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Indianapolis Minute (Newspaper) - December 15, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana
Hews of the pm. Last week there were 17 marriage licenses issued Tipiere were 36 births and 27 deaths. The clearances of the Indianapolis associated Banks last week amounted to 11,497, 692.06. Marriage licenses were issued saturday to William h. Miller and i Aura e. Lyons John f. Peifier and Mary de Vine. The two cent per mile Holiday rate will go into effect on nearly All the railroads dec. 24 and 25, Good until Jan. 2. An insane woman who rave the Nameon Mary Byan was found at the Union depot by officers Money and Rogers Aud Token to the station Bouse. Crede Dehoney was arrested saturday by sergeant held for stealing a horse from Philip Guenther a grocer who lives at no. 188 Madison Avenue. Or. Stewart s Broom brigade of Twenty Young a acquitted themselves very creditably at True Friend Hall on Friday evening where they drilled. The first term of miss Ketcham s Art school closes this week. Judging from the number of pupils and the Quality of work done this school is a decided Succes. In judge Taylor s court saturday Frederick hand receiver of the Indiana banking company took judgment in foreclosure against f. A. W. Davis the Ketcham and others for ?23,824.35. An unknown woman accompanied by a Small girl while on a Massachusetts Avenue car on saturday evening suddenly jumped up Piid cd claimed Quot i Velo it my pocketbook containing $27.for the eleven months ending november 30, the Indianapolis department answered 238 alarms of Are. The loss for that period is �z3n,732.25, and the amount of insurance involved 515,700. Some hungry person managed to get with material for sol. Hathaway s sunday dinner on saturday night when that gentleman placed it on the sidewalk Tor a Tew moments and crossed the Street. Or. Alexander the crack shot received word that there was to be a grand a Hoot for an of sheep Etc., near Shelbyville on saturday and that his presence was wanted. He went fully prepared to show the Shelbyville people How to Boet but when be arrived he was told it was an he does not think it is april. Huh Mcdonald a wheat and horse thief who was recently sentenced to three years imprisonment and afterwards escaped from jail was recaptured by the police. He was hiding under a bed at no. 72 North Pine Street. A Bullet was fired into one of the passenger cars of the j., m. Amp 1. Express train arriving in this City at 6 o clock in the afternoon a Short distance from so Elnour saturday. No one was injured and the Man who did the shooting escaped. The fire department now has a Telephone of its own by which the various houses can communicate without interference from outside telephones. George Polderman has been selected As Nigil operator and Tim Nolan Day operator. To base Ball stun ton. The Indianapolis club is negotiating Tor the Cleveland s place in the a Lionel league. Should this consolidation scheme meet with rejection either on the part of the directory or the league itself the local club will apply to the Union association Tor admission. Owing to non attendance of several members of the Indianapolis base Ball Cine no meeting was held on saturday night. The directors seem disposed to go slow and it appears that Only after very mature consideration will a decision be arrived at. A meeting of the Board will beheld this evening. H. V. Lucas president of the Union association is Here waiting to see what action the Indianapolis club will take. He thinks it will be uie Best for the Indianapolis club to apply for admission to the organization of which he is the head. There arc he says three obstacles of Success in joining the league namely the High Price of admission the loss of Revenue by the cutting off of sunday games and inability to Cope successfully with the stronger teams of Tjie league. Lad link Steif. Suits have been filed in the Federal court by Charles f. Davis amp co., of Auburn n. Y., against the Wayne agricultural company and the Hoosier Drill company of Richmond and the rude Brothers manufacturing company of Liberty asking an injunction to prevent the defendants from the use of Patent improvements on Groin Don t forget to buy your Christias presents at a Iii Raffl s f Ali jewellers. A. Isensee strictly first class locks ii Liam Beil Mnger no. 31 Circle the Best clip opted Jamaica bum go to John Grosch 35 Soili Delaware so Mozart . Imported Gin , the ladies. Ladies and children s hair dressing a specially. Separate parlor with prof. Brown in charge. None but the Best of workmen pm plot a. Hotel Engliski my h. Clapp the leading optician for Holiday i , Fine Gold .speclacle.s, Eye glasses Etc. The finest goods in my line always. No. 38 West Washington Coe amp co.,no. 13 Martindale Block. Hartford com. Citizens Pittsburg. . Lancashire eng. Farmers York a. . Niagara new York. 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