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NORTH ILLINOIS STREET
WHOLESALE, and RETAIL DEALER IN
AND .
SEWING- MACHI3STE GOODS
t P?U0r the '1Iousehold' ami the "New Remington" 4 Drawer, I3ox Top, Droj
Lea! of binger Pattern Machine, $26.50. Machines for rent. Second hand machines cheap
All kinds of machines repaired and warranted. . Needles, Oil and Attachments for al
machines.
F. P. SMITH & Co.,
WHOLESALE
LAMPS
Queensware,
Eibrary Lamps, Lantern, Brackel. Oil Stove, I-iibrlnitiiig Oils.!
c-iiitiigm sijjuui
Burners and Lamp
oitli
GET YOUR
And all your School Supplies. Bach
Slates, Strap. Sponge, Satchels, etc.,
where, for each and every
book, will be
A Handsome Durable Cloth
Cover at
iichrodt's
99I -
NOTICE I
n-t . litt rrxr School Book. Ill
xriU34 jm eujk sums ' - . . .
clndtng all apptles, and j ou may rest assured J
that a cover wm De on, or wna mo vw-..
Sold at List, or Down Town Prices.
Senenfcer the Plice. Sijn of the
xsr HOSTAS STS2ET LAHP. '-1
(ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT.)
CITY XEH'S.
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
ir 70a fAll to receive your
tlfjr tiki offi once.
paper, no-
To NaberilMr.
It vou see a blue mark on your paper,
Know" that your time is up, and that your
paper will be discontinued unless you pay
up. The blue mark will not be used for sub
scribers in the city of Indianapolis: they will
be reirularlv visited bv a collector. It i3 for
all outside of the city.
TO AOE38T.S.
1. Agent ia required to settle not later
thsvn Thursday of each week, for the paper
of the nreceedine week no papers are toi
be sent to any agent who, fails thus to eet
tie.
8. No papers are to be sold on credit un
less the aeent chooses to pay ior mem nna
run the risk ol collecting.
8. Each agent is to order only the num
ber of papers that can be sold.
The Leader is on sale at the following
places.
Bell's clear store. No. 60 West Market
Joseph Smith's news depot, No. 13 N. Il-I
linois street, opposite Hates House.
LauU Eichrodt' drucr store. 99 Indiana
yenue.
Will Flovd's barber thoD. No. 5 Indiana
arenue.
i3cott & Lucas' barber shop, No. 161 In
diana avenue.
Owing to the very full account of the
death of President Uarfiald which we give
to-day, there is some slight disarrangement
in the usual position of our advertisements
Everything will be as usual next week.
Smoke the Magnolia.
Tom F. I want hush money.
. Louis Eichrodt, druggist, 99 Indiana ave-
nne.
Have you a lame horse? Call tor Kendall's
Spavin Cure. Head advertisement. J
Mr. Gabriel Joaea has returned from Chi-'
cago, and is aeain attending the High
School. . -
Owens and Johnson of the I. B. & W.
have the connaence oi ineir employers to a
high degree.
The boys f the C, I., St. & C, cay thej
will all run through from Cincinnati to Chi
cago next week.
The J. II. T. is all the go.
K. Brown of the Vandalia got maahed on
a crazy woman, they were bringing her hcrt
to put in the ylum.
Work is progressing rapidly on the new
State House, and it begins to assume the ap
pearance oi the magnificent structure it u
intended to be.
Mr. U. W. arker left Monday evening
for Cairo. 111. He will stop otfin Terr
Hute and St. Louis for a few davs. Some
one up north is sad, but it can't be helped
Several cisrar venders were fined this
week before justices for Sabbath desecration
If you want to stll cigars on Sunday, you
must also sell sandwiches. So says Judg
Bidile,
Owing to the death of the President, the
pilgrimage to Springfield was not what wast
expected in point oi num Der. inose wn
attended, however, wero well pleased with
their trip.
Smoke the O. T. W. It is the boss.
Two laborers, William Hall and Isaai
rvten. en eased in tearing down the old
frame building on Illinois stree b' tween
eiL
BOOKS
III
Brag1
Store
Ohio and Market, were sencusly i. jure.inand Lincoln monument, where tho celebr.!
. . TITJnyo4ty Vitt Ivo i ) . r i.Mll.pVlf' HTlifoJt
fallin' section of the frame work. The ac
cident was undoubtedly the result ofcare-J
leasness on the part of some one. The
wounded men were removed to the Surgical
Institute for medical attention. Costen.the
I GLASSWARE
Chandeliers,
uuu turuon uns, improved
1 rimming generally.
Xlliiioiis S5$Ux35Ta
INDIAWAPOLIö, IND.
-AND-
y
rfr
--asri
We are ofleriner unusual induce-
-
ments in all varieties of
Boots and Shoes
FOR FALL WEAR.
You will find in our stock all of the
latest and most desirable styles.
BARNARD'S
0CCIDEIHL
SHOE STORE.
Cornor of Washington
and Illinois Ets,
worst injured of the two. was "afterward
taken to the Hospital, and Hall to his home
on Water street. Thev aro both imnrov
. " i
ing.
All first-class tobacconists sell the J. II.
T.
Ashland, Pa, June 3, 1880. A case of
spavin that came under mv observation wa&
rtntircl v phtpH bv nn a Knf tla TTonalla'
ISpavin Cure, and the horse sold afterwards
itor Yours truly, (J. II. Barnard
! Attention! every one. Have you heard 2
ment.
For a pleasant smoke try the Ü. T. W.
Jack Landers is having the old building!
at No. 71 North Illinois street torn away,!
preparatory to the erection of a brick busi-1
ness block. - I
Some of the constables olaced theinaAlv
tin a ridiculous light last Sunday, by buying
Joicars and then arrestin ? the llpr TKov?
laseist in breaking the law, and then arrest
tneir acciomplices.
The seceding Baptists from the Second
uaptist cnurcfc will probably buy the
L-nurcn in which they are now worshinino-
turner oi onn ana öpnug streets. They
are having large congregations at every
-e t ii . r, . r bi
meeting.
Thousands of ladies
to-dav cherish prate- Ü
ful remembrances of the help derived froiui
the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable!
wiuiA-uuu. ib rciuveiv cures an ieinn c
complaints, bend to 31rs. Lydia E Pink
uain, ettern avenue, livnn. Mas a., for
U. - 00 f Vit
S pamphlets.
The benefit reception ; tendered to Dr
1
jL.A. atson last Tuesday nieht at thei
pecond Baptist Church by his many friends
Jwas not as largely attended as expected, ow-
j ing no doubt to the death of tbe Presidents
However, a very pleasant time took place i
.uuoBHui; V ouiiiö very nne vocal and in
strumental music, by the talented Llewellyn
isters. followed bv a short add
Allison Sweeney, filled with becominnr
allusions to the death of President (Jarrlflld
and the lessons erowine out of his life hi.d
tory, as applied to the humble and obscure
,of life.
TheO. T. W. ia the favorite with al
smokers. - 1
Watson the Tailor.
A full line of fall and winter
Watson's. 33 East Market street.
goods at
For per
ifect fitting 6uits give him a call.
, ,;; : Maslc Lemoni.
Mis3 Margery E. Stepp, of Madison, Ind..
will open a music school Monday September
lztb, at 041 IN rth Mississippi St. Term
very reasonable.
C TXTVIl- .
iictia u. Tieiia uiaauiaciure ana sell a
superior quality of cigars and tobaccos, at
no menana avenue.
Removal
oavia v-aay nas removed hu boot nH
1 - A ' F W t -T . a -wr.
(w ora irom 04 JNorth 1'ennsvlvania tJ
4 1 iNorth 1'ennsylvania. opposite Post-nfflo
The firm is now Cady & Lodge.
Mr. J. II. Trimpe, the tobacconist at 1605
Indiana avenue.
The Pilgrimage to Springfield.
As advertised, the train bearing the exJ
ituisiuii w opnngueia, xii., ien the Union
Uepot m this city at 9 p. m., Wedesday, ar
riving at its destination Thursday morn
ing at 8 o'clock. Owing to the great eloom
jcaused by the death of President Garfield.
tbe party was not so larcre as irwotci
but those who went enjoyed themselves
V-plendidly. They were met by a lanre
, l c?: a.tj i p !
ni, opnugueiu, ana auer parading the
-nctfc unwutu lu iiik Ik (ich I .omofnn
jn u rai ueiu. Dpeecnes were made by
. ...... Vl.l t I . .
lUon. j. a. liinton and others. Various
places of interest were visited, and after a
day ot real pleasure and enjoyment the ex
reunion started homeward at 9 o'clock, ar-
invingin inaianapolis at 7 a. ra. JTriaay,
3
-1
LI
THE PRESIDENT'S lJKATH.
SadueKS nnd Gloom Settle Oyer the (ity.
No pen can desonbe the general gloom
that settled over the city on the reception of
he news of President Garfield's death Mon-
iav night. The news was received at this
point about 10:50 p. ni., and in a very few
f l -J 1:1
-ninuies 11 nau eproau like wiiaure all over
the city. People who had retired from the
;ares ana dusiubss 01 me aav, arose
1 1 : r . .
from their beds and sought the streets and
aewspaper offices 9 though lcth to believe
the report of the President'. death until
horoujihly satisfied of its authenticity
A.bout this time the theaters of the city be-
- J ll .. J J 1. I
ijan w cose, auu vuey auuine ineir nun
dred3 to the many already gathered on the
-Ireets, made altogether a scene seldom
tfitnes-ed at such an hour of the night, nnd
me whi-.i God grant may never happen
liram. Old men bjnt with the care of
jyears, husbands, fathers, wives and children,!
J ningled and crowded together in one mass
lof grief -fctricken though animated humanity,
.round the ditlcreut bulletin boards of the
pity, and as dispatch after dispatch only too
Jsurcly ci'nürmed tue sad tidines, turned
away in silence and with teariul laces to in
dulge in the privacy of home the grief that
was swelling up like lav within their
stricken breasts. By this time the bells ol
the ditiert'Dt church and fire towers hieran
o toll in measured cadences their doleful
-ounds f grief until, to the fearful imagina
tions " that terrible hour the sunshine and
joy of ti e world had departed, to make
room l'r cloom. and tirief. and sackcloth
ind ashes. 'Twas a time for memory and!
for tears. The suppressed excitement andl
consternation on the streets the next more-?
ing uegg'irs description, ror aunougn me
leath oi the President had been generali
'xpected, when it finally came no one
eemed ready or prepared for it. Then
ieemed to be as if from preconcerted action
i renoral stand-still in all business and
iabor, with the exception of the many en-
actd m draping and festooning the city in?
nabilinuiits of umurning and grief. The
citizen's meeting called at the Grand OperaS
House at 2:"0 p. m.. the next day after the!
-resident s aeain, whs very largely auena-
ed, and teeling addresses were made by!
Senator Harrison, Gov. Porter, Senator Mc
Donald. Kev. Air. Bartlett, llepresentative
Calkins, Attorney General Baldwin, Kev.
Myron V. Ri-ed. and others. The meeting
adjourned at 3:45 p. m.
The O. T. W. cigar has more Havana to-
v : ii .11 1 s
uacco 111 ib uiin any omer cigar in in5 mar
ket. Try it.
-r-
We have received the following lir.ef-J
from Mr. II. J. Poo on the death of Presi-2
jJent Garfield:
We are weeping eadnd louely,
We are i ej.ing now iu grief
Fur our hearts arc drpod la mourning
Fur oar Nutiou' noble Cbief.
He was tbe cboice cf the Kation,
Thu: he rone fated not to eland;
For he wae etrickeo in his glory
By tbe treacherous ana8iu'a hand.
Never was one more great and noble
Than tor him that we mourn.
Tho we know he's with tbe augeli,
Sated beside the Throne.
May He who rule the earth and Heaven
Shield those he left so dear behiud.
Though they will never find his equal
With a brave and noble mind.
j
.find it bard
Traveiiuj: Mtn
to kep in good health, owing)
to the constant
ant chane of water, diet, and
ithe jrring of the cars. All these things inj
iure Uie kidneys, while Warner's Safe Kid-
laey and raver Cure is certain to counteract
ithem.
Musical Concert.
k : l . .ii . .
a musical concert win De given next
Wednesday evening, under the auspices ofl
the Ninth Presbyterian Church t. ti,n,v
house of worship, corner of Michigan and
Tennessee streets. It is understood that
- MV DUVtl
jsomeofthebest musical talent ofthecitv
"i i-ao pni t, iu tut) concert.
Bruce to liarlan.
The following letter, from ox
Bruce to Colonel Harlan, will be read witbJpeble and is hard to imitate.
interest
Treasury Department, )
Registers Office,
Washington, September 13, 1881. J
Colonel Robert Harlan, Cincinnati, O.:
Dear Sir Your nomination bv thA Ro
publicans of yourcountv for the Löo-islaturf
utfords me an opportunity to return thf
compliments of your congratulation to my-
oc" efiriiig. a am nearuy giad to see
Lhe Republicans of Ohio thus bravelv meet
jingthe question of the recognition of coloredU
voifrs, and doubly glad, dear Coloael, that
upon your wortny snouiders have fallen tbe
honors of this hitrh onmnlimAnt fr trio
oiored Republicans of Ohio. Your tri
umphant election is a matter of course.
1
shall be with you soon to contribute
mite to the victory.
my
ery truly your Inend, B. K. Bruce.
PERSONAL.
Charles "V Lewis is
teaching again this
year at Bridgeport.
J . f'.Vy811 Bracken, of Chicago, is in the1
Miss Alene Taylor has been visiting in
Chicago for the past two weeks.
j Miss Eunice Moore of Earlirgton, Ky.,
jm the city, visiting her parents Mr. andji
jits, nenry Jioore.
Cassius C. Parker, who formerly taught
uuoi uere is now principal of the colored
school at Batavia, Ohio.
Mr. Charles Webb visited th SontWn
part ox j he btate this week on business con
ntcted with the I. S. of II.
Miss M. E. Burton left Thursday morning
for CftTthfuro Til .:n . .-.P
j r win aiso visit öt
Louis and other Western cities.
Rev. Wm. Brown, of St. Pah! it;
has been traneferrcd to the Indiana Confer
ence. 21T. BrOWn l now in fr.a nitrr
--v w Sks UV V H W
t & TT m.
i.ey. a u. ihomas, of Spencer, Ind., hatJ
Dcen in the city the nast
remodeling his residence on South East street.
Mrs. William Russell will leave Mondv
morning for Bodkin Station, Shelby County
Ohio, to attend at the bed-side of her sick
nother.
Jir. x nomas T. Brown, an inielligent
young law student of SnrinrrfioM Til nri 1 I
aave charge of the Leader in Springfield and
av.tlAAtrjr J
, Mrs Isaac Booker left Monday mornini:
or Cloverport Ky., on visit to her
'f""-. -mm. ooker wiU be absent
-ix or eight weeks.
Mr. frank Evana f f
ia the city Wedneedav n r.,ta r ' t l .
V -vr l . J
v' ir IJ08tn. He was the
)t his sister, Mrs. K.. c. E. Blunk.
guost
llsrlmage Notes.
Allie, my love to Mike.
The pass-word, ''Tuscola.'
pilgrhn!6889 RinSgold &bout th&t Tue col
Seven clergymen
nary a gray horse.
aboard the train and
The ladles and gentleman nf nrin....iA
are irenf-rAllv v,, " . ""Suvm
Jo j jr nvin2ent.
I r.ugueiacan we 1 hnast nf .u;- uJ
Diett est frirla in k " wif
o wun.ry.
Snr niZu know tho titQe of day i
bpnngfleld you must look up at the stuf
Ve,rt I of .porgon8 avaiIed themsel vi
-v v lau öpnngüeld la
k5T JL
, -Jr -A
3
:.:.:i,..'f.-a
1st. A fine pouar J. A r? Piuhr nonn
I booght of D. H. Baldwin & Co., 04 & 60
Lm1" Pennsylvania St., list price fiCO 00
r'd. One of McCormlck'a Comb ned Suif-
KAb in? Reapers and Mower, 17 and
lb E. Washington Ht., worth 170 00
w. AnelegntöUverTea8etandUrn,
l'onght ot Bingham, Walk & May hew,
12 E. Washl rut ton St., worth 125 00
Ith. A fine cabinet casa Sewing Ma
chine, worth 90 03
ith. A floe Lading' Gold Watch, worth: 7n tk
ith. A fine Friction Band Hulkv Plow. 1 (HI
TOTAL
We give each CUHtOtner An Tfcfce for
unieamuuCT,uumwif rf amiMina io
, n m rt , , -
W Ml . rip -
Jfi ll' K
lccll. PARTIES NOT PRESENT AT THE CONCERT ARE ENTITLED TO
IV ut the fcuiiie time tpg to
ii all departments, lor Jleu'K,
vuit-ut vniuK i ue inieni'HN oi i
uiireN iuu we uia itr iuc tame
NEW :Y0RK0NE-PRICE
43 Ac
Most aril les above nam d are now to be
We have just received a large lot of
Amu
'or the FALX-i "WJE
Cheaperthan any
City. Come
CENTRAL SHOE STORE
IVovth Jllii
TAGGART'S
2
Are not tüe CHEAPEST, but are tho BEST,
BAKERIES No. 20 South Meridian and 16 North East Street, i
CHEAP BREAD. CHEAPER THAN FLOUR.
If you desire the best and CHEAPEST BREAD, ask your Grocer for
Bryce's Large-Sized
Ditiurö v lUriNiN A BKrJAU " and UBYCES BOSTON BREAD are equally cheap.
Bryce' Bread and Bryce's Butter Crackers are unexcelled as to oualitv.
lhursdav. Amoiic tee number who TIrn 21
J. S. Hin ton. Kev. W. C. Irevan. Kev 11 H
Titus. Kev." Jas. Brown. Rev. R Mof. H
W, W. Bagby and J. H. Ringgold. U
The hotel accemmodations of Springfield
u.v.6tv, tu iit wj i mev ireai coiorea
people so well.
The Leader reporter seems to have lost
this heart at Springfield. Pilfrrims should
he made of sterner stuff.
Those who made the pilfrrimaore from In-
jdianopolis are very loud in their praises of
ihe young ladies of Springfield.
The private signal used by the vounc!
l.J! ..: r i . ..." ... -. '
muies at oprintraeia. sound UKe a nin U
Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. II.
o Avpniun. VA UUIIUHUCiUil
in, inas Aiue Viuin win act as one of
iae Dnaesmaias.
The Misses Oglesby, Head, Coleman,
ilhams, Cilling, Dutf and Adams did all
in their
power to make it pleasant and
agreeable for the Leader
representatives at
bpnngfield. Tnanks.
Just say "Tuscola" to W. W. B. or J. 11
K. and they will sav. "Well, we was al
ngnt ßoinff but oh! comimr back. Low
, . . - J J '
uum mat Domo-snen mat was thrown in
the camp at Decatur?" "Champagne."
OUR YOUNQ FOLKS.
The S. O. D.'s are still on time. .
Mr. v iliam Lucas bh&red d
jesome ladies in the park Sunday.
t ..... mw niiu
l'rot. bmart, you had better watch out
A nttie too smart is on your "path.
jir. xjouis unmo ia an vtarent for a very
u A n. it: j - P . . J
ui luwuw wu iig ram. ii yoa wish any
icas iiumy uuu.
- Abe Johnson has made a raise of a brown
Derby hat since he commenced working at
the club house. How pretty the little thing
19 X
Vy. 1 ., OU mua. govern vour temner and
- ... v 1
tw.ia,B, ior complaints irom our
jmembers say you are getting stuck up, and
wuai, uuw.
x emaps Charlie and Jessie will attend
scnooi next week, for Chas. says he is not
content out of school. A bright hv Wob
Mftvuuoi, anu cneese also.
i j . . . j w
I nueu. w.u. wa making a special
call the other night, some parties followed
nuu ca vu luo leucö ana wnutiwi mm
charming tunes to bring him ont. Come,
ooys, own to it now.
iuisa nas cnangea n3r mind once
more. For a while she would not notice
the young men of the K. G. C. but big
boys will not do to play with, and of course
sne wm have a msh somewhere.
Shorty.
1 did not think that of you, J. B
Ain't
it a pity. K. M.
sr
The four independent rosebuds are F,
M. and K. 'What next?
E.
Prof. Smart.' as a diplomat
is an un-
qualified success. Eb, 'Fess?
Particulars of the K. G. C.'s reception
on Thursday evaning will be given in our
next.
Messrs. Matthew Jones and John Coburn
wero guests of the K. G. C. last Sunday
evening.
Military Park is becoming a favorite re
sort for a'cerUin number of young gents on
Sunday afternoon.
Chas. Sweed, of St. Louis, Mo., formerly
a resident of this city, states that he will be
here on a visit in a fev weeks.
v -v-v 1 1 1 v . i CI
Käst end. are the vflry personifications of
eloquence when pie iathe subject. ' l
- .mm
Caramie Trevan and Richard Thompson
left for Springfield, 111., Wednesday even
mg, to visit the tomb of the martyr Presi
dent, Abraham Lincofa. Stab.
William Lucas and John uaiiara, or tnejinTT A OT -nrnrnT? mTrrMrTvnnr
. ... . - . ai , t TIT'T
cJeiseudorll" died at his
.iin,.,i.ir i.Aw a . Liiaiira i r-siMHfk-1
street KXr flfiavnilnitT was in the 81Xty-?J
i ninth year of his aee a:id hai resided in In-
jdianapolis for a num brr of years past, hav
ing served for a number of years as a mem-
r . - . . 1 t I . ... a
Iliursday m;ht a 11: o ciock ueor?e v yappea-m her world famed character, of
I I, 1 . " ;, . , 4IAUIL1I UIVtLCiW. UKUlllTHA AND
1 iDroiher ot U. E. ue)frioorn, tne mauuiA; -
I Iturer of woolen goods. 'oc-
:p - W
7th. An elegant Writing Desk, worth. .
8th. A hanrtttome Oeni's Kay Chair,
made by Sander & Kecker, 1U3 and 105
K. Washington St., worth.
9th. A Geuileman'M FuU Drew Bult,
VOJTfcil m tm
10th. A Champion Mot, i tor Kttcnen
(Stove, wltli complete outfit, tbe bet
in tbe market, kept for sate by I. L.
Frankem, 31 E. Washington öt., worth
llth. An Iron Beam Plow, worth ...........
12t h. A complete set of Charles Dickens'
Works, worth .
50 00
40 00
40 00
50 10
22 26
20 00
pvrir A3. AO wm-th nfcnnd nnrnhnwd At. nnr
' 7 ' ' -
in 'onert. wnre the anove articles naraea
call atteulioa to iur Spriug and Nummer Stock, which ts complete
Hoy' and Chlrdren't We.tr, Gent's Furotslilug (Joo1h. Hats. etc.
ne reason, auu te crai aarauiae we iotirKt tnem. ir n at lnu
any lime preTiaus at iqih reason
CLOTHING
45 DE. Valriiig-toii
seen aour store. Call and see them.
T
R that wo will
otliei lionise! i the
and see nss.
lell
oiis Street,
St. Charles XBloels.
Five Cent Loaves.
II. w
w iiiti;,
SHOES
CRACKERS
MERCHANT TAILORS
37 WEST MARKET ST..
09GoodB Made and Trimnied to order a Specialty
J. P. MAUER & SON
DIALERS 1H
GROCERIES,
Produce, Flour and F?ed,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
Corner Blake and Elizabeth Street.
,
"Now Ready!
Schools and Colleges take Notice,
FW 1 IH B
BY
: W. S. Scarborough, A. IE.
Professor Latin and Greek In Wllberforce H
T- I J . llTMl v. IV
tiutvemtjr, ii uenurce, ivuio .
These lesson a contain copious notes, full
vocabulary, and extensive references to
Hadly's and Goodwin's Greek Grammar. The
exorcises are easy, progressive and well graded.
iney rorm a moss aesirame oook ior
beginners.
Wholeaale, or Introdnctory Price, 0O Cts.,
Retail .Trice, 1.25.
For Sale by A. S. BARNES it: Co.,
Ill and 113 William. St., NEW YOSS.
OR BY THE AUTHOR,
WILBERFORCE, OHIO.
GHiSMER&Go.
Have Jast lecelved the latest novelties In
JEWEL
I
ENGLISH GARNET,
WHITBY JET, üOLL
PLATE, CELLULOID,
TORTOISE, IVORY and
STEEL.
29&31W.WashingfonSt.
ENGLISH'S OPERA HOUSE.
WILL E. ENGLISH, Proprietor and Manager.
This afternon at 2 o'clock and to-night at 8.
FAY TEMPLET0N OPERA CO.
In the Popular Opera of
THE MASCOTTE.
The FINEST and BEST THEATRE In Indi
ana, ana one cf the HANDSOJdSST
In America.
PAIS WEES, MONDAY. SEPT. 26.
engagement or America's greatest Actress,
lWAÄi.JLlW X J.l J. HUitliTiU
Sapported by the emluent Actor, '
.TV-C5-rT-OTr3r TTTTT -r. -rr,-r- C I
w wi -ul. i.i. vv x.ijijwuXw
and the beat Dramatic orcininatlrtn nn h
road, in the
JIfuate-r' Wife Z
a l, .ri- nr. j .... . W
oviiii Jiauure weuaecusy ana aiurday. f
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weaneauay uaunre. iviixa Ttomnson 111 ü
jajve: eyrei
Saturday Matinee, by special request,
OAMILLB !
REQUL.AR PRICES. MATINEE PRICFSt
DKasciKC - - ,ötw3. oKuu-yiiuciRCLE,
AWAT
r
13th. A B y 'a Suit, worth
U'h. A Child's Kilt Suit, worth .
lötn. One set Solid SllverSJeeve But
tons, worth .....
I6tn, one of Over's Victor Wheat Drills,
WOIt tX .., tt 11 mnwni
15 00
10 0U
10 (K
25.
Atso a uumbf r of articles, consisting of
Hcar8, llfH, Silk and Linen Handker
chiefs, British-Half Hose, Linen Cuffs,
auu ixmarg, piiK uppendere, Valises,
Duiiui anu uenis ui
Jnderwear, etc..
amounting to
10O Ot
$1,403.351
fttore. whlfth ntltleu film a v. in x, oK..
J " - - - v.-s-mi uau. m nUttl J tu LUV W T
re f D9 nitrfbntxi ih.Tirbin iiaM
SAME PRIVILEUE AS IF PRESENT.
01 tue e-tr.
HOUSE,
treet.
CtJAS. SPOTTS,
Board ty lie dy. West or Hoitii
EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASH.
r rait, Cream art! other Deliraries in
Reason.
A 63 GEORGE STREET.
CINCINNATI, O.
m viiiiir m mm.
an luiui öü üUUnaj
U No. 35 West Market Street,
r- Ross Block, cu half Square East of Illinois Stret-t,
3 INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
y
Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing Done
in the Best Manner.
i
$
SWHOA ! JANUARY ! !
AD. HB1H,
Manufacturer of
HORSE CLOTHING AND BOOTS,
!No. 74 EAST COURT STREET.
Between Penn. and Delaware Sts.,
U DIASArOLIS, - - IJDim.
25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE
THK
Indian Botanic Physician
LATE OF LONDON, ENGLAND,
The most successful catarrh, lung and tbroat doc
tor io America, is permanently located at tbe cor
ner of Illinois sod Louisiana streets, Indianapolis , I
luuiaDa, woere ne win examine ail diseases. atM
ww compiain. wunout asalng a single question
eVConsultation Free, In either German or English
PU9f ANENT CUBES I
a k - vvi uiwuvu m vwiv v ut i
roilowing diseases: Piles and tumors, itchins- au
llnfAtrndini w. 1 . 1 . . J i . . . . I
i" (.! vuicu wiuiuui paiu or lumrumanis, caiil
iiu eure m an toiir rorms without tbe anile or sick
ness of tbe patient. Tbe Doctor has eared bun
dred) of this dreadful canker of the human body,!
-men nas uaraea me accumulated skill of ages.
uis rrm-uies excei anytning Known to medical sci
ence, us denes tbe world to brinsr him a casa whn
there Is sufficient Titsiity to sustain the system, thatl
he cau not cure. Any person wishing further infar l
maiion or treatment, soould glre bim a call. Kheu-
matism curea ana warranted to stay cured in e-enl
w
All forms of Blood ana Skin Dlse
are PeruianentlT Cared I
Jsuch as tetter, salt rheum, scrofula or srnhiiirir
sores, strictures, seminel weakness or spermatorboes I
nin.MVW .nil ..a n A .. . .' 1 . . M
Il ... - ? I
u.. wiuu wwuuubit BTUuiiis. ronorriint. i.
i.uru.uc venereal, aiuney or uriuarv diseases of eitbei
jaex, young or old, no matter buw bad. Ue challenge! I
j- im muj ifujBjcian iu America in cur
- i n fT t Kita. A i .A. mom T.. . .
VTB v iuuuuvu restorea. Ibt
Doctor can refer to hundreds thus affected who credii
their present existence to being cured by him. At)
moles, birth-marks and freckles remored. Also alJ
uv wm iw us utovNi VI sUV S3 j ssVIIU fJAr
FOR THE ItADIsTS OJf I.TX
A. lady, at any period of life, from ehiMhrw n ,.
ktbtc, mj, 11 111. saner rom on or ikon i ,k. 1.1
7". WJ. win poelövelj
II11 couipiain. inaieestlon or th itom.
KnerTous weaknesses, inns: diaes-wM. to '
l?tb.e vagina or womb, leucorrhcea or whites, antev r
kSroefÄn"l!Ä
.!. . T ""-iiia anc
j'aiua. iropsy perrnanentlT cured in a .-
Etmj, within ..1K.. '
..uK.
Call or write t t mw. -...
Indian.. ---. -vjbj
rriTate medical aid. Ail diUMnr . ...
'MeiSu d 1,10 trVUb" C,, 0r w Perfect!,
ANT CASE Or
HISKT HABIT CD KtnrM
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BR. BII?3,
W. W. HOOVER,
Dealer in Staple and Faucy
jROCEEIE
COUNTRY PRODUCE
A Specialty,
-OQ Indiana .Tre.
O'BRIEN & LEWIS,
BLACKSMITHS
WAGONMKERS:
GENERAL JOBBING 8HOP.
"BEF AIHIKG PliOMPTLiY DONE.
Corner North and Fayette 8treeta,
Indiana Dolis.
Gincimmii.Hamilton. Dayton;
VIA RCSI1VILLE, CONSEUSVILLE,.
HBEUTYand HAMIi.TON.
2
Trains Dally,
Between
IrjdianapoUs & Oncinnati
Hundaye Klc. )
tßf Connect ious toart for all po'nt. Eatt
ul Wet of Cincinnati huI Iudianar"liK.
SAX 'I. RTEV ENSON,
L. Williams,
Gen. Manager
Gen. Ticket Agt.
KRS. mil L PIKKR&H, CF IYKN, KÄSS.,
i - '-
LYDIA E.t PINKHAr.rS
VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
J a Powitlve Cnr
far all tkM Palafwil C oaaplalata mmi WnIbmm -
rw.. tm mmr Wat fcaulc ywpwilatlwiwu
It wul care entirely tbe worst form of Female Com
plaints, all or&rUn troubles, Inflammation nd Ulcera
tion, Falling and Dlsptaoemcnts, and the conaeqnent
Spinal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to tba
Change of life.
It win dlaaolre and expel tumors from the ateros in
an early stage of derel- pment. The tendmoy to can
cerous tumors there la checked very speedily by lti use.
It remove fsintnesft, flatulency, destroys all era ring
for stimulants, and relleTe weakiwn of tbe stomach.
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Xerrou. IYostratlon,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling; of bearing down, canning pain, weight
and backache, ia always permanently cured by its usa.
It will at all times and ander all circumstances act Ia
harmony with the laws that govern tbe female eyet.ta.
For tbe cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound is unsurpassed.
LYDIA E. PIXimAVS VEGETABLE COM
POCXD is prepared at Z33 and S35 Western Arenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price f L Six bottle for $5. Bent by mail -in
the form of pills, also in the form of losenges, oa
receipt of price, SI per be x tor either. Mrs. Ptnrhen,
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Address as abore, Mention thi$ Paper.
Ko family should be without LVD La K. TTSKHAMB
UVK FILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness,
and torpidity of tbe brer, ts eents per box.
Seid by sdl Urmggiata. -
ever dlecoveied. as It is certain in its etlecls
nd dots not blister. Alo excellent or human
fltsh. READ PKOOF
From COI. I. T. FOSTER.
, VouEgtown, Ohio, May loth. I).
Dr. B. J. Kenaall & Co.. (itut: I had a v.nr
valuable lJanibleLunlan colt which i prized
very highly, he had a large bone spavin on
ne joint and a small one on tbe other wnlcn
madebim very lame. I bad bim under tbe
;narpe or two veunnarv eur.eor.s which
all; a to cure him. I vtinn du .hi,, h..
Advertlwment ot Kendall' Hpaviu Cure lu tne
Ob lcao Ex press, I deu-i mined at once to try
i, ar a got our Drngult here to se nd tor it,
hey ordered three bot tits; I took them all and
.uuugui a wouia give it a tborougb trial, 1
used it accordlug to directions and tbe fourth
lay the celt ceased to be lame, and the lump
uave disappeared.; I used but one bottle and
Lbe colt's li in be are hh free from lumoa and ss
smootb as any boibe iu tbe täte lie is en
tirely curec. The cure was m remaraabi
hat I let two of mv -ntitrnbor luv ih.
remainlnK two botil.u, wlio.re now uain s it
ry lpeciiully,
L. T. FOHTER.
IEX1AI.I.S Sr-AVEV CURE.
d t ir Rwnrkter.Ind,, ov. 3ütb, im
B. J. Kendall fc C o., UeuU: Flea&e send ua
i supply of adverlialnsr Uj utter for kVr.d.li'.
ipavluCure. Ithaca good bale heie and it
ivea the beet of satisfaction. Of all we have
Dia we have yet to leara the first nnfavnmbi
report. Very KenpeeiiuUy,
J. Dawson c Son, Drneglsts.
1EX1 ALIAS SIMTLV CUKE
Wilton, MIüu., Jan. llth, IbSL.
B. J. Kendall. & Co.. CH-uts.'-Havinff ent a
lorse book of you by mail a year ago. tbe con
enta of which oerpuaded me to trv k'unHaii'.
Spavin Cure on the hind lee of oue ot mv
iorst-8 which wan bad.'v hwcIIpd and eon hi r..i
be reduced ov any ther rtmecv. I cot t
JOttleg of K U'iuüVSDüVin Cure of Pn-i.n a.
Luüdntb, DrugRists of Waxeca, winch com-
tete:y cured uy hore, Aboctflve 5 ears aro
nio a tnreeyear o'd ctit swe-enled very bad.
used your remedi rb triven in r.nr mt
wrltbont roweillne and I mufct aav ti rmr
redit that the cot lis en tlrelv cured, which ia
t surprise not only to inyfce:;. buthlso to my
leVhbor. You tent me the ixvnir tnr t r
trifling sum of 6 cent and It I could tint et.
another like it I won d not t&ke twentv five
ollars for iu Youra l"raly.
Oeo. Mathews.
KEXDALL'S SPAVLV CURE
ON HUM A 7, FLE-H.
Patten's JitUs, WashlngU.u To., N. Y.
. February 21bt, 1S78.
Dr. B. J. Kendall. D. kr .Sir: The mirlii,.
larcaseon which I used your Keudalla bpav-
iu waa u iuuugLkiH anale sprain oi
ixleen ruotithN standing. 1 ba tried many
uiuks, nuuu vain, lour Bpavlu t"ure put
be loot to the eround fciTttin. and .rtr II.a rlr.t
Ime aluce hurt, in a natntai iwuiiinr. vnv
family linlmtnt it ezcel an thing we ever
used. Yourutrniv.
ii i.-.v f r pri t.
Pastpr of M. E. Church. Pauen'a MilU, N. f .
KEXDAEE'S
SPAVIX CURE.
is 8Ure in ltaefTeets mllH In . 1 .
oes noL li.icter. ret. tt i nmrcim. onrt
.Wr Ql to lach very öP seated pain or to
remove any bony growth i,r otbt r enlaree-
tncnta, such as ppavina, a l ilnta. curbs, callous,
pralns. swe.llrt-s. and anv Um.... m
enlargements of the Joinis or limbs, or f.-
rneumatlRm in man una for any purpose lor
which a liniment Is used ior man or 1 eat It
ia now known to be the best lit anient for man
ver used, actinc mild mr tr -.,., 4 .,
Effects. J "
Serjd ad die a lor ilinsirti itrcninr wrtih
we think biVP'w nr.itll-., rvrnf rf i - .(,,..
No remedy ha ever met with sncn uoauaiified
Huccess to our knowledge, lor bat aa well
mm uuau.
.rr5e,1-Iwl:e,,tUdiorslxtotlg for S5tt).
I All Drusrgist8 have it or can cet it for you, or
,it will be aent to anv addrtM .n reeeit.t of
SVS? l .Proprietors, l)R. B. J. KENDALL
--uuBourg x aus, ermont.
TES HOST nv:
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SOLO BY ALI DRUGGISTS.
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