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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 6 November 1880

l'O i l iO.ül .... im r-i I r I I i 1 Ü.OO JPei- Year. , AIV EQÜi!.L GH ANCU ATSD FAIR PLA.Y. Single Copies, öL'Cöntsr ' . . . ; - ' . vol.11. Indianapolis, ind., Saturday, November cTsso. , , no, 131 V) CO TO BTOUT, Hatter and Furrier FOB BARGAINS. 76 East Washington Street. No. HERE WE COME WITH THE BEST MID CHEAPEST FLOUR In the market It will cost you nothing to try it, a every barrel is warranted, and the money refunded if not satisfactory. I also make a specialty of all kinds of FEED, in large and small quantities. Free delivery. 3 OO - la. II. WAMSLEY, 178 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. PETER ROCKER, Dealer in all kinds of t blind Country Produce, FLOUlft FEED, 449 West North Street. A OAYL Vf holeaale and Retail Dealer ia "Wood, , Coal and Coke FLOUR AND PEED, 177 Indiana Avenue. NEW CUSTOM-HOUSE 227 MAIN STREET, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets, CINCINNATI, - - OHIO. Where yoo can get the BEST MEALS IN THE CITY FOB 25 CENTS. OYSTERS SERVED IS EVERY STYLE Lloyd Johnson, P...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 6 November 1880

II1DI1II1P0LIS LUDER, Ulli PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY BAGBY & .OO.J OFFICE, 12 MILLKirS BLOCK Corner Illinois and Market fits. J. D. BA.QBY. Business Manager. Entered at if cond-class matter at tha Postoffie yfrf fpAiaapoUa, Ind. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, t year " " 6 nootus.. 1.00 " . " 3 month .10 1 month ............. .20 Clubs of ilzl J ear, ach copy.........M...M 1.75 tan, 1 year, aach copy.. ..-.. 1.60 rnriifj ni DPD "r found on meat I n lo r A r liti go. p. bowhi oi Newspaper Advertising Bureau (lOSprueeSt ) wbr advertising contracts may bo made for it In NEW T0RK ! Nnbarrlb for tho Leader. Let every colored man who favors the elevation of his race subscribe for the Lead er; and let every white man who believes that slavery was a crme against hnmanity and that it i9 the duty of the ruling race to aid the Negro in hU struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. PAY UP. AVe hope that all of our subscribers who are in arrears for their subscr...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 6 November 1880

I TUE LOOM OF LIFE. All day, all night I can hear the jar Of the loom of life, and near and fur It thrill with its deep and niullled sound. As tireless the wheels go always round. Busily, ceaselessly, goes the loom, lu the lishtof day and the midnight's gloom, And the wheels are turning early and late, . And the woof is wound in the warp of fate. Click, click there's the thread of love woven In; Click, click 1 another of wrong and in; t. . . What a checkered thing this life will be When we see it unrwlled in eternity! When shall this wonderful web be done? In a thou.sand years, perhaps, ox one;- Or to-morrow! Who knoweth? Not thon or I ; But the wheels turn on and the shuttles tly. Ah. sad-eyed weavers, the years are slow, But each one is nearer the end, I know; And soou the last thread shall be woven in Got grant K be love instead of sin. Are we spinners of good in this life-web say? Do we furnish the weaver a thread each day? It were better, O my friends, to ni4n A beautiful threa...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 6 November 1880

.V"1 WINTER UNDERWEAR A. DICKSON & CO. Are now offering an nnasualy larg and U lected stock of Winter Underwear. , fiDecial attention i. askrd to th. vain, we offer lit Ladies' Merino Underwear at SO, 75 and 8Ac. -Ladies' Scarlet All-woo I Underwear. Gents' Scarlet All-Wool Underwear. OicU' Gray AH -Wool Underwear. Gents' Gray Merino Underwear, Gents' Waits Merino Underwear. Boy' Underwear, and Children's Union Suits. WINTER HOSIERY Ererr stjle and all prices, from th pooreet to the finest. GLOVES Trn... Pnr.iu and other makes, in full line of sixes anf .hades, a-flnlr MtO salrs left of oar 4 Button Kid G'oTfi at 75c. CLOTH GLOVES, LINED BERLIN GLOVES CASHMERE GLOVE?. IN LARGE VARIETY. r Broken lota of extra fins Underwear and extra In Winter Hose at reduced Prices to close then out Just opened. Hand Knit Jackets, Ulsters, Mitts and Leggings in great variety and t Low Prices. A. DICKSON & CO. 26 and 28 West Washington St. OLI TRADE PALACE" STORE. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY. Louio...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 13 November 1880

crpoorp 1 $2.00 JPer Year, A1V EQUAL CHANCE A.IVX PAIR PLAY, Single Copies, ö Cents. VOL II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1880. NO. 14. 5 CIO ÜUD L ATOTIOM ANI Private Sale at A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OP ox-iOTs:insr(3-, HATS, FURNISHING GOODS, Etc. HAS' BEEN OPENED AT '". 37 East Washington Street, 2 DOORS EAST OP NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE. Seoixir Rare IT WILL LAST FOR A 11 FRSD DOUGLASS That good old mari whom we knew in Washington, D. C, dropped in the other day, during his visit here, to get a pair of No. I0's( and expressed great surprise at our LOW PRICES, but when we told him we only paid $17.50 rent per month, he remarked, " I see it, and will recomend all my friends to go to 169 E. Washington St., FOR and GO TO STOUT, Hatter andFurrier FOR BARGAINS. No. 76 East Washington Street. HERE WE COME WITH THE BEST AiD CHEAPEST FLOUR In the market It will cost you nothing to try it, as every barrel is warranted, and the money refunded if not satisfactory. .' I also make a s...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 13 November 1880

IIIDIilllPOllS LUDER, BamaaaaBBa . p PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -BT- BAGBY &; CO., OFFICE, 12 JlIIYLEirS BLOCK Corner Illinois and Market fcta. J. D. BAGBY, Business Manager. Catered a secoud-class matter at th Poetoffic at Indianapolis, Ind. ITEBMi OF SUBSCRIPTION. Singl Copy, 1 year ...12.00 1.00 .so 6 monthf . S months m i month.. .20 1.7 1.60 CI aba of ixl year, each copy. ten, 1 year, each copy. THIS PAPEK SE p. K..VM Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contract may be made for it in NEW TOBK . - Subscribe) for the Leader. Let every colored man who favors the elevation of his race subscribe for the Lead er; and let every white -man who believes that slavery was a cnne against humanity and that it is the duty of the ruling race to aid the Negro in hü struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. Senator B. K. Bruce and Hon. G. W. Williams, of Ohio, took an active part in the Xew York canvass. Marshal Fred Douglass speaks in glowi...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 13 November 1880

FOROITE AND FORGET. BT Wi J. tana tired cfthts loneliness, darling Bo tired of this desolate palut , Ai I watch ihro' tbe sorrowful hfowi, -For tbe old days that come not again; Ota, why should the love that hath gladden! Each life with such passionate bliss. By those words of say poor girlish anger, Be cJ-aaged t such coldness as thisT- V - I aaa tired of the tears ever falling; As I sal in my velvet-clad room. And brood o'er my dreams se cold lylnr, Like flowers that hate lost their glad bloom The dreams thai. -came to me blithely, , Loo ego 'neath the stars.' tead-r Ught. .. When lilac-blooms drooped with their sweetness, And per f med the bashed sammer night. I'm so tired of meeting you darling. More coldly than strangers should meet, 'Mid tbe scenes of gay lauhier and music, And the mirth of the glad soundiog fret 'Hid scenes where together we mingled, The gayest of all the bright throng How tears dim my eya for the laughter, - And my lips have) but sighs for the seng J w I am ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 13 November 1880

SPEGIALHUTIGE ! A. DICKSON & CO. Are now opening late purchna of WINTER GOODS Of all kinds and the best value offered during the present season Particular attention ii asked to the ralue we not? offer in Dr Good. Black Ceshineres. Black Silk, Patios, Colored Cant, meres. Dress Plaids, reltSkirU, rUnn-l Skirts, Flannels, Underwear, Table Damask, Dolmans, Ulsteri and Shawls. A. DICKSON & CO. 26 and 28 West Washington St. OLD "TRADE PALACE" STORE. PRESCRIPTION PMASSMACY. Louio Eichrodt, ; (Success:? to J. S. Uli,) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. PURE DBUGS and MED IC INES. TOILET ARTICLES. FIXE SOAPS, CHOICE PERFUMEBY, All Kinds of BRUSHES, Anl m Fall tJue of all Articles' anally kept in a FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE. Pressriplioi Beparl, Complete and has fall Attention. SCHOOL-BOOKS, STATIONERY and SCHOOL. SUPPLIES AT DOW TOWN PRICES Choice Cigars, Fare Wines and Liquors. Bemember the place 09 INDIANA AVENUE Cor. Vermont and Mississippi Sts. TO SUBSCRIBERS. If jon fall to receive your paper, no...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 20 November 1880

DEMUT. 4 c,- 7 $S.OO Per Year. .A. IV EQUAL CHANCE A1NTO FAIR PLAY. Singrl Copies, G Cents. . . .... r ' . VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1880. NO. 15. 1 j A lBrge stock of Lien's, OIL All Styles and Qualities at Low Price, can be found at the e. O. B. CLOTHING SOtTSE, 13 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. OVEECOAT FOB PALL OB All Styles! All Sizes ! All Prices! FOB THE Cheapest and Best LI ITS OF Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CRAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East WasMngton Street. WE COME WITH THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FLOUR In the market. It will cost you nothing to trj it, as every barrel is warranted, and the money refunded if not satisfactory. I also make a specialty of $11 kinds of FEED, in large and small quantities. Free delivery. H. WAMSLEY, 178 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. PETER ROCKER, Dealer in all kinds of kmmi Country Mug, FLOUR AND FEED, 494 West North Street. .A.. OAYLOB, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Wood,, Coal and Coke FL...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 20 November 1880

Smyths, the Smythes, Schmidts, the HlDIJIItPOUS LEADER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY BAGBY Ac CO., OF FICE, 12 MILLER'S BLO CK Corner Illinois and Market Stm. J-.D. BAQBY, Business Manager. Entered as afcond-clasa matter at tbe Postofflce , . . at Indianapolis, Ind. ;L ., TZBM j OF SUBSCRIPTION. " Single Copy, 1 year...M J2.00 1.00 months.. - s months .50 1 month .... .20 Clubs of six 1 year, each copy.. 44 ton, 1 year, each copy.. 1.75 1.60 friTIC? D 1 DPb m7 found on file at ItllO I Al "mGw. P. Rowell 4 Coa Newspaper Advertising Bureau (lOSprnceSt ) where advertising contracts may be made for It in NEW TOBK Subscribe for the Leader. Let every colored man who favors the elevation of his race subscribe for the Lead er; and let every white man who believes that slavery was a crme against humanity and that it is the duty of the ruling race to aid the Negro in his struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. President Garfield's Cabinet is being made and unmade eve...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 20 November 1880

THE HOME. It ia oot doubted that men have a home in that Pk wereMch one bu established bis hearth and tha tain of bia possessions aid fortunes; whence be will not depart, if nothing calls him away; whence if Be uaa orpr:eu He aeema to be a wanderer, and ir tie retarua be ceases to wander. Definition from CiTii Law. "Then atay at borne, lay heart, and rest Tbe bird ia aafeat in ita neat; O'er all that flatter their wings and fly A hawk ia hovering in the aky." Longfellow. OUR YOUNG FOLKS. The Ten Little Katydids. BY St. C. P. There were ten little katydids. Who lived beneath a vine, But one got choaked on cabbage leaves And so there were but nine. Among the nine little katydid Was one a busy pate. She ventured in a chicken coop, Then there were but eight. The eight llttl katydids Sang out till after 'leven, And one took cold upon her lungs. Then there were but seven. The seven little katydids Built a house of sticks, A thunder-storm came up one night. Then there were but six. The nix...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 20 November 1880

CHEAP DRY GOODS JUST OPENED BT A. DICESOIT & CO. Children's Winter Hose, at 80 and lOo Mi8soft' Winter Hcie at 80, lOo and and 12c. Ä iAdies' Winter Hose at 10c, 12 c and 15o. KTThe MbT are the bat Tain rr orrertti la this city. Ladies' Merino underwear at 400 .ii lou C&shmere Dress Goods at 12 jo, re- cently sold at 15c. All -Wool Winter Shawls, at $2 50, 82-75 and $3.00. mWThtimm are Heal Bargains 200 Bed Comfortables at 81.25, $1.80 and $1.75. Can not be made up for the money. 500 nieces New Dress Paliooa Most ohoioe styles of the season. A. DICKSON & CO. 26 and 28 West Washington St. OLD "TRADE PALACE" STORE. PRESCRIPTION F EE AM Ivl ACT. . Louie Eichrodt. (Successor to J. B. Sill,) 99 IIIDIANA AVEXITJE. PURE DBUGS and MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, FINE SOAPS, CHOICE PERFOIEBY, All Kinds of BRUSHES, And a Fnll IJne of II Article nsally kept in a FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE. Fwiptioi Beplmi, ; Complete and has full Attention. SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT D...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 27 November 1880

0,0, wie Denen . ; v IP M.; ii ii ii r - ti i t i i lit i i i i 11 f i .A. IV EQUAL CHANCE ÄND PLAY. S.OO JPei Year. Single Copies, ö Cents. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1880. VOL. II. NO. 1(). 7 f J A lwge stock of lien's, OL, All Styles and Qualities at Low Price, can be found at the C. O. D. CS.OTSZSTG 13 VtST WASHINGTON STREET. OVEBOOATSI FOB FALL OR WINTER WEAR. Ail Styles! All Sizes! AUPrices! FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OP Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO OBAPT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washington Street. JliCK-E WE COME WITH THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FLOUR In th market It will cost you nothing to try it, a' every barrel is warranted, and the money refunded if not satisfactory. I also make a specialty of all kinds of FEED, in large and small quantities. Free delivery. WOOD II WAMSLEY, 178 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. PETER ROCKER, Dealer in all kinds of Ms. &&. Gouty bin, FLOUR AND FEED, 494 West North Street. OAYLOB...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 27 November 1880

I II DIMS IflDlll PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT: B A. Gr BY Sc CO., OFFICE, 12 MILLER'S BLOCK Corner Illinois and Harket Stm. J. D. BA.GBY, Business Manager. Xntered as second-class matter I Indianapolis, Ind. at the Poatoffice TKBMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, 1 year.......-. ....... $2.00 . 1.00 M 6 months... 3 months .50 1 month 1 warn e a e .20 1.75 1.50 CI aba of six 1 year, each copy., " " ten, 1 year, each cop THIS PAPERS .SÄiV&?: Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Sprue St ) where advertising contracts may do maae tor inn tcn York; Raberlbe for the Leader. Let every colored man who favors the elevation of his race subscribe for the Lead er; and let every white man who believes that slavery was a crme against numanity i ua un ii u we oujj ui jub ruuug im. w aid the Negro in his struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. Mr. Johnson, the colored man The na-no of Judge R. S. Taylor, of Fort Wayne, ia mentioned in con nection with the Senatorship. Judge...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 27 November 1880

LIKE IIIS DAD. I hear his mother! chiding voice, "How cam your trowaers torn? And black aa ink, air. is that shirt You put on clean this morn. "Tour feet are wet, too, I declare: You're muddy to your knees; It is too bad; yon only care Your mother, sir. to tease. "And thoM nice shoes, yoar Sunday best. That bat three times you're worn, Are scratched and scraped and all ran down; The heel of one is gone! "Yoar hair Is twleted in a snarl. And just look at that hand; It looks as though 'twere never washed IIow dare you say 'twere tanned? "You're been a-flshing, sir I guess What, been to see the match? Ton 11 have a fit of sickness, sir; A pretty cold you'll catch." And thus she talks for half an hoar; And only stops to iay: "Yoar father'll bear or this to-night; I wouder hat he'll say?" My friends in complimentary way Declare to me they see A clote resemblance very marked Between the boy and me. Bat Dotting that thsy tee in him In either form or face Beepeaks my son as do his pranks In...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 27 November 1880

CHEAP M G JUST OFENED BY A. DICKSON & CO. Children's Winter Hose, at 80 and MiS3ea Winter Hcse at 8o, lOo and and 12c , Ladies Winter Hose at 10c, 12jc and ISo. 4TThr abotrn are the bfl value erer oflered In this city. Ladies' Merino Underwear at 40o. Brocaded Dress Goods at 10c, lately sold at 12)o. Cashmere Ureas Goods at 12 c, re- cently sold at 15c. All-Wool Winter Shawls, at $2 60, $2-75 and $3.00. BTThtm are Beal BArgnln. 200 Bed Comfortables at $1.25, $1.50 and $170. Can not be made up lor the money. , . 500 pieces New Dress Calicos. Most choice styles of the season. A. DICKSON & CO. 26 and 28 West Washington St. OLD "TRADE PALACE" STORE. PRESCRIPTION F MARIS AC Y. Louio Eichrodt, (Snccessor ta J. B. Eill.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. DEALER I2T PURE DliUGS and MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES, FINE SOAPS, CHOICE PEKFtMEBY, All Kiuds of BRUSHES, Au.l n Full Line ol all Article naally avrpt In f FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE. ksnplica Department, Completo and has full Attention SCHOOL BOOKS...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 4 December 1880

;.f .,f -Z 1 ! - r i - ? 1 re o r. u Iii , , i , , . . -.--- . . . ..).. . ... 2.00 Xei Year. AIST EQUAL CHANCE AIVÖ FAIR PLAY. Single Copies, 5 Cents. - i - - - . VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1880. NO. 17. - - j r . : V a V" f V 1 PA i I J . r, X A ltfrge stock of Lien's, JUlJJ iL All Styles and Qualities at Low Price, can be tound at the C. O. S. CLOTHING HOUSE, 13 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. w v wBmmm aKM w v he FOR FALL OR WINTER WEAR. All Styles ! All Sizes ! All Prices ! FOB TBE Cheapest and Best LINE OF Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CBAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washington Street. HERE WE COME WITH THE BEST MID CHEAPEST FLOUR In the market. It will cost you nothing td try it, as every barrel i3 warranted, and the money refunded if not satisfactory. I also make a specialty of all kinds of FEED, in large and small quantities. .Free delivery. U. WAMSLEY, 178 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. PETER BOOKER, Dealer in all kin...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 4 December 1880

LEADER, P0BLISBEP EVERY SATURDAY BT: CO., OFFICE, 12 MILLER'S BLOCK Corner Illinois aad Market Sits. J. D. BAQBY, Buciness Manager. Intend m arcend-cliss matter at the Postoffice At Indianapolis, lad. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Bio gl Copy, 1 yar......... " 6 months 1 month .12.00 - l.oo . .50 - .20 CI at of six 1 Tear, each copy. 1.75 1.50 ten, 1 year, each copy... THIS PAPER 52 be found on file at P. RoweU A Co.'a Newspaper Advertising Bureau (lOSprcce St ) where adrertUing contracts may be made for It in -MW TORK The Democratic party, like Sara Bernhart, is thin devilish thin, sir. General Schofield joins with the cadets in trying to keep colored boys out of the mil itary academy. Indianapolis Journal. And thus disgraces the uniform of & United States soldier. Hon. Linus A. Burnett, of Terre Haute, is prominently spoken of for Trustee of the Southern Prison. Mr. Burnett is a life-long Republican, and his selection for this responsible trust would reflect honor and credit upon the...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 4 December 1880

TUE CHEMISTRY OF CHARACTER. John and Peter und Robert and Paul. tu a IIifl wisdom, created them all; John was a statesman and Peter a slave, Kobert a preacher and Paul was a knave. wiM or Eood, as the case might be, hue or colored, or bond or free, John and Peter and Robert and Paul God, iu Ills wisdom, created them all. Out of earth's elements, mingled with flame. Out of life's compounds of glory and shame. Fashioned and shaped by no will of their own. And helplessly into life's history thrown ; Born by the law that compels men to be, Born to conditions thev could not forsee, John and Peterand Robert and Paul God, in wisdom, created them all. John was the head and the heart of his State. Was trusted and honored, was noble and great; Peter was made 'neath life's burdens to groan. And never once dreamed that his soul was his own. Robert great glory and honor received For zealonsly preaching what no one believed; While Paul of the pleasures of sin took his fill, And gave up his life t...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 4 December 1880

CHEAPWIIS JUST rPENID BT A.D&KSON&CO. Cio-dr en'8 Winter Hoso' at 80 and Misses Winter H:sa at 80, lOo and and 12c. Indies' Winter Hose at 10c, 12Jc and 15o. ftTThe MboT re the best Tftlne rr offered In this city. Ladies' Merino Underwear at 40c Brocaded Dress Goods at 10c, lately sold at 12Jo. Caahmere iress Goods at 12 $c, re cently sold at 15c. All-Wool Winter Shawls, at $2 50, $2-75 and $3.00. 'Iii es ate Beat Bargains. 200 Bed Comfortables at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75. Can not be made up for the money. 500 pieces New Dress Calicos. Most choice styles of the season. A. DICKSON & CO. 26 and 28 West Washington St. OLD TRADE PALACE" STOKE. PRESCRIPTION P HARKE AC Y. Louio Eichrodt, (Successor to J. B. Dill,) 99 INDIANA AVEI7UE. DEALER IILT PURE DRUGS nod MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES, FINE SOAPS, CHOICE PERFUMERY, All Kinds or RRUSIIES, And m Fall Line of nil Article nially kept In a FIRST-CLASS" DRUG STORE. Complete and has full Attention. SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY and SCHOOL...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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