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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 30 August 1879

i t THE INDIANAPOLIS LEADER $2 00 PER YEAR. An Equal Chance and Fair Play. SINGLE COPIES, 5 CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1879. No. 3. Vol. 1. V FAFFLIN The Grocer, 94 AND 96 Indiana Avenue. FOR BOOTS AND SHOES Do not forget that the Occidental Hotel SHOE STORE Is the Cheapest Place! In the City, and has THE LARGEST STOCK. Ladies' Shoes n special sizes, running to 8 and 9 in front and side lace. Men's Shoes as low as $ 75 Men's Heavy Boots as low as 1 75 Men's Calf or Buf. Boots at 2 00 Ladies' Shoes at 75c, 85c and 1 00 OCCIDENTAL, Cor. Washington and Illinois Sts. Here We Come! WITH THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FLOUR In the market. It will cost you nothing to try it, as every barrel is warranted, and money refunded if not satisfactory. I also make a specialty of all kinds of Feed in large and small quantities. Free Delivery. H. WAMSLEY, 17S Indiana Avenue. 1m3 Indianapolis,Ind. RUSSELL & JACOBS, Erting House & Restaurant, 56 Indiana Avenue. Good ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 30 August 1879

31ulrnri it 7W Cntfor. (V(""""7 BAGliY & CO , PUBLISHERS. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. ODDS AND ENDS Senator Blaine has six children. Heavy floods are reported in New South Wales. , The. United States has issued more than 4,500 patents on seed planters, j : The runningexpense of an ordinary passenger train, exclusive of taxes and Interest, is about $1 a mile. A FiiOiUDA recluse owns 150,000 head of cattle, and buries his hoarded wealth in cans on his farm. The New York Sun tends up a bitter wail at the high price of lager beer, and stigmatizes it as an outrage. M Miixicr Pinafore Company is on the road, the tallest member of which is under thirty inches high. The Germans are becoming very nu merous in Jerusalem, and they are about to establish a quarterly magazine there. All the teachers who accepted appointments under the new educational laws ol Belgium have been excommunicated. The receipts at the New Orleans custom house are increasing on account. it is believed, of the jet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 30 August 1879

ff : p ' ' ' . ... to: ' i f-- jr l Jli ft mi ' . .i r riT- iMi.LWgi -- . ' - - . . i p u Ä 1 f c 1 r i r if f .A I f V . ' ,v m KS tri W.INN.-. ' A Uotlier monarch m aiilt lJUck-b1Wel HIUl Hellt, White II vn i til plendor HU huufchtyheMd Isvrowned; ; ; IIU roynl hcfpter, with n uctiue lender. Touching the oIokhoiuIii round. Conqueror of -onaueror, ho; lleth IxlniiH are hU chained sUvc; crlcth Vor nn-ri'r at hl lullld. his realm oVr the ;iuuuart'h No I arges Uhm he oller lr tt" luktlinj The Illy on thy reust p ' IT tears from out Its place, Hu tendrils breaking. Ami neu Hin Iiis irrst. . . Oh, man! Is thU the hui of all tly KiO' Must this the. iUn he ... Of aprond country' raml, triumphal story, This grave beyond the sea? - ' ' King of nil Kings! llow will he read tlie - W.ilh hnn.l in liullil with füllt! How till the heart . empty and so broken. With glory ml name? . Chteao Inter Ocean. - m m TUB MA N WHO WAS KICKED. But, Nevertheless, a Man whom All tho Camp Found Uausa to bo prou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 30 August 1879

;- ) ft Si POETItY. WrltUn for the Indianapolis Leader. PEACE IS NOT HERE. By Rev. Euukwk Evans. I must not look for peace Upon life's occaat For who could be at ease. In constant motion? Where ererj vave that swells, Awakens fear; And every tempest tells, Peace Is not here. I roust not seek for peace Upon time's shore; Where wake by erery breeze The billows roar. There gathering dangers rise From far and near, And thunders from the skies. Peace is not here. - And yet I sail for peace, Across life's ocean, In search of endless ease, Without commotion. Now many a danger o'erpast, My heart to cheer; O! may a voice at last Say, "Peace is here." Yes, o'er life's ocean flow, I seek a home, Where wild winds never blow, Nor tempests come. I leare time's rugged strand Of woe and care, And hail the heavenly land, For "peace is there." VlNCXNHXS, Ijid. LOCAL NEW. If you want to see a man get mad all Over, jnst say "Italian" to Henry Hart. MissMollie Spradling, of 217 Eleventh St., Louisville,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 29 November 1879

V 'I o r, tie wmm I I I lllfll III! $o,00 OPer ear. ' -A.IV EQUAL CHiANCE AND FAIR PLAY. Single Copies, S Cents. VOL. 1. INDIANAPOLIS, IN P., SA f UltDA Y, NOVEMBER 29, 1879. flQ. 16. i ' " . . . I; fe 4 V 1 TEE TIMES SMALL PROFITS and CASH BUSINESS p Having adopted the strictly Cash ajslcm of loiug -v' -will hereafter sell goods for 25 per cent, below fori Pants Former Credit Price, 67.50. Present Cash Priee, 85.00 44 4 4 Suits- -. - 4 46 4 44 4 4 4 44 4 4 44 44 64 4t 4 46 4 KMX). 5.00. 30.00. 35.O0: 25.00. 30.00. 35.00. Overcoat4 , 44 44 . 4 44 AH bills remaining unpaid previous to my adopting the Cash System will discounted 10 per cent if paid within HERE WE COME ME BESTAND CUEAPEST FLOUR la tk market. It will cost you nothing to try it, everj barrel it warranted, and tbe money rtfouded if Dot HAtla'wtory. , I ftlao Bk 4 fpecialty of 11 kinds of FEED in Urge and imall qiuntitie fKKlC DELIVERY II. WAMSLISY. 17J Indiana At., lmHanapmllsInd. RUSSELL & JACOBS, II m 56 Ind...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 29 November 1879

THE MDMtfOUS iE 'DIR. BAGBY & CO., Publishers. INDIANAPOLIS, - - INDIANA. TO RUBSCKIBEIIS. If you fail to receive j our paper, notify this of lice at once. RESUME OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. All the Teruyian, Suth American, ports are blockaded. A three hoars' snow storm was reported from Georgia on Friday. Reed fc Sod, one of the heaviest music houses in the countrv, failed in Chicago last week. The treasury department purchased 282,000 ounces of silver bullion for delivery at the mints on Saturday. Five prisoners, two white, were whipped at Newcastle Dei., Saturday, each receiving 20 lashes. AU were convicted of larceny. A game dinner was served to 700 guests of the Pacific HotsI, Chicago, on Saturday. One hundred and twenty different kinds of game were on the table. Albert Bryan, a lad 1G years of age, was stabbed mortally at Geneva, Adams county, Ind., on Saturday night, by Fred Stanley, who was drank at tho time. A London dispatch states that the widow of Charles Diekens die...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 29 November 1879

FOROIVK AND FOKGKT. Lt by-gone be by-gone; If by gonea wer clouded By might tht occasions pang of regret, 0 1ft tlietn la durki-nt otllTion be nhrouded; 'TU wise and tin kind to forgire and forget. Let by-gon" be by-(tonei. and Rood be eitraeted From ill orer which it ii folly to fret; The wint'st of mortal! have foolUhly noted. The kinJent are those who forgive and forget. Let hf-gow be bjr-goiie; O cberUh no longer The thought that the tun of RVctiou ha aet; Eclli-wit for a nimnt It raye will le stronger U you like a Christian forgive and forget. Let by-gone be by icon-g, your hrt will be lighter, When kindneM of your with reception bat met; The flame of your love will be purer ami brighter If, Uod like, you atrive lo forgive and forget, Let by-gone be by-jones; 0 purge out the leaven Of malice, and try au mjle to et To oth-m, who, craving the mercy of Heaven, Are ally too alow to forgive aud forget. Let by-gone be by-gone; remember how deeply To Heaven' forbearance we all are in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 29 November 1879

I: fx 1 1 I j I V, . I 1 y V 4 i i i I I I I j r ' 4 PORTANT. TO BUYERS OF SET üOOSS. The warm weather has made us anxious to Reduce Our Stock, And we are offering extraordinary IB .A. IR, G-.A. 1 IST S. SEE OUR SILKS, CASHMERES, ALPACAS, BROCADES, SERGES and OTHER fFINE DRESS GOODS. Wo have Opened 150 Pieces Dress Goods, ranging from 5 to 10 cts. per yard. CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FLANNELS, JEANS, YARNS, MILLINERY and HOSIERY. REMEMBER OUR STOGK tS tÄBGB AND PRICES LOW. STORE OPEtl SATURDAY MIGHTSHess, Baylor & Co., 12 and 14 West Washington St. J. B. DILL, DEALER IN PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES, Fancv and Toilet Articles. riax assort 11 int orj PRESCRIPTIONS, A SPECIALTY. PBICE3 rairwteed Us LOW u my Tint 01am Home Ja the City. OTATIONEBY, SCHOOL, BOOKS, and SUPPLIES, INDIANA AVENUE. TOE ISDIAHAPOLIS LEADER, " PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Sc o o . OFFICE, TEMPORARILY, 11 UHloVi Block, Comer Illinoii and Market Sta. J. D. BAGBY, Business Manager. rXntrd M cond-elM matter at tho Po.t Offic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 6 December 1879

4L 03 1 r ,11 t&.00 Year. -A.1V 'UAJ CHANCE A IVO FAIR JPLiVY. Singflo Copies, 5 Cents, VOL. I. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., '.SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1879. NO. 17. i A ) 0 M J. r r 1 f . 1 i THE TIMES DEMAND IT. SMALL PROFITS and CASH BUSINESS Having adopted Hie Ntrlctly Cnh system of doliij; biiNliicM, I will hereafter well goodft for 23 per cent, below former price. Pnnta Former Credit Price, $17.30. Present VnsU Price, 05.00 O.UO. 4 .50 t It t 4. 44 44 4 4 4. 4 I 44 44 1 .. 3.00. .10.00. 35.00. 25.00. HOMO. 3.00. SllllH- . 4 Overton In I. S. AU 1 be discounted ills remaining unpaid previous t my adopting the Cash System will 10 per cent, if paid within five days. : HERE WE COME WITH T1IK BESTAND CHEAPEST FLOUR In lh market. Il will " " "' ' 7 m Mry UrrH I warrant!. t'""" rtruu.t,l if ool nalUrac-tory. ,,.11 r t rvii lu I alio mak a jtirUJty rf II MnW or IKKI Im Urgnlamallinanmi rilKK UKLIVKIti. WOOD nzacl OOAli. II. WAMHIjUYi 17 Indiana Art. lndlnapH, Ind. RUSSELL &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 6 December 1879

THE IMAPOUS LEIDER BAGBY & CO., Publishers. I INDIANAPOLIS, - - INDIANA TO SUBSCRIBERS. If you fail to receive your paper, notify this ofllce at once. RESUME OF THK WEEK'S NEWS. United States currency outstanding at tala date $362,784,119. Congress opened on Monday. It has not fairly got to work yet. Mrs. James P. Läse, sister of Mrs. Senator Yoorhees, died on Saturday In Lafayette. The president and cashier of an Allegheny, Pa., bank were jailed for conspiracy November 27. The Russian minister has been recalled from London. No successor as yet has been named. John Barrett, a 12-year-old boy, was drowned in the canal at Cambridge City on Thursday. Orer $1,000,000 bullion was withdrawn from the Bank of Enzland on Friday for the Untied States. The New York lottery dealers will sue Postmaster James for not delivering letters addressed to them through the mail. It looks as if more trouble might be expected from the Ute Indians. The work of the peace commissioners is at an en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 6 December 1879

security and respect. I earnestly appeal to the Intelligence and patriotism of all good citizens of every part of the country, taowever muen they may be divided In opinlonson other political subjects, to unite In compelling obedience to t-xlstinglAwa aimed at the protection of the right ot feutlrag. I respectmlly urge npon Congress to supply any defects In these laws which experience has shown and which It Is wlr hin its power to remedy. 1 again Invoke the co-operation of the executive and legislative authorities ot t ie Htatts in this great purpose. 1 am fully convinced that if the public mind can be net at real on tnis paramount quest lou of popular rights, uo serious obstacle will thwart or delay the complete pacification of the couutry, or retard the general dtrTusUn of prosperity. In a former menage I invited the attention of Congress to the subject of the reformation of the civil service or the Government, and expressed the Intention of transmitting to Congress a early as prac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 6 December 1879

IMPORTANT. TO BUYERS OF BET ...Q OOS The warm weather has made us anxious to Reduce Our Stock, And we are offering extraordinary SEE OUR SILKS, CASHUEBES, ALPACAS, BROCADES, SERGES and OTHER FINE DRESS GOODS. Wo have Opened 150 Pieces I K Dress Goods, ranging from 5 to 10 cts. per yard.; CLOAKS, .! SHAWLS, 'FLANNELS, JEANS, TARNST MILLINERY and HOSIERY. REMEMBER Otm STOCK IS tAfcOE AND PRICES LOW. STOßE OPEN SATURDAY RIGHTSHess, Baylor & Co., 12 and 14 West Washington St. HOLIDAY GOODS FANCY AND PLAIN BOX PAPERS, LADIES' WORK BOXES, HOLIDAY AND VISITING CARDS, FANCY INK WELLS, Etc. Celluloid and Florence Drawing Cases; Plain and Cat Glass Bottles; French Plate Mirrors ; Hair, Cloth, Tooth and Nsil Brushes. COMPLETE LINE OF THE POP ULAR PERFUMES. FINEST ASSORTMENT OF CHAMOIS AND SPONGES. PURE DRUGS A SPECIALTY. ALL AT DOWN TOWN PRICES. J. B. DILL, PRESCBIPTIOn PHARMACIST, INDIANA 99 AVENUE. THE INDIANAPOLIS LEADER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, Sc OO OFFICE, TEMPORARILY, 11 M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 27 December 1879

Im or : l 'Kr - . $2.00 Per Tear. ' ATV EQUAL CHANCE A IVO FAIR JPLA.Y. """"- Singflo Copies, 5 Cents. y VOL. 1. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., jjATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1879. V ISO. 20. : r i 1 i : WHERE TO GO. When you want a Nobby Suit, Overcoat or Pair of ID JPants made to order Suits made to order -Overcoats made to order HERE WE COME WIT1I THE BESTAND CHEAPEST FLOUR la the market. It will cost you nothing to try it, as very barrel if wanaoted, ai the money refunded II not Htm factory . . I alao make a specialty of all kirvl of FEED is large an.l small qaiutiti-i. FKEE DELIVERY. and O II. WA.M8LEY, 178 Jn4ifi-n Ar. Jntiianapmll, Ind. W. H. POTTER, PHOTOGRAPHER, Cor. Wmahtnptom and Illinois St., 10 Claypool Block, Indianapolis, Ind. PETER ROCKER. DealtT in all kinds of J FLOUR AND FEED, 494 WEST NORTH STREET, And 292 West Maryland SU A. CAYLOR, Wholesale and Retail Dealer lo wood, coal and coke, I FLOUR AND FEED, 177 Indiana Ave tt BR. V. H. DAVIS. Ojjlce, 42 E. Ohio St. Residence, 40 N. Mis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 27 December 1879

THE INDIANAPOLIS LEJDÜR. BAG BY & CO, Publishers. INDIANAPOLIS, - - INDIANA. RESUME OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. Charles P. Funch, a we&ltby New Yorker, died last Thursday, with $250,000. He . directed that bis body be taken to Milan and cremated. , . A prirats detective in Boston claims that Iv. E. K. Wioslow, the forger, is living In Baeoos Ay rep, where be is publishing a paper. Tilrty-five thousand dollars were sent to Ireland during November through the Irish Emigrant socif ty, and the remittances thus far this month have reached $5,000. Joseph and Mary Volkemer, busband and wife, have been convicted of an attempt to poison Charles E Blair, of Chatham Four Corners, New York, and both sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment in the penitentiary The trial of George Price, colored, who last summer shot his employer, Villie B!actr, at the tatter's tobacco warehouse in Cincinnati, O lio, in the court of common pleas in thatc ty, was ended on Wednesday by toe jury returning...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 27 December 1879

JOSIAR. BT DELFHA. Things have come to a pretty pass The whole wide country over. When every married woman lias To hive a friend or lover; It ain't the way that I was raised. An' I haint node-Ire To have some feller poaln' round Instead of my Joslar. I never Rln forget the day That we went out a-waikln. An' sot down on the river bank An' kep ou hour a taislu': He twisted up my apron string An' folded it together, An' said he thought for harvest time Twas cur'us kind o' weather. The sun went down as we sot there Josiar seemed uneasy. An' mother sheb'gin to call; Loweezy ! oh, Loweezy !" Ah' then Joslar spofce right up. As I was Jas, a Martin, An'sald,"ijoweezy, what's the use Of as two ever pai tin'?" It kind o took ia by surprise. An yet 1 new 'twas coinin I'd heatd It all the summer long In every wild bee's buminlu'; I'd studied out the way I'd act, But law ! I conldn't oo it : I meant to hide my love from him, ln seems as if he knew it. And'lookln'down Into my eyes He must a seen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 27 December 1879

i IMPORTANT. TO BUYERS OF BET ööOBi, r-he warm weather has made us anxious to Reduce Our Stock, And we are offering extraordinary SEE OUR SILKS, OASHMEEES, ALPACAS, BBOCADES, ' SEEGES and OT FINE DRESS GOODS. We have Opened 150 Pieces Dress Goods, ranging from 5 to 10 cts. per yard.; GL0AES, SHAWLS, FLANNELS, JEANS, YARNS, MLLLINEBY and HOSIERY, REMEMBER OU 0TOGK IS IÄRGE AND PRICES LOW. STORE 0PEI1 SATURDAY NIGHTSHess, Baylor & Co., 12 and 14 West Washington St. HOLIDAY GOODS FANCY AND PLAIN BOX PAPERS, LADIES' WORK BOXES, HOLIDAY AND ViSiTlMG CARDS, FANCY INK WELLS, lite. Celluloid and Florence Dread ig- Cases; Plain azd Cat Glass Bottles; French Plate Mirrors t Hair, Cloth, Tooth and Nail Braakes COMPLETE LINE OF THE POPULAR PERFUMES. FINEST ASSORTMENT OF CHAMOIS AND SPONGES. PURE DRUGS SPECIALTY. ALL AT DOWN TOWN PRICES. J. B. DILL, PBESCBIPTION PHAEMAOIST, INDIANA 99 AVENUE. TOE INDIANAPOLIS LEADER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BT Sc C O OFFICE, TEMPORARILY, 11 KilWa B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 10 January 1880

O.. f, 0 lb 0 SS.OO Toi- Year. .A.TV EQUAL CHANCE A IV 13 FAIR PLAY, Single Copies, 5 Cents. VOL. I. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1880. NO. 22. ifflfl mill,' i . l il fi l I I I) 11" 3 II ii II "I i V 1 I. HI I WHERE TO GO. . J; i When you want a Nobby Suit, Overcoat or Pair of Pants, go to TUAET ÜPants made to order Suits made to order -Overcoats made to order HERE WE COME WITH THE BESTAND CHEAPEST FLOUR In the market. It will cost 70a nothing to try it, as very barrel is warranted, aui the money refunded if nut satin factory. I also make a specialty of all kin.U of FEED in large and small quantities. FKEK DELIVEKY. and. II. W31IL.X2Y, 1 79 Indiana Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. W. H. POTTER, PHOTOGRAPHER, Cor. Washington and Illinois Sts.,' 10 Claypool Block, Indianapolis, Ind. iti PETER ROCKER, Dealer in all kinds of GROCERIES, COUNTRY PRODUCE, FLOUR AND FEED, 494 WEST NORTH STREET, . Ami 292 West Marylaml SU A. CAYLOR. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In WOOD, COAL AND COKE, F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 10 January 1880

THE HDIMAPOLIS LEADIR. BAQBY & CO., Publishers. NDIANAPOLIS, - - INDIANA. Entered as lecond-clas! matter at the Post Office at Indianapolis, Ind. Terms of Subscription Single Copy, 1 year, ' " 6 months, 3 months, ... - " "I month 12.00 1.00 20 1.75 Clubs of six, 1 year, each copy.... wo, i year, eacn copy, 1.50 RESUME OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. , There were 8,614 deaths in Chicago last year. Four millions of dollars in gold were sent to rew York for wheat operation. Parnell, the Irish agitator, had a magnin.cent reception in New York on Sunday night. Railroad stocks have not averaced so high. at the close of a twelvemonth, for many a year. The estate left by Hon. Aea Packer, the distinguished Pennsylvania is estimated at 17,500,000. Railroads running north and south an nounce an increased demand for cars to move the cotton crop. The receipts of grain in Cincinnati last year were the largest in the history of the city, being 11,263,275. United States Senator Houston. of Alabama,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 10 January 1880

IT MAT BE YOUR TURN NEXT. Jodjr Dot too brthly, oh, my frUoJl Of him, jour fallow. man. But 4rw tb veil of charity About him if yon can. II ouco tu called an hont maa, Bfor nor trial telfd II stepped from out (tie narrow way It may b your turn next. fainting upon the ureal highway A uflVrlng aoul doth lie; Oovtauocb hU wound and quench hU thlr.t, Nor pan him Idly ty. Ood will not brook theiwift excuae, Tb thoughtl- vain pretext; A totIowmorUl bile the duftt It may b year turn. next. Ton heard, one day, a lngle word Agalntt a pnrton't name; Ob, bear it not from door to door, To further hart his fame. If you're the man you claim to be. Remember, theo, the text, To 'pak no II," true or fabelt maj be your turn next. Th worll it UJ enough, we own, And we may need more light; Yet, with true love to all, may we Iltlp In the caoe of right. Lift np the ilnful and the weak, Th tout by care perplexed. Well knowing that to drink the gallIt may bo our turn next. THE EMERALDS. One wintry afternoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader — 10 January 1880

PORTANT. TO BUYERS OF SET Q00BS. The warm weather has made us anxious to Reduce Our Stock, And we are offering extraordinary IB JL Jb G- I IN" S. SEE OUR SILKS, CASHMERES, ALPACAS,! BROCADE, SERGES and OTHER FINE DRESS GOODS. We have Opened 150 Pieces s i Dress Goods, ranging from 5 to 10 cts. per yard. CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FLANNELS, JEANS, YARNS, MILLINERY and HOSIERY. REMEMBER OUR STOCK IS URGE AND PRICES LOW. STORE OPEIi SATURDAY NIGHTS. Hess, Baylor & Co., 12 and 14 West Washington St. NOTICE! IMPORTANT! At Down Town Prices. PURE DRUGS PERFUMES, TOILET POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS, FINE SPONGES AND CHAMOIS, NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES IN GREAT VARIETY. CPECIAL NOTICE! IMF0ETA2STT! PREOCR1PTION DEPARTMENT STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. ONLY THE PUREST DRUGS USED IN PRESCRIPTIONS AT J. B. DILL'S PEESOEIPTION PHAEMAOIST, INDIANA 99 AVENUE. TBE ISDIANAPOLIS LEADER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BT Sc OO, OFFICE, TEMPORARILY, 11 Miller'i Block, Corner Illinois and MarkeCSts. J. D. BAGBY, Business Ma...

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