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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - February 29, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The for it Wayne daily Gaz Kite morning february 29, 18t2. A Lex eels a a lbs liar. Nib vat is72. State Republican ticket. Fou Flot Knor. Qiao. To it boo Ark iof by. I p l Conn tar. It of Unm sat Oak Blok los. A Skidas 8xxton. Of constr mass Cutak Omati . Cubby of a a to Comaty. Rob an it it a or stats. R. A. Win it Cah. Of Howard county. Be to Kasvin or state to Hub. . Of Laim Noe county. Ror Kapok tar of tir suck me coot Coli. Jemsa b. Big of my Rob . Foa cd Kkt 0> tax scr bomb co it Ohab iils Bubo iii. Of Clark county. For or Public b. . Of Marion county. Ron Atto Urr cd dual. Jambs c. Dent of la my county. Ron at i Laok he a. Godi Iob 8. Both. county. In a Cuc Tobb firm . of Van or Borg. Continio Btu Frank , of told . Nixon of Floyd Lin. In pm a fir awful. Of Monan. Suth Dut Riei. Jasaa Job Atoa. See nth Harper of Warren. Ask . Co a it of Wabash. Con tinnnt.-. T. Bryer of Oam a fifth . 8. Taylor. Ofa led. . W. H. Bilk of blk Hart. Keith of Fulton Midar. Of Marthall. It Large. . John fie Harti. Ban.j.8. Baek i. He. A. Woods. The House Nui Sance. Most heartily do ire approve the position and Root a of the Saint a on the a lao Gate . It a making Moat a in rate and reasonable. Reu Atanov age Nat one of the worst Naif Ianora that Erer a attend djae aae and death through s a to. On to Beady night it contained a most Fig Wona a tide getting Forth the Natora of thu Taffil a Yoorga which the butchers on to weat and of the 8� harm s Are inflicting upon a Laige part of the City. Last a to it cd Ntah fwd another equally big a Onia and pointed editorial setting the flt Quot tec Plain letter the Law Whilt time hot cher the a slur Jianbai and the police Are violating �v�s7 a or thoe a laughter hoaxes Aie net a moved. It Calk attention to Power Goa Benedon the City by �1wg�m��1 Amu t0 it by ,.loeaticm of Markum Dot a a Zimni tit re smote Tkv to me fund Peakall have Juris Dietich for two mint in All direct Tun from a i a five Seton s4, of Incorv nation. It then in web the following Rann Narrof Theja a Iwuh a on the Jet -�zi.0 there a an ordinance which a found in 4etifled code of the i Keetion dad Anrit it Miia Aee to carry on contain a set air Bam Ais Kiang Tehong in Cind cd Woitun Ibi Likaits of theaty or we thin n Dia Taace of two Nilea thoe run it Tito my to a Omeo. Sec cd 3 Rondea the manner of of the Ildur Mill put dolt it i senae. And that a bins ted to com riyals ice Oil tion of the Chaj on nne in cml. And Audi other or Inan Esaa May in Heie Affler a nuked by the Conns in. Sein 4 pro Dea that All licensed propriety of Dulk Saneto be demoted and bodied their a Fil lat to shall Kaep to in or premises at All times and teos hive condition a for the Rontal Tif All a to a nary ii on said Bari Mesa a tin a Deposit in any of the wer Cornea ac., in the jurisdiction of the Styf it Abms amp Erie canal pc or on any River Bank. Section 8, Quot no owner or econ Nat of any Dandler s. Shop soap i Iotch a to who by do artillery brewery stable Ottle iwo Abed Bam padding House pig ii so my a i tel to Boose or Render Estat oiment Shau Rafiu the Sune to ber come Nansen in for Flor Sec tits la a to idea a malty of any sum. Between the and one Hundred dollars for the by eco or fit lore to comply with any the Renoir events of that chapter. And new to bring the matter before Yon or. A Jor and you Jessta a respect Tiff aldermen at the Katy and to advise the people who Are die Pac Tiea a to do the work it of a of a a a eng those ordinances As Well Ali who a Lect we quote the mat length Section 14. For the purpose of Wanyin the fowling provision be tha amp a of the Cit provisions into effect it Staj City my. Commisa Imir and Eedeh of the members of Marshia the Street the police Force to ascertain from tinge to time All violations of this chapter and report to the City attorney and mayor for prove cd to Mir a us a he vim Tibbs and Abr this purpose they so Fol be Penni ted at All times to visit or enter into or Quot upon any building lot or ground within the limits of said City or within two Miles there from and Omke examination thereof. It is ice i mainly very strange that ordinances so Plein so just and so necessary for the in the of the City should be Viola to after year against Ibe Earnest protestations of a vixens whose very lives Are Endang red by such violation without any Earnest Effort on the part of the Day authorities to do their Plain duty in the matter although the Slaughter Bouses it the West Ude of town Are Woitun for. Bidden Momita it would not be bad if the wind did not blow so Stead ily fam that direction carrying nauseating and Diana a Laden stench Over the wire Day. This outrage is still further a rated by that con tempt Lew which fills the to. Mary s with Al manner of filth and offal Sudi As naturally collects around a Butcher s shop to be floated Down through a portion of the City polluting the River the atmosphere and the town. If the common Cound would go on a fishing sex Surapon some warm afternoon in june of smut a mile up the St. Mar beginning at the Junction with the St. Jee and have their canoes tipped Over every ten rods by a be Pat met or some other conglomerate Man of rottenness and filth which the butchers Are. Accustomed to Send adrift Down that Active Stream if they lived to get Home would Rush to the Cound chamber it any further argument and do a do like Little Iben Gendemeh we mean Buess and shall Yve you no peace until do just Laws Are executed. The political co Fli tin the Senate. The spirited debate which has been go Ingon in the United states Senate now for about two weeks in one re pet is very much iary the Aroythe senatorial giants in 1830, 5i>ver foot s resolutions. The immortal Murt of that far famed discussion itty to do with the ques tion before the Senate. So in the present a the Fri of the debate has Little to ii a vain quit wac gave Rise to it. Two weeks ago Jmst monday senator in Sumner introduced a Rod Lution amp to tiny appointment of a special committee of seven to inquire into an Alibie unlawful a of arms to agents of the French government during the War with Prussia. If this had been the whole Case it is quite probable that a majority of the Senate would have voted at ence in favor of the investigation. But preceding this ree Olur tion of the Massachusetts senator was preamble whose prolixity would do credit to Garrett Davis in substance assuming facts which it was supposed the investigation would prove and throwing suspicion upon the Secretary of War As honorable and Purs a Man As Ever held oficial position. This preamble implicated the government in violating the Laws of neutrality by knowingly Selling arms to the French to be used against the germans. Behind All this was the quite gen eral belief that senator Sumner s Well known hostility to the administration had More to do with the introduction of the Resolution than the honorable purpose of Clearing the skirts of the country of any supposed Dishonour and the senator s entire course in connection with the matter we regret to say affords no Small foundation for the belief. The entire Case May be stated in a few words it is customary for All governments to sell arms which they do not want whether new or old. Gurgov Emmet bin been Selling since i860, the surplus arms that accumulated during the War. Like a Wise Salesman it has sold them to those who would pay the most for them. Among its Best customers have been messes. Bemington amp sons of new York who ate Large dealers in that kind of merchandise. When the French government during the prussian War became Short of arms its agents bought largely of the Bemington whom it employed agents. As soon however As our government discovered the Bemington to be agents of the French it refused to sell pm any More us in older to observe its own proclamation of neutrality Between the two foreign belligerents. But after Thiers superseded Gam bet As the head of the Finch government he made the discovery that the French paid through their Consul at new York about Emty per cent More for these arms than our government sold them for. Consequently it was apparent without the Aid of a Microscope that somebody to use a most us Active Indiana phrase had been doing a stupendous Job of Quot it skinning Quot and the French government has ordered its minister at Washington to look the mat tee up. With to Little care we have read everything we could find in defense of or. Sumner s Resolution. In closing the argument he May bring Forward some new evidence to materially change the present api Rance of things but his first presentation of the matter was one of the West and least creditable efforts we have Ever known or. Sumner to make. His alleged discrepancy of some two millions Between the reports of the Treasury and War departments which was one of the All. Tons upon which be relied to make out his of has been completely explained away and about the Only thing left thus skin defense is vague us Sidon. The strongest presentation of the that has yet been made in its favor was by senator Schniz. But the Moat that can be said of his Brilliant speech is that it was a very Aue demise of a very weak cause. After Reading his argument upon the three questions raised by him namely 1 whether there had a a Viola tip of the neutrality Law by the government 2 whether the government had violated its own Law limiting the Sale of arms Quot dam aged or otherwise unsuitable for the United states military service or for the militia of the United Sites Quot and 3 whether there is any ground for. Suspicion of corrupt practice connoted with these sales we Are bound to say a one of the jury in this Case so far a the charges made against the Honor and int Rity of the government Are concerned. Not judged by the senator s own speech no violation of neutrality has be proven. It the letter of the Law refer to in the second question was not strictly observed there is no evidence that its spirit was violated. In our opinion senator Schurz did establish his third Point that there is a hand for us Sidon of corrupt practices connected with the final disposition of these arms. But so far it is Only a suspicion Aid a spi of too which Imp Cater Only palate a Evite not a partied of a Vidace has been adduced to implicate the government. In fact the Case a most the go eminent seems to us to have grown weaker with every attempt to Blister it up. It surprises us most of All is that sen Tor Sumner should have volunteered his err idea a the attorney of a foreign nation to impeach the Honor and Good name of Bis own country especially at this precarious crisis in the condition of our Fordon Ida is. Suppose there was some Lite Irr clarity eighteen months ago on the part of the government. If it was not Suff ident to afford ground for com admit which seems to be the a Why should the honorable senator from Massachusetts now Volunteer to put a dub in the hands of a foreign a Tum with which it May hereafter Deal us unpleasant blows. Or. Sumner we cannot help thinking has made a most trouble a ome and grievous mistake which both if welf and his fiends ourselves among the latter have serious cause to regret by Ifil Means let a have thorough investigation of governmental corruption wherever it Nezart Btty let such inv i tion Vot Ite instituted upon some unwarrantable Assumption of criminality which the Moat careful scrutiny May fail to discover. A Quot a the communication in the Gazette yesterday morning concerning the Jackson a Saginaw b. B., which we neglected to refer to both from the character of the article and the writer deserves the attention of every Indiana stockholder in that Road. The author of the a tide referred to gave More Money so we Are informed to build that Road than any other Man in Indiana and has a right to know whether the company has been doing business on the Square or not. The Chicago times gave us on tuesday Nodier specimen of that remarkable newspaper Enterprise so characteristic of that wonderful City. It sent two reporters to Omaha to meet the japanese on their Way to Chicago and on tuesday morning published thirteen columns of solid minion giving a minute account of the entire expedition and much valuable information concerning the strange history and customs of Japan. Chicago against the world for anything the Bistro cit7. Interesting letter from Chicago the City viewed by gaslight. New hotel with a Beautiful Barber pole in front. Wab Asli ate. A a tarted into a regular Basdne As Street. The Little seven by none shanties scattered Over the Burnt District. Corrca Poydence of the fort \va7no Gay site Chicago viewed by gaslight. It was late in the evening when i arrived in Chicago. As we Rode through the City i peered curiously through frosted windows and caught glimpses of ruins that looked weird enough in the gaslight but we were rapidly whirled into More favored regions where the Quot fire fiend Quot had not come and where warmth and Welcome awaited us. The results of the fire Are quite As apparent on Wabash Aud Michigan aves. A in the Burnt District. On Michigan-ave., More than a mile from the former business Center i look out upon a new hotel in the opposite Corner with a Beautiful Barber s pole in front the Quot grand Central hotel Quot a few doors North and the printing office of the Prairie Farmer in the rear in what before the fire was a stable of one familiar with the former quiet aristocratic air of Wabash-ave., it seems very Odd to see its magnificent residences converted into houses of merchandise covered with signs of lawyers Bankers insurance agents and real estate men Tempo mry show rooms built out to the Street displaying All manner of wares and sewing machines trunks boots and shoes clothing etc., offered for Sale in the parlor and basements of elegant Stone fronts. Miller amp Matson the great jewellery of old Chicago occupy handsome houses on opposite Corners near Plymouth Church. Half a mile further South the music men have congregated. Smith amp Nixon and Lyon amp Healy Hob Nob fraternally together what used to be the Christian Church. Boot it Cady Are near by while Quot heed s Temple of music Quot towers grandly behind them in the upper Story of a pretentious livery stable. Field Leiter amp co. Condescend to a More location on the Comer of state and twentieth its but Are very commodious by established in a Large building formerly used for car stables. The other prominent dry oods merchants Are scattered some in state some in Twenty-second-St., and some on the West Side. On Michigan ave. To la dwellings Are not so much used for business purposes but the entire Lake Shore formerly called Lake Park is filled with buildings put up for temporary use and occupy principally by furniture hardware and wholesale grocery and provision dealers though among Theja i noticed the printing office of the evening Post and the pension Agency. The Buiwit dist Eicr. In the Burnt District i was greatly disappointed. I looked for desolation but found Only intense activity for ruins but found them so thickly interspersed with building in various degrees of completion that scene was suggestive of future Prosperity rather than of the pest terrible calamity. I said of one and another imposing Structure surely that must have escaped the fire. 1 could scarcely believe that m Many substantial buildings could have been erected in these few inclement months. Surdy such an am font of Phoenix ing was never so speedily done since the Days of fables and Chicago should be christened anew Phoeni Ziana. A few of the ruins As of the stately Stone churches and the Cote by House Are still undisturbed and decidedly pict Reader but the Grot be a quite predominant. The Little seven a nine shanties scattered All Over the Burnt District occupied As office restaurants eto., let we so pert and saucy marched on the ruins of Marble palaces. The signs too strewn thickly every where directing to present. Pineci from duty for a a were holding High carnival and frolic Kilmr about climbing the pack end Walls and Trees peering Over piles of Brick and lumber and playing hop scotch among the rubbish the Van now f0bh8 of beef. And protective Pimes of business seated to me a very comical aspect As if the signs of the Day relieved i heard much of the various forms of Relief the general Relief the special Reky of depots die Burr Mission where from seventy to eighty women have been constantly employed making up garments for distribution and the Stewart Relief especially for the my of women which is just dosed with a few to hound dollars and six Hundred applications on file. These Are supplemented by private charities and by societies in the different Churchea that escaped the fire. The Relief bits Ines has been thoroughly systematized and every precaution is taken to distinguish Between the worthy and the unworthy. Still there Are com its made to those made Hodess and it Ute thrown out of employment and in Many cases impaired in hcs tub by exposure and privation. The statement was made by one connected with the Relief work that five thousand infants were existed to be added to the population of Chicago this Spring for whom provision most be made. Poor Little innocents thrown literally on the Charity of the world. Prof. Swing gathers his scattered congregation formerly numbering Dight Hundred All but if of whom were Burnt out in Standard Hall 0n Sabbath Airai Here i went and heard a discourse so strikingly original so full of Bea Imri. Thoth Ghleb and illustrate oils As to Mark it a Quot White Day Quot in my Sabbath experiences. Alas tit the Quot might have beens Quot that i might have heard prof. Swing in fort Wayne and did not will henceforth be to me an Ever recurring source of regret. Among the pleasant evenings of my Sta in Chicago wis one spent at a reunion Given to the friends and students of the women s medical College at the Resi Dence of Mia. Fernando Jones in Prairie ave. A few years since the Experiment was tried of admitting women to the Chicano is dial Coue but it. Was. Found impracticable and a separate institution was Forine for their Benefit which Haab a in sumo earful opera tion for two or three years. Or. A Ord is fees Ideiil and i waa Muc gratified to hear him Bear testimony to the satisfactory pro Greas and especially the thoroughness of the ladies As com during favourably with the attainments of their brother students in the Healing Art. It is encouraging to hear from one in his potion the opinion that the prejudice against female phys Dan is rapidly wearing away Aad that hereafter they will be numbered among the a physicians of their times. A mrs. Fernando Jones the lady patroness of the women s College is the president of the woman suf Frage association of Illinois. Now if there Are any antediluvian extant who still cling to the 0u> idea ii of the woman s rights advocate a Cret ure loud Sharp angular with Bloomer dress and Blue Cotton umbrella i would like to present to them a picture of mrs. Jones Petite and Lovely with charming manners presiding gracefully Over one of the most Degant Homes in Chicago. In her House i War further honoured by making the acquaintance of the renowned miss literary notes. A Justin Mccarthy has published in London a Little Book on Quot prohibitory legislation in the United Park Godwin has resumed work on his Quot history of France Quot the first volume of which was published a dozen years ago. A Oliver optic s next Book will be Quot Northern lands Quot describing for Young America at Home a tour through Germany and Russia. A the usual quickening demand Lor his works consequent on an author s death is noticeable on those of the late Henry t. Tucker Xan especially his Quot Book of the a the saturday a review in its notice of the rather Levero strictures of or. Dickens of the americans in the first volume of Forster s Quot life of Dickens Quot says Quot Dickens View of the american character is incomparably More Lively but scarcely More profound than that of the first British Bagman who might have been travelling through the country with All Bis natural prejudices fresh upon him. Nobody Ever Rew a More Lively picture with so slight opportunities but for anything like real insight into the More deeply seated defects or merits of the National character we must go personal. A or. Bayard Taylor is on a lecturing tour in the far West. A Ole Bull recently made a visit of a week s length at the Home of sex governor Seward. A mrs. Fair has been allowed to walk out of jail in custody of the sheriff to Settle some family affairs. She seemed Stout and Well. A Joaauin Miller s True name is Cincin-natu3 a Niue Miller. To was born in the Wabash District of Indiana on the 10th of november 1841. A John m. Carleton father of will m. Carleton the poet died at his residence near Hudson on Friday last aged seventy years. Or. Carleton was one of the first settlers in that Vicinity. A a lady of new Albany Indiana while travelling in Germany was betrothed to a German Baron and a grand wedding is in Prospect at the Home of the lady on wednesday next. A in 1847, Henry Ward Beecher then Astor of the second presbyterian Church Indianapolis on a salary of $400, placed Bel fore the directory Lis Railroad. Himself in nomination before the director for the Madison and Ludi Anapo lot the election on the Twenty seventh bal resulted in the late governor Brough of Ohio. A Syracuse is the Home of a veritable Prodigy in the shape of a Young Man who professes the Power of singing two parts of a tune at a same time. His name is Wesley Arnold and he is a member of the Syracuse University. A correspondent of the Standard says Heaston Sheda recent gathering of clergymen by singing clearly and sweetly the Bass and Soprano of Quot old Washington items. People who make a among the literary their Winter Homes in Washington Are mrs. Southworth mrs. Ann 8. Stevens mrs. Mary Clemmer Ames mrs. Mary a. Dennison and frs. Harrist Prescott spot Ford. A or. Robert t. Lincoln is in Washington with his wife the daughter of senator Harlan whose guests they Are. Or. And mrs. Lincoln will be in the capital several weeks. Or. Lincoln slightly resembles his lamented father and is a Brilliant Aud witty conversationalist. A mrs. Southworth the novelist is Thui chattered about Quot Tallis in figure with full forehead Well balanced head thoughtful Gray eyes and a face denoting intellect of the deliberate reasoning kind she seems likelier to be a writer of the Martineau order than of the imaginative style. She has two children or. Richard 5. Southworth a much esteemed physician of Georgetown and Charlotte Emma Lawrence the wife of or. James v. Lawrence an officer in the United states Grant and Forney United they stand. Read. Estate s. T. Amp h. T. Hanna dealers in real estate life amp fire insurance collection agents and notary Public. S e Sof poo acres of vim Protch Lind. 200 in la Tab in the City of fort Wayne. 100 ont idiots in tie a Ity of fort Wayne. 23 in Lota in the City of Cal Cago. 20 improved farms. And magnificent Pine land. Of Michigan. Vuey Naiad for the amount and Taluc of its a number. All offer Dand . Long time Ven and Low rates of interest Ankoud. Have also six store rooms of rent they buy and sell All kinds of securities such a sonics stocks City and county orders Etc they Are also prepared to give insurance policies on lives and on All classes of buildings and personal property at Low rates and in first class companies. Toby represent life association of America co. Union fire insurance co. Fireman s fund fire insurance co Andes fire insurance co. Call upon them and learn particulars. Office hours from 8 a. M. To 5 p. M. Office one door North Fost office. Groceries. The prmi4l�s�tai Nina a a Lolita. From the Philadelphia evening bulletin of Friday president Grant pud a flying visit to Philadelphia last evening which was very pleasant in its circumstances and very significant in Ita of Edwion. The president was the guest of John w. Fonejr esq., by whom he was most Hinn Diomely entertained the hos Mable Host Thering a at him a very Jaxsen Maibie of Ihei Bast representative men of Philadelphia receive and Welcome the chief. Magis trate. We Are wholly aver a to the irad taste which dra the detail of private him or unities Letb i tit Bat thei is no impropriety in referring to this pleasant occasion because its obvious mini finance was of much interest and importance at this time. Eager gossips a have seized non the retirement of or. Forney from the custom House and ascribed it with that strange proclivity to attribute mischievous Nio Tives to the most transparent acts which character ize so much of the a Ommon talk of the Day to a Tor Jual or politic breach of relations Between the president and his collector at this Ort. By a very Agre ble piece of social strategy the Unkow this corps of quid a incs Jimias been com play turned and the perfect Accord be twin the president and his retiring Foll demonstrated in a Way that leaves no room for further suspicion or difference of opinion. The Opp Unity to give sult a practical demonstration of tha fact that or. Forney does not re enter the profession in w hich he of Cumiea a distinguished Ai influential position otherwise than As a ardent Friend and advocate of the administration has been most tastefully improved and the Hopes of the dior Gan piers and Quot sore Heads Quot who counted upon a new element of dissent in or. Ferney s relinquishment of what he aptly called last night Quot the abbr and losses of Public office Quot Are crushed. President Grant in his quiet easy dignified enjoyment of an a vetting of relaxation from the merciless exaction of his official duties has Given an unspoken denial to All the fictions of Juhe gossips and has re timed to the harness having neglected no Public duty while he has gracefully availed himself of this method to prevent that injury both to himself and his Host of last evening which the enemies of both were anxiously and busily seeking to info if. A Ever on the Lookout for that which is novel the Gay world has eagerly seized on leap year As an occasion for a Little Gayety out of the usual routine and has introduced leap year parties. Last week in Washington a very handsome entertainment of this kind was Given. The ladies solicited the gentlemen s company received them when they arrived escorted them into the drawing room invited them to dance took them to supper and helped them to ices and oysters with All the Assiduity of practice Cavaliers occasionally potting the Reci its to the Blush. In one of our in Lii a cities the proceedings were carried still further. The ladies invited the gentlemen then called in carriages and attended them to tha party presenting boy its and alter the party was Over even conveyed Thein Home. Susan b. Anthony. Even in her the Veteran agitator of the woman question i failed to discover any of the frightful demoralizing de magnetizing insults our dear gentlemen friends Tell us must inevitably follow the bold aggressive ideas of the woman suffrage a try. Her persistent battling with Quot the times and the manners Quot have left no scars on her pleasant face and her elegant dress showed that while we May a resume she is not t Yinfu to each a husband she has not lost the womanly desire Quot to make herself attractive Quot my acquaintance with these representative women miss Anthony Earnest and by but dignified and Ladylike and mrs. Jones with her Lovely children and Elliant Home has confirm cd me in my belief that the sentiments of the woman suffrage a try will not disturb Quot the purity happiness and Prosperity of american Homes and american women. A w. Ror a Mommy outa for App Recai tion tet Oil of c. A Wallin i Ink or coloured photo francs Over Hamilton s Bank Calhonn St. Wooi a. Summit City Woolen Mills established 1838. Aro used in All the adjoining states and Gie . Our Are in Good style and taste. Our flannels amp blankets Are All Wool and warranted. Dor Gas nets jeans. And tweeds cannot be excelled let All Call who desire to save Money and get excellent goods. Cash paid for Wool. No Conon or shoddy mixture. Wool taken Isom the a rower and exc Aniced for goods at manufacturers prices saving Large profits to the consumer. Oar Frisch Banna a co. Fort Wayne ind. On the Corner of main amp Hamson its Dodez amp Rockhill Are opening a Large new Stock to of groceries Brt Man that skates on too thin ice will sooner or later Quot get his feet wet. Quot so Well any merchant who attempts in these enlightened Days to transact his business on the old style system of a Small Trade High prices and big profits. We have five stores and expect the coming year to retail Over a million of dollars and every one of those stores is a living witness to the Success of the policy of Low prices fair dealing and Good treatment to All there is nothing we detest More especially in a merchant than Quot shoddy Titis habit of snubbing people they do not dress in Silks meets with no of empathy from us. We said a year ago and reiterate it now Quot Tofit a a f9 Quot the want of it the and Rich and poor alike will receive in the future As they have in the past the same courteous treatment at our hands. We shall be More watchful than Ever that our extraordinary Success shall not Lead us into Quot ways that Are dark and tricks that Are we have Faith in the people and our tales that Are now equal to any other two stores combined show that the people have Faith i i us. We believe in War. Tie following prices will inaugurate the Spring Battle to carpets and dry goods Good cottage Cari efs 2oc, 30c, 40c and 50c. Handsome ingrain carpets 50c, 60c, 65c and 7oc. All Wool two ply carpets 75c to $1 25 a Yard. English Brussels carpets $1 25 a Yard. 100 dozen Stair hods 95c a dozen and upwards. Floor Oil cloths All widths very cheap. 3-4, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 Cane and Cocoa matting cheap. Also immense Lota of drug gets velvet Mats Crumb cloths rugs out door Mats amp a. The above carpets were contracted for before the big Advance in prices and As our Stock of carpets is the largest in fort Wayne no person can do themselves Justice in buying before examining them for prices Are now lower than wholesale rates in new York City. Tors be our Eis tire Stockl hard Wax. Sony. W. Oakley to dealers in foreign and Domestic he and Carriage trimmings &e., 79 Columbia. Street 1872. Brt cd it of its and Nono fort Wayne ind. 1872. Oppor timidity now of ered. To tie Trade at a. S. Evans amp co s 33 and 35 Clinton and 41 main its. Faiet wily site x2tjdxjl2�otjl importers Aad deafen a of Merrimack Cocheco Pacific and Sprague prints at 9 and 10c a Yard. Also great bargains in alpacas notions and dues a oods we Are Selling muslims and sheeting at less than the wholesale prices in new York Yard wide English prints at 12c, Worth 25c. Funi shawls and All Winter goods at less than Cost. Coats and glares Cotton 5c a spool. Foster brother Snew York City Stop be. 94 Columbia goo Sand notions being awake to the interest of our Cua Tomem we Are in Market ahead of the late heavy Altanee i Cotton and woolens Aad Are now receiving id a edit be stocks whith we offer at great Baqi on. A orders solicited. Which will be care tally and promptly fixed buy the teis Rozs 3-cob.xd to sex Jet Ltd wholes ii grocery Huestis to Hamilton. Orocbrie5.ferdinand f. Boltz de Aleein new oods a received daily. We keep the Best apples potatoes and vegetables of All mass. Read also our Bill of fare. Canned fruits of All kinds a general assortment of Coho i Blok weird Pickels. Lea a Errata sauce Ruberry Jamb. Finest teas in the City. Boyette s Flavouring extracts. New basins almonds Citron Fez try. Fine. Wilde be son s around spices warranted pure. J. Hostyn s Boneless sardines. Tanir Itaman Maee Aroni and Verma Cilli. New York state factory cheese. Maltby s oysters always on hand. Fine table syrup. Nuts of All kinds. Pure cider Vinega. Cranberries by Tho quart or Bushel. Celery. Mess Mackerel. Leo. B a s cod fish. No place like the Corner of main amp Harrlson its for Choice table butter. Meat Market. The in a meat Market of fort Wayne. F. Eckart amp co., sausage makers wholesale and retail dealers in beef pork sausage and a kinds of meat. Open All Houn Day and hot. Calhoun Street. Opposite court Holise groceries provisions oysters a canned goods fruits of a.11 kinds in to exr season 2sro. 88 a St. Miscellaneous. The Best Roll butter and Fresoli eggs constantly on band. 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. Sugars. Crushed granulated and powdered 14c Standard a not a 121c other sugars in proportion. Canned 600cs. All Standard packers no Slop goods. Tomatoes 2 lbs 18c a .3 Quot 25c peaches 2 Quot 20c Quot 3 Quot 30c Mcmurray s sugar Cut a 30c Pine apples 30c blackberries 20c canned Salmon 1 it .30c Quot 2 Quot 50c Green peas 2 Quot 25c coffin. Good Eio 23c Choice Eio 25c Ceylon 28c Java 30c o. I Java guaranteed 35c teas. Tie Best in the Market japans 90c, is to $1.20. Long is to �1.35. Young Hyson $1, $1.25, �1 50. Best $1.60 just remember that Yon can t buy the Best Young Hyson at $1.25 when import Eis Chai from $1.25 to $1.40 for those grades. Aut i can sell you for $1.25 As Good a Tea As any establishment in the City offers. Teas. Tie Best in the Market japans 90c, is to $1.20. Long is to �1.35. Young Hyson $1, $1.25, �1 50. Best $1.60 just remember that Yon can t buy the Best Young Hyson at $1.25 when import Eis Chai from $1.25 to $1.40 for those grades. Aut i can sell you for $1.25 As Good a Tea As any establishment in the City offers. Soaps. From 5 o 10c a bar. The old Central grocery still in the Field with goods As Low As the lowest carriages. Amp of. Garrai6e factors and warehouse no. 11 East Jefferson St. We arc prepared to make Fine carriages. Spring wagons Omni basses Street cars machinists. Fort Wayne machine works j. H. Manufacturer of and every kind of a Teli icle of the Best material finest and most durable styles and for the lowest prices. We have skillful workmen employed and can duplicate the styles and prices of Eastern manufactories. The Public is invited to examine our work. . Pianos. goes. B�?88 x Stiffl dealer sin pi6ir0n,Coke,goal, Lehigh Lackawanna a a ugh Iogha by Blacksmith and Canne Coal of All Sites constantly on hand for Shipmen or City delivery. Also hanging Rock Salis Bury. Massillon Lake Superior and �11 othe Trade Sopio icon a a. A a orders maybe left at Bwint Smith a c Ner Clinton and w Ayne i Orff s hns ical warehouse. First Chiass of fax a of. The Steck a in surpassed. The a Haven Quot a first class. The a Decker a a India panted. These instruments Are Well known to the Public thoroughly made and of filtered at very Low prices. Organs Blelis Klemons a altars ac., dee., Are also sold Here for Little Money. Cau examine prices and Stock and Yon will Purchase at ii. Orff s musical warehouse banvst., Between main a engines fined or tabular All Sites. Saw amp amp Rist Mill machinery and Mill flt Gisbina goods. Sole agents for Jodson s celebrate i steam 60yem0bs and Stillwell amp Pierce s Patent Heater and Lime wheels clinic a term i car Laden ran Road amp car castings build Nir Coumbs rates Rai liars ac., made to order. Engines boilers and general machinery promptly repaired. Competent millwrights always on hand to tarnish drafts and specifications and superintend putting up on Mills. Special attention is called to our Ime of Wood working machinery consisting in part o wis ill s improved spoke and axe handle laths fellow saws stave cutters Reading Jointer. Bin Alising saws it to wholiesiegroceil�83 and 85 Columbia Call the attention of the Trade to on Lumene . 1,000 sacks. Eio Long Mayra Maracaibo o. G. Java. Singa Pue ground and boasted Hummel s essence &c.miscellanequs. Ten car Load of assorted wooden Ware starch Vin a shot Tea cans canned fruits Gnu Cdr o and Kopek Fisli spices &c.tobacco. The largest Stock in the West. Quot dark Sweet plug of All styles Bright plug Fine Cut and smoking cigars at manufacturer s prices. We Are the sole proprietors of the celebrated Quot mad Anthony Wayne tobacco sugars. So a amp a. Snik Are. 7 500 barrels Cut Limpf crushed powdered granulated a. Sugar b. Sugar sex. Sugar a. And sex. C., g. Yerow new Orleans deme Rara Porto Bico Cuba clarified mus Covada. Ups and molasses 1,000 barrels. Whit Silver drips. Golden drips Crystal Amber new Orleana molasses mus Covada. Teas. 500 half Chest. Young Hyson Hyson Imperial Gunpowder Oblong Sokchong Japan a the. Especial attention is invited to candies of our own manufacture which Are All Wylie a is Reid we duplicate new York prices with the addition Only of freight. All orders promptly and Mir my fixed. Sei std for Giro Xii. dry i immense sacrifice in White goods a Oralf till. 50,000 draw tile of All Sixes now ready and for Sale at the tile Ard at the East end of Wayno-St., Nicaj Lom stocks Brick Yard. All orders from a distance promptly attended to and delivered on Tho cars if requested by addressing c. P. Cr0u8e, fort Wayne 1 n we will offer for the next 30 Days our entire Stock of Drew goods cloaks shawls furs and fan a goods at less than Cost. Elegant Irish Poppins $1.25 Worth $1.75. Silk dress velours $1.25, Worth $1.50 and $1.75. Quot Irish Poppins 28 , $1.50, Worth $2.00. Best qualities of sat teens 75 cents. Good Quot Quot Quot 60 cents. All fancy dress goods reduced one half in original at half Price our $40.00 cloaks reduced to $25.00. Our $30.00 Doaks reduced to $20.00. Cheaper grades reduced in like proportion. Our elegant Stock of Astrachan cloaks marked Down to $25.00.fxjiis i curb our $75.00 Mink Seta reduced to s50.00. Our $60.00 Mink Seta reduced to $40.00. Our $50.00 Mink Seta reduced to $35.00. Cheaper furs in like proportion. We flu Clyae out on eat re atomic of Stawls at Letb than coat Buie Inezy goods red Ved to More Plum Ludo ice. O. Oil diff a pc co fort Wayne Indiana. A a

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