigh-
NTCIIOLAS R. RUCKLE.
JOUS B. CONNER.
JOHN F. WHITE.
NiCHor.A.s R. RrcKi
RiCHABD C. IIerric
Ihe Capital Moml Bant
Capital Stock, = $300,000.00
MEDFORD B. WILSON, President.
W. F. CHURCHMAN, Cashier.
RESOCIM'ES. Dec. 10. 1804 Mar. .i. 180.5
Loans and Discounts .... $624,708.50 1731,458.03
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation .• 50,000.00 50,000.00
Otlier Stocks and Bonds 59,'^34 98 (55,2^.02
Premiums on U. S. Bonds fi.000.03 6.000.00
Furniture and Fixtures . . 8.000.(10 8,000.00
Cash and E.xchange 399,772.19 368,256.06
Total Sl,148,115.67 11,229,008.11
Capital Stock Paid in $300,000.00 $300,000.00
Surplus. 30,000.00 30,000.00
Undivided Profits 8,921.95 6,181.44-
National Bank Notes Outstanding 45,000.00 45,000.00
Deposits 764,193.72 847,826.67
Total $1,148,115.67 $1,229,008.11
Board of Public Safety— Cont.
Geo. W. Powell, Superintendent.
■e, Police Station, east side of Alabama Street half
square south of Washington Street.
Geo. D. Kahlo, M. D., Police Surgeon.
Office, Journal Building.
Joseph H. Webster, Chief Engineer.
Headquarters, Massachusetts Avenue.
Thomas F. Barrktt, Assistant Chief.
• Armin C. Koehne, Market Master.
Chas. 0. Brittox, Weighmaster.
John G. Pendbrgast, Building Inspector.
Ke«pon«lbillty of Ileadit of Sub-nepartraent*.
Ru'e 1. The heads of sub-departments will be held re-
sponsible for the management of the affairs in their respec-
tive departments, and will be subject to such regular or
special regulations as the Board of Public Safety may
formulate : Provided, That the Market Master shall have
no jurisdiction over the Weighmaster or the Hay Market.
Rule 2. The heads of sub-departments, and the other
officers under the Board, shall make monthly reports to
the Board, in writing, of all matters pertaining to their
rssiiective offices, as well as such other special reports as
may be required l)y the Board.
The ]\|ew York Store.
RECORD TO BE
Two Big Building^s.
Best Known Store
ONLY ONE WAY TO
ACCOMPLISH SUCH RESULTS.
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PETTIS DRY GOODS CO.
Board of Public Safety— Cont.
KetiuUltloHH for Supplier).
Kule 3. The heads of sub-departments, and all other
oflicers under this Department, shall make requisition for
all supplies for their respective sub-departments. Said
retiuisitious must be presented to the Board and be accom-
I)anied by quotations from not less than two competing
Use of Official Puper.
Eule 4. Empb.yrs in th,- T)r|,Mrfinrnt ,.f I'lihli,- Safety
must not use tlie oniri;il i,;i|,i'i nf till- iici'^ii tiiii-iit fur pri-
vate correspondriirc. ('i.r!-,.~iMiHi|i'iii-c uv Imsinos [ler-
taining to the lifparlinciil niiist nnt ii<' carried on l.y other
than heads of sub-dei)artnients,or those authorized to do so.
I'rumpt Triinnnftloii of BuaincHX.
Rule 5. Members of the Police and Fire Forces, and all
other employes of this Department, calling at the office of
the Board of Public Safety will transact their busines.«
promptly and depart.
Employes MiihI Miike Oitlh.
Rule 6. Before entering upon the discharge of their
<luties, all newly-appointed members of the Police and
Fire Forces, and all other employes, shall take an oath be-
fore the Clerk of the Board to faithfully and honestly dis-
charge all their official duties.
(ieiieral Vutlcx of tlerk.
Ru'e 7, The Cllerk shall attend all meetings of the
Board of Conn ••--"-
of all the trat
ird of Commissioners, and shall keep a complete record
" "' ' " s of the I'epartment, and shall have
r~^ ...ody of all books, papers and records,
belongin- thcroto. Tie shall make up and certify to the
Controller all i.a.\- a<T(iunts for salaries and other expenses
of the hcpartiiiciit. subject to the approval of the Board,
and siiall also a.-, ,,iint for all revenues received, and shall
report rjiontlily to the Board.
Rule 8. The attention of the employes under the Board
of Safety is especially called to be<'tion 105 of the City
Cluirter relating to political action on their part, as they
will be required to comply with its provisions.
161 E. WASHINGTON ST.
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court— Hon. John M
Circuit Judge-Hon. Wm. A. Woods.
Circuit Judge— Hon. James G. Jenkins.
Clerk-Noble C. Butler.
Master in Chancery— Wm. P. Fishbaek, Circuit and Dis-
Deputy Clerk-WiUard C.Nichols.
United States District Attorney— Frank B. Burke.
Assistant United States District Attorney— Edwin Corr.
United States Marshal-Wm. H. Hawkins.
Terms of Court— First Tuesdays in May and November, in
the Circuit Court Room, Postoffice Building.
United states District Court.
District Judge-Hon. John H. Baker.
United Stnl- Distii.t Attorney-Frank B.Burke.
Assistiiiil I'liilcii Si;il,< liistrict Attorney— Kdwin Corr.
United M:,tr- M,,,-li;,l Win. II. Hawkins.
Clerk- Nolile ('. ISuller.
Terms of Court- Sauie as United States Circuit Court.
Supreme Court of Indiana.
Judges— Timothy. E. Howard, Leonard J. Hackney, James
McUabe, James H. Jordon, Loander J. Monks.
Terms of Supreme Court— Fourth Monday in May and
fourth Monday in November.
Indiana's Great Book Distributers.
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Appellate Court of Indiana.
Judges— Theodore P. Davis, Orlando J. Lot/,, George E.
Ross, George L. Reinhard, Frank E. Gavin.
Terms of Appellate Court— Fourth Monday in May and
fourth Monday in November,
Slarion Circuit Court.
Judge— Edgar A. Brown.
•••■Olcrk-James W. Fesler.
Prol.ate Ci)nimis?i<)ncr-Gus O'Bryan.
Terms of Court-Second Monday in February, first Mon-
day in May, fourth Monday in August and first Monday
Judge— Frank McCray.
Prosecuting Attorney— Charles
Judges— John L. McMaster, Room 1; Lawson M. Harvey,
Room 2; Pliny W. Bartholomew, Room 3.
Terms of Superior Court— This court is in session at all
times, except during the months of July and August.
The Indianapolis Gas Co.
47 and 49 S. Pennsylvania Street.
Temporary Office, 58 S. Pennsylvania St.
C. F. DiETERTCH, ... - President.
John R. Pearson, - Assistant to President.
E. C Benedict, ... Vice-President.
Samuel D. Pray, .... Secretary.
James Somerville, ... Superintendent.
unices — Basement Court House.
Mayor— Caleb S.Denny.
Clerk to Mayor-Wm. R. Holloway.
City Clerk-Lee Nixon.
Deputy City Clerk -Osrar G. Thomas.
Polic,. .Ju.lj;e-(i(M,r-.' W.Stubbs.
I'.nilitr roli.'c Courts-Charles F. Dawson.
City CuuiiitrolkM— i^-cston C. Trussler.
Deputy City Comptroller— Charles K. Share.
Clerks— W. F. Laycock, Oliver T. Parker, Arthur Heddcrick.
Chief of Assessment Roll De|iartment—M. L. Jefferson.
City Attorney John E. Scott.
Deputy City Attorney-Schuyler A. Haas.
City Civil Engineer-Charles C. Brown.
Assistant City Civil Engineers-J. H. Deane, Bernard J. T.
Jeup, Howard A. Dill.
City Building Inspector— John G. Pendergast.
Foreman Street Repairs- J. L. Fisher.
Board of Public Works.
Members of the Bonrd-Winfred B. Holton, Chairman;
John Osterman, Edwin h. Atkinson; Bart Parker, Sec-
Department of Public Safety.
Memliers of the Board-Nicholas R. Ruckle, Chairman;
John B. Conner, John F.White; Richard C. Herrick, Sec-
retary; Cicorge W.Powell, Chief of Police; J.H.Webster,
Chief of Fire Department; John G. Pendergast, City
KNIGHT & JILLSON,
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES.
Natural Gas and Factory Supplies.
75 and 77 8. Pennsufvania 6t., Indianapofis, Ind.
THE SPER-DAVIS GO.
ENGINES ^i^ ^^ BOILERS
Saw Mill Machinery.
loi to 149 South Pennsylvania St.,
CITY OFFICIALS— Con t.
Department of Public Health and Charities.
Fnniklin W. Hays, M. D., President; Samuel E. Earp, M;
D., Secretary; Patrick II. Jameson, M. D.; JohnN.IIurty
Chemist; Frederick Hergt, Meat Inspector; Edwin D.
Duvall, Frank Matlock, Joseph H. Sheppard, Leonard
Schrotz, Edward Berryman, Sanitary Inspectors; Perry
M. Barnard, Clerk.
City Dispensary, 34 E. Ohio, John A. Lambert, M. I)., Snpt.
City Hospital, cor. Locke and Margaret, Wm.M. Wright,
Lucius \V. Drew, Henry Kauh, Charles Krauss, Theodore
Stoin, George Mcrritt, Edward G. Stott.
1st Ward, O.M. Murphy; 2d Ward, John 11. Allen; 3d Ward,
Arciiibald A. Young; 4th Ward, John A. Puryear; 5th
Ward, James II, Costello; 0th Ward, Wm. H. Cooper; 7th
Ward, George W. Shaffer; 8th Ward, Henry Magel; 9th
Ward.J.H.Schniid; 10th Ward, George R. Coulter; 11th
Ward, Patrick J. Ryan; 12th Ward, Wm. Hennessy; 13th
Ward, Charles Koehring; 14th Ward, Wm. Kaiser; ir)th
Ward, Daniel W. O'Brien; W. II. Cooper, President.
An Ordinance to protect the Fire Hydrants of the
City of hidianapolis.
Sectiiin 1. All the fire hydrants now constructed,
or whicli may lu'reafter be constructed, by the Water
Works ('(iinjianv of Indianapolis, in the public
streets :iii(l :ill<'vs of said eitv, under the authority
and l.v the .liivetion of llu- "Coninion Council and
Board'of Aldermen, U,v the purpose of extinguish-
ing tires in said city, are hereby declared to be pub-
iSEC. 2. No person or persons (other than mem-
bers of the Fire Deiiartnient of said city, for the use
and purposes of said dei)artment, an<l those espe-
cially authorized l.y the Common Council and
Board of Aldermen, or any othcer of the city for
pul)lic uses, and those authorized by the water works
company), shall open any of said hydrants, or at-
tempt to draw water from the same, or use any water
drawn from the same, or in any manner interfere
with or injure any of said hydrants. Any person
guilty of a violation of any of the provisions of this
section shall, upon conviction, be fined in any sum
not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars, for
each and every offense, together with all damages
Sec. 3. Any person or persons who shall will-
fully or carelessly break, injure or destroy any of
the public hydrants constructed in said city for the
supi>ly of the citizens with water for fire protection,
or the |iulilic ilrinking fountains of said city, con-
structed liy the Common Council and Board of Al-
dermen, or .shall pol'ute or unnecessarily waste the
water at any of said hydrants or drinking foliiitains,
shall, on conviction, be fined in any sum not ex-
ceeding $100 for each and every offense, together
with all damages and costs.
INDIANAPOLIS FIRE ALARM SIGNALS.
4 Pennsylvania and Market.
5 English Opera House.
() East and New York.
7 Noble and Mi. Iii-iin.
8 New Jersey and .Maspacdiusetts avenue,
9 Pine and North.
10 Market and Pine.
11 Vermont, l)etweeu East and Liberty streets.
12 No. 2 Engine House, Mass. ave., near Noble.
13 Delaware and Fort Wayne avenue.
14 New Jersey and Fort Wayne avenue.
15 Peru and Massachusetts avenue.
Id Christian avenue and Ash.
17 Park avenue and Butler.
18 Hill and Columbia avenue.
19 Archer and John.
123 No. 9 Hose House, Ash and Seventh.
124 Alabama and Seventh.
125 Central and Lincoln avenues.
126 Yandes and Lincoln avenue.
128 Central avenue and Eighth.
129 Alabama and Tenth.
131 Alabama and Morrison.
132 Bellefontaine and Eighth.
134 College, avenue and Tenth.
135 Home avenue and Delaware.
136 Alabama and North.
137 Atlas Works.
138 College avenue and Irwin (Orphans' Home).
139 Home and Cornell avenues.
141 Yandes and Ninth.
142 ClifTord and Highland avenues.
143 Clifford avenue and Jefferson.
145 New .Jersey and Fourteenth.
146 Eighth and Alvord.
147 No. 13 Hose House.
148 College avenue and Twelfth street.
149 College avenue and Eighteenth street.
FIRE HYDRANTS— Continued.
Sec. 4. It shall be unlawful for any person or
persons to excavate for or in connection with any
building, a vault under any sidewalk in said city
where there is a fire hydrant, unless he shall at the
time of such excavation protect said fire hydrant
from frost or any other injury in the manner pre-
scribed or required by the Superintendent of the
Water Works Company of Indianapolis,, and to his
satisfaction. Any person violating any of the pro-
visions of this section shall be fined in any sum not
exceeding fifty dollars.
An Ordinance to restrain the use of Street Sprinklers
and Public Fire Plugs during times of Fire.
[In force April 13, 1874.]
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person
or persons to open any public hydrant, fire plug,
street or yard sprinkler, or turn any public stop
cock, or in any way or manner injure or interfere
with the water source or other apparatus belonging
to the water works, from the time an alarm of fire
is first sounded by the fire bells until the signal of
"fire out" is given by the fire department, except-
ing under the dii-ections of the Chief Fire Engineer,
or by order from the officers of the water works
Sec. 2. Any person violating the provisions of
this ordinance, upon conviction thereof, shall be
fined in any sum not exceeding $100.
FIRE ALARM SIGNALS— Continued.
152 Park avenue and Fourteenth, street.
21 Illinois and St. Joseph.
23 Pennsylvania and Pratt.
24 Merid'ian and Sicnnd.
25 No. 5 Eiii;in<' House, Sixth near Illinois.
26 Mississipiii and St. CM air.
27 Illinois and Michigan.
Pennsylvania and Filth.
Mississippi and Fourth.
Tennessee and William.
Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Illinois and Herbert.
Colored Orphan Asylum.
Pennsylvania and Fourteenth.
__. Meridian and Seventh.
218 Capitol avenue and Eighteenth street.
219 Broadway and Cherry.
231 Illinois and Thirteenth.
»232 Tennessee and Eighteenth.
234 No. 14 Hose House.
31 No. 1 Engine House, Ind. ave. and Michi^jan.
32 Meridian and Walnut.
34 California and Vermont.
35 Blake and New York.
30 Indiana avenue and St. Clair.
37 City Hospital.
38 Blake and North.
39 Michigan and Agnes, v
312 West and Walnut.
313 West and Third.
314 Seventh and Howard.
315 Torbet and Paca.
316 Tennessee and First.
41 No. 6 Engine House, Washington near West.
42 (leisendorf and W;isliingtou.
43 Missouri and New York.
45 Meridian and Wasliington.
»45 F. M. Ilerron, No. 4 E. Washington.
46 Illinois and Ohio.
button of Cir=
Or for Any Ser=
Day and Night.
WE PUT UP
Electric Gas Lighting,
Electric Light Wiring,
The Indianapolis District Telegraph Go.
15 South Meridian Street.
FIRE ALARH SIGNALS-Continued.
Tennessee and Washington.
Kingan's Pork House.
Indianola, three squares from river.
Missouri and Maryland.
Mississippi and Wabash.
Morris and Church.
I., B. & W. Round House, west of river.
Miley avenue and National Road.
Vermont and Belt Railroad.
Xo. 10 H<>se House, Illinois and Merrill.
Illinois and Louisiana.
West and South.
West and McCarty.
Tennessee and (xeorgia.
Meridian and Ray.
No. 4 Engine House, Morris and Mad. ave.
MadJM.n avenue and Dunh.p.
West ^- Knrkwood, ( ', ,fiin. ( Jreens't & F.'s P. H.
Kentucky avenue and Merrill.
Union and Morris.
Illinois and Kansas.
Morris and Dakota.
Mississippi and Henrv.
Tennessee an<l MeCartv.
Meridian and Palmer."
Pine and Lord.
Madison avenue and Lin.'olu.
Meridian and Beit ll.iihoad.
No. 2 H. k L. H(Hise, Soulli near Delaware.
Pennsylvania and Madison avenue.
Delaware and McCarty.
East and McCarty.
New Jersev and Merrill.
Virginia aVenue and Bradshaw.
East and ('oi)urn.
Picking and High.
McKernan and Dougherty.
East and Lincoln Lane.
28 and 30 East Georgia St.
As used by the-
FIRE ALARn SIGNALS— Continued.
614 East and Bt'echer.
(;15 Eight and Saunders.
71 No. 11 Hose House, Va. ave. near Huron.
72 p]ast and Georgia.
73 Cedar and Elm.
74 Benton and Georgia.
75 English avenue and Pine.
76 Dillon and Bates.
78 No. 3 Eng-ine House, Prospect near DiHon.
79 Fletcher avenue and Dillon.
712 Spruce and Prospect.
713 English avenue and Linden.
714 Willow and Olive.
715 Shelby and Beecher.
716 German Orphan Asylum.
718 Orange and Laurel.
719 Barth avenue and Yeck.
721 Lexington avenue and Linden.
723 Fletcher avenue and Spruce.
724 State avenue and Pleasant.
725 Prospect and Pleasant avenue.
726 Orange and Harlan.
81 Market and New Jersey.
82 Washington and Delaware.
83 East and Pearl.
84 New York and Davidson.
85 Deaf and Dumb Asyliim.
86 United States Arsenal.
87 Oriental and Washington.
89 Female Prison.
812 No. 8 Hose House, Kast Wasliington.
813 Market and Noble.
814 Ohio and Highland.
815 Michigan and Archer.
816 Market and Arsenal avenue.
821 Pan Handle Railway Shops.
823 VValcott and Carter.
824 State avenue and Washington.
825 Madden's Lounge Factory.
FINE SHOW CASES,
6 W. LOUISIANA ST.,
TELEPHONE NO. 829. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
Experienced Floral Artists
37 TO 43 MASS. AVE. Tel. 840.
N. E. COR. WASH, and PA. STS. Tel, 1044.
CUT FLOWER HOUSES--E. of CITY. Tel. 198.
OUR EXPER'ENOE IS A GUARANTEE FOR
SATISFACTORY FLORAL WORK.
WE DO ALL WORK KNOWN TO THE PRO-
FESSION AT MOST REASONABLY LOW
The National Dental Co.,
40i E. WASHINOTON ST.,
OVER EHERSON SHOE STORE,
FIRE ALARM SIGNALS— Continued.
820 Tucker & Dorsey.
827 East Washington and Beville.
829 ^o. 12 Hose Compauy.
91 No. 7 Hose House, Maryland near Meridian.
92 Meridian and Georgia.
93 Meridian and South.
94 Pennsylvania and Louisiana.
95 Virginia avenue and Ahibama.
96 Headquarters Fire Departnieut.
97 Grand Hotel.
First 2 strokes, second alarm.
Second 2 strokes, third alarm.
1-2-1 strokes, fire out and hose reeled up.
Three strokes calls off the fire pressure.
3-3 calls for fire pressure without pulling a box.
12 strokes at 12 M., struck by F. M. Herron, 4 East
•Companies will run according to the above table,
and all apparatus will be required to hitch up
and stand in readiness for twenty minutes.
* Imaginary l)()xes.
Q\i Reliiible Qun Peeler.
Headquarters for Sportsmen's Goods of all Kinds.
Bicycle Repairing and Repairing of all Kinds.
81 W. Washington St., INDIANAPOLIS.
Webb, Jamison Co.
Office, 222 South Meridian St.
Safes and -| ^^ssT^^
Heavy Machinery Placed and Smoke Stacks Raised.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
VEHICLE I>,I€ENSE RE<llJIREI>.
It shall be unlawful for any person to own or rent, and
to use or permit to be used, any vehicle in the conveying
or transporting: of persons or articles in or upon the thor-
oughfares 111 tlie City (if liidiMiiiiiMilis, without first paying
into the iii,\- lic:i>my ihr li.-m^i. t;i\ in the next succeed-
ing sertimi ,Mt f.iiili Ji.'iviim .Mirji vi'liiele duly lumbered
and refiistereil by the City Clerk iComptroUer) and obtain-
ing a public vehicle license therefor. Any person who
shall use or operate any vehicle in violation of the require-
ments of this section shall be fined in any sum not exceed-
ing ten dollars; and each day's continuance of such viola-
tion, after conviction thereof, shall constitute a fresh of-
Drivers to Oive Passengers Fare Carrt^.
<\d card shall Iso be
■ which, from time to
liy the Common Coun-
ty, and such card each
Rates for Carrying Passengers and Baggage.
For each passenger, with his or her baggage (if such bag-
-;i._'c .l.HS 11, ,t ex.ecd one trunk and ordinary valises, and
\v( itrht not to cxcimmI one hundred and fifty pounds), from
oin |,(,iiii to iinotlHT within city limits, the sum of fifty
ionnl trunk, for each passenger, the sum
(its, and no more.
For each fifty pounds, or fraction thereof, over one hun-
dred and fifty pounds, of ev oiy trunk, l».x or p.o-ka^iv of
each passenger, the sum of i \\ oiit\li\ o omt-, :i ml loi niore.
of the oune
printed, in 1-
1 of aT.k
yh, largest s*™'*"*"'"™
THE H. R. ALLEN NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE,
Oppi.site State House,
THE HcELWAINE-RICHARDS (O.,
62 and 64 W. Maryland Street,
piumbio($, Ca5, Steam arjd U/ater Supplies.
jiose, pacKir?*?, Beltip^-pittir)($s,
U/ell pumps, Steam pumps,
pittiQ($s ai)d Stea/i\ pitters' Jools.
\I/rou($l?t IroT) pipe, ete.
Baldwin Block, s. w. cor. Market and Delaware.
Bates House Block, n. w. cor. Washington and Illinois.
Blackford Block, s. e. cor. Meridian and Washington.
Board of Trade, s. e. cor. Maryland and Capitol ave.
Boston Block, 34 N. Delaware.
Braden Block. 77 S. Illinois.
Brandon Block, s. w. cor. Delaware and Washington.
Bristor Block, 559 Virgiria ave.
Burford Building, 23 and 25 W. Pearl.
Central Block, fiO E. Market.
Central Station, s. e. cor. Alabama and Pearl.
Chamber of Commerce. s e. cor. Maryland and Capitol ave.
Claypool Block, n. e. cor. Illinois and Washington.
Cleveland Block, s. w. cor. Capitol and Kentucky aves.
Coffin Block, 90 E. Market St.
Commercial Block, n. w. cor. Washington and Kentucky
Condit Block, n. e. cor. Meridian and Pearl.
Cordova Block, 25 W. Washington.
Court House, north side of Washington, east of Delaware.
Cyclorama Building, north side Market, bet. Illinois and
DeSoto Block, 29 E. Market.
Elliott Block, 20 W. Maryland.
Empire Block, n. e. cor. Alabama and Massachusetts ave.
English Block, n. w. cor. Washington and Noble.
Exchange Block, 82 N. Pennsylvania.
Fair Block, Jackson Place.
Fletcher's Bank Building, 30 E. Washington.
Franklin Five Insurance Company Building, s. e. cor.
Monument Place and Market.
Franklin Life Insurance Building, s. w. cor. Illinois and
lal Insurance Block, 29 S. Delaware.
■v and Block, P9 N. Pennsylvania.
w. cor. Delaware and New York.
7 W. Pearl.
<. w. eor. Market and Monument
w. cor. Washington and Meridiai
11. w. cor. Ohio and Pennsylvania
Charles E. Shover,
Household Goods a Specialty.
1 80 East Wabash Street, INDIANAPOLIS.
CHARL.KS E. SCHOTX,
Saivjitarv Pi_umbiim<3 a Special-ty,
58 West Maryland Street,- Indianapolis.
•et Comijany's Beer Pumps
J. R. Duncan,
Wood and fletaf Patterns.
Models a d Experimental Work.
Fine Pat'ern l»!al<ing All Kinds of
a Spa laity. C. stings Furnished,
117 Capitol Ave., South,
Telephone 408. INDIANAPOLIS.
Public Buildings— Continued.
Indianapolis Light Artillery Armory, n.w.cor. Mississippi
I. 0. 0. F. Building, n. e. cor. Washington and Pennsyl-
Ingalls Block, s. w. cor. Washington and Pennsylvania.
Insurance Block, n. e. cor. Pennsylvania and Market. '
Iron Block, s. side Washington, w. of Meridian.
Library Building, s. w. cor. Meridian and Ohio.
Lintner Block, 184 Indiana ave.
Lombard Building, 24 E. Washington.
Lorraine Building, s. w. cor. Washington and Capitol a
McDonald & Butler Block, 18 N. Pennsylvania.
Mansur Block, 156 E. Washington.
Marion Block, n. w. cor. Ohio and Meridian.
Masonic Hall, e. side Capitol ave. 8. of Washington.
Masonic Temple, s. e. cor. Washington and Capitol ave.
Miller's Block, n. w. cor. Illinoisjand Market.
. e. cor. Pennsylvania r
Old Library Building's, w. cor. Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Old Sentinel Building, s. w. cor. Monument Place and
Phoenix Block, n. w. cor. Market and Delaware.
Plymouth Building, s. e. cor. New York and Meridian.
Pre-s Building, s. e. cor. Monument Place and Meridian.
Propylaeum Building, 25 E. North.
Ryan Block, n. w. cor. Capitol and Indiana avcs.
Sentinel Building, 21 N. Illinois.
Shiel's Block, cor. Ind ana ave. and Illinois.
Stewart Place, s. e. cor. Illinois and Ohio.
Talbott Block, n. w. cor. Market and Pennsylvania.
Talbott & New's Block, e. siile Pennsylvania, s. of Market.
Telephone Building, s. w. cor. Illinois and Ohio.
Thorpe Block, 83 E. Market.
Tomlinson Hall, n. e. cor. Market and Delaware.
Union Building, 67 W. Maryland.
Granite onrt Marlile
m L Washington St.
Branch Works, Opposite East Entrance
Crown Hill Cemetery,
Public Buildings — Continued.
AVhen Block w. side of Pennsylvania, s. of Market.
Wright's Mitrket Street Block, 66 E. Market.
Wyandot Block, n. e. cor. Ohio and Massachusetts ave.
Armstrons Park— North Indianapolis.
Blind Asylum Park— North of Blind Asylum.
Fairview Park— Seven miles north of city on the canal.
Garfield Park— South end of East st.
Germania Park— Floral ave., w. of canal, North Indian-
Irvington Park— (I.).
Military Park— South side of New York, between Black
ford and West sts.
Monument Place— Crossing Meridian and Market sts.
University Square— West side Pennsylvania, between New
York and Vermont sts.
West Indianapolis Park— Between Birch and Marion aves.,
Woodruff Place— East of United States Arsenal, between
Clifford ave. and Michigan st.
G. W. KILLINGER,
(OLD STORAGE ARCHITECT aid
. Manufacturer of .
STORE, OFFICE and
141 Virginia Ave.
. . FOR . .
Boots -1 Shoes,
175 E. WASHINGTON ST.
BRASS AND WOOD
Will Make Any Trick or Levice Wanted.
•. Georgia and Del. Sts. INDIANAPOLIS-
- Tci cPHriNP 121.
REGULAR LICENSED LIQUOR SALOONS.
Afrnew, John, 52 S. Illinois.
Albertsmeyer, C. D., 490 S. Meridian.
Arens, Frank J., sw. cor. East and Morris.
Arzman, Henry, 298 W. Washington and sw. cor. Soutl
Austin, James, se. cor. Missouri and Merrill.
Baaske, Charles F., 183 Massachusetts avo.
Baden, Charles, 79 N. Illinois and se. cor. Hazel anc
Baist, John.sw. cor. Worman ave.and W.Michigan (II.).
Baldus, Joseph, 248 N. Noble.
Banes, Joseph. 183 W. 3d.
Bany, Peter, 257 E. Washington.
Barnes, Wm. J., 353 W. Washington.
Bauer, F., 186 Blake.
Bauer, Joseph, 103 English ave.
Beattey, Wm., 541 Shelby.
Berkowitz, Arinin,484 E. Washington.
Bernauer, E. E., 428 Virginia ave.
Bernhart, Fred, 76 S. Delaware.
Bilgcr, John, 243 N.Noble.
Biuner, Paul, 201 W. South.
Bohnke, Charles, 4 Kothe and Lieber ave.
Boylen, M. T , 300 S. Capitol ave.
Brand, Frederick. 44 W. Washington.
Bremer, John D., 559 Virginia ave.
Bremer, Wm. W., 1 Orange.
Brinkman, Joseph H., 195 Shelby.
Brown, U.C, 66 Shelby.
Brown, Thomas W., 818 E. Washington.
Bullington, Harvey H., 1100 E. Washington.
Burkhart, Louis, 1 Madison ave. and 200 Virginia ave.
Bush, John, 172 W. Washington.
Caldwell & Heitkamp, 186 W. 7th.
Campbell, Samuel, .469 B. St. Clair.
Carpenter, C, 86 W. Market.
Cavett, H., Stock Yard bldg. ( W. I.).
Chamberlin, J. F.,se. cor. Mi.-higan ave. and Shoemaker.
CF.SCHmDT. JUEBER..'* C.AAU3.
LIBBER'S TAFEL BEER.
Brewed and bottled siieeially for the trade by the
P. Lieber Brewery. Particularly recommended for family
use. Pure and invigoratinfr.
Physicians recommend it to the sick. The healthy
drink it because it is nutritious. Its taste is excellent.
The bottling is done in the Brewery.
P. Lieber Brewing Co.
Telephone 690. _MaaA.
LICENSED LIQUOE SALOONS-Cont.
Cioner, Isaac, 167 W. Washington.
Coble, George, Jr., Brightwood.
Coleman, Henry, sw. cor. Missouri and Pearl.
Colter, George R., 139 Virginia ave.
Connell, Maurice J., 48 S. Pennsylvania.
Coyle, Barnard, 849 S. Meridian.
Crawford, Wm., Castleton.
Creasey, E.^., 500 S. West.
Crippen, Clarence E., 312 E. Washington.
Crone, Jacob, 74 N. Delaware.
Curran, Eugene 1)., 364 Virginia ave.
Danke, Albert, 250 S. Meridian.
Dantzer, C. V., 186 S. Illinois.
Davis, Patrick, ne. cor. Patterson and Michigan.
Davy, John, Haughville.
Deitch ifc Peneweit,49 I diana ave.
Deluse, George, 101 S. Noble.
Deluse, J. Philip, 149 Ft. Wayne ave.
Dinnin, Samuel E., 98 and 390 E. Washington.
Dippel, Henry C, 60 N. Delaware.
Dixon, W.H., Broad Ripple.
Duffey, James, 157 W. McCarty.
Dugan, Daniel, 200 W. Washington.
Dugan, John, 32 W. Michigan (H.).
Dugan, M., .300 W. Maryland.
Eaglen, Silas, 126 E. Wabash.
Eberhardt, Fred, 61 E. South and 175 S. Capitol ave.
Eberhardt, John, 762 S. East.
Ebner, John, 154 W. Washington.
Eckert, Charles, 115 Agnes.
Egelhoff, John, sw.cor. English ave. and State.
EUerkainp, C. G., 257 Prospect.
Emhart, John, 772 S. East.
Emminger, Joseph, 11 Circle.
Emrick, John C, junction Lafayette and C'rawfordsville.
Engle & Gaas, 101 S. Illinois.
Enis, Frederick, se. cor. Bates and Leota.
Essmann, Louis, 181 S. Illinois.
Home Brewing Co-
BOTTLERS of the CELEBRATED BEERS,
^^^ ■ Pale Select,
Family Trade Especially Solicited.
LICENSED LIQUOR SALOONS— Cont.
Fair, David, se. cor. Mississippi and 7tli.
Fair & Carpenter, Lincoln Park.
Federspill, Michael, 389 N. Noble.
Feeny, Timothy, 315 W. Washington.
Fessler, David, 180 E. McCarty.
Finitzer, John, 184 W. 1st.
• Fishinger, Charles, sw. cor. Noble and Market.
Flynn.AVm., 114 W.Ray.
Foppiano, John, 122 Buchanan.
Ford, Michael, 113 Agnes.
Frick, Wm., 201 Newman.
Frick & Roesener, 301 Massachusetts ave.
Fritsh, Martin, 428 Clifford.
Funk, Frank, sw. cor. High and Wyoming.
Gaetz, Herman, ne. cor. King ave. and Michigan (H.).
Gallagher, P. B., 195 W. Washington.
Galm.M., 628 Virginia ave.
Ganon, H. F., 586 W. Morris.
Gardner, J. G., cor. Miller and Reisner (W. I.).
Garver, J. n.,lTSS. niinois.
Gassert, Gottlifli, inv..,,i. Madison ave. and Delaware.
Gaston, Edwnnl, i-nv. KCiiiiuky ave. and Maryland.
Gasway <fe Uartii , .Mn.iics\ ille Pike, west of Eagle Creek,
^aul, F.W., 404 S. West.
Gillispie, John, sw. cor. Missouri and Merrill.
Gisler, Frank, 185 E. Washington.
Glattfelder, Henry, ne. cor. East and Buchanan.
Gleitzinstein, C, 286 W. Washington.
Graebner, John, 307 Shelby.
Grau, Alex, and Jiilin?, 3r,| Blakc.
Greathouse, Ai-ilii.', Id Tii.li:iiia ave.
Greathouse & llcinlrirk-, n;; Indiana ave.
Green, Herbert W., si X. l',„nsylvania.
Greenman, Jacob, 109 Massachusetts ave.
Griffin, Patrick, 3:^0 S. West.
Grodjinsky, N., 304 S. Illinois.
Guenthor, Julius, 66 Virginia ave.
Uaberern , M., 504 N. West.
Unbeuser-Buscb Bi'^win^l flssociiition,
450 to 458 East Ohio Street.
St. Louis Keg and Bottled Beer.
Telephone 1687. J. L. BIELER, Hanager.
C. HENRY ROSEBROCK,
Abstracts of Titles
To Real Estate in Marion County and General Conveyancer.
OFFICE : Room 19, Thorpe Block, East Market Street.
KOTARY PUBLIC ALWAYS IN OFFICE.
LICENSED LIQUOR SALOONS— Cont.
Hafner, F., S26 W. Washington.
Ilafner, John V., 124(5 E. Washington.
Hall, J. S.. 7-1 ru-rlo (English Hotel).
Hamlin,. I:, 1,1, - T)..:n2 Blake.
Harniciiiir.;. ( 'Ln -i ian, 12 N. Delaware.
Harris, .1. Kiirns, l.i'.i S. Capital ave.
Hartman, Charles, nw. cor. McCarty and East.
Hasert, Gottlieb, 233 S. Delaware.
Haubrich, Adam, 64 N. Delaware.
Hawley, C. H., 30 Woodside.
Hedderieh, C. C, 252 E. Washington.
Heess, Conrad, 330 Massachusetts ave.
Held, Jacob, 403 Clifford ave.
Heier, Fred-, 18 S. New Jersey.
Heinlein, John, 193 Indiana ave.
Hellman, Charles, 259 Bates.
Helms, August, 2 Lexington ave.
Henn, Alvis, 627 Madison ave.
Henry, J. B., 176 B. Washington.
Hess, Casper, 507 Madison ave.
Hessling, B., 29 W. Pearl.
Hignight, James R., 687 E. Washington.
llild.Wra., 152 Blake.
Hill, Frank,'762 jind rear 36 E. Wa.-hington.
Hill, Wade,223 W.Ohio.
Ilirth, Leo, 1020 W. Washington.
Hofherr, Fred, 505 Madison ave.
Hofmann, Otto, 470 S. Meridian.
Holmes, Thomas, 75 S. West.
Horan, John, 820 W. Washington.
Hornung, John, 12") E. Washington.
Howard, Edward, 185 Tremont (H.). .
Huegele, John,60.E. Washington.
Hughes, John, 122 W. Michigan (11.).
Hurley, Timothy, 102 S. Illinois.
llg, Frederick, 23 Virginia ave.
For- --■- J
29 South Meridian St.
All Whiskies aged by himself. Direct importer
■ Foreign Wines. Goods sold in any quantity—
om one bottle up.
LICENSED LIQUOR SALOONS -Cont.
Irie, Matthew, 81 S. Illinois.
Jacobs, Abram, 270 S. Illinois.
Jakobi, John, 2 Columbia ave.
Jay, James E., 27 S. Illinois and Michigan Road.
Jearl,B.B., 58 N.Delaware.
Johnson, D. K., 600 N. West.
Jones, E. L., 109 Massachusetts ave.
Jones, Oscar, 27 Kentucky ave.
Kampman, Henry. 124 E. Wabash.
Kaufman, B. and E., 168 W. Washington.
Kearney, Thomas, 56 S. Illinois.
Keating, J. F., nw. cor. King ave. and Michigan (H.) .
Keller, J alius, 99 E. South.
Kelly, Bernard F., 129 W. Maryland,
Kennington, Harry, 301 Bates.
Kerr & Irie, 88 W. Washington.
Kiley, Philip, 450 Massachusetts ave.
King, John W., 37 N. Alabama.
Kissel, C. F., cor. 18th and Capitol ave.
Kistner, John, 198 W. Washington. .
Kle's, Wm., 278 S. Illinois, 284 Prospect, 154 S. New Jersey
antl 251 (Columbia ave.
Knarzer, George, 60 S. Delaware.
Koerner, Valentine, nw. cor. Meridian and Spruce.
Kolker, II. A., 451 E. Washington.
Kiebs, Reinhard, 616 S. Meridian.
Kroeckel, Fred, 590 S. Meridian.
Krupp, John, 341 S. Pennsylvania.
K'uhitz, Herman, sw. cor. 9th and Columbia ave.
Kuechler, John, 514 E. Washington.
Lastig, John, 100 E. South.
Lawrence, Henry W., 146 S Illinois and 113 E. Washington.
Lee, Wm. E.,69 W. Washington.
Lehr, Frederick, 359 Virginia ave.
Lohrritter, Conrijid, 349 Indiana ave.
Lenaghan, John N., 453 S. West.
Lenahan, Neal, 100 S. Illinois.
Lenehen, Daniel, 44 S. West.
Manufactuper&' and CaPDenteP6' Union,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, Etc.; Flooring,
Ceiling, Kough and Dressed Pine, Poplar and Ash Lumber.
Flooring Worked. Lumber Dressed and Sawed to Order.
FRAME Lumber, Shingles and lath.
Newels, Balusters and Job Turning.
Office, 38, 10 and 12 5outfi New Jersey 6t:reet,
RocKwooD Manufacturing Co.,
(American Paper Puller- Co.)
MACHINISTS : AND : FOUNDERS,
Paper Pulleys and Paper Frictions.
Patent Mill Dogs, 180 to 1 90
Saw Mill Supplies ^ South Pennsylvania St.
And Repairs. Indianapolis, Ind.
Victor Foundry and Fence Company,
O. p. p. Sasli Weights, Sewer and Street Castings
and Gray Iron Castings in General.
240 to 246 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind.
LICENSED LIQUOR SALOONS— Cont.
Lenkhardt, Gottlieb, 102 N. Noble.
Lentz, Ailolph, 390 AV. North.
Levy, Adolph, 145 E. Washington.
Levy, Myer, 220 W. Washington.
Loes, John, 100 S.Noble.
Logan, M. B., se. cor. McCarty and Missouri.
Lucid, Michael, 370 S. West. .
Ludwig, Ernest H., lot 15 in Oaklander.
Lutz, C. C, Sheldon and Morris (Oak Hill).
Lux, J., 125 W. Washington.
Lynch, J. H., 355 Virginia ave.
Madden, James H.. 748 E. AVashington.
Maley, James, 404 W. Washington.
Mangold, Fred, 107 Prospect.
Mann & AViUiams, se. cor. Hadly ave. and W. Morris (W. I.).
Mansfield, J. B., Brightwood.
Mantel, Emil, 309 E. Washington.
Manzer, George, 349 Madison ave.
Martin, L. E., 18 Clifford ave.
Mathias, Wni., ne. cor. Belmont ave. and Summit (W. I.).
Mathison, A. H., 2d door w. nw. cor. Ninth and Yandes.
Matz & Matz, 33 E. Market.
" Mauer, Henry J., 41() Indiana ave.
Maxey, James, se. cor. Bright and North.
Merkt, August, 201 Massachusetts ave.
Merkt, Martin, 253 Blake.
Merrick, Richard, 432 W. AVashington.
Metzler, Adam, 300 N. West.
Meyer, F. A., 400 S. Meridian.
Meyer, Gustav J. T., 74 S. Delaware.
Meyer, John, 475 S. Delaware.
Meyer, John H., 423 S. Delaware.
Mick, John B., Broad Ripple.
Miller, George, 66 S. Meridian and 26 Columbia ave.
Miller, L. E. F., 17 Circle and 77 N. Alabama.
Milli. Reinhart,58l Madison ave.
Mitchcll.Jamcs, 258 S.Missouri.
Mittendorf,Churle8, Earl's add.. Broad Ripple.
European . .
lo, 12 and 14 West
Louisiana St. . .
OPP. UNION H.Weinberger,
PATRONIZE . "
. . Union . .
COMPOSED OF UNION LAUNDRY GIRLS.
Nos. 138, 140 and 142 Virginia Ave.
SHIRTS lOC. TELEPHONE 1269.
T. E. SOMERVILLE, m a nager.
AND DEALER IN . .
Saddles and Harness
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
256 riass. Ave. = Indianapolis, Ind.
LICENSED LIQUOR SALOONS-Cont.
Moessmer, Lucian, 1102 E. Washington.
Mohs.Wm., 15 Shelby.
Monninger, Daniel, 20 Kentucky ave.
Monninger, Gottfried, 101 N. Illinois.-
Moran,H. A., 117 N. Illinois.
Moran, Martin, 50 S. Illinois.
Moran, Michael, 28 W. Michigan (H.).
Moran, P., 251 W. Washington.
Morgan & Quinn, 45 W. Pearl.
Moxley & Higgins, 152 W. Washington.
Mueller, George, 989 S. Meridian.
Mueller, Harry, ne. cor. Pennsylvania and Ft. Wayne ave.
Mueller, John F., 262 S. Illinois.
Muellerschoen, Charles, rear 123 S. Meridian.
Murphy, P., 239 W. Washington.
Neely, Thomas, 175 Shelby.
Nesslerv Georgo, pw. rnr. ^fiehigan ave. and Cune.
Noerr, George, T.i' SIn'lKx-.
Noon,P. H.,]-li W. Wavir.iiL'ton.
O'Brien, Frank. L'.-.l K. Wasliington and28Germaniaav.(H.).
Okey, Joseph B., 24 N. Delaware.
Ostendorf, Henry, 81 N. Illinois.
Oldendorf, Theodore, 150 N. Capitol ave.
Patterson, William, 64 Malott ave.
Peters, Matthias, 195 E. Washington.
Pflum, .John B., 299 S. Delaware.
Pink, Gustav, 196 Indiana ave.
Pletzer, Joseph, 591 Madison ave.
Poehler, ].. W. and H. F., 297 Prospect.
Polstcr, Charles, 149 Indiana ave.
Polster, Frederick, 144 Indiana ave.
Powell, G.K., 132 S. Illinois.
Powell, Thomas H., 144 Virginia ave.
Powers, Thomas, 503 S. Capitol ave.
Powers, Thomas F., 141 E. Washington.
Proescl, Thomas G., 196 N. Mississippi.
Quinn, Timothy, 249 W. South.
Ilappaport, Isaac, 143 W. Washington.
No Ferry Transfer
Teeth Drawn Without Pain,
Good Set of Teeth, $5. Extracting, 25c.
72i East Washington Street.
LICENSED IJQUOR SALOONS— Cont.
Raseman, F., 67 Russell ave.
Read, John, 285 Kentucky ave.
Redding, Jamei?, 167 Michigan (H).
Riebold, Louis, The Bates House.
Reil,. Tames, 199 Meek.
Reinken, H. J., 266 E. Washington.
Reis, John G., 149 Columbia ave.
Remetter, G. A., 124 N. Pine.
Reis, John G., 249 Newman.
Renter, Jacob, 196 Dillon.
Reynoldti, John, 38 AV. Market.
Rhake, Gus, cor. River and Oliver aves. (W. I.).
Richardson, W. W., Kl Indiana ave.
Rieger, Leo, ne. cor. Coburn and Ea?t.
Ritter, John C, 67 N. Alabama.
Roeder, John, 248 Davidson.
Roeder, Wm., 755 N. West.
Roesch, Frank, Briglitwood. ^
Rogers, Wm., 171 W. Washington.
Roller, Jacob, 151 W. Washington.
Root, Charles H., 570 W. Washington.
Rosaseo, Angelo, 960 N. New Jersey.
Rest, Dantel, 1107 E. Michigan.
Roth & St. Clair, Brighton Beach.
Rozier, Edward, 101 Indiana ave.
Rozier, G. H., 50 Indiana ave.
Kuemele, Joseph, nw. cor. Morris and Harding.
Ruskamp, Fred, 133 Dorman .
St. Clair, Charles, 79 E. Wabash.
Santo, E. J., 204 Indiana ave.
Schaefer, Ernest, nw. cor. English ave. and Pine.
Sehaub, John, se. cor. Woodburn and River aves (W. I.).
Schaub, Joseph H., 88 E. Washington.
Scheier, John C, ne. cor. State ave. and Orange.
Schiefferdeker, Charles, 161 Davidson.
Schissel, Otto, ne.'cor. Wabash and West.
Schmalholtz, Casper, 29 S. Meridian.
Schmidt, Autoii,362 Shelby.
Lightest Pra.ctic&l Wbeel in tb? Worl^J.
MVNGER CYCLE tMFQ. CO., Indianapolis.
GENTS' AND LADIES'
Gold and Filled Watches.
GOLD WATCHES, $20, $25, $30.
Elgin or Waltham Movements.
A Fine Line of Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware and Spectacles.
218 East Washington Street.
LICENSED LIQUOR SALOONS-Cont.
Schmiilt, Otto, 401 S. Delaware.
Schneider, John B.,474S. Meridian.
Schoen, Sigmond, 577 Virginia ave.
Schopenhorst, G. H., 234 E. Washington..
Schoppe, Wm. A., 201 Virginia ave.
Schrolueke, Wm. H., Madison ave., south of BeltRail:
Sehuesler, Wm., 681 Madison ave.
Schuh, John, 346 Virginia ave.
Schultz, Louis, Mt. Jackson.
Schwartz, Martin, 58 ' S. Meridian.
Sehwonzer, Charles, Bluff Road.
Scott,M M., 90 W.Washington and 73 W. McCarty.
Secttor k Nier, 131 and 225 W. Washington.
Seidensticker, Wm. C , 233 S. East.
Seiter, Christopher, 476 E. Washington.
Seitz, Charles, 65') N. Mississippi.
Selb. Mathias, ne. cor. Morris and Capitol ave.
Shepherd, H. V., 840 E. Washington.
Shine, n.& J., 54 S. Illinois.
Shinn, George W., 1202 E. Washington.
Siessl, John B., 135 E. Washington.
Sindlingcr, George, 76 Kentucky ave.
Smith, Henry, 39 N. Illinois.
Smith, Thomas F., ne. cor. Louisiana and McCrea.
Spitzfadden, Wm., cor. Prospect and Read.
Spitznagle, Leopold, 920 S. Meridian.
Sponsel, Henry, 345 Madison ave.
Sprengpfeil, Henry, 190 Kentucky avo.
Sprinkle, David, Mt. Jackson.
Steinmann, Carl, 346 E. Washington.
Stehlin, John H., 401 College.
Stellwagen, John, 488 S. Illinois.
Stephens, J. J., 32 Brightwood ave. (B^.
Stevens, Charles H., 408 Blake.
Stock, Henry, 120 E. Maryland.
Stone, John, 115 Ft. Wayne ave.
Stout, W. A., 178 S. Illinois.
Strack, Charles, 427 Madison ave.
Geo. J. Mayer,
SEALS AND STENCILS,
Steel Stamps, Badges,
Burning Brands, Etc.
15 South Meridian St. (Gn.unJ Floor).
Patent Lawyer and Solicitor,
''°°cTR^wL^"GTO!^*N^M^^r*NS^T's°°''' Indianapolis, Ind.
Brexv Kettles, Sodci Fountains,
Alcohol Stills, Gas Generators,
Candv Kettles, Eto.
No. 100 South Dei^aware St.
R. p. Daqgett. established in 1868. James B. Lizfus.
R. P. DAQGEXT & CO.,
28-32 Marion Building, INDIANAPOLIS, iND.
LICENSED:lIQUOR saloons— Cont.
Stumpf, Wm., 810 W. Washington, 65 N. Illinois, 210 W.
Maryland, 531 Virginia ave., 333 W. Morris, cor. Linden
and English ave., and cor. Russell ave. and McCarty.
Sullivan, Dennis, 114 Agnes.
Sullivan, F. F., s. s. National Road, Mt. Jackson.
Summer, L., nw. cor. Dillon and Prospect.
Taggart, Thomas, Grand Hotel.
Teney, Stephen, 219 Massachusetts ave.
Tenner, Andreas, 499 S. West.
Tip'on, C. A., fiO Massachusetts ave.
Tivenan, M. P., cor. McCarty and Capitol ave.
Traugott, J., 174 River ave. (W. I.).
Traugott, L., 1206 AV. Morris (W. I.).
Treiber, Wm., 251 W. Morris.
Tron,Wm., 17 N. Illinois.
Tully, Louis, 718 S. East.
Uebelacker, Frank, 187 Madison ave.
Victor, Henry, 37 S. Delaware.
Vinson, Columbus, 462 N. West.
Vollrath, Charles, 577 Madison ave.
Wachstetter, W. & R.,56 Indiana ave.
Wagner, Joseph, 171 Virginia ave.
Wagner, Peter, 856 S. Meridian and 559 E. Michigan.
Walker, H. A., 75 E. Court. .
Wambaugh, Joseph, Broad Ripple.
Ward, Patrick, 473 N. Mississippi and 396 S. Illinois.
Weber, John, 50 N.Noble.
Weber, Louis, 78 W. Addison (N. I.).
Weeber, (Charles F., 200 S. Meridian.
Wcidmann, Louis, 136 Clifford ave.
Weil, L., 12 Shelby.
Weilacher, John,92 E. Washington.
Weiland, Fred, 16 Prospect.
AVeinberger, H. E., 10 W. Louisiana.
Weiss, AVm.G, 13 S. Meridian.
Wessling, Henry, 199 Hoyt.
Wiese, C, 330 Clifford ave.
Wilhite, Jesse F., 200 E. Washington.
The Order of Equity.
A Practical Beneficial Order. Based on Sound Business
Principles. All Certificates Paid in Full at Haturity.
Incorporated Under the Laws of Indiana, 1889.
$90,000 PAID IN FINAL BENEFITS.
Every one needs assistance when disabled by disease or
accident. Every one desires a respectable burial. Will
pay you in case of Sickness or Accident from Sj^ti to f2E> per
week Funeral Benefits, $40 to SIOO. Prompt payment of
all claims. No optional Or debit assessments made; ma-
turing certificates paid in full. Investment Funds securely
invested and rapidly accumulatinff.
For information apply to
HOHE OFFICE, 1561., E. Washington St.
Chicago Office: Suite 209 Masonic Temple.
J. A. EHRENJPERQER'S
''Big 4'' Shoe Store,
188 W. WASHINGTON ST.
The original Thomas Emerson's Sons, M. A. Packard &
Co. and other leading lines of Men's Shoes; also
fine lines of Ladies', Misses' and Child-
ren's Shoes at
N^ICENSED LTQUOK SALOONR-Cont.
Wilson, Benjamin F., Reasner (W. I.).
AVilson, T. J., 29 Virginia ave.
Winkler, David, 201 Ft. Wayne ave.
Witt, Gus, se. c-or. Michigan ave. and Summit.
Witthoft, Fred. Jr., 327 Indiana ave.
Woerner, Alvis, 150 W. Vermont.
W. erner, Joe Alvis, 525 N. West.
Wolf, Daniel, 134 W. Michigan (H.).
Wolsifer, John, 827 S. Meridian.
Woodward, W. J., 18 S. Delaware.
Woolf, Marcus, 139 E. Washington.
Wroblinsky, Thomas, 428 Massachusetts ave.
Wulff, Conrad C, sw. cor. Nordyke and W. Morris.
Yearns, John B., 129 S. Noble.
Zapf, Fred, 80 W. Washington.
• Zapf, Phil, 42 Virginia ave.
Zeien, John,53 River ave. (W. I.).
Zeien, Joseph, 857 S. East.
Zimmerman, J. F. and C. E., 131 W. Washington.
one 411. Lady Attendant.
Frank A. Blanchard,
open Day and Night.
Hacks Furnished for Funerais, 99 W, DelaWaPB St.
Weddings and Parties.
THE ECLIPSE CYCLES
^"T STRONG. . .
Eclipse I^oadster, -
Eelipse ladies', -
Fitted -witl-i ^Wood Rim
and BEAVER FALLS, PA.
last"V'"re Vdin-,' and "him ttri<
declaring an emergcnc.\ ,' .ii.
end that their best effmt- nmy
cessful operation. Its pmii i-,
from all connection with Wir <■
bers of the departments arc st
or off duty, to take any part, t
convention, primary or eleetic
ing, or to become interested ii
bond tn s
eetly, in any
3 or political
he above act
hall be under
;is, to be ap-
.■IS -li:ill give
uith the De-
ject tu the same pruvi-Piii- a.^ aiu In rein prL'scrilji:d for the
exercise of similar powers by the Department of Public
Works. Said Commissioners shall receive annual salaries
of $600 each.
Skc. 94. Said Commissioners shall adopt rules for the
appointment of members of said Kiir and I'idice Forces,
their royulation and .luties, -iil.ir.l , In.u ,.\ ,.,■, to the laws
of the Slatr and I., the ordina ri. .- -I' Ihc Conimon Council.
Any two of said Coinmissionci-- >liall .on- lit uto a quorum.
Said Commissioners shall adopt niks and lobulations with
regard to the time of holding regular and called meetings
and of giving notice thereof. They shall elect one of their
number as Cnairraan, who shall bold such position as long
as may be prescribed by the rules of said Boai'd. Said
Commissioncra shall cause all of their proceedings to be
carefully recorded by a competent Clerk, who shall give
And everybody else.
We want to
Good Clothes are scarce. That is, clothes that
will stand hanl near and will look well. We know
our clothes will stand the test.
Men's, Boys' and s^^ssicS^i^
r- .I.. Men— excepting
I beg leave to announce to you that I
have opened a Dental Office at 62)2 S.
Illinois Street, rooms 7 and 8, and. will be
pleased to meet my old patrons and all
others who may need my services.
First-class work guaranteed.
MRS. PURSELL PAGE.
bond for the faithful performance of his duties, to be ap-
proved by such Board in such sum as may be fixed by ordi-
nance. They shall only act as a Board, and no member
thereof shall have power to bind said Board or such city,
except imrsnnnf to a resolution of such Board authorizing
him to ;i(t ill tlmt behalf ns its authorized agent. Said
Coniiiiissiniiers shall have the care and charge of all prop-
erty (,f every kind pertaining to the Fire and Police Forces
and to the market idaecs, pounds and prisons of such city.
Sec. 95. Said Coininissioners shall ai)point a Superin-
tendent of Police, Chief of the Fire Force and all other
officers, members and eiiiidoyes of said Fire and Police
Forces, together with a Market Master, Station-house
Keeper and other officials necessary for such Department
of Public Safety. The annual pay of such appointees shall
be fixed by ordinance of the Comm n Council, and it shall
be lawful in such ordinance to grade the members of such
forces and to regulate their pay, not only by rank, but by
their length of s rvice. In default of any ordinance fixing
the compensation for any member of such Fire or Police
Force, said Commissioners shall have power to fix the same,
subject to change by ordinance by said Council. Said
Commi^^sionors of Public Safety may also fix the number of
meinliers nf^ai.l Fire and Police Forces, and the number of
appointees Inr other purposes. Said Coiniiiissioncrs of
Publir Safety shall in like manner divide sii.di rity into
Police Preriijcts and Fire Districts. Said Coininissioners
shall also have power to make and promulgate rules and
regulations for the appointment of members to such forces
and for their government: Provided, That said forces
shall be as nearly as possible equally divided politically,
and no member thereof shall be dismissed oxecjit for cause
as hereinbefore provided. The Superintendent ol Police
shall have exclusive direction and <oiiiiul .it tlie i'olice
Force, and the Chief of the Fire Force -hall liive -xrlnsive
control and charge of such Fire Force, sulMcrt i,, Uh' rules,
regulations and .>rdei-s ut' said departmeni ..I I'uliI n- Safety.
In times of peril . da n -.■!•. liot, .'xi. mi, -'u ,- r,!,, iLt^j-,,, linn, dis-
order, or the appi-i-lirii-inii their. i|\ -iij.l ciiiri' ..f tlie Fire
Force and the Sii|.criritciid..|it ot ilie I'.di.c [•'<„■,;• shall,
for the time I.. iiiL'. lie sul, ordinate L.> the Mayer and obey
his ordir- an. I .1 i icetions, anything to the contrary in this
act or in fh. .nlmanees of such city, or in the regulations
or .ii.h 1- .if Mil, ii c.nnmissioncrs of Public Safety, to the
Sec. 96. Each nicmber"of the Fire and Police Force and
all other appointees of the Commissioners of Public Safety
shall hold office until they are removed by the Board.
They may be removed for any cause other than politics,
and the written reasons for such removal shall be entered
upon the records of such Board.
Sec. 97. On conviction of a member of the said Fire or
.1. M. DALRYMPLE. E. A. HKNDICKSON.
INDIANAPOLIS HARNESS CO.,
^^^^ Dealers in
fl / Nets,
(If Whips. Etc.
The . . . Telephone 1273
HOME STOVE CO.,
Stoves, Ranges, Hollowwjire
79 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET,
I N D lANAPOLIS . . . IND I ANA.
FAHNLEY & M'CREA^
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
frtllllHEIlY, ^TliHW PD FPCY GOOD?.
140-142 SOUTH MERIDIAN ST.
INDIANAPOLIS . . . INDIANA.
pline, .said Commissioners shall 1
offending party by reprimand, fn:
out pay, dismissal, or by redm-i
Shairi"".'-!.-- ;,'n"||,'r .'n,',,,,',.,,, 'hiV
COnstnl.|rs.r\r,.|,t III n'l.ltlMll In I
and iui\ \\ :irr;iiil ..| -iMii li ••v ;i i i
|M,Urr nf -llrl, ril
thisSl.-itL^ or of llie uniin.-iiices ..I >
have the excdusive power, and ii -
serve all process issu d by the ( m _
committee thercot, pursuant tu Ihi- .1 1,01 liy any of the
executive departments of .«u(li iit\ . 'I'lic\- shall attend
upon the Police Court and assist the bailiff to preserve
order in such court.
Sec. 99. Th" members of the Police Force, under the
direction of the Superintendent thereof, shall convey
prisoners to and from the county jail or station houses of
such city for arraignment or trial in the Police Court, or to
the House of Correction, Work House. Reform School,
County Jail or other place of punishment or imprison-
ment, under judsmcnt, sentence, order, process of such
Skc. 100. Said Commissioners shall have power, on ap-
plication of any person or corporation, if deemed expedi-
ent, to 'detail regular Patrolmen of the Police Force or Fire
Force, or appoint and swear any additional number of
Special Policemen or Firemen to do special duty at any
place within such city, upon such person or corporation
The Food of Foods!
A white corn flake made from the
most nutritious part of the grain.
READILY SOLUBLE, EASILY DIGESTED.
AND VERY NUTRITIOUS.
200 WAYS of Pieparing it for the Table,
And good to use all seasons of the year.
FOR sale: by Al_L_ GROCEIRS.
Cook book, containing valuable re-
cipes, furnished free on applicatioo.
-•i= THE CEREALINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, ^^
paying for the use of si
service on sueli detail nf
ular members of the f..r
be subject to the Suixrii
to the Chief of the Fiiv
and regulations i.t'- th
form to its ili-.-iplin
dress or b:uls'' :i> t
and shall, .larin. il,
Such P:lllnl|,M-l, ;,im1 l',r,.,,|..|i -ii:,ll ^^ , i i - i-lied
of'the Dei.aiuueiil of IlealLli. or any ilei.ai luiaii L of the
Skc. 101. Said Commissioners and Superintendents of
Fire and Police are authorized to idminister oaths to any
person summoneil in any proceeilinsr authorized by this
act, or to take :m\ ■lc|"'-iti"iis iiinlcr the rules, regulations
or orders of said I <('|>arl nn'iil nC I'ulilic S:i ftjl V.
Sec. 102. It i- li.Triiv niM.l,- th.' .luiv nf said Police
Force, at all iimc- wiihiis -mdi .-iiy, and the members
thereof are spr.':i !' - ,<,■]■■'■' •■< '-A ii. |.i-Lv-ri\ r |icacc, pre-
vent crime, d^'i-- . I I Mir,. II In-, -ii|,|,n.-< ri(,ts,
mobs and insiin i r unlaw lul and diinui-mus
assemblages, aivi .! ; i ., - whi.di Mi.-iiii,.| ili,. iVce
passage of piddh- - 1 1 ,-. i . - idi wal ks, parls- and plai-cs, pro-
tect the right of persuns and property, g lard the public
health, preserve order at elections and public meetings,
. direct the movement of teams and vehicles in streets, al-
leys or public places, remove all nuisances in public
streets, i-avk"-- nv hi.-|nv:i v--, an-o't all «fn'ot lie-j-.-ar--, jiro-
Vidc pv..|M.| |,, I li,.,. ■,.-,-! :,,"■.■ M 111.--. :,- -i-1 , :;d\ !-.■ :i,id pro-
stati'iii . ■ : .•: Ill : ■. . ■ , ■ i ■, i n i. . 1 1 t ■ i . imsi-
prostitutes resort or reside, all lottery or policy shops, all
gambling houses, cock pits, dance houses, resorts, and to
suppress and restrain all unlawful or disorderly conduct
or practices, enforce and prevent the violation of all ordi-
nances and laws in force in such city. The Superintendent
of Police and each captain in his precinct shall possess the
power of supervision and in
venders, junk-shop keepns
in second-hand men-hnnai-
tions, and any momher "f -i
the Superintendent to cmk
by written auth(M-it\ . emi.nn.T imv nirinlM.r ,,
f surh 1"(.
Force, when in s..;nvl, nf .tnl.n vv«i»-vty. n|
of suspected orteiidcr-, tn i-.\:iiniiie tlif 1 k^
premises of any of the pc sons named in iln<
to examine property in whosesoever pos.'^cssi
Sec. 103. If any member of such For.-,-, ,,
r if imy
or more householders in such .-ity.fhMll iv,,,,,
under his or their s'frnatinv.tntl„.S,i,., Mi nimd
that there are good Kr..mid- -mimI M;itiii- t
believing that any house, mom ^r pniiiisc^ wit
is kept or used as a .•n,,, ,, -;,:,, in- 1,..,
premises t..,- tliereiii pL-nin- Im,- uii.vr- nf i,
gamecrrhaurr.nr k.Ih. k..|,t Imp |,.ud m- ..l,.,-
of amusement, er Inr tlir .l.'i.nsit nrsiilr ..1 l-tr
policies, it shiill l.e l:,\\ fill for s.n^ Snpcri
authorizr nny nienil.rr or ui.^iiiImm- ..f -iiid i'n]
Writilltr I'l riiti'i' tlir -■line w 1 1 -h'lll r<>i"tli\\
same to tlleSupei- ntrndent. uIm/.1,:,|| dr-ti-o.
Sec 10-1. Wl,.M,r\,T n)iV MMVM 1,M- Imt,,
memherof sueh I'.dp-r l-.n'.., ,i -1, 11 1,,. tl,,
. 'llllV nf
officer in inakinii lli^' -.nvr^i [., fm-i !,« ill, l.,i,
1- the lier
arrested before ilir I'oIot ( 'mii-t, ..,■ r.,mt li;i'
lion thereof, tr. !„• ,|r;,ll will, ;,r,.,,rdu,L; In l;n
rest is niiide duriiii. iIh' loHirs ul,,-,, -ml, ,,,
session,. .r if ll,.. iud-r !-■ imi |,nl,iin. r..uvi. ■
shall he d,-t:,in.-d ,,, llm ( ' il y I'ri-n,, imiil i1„t
o_pportunit.v_ (mi- such heiiriiiii ,ii Urn r:,ilir-
time, or until he shall havi
And no person shall be detained lnii-j,-i ihin tuti,i\ four
hours, without sueh examination . . \.M|.t whiic SumlMy
intervenes, in which case no persm, -Iml I l,|. di-i .i incd Ioniser
than forty-eight hours. Any iiei- i .-..iim,: ,ii inn who
shall interfere with said Comiui-sinnm < nf I'uhli. S;,tely,
or their appointees in the legal di-. hnui o( ilnii duiies,
shall upon conviction be fined not n- ihiin one lhons:ni(l
dollars ($1,000), to which may be :id.led i iu|.ii-omMent for
more than ninety (90) days.
Skc. 105. It shall be unlawful for said Commissioners of
Puhlie Safety, or any persons appointed by them or their
iiiedeeessors, or holding any position on said Fire or Police
Force, to solicit any person to vote at any election for any
ctindldate, or to challenge any voter, or in any manner
attempt to influence any elector at such election, or to be a
Ideas Made Real.
Have you a thought?
and need the help of
your patent? If so, uoi
i you any Mechanical Trouble
c-hanical Expert to complete
JNO. S. THURMAN,
Hechanical Engineer and Draughtsman,
CORDOVA BUILDING, 25 W. Washington St.
W. aeorgia St., and 102 to 120 Kentucky Ave.
delegate or candidate for delegate to any political conven-
tion, or to solicit for any candidate for, or delegate to such
convention, or to be a member of any political committee.
Any persons violating the provisions of this section shall
be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, to
which may be added imprisonment for a period not
exceeding six months.
Sec. 106. Said Commissioners shall have power, subject,
however, to city ordinances, to adopt rules regulating the
giving of bond by any appointee or class of appointees in
such department for faithful performance of uffieial duty.
Skc. 1U7. Said Commissioners may at any time .Iruft an
ordinance and submit the same to the Conimcm Council,
who shall have power to enact the same like other ordi-
nances, for the creation, management and distribution of a
Police Insurance Fund, or of a Firemen's Insurance Fund,
together with a provision for retaining a per cent, of each
appointee's salary, for the creation of such fund, and pre-
scribing the conditions of its investment and who shall be
entitled to the benefit thereof.
Corner Illinois and Maryland Streets
Two Squares from Union Station.
One Square from Washlngrton, the Principal
One Square from Meridian, the Principal
ALL STREET CAR LINES PASS OUR DOORS.
GRAND HOTEL CO, Props.,
Yoiril Be Longerxs
Many times over than you will be with it. So why stint
yourself/ Why deny your family the necessities of house-
keeping? Why not make your house comfortable and
your home enjoyable while you are still alive and have
your family with you? It's easy when you know how.
We are the originators of the great and only
Which furnishes y^ur house complete, or such pieces of
Furiiiture, jyintting, gloves or Corpels
As you may need, and allow you to pay for them a little
each week, or each month, as you can spare it. Charges
you no interest and names you same prices as if you paid
Peopfe's Outfittino Co,
U. S. ani Foreign_
^r. R. BELL,
Mechanical Engineer and Patent Solicitor,
64 Ingalls Block.
Kill." 1. Tin
SLiperintcn.lont ..r P,,lir,. <
r ,,f thf entire V..\u-r I'm.
del'Ote his wii
charge of his
the proper tri
rules and rejii
tlir .-ity ;irr rn|nr,-r,| ;,. f-AV:
and it >h;ill hr the .Intv .■i\\v 1>-Ii.r l-,,r.o to render to
him and hi- .nMns implirit nhr.liiMi.-r in contorniity to the
law and to thr rnles and regulations of the iJoard.
Rule 3. \Vheii charges are filed in his office against any
uicinber of the Force he shall immediately transmit the
same to the clerk of the Board, with the names of wit-
nesses to be subpoenaed, that the charges may be investi-
gated by the Board of Public Safety.
Rule 4. lie must, on the occasion of any general or pri-
mary election, detail a sufficient number of policemen to
each election district to preserve the peace.
Rule .'). He shall, when dire.tcd by the Board, cau.se as
large a number of memlters of tJKs department as can be
spared from their duties, to be diilled to-cther in military
movements and evolutions, so tliat they may act efficiently
and in concert when called upon to suppress riots or dis-
n»]( h ]] I 11 1 1 , , , 1 f nit Ih? n offices,
k 1 1 n 1 1 u I n 1 I iwn-
III I 1 I . 1 I .ment
peete I gnnl liii-, h usts, ilrinkin,' mIc on^ tiul houses of
Rule 7. Ht li ill 1, \ I u I t t , u 1 mh u i end,
with the con i i t 1 tl ( 1 i I tl 1 I i in his
absence, eith i 1 il ih < li i nibei
of the Force 1 i i 1 i i t I i il i 1 n il iti n , uii
til thechaif,c i ui 1 e iiuc Hfeitc I I > thcL.ii I
<'n»<todian of Stolen Property.
Rule S, The Sui)eriiiten(lent shall be the custodian of
all propcity reiTu creil by Ibc dri.arl nu-nt, keeping an ac-
curate (lcscii|ition of tlir ^Miiic :ind di- |Misition thereof,
except 111(111. •>> ;iiid \ ;ilii:iMi- jew .1 1 > , w liii-li shall be turned
over to the ('Ink nf the Hoard, (o Kc ii'taincd by him until
Rule !t. He .shall re|Kirt to the Board at the first regular
or nioiillily iii.'ciiii- the amount of stolen property recov-
ered, 11 11 ml II' I of :m r. -i> mide, amount of Stock impounded,
and otln I iiiaiii T- |i> I tainiiiii to the work of his depart-
nieut. lie shall also iimkc a, monthly report of the status
Uetiil at Board Meet'ii^s.
Rulft 10. The Superintendent shall detail an officer for
attendance upon the Board of Commissioners at meetings,
when notified of the time of holding same, by the Clerk of
(jeneral l>iitie!« and Powers.
Rule II. The Captains of Police will b,- held stric'tly re-
sponsible for the preservation of the pulilir prii.c .luring
their tour of duty; and, to insure tro.i.l m.l.i, ili.y are
vested with the power to post the men iin.l.i ih. ir com-
mand in such places and assign them suili iluti.s as they
may deem expedient, subject always to the orders of the
BERtnUPEZ ASPHftLT CO.,
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WORKS, E. Vermont St. and Big 4 Tracks.
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Rule I'i. They shall examine all carts, oianibiises, and
other publio vehicles, and inspect, or cause to be inspected,
from time to time, all pawnbrokers' shops, second-hand
ili'iijcrs' shops, junk shops and intelligence offices, and re-
ixirt thereon, from time to time, to the Superintendent.
Reports to Superintendent.
Rule 13. Thev shall promptly report to the Superin-
tendent every cMse of neglect of duty, the name of the per-
son reported, and the nature of the charge against him.
They will also report any special service by patrolmen un-
der their command deemed meritorious.
Rule 14. Cajitains shall see that the Station-house is
used for police business, and for no other purpose. Civility
and attention must be shown to every person applying at
the i^tation-house on business, and no person will be per-
mitted to loiter there without permission from the officer
in charge, except members of the department and persons
Kxplanation of Rules and Orders.
Rule 15. Captjiins shall carefully read and explain to
;ill Sergeants and patrolmen the rules and regulations and
nil general orders that may be given by the Board or Super-
Unties at Times ot Riot.
Rule 1(). In case of any riot or other sudden emergency
requiring the service of the police, the Captains shall at
once proceed tothe scene of the riot with sufficient force
and be vigilant iu suppressing the same.
Books of Rules.
Rule 17. Captains shall see that the books containing
the rules and regulations arc carefully kept, and that each
Sergeant ;ind |iMti-oliii:ni is well ac<iuainted with the con-
tents, and report to the Suinrintendent all eases of neglect
reporteil \)y any Siigcaut or observed by said Captains.
RoII-CailN, InM|>eotions. V.tc.
Bule 18. Captains shall call tl
ic roll aii.l 11.
tecs when the patrolmen entii
officers with any information th
before leaving the Station-hou.-
;e, form the
and inspect them.
tion leid the "In\
tions Free, or if
ior full informa-
100 pages, bO illustra-
S^^^^IAN APOLIsJnD. I
Should Set Example a«< to Coiidnct.
Rule 19. The Captains and Sergeants, as coming in im-
mediate and constant intercourse with patrolmen, are
expected to set examples of sobriety, discipline, energy
and activity, of neatness and accuracy, thoroughness and
courtesy, moderation and dignity, at all times and in all
/ places, and not indulge in unofficor-like familiarity with
Rule 20. Sergeants shall be responsible for the general
good order and discipline of their respective divisions. In
case of absence of the Cnptain, the duties required of him
shall be performed by one of the Sergeants, selected for
that purpose by the Superintendent, who shall, during
such detail, possess and exercise all the powers of a
Shall Patrol Their Districts.
Rule '21. Sergeants shall continually patrol their divis-
ions ;ind see that the patrolmen fire performing their
Shall Cominnnlcate With Men.
Rule 22. Sergeants shall, if possible, speak to each and
every patrolman of their command at loait once during
their tour of duty.
Familiarity With Rules.
• Rale 23. Sergeants must be familiar with the rules and
regulations, and at all tim^s appear neatly attired and
clean in person and e<iuipments.
lVep;Ie<-t of Duty.
Rule 24. Sorgriuits will make themselves thoroughly
ac(iuainteil with ihc ci p.iliililies of the patrolmen. They
shall carefully imtc Hi.' msd of every patrolman absent
from his distiin, :hm1 ;iii.v misconduct or neglect of duty,
and report tiic .^.iiiic (.. ;i sui.crior officer, and their failure
to so report shall be sullicicnt cause for suspension or dis-
For more than
We have been supplying the wants of the
Buying public of Indianapolis, and pride our-
selves in the fact that
Their wants in that line better than any one.
We know HOW and WHAT to buy! We
always get the worth of our money ; so you
always get the full value (sometimes more)
Dry Goods of all descriptions. BUY HERE.
YOU get the benefit of
L. S. AYRES & CO.
€are of Station-Houso.
. It shall be the duty of the Stii in,,- 1 1 mi.,. Kuep-
ey all orders received from tin Su iMrintmilent,
••111(1 Scrseants. They sIimII k,r|. tli.- St.-ition-
Duties or Day Wagoii-iiiaii.
Rule 29. The officer in charge of the patrol-wagon dui
the .lay si:
the rnnipl:,,,,!. II. -I,;ill -,■.■ In il,,. |,,'M|,M- r-.n-,' of the
clean: tli;it in. teed oi tiiel is \v;isted: tliiit the supplies
needed are always on liarid; and that the men atlaehed to
the company comply strictly with the rules of the depart-
Duiies of Nig:lit Wa^oii-ninii.
Rule 30. It shall be the duty of the .illh-,.. hm in- charge
of th(^ patrol-wiifion during the night, tn -re iIlii ihr wagon
is well elcMned :ind the brasses well |M.liyli,M|. ihpI ihat the
harness f.,r his tr.'ini of horses is well u.i^hr.l .nnl nil,,!, and
Keeper, with the names of the officers making the arrest,
and of the party who makes the complaint.
Duties of l>ay Driver.
Rule 31. It shall be the duty of the patrol-wagon driver
in charge of the horses during the day, to sec that the
horses in use are i>roperly taken care of and well groomed.
lie shall, upon all occasions when a run is to bo made,
attend to the driving. It shall also be his duty to keep the
stable clean and neat.
Pearson's ]\/\usic H^^use,
(STRICTLY HIGH GRADE)
Pi^DOS \i)i OrgiLOs,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
82 and 84 N. Pennsylvania Street,
New Shoe Store,
N. W. Cor. Washington and Pennsylvania Sts.
Make a Specialty of Pleasing their
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
I»nties of Nig^ht Driver.
Rule 32. The driver in clturge durins the night shall per-
form the same duties as those prescribed in Rule 30, and
see that the horses in use during the night are properly
taken care of and well groomed.
Familiarity With Duties.
Rule Ti. The prevention of erime hciiv-r the most im-
portant olijert in view, tlit- i.utinluKMi niu-t r, instantly ex-
ert hini>eit t<i arconu'li^li tliMt en.l. 11.- iiiii^t examine and
mast Note Obfects of Danger.
:tll link,' rciHTt'lih-i
ollieeriii charseof h
R»le34. AVhile on
dents may occ'iir, leii
places for whirii temp
see that suitnlile ; i
lie travel; all ru.-il li-.l
lamps out of repair,
early extin-uislieil: oi
Rale S.'i. Patrolmen must not walk together or talk with
each other, or wiili nny other person on their districts,
whil(^ on iuiN, iinl( -- it 1h' to communicate information
pertain ill J In ihc ilip,! 1 1 no nt, or in the line of their duty,
or wlien ilet.iilci for jnini iliity. and such communication
must !)(■ as Iniel as pos.silile. Thfvmnut not stand still while
on duty, hut iumtaiitly pnlroi ihrir dintriutfi.
Familiarity with District.
RuleSfi. As far as In' emi, without intru<lin-on the pri-
vacy of individuals, tiw piitrnlniiin niu-t nnl,- :,ll removals
from or into the limits ot lii- 'list ri. i , .i ml n.ciuire such a
knowledge of th6 inh:il,i!;ihi^ ;is uill eii:il. I, him to recog-
nize them. It is ind siHii-.iMy ne.i-sarv th;it he should
become thoroughly conversant with the streets, thorough-
fares and houses within the limits of his district.
A\. S. HUEY 6- SO/S,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Lumber, Lath and Shingles.
73 PENDLETON AVENUE,
INDIANAPOLIS . . . INDIANA.
V. W. Foster, President. C. A. Kenyon, Vice-Pre-^ident.
A. H. Perkins, Manager. S. II. Shearer, SiiDt. and Eng.
SUPPLY CO , ^^-
Trioldid fljpljJilt ?\vmtTits
33 INGALLS BLOCK, INDIANAPOLIS.
Chiooo 0,-i-ice. 36 LaSslle St.
Rule St. He shall furnish such informiition and render
such aid to all persons, when requested, as is consistent
with his duty. He shall keep his badge in sight, and give
his name and niimber to all persons who demand them.
Prevention of Crime.
Knle 38. He must, to the utmost of his power, prevent
the commission of assaults, breaches of the peace, and all
other crimes about to be committed.
must, by his vigilance, render it extremely
one to commit a crime on his post. The
e uiU be cnsi.lercd the )icst i.r.^of of the
charge of the district.
Inspection of District.
:ie shall .•^ncfully \u<vrrt ..mm;
place if bi.< prcsc-li.-,. 1„. ro,|n,ir,l; i,ui lir ui 1 1 .siti>fyhis
superior ollicer that tliere was suliicicut cau.-c for such ap-
parent neglect.) He must at all times be enabled to fur-
nish particular informationrespecting the state of his post.
the Superintendent all
ilso all stolen, found or
, to be by him disposed
Violation of Rules.
^nofinl PnlipAiiipn whn nhiige their trUSts, wllO
r who are unfit lor
violate the rules of the department, or w
duty, will be deprived of their authority.
GAS AND GASOLINE.
. M. «S, D. WROUGHT
Indianapolis Stove Company,
7\ and 73 S. Meridian St.
GUiDo R. pre:ssi_e
Residence, 325 N. Liberty St.. i rsj di an Af=>(
Obedience to Orders.
Rule 45. Punctual attendance, prompt obedience to
orders and conformity to the rules of the department will
1)6 rigidly enforced.
Knle 47. Captains, Sergeants and patrolmen, when on
duty, shall wear the badge on the outside of the outermost
garment, over the left breast.
Rule 48. Every member of the force, when entering on
duty, must be neat in person, his clothes and linen clean,
his boots polished, and his dress in strict conformity with
the regulations, unless otherwise ordered by a superior
Uniformed While Off l>ii«y.
Rule 52. No member of the Force shall smoke or drink
any liquor while on duty or in the St:iti.>n-h<Mise. No
liquor or intoxicMtiuK drinks sh:ill, ii|'"ii :iiiv pn'text, be
introduced into tlie Slut inn Imnsr, r.\,-. i,: f.u mclirinal
purposes, and then (inl\- wlim oid.-riMl liyihc I'd i.-e Sur-
geon. Nor shall .sninkiut; be allowcil at any tinii' in the
public office of the Station-house.
lUust ^ot Oefend Prisoners.
Rule 54. No member shall, either directly or indirectly,
interest himself or interfere in any manner whatever in
the employment or retainer of any attorney to aid Jn the
defense of persons arrested or accused.
Rule 55. No member of the department will be p
ted to apply for a warrant for an assault upon hinii
make a complaint for damages, or adjust the same w
Lbe consent of the Board.
jllust Not Furnish Bail.
Cb^ndler & Taylor CoiDp^ny
HIGH GRADE —
Saw Mill Mactiinery.
Office and Works:
WEST WASHINGTON STREET.
. . . Telephone 320.
CbHvrles R^itz 6* Son,
Of every description.
FOR MEDICAL ISE
72 Virginia Ave.,
<'<»iiiiiiiini<>n(ioii of Inforiiintion.
Rule 57. No Meiiil.cr sIkiII <-..i,nimii i.-nte t.. niiv porson
any intnniKiti,,!, ^slli>•h nmy rn;iM.. in-, ■-,,„> t.. (•-•.•i |m. IV.. m
secrete any i;i"h1s or other MilnaMo thinu- stolen or embez-
zled, or which might diselose any private information or
purpose of the department.
Giving Inrormation Regarding Orders.
Rule 58. No member shall communicate, except to such
persons as directed by his superior in office, any informa-
tion respecting orders he may have received, or any regula-
tions that may be made for the government of the Police
Book of Details.
Rule S«. Eaeh niruilier sliall.at all times, have with
him a small 1 k , - n n.lir,! irom tlir Clnk '. otln-e, in which
he shall enter lU.- u: s of |,ri- .r- tiik.'U ),y him, and
such particulars in ea<li case as will ^e impiu'tantat the
Ab»ienee M'itlioul lieave.
Rule (50. No member of the Police Force shall leave the
department or be absent Irom duty without i)ermission
from the Superintendent, unless in case of sickness or
death, when he may apply to the officer in command of his
Assistaiire in Civil < ases.
Rule(|i. Mpinbers of the Police Force must not render
any assi.«tance in civil cases, except to prevent an immedi-
ate breach of the peace, or quell a <listurbance actually
C'opieH of Rules and Regulations
Rule «2. Every Officer and Patrolman will be furnished
with a copy of the rules and regulations, which he will
keep in his possession in order to become perfectly lamil-
iar with his duties.
Must Report Violations.
Rule «.3. It 8ha:ll be the duty of Sergeants and Patrol-
men to report all violations of the rules and regulations or
orders to their re.spective Captains, whose duty it shall be
to report said violations to the Superintendent.
WORLD'S • *
101, 103, 105, 1 ; I ; r L c i-
107, 109,111, 113 w. wasninoton dt.
Also, at 97, 99 East Washington St.
Lorpst ?tore in tlie State.
Dalton & Merrifield,
South Nobfe St., near Ea^t: Wa6hinQton.
lioosiER Poet Cigar,
Made in all sizes. For sale by all first-class
Negrligence in Suppressing: Criin«.
,ule 04. When a .Time ha- ],rrn .■,.„nnitt,Ml. :,,
show by his uwu affida\il, nr b.\ ilic ir,-i i mony i.r uthcr
persons, that he was strirtly atn-inlini.' i<i hi- iluiir- .1 cm ril-
ing to the rules and regulation-, or In- \v i 1 1 }«■ -uliicct to
dismissal from the force, in the ilisrici i(iii di ih. Mnaid.
Drunkenness or 4Mlier Violations of the Kules.
Rule (i5. In case of drunkenness, or other violations of
the rules and rcKulations, by any member of the Police
Force, unfitting him for duty, he may be relieved from
duty by the officer in charge of the division and ordered to
report to the Superintendent.
Absence Trom Duty.
Role 6»). Absence from duty of any member of the Po-
lice Force, whether with or without leave, shall be followed
by forfeiture of pay for the time absent, unless otherwise
ordered by the Board.
Use of Batons and Pistols.
Rule «8. They must use their batons only in cases of self-
only in i-.-ises i.f -(
dence. II a lelm
shouhl be made
nrlesy Ret ween Oflieers and Members.
members of the frnv,. |,r.ii,hiir- ,1 i-ri plin,., :,n'i tends to
produce mutual iv-|,ert. it i- lirirliv ••vlrvrA ihal a i'atrol-
man,infull (.1 |,artial unilnnn.nn m.Mi in- .., |,n,-,-in- the
Mayor, a Comniis iuncr, tlie ^uiieiinteudeut, a t'aptain or
Sergeant when he is in uniform, shall salute him in the
manner hereinafter specified :
1. It is the duty of the subordinate to offer fust the pre-
scribed salutii^ion, and of the superior to return it.
2. The salute shall be made by raising the hand to the
rimof thehat, the elbow to be raised as high as the shoulder.
3. Members of the force on duty in citizen's dress. are not
required to salute.
4. Upon entering the office of the Mayor, of the Commis-
sioners.or Superintendent, members of the force will salute
by removing their hats.
SCHWEIKLE & PRANGE,
DuoQies, Defii/epu Wa
^arnaoe^, uuoQies, Ueiii/epu WaQon6
Spring Trucks of All Kinds,
401 AND 403 E. Market St.,
Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. Wagon and
Carriage Painting done neatly and on shortest
notice. Satisfaction guaranteed.
V. H. LOCKWOOD,
60 East Market Street, Indianapolis, Ind.
DRUQ :•: STORE,
22 West Washington St.,
5. Members of the force who are in the Station-house
when superiors enter must salute, and if sitting must rise
Rule 71. Receiving or accepting any fee, reward or gift
of any kind, from any person arrested, or from any friend
in his behalf, while in custody, or after his discharge, or
from any person, is prohibited. •
Rale 72. All official correspondence received from or
forwarded to persons outside the Police Department shall
first be submitted to the Superintendent of Police for
Must be Properly Drawn.
Rulp 73. Charges against members of the Police Force
must be suhTnitted in writing, directed to the Board or to
the SniMTintcinlciit, jiimI fibMl with the Cl.Tk of the Board,
and iiiii-t clciirls- ,-ct f'oi-tli till' flirts w hi eh are alleged to
constitiitr tlic ntr.-MM' chiii-cl. Whfii iKit preferred by a
CoiniriissiniKT, Mi|.(-rintenil.'nt, Ciii.tMiii, Surgeon or Ser-
geant they iiiut^t be verified liy the alfidavit of the com-
plainant, and the names of witnesses given. Frivolous
charges will not be entertained.
Rule 7 1. When complaints are made by members of the
(lci)Mrtnient;ig:iinst other members thereof, it shall be the
duty of cornuiunding officers and others to report specific-
ally,' in writing, tlic art of ads .hme or neglected to be
done liy th(> inembei- m ni-cl. with tlu^ time, place and cir-
cumstance of thcmattrironu'liiiiird of distinctly detailed,
and the complaint must 1m- I im iismitted through the proper
ranking oflicers to the Siii.oriiiien<lont.
Failure of Oflicers to Report Neglect of Duty.
Rule 7.5. Repeated complaints made by members of the
JForce, or others, of the non-performance of their duties by
any patrolmen of any district will render the officers in
charge of such men liable to punishment for neglect of
duty if proven to be well-foun<led, and if such non-per-
formance shall not have been reported by such officers to
D. W. Marmon, President. Jno. Caven, Vice-President.
C. C. Perry, Secretary and Treasurer.
Ipdia9apoli$ l^i^l?t apd
OFFICE: 24 Circle.
Station, Kentucky Ave. and Vandalia R. R.
NORDVKE; & NIARNION CO.,
M I L.l_ RURNISHERS,
Custom iiiii t\trchiij)t flour (Dills.
Buckwheat and Kye Mills, Mills for Fine Corn
Goods furnished complete with Power
Plant, and Results Guaranteed,
Bnle 7«. When a raeinher of the Force is charged with
contriirtiii>r ;i deltt under false or fraudulent pretenses it
shall lie the duty of the Clerk of the Board to take the offi-
davit of tlie claimant, setting forth such false pretenses;
such allidavit shall bo sent to the Superintendent, who
shall thereupon prefer charges against the officer so com-
plained of, for a breach of discipline; any conviction for
such breach of discipline shall be punished by dismissal
from the i)olice force.
Rei>eated complaints against any member of the Police
Force for incurring debts, and evidence of continued and
persistent neglect or refusal to ]>ay just debts shall be
deemed conduct unbecoming an officer, and will because
for dismissal of such member from the Police Force.
ConiniissloiierM May Punish.
Rule 77. Any member of the Police Force may be pun-
ished by the Police Commissioners at their discretion,
either by reprimand, forfeiture, and withholding pay not
exceeding sixty days for any one offense, by being reduced
in rank, or by dismissal from the Force, on conviction of
any one of the following ofFenseB,to wit:
jspect towards a supe-
Any acts of oppression or tyranny.
Neglect of duty and general incompetency.
Violation of the rules.
Neglect or disobedience of orders.
Any legal offense.
Absence without leave.
CoiiducI iii.iiiiioiis to the public peace or welfare.
IncaiiMiily— mental, physical or educational.
Any breach of discipline.
Neglecting or refusing to pay a debt for uniform clothing.
Contracting a debt under false or fraudulent pretenses.
Neglecting to pay just debts for necessaries contracted
while in the service.
Any conduct unbecoming an officer or a gentleman.
Visiting saloons while in uniform, except for police pur-
Visiting places of amusement in uniform, except for
Visiting gambling houses or houses of ill-fame in uni-
form, except for police purposes.
Coburn & Jones, ^ ^
Window and Door Frames, Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Planing Mill Botfi b\^Qs GeoPQla 6t,, bet.
and Yard: Jgppg^^gg g^^ HJssissippi Sts,
insure: your homeis
With a large home company.
The Indiana Insurance Co.
Has iiiercased its capital to Three Hundrol Thou-
K,m\ Dollars, inakiii^r it the largest File Insurance
Company ever orsanizeil in Indiana.
THE McQILLIARD & DARK COnPANY,
83 and 85 East Market SL Indianapolis, Ind.
DRS. COUQHLAN «Sc WILSON,
All scientific processes for rapid, painless and complete
dentistry. Crown and bridge work. Fine artificial teeth.
Painless extracting, etc. Lndies' entrance on Ohio Street.
Office on Ground Floor, Denison Hotel.
AcoeptinK bribes or receiving favors as a condition for
not enforcing the law.
Failing to report to superior officers rewards given by cit-
Failing to report known violations of law.
Attending political conventions as a delegate, or wrang-
ling or discussing over politics or religion around the Sta-
tion house, or with fellow officers or citizens while in
Sitting down while on patrol duty.
Convcr-iii- diirin- piiti.il diitv with :iiiv other member
of th,- I'miv,.. .,r uith ;i riii/,.n, witliuut any rMUse therefor.
Not |.:iiiolliirj, nr not |ii,,|,<Tly p.-i tm] 1 ing, his district
durinu tli. tnnr -f |.;,ir..| .liUy.
Failiir-: in .l.t. rt a niuio cumiiiittcd on his ilistrict dur-
ing his tniii- n| i.Miiul duty.
I'niiciM - II y a I. M 11 CO from his district during his turn of
Anvntlot :i-t ((.ntraryto good order and discipline, or
constituting a neglect of duty or a violation of the rules
of the department.
Officers shall always be considered on duty while in
Proniolions be on Merit.
Kulp 7S. Promotions will depend on merit, not on favor,
and unless impracticable, will be made in the order of
rank; but the Board miy, at any time, advance out of the
regular order, and appoint such persons as will best promote
the efficiency of the department.
Rule 79. No me
withdraw except oi
tent"'", .'''i ."".':' :•'
mbcr nf th,. (lepartm
■ ^'l''■l'n l:!o
Mi»«d«nioanors and Felonies.
Rule SO. In making arrests always keep in mind the
distiiiirtion between felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies
are all crimes and isublie offenses which may be punished
with death or imprisonment in the State's prison, such as
murder, arson, burglary, rape, grand larceny, etc.
AGENTS FOR REMINGTON
SUNDRIKS AND PARTS FOR ALL WHEELS
DifficLift Repairing on Bicycfes & Pneumatic bulKks
hotze: Sc \a/il_de:,
108 Massachusetts Ave. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
25 West Washington Street,
All Work Warranted First-Class.
TEtTH EXTRACTED POSITIVELY WITHOUT PAIN
Misdemeanors are crimes of a lesser grade, where tlie
penalty is generally a fine or cominitment to the Work-
house. JmII, or Stati,.n-li..usr,>iirli ns iis-;nilt and battery,
drunkenness, disturl.ini.-,. ,,1 the |H.;,,e. el ,-,
Afelonvisii hieli -nnlr of nnne, ;i ml th(;^'Ood order of
society demands thiit its emu m i^.Mon -Imll I.e rendered next
to impossible, or. if eoniniitted. or alteniptcil. that the vigi-
lance of the law shall be swift and unerring against the
Any officer may arrest forthwith, without warrant, any
one committing a misdemeanor or oifense against a State
law or city ordinanee in bis presence; but, if the offense
was not eommitte<l in his view, he should first procure a
If any officer knows that a warrant has been issued for
the arrest of a party, and has not been withdrawn, it is his
duty to arrest that party wherever he meets him, although
he may not have the warrant in bis possession.
All persons are bound to snlmiit peacefully to legil ar-
rest; therefore it is the duty of an otfioer to compel all per-
sons, in case of resistance. t« submit to arrest. Officers are
enjoined, in iiiakin^' arrests, to act with kindness, to use no
more Inree tban is necessary. If a number of persons are
collected and tlie olfieer can safely take the person aside
and conimunieate his purpose, .and make the arrest with-
Momljcrs oftbe Ijetiislatiire. in all cases except treason,
felony and breach of the peace, shall be privileged from
arrest during' the session of the (ieneral Assembly, and in
going to and retnrnin- Iroin tbc same. They can not be
arresteil I'or -anililin-, diunl^ci,ii(-< or frequenting houses
of ill-fame durijiii llie scs-iim, lnii iliey may be indicted at
any time and the arrest made .a I cward.
Offenses such a.s non-p^iynienl of licenses, neglect to
Take out licenses, uncleanly premises, and all that cl.ass of
acts which consists in nejileet to do sonu'thini; prescribed
by law, and not in active vi(dent opiiositien to law, ought
to be complained of before arrest.
OfliciM-s are strictly enjoined not to make an arrest a per-
sonal, but an .illici.al niattci. Tliey should pay no atten-
tion to ciarsc or \ iilL'ai- l;i n -iia l'c. or abuse, which maybe
directed toward lliem, ami -hoiild avoid all language OF
conduct that wouM i>rovoke resistance.
DUTY AT FIRES.
HIiiNt No«e <'on4lilioii!S.
Kule HI. The p.di.-e onicers who arrive first at a fire must
be particular to notice the exact location of the fire, and
muste.xamine minutely to ascertain if there is any appear-
ance of the house, store or outhouse having been set on
fire by design. They must note on their memorandum
THE PUREST AND BE5T_^-:>
Terre H^ute Brewing (0/5
Lar^gest and Best Equipped Brewery in
We Bottle Expressly for Family Use.
148 TO 158 SOUTH WEST STREET.
Maurice Donnelly, Manage
We <^u:ir.iiit( f to i;r(i\v hair on baldest heads with
Mohn's Influx Hair Grower. Will stop falling
liair, cure dandrnfi' or any disease of the soalj).
Ask your druni^ist for it, or call or address,
E. B. S: D. W, JACKSON,
2\ W. Washington St. INDIANAPOLIS:
honks the situation and place of particular kinds of goods,
and everything that they may observe that could be of
service, in case the origin of the fire should become a mat-
ter of legal investigation.
Wnst Clear Street.
Rule 82. The officer having clinL-,' ..f tl,,. Police Force,
on duty at the time, will iuiinclintcly |,io. red to the fire
with such of the poli.-e officers ntr duty a- 1,,. eiin procure,
9In<>it Protect Property and Preserve Order.
Rule S3. The police officers must be diligent in preserv-
ing order. They must protect the iiroi>ert.v saved from
being stolen, or wantonly d,-t . «,> ,.1 .., injured; and
and the dcp..sit .>t|.roi,crly ; m.m mkhi hm^ |h , hi i t i-ersons
who are not liremeu to handle any ai.pcuatii.s lielonging to
the Fire Force.
Ilf nst Go to Fire.
Rule 84. When the alarm of fire is given, the patrolmen
on the distrirts, and next surinunding the one from which
thealarui i- tuinnl on. will liar^tm forthwith to the .scene
of the li'e: an.i, in ra-c tin- tire -limild prove one of magni-
tude, tlic <-niii-r iMire cif till- division in which it may be
Rule 85. The principal felonies in this State are—
1. Abortion, attempt to produce.
2. Aiding prisoner or convict to escape.
4. Attesting affidavit or acknowledgment falsely.
5. Assault and battery with intent to kill.
(5. Altering public records or election returns.
7. Attacking public conveyance, whereby persons are
8. Amalgamation (marriage between whites and Idacks).
16. Compounding felonies.
17. Concealingthief or robber.
18. Conspiracy to commit felony.
19. Counterfeiting, circulating or having counterfeit
coin, label, dies, apparatus, etc.
20. Destroying records, ballots, ballot-boxes.
21. Disturbing grave.
22. Dissecting human body unlawfully
24. Entering houses or cars to commit felony.
25. Enticing females of good repute to houses of ill-fame.
27. Fal ely personating another f r gain.
28. False heir.
29. Fraud by election officers.
30. Grand and petit larceny.
31 . Importing or intimidating voters.
32. Impeding railroad traffic.
34. Hiring men to vote or refrain from voting.
37. Malicious mayhem, disfiguring faces, eyes or limbs.
38. Making or selling poisonous liquos.
39. Non-residents attempting to vote.
40. Obstructing railroad track.
41. Poisoning persons or wells, springs or reservoirs,
with intent to kill.
43. Procuring any one to commit perjury.
44. Presenting false claim to public officer.
47. Running hand-car without authority.
48. Secreting will.
49. Stealing public records, ballots, ballot boxes.
52. Substituting child.
53. Swindling insurance company.
54. Selling vote.
56. Voting illegally.
Rule 86. The principal misdemeanors are—
1. Associating with prostitutes.
2. Assault and battery.
3. Assignation, keeping house of.
4. AflFray Itwo or more persons fighting in public i>lace).
6. Advertising drugs for female use.
7. Aiding prisoner charged with misdemeanor to
8. Allowing minors to play billiards or pool.
9. Betting on elections, horse racing, etc.
10. Carrying concealed weapons.
11. Compounding misdemeanors.
12. Cruelty to animals.
13. Climbing on cars in motion.
14. Defacing tombstones.
15. Defacing legal advertising.
16. Dueling or challenging to a duel .
17. Deserting wife or child without cause.
18. drawing dangerous weapons.
19. Depositing dead animals or offal in any street or
20. Disorderly liquor house, keeping.
21. Drunkenness in public view.
22. Destroying birds.
2<. Defrauding creditors.
24. Election days, selling liquor on.
25. Forcible entry.
26. Frequenting houses of ill-fame.
27. Fire escape, not having where required by law.
28. Fast driving.
29. Fish spearing, trapping, seining, or killing with
.30. False weights or measures.
31. Game — keeping for sale quail or pheasants from
December 20 to the lollowing October 15; prairie chicken or
5 rouse from February 1 to September 1; woodcock from
anuary 1 to July 1; duck from April 13 to September 1.
32. (lambler, being common.
33. Gambling houses and devices for gambling, keep-
'M. Injuring drives or shade trees, telegraph poles or
;-'5. Ill-fame, keeping house of.
36. License, doing business without when required.
37. Lottery, selling lottery tickets or advertising lot-
38. Liquors, selling after 11 o'clock at night, on Sun-
days, public holidays and election days.
39. Liquors, selling at any time to drunken man, to
habitual drunkard, to minor or to prisoners.
40. Nuisance, maintaining public.
41 Obscene literature, selling or exposing for sale.
42. Obstructing street or highway.
43. Obstructing legal process.
45. Paupers, bringing into State.
46. Posting bills without owner's consent.
47. Pool-selling, keeping place.
Preventing work by inti
Prostitute, being a.
Refusing to aid officer w
ben called on.
Receiving stolen goods 1
Removing mortgaged g(
)rks of charity and necessity
dinances are too
es with which the
3lating to :
5. Ub.<trurtiug streets and all
6. Driving over hose or acn.s:
7. Hitching horses to lamp jk
8. Smoking on street cars.
9. Bathing in Central Cann! :
10. Keeping cock pit.
11. Theatrical exhibitions on i
12. Tampering with letter box
13. Throwing rubbish or til Mi i
14. Jumping on or off cars in i
15. Insulting ladies.
16. Resisting officer.
17. Burglarious instruments,
18. Associating with thieves.
19. Confidence men.
WEIGHTS AHHn MEASURES.
Rule 88. The Police are strictly enjoined to see that all
weights and measures used by hucksters and dealers in
grain, vegetables, fruit, berries, nuts, etc., conform to the
standard here given, and that no deceit is practiced by
using false bottoms, dinting or using any device to de-
crease the capacity below the standard.
SIZE OF MEAS-
Half-bushel . .
Depth line.s,must be vertical, and of uniform diameter
and circumference from top to bottom.
The use of spring scales (except in sale of ice) is pro-
hibited. All scales must be standard beam, balance or
1HE PUBLK' HEALTH.
ve Public Health.
Rule S!l. The Indianapolis Police, in connection with
tlic Sanitary and Health Officers, are chargeable with the
<luly of preserving the public health and securing cleanli-
ness throughout the city. Tlicy will h:.ve :, watchful care
to promote o\;der, ncatnc-s hihI iniir..riii oli^civ mire of all
health regulations in thri i r.-.-iMii i \ r jn i.inris. 'I'liey are
instructed to warn all ..tlcinlnv. I.. :ii.,itr miis;! nro .rcated
by them or o.^isting on nv n |iiiinlcii:iiil ii. tlic lucniiscs oc-
cupied l)y them, and to eoinplain against all wlio neglect to
attend to such warning. They must not permit tilth or
garbage or anything deleterious to the public health to be
thrown into the .^itreets or alleys, or to remain there, or to
e.xist on any premises in their precincts, and thev are di-
rected to report all violations of the Health Ordinances at
Once to the Superintendent, as well as any other matters
needful of attention to secure cleanliness, prevent con-
tagious diseases, and advance the public health.
THE DETECTIVE FORCE.
Cieiieral Rnl€s Apply.
Rnle 90. The general rules of the Indianapolis Police
Force, regulating the conduct of its members, shall apply
to the members of the Detective Force.
Shall be Under Charge of Chief.
Rule 91. The persons appointed as Detectives on the
Police Force shall be under the immediate charge of ihe
Chief of Detectives, and shall perform such duties, keep
such records, and make such reports as the Chief of Detec-
tives may prescribe, under the Direction of the Superin-
tendent of Police. The Chief of Deteetive*and those em-
ployed under him shall be appointed by the Board.
Niibjeot to Call at Aii.r Time.
Rule 93. Detectives will be subiect to call for dutv at all
times at the order of the Chief of Detectives or Superin-
tendent of Police.
Rale 94. Each Detective shall keep a book in which it
shall be his duty to carefully note all matters that may be
of value to the force, viz.: the presence in the city of known
thieves or suspicious characters and their location— any
arrests he may have made, together with the names of wit-
nesses or others having knowledge of the case— where such
Detective spends his time each day, and shall make written
report covering such points, the same to be filed with the
Chief of Detectives each morning.
Rnle 95. Detectives shall in all eases report all criminal
matters to the Chief, ivithliolding nothmg, and shall accept
such assignment for duty as may be given by that officer.
Chief Slay Suninion Patrolmen.
Rnle 98, In case of urgent necessity, the Chief of De-
tectives may summon any regular patrolman to the assist-
ance of the Detective Force; where this necessitates the
calling of a patrolman from his district, the Chief of De-
tectives will report the matter to the Superintendent of
Police, stating the length of time such patrolman was de-
tained and the character of the duty required.
Pliotosfraplis of Prisoners.
Rule 101. The likenesses of persons collected for the use
of the Detective Forte shall be privately kept in a gallery
for the official use of the Police Force, as an aid to the pre-
vention and detection of crime, and shall not be exhibited
to any person unless such person is accompanied by an
officer of the Police Force.
POI.ICE AJSD FIRE SURGEON.
Rule 1 . The Surgeon to the Department of Public Safety
shall be appointed by the Commissioners and be known as
the "Police Surgeon," but his official duties shall apply
to the Fire Force as well as to the Police Force.
Exainliiafioii of Applicants.
Rule 'i. The Surgeon shall examine all applicants when
sent to him by the Commissioners. An applicant, when
presenting himself for examination, must furnish the
Surgeon with a written order from the Clerk, accompany-
ing the regular form of application. The standard of ex-
amination shall be perfect health and superior physical
development. The patrolmen and substitutes shall be
selected between the ages of 24 and 40 years, the Commis-
sioners, however, reserving to themselves the right to make-
such exceptions in reference to age and other conditions^
a- in their discretion may be necessary in the interest of
public service. The minimum stature shall be fixed at 5^
feet 9 inches, and the minimum weight in proportion. All
who fall below the standard shall be rejected, and in ease
of doubt such doubt shall be settled in favr of the de-
partment. A written report of the result of the examina-
tion shall be made forthwith to the Commission! rs. No
candidate who has been rejected shall l;>e again examined
within twelve months.
Attendance on Sick Members.
Rule 3. He shall at once be notified when a member of
the Police or Fire Forces is sick or injured; shall forthwith
visit him, and if he b» found unfit for duty shall take
charge nf him, giving him such care and treatment as his
case demands, until restored to health. He shall make a
written report to the Superintendent of Police or Chief of
the Fire Force. <if the cimimstanccs < f each case, and
when terminated shall at once iufurm him of the fact. If
another physician attends the patient the Surgeon shall
visit him in the interest of the department, and a certifi-
cate of disability from the Surgeon only shall receive
recognition from the Commissioners.
Care of Pri«>oiiers and Criiiiiiial Iiijiirie^i.
Rule 4. He shall, upon notification, visit and eare for all
persons under arrest suffering from illness or injury; no
otiher medical attendance will be permitted, except in the
absence of the surgeon; and he shall also, if required, visit
and report upon the condition of persons criminally in-
jured or disabled.
Rule 5. He shall have sanitary care-of all buildings of
the Department of Public Safety, and at stated intervals,
in company with a member of the Board of Ccimmissioners,
make a sanitary inspection of tho tMiil.lini;s of the Fire
Force, and shall order such hualtli infiisuics as circum-
subjectto the approval of the LinarJ nl ( nmiiiissioners.
Evasion of Duly.
Rule S. Any employe of the Department of Public Safety
attempting to evade duty by reason of fictitious illness or
injury, as well as such as suffer from disability resulting
from drunkenness or other fault, shall be so reportetl to the
Superintendent of Police or the Chief of the Fire Force
respectivf-ly, who shall transmit the same, at once, to the
1. Persons suffering from severe illness or injury should
not, unless absolutely necessary, be removed. The usual
medical attendance should be summoned at once. If under
arrest, call the ambulance and notifv the Surgeon at the
same time. Such cases as are likely to require prolonged
treatme .t should be taken to the Hospital.
2. In cases of poisoning do not move the patient. Sum-
mon the usual physician, and while waiting for him give
suit and water, or mustard and water, in large quantities,
il the patient can swallow. You can not give too much.
Morphine poisoning is the only form you are likely to meet.
You can tell it by the sleepy stupor and by the contracted
pupil. Strong c .ffee, as soon as vomiting occHrs, is to be
3. In cases of sunstroke, apoplexy or epilepsy, loosen all
bands at the throat, waist and wrists; move the patient very
carefully if at all; apply cold water to the head; use no .
restraints, if the patient be convulsive, beyond just enough
to keep him from harming himself; give no stimulants nor
medicines whatever until his doctor comes.
4. In fainting, cut the patient's c-orset stays, if a
loosen all bMiids anyway: and, if »h]e to swallnw,
drops uf .■luiinoiiia with tal.lcsp.H.nful of whi-ky
5. In .-IIS..
port. ;inil tit
liilv and j^at
ia<'ture, is ei
\ |i:i-,- Im lorr setting a broken
and -nnd r,
, however, require
6. 1 „,;,.,■
'n'haKe! place :i til
ding point; prf>
patient may tlic
to tho Stiltin
)r to his home, an
purting out in ,i
trickling out is r
great blood vessels lie
in the bend
arm-pit, the elbo
s who are dead dr
ject of deli
|Kiraly<is, of IVii.t
the throat have
8. In (
roll the patient _.„ . ,
nor force tobacco smoke upon him. If still breathing,
place him at once in a warm bed, with warm blankets or
not bottles about him, and give him some hot whisky and
water. If not breathing, lose no time— treat him on the
spot: Loosen all Ijands: (dcansc the mouth and nos'rils;
wipe tlic boiiy liri,~kly with li.it towels, nibljjng the limbs
vigorously ^.<^.'^/ /A. I'l.ili/. I'la.p (h,. pnticiit on his face,
vvitli one wiisl nil del- Ihr lonloMd, tlini I urn onto the side
and :i liltlr lic.\-ond, tlicn ka.k lo lii>l iMi,<i(i(,n. Now press
firml>' alunK tlic spine to sciucl'/.c the air out; then repeat
movement _ui)on the side, by whi<di air is sucked in. Go
through this process fifteen times a minute-as long us the
heart beats at all, or until breathing is fully restored;
then remove to a bed and' treat by warmth and stimulants.
9. Kill all mad and infuriated animals at large, or such
as have fit.o in a public place— the excitement, fear and
danger to passers-by under such circumstances justifies
this. Hydrophobia in animals is oftener known by sullen
hiding, red eyes and slobbering mouth, by biting at imag-
inary objects, straw and litter, than by running at large.
AVhen a dog has bitten a person it is best, if possible, to
keep him confined long enough to determine if he is rabid
before destroyins him. Great anxiety and fear of hydro-
phobia is sometimes saved to the person bitten if the ani-
mal prove not to be hydrophobic.
10. In surgical emergencies do nothing in a hurry; you
are not expected to be surgeons, but rather to use cool
common sense. Do not charge yourself with medical or
surgical cases other than such as concern you as your posi-
tion demands. Let citizens not under arrest or criminally
injured follow their own methods for their own good.
George W.Powell . . . Superintendent 5- 9K
George D. Kahlo Surgeon 5-lOJ^
Robert Campbell Captain.
Martin J. HylaL..
James 0. MefFord.
T. Splann .
Martin McGuff . ,
David S. Richards
Benjamin J. Thornton'--.
Mrs. A. Buchanan
Charles F. Dawson
Bolan, Frank. . .
Ballard, John T. .
Bailey, Oscar .
Barlow, George F. .
Brady, William F.
Beckman, William F.
Bell, Benjamin A.
Bray, Edward S.
Carter, Daniel* .
Cox, William L. .
Dilts, George W .
Hoover, John D
Kerr, Albert . .
Kimpel, John N . .
Kurtz, Jacob D .
. Tel. Op. & Supt.'s Clerk • . 5- 6%
Sergeant 6- IK
. Sergeant 6- IJl
Sergeant . . . . 5-10
Chief of Detectives 5-10
. Detective 5-10
Detective. . •
. Detective . . .
. Board Childrc
Leppcrt, Samuel .
Mathey, Alfred F. ,
Milam, William .
Mitchell, Benno . . .
McMullen, Val. S.
McHaffey, Jaines A.
Meyerpeter, R. H.
Recor, Joseph H
Slate, Henry . .
Scheigert, William .
Streit, Jesse M
Sullivan, W. .
Shortridge. C. F, .
Shaffer, Adolph. .
Scott, Louis C. . . .
Temple, Carter '•' . .
Thompson, Daniel B
Taffe, George A.
Teiben, Garret H. .
Tomlinson, George \
Thome, Walker R.
Warren, talvinM .
Wheeler, William .
. . 5-WA
. . 5-10
. 6- %
James F. Quigley.
Miller J. Laporte.
John Corrigan •
Frank M. Schwab .
Thomas L. Stout .
R. A.Orlopp .
Beatty,J.H. . .
Boylan, John P.
Brady, James J.
■ Buckner, James A
. Captain 5-11
. Sergeant 6-4
. Sergeant 6
. Detective 5-10
Detective . 6-1
Humane Inspector 6- ]4
Conklin, William H
Curran, Patrick J
Deshong, Harry. .
Dugan, Thomas F .
Fields, Lemuel W
Giblin, Frank. . . .
Grubb, Theodore . .
Hamilton, Ezra. . .
Hunter. Frank P.
Holtz, William .
Haley, Daniel F . .
Irish, Samuel F.
Johnson, John C . .
Krueger, Christian .
Knauss. Chris G . .
Lyons, Robert H . .
Lonnis, Fred E. . .
O'Brien, J. M. .
Panse, Jani(?s B.
Rogers, William .
Stephans, Andrew J
Ward, Nathan* . .
Walker, R. F
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