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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The fort wave daily gaze re to to Kinling. April its 1872. Bob t. Q. Cit piece d. 8. Alexander. A editors amp publishers monday. Apr ii. A n72. State Republican ticket. For men. Tom a Howe of band in county. Kois Hon. Leonidas Sexton. Of Kush county. A ror Sec rotary of state w. W. Cubby of Vigo county. Fob Aroito of state j. A. Wii Idman of Howard county. For Tea scrub of state johnb. , of Lawrence county. Por ski Ortr of the Coit col. James b. Black of Marion county. For of the court cables Scholls of Clark county. Ror of it . W. Smith. Of county. Foe a Torset oese Raj. James c. Denny of Knox county. Done hic i to filled thou wit ii Dis Nuiya Thuv could not Tell and the of i one uts of Grant Are not a Wiser. But there was something wrong with Lincoln and for fear the people inight not find it out. Those two staunch Republican leaders Ben. Wade and ii try Winter i Avis came out in a Long , telling the people to beware of Lincoln. Some of the went even farther than this and not daring to Trust the of the part met in convention at Cleveland and nominated Fremont in Advance just Ashe a Liberal republicans Quot now propose to meet at Cincinnati on the 1st of May to instruct the people what to do. What did the third party amount to in 64? a fizzle and nothing More. For All that we can see it just formidable As the Quot Liberal Kei i lican Quot movement now. There a great Deal of sound and a great Deal of just As there is now and there was about the same cause for it that there is now. Lincoln had some faults and displeased some of the politicians but the ina.=.ies of the people believed him prudent and . If anything he was More abused than Grant has Ever been both by democrats and republicans. But the people believed him honest and Safe and at tie election his opponent carried two states we believe. The opponents of Grant should cultivate their poisonous red flannels. How a Louis Viii medical journal stopped their manufacture. But not until hundreds of per Soqr had been killed. Raemone. Fob Cokor Kosmas at Large Hon. Godlove s. Both of Tippecanoe county. For . Elk toes f it . B. Kumler of Vanderburg. Contingent Frank m. Pes a of Pyke. A Fermi t. Nixon of Floyd. Throop. Of Orange. Third r. Cravens of Jefferson. Fourth r. Goodwin of Franklin. Fly . W. Grubbs. Of Morgan. Sixth a strict. Jaf Tiee Johnson. Smith Harper of Avn Rem eighth . Cowgill of a Bah. Coe . T. Bryer of cars a vhf i lha truth a. S. Tiny for. Of Allen. Tenth ihhtrict.-. W. U. Ellis of Elkhart. It events Keith of Tulton. Contingent a John Bender of Marshall. At Large. Oen. Nathan . John she warts. Hon. J. S. Buckles Hon. W. A. Voigt a. Lincoln and Grant. If those republicans who Are inclined to be troubled about the opposition to president Grant will Call to mind the similar opposition to president Lindouf in i they will see that there is not much ground for apprehension after All probably no president was Ever More abused a Iid treated with More unkindness both by enemies and those who. Ought to have been his friends than president Liscott. And yet he not Only one of the Ablest and Flo fest but one of the most successful presidents the country Ever had. All through his administration he was accused even by republicans of wavering and procrastinating when he ought to be decided in purpose and prompt in action and although he had brought the country safely through four of the most perilous years in its history and had won for the fib emment of which he was the head a Victory so grand As to surpass the highest expectations of the most hopeful friends of the Union yet the Republican opposition to his re nomination was almost As Strong As the democratic hostility to his re election. There were Quot Liberal republicans Quot in 64 As Well As in 72, though they Ger Ejot is the n. Y. Tribune of thursday or. Greeley sets himself right before the Public in regard to his position on the subject of Tariff which was called in question by his signing the recent in Anifet to of the new York Liberal republicans. Here is what he says in Tigu iii the i Cattoi to col. Grosvenor we simply state Ltd Olin of the oink iii Iati Ninive Tient nut of every i Hresc embodied in that letter. No such letter would Ever be signed at All it every one were to insist on hav Jig it Ross own Juo Oise views. Ave Are in Forue it i that one of Limo Foremost Kepueli fails of our l i a Isanc Sher Nuin declined to sign to in Lei of of to con Init the signers tii Ide. It it a the other hand or. Krackowizer to the letter As printed that it set Nied to condemn Protection. If we had drafted that letter its an Cage would have Lieen dih Erent but the Cincinnati ino Vinent will be judged by its own acts and utterances not by those of this or that squad who United in calling it we could not believe that or. A keep by intended to Back Down on the Tariff question and although his position at the time is rather equivocal so far As his connection with the Republican party is concerned we cannot yet bring ourselves to believe that he will in the end allow himself to Aid the democrats in the National election. The Tribune if we do not forget has never gone so far As to say that it will Bolt the Philadelphia convention if Grant should be nominated. And while we cannot help regretting its present wayward course we can hardly doubt that when the Battle fairly begins it will fall into line and train its splendid Park of artillery the common enemy of the republicans. Whole Uhic known by that name eight years ago. These High flying patriots Felt called upon to save the Republican party and the country from certain destruction by opposing the re nomination of such a dangerous Man As Abraham Lincoln. They hew their meetings Indig Peiu a country especially Active in Washington just As they Are now. Instead of sending Forth Little circulars from Missouri and Cincinnati and new Boriin a sort of scattering fire they put their Heads toothed and fired one Centre shot from the capital of the country which was intended to Knock the friends of Lincoln into conglomerate Flinders. But about the Only result of this shot was to kick Over the men who fired it without hitting the game at All. Here Are a few snug native remnants of the charge with which the Quot Liberal republicans Quot of 64 loaded their Little Washington howitzer Quot the movements recently made throughout the country to secure the renomination of president Lincoln Render necessary some combination on the part of those unconditional friends of the Union who differ from the policy of his administration. So Long 83 no a fibres were made to forestall the political action of the people it was both Wise and patriotic for All True friends of the government to devote their into Deuce to the Eup pression of the rebellion. But when it becomes evident that party a in Chinery and official influence Are being used to secure the perpetuation of the present adm Nistra tian those who conscientiously believe that the of the country and of Freedom demand a change in favor of vigor and purity and nationality have no Choice but to Appeal at once to the people before it shall be too late to secure a fair discussion of Here is the same old cry that the presi influence of to who do not believe in the absurd doctrine that Quot whatever is is right Quot it is rather discouraging to see How few people seem to have any other object in life than simply to eat sleep and make Money. The vast majority never seem to think that they Are under the slightest obligation to Benefit Mankind either by worthy deeds in behalf of society or by that upright and exemplary life which is sometimes More potent even than Good deeds which Are liable to be attributed to unworthy motives. Sometimes the great est vacancy in society is made by the death of him who was famous neither on account Lic or Public deed but whose consistent upright. Christian life Quot added new importance and dignity to every cause which Elic Teil his sympathy and increased the stability of human society. But when to the Good life is added the Good deed what a Power for usefulness is put into the Possession of such a one. And it the vast multitude will go to their several labors this morning so wrapped up in merely selfish purposes and the grovelling things of the present hour that they would be startled As with a sense of danger if some one should Stop them and say what Are you really living for and what Are your Lopes for the great hereafter Quot deat is pos the his official position to Secare his re election. Now see what improvement the Quot Liberal Quot patriots of 72 make on this statement of terrible National grievances. Here is the Way the cent new York manifesto of Horace Greeley amp co., puts the matter Quot we make this departure from the Ordinary modes of political action from a deep conviction that the organization to which we belong is under the control of those who will use it chiefly for personal , and Obs tic the free expression of opinion on important matters Quot Etc., Etc. It will be seen tha t the complaint is quite hereditary Bat now As then comes from a few discontented politicians rather than from the masses of the people. If we remember correctly the people were not so badly obstructed in the free expression of their opinions in the fall of 64 As to consider Thema elves to any degree slaves. And the manner in which the people of new Hampshire and Connecticut recently spoke of their in Slitter goes to show that their bondage is not unendurable at least. But the fathers of the present Quot Liberal republicans Quot were forced in 64, to state the following causes of their alarm 1. That even were the re election of or. Lincoln desirable it is practically impossible against the Union of influences which will oppose Liim. 2. That should to lie re elected his Manifest tendency toward and tem Horary expedients of policy will become stronger during a second term than it Baa been in the first and the cause of human Liberty and the dignity and Honor of the nation suffer proportionate in while the War May continue to languish during his whole administration till the Public debt shall become a Burden too great to be borne. 3. That the patronage of the govern ment through the necessities of the War has been to rapidly increased and to such an enormous extent and so loosely placed As a to Render the application of the Quot one term Quot principle absolutely essential to the certain safety of our Republican in spite of All these predictions to the contrary if our memory Dees not deceive As or. Lincoln was re elected the Quot one term principle Quot was shockingly violated and our Quot Republican institutions Quot Are still standing. But learning nothing from the past there Are those who think that if president Grant Shosid be re nominated these Quot institutions Quot would certainly be demolished this time. When the opponents of Lin. Coin were a it Kelt a what awful thing he had if ii Distant postmaster Durgin is an intentional defaulter he is the most exemplary one we have Ever heard of. He was not Only a Man of literary tastes far As miscellaneous Reading and love of books Are concerned but so far As known of economical and upright personal habits. All this does not be Issen his criminality if Guil a nor afford any Good reason Why he should not not be punished to the full extent of the Law if proved a criminal beyond reasonable doubt. But until that is done it seems reasonable to suspend judgment concerning a Man who has hitherto borne so fair a reputation for integrity in this Community As Geo. W. Durgin or. J. V. Farwell amp co s Artesian Well. I by i urgent in the cd ulry. From the Chicago Standard the events of the past week which have most intensified the Iasi Honable and business circles of our City have been the opening of the retail department of the great House of John v. Farwell amp co., and the grand Success of a he Artesian Well this firm to Supply water in Case of fire and to do the work of hoisting goods in their immense War rooms. This Well was commenced soon after the fire and at a depth of 1,200 feet a flow of 10,-000 Gallons of water per minute through a 4i bore Stamps it As the most Essal Well in the country. This House Don t seem to be satisfied with Small things either in fire or water. Twice burned out within one year they go for water like genuine baptists and came near being drowned oat on reaching it. Several six Inch sewers were opened to carry off the water when reached but with this and a team engine to help dispose of this subterranean torrent the Well had to be plugged up to prevent the flooding of the basement of their building until a twelve Inch sewer could be Laid on the main Drain. This is another of the Steps taken by this firm to Benefit the interests of the cite. A few More such Wells properly utilized till effectually guard the business centers against Large fires. Our people were not More surprised and interested in this a piteous wonder than they were in the elegant display of Rich goods made at the opening referred to and in the beautifully arranged and finished rooms fitted up for the purpose since the fire. The room the largest West of new York devoted to the retail dry goods Trade and the Interior finish is equal to that of the establishment in the Large Eastern cities. The department of this firm is More Complete in its appointments than Ever before and the amount of business being done is said to be double what it last year. We arc glad to make a note of these facts for the information of All who can appreciate the value of such Energy to the mercantile interests of the . A clergymen who had been a laying for some time at the Houch of a Friend on going away called to him Little Tommy he of tur year old son of his Host and him what he should give him for a present. Tommy who bad great respect for the Quot clot i Quot thought it his duty to suggest something of a religious nature so hot a announced hesitatingly Quot in i think i should like a testament and i know i should like a a Quot sir Quot said an irate Little gentleman of about four feet eleven inches to one a a feet two Quot i Woald Hare you know sir that i have been Well brought up Quot Quot Possi blk Quot Asid the Ull one looking Down Quot but Vou Haven t been brought la rom the Louisville a Edker All or nearly All our in the Ile Sale Trade will remember the Intro Ion in 1s71, upon the Market of a Peculiar Brand of red flannel known by the Trade Mark of Quot the Rhees fiber Quot and Quot sold Only for this red flannel was the product of a vegetable , and with the colouring matter in it highly poisonous manufactured by Griffith Koces at the Rhees amp Howlett Woolen Mills on Howlett Creek Pennsylvania. The fungus was grown Union the Mill Ponds of the works and was the product of cultivation. The Louisville magical journal was tiie first to discover and sex Ose the character of Liis red flannel. Afterwards the Rhees estate Rhees having committed suicide wus i prosecuted for damages by merchants who had purchased the flannels and lost thereby. In the trial of the cause or David morgans Foreman of the works gave the following testimony and after narrating the discovery of this fungus by Knees his invention of machinery for its manufacture and his endeavours to Purchase the interest of All the stockholders in the works or. Morgans states Rhees following up his plan had been actively negotiating with several holders for the Purchase of their shares of Stock in his Mill. On the seventeenth Day of january 1872, morgans is particularly circumstantial As regards his Date sat 10 in the morning whetse came into the Mill office looking considerably disturbed morgans asked Hui what was the matter. He replied that his child an infant less than a year old was very much complaining. It had seemed to be threatened wit i croup he had put a strip of flannel about its Throat but in the night it had a sudden attack of fever with a decided eruption and he had sent for the doctor fearing it was scar Latina. Quot but that is not the chief bother Quot said Quot Rheee Quot see and he opened a medical journal published in Louisville and pointed to an article in it on a new disease just diagnosed there. It was styled in the article Quot Mycio Loida derm Stitis Quot was said to be a Peculiar eruption attended with great irritation of the skin running an Uncertain course complicated with cerebral symptoms More or less marked and terminating variously. Cases were mentioned in which the eruption lasted weeks and then disappeared suddenly As it came. Others in which the attack was As violent and the result As immediately fatal As in malignant Erysipelas. The disease was said to be caused by wearing red flannel. Quot i Don t believe it morgans said or. Rhees Quot but even if it is not so and such a thing gets abroad it will ruin our business. If i it eople suspect that there is such a thing As poisonous red flannel in the Market they will decline to buy any morgans said not a word but going to a drawer in his desk produced a scrap Book opened it and pointed Liis employer to a Long column of newspaper clippings enumerating cases of sickness and death from wearing red flannel. You see there s none of pm older than 69, said morgans. Good god morgans Quot cried or. Rhees what do you mean Quot Quot did t we sell a piece of that flannel to Jones amp Rheinhardt in Louisville ? i Tell Yuo that s our flannel the Rhees fabric that s poisoning All these Quot it is not it can not be Quot cried or. Rhees in great agitation. Quot every part of the process All the articles used in it Are perfectly Quot then it s the fungus that does it Quot persisted morgans. Quot i be watched things some time and i know it s our morgans says air. Rhees stood like a Man Thunder struck. He faltered staggered could not speak. At this instant a servant came running to him from his House and told him the doctor had come and wanted to see him at once the baby was very ill. Quot Moi is Quot said or. Rhees As he went out the door inking a painful Effort to control his agitation Quot Telegraph at once to our factors to a toil Belling these goods peremptorily and no matter what Cost morgans did As he was Bidden and in the course of half an hour or. Rhees returned to Tjie office looking so the Foreman said like a Man condemned to death. Quot morgans Quot he asked Quot where did that piece of flannel come from i sent for yesterday Quot Quot it was the Rhees fabric i thought you wanted it for some of your experiments. Good god or. Rhees you did t put that around your child s neck did you what else Quot said the. Unhappy Man forcing himself to be Calm Quot and the child is dying and the doctor pronounced the disease to be of god i am punished i am punished Quot and to Morgan s great distress or. Rhees broke into a great weeping. At this moment a Telegraph boy arrived with a dispatch which or. Rhees read and then handed to Morgan controlling himself and becoming suddenly Calm once More by an Effort which the faithful Foreman said was More frightful to witness than his sobs and tears. The message said that the orders arresting the Sale of the consignment of the Rhees fabric had come too late the goods had been sold on very satisfactory terms to another House which had already shipped them to South America where so it was reported they were to be made up into uniforms for general Herrera s army. Quot you see morgans Quot said or. Rhees the fire i kindled has gone beyond my own As he spoke the doctor came to the door and Laid his hand on or. Big yes shoulder Quot your child is dead Quot said he Quot go Comfort your Quot i am going to make reparation to her and to All Quot answered or. Rhees walking out of the office. After Mach search his body was found two Days later in the deepest part of the Mill dam. The stockholders suspended operations at the Mill at once attached the property of deceased and brought suit As above mentioned. The Case will come to trial As soon As the messengers who have been dispatched for witnesses from general Herrera s army shall have returned. There jul be no More of the Rhees fabric manufactured. A with to a id table sauce , tie siring Fielli i lican which would doubts it Hett tri pleased to record tic contrary fact says Quot it is pretty evident that some ii Priti a Cipley or have been imposing on or. Dana. They haves Laii a dered or. Robeson to him representing i some actions in a false Light and inventing wholesale fictions about others. So far the results of the investigation have in the a. A j re i a main been favourable to the Secretary and 1116 bust sauce Ana Kells of course very mortifying to the editor who now learns that he has been hoodwinked and played with. Probably it will be a lesson to him. Dry goods. Leicestershire table sauce Mado in any part of the world the first in the Field with new Spring goods. Life s brightest hour. For a Misc a use. Not Long since 1 met a who is assessed for More than a million. Silver was his hair care Uii ii his brow and he stooped beneath his Burden of wealth. We i were speaking of that period of life when i we had realized the per fact enjoy ment or rather when we had foil nil thei happiness nearest to being unalloyed. Quot i Latell you Quot said the millionaire Quot when was the happiest hour of my life. At the age of one and Twenty i had save Ltd up si>00. 11 was earning so of a year and my father did not take it from me Only requiring that i should pay for my Board. At the age of Twenty two 1 had secured a pretty cottage outside of the City. I was Able to pay two thirds of the value Down and i also to furnish it respectably. I was mar j ried on sunday a sunday in june at i my fathers House. My wife had come to me poor in purse but Ricoli in the wealth of her womanhood. The Sabbath and the Sabbath night we passed beneath my father s roof and on monday morning i went to Niy work leaving Mother and sister to help in preparing my Home. On monday evening when the labors of the Day were done i went not to the paternal shelter As in the past but to my own House my own Home. The holy atmosphere of that hour seems to surround me even now in the memory. I of ened the door of my cottage and entered. I Laid my hat upon the Little stand in the Hall and passed on to the Kitchen our Kitchen and dining room were All one then. 1 pushed open the Kitchen door and was a in heaven the table was set against the Wall the evening meal ready prepared by the hands of her who had come to be my Hel meet in deed As Well As in name and by the table with a throbbing look upon her Lovely and Loving face stood my wife. I tried to speak and could not. I could Only clasp the waiting Angel to my , thus showing to her the ecstatic Burden of my heart. The years have passed Long Long years and worldly wealth has flown in upon me and i am honoured and envied but As True As heaven i would give u ally every Dollar for the Joy of a he hour of that june evening in tiie Long Long ago Quot one a i Ledger. Stoves and tin Ware. H. J. Ash club Sale dealer in Tinner s Stock stamped Japan Ned and Plain tinware commission merchants t. Jay amp sons p o k is i it c in k s. Prai ers in Larj smoked and Salt provisions. Kuko to. Indianu. Mcguckin amp Clark. General produce commission merchants 1.1 water Street. Wow York eggs a speciality. References St. Nicholas National Bank new York Burnett Mclnnis a co new York k. P Brown Orinn etl Iowa go d amp Knof Chicano ill. Wilkinson amp bro., Knightstown ind. Det it Market report from s. And a. Botsford. Commission merchants and dealer in flour Grain seeds dressed Hois a. Liberal Cash advances on consignments. New York Exchange remitted at Par. Kefer to City Banks. We. Brice a co., _ oks Ebal commission merchants no. 23 Sotu water-St., Phila. Flour brain seeds whisky cd and prevision a wholesale and i it a a Ltd i stoves tinware a a nth House keepers goods. . Ash 91 it Oliimbin-nl., it m is us. Iut a. Sign of red hot if. J. Iiames a co., produce commission merchants and flour brain seeds Wool ashes provisions Butler eggs dried fruits Beans poultry dressed dogs in their season a. Drag is is Salt fish. Pork. Beef. Water Lime. Land. Plaster a. Office and warehouse 82 wat a so told us o. I a of stories. Blank books envelopes Legal Cap fools Cap letter paper note paper Faber Lead pencils american Lead pencils copying presses Etc. Siemon amp bi., i a a station arcs. 77 Colombia so. Siemon i Buo. Have the pleasure to announce that they have preasly enlarged their Stock of stationery Ami offer for Sale at reduced t . Or Irp amp co., have for the last ten Days been receiving their Stock of new goods for the Spring Trade and Are nov Able to show the largest Stock of goods Ever brought to fort Wayne. Our Stock of dress goods and shawls la the in Var a i splayed in the Elty and you irises Al iii a a Over Pythia that in new and desirable and we iii Rita All o give our Stock it an Esaui in Atlon before inic to Weir Purchase a. Hardware Oakley son dealers in foreign and Domestic h a Dwake saddlery and Carriage trimmings &c., 79 Colts Abii Street dry goods. Sprin6 opening Spring opening i Tintcy gooi3s. Of Stock of fancy goods such As trimmings fringes ruffling tuck trimmings quadruple Lawn and Swiss trimmings. Cambric fluting muted ruffling fancy Fri Uings plat a trimmings Star frills combination Fries Shamrock frills Etc., is As near Complete As domestics domestics All the popular Ligands of bleached Antl Brown a incl los and All other domestics at prices that cannot full but be sat Mctory. N. B. Particular attention asked to our Stock of Spring shawls and dress goods which we know is the largest and handsomest Ever seen in port . Fer Dinand f. Boltz Deal Erin groceries provisions oysters amp canned goods i uits or kinds in to Weir season o. 88 St. 9s Columbia Street. Stodie rip s Bookstore fort Wayne Lud. T Crabbs Good amp co., successor to j. D. Cook pc co. Commission merchants for the Purchase Sale or shipment of train feed seeds and produce. To 1. Boariu of Trade. . By Mono ohis. I out Light House having purchased of the the Rig by Rose burning fluid or a me8 ember. Stock of also impersonal and miscellaneous. A Aina Dickinson has had another offer of a Man and a Fortune of $80,000. A Adelina Patti owns More diamonds than any lady of the nobility in Europe a Goldwin Smith has gone to reside in Canada at Toronto where he edits a Magazine. A a Green Bay Man was mean enough to Elope with the Only school teacher in the town thus shutting up tie school. A the harpers have Given their cashier who has been employed by them forty years a furlough to visit Europe and a present of $5,000. A if you would be Well with a great mind leave him with a favourable impression of you if with a Little mind leave him with a favourable opinion of . A president Colfax is said to live stopped smoking altogether and reduced his system of letter writing to the smallest possible limits. He now spends his Leisure More re creatively playing with his infant son. Young Man living near Green Bay wag courting a Nice Young girl. Her father kept a store and sold such articles As hair Oil. The Young Man being liberally inclined purchased bottles of hair Oil and presented them to the Young lady and she returned them to the store. Imagine How embarrassing it was to the Young Man to find this out after he had bought seven bottles and repeatedly purchased tie s Ime Bot 11 . A a party of French wits once Stop de at a tavern. Alien the feast was Over one of the members called in tie Host Esfi. Angelic due Quot he said Quot i am going to give you a lesson in astronomy. Have you not heard of the great platonic year when everything must return to its former condition know alien that in 16,000 years we shall be Here again on the same Day and at the same hour. Will you give us credit till then Quot the hostess however had her reply. Quot i am perfectly willing Quot she Jet Breed Quot but it is just 16,000 yearn Binge you were Here before and you left without paying Settle the old score and f will Trust you on the Chah Deebs lands burners amp a. I live removed to my old place of business no. 170 Calhoun St. Opp. Cathedral. I will also keep the Best Coal Oil amp head Light Oil in the Market. A Large assortment of brackets chandeliers lamp burners ac., ail on hand. . Jocquel fort Wayne ind. . A a. D. Kurd dealer in and manufacturer of a cml o window frames Sash doors and blinds custom work promptly executed. Shop North Side canal. West of Qaq work foot Wayne ind. Keil Bros jobbers air cd be Airees in books amp stationery arc agents for one of Hel it arg est printing and Blank Book Blouse in the United states. Printing and Blank Book work or All kinds promptly mud carefully executed. H c make a speciality of link in county Blank Book work of printing All kinds of Sla inks envelope i Etter and Bill a Eleadis. The Best Boll Batter and fresh constantly on band. I wish to Call attention to the fact that my aim in to Mil Only Good goods and As Low As amp in and honest dealing will justify. Sugars. Crashed pm Nulato and powdered Standard a not a other sugars in proportion. 14c Izic we p int envelope for 50c a thousand All other printing of dually As Low. P irtes wanting anything in our line can save Money by Call 3 Ziy Stone by Coz of Lhotan. Furnaces. Hot m Furnace manufactory no. 67 East Mai ii St. Constructed for Bot i Wood and Coal. Will give a quicker and greater amount of heat from a Given Quantity of Niel than any Furance East or West patented March 14,187i. Call and see them. Nottingham amp co. Cached 600cs. All Standard packers to Slop . Tomatoes 2 lbs 18c Quot 3 Quot 25c peaches 2 Quot 20c Quot 3 Quot 30c Mcmurray s sugar con 30c Pine apples .30c blackberries 20c canned Salmon 1 la 30c 2 Quot 50c Green Pew 2 Quot f a 25c Coffee. Good Eio 23c Choice Rio 25c Ceylon 28c Java 30c 0. G. Java guarantee to 35c a rank amp the no Oxsser Oil tub 6reat Western dry ,600bs House. We ii Eoj ening now one of tie finest and i5est selected Stock of dress goods,.siik� and do Nestic dry goods a is Well As foreign West of new York City. Although Cotton goods woolens and All kinds of dry goods have advanced we will int Niue to sell them at the same Low prices. Look at our advertisements daily and you will find the different classes of goods Are Ofiu red at reduced rates. Black l.-ssi.50 per Vard sold in All the rest of the stores at $2,50. Black Bonnet silk the Best in tie Row it Gomilar prices. A full line of coloured Silks incl citing All the latest shades. A Hani some line of Verj inv �11 kinds fast i is velours for trimming Etc. A full line of Poppins at 15, 20, 25 and 30c per \ nil plaids for Chi Horens ses at 20 to 40c. Japanese Silks japanese Silks a full line in All different shades for 70c and upwards 500 different pieces of Dresin iood.�, including the latest Eliakes. Stir Fanoy crowds i it Lepai Quot tent s Coil plete hand i me bows scarfs for ladies a full line of splendid embroidered White skirts for $1.00 we sell the Best White stockings for 25c in the coun try 1000 different styles of shawls All popular makes including the finest i.4ice Points Jacques and a full and Complete of White goods. Laces embroideries handkerchiefs. Meir a Sty boy s we a. Cotton Dos , Etc a full line of ladies Linen suits children s suits. Live us a i a. Frank thanhouser no. 7 Keystone Block fort Wayne ind. Boots ave shoes. Markley Schry Der amp co. Teas. The Best in the Market japans 90c, $1 to $1.20. Long $1, $1.10 to $1.35. Young Hyson is f 1.25,$1 50. Best $1.60 j ust Remer that you can t buy the Best Young Hyson at $1.25 when import is charge from $1.25 to $1.40 for grades. Aut i can sell you for $1.25 As Good a Tea As any establishment in the City offers. Soaps. From 5 to 10c a old Central grocery still in Thefield with goods As Low As the lowest grocer it Prol on on the Corner of main and Harrison streets during the Spring months we will fun Kelsh the very bes Quot a. Pole i potatoes Cannock which the Market affords. Choice table butter the finest brands of Anil groceries of All kinds am kept constantly on hand. 4 key Stone Block Calhoun St Yolk can buy All kind of Boot amp shoes pianos. Physics. Or. S. Curtice. Office at Wagner s drug store at All Ilonne wifi refine 152 we Washington St. To coat. And Coke. Bass amp Smith a pi6ir0n,Coke,Coal, Lehigh Lackawanna Yough Loghery backs Mitzi and Canne Coal Orff s musical warehouse. Maxos. Tue a Steck a . The Quot Haven Quot a first class. The a Decker a undisputed. These instruments Are Well known to the Public Thoro Ukly made and offered at very Low Price. Organs Ai Elodeous. Guitars ac., ax., Are also sold Here for Little Money. Cau examine prices and Stock and Yon will Purchase at n. Orff s musical warehouse ban>st., Between main a Berry St Dodez amp Rockhill Excel All other of grocery stores in the follow info articles canned fruits of All kinds a general assortment of Crosse pc Blackwell i pickles Lee and Perrin g Worcestershire space Raspberry to a Burnette g flav nag extracts new raisins. Almonds Citron extra Fine w Ilde i son s ground spices warranted pure j. B. Hos tine s Boneless sardines truly italian Maccaroni and Verma Cilli new York state factory cheese Maltby s oysters always on hand Fine table syrup nuts of All kinds pure cider vinegar cranberries by the quart or Bushel celery mess mackeral Geo. B a s cod fish. Evix bees 50,000 envelopes with tiie City map printed on the Back Ibok Saxie the Gazette office ext Oai Inge Opok flow prices 1872. Hiiro dry too i Ato fort Wayne ind. Of Portia Ivity Iiona it to Trio to Aclo at 1872. Oft ored a s. Evans amp 00, s 33 and 35 Clinton and 41 and dealers indy co Sand notion being awake to the interests of on customers we Are in Nii Turket ahead of the late heavy Advance in Cotton and Woole Sand Are now Bec Eiting Ilin edit be stocks Ucli we of flyer at great Bat ins. Orders solicited who i will he care Nilly and promptly the

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