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Fort Wayne Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - November 2, 1870, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAYNE VOL 10 FOUT WAYNE INDIANA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1870 THE DEMOCRAT BY mm FORT WAYNE niR AND LOCATION OF THR OF FT ni our who In Fort Uj out and tt n will time mid Tlir been mmle nnd ART G E St over J r HloCK J Over of Court House A to W II Notion Gor Wayne Sts TIII m NEED OF PROVISIONS The City of Supplied Food A Secret 13 BY ATLANTIC CABLE BOOKS STATIONERY tC iMH K Street DiiO I 77 Street BRASS WORKS A 48 East Slain BOOTS ANU SHOES E SONS Block CARPETS tC NOT towns in the south of Francu been us tlie next halting place of H in probable Lyons rill bo finally Tho Liberto prints n by on nit ing tbs princes havn an army of in tho West Nov was an in- citing scene in tho by motion of tho cans to postpone a- on Uic tion of throne until after tho tions It is thought u timely ment of Bitting alono saved tho members from personal collision LISBON NOT There have gome in tho now cabinet The of baa resigned and bishop of baa formed a now ministry as Hoi In ister of public works and president ot the council Marquis minister of marine of finance Senor minister of war Sonor Carvalbo minister of justice Bisliop Bizen minister of the interior JOHN 75 Columbia Street 43 Cullionn Street li SON Columbia Street CLOTHING 46 Calhoun Su onp Court House DRY C CO 103 Columbia Street FRANK 1 DRUGGISTS Columbia Street corner DANIEL Street corner Berry FILE COTTERS Calhonn St of Washington GLOVE MITTEN FACTORY Hi Street GROCERS Nov ton gossips circulate tbo to-day Hint president hns tendered the mission to England to Qen Schenek Whether this provo true or not tho has determined to select a western man for tho position Tho superintendent of the ex- to have the population returns of every county town nnd form on tho deak of of congress ly on the opening of body Secretary Delano entered on the ties of liis new to-day Ho poses milking a of- changeo in the clerical force of his department but has not yet those fixed in the of cither thu sus land or patent offices aro ically contradicted by thoso who to have he confidence of Ur Delano nnd president Tlic General Nor World's correspondent at Versailles says tho fect of the winter is commencing to show in tho army The German losses by sickness now amount to per day King William is determined to review his troops at tho Champ de M are and then to return home Dispatches by the underground route have been at Tours from Paris to the ult The city is well plied with of all kinds Fresh moat is nerved to the and people Tho bout of ing and there opposition to the sentiment that tho war must bo carried on till Prussia proposes terms of at least honorable ery night tho covered by the darkness attempt to construct n bridge across tho Snino every morning tho firo from Iho forts demolishes their structure The New York World's ent with the second army corps trans- mits tho following which hns just been to tho Oct Prince Frederick I await the which was received during the night of the complete capitulation of before FROM NEW YORK HUESTIS HAMILTON Kl and Columbia Street 3 SON CO Street Calhoun St 74 St House GENTS 62 Street HARDWARE I AFD 87 Colombia Street tj I 80 R V 1 HOOP JOSEPH BLACK 91 Columbia Street CAPS FURS 3 Block HARNESS SADDLES SlK Columbia Street C U Street MERCHANT TAILORS C G mn and endurance before the victory which your command has shown during long tedious ment of army The flame acknowledgment in dim the brave troops who by their intrepidity and tho privations thoy endured set examples without a parallel IQ tho history of tho world The occurrences before Metr constitute an imperishable epoch of honor and glory for our army My thanks at hn convoyed to tho troops To honor you rad your command for such signal have appoints cd you field marshal a tion which I havo also conferred upon my BOO tho crown prince WILLIAM Thu Government lit in receipt of several m rials numerously in adj urging the prosecution of tho war to tho bitter end and his Gold and Stock Nov I mimoy was easy throughout day at 4 to 5 per cent with exceptional trans- actions at G per cent Primo business notes am quoted at 7 to per cent Tho government bund market win dull Central Pacific bonds wen strong at 91 to 91 Tho gold market opened at and advanced to III declined to 111 and 111 Tho was strong am advanced at the opening the tiona in Reading being the feature of the Tho most stocks were Heading Now York tral fit Paul shares NEW YORK KOT of the Treasury yesterday fixed thorat of issue of circulating notes to banks at 90 per cent upon all ii and cont United Stales gold-bearing borias The commanding officer at Fort Me Henry has been directed to hold him in readiness with the troops undo Iris to support thu of Maryland in en forcing the Inw during 0 election iu if Two decisions ivore i- the ot vs tho Itail by the general term of the Su promo Court vacating thu against of th suit and affirming the order for of from tu York The decision was reserved o tho appeal ot from a fino o for contempt in discharging a injunction from the County The Evening supports H Cox for Congress against NOT President received half a dozen republican containing editorials ing his conduct regarding the tion of Secretary Cox llo ia vury much wrought up about Cox's letter and to reply in ft letter in it will bo furnished fur cation lilor to it ho hadn't the slightest idou Bu Um nest day ho out in the thu ic have received ic hands of on eminent olut ii birt ti o It mi 11111 in his running WHY willi I he littlo Rod hides cr bead indifferently in ivory true work of art i lory and wo understand ns noon us ivo ot this that our Irish ling been coquetted with by Uio lie and is lo liia ovo lo other There 13 a ng smile on Irishman's lips his think it would eeu belter however lo clothed lim iji clso than a hirt down his lair Wo havo placed tins our parlor t will surely be by they call This wna A ailed on tho editor when lie returned ind explained Iho to I'm nd thut night an assistant was down Blairs T line and flying up without coat or hat an closo lind with club of IIH ibly this man by him boarding on ho banks of tlic Lso Kiang river Ic will in Asia the Now undo couls olF Oct -I was very flowery tins and fo jon fo wake me told her to me not fier r oin iny complexion in my ooltiiig-gliiSB found I nnl looking My blossoms on my oW ryu Will borrow Williamson's der Him calls it whilo A very name It is all tjcimliho Sun It is my morning glory Sun lights on Ucn days ho would huve made puns at buthis bad of stuttering changed thorn to Knid A recent has Is it that a city should Tours hts out and taken inad-inc aro for the city is all Tours must bn great they tiro bombing all around Paris There aro no in lin Thu army guns In My 1 they're loose His thn will destroy Paris If they will hat bo Thuy have been lately Will that induce tn lo for peace 31101 t Toe nl El Hi Bt PIT Com nt in unite it ill Ki ni JUT nil gt Kvu tailing a beer at they him iu This his The offered linn jome limo since but U wna German in orthography on ho did not like liad related lo the I would have been by name since 1 became Mra complained lo IUL yesterday of Ike 1 wua tempted to claim Aluu The ball ia ringing for the ird time If I don't gu down c will lio eaten up Upset twn M and 11 landlady thought I d this that i down lo 10 thought I had better get boart her 1 had Main NOTIONS CO M Street t AS it BRO No B PAINTS AMD WALL 0 I No 12 West Berry Street PICTURE TRAIgES MIRRORS AND SIGH Corner Calhoun A fits SEEDS NELSON t CO IK ami C3 SEWING MACHINES L n West Kerry Street L K Afent W HU s STOVES AND TINWARE 170 St op- Cathedral TOBACCONISTS SMITH t Clinton IV H SMITH 17 II 4l Main Street Calhoun A the of and suito Casaol on Gons La and Houpton thoro A story of Prussia and Russia to tho lias been received at with much and n good deal of circumstantiality now alleged in tho n humiliating to Franco has hound a treaty signed nt in July last between and Bismarck io support a revision by Europe of tho treaty of Paris and tho liberation to of tho Black Sea with the Dardanelles Thin is to lie the price de- manded by Russia for permitting many to move on France It 13 further affirmed that M Russia does not to leave tbo fulfillment of this treaty to tho closo of tbo war she is now that in tho treaty with shall not securo either fortresses or n serious reinforcement of hoc on aide o the tbu Russian diplomatists regarding it as essential to the of Poland nnd the progress ot tho westward that Germany bo left more or less to peril from tho Kidn of France PERTH Nov Simony made a speech in tho lower bouse of deputies on a motion urging the mont to take stops in favor of the French people now struggling for against a heartless con- queror Androssy replied in half of tbo government that it could only occupy a position of Impartial to each belligerent Should any other power abandon its neutral Hungary might then change her policy Thn motion was rejected A motion madn by for tbo formation of an independent rian army was also rejected It is reported liero to-day that eral has resigned tho com- land of tho Army of the hU patriotic just issued to the Lille bo found it impossible to stem rnnt of which bad been shown by of tho various towns in tho of Franco since the lation nt FLORENCE Nov is at Uic attitude assumed by tho Pope since occupation of Rome He keeps up tho of distrust of the Italians and remains when his in public would demonstrate his security and render formal guarantees Spain NOV is antil accept unco of tlm waa FROM OHIO Nov 1 o'clock this afternoon two magazines containing pounds of nitro- glycerine exploded at Fairport near 0 Four men wero blown to atoms Their names were Patrick two and son and Tho buildings on tho of tbo river wore damaged Tbo shock of tho felt for miles Tho loss to the glycerine company ia iot less than stood aro two ponds of water 50 feet across and 75 feet Tbo of aro greatly ex- cited OB thin is tbo second explosion oi tho kind within two months Ono of the killed a wife and six children in destitute circumstances urn BO lindly dauv hy tbo explosion that the families been obliged to vacate them SOUTH CAROLINA Nov re- turns show that tho republicans havo elected their candidates for congress i nil the districts in tbo republican ia by colored rapublican tbo tivo of at fuu QUINCY ADAMS in a speech a L Democratic meeting in Boston hi ridicule of tho Younf Democracy He I bear these old of the press and our youth I never can forget that cartoon in a o wo represented a vcr man holding on to a lamp post with an aspect of sublime cation and a fussy old woman ping her cab to point him out to th driver with Stop stop that poo man is very sick growl I wish I had nrf is com So willi our can friends whim they moan over on youth Don't thoy wish they lim half our Joan BILLINGS The fly iz no imly a domestic critter hut one How they git born i don't knc but i havo thought they didn't wait toi bo born como just nz thoy an Menny ov them are cut off in the flow cr of youth ami usefulness Sin lozo lightning tori nen the rim ov a toad's mouth and fall i when the toad gaps Thousands watery grave bi gitting Fly morally ar like other human beings they wo on a good healthy spot on n im not if they can find a that littlo raw I they aro ov te and altho they ban around good deal i daw a ily tbo wuas for liquor but i liaT often liquor that was a good tbo wuss for flys MARK tells tho following An editor in Now had a litt nephew only six months old and tl littlo died Some of thn cd tor's friends considered it would be good thing to give to the unc a substantial of their syn pathy so they contracted with a loo sculptor for a grave Tho consisted of an angel carrying tho 1 firms and flying nwfi while a woman snt weeping upon tl ground H The Hunt bo won it As be was absent tho juni cnt office It not S m-j willi Called on our bu lund be Saw tin his In as Asked our Into English i lack and foum Inquired whether buwa or war or bo couldn't is lo he Suw tho Capitol it is capital I is very largo f it tells on oom It is painted Liberti ow is colored It is of man Grant must HIK builder c m imv eacc constant piping of for its being cul Iho French people bo number of that lute left London papers say us lately in cit bu Belgian papers euy tho at the M at Kt Petersburg wus a care bo has lately to bonis Blanc bus written a to tb they smarter U Iu Sam if they can blank lelU t in tho Buys the of Poris wl tn the scandul of also tbat tl tinCot Prussia is tLo of tli century I bat is a lcr Hti ia gambling near Paris Ic hits a groul mimy spades this a omits for bis up so mac French havo clubs gene 1 Spiking Lums tl English ponder t Prussians tlic rol of has been taken oft the IE all that is left Tbo bearing of Puns must bo they are going to protect tl rentier The wy Italy us not October 18 is so weakening tbat p cry out ill u very lonco its says tbo fever is mi hlc we only to bo The arc in front of to lack of pluck city so about sholl all tbo meat ly consumed in i they can live on fish They alwa avo a Seine full The Germans must starlit n caught and Ncy nnd now nro about Lyons Thoy want Joseph Segar is to Virginia in Congress I be is He thu State A ventilating fan ia about being placed in the Semite hall thought there was wind ready Irish friend dropped in lo of city being couls says be never paid but wanted to know if dis- his him bo bad beltor ry another he might bo up again him an stu- pid Haid ho had been all ning Ho said a man lively it In him Wo lively Oct van convicted of kidnapping 1 Smith's hat THE tbc 111 boon of raised in town uru to Iho growth incepting that arts nuller MIL A C CASE of Ind days ago cut n tree from ti bung two of entirely 1 and other a green and red colored apple tin resemblance to the russet whatever A worlh nothing in willi our last earthquake was nt Monti a place not by lie tremolo Just at the time New York was a on tbo island chanced to lie big and to sec tbc mercury fall denly fen remain for moment or two and then rise to Union an tho pen full given combustion subject it was a thirty-seven years who was addicted to She waa in Ui the viscera and of the aad clothes wing The Very of the plate in which the de- was found that ignition ild not havo communicated m and to all appearance 3 is un additional idy upon record is a cans in- ort city in which a Be- pillow ot a lady's couch on ETC 10 next morning she tall young brown eyes hair tbat Bbo bad dreamed mo into her room aa filie stood So plainly visitor the dream icd the ask the ob- ct of Ks Six after at tlie young lady was suddenly in- to a stranger whan ii ii bini the Hollow Lve 10 fainted foil insensible at ut Tbo affair led to an they were So Bays Iho nc now Hampton The says Mr Newell who is at present ing with Judge brought th him from Denver a fish which an would call a ft about and has n wide cad like a but tbo body is more Unit of a It bag BUB nnd a fish stud in addition short H tSl it im- al per lit ill jw nt EC i nt heart fni Sntl ot f 3 M per I1 WOOL nt I Nrw fl IT ni i fl irl ami 51 33 f Unit Dull nud HOLIDAY GOODS hi I Ms ul j It taken u Denver but flow it got there is mystery aa tho pipes lending info ie i arc to CM Ac ol loonier mi Ili PRICES ns HERMAN KRATZSCH No 81 wh reside nd A of i ling loss a week ago in buggy lilea from home by vehicle suddenly rise in av nnd enme down ible Tbo not Jug tbu who wud of ad management which hu stoutly icd that ho bad driven with and tbat of tho due to ho could not ontrol They on their way ora sho whun Ibe Bamo thing tbo whole rig n couple of foot and ngain BO violently as to y both and Again bey proceeded and they were Ibis alone when one of the men out nd tbo animal only to bo lifted in iame mim icr one who remained sealed in the buggy tho borse wbo pulled with all lie strength aa he came all u vain tlie buggy not refused to but ilio wheels In tbu Of this the man who remained in seems to havo had doubt so lie put forth his hand and by f notion the spokes bad Ibe akin taken oil bis lingers After n whilo these manifestations were suspended and tho gentlemen proceeded in u statts of mmd and nervo When tho Zved at florae they told ibn story and regarded by their hearers until nomo sons wont with next day to thn placu last and seeing tbo marks of tbe so much the story was verified STATE ov INDIANA The of the United States having by his of thn insUnt but apart the of November 1870 as a day of National Thanksgiving I Cos HAD Governor of Indiana do by to the people of in ilia nil the observance of said day as a day of thanksgiving nud praise to mighty God for his goodness and ing kindness State ag well aa toward our entire country Lot vent also IKI madn in the congregations of Hm people for n con- of In witness whereof f havn subscribed my and tbe scul of tho seal of tho State to bo lo tit tbo city of In- day of tober in tbc year of our lord one thousand eight nnd seventy Ily the M R A Stute TRANSPORTATION STEAM TO GLASGOW I One of Will Sail Cabin In or Sun t'i or from SiU Ail twerp ot low HATS fit CAPS HAT OAF 11 MILLINERY GOODS N T E B WOW OPEN A ELEGANT AND STYLISH yn u ill lie solil MBS MOFFAT HEAD on oil with n call SKIRT FACTORY OPENING OP PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS CARPETS STORE imd For On ill mib S new In floor OIL November i TO i TABLE OIL CLOTHS WINDOW SHADES P 7 N Scotch American All Colors A Ju nuU MATS of All Kinds 94 Street From 100 n pair t Stock Lap HUSH FLAX CARPETS vide yard -j JOHN McDOUGAL to my CALHOUN my slurk uf HATS AND CAPS 01 all tlic invited t-3 all and Examine Them Guarantee Satisfaction in mutt rail JAMES street PAISLEY Long and Square aiu Centres to each KOOT COMPANY ami KOOT COMPANY NEW ADVERTISEMENTS To l uf ijf Hie Sill tiny nt No- fC nn H in Ihr unit to Calhoun Iki- nil wiik s C Fort L Gas and Steam Fitter woor i r i f 111 the Latest Shapes Handsome Mixtures at NEW YORK STORE Velvet i Velvets Veil Unrobe JEWELRY WORK IRON PIPE Ac Sterling Silver AND SPOONS by mall Our tur na lo the BALL BLACK CO I All Ihu i every CO ni so
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