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PEACE IS NOT HERE.
By Rev. Euukwk Evans.
I must not look for peace
Upon life's occaat
For who could be at ease.
In constant motion?
Where ererj vave that swells,
And every tempest tells,
Peace Is not here.
I roust not seek for peace
Upon time's shore;
Where wake by erery breeze
The billows roar.
There gathering dangers rise
From far and near,
And thunders from the skies.
Peace is not here. -
And yet I sail for peace,
Across life's ocean,
In search of endless ease,
Now many a danger o'erpast,
My heart to cheer;
O! may a voice at last
Say, "Peace is here."
Yes, o'er life's ocean flow,
I seek a home,
Where wild winds never blow,
Nor tempests come.
I leare time's rugged strand
Of woe and care,
And hail the heavenly land,
For "peace is there."
If you want to see a man get mad all Over,
jnst say "Italian" to Henry Hart.
MissMollie Spradling, of 217 Eleventh St.,
Louisville, is visiting the Misses Throgmorton
of this city.
Madam Milton left on Wednesday for De
troit, Michigan, on business. She will return
J. H. Beck, Esq., made a flying visit to Pe
oria, 111., and Terre Haute, Ind., during the
past week, and had lots of fun.
Mr. Joe C. Morris, the popular grocer of 418
V. Michigan St., furnishes his customers with
choice groceries and fresh country produce a
prices satisfactory to everyone.
Two handsome ladies of the West End will
accept husbands on reasonable terms. A piece
of the wedding cake to dream on is all the
Leader ask for this advertisement.
Mr. William McCoy has been visiting rela
tives in Kokomo. He is in the city now to
stay until the opening of the Public Schools, in
which he will labor during the coming year.
Mrs. Sallie II. Shelton and daughter, Miss
Lucy, have just returned from a very pjeasant
visit to Louisville, Ky., the scene of Mrs. S.'s
childhood and the home of many old friends.
Mr. Henry Thompson, of 82 West Market
street, is prepared to receive boarders at low"
est rates, by day or week. Entire satisfaction
guaranteed to all who patronize Mr. and Mrs.
A committee of three members from Gerrit
Smith lodge, consisting of Horace Heston, An
drew Locklear and C. M. C. Willis, and Major
Gardner went to Shelbyville, Tuesday, and or
ganized a new lodge of Odd fellows.
Fred Balz, Indiana avenue's favorite butch
er, keeps everything in the meat line, of the
very best quality, and at the lowest prices.
Fred gives such complete satisfaction that
those who go once, almost invariably becomes
Miss Alice Robinson and Mrs. William
Brown were the competitors for the prize for
graceful riding. Both ladies won many plaud
its for graceful bearing and horsemanship.
Miss. Robinson, unfortunately, had to change
horses and, consequently, lost the prize.
A question for joint discussion between All
len Literary and Bethel Literary. After sever
al questions had been presented and rejected,
the following question was decided on :
Resolved That the realization of an expect
ed pleasure affords more pleasure than the an
ticipation of t.
Owing to the slim attendance the committee
011 refreshments decided not to have a festival
after adjournment. J. H. R,
Poisoned by Paris Greon.
Our friends, John Stewart and family, of
West Vermont street, narrowly escaped death
last Sunday, from poison. The whole family of
four persons, including Mr. Stewart, his wife,
mother and cousin, were more or less severely
poisoned by eating cabbage, over which some
stupid gardener had sprinkled the deadly poi
son Paris Green. Mr. Stewart was more se
verely poisoned than any of the others.
Through the aid of physicians, however, all
are recovering. This is a warning that citi
zens of Indianapolis should heed and the en
tire population should consider itself a posse
commitatus to shoot on the spot, any barbari
an of a gardener, so criminally ignorant or
recklessly indifferent to the health and lives of
Fathers Give Ear.
Theattention of the City Dads is called to
the terrible condition of the sidewalks on North
street, near Blackford
A new school building for the use of colored
children has been erected on the corner of
North and Minerva. North street will be the
thoroughfare by which a majority of the teach
ers and pupils will reach the building. In
their present condition these sidewalks are lit-
tie better than a country'mudroad. If they are
not repaired many of the pupils girls and
smaller children, will necessarily be kept out
of school a great deal of the time.
If any Councilman doubu that these walk5
are a great deal worse than we have described
them, let him row out in his private boat after
the next rain and see for himself or, better
still, let him put on his best low quarter
shoes, silk-gloves, etc,, etc., and walk out to
see his West-end "Dulcinia."
A StupiU cowaru wnu u u uccu v.utucu wuu
. . .i i i t I
a little brief authority, as deputy constable, at
the Acton camp grounds, shot and wounded a
colored man who was engaged in a trifling
dispute with the keeper of a stand about a
broken watermelon. We do not go so far as
some who demand that peace officers shall not
be permitted to carry arms when on duty, but
we do demand that those who have the power
to create these officers shall see to it that
idiots and nervous soft brains who haven't
sense enough to discriminate between a com
non "You lie, sir," and a highway robbery
between an excited good citizen and a red
handed murderer arc not clothed with power
to shoot indicriminatcly into crowds of women
P Ell SON ALS.
Miss Docia Wright is expected home next
week from a four weeks stay in Michigan.
Mrs. Al. Miller has returned from a very
pleasant visit to the Conference at Ypsilanti.
Mr. William Gaston, of Kokomo, has been
in the city this week, visiting friends and the
Mr. Geo. Taylor and Chas. Brooks, of
Xenia, Ohio, have been the guest oi W. H.
Mrs. Emma Lamont, of Terre Haute, is vis.
iting in this city, and will remain until Octo
Mrs. Ella V. Taylor, Louisville, has been the
guest of Mrs. Voung, of 134 North Illinois St.,
during the fair.
Buy your drugs and medicines at Fertig's
52 Indiana avenue. He has a new stock, and
will give satisfaction.
There is considerable anxiety on the part of
eMvtA -k r v sar urhAr fni4sitt m mrill wyiaa
avmv. a. ssv tv tv as v 1 wiw YUAlltllb mil ill v v;
again. Echo answers, "Where ?"
Robt. Fertig, the druggist, corner of New
York street and Indiana evenue, has placed in
his store a new stock of everything in the drug
Mr. Denis M. Roberts, of Terre Haute, is
visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Roberts
leaves to-day for Wilberforce, where he will
Thursday afternoon, during the race, some
light-fingered sneak thief relieved Miss Lillie
Turner of her pocket book, containing a rail
road pass to St. Louis and a sum of money.
Mrs. Eliza Thompson, of Paris, Ky., is on a I
flying visit to her daughters, Mrs. Susie Porter
and Mrs. Newton Miller, of Ellsworth street.
She also had some articles on exhibition at the
fair this week.
G. W. Walker is the genial proprietor of a
namber of express wagons and will give satis
factory attention to all orders left with Nos.62,
63 and 64 St. Cloud on Circle, or at Theo.
Pfafflin & Bro.'s Parlors, second floor, Odd
Miss Sarah Dellomey, of Louisville spent
the week in this city, a guest of Miss Moore.
a very pleasant reception and
wine party, Tuesday evening, at the residence
of Miss Florence. Miss Moors knows how to
We are informed on good authority that J.
F. Redmon, Esq., Smith King's accommoda
ting assistant, will be a candidate for Town
ship Trustee. No one knows better how to
run the office on an economical basis than
Mrs. Essie Thornton gave a farewell party
to Miss Lillie Turner, Wednesday night, at
their residence on Bright street. All those who
have enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. I
Thornton will know that fun and enjoyment I
was super-abundant. The guests, of whom I
there was a house full, were entertained with I
lawn croquet, music and no dancing. I
We think modestv one of the ewntial tr-nt I
of character to any one, but when a gentle
man make an engagement with a lady and
then grows too timid to ring the door-bell
when he reaches the house, and goes away
without the lady, thereby deprived the lady of
an evening's pleasure, we think that man
ought to be shot to death with a needle gun.
Robt. Fertig, 52 Indiana avenue, has given
his drug store a very attractive appearance by
a new coat of paint and varnish. Mr. Fertig
believes in keeping every department of his
business house neat and clean.
. Evansville News.
Co unty Teachers' Institute, of Vanderburg
county, is in session at High School, with a
Miss H. C. Goodrich has just returned from
Princeton, Ind., where she has been spending
a pleasant vacation.
The A. M. E. church expect Rev. M. Lewis
as their next minister, having petitioned for his
Prof. S. Watkins and wife are to be here on
the 28th inst., to resume work in our schools.
Fred D. Morton has arrived from Cincinnati
The Daughters of Ruth are holding a grand
fair and festival this week. All are happy.
The Odd Fellows are preparing for a grand
holiday on Sept. 22nd.
Our public schools will Open September 1,
The colored people of Evansville are buying
property and building many new houses. This
is as it should be. Why rent of the rich, while
it makes you poorer ? Boys get your own
houses and stop renting.
The colored teachers for the year are as fol
lows: Prof. S. Watkins, Hich School: Prof.
E. F. Horn, Grammar School; Z. M. Ander
son and S. C. Anderson, Miss II. C. Goodrich,
Miss II. F. Kimbro and Mrs. L. Watkins, in
Gov. St. school; Miss Lucy Wilson and Miss
Sarah F. Moting, Clark St.; Mr. W. H. Beech
cr, our agent for the Leader, and Miss Glenn,
1 lie INDIANAPOLIS LEADER Will be Widely
circulated here in our city. It is our most wel
come visitor. You will hear from us soon.
1 ne baDDatn Dcnoois 01 our city are in a
flourishing condition. Prof. Z. M. Anderson
has been Supt. of the A. M. E. S. S. for the
past six years, and is doing a good work,
though he has taught steadily for fourteen
years, he is still active and full of hope.
Rev. Green McFarland, pastor of Liberty
Baptist church, will begin the erection of a
fine new brick church soon. Alpha.
Items From Kokomo.
The colored people of Deer Creek will have
a ptcmc soon lor the beneht oi their cornet
We are glad to learn that the Deer Creek
band are employed to play for the county fair.
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for the campaign of iSSo.
The most energetic colored settlement in the
State is the Rush and Deer Creek scttlctncrls.
For proof of this fact, see them hauling their
wheat and flax to Jay's elevator; sec their
fine horses. Among those that deserve spcial
notice are Uncle Richard liassett, Aaron Ullis,
Morrison Artis, the Hardy man brothers, and
William Jones. The .BADER ought to have
a large circulation in thafocality.
The Misses liridgeman left the city this1
morning for Creencastle, Putnam Co., where
they will spend a few days. There are two
young gents of this city who will not be com
Mr. C. F. Stokes has just returned from his
home in Randolph county. He will take
charge of the colored school here about the
8th of September. Pupils, take notice, and
govern yourselves accordingly.
How long, oh ! how long will the legislature
of our State allow children to loiter on the
streets all winter? A compulsory education
law should be the first thing for action next
The Kokomo archery club are not doing
much this summer. Some have the chills,
some are getting married, and some have no
The Howard county fair commences next
week, September ist.
The colored people are preparing to organ-
ize a first-class literary society this winter. A
very good undertaking. We hope you will
have abundant success. Certainly all will
take part in a good cause like this.
It is to be hoped that the colored people
will make a good display at our fair next
week. Boys, brine in your pies and pumpkins.
Denis Roberts has gone to Willberfore Col
lege, Xenia, O., to attend school.
Ide Miller was badly wounded by a pistol
shot fired by officer Bolig, Saturday night.
Another example of the too free use of firearms
by policemen without sufficient cause.
Isreal Price can now be found on Third
The many friends of Isaac Burgan will be
glad to learn that he is getting along well with
his studies at Willberforce.
The sentence of Al Evans to the penitenti-
ary for eighteen years, is regarded by all fair
minded people here, both white and colored,
as a gross outrage' and an infamous perversion
of the law. Had Cooper killed Evans, under
like circumstances, he would probably have
been discharged, or sent to the penitentiary for
ayearortwe. The color of the man who is
killed, or who does the killing, makes a big
difference in this county in the dispensation of
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as that pursu;d by thc English during the
time rf their most rigorous opprcssion of the
jusucc. iuc piait iouowcu wuiu iuc aaiuc
: t : . tu- i xu 1 . M .. u ti.. 1
people of irciand. If an Englishman had al
case against an Irishman, he won it without
reference to its merits. Here, if a colored
man kills a white man, he suffers the fullest
extent of the law; but if a white man kills a I
colored man, he is not punished at all, or just I
as little as possible. People who lived here I
sixteen or seventeen years aco will remember 1
the dastardly and cowardly assassination of I
Green, a colored man, by Jack Payne, I
a white rough. They will also remember that I
Payne was acquitted in the face of overwhelm-1
mg evidence of his guilt. Other cases of a I
like nature might be cited, but this is suffici-1
ent- The fact h very apparent here now that I
criminal justice is not impartially meted out in I
this county. Alert. I
Items crowded out of last issue. I
Mlss Addie Waiden, after a pleasant visit m I
Terre Haute, has returned to htr home in In
Mrs. John Turner and daughter, of St. Lou
is, who have been visiting friends and reletives
in this city returned home Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker, after an even
ing's ride, were surprised upon their return, to
find their house lighted up and filled with
young ladies and gentlemen, in honor of Miss
Mrs. Rebecca Jordan, of Mattoon 111., who
has been visiting friends and relatives in this
city, returns home Saturday.
J. W. Witherspoon and Oliver Williams, of
Brazil, conducted one of the finest balls of the
season, during the fair in that city.
Items From Paris, 111.
Editor the Leader :
Please allow space in your valuable paper for
a few items.
Rev. J. E. Artis' wife who has been very
sick for ten months with consumption, is no
We will celebrate the 17th anniversary of
the Emancipaiton on the 24th of September,
in this city.
Mrs. Belle Owens, of Terre Haute, is visiting
at Mrs. E. Thomas.
Rev. J. Turner, of St. Louis, will speak at
Paris, on the 24th of September.
Mr. James H. Pettiford went to Vincennes
last Saturday, on business. He owns a num
ber-one farm in Daviess county.
Mr. Jerry Wilson visited Niagara Falls re
Mr. T. L. Torter has just returned from St.
Louis with the lajgest supply of gas and water
works fixtures that have ever been brought to
Rev. J. M. Townsend and Hon. J. S. Hin-
ton, of Indianapolis, will speak at Paris on the
24th of Sept.
The Taris Glee Club, which will furnish vo
cal music on the 24th of next month, chal
lenges the States.
Nn one should come to this citv without
if . .1 . t r t f 1 11 .
forming the acquaintance of G. W. Middleton.
He will talk to you in the German or English
languages, just as you prefer.
Mr. MacPettiford went out hunting last Tues
day evening, and after being out about three
hours "barced" nineteen prairie chickens.
Mack is a good "shot."
BV CAPT. W. H. WOODS.
Mr. A. E, Dunlap is Chair Car conductor on
the I. Ü. & W.
Prof. W. II. Stoks has organized a literary
society at Connersville, Indiana.
A large number of our white Democratic
friends are subscribing for the Indianapolis
If you want to get your money's worth just
subscribe for the Indianapolis Leader.
Mr. Luke Tone. aiZ North Illinois sheet.
VisUors tQ th; dty can fin(, first.cjass accom
I modations at this house.
Rates f I.oo per
dar mcaIs 2S cents.
I Prof. John Williams, of Muncie, Ind., was
I n thc city last Wednesday, on business.
A very interesting progamme was presented
at the Bethel Literary Society last Tuesday
At the Uaptist Literary Society the regular
programme was postponed until next Wednes
day night; and about forty minutes was taken
up with inpromtu debate. The question dis
cussed was: Resolved, that hatred has more
power over the human family than love.
A colored man, by the name of Kewson,
was found dead Sunday nicht last.' in a field
near Elkhart, Indiana. It is supposed that he
was poisoned, as he feared such a death.
Hon. John M. Langston, U. S. Minister to
Hnyti, has added another feather to his hat by
settling the famous Capt, Pellitien claim of the
United States against the Ilaytian Govern
ment, for $600,000. This claim has been
pending since i860.
For the second time the question, "Resolved,
the Caucassian has a bett;r right to this coun
try than the Negro," was won by the negative.
This time at Allen Chapel, last Monday night.
This was not a joint discussion, as has been
supposed by some, but simply a desire on the
part of one of the former dispuunts, Prof E. E.
Outland and John L. Evans, to get satisfac
tion. Harrison and Christy defended the
The grand concert given at the Blackford
St. M. E. Zion church, on last Tuesday even
ing, under the auspices of the Louisville Aid
Association, for the benefit of said church, was
a brilliant affair, and in point of numbers, a
splendid success. The little three-act drama,
entitled "Paddy Miles' Boy," was simply im
mense. The tableau and singing was worthy
of more than passing notice, especially the In
dians. Special credit is due Prof. Leawson,
the very able and courteous manager.
Mr. Taris Thomas spent a few days, last
week, at Danville, 111., arranging business for
the celebration here on the 24th of Sept.
The rooms of the Paris N. W. Debating and
Literary Society were crowded with spectators,
both white and colored, in order to listen to
the discussion of the subject, "Which has the
better right to complain of ill-treatment, the
Indian or the Colored Man, J. Moody, O. W.
Mitchem and D. Jinkins appeared lor the In
and made strong and desperate efforts to
win the discussion in favor of the' redman, but
failed on account of J. Gocus, W. M. Alexan
der and John W. Middleton, having too sleek
tongues. O. W. Mitchun.
The Leader as a Medium of Adver
The Leader is already largely circu-
1&ted ln f,U Parts otQ an State av
am on a11 classes of neole. Lverv week
o i i .
, , WaIv to Itfl circulat On. thus mak-
7 Ssing m-
u 9 iu the city for retail deaiers. Anv
one desiring to consult us in regard to ad-
vertising, will be promptly visited if we
are notified by postal card or otherwise
The Fourteenth ward has three brothers,
Lott, Robert and Martin Russell, who have
had a remarkable history, and in whose case
are exemnlified the rxwer and the value of
motherly affection. Often separated by long
distances and seemingly impossible barriers J
during slavery and after its abolition, their I
mother was the nucleus around which they I
centered, and they would always find her, and I
in finding her, would find each other. As a I
consequence their mother, though bowed with I
age, now has the pleasure of seeing her sons I
all married, living close together, loving to I
her, affectionate as brothers, and honored 3nd I
respected by their neighbors and lnencis. 1
"We have not yet received the proceed
ings of the conference of the A. M. E.
Church, which assembled last week at
Ypsilanti From private sources we
learn that no assignment has been made
to Bethel church. Rev. Johnson Mitchem
goes to Terre Haute '; Rev. Jeffers to
1 Amazon, und Rev. Titus returns to
Allen Chapel of this city.
A Trip North.
A member of the Leader staff made a fly
ing visit to Kokomo and Logansport last Tues
day. That is, it was a flying visit, if a lay
over of two or three hours at Kokomo can be
so called. At Kokomo we had the pleasure of
meeting Messrs. Braboy, Gastin, Myers and
Prof. Stokes, the Messrs. Hendersons, of the
Dispatch, and a number of other gentlemen.
A call at the offices of the Tribune and Dis
patch revealed the fact that both of these pa.
pers are in a flourishing condition.
At Logansport, after a call at the Journal
and other newspaper offices, we had
the pleasure of falling into the hands of Char-
I ley Brown, formerly of this city, and editor
I Raines, of the Visitor. After a very pleasant
call at the house of the latter, these gentlemen
engineered us about the city in such a manner
as to impress us very favorably with Logans-
port. The colored people here are doing well.
There are no loafers, or bad characters among
them. They have a good church, worth four
or five thousand dollars, all paid for. The
preacher who goes there will be a fortunate
man. Another noticable feature in this city is
the scarcity of young ladies. Those that are
there have an excellent reputation, but there
are too few of them. Young ladies, of In-
j diana, if yon want to live in a beautiful city,
enjoy life, and get married, go to Logansport.
There are plenty of nice young men there.
The Bulldozers of Uloomington, Munroe
county, have been trying to inaugurate thc
Mississippi plan in attempting to drive the col
ored people out of the county, A Kluklux meet
ing Was held, and certain colored men ordered
to leave. Instead of leaving, however, they
armed themselves and defied the midnight
prowlers. ; News of this attempted outrage
coming to the ears of the law-abiding citizens
of the countv. a meetinir was held, and the
! action of the kuklux severely denounced.
I We hope our people, as well as the Bloom-
I ington kuklux, will remember that this is not
Mississippi, and any person who administers a
dose of cold lead to midnight prowlers and as
sassins will be justified by public opinion.
This is a free country. We are not imigrants
or naturalized foreigners; wc are American, to
the manor, born. There is a class of ignorant
I roughs in this country who can learn this fact
I only through the adminislration of soothing
doses of buck shot and minnie balls in copious
quantities. If they interfere with you, friends,
let them have it; it is what they need.
We noticed that Prof. Augustus Turner,
Deacon R. B. Bagby, Col. William Russell
I anj several other of thc brethren cheered lus-1
tily when Fred Douglass began to measure
John B.s neck, as they nearcd the stand on
the last heat, in thc trotting race, on the fair
I ground course otyThursday.
Miss Melissa Urown, of LouUvillc, who has
been visiting her brother, at I IS Columbia St.,
will return home next week. There'll be
more than one sad heart "to miss her when
Hon. J. S. Ilinton performed theardcous du
ties of Judge and General Manager of the
prixe distributions with tlmt suavity of manner,
dignity and justice for which he is noted. J
We have had 1
view with Prof. , f Librariani
relative to the impoi .? - provements in
the management of iibrary, the suc
cess of which will retj ire the co-operation
of parents and patrons. We shall
have more to say about this in our next
The public schools open one week from
next Monday. Let every parent nee to it
that the children are in their seats in
their respective buindings, at 9 o'clock on
the morning of the 8 th.
Mrs. Morgan, of Frankfort, and Mrs. Thür
man, f Greensburg, attended the fair, and
were well pleased with their visit.
If any subscriber fails to receive the
Leader, please notify this office at once.
Frof. T. F. McAvoy, who has a school o
elocution and oratory in Indianapolis, will
re-open his school on Monday, Sept. 8th., at
his rooms, recently fitted up for that purpose,
at 86 East Market street. Call any time
from 1 p. m. to 6 p. m.
The Grand Lodge of F. A. A. Y. Masons
will meet in Indiananolis, on the 9th of Sep
tember, at 9 o'clock.
Chas. E. Bailey, G. M.
D. Jones, G. S.
The Baptist Literary had an excellent meet.
ing. Messrs. D. Redley, H. Nichols, J.
.Franklin and Edward Cooper, participated in
the discussion, and Mr. AlMson Sweeny giving
a select reading. The gentlemen all acquitted
Persons having stock of such age or breed
as is not spoken of in the premium list of the
Colored Fair can enter such stock, and a class
will be created in which they can show.
N. M. HiLL,Sec.
Ginger is not considered a very sleepy com
pound, but we have all heard of a ginger's
S Iii to get tTe
them is at the grocery store of Miller's &
Beer's, 191 Indiana avenue. No stale goods
are ever measured out there. They keep the
best quality of everything, and all find rapid
sale. They receive fresh goods every day,
and always have something that can not be
found elsewhere. 2m I.
We are now sending out a great many spec
imen copies of our paper to a large number of
our friends, both white and colored. We send
you these copies, so that you may see before
subscribing that the paper is worth the money
Wc ask for tm To our colored friends the
paper is invaluable; and we ask our white
fridnds to subscribe, not because the paper is
a necessity, but that they may know what is
going on among us, how to study and appre
ciate us, and at the same time contribute to
the support of what everybody concedes is a
crying necessity among us a good newspaper.
If anyone subscribes to the paper through any
of our agents and fails to receive it, a favor
will be conferred by acquainting us of the fact
immediately. Again. we say send in your sub
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work. Acents are makine bifr wanes. Don't
wait 'till all the good territory is taken. Apply
by letter or in person to
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daya at the old reliable
43 & 45 E. "Washington St.
L. I. MOSSLER & BRO.
DUlLDEnS HID lllfn
Is the best place in the City to get good and cheap building material,
is full of all kinds of Building Material.
Our STAIR BUILDING DEPARTED
v on our
Is the best WCH tne Cheapest n State. Stairs got out and put up. ncre&se
out so any good Carpenter can put them up. Any parts of Stairs furnished c n )PÄ
Hill 249 north Dofarroro St, Indianapolis,!
WEAVER Gl CO.,
Successors to Wearer Brothers, Wholrtl and Re
tail dealers in
Metalic Burial Cases,
and all kinds of
Hacks furnished for funerals at reasonable
33 North Illinois 6t
And Dining- ZZalU
AT PUBLIC SALE!
On the Fair Grounds,
Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 2 P. M.
Terms mads known at time of sale.
MUSIC Bids will be received at the Agents'
rooms to lurntMb nana music until sept. 3d.
R. M. LOCKHART,
Wm. F. Kirkwood,
Manufacturer and dealer in
Stoves and Tinware.
Job and House Work and Repairing made
17 Indiana Avenue.
G. W. Wallior.
Nos. 02, G3 and G4,
STAUD ozx CinCXjE ST.
All orders promptly attended to and satisfaction
guaranteed. MoTing PIANOS a specialty.
Leave orders with Theo. Pfatflln Co., second floor
Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Washington and Penn. St
Residence 813 Miami Bt.
BURK'S, 185 IND. AVE.
ChcaD Dry Goods & Motions !
ALSO QUEENSWABE. i
(lMAnnwAfl Avis! LKATnni ayi n
Ul UUU1 ICO aiiU llUV lOlUUO
154 Indiana Avenue,
(Comer Michigan Street and Indiana Art.)
Ca mIi Paid for Produoe.
E. E. OUTLAND,
40 N. Delaware Stu,
Where he will be found to alt on his customers with
neatness ani dUpatch. Entire satisfaction guaran
teed to the most fastidious. IU
Go to 7. T. FLOYD'S
aar Der onop.
No. s Indian Avenue,
For a cool shava. Vllalr cutting specialty, lml
For a good shava call at
W. A. nay's Slar BarliBr SIiod
tSo Indiana Avtnut.
sTCUau Towels and good artists always on baud.
Our yard and building
Flour and Feed,
ALSO ALL KINDS OF WINES
AND OLD KENTTCKY LIQUORS
775 North Tennessee St. Cor. Tenn.A 6th.
COTTAGE DRUG STORE.
190 Indiana Avenue, dealer in
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SPONGES, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY
Prescriptions carefullr couiitouudeJ at all Lou ra
day or night. tf
THE WATSON COAL & MIXING CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OK
Offics, No. I4 North Pennsylvania St
and 15 North Illinois St.,
AVENUE I)HUfS HTOllli.
Jobes & Dougherty,
417 Indiana Avenue,
Dealers in Drugs. Mediclnp. Chemical. Toilet
oaps. ilalrand Tooth Brushes, l'crfuiuerv and Fancy
Toilet Articles, Trusses and Shoulder braces, 1'ure
Wines and Liquors for Medical Purples, Palntn.OilH,
Varnisnes, Dye btuns, Olass, 1 utly.
STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
Carbon Oils, Lamps and Chimneys-
'Prescriptions accurately compounded.
(Ree Line) C-. C-. C- and Indianapolis-
DKP A BT. ARRIVE.
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Day & S. fc.x-.....4 (Kani lniprs w.am.Lx.I2 .Vpui
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Indianapolis. Bloomington & Wot
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11 1. A W.Ex.d'y.ll 00pm
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Mall A Cin. Ex 4 15amMall
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