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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana A nil it Kort was nil daily Gaz Krimin Luis Day .\1 a Nln april i. Of Masr l turks the Koday. Ait a a. State Republican ticket. Kor o a Kun of. Gen. Tom boo Wiki. Ofle and ,1 county. I of Liei Tusant i it Uon. Leonidas Sexton of Kush county. Kok Deckk tar of state w. W. Cubby of Vigo county. Fuk a Vitok of stack j. A. Wildman of Ilot Quot Ard county. For teas Vns of Stati John b. Glove a. Of county. Fok reporter of the rows 7, Coil. James b. Black of Marion county. Foe cd Elk of the supre3k cd but Charles Scholl of Clark county. Foe Sci of Public a . B. W. So Riith of county. To Attlesey Gesena. James c. Dent of know county. Cut not More Ali in 25 la publicans voted a Igni Pitit Cion. Shanks in to in nifty Lor i cd ruin in tsp n Vilich he Flocs. That Foni Olliie i Wlinich Nice not Liing a out list to do know the general Sui inks got "206 votes in this comity los the re get of a in ticket. Our Lorre Hojio uie iii la of thinks let ii lilo los in of lick foil ties co iii of in in Quot a exol Nihil. Hut the l set Brisido the fort Liat i Coral Piank did Ruu Bellini Liis ticket in Evory county Ami o.,t his own Donn to Alto Gettier by 29 votes although it had always been be Ruih lican before Somo limes by too majority. Wii Iever l e causes of this b May have been we Don t want a lieu Alienn Wio file a to Nin behind in this Wiy. It not a Safe Iju Siuess a ii ses no causes. Now k l ask what to be gained ii up All these facts in t it better to expose to iii. So to and twin Osier i a remedy in Ticino tie lax non has made no throats that Quot Liu Drois Dicj no icons will not vote for tiie Ien Cral if nominated Quot but Here Wii at it i id say Klueh vastly filter Cut a a it it it i Ini. A a m the iii Iri Fisi . in tic Dis a it. A Iio i in Tivey will Imil Iio Minaird. Of cd a too far it in Verlo n a prove the Timion clarity of which we ye.=, let by �11 Means Quot have both sides Quot at another time and that Ere Long we will be most a ppr to enlighten our correspondent to our reasons for favouring the nomination of col. Limbert Vok Cosgressmax-at-larcf., Hon. Godlove both. Of Tippecanoe county. ,5ct0es, Firth . B. Kumler of a a a Derburg. Pontine Entz Frank m. , of Pyke. Second t. . Of Floyd. Throop of Orange. Third . Cravens of Lefterson. A outta r. Goodwin of Frank Lin. Fifth . Grubbs. Of Morgan. Sixt i Johnson. Seventh Harper of Warren. Eighth District.-. Cowgill of Wabash. . T. Bryer of car Jvn a Fai . S. Taylor of Allen. I. Tenth . W. H. Ellis of Elkhart. Eleven to Keith of Faltyn. Bender of Marshall it at Large gen Nathan Kimball Cai t. John she warts Don. J. S. Buckles. Hon. W. A. Stoops. The congressional question. A Kepa lican correspondent and Friend of the Gazette in an article published on this Page finds fault with its course in i Ard to congressional matters in this District because he thinks it has not manifested Quot justness in its statement of facts nor in the conclusions drawn therefrom Quot and because it has not presented its objections to general Shanks fairly and without prejudice. He also thinks the course which the Gazette pursuing w Quot calculated to Divide the All this the opinion of our correspondent. Now let of see whether he substantiates it not. But in the first place it May be Well to consider what the course of the Gazette has been on this congressional question. After taking a careful Survey of the entire Field such Strong opposition to general Shank was discovered among even the Best and Moet disinterested republicans in nearly All parts of the District that we could not resist the conclusion that be publican Success would be much More certain with some other Man than go no ral Shanks Leader. Who should be the Man ? the question had been already decided for a be publican committee in this county representing the interests of different candidates had nominated col Robertson. Being a Man of Fine character Lind qualifications for the position and a to a in of our town we did not Feci like a Nan tip via to Orla Quot stranger of a Man whom we knew Many of the republicans did not want Bat the friends of general Shanks seemed determined to Force his nomination at All hazards and then it became necessary for the Gazette to state its reasons for considering the nomination of general Shanks unwise. But we Challenge our correspondent anybody else to Point to a single line in the Gazette which Eitler unparliamentary which casts any reflection upon either the Public record personal character of general Shanks in All that has been said on the St object. On the contrary the Gazette has spoken in commend tory terms of the Public career of the general and has always said that if its Opi Nimis should be overruled in the convention and general Shanks should receive the regular a pub Alcan nomination it would cheerfully submit and a All in its Power to secure his election on the ground that he a Good Republican and that the majority ought to Rule. What More has any Republican a right to ask of the Gazette it would sex Ceedie by please to know. Certainly no be publican has a right to ask to set aside our honest preference of candidates prior to the nomination and favor a candidate who from the Best evidence we have at present much More Likely to Lead the Republican party to defeat than to Victory. Can any Republican ask to take such an absurd course this and there Are some who seem to find fault because we do not. A but the Gazette has been unjust in its statement of facts what facts has it attempted to state ? Only three that we Are aware of 1 that Only five out of thirteen Republican papers in the District favor the re nomination of general Shanks 2 that the Republican vote in this District in 1870, was Only sixty five greater than in 1866, that being the Only gain in four years while the democrats had gained 516 vote and besides the Republican majority had decreased from 835 in 66 to 394 in to 3 that general Shanks ran behind his ticket 38-1 votes at the last election. 2�0w these Are facts they Are not. If they Are. Facts what there about them which unjust in reference to the first there Are three papers in this City which favor the re Nooi nation of general Shanks. Besides there tie Bluffton chronicle in Wells county and the Newcastle courier in Henry county. According to on Little arithmetic that makes be and not seven. We desire to make no mis statements and shall lie most Happy to increase the number to so can when the other two papers can be found. So far the other two statements Are concerned we Appeal to the official record. But then our inferences from these facts Quot Are unfair Well what inferences Jive we made in the first place that the Republican cause growing weaker instead of stronger under gen. Shanks Leader. What other conclusion could ice from the fact that the Republican vote was Only 65 larger in 70 than in 66, while the Republican majority had been Cut Down from 834 to 394 ? now of what Avail it to Tell u does that the entire vote the Iazle i e Oitice was honoured yesterday by a very pleasant Sci it visit from the next governor of Indiana gen. Thomas m. Browne of Winchester. We say Quot the governor Quot for in All probability senator Hendricks will be general Browne Coni editor for the Honor and . Hendiicks Lias already been beaten twice ill a similar race it Safe to say Liat a gains to popular and powerful an opponent a general Browne his chances of Success Are less than Ever. If Ever a Man was Quot Cut out Quot for governor of Indiana it general Browne for his naturally winning and cordial address in connection with his dignified and Manly bearing sure to attract the Ina Jority under his Banner and thus far his Banner has carried Victory with it. It probable that in six eight weeks a Roin now our citizens will live the Opportunity of hearing one of general Browne stirring addresses on the topics of the at the Republican primary election in Henry county this week the voters do Clar ii in favor of Shanks Fot Congress by a majority of 700. Why the Gaz Ktuk so a by kwai Al iii coming Forward Quot and an to Uncial this intelligence a Sentinel. Simply because the Gazette has not received any reliable information from Henry county up to the present Date. But take it for granted that gen. s majority in that county 700, the sen time says. This simply confirms All that the Gazette has said in regard to the unpopularity of gen. Shanks. How so Why it simply shows that he has lost 1,104 votes since 1870, for his majority then was 1s04. At this rate How Many votes would the general get two years hence we publish elsewhere an account of the late prof. Morse from the new York world of the 29th ult written two Are three Days before his death. Prof. Morse was one of the noted men of the Earth deserving of immortality hardly More on account of his inventive Genius than his part and honorable life. His history Chat of nearly All inventors years of poverty and unrequited foil of disappoint Fame and emolument. it Safe general Shanks Quot to it editors of the Gazette you article under the above heading in last week Gazette and your additional declarations upon the same subject in your Leader in this week paper upon Quot dodging the Shanks question Quot does not exhibit Itiat justness in your statement of facts nor in the conclusions drawn therefrom that we have a right to expect from those who profess to be working of Quot the Success of the Republican cause without re re to the individual Victory of any keep the friends of general Shanks in this county were desirous that the canvass for the nomination should be conducted without c it rovers to the merits demerits of the respective candidates hoping thus to avoid the usual bitterness and dissensions attending such a contest trusting also that the people in due time would decide the matter for themselves and to the satisfaction of a Large majority of the Republican party in this District i they also find no fault with you for advocating the claims of your favorite candidate col. Robertson but while doing this they earnestly hoped that you would present your objections to Shanks fairly and without prejudice thus giving them no cause for coldness in difference to the Success of col. Robertson should he be the nominee. In this they have been greatly disappointed and feel hat the course Jou Are pursuing calculated to Divide the party and defeat the colonel should he be nominated just easily you now Prophesy the defeat of general Shanks in the event of his nomination. Your objections to general Shanks Are based principally upon what you claim to be his unpopularity. You do not question his integrity a Man a representative for in these he above reproach. Yon object slightly to him on the score of ability but do not give him credit for the ability he has displayed in reaching the position he now occupies despite the difficulties he Laboured under in his youth having neither the Means nor the Opportunity to secure the culture granted to Young men in More fave red localities. Notwithstanding these , he recognized by a Njma Csc Ccray of Wiio has a Arcinage to Ive 1 has not 1 doubt very Nuich if there a congressman ill tiie state who has few and disguise it you will it will be found that the Majori v of Ibi Iti Are a a soil a who Lia it it been in in Eif application in for place. Accordini in a my i Nitoiu tons in this i i Trici i the Tleiji indican i Nickel for so a in but n in cd to vote general Hii Anks Lri it Williis county the b a Ance Distria Macii rain he Sica Dily followed Bis profession alter Bis a Eurn to new York devoting Bis Leisure to Bis scientific project. In a he Coni plated Bis first App ratits an cd ironic y rude one May he supposed Millicient to Lii iii to Coni Musicale wife j arson Liaf a mile Distant bit not of re Coivin an answer a k from of sposite exr entity. In 18-li it this in str iii it was shown in opera i 1 ii w in i. To acid c Cilien Alary Renn the Weil know. Morse instr i in in w hich tie was indented by t a . I Edrisi tors it Umic Pessary table. Sattre. Dry goods. He Iford table aug a id Holit the first in the Field with Mew a plug goods. Hard Wake. Oakley a son ,9rs in foreign and Domestic i Tiro High tie other Lite District far Llen county a Otic Rich your . Do Luif look with Uraih la Voronin statement shows Ali it so tanks Vii ions. Did Morso Loi ind Bis pro position it Aino Ltd one vote Over a hit of a St its ind we a iii Skibin Itulid in r7� to t Kivow thai to the ii fixed ticket Liat j received very coolly. He then went to i was voted in this county that year Matiy. England and was there ref cd a Patent. I democrats Voied a full Piso Licaisi _ state a to France he obtain cd a re Iron and county ticket with tini exception _ if a i return to America Liei 4enerala links vote ii for co Crick. It i was Imie fati Abie in try ii i to per whom they were person ally acid painted. Suade Vum Ross to Elia de Quot Bini to Pratti Zirul i Ould he Caily test Bis invention. At last when trained it by Oiin it that Thedill circe a me was abandoned it allotted Bini s30,-Couid he Ca ily Caplan Icid in ibis Way a a i �000, Marcia a4 at the Midnight born halt a to Sieve that not Over i of the exp Rii in Ion inls-11 he had can be found in this to minty construct cd Ibe line betwee ii Washington who voted again Init Ceneria sliank.-. And i Mikil Tindore a Ini sent Over its wires the of a a to Jjo any Jimart of Iho a Horl i for Fah he use. Stoves and tin Waue. Saddlery and Carriage trimmings &c., to sii3ia Street a. J. Ash a twi co., Day goods. A a a ill Ink sack i i ask la that a Lari a majority of Timure did so for reasons already it Ive. So. Too Yih Lilia other i unties District causes. no could control avoid Knuhl , riot easily account Lei i explained you have no evidence that inese Piersons a iii Dorily of them would vote the Anu Way a Ain in All probability if . Colerick was the candidate they would but against any other Oner the doubt should be Cim trued much in Fajr of men ral a Shanks against him. So nut Cifor this Side at present. your aim in the of the party Noi Man and you have Given your reasons for the Renoa ignation of general Shanks will you also give upon which you base your judgment that colonel Roher Timon will unite our party in this District he so Well known the that he can unite All the discordant , that Yon say exist any i tier than the other candidates named ? has be resided so Long Here that we can say he thoroughly identified with if nominated will there be no just ground for distil Section among old and substantial be publicans who have devoted their lives to the of our people who Are competent and worthy but stand aside not Young enough to wait six i jilt years and then serve Long general Shanks without the prime of manhood ? and Many other questions will arise and since you opened the St object let hate both sides with the Hope that if general Shanks shall be. Selected May unite heartily on his election and if not that we Mav still Cvrk together for the election of Success . The threat that of republicans will not vote for the general if nominated will do no Good and Only give an excuse for of other republicans to vote against colonel Robertson should he be nominated. Ii. J. In Risili first Nies Sas Whai. Hath food within sixteen years nearly 40, 100 Uiles of wire were in full working order. C a Rions Enoi Irh in .s7 two other invent irs ii ail discovered a system of telegraphy fat re we capstone. In England inventing the of the Man the Prpa Elit a Ami Llic sea incl to the editors of the Gazette my attention hag Lieen called to witty articles in tuesday san thief in connection with my name. the Sentinel folks Are very worthy friends of mine i regret to be under the necessity of opposing their favorite candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress. Quot i i once heard a preacher say this he i had made it a Rule Ever since he had joined the Church that when any new j question , and he could ascertain which Side the Devil was on he always took the other Side. the 5eii<nic/isascerlained to be on tie Side of general Shanks at present Well you know How it yourself. Wili air ii. Cooti5s. Leflie Cirii Needle instrument and St Urbiel in la Avaria constructing a recording Tele Gray it i which however was of too Complex a character to come into general use. Honors poured in on Morse. Yale honoured Iier a cadent a roil Ivy enrolling him among her doctors of Law. The Sultan of Turkey sent him a i Aumond decoration. The King of Prussia gave him a cold medal of Merit set in a massive snuff Box. The rulers of Worlem Burin and Austria were not behind band. Ii France he was made a Chevalier of the legion of Honor and by Denmark a Knight of a annul Iron. In a Isabella the Catholic sent him the of the knights comi Nander of the order in Hirji bears her name. In 1857. The of ten countries which had been benefited by his labors in Paris and voted Hui a Grant of 400,000 francs. In London and Paris strand dinners were Given to him. The first submarine cables were Laid by Morse across new York liar in 1s42, an achievement which was rewarded by the american Institute with its Pold medal. In 1848 . Re Lorsic first broached tiie project of the Atlantic Telegraph. His claim to his share in the invention of the Tele _ a a Raub has been ii Itterly contested Inanda Honor a top cd tonic Mit of the Public court. His jt5�p0�0 uuello. To rest not on the discovery of the principles of the Telegraph but on the adaptation of already ascertained principles to the work he undertook to perform. The events in the Public life of . Morse were Liis recent appearance at the in Augu Tiou of Franklin statue in printing House Square and some time previously his at the unveiling of his own statue in Central Park and at the grand demonstration which took it Lake in Heltai a to re in evening at the Academy of music when jib Ilii a Jooris congratulations were ent to the Quot father of j the Telegraph Quot from the telegraphic Fra eternity diff used throughout the world. Kivic for Tho last ton Days beo2i receiving their Stock Oil Tinner Stock stamped a goods for the Spring Trade and arc now Able to show. The panned to largest Stock of goods Ever brought to Rori Wayne. Plain to my Aee Frank amp thauhouser oif the of stood of Deess ill a no shawls dry 600ds House Sec in Var a in Ilia Cir Jaud i oui Fri a in a a it Ovi Rel ii a a Tomt i in in Aivil Aifili invite Ali a to a Mir Stock an iii fit a a before buying to Cir . H. J. Ash sign of ii Stock of fancy goods such trimmings fringes Riiff Lings tuck trimmings quadruple Lawn and Swiss it hot Toff a Cambric fluting fluted ruffling fancy Quot Quot Vitt. A mugs plated trimmings Star frills combination frills Shamrock frills Etc., near Complete possible. 1>i Ltd ui>il>ia-nt., 11 Way Iio. Sims. A a Oey Orr personal and p0l5t�cal. Re tarnishing goods. .-50 dozen British half Hose envelopes Legal Cap i fools Gap i letter paper i note paper i Faber Lead pencils american Lead pencils copying presses Etc. E opening now one of the finest Best selected Stock of dress , Silks and com Cutie dry Ijo ods Well foreign West of new York City. I Alt Hoigh Cotlon , Ami All Kintis of dry goods have advanced we will i continue to sell them at the a ame Low . Look at stir a Vierli clients Diu i and you will Lind tie diff erect of goods Are offered at reduced rates. Black St per Yard sold in All the rest of the stores at if . Black Bonne popu a prices. A full line of coloured Silks including All the latest shades. A line of of Olav Varden Sull kinds of satins. \ Sleurs for trimming Etc. A full line of Poppins at 15, 20, 25 aft 30e per Yard Pla iils Tor childrens i dresses at 20 to 40c. Japanese Silks japanese sinks a full line in All diff Ersnt shades for toe and tip wards too diff rail pieces of dress Tiodos including the latest makes. Oni of oils a it Lepai iii edit bows. Sears for full line of i banns a candid Emir of Quot i stocking for 2oc in the coun try popular makes including the finest Otto ii Ian lace pours lace Jeacques and a full and Complete assortment of White goods laces Libr ordenes handkerchiefs. Oboy Isi we a. Cotto Nades Irnen Etc a full line of Linen suits Cli Ildren salts. Lovli x7s vol. Frank thanhouser no 7 Keystone Block fort Wayne domestics domestics All 1 he popular brands of bleach a and Brown , and All other Domoci incs at prices that cannot Filli but be salts Castory. N. B. Particular attend iii asked to our Stock of Spring shawls and dress goods which we know the largest and handsomest Ever seen in fort Wayne. Gro bit la Filesi Flose in Huestis Hamilton. Wholesale at motor Wei amp Fowler shirts made to measure. Cali Ionn and Berry a it Ceth. Commission merc Hajts a a o in in t. Jay amp sons re c k 111 k a chief ju.=lice Chase has abandoned All Hope of the presidency. A senator Buckalew declines to Btu the democratic candidate for governor of Pennsylvania. A the Ohio state Jour my says Horace Greeley Quot always manages to step into his own bucket like a Blind cow. A Lobert Heller the magician a Iid to be having wonderful in India the birth place of Juggler and Presti digital Troidl Art. A judge Amman Wii was last year tie prohibition candidate for governor of , opposes the attempt to organize a Kat Lonal prohibitory party. A congressman c. A Willard of Vermont denies that he in sympathy with the Liberal Republican movement. He will abide by the Philadelphia motive nation. A Mark Twain profoundly observes "1 am different from i have a higher and grander Standard of Palti Cipr. Washington could not lie. I can but j won j a Quot Washington Rumor has it that the j c Ronicle has been Purcha sed by the friends,.,of Fenton and will be eds id by a. M. Lif a Tira Quot prove ions. Grosvenor a free trader and anti Grant Republican. A mrs. Partington i j anxious to know what All this land Grant bu.sine.=.s Means. She says that in her neigh Hood the women Are one Many they want to land Grant in the White House again. A a Good joke told at tic expense of the democratic candidate for governor in Connecticut . Hubb Ardonie Days ago a committee of Connecticut River Fisli Ermen addressed a letter to each of the rival candidates for governor in order to ascertain their views on the Law relating to Pound fishing. Governor responded promptly saying in Plain language what he could Anil would do in reference to the matter. . Hubbard was equally explicit in the declaration of his views but supposing he had been applied to a lawyer with the written opinion which he sent to the fishermen he enclosed a Bill of Soo for professional services. S1em0n k a it a. A Atio lbs. 77 col Niobia St. amp Eko. the to announce that Tiluy i in preasly enlarged their stuck of sat Ianurr and offer for Ajilo a it reduced go cries. Ferdinand f. Boltz dealer do a groceries provisions oysters amp canned goods fruits 11 kinds in to Tex it season a Hajji syst. 83 and 85 Ami Ocera Columbia Street we Call the attention of the tirade to our iii Iriene Stock Missella Nevirs. Uni inti Ujj Diirr ainu in Rah Jiggs on hand. I to Oill attention to the fact that my aim to sell Only Good goods and Low fair and honest dealing will justify. 14c 12.c \vioi, in i books a station in Ery Mcguckin amp Clark. General produce commission merchants 13 in tar Street. New York eggs a speciality. References St. Nie Hillas National <5 Auk new York. Burnett. Mcl Ntilis a co. Now York 1. P i 15rown. Hood amp Knof Chie 111. Wilkinson jclsro., Knightstown ind. Are Asdente Lor a a of Uta Lorg Sci i riot aug had Blank Book Ilonie in to la filed so a a. Sugars. Crushed granulated and powdered Standard a not a other sugars in proportion. Ca iwed goods. Ail Standard packers Slop Good. Tomatoe, 11�, Lac Quot 3 Quot peaches 2 Quot. Ioc Quot 3 Quot a Doc Mcmurray sugar a i soc Pine applies Doc blackberries0c canned Salmon i la 0c 2 Quot .50o Green peas 2 Quot Uuie a a Jim Gootel Kio Choice Kio Ceylon Java G. Java guaranteed Quot of 2.5c a Csc 30c 3�c teas. The Best in the Market a to pans a of to $1.20. $1.10 tosl.35. Young Hyst Jusi $1.2�, 60. Best,�1.60 just remember that you sin t by the Best Young Hyson at �1.25 when import charge from s1.25 to s1.40 for those Grade. Aut i can sell Vou for s1.25 a Good a Tea any in the City of ers. Soaps. From 5 to 10c a bar. Coffee. Detroit Market report printing and bunk Book Ivory All kind a a Roui a try aug a Carei ully exec need. I a e iii Tiko a Isicc Inhta if Paiik and count prof. Morse. Artist. Jority of the people of this District the to London to study painting under Ben tic Quot a Kierol Don ii with i i Cufis . From the n. Y. World March 20. Prof. lying dangerously ill of paralysis at his residence in Twenty-second-St., and his friends and phys trans fear the worst. Samuel Finley ereese Morse the first son of the Kev. Jedediah Morse not unknown in our literature a writer on geography. He was born a Charlestown april 27, 1791. He graduated at y ale in 1810. His tastes led him to the Fine arts and his father was finally induced to second his aspirations to be an the year after graduating he went peer of any gentleman so far named for Congres, and in legislative experience the Superior of them. All. You find fault with him he has served four terms already and therefore argue that he should stand aside for some who Are hardly Long enough in the to get acclimated but Overlook the fact that this Long service the Best evidence of his ability and popularity it not to be presumed that 15,000 republicans will Long Supi Ort a Man for who lacking in these a qualities. before stated your principal objection to general Shanks that he unpopular and you cite in proof of this Init. That out of thirteen Republican papers in this District but of. Sii Niport him leaving the inference that All the rest Are. Aud commission from a. Botsford. Merchants a cd in flour . Seeds. Hoss a. Liberal Cash Silvan pcs on Coli a Kim ends. New York remit cil at i Star. Kefer to City a Jinks. W3i. Urlce amp �,0., commission merchants no. 23 South water-St., Phila. Flour Grain. Seeds whiskies and provisions ii. J. Hayes let co., produce commission Meroli ants forthe pure Hanii axe.4i.e of a flour Quot Irain. Seeds Wool. Ashes provisions. Butter eggs dried fruits Beans poultry dressed hons in their season arc. De Leils in Salt fish. Pork. Beef water Lime land Phister a a. Office and warehouse 82 wat a so to Felt i let Of Prifti Fingall kinds of ii veloce amp i a Ietter and Sill Kea i. We int envelopes for 50c a Thouis and All other printing equally Low. Part wanting anything in our line can save Money by Call 3 Keystone Block Oal Rotili. Jan in West. While there he became Juite intimate with c. E. Lesue they agreed to paint each other portraits a a first attempt in London. . Morse made some Progre. Pahis Art exhibiting in 1813 at the Royal Academy Liis Quot dying this picture merited High Praise. A Model which he had constructed to Aid him in painting was also shown and won the Adelphi Gold medal. Shortly after he returned to. America. He came unto his own town of to Storsand bos of ton knew him not. He therefore be i took to Janif whirl where lie eked out a living by by 1 to 1 a it painting portraits at s15 a head. In 15188 Cocks valves Cic Crabbs Globe amp co., successors to j. D. Cook its co. Commission merchants for tie Purchase Sale shipment of Grain feed seeds and produce. It 0 1. Board of Trade .toledo.0. Furnaces. Hot air Furnace manufactory no. 67 East main St. than that of 68, because the latter Ivas a a Fate also that general Shan to i presidential Vear that has been admit. I that the whole Tate ticket ran behind the ted half a dozen times m the a a Lite vote of i8g� some i,�00 vote while the i Aheady. No conclusion has been drawn at democratic candidate fell Beliinda at the All from a comparison Between the vote of i quo quote Cleft iii it Oine ,2<mj Voles. J Liis cer Charleston South Carolina he reaped a More Bountiful Harvest but in 1s32 he took up Bis residence in new York. The United Union some other one of the Cadi corporation authorized him to paint the j dates. Now what Are the facts if 1 am i portrait of Lafayette when that general j not misinformed Serem Are openly Quot for gen was on a visit to ibis country. In his i eral Fidanka one far colonel Robertson one City in 1s24, he with some other artists for judge Larch one for . Olga be. J organized a drawing association which a Vii have no Choice. Was the ba./i on which the i National i submit messes de i it the it if your i Tademy of design was erected in 1820., theory Correct and the facts Are tribe rt . was the first Lent. Holfling i steam and ins fitting i have stated them you do not Leal fairly j the office for sixteen years. In l82i he i i Luh tubs Quot Quot justly when you att Emit to use this j rent riled to Europe and remained there evidence that general Shanks i for three years. His return to America in unpopular of the candidates named. 132 must be forever memorable for in Seerma. You represent that the rep ii that year while returning from Havre Liean party growing weaker under his a in the packet ship Sully lie first Laid the Lead and a proof compare the vote of foundation of Liis great invention. While 186g Vith that of 1870, and ignore the in Collee his attention bad been carefully branches ully greater than in l i of a ii.-. Of inc no a Iscove Les in elec for g-a, steam Aud water. Wrought Iron pip5, for same. Sheet Lead Ose Puu Iris Hydraulic both Wood Anil Coal. Will give a quicker and greater Anion it of heat from a Griven Quantity of Fisel than any furnance East West. Patented Mareli i 1s71. Call and see them. Cottingham amp go. The old Central grocery still a the Field with goods Low _ the 6rocekies Rao visions. On the c09?ner0f main and Harrison streets during the Spring months we will furnis3 the very Best u Niit Rio , Maracaibo G. Java. Singapore ground and roasted Humnick .senee, amp a. Miscellaneous. Ten car Load o assorted Wou Ilii a Are starch vinegar shot Tea cans canned fruits nuts d o andro in fish spices amp a. Tobacco. The largest Stock in the West Roark Sweet plug of a ill styles Bright plug Fine Cut and smoking cigars at manufacturer Jvice. We Are the sole proprietors of the Cele United Quot mad Anthony Wayne tobaccos sugars. R>0 Quot Hicls. it Trieu Cut loaf Van Bhot powder it i granulated a. Sugar b. Sugar i. Sugar a. B. And . C., c. Yellow new Orleans demerar.�, Porto Rico Cuba clarified mus Covada. Syrups and molasses 1,000 barrel. White Silver Dri. Golden drips Crystal Amber new Orleans Slola se, mus Covada. Teas. 5oo half . Young , Hyson Imperial Gunpowder Oblong Isoo Chong Japan amp a. Which the Market affords. Choice table butter the finest brands of it Loxer Limi groceries of nil kinds Are key it con. Tacitly on hand. Especial attention invited to candies of oar own manufacture which Are All we duplicate new York prices with the addition Only o freight. All promptly and Faith my filled. Sej Sid for Cir a . Steel rail double try Cic Dodez amp Rock Mil Ero Cory a All a iii i w Cost Whir stores in the following article a i assortment of Crosse i Altic Kwoll Pickle Leo a nil Krisp Berry Jam Burnetto Flavouring new Hai pianos. J Mii. /miii.-iiii.--. I Itroia tine Ilde a son a Ronnii spices Warnin ted pure .1. B. Llos i iii ies Lii it ii let its sardines truly italian a Ciccaroni and Vermae Illi now York state fun torn Choc mall a oysters always on hand Fine table syrup cuts of All kids pure cider \ iii Erar t no Corriey by the quart Bushel celery mess mackeral Geo. B a cod fish. Copper boii.ek, musical warehouse. And plumbing material of every descriptive 48 ent main it fort wave. I a. Envelopes 50,000 envelopes. Wix ii tilt 34? now of what a a ,38/0, and ignore the m cold be Bis attention bad been care i. I Quot set that the Republican vote a some Quot dii Eckerl t j clips Nistra and other Branc our correspondent i i Yaqo greater in <�o8 Thuu in 1s70. And of Gatun Philosoph v. A a Board the e of Lessi Soine 2, j00 greater than in 1-. Quot. You di.-. Of if it discoveries in e 70 and that of but Between that of and that of 66. The second conclusion from Fuct a was that gen. Shanks unpopular a evidenced by the fact of his a tanning 384 t iii ill does i i place and in the a our get it an Birva Tiomi aware which Ain de i i tic Hind of Morse the ills Are it . Lief re lie left the i slip it he bad Nnaji died out the Rengli plan of i Telegraph Sya Tein ii Clud show air spi parity Oil tiie Jimart of any one on the other b my was tiie ease Llinat the election of 70 was not of such ii Ernst to Call out the entire Stren tii of Quot i Glicr party. It True Liat Gei Meiai slum k has Erie Ionics in his own party and Man Olio Iijkjjui-1 my even votes behind his ticket. Our correspond has been in Public i quote eight , and a Rit iii Telegraph. I D. Hurd dealer in la if m o to i it Irv win xxv frames a Fri trial i Iea was a strip of p.,.saturated Willi a Ehe Urical reparation Sam doors and blinds would Feicco when brought in with the wire along which the custom Vork promptly executed Cieck Tajc car Tiit was Jias Silig Aud thus form an Alpi abet by Marks varying in Width a id number. Vilh this idea in his i Foht . In a rth Sido canal t of j. work Fikst-cl. .vsos. The a uii8iirp3tssc<. Tic i Quot Raven Quot a . The Quot a Ecker a undid pitted. These a Are Well a a Kos Ujj to the Public Tsurou Skler made and a i ered at very Low prices. Organdy Mclode Oiin iii Lars �e., &c., arc silo sold it Ere for Little Money. A Call examine Prives and Stock i Aud Yon will Aurelia eat ii. 1 off 9ini Eal warehouse barrst., Between Llain a Teer a res. I City 3ia1 printed on the Back Baltimore amp Ohio. R. The great Short line from Cincinnati Columbus i Vej St a Avink 87 to 110 Miles Andrri Viii Taix in Advance at grew York. Saving i j Miles and arriving Guji hours in Vivanee at . Ii Vius 77 Miles and arriving ski in Elvance at William Lyyii Florist Ord. f,.r All kinds of to Bej d1.\h plants such aeraxiv., a Floii Isamii Verbe a a l>aur.l4 Etc. Ï0 va8f. plants wholesale and retail. La caching fila Delphiia one train Tho quickest. Bridal and Otho parties furnished with Bou jets and Cut Flowers. Every attention Willibe Sho in to i visitors. I a greenhouses. Con of by if Penridge and j Avebstcr-st�., fort Wayne. Inf Iana. J Spring catalogue will be issued about the lit of april and can be it Btu ined at the greenhouses Oral mailed free to Alia to. The great Iron railway Bridges Over Tho Ohio River at Parkersburg Bellaire arc com dated. Morning and lines of Pullman Palace draw inst Hoo the Gazette office isto ight drawing room and amp lec Ink cars Are run on this Houte from Cin Cincinnati Columbus to Baltimore and Washington City. Witriol t cd latib. By this route you avoid All omnibus to misters and ferries. Tickets for Sale at All ticket of Licos in Tho South and West. L. M. J. Wii.s03�o. Cien l ticket agent. Master trans. Baltimore my. . My. Sink a k. 40se, ct.a-Lpa. Agent Rini Innanti. Ohio m a m .-.>.-> Ampit . W. S. Wood dealer in la a old Llly 01�. A so Oso a Fil to in be rha3it>, engravings and Claro rates i Calhoun St. Uear Jefferson physicians. . S. at Wagui drug store j at All hours. Tidence 152 we Washington

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