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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The wicked just the charges against judges Barnard and Cardoza. An abstract of the report of the judiciary committee. An unparalleled system of judicial corruption revealed. The secret of the Money won and Money lost on Quot Black . . 296. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning april 11, 1872. Price five cents. Wanted. girl to do gen-11- housework in a Small family. Ages i it or week. Apply at m Al Wayne it. Quot House and democrats prominent in Ltd Neil Orrall Wor Honic for Prenia Enlil re did ate i. Judge Barnard As a Railroad manager and a land Speculator. A couple of judges who braved the Devil and sold their souls for Cash. The a poet. New Yoke april 10.�?at a wee two of the bar association last evening a report was presented concerning the chaises a against judges Barnard and Cardoza. The report set out with a review of the current rumours which prevailed a or Dong the corruption in the judiciary committee which led the association to Institute charges against judges Barnard Cardoza and oui ers. The testimony taken will fill 2,000 Octavo pages and is to be printed. Hie report was prepared hastily of course within its limit and could not give Many of the specific acts proved by the evidence adduced but enough was elicited showing that a state of things existed in the courts which could not be endured and which imperatively demanded these Oval. Of the judges. It is certainly Hau that unless a judge receives a pecuniary bribe to effect his judicial actions he is not corrupt but the report asserts that any judge who violates the Law of right toward a suitor knowingly or wilfully is corrupt no matter what the consideration May be. The investigation compelled the finding of judicial corruption and in spite of the rules of restrictions with which the investigation was conducted their Case had gone further than they expected. Applause they did not Hope to be Ibe to establish pecuniary corruption but they had traced Home presents received from successful litigation and political favourites had their Way to establish their Case and the Power to Issue injun. Tons appoint referee receivers make allowances &c., has Embi Chad favo Hites regardless of the Dunnage done to other a Pardey. As an Illo aeration of the administration of Justice by Barnard and Cardoza the following cases Are Given a plaintiff with judgment unsatisfied Askea for an injunction restraining the debtor from paying the debt to the defendant and an order compelling him to the amount to the plaintiff. This was denied but an order was made comi Landing the debtor to the Money Over forthwith to the friends of the judges or pain of imprisonment. Two criminal offences were committed in one order by Barnard. Anther w.1s that q the Lamous one of James Fisk jr., agent of the Union Pacific Railroad and credit Mobilizer which caused the Joss of $5,000,000,000 to the a Many. Judge Barnard made his boasts in the bar rooms of this City inthe famous Black Friday ease. This was a matter wherein Barnard compelled the Bank of new York then insolvent to All its assets Zamonta Yingto s400,000, to the brokers Fisk Gould amp co., and a i Jolo to the receiver of his own appointment Leavi the other creditors without a cent be a fiction set up for this action w that the plaintiffs the Bank off ion in consented to it but the Bank officers say that the consent was Erml Ltd to tip liquid that the Bank suffered two Hundred and three handed thousand dollars within forty Days. The raid of the English stockholders of the Erie against Fisk and Gould in which John h. Coleman was appointed receiver is another Case cited. Within one hour after this suit was discontinued Otoe Robinson of the Erie company s cattle Yards in Jersey City was appointed receiver in return for a loan of s35,000 which he gave judge Barnard in a Check on Jay Gould which Barnard gave to Coleman for Soile land speculation. Judge Barnard was also appointed manager for a Railroad 800 Mues Long running through three Western states and the result was a loss of $2,000,000, from which the Road never recovered. Another Case was that of the mercantile insurance company after the Chicago fire where it had lost heavily. One Brown bought ten shares of its Stock at 10 o clock one Day and by noon a receiver was appointed by Barnard but the company was not insolvent veral other cases were cited. Daring the special sessions jail delivery by Nardozza and Bernard there were certain Money Tran actions of a curious character Between Gaatz Nathan and judge Cardoza which looked at least suspicious. Moneys drawn from the Bank by Nathan were deposited in corresponding sums and at the dates by Cardoza. april 10.�?a chronicle Washington special says an important conference was held there yesterday Between the Liberal republicans and the leading democrats in and out of , to reach some understanding by which a co operation might be secured at the presidential election. The liberals insisted that it would be indispensable to nominate two Republican reformers at Cincinnati inasmuch As they could not put Forward a ticket on divided politics. The democrats urged that the Columbus ticket was composed of one Republican and one Democrat and that the Quot liberals Quot ought to accept it As a Compromise. The Quot liberals Quot would not yield their original position so finally the democrats signified their willingness to fake Quot Davis and Curtin and requested the Quot liberals Quot to advise their friends that this was the extremes Point the democrats would yield. The democrats said that with a ticket other than Davis and Curtin they would lose the vote of Pennsylvania new Jersey Illinois and Indiana. Among the prominent democrats who took part in the conference were Geo. H. Pendleton general Morgan Dan. Voorhees and sex Nator Doolittle. America s capital. The president recovering from his late illness. The House and Senate. The Indian appropriation Bill passes the Senate new Tore. The franking privilege. Monterey papers Ninion Noe the oni Ture of la Puebla by the Rev Lii ioni.=is. Gen. Cortina has gone to watch for the arrival of the Steamer Tobasso from Era Cruz. She is expected in about a month. Should she arrive within that time she will save Matamoras. The River revolutionists will attempt to prevent her Landing and have two pieces of artillery mounted for that purpose. Ien. C Oreila is moving to Hinaro whence he can threaten the rear of the revolutionists. Trevino s object is probably to capture Matamoras to o Tain supplies and alien retire. Furnaces. Amusements. Fancy notions. Amp a. The presi Uffit a indisposition. Washington april 10.�?the president has nearly recovered from Liis re cent Siek Nevis and was out to Day. Bonded Wane Hou . The committee of ways and agreed to let the bonded warehouses remain six months being Given to report but there Are to be no sales from them for Domestic consumption. . The president made the following nomination to the Senate to Day postmaster g. Waite. Sturgis Mich. Prom let republicans to at. Tend Ilie Cincinnati convention. Conbes Silitai. Great Britain. New York april 10.�?a London dispatch says Messegar four years old of French Breed won the great North ainu Shire Handicap yesterday at the Northampton races. London april 10.�?at the banquet Given last night by the russian minister count de Brunnow minister Shenck was present. Liverpool april 10.�?steamsliip Spain collided with steamship Ptolemy yesterday in tie Mersey and damaged the former. The claimant of the tic borne estate appeared in the criminal court to Day and pleaded not guilty to the indictment against him. A writ of certiorari was issued removing the Case to the Queen s Bench where the prisoner will be tried in june. In the mean time he will be recommitted to Newgate. The Board of health sued for the forced vaccination of a child. The Young Bettj Bucks. New York apr 10.�?the Itow says that on Friday last a Park ate meeting was held in this City of Young men of the Republican party who Are opposed to the re nomination of president Grant and that a Complete Central organization was formed and clubs in some fourteen or fifteen wards established. It is expected that thirty clubs will be thoroughly denied shortly. They do not express their preference for any one person As a candidate for the presidency. The Conjia mention. The world also says that Many of the leading republicans Here and among others Are Marshall a Roberts and a. T. Stewart Are reported to have expressed their intention of attending the Cincinnati convention. Conkli the pc Gutive. Henry r. Conklin the fugitive Secretary of the collapse Market savings Bank was indicted on tue a for Foi by in that he had used fictitious names for the purpose of abstracting the funds of the Bank. Other indictments Are to be found against him. There is an unfounded Rumor of the indictment of Van name president of the Bank an officer yesterday went to Washington to procure a demand for the extradition of Conklin from Canada and bring him Back from Montreal. Conklin s friends say that startling revelations of the fraud May be ext Ltd on the trial. A Peculiar Case. A Parent has sued the health department for $1,000 for the forced vaccination of his child charging first an assault upon the child and second the introduction of scr Fula into its system. The Fot Teth Aveve k. K. Track. At a meeting of the tax payers last evening numerous speeches were made censuring the project for sink the fourth Avenue Railroad track Only a few weeks since and strongly urging the necessity of tunnelling from Street to the Harlem River. Resolutions were passed condemnatory of the Bill now ending in the legislature for the sinking of the track and at the tax payers sex Ense. We Rehon a and elevators at Ihk Niit. St. Locis april 10.�?at a meeting of tha Board of Trade last night the feasibility of erecting Iron warehouses and elevators on the River front to Expedy e and cheapen the handling of freight wis fully discussed. A lengthy report on the subject giving much information regarding the Commerce of the City and Valley and the Cost of handling produce was presented by a committee and adopted and a committee appointed to take Steps to organize a company to build warehouses. The free from Lee miamis cd. Chicago april 10.�?the River and Lake Are free from ice. Of the 470 vessels in port 57 Are loaded or chartered and of the 54 tugs 10 Are in commission lumber cargoes have arrived from Manistee pent water and Maniwac. It is expected that the Straits of Mackinac will open about May 10th. The Board of Public works has ordered the dismissal of Deputy superintendent Wells Sherman for Lack of Energy and want of judgment. Tiie West Virginia consult National conventi an. _ Cin Cinis Ati april 10.�?the constitutional convention at Charleston w. Va., adjourned yesterday. The Constitution passed a final Reading by a vote of sixty one to three. The proposition which gives negroes the right to hold office occasioned such an animated discussion that it is to be submitted to the pople to be voted on As a Serrate proposition when the Constitution if fire. Mirent at Oil cd tar p�., a tie Ross estimated at 940,000. Pitts Cugh april 10.�?a fearful fire began at Oil City at 10 30 this morning at Fisher s Oil Yard at tie Lake Shore depot. At 11 1.5 a 15,000 barrel tank was reported burning. The gait House school House and several other Large buildings were burned. The fire was still spreading at last accounts. The fire department of Titusville arrived at Oil City at 12o clock. Oil City pa., april 10.�?a fire broke out in the gait House on the West Side of this City about 10 30 a. And destroyed the gait House Penn House Fisher s Large tank the Model refining gom Pany s tank and a Large school House. Loss about $25,000. The fire engines were burned and others were sent from Titusville and Franklin. The whole City was in danger at one time As a High wind was prevailing. Oil City april 10.�?a $40,000 fire occurred Heie this Forenoon on the West Side of Oil Creek. The gait House the Large Public school House the Penn House and a Large Iron tank belonging to the Model refining company containing two Hundred barrels of crude Oil were destroyed. The fire is under full control and at 1 Was subdued. Rusht Nanc Al it Iacy a the fresh it. Ciscil water april 10.�?at Frankfort ky., on monday during the storm the lightning Strucic the House of a Man named Martin Silling his child and seriously injuring his wife. Much damage waa done in that Vicinity by the great Rise in streams washing away new Mills and Bridges. A a a a the Freabe at Cincinnati. A Ciuc Ignati March 10.�?the loss of Coal and barges on the River Here from the moorings is estimated at from one Hundred and fifty thousand to two Hundred thousand dollars after deducting the barges picked up by the boats sent in Pursuit. The snort line and Little Miama Railroad commence running trains to night. No extraordinary freshet is expected at this time in Ohio. House of representatives. The . Washington March 10, or. Hill from the Post office committee reported a Bill abolishing the franking privilege from and after the 1st of july 1873, and proceeded to address the Bouse in advocacy of it. Or. Carroll opposed the Bill arguing that the abolition of the franking privilege was anti Republican in its tendency and effect and would bring about the ruin of the Republican party. He moved an amendment excepting petitions to Congress and Public documents. Or. Potter regarded the Bill As a Buncombe measure and suggested if it were to pass it should be amended so As to require the departments and the clerk of the House and Secretary of the Senate to be furnished with stamping machines for Public mail matter. He offered that As an amendment. Or. Butler of , opposed the Bill. Or. Sargent moved that the Bill and amendments be recommitted. Or. Holm and with Power to report at any time. Or. Sargent i do not consent to that. Or Holman i for the yeas and nays on the motion to recommit i that kills the Bill. Or. Sargent the Bill is in such a position now that the House can t pass it till it is . The yeas and nays were not ordered Only thirteen members rising to order them and an Effort to have the tellers offered on the yeas and nays was a failure at which there was much laughter in the House. The Bill was then recommitted. The Ohio contested election . Or. Mccreary from the committee on elections made an Adverse report on the petition of certain voters to take testimony on the Ohio contested election Case of Schenck against Campbell Laid on tie table. The House then went into the committee of the whole on the Senate amendments to the legislative executive and judicial apr it privation Bill. There was a Long discussion on the question of appropriating $50,000 for the expenses of the civil service Reform system. Senate. The Senate .9 right. Or Sherman moved to re Ert othe committee on privileges and elections the Bouse Bill returning the Senate Tariff Bill. He said that the Power of the Senate to Amend Revenue Bills in any Way had been dissipated now for first time in the history of our government. The committee on finance had considered the subject and had agreed unanimously that the Senate had the same right to Amend the Revenue Bill As to Amend any other Bill but As the rights and privileges of the Senate were involved they thought it Best to Send the matter to the committee on privileges and elections. It was so referred. French claims. Or. Sumner presented a Resolution of the Massachusetts legislature in regard to the French spoliation claims which was ordered printed a Relief Bill or Howe from the committee on Public lands reported a Bill for the Relief of the Homestead settlers in Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan who suffered by. The fires of last autumn. Passed. Telegraph matters. Or. Frelinghuyse i by request introduced a Bill giving the american and East India Telegraph company the right to have and Mai amp Tain the lines of Telegraph cables Between the american and Asiatic coasts. Indian appropriation Bill. Or. Cameron proposed to Call no the Bill to provide for the payment of the French spoliation claims but after some discussion of the order of business he gave Way and the Senate resumed the consideration of the Indian appropriation Bill. The pending question was on or Hitchcock s amendment prescribing the manner in which the claims for Indian depredations be settled which was adopted. Other amendments were adopted and the Bill was then passed. Or. Bayard on behalf of himself and or. Fenton As the minority of the committee on finance submitted their a views in favor of granting the petition of certain importers in new York and Boston for refunding of duties paid on russian hemp. The Senate adjourned. Canada. , ont., a ii 10.�?navigation is open Here and steamers Are making their regular trips. It is reported however that there is considerable ice in Lake st. Clair. Toronto ont., april 10.�?a Schooner arrived yesterday and a Steamer will commence running to Niagara on monday. The Bay is nearly Clear of ice. Kingston ont., april 10.�?the ice is firm but heavy Rains melting it rapidly. Hot air Furnace we a a the at onion of Archit lots Anil build ers and nil parties in want o Heater to our Furnace Kate tej inti. Having established ourselves in this City manufacturing the same we Are now prepared to fill orders and to put up in churches ?, stores Resi dec of Etc., Thi Superior Furnace which is the most economical in fuel and costs less than any Othet Furnace in the Market. The y have been in for Tvan years and have a a Ives i Olerick s opera House. I it il.4�. N. .ikfff.nsox. Man scr. Friday eve., april 19, inf. Unit Only. Joseph Jefferson will. Al l Kak a. Entire satisfaction Bip Van Winkle in every ease. We have nun Erous letters from parties in Ohio Cert yid to the super Ortity of our Furnace. The following i it arties i Ivre using them in this City where they can be 1seen m. Biddle. Markley amp Schrader a mls a a a a a a a in a n first oian Keil amp Bro.,Frank pc thanhouser the Congre i Omi Tanj. National and second presbyterian churches. Vve have with us ,4w. Maples an old citizen who has had yers of experience in putting up furnaces stores a Stew Spring Stock. James m. Kane amp boo. Wholesale amp ret iii dealers to. 19 cai.holtx-.9t. Have fur the last to dirty Days l Een receiving new goals and Are now Able to show Ilie i ingest stocks of wanted 200 agents for the stau 15aker. Apply at Tonce at Carter s hot air Furnace depot. 26 Colu Tibia Street. Anteo a girl to do gen of eral House work in a Small family. Wages $2 50 per week to one who can come Well recommended. Enquire 96 Cutler Street Corner Hoagland -4vci.ue. Be e also Sci la Pittsburgh Spain. Madrid april 10.�?advices from cat Alania state the Lade of Galacia have been arrested by a band of Carlist but was quickly released. The troops Are still pursuing the Carlist in the state of Georg Ina and have captured four . Dispatches from the province of old Castile state that a band of priests and Carlist have attacked the municipality of Agreda and gaining Entrance seized and carried off All the electoral documents. Disorders Are reported in a very Large number of towns in consequence of the declaration of the result of the votes at the recent election. Disturbances in Galicia Are principally against the authority of the governor of the province of Orenz. A nem Cratie Victory it Vernc it ily. New York april 10�?the democrats elected their mayor at the Jersey City charter election yesterday by eight Hundred majority. The Board of aldermen Are a tidally divided obit Anrys Natl Eaton at Uetro ii. Detroit april 10. J. Stanley tie Well known artist died to Day. The ice has gone out of the Saginaw River. Reports indicate the speedy Tjien ing of navigation to that Region. Gift Enterprise. Missouri sme lottery. Legalized by state authority and drawn in Public in st. Louis. Orund single if Amber scheme. 50,000 numbers. �,1mw a. To be drawn april 30, 1s73. 5,880 prizes amounting to $300,000. 1 prize of.830,090 i Price of.13,450 1 prize of.10,000 1 prize of.7,500 4 prizes of.6,0il0 4pri�esof.2,500 20 prizes 20 prizes of.�00 40 prizes of.510 �00 prizes 10 9 prizes of. 9 prizes of. 9 prizes of. 9 prizes of. 3t� prizes of. 36 of. 180 prizes of. 5,000 prizes of. Tickets $10. Half tickets $5. Quarters $2.00. A As Quot our lotteries Are chartered by the state Are always drawn at the time and All drawings Are under Tho supervision of sworn pm missioner a the official dra Ioir will be published in the st. Louis papers and a copy sent to chasers of tickets.  3 ave will draw a similar scheme the last Day of every month during the year 1872. Remit at our risk by Pon office Money orders. Registered letter draft or express. Send for a circular. Address Murray Miller amp co., Post office Box 2446. , to. Good article for this Market. A Jav neral a sort nent of tinware wholesale and a Tuil. Job work roofing spout ing Etc. Cot Tinglum amp co. Call at no. 67 East Mai ii st. For goods or further iii formation Ete. Woolen Mills. Summit City Noil on. Toys fancy . Child Robin Carris ivies Bird of a Milink . Work Stan Tia travelling . Fort Wayne trunk manufactory. H lingenelser&bro., manufacture Good trunks non to s . A Fine travelling trunk for Genll Cilien or ladies a first Quality Zinc trunks for heavy articles 8g.oo to Ltd Cas to. Durable Palace trunks of nil its from 67.00 to . A no. T Eug Mie trunk for , from 91g.oo to .v.i-00 Crystal Palace trunk for ladies wardrobes especially from a i to the English merchant trunks double extra inn buttons warranted i for foreign , Ikon to . Woolen Milu established 1838. Or yarn arc used in ill the adjoining states and the Best of satisfaction. Oar Are in Good a vie and taste. Our flannels amp blankets nil Wool an. Warranted. Our cabinets jeans and tweeds cannot be excelled let All Call who desire to save Money and get goo Cash paid for Wool. No Cotton or shoddy mixture. Wool taken from Tho grower and exchanged goods at manufacturers prices saving Large profit to the consumer. Of Resico ii Akka a co. Fort Wayne id. Rocking horses toy or s and Wagonis. Jewelry. Pocket books. Pocket knives and fancy China Coda. Ever altered in this state. Too it is a direct from the manufacturers and importers five Hundred baby carries prices from $3,go a Waran at prices. Jas. Kane amp Bro. Jesro. 19 a Lhote or st. For Saul. Fob 2ot pounds Small Pica partially worn cheap at the Gazette Job rooms. To Orsalen a Stoey and a half Al Frame , with stable it to. In Noire at Gazette office. For Sale cheap. A a tile machine in and running Orde address j. W. Smith pc son fort Wayne and. For Hundred old papers at the Gaza its office. Just thl thing for putting under . For Sale a paper delivery boxes of All descriptions at the Giarette counting room. To or Sale House Vith i of lot on Hulmon Street next to third presbyterian Church. For articular in Guire of a. S. Robertson. For Complete soda Founti in in splendid running order Lor Sale cheap. Inquire of h. . Opposite court House. Mill met oooo. Railroads. double Tragni Baltim ramp Ohio r. R. The great Short line from Cincinnati or Columbus Vej st Savins s7 to 110 Miles. Andrri Vinosk in a Vance at sew York. Savin�.19 Miles and arriving 6 4 hours in adv Nee at uai.ti9iori. Saving 77 Miles and arriving hours in Advance at w.48uingtox. Reaching phil.adel.p1iia one train the quickest. New publications or. Lower a Mason s song gardens Hare an immense Sale. Each Book Complete in itself but one naturally succeeds the other in a school course. The books Are perfect mines of valuable materials for music teachers. To big sons Carden song Ganu i int both. Is f a the Little ones. Here Are simple Elt ments ��s7exercise�, about 250 tunes Many of them the very sweetest Floi trs of Melody. Price 50 . The so Bon Garden. Song Guihn m Vouk Lowell Mason s celebrated elements. 250 exercises and bound in the Quot practical course Quot 175 songs. 70 Price 80 . The 3d song Ciar Deu. Song Gard cd Jook resume of the elements. Musical catechism. Vocal culture with plate. 85 exercises and solve Agios. 200 2, 3 and 4 part songs and Glees. Price 81. The above books sent Post paid on acc Cit of retail Price. Oliver Ditson amp co., Boston. C. H. Ditson i-co., new York. A on amp Healy Chicago. Foreign. President Thiers abolishes the passport system in France. Sole leather trunks with stitched edges h Koh to of. Extra double riveted edges fr4�m to �136. The sole leather trunk never wears out by fair Means or foul. Satchels of All kinds for ladies and gentlemen from so cedi to to 815.00. Star Baker All Sample cases and trunks attention Faff Ilies made to order and of to ire a. The great Iron railway Bridges Over the Ohio River at Parkersburg and Bellaire Are completed. Morning and night lines of Pullman s Palace dring room and sleeping cars Are run on this route from Cincinnati or Columbus to Baltimore and amp in ton City. Without Chang i. By this route you avoid All omnibus transfers and ferries. Tickets for Sale at All ticket offices in the South and West. I., n. It , j. 1. , gen l t ticket agent master trans. Baltimore. . Brittimore my. Sidney h. Jones gen l pass. Agent Cincinnati. We solicit Owlen from abroad. Every truth dealer act a Ltd or air Cut. Just the thing wanted. A Tot to be a. Mr8. R Neuberger at new no. 14 Colombia st. The largest most elegant and latest Stock of the very finest millinery ii icy goods rare imported embroideries laces and trimmings. To the to de. Our wholesale rooms Are now filled with the heaviest Stock of freshly imported and Domestic Good. Orders from country merchants and milliners will receive the strictest attention. Remember new no. 14, Columbia Street merchants of rvs a a sons re o it in in a. C it e it s. Thol Saui Dell kits to lard smoked and Salt provisions. Kokomo Indiana. Mcguckin amp Clark. General produce commission merchants 13 water Street. York eggs a specs amt. Re for ekes st. Nicholas National Bank new York Burnett. Mclnnis co. New York k. P Brown Grinnell Iowa to d 4 knof.chicag�, 111. Wilkinson a Bro., Knightstown. Ind Detroit Market report from s. And a. Botsford. Commission merchants and dealers in flour Grain seeds. Dressed hogs in. Liberal Cash advances on consignments. New York Exchange remitted at . Refer to City Banks. Every family should have the celebr.\te1 municipal election a at Albany. Amakyi n. Y., april 10.�?the result of the election for was in doubt at Midnight for want of returns from the fourth Ward which it is thought will reelect Thacher Democrat without those returns Judson is elected. Bowen is two or three Hundred ahead. Albany n. Y., april 10.�?election of Thacker Democrat for mayor is still in doubt in the fourth Ward. The lights were put out the ballots seized and the roughs were very disorders or. The final count of votes before the Lita were pot oat would have Defeated Thacker. The second count made a difference in his favor of 300. The Republican inspector was compelled under threats to sign the re Tomb which he did under project. Inc Senrt bin a be in Sacramento. Sat Francisco april 9.�?letters from the Pine say that the whole of Oweis Valley has been moved Southeast fourteen feet. Over seven thousand shocks have occurred to Date and still continue Bat not of sufficient Force to do much Ham. Shot by a Burf Flar. A Ochester n. Y., april 10.�?about 12 o clock last night a burglar entered the Readence of w. E. Cogswell a prominent lawyer. Cogswell heard him and got up to drive him from the premises and when in a front Hall at the foot of the main stairs the burglar turned and shot Cogswell. The Bau entered the right leg below the knee perforating both Bones. The burglar escaped. The affair caused intent excitement. Travel it 9ieni�tal. Memphis april 10�?trains Are again running on All roads leading to this City. The management of the Atlantic Mississippi amp Ohio Railroad company have withdrawn from the Southern express company the priv Ege of running on their line Between Bristol and Lynchburg. Male or the Trinity Colleira ground a at Hartford. Hartford ct., april 10.�?the deeds for the Sale of the Trinity College grounds to the City for �600,000 have been made ont. The College also is to give Bonds to commence new buildings within the City limit within five Vears. Movement of the Errol Alfou its in sex co. Another state for Crant. , mas.s., March 10.�?the publican state convention for Choice delegates to the Philadelphia convention Jnet in this City to Day. The proceedings were very harmonious. The resolutions Are Brief and advocate the re election of president Grant. They also recommend Henry Wilson for vice president. France. London april 10.�?a Paris dispatch to the times says Thiers has abolished the passport system. Henceforth travellers will be registered at the frontiers and no tax will he levied therefor nor will they be subject to the scrutiny of the civil officers while in the country. Pakis april 10.�?gbmbetta in continuation of his tour throughout France delivered an address to the citizens of Angiers in the department of Markeet Loire last evening in the advocacy of a Republic. In the course of his remarks Gambetta asserted that the whole country was practically a unit for the defeat of the supporters of monarchy. In support of this statement he cited the results of the municipal and department elections. Gambetta continued by a spirited assault on the members of the party of the right in the Assembly who he said Are utterly distrusted by the people of France and concluded by vigorously urging on 7 Hiers the definite establishment of amp Republic. Tie authorities of the French departments on the Spanish Border have been instructed by the government of Versailles to arrest All Spanish refugees and Send them to the Basque provinces for detention. They have also been ordered to Stop All packages going into Spain containing cartridges or powder. Sprung clothing. Elegant Spring suits remember us and Call. You an select from thousands already in our Saleroom. Quot Xiros Star Baker insurance company in c opened without burning . Viima Ivran i i a. Tor the examination of meat.-, or whatever else is cooking. This a scr we. Br1c a a co or Krai. Commission merchants no. 23 South water st. Phila. Flour Grain seed. \yhiskie3and provision pm ii. J. Hayes ro., produce commission mercy wants and Sale of flour Grain seeds Wool ashes provisions butter eggs dried fruits Beans poultry dressed hours in their season a. Dkalkr3 is Salt fish pork. Beef. Water Lime. Land plaster Etc. Office and warehouse. 82 Wal or so Toiuo. O. Zimra oils. Fow Wayne. Light Honse having pure teased the Rig lit or the Rose burnin8 fluid or James Embry. Lite Chand Euers lands bit Beers amp a. I Bave Reni Ovid to my old place of no. 170 Calomi st. Opp. C of Bedrail. Stylish sprin6 overcoats. At i Joseph Glare s. Elegant new rooms. Corner East Berry Anil . Assets Jim Njg 30, 1871. 1,501,822 51 j. B. Bennet pres t. J. H. Beattie Sec y. B. D. Wett asst. Sec y 2 ,128 agencies have been established and Are now prepared for ser a ice. A Large anvers valuable business is already Sec Redd 92tto, 87� 9� have been promptly disbursed for losses. No suit has yet been brought again3t the company. Business has been larger expenses lighter and results More encouraging than represented to subscribers upon on a animation. The unvarnished truth has been our Polar Star consequently All pledges have been abundantly fulfilled. An ample re insurance fund and All put standing claims have been amply provided tor and a Liberal dividend declared. It is a noteworthy fact per Contra but Cor acct la indicating the Fine volume of business by our command that fully six Hundred thousand dollars �b00,-000, in premiums have been refused. No less than twelve insurance companies closing an unproductive business have re insurance which at the terms offered was respectfully declined. The of this gravitation will in a few years become better understood when Tho Patent study Complete system order capital and character which insurance needs to command legitimate equivalents is properly accepted without null Mnew upon let my Linbi Oblin Kii accepted rates fixed with regard to the Law of average and fair compensation for the Tai Ard assumed. Business conducted in a lib Eta spirit. Live Superior Hijji siness excels All others and before Pur Hascil can be tried Anil if found wanting in any particular will be Giess jew a More than one Hundred Are now in use in this City and Good references can be Given As to its , none having failed to give Good Simiti station. Come and examine it at Carters 2. Columbia Street fourth door West of the american House. Crabbs Goode a co., successors to j. D. Cook pc co. Commission merchants for the Purchase Sale or shipment of or amp to feed seeds and produce. No 1. Board of . . The Emerson method for by in. O. Kneile a of big a Toh. And . Ii. Natthews of i ill a so. Part i. E , is crisps . Part ii. Chords and Technics. Part iii. How to the stops. Choice collections of music instrumental and vocal. Part in. Volunta Ries and interludes. _ Tho l oin Tilers have a Hii a reputation Anil excellent judgment and the Book will at once take in place in the first rank Price s2.r-0. Meat Market. The Palace meat Market of fort Wayne. Mexico. New York april 10.�?a so Vecial dispatch from Matamoras says that it is reported from Saltillo that gen. Roche is moving in that direction wit i 9,000 men. Iso genteel gentleman can afford to have Bis clothes made at any other Placo in fori Wayne. U7ve the Andes a fair Trail and realize its Charm no new cantata for ladies. Classes Perior a Stiness facilities. A the culprit a. Ensign i1.00 s. T. Amp h. T. Hannal the new comic songster. Now throw off your Winter cares and Greet i the Spring with a Hearty a a and with some of the Hundred songs in this collection not always sensible but great aids to Light i hearted Ness. Tho funny songs after All sell be to. Price 60 cents. Physicians. Or. S Curtice. Office at leaguer 8 drug store at All a Loirs. Its Idena e rel52 we Washington st. Twi f. Eckart amp co. Sausage makers wholesale and retail dealers in beef pork sausage and All kinds of meat Oigt ii All hours. Day and Kig tat. Calhoun Street opposite court House i will also keep the rest i Oil a head li8ht Oil in the Market. A Large assortment of Brach Etc chandeliers i amp bymers �ire., Al Wayn on hand. . Jocquel fort Wayne ind. Carpets. Mcdongal a Fob Sale House and lot in East end at bargain and on reasonable terms inquire it a. 8. Raos amp co. Of Quot r Sale one dozen no. 2 Imi proved Argand bymers for col Oil lamps ased Only one night and will be sold for two thirds of the original Price. Inquire at Gazette Job Choice Resi 1? Dence lot on East Lewis st. $200 Ezeh. Fifty dollars Down and balance in one and two Yean with interest. Enquire of Esquire Dubois Eor. Main and Cai Hoan its. F r Sale a Fine suburban Rea Denee with All nece.�8ary out houses and eight acres of land. The grounds Are handsomely Laid out planted Vith Choice fruit t yes. Grapevines Bery a Green room. A. Only fifteen min Tea walk from the court House. Terms resonable. Apply Tomky a Bros. Aco. Wholesale of rapists. _ found of blk con Taining a Small Sam of Money. The loser can obtain the property by Call at John riders 176 Qrifflth-it., and paying for this notice. For Reut Fob House one mile from the court Honse. A the Garden room wanted and plenty of fit. Tasso per month. Enquire at 35 b. Col Nohia st. Fob Bent. A a three Stoby Brick build Nir. Centrally located on Calhoun-st., near the court House can be leased for a number of years on favourable terms. An excellent site for a manufactory. Apply at race at the gang office. Auburn Carlut. A to Tobey a at Torney at Law and notary Public. Office of main-st., Over Davis a hardware store. Collections prompt or atom Ulm Auu Juuso building material. Also buys and Sells Exchange on new York. Oppo Ait the court Honse. Bush re carbs. Patent Aget Ircy n. F. Wiix802i�z, Comer of Calhoun and main its. Fort Wajts. Lady my Baham a Gotshall a Tob Otney Shatlaw real Esulto and insurance agent and agent for Quot Blanehard s collect ing fort Wayne. Ind. V. B. To Shalt juju a of the a mme. Notary Public. He. B08sler, not Sty pubic a Beal a Tate and Oen Enil Ladorance agent. Office. No. 4, Over Hamilton s Bank fort Wayne. Indians. Will git prompt at Tantia to by big and Aeling real eatau. Pay Rin Umess Hoiss. J8c5effeb amp co. No. 7 East main a Street opposite the court Houat Gener Al auction and commission merchants. And Dugan Case a co., Chicago. N 14 chamber of Commerce. Cash advanced on consignment to our correspond entail n Mew York basal and Oswego. Pro pert bought and sold in Margina. Orders solicits for the Purchase of flour Grain of All kinds and provisions. J. S. Cask c. H. Noyes. Chicago. Jas. P. Dugan Delphi. Ind. . To it a. L n. Thacker office cok Avner of Calhoun Ari Berry its. Kesi one. Aveline House Fet Wayne. T. J. Dills office with or. Woodwo the Over Wagner s drug store. Or. Woodworth s office hours from 11 to 12k a. M., and from 2 to 4 Sci Tieb. Ka80hic. Wayne Lodge. No. 25, f. Amp a. In. Meets every tuesday evening at masonic Hau. Stated on orb fora the Tau of the Moon. E. Kerce. W. . Freeman s. W. J. R. Wheeler j. W. J. W. Wilson. Treas Phil e. Grand. Sec y. Summit City Lodge ,170, f. A a. M., meets every Friday Roening at masonic Hall Northwest Corner of Calhoun and Berr Sta. Regular on the first Friday evening of each month. W. A Quot Babcock. W. . L. Thomaa. S. W. We. W. Jarael Lee. To aurer v. W. Itary. A _ sol. D. Bayless Lodge no. 359 f. A a. A. Meets at Mayonie Hall Ever. Monday regular second monday of each month. J. I. White . Geo 6.cfa�e,s. A c. L. Smith. J. A d. C. Fisher. Treas c. D. Crane a Grove. 8. D. j. A Robert w. Murphy my w. H. Davi stewards a. Waring. J. I it. Bond and n. S Smith trustees. _ novelties for Spring trades everything Belo gins to a carpet and House furnishin6 store. Judges know where to look. Those who do not know where to find such articles after having exhausted fort Wayne will be sure to find just the thing at Mcdougal amp co s carpet Stobe 75 a Olimbi strut. Home Lodge no. »42, f. Amp a. A meets at their Hall third Story of 0. Building court-at., every tuesday evening. Stated on the first Tum Day evening of each month Daniel bin . Jamesb. Graham s. W. B. 8. Robertson j. A Samuel than Homer. Treat. Jno. Lal lie. Or. Sec y. B. S. . H. Brooks and John b. Morgan. foot Wayne chapter no. 19 k. A. A. Meets at masonic Hall every wednesday evening. Stated convocation Firat wednesday in each month. A h. Hamilton. E. H. P. Geo. D. Crane. Sec a Etta one Council no. 4, b. Amp s. W a. Meeta a stated communication second wednesday of each month. At 7 o clock S. H. Of coif t. I. G. Ferd f. Bolu. Sec . _ Harmony Lodge no. I9, meets every thursday evening. We. Kmen n a w. P. Berry v. G. J. Albretcht. R. S. Ihil. R. Grund. P. S. Gordon Green. Treas. _ Niobe Wayne Lodge no. 14 a meet every monday night. A. J. Holds ter. N. G. J. Graf. V. G. E. Zarbaugh r. A . Mckean. P. S. P. J. Wise. Encampment no. 14, meets the first and third fridas of each nth. . C pm Turner. H. Be. Sidel. . . Harrison j. We Henderson. S. P. J. Wise t. O. 17. A. Deca Tuit Council no. 4, meets every thursday evening at their Hall Comer Berry and Warnson Sta. Ink Lin Fry. A j. H. Fry. V. C. C. E Dave is. C. Reolman. Fin. Sec a c. B. Laww treas. Porter Chamberlain i. Atom a . Furniture a. John Kapp amp i Mani i ii tuners and wholesale in a Ril kinds of upholstered furniture. Mattresses bedding amp a. Its f r Cook s Patent Spring bed Bottoms the Best bed Bottom in the world. Office and water Horas. No 51 East main st factory Kos. 29, 31 and 33 East main st. A fort Wayne ind. To the matter of the estate 1. Of John Perkins deceased notice is hereby Given that the undersigned has been appointed executor of the last will of Joh Perkins late of Llen county deceased. The estate is probably Perkins. Fort Wayne 30. W72. 4 4 w3w splendid song. Vignette title. , still dream inti. Thomas.0 the above books and song int , on receipt of retail prices. Oliver Ditson a co., Boston. A a. Ditson a co. New York. Lyon to ii Alv Chicago Moulinos. 6. Bri curb dealer in and manufacturer of m. O Ejli it i tvs a window frames Sash doors and bunds custom work promptly executed. Shop North Quot Side canal West of has work fort Wayne. Int Offick of of in so a Graso rapid 4 is Dusa rail Rojy Grifa by p., apr 4, 1=�. In the mortgage of july 1. Grand rapids and . Invite proposals for the ��1� a a the or the sinking Quot fond of Emit the Quot a a or any less amount of a of said company Secu by said a a �f/., a proposals to be addressed As above until s , ofaprin5.18t. A a j. Edna Rishoi a. Trustees. Bal Kim Miraci . _ dissolution of Mutual consent the firm heretofore uni in As Lueeler pc co. Is this Day . The business will for the present to carried on by s. J. Beeler at Tho old stand i i. Flinn Ijo. Calhonn st. Owns Ali he will also attend to the settlement of All the poster boards of the City and will attend Scallia Gitt Bill Foster. Accounts i Onnor ted with the firm. S. J. Beeler. L. Bluer. At office or Sand to his address. P. O. Box a. A and after the first v / of May next the banking hours Otow Banks will be Ilromi a. A Isle Hartman cashier first National Bank. Cash it. Wayne National Bank John 3. Irwin. A a a Cash. Mer Haats Nat. Bank. , it. Wayne ind. Panl 3, lira
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