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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 6 August 1881

f .4 V...' ; poo u S.OO Per Year. .A-IST EQUAL CHAISTCE AINTJD DPV.Xc "FI-A.'Y, Single Copies, Ci Cent. VOL. II. INDIANAPOLIS, IND.,' SATURDAY, AUGUST G, 1881. NO. ,52. wmmmm A fora 5 I A I 1 W FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OF Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CBAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washington Street. The NEW YORK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN 1S53.) New Styles and Shades of SILK, LISLE, BERLIN, LACE TOP, Etc., FOB LADIES, HISSES AND CH1LDSE1I LACE MITTS " IN BLACK, WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR lADl 1Z& and CII i:L. l IIXIV. LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVPS, At 50 Cents. A Bargain. LADIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. ir All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.- mi mi & IIIDIilliPOLIS mm. Guiteau hemp. wants bail. He needs An epidemic of murder and vio lence seems to have struck Indianapo lis recently. We are compelled to leave out our Washington news this week to give place to our Richmond letter. Th Louisianian will ...

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 August 1881

I Mil PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY BAGBY Sc CO., OFFICE, 11 MILLKirsIlLOCK ICornOr Illinois nnl Starke St. Entered as second-class matter at the PostofRce at Indianapolis, Ind. TEB5S Of SUBSCRIPTION Sing! Copy, 1 yr " 6 mouths ' 3 months ....?.oo 1.00 nss 50 20 175 1.50 1 month. ...... ...... Club of six 1 year, each copy ten, 1 year, eai'h copy ......, mTJTO DiDPD n7 found on file at iHlU I A in It Geo. P. Kowell A Co.'s Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contracts may be made for it in NEW YORK Snberlbe for tliO Leader. Let every colored man who favors the olevation of his race subscribe for the Lead er; and let every whito man who believes that slavery was a crme asjainst humanity and that it is the duty of the ruling race to aid the Negro in his struggle for nwral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. GENEKAL NOTES. Bolt the door! Put up the shutters! Let the front be closed and barred : We're ostensibly at Long Branch, But we'll camp in 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. — 6 August 1881

BEAR UP, L.ITTL.K W03IAN. J. R. G. PITKI5, OF LOUISIANA. Bear up, little woman. In your vigils we share; 'twas the crime of a Cain; But his Bwift, wanton bullet stung more when it sped Than the man who undaunted lies srJttenwith pain; The soft arm of a Nation steals under hia head ! Bear up. little woman. Ah, the Nation recalls when, in grief and in wraih, he strode forth with her brand thro' stern, valorous hates. 'Mid what pallors and stains that were strewn in her rit Ti ller best lilliea and roses she burst thro' her gates! Bear up. little woman. For the Nation is tender, if iron her fists. And dismisses her feuds at the Nerth or the South While for you and for yours in her 'eyes linger mists: A new smile broadens oat the thin lines of her mou th ! Bear un. little woman. From her distatF wierd Clotho extended her hands. - To the wrists of her sisters, who falter and wait While she fast spins anew: and the uttermost lands Lift their brows and rejoice for his country and mate! Bea...

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 August 1881

TAGGARrS Are not the CHEAPEST, but are the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. FMARTvlACY -OF- Louic Eichrodt, (Successor to J. B. Bill.) 99 IIJDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Brags and Medicines, a specialty. Choice Oifirs, Pure Wines and Liauorsi Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Our EXQUISITE PERFUMES are unrttalletl by any In the market for DELICACY ui OTEMT of ODOR TOIUET 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 fall assortment of STATIONERY, And In faot ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usually kept in a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Earn eat er tie Place. Sign of tae rsr MOETAE STEEET LAMP. - (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vermont. CITY NEWS. To Subscriber. It vou see a blue mark on your paper, Know that your time is up, and that your will be discontinued unless you pay up....

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 August 1881

K..r. Hucncruto tViA pasa. he at once P liar anH Ritas' u Uli - Y Single Oopies, Cents. AIST EQUAL C3E3IA.lSrOi3 5.2.()0 Per Year. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1881. NO. 1.1 0 VOL. III. A. 1 I - , 1 a f - v FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OF Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, GO TO CRAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East Washington Street. The NEW YORK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN 185..) criticism They have undoubtedly done the best they could, and we .trust the end will crown the work. I have recently been very agreea bly entertained at my desk by calls from two of our distinguished towns men, Hon. Stanton J. Peelo, our ac complished M. C. from the Seventh District, aud Hon II. J. Bright, Ser geant at Arms of the Senate. Both gentlemen wore looking well and n excellent spirits, and your cones pondent feels honored in having the personal friendship of blh. Mr Feele made a very brief visit to I lie Capital on private busings. Me will j take up his residence here ...

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 August 1881

IIIDUIUPOLIS LUDIII PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY BAGBY Sc CO., OFFICE. II JIILXKKS 1SLOCK 'Corner IHIiioIn and Market St. at Indianapolis, lud. Bourbons have had control of the State. We are seeking this year to gather together the odds and ends of political factions and parties, to ascer tain if we can not by a united effort obtain our rights, and give the death blow to Bourbon organization and violence. The Greenback party, which is really a Republican organiz ation under another name, and with really no evil designs upon the cur- Kntered as second-class matter at the Postoftice re nCV, is willing tO Unite With tllC Republican party in the formation of TERMS OF SCBSCKirTIOS. Single Copy, 1 year - f-J.OO " months 1.00 3 montbi -. .50 1 month 20 1.75 ,.. 1.50 THE ARTESIAN WELL. The Prospect Favored Generally by the Citizens. A New Attraction to the City Where It Should Be Located. Many of the leading citizens of Indian apolis are becoming enthusiastic over the idea of an artesian wel...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 13 August 1881

lOE land of used-to-be BT JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY And here's the Und of Used-to-be, does little baby wonder? O, w will clap a magic saddle over papa's knee, And ride away around the world, and in and oat and under The whole of the golden tunny ammer-time, and aeet Leisurely and lady-like we'll joetle on our journey And let the pony bathe hU hooves and cool thtni in the dew. A he slide down the shady way. and lags along the ferny And the green grassy ledges of the lane we travel m rough And then we'll canter on to catch the bubble of the thistle As it bumps among the butterflies, and glimmers down the bud. To leave us Umzhine-. all content to hear the robin whistle. Or guess what Katydid is saying little Katy's done. And pausing here a minute, where we hear the squir rel chuckle At he darts from ont tr-e onderbnsh, leaves and I oneysnckle To wreathe around our forht ads, riding into Used to-be; For here's the very rim of it that we go swinging over Don't yon hear the fairy bugles, and 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. — 13 August 1881

TAGGARTS Arc not the CHEAPEST, but aro the BEST, BAKERIES Ho. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARMACY -OF Louis Eichrodt, (Successor to J. 2. Dili,) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Erngs and Medicines, a specialty. Oioice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liauors, Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Eoot and Peruvian Beers. Our EXQUISITK PERFUMES are unrivalled by any in the market for DELICAST and IKTENSITT of 0D03 TOILET 8ETS and VASF.3, 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 ERUSIIEs. A full assortment of STATIONERY, And in fact ANYTHING, EVERYTHING, usually kept in a IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Eeaenfcer tho Place. Sign cf the Jtsr MOETAS STREET LAMP. (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vermont. CITY XEH'S. TO SIKSCRIHEHS. If yon fail to receive yonr paper, no tlfy this oiliee nt once. To Subscriber. " It vou see a blue mark on your paper, Kn...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 20 August 1881

Cr n m Iii Pl IIWBIII III T ? III I III III im www y 52.00 Per Year. A2ST EQUAL. CHANCE -A.UXT1D FAIR PLAY, Single Copies, CS Cents, VOL. III. INDIANAPOLIS, IND., SATUKDAY, AUGUST 13, 1881. NO. 1. V 1 FOB THE Cheapest and Best LINE OP Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks and Tableware, CO TO . CRAFT'S Jewel Palace, 24 East WasMnpton Street. The NEW YORK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN 1853.) New Styles and Shades of SILK, LISLE, BERLIN, LACE TOP. Etc.. FOS LADIES, HISSES AND CHILDBEH LACE MITTS IN BLACK, WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR, ana CIIILDHEN. LADIES LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVüS, At 50 Cents. A Bargain. LADIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. ss-All Goods marked in PJaln Figur es.sa PETTIS, S H1DI1111P011S MM. General Grant has invested $90,000 in a house in .New York City. It is exDected that ex-Senator x Conklinir will be a deles ate to the (J - approaching Republican Convention in New York. Captain Howgate, of the U. S. Sig nal Service, lately 6...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 20 August 1881

wmumi Mil PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT ' BAGBY Ac CO., OFFICE, 11 MILLER'S LOCK Corner Illiuois nnl Market Stn. Entered as arcond-clase matter at th Postofflce at Indianapolis, lud. TKBMS OF SUBSCUIPTION. Single Copy, 1 year... fJ.OO fi Month 1.00 " 3 nion t !..... . .56 1 month 20 Olnba of sixl year, each copy... ............. 1.74 ten, 1 year, each copy 1.50 mrTin TllDPlJ n,aT he found on file at Inlo I Al Till Geo. P. Bowell i Co.'l Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10Spruceit ) where advertising contractu maybe made for it in NEW YORK Nnbtcrlbw 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 erme against humanity and that itU the duty of the ruling race to aid the Nesjro in his struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. These are sad imlon-choly days. Prohibition lacked over 100,000 votes of being successful in North Carolina. This week has been one of ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 20 August 1881

MOTHER'S HUCKLEBERRY PIES. BY MAUD MILLER. How oft goes memory back to childhood, ?en Picking be-ries on the hill, lta pail in hand I'd strip the bushes Along with little brother Will. hat cared we for the heats of summer. With broad straw hat tlpied o'er our eyes? or, with those very huckleberries Our mother made those famous pies. I see her now, dear cherished mother, With apron as white as snow. Her plump arms bare up to the elbow, And on her cheeks a rosy glow ; I seem to see her roll the pie crust. And fill the ulates of laruen size: For well she knew how hungry children Enjoyed her huckleberry pies. And father: he'd come in from haying, And stand by mother very near, And say: "Xow, wife, in all the township None make such pies as you, dear. Except, perhaps, my dear old mother: Why, at the Fair, you'd take the prize. Come, children, now we'll all to dinner. And have a feast of mother's pies." Those dinners now I well remember. Within the kitchen lanre and cool; Those summer day...

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 August 1881

TAGGART'S Are not tho CHEAPEST, but aro the BEST, BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street. PHARMACY -ÜF- Louis Eichrodt, (Successor to J. B. Till.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. AT DOWN TOWN PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS Enxgs and Medicines, a specialty. Choice Cigars, Pure Wines and Liauors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Is Our EXQUISITE PERFUMES are unrivalled by any in the market for DELICACY ani INTENSITY Of ODOR TOILET SETS and VASES, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT UL.A.S3 BOTTLES, HAN'U and STAND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of CLOTH. HAIR. TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING and SHOE BRUSHES. A full assortment of STATIONERY, And in fact ANYTHING, EVERYTHING, usually kept in a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Eemenber the Place. Sign of the ear MOSTAS STREET LAMP. (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE. Cor. Vermont. CITY XEH'S. TO SL'IiSCKIliKUS. If run foil to receive your paper, no lify thin office at once. To Subscriber. It you see a blue mark on your pa...

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 August 1881

i ... . . . . . . :n . .u:i. c nances mis ivvereiKu wun lueutfaiu i . Hi is cm Ay x r a i 1 WW !a.OO JPer Year. VOL. III. -A-IST ECXJA-Ij CHANCE AND FAIR FX.A.ST, Single Copies, 45 Cents. NO. 3. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27,1881. J The NEW YORK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN 1S53.) New Styles and Hb ad es of SILK LISLE, BERLIN, LACE TOP. Etc.. FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN LACE MITTS IN BLACK, WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR L,AIli; hihI CIIILDUEN. LADIES' BLACK LISLE LACE TOP GLOVüS, At 50 Cents. A Bargain. LADIES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 CentR. sAll Goods Harked in PJain Figures.- PETI1S, TO 5 CO, lliirOllS LilDEI). The Press Association at Chicago warmly endorsed the policy of col ored teachers for colored schools. Through an oversight in making up last week, the date and number of the previous week were allowed to stand unchanged. Instead ot August 13, No. 1, it should have been August 20, No 2. We call the attention of our readers to our new Ohio Dep...

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 August 1881

r if : Z1 1 IIIDIilllPOLIS LUDH 9 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Sc CO., OFFICE. 11 9IILU2irS BLOCK Corner Illinois) aud Market M. late red as' second-class matter I Indianapolis, I od. at th. Poatoffice . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, I jear... , 52.00 6 months...... 1.00 3 montbi .. 1 month......... Olnbs of tlx 1 year, each copy...... ... .20 1.75 ' ten, 1 year, each copy 1.60 TIIIC DlDfD my found on file at I II O I A I VilX Geo. P. Rowell & Co.'s Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contracts maybe mad. for It Id MCW YORK NnbHcrlbn forctlie 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 wa3 a crme asrainst humanity and that It is the duty of the ruling race to aid the .T egro in his struggle for moral, social and intellectual elevation do likewise. liKXKRAL NOTES, PERSIAN LOVE SONO. "Tell me, gentle traveler, thou Who hast wandered far and wide. Seen...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 27 August 1881

IN TWOS. Somewhere in the world there hide Garden gatf s that no on see Save they come in happy twoa Not in ones, nor yet in threes. Bat from ere ry maiden's door Leads a pathway straight and true; Mspsand surveys know it not; He who finds, finds room for two. Then they see the garden gates! Never skies so bine as theirs, Never flowers so many sweet As for those who come in pairs. Round and ronnd the alleys wind. Now a cradle bars their way, Now a little mooed behind So the two go through the day. When no nook in all the lanes Bat has beard a song or sigh, Lo! another garden gate Opens as the two go by! In they wander, knowing not; Tive-and-twent" fills the air With a silvery echo low. All about the starteld pair. Happier yet these garden walks; Closer, heart to ueart they lean, Stiller, sofier falls the light: Few the twos, and for between. Till at laut, as on they pass Down th path so eil they know, Unco again at hidden gates Stand the two; they enter slow. Golden gates of fifty y...

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 August 1881

TAGGART'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 Cigars, Pure Wines and Liauors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Our EXQUISITE PERFUMES are unrivalled by any In the market for DELICACY and INTENSITY of ODOR TOILET SETS and VASE3, TOILET SOAPS and TOILET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT GLASS BOTTLES, HAND and STAND MIRRORS. Also a large assortment of CLOTH, IIAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHaVINO and SHOE BRUSHES. A lull assortment of STATIONERY, And In fact ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usually kept In a . IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, Benenfcer the Place. Sign of the W MOBTAB STBE3T LAMP. (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vermont. CITY XEHS. TO SÜBSCBIIIEBM. ir yon fall to receive your paper, no tify tliU office at once. To Knberlber. It you see a blue mark on your paper. Know" t...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 10 September 1881

- .. . - " . , . . i v. . i L " -.V"- yi m hi n i hi hi Iii ni 11 ri m hi vii 11 WW r Sli.OO Pex- Ye ar. EGiXJ-A-X. CHANCE FAIR PLAY, Single Copies, Cents. NO. 5. V7OL. III. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1881. I Cr LLrn 7 - I 1 The NEW YOäK STORE (ESTABLISHED IN 135.5.) New 8tyle and Shades of SILK, XISLE, BCRLIX, LACE TOP. Etc.. FC3 LAEIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN ACIE MITTS IN BLACK. WHITE, MODE and OPERA SHADES. FOR IAI)li:4 mill CIIIT 'TtlSIV, LA LI BI ACK LISLE LijV TOP GLOV S, At 50 Cents a Bargain QOO IDOZSiJN jLADES' LACE TOP LISLE GLOVES. A Big Bargain at 25 Cents. fcarAll Goods Marked in PJain Figures.-a 'm m & co, COaRESPONDENOE. I Correspondents will pletxe make their communi cations us trief and coDcise as ponaiLle. Owing to our limited pacn, wo are frequently compelled to l.-aT out niHlter thkt wewouitl like to publieh, but can uot Tor want of pace. All letters outside of Id liuDapoliü should remh n Thursday. All comma- niottiona written on both sides ...

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. — 10 September 1881

lUDlAIlAPOUS LUDER, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT BAGBY & CO., OFFICE, 11 MILUBirS BLOCK .Corner Illinois and Market fttav. Entered aa wcoud-claaa matter at the Poatofflca at Indianapolis, Ind. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Copy, 1 year . ,12.00 . 1.0 nonths.. " 3 months 1 month.. .20 1.7 Globe of 1x1 year, each copy ..... ten, 1 year, each copy-.. ... l.M THIS PAPRKSZ p. tM! Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce St ) where advertising contracts maybe made for it In NEW I0BK. Mabucrtb 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 believe that slavery wa.s 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. The .Republicans made a clean sweep in the San Francisco election Thursday, electing the Mayor by 2,500. ssssstms The friends of Dr.II.IIighland Gar nett, of 2sew York, presented him with a...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 10 September 1881

1 7 r 1 7 - ( y SONGS OF BIRDS. BY AUGUSTA WEBSTER. The ak y lark's song: "Arise, arise! Oh free glad wlugs, wk the air; On, on. above, the light ia there; P s the taint clouds and know the akiea. Oh Uueness! oh deep, endleaa height! Uh unveiled inn ! 01 ecstacy of upward night ! I mount I I mount I Ob akiea! oh ami!" The sparrow's song: "Let be to aoar: Skies blacken under niht or rain; Wild wina are weary all in Tain. Lo, the fair earth, the fruitful atore ! And the dear aunbeama travel down, And warm our eaves. And briug gaj Ummer to the town. Oh aun! oh bloom! oh safe warm eaves!" The linnet's song; Oh joy of spring I Oh blithe surprise of life! And flowers Wake in the birthday April houra, And wonder, and are fair, and bring New promiae of new joy to be. Oh hope! oh Now! Oh blosoom breaking on the treel I live! Oh day! oh happy Now!" The nitcbt-owl'a aong: "The flow era go dead, Weak flowere that die for heat or cold, That die ere even apring turna old; And with few houra the d...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis leader. — 10 September 1881

T. O. HOBT035T, 47 UOBTH ILLI1TOIS STBEET WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER IN A KD SEWIITG- MAOHIITB GOODS Agent for the Household and the "New Remington" 4 Drawer, I'ox Top, Drop Leaf of Singer Pattern Machine, $26.50. Machines for rent. Second hand machines cheap. All kinds of machines repaired and warranted. Need'-s, Oil and Attachments for all machines. GET YOUR And ail yoar School Supplies, sach as Hlates. Sti ap. Spoui?, Satchels, etc., where, for eacn and every book, will be HIM If HI A Handsome Durable Cloth Cover at Eichrodts 99 INDIANA AVENUE, Cor Vermont KOTICE! Bring or send yonr list for Scbool Books, In cluding all suppiles, and you may rest assured that a cover will be on, or with the book:. Sold at List, or Down Town Prices. Ben enter tie Fl&ce. Sign of t&9 MOBTAS STREET LAMP. -& (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) CITY NEWS. TO SUBSCBIBERS. ir you fall to receive yonr paper, no tify this office at once. To Subscriber. It you eee a blue mark on your paper, Know" that your...

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