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Indianapolis Minute (Newspaper) - December 1, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana
The Ute. Vol. 1. Indianapolis monday dec. 1,1884. No. 1.prices that Tell menus overcoats a $2 to $40 boys overcoats $2 to $15 cull rent a overcoats 98c to $10 in a a suits $3.85 to $30 boys suits -12.90 to $15 Caldr fit a suits $1.50 to 10 Model loing company. �0 to Shah amp tailors . When Tou want stove of any kind Call of i a Job amp Bennett �?�sxmtwmfclbgto�8t. Low prices and Rood goods. Tai s. D. Crane for Holiday goods in diamonds jewelry and novelties. Corner was Langton and my wow Streeta. The news. End of the strike la Tbs Hocking taller. The hew Cardinal open lag of Congress Cloa Lig up Bhimu. To Heckl it a Vallejr strife. Logan Ohio dec. 1�?the work of importing men into the mining Region of the Hocking Valley still continue the operators claim that they have 1,300 men at work the estimate of the strikers is that the men at work number eight Hundred. Be that As it May the situation of the old strikers who Are ont grows More desperate every Day. There is a constant March of women and children from door to door and Dally solicitations of food Are being made. The people of the Vaizey Are nearly crazed with anxiety to see the trouble settled. They say that business is Well nigh ruined and of course they charge a Toto the strike. Ai Al amp it View a Richer of the old miners Areli Alding meetings to arrange Tow Back to work. They Are adding to their Force every Day and propose to win Over As Many As possible by the time they make the break. Caul Mimi. Baltimore comment was caused among the catholics by an alleged special cablegram which was published in one of the morning papers to Day that archbishop Gibbons had been created Cardinal. While the laity were jubilant and excited Over the announcement to prelates of the plenary Council Remata quiet As usual and but Little attention to the report. Ever since the Cable of two weeks ago was received from some stating that eight new cardinals had been created while the names of but seven were Given it has been a Hope and belief of the Baltimore catholics that the other one would be the archbishop of Baltimore. Another Telegram says either archbishop Gibbons primate of America or archbishop Feehan of Chicago will be the Bex Unertl Racar Dinal. Many members of the Council intimate that before that body adjourns the Pope will Send the name of the new Cardinal. Clergymen of this diocese of course prefer to see archbishop Gibbons get the Honor and claim that it should come Here because this is the oldest see in America and holds the Primacy of the Church in this country. Western Catholic clergymen on the other hand contend that archbishop Feehan should receive the appointment in recognition of his services in spreading the Faith in the West and Northwest. The name of archbishop Williams of Boston has also been mention in connection with the new Cardin late. The matted Fhate Jay. Washington dec. 1.�?it is reported that the present appropriations for the Maine Nanc of the Navy will be continued six months longer. A democratic member of con Gres says. A when we begin the Ronald ration of a Bill appropriating Money for. The Navy we propose to go right Down into the null of the organisation. We will ascertain just what is needed to make our Navy a Lair one How much should then be appropriated annually to maintain it and then the work of reconstruction will be begun. Before the end of the new administration we will Havo a Good Opeal Affef Chirm. Washington die. 1.�?the speaker called the House to order at noon to Day and after the preliminary opening a committee was appointed to notify the president that Congress was ready to receive any message he had to make. Smut re us Elm. One night last week three thieves backed a Wagon up to the curb at Perrine a grocery Corner of Illinois and seventh streets and were proceeding to Load up when two policemen come along. Two of the gang jumped into the Wagon and drove away rapidly while the third coolly walked up to the officers and said i wonder what those Fellows were after. I just looked in to see when they ran and be too walked away leisurely leaving the City guardians to gaze wonderingly after him. Novelties i Holiday presents for gentlemen at Paul h. Grads so a shirt maker and retailer of leu a Floe fool sum goods. 26 and 28 k. Penn. St a Nurre ii raw. The White House is being put in order for the next pres or. De Castro co Malta us Clde at Newark kj., yesterday. Bib inf motor has retired from Jurt tags ton Hawkeye. The it True Dek suit Wei for november shews a to crease of about Tso Root a society Young lady of Lafayette ind., is said to have won a $50 hat on the election. At Brownsville pa., Friday night a gang of burglars robbed a jewelry store off 000 Worth of goods. The prohibition candidate for governor in West Virginia has notified governor elect Wilson Democrat that he will contest his seat. Sir Charles Edvitte the bigamist who was to be sentenced to Day at Toledo tried to butt his brains out in jail yesterday. Cincinnati democrats to the number of 36 Are ready to Sao it Rifice themselves on the altar of their country As postmasters 30 want to be sub treat it Nurer 31 want to be United states marshal and s3 Are willing to be United states District attorney. The Industrial societies of this state will bold annual meetings tin this City Jersey cattle breeders and dairymen Janis act 20 Corn growers 31 Bee keeper 31 Short Horn breeders 5ff Wool grow or so and Swine breeders. 1
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