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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 2 July 1881

J - 1. ü Ji.OO Pei-Year ONT ZEGTX-A-Xj AND FAIR PLAY, Single Copies,. C Cents. - NO. 47. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1881. ,6 :x f ' FOR THE Cheapest and Best Iii NE OP Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CBAPT'S Jewel Palace 5 24 East WasHnplon Street. (ESTABLISHED IN 1353.) New styles and Shades o t SILK, LISLE, BEKXIjY, LACE TOP. Etc.. 702 LADIES. HISSES AND CHILDREN LACE MITTS IN BLACK, WHITE, MODE ard OPERA SHADES. FOR mid CHILDREN. LADIES LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVES, At 50 Cents. A Bargain. LADIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. JC&-A11 Goods Marked in Fialn Figures.- PETTIS, ifESS & IIIDItlllPOLIS LEIDER. General It. S. Foster, of this citj' I has been appointed U.S. Marshal for Indiana. lion. F. G. Barbadoes, a prominent colored politician of California, is being pushed by his friends for the mission to Liberia. Gen. R. 11. Elliott, of South Caro lina, has been appointed special agent of th...

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. — 2 July 1881

IIIDIillJPOU motu PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY BAGBY Sc CO., OFFICE, 11 MILLER'S BLOCK ICorner Illinois and Market Sis. Intered & second-class matter at the Postoffice at Indianapolis, Ind. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, 1 year ....52.00 " 6 months. 1.00 sssa 3 monthi. .50 1 month. ... .20 Clnbs of ill I year, each copy " " ten, 1 year, each copy . ....... 1.75 .... 1.50 rrUfQ D 4 DP I J niaT be found on file at I nlÖ I AI nil Geo. P. Rowell A Co.'s Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contracts may be made for it in NEW TUKK.3 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 hu struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. It is reported that the laborers at -work on the Chesapeake and Ohio R. Ji., have been discharged and 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. — 2 July 1881

A IIAPPY LIFE. PARAPHRASE. FROM MARTIAL. BOOK X. Since, dearest friend, 'tis your desire to see A true receipt of happiness fiom me, These are tLe chief ingredients, if not all; ?v,,Ra fcstat seither too great nor small, hich "quantum sutticit" the doctors call; .et this estate from parents' care descend The getting it, tn much of life does spend. ra such a ground, whose gratitude may be A fair encouragement for imlustrv: Let constant fires the winter's fnfv tame, And let thy kitchen's be a vestal flame; Thee to the town let never suit at law, And rarely, very rarely, business draw. Thy active mind in e-iual temper keep, In undisturbed peace, ytt not lu sleep; Jt exercise a virous health maintain. Without which all the composition's vain. Iu the same weight prudence and iunocence take ; "Ana" of e;ich does the just mixture make. But a few friendships wear, and let them be By nature and by fortune tit for thee; Instead of art and luxury in food. Let mirth and freedom make thy table g...

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. — 2 July 1881

Iß Tl m BOYS' SUITS SELLING ELSEWHERE AT S7.00, WE SELL AT $4.75; S4.00, WE SELL AT $2.50; $3.00. WE SELL AT $1.75; GEO. TAGGARTS CRACKERS Aro not the CHEAPEST, but aro the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHAEMACY OF Louis Eichrodt, (Successor to J. B. Sill,) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Irngs and LIsdicines, a specialty. Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liauors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Eoot and Peruvian Beers. exquisite" W:kfmes are nn rivalled by any in the market for DEUCA'iY act INTEliSni of 0D03 TOILET SETS and VASES, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT GLASS BOTTLES, HAND and STAND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of CLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING and SHOE BRUSHES. A lall assortment of STATIONERY, And in fact ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usually kept in a ilRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Eenenler th9 Place. Sign ef the rsr EOETAS STBSET LAMP. - (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vermont. ITY NEWS. TO M ItSCltll...

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. — 9 July 1881

V no mm &U.UÜ Per Year. AN" EGiTX-A-lj CHAJSTC H WISTE) FAIR OPJL.A.'H', Single C'opie, O Oenlx. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, JULY 9,1881. NO. 48. Twwfn Ami f FOR THE Cheapest and Best LINE OP Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, OO TU OIR, GIFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washinplon Street. The NEW YORK- LT ORE (ESTABLISHED IN 185.J.) New Htylesand Shades of SILK, LISLE, BERLIN, LACE TOP. Etc.. FOB LADIES, VISSES AND CHILDREN LACE MITTS IN BLACK. WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR and CIIILOItErV. LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVFS. . At 50 Cents. A Bargain. LADIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. 3A11 Gooda Harked in PJaln Figures.-! IIIDIllllPOUS HIDEO. The villain Guiteau once lived in this city, and distinguished himself by jumping his board bill. One man was killed in Iowa Tues day for expressing a hope that the President would not recover. They know how to do things in that State. The latest news we received from Washington...

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. — 9 July 1881

HAILHOAD TIME TABUS. Qu a.nd Xtor Bunditr. May 18MI. IAPOLIS LEADER 9 PÜBLISUKD KVKKY S ATI KD AY BT BAGBY.& OO 9 OFFICE. II MII.I.i:i( .SUMM li .Corner Illlitol muI .llHrkcl Sim. utered as stcuod-claa matter at Indianapolis, In J. at the Ptmloflir TfcKMS OK .SUBSCRIPTION Single Copy, 1 year JJ.OO ' month " " 3 luontL....- ' ' 1 luouth - Olubs of till ysar, each ropy.... ' ton, 1 year, each copy.... l.M) ..Ml .11 1.71 1.50 THIS PA PBKK 1 found on file mI P. Howell A C. Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Sonic St Uhr advertising contractu may ! mt rr it iu NEW YORK HnWrlbw Tor (lie Lender I jet ft very colonel iiiHti who favors the elevation of hi raeo subscribe, for the Lend er; and let every white man who believes that slavery wax a t rine against humanity and that it if tho duty of the ruling race to aid the Negro in his struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. Jt in reported that there in a col ored organization at Washington pledged to take the life o...

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. — 9 July 1881

VOICKM OF IHK NHJHT. . JrM UU lmai nlht whn Jrn retired?" "Yea papa," I Mid with a yawn Behind my fan, "for tbe horrid man He Just talked on and ou. TLe more I hinted the more ha ttayed; 1 knew yon wera wakeful, too. And I told him ao but he would uot go And what con Id a poor girl do?" 'It wa very lata when you retired!" Tee papa," I frankly said. Tor the man, yon see, just talked to me. Though I yawned till my eyee were red; And 1 went eo far when the clock struck t wl ve Ae to count the ttrokee all through; But the stupid! he just wouldn't eee And what could a poor girl do?" "X t was worse thau late when you retired!' "Why I tell you pa!" I cried, "If I hinted once to the tiresome dance, 'Twaa a hundred times beside! Why, eren I said you'd been iu bed For at least Ave hours, I knew; But he tipped his chair, and still sat there So what could a poor man do?" "Well, thejeemaes-gosh! was you up all night?" "Why, papa." 1 humbly plead, 'Don't thunder so! there's a man below; And he's ...

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. — 9 July 1881

p BOYS' AND 1 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 öo Qi 3DDn 13 TAGGART'S CRACKERS Aro not the CHEAPEST, but aro tho BEST, BAKERIES Mo. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARMACY OF Louio Eichrodt, (Successor to J. B. Dill,) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Lrngs and Medicines, a specialty. Olioice Cistrs, Pure Wines and Liauors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Our EXQUISITE PEIIFUJIES are unrivalled by any In the market for DELICA J anl INTENSITY Of ODOri TOILET SKI'S and VASES, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POWDERS, KLEUANT CUT OL ASH BOTTLES, HAND and STAND MIRRORS Also a large assortment of CLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING ai:d SHOE BRUSHE. A fnll atwortment of STATIONERY, And in fact ANYTHING, EVERYTHING, usually kept In a 1 . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Semester the Place. Sign cf the tor HÖHT A3 STREET LAMP. - (ILLUMINATED AT NIOliT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vkkmont. CJ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 16 July 1881

- V . ... 'A on n .OO Per Year. A2ST EQUAL CHAISTGE .A.XrD FAIK PLAY, . Single Copies, C Cents. , NO. 49. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.; SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881. Of0(n ft n fnYnW 0(0) v at r t L 1. d FOR THE Cheapest and Best LINE OF Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO Jewel Palace, 24 East Washinrton Street. The NEW YORK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN lfttt.) New Styles and Shades of SILK, LISLE, B ERLIN, LACE TOP. Etc.. TOB LADIES, MISSES AND CH1LD3EH IjACB mitts IN BLACK. WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR LADIES and CHILDREN. :ladies' black lisle LACE TOP GLOVPS, .'At 50 Centi. A Bargain. 1L ABIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. usrAli Goods Marked in PJaln Figures.- lira, m s co. IllDlllliPOLlS LEADER. Hon. W. S. Cuney, of Texas, has declined the appointmont of Consul .to San Domingo. John Surratt and Dr. Mudd are the only survivors of Lhe gang of ruffians who plotted the assassination of President Lincoln. Robert Bell, a colored man over ...

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. — 16 July 1881

Iii U S LEI PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY- BAGBY Ac CO., OFFICE, 11 MIIXEIl'S BLOCK .Corner Illinois and Market Ms. littered as Mcond-clans matter at the PoatofQce at Indianapolis, Ind. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, 1 year .................$:.00 " M months 1.00 S month. ,, ,,,,.. .50 1 nnntk Of .M.. ... ................. ..... Globs of slxl year, each copy..... ten, 1 year, each copy....... .MW. . ..... .............................. ...... V 1.75 rriTfO niDTÜ mt; Iw found on file at 111 I ft lAl nit Ceo, P. Bowell & Co.'s Newspaper Advertising Bureau (lOSprnce St ) where advertising contract auay be made for it in NEW YORK Nubnerlbe for the Leader. liet 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. The State of Virginia owes $40, ...

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. — 16 July 1881

r OUR COLX.KftK UKLS. I passed them on u,e ui.m ugh fare. Our hundred college girls; A wavy line of faces lair. And summer robes, and ribbons rare. And speaking lips and eyes, and hair In tresses, bauds and curls. And later, as through porch and aisle I saw the bright procession file. It lightened, like a living smile. The shadows that in furls The reaches of cathedral rooms. I blessed them for their rosy blooms Of cheek and lip; for nodding plumes And fans that made their breezy swirls: For breastknot flowers and soil perfumes; For brightness In a world of glooms; Our bonnle college girls! Intent, they watched the speaker's face. Our quiet college girls; And as the great thoughts gicw apace And bloomed in words, 'twas good to trace The Impress of their royal grace On youthful brows. The pearls Of wisdom, sought and found for them. Were wasted not. Each shining gem Was gathered to the diadem The spirit wears: and whorls Of eloquence that clustered round The central stalk of thought ...

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. — 16 July 1881

TÄGGA RT'S Aro not tho CHEAPEST, but aro tho BEST. bakeries No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. -OK- Louis Eichrodt (Successor to J. . Bill.) 09 INDIANA AVNUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRIGES PRESCRIPTIONS Drags and Medicines,, a specialty. Choice Oisirs, Pure. Wines and Liauors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and penman Beers. Our EXQUISITE PERFUMES are unrtvalleU by any In the market for DELICAOY and INTENSITY of ODOR TOILET SETH and VASES, IX) I LET HOAPS and TOIUET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT ÜLA&S BOTTLES, HAND and STAND MIRRORS. s Also a large assortment of CLOTH. HAIR. TOOTH. NAIL, BHAVING and snOE BRUSHES. A full amort inent of STATION ERY, And In fact ANYTHING, EVERYTHING, usually kept In a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, dementer the Place. Sign of the - MOETAE STEBET LAMP. - (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vermont. CITY NEWS. 'TO KCBSCBIBEKH. If yon fXil to receive your ppr, no. Ilfy tili offi nt onc.- To Subscriber. It you see a blue mark on -your paper, Know" ...

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. — 23 July 1881

ii.OO Per Year. ' -.ST EQUAL CHAUgE AMD FAIR. 3?X,A.-Sr. Single Copies, C Cents. VOL. IL INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, JULY 23, lSSlf" gp, IV I .V - t r , : t I FOB THE Cheapest and Best 11 IT E OF Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CE-APT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washinrton Street. The NEW YORK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN 1853.) New Btyles and Shades of SILK, LISLE, BERLIN, LACE TOP, Etc.. FOE LADIES, HISSES AND CH1LDEE1T LACE MITTS IN BLACK, WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR mill CHILimEN. ia.xi:e?s LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVtfS, At 50 Cents. A Bargain. LADIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. t&'All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.- POT, EES ft HlDWliPDllS TO. A decree partially abolishing slav ery has been issued in Egypt. It was hotter than Gehena last -week, saj-s a friend of ours who has been reading the revised New Testa ment. Verinor made another bad break Thursday and sent down a lot of hot weather. We begin to think this...

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. — 23 July 1881

HUMS LEADER, DITUI fCTlLTk PVDHV OITPDIIIV BY BG BY Äc CO., OFFICE. 11 MILXKUN BLOCK .Corner Illinois and Market sts. Entered as second-class matter at Indianapolis, Ind. at ths Postofflcs TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, 1 year.... ...... - .12.00 . 1.00 " 6 months .. 3 montli .50 .20 1.79 1.60 1 month... Clubs of six 1 Jfar, each copy.... ten, 1 jear, each copy.... THIS PAPRKSS SÄrM Newspaper Advertising Bureaa (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contracts may be mad for it in NEW YORK 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 U the duty of the ruling race to aid the Negro in his struggle for moral, social tmd intellectual elevation do likewise. President Garfield, in spite of six doc tors and a bullet, is likely to get well. The fact borders on the miraculous. At Asbury Tark, N. Y., an institution has been established cal...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 23 July 1881

A SUMMER SHADOW. II ATT Ii. WHITNEY. Dearest, shall we find the lummtr days? Shall we find the inmmer dajs aa they were? There was beauty lu the Heavens, There wm sweetness on the earth, And we heard a song of gladness Id the rushes and the ferns, In the foamy ripple's stir; And we watched the tender twilight as it quivered o'er the tide. Till the summer moon fled down the west and died. Dearest, shall we find the light of old? Shall we find the love and freshness of the pant? Ab! 1 wonld tbe days might bring it, For the Tear has been so long! I have watched, and wept, and waited Tea, I feel the grace is lest, For its glory could not last. And a weird, unresting spirit haunts me through the ghostly night. And I watch with bitter griering for the ight. Dearest, now the summer days hare come Come with beauty, and, for others song and bloom; Bat for ns, O mourning spirit, Pead-äea fruit and vanished dreams! ' Useless hoping, Idle waiting; We have dung and we most weep Hear and heed the...

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. — 23 July 1881

TAGGART S Are not the CHEAPEST, but are tho BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARIyZACY OF Louis Eichrodt, ( Successor to J. B. Dill.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Irngs and Medicines, a specialty. Choice Oieurs, Pure "Wines and Liauors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Our EXQUISITE PERFOIES are unrivalled by any In the market for DELICACY and 1MEMY of ODOS TOILET SET8 and VASE9, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POVDERS, ELEGANT CUT GLASS BOTTLES, . HAND and STAND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of CLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING and BIIOE BRUSHES. A rail assortment of STATIONERY, And in fact ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usually kept In a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Sen enter tia Place. Sign of the - MOETAR STEHET LAMP, -i (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vermont. CITY NEWS. TO SUBSCRIBERS. If yon fail to receive your paper, no illy iblt office at once. To Subscriber Tt vou see a blue mark on your paper Know...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 30 July 1881

r u lb l (A3 IjDiSs UUd 5?S.OO JPei- Year. 3ST EQUAL CHANCE. A3STID FAIR PLAY, Single Copies, Cents. VOL. II. . INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1881. NO. 51. r .3 FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OP Watches, Diamonds,. ' Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CEAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washinrton Street. The NEW YORK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN 1S53.) New Styles and Shades of SILK, LISLE, BERLIN, LACE TOP. Etc.. 70S LADIES, HISSES AND CHILDREN LACE IfcCITTS IN BLACK, WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR " LADIES ami CHILDItEN. LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVES, A Bargain, At 50 Cents. LADIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. ess-All Onnda Marked in PJain Figur esrea mil us & co. 111DWUP0US LUDER. Blackguardism is what some news papers call Jere Black's reply to In gersoll. Justice Clifford, of the United. States Supremo Court, died in Cornice, He., Monday. Ex-Senator Conkling announces " his intention to withdraw permanent- Irom pontics, jrrouauiy iw ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 30 July 1881

- ! 1 IS LE&DE) PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT ÖA.GBY & CO., OFFICE, tl MILIEU'S BLOCK Corner Illinois and Market ats. In tared as second-class matter at the Postofflce at Indianapolis, Ind. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, 1 J oar...... ........ 12.00 MM 1.00 6 months s months .M 1 month Club of tlx I j aar, each copy. ten, 1 year, ach copy. .20 ....... 1.71 1.50 31!-! TQ D A DLMJ mT be found on Bleat nil3 lAl 111 Geo. P. Bowell A Coa ewepaper Advertising Bnreaa (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contracta may be mad for It in NEW YORK Subscribe for the Leader. Let every colored man who favors the elevation of his race subscribe tor 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 hb struggle for meral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. Postmaster General James is opinion that he has saved $2,000,000 Star Route business already. of in the the It is generally ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 30 July 1881

ADRIFT. So flowen mava Over my babe's neglected grave; And the dew it fallin, falling. And tbebirda are calling, calling Inn ttrnnge and drtamy way, To their tu a tea abont the woodland, At the fading of the day. This little tombl Ahl it filli my heart with gloom; Vor it will keep bea ing, boating. And repeating and repeatiug. All the prattle now bo tili. O I mist thee, my own darling, Let me turn where'er I will! And tears will flow. Though they're all in Tain, I know, For the sleeper lonely, lonely, Lying where only, only Blossoms drop a tender tear, Through the long and dreary night-time. For my baby moidering here. They hated me For the being I gave to thee. Ahl my brain is burning, burning, As it falters turning, turning To the seeming distant time When the world was full of gladness. For he swore he would be mine. False, false, I knowl Ahl 1 have so longed to go Where the start are shining, shining; And the wondrous rhyming, rhyming Of th Angela in the air And a hush di? iuely...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 30 July 1881

- an TAGGARTS 'Are not the CHEAPEST, but are the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. OF Louie Eichrodt, (Successor to J. S. Sill.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Drugs and Medicines, a specialty. Choice Oisprs, Fore Wines and Liauors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Our -EXQUISITE PERFUMES are unrivalled by any In the market for DELICACY Mi INTENSITY of ODOR TOILET SETS and VASES, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT GLASS BOTTLES, HAND and BT AND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of CLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING and SHOE BRUSHES. A roll assortment of STATIONERY, And In faet ANYTHING, EVERYTHING, usually kept In a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Bemember the Place. Sign of the HOBTAB STBEET LAHP. - (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE Cor. Vermont. CITY NEWS. TO SUBSCRIBERS. If yon fall o receive your paper, no. llfy this office at once. ' To Snbewribera. Ii you see a blue mark on your paper, now" that ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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