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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The foot Wayne daily Gazette thursday morning. Apko a 11,1872. % Gail a nitwit i editors i publish a the Rilday. April 11. 1872. State Republican ticket. Foe a Ove exor gen. Tom by wite. Ofrand a county. Koe Lieut Sast gov Esob As Sexton of Rush county. Iii the names of Quot or. Amp mrs. John d. Defrees Quot on the Back of which she put the following insulting quotation from the proverbs of Soloi Uon Quot Confidence in an unfaithful Man in time of trouble is like a broken tooth or a foot out of hence it is that or. Dei iii s i of the of Pinion that some other Man would make just As Good a vice president As or. Colfax. Ami we suppose that or. Colfax on the other hand Don t care two cents what or. De fees does think. At ill events or. De frees proposes to attend the Cincinnati convention and we say. Jet lira attend. He also predicts that if president Grant is re nominated he will be Defeated. But then perhaps or. Defrees Don t know. For Skye Start of state . Cubby. Of Vigo county. Kor auditor of state. J. A. Wildman of Howard conty. Fob tbkas�z7beb of stats johnb. Gloves of Lawrence county. For of the , col. James Black4 of Marion county. Foe of the so prime co Rbt cables Scholl of Clark county. For of . B. W. Smith. county. For attorney Gas bal. James c. Denny. Of Knox county. Fob Cox Bessmay at Large Hon. Godlove s. Both. Of Tippecanoe county. Fob besi Dextral electors first . B. Kumler of Vanderburg. Contingent Frank m. Posy of Fyke. Second District Cyrus t. Nixon of Lloyd. Throop of Orange. Tki Riz r. Cravens of Jefferson fourth r. Goodwin Oij it rank Lin. So Fri diitrict.-. W. Grubbs. Of Morgan. District. James Johnson. Seen to i i Harper of Warren. A i Goth . Cowgill. Of Wabash. . T. Bryer. Of Ca s . S. Quot Svinth a a of Allen. Tenth . I. Euis. Of Elkhart. Elk vent 2>t�fricf.sidney Keith of Fulton. Bender of at Large. Gen. Nathan . John she warts. Uon. J. S. Buckles Hon. W. A. Woops. How Kasas is by the sex ate those two lofty patriots from Kansas Trio Are undertaking to represent that state in the Senate namely and Caldwell seem to have Loet that High spirited sense of Honor which pervaded their virtuous bosoms Only a few weeks since. When the papers All Over the country were publishing the report of a special committee of the Kansas legislature to the effect that senators Pomeroy and Caldab had actually Purcha their seats in the Senate the latter paying to the tune of 60,000 for the privilege of helping Forward thereat cause of Liberty and sound legislation these two men had a serious attack of virtue. They Rose in the Senate and after the usual amount of Quot hurling into the Teeth Quot of their to cubes and treating them with the usual amount of ineffable contempt demanded a special committee of investigation into their conduct. It is not improbable that they were All the More anxious to have this committee immediately because they knew that for some parliamentary or other Refl son they could not get it immediately. If we remember aright it senator Conkling who jumped up and said it was Only a report published in the Newi papers and the newspapers were not Orth noticing. There was the official report of the Kansas legislature through its special committee publish in full giving the conical vision of the committee that i Atli of the senators were guilty of the most so Tieful bribery and corruption. But Quot the newspapers were not Worth noticing Quot said or. Boscoe a new Quot that a in Quot feb med in the. Mil. Waukee statesman whilst Quot from his Eye fire that s so Quot re echoed the defiant voices of the virtuous senators from Kansas and so the newspapers were not noticed. And yet let any respectable newspaper offer a Little severe but just and Manly criticism upon the general or particular course of one of these senators forthwith he will have the offensive article sent up to the Jerk e desk to be read and then he will proceed to tear the poor editor in pieces for presuming to Tell the people that the Noble senator is not infallible. The Kansas committee reported that these senators paid one of the Kansas papers several thousand dollars to secure its influence in their behalf. But they were after office then and the newspapers could he them gain their object. To sooner had they climbed into office than they turn about and abuse the ladder on which they climbed to Poirer. Quot when the newspapers were on their Side what Power they were their influence was estimated by thousands of dollars. But no sooner do they publish the off a Cial report of the special committee of the Kansas legislature implicating the Kansas senators in the basest kind of bribery than the sneering cry is made Quot of it is just the newspapers and Thor Are not Worth noticing Quot but the official report of the Kansas committee duly signed and sealed has at length reached Washington. This is something which cannot be set aside with a cheap sneer and so the virtuous and patriotic Pomeroy rises and moves that the Kansas report be referred to the standing committee on elections. When the same report was published in the newspapers it was not Worth minding and then the chivalrous senator could Quot Lurl Back Quot the vile chaises and demand a special committee of investigation to vindicate his wounded Honor. But now when there is a Prospect of having a special committee the senator Don t want it. of submitting his Case to a direct investigation he prefers to Send it around by Way of Quot Robin Hood s Bam Quot or the committee on elections thereby getting a Little Start of Quot the Wrath to the committee on elections Are without doubt abundantly competent to attend to the matter when they get to it but it grieves us to see two such High minded men As the senators from Kansas so willing to lie under the damaging charges of corruption brought against them until the committee in elections at some late Day shall have a Chance to examine them. Meanwhile the newspapers which Are beneath the lofty contempt of senators will keep the people informed and Mould a Public sentiment which will prevent the re election of the Kansas senators. Whatever May be said of Horace Greeley s political course at present no one can accuse Hini of equivocation or any Quot beating around the in yesterday s Tribune he lets everybody know just where he stands and just where the Tribune stands. Here is the substance of or. Greeley s platform and programme for the Campaign first if there Are two Republican tickets in the Field against a democratic ticket he goes for the winning Republican ticket. Second if the main Issue is Protection is. Free Trade he goes for Protection no matter who the candidates Are. Third if there Are two Republican tickets and none other As he Hopes there will be he will support that one whose Success would most Licely secure purity in legislation and administration. Or. Greeley says Liat his position Quot will not be effected by the nomination of a. Or b., c. Or d. At Cincinnati Philadelphia or he also says the Tribune will not be an Organ and will print no i pain edition.?. To All of which we say or. Greeley might have gone farther and done worse. P us Idel Lii ii. The april Viiu Vilier i is a pleasant variety of in attic iii Ludivig poetic miscellaneous and scientific contributions. Among the More interesting articles arc Quot sketch pics in Kome Quot by mrs. B. Laing Quot four quiet sundays Quot a the first in tie Yosemite by tiie Kev. D. Jenkins Quot sketches of a country i a iii Quot by mrs. I Ilia Mcnair Avri Glit and wife in the Bici there Are several Zippro Prisic arli Clos for Quot our Young people Quot and tie usual Unis Collany in tie editorial . Tilt of Lif a journal devoted to health and published in Dansville x. Y., is a very respectable Magazine neatly printed Well edited and filled with an abundance of Good Reading. The scientific and medical articles Are evidently prepared with much care and Are intended quite As much for the instruction of children and As for older people. Quot a Little girl s Flower Garden Quot is prettily told and illustrated. The Chubby feet and pouting lips of the Little girl Are natural. Am riven Lomes is tilled with articles for the masses Well written pleasing and illustrated. The contents Are varied stories Jio etry wit fun and music being administered in healt Liy doses. Geo Alfred Townsend contributes the conclusion of Quot kidnapped Quot a Story of considerable Merit. This Magazine is published by Taylor amp co., of water Street Boston. A terrible up heaving. Table sauce. Dry goods. Still Parlie Zilai a of tie Icar Fli i make in Sacia Menlo. Leicestershire Nin. Table sauce a rape ii description of scenes and sensations. Ithe Best sauce and relish the first in the Field wit new Spring goods. Hoop skirt factory. The sprin6 season fairly opened the Indianapolis Journa so those who ought to be Well informed say passed into the hands of coi w. E. Holloway on tuesday he having purchased the remaining five sixths fr6m messes. Fishback and Hasselman. It is reported that or. Fth Back we hereafter be associated with his brother in the management of the st. Louis Democrat. The reported Price for which the journal sold varies from $175,-000 to $250,000, the former sum probably being nearer the Mark. Tjie journal is said to be a paper that pays Well and it has certainly been vigorous and influential under the editorial management of or. Fish Hack. It will now speak the sentiments of senator Morton Lite Bat a be. My. John d. Def bees feels very Ucli Hurt to think or Coziar did not Call to express sympathy Over or. Defrees defeat As Congre Stomal Printer some two years since. They had been warm friends be for and the Defeated Printer thought it no More than fair that the vice president should come in and weep with him Over his loss of the iat Little congressional Plum. What made it All the More aggravating was the fact that or Colfax had passed the House of or. D. Several times and had not stopped to weep with him once. Accordingly mrs. Defeee whose offended dignity was equal to the emerge a card Bear i co tii ims to flourish in its new Home in the North american Hevy of for january completes the two Hundred and dirty fourth number of this publication having been established More than fifty eight years and now numbering Over one Hundred and sixteen volumes. Throughout this Long career it has never failed to keep itself at the head of american periodical literature. The brightest names of our country have been Allied with its fortunes and every subject has been set Forth on its it has done More to fix the stand of authorship above mediocrity and to cause an american essay to be read abroad As Well As i get Home than any other we were about to say All other periodicals. But whatever the past numbers of tie North american review May have been the present number is not behind them in Point of ability or readable Ness. Its contents Are As follows Quot poor Law administration in new England Quot by f. A Sanborn Quot american criticism its difficulties and prospects Quot by Charles Astor bristled Quot oratory and journalism Quot by Dorsey Gardner Quot Thomas Watson the poet Quot by f. T. Palgrave Quot Harvard College. 1786-87,&Quot by Henry Adams one of the editors Quot the Butler canvass Quot and Quot critical no name a attached to either of the latter but the style Savours so very much of the senior editor James Kussell Lowell that we doubt not they Are both from his pen. The article on Quot oratory and journalism Quot a one of the most readable. It trac the a with of new Spades amp and a Hows their influence upon oratory to be remarkable. Prior to the Days of newspaper reporters an orator spoke to those Only within hearing of his voice but now through the medium of newspaper to hundreds of thousands and even to millions. The con Seq Nifte is that violent be stimulation studied manner and Fine rhetoric Are More or less displaced by solid it ical argument which shall not Only convince those who hear but those who read is Well. Quot Harvard Rouege Quot from 1786 to 1787 is _ for its numerous historical incidents and the Means which it affords for comparing the Standard of scholarship the state of discipline and the ability of students in the eighteenth Century with that of the nineteenth. There is a surprising difference in favor of the present time. A graduate of the Clai of 1786 could not enter a fresh Nara in the cd of 1ot6. Other articles a re equally entertaining. The Quot critical notices Quot Are Bia a Batsere fully Vitten. Justice is done a earn the prolix Hie Pher of John Milton. We know not Tiow Many copies of this review Are Tahen in fort Wayne and Vicinity but we advise by Ely one who. Delights in sound scholarship and criticism in literature to become a subscriber at once for this i Aston a it is published quarterly by James r. Osgood amp co., Aston in april july and october and is six dollars per year. Quot. Of the North Aviera Xin Leview is the Foremost among the periodicals of America the contemporary be viev is certainly the Ablest monthly Magazine of England. The March number for 1872 is a representative one. The subjects Are live ones and the writers Able and Well in Ltd. In this country the first article read will undoubtedly be the second paper on Quot Henry Ward Beecher Quot by Rev. E. Haweis the author of the lately published work entitled Mic and morals. It is a searching thoroughly analytical criticism of a Reat and Good Man and does him Justice he author possesses Manv of the prominent characteristics of his subject and i chaps is thus enable to write More Iier to intently and truthfully than a professional critic could. These two articles alone should give tie february and March numbers of this Magazine a Large Sale in this country. Quot science and immortality Quot let a eve. Quot to. W. Fowle is logical and convincing As any of Mansel s on the amp limits of Reli Jious thought. The pen of this master puts to flight the seemingly sceptical arguments of the Darwin and Huxley schools. The article must strengthen the Faith of every believer in Christ s resurrection and dispel some of the manifold doubts of the unbeliever. Quot Dean Stanley in Edinburgh Quot by a. Taylor Innes is a very fair but justly severe criticism upon Dean Stanley s attempt to give the history of the Church of Scotland in four lectures delivered last january in Edinburgh. Other articles Are equally Able and entertaining. This Magazine is republished in America by j. E. Lippin Cott amp co. And sold at 75 cents a copy. Lippi Neou a Magazine for april reached our Sanctum at a very late Day though it is usually among the Foremost. It was none the less acceptable for its tardiness however nor is it behind its predecessors contemporaries in interest. Edward Why Raper grows More entertaining than Ever in his Quot scrambles amongst the Alps Quot while tie illustrations Are attractive and ably executed. George musters concludes his sketch Quot at Home with the Paragon ians Quot which is also finely illustrated. Quot reminiscences of the Early Slages of the rebellion Quot by Horatio King is perhaps the mos t read Abl article in the Magazine. The author knows Horn actual experience and observation the causes of the late War and the manner in which they met. The contribution is worthy of careful perusal. Quot Aytoun proceeds with chapters six seven and eight and Quot the Strang adventures of a Phaeton Quot takes a similar Hista Licinit. Quot our monthly gossip Quot is esp ally fall of entertaining items. Our monthly which represents the interests of the United presbyter a an Churchett political. A a Texas editor contends that Clark member of Congress from that state has a right to his seat because Quot he bought a or. Greeley is so much in sympathy with the Cincinnati movement that he will not eat bread made a rom flour that has not been bolted. A a correspondent of the Boston Fosi writes from Washington that gen. Logan has asserted in the most positive and emphatic manner that he Means to go to Cincinnati. A the Tenor of the new York articles is that the so called Liberal republicans must go Over to the democracy. No Hope is held out that the democrats will leave Timeir old position. A it seems to be definitely settled that the interests of senator Trumbull and judge Davis will not be antagonistic at the Cincinnati convention. The friends of senator Trumbull insist that he is not and can not be induced to become a candidate for the presidency and that he �.= in favor of judge Davis believing him to have More real strength than any other inde Jim Dent Reform Republican. A in an article answering some charges seriatim or. Greeley answers the following or. Or. Greeley Ivas with general Grant to dispense cation of his official Patron age. On the contrary apart from his Cabinet in framing which gen. G. Had intimated that he would take no advice and with regard to which or. G. Never offered any. Sir. G. Regarded general Grant s selections As eminently judicious. We speak of for this state especially True they did not happen in the main o be the persons whom or. G. Had recommended but they were worthy and True men and very fairly distributed Between the two Quot wings Quot of the party except that collector Grinnell had not been identified with either. Few journals approved them More cordially heartily than this one. It was Only when general Grant Quot Turied his Back on himself Quot by removing the Foremost of these his own appointees and filling4heir places with some who had been conspicuous As faction lists and adversaries in the trying Days of 1866, that any trouble was created Here or any dissatisfaction expressed by the Tribune. Personal and miscellaneous. A Brooklyn s favorite poet is a blonde named Mary Hopkins. A gun. Berdan inventor of the telescopic Rifle and gun is in . A Stephen Pearl Andrews is about to establish a College for instruction in Federi fic unify activeness. A pictures of Fisk Stokes and Josie Mansfield Are absolutely unsaleable in new York just now. A Spinks a ays that the first Clergyman who allows his congregation to smoke in Church will have the largest congregation in the City and the most Wakeful. A another woman suffrage venture is to commence a Brief existence shortly in new Yoio clip. It is to be called the new a pcs and will be edited by mrs. J. G. Croly and mrs. L. D. Blake a a Quot contraband Quot who found his Way to Boston with returning troops related his experience in the Battle Field As follows Quot you see Massa i was driving an ambulance when a Musket Ball come and killed my horse and then pretty soon the Shell come along and he blow my Wagon All to pieces and den i got a eve. Alden the presbyterian pastor at Cooperstown new York has a very intelligent horse seventeen years old Quot but Spry As a Colt. He was turned out to Graze recently in a lot near his stable and Tore off ii shoe leaving it hanging by a single Nail. In this predicament he found his Way to the Blacksmith the Smith saw what was wanting reset tie shoe and Quot old Gray Quot went Home again Tjie pastor knowing nothing of the occurrence till informed several Days after by the Smith. A a Law of England enforced in the seventeenth Century Quot All women of whatever age rank profession or degree whether virgins wives or , Liat shall from and after this impose upon seduce and betray into Matrimony any of his majesty s male subjects by scents paints cosmetics washes artificial Teeth false hair Spanby Wool Iron stays hoops High heeled shoes or bolstered hips shall incur the penalty of the Laws in Force against witchcraft sorcery and the like and that the marriage upon conviction shall be null and a a traveller gives the following schedule of hotel prices at Niagara Falls to lie Down one night is to sit up Over night is to eat i a to stand fifteen minutes with Back to the stove 50 cents to go where there is a stove 25 cents to shave As a citizen 15 cents half soling shoes a $2 Gin and milk 25 cents Plain Gin 50 cents Plain Wash 10 cents with soap ind Towel 40 cents to look out of the wind it a 10 cents three looks out of the window for a Quarter. If you have All your baggage in your coat pocket the porterage is 50 cents but it is a Good thing to know if you Only Stop one Day the i or ter age is a Laid for the season. Brigham Young Ano his Greenwood s experience she gets shaken. Brigham has of children about 40 of whom Are Fei Viale Quot they Are of All Ages from three years to 30. He is the father of a Good Deal of silent and some of his children will ice heard of in the world hereafter. Lat night at the theatre i was particularly struck with the Good i might say Superb acting of a Voung looking lady and Learned that she was a daughter of Brigham and one of the five wives of ii. B. Clawson. The latte.-, being a Man of wealth and standing and a devoted mormon has married two of Brigham Daugh ters in addition to his other three wives. In t that a curious Way to do ? it certainly is to us gentiles but to the mormons it is All perfectly Correct and proper. In several of the states a Man is prohibited from marrying his dead wife s sister but Here in Utah it is much the style to marry two Sisters at once besides having several other wives. Many of Bringham s children Are handsome and lovable. Liose by one of his wives mrs. Decker Are particularly so he provides Well for his numerous sons in Law and takes great pleasure in seeing his children Well married of arid Happy if there can lie any happiness in the mormon married state which i doubt. A marriage takes place in his family very often now As his numerous flock Are rapidly maturing. One of his daughters was married last saturday. I hear of one wha had to run away to get married Brigham being opposed to the match because the Young Man who loved his daughter also loved lager Beer. Brigham tried Quot to break off the match Aud keep his daughter Ati iome but his Home has so Many doors to it that he could not watch them All at once and she got away. If this teaches any moral at All it is either to have fewer daughters or fewer letter from sail Lake City. Two trains about 40 cars Laden with lumber almost exclusively left southward on the g. B. Amp i. B. R. Yesterday evening a grand a rapids a Mes. Igi Nice ire a Wool in the it Wmk limes. Sac Ameto March a kor ?. 1 have a new sen Salit n to chronicle today an event a Liili i Hope will remain among the experiences of my life alone apart unique. One of the kind will do. Early this tuesday morning had an earthquake the most severe earthquake Ever known in Sacramento which indeed has hitherto been a singularly exem it from such unwelcome visitations. It occurred that is the great Shock at 2 20 o clock Anil j then the clock stopped. It was late when 1 went to bed last night. I was tired and weak from recent illness yet 1 could not sleep for a Long time. 1 fancied the air was heavy and sultry. With a window wide open in my Large chamber i still had a a strange feeling of oppression and App re j Hension though All without was profoundly quiet a dead . After Long tossing and weary waiting 1 slept it seemed but a Little while dreamed 1 was at sea and that the ship suddenly struck upon a r cd and shuddered and shivered and creaked fearfully. I woke to feel the rocking straining motion of the ship and the Roar of the wind and the Waves. I had actually some moments of vague distress and terror before 1 realized where i was and what was the strange tumult and Shock and knew that the fearful Power that was shaking the great solid House rattling the windows and swinging the chandeliers about me neither of the air nor sea that the Dull appalling Roar was neither the sound of a Quot mighty Rushing wind Quot nor the voice of Many Waters a though it was like to them both nor could it be taken for Thunder or the rumble of cars or the tumult of Battle. It was something Peculiar strange terribly unfamiliar yet impossible to be mistaken a nameless i horror of sound Mui led portentous and All i pervading. It did not seem to me to belong to an Earth quake. It seemed in the air not under the ground it was not the growl of imprisoned Thunder but the ominous defiant Roar of some uni own element of death and destruction Quot flying All it was More terrible to me than the rocking and trembling All about me. What moments were those for Swift solemn yearning thoughts before i Rose from the Quot bed Wii he Shook and seemed to surge under me i seemed to pass in s Irit Over thousands of , and to stand by the bedside of my dear ones sleeping in peace and Security. Something gave me strength and 1 Rose quietly went to a window and looked out Exi eating to see the ground heave like the Waves of the sea and people running from falling . But All seemed strangely still except the swaying Trees. Nothing was disturbed and few Jie Ople were then in the streets. It almost looked As though the earthquake were confined to the House contracted for by the rampant enemies of the Central Pacific. Tie Moon shone through a . With a peculiarly cold almost ghastly Light. This effect i heard afterwards was noticed by others. 1 suppose it Iliad no connection with the earthquake yet it increased the Quot fantastic terror Quot of the scene. My dear hostess came to me to try to give me Aid or rather Comfort but As the shocks came in Quick succession running into each other she was herself almost overwhelmed with terror and apprehension. Yet after her tender unselfish Way she seemed to Sufler most from fear for the Fate of friends in san Francisco. Quot if it is so severe Here it must be terrible there Quot she said and my own distress very great for Many dear friends i pictured flying from their falling houses and wandering through the streets. But thank heaven they escaped the awful visitation this time almost entirely. We seem to have taken the full Brunt of if. We hear to Day that Many people rushed from there Beds into the Quot streets and remained till the shocks were All past. The Host gov. Stanford was perfectly Calm and his courage proved . When he told me it was not after All a first class earthquake i Lielie Ved and trembled respecting his Long Pacific coast experience and Noti Weinga judge of earthquakes myself. When he assured me that the worst was Over i went qui a try to bed and there remained As quiet As my bed woul fallow me to be. The shocks i came much less violent and frequent and at last were so gentle that worn out by strange emotions i said to the dear old Earth i had never feared before Quot Eek me to sleep Mother Quot a and she did it. At about c o clock i was awakened by a smart Shock the last severe one we have had. During the Day we have had several starts and tremble ments so Light that it is probable we should not have noticed them had we not been on the qui Vive. We Are beginning to take some credit to ourself for Good behaviour As we hear of Many in All parts of the City who were utterly panic stricken Rushing into the streets in their night clothes shrieking and sobbing and praying and doing other strange and unusual things. One frantic Young Man very fairly Clad leaped out of a third Story Back window of a hotel. He alighted on the roof of an old shed which gave Way and let him gently Down into a Spring Wagon. So he escaped with his life but has they say gone into retirement and a course of vinegar and Brown paper. We Felt assured that we were As. Safe where we were we could be outside and not a soul left the House. Buckle i believe says Liat there is nothing that so takes hold on the imagination As an earthquake and very Likely my imagination exaggerated the peril the heaving the roaring As i afterwards found it did the duration of the shocks. All the accounts i had Ever heard or read of earthquakes came Back to me the dreadful stories of the destruction of Catania and Lisbon in the old school woks wit i their More dreadful pictures and the later horrors of South american convulsions. There is in an earthquake All the elements of panic of wild mad terror Seji scially in its utter unexpectedness and uncertainty. Nothing in nature gives you warning that it is coming nothing Assurance that it ii past. You cannot know during the first great Shock whether it is subsiding or culminating. Still we were More solemnized than terrified at least after the bewildered waking out of sleep and the first Surprise and alarm. Tipiere was something so mysterious 80 stupendous so almost grand in that shudder of the solid Globe that Naglit Mare of the sleeping Earth moaning and tossing under the still Bright heavens. We were hushed and humbled with a sense of the most utter helplessness we could but try to look beyond Naturel nature s god silently to Appeal from her pitiless Ness to his pity from her restlessness to his rest. Made ill any part of to in Orold for Fai it a use. Stoves and tin . J. Ash c. A Zeij of amp co., l r in Tinner s Stock stamped Japan Ned and for the last ten Days been receiving their Stock of new goods for the Spring Trade and Are now Able to show the largest Stock of goods Ever brought to fort Wayne. A if the hoop skirt factory Ivo. 15, Kasint Kolii iii it it. Our Stock is Complete millinery goods fancy goods notions laces trimmings parasols White goods our Stock of dress goods and shawls is the Iever displayed in Ibe City and Eoin Prises Ai every thin that a a new Aud desirable Anil we invite All to give on Stock an examination before buying their Purcha yes. Wholesale and tact iii dealer in stoves tinware House keepers goods. H., j. Ash 91 Colin Nubia set Wayne iii. Sign of red hot a it of Storss. Blank books envelopes Legal Cap fools Cap letter paper note paper Faber Lead pencils american Siead pencils copying presses Etc. Siemon amp Wjk stationers. 77 Colin Zibin no. Siemon i Bro. Have the pleasure to announce that the have greatly enlarged their Stock of stationery and offer for Sale at reduced ratcf.ency i oods. Our Stock of fancy goods such As trimmings fringes Ruf Laings tuck trimmings quadruple Lawn and Swiss trimmings. Cambric fluting fluted ruffling fancy Fri Uings plated trimmings Star Fries Cwb nation frills Shamrock frills Etc., is As near Complete As possible. We would respectfully Call attention to the fact that we Are the Only one fridge millinery and fancy 600ds no Jse i cd the pity. New goods received daily by express at the Hoo in if Jalc Toisy no. 15 East Columbia st. Hardware. B. W. Oakley son dealers in foreign and Domestic a Row re saddlery and Carriage trimmings &c., 79 Columbia Street domestics domestics domestics All he popular brands of bleached acid brow mrs Lynsi and All other domestics at prices Liat cannot rail but be satisfactory. 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 fort Wayne. , i 98 Columbia Street. Slow in a s Book store fort Wanyue Lnu a. Keld Bros jobbers and dealers in books amp stationery Are agents for one of Itelia est printing and Blank books Loisine in tie United states. Printing and Blank Book work offal kinds promptly and carefully Exeen ted. We make a special it of Bank and county Blank Book work of printing in kinds of envelope Tetter and. Bill Heads. Green peas 2 Quot 2.5c Coffee. Good Rio 23c Choice Rio 25c Ceylon 28c Java 30c o. G. Java guarantee to .s5c groceries provisions oysters amp canned goods fax uits of kill kinds in tie ii season Sisro. 88 Cju a a hot Jim to st. Miscellaneous the Best Roll buyer and fresh eggs constantly on hand. I wish to Call attention to the fact that my aim is to sell Only Good goods and As Low As fair and honest dealing will justify. Sx76abs. Cart Sheil granulated and powdered 14c Standard a not a 120 other sugars in pro ortion. Canned goods. All Standard packers no Slop go flu. Tomatoes 2 lbs 18c Quot 3 Quot 25c Peariea 2 Quot 20c Quot 3 Quot 80c Mcmurray s sugar con 30c Pine apples.30c blackberries 20c Canne Ltd Salmon 1 la. 30c 2 a Doc Brt goods. Sprin6 opening Spring opening teas. The in the Market japans 90c, $1 to $1.20. Long1, $1.10 to $1.35. Young Hyson $1, $1.25, $150. Best $1.60 just remember Liat you can t buy the Best Young Hyson at $1.25 when import is Dirge from $1.25 to $1.40 for those grades. Aut i can sell you for $1.25 As Good a Tea a8 any establishment in the City offers. Soaps. From 5 to 10c a old Central grocery still in the Field with goods As Low As the lowest. Groceries it provisions. We i it iii Kiive Lopes for too a thousand All other printing Cut Iua by is Low. Vautin anything in our line Ean save Money by Call 3 Keystone Block Calhoun. Pianos. Offs musical warehouse. Carriages. factory and warehouse. Morth of Cathedra no. 11 East j Efferson st. We Are prepared to Inalie Fine carriages. Spring wagons omnibuses Street cars pianos. Tue a Ste clip a a . Tie Quot rave us first class. The Quot Decker Quot a undisputed. These lust Ruments Are Well known to tie Public made Ait of ered at very Low prices. Organs Melodeon guitars ac., Are also sold if Ere for Little Money. Call examine prices and Stock and you will Purchase at ii. Orff s musical warehouse Barr-st., Between a Iain a a cry rests on the Corner of main and Harrison streets dung the Spring months we will furnish the very bes Quot a. I it Ples of Ota Toosi egg tables Waii died nits a Ickles nog a which the Market table butter the finest brands of Frank amp thanhouser of the great Western dry 600ds House. We Are opening now one of the finest and Best selected Stock of dress , Silks and Domestic dry goods As Well As foreign West of new York City. Although Cotton Goodie woo Lena aft All kinds of dry goods have advanced we will continue to sell them at the same Low prices. Look at on advertisements daily and you will find the different classes of goods Are offered at reduced rates. Black Silks per Yard sold in All the rest of the stores at s2.50. Black Bonnet silk the Best in the world at popular prices. A full line of coloured Silks including All the latest shades. A handsome line of Dolly Varden Sall kinds of satins velours for trimming Etc. A full line of Poppins at 15, 20, 25 and 30t per Yard plaids for childrens at 20 to 40c. Japanese Silks japanese sinks a full line in All different shades for 70c and upwards 500 different pieces of dress goods including the latest makes. Of f Anoy goods i it Lepai to iii t. S bows scarfs for ladies a full line of ribbons 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 ottoman lace Points lace Jacques and a full and Complete assortment of Quot White goods laces embroideries handkerchiefs. Metes misty 330y s we a. Cotto Nades linens Etc a full line of ladies Linen suits children s suits. Live xes a of Axil Frank thanhouser no. 7 Keystone Block fort Wayne ind. grocer the Lucrest hous in India iii Huestis a Hamilton. Wholesale Croce ii 83 and 85 Columbia treets we Call the attention of tie Trade to on Inu Nene Stock. I mily a to Xor and groceries of All kinds Uro Kei t Pon stantly on hand. Coffee. 1,000 in eke. Rio lag Ayra Maracaibo . Singapore ground and roasted Diimmel s essence amp a. Miscellaneous. Ten car Load o assorted wooden Ware music Aii and every kind of a vehicle of the Best material finest and most durable styles and for the lot rest prices. We have skillful workmen employed and can duplicate the styles and prices of Eastern manufactories. The Public is invited to examine our . . For to Wayne Quot conservatory % of music Street. Opposite court Hoise. Dodez amp Rochul Excel All other grocery stores in tha following articles canned inuits of All kinds a general assortment of Crosse amp Blackwell s Pio Klej Loeanrd Perrin s Worcestershire sauce Raspberry Lam Burnette s fun Orion extracts new . Hos factory re cider Eime 50,000 envelopes wit h the City map printed on the Back the object of the conservatory is to Furnis a it it Complete musical education to those desiring to became teachers or performers Ipi fils Short a time As possible and upon the most reasonable terms. Send for circular. L. M. Prest. Board trustees. K. G. Mcniece Sec a Board trustees. The Gazette office starch vinegar shot Tea cans canned fruit nuts i o and rope fish spices &c.tobacco. The largest Stock in the West. Dark Sweet Ping of All style right plug Fine Cut and smoking cigars at manufacturer s prices. Vie Are the sole proprietors of the Cele Barteil Quot mad Anthony Wayne tobaccos sugars. So Lei lids. Us sent in. 7500.barrels Cut loaf crushed powdered granular Tell a. Sugar Sugar sex. A sugar a. B. And sex. C., c. Yerow new Orleans deme Rara Porto Rico Cuba clarified mus Covada. Set ups and molasses 1,000 barrels. White Silver drips. Golden drip Crystal Siber new Orleans , mus Corada. Teas. 500 calf Chest. Young Hyson Hyson Imperial gun Owiler Oblong Sokchong Japan amp a. Especial attention is invited to candies of our own manufacture which Are Allie duplicate new York prices with the addition Only o freight All orders promptly and faithfully filled. Sels rid for ?l

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