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Indianapolis Leader (Newspaper) - June 10, 1882, Indianapolis, IndianaIndianapolis Indiana saturday. June 10, 1882 the immaculate make their hernia the great depot of thought and from this Send excursion into the Broad of knowledge and there secure the Golden idea whereupon they might sail the Ocean of time and make their journey through life successful and Happy. Yet Many give away to flattery and flirtatious and by the cunning Craft of vice and infamy they Are snared and Are found floating in the current with a nothing but leaves. Parents Ami guardians who through Gross negligence often fall to give them the proper training in their Youthful Days. Though they Ina it be surrounded by Ino Mility to gtd christianity still for Lack of culture enter upon the stage of action uncultured for first cd us society consequently produce a nothing but leaves. Man men engage in business a it 1th Strong capital plenty of friends and with an fiening promising a Succes full business but in Short business Falls capital and friends both gone simply because they have placed As debtors upon their books who produced client a nothing but leaves the drunkard in the Gutter the prisoner before the bar the convict in ills cell May be counted As fair samples of those who have yielded bitter fruit or nothing but leave. Youths you who Are some Day to let a Tho leaders of our grand Republic should at once sow the seed that will produce the full Ripe Grain instead of nothing in i of the hour. Quot some Are. Bom great Tome achieve Greet Nna am tame Hare great meet Brunt upon Siok Peart and Knight of the Temple of Indus try Anteh ete., Etc. As the Success of All organizations depend upon the influence they throw around the Community at Large we deem it expedient to acquaint the minds of those who Are not familiar with our objects and motives. Orders societies and governments Are instituted for the purpose of making a United Effort in a Given direction. It is a Well established fact what one person can to accomplish a greater number can Othee tilings being equal hence great efforts Are brought Al it out by die concerted action of those who have the interest of any Enterprise at heart. Men who have to earn their bread by the sweat of their brow Are in a measure dependent upon those who Are in like circumstances men who Are identified among this class need the sympathy Protection and advise of others to Bear them through the unforeseen difficulties which they have to encounter while baffling through this life therefore we As Labouring men form ourselves into one Strong band United with the strongest ties of Indus try to Advance and assist those who an worthy to fill an important position and an left to walk around without the sympathy and cares that lifelong to a race of people and others with their hands Idle until they Are compelled by the pangs of nature to commit some rash act that does not Only bring upon him the indignation of the a but an indelible stain upon the a reproach reputation of those who Are dependent upon him while if he had had anyone whose obligations forced them to administer to his Wellfare he might have shunned All of the troubles that Arv at no time Amon the number belonging to this society for there Are always More or less vacancies known of by them and would be glad to if it was in accordance with their obligations to seen re it for a member who was identified with them. It is a Well established fact that unions of similar organizations Are carried on throughout the world that have listened to ceremonies which have caused very beneficial results. It is a fixed fact a a Ell known to those who Are familiar with the history of Nuy nation or any organized body that where Benevolence most prevails civilisation most abounds the a alter follows the former As inevitable As effect follows cause thus being without doubt True. Then should not every Lover of Industry strive to promote the Comfort and happiness of his fellow Mun both present and future while this is Only a few of the Good results that May be derived from an organized body of this kind and there Are Many More that might be spoken of. Governments Are formed by uniting a in ruler of persons under one form or code of Law societies Are formed by a number of persons uniting to accomplish a certain object or to attain desired ends. It was intended from he beginning that Man should be a social being he must have society and be the company of his fellow Man or he will Drift into barbarism and heathenism. Men Are created intelligent beings civilization Art. Science and culture comes Only from a United Effort therefore we have formed ourselves into one solid band linked together by the strongest ties of Industry and we take for a for motto truth and Union. Union is a Devine attribute which in the foundation of every virtue to be Good and True to each other is what we obligate ourselves to do being influenced by this principle envoy Aud discern icon will be unknown to us but sincerity and brotherly love will distinguish us and our tongues will Ever Send Forth utterances for promotion and our hearts will be enraptured in each others Prosperity. Union is that principle which is so essential for the Success of any Enterprise and will discriminate our action and spread the Cement of brotherly love and Protection and establish for us an untarnished reputation of on past transactions. To the unworthy our doors Are Ever closed but to the worthy the invitation is Ever extended. Come and sojourn with us Aud be benefited by the sacred instruction and Good Council that you will receive from those who style themselves the k. Of t. Of i h. J. Pok. One year six months three a Urbana Ovalo. Tie a a a. W. will hold a festival june 22. Llev. Tolliver has gone to t Lar Limati and Hamilton. Might Bell of Sandusky City i visiting mrs Tatev. Nod of North Churchi Greet. Ile. Siruy of Ilelle Fontayne passed through our City this week in route to Springfield. Mrs. Rev. Tolliver left this week to visit Friend in Tancin Taitl Hamilton and Oxford. At i he county convention held this week Kobe. Myers was elected As Delegate to the state convention at Olin by june 7th. A the pupils in a Gram mar Clas Are being sex ail died for admission to the High school and we Hope they May succeed. M iss Boyd one of the pupils from this department Ana the find of color Ever admitted to the High school in her examination last week in general history stood at the head of her class having received lift per cent. School closes this week and 1 know the teachers Are glad Aud they will soon get the much a ended rest and enter upon their is at the reopening of school to instill into the Young minds the principles of Educ Hon and morality which will tit them for future usefulness that they May be Moa and women in Toto and the world will be better off because of their be ing in it. Thomas Henry Burke late t Nasr Secretary for Ireland. Thomas Henry Burke late under Secretary Ireland who was murdered on the St of \ hut in company with his chief Lori Frede. Cavendish was a son of the late William Burke Esq. Of Knock Agur. County Galway. Ireland. He was heir presumptive to sir John Lionel Burke bart., and was born on to be a Hoof May 1829. Or. Burke served both the political parties in the government of Ireland was a consummate master of detail and a Man much beloved. His was a comparatively humdrum Hie of which still Lees would have been to say hut for the tragic interest of his untimely taking off. I he. At times his lips moved convulsively As if unable to repress the anguish that err ipod his heart. His tearful eyes expressed the terrible grief and awful solicitude of that Plain but deeply feeling Pioneer. Mother Nancy s earthly moments were numbered. This Thomas could not disguise from himself. He saw it by the Kim entry Light scarcely perceptibly convulsions of the emaciated body by the change that had taken place in the last hour a f her beautified gentle face by the Eye that became More Aud More glazed and now and then lit up with an exp Reabion of love and anxiety for her dear ones. A Stop Reading Abe a he murmured trembling with Appere Hention a it worries your a no a breathed mrs. Lincoln in broken sentences it seems As though Angels were singing psalms As though the entire glory of the other world were disclosed to me yes thus thus i always wished to die a the Blue heaven above me you at my Idt and god s word on my Hpe. Your hand the husband Bent Over his wife and took her right hand which she was unable to lift. A be bad been silent. He now looked into his Mother s face hastily closed the Bible and sprang up from the g. A gracious god my Mother is dying i he Tan me red and reeled Pale and trembling to her Side while Sarah uttered a cry Ana ailing on her kneed buried her face Over w hich tears were streaming in the Lap of the dying woman. But Abe embraced Bis Mother and held her in his arms As though. I it Oor boy he could in that Way stay the soul of the so dearly loved Mother. A a done to cry a she whispered Quot is not Deal h a Relief to me i am prepared i feel that i shall remain with you even when i am gone. I shall Pray for you in heaven a Ai d shall see you All again. Be virtuous Sarah. Remain honest and True my abet Honor and love your fat Nero he will bring you up As christians i can die contentedly a at d you Thomas a a my Nancy my wife a a stammered the Strong Man now thoroughly overcome. 1 have been faithful to you a a she continued in a feebler tone a and you have done your duty. Thanks for All your kindness to me and now a god be with you ally a the Noble woman endeavoured to utter a few More words of love hut they were lost in an unintelligible murmur. One More glance she cast on All around her and then her Beautiful eyes formerly so Radiant with love became dim the lips trembled for the last time. Death had come to her like Sweet sleep Serene and holy transfiguration Lay Over her quiet feature a smile hovered around the lips. Life had fled but Nancy Lincoln resembled a softly sleeping one Over whom the last faint rays of the Sun shed their mild Roey Hue. The children fell weeping at the feet of the lifeless body. Thomas Lincoln still retained the now cold hand within his own. Quot let us Pray children a he muttered in deepest agony a that god May not forsake us in the hour of our greatest trial and need you have no Mother now i Quot Cleveland. Ohio social personal society and local notes. The annual exhibition of drawing and writing of the l Ullh schools took place last Friday even in at t be Central building and it did great credit to the vouchers and pupils. Noticeable among the original designs were a great Ninny deserving Praise and on pupils were up to the Standard. We would not forget to mention a portrait drawn by William Julies of Rev. Henry want Teecher. It was applauded by All. And it really was the Lee get por Ratt his it Lawn our it Mil Fortune to see. Severn of on people attended but not As Many of should by any Means and Why if is so. We Are unable to any. Give us child ment in every direction end you will never Cryll and in the future he will Call Yon messed. Anon. Just 50 left reduced in Price 40 per cent. To iks . We show a full line of mohair and Linen How lie saved $300,000 by to hot institution. Inow York Curie Tiou Cuc l Uii Adelphi l1 reas j miso Taylor was n Man who had the gift of Turki us into Gold everything lie touched a Tau w Lithe judgment a Ras to True in All of Money getting that he was said to strive a bilt conclusions not by a duo ton but by intuition instinctively rather than by the Ordinary c Moses of reasoning. Of course in a Taylor reasoned out his conclusions hut the process was with him so rapid and accurate As to be almost involuntary. He got the reputation of being in All Thatje retains to the investment of capital. One Day a Wall Street Man entered or. Taylor a Little room in the City Lank with an unfavourable retort concerning some mining property in which they were both inter is 11 11 Quot is it True a the visitor asked. A i knew Eon would know the truth As soon As any a but 1 done to said or. Taylor Quot i know nothing at All about Quot Well do you consider it a Good thing to go out of a or. Taylor Shook his head again. Quot i Havno to sold a dollars Worth a said he. Ami the inquirer left greatly renamed. A Little later in the Day somebody else came in with the some damaging Story about the mine. Quot is it so. Or. Taylor a Quot it May be. Aud it May not be. I know nothing at All about the Quot but Are you selling7�?� Quot no sir. I Haven to begun to sell that Stock the Reimert very soon reached the Street that Morin it Taylor knew of nothing to the disadvantage of the property in question and laughed at the idea of Selling. The Stock at mice Sti to lined and cloned firm. After business hours or. Thy Lor sent for one of his four trusted friends and said to him a they Tell me there is something wrong with the Blank mine. We must go Down to Blank and Quot All right a said his Friend who was also interested Quot i can go the last of the Quot not the last of the week Quot said or. Taylor calmly Quot but to night. To night by the is of clock the other protested that it was impossible that be had important engagements that his business would suffer but or. Taylor would hear of no postponement. Lie sent for a Carriage and they caught the train. It was the Days when sleeping cars had just been introduced. In the Middle of the night or. Taylor soom Hinion found himself vigorously shaken r. Taylor was standing by the birth All dressed and with his Sachel in Bia hand. Quot get up and dress yourself a said the great capitalist. Quot we must get out at so and so station and take the next train Back to new said the astonished Friend Quot i thought you considered it absolutely necessary Itiat we should go Over to Blank and look Over matters at the Mike a Quot not at All not at All a remarked or. Taylor. Quot things Are All wrong there. I have been looking them Over in my mind since 1 Laid Down. I know How the Case stands quite As Well As if we had been to Blank. All we could get at Blank would be the facts and i Tell you i done to want to know Tbs facts. It would Cost me to know How so a demanded big More and More a Mon shed Friend As he hastily buttoned Bis then i could t conscientiously the next morning or. Taylor was at the Bank As usual. All Day Long his broken were Selling Blank mine Stock a anxiously and in Little pieces. All Day Long or. Taylor a friends were Rushing into the City Bank to ask for information and advice. Quot have you any bad news from the mine what and i better do with my Blank or. Taylor a Quot i have no news Good or bad a was his stereotyped reply Quot and i never give his imperturbable serenity prevented what would have been a panic. Moree Taylor always bad the earliest information and if he was not alarmed the property was Safe. Twenty four hours later definite news came that sent Blank Stock Down into Tbs teens but or. Taylor had sold his last share. He had saved $300,000 by trusting to his intuitions and changing sleeping cars instead of pushing on to Blank to obtain the fact. And he had not even told a Wall Street Leall goods marked in Plain figure8 f. . The trustees Board of directors Aud d. G. M. Are to be elected of the evening of the 26, by order of the grand Lodge. The Captain s Council will meet wed Leaday evening the 14th inst. For business in the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, degrees. Members wanting degrees will appear at that Mee Ting with their petitions signed by the p. 8. Of the Blue Lodge. It would be Well for the members to ask for the general Law rules and regulations of the immaculate and thereby keep themselves posted. By so doing you would be of much Benefit in your Lodge meetings. Ask for the Law and you can have it. Members desiring Benefit when they Are sick must notify the m. At once if they Are absent from their own Lodge Ami get their papers stating that they Are in Good standing. You can then receive Lien fits from the i it Sage nearest to you and the said Lodge shall Send in a Bill to the Lodge of which you Are a member for the same. The reinstatement of the Queen Esther court is strengthening the Lodge quite forcibly. While the work As yet has never been properly presented to the ladies still it seems to have had it Good As it which has never lost its Power and the ladies Are ready and willing to become a part of the immaculate body at the earliest possible Opportunity. The Brethren Are hard at work making All the necessary arrangements so that it May be established on a solid founds1 on. The grand master s communicate it a is to the effect that he or his Deputy will be Here at an Early Date to organize the protein into a Lodge and to give us a lecture in the new work. Take notice and govern yourselves accordingly and present yourselves at the captains Council at the time stated in the above. Of cause if greek must meet greek the Council members must be on their pcs and qts. Done to forget the important business of monday june 2. Turo out in full and we will have a Good meeting. R. J. J. A a a a a a a see a the National Board of it oath talks thing together with the insatiable desire of our Young people to be thought of As men and women prevents Many from pursuing the studies farther than the Gram mar Grade. This is particularly so of the Young ladies of our Beautiful Forest City. The Rev. T. Ii. Hon. J. 1. G. Are far More Able to handle this subject than your Humble servant but even that Doe not hinder Quot yours truly Quot from dropping a hint or so on that particular Subj to to. Non nolo. A Bluml ind. Health Good. Floe weather again. Farmers Are Busy finishing planting. Wheat promises to tie a fair crop. Than a Peais to hem och complaint of a Strong crop of cheat. M inst Arrie Bragg is attending tie Normal at Winchester. We understand that Rev. John Harper contemplates holding a Basket meeting Liere on the the enl Munday in june. Rov. Stu. A. Culpher preached a very commendable Sermon at Shiloh Church last sunday morning. His subject was a sowing such sermons should lie preached in every Quarter of the Glabe. A . So. 72 North Illinois Street. The grand circus Royal arrived in the City thursday morning and pitched its tents on the lot South of the Vandalia freight depot. There was a performance Given during the afternoon which was largely attended by those who Are easily gulled into going to see everything that comes along no matter what style of a show it a. The admission was placed at a Quarter of a Dollar and it is a question whether those in attendance secured the Worth of their Money. During the evening the canvass men received part of their wages and no sooner was this done than they began to heave in the Jersey lightning Ana by the time the night performance began they were All Quot half seas everything went Well until about 10 of clock a few minutes before the a How was Over when several of the Drunken canvass men became involved in a Quot Racket on 8outh Street while this was going on several buys attempted to crawl under the canvass whereupon these Fellows commenced clubbing them. This enraged a Nurnbe Rozmen standing about the tent and then began the brickbats stones car pins and everything in Aga n All at once filled the air end the oaths of those hit by the flying Mimi Lee were horrible to Krar. At this juncture of the Racket some one produced a pistol and tired four shots in the air which had the effect of scattering the crowd. The police then appeared and settled the matter by Locking one Man up but this was not done until officer John Reed received quites painful wound on the right Arm. When the smoke and dust bad cleared away it was found that de Porter residing in this City. And who says he was a quiet Looker on at the fight was found with his Law broken and otherwise injured about the head. He was sent to the City Hospital. A Hostler connected with the show named Charlie Gates bad his left ear almost Cut off. And another Hostler named heckler was Cut Over the head. A stranger whose name could not be Learned was shot in the band. A canvass min named Arthur who had just joined the show was Cut on the head and at a late hour was in an unconscious condition. Just How Many were injured is not . Corr pot Danu will it atm make Belr mum nil i cation a Brief end Concia a possible. Owing to oar i limited a a a pc we Arm Fretee Utler Rompe led to Lepe i oat matter that we would like to pub Llali but re i aut fur wept of Pace. All letters outside of in i reach a tha Redey. Ail Ciummu i Olep Tion Wal Tarp of both Elde of the paper will be refit aed. J Toledo Ohio. George Smith formerly on the mad is now i clerk at the alien House. Meters. Hall and Lyons left lost monday for i Detroit where they will spend two weeks. 1 mis Della Throckmorton of Indianapolis i will be in the City noon the guest of or. L. Holft. It is rumoured that two of our City Belles will be Lead to the altar on the night of the Lawn fete june 2uth. I Rev. Jackson of this City has returned from Cleveland where he went to deliver an oration on decoration Day. The grand order of Odd Fellows will hold their monthly meeting on the 15 prox. All members Are requested to be present. J on next mum Lay will be the grand rally at a. M. E. Church. We Hope that the Young men and ladle will give liberally. God likes a cheerful giver. Or. L. Swift has opened up a Aret Ciao ice dream parlor at 125 Allen Street where he flu stye you a Square meal or any kind of refreshments in his line. Mrs. Archie Allen was called away from the City very hastily last tuesday night to Daues Volle a to answer a dispatch announcing the Gudden death of her sister. A Rev. W. H. Roberta of Columbus will be in this dry next sunday Aud will preach at the third Baptist Church while elder Johnson of the same Church will speak at the first Baptist Church Dezolt. A the birthday party Given by or. And mrs. Tate last tuesday evening to their daughter miss Mary e., was a grand affair. About 1ft couples were present the present were numerous and the supper a Par her Many friends wish her Many returns for the pleasant evening spent. The Barren tree or nothing hut Leaver. By prof. C. M. Kaoo. The tree the largest of vegetation is found growing in most parts of the world. Most Trees Are productive and in some countries the inhabitants depend largely upon the products of the tree for their support. While most Trees Are product Ive there Are some that decorate the forests and Groves and produce a nothing but leaves. These flourish and can ouly boast 01 their verdure and Beauty and when we stroll among them and look upon these Trees we have Only to say a nothing but leaves. In an Orchard there is Tine selection of the Trees Thrifty and in a Fine flourishing condition. The owner of the Orchard looks upon these Trees for promising result your after year the Trees Blosiu and bring Forth fruit yet there u one tree that characterise a Tael from the others not by its Beautiful appearance not by its stateliness or venture but by its producing nothing a but leaves. To Day we Are surrounded by Many Young men who have had the kindness of fathers the Council of mothers the assistance of Brothers tie affections of Sisters and surrounded by a Host of friends and yet suffer themselves to Drift out upon the tide of time and produce Quot nothing but leaves. In Ever a Section of the country men May be found strolling from place to place men with Good Talent who might establish themselves on a creditable foundation obtain a situation la some of the Active departments of life where they might do much for themselves and others still they Are Tine tree producing a nothing but leaves. Many Young women who Are yet anchored within the Bay and who with culture might
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