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Indianapolis Leader (Newspaper) - December 4, 1880, Indianapolis, Indiana The Indianapolis leaded i a3er year an equal Chance and fair play. Single copies 5 cent. Vol. Ii. Indianapolis ind., saturday december 4, 1880. No. 17. A Large Stook of menus boy s and children a clothing. All styles and qualities at Low Price can be Tondat the c. O. D. Clothing House 13 West Washington Street. T for fall or Winter Wear. All styles All sizes All prices t i for the cheapest and Best line of latches diamonds jewelry silverware clocks and tableware go to crafts jewel Palace 24 East Washington Street. Here we come with the bist Iii 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 specially of All kinds of feed in Large and a Nail quantities free delivery. Wood and Coal. To e flannel department a or Tiik h. Wamsley 178 Indiana Avenue Indianapolis ind. Peter Rocker dealer in All kinds of mend country produce flour and feed. 494 West North Street. A. Caylor Whu Lemle Aud retail dealer in Wood Coal and Coke flour and feed i1? 7 Indiana Avenue. A t a a Quot a a a a John Kidd Attore and Counselor at Law notary Public booms 23 Tad 20 Thorpe Block. 87 e. Market Street Indianapolis ind. Proprietor a the worlds collection new York store offers Bales a of Plain Scarlet flannel. Bales a of Plain a Ray flannel. Bale of Plain Blue flannel. Bales a of willed hear let flannel. Bale of willed a Ray flannel. Bales of willed Blue flannel. It lot a Fin foiled flannel in All sly a la a a for suiting. A full a orment of White flannel Denieto All Wool and Mlaker. Factory flannel in a great variety of a Tyler. Eastern . In Plain Ami fancy plaid. A Large a Tock opera Flam Nell in All a had a. A Rary a ctr a Tock of blankets t comforts allot Nur wll known Low Price. Collar Mona specially. promptly at landed to in Ali Parta of the United state. Money to Ilo a. Is. Dont you forget Pettis Ivers amp co. India no Polis doer it has been tour years since senator Conklin crossed the thresh hold of the White House. He can enter without embarrassment in the afternoon of March 4. A movement is on foot to establish a Colony of coloured people in new Mexico. This is a move in the right direction. The soil is Fertile and the climate congenial to the people of the Fin if states. It it the Hatter 99 23 South Illinois st. Occidental hotel. W. W. Hoover Lawler in Staple and fancy quo be eyes country produce a specially -40� Indiana a a. Bowens Stewart amp co dialer8 in school books miscellaneous books a rim papers. Wrap pig papers slates Peis pencils inks fancy papers Etc 18 w Washington st i diam Apoi als ind. The exodus. There can be no doubt now that in a very Short time we shall see such an exodus of coloured people from the South As we have never seen before. The brutal instincts of the Southern people will not permit them to treat the coloured people decently. Change of place and associations will have inspiring and elevating influence on the sex slaves. The depopulation of the Southern states will Paupe Rize the sex rebels and make Way for foreign and Northern settlers who have Correct notions of the Freedom and Equality of men Cincinnati department. I Hafk i a Arranka. To the people of Cincinnati. In subscribing for the Picador done to imagine it is like the citizen and review papers which never fulfil their promises. The Leader is already on a firm basis in ind Anapolis and throughout Indiana. What we want is a Large list in Cincinnati to help us further along. Never be afraid of the Leader. For Many years it has been a Muchley debated question As to whether Cincinnati could sustain a coloured paper and if the numerous failures can be Worth anything to count on we should judge no. The coloured american 1844-4�the Herald of Freedom 1856coloured citizen 1866-67and the declaration and review have had their Days few in number and an untimely end. 8ipce a coloured paper can not live Here Why should to not join hands with the Bagby Bros., of Indianapolis who have after untiring exertions met with Well earned Success in establishing a live coloured newspaper and who Are now willing to devote a fair space to Cincinnati and its citizens. The Bagby Bros have made full arrangements in having All the news of the week and of events in the coming week to be published and handed to Cincinnati readers by saturday noon. This can be attained and is within the reach of All by subscribing through the Leader agent in this City. The rates Are $2 per year $1 per half year 50c. For three months 20c. For one month in Advance. The Leader agent will receive subscriptions for the year Naif year Quarter or month. Let All join in aiding the Bagby Bros in their Noble purpose by subscribing when the agent Calls. Orang , a Large and appreciative audience gathered at Allen Temple a. M. E., last thanksgiving night the occasion being a grand literary and musical concert for the Benefit of the above named Church of which the Rev. R. A. Johnson is pastor. From the regular programs circular which was freely distributed Over town we learn that Tom w. Johnson. Esq., was director and miss lean a c. Young pianist. Shortly after 8 of a a clock or. Joenson mounted the stand and announced that the exercises would be opened by the Rev. A a Johnson with a prayer after which the exercises were gone through without a single break. The har Eer Sisters and Brothers Sang a using be be Ovah a praises a which proved to be a very Beautiful sacred Quartetti. Or. Willis .1. Ross i huh of 80 Gaines High school declaimed Quot the Battle of glory a a in excellent style there being but one thing which marred the Beauty of the declamation and that was Bis voice grew softer toward the last and he could hardly be understood. A duet called Quot must i then etc.,�?T was then rendered by miss Susie Johnson and or. John m. Lewis. We regretted to see the Sweet voices of those singers wasted upon a song of such simple and Ordinary Melody and expected after the musical experience each of them has had that something far sweeter and a trifle More difficult would have been rendered by them. Miss Moore who recently at the graduating exercises of Gaines High school carried of All the honors by her finished diction and magnificent eloquence followed with a decl mation entitled Quot the Taek when we attempt to describe this declamation such was the Grace Beauty and elegance of the rendition and such the poetry in her motions that we Fain would exclaim or Pur and eloquent blood spoke in her Baeke and so Diat Littly wrought that on Ini in almost ear her body thought. This declamation was the one priceless of the occasion. The Iii Sci Leanna c. Young and Minnie Mosby rendered piano recitations with great credit to themselves. Messes. Chas d. Horner and Tom w. Johnson both of g. Ii s. Class of 79, and teachers in the City schools read the former one entitled a some essays pleasures of education a and the latter Ono called "culture.�?T these subjects were ably and thoroughly handled by these Young men yet. We would enjoin them to the use of Small words. Big words always hit an audience but they done to know what Hurt them. Or. Horner very unfortunately allowed his voice to fall away Down into guttural tone like unto Geo. Vav. Williams and it sounded very Peculiar for one so Young to assume such a brobdingnagian voice. However his modulation and pronunciation were excellent. Or. Johnson at the very beginning fell into a very taking and agreeable tone and had be not became wearied toward the last of his essay it would have been almost perfect. Or Johnson was flattered by an invitation signed by several gentlemen present to repeat his essay at some near occasion. The old Heads have generally had a monopoly of the essay business heretofore and these Young me thave made Anoble innovation. The Miles Hattie Todd of g. H. 8. Class of is and miss Flora Peterson declaimed with excellent taste and with their accustomed and Well known ability. . J. Monroe Sang Quot my sweetheart when a boy a a Verv nicely. Messes. Johnson Triplett Lewis and Ross and Mieses Watson and Johnson appeared several times in qua tettes etc., fell Short of what could to expected of them because they had not practice sufficiently. Nevertheless their selections were very Sweet and were rendered Well just so so. The Success of this concert is All due to the untiring exerting and ability of or. Tom w. Johnson who is Well known in u. B. F. Circles All Over the country. Hack bruised but still in the ring Allek Samre the patrons of the Leader will remember that the Cincinnati correspondence was for months be sprinkled with items like this a Freemont Anderson went to Hamilton last sunday a a Fred Anderson was in Lexington last week a a a hen. Forte says the Gir of Louisville Art Davies a and so on a had nausea in our report of the Smith banquet and referring to these numerous items just mentioned we said naming those who were present and the Throe celebrated 11. Forte Fred. Anderson and Freemont Anderson. This harmless notice gave mortal offence to the Anderson Brothers who at once announced the purpose of giving your correspondent a heating. True to that Promise. On sunday evening last just As we st died into hogans Fred. Anderson raw Hida in hand made the promised attack and was backed by his brother Freemont. There was a Lively Tussel for a minute or two blows were Given and received on both sides and blood drawn from All parties a pistol which we were using As a club exploded and eventually the two Gilt eged proved too much for us and we were badly stamped by Tho number sixteen brogans of Freemont. Now we will at any moment undertake to surpass the Andersons in gentility of deportment or amount of brains but in a muscular contest eleven feet ten is rather much for five feet seven. We truly regret that this occurred in hogans rooms because he had opened them that respectable Young coloured men could have a meeting place free from the allurements of gambling and drinking. It is a pity that his Good intentions should be interfered with by such an act of Ruffia ism. As for us thou somewhat bruised we Are still in the ring and smiling. We propose to Quot shoot Folly As it flies and catch the manners living As they if my pen chances to prick the skin of some Ruffian and he gets mad we will have to stand the Conse quinces. The world must jog on thou fools do object to motion Holmes Dat in the Gaines and w Ester % school. Some months ago superintendent John b. Peaslee of the City schools introduced the Happy idea of devoting an hour of different Days in the year to the Celebration of americans great poets. On these Days poems of the selected author Are declaimed and Short biographies and sketches of him read the purpose being to acquaint and familiarize the children with the poets their lives and works. Holmes Day was celebrated in the following style at the Gaines and Western school. Quot the boys a and Quot old Ironsides a were recited by the class. A Bill and Joe by James Arundell and the a the last Leaf by miss Jessie Swett also a Battle of Lexington a by miss Marietta Oglesby. Holmes favorite poem a the chambered Nanti Luau was delivered by the class. On Friday december 24, this school will celebrate the poets of the Ohio Valley namely Kinney Cutter Gallagher and others the coloured patrons of the school Are expected to he present that Day As the occasion will he made interesting. Pursuant to amp Call issued by Fountain Lewis jr., a number of persons assembled at the i Nion Baptist Church last wednesday evening to discuss and agree upon some plan of raising Money for the orphan Asylum. After some consideration it was determined to Render the cantatas of Esther and Daniel during the holidays. When these cantatas were played some time ago Large audiences were attracted and hence we judge these cantatas will he a treat to All lovers of Good singing. A few of the patriarch of this City spent last Friday evening As the guests of col Kobert Harlan rather an opening was spent and All departed with kindest re. Collections of their Host. Or. Thomas Triplett the popular principal of third Street school last sunday bad seven degrees added to his masonic record. Tom is quite popular among the lodges Bolding the clerkship in one or two or. C. W. Reynolds teacher in Wilmington o., and Boon companion of a a Raign a visited this City on thanksgiving Day. From him we gleaned several Points concerning ltd no of which is when several of the teachers remained in Springfield after a teachers Institute and under a Wra Ign so leadership were going to organize a co Loreed teachers association hut lol and behold Raign commenced to speak of Quot mixed a sudden transition rut or. Reynolds is a very pleasant Young Man who likes to let o very body know with what ladies he corresponds. week we Spike of the departure of Hon. Geo. W. Williams for new Mexico on a business trip. A party of new York capitalists Are planning to Purchase land and establish a Colony of coloured people out there and George has gone out to see after the possibilities. The building of the coloured orphan Asylum seems to have a very unfortunate site. First a Street on one Side took off a strip of their land and soon after a Street on the other Side did likewise. Now the great Northern Railroad comes to the front and wants to go hang through almost. We next expect to hear of a Tunnel from China coming through from below. Can t the coloured people get up a big Boom for a new building and lot somewhere else the desire of office under the new administration a amps not commenced to Boom among the coloured folks vet there Are several prominent politicians a it town who would just As soon hold a foreign Mission As not. Ohio was the great Center of the late political contest and it is Well known that the a a coloured troops fought nobly a so we shall look for a few offices handed around in town Here. A. S. Thomas Philip Miller John Pornell and William Warner will spend the holidays in Indianapolis. Philip Miller entertained a number of Young gents at his room tuesday eve preparing for Holiday amusements. A misunderstanding Between Herbert Clark and Fred Anderson at i Logan Sbarber shop caused some shooting sunday eve. The Many friends of miss Moss Are glad to hear that she will visit the Queen City again. A miss Kate Dalton of Nashville tenn., and brother or. J. S. Dalton and miss Millie e. Row of the East end will leave next monday night for new London Huran county Ohio to attend the marriage of their Cousin miss Jennie b. Childs formerly resident of Clinton. Mas. The wedding will take place w wednesday evening dec. 8th, and is promised to be quite a Brilliant affair. J. H. F. Or. C. P. Reynolds of we Ilmington With two of i friends messes. Win. Felt ing and Henry Gowans took Tea with messes. Fountain Lewis or. And we. Mayo sunday afternoon nov. 28 at the residence of or. F. Lewis or. It is Learned that the Voung men enjoyed themselves splendidly. The time arriving for or. Reynolds departure Home the above named Young men accompanied him to the train. Laurence. Or. L. R. Lewis will of course continue As heretofore to furnish the Leader to our Cincinnati patrons who prefer to take it by the week. Believing that a Good Many of our Cincinnati friends would prefer to become regular subs Riviers for the Leader we have arranged with and duly authorized or. Herbert a. Clark of 291 Poplar Street to solicit and receive subscriptions for the Leader. We Trust that the people of Cincinnati Hutu become sufficiently acquainted with the Leader to understand that it is a permanent institution and that every subscriber will receive the paper regularly during the entire period of his subscriptions. A it or agent is authorized however to take annual Semi annual quarterly and monthly subscriptions thus making it possible Lor every family to have the Leader by making the trifling outlay of Twenty cents a month. The payments in Advance will enable us to make decided improvements in the eight. Leaser. Bloomington hat. City was with us and preached two Able sermons one in the afternoon and one at night. The elder is a Quot whole team in the pulpit or out of it. There were 47 communicants. Collections Over $26.hurrah for Garfield. Lex. Clave last o Henna. The Voung men of the East end have organized a literary society and Are progressing finely. Rev. K. B. Johns has not been re engaged for another year by the i. Zion congregational Church. Your correspondent does most decidedly endorse the stand taken by the Leader in respect to gen. Schofield. He is neither needed or any other Man of that stand or wanted any longer in that capacity at West Point. That Kip Van Winkle is exactly fifteen years behind the people of to Day if he believes the treatment received by coloured men at w get Point is similar to that received by them elsewhere. He says this is the kind of stud his mind is filled with. A u. 8. General he is said to be. The Central High school gives a concert in the Hall on the 23d. There is a grand look out for two More weddings within the next month. Miss Mable Holmes of Tho East end entertained a number of her friends at her residence on last Friday afternoon. Tho it. Zion congregational Church is having some trouble with its pastor Rev. R. B. Johns. It is hoped that everything will be straightened As Bis year is up de Cember 1 st. Quite a number of Youg gentlemen and ladies were very finely entertained at or. John Stanley a residence on Harmon Street on the afternoon of the 25th, by the misses Stanley and j. Stanleyjr. In the evening of the 24th, p. Chavous and mrs. Chew were United in marriage by . H. Jackson of the a. M. Church. The reception was held at their Home on Newton Street. The a. M. Sewing Circle held a thanksgiving dinner at the Church and bazaars on that and the following evening. The exercises of the first evening were very Good a a specially the singing of miss Short. Non nolo. Non nolo a Randoms. Miss Jennie Townsend is Home again from Chicago where she has been on a very lengthy visit. Miss Jesse Gordon has recovered. Miss. Rielly of East Saginaw is visiting Mas. Clifford of California Street. Terre Han the. There is talk of rear Grant zing literary society which did m Days Agone. D. K. Cuningham says the Turkey at or Clarks on thanksgiving Day was delicious messes Anderson amp Chinn have opened a Coal Yard in the Western part of the City. Samuel Archer contemplates having a Possum dinner at an Early Date. Lee Hawkins has already been Given the contract to Supply the opossums for the occasion. Miss Charlotte Blake who has recently been on the sick list is now Able to attend school. The Sabbath school convention met at Allen Chapel last sunday afternoon and listened to papers from miss Johnson miss White and messes. Anderson Jackson and Guthrie. The next meeting will occur at the Baptist Church. E r. Bagby went to Indianapolis tuesday to look after the interests or the state for a few Davs. Oil de Pekan do i. A Woi cola i have Lieen silent for sometime for Foar of Craig no a Quot invincible Lance. I like his articles and read them with a great Deal of satisfaction. But it seems to me that it would be better for a gentleman of his culture to advise rather than to poke fun at those who under a Cloud of diff culture Are trying to do something for themselves and for their race. For my part i see nothing objectionable in signing any name the writer of a newspaper article Mav wish. It certainly does not affect the article. I am of the opinion that he will have enough to do to organize his a a coloured teachers association. A now or. Editor i can not As or. Hovels used to say Quot for the life of me a see the use of it. We have been Labouring for years to do away with the color line and just Why Raign wishes to keep it up 1 done to understand. Will he Rise and explain elder John ii. Clay has raised and paid on the Church debt $160, in the ten weeks he has been Here which is just $160 More than any minister bus done in the last five years. The schools Are getting along nicely. The coloured people Are doing All they can for the cause of education. The weather is very cold thermometer four degrees below Zero. Our quarterly meeting i Over and was a grand Success. Elder r. Titus of your in tha Abla by Quot Nevar do pair it la Iarj and Batter always to hop than Onca to nil Despe Randum should he our motto while journeying through life. With it Ever before us we have no fear of failure in what we May desire to accomplish. By determining to never despair we fortify ourselves against the ills of life and Are better enabled to endure its hardships. When calamities or severe afflictions befall us we Are Apt to despair to lose All Hope of a Morrow that May Dawn for us Bright and cloudless. We seem to lose All Power to look beyond the present. We forget that adversity can not last always. That there is a before us. And that the Power is Oure to make our lines either a Bright and glorious Triumph or a blight. That we Are want to regard As the evils of life sometimes proves life s Blessing. Adversity in whatever form it May come is not without its Good effect on us. If we never knew adversity we could not rightly appreciate Prosperity. If there were no Cloudy Days the Bright ones would soon become monotonous and we would cease to value them As we now do. We would know nothing of the thrill of pleasure caused by the sudden flood of Bright warm sunlight the first after Manv Days of dreary darkness. We Felt the whole weight of the a loud bad settled on our Spirite and had shut out the Light forever. But nil Dos Perandus. The Clouds Are moving slowly and Over and anon to Oatch glimpses of Blue sky and soft Shirver Ings of Light. Presently the Sun bursts on our delighted vision reflecting a Shower of glory on us. It seems to pervade our whole being to transform us into beings of another sphere. The Cloud has been lifted from our hearts and the glory of the Bright Sun has shone away the gloom. No matter How heavy our sorrows May be we should Bear them with patience remembering they Are sent to us for some Good purpose perhaps to prepare us for a Fuller appreciation of Tho blessings we Are constantly receiving from the hand of a kind and indulgent father. Terre haute ind. Clio. The Wabash much Good in piles closed with a very appropriate lecture on the subject of futurity. Fractions. Hon. Graham Dewell spent thanksgiving in Dayton among the ladies. The Jug making at North Street was both attractive and amusing. Or. Robert Conner has gone to Cincinnati on business. Misa d. Nidie a handsome Young lady from Xenia is stopping with mrs a. James. Lone Star Hall and banquet on the 23d. Don t you forget it. A Bright look ahead. Gulden in la people who Are always anticipating trouble Are commonly like those who Are on the Outlook for social snub and slights they find what they look for. If half the time were Given to planning for pleasure that is occupied in looking ahead at work and worry we should All be a Good Deal happier. The habit and Knack of making pleasant times instead of waiting for them to happen is not enough studied in our Homes. U expected delights Are no More truly god sends than those that we earn by providing for them though they often seem so from the Sweet surprises they bring and from the natural satisfaction we All eel in a extras a whether from heaven or Earth. The Home Timo of the year is near upon us. The altar fires will toon be lighted the evening lamps already glow at the Center of the Home Circle and the Long evenings bring their old opportunities for intellectual and social life. Is it not Worth while for the Home makers and their assistants of All degrees to plan a Little to make these Long so sons of indoor life As varied and attract Ive As possible the Wise parents will of course make As generous a provision As they can in the Way of books Aud games and fascinating amusements and employments for the children. If you done to want the Hoys in mischief and the girls in idleness you must furnish them with innocent and Normal activities. The healthful Little Hoy that will stay contentedly and quietly in the House with Only his last years toys books that Are either too old too Young or too stupid to interest him and parents whose first and last command is that no shall Quot keep still a and bother nobody is either an Angel or a Simpleton probably the latter. A Little Wise provision will secure a Winter Garden of Flowers or some useful fancy work for the girls perhaps in preparation for Holiday presents a new Magazine for every month books from the Public Library a Box of paints or Draugh Ting implements a foot late and set of tools or a Coop of hens for the Hoys something new and interesting for each according to their tastes or inclinations. There Are Many leaser things also that go to make up a Happy Home life for the children and so for their elders. How Many mothers forget to Lay in a Supply of nuts of various sorts for the Winter evenings to have a hag of popping Corn Hung convenient to the Kitchen fire to give the boys a regular treat to keep always a barrel of eating apples where they can Supply the children a lunch baskets and pockets it takes a Good Many things to make a Home and forethought is one of the indispensable a forethought not merely for food and Comfort but for culture recreation employment happiness. Fallen great Aesa. National citizen 8ot<ii-r. A wounded Wolf is torn to pieces and devoured by his companions. The Law holds Good in the higher order of wolves of which Man is a fair representative. When Napoleon was at the Zenith of his Power he Rew the world after him. He was a hero and a worshipped god. When he was a prisoner and exile those who had been loudest in his praises denounced him. Below we have some extract from a valuable Book known by the name of a gleanings for the curious Quot in which is the record of Napoleons Advance upon Paris after his escape from Elba. Were it not so sad to think How changeable human nature is it would be truly laughable to read of the Rise and fall of the barometer of political feeling. In 1816, the French newspapers announced the departure of Bonaparte from Elba his Progress through France and his Entrance into Paris in the following Man. Ner March 9. The thaiss cling la apr fag Ell. The second Baptist Church of this City gave a general dinner and supper in the wigwam which was neatly fitted up for the occasion. Early in the morning the Church Loving Sisters and Brothers could be seen on duty preparing the dinner of thanks in the most inviting manner such As caused the Jawbone of the traveler to drop As he stopped in simply to take a Peep. Promptly at 12 o clock All was in order and hungry men and women were seen coming from All directions with an expression of gratitude and a significant understanding that thanksgiving was not to he mistaken for fast Day but vis a vis. At 7 of clock a Large concourse of people wore present eager to learn and witness the great display of Talent which was correctly termed the great attraction. Miss Hattie d. Yates with a poem written especially for the occasion was first to Greet our anxious expectation. Mias Emma g. Jackson followed with a Beautiful selection from Shakespeare. Hon. J. H. March 9. The Anthropol Hogus has quilted his den. March 10. The corsican ogre has landed at Cape Jan March 11. Tho Tiger has arrived at the Gap. March 12. The monster slept at Grenoble. March 13. The usurper is directing his Steps toward Dyon but the Brave and Loyal burgundian have risen in Masse and surrounded him on All sides. March 18. Bonaparte is Only sixty leagues from the capital he had been fortunate enough to escape the hands of his pursuers. March 19. Bonaparte advancing with rapid Steps but he will never enter Paris. March 20. Napolen will to Morrow be under our ramparts. March 21. The emperor is at Fountain eau. March 22. His Imperial and Royal majesty yesterday evening arrived at the tuil eries amidst the Joyful acclamations of Bis devoted and faithful sub. Jett. The journal Des de hats in reference to the escape from Elba spoke of Napoleon on the 9th of March As the a up Oltron of 1814.�?� on the 15th, it said of him a a Scourge of generation thou shall reign no More a on the Stith he is a a Robespierre on horseback a Iid the 19th a the adventurer from Corsica a but on the 21st we Are gravel informed that the Quot emperor has pursued his triumphal course having found no other enemies than the miserable libels which were vainly scattered on his path to impede his the Blush making Bonnet. Philadelphia tim presuming that ladies no longer naturally Blush that they have from one cause or another grown out of it some French Genius has made arrangements which will enable them to renew this pleasant delusion in spite of nature. The new blushing arrangement comes in the shape of a Bonnet. The bonnets of the period Are As everybody knows expensive enough to include a great Deal of any kind of machinery that May be needed from a Corliss engine Down to a sewing machine. To the Sido ribbons of the artificial Blush making Bonnet it is explained a Are attached two Small but powerful steel Spring ending in round pads which Are brought to Bear upon the temporal arteries by the action of bowing the head one exquisitely appropriate to modest embarrassment and by artificially forcing blood into the Cheeks cause them to be Sun fused at a moments there is the most wonderful Opportunity in a Little thing like that and no lady need hereafter he without her blushes. Much effect is often produced by a Blush at the right moment. Clo just Rar Tad so pack a i a Rull in Plum la re. Eat lbs Day. Prie a Yang and upward. Odd Hundred Shade it a opera Ehm a. Twill Sod mat Loaec Flana i. Fall line of fancy Stripe Sud four re of Sanaia for ladle a Mil see atol Inid Rati a Sacquat embroidered flannel in bit aah Scarlet. Welsh Rian Nela Elk a rent Gooda just opened. The largest Aud Best Sala a a i Stock ltd Riss Bali Jall kinds and qualities err shown in the stats splendid line of . Everything the Market afford in the very Bat qualities at the lowest possible Price. Vielt this do in attn end and be Row to Ira a. L. S. Ayers h co. Indianapolis. N. By just opened a poll Lina of mls a a and children a cloaks in very latest Stylet j. C. Hereth amp co., shirts amp drawer8 hade to of dub no. 37 w Market Street Indianapolis go to Stout the Hatter and furrier for bargains. No. 76 East Washington Street. Handsomest cheapest a cd best1. Hix Oste of us. So suits circulars and Dolman jul i Hijii a a a .41 in fill in j a Ion a it for ladies misses and children Quot to be found in the state. Of shirring children a garments is observed on you Wil make a mistake and lose Money if you do not examine our Stock before you buy any of the above goods. Odd Fellows Slock

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