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A hack men's union has been organized in this city, the object of which is to dictate terms) to parties securing their services, and not to affiliate with others in the business "who may be cutting under the regular scale of prices. This intolerant organization as serted Us domineering rights yesterday in refusing to turn out at a funeral, after hav ing been epgaged by Undertaker Kregelo & Son. unless lie v. Mr. Neal, . a colored hack- man, was barred from taking part As it would not do to delay the funeral, tbe de mands of this exacting union were complied with. Imawmrvl. ACADEMY Or MUSIC. The Haverly troupe closed a successful week Saturday night under that prince of clever fellows, Harry ( lapbarn, and are now tuninir their harps in St Louis. A rehearsal of the Spy was had to-day with the cast as published by The News last week, and the play is on for four nights, beginning with this evening if it draws. It had to be cut and shorn terribly to fit it for stage business, ' and perhaps to-night the fair ladies who wrote it will have difficulty in recognizing their literary ouspnng. The drama, or what ever it is, is for the benentof the Centennial. On Friday and . Saturday, embracing a mati nee, comes tne popular Emerson ana nis minstrel troupe. ' GRAND OPERA HOKE. Saturday was a big day, theatrically speak ing, to this beautimi amusement nan tne bouse being crowded at the matinee per formance, and .well filled at night. With the night closed the engagement of the Jack and Jill pantomime troupe, and yesterday they went to Louisville, lnroughout tne ween their engagement was a success, and the members, as professionals, left pleasing remembrances. This week premises to be one of genuine dramatic enjoyment; opening to night with "Hulls and .Bears, a graphic pic ture of cotemporaneous society to be followed by "Marielina" and "Rose Michel" these several plays with Marion Taylor in the leading role, and Miss May Arlington, Lizzie Anderson, May Montello, M. Bernard, Sadie Smith, Samuel Reed, B. C. Smith, Charles ColliDS, Charles McMantis, I). E. Ralton, W. A. Donaldson, Walter C. Kelly, Wm. Scallao, Daniel Mayo, Charles WAlli- son and John Timmany in the cast

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 04 Oct 1875, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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