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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 14 May 1881

- 4 f -7- i ; 52.00 JPer Year. A 1ST EQUAL CHIA.3SrCJEl FAIR PLAY, Single Copies, Cent. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1881. NO. 40. . 1 n if a ife Oür CO) UL lt ÜO Ö Ji 1 - FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OP AYatclies, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CBAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washinrton Street. P2TER ROCKER, Dealer in all kinds of Gr:::ri:s ii Country Produce, FLOUR AND FEED, 494 West North Street. CORSETS! IMPROVED MAKES, -TEE- "iktalls Silt Corset," "V Requires bo Lacing. Price $1.00. Sold only at "THE NEW YORK STORE." The " Flexible Hip Corset." Combines Comfort with Durability; price, f 1, 25 gold only at THE NEW YORK STORE." Our "Double Bone Corset." Is the Best Fitting. Strongest, and Meat Elas tic Corset made., Price, 11.25. Sold only at "THE NEW YORK 8TORE." OUR. OBZiEBXlA.a'ED "lew York Store Corset," . Inipvuved and Strengthened ; price 51.00. Sold only at "THE NEW YORK STORE." Our Immense Stoc'x la Assorted with all the Lates...

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. — 14 May 1881

Ill DI ill! PO IIS LEADER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT BAGBY Sc CO., OFFICE, 12 MILLER'S BLOCK Corner Illinois and Market Btm. J. D. BAGBY, Business Manager. lnUnd as at cond-class matter at the Fostofflce at Indianapolis, Ind. ' TEBM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Infi Copy, 1 year. 6 months... m s montbfl 1 month J2.00 1.00 - .50 .20 1.75 1.50 Clnbs of tlx 1 year, each copy mn ten, 1 year, each copy..., mTTTCJ D A DPU niy b found on file at Lnlo r Arrju oeo. p. eowh a cos Newspaper AdTertising Bureau (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contract may da made for It In MEW YOB&. Habertbe 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 .!! I..V -I t 1-1 aid me iv egro in nis struggle ior mwr&i, swui and intellectual elevation do likewise. Professor Gregory, a colored gen tleman of Washington, and a member of the'ilow...

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. — 14 May 1881

AT THAT MATINEE. She might have been a banker's daughter, ck . milliuns of the yellow ore ; fene might have been, as I've since thought her, A shop-girl in a dollar store; An heiress or a smile provider, hich of the two I can not sav; I only know I sat beside her That Matinee. Brown-haired, white throated, lilac-kidded; i?lim waist, close clasped in violet silk; lueeyes, long lashed and lily-lidded. And teeth like ivory dipped iu milk: Two lips, red-ripe, dew-wet, which thrilled me Responsive to their varying play. My gracious me! how dead she killed me, That Matinee. And when between the acts, quick meeting. The orchestra breataed music's boon, Her little foot in rhythmic beating. Kept dainty time to every tune. Oh, my oft'euse is rank, und rankle Within my bosom 'twill for aye; I tried tut failed to ste her ankle That Matinee. The curtain fell, and unattended 1 watched her as she tripped along, Until at last ber figure bended. Far distaut, with the hurrying throng. All's done; but...

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. — 14 May 1881

L0ÖIS WILLE BATES HOUSE SHOE STORE . I have the nicest stock of LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SANDALS, BUT TON NEWPORTS, OPERA TOE SLIPPERS AND NEWPORT TIES, that can be found in the city. Ladle' flue Prbble Goat Xeivport Tie, Ladles9 Hue Kid O t a Toe Siipperx, -Ladles-flue Kid Uaiid-Sewed lltuton Xcwporlg, Indies' Kid 3-Slrap Sandal Slipper. JLadlt s' line Kid iluilon SlineM, worked lioler, Ladies' lino IVbble Goat ISutiun Shoes, -landlos tine Kid Hm Ion Ntioe, 'iuctuunli inakr, -I&diefc' French Kid Mile I. nee Shoe, Iiadi s' Kid Hntt'tiiTfCM Cbifdren" He Kid Ilntton Shoe, worked bole. Children IVbUle limit llnttoii Miocs-, - Children tlnr Kid XcwportTii h, Jtteu'a Kuckle Alexin Ties, - 3HiT l.ow-cu Oxford Tie, Men's liue Calf Boots. - Jinn's ilue Calf Itnilon Clolb-iop Nboei, Men's Haud-gewed Calt IlroRiuis. - LADIES'. MISNKS' ANI C7IIIJ,IltKXS NIIOHS AXI PEIUS OF ALI. KIXDS HADK TO OIUIEU. CS-DON'T FAIL TO CALL BEFORE YOU MONEY. BATES HOUSE SHOE STORE, No. 5 Bates House Block, West...

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. — 4 June 1881

0) IflJo ft-ii.OO Per Year. EQUAL CHANCE AND FAIB PLAY, Single Copies, G Cent. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.; SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1881. NO. 43. i . FOB THE Cheapest and Best L11TE OF batches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CRAFT'S Jewel Palace, s 24 East Washington Street. CORSETS! IMPROVED MAKES. -THE- "MjsstA gelt Corset," Bequires so Lacing. Fries $1.00. Sold only at "TUE NEW YORK 8T0RE." The " Flexible Hip Corset." Combines Comfort with Durability; price, 11,25 fold only at THE NEW YORK 8T0RE." Our "Double Bone Corset." Ia the Best Fitting. Strongest, and Most E'aa tlo Cornet made.. Price, f 1 .25. Sold only at-THE NEW YORK STORE." OTJH OBIiBBRATXlD "New York Store'Corset Improved and Strengthened ; price" 91.00. Bold only at "THE NEW YORK 8TORE." Oar Immense Stock Is Assorted with all the Latest Styles or French and Domestic Corsets, Saratoga, Norma, Hose Belle, Marie, Patent Roman, etc., eto. Xr. Warner's Improved Health and b urning Corsets. MADAME FOr...

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 June 1881

UlDIMltPOLIS LE&D Ell , PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT 9 OFFICE. 12 MILLER'S BLOCK Corner Illinois and Slarket Ats. J. D. BAGBY, Business Manager. nter4 as second-class matter at the Poatoffica at Indianapolis, ma. TKBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. StOlO Copy 9 1 y6&r imwm a aas S200 " " 6 months - 1.00 M 3 -Anrtl ,, M1 , .50 1 moQth...nM.ran...M..M .20 Gab of sixl year, each copy...... 1.75 tec. 1 year, each copy.. i .50 this papers ravy Kewspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce 8t.) where advertising contracts may be made for it In NEW TOK&.' Subscribe for the Leader. Lei 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 enne 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. THERE 19 A DIFFERENCE. Throughout the length and breadth of our land on last Monday the thou sands of green mounds th'at hold ...

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 June 1881

IJ rr 1 X - w?.-- a".-. A OUR HOME COLUMN. Teddy tu Court. I m Teddy McGuire; my name is my own. For 11 i ver a parint I had. My trade? 'Tis sellin the papers in town- A at&rviti bizness Imm lad! l'on't be hard m me. Judge, tor takin the wee hit o' bread: 'Twas (or poor little Mirk, a bh'y that was sick un, aou t Le nam on poor lea: You see. Judge, the times is so poor. The strrtte is alive wid the bh vs. An' Miekey. my neighbor, nextdoor. Couldi' lift up foniinst 'em his voice. Don't Im hard on me, Judge "() Teddy, I'm fctarvin'!" he cried; An' his blue eyes grew wild (such a bit of a child) Don't be hard on poor Ted! Yes, I went to the laker's hard by: (The slathers o' things that was there!) Tarts, an' the cakes, an' the illegant pie Not one did 1 teeh. Judge, I swear. I r i i ' t be hard on me, Judge, I did take the bakia' of bread; To Miekey I cave it I'd not taste it to save it; Oti, don't be hard on poor Ted! An' Judge, the loafs nlver broke; Axiu' piudoii poor Miekey is ...

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 June 1881

THE LOOT Retailing at Wholesale Prices And that saves the Consumer OM) PLOFIT on ON- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS IS WE 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA ST. TAG G ARTS CRACKERS Are not the CHEAPEST, but are the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARMACY OF Louis Eichrodt, (Successor to J. S. rill,) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Drags and Medicines, a specialty. dholes Oifiirs, Pure Wines and Lienors Our EXQUISITE PERFIOTES are unrivaled by any In the market for DELICM and INTENSITY of ODOR TOILET 8ET8 and VASES, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POWDERS ELEGANT CUT GLASS BOTTLES, II AND and STAND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of CLOTH, II AIR, TOOTH, NAIL, 8HAVING and SHOE BRUSHES. A full assortment of STATIONERY, And In fact ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usually kept In a . inST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, 1&T .Remember the place INDIANA 99 AVENUE Cor. Vermont. TO SUSSC2UBRS. If yon fall to receive your paper, no. flfy this office at once. To Subsc...

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. — 11 June 1881

Ii V .4- r on. 0 Stl.OO JPer Year. jA.1T EQTTAL CHANCE AND FAIR Single Copies, 5 Cento. VOL. IL INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATUKDAY, JUNE 11, 1881. NO. 44. FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OF TVatches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO Jewel Palace, 24 East Washinrton Streets CORSETS! IMPROVED MAKES, -TEE- "AWs Btlt Corset," Bequlres no Lacing. Fries $1.00. Sold only at "THE NEW YORK STORE." The " Flexible Hip Corset." Combines Comfort with Durability; price, f 1,25 Sold only at " THE NEW YORK STORE." Our "Double Bone Corset." Is the Best Fitting, Strongest, and Host Elas tic Corset made.. Price, f 1.25. Bold only at" THE NEW YORK STORE." ou: "New M fa,"fal Improved and Strengthened ; price S1.C0. Sold only at "THE NEW YORK STORE." Our Immense Stock Is Assorted with all the Latest gtyies of French and Domestic Corsets, aratg. Norma, Rose Belle, Marie, Patent Roman, etc etc. Dr. Warner's Improved Health and Nursing Corsets. MADAME FOPS IMPROVED CORSETS, ETC. Double Bu...

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. — 11 June 1881

CINCINNATI NEWS. Messrs. H. A. Clark and Henry Tort are the authorized correspondents of the Leader in Cincin nati. All Ciocinnati news except that to which the name of the author is affixed should come through one or the other of thse gentlemen. Henry Torte, Esq., has assumed entire charge of tbs circulation of the Leader in Cincinnati. Mr. Forte is our authorized agent, and persons wishing the Leader can have it left by carrier or sent to them direct from this office by notifying Mr. Forte at headquarters, 172 Central aveuue. Editom Leades. HACK'S HUMOROUS HITS HEAVILY HANDLED. Close of Feh toi Gatne's Hieb School Its Graduates for 1881 G. M 8. Alumni The tloaor due Uaine's School Com ments on "Hack" Fit x and Table The Orphans' iMcNic A Pleasing Phenomenon and Vagaries. To teachers and school children all over the world,JJune is, no doubt, the pleasantest, hardest and best month of the year. To teachers it is such because it brings the in creased labors of examination days, and a...

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. — 11 June 1881

THE HIGHWAY COW. The hue of her hile was dusky brown, Her body was lean and her neck was slim. One horn turned up and t"e other turned down, She was keen of vision and long ot limb; With a Roman nose and a short stump tail, And ribs like the hoops on a home-made pail. Man y a mark did her body bear; S'up had been a target for all things known; On mai y a scar the dusky httir Would grow no inori where it once bad grown; Many a passionate parting shot 11 ad left npou her a parting spot. Many and many a well-aimed stone, Many a brickbat of goodly size, And many a cudgel swiftly thrown. Had br. ught the tear to her lovin?; eyes, Or had U umled off from her bony back. With a noiae like the sound of a rifle crack. Mny a day had eh passed In th pound Forhelpins herself to her neiUbJi's corn; Many a cowardly cur and hound II1 bH?n transfixed on her crumpled horn, Mauy a teapot and old tin pail ll.il ihe farmer boys tied to her time-worn tail. Old Deacn Gry was a pio:is man, Thonh sometimes ...

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. — 11 June 1881

THE ONLY (öloth: EM Retailing at Wholesale Prices And that saves the Consumer ONE PROFIT -ON- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS IS THE WTELTsl 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA ST. TAG G ART'S Are not the CHEAPEST, but are the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARMACY -OF Louis Eichrodt, (Successor to J. B. Sill.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Drugs and Medicines, a specialty. Choice Cifirs, Pure "Wines and Licmors Our EXQUISITE PERFUMES are unrivalled by any In the market for DELICAOY ani DiTEMY of ODOR TOILET 8ETS and VASES, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT GLASS BOTTLES, IIANU and STAND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of rTrTH. HAIR. TOOTH "NAIL, SHAVING and SHOE BRUSHES. A lull assortment of STATIONERY, And in fact ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usually kept In a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, jjoRemember the place INDIANA 99 AVENUE Cor. Vermont. TO SUBSCBIBEUS. If yon fail to receive yonr paper, no tify this office at once.-, To S...

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. — 18 June 1881

-AW A rv I ii tö.OO JPer Year. EQUAL FAIR Single Copies, 5 Cents. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1881. NO. 45. FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OF Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, blocks aud Tableware, GO TO CRAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 Eas; Washinrton Street. CORSETS ! IMPROVED MAKES, -THE- "fctalla Ml Dorset," Squires aa Lacing. Price $1.00, Sold only jit "THE NEW YORK STORE." The " Flexible Hip Corset." Com bin w Couxfort with Durability ; price, SI, 23 SoM only at ' TJIE NEW YORK STORE." Our "Doufcle Bone Cor5et.', la the Best Fitting, Strongest, and Most Cas tle Corset made., Price, SI .25. Sold only at4 THE NEW YORK STORE." OUIl CZlIjXIBZl.i.,rXI3 "Hew York Stöfs "tat Improved and Strengthened; pried $1.00. Sold ealy at "THE NEW YORK STORE." Out Immense Stock Is .Assorted with all the Uatest styles of French and Domestic Corsets, aratosA, Norma, Rose Belle, Marie, Patent Roman, ew,, eio. Dr. Warner' Im pro veil Health and Xursing Corsets. FOYS IMPROVED CORSET...

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. — 18 June 1881

TII33 hdilunus .PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY BAGBY Sc CO., OFFICE!, 13 MILLER'S BLOCK Corner Illiuoi and Market St. J. D. BAGBY, Business Manager. Entered as second-class matter at Indianapolis, lad. at the Postoffice TERMS OF SCBSCSIPTIOy. Single) Copy, 1 year......-... 0 months............................ 3 months.-.- ........ l month...... ....fJ.OO ... 1.C0 .50 20 Clubs of six 1 year, each copy ... 1.71 ten, 1 year, each copy... 1.60 m TT TCI 11 1 nP( may be found on file at I H IkV r A rrh Geo. P. Rowell A Co.'s Newspaper Advertising Burean (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contracts may be made for It In AfcW YORK- Marshall Dudley was Thursday ap pointed Commissioner of Tensions. I- .9 It is announced that cx-Postmaster Ilolloway will, at an early date, be gin the publication of a two cent morning daily, in this city, which will be independently Republican in politics. "It do move," that is, the Chinese Empire does. Telegraph lines are to be established all over the Empire. and...

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. — 18 June 1881

IHK YKAR3 THAT IIAYE VANISHED. BY JENNY KING. Heart, looking wistfully Back through your tears, At the iad record Of theso Vaniaharl iMra Be not discouraged, And be not dismayed. Though long be the column Of t-rrors arrayed; Thongh opportunities Wasted j ou see, Let not their lesson Be lost upon thee; Be earnest and prayerful, The present seize bold The moments so fleeting. More precious than gold. The years that hare vanished Herum not again. But the lessons they hare taught ns .May we not retain? Oh, count not the past. With it a error, as loss, If it bnt obtain us A footing to crow. Where pitfalls would cause ns Tu stumble and full. And the power of the tempter To hold M in thrall. Thro no rift lu the prevent The future we see, Bnt the grace of God giveth To as victory; Then close up the record. For tears are in vain The prexent is yours. Begin over again. CNDEK THE MIDNIGHT LAMP. Tiasley's Magazine. I am a doctor, a busy protessional man, whose time U money; whenever, therefore,...

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. — 18 June 1881

THE catoramo Eetailing at Wholesale Prices And that saves the Consumer ONE PROFIT ON GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS IS a L I UiU 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 NORTH PENNSYLVANIA ST TAG G ART'S CRACKERS Are not the CHEAPEST, but aro the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARMACY OF Louis Eichrodt, (Successor tu J. B. Eill.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Drugs and Medicines, a specialty. Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liauors Our EXQUISITE PERFIDIES are unrivalled by any In the market for r.ELICAOY ail 1KTE1I1Y Of ODOR TOILET SETS and VASES, TOILET SDAPS and TOILET POWDERS. ELE3AXT CUT GLASS BOTTLES, HAND and STAND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of CLOTH. HAIR. TOOTH,! NAIL, SUA VINO atd SHOE BRUSHES. A full assortment of STATIONERY, And In fact ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usual'y kept In a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, iSTHemember the place INDIANA 99 AVENUE Cor. Vermont. TO SUBSCRIBERS. I If yoa fall to receive your paper, uo llfy this office at once.; To S...

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. — 25 June 1881

i 4 . ,5? : y wit? Sii.OO Per Year. -A.3ST ECiXTA-L CHANCE AND FAIB PLAY, Single Copies, Ci Cents. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1881. NO. 46. 1! FOB THE Cheapest and Esst LINE OP Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks aud Tableware, GO TO CRAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washington Streek flie Hew York Store ( Established 1853.) NEW T YLES AND SHADES or SILK, LISLE, BERLIN, LACE TOP, Etc., FOR LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN. LACE MITTS IM BLACK, WHITE, MODE & OPERA SHADES. FOR LADIES AND CUILDREN. 80 DOZEN LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVES, At SOo. A Ilargaln. 200 DOZEN LADIES LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES A His Bargain at 35o. CTAfl Goods Marked la Plain Figures" Pettis, Iras & Co. II1DI1II1P0LIS LE1DED. Horace Morris succeeds O. F. Ada us as editor of the Louisville Bulletin. Thirteen .Negro laborers have been condemned to death in the island of St. Thomas, W. I., for engaging in a labor riot. Mr. R B. Bagby will leave for Washington, D. C, on Tuesday evenin...

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. — 25 June 1881

IIIDIiiraS LEADER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT BAGBY & CO., OFFICE, 11 MILIEU'S BLOCK Corner Illinois and Market Ms. InUred at second-class matter at th Postofflce at Indianapolis, Ind. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, 1 year...... e months M " 3 monthly... ...... ..... 1 month Clnba of six 1 ysar, each copy...- ten, 1 year, each copy ..... 32.00 . l.oo . .50 . .20 . 1.75 1.50 TIJIQ DiDPD maT fonnd on file at llllO I A I nil Geo. P. Rowell & Co.'a Kewspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St.) where adrertising contracts may be made for it in NEW YORK4 According to Mother Shipton's prophecy, the world was to come to an end last Sunday. The prophecy and the ending failed to connect, but the evening star, Venus, was visible to the naked eye at mid-day, Tues day, which is a sure sign that the world will come to an end eventu ally. The following article from that sterling Republican journal, the Terre Haute Courier, has the true ring of manhood about it: "On last Saturday night...

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. — 25 June 1881

WAITING. BT BARTON GREY. Will the Blow weeks never go? Hark! the curfew ringeth low; Into twilight soft and gray Melts at last the weary day; Once again the night Äs here. Are you thinking of me dear? AH day long my heart has heard Just one softly whispered word; All day laug your name has come To me through the bnsT hum; Everywhere in hall and street You hare tarried with me sweet. In the faces of the crowd. In the crW that echo loud, All throughout the harrying throng, All amid the strife of tongues. Nothing hare I heard or seen Save jour voice, your lace, my Queen. Other women come and go. Other foices whinper low, Other eyes grow dim or bright. Shed or Teil their changefai light; But I stand apart, alone, Waiting still for you, my own. Ah! that waiting. Do yon feel, Darling as the slow days steal Silent, one by one, away. How my heart must yearn and pray For the touch of lip and hand? Darling, do yon understand? In the daily strife and stress, Do yon see the for that press Close...

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. — 25 June 1881

TOlLuET SEI'S and VASE 3, pp Uli Id 1 games were indulged in, in fact all that pertains to making man happy was there, and all went home saying what a nice time we had. Evidently these ladies have been t ere before and know how it is done. OF BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. SUITS SELLING ELSEWHERE AT $7.00, WE SELL AT $4.75; $4.00, WE SELL AT $2.50; $3.00. WE SELL AT $1,75, ö 0 cDnQ 13 W. WasMa gtoa it GEO. HEITKLAE, IMTsLziag-er. TAGGARTS CRACKERS Aro not the CHEAPEST, but are the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARMACY OF Louis Eichrodt, (Successor to J. B. Sill,) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Drugs and Medicines, a specialty. Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liatiors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Our EXQUISITK FERFUJXES are unrivalled by any in the market for DELICA3I aiä MM! Of ODOR TOILET S0AP3 and TOILET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT GLASd BOTTLES, HAND and STAND MIRRORS. IB THE POPULAR HATTER Is on hand with ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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