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Uli Id 1 games were indulged in, in fact all that pertains to making man happy was there, and all went home saying what a nice time we had. Evidently these ladies have been t ere before and know how it is done. OF BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. SUITS SELLING ELSEWHERE AT $7.00, WE SELL AT $4.75; $4.00, WE SELL AT $2.50; $3.00. WE SELL AT $1,75, ö 0 cDnQ 13 W. WasMa gtoa it GEO. HEITKLAE, IMTsLziag-er. TAGGARTS CRACKERS Aro 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 Liatiors. Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Mead, Boot and Peruvian Beers. Our EXQUISITK FERFUJXES are unrivalled by any in the market for DELICA3I aiä MM! Of ODOR TOILET S0AP3 and TOILET POWDERS, ELEGANT CUT GLASd BOTTLES, HAND and STAND MIRRORS. IB THE POPULAR HATTER Is on hand with the largest assort ment of SUMMER HATS ever displayed in this City. No. 16 East Washington St. pletely, overcame the old lady, and she immediately went of in a trance. At last account she was trying to find out what would be her name in the next world ;iT?eid2 fel,?ws Picnic is posponed un til July, date of which will be stated in the next issue of the Leader. Fine lace ties, 25, 30, and 35 cents. Fine Ildkf. ties 40 and 45 cents. Wide laces, 5 cents, very cheap Fancy Bazar, 6 East Wa&hington St. The Odd Fellows' picnic, which was to have taken place next Wednesday, has been posponed until July, at which time it will take place at Edinburg. Further notice LeaderPPear ID 8ubse(luent issues of the The Blake Street Loan and Building As socution began the sale of shares last Wed nesday evening. Sixty shares were disposed of. ine officers elected to v organization is competed ate: AV. F. Bern- Mrs. W. D. Met oy, w ho baa been visiting her parents in Littlu Bock, Ark., has re turned home. WEDDING STORIES. Mr. L. E. Chrir-y u on trial before a jury in Justice Thompson's :ourt,cn a clareof disturbing a religious meeting. Mr. Christy was reviewer of the Sabbalhscho,: les son, at Allen Chapel. It appears that elder Titus became dissatisfied with Mr. Christy as reviewer. A few Sun days ago after "the lesson was over Mr. Titus rose and reviewed it and the Superin tendent, without calling on Mr. Cbrisiy, asked for the Secretary's report. Mr. Cur .V ty rose and asked the Sup erintendent if he had been relieved of of his duties. Elder Titus replied that he would answer the question. Mr. Christy re fused to receive an answer from Mr. Titus, and a good deal of confusion followed during which the pastor dismissed the school. These in brief are about the facts. The pastor had Mr. Christy arrested on a charge of disturbing a religious meeting. We retrain from comment until the facts have beer, brought out by the Court. fleury Clay, Vault cleaner, residence 245 "W. street. "Work done promptly and omtble rates. Seventh at reaa- L'5 Dr. J. S. Jordan, the great lung physi cian will be at the Spencer Ilouse the first seven days of July, those afllicted with that disease will do well to call on him. U. 11. of V. The third annual celebration of the Lodges and Temples of the United Brothers and Sisters of Friendship will take place at the Exposition grounds July 4th. Arrangements have been made by which we will have the best ot musical talent and speakers of national reputation, refrsehments of all kinds served on the grounds and every thing will be done to make the stranger comfortable. N. G. M. F. D. Morton "of Evansville is expected. Come one! Come all. State Fair. "Wo have ju9t received the premium list of tVl TndixTin. Xtufo Vuir wh?rli finn-ina iha, J D hl b S t Mauer Treasurer; 2Cth of September, and lasts five days. The Board of Agriculture have made consi iera- BIB RGER Also a large a&sortment of CLOTH, HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING and SHOE BRUSHES. A lull assortment of STATIONERY, And in fact ANYTHING. EVERYTHING, usually kept In a IRST CLASS DRUG HOUSE, 12 years half price. Those who wish the beautiful citv of Columbia themselves of this opportunity. J. D. Basrbv. Secretary' The funeral of 'Miss Nettie Payne took place last Sabbath afternoon from the Sec ond Baptist Church. Miss Payne was a very arable young lady and well thought of by h11 who knew her. The ceremonies were conducted by the United Sisters of Friend ship, of which body she was a member. Gethsemane Commandery Knights Tern. plars, is making extensive preparations for Very low rates will be secured from here to' Sear wi,1 no doubt be very large .lVi icmiujwmu wüo wish to see the beautiful sights of the Forest City and enjoy the coaling breezes of Lake Erie should be saving up a few shekels. Edward Mclntvr Street Thursday in a drunken stupor and ble improvements in the State Fairground also in the list of premium?, which they have thi3 year increased twenty per cent. The women's department, managed by tbo Pioneer Association in that work, U well arranged, and provided with an extensive list of special premiums. The various other departments ate presided over by competent superintendent?, and every convenience ol exhibitors looked after. The attendance this Installation. The installation exercises of the Indepen dent Daughters of Honor, took place at the Second Baptist Church on Tuesday evening ...... conveyed to the Station House bv Cant last' Mr C' A' Webb G- M- acteJ as wm ava ?icho'rVaDd meers Paul and Stemel of ceremonies, a nstrd by J. Preston, win avail Soon after hJs arriyal at en. Kl -Washington and Mrs. Jvezmb o . ' " was seen that he was seriniKlir ill t, vi uwer, aiao too a leaaing part. Thelollow- Sam McClure has been taking in Louis- dispensary physician ing ladies were installed as officers lor the Hie this week. & LiXZf enfuini? vear: Mrs. Kalnh Smmldino- , rm, . . . I ".vlu,,Culw, xie leaves a n;if. i y . - . r- -r- r. unurcn. lnsew loric. a tew iavs nw. v.vorv i resident; an. Lou binith. becretaiy ; Mrs. seat was occupied. The bridal party arrived 1,1 litt MnrtrA TroQCiirop ATro Jann a I . rri n . . 1 V . . . vine mis wee. rrltri it- ! luiui viuuuta iKHr is r train i iuu laniiiv. seen on the streets. v;n;m i? i m, n. . ... "c"" "flown 10 iame in Indian 1 he Pinafore did nnt mn nnt va.tr nmll nnn ia Tr TT..t j ... , n -j r ' J I uuh-, aim oiner cities as A Half Dozen of The in Showing That Merry May Is the Marrying Time. I Baltimore Sunday News. Chicago's most brilliant May wedding was that of an army officer to the daughter of a wealthy merchant. The marriage ceremony was performed at Grace Episcopal Church at midday. Though the sun was shining the "garish light of day" was excluded from the Church and the gas jets were put upon duty. While the company was assembling an organist intoned a number of musical selections. "Thus," says a retort in the Army liegister, "there was an ellect of sub dued gaslight and melody well calculated to enhance the interest of the occasion, which was still further enlivened by the more than usually handsome incoming toilets that were continually flitting up the aisles, escorted by the gold-braided and otherwise resplendent uniforms." Several Generals, a number of Colonels and many other officers, all in uniform, were present. At 12 o'clock the bridal company moved up the aisle, the six ushers coming first, in full uniform, followed by the six bridesmaids, in white. The bride's dress was of rich white satin, elaborately trimmed with lace upon the front of the skirt, and flowingback from the waist in a very long, full train. The vail was illusion, caught at the back ot the head with a few natural flowers, and in her hand she carried a cluster of lilies of the valley. The ushers drew up in "open file," facing each other, three on a side, just before the chancel steps, and the bridesmaid-, passing between them, took position on each side of the chancel, while the bride, just as she reached the top of the steps, was met by the groom, who, with his "best man," had entered the chancel from the vestry during the progress of the bridal party up the aisle. Candles burned on the altar on each side of several stands of choice flowers, and the whole ceremony was after the full Episcopal order, with the ring, and during its performance the Church organ played softly. An "old-fashioned Southern wedding" delighted the heart of Kentucky a few nights ago. The marriage was at "Edgeleigh," which is described by the Louisville Courier Journal as "the bride's ancestral hail." More than 400 members of the two lamilies interested presented themselves at the man sion. "This mansion," says the Courier Journal "an ideal Kentucky homeis situ ated on a beautiful bluegrass summit in the southern suburb of Mount Sterliner, over looking the city and the green pasture lands that roll away to the horizon. Peaks of the Cumberland Mountains, enveloped in filmy blue, twenty miles oil', shape the background to the-glorious landscape hewed from this natural throne. The castle-like building is surrounded by tapering pines and umbrageous monarchs of the forest, intermingled with flowering plants and shrubs. A velvety lawn slopes abruptly to a brook purling its was through the grasses, and upon which the moon threw a silver sheen on the wed ding night. A wooden span connects the yard w ith the outer world, adding to the pic uiresqueiiess of the scene. On the wedding night Chinese lanterns glowed in the deep shades of the wide-branching trees, lighting up the walks and drives to the pleasure place. The mansion, brilliantly illumin ated, was visible for many miles. Every thing was lovely, and at 9 o'clock the bride and groom, preceded by six attendants, each marched into the large double parlors and stood beneath a beautiful marriage-bell cun ningly fashioned of Marachal Neil rosebuds and the bloom of the wild haw." The bride, a grandniece of President Zachary Taylor, is described as "a bright, sparkling blonde." who looked lovely in a plain satin court train, brocaded satin" front, pearl pas sementerie, lace and pearl ornaments. She held a bunch of Marachal Neil rosebuds during the ceremony. No fewer than 4.000 invitations were issued for a wedding that took place at Grace Church, in New ork, a few days ago. Every rr THE HEAD! BUTLER & BROWN, Central Pharmacy, 22 WEST WAP,TTTrn.TnM n DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMES, TOILET SOAPS, BRUSHES AND DRUGGIST'S NOTIONS. MINERAL WATERS. Apmts lor UoLRICKE & TAFELS HOMaUPATMC MEDICINES O ZEE E APEST A. IST ZD BEST CALL -A. IVO SEE OUR Coal Oil SEE THEM BAKE AND THEN BUY ONE AND TRY I'. F. P. SMITH & CO rVo. 35 IV or-tli Illinois Street. CHEAP BREAD. CHEAPER THAN FIOTJR. If you desire the best and CHEAPEST BREAD, ask your Grocer for Bryce's Large-Sized Five Cent Loaves. BRYCK'S " VIENNA BREAD " and BRYCE'S BOSTON BREAD are equally cheap. Bryce's Bread and Bryce's Butter Crackers are unexcelled as to quality. J P. & W. W. WEAVER, Undertakers and Furnishers, 33 N. Illinois St., Y. M. C. A. B'ld'g, Onr IHre a 1rw mm mnv tYiAW V 1 ; . I . .- t " J vvuvi PlrtUUDUllirUfc XU luv -J City. BRANCH OFFICE-Cor Illinois nd South .trt. wbere we have fnll line r.l !Uck nJ Lirery. A com petent attendant at both Offices day a,ud night. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Besaeafcer ths Place. Sign of ins to he around again. (ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.) INDIANA AVENUE, Cor. Vermont. in Crawforderdaville. Samuel Wade, formerlv of 1ft 1.4 Pltr ia now living at 134 S. High St., Columbus. Ohio. Mrs. J. H. Rinererold has heen indisposed for Beveral weeks, but is now able Eomething of a masher, has skipped the country, and fled to Windsor, Canada to . rP,v 8ecultion for biSamJ. It seems l nat William has an overpowering fondness tor the softer sex, which he can manifest in no other way tban by taking them under his matrimonial wing. We are informed that tne vigiiance of wife No. 2 was all that pre vented him fpm aAA'.w, - v o a Cellia Moore, Treasurer; Mrs. Jennie Mil ton, Assistant Treasurer; Miss Mary v augnn, mot; Mrs. uuida W ebb, Marshal; Mrs. Agnes Preston, Assistant Marshal; Mrs. Chandler, Sentinel. Tile exercises were in every respect a success. The organ ization of I. D. of II. grew out of tho oppres tions of slavery, and is the product of color ed men3 brains. It deserves success. 99 CITY NEWS. Mrs. Moses Anderson, of tlm Htv rhn l"."1 w" was all thatpre- has been visiting relatives' in Nashville tor 'fi Zlter some time. h& hpn In answer tnn,, iw.i- a.JJ r gene H. Jones, son of Rev Daniel J ' V A A- V. V breeze swept down upon us last Mondav eveniBg. It was of short duration, howevef d'' " T wt" .! The fellow who tried to hit off nnA nf K. RiW r t,, .v.. i . , , zr. n , " " " i ums cays buat ne naa no Officer Dudley's fingers last Saturday night, intimation of Eugene's 'illness until he re- Daid for his tun to thA tuna nt ft 1 & f.n f A- roiira tha folnn.. .. . . w- " w uwu- v iuu vciccmiu nuuuunr nta naaih Tha wom:n. . : 1 1 v- : . 1 . . Crawfordsville Kxcarsion. The Masonic excursion to Crawfords ville was in every essential a complete success. The special trrin of five coaches carrying the excursionists left the Union depot at balf past eight o'clock, arriving in Crawfordsville at half past ten, without ac- TO SUBSCXUBERS. If you fail to receive yonr paper, no tify this office at once. ; To Rnbnerlbertv. It you see a blue mark on your paper, Know tnat your time is up, and tnat your paper will be discontinued unless vou up. The blue mark will not be used for sub scribers in the city of Indianapolis; they will De reguiariy visitea py a conecior. it is tor all outside of the city. day. The Dickson Bros, have awarißd th con tract for their bill-DOstinf the cnminvi. son to John Edwards, the boss bill-poster of int oiaie. James AVoods. of the Vandalia T.in U takine a "lav off." and rumor ha. il lhl ha has matrimonial designs on a certain Evans- vuie iaay. Rev. Moses Broyles will deliver a lecture a m i .... - cident or incident of note. The coaches rw . . C AA14J UUaLli. I lüe remains will be interred at Paris, Kv. were all well filled with a jolly crowd of f3: v nceoiineiam11 onnext happy pleasure hunters bent on having a t?? J" J Rental Nash- day of fun. Arrived at Crawfordsville, the Snifh -f 9 death He was a Knights formed in line and after marching aaa Promising young man. and his through the principal streets of the city, sudden death will sadden many hearts. and going through several artistic evolutions Your reporter listened to some very ex- n 8treet parade, filed out to the fair grounds cellent instrumental and vocal music a few WQere the festivities of tho day were held evenings elnce at the rpsidonnA m The excursionists were welcomed bv Mavor oaran Armstrong, 262 Massachusetts Ave. iiamsay m a neat speecn. next Tuesday night at the Second Baptist an though the time, the incident, the place' ton and otbers lso made speeches. Much America." I red there, exist now. but in th mmsiu I Terre Haute and other excursions which Don't foreet the O. A. H. excursion lle7 8hal1 not suffer from foreetfulnoss: P601 There were one o: two entertain- OlUmDUS. On ÖUnda V. JulV lOth Furo fnr I , r ""fc" oiguv to memory Uear. I " " taucu "6" accim:an. iu me th miiTirt Irin 7, v:u j- Jiaaam Armstrong is a cenial nnaniftu with weary, sleepy pilcrnms lett for home line, married her by cable. . . . ... ... ... I . . J . I I Itti-IlT nhnon a.aJ i. . . tf 11 n'nlrlr I A t. 51 npflllllKT in tlAlltroc i- A?ent is reouirea to setue not later iz ve&rs. n&ir tRm. "mVOD wooubcbius io oe 10 extrar- ji than Thursday of each week, for the papers naaA f , .1. v m.u? sunsnine as possible from f . - - - I l - w kiiU TO AU EX TS. at noon. The bridal toilet was a beautiful allair of shaded satin, with full train, trimmed with point lace. There were four bridesmaids. The toilets of two of them were of pale pink satin, with full train, trimmed with heavy folds of Spanish lace; those of the other two were of a pale-green tint of satin, trimmed with the same material. All four wore hats trimmed with white, and carried lanre bounuets of whit. llowers. The ushers were all in simple morning costume black cutaway coats and lieht trousers and each wore a single white flower in his button-hole. The reception, at the residence of the bride's father, was one of the largest that ever graced the present euumg season pro oa üiy tne largest At 4:4.5 p. in. the bridal pair took leave of the guests and repaired to their carriage, fol lowed by a shower of rice thrown after them by the ushers and bridesmaids. "There is so much marrying and giving in marriage going on in New York," says the World, ' that any tale which blooms with orange blossoms will easily find credence and attract listeners." The latest, nf tha wedding stories is that a couple of lovers recently were married by cable. It apperrs that the heroine is a tradesman's daughter. In tying her bonnet under her chin, she tied a young man's heart within. The younsr counle belonged tn an nristrk. ciatic family. When his parents learned of the love-making last month, they sent the culprit on a European tour. Arrived in London, the vouncr' man lrew nrwn f,ia father for several thousand, and, summon ing his sweetheart to the other end of the jQRUGGISTS. W. A. fc I. X. PATI ISOX, Wholesale and Retail Druggiots, 100 Est Washing, too St. Surgical Instruments a specialty. III,L. & 4 South Mf-rli'lau Sreet, 1st Square South of Washington street. -A.. O. ZEE. ANNUAL EXCURSION TO COLUMBUS VIA J. M. & I. R. R., SUNDAY, JULY 10 FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP, From Franklin, 50o. Fdinburgt 40c Children under 12 Years, half-fare. The fair grounds have been secured for the picnic. Refreshments will be served on the grounds. Amusements of various kinds have been provided for. Excursion trains will run from Louisville and Madison. Train leaves the Union Depot at 8 A. M. sharp, returnicg leaves Coin m bus at 7 P. M. TICKETS FOR SALE At 62 and 59 Soutn Illinois Street; 143 West Washington Street: 159 and 243 West McCarty Street; 49 South Wet Street; bbt Virginia Avenue; 105 Harrison Street, and at the Union Depot on the morning of the excursion . BY ORDER OF COMMITTEE. EXCURSION" FROM INDIANAPOLIS TO W. F. KCPP. OflKXT W. F. RUPP Sc CO. MERCHANT TAILORS 23 East Washington Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. SEE I SEE! SEE! THE "Otto" Silent Gas Engine. Ericsson's Ni w Caloric Fmnpicg Ecine GAS STOVES Of every description on exhibition and for sale at cost at the office ot the IXDIARAFOOS GAS-LIGHT AND COKE CO. No. 49 S. PENNSYLVANIA ST. II. XV of the preceeding week-no papers are to 0f the evening star, Venus, being visible at Ta a an t tt anv front mhn Tails tntia in cat. I !J 3 ... . 0 j - mia-aay, wis wee, auch phenomena are Jl- Nn TrAra um tn ha nnlri on r.rfldit tin- - ff - " less the agent chooses to pav for them and i uxi wuö rifsK. oi coiiccbiiig. liA in which she is ablv seconded hv nor dnr o. complished and attractive daughter, Miss Jennie Picket. Dum vimimus vivamus. The grand opening of the Blackford St. of frequent occurrence. Remember that William Bell, at hia Sar atoga billiard ball and cigar store, keeps 3. Each azent is to order onlv the nnm- Dol?1D but the finest brands of cigars, and v r . . . . ,1 I ucutuv umer in nis nmisp i . oer ?I papers inai. can oe soia. - ... . the season. A grand procession of all the xnere are several gentlemen oi eooa i "uuu7 wno was arrestea last Sahbo.th.Ql e C " , ; standing in the communities in which they Monday by officer Thomson on a charge of by Belfs cornet band will mÄrohtr,V tit live, who are indebted to us in variouV attempted rape on the person of Lottie ow- rXrSnle n&r uoi onnn rtl.. .1 I I- r - vii-jr hue iarK. -Not the least feature of the occasion will be Grand Rally andlteuni Vermnef ontStree Church. Indianapolis, June 6, 1881. To all the ministem Mra og I o w" v -. iv, Bivi u UU. I 1 - uvawuOj rark, under the auspices of Jones' Taber- nreachers. stewards, class lpr a nacle, which will take nl . ' . V . 7 " u .nd Te..y,win no doSbt b. The enf E A grand procession of all tha jf r ' """'s a - - " -" II h riiuii K1H At a weddincr in Montreal a few 1n va arm the Church was so crowded that a portly old gentleman with a suiny bold head provid ed himself with a camp stool. When he his seat the treacherous canvass, on which he too confidingly trusted for support. snappeu usunuer wnn a vicious and reso nant crack as of a whip. What was next heard was a hollow sound, as of Hrnm roduced by the impact of the victim's hair! ess scain uron tue adiarent tpw rinnr Sprisffieli Oliin WHITE, MERCHANT TAILOR 37 WEST MARKET ST. sums. V e have their letters acknowledging uer was acquitted or the charge, the same and promising to pay. We have The Knight Templars are making exten uo desire to iniure those gentlemen, but we sive preparations for their grand excursion wouk um iuuuvj. f o iuhko buio uuai ap- 10 vieveiana, wmcn takes place in August le and if they do not do They expect to take out a bie crowd. uion tiie R(iia(frt. rw j - which was burst open by the shock. Next Gethsemane Commandery, Alpha Chap- w-as seu apparition of two lags in the j --w AVA Ä.X.X J W LA AAA bent on the floor. Tivo men immediately rushed to the assistance of the fallen one. EVERYBODY GET READY ! For a general jubilee, to be given by the Independent Sons of Honor In Springfield, Ohio, on or about August A, the train to leave the Union Depot, Indian apolis, August 3d, at 10 o'clock p. m. peal to them to setth so we will lav the facts before the public. and allow their fellow citizens to decide whether they are worthy of the confidence oi honorable men. Th Leader is on sale at the following places. Joseph Smith's news depot, No. 13 N. II. unois sireei, opposite ijates ilouse. Bell's cigar store, No. CO West .Market. Louis Eichrodt' drug store, 99 Indiana A very brilliant comet has anneared in the eastern part of the Heavens. An nor- eon catching the same, dead or ali ve nnrl presenting it at this office, will be handsome ly rowaraea. One of the favorable sicna of th tim t. to see colored men embarking in different uusiness enterprises. Henry Turner, the grocer, is the latest acouisition tn the wt. neas iraiernuy. The matrimonial bands wh - ' - n vVA Anna Day and Peter Wells toeether about two years ago, were severed last week. The j j rwt vuar- ter. Union Court. Leah Court In " I uuv i'vuuvu y Sons of Honor. Tnpnnnnt 1nA4A.a ,r " ' r utui.uio Ul rUSllfMl tl. t iO flftfiifttAnftA of tho fallen the barbecuing of . mighty oiwhiCh wül stSJTVU IKfT 1IrniD?' ho reappeared rubbing his bead Bard al be .erred .to Kthe public Ii 1 p. m.. aacr Ö ?t'r sVri L nderment about him. A np- which addresses will be made bv fcev's nZI u , " .Vu,"u. oinoi suoauea lugmer nowed over the Titus and Jones. Alfred Hrri ii t v vlMUK "uveniie ivnignts ol assemoiageu HL1!.Si,y,.1L9n S-ney. Twenty.'flve ,Z ..1 Sisters of Charity, Good Samaritans, Mag nolia Lodge, .Sisters of Bethlehem, and others not mentioned. We wish to call attention of all who are addressed above as Church societies, and cents will admit to the gate, and dinner free. The Park will be kept open to the public all the season. Straw Hats Sold the cheapest for men and boys at Seaton's Hat Store, 25 North Pennsylvania street. That the present May is a "month of mar nages is shown by the enlarged columns of marriage nonces in me newspapers. But the month apparently hasn't been suitable for weddings in some instances. The St. Paul Pioneer-Press tells of a wedding that was rostioned last week because "the unfor- wMn. i i i v . . , . . I luiiiiie groom was snow-Dounu in iaKota also those who do not belong to any organ!- Territory," and the Williamsport (ra.) BaS iuu, tust x wisn u iorm a grand reunion ner says: "We are credibly informed that avenue -.Tr.,, T. j , . , , .T , . ,. j "oDomuiwi wees, me Will i loyd s barber shop. 2o. 5 Indiana twain are no longer one flesh, but are free avenue. to wed again if they chose. i Scott Lucas barber shop, 2io. 161 In diana avenue. Wanted. A situation by a middle-aged, qualified woman as cook, chambermaid, or to nurse the sick. Inquire at 129 Lincoln St. south- I errand rallv . , - east part of city. of all the organizations of the citv and Stute Tho object of which shall be to rid all the Churches, halls or lodges of debt in the State of Indiana. You are respectfully in invited to my auu ruuuion on JU1V 1 i. N. It. We have at considerable expense refitted and furnished the Leader office, No. 11 Miller's Block. Our rooms are pleasant and accessible, and we shall be pleased to have our friends drop in at their pleasure and read our exchanges, pay their bills and chat with the editor. Baobt & Co. Policeman Hart is improving. Robt. Edwards is very ill again. Louis Eichrodt, druggist, 99 Indiana ave nue. Mr. Albert Farley went to Madison, last Sunday, with the excursion. Mr. Jas. T. Smith, of St. Louis, father of Vandalia George," was the city last Sun day. , Professor Watkins and lady, and Miss Glenn, all ot Evansville, were in the oity this week. Miss Jessie Johnson, the niece of J. II. Ringgold, will spend the summer in In dianapolis. The annua! excursion cf the Ancient Order of Hibernians to Columbus Ind., takes place July 10, thfe fare for the round trip is only 70 cts. for adults, children under Notice. Now Is the time to take stock in the new A partv of ladies and centlemen liatrtrvt ... r "i v"4wi by Messrs. Saunders, Chapman, Freeman and Kinggold, will picnic at MverV cr next week. Fishing, croquet and dancing building and loan associations. Sixty shares will be the enjoyment of the day. were sold at the first meeting, last Wednes- Blackfo deStry cÄITt gjVeD &i dW evenin6 at J- R' Mauer S ßery. w7k!rbl;:i5U:rch la8t Tuesday and cor. Blake and Elizabeth streets. " "vij Higuk, is tpoKen oi as a great success, as wo knew it would be, Mrs. Man son, like her husband, being no dreamer The Council has concurred in the report of the Conference Committee recommend ing the building of a City Hall and work house, at a cost not to exceed $75 000 or $100,000. The City Clerk will advertise for plans at once. Messrs. Archie A. King and Joseph Lee both teachers in the St. Louis schools, werd in the city Friday en route to their homes at Cincinnati. In company with their friend, J. II. Ringold, they made a com plete inspection of our city. I It is said that an old lady living in the west end was being shown the plant . wuii-H us appeared so brilliantly for New Firm. Mr. Thomas Lowe and' Mr. Seaton. late of the Regular Army have bought out the saloon, No. 155 Indiana ave. These gentle men have refitted, restocked and reformed this house, so that now it is one of the most Sleasant places in that part of the citv. lessrs. Lowe and Seaton invite the nat. ronacje of the public. They will sell noth ing but the best brands of liquors and cigars. Give them a call. 1881, on the third Sundav in .Tulv. Rrinw all the help you can and youshall have the same compliment. W. C. Trevan, Pastor of Bethel A. M. E. Church, Ver. mont street, Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Cook, from the countrj', fell asleep in his chair on the veranda of the St. James Hotel, fet. Lrouis, and did not wake until 4 o'clock a. m. His watch and $.r00 in money had in the mean time been stolen. He was very angry, and resolved to catch the thief at any cost of , time and trouble. On four successive nights he feigned sleep in the same chair, with the brais chain of a brass watch hanging out temptingly, but nobody touched it. On the fifth night, however, the pickpocket returned. He had scarcely pulled out the watch when Cook ojened lire with a revolver, and when a surgeon looked the thief over critically, four bullets were found in Iiis body. A Pleasant Affair. The entertainment given last eveniagby Mrs. Albert Farley and Miss badie L. Itobins at the residence of Mrs. ,j i . , ' ,. , "u,v u vi.o "vuiui at mo resiuence oi Airs. several days, but she did not estA f icoir a . . I it until . f r C , . K. V4 ojr, iw, tow ennon oireei, was one or H until just a few moments before the llreing the most pleasant and delightfiil affairs it ex nnii6 gnif m memor7 of ouf dead has ever been our lot to participate in. The ex Governor. The amazement ot .a;n . ua: r -.v, u K . j , . - - - v nuwm morn was a koouiv numner IS VS? the frin ef ihüni Present, were looking their very sweetest, gun, coupled with the early prophecy of the and the gent's smiled "child like and ear lv n ores an nf nnr v. vnuum com. i oianu." juusic, reireshments and social The women of Portland, Me., several years aero petitioned the Citv Government tn or. Tuesday point a woman to take charge of women ar- resbeu uy mo jnjiiuw. Aiier great enort they were allowed to have the woman, pro vided they pay her for her services out of their own pockets. Since thon tho city pays one-half of her salary and the women the other half. If Portland women had a vote in the municipal election, the city would have paid the woman as it does its male policemen. , a marriage ceremonv that was to have taken placn in this city the other day was indefi nitely postponed on account of the hot Weather." Thus Cunid'.s toes were frrwtoA in one part of the Union and his little heart scorched in another during the same week. Crown Trince Rudolph gave to his bride a wedding present of a charming little pony carriage, ornamented with gold, and two uncommonly small onies of the most beau tiful shape and color. This little has been sent to the castle where the young pair are spending their honeymoon. The story that the bride vept at the wedding otcause sue saw standing near a voung American with whom she had fallen in love in Paris three years ago is denied. One of the sturdiest feats in swimming ever performed in St. Louis was by William liarr, who when he plunged in from the great bridge, desired to commit suicide, but changed bis mind on striking tbe water. The suicide of Clive Hersee, a brother of Lose Hcrsce, the prima donna, recontlyre Iorted from Colorado, was marked by a sim ilar change of purjose, but in his case he could not save himself. The Soldene Opera Company, to which he belonged, were on a train which was delayed ona high bridge over Clear Creek. As though suddenly con ceiving the idea, he cried, "Good-by all," and jumped from the platform of the car. once in the water he tried with all his micrht to reach the shore, aud his companions sought to assist him; but a swift current swept him away. 'It is easy to see," said the teacher to his pupil, "that vou don't understand the sub ject," Very likely," returned the pupil, 'father told ino only last week that he didn't think it worth while to pay for the services oi eucu an instructor." Arrangements have been made by which the train will stop at Cambridge ity, Rich mond, Ind., ana Hamilton, Oul, for the benefit of all who wish to enj(y this trip from those points 8ee Inture nosier for nartli-n. lars. we anticipate a grand and pleasant time, and a large excuiston. The I 8. of II. of Louisville have been beard fom, and have promised to cary not less than ten car loads. The I. 8. of II. of KpriDgfleld extend us a cordial invitation. . For full particulars see posters and mall bills which will be Issued in due time. Let everybody make their arrangements to go wnn us. 4TThe Cheapest Raus ever heard of will be THE COMMITTEE. WHOA ! JANUARY ! ! S"Goods Ma Tri hi med to order a Specialty JOHN D. PRINZ, Dealer in all kinds of AND Country Produce. Fine Wines and Liquors ('tears. and Choice NO. 196 INDIANA AVENUE, Indianapolis, Ind. AD. HER ET H, Manufacturer off m mi m m No. 35 West Market Street, Bosi Block, one half Square East of Illinois Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing Done in the Best Manner. JAMES T. HILL, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, OFFICE, WESLEY BLOCK, Rear No 28 Indiana Av. DR. J. S. JORDAN'S LUNG RENOVATOR. Mm, Mik HORSE CLOTHING AND BOOTS, No. 74 EAST COURT STREET, Between Penn. and Delaware Sts., HDIAXArOLIS, - . . IXD1AXA. GincinnaiiHamilton Dayton VIA. RUSI1VILLE, CONNERSVILLE, LIBERTY and HAMILTON. 2 Trains Dally, ) Between Bundays EiC. j Indianapolis & Cincinnati. it PnnPftiAni morla f Oil rwxlnta IT no and West or Cincinnati and Indianapolis. Bam -i. BTKvrasox, Qen. Ticket Agt. L. "Williams, Gen. Manager. ctppIs all other rempdlPR to heal, build no tha ftyatem and purify tbe blood. It to-day stände unequaled. It baa curfd thousands of true consumption. Everybody tvhoald know of its healing power. Inquire for Dr. Jordan's Lung kprnrmr. tho crrnt lnni? remedv. All fli-RL. c'sss drueelau seil lt. Y noirs&led by whole sale druggists.