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Indianapolis Minute (Newspaper) - December 15, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana
The minute. V vol. 1. Indianapolis monday dec. 15, 1884. No. 13.come in Beme tie rns ii. The cheapest place in the City forum pict Dee frames. F. Scheirich amp co., 29 Lassach setts Avenue. Don t forget the Swo Odett Ware store s3 n. Illinois st., Cor. Market old Saiid Long handle Snow shovels folding work tables. Lap boards Eastlake Rocker Best carpet sweepers four a wheels eds Gernian Breaid . Pease Justice of the peace so. 40, w Delaware Street Indiana . Perkins Quot la resale and retail dealer i oysters Fisalia Ifil ease. Usk. Delaware Sticki. Frei real Tif tie old c Burri. The final service of the Tabernacle third presbyterian Church in the old third Church building Corner Ohio and Lulli Titis streets was held yesterday morning. It was made n memorial service As to the work of the third Church. The choir under the leade Shiji of or. Maxwell Tregan the exert ise with an Anthem after which appropriate selections of scripture were read by the pastor item. J. A. Bond Thaler. Chas. N. Todd by request of tie session read Nti historical sketch of the Church and its work. The pastor then Jade some Brief and fitting remarks and after the Sii gins by the whole congregation o the hymn Quot Blest be the tie that binds Quot the Benediction was pro noticed and the audience slowly dispersed while the organist played Quot Arild Lany on next sunday the first services will be held in the Chapel at the Corner of Meridian and second streets. The Christmas exercises will be held la the lecture room of the old Church and a Farewell social will be held in the name place on monday or tuesday evening of next news. Natholie Church Bedle Nataa. The new Catholic Church on Union Street has been so far completed that it can now be occupied and it was dedicated yesterday. The Structure is the next to the largest Church edifice in the City and when fully completed will be one of the finest. The Cost to Date has been Sonie the log Over $20,000, but most of the work has been done by tie members none of whom have charged any Tuigg for their labor. The services were opened by Bishop Chat Ard who sprinkled the outside Walls and foundations with holy water. Prayers were Oie n said and the doors of the Church were thrown open Aud the clergy headed by the Piiskop entered singing the Litany of the saints. Other prayers were said and the inside Walls were sprinkled by the Bishop who returned to the altar Aud the doors were opened end the people admitted. High mass was then celebrated and Llev. Father Michael of Teutopolis iii., preached the dedicatory Sermen. The roller shops. The lottery offices 13 in number Are still in full blast although they Are not doing nearly As heavy a business As they did before the police raided them. Officers Hii ies and a it iams Are still watching the so called Quot Deadfall Quot and arresting All persons who Are wont to loiter about them. It is that the authorities Are preparing to make another descent Tipon Iho proprietors of these shops within the next few Days. _ in town. Or. J. A. Kershaw auditor of the Chicago and Atlantic railway is in town to Day. His Mother died at Springfield Ohio saturday and the funeral is being held this afternoon the interment taking place at Crown Hill. Or. Kershaw returns to Chicago to night. Unit Orr of Weiley Chapel. J sinday night there will be interesting services at Meridian m. A Church incidental to the Centennial celebrations now being held throughout the United states. A committee has been appointed to prepare a succinct history of the old Wesley Chapel from which Quot the Meridian Street Church Origi Nate Ltd and the Reading of this history will be a part of next sunday evening s . Coa Doctora acc deat asm Culm. The United states railway passenger conductor Accident association recently incorporated under the Laws of the stale of Indiana with Headquarters at Indianapolis begins its existence under favourable auspices. The object of the association is to collect and accumulate a fund to be held and used for the Mutual Benefit and Protection of its members or their beneficiaries who shall have sustained. While members of the association bodily injuries whether fatal or disabling effected through or by external violent or accidental Meam. Any passenger conductor of a he United states or Canada subject to certain restrictions As to age health etc., May become a member. List month the membership of the is Ioc lation was increased si.\ty-one. Tiibi flow it melt i ii Aii of nor. A Large Force of workmen is employed to Day in fitting up English s opera House for the Flower Mission fair which will begin to Morrow night and continue during the remainder of the week. Special literary dramatic and musical entertainments will he Given every evening and the ladies who have the affair in Chargo Are arranging to make it both entertaining and profitable to those who attend. The amended Bill of discovery. These interrogatories he says Are Quot regarding of facts material to his defense Quot and he claims that to Quot cannot in any Way procure the evidence so fully and readily As by an answer Quot from or. Blaine. The suit at Law is set for trial on dec. 23, and the prayer of Shoemaker that it shall be stayed uni the further order of the court will probably be ruled upon by judge words to Day. The Caann ii to no gel. It is understood that there will be quite a Lively time in the Council chamber to night. Or. Spahr it is rumoured will introduce a Resolution demanding an investigation of the charges that some of the members have Boon fooling with the defunct Tea and Coffee Enterprise. A Skaton rite in Prospect. Arrangements Are being made for a race Between or. A. B. Cutter the Winner of the series of Challenge races with or. De. Stout and Milton Salters of Tipton the latter being the challenger for two mile race at an Early Day. It will probably take place at the wigwam. Jet the i tanks. At the Meridian there will be a two mile race to Morrow night and miss Mabel Sylvester an accomplished skater will give exhibitions on Friday and saturday. At the wigwam there will be a bicycle Sioss race to Morrow. Elaborate preparations Are being n Ade for a carnival on new year s eve. Injured by a Barston Gan. Fred Byers a Salesman at Kingan s meat Market went out Bunting yesterday West of the Viu Ulalia Bridge with a Shotgun which had been loaded four or five years. He concluded to try the old Load i and seeing a Rabbit fired away. The gun burst and i Byers lost two fingers besides i having his Arm terribly Lacer i ated by two of Iron from the gun. I or. Buiu s Ubol suit. An affidavit was filed in United states court saturday evening by John c. Shoemaker asking that further proceedings in the Blaine sen i Nel Case shall be stayed by the court until the plaintiff has answered the interrogatories which were filed with cd watch found. Early this morning Yonng boy found a Gold Waich in the a Alley Back of the state building. It was identified by de. Lucas As one of the watches that were stolen from Lis store a to 115 West Washington Street a few evenings since. It is probable that tie thief dropped it la his rapid. Feighl Knight to of a oar Contention. The knights of Honor of Marlon county will hold a District convention in the Hall of Washington Lodge no. 114, Corner of Washington and Illinois streets to Morrow an afternoon session commencing at 2 o clock a. M. In the evening the ritual will be exemplified by a special team. All knights Oto Honor Are invited to attends a
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