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Indianapolis Minute (Newspaper) - December 3, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana
A Lii 1 the minute. Vol. 1. Indianapolis wednesday dec. 3, 1884. No. 3prices that Tell a Iii Soyer Coats $2 to $40 boys overcoats $2 to $15 Coldren s overcoats 98c to $10 men s suits $3.85 to $30 boys suits �?$2.90 to $15 c ii Len ssiilts-$l.50 to coins any. go tongan amp treat sme Clant tailors 24 Lorth Pennsylvania St. When Tou want stove of any Kolni Call Onjo Listou amp Bennett,62 East Fra Yungton it. Low prices and Good s. for Holiday goods in Wamond jewelry and novelties. Comer Washington and Dela wait streets. City of the electoral College of by Cycle club settlement of the Herdic company. Tho Eire Oral College. The Felteen democratic presi4 dental electors for this state met at tie criminal court room taif morning and organized with w. D. H. Hunter of Lawrenceburg District in the chair and Jeptha d. New of this District As rotary. The Law governing the deliberations of the College was read As Well As detailed instructions from the chairman of the democratic National committee. The certificates of election were after some delay received from the governor after which the electors proceeded to cast the vote of Indiana for Grover Cleveland for president and Thos. A. Hendricks for vice president of the United states. The College had not completed its work at this writing. The wheelman a club. At a meeting last evening of the Indianapolis Sycicle club it was decided that the club will a visit the new Orleans exposition As a body on Jan. 24. All who Are interested in the wheel Are invited to join the excursion. The club is discussing the question of procuring suitable quarters and a track and the Assurance is Given that they will get such As they want before Spring a ended. The club is also Enci Kvoring to work up a grand meeting of wheelman from All Over the country to be held hero in May or june. The Iler dle corp Raj. The late Indianapolis Herdic company which undertook to run a line of coaches on Meridian Street last Spring and after six months Experiment withdrew had a meeting yesterday closed up affairs and divided the assets which paid each share Holder less than 20 per cent of his investment. President Hubbard who put in ?a,000, receives Back $384, and the rest in the same proportion. A Indiana a or both. State superintendent hol Combe is preparing an exhibit of Indiana schools Tor the new Orleans exposition embracing photographs of school buildings and maps of the location of school houses in the different counties together with educational statistics arranged on charts. It is shown that there is an average of one school House to every three or four Square Miles of territory in the state. Or. Holcombe is also making a collection of text books written or compiled by residents of Indiana which will be exhibited at the exposition and he desires voluntary contributions of such works. Jinder Surtel Llanee. Or. Dan. A. Thompson and or. John Walker two Young physicians Well known in Indianapolis who went abroad a few months ago to study Medicine Are being subjected to much annoyance because they Are suspected of being socialists. When they went to Germany they carried with them letters from if Young German physician now living in this City who was formerly a member of the socialistic order. They were at once suspected of being in Harmony with the soc Iii lists and were Olacsi Umler surveillance. Several times personal effects have been searched for some evidence of their connection with the society and they were subjected to such annoyance that they finally left the country. Crooked Wood Paul Era. There Are More complaints about the Short measure and poor Quail Ltd of the Wood on the Market again crooked and Rotten Sticks being placed in the Middle of the Load in Many cases. The Wood measurer should put in a Little inspection and see that the a honest Quot Wood Hauler gives honest Wood for his Money. Equal suffrage Solety. The monthly meeting of the equal suffrage society was held yesterday afternoon at the Parlours of Plymouth novelties in Holiday presents for gentlemen at Paul h. Krayss a shirt Makee and retailer of men s Fine Fomasi Iii m 26anil28n.penii.slgloves.mopeselanewliportatlon of italian Hosna Etalee pm qloyes�?rine-at75 cents. Dark and Tan s Bloye ,10 East Wash. 8t. Church. The attendance was Large there being a number of friends besides the members of the society. A paper was read by mrs. A h. Carrier on Quot the lessons of the last the next meeting of the society will be held on the first tuesday in january when a paper will be read Quot achy women want to attention Vete Nuu. All soldiers Are requested to meet in the criminal court room this wednesday evening. Dec. 3, to assist in organizing the first regiment of the Union Veteran army department of Indiana. Jos. B. Pekar colonel comm Odlag. Chas. J. Many. Adjutant
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