Indianapolis Evening Minute in Indianapolis, Indiana
2 Nov 1885

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2 Nov 1885

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Indianapolis Evening Minute (Newspaper) - November 2, 1885, Indianapolis, Indiana When do Pic axons. Job a Sodat we tier a lightly cower of a a ii it i a Vij 6�owlj to a in pro the a a it a Vly a tsp a by coming a a Ria we Llu it Frost la Tomc Kuiee to a info a Mora if to Day we will sell Obj Case of heavy Ebay Olide fear 25 cents a Pat has created such a furore. This is a be of the fire Ateret bars Rains Ever driven at the when or in fact by any one. Also one Case of the Beavy All Wool medicated red knit it $1, that cannot be duplicated outside of the when for less than $1.50, red knit at 75 cents fully Effual to any $1 goods in the City or Money refunded. Cardigan from to cents to it i .114. Our rapid Cash Carrier system prevents delay in serving customers. No More Long tediov.8 Waits Foi change or bundles at the and a gentlemen i am Dow prepared to show you the largest finest and most select Stock of boots and shoes Ever shown before in this cit3% and at prices that defy All Competition. Persons in want of a Glrst Elass honest and Good wearing slide should not fail to Call and ask for l. Siersdorfer s shoes expressly made for his Best Trade. L. Siersdorfer 41 East Washington Street.p01dx>eil s Zeiah meat markets wholesale am retail. S32 Kast Waseli Ugto a Street. Stalls 1 Alid 3 East Market House. ©77 Telephone-5j i. pins Cli Aniis lockets imm off Lilii toils. Ameer Ivory amp Arket Alid antique novelties a Kelb Raffals daily. Chaeles Mayer amp co., 29 and 31 w. Was Inston St mind Ste briefs. This is the last Day to pay taxes without a did Rioual penalty. There we re Twenty two deaths in the City during the past week. Prof. John Smith has been appointed a Prii Cipal of school no. 23, vice Edwin i Quot. Horn. A in. Stoddard a co., of this City have taken the too a of loan authorized Fey the City Council. One Hundred and two cases were disposed of in Superior Enort to. 3 during the october term. The it Toepert building association has filed articles of incorporation with the Sec-retar3 of state. Thos. Wallace a Saloon keeper was arrested Zeete Rosiy for Selling and giving away liquor on sunday. Allen Chapel on Broadway is to be raised Cine feet and a lecture room established below the audience room. Burglars entered the Saloon of George deluxe on saturday night and carried away Good valued at $40. Pfc will require $2,702 50 to liquidate the Semi monthly pay Roll of the Are department which became due to Day. The ladies of the ninth presbyterian Church Are arranging for a musical entertainment to be Giyen on the 10th. The yellow Flag has been placed upon the actor Latorr building three of the children in the institution having the Scarlet fever. During last year the fire department was alarmed 2i>2 times and during the first ten months of this year 242 alarms were turned in. A meeting in memory of the Irish martyrs of Manchester Allen Larkin and o Brien will be held at Emerald Hall on november 22. Among the entertain merits to be Giren this Winter by the a. And a scottish Kite will be a lecture by grand master Albert p. Charles on the ritual of Blue Lodge masonry. A petition is in circulation among the Buei Oess Mon of East Washington Street Between Meridian and ill Inma and will be presented to the Council urging the re a total of the Transfer car on the ground that it is an obstruction to the Street and is a nuisance. Policemen Meek and Clark heard a bus a Ieyoub noise on sunday morning. It Kou tided As if a window Glass had been broken and presently a Sti get Light was put ent. An investigation showed that a a Parma had taken Refuge in a Street lamp a a defused the disturbance. A foil a a a of Book cases at King it by the m3�fs-0f the5 hey. The result of the recount officially a amp Nonnce. The new county elks officers event eds preen ten to opt. Billiard Sony Coal Price advanced. Tufi be count comm Bisonet s report. The attorneys engaged in the election contests came before judge Ayres on saturday afternoon to Bear the decision of the court Ori the motion of defendant s attorneys to dissolve the restraining order against the democratic commissioners tiling their report of the second recount of votes in the second aiders manic District. A number of other attorneys politicians and business men were present to hear the decision a Juith was in favor of the defendants judge Ayres holding that he has no right to decide How the vote shall be counted and therefore could not restrain tiie commissioners from making a report. If the ballots were counted wrongfully that matter must be decided when the Case comes to trial. The commissioners then filed their reports abstracts of which Hare already been published. A Midnight pistol shooting. The residents of Bucktown who go to sleep earlier Thau 3 o clock were aroused from their slumber about that hour sunday morning by a Volley of pistol reports in the Vicinity of 18h Indiana Avenue. It was discovered that an Quot Koontz Quot game in the Vicinity engaged in by a miscellaneous crowd of coloured and White men had been raided by the police. The crowd de Tei mined not to be arrested and opened tire upon the police who rather than run the risk of being perforated with bullets. I kept a respectful distance Felt Ini the rang. A it eneral fu8ilf.de followed but no one i was Hurt. No arrests were made and it is due the policemen present to Saj that no arrest was possible against the vicious j mob which combined against Vliem. I officers of the elks. I the Luks held a meeting last night for the election of officers for the coming year which resulted As follows elevated ruler a. J. Nichol leading Knight 0. H. Hassel Iuan Royal Knight John .1. Curtis lecturing Knight j. I Ester Gabriel Secretary William f. I Titiev treasurer George w. Iii Tyler h. S. Beissenherz trustee of so pm t. Fannine Thomas Tago Ari 1. A. Harmeyer Esquire Georgre w. I by inner guard Oscar Vanderbilt chaplain Frank a. Avade organist ii. A Jiei Szenher. S. C. Fenton was elected chairman of the Rand social to lie held next sunday even i ing. After the election the officers were i install Ltd by District Deputy grand ruler w. E. English. A a presentation to Captain re Chardon. Captain b. A. Richardson alter whom the ill Char Ison a Naves were named and who was for three years in command of the company was last thursday evening the Reci Zient of a handsome testimonial of the esteem and respect in whip h he was held by his former associates. The of ricers and Meir ibis of the company called upon him in a body at his residence on la Elleton Taisie Street and presented him with an elegant Silver water set in racing the insignia of the company and other appropriate inscriptions. The presentation speech was made by Captain Mccarr and the pleasure of the occasion was greatly enhanced from the fact thai the presentation was an absolute Surprise. Concordia anniversary. To lies Igi Ith anniversary of the Concordia society took place yesterday at h Richwein s Hall. A business meeting was held in the after now when the following Oft Cere were elected president Joseph Grinsteiner vice president Henry Wespe treasurer Philip Reichwein Secretary. E. T. Howl Man executive committee Christ. Stein Valentine he Intz and Frank Krug. The meeting was followed in the evening by a social Elleri ailment the programme consisting of music Byl Beissenherz s orchestra and the Jolly quintet club an address by or. E. J. Hoffman and dancing. The entertainment was one of the most enjoyable Ever Given by the society. A the death of mrs. Hag Taser the Coroner is holding an inc just Over the remains of mrs. Temperance hughe3% who died on last thursday aged eighty three years Hei illness having been very Brief and no physician havin been called to attend her. Loiue of the neighbors informed the Coroner that the old lady had been badly treated by her son in Law with whom she resided. A postmortem examination has been made the remains showing no Siene of violence and the contents of the stomach Are now to be Analysed. The relatives of the deceased with whom she made her Home deny very that the old lady has been badly treated. Indiana Block to $2.75, and crushed Coke to 12.75 Jese prices will prevail until further notice. New Leaoda Tobbi. Articles of association were filed this morning with the Secretary of state for the incorporation of the Goshen Belt Railroad capital Stock fio,000. This Road is to ran from the tracks of the like Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad to those of the Cincinnati Wabash and Michigan Road. The Bloomfield building and loan association has filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of state. German orphan association. At the regular meeting of the German orphan association four new members were admitted. After the transaction of i some routine business a committee was j appointed to arrange for a Christmas festival the Date for holding the same to be fixed later on. Amusements. Robson and Crane open at the grand to night As the two Romios inthe comedy of errors Quot with thirteen splendid scenes and new costumes the most Gor i Genus Ever seen of the Indianapolis stage. 1 a souvenir will be Given to each lady at tending this evening j miss Catharine Lewis will appear at i English s to night in Quot circus j this is a comedy a new held for miss Lewis in which she has received great Praise from the critics. She is supported i by a company said to be of great ability among whom Are miss Grace Wade Don-1 Aid Robertson John Harold and others. I at the museum to night and through j he week the attraction will be Quot in the i ranks Quot one of the Best spectacular Melo dramas of the Day. It is elaborately j mounted the scenery being simply Beau a Tifful. In the last act is a revolving scene which is entirely new. I it Ida Gardner s female mastodons with Billy Arnold one of the Best end men in the business Alice Gilmore an Indiana is favorite and a Large company of fair charmers appear at the zoo theater this evening. I the Clipper Polo club will play the col i lege avenues at the College Avenne rink j to Morrow evening. Hartley Campbell s great a melodrama Quot Siberia Quot will be seen at the grand the last three nights of the week As presented by a great company with elaborate and realistic Scenic effects. Archdeacon Farrar. Of London will lecture at Plymouth Church on wednesday eve Ninar. The Robson and Crane company arrived in the City yesterday so that ample time has been a herded for the placing of the entire scenery and two rehearsals were held this morning. Throughout the Day there has been a Long line of applicants for St ats at the Box Ofhie and there is Promise of a wonderfully successful engagement throughout. The coi ask. The programme of the fourth season of the Indianapolis lecture association which will commence wednesday eve skiing november 11, is As follows november 11�?a. P. Barb Alt. Of new York in his adopt Atlon of Dickens s Quot Rale of two Ifo Teiber 25�?kev. A. A Wiliette probable a e Ece Niber 9�?major . Dane naval Battles of be december 19�?mrs. Alary a. Liver Raore. January a a lieutenant Schwatka Quot the Mesroh for sir John january 2c�?harvard Moliere Jarlet with e. A. Pierce Reader. February 3�?miss Nellie f. Brown. I Ebi uary 17�?will Carleton author of Quot farm ballads Quot Etc. March .5�?itje Bock band. The till family of English Ballad St. March 17�?bev. Dewitt Talmage. Course tickets have been placed at$2.50, and Are for Sale at Plymouth Church. Seats reserved for each lecture on the monday morning preceding the lecture at 8 o clock. A a a the minute agents who deliver the Only paper sold throughout the state at one cent. Verrice in much Likely to be set at nought by his removal than by his retention. The question the postmaster general Baa to consider and the a is whether he is doing his duty in the mail service. And in. He. Is there would be no Justice in bounding him oat. Not a Pharisee. I letelier the leading Hatter. Cheapest place in town. 23 South Meridian Street. A new sweetener Dieco sred. Indianapolis has now reason to boast of an inventor of liquid sweetness whose production rivals the Best that is made. J. A. Mckenzie for years one of our most popular business men has recently perfected and is now placing upon the Market a very Choice variety of table syrup made by a new process of which be is the discoverer. Mckenzie s syrup is destined to take High rank for its flavor and for the reason that it is not subject to deterioration from climatic changes As is the Case with even the Best Maple syrup. The new county Board. Or. Albert Sahm will enter upon his duties As member of the county Board on the 19th of this month and or. Reveal in december. It is very probable that All the officers whom the new Board appoints will be chosen from the party to which the majority of the new Board belongs with the exception of the work House officials with choir the present Board has made a contract for one year. Died from natural causes. The conker has finished the inquest Over the remains of mrs. Anna Benkert who was believed to have committed suicide by taking arsenic and has found that death re stilted from a disorder f the stomach. In the Case of mrs. Mckinney who died last sunday while on her Way Home from Church a similar verdict will be rendered. Foal and Coke Phebe add aaied. At a meeting of Eoal dealers held on saturday afternoon it was decided to a dry Oce be price8 a cd of a and Coke a so Loire. Anthracite tof6. »9 a ton Raymontd City a of. Pittsburgh to $3.76jvj�ckbbbto .�3.s5j the Indianapolis evening Mike to differs from its one cent contemporaries in Chicago and other cities in the fact that it does not discriminate against non residents. It is a one cent paper everywhere and not merely in the City where it is published. At All Points in Indiana which can be reached conveniently by the afternoon trains agencies Are being established and the paper regularly delivered. Air line train a. B. Miller. Anderson Dalton Mcallister Broad Ripple Jacob Crone. Brow Asburga John a. Morgan. Buena Vista Chas. Walton. Cambridge City of c. Mos bang. Cicero a. L. Kepner. Cleveland Peter Higgins. Columbus de. Lefee. Cumberland a. J. Ebaugh Danville Charles Cook. Edinburgh John Bruce. Fishers a. C. Hadley. Fortville Bert Patterson Frankfort will Ball. Franklin will Buck. Greencastle a. L. Jacobs. Greenfield we. Mitchell Frank Swails. Greenwood Dault Wilson. Haug Hville a. G. Jmartin. Hillsboro Albert Watson. Hortonville c. S. Tingle. Knights own Frank n. Davenport. Kokomo Max Hexton. Lizton a. F. Lane. Mccordsville to. E. Brantlinger. Martinsville Geo. T. Kelso. Mooresville Frank Arnold. Morristown Harir Mcgavghey mount Jackson Henry a Nesoal Muncie a. R. Ricks. New augustan Sim Loftin. New augustan to. N. Neidlinger Newcastle Bert Irving. New Palestine Albert Geisel. Noblesville Clarence Perkins. North Indianapolis Chas. Wilkinson Peru a. M. Crease. L Ertis Frank Anderson. Pittsboro will Sommerville. Plaint ields a. Hobbs. Saint Paul Theo. A Csc. Shelbyville Charles Small. Sheridan Harry Dye. Southport a. B. Bailey. Spencer Quot sauce Daggy. Staunton a. H. Tibbitts. Terhune Arthur Good. Veedersburg James Ash. Waynetown a. Copner. A Ostfield Schuyler Ballard. West Indiana polls Tom Wilson. White land de Gschwind. Wilkinson Bim. Forbes. Willow Branchle. D. William Jav a it Fie a a Goa Mau Oletzk j Miroir a a Nhy Miinte. I do not i pole to enter Ripon i decease of James t. Dowling As a councilman. A but new that an attempt is being made to turn him out of the mail Lervile been a be of something he Laid or did in the a Vancil i submit tint the principle of Ciril at los South Illinois Street where he will be pleased to have All his friends give him a Oro is Diamond drops i to lib finest lines 01 pairs in tiie City a it pm a one half to five �5s Karats first Price. 1 aft amp 1 j Dietz court House Marl j opposite cont Honsen. 147 East Warehi Catob St Indianapolis ind. Fresh and salted meats of All kinds. Tel Phose no. 600. Headquarters for sausage at wholesale and retail. A Opeta glasses a at Low la rices. Thos. H. Claff. Eipert my. 38 w�8t web Liston Street. Gas engines a fb0m>i-h0r8b Power up. I Ericsson s Kew calorie pumping in Gina. Saa Steves at Cost on exhibition and for Sal by the o. Bobof Fanyo Iro. 4t South . Cite Brewerv-i4� Beer. Pste amp Libut go., a Asimov at nub watches clocks and silverware at s. D. Of ans 98 East Washington Street. More than satisfied. A san Francisco merchant write Quot i have great pleasure in reporting that As the result of even the Short time i have been using compound oxygen i can feel decided Progress. 3iy Catarrh is greatly improved my head is clearer and my digestion better than for three years past and i am More than satisfied with the results thus far even if i could go no Earth i or. I would t take Many times its Cost for j what it has already done for j our Quot treatise on compound oxygen Quot containing a history of the discovery of and Mode of action of this remarkably curative agent and a Large record of surprising cures of consumption Catarrh neuralgia bronchitis asthma Etc., and a wide Range of chronic diseases will be sent free. Address drs. Starkey k 1 , no. 1529 Arch Street philada., prices. Hent Schwinge 31 Ortli of Braila Kosher a Harry Kahn has opened at Marte plumbing a n d steam heating i. 8. Fas Reu. A co., 50.8� Roth Ilu Sois of but wines pure wines from the Calif Rhia Viii Yards of Holsall Anil retail. H. Weist Berger amp co., Iio. 10 West Louisiana Street Opp site Union depot. Jewelry wholesale dealers. Josefe Solomons son 45 West Bael Rte but. Kregelo 564. Frei amb Plasce. ô�4. Prices reduced on Foneri supplies and backs r to any a by deter. We have the most Complete line of Crane amp Whiting Fixa station Abby on this Market. Paper Indiana paper company retail department 21 East Maryland . W Meikel amp co., the leading plumbers and Gap fitters. Wholesale and retail dealers in Gas fixtures and �11 kinds of pm Nate re supplies. Tki Ephos bt.ja.8, e. Ross amp and whiskies. 129 South Meridian Street. Telephone 760.coal. Kuhn amp Rhodes. 13 Yir Pia ate me. Telephone 273.drugs no Medici a is of Rabe brands of cigars and tobacco Timberlake a n w. Cor. Colte at. Pm se7ei a and Jones Gimik Street of a. a miss Issy ppm Call and see us before buying. Spieg Elji bed room sets Thoms amp co. I i a Many novelties. A save inti key by seeing our so Ocie Kors a Iii. 71 and 73 w. Washington . 32 and 34 Kentis sky avens be. A abets draperies. Vind of shades. L t h a a Ifim Iii by of Conti we. H. Holl i of 30. 33. 34 s. Ill ii St. Safe. Brilliant. Perfection headlight Oil is Oise Etc Plosive. C. F. Schmidt. Beeper and bottler of Uger and the celebrated Quot Wiener erd of Alabama St. The Lebrone 432. The Rockford watch Becent Reluct does by the enable us to Otter these admirable watches at much lower figures than formerly. Persons contemplating the Purchase of a time piece should see our Stock. Jambs n. Mayhew fave lib Ito. 23 West Washio ii Street. Linoleum a Oil at wholesale and retail. I am now receiving new styles of Wall parrs and decorations for the Spring of 86. Lad �8 preparing needlework for the Fao Liekys Are invited to Call and see bit Larff Stock of embroideries Lubbes Arluene work material for Tabit scats Etc. New Sli Adib r of Felts. Next Pat terse of drops pod data Etc

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