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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The fort Wayne daily Gazette thursday morning. April 11, 1872. Pc. N. Y. S. Root amp company open this week a very attractive Asso Romento imported cloth jackets and Talmas at $8, Sio $12. S15and s20 each. Root amp company this week will offer a magnificent line of ottoman Stripe Spring shawls $3.50. $4, $5, be $8. $10, s12 and s s each Root amp company his week open another Large lot of the Rop near japanese Silks at 50e, 60e. 75c, 90c and per Yard. Root amp company this week in their new suit department will offer 100 in Dies Percale wrappers at the Low Price of so each. Root amp company this week will show a fall new assortment of Spring dress goods including All the newest fabrics ont. Root amp company Tois week Call special attention to their bean Tinl line of Spring Silks ats $1.25 Par Yard and upwards. Root amp company be Eire daily new and esi Rahle novelties in Fri lungs and ruffling of every description at very Low prices. Root amp company invite the Pablic generally to examine their an Manalel assortment of housekeeping goods such As sheeting table linens Etc. Root amp company continue to Soffer without Reserve their immense Stock of Cotton goods at prices Meh below present Cost. Root amp company this week offer Large additions in their White goods department such As piques .7ainsooks, Jac Konets Etc. Root amp company would invite attention to the Superior Quality of their celebrated Perinot kid Glove in 1 and 2 buttons at $1.85 and $2.25 per pair. Root to company receive daily fresh and attractive goods from their resident new Lork buyer and offer the same at a Small Advance Over Cost close Cash buyers can save Money by looking thro the Large variety at com pairs a a nut a nor do a a a my. The Kew try st re. In it Colum be Street Cje Jahja 8. X. Vobs8, . April 11. 1878. The cite in Brief. A no shows to night. A the Audubon club meets to night. A the alerts have adopted new lodged. A nobody before the mayor yesterday. A the on Broadway rages with in abated fury. A it costs s315 to buld a fire Cistern in _ this City. A prayer meetings to night in All the methodist churches. A ice wagons Are making their appearance on the streets. A there Are no new developments in the Posto Fibre deficit business. A a the Council allowed Bills on tuesday evening amounting to $1,017.00. A the new paper Mill has Bun operations and will soon be in full blast. A the police port 63 Street lamps in a ted during the month of March. A a Brilliant display of the Aurora boreal is witnessed last evening. A a. Farmer s team ran away on Cohoun Street yesterday noon. Nobody Hurt. A a Stone pavement is being Laid from main Street to the court House Entrance. A the lamps around the Public Square Are to be lighted at the expense of the Day. A the fort Wayne presbytery now in session at the second presbyterian Church. A one Hundred and fifty students Are now a in attendance at thie Concordia College. A the repairs of the Waltash amp Erie canal Are being pushed Forward very rapidly. A the butchers Are not pleased with the present aspect of the Slaughter House question. A our citizens anxiously await the appearance of Jos. Jefferson a rip Van Winkle. A the respective merits of Berea and Chicago Bronfe Are being actively canvassed by oar citizens. A the first tented show of the season has just made its appearance in our City. It is located on court Street. A the fort Wayne delegation will have seats reserved for them at the consecration services in Cincinnati next Sabbath. The excursion train for Cincinnati on it. W., m. Amp a. . Will leave the Bloomingdale depot at 12 15 p. M. On saturday. Those who attend the consecration a prices at Cincinnati next Sabbath will probably obtain reduced of tes at the hotel s a More than five Hundred persons will probably go from this City to Cincinnati to attend the consecration services next Sabbath. A marriage License were yesterday issued to Andrew Kopp and Lizzie Gene sum Jeremiah Clem and Catharine note Tine. A the spoke factory of Olds amp son Asb eased at $36,900, although its proprietors claim that is $5,900 than it is really Worth. A lovers of negro minstrelsy will be a lighted to learn that duprez amp Bene Dukti cal. Wagner and Billy Emerson Are a coming this . Pc. A Olds Reid Bce at Llie Corner of West Berry and Ewing streets appraised at $30,000. The owners estimate its value at $41,444. A it May be interesting to tiie Iraq Iceni ers of the Calabo Osc to learn that the Stock of chairs on hand at that popular institution to be increased. A mar it our ars Block at the Corner of Berry and Calhoun streets assessed at $22,000. Or. Mcdougal claims that it is not Worth Over $17,000. A the new revolving Nier tar containing coloured liquids which or. A. C. Kemmel has just placed in front of his elegant West end drug store attracts much attention. A some people seem to entertain suspicions that the leading parties on each Side of the Berea and Chicago Stone controversy have jul a me pecuniary interest in the matter. A the chief of police and the City marshal yesterday paid a visit of inspection to the Slaughter Louse which visit is said to have caused much consternation among the butchers. A a Rumor has been current on our streets for the past two Days that one of our leading wholesale houses had failed but on tracing it up we Are satisfied that there is no truth in the report. A the work of Boring the Artesian Well in front of the rink will soon be resumed. The Brilliant Success attending Farwell a Chicago Well has caused Bright Hopes to be entertained respecting the result of this work. A or. X. C. Keel proprietor of the Broadway drug store is making extensive improvements in his establishment including an addition to the rear end forty feet Long. He will soon open his new millinery and dry goods store. A messes. Trentman life son wholesale grocers have purchased Squire Stewart s property adjoining their store and will immediately put up a four Story Marble front building exactly like the elegant Structure now occupied by them. A we were yesterday shown a letter written by Little Dessie Edsall the 4 year old daughter of majored. Edsall to a juvenile Friend in Michigan which a decided curiosity. The Little girl had begun to learn to write or print just one week previous to the Date of the letter in which every letter is printed neatly and almost perfectly and the contents were also very remarkable. Miss Dessie will soon be an accomplished letter . The regular quarterly meeting of the Audubon club will be held this evening. The quarterly reports of the officers will be submitted. L. P. Stapleford estate transfers. The following instruments were filed for record in the auditor s office yesterday John Hough to n. G. Olds amp Bon lots 158 and Ico Lewis add.$2,000 . Skinner to Peter Moran South half lot 19 Mannii s add .$1,150 total transfers 1 considerations s3,150kxenrsion. Tickets will be put on Sale via the fort Wayne Muncie and Cincinnati railway for the Benefit of those desiring to attend the consecration of Bishop Dwenger at Cincinnati on next Sabbath at $4.00 the round trip less than half fare these tickets will be Good going on saturday april 13th, and returning on any Day up to and including thursday april 18th. Tickets can be procured on Friday at the general offices of the above named Road on East Wayne Street opposite the High school and on saturday morning at the North depot in stood it Kilaas Quot soc or. Or. G. P. Barnum who keeps the livery stable of Barr Street has just been making great improvements in his Stock. He has a Large number of Fine hones and has just purchased several handsome buggies and City to editor carriages for the Benefit of his patrons. His livery Trade is increasing rapidly. His skill As a veterinary surgeon has attracted Many people to him who wish him to cure their horses of the diseases with which they Are suffering. The doctor has been very successful in his practice and is so affable and accommodating that it is a pleasure to do business with Shackley fir Heel company. learn from an authenticated source that if proper encouragement is Given the Shackley wheel company of Decatur will remove its extensive works to fort Wayne. A donation of land in a desirable location for the site of the factory has already been offered. In Case the change is made the capital of the company will be increased to about $100,000, and about one Hundred and fifty hands will be employed. Fort Wayne possesses such excellent advantages As a shipping Point and on account of the Competition in railway freights Etc., that it is thought that the muggers could be induced to come to this City. Let something be . Common pleas Couetz Eddoe Cason. Franklin Alderman is. Pittsburgh fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad company continued for want of prosecution. Sinclair for plaintiff. Brackenridge and Miller for defendants. 113. James s. Harvin it Al. Is. Louis Barchel continued. Bell for plaintiff h. Bittinger for defendant. Before s lube Graham. The Day passed in examining the Case of the state is. Daniel Nestel. The trial will be resumed this morning. Before Squire Kyan. Alonzo a. Rogers Chai red with provoking h. C. F. Westrum to commit an assault fined and costed $12 30. Liow a Louisville me Lii Al Jom Nal stopped their an account of the discovery of Stone Coal in Allen county tiie returns of Trio different township assessors to the county commissioners Quot a chapter of accidents Quot the particulars of the late Railroad disaster at Valparaiso Quot a mysterious death Quot Quot the business outlooks a review of the business prospects in fort Wayne full telegraphic and local Market reports including weekly reviews of the Philadelphia produce Market Llie Pittsburgh live Stock Market and the fort Wayne general markets prepared especially for the Gazette editorial articles and paragraphs on leading topics several columns of interesting miscellany general intelligence and additional local news and All the important Telegraph news of the week in All nearly Twenty nine columns of Choice and interesting Reading matter. This is an excellent number to Send away. For Sale at the Gazette counting room in wrappers for mailing. Price five cents. The death of tue Nee. Tie cause of iii a Enlil apoplexy Vor it let it Orille Coroner a jury. The coroners jury Emp annexed to examine into and report As to the cause of the death of James Turner met at the t Anion House at 9 a. In. Yesterday Pur Suant to adjournment. Or. Christ. Newcomer Day clerk of the Harmon House testified that the deceased brought to the hotel at 4 o clock p. A in condition. The person who brought him said that he found him ill on the train and asked that medical assistance might be Amnion de. Lie also took from the deceased a conductor s badge a ring and a breast pin. Or. H. Myers testified that he saw deceased at about 4 o clock p. M. On tuesday in a comatose condition. He stated that he attributed his death to apoplexy. The jury then returned the following verdict we the jury Unipan Neleta and sworn by John p. It ater8, Coroner of .4.11en county to examine and report As to the cause of the death of James Turner after hearing the evidence and examining the body report and say that deceased came to his death from apoplexy. No valuables were found upon his person. Signed j. M. N. Smith Coli Schenck Daniel Mckendry Louis Mohr j. R. Hart Emanuel Kego Jshii p. Waters Coroner. A dispatch received yesterday from the father of the unfortunate Young Man at Terre haute stating that he would be Here on last evening for the purpose of taking the remains away for interment. Another railway Accident. All Eug due and five let Telic Ltd Oil Llic is. i. R. It. Two men killed and one injured a the cause a land slide. Train no. 1, engine no. 14, which left this City at half past seven o clock tuesday morning on the grand lipids amp Indiana Railroad met with an unfortunate Accident at half past nine o clock the same evening. When the train had got to a Point five Miles this Side of big rapids Ali Clingan an about Twenty feet High carrying the engine two Box cars one passenger coach and one caboose that distance. The locomotive struck a Large stump which pulled up by the land slide thus Causin considerable damage. Thus the two rear coaches remained on the track. The Accident seems to have been one that could not have been prevented by any care or foresight. The conductor or. Arnold and the Engineer Are. Trustworthy and reliable men and were not in the least to blame for the disaster. The in Juke. The fireman or. J. L. Valker and a freight Brakesman who Riding on the engine at the Quot time were instantly killed the former being crushed to death Between the locomotive and the Forward car. Tiie Engineer w. L. Tin Khani somewhat severely bruised and injured. Both of the parties killed were single men. It is somewhat remarkable that although there were Over eighty passengers on the train not one of them sustained the slightest injury. What it costs. L Liidi on Sil Bat i in Exchange Wii ii or. Carver had tie Inis Fortuno to fall into the in rear of the Trade i alack on Sal Lith night. I he Kever ened it gentle i ars ext Ricald with no outlier injuries than soiled clot Liing and the loss of Liis spectacles. A iii i on nil. learn tint or Jos. Slope let the skillful Young Barcli Iteck of this cite is about to remove with his faintly to Toledo a Liege a handsome Oiler been made him. Joe is a painstaking and very capable draughtsman and we commend him to the favourable notice of the citizens of Toledo As being in every desirous of to eur Liberal patronage. regret having unintentionally done any injustice to Chas. I Edegger our Good natured City ,in an item the other Day respecting his neglect to offer a notifier officer any assistance needed. Charley not at Liberty at the time As he detained As a witness in an important Case on trial before a Justice. Quot we cheer fully make the correction a menial. Marr Lave of Silas e. E. Greene to or. S. Taylor of the Gas. Two or three evenings ago two gentlemen from the Rural districts Register at the Robinson House and having been around the City and viewed the sights they retired to at a late hour. Whether too free indulgence in Ort Wayne whisky or natural ignorance and stupidity were the cause we know not Bat on retiring one of them after several Strong a fibres blew out the Gas. An occupant of an adjoining room heard him blow out the Light and soon detected the odor of the escaping Gas which came into his apartment Over a transom. He immediately notified the night clerk who went to the room and rescued the Young men from their dangerous situation just As they were becoming somewhat stupid from the effects of the Gas. It is needless to say that they Learned something Worth knowing during their stay in fort Wayne. The weekly Gazette. Ibe week a Gazette being Date of april 11th, contains among other things the following Quot disenchanted or the mysteries of love Quot part ii., of an original Story written expressly for the Gazette by a fort Wayne lady an interesting letter from Auburn a full list of the appointments of pastors made at the late methodist conference at Munce interesting sketches of prof. Morse miss Mary l. Booth Robert Collyer Carl Benson and Harriet Spofford Quot Boyish history Quot by an old boy a full and reliable account of the late Post office deficit red flannels Quot the fragrance of Spring Flowers and the melodious strains of music which came through the occasionally opened doors of the Ewing mansion on West Berry Street yesterday Forenoon betokened the occurrence of some unusually Happy event within. Nor were the indications vain for a a mall but very appreciative wedding party had assembled to witness the marriage of miss Esther e. Greene daughter of or. . H. Greene of this City to or. Douglas s. Taylor of clinic ago. The ceremony performed in a very Happy and effective manner by the Rev. E. P. Goodwin d. D., pastor of the first congregational Church of Chicago who has had so much successful experience in this line that there will undoubtedly be no need of doing his work Over again. As our millinery education sadly neglected our lady friends must excuse us for being somewhat Brief and indefinite in our allusion to the Bride s dress which said to be one of the finest Ever seen in fort Wayne. Through the kindness of a lady acquaintance we Are Able to impart the following information the Bride dressed in White Satin Cut Ai train of course and trimmed with tulle with piping of Satin and fallings of lace. She wore a tulle veil trimmed with Point lace with the usual accompaniment of Orange Flowers. All the surroundings were pleasant. A Large Basket of Choice Flowers suspended from the Centre of the double parlor and during the ceremony the self possessed couple stood beneath a Large marriage Bell de of appropriate Flowers which filled the r we with fragrance. The bridal presents were elegant most of them being solid Silver the Groom s present being a Beautiful pair of bracelets of heavy etruscan Gold with settings of Pearl. After an hour of Happy greetings and pleasant social Cinat during which time the wedding dinner served while strains of music Ever and anon filled the House the party separated and the Happy couple went on their eastward to the great Metropolis. Vic Eail notes. Impo Faut Railroad the approve hint Wabash r. R. Eleetia other in them. An important meeting of railway men interested in the construction of different railway lines to run from Camden and Crawfordsville to Toledo Ohio held at the Aveline House yesterday afternoon for the purpose of having a general conference respecting the feasibility of joint action by the three parties represented in building the proposed line. The following gentlemen were present John Lee of Crawfordsville president of the Evansville Crawfordsville and Toledo r. R. C. A. King or. T. Mcook Frank j. Scott b. Phillips of Toledo and j. Clark Doc Longsworth and others of Van Wert representing the Toledo amp southwestern railway. Messes. Marble and l. Hunt Toledo Delphos amp Indianapolis railway. The meeting one of general conference and it decided to parcel up the territory of the proposed lines Between the three railroads for the purpose of making surveys and local Aid. The meeting adjourned at 6 o clock sine die All of those in attendance expressing themselves Well pleased with the favourable prospects for the Early completion of the consolidated line. Most of those in attendance returned to their Homes last evening. The Wabash election although still Distant attracts thus Early unusual attention two Strong parties being already in the Field the Canada Southern and the Lake Shore people and it would not be astonishing if the course of speculation on the entire list More or less governed by this fact. The Road running through the Fertile Wabash Valley is an important feeder of the Lake Shore and its control would vastly Benefit the resources of the latter Road. But the Canada Southern Are anxious for the Hilum because they would thus secure a through connection from Buffalo to st. Louis. From Toledo one of the Termini of the Road the Dis Tance is 23 Miles less by the Canada Southern than by the Lake Shore. As saving of time and distance is an important consideration in these Days of rapid travelling it can readily be seen How a hash has sprang into such prominence. It is is thought that Jat now the Lake Liore ites hold the advantage in the consequence of or. Drew s late Peculiar move in the . Y. Tribune sea Letl proposals submit Teil for sidewalk improvement a. Hie following proposals were Oji Ned at the common Council meeting on tuesday evening and referred to the committee on streets and the City civil Engineer. For grading and planking sidewalks on the North Side of ,High-st., from Wells st. To the West line Wefels addition and on the South Side from Wells st. To st. Marys ave. Grading per Lenial foot. A to planking per Quot Quot. 33c John a. Languor. Grading ver Lenial foot. 28c planking. Jim William Pai e. Grading per Lineal foot. 29c planking Quot. 2s>ic Street Matveu. Grading per lit enl foot. 29c planking Quot Quot. 2t c Christias . Grading per Lineal foot. 29c planking Quot. Quot. 28c for grading paving and curbing both sides sides of Washington Sti from Garden to Harmer curbing per Lineal foot. Out a grading and paving per Lineal foot Berea Stone. Grading and paving per Lineal foot Chicago a tone. 7i o round Corners Chicaro Stone.-86 x Berea. 2.50 . Mioc John i Laignon. Curbing per Lineal foot. G c grading and paving per Lineal foot Berea Stone. 75c grading and paving per Lineal foot Chicago atone. S2o round Corners Chicago Stone.60 Berea Quot. 4 50 Skillen i co. Curbing per Lineal foot. Gac grading and paving per Lineal foot Berea Stone. 75c grading and paving per Lin Al foot Chicago Stone. 82c round Corners Chicago Stone.$0 50 Quot Quot Berea Quot. 4 �0 Charles Park. Curbing per Lineal foot. \j9j grading and it it having Pur Lineal foot Chicago Stone. So grading Ann paving per Lineal foot Berea Stone.�?83 50 Krudop k Moellering. Curbing per Lineal foot. 55e grading and paving per Lineal foot. Chicago Stone. V9c grading and paving per Lineal foot Berea Stone. 7ic round Corners Berea Stone.s2 �-0 Chicago Quot .6 50 c. Lin Loo w. Kassise f. . For grading paving and curbing both sides of clinto%8t., from Berry to Lewis and paving per Lineal foot. 79o curbing Berea atone Quot Quot. Sec Quot Chicago Quot Quot. 73c round Corners Chico Stone,.f6 00 Berea. 2 50 jobs . Grading and paving per Lineal foot. 82c curbing Berea st Quot be. Fico Quot Chicago �ton�.-. 75c round camera. Chicago st <ne-.-.s6 00 Berea Quot .4 50 cables Pape. Grading and paving per Lineal foot. 85c curbing Berea Stone Quot Quot. 69c Quot Stone Quot Quot. 74c round Corners Chicago stono.83 of Kei Dop a . Grading and paving per Lineal foot. 84c curbing Berea Stone Quot. 56c Chicago Stone Quot Quot. 75c Quot a toned Corners Chicago Stone Quot .$6 50 Berea Quot Quot. 2 60 j. Beeson amp co. Grading and paving per Lineal foot. 79%c curbing Beret Stone Quot Quot. Soc Chicago Stone Quot Quot. 73c round Corners Chicago Stone.$6 50 Berea .2 40 c. List lag w v. Kaysing f. Axxe the Model Baker. It due my . Chi mining and Kerr the following letter be Given publicity. gentlemen Are the rightful owners of the Quot Lodel Baker Quot have worked hard and paid out much Money to secure the Patent and Are now entitled not Only to a pecuniary Reward for their efforts but to the patronage and Praise of our citizens. For this reason we Trust that no baking utensil will be As an improvement on the Quot Model Baker Quot for none such arc in existence. Other Baker i have undoubted , but the Quot Model Baker Quot is entirely distinct from any now in use. understand this letter is written by gentlemen to show the difference Between their Baker and the new Quot Star Baker Quot which is certainly a marked one it. Wayne ind., april 2, 1s72. A edit of a Gazette in your Issue of this morning we find an advertisement and local notice of the Quot Star Baker Quot now offered for Sale in this City. For fear that some Piersons might confound the name with that of Quot Model Baker Quot a cooking utensil of our invention we have thought proper to take this Means of informing the i eople of fort Wayne and Vicinity that the Quot Star Baker Quot is entirely unlike the Quot Model Baker Quot being in our opinion an infringement on our Patent yet with none of those special characteristics which make the Quot Model Baker Quot a grand . While the Quot Star Baker Quot is Square with a door opening at the Side the Quot Model Baker Quot is Oval with a cover closing the top and rendering it perfectly air tight. It is obvious that a Baker of no other shape could be air tight and yet this very feature of the Quot Model Baker Quot is what makes it so in giving satisfaction. In of steam can escape and in consequence All the flavor and of the meats Are retained. Trust that those parties who Are intending to Bakers and have been induced to do so by the Success of the Bakers purchased by their neighbors will defer buying until the Quot Model Baker Quot has l Een thoroughly tested. It is the Only genuine Baker and is the Only cooking utensil having a right to that name. Verv respectfully t. J. T. Com minds w. J. Kerr. Ahead of All others. . J. M. Kane amp bro., the enterprising notion dealers have now on hand the Stock of goods in their line of any hoii.=e in the United states. Among the specialities which Are most prominent in their immense establishment May be mentioned their children i carriages of which their assortment in extent and Vaj piety defies Competition from any firm in the country. They have also on hand a very Large number of Bird cages of All styles sizes and prices. In their different departments they have shown unusual Good taste in their selections and Are certainly now prepared to offer very Strong my cements to any who to Pur the articles in which they Deal. A nov a i. Lai cull if cell Tulili to fit. Courtl give have Succo Edei in getting Ai Kotlier i a. To it. This is the sunni ton we in lilo re Ilu lire Fujil Siivo such Nui Versul Sitiar . In the Host to n ill Illel incl. I m cd that mall Ilion Ollia do Milli is. Fiu it iii so. But a fresh mixture of prices All mer i Nijiu k am Xirui if jul i its Simul Loc a Yin. to iii it Al it i st iii sick i Noil i Ili Laines 12 l-2igo Oil ingrain car pets Quot in i la and inn do Ohio All Odoi i Irois .-51,00 and $1,25 to be found Only at Foster Koit co. A a Kif we have received a Large lot of line Silks finality whip a we shall sell at . Those goods cannot be int choir in this oily fur less than a Al to also a very iian Doino lot of stripped Iid i Heok Silks at 4. Andlor Worth 9je, and in big lot of Beautiful <1. Set 20, 2.> and 31v. Fosti ii . Thu new Coulee old iii. A Oastell lii., Best a amps Quot sugars ice diced Quot Pluto Cokloo White co too c Choice to it inc rare Best Xci Good Briwn 2so Best iop 22c bp.=it 25c 25c of hit i Rolik. 12c lie lie Loi 9c Fol it Hal so. Msj Quot yesterday wa.= the Day in car jets we have had this season but what More remarkable the of dict that every customer to sold car jets to inti slipped through the regular Orpet e a i it i one and All of them bought of us sign july because they Couly by so doing buy a bettor article for the same Price. Foster Bros to co. The great Rush for carpets continues our store is crowded from Norn till night Olite and courteous treatment to a ill whether Thoy wish to pure use or not always keeping in View this motto Quot the Best of goods tor the lows a possible it Rioe has made our carpet department one of the greatest mercantile successes of the nineteenth Century. Foster Eros i co. I fish fish a All White fish . White fish in Kitts. Mickerol k Bis Mackerel in cod fish per la herring each herring Holland herring per Keg kinds received. .?4 00@� 00 is 00@1 20 via 00 00 ii 25@1 50 5@ 6c in .$2 00 $1 2i@l 75 fruit horse. Business notices. Oitt a fees nals. Pat. Fitzgerald the Billi Ardist is in the City. Or. Worcester of the Muncie Telegraph in the City yesterday. Elim Mahon Esq., the attorney of Huntington county in the City yesterday. Or. I. Sweet of the Lagrange Independent in the City yesterday on business. Or. Saylor a prominent citizen of Huntington favored us with a peasant Call yesterday. The types made us speak of or. John g. Beyerlein a Day or two since As township trustee instead of township assessor. In speaking of the physicians who dressed the wounds of or. Mahan in s Gazette we should have said drs. Gregg and Dills. Captain Clarence Bailey of the United states army and or. Hobart c. Bailey both of them former residents of fort Wayne Are so ending a few Days in this City. Or. Homer Phelps whose Arm so badly crushed while coupling cars a few evenings since has had the Arm amputated which operation performed by or. Myers. The Harmon House very fortunate in securing the services of such an affable and accommodating Man As c. Newcomer in the capacity of Day clerk. He is very popular with the guests of that House. letters and dispatches received from Rev. Moffat it is made certain that he will soon come to City As pastor of the first presbyterian Church notwithstanding All rumours to the contrary. Anderson w. Scott of Larwill is now at the st. Joseph s Hospital afflicted with cancer which has affected the neck head and also the hands and will probably be fatal soon. His Mother is with him. Or. A. Lawrence formerly an efficient assistant in the office of county auditor leaves for Chicago with his family this morning where he will make his permanent residence. The Best wishes of Many friends for his property and better health go with him. Boot and shoes. A Omarkley Schry der co., have just received a new lot of ladies French kid Button boots French kid foxed lace boots eighteen thread Serge lace boots. They Are of eng these goods at Low prices. Are i that they Are equal to any brought to this Market. Persona in want of that kind of shoes will do Well to Call Early and secure them. Guns pistols and revolvers. The largest Stock Ever brought to this City of shot guns Breech loaders pistols revolvers gun barrels and trimmings cartridges game babes shot , powder flasks and powder horns gun wads percussion Caps chargers dog whistles drinking cups pocket compasses Etc., at prices surprising cheap Ore on Sale at the Large hardware store of Morgan i Beach. A rarity. A delicacy rarely procured in the West is the tub Oyster. They Are the finest oysters in the Market. The Saint Charles has the Only tub oysters in the City. They will be served in every style that would Mit the most fastidious epicure. Try pm. J. Kready amp co. City items. Best Tea ?1.25. Spa it House. S. C. Quaker hams at Dodez pfc Rockhill s. new York state factory at Dodez k Rockhill s. Choice lot of horse Kadish just received at Dodez a Rockhill s. Jerked Buffalo the most tender meat in the world 22o tier Pound. Fruit House. genuine Maple sugar at Dodez amp Rockhill s. The by it in the world a the Ali Eeler so Wilson sewing machines Are the Best were awarded the highest Premium at the world a fair in London in lii62, and at the a a pop Ilion universale in Paris in 1867, when there were eighty two machines of american and euro Pean manufacture competing. C. L. Kill agent 52 i 54 Calhoun st. 18.1� the now famous first made known to the Public by an system of advertising. From that time to the present the demand for it has been steadily increasing until it has taken the Lead of , lotions ointments and other external remedies imported or Domestic Ever introduced into the american Market. In the most celebrated racing and trotting stables in the establishments of stage and City car companies. And in the stables of private gentlemen it is the Only recognized cure such diseases of the horse As require outward treatment. Nor is it less valuable As a local apply cation for s me of the most distressing complaints to which Man is subject. Rheumatism of the joints neuralgia sore Throat Tumos Wens earache tooth act yield to its pain subduing counter irritant properties and Burns scalds and outs Are healed with incredible rapidity under its operation. To Iron Are Ooin West buy your tickets Over the Quot old reliable Missouri Pacific Railroad the popular route from st. Louis to Sedalia fort Scott Lawrence Kansas City Atchison st. Joseph Omaha. Denver and All Points in Missouri Kansas Nebraska and Colorado to which people Are moving. This line has an unexcelled equipment in Fine Day coaches. Pullman s Palace sleepers. Miller s safety and the Patent steam Brake and its reputation for prompt time and sure connections is proverbial. For valuable information and assistance and to make special arrangements at lowest rates offered by any line Call upon or address i. G. Wheeler agent Missouri Pacific r. A. 72 Lloyd Street. Buffalo a y. Or e. Ford general passenger agent st. Louis to. No trouble to answer questions. years Aco it ironic have been deemed marvelous that a traveler desirous of reaching new York eit a from Cincinnati Cleveland Dunkirk Buffalo or Niara Falls could be afforded an Opportunity of setting out on any one of four daily express trains composed of coaches which in elegance of Structure and outfit surpass even the palaces of Royalty and of Bein Gethens safely swiftly and surely transported across country through a Panorama of Ever changing Beauty to the Seaboard. Yet such Are the facilities to Day offered by the Broad quake Erie railway extending in an unbroken line steel rail track Between the Points mentioned and combining in itself All the requisites perfect railway. Western people going East either for business or pleasure will find Thi route unsurpassed in any of the particular that go to Render journey Swift sure and comfortable. In the drawing Boom coaches one May amuse himself by Day or repose at night As delightfully As at Home stopping at spacious and Well conducted dining Halls located at regular intervals along the line. At every turn the traveler needed by some magnificent scenery to which Are added a certain lest and Beauty by the certainty of a punctual arrival at destination. Travellers will consult their own interests of they will ask for tickets via Erie railway which can be procured at All Pirn Cipul of laces throughout the crockery. Fruit House. 18 making u specs ally Dir iii tic fall Aii a Winter Trade of a Larse Annor Tinct of lamps. Tie Fine iii Stock Ever brought into our City. Limaye All sizes All Varl Etlen and at All Pricen to sell by wholesale or retail. Ano Nastke a Spe it Elaty of lanterns or tic Mon t improved make with Enumerable globes strongly put together and Are enabled to offer them at prices hat defy completion. The re flex Tiivi is warranted to increase the Light from a �,0 �010 v a Arxer at least sixty per cent while it adds greatly to the appearance or the . Croc k Ery cutlery spoons fruit jars. Agents for the Ohio stoneware i amps chandeliers Iio oking . Olio resale and retail at the very lowest figures. Cawili axe see is Eves if you i>0 Jot but. No. 86 Columbia st trunks Summit City. T r u n k manufactory. Of the Western states Navins removed to my very Large and con Voncent establishment on Calhonn st. Are now manufacturing All styles of the Moa reliable manner and for the lowest Fob Iorns Elextra packing trunks comm it a double Iron bound �5 s l s i 75 and s3 of. S2 50 Bevel trunk 81 25 to Al 75. Square trunks �1 50 to s2 50. Railroad trunks $4 25 to $4 50. Round top trunks. �6 50 to is 00. Monitor trunks. Is 00 to $10 00. Sample trunks. $12 00 to $18 00. Patent engine. $5 of to �6 of. Extra ladies. �6 50 to �7 50 French Saratoga leather cover a i Inch. $11 00. Toy trunks 12 Inch per dozen s12. Sole leather trunks never out from s18 to $150. Satchels satchels Rush Rajit Hoxie Selling More goods than before the ii a Ocilio Tiomi Oil sugars prunes Coffee amp a. Crushed powdered and granulated 13 cents. White Quot a Quot sugar12 Quot Choice Quot a Quot Quot 11 Quot new orleans9 and 10 Quot Best roasted Coffee 25, formerly 27 cents. Best Rio. Second Quality. Our Tea Trade is continually on the increase. now sell two or three chests a Lay. Our Large purchases of two Hundred chests at a time direct of the importers is the reason we can undersell All others a a there 5s no intermediate profits of the jobber Spe Claytor and wholesale houses to eat it up. On teas go direct into the Consumers hands at a Small a profit. No charge for trying any Quality. All Are warranted to or Money refunded. Youns Hyson per la. 60c, soc $1. Best $1 35 gun powder. Goc Best is 25 Imperial quot60c, Soe 91, Best $1 35 Oblong. 50c, 90c, Best to Japan. Soc Best 81 to chinese Best $1 Louried apples per Pound 9 prunes per Pound 9 , wipes . Sherry per Gal. $1 50 and $2 port wine per Gal., $1 50 and 2 00 Black Berry wine per Gal., 1 50 Cherry wine do 1 50 Catawba wine do 1oc wine in bottles 35 and 50 90c i is 25 new Quot li3ky, per Gal. One Vear old do two do do $1 40 and is 75 old 76, to medical 00 Bott Leil whisky 3�c fish. Fish. All kinds received. White . $400and$550 Mackerel half Bis $6 of. Kits $1 50 and $1 75 codfish per lb.6 ets and t ets herring hair Bis of. Each 1 cent. Boaters 3 cents st i Idiz ribs. Leaver raisins a it or la. Currants per la. Citron per la. Prunes per la. All kinds 15c peaches per can 20 12c tomatoes do 17<= 60c candies per la. 20c and 25 9c i filberts brazils and English nuts Loc off Glish pickles oat meal. Farina. Wheat. Frn Ltd Etc. Havana Choice cigars. Per Box $4 00 and so 00 Good cigars per Box $2 00 and i Quot 00t of b c o o s Ptg Tobio All kinds. 50c, Best Goc smoke us tobacco. Shorts tobacco 3 la. Fine Cut tobacco All goods at one Sair the usual Price least 35 cents on the Dollar at the 35c, 30c of 70c, Best 91 of ton can save at fruit House Russia leather rail Road Duck Morocco Grain leather Plain cloth Victia and �ia3�y other varieties for ladies and gentlemen at the very lowest prices. Repairing Jone to order. for Woodward 4 6 cd st., West Sio Euf the Public Square next door to the Quot big 006. insurance. Loag amp Brown dentists Keystone Block Over Palace of fans Liioi. Good Cotton half Hose for $1.00 Quot Woodward s. Is Quot roasted Coffee eed Cetl to 2�c. Fruit Norsk. The finest Mackerel in the City at Dodez amp Roc Kirill s. To genuine Shell bark Hickory nuts by the ii part or Bushel. Dodez a Roc Kisill. For a Nobby Hai or Cap go to Wood wards 40 Calhoun Street Boxt door to the Quot big a Nice lot of Cincinnati sugar cured hams at 12 i cents per la at Bowex Bros co Iier Barr. Ami Waivie streets. H. , Hotary Public Liand. Insure Ance. Tax paying and collecting agent. Represents the following old and reliable com panics. Tea use insurance company of Hartford conn., capital $15,000,000. Queen fire insurance company of Liverpool amp London. Capital $10,000,000. Office soom 29, Over Post office port wave ind. But a fresh Supply of George s Bank cod Kish just received at Dodez i rockiiii.i/?. 8c per dozen at Bow sex bims. Corner of Barr amp Wayne streets of a a Quot Gold fish Gold Fisalia just received by l. P. Stapleford a Fine lot of cold fish which i will he offered at private Sale for a few Davs Only. Tiie greatest yet. Ten Choice residence lots on East Lewis Street .�200 each. Fifty Ilo Llars Down and balance in one and Vears Avith interest. Inquire of Esquire Dubois Cor. Main and Calhoun streets. Rev. Joseph s. Large of fort Wayne who occupied the pulpit of st. John s at Woodward s May be found All the latest novelties in foreign and american cloths and Cas Sisneres for Nunu Fustur ing pure roses. Or. Thomas Williamp late from one of the lending mer Hanl tailoring North British a mercantile insurance co. Of London amp Edinburg g. Will have intact after deduct in Chicago capital $10,000,000 Pire surplus Over 3,000,000 life assets Aud annuities $11,000,000 or which �1,400,000 is invested in this country and will remain intact for the Benefit of the fire by Sinois of the United Stites. Hod. Hugh Mcculloch of messes. Jay Cooke. Mcculloch amp co. And Junius s. Morran Esq. Successor to Peabody co. Aro Active directors of this company in London. Up to thursday the 9thinst., Over s600,000. Pythis company s losses by the late fire had been paid. Leo. A. Cra5ie, Aires in. All work wanted. C. Neireiter. Jeh it. Beo. J. Eve Mayer amp f. Voirol jewellers no. 39 East diai1v.4t., opposite the fort Wayne and first station Al Banks fort Wayne Indiana but gl1ithin6 House arrival of wages silverware Ano clocks brass Cocks valves pc for Gaa steam and water. Dealer in bought Iron pipe steam and Gas fittings for same. Sheet Lead Lead pipe rubber use pumps by Raulie rams Bath tubs Copper boilers and plumbing material of every description 48 Kast main st a a not Wayne ind. It variety of diamonds Stone Seal rings set rings of All precious stones. Bean Fiftal sets of jewelry ornamented with Coral amethyst amal Kite Ruby Pearl Emerald Topaz and Sapphire stones. Rich assortment of ladies of Cion Clemens watch chains Odd Fellows and masonic pins and charms both new and elegant. Large variety a selected from and Aro therefore Able to sni the most particular the newest designs of Cas tors. Tea sets fruit baskets. Endless varieties of it ups and goblets syrup cups Salters and waiters. Butter bishes vases a Vergnes toilet sets spoon Racks he Ghant tailor we establishment established a. 1858, is the great Centre oif attraction in fort Wayne. Woodward has excelled All his former Effort in the selection of his Stock for the Spring Trade. Woodward a air item set to Fevo Quot hats Caps and gents furnishing goods. Woodward s Stock of foreign and american cloths and Cass Mieres for manufacture info purposes is beyond a doubt the largest in the state. If Yon want a Good a. E Woodward. Proprietor. Public invited to Geo. J. E. Mayer amp f. Voirol s jewelry store to examine their new and elegant assortment of jewelry which just arrived last evening. It will afford them pleasure to show their goods whether people Purchase or Nof. Fre Girr Ute. New in height mox tii Blue line via. Port Wayne Jackson a Saginaw b. B., Michigan Central b. B., great Western of Canada new York Central b. B., Hudson Biver b. B., and Boston it Albany b. To Albany new York Boston Philadelphia Baltimore and All Points in the Eastern states. Through Bills of Landing Given. Rates As Low and time As Quick As by any other route. Leo. E. Jarvis Ais ont s4� Brond or. Y. P. K. , sent 69 womb los. Toim., Isamit a. For rates of Froli hts and general information apply to c. Mix be agent of the it. W., j. I s. R. R. Co., fort w. H. Ernst supt. It. A. A . I Bui Iain cot Sutermeister Becker amp Bond building contractors and dealers in % building Stone Marble and Granite monuments tombstones mantles grates site. Main amp Pijlton-sts., Ort Wayne. Ind. Ix6ai. Stockholder s meeting. Or Orice is hereby Given tha v Jan the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Cincinnati. Richmond a fort Wayne rail Road company will be held at the mayor office in the City of Richmond. Wayne county Indiana on thursday. April 25, 1872, for the purpose of electing eleven new directors for Naid company for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business As maj be brought before them. The books for the Transfer of st Jck will be closed from april 15 until after the election. A a a. Polls open from 9 o clock a. M. To 3 o clock . order of the Board. _ c. C. Binkly secy. I?. Ril. Dimi 23. 1872

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