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Indianapolis Minute (Newspaper) - December 2, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana In the new Yore store. Fib quebed 1853. Holiday my. This week we own books and Homay goods of All always in Plain fires. Pettis ,m Quot old Iti Latt quoth Attee is making tired hot Fob the hat Trade. All the latest styles in sea Wear fur Caps and fur bous.16 East Washington Street. Teleg Baku Pariot Cru. To Destin Nylon caused by the strike in the Hocking Valley is said to be on the in Cream. There is a loud cake of ice four inches thick on Roan Mountain near Knoxville to mid. Prank Hurd Democrat of the Toledo Ohio District will contest the Blocton of Romels. Republican for member of Congress. The Farmer s Bank at Bushnell 111., has suspended. The Bank was organized in 1871, and had it paid up capita of 150,000. A the physicians of the Ohio soldiers orphans Home have been enjoined on petition of the Mother from ministering to a Bick child inmate. A a party of Northern Capi taunt in to Purchase 90,000 a Ere of Timber and Mineral lands in Monroe county taut and open extensive Donta. Its about town. A Boson Jess meeting of the scottish rite win be held this evening. The hog receipts at this Point Are beginning to attract attention mlle Grinath will probably accept a position in the wigwam band. Most of the prominent democrats of the state Are in the City to May. Or. Harry Cwi Dit and miss Ora Burton Are to to married this evening. The annual meeting of the Stato Board of agriculture will be held to Morrow. The baud from the Meridian rink serenaded the firt Raen at Headquarters last night. Center Lodge f. And a. Will hold its annual election of officers this evening. Efforts Are being made to break up the practice of boys jumping on moving trains. The county medical society discussed the use of quinine at the weekly meeting last night. Train dispatchers on the Wabash Road have had their salaries reduced $10 a month. A William Thomas and Flora Heath were granted a permit to get married this morning. The i company has dispensed with its outs e City agent and Curbstone solicitor. Burglars entered the Butcher shop of Gus. Smith no. 221 Massachusetts Avenue and secured $."543. The Palmerton avre King fog company have leased for an office room 3 in the Board of Trade building. Or. A. B. Cutter of the wigwam rink has treated that floor to a preparation which has greatly improved it. A couple of newsboys were arrested this Forenoon by a Constable for creating a disturbance on court Street. George Gates was sentenced to two years in the Penitentiary in the criminal court yesterday for cattle stealing. The a a Merchor is rehearsing the operetta of the Quot beggar student Quot which will be Given soon after new Vears. James Keenan of the Indianapolis base bail club was arrested last night for drunkenness and assault and Battery. The City Board of health report that about one half the deaths that Are now occurring in the City Are from typhoid fever. The Indianapolis social Tum Verein will give a grand the Roghi Steb shoe c0hfan7 open to Dat their u Sleibi Anial Slammer Sale. See Lori boaters for m mails. Don t miss this great Sale. Check Railroad and hights of Labo plug. Gymnastic exhibition at Man Merchor Hall on sunday evening next. Cuts of local passenger rates of $1 to $2 to Points As logans port Cincinnati Louisville Terre haute and St. Louis Are being made. The whole number of deaths in Indiana during the year As reported by the Secretary of the state Board of health was 15,309. Milliard Spurlin Shelby Villo was crushed to death by falling under a train on the j., m. Amp 1. Railroad at that place yesterday. The Douglas literary Sci Etsu coloured a has been organized with nearly 100 members. It meets at the Vermont Street m. E. Church. At the fifth presbyterian Church Corner of Blackford Street Aud Michigan Road this evening there will be Given an old fashioned concert. Max Herlich the month Illinois Street Saloon keeper was arrested yesterday afternoon by patrolman Raferty on the charge of Selling liquor without License the offence being Herlich s failure to procure a new City License Lor the current year. The trustees of the indians a University have consulted together relative to the presidency of that institution and adjourned until the Mth without reaching a conclusion. George l. Weast and Martha l. Elder Henry Schaub and Eugenie Delvaine Stephen a Rogers and Mollie e. Thomson and Alpha h. Har court and Helen m. Culbert son were licensed to marry. To Morrow will be observed by the woman s Christian Temperance Union As a Day of fasting and prayer. Service will be held at the state Headquarters room 64vance Block from 10 to 12 a. M., and 2 to 4 p. I can furnish you with a Good plumber or Gaa fitter in a minute. J. Giles Smith 58 North Pennsylvania it. A. B. Meyer amp co. The Coal dealers 11 h08th Pennsylvan St

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