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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - January 1, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The Foet Wayne daily Gazette monday morning. January 1. 1872.abt 2nd Root amp company will commence their great Semi annual closing Sale Prevas inventory feb nary 1st. Ask neral reduction in prices has been made in a very department and Closa Cash buyers can secary some great bargains furs Jet and Beisaw Cost dress goo sat a seat reduction shawl sat and Bei it of Cost cloaks Koa Deess of Kaighe shirt sat and bei4>w coot bedvce1� it Price gloves Cimurs out fancy goodsro6a��maa of blankets fancy silk sat a a beat a eduction Black Silks much Traeb Beai Talce or also special bargains in housekeeping goods Domestic Cotton goods Gingham. Cloths Ca Mimms jeans. Fancy woolens notions Etc. thirty Days Only a Root amp Gorp alias a a ooi.iniibia-8t. 8.x.mob88. A at Suttor. Mohbat. Lab vat 1, Ute. The cite or a Bis. A Happy new year. A the criminal court will Convene Mumrow. A two. Marriage news were i amp sued Sio orday. A a the Post oif Iee win Only be open until 10 of Dock Day. Quot Oejia safer of Zeal estate was entered for recoil saturday. A Balate was fired last evening As a parting tribute the old year. A the Quot Sty items Quot and business no tick Quot will be found on our third Page. A a handsome Oriel window will be placed in the Cathedral within a few weeks a it is hardly the Correct thing begin 1872 by getting drunk. So be careful Young men. _ a a new year s vices will be held today in the Trinity lutheran and several other churches. A two car loads of emigrants passed ova the p., it w. Amp c. E. W. Yesterday afternoon bound West. A the usual amount of poor whisky was consumed on amp sturday evening which led quite a number of Quot set no arrests. A be appointment of the new Bishop for the diocese of fort Wayne has been made and name will be announced some time this month. A messes. Beeler amp Falker at their res Quarant near the South depots Grill offer their friends an elegant free lunch Day brining at ten o clock. A most of our exchanges publish a Lofing list of ladies who receive callers Day. Which shows that the increased Observance of the Day is not confined fort Wayne. A there was a Good attendance at the Lunk saturday night. We Hope that this popular place of resort May continue be a patronized during the remainder of the season. A Are. Langley who was so severely injured by the runaway Accident in Colum beast on Friday evening in ii re comfortable and St Hig Hopes be entertained of her Complete recovery. A the diary lies were Well attended yesterday and the services were generally very impressive. Lack of space prevents the publication of abstracts of the most noticed it be discourses delivered in our City pulpits As is our custom a no paper will be issued from this Folke Morrow morning As Day will be observed As a Holiday by Quot we us and the counting room will be open until 10 o clock a. M., Day for the transaction of business. A we. Publish Day a carefully compiled can Mold Cal table of the most important local events occurring daring the past year. This has been prepared with a great Deal of care and will be found useful for reference. This is a Good number of the Gazette preserve. A we Hope that those of our ladies who Reo Cive callers Day will show their Good sense by refusing offer any kind or description of liquors their gentlemen friends. The entertainment will be com plete without and the ladies will begin the new year the a Clear conscience. Some of the members of the now sportsman club in this City jul have a Pigeon shooting match at the skating Park the afternoon the primary Olget of which is test the accuracy and general merits of different guns among which Are the Parker Greener and Pritchard guns. And Toisy on free. A we do not know what was the origin of the custom of making and receiving item years Calls but whatever it May have been it is certainly a very pleasant and Asp Ropte Obs tone. We publish Eben wire the revised list of eighty two names of those ladies who Are expecting entertain their friends Day and we believe that it is entirely Complete. In. 18tl. Record of local events. In nary. 11. 12. Weal i 24. 29. 30. Balance in the state Treasury $268,-474 71. The Toledo Ava Bash a Western Railroad Bridge Over the Mauree River at Defiance Ohio completed for travel. The assessors of the several townships met at the court House. A Large House situated on the Jackson property about a mile East of town and occupied by we. Fleming a milk dealer was destroyed by fire. Miss Liehe Dean the skat orial Queen at the rink. Meeting of the state legislature. Fire discovered in Keil i Bro s Book store. The october term of the common pleas court closed its labors. The Chapel of the first Presb Terian Church at Wabash dedicated. Peter Riser celebrated the Battle of new Orleans. Joseph Davis arrested for stealing turkeys and committed jail in default of $200 bail. Michael Gallagher killed by a log rolling upon him six Miles from the City. Mayor Randall delivered his report the common Council on the Holly a ter orb. A the Kew Haven Bridge completed and visited by the county commissioners. John Chappell died aged 52. Signs of Winter disarm ear. The or Lovely and mild. Commencement of the contested election ease Between we. T. Abbott and Henry j. Rudisill for county auditor. Mrs. William Ewing died 6 i years of age. A terrible storm of Snow and sleet visited Valparaiso. The Readic Ftfe of Alderman Prentiss burglarized. Destructive fire at Warsaw ind. Loss $100,000. The will of mrs. Esther Ewing proved. The Indiana editorial convention met it Indianapolis. A Posl office established at Wallet Allen county ind. Geo. Place killed at Decatur ind., by a log rolling upon him. Extension of the Blue line fast freight company via. The Michigan Central and the fort Wayne Jackson amp Saginaw railroads fort Wayne. Decision of judge Lowry in the Abbott is. Rudisill contested Quot election Case in favor of h. Rudisill. The common Council passed an ordinance prohibiting boys from playing marbles in the streets. D. S. Warner died aged 38 years. In the supreme court judge Downier delivered the opinion of the court affirming 5 per cent damages the decision of the Allen county circuit court in the Case of Thomas Bid die is. Hugh b. Reid. The teachers association wet at the High school building. Bernard Schmelkes died at new Haven 43 years of age. Death of mrs. Harriet Leonard wife of or. P. Left award aged 45. The German citizens celebrated the capture of Paris by the prussian army. 12. 13. 15. 18. 19. 22. 23. 24. 26. 27. 28. Feb Nurt the state Temperance Alliance met at by miss Lillian Edgarton. Lecture of professor Sehman on the atmosphere. The old omnibus company s stables destroyed by fire. Death of Hon. Andrew Davidson judge of the supreme court in 1855. Arrest of Dalson the Humboldt Allen county murderer. At an election of the agricultural and horticultural society the following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year president Hon. F. P. Bandall vice presidents j. W. Doswell d. Geiseking and Martin Bell Secretary e. H. Mcdonald treasurer Adam link. Macevoy s hib Mican at Colerick s opera Hilse. Commencement of the Sale of land for taxes. Organization of the first Quot Necktie party in fort Wayne. The elopement of a Man named Wooderson with the wife of a Man named Barton at Van Wert Ohio. Lecture of prof. Do Chai Ilu. The Sale of lands on the delinquent tax list closed. William Hays sentenced four Yeai in the Penitentiary for the robbery of the residence of or. Prentiss. A Young son of capt. B. White poisoned by swallowing nearly a Box of percussion Caps. Suicide of James h. Shephard at the St. Joseph Hospital. Intemperance the cause. The Bridge on the t., w. Amp w. R., three Miles this Side of town burned Theodore Dorr commences a libel suit a not the fort Wayne Sentinel claiming $3,000 damages. The dead body of John Michael Meyers found on the ice in the canal at the Foo of Monroe St. Intemperance the cause. The Good templars of ? held their convention at Zenda Ville. The will of mrs. Ewing stamped. The value of the Stamps used was $150. James Shephard the suicide was buried. William Hays and Edward Burns convicted of robbery and taken Toji Ich Jan City. Mrs. Anna Catherine Diamond killed at the Lafayette St. Crossing by being struck by a locomotive. Christopher Peterbaugh killed by jumping from the cars. Frederick Gerke seriously injured by a log rolling off his Wagon and Over Bis body. Celebration of their Silver wedding by or. And mrs. Davis of this City. Meeting of the Allen county agricultural and horticultural society. Cantata of Esther by the Beethoven society. A Man named Rhinehart Fox fatally kicked by a horse throwing him fifteen feet. Robbery of the new Haven Post office. Explosion of the boiler in the spoke and Hub factory of messes. H. W. Backley amp co., at Decatur. The building was torn pieces and two men killed and twelve injured. Charles Grunde a Little fellow three years old terribly burned by a spark from the stove. Death of Charley grumble. A Little boy named in Erich while a laying with a pocket knife fell the Blade entering the body just above the heart. Four wooden tenement houses on the North Side of Wayne-St., East of. Hanna-St., destroyed by fire. Father Heeke. Lectured in the Cathedral on Quot Luther on the fire on East Wnter-St., opposite the Gas works. Damage Small. Concert by miss Adelaide Phelps. Water in the canal very Low and the Mills All Idle. 17. George Francis train s second lecture. 19. Michael Gorman beat his Fife in a ter Rible manner. The following officers Avert elected preside Over the Keki Onga base Ball club president c. Dawson vice president Max. Nirdlinger Secretary George j. E. Mayer directors Mort Dawson George j. E. Mayer l. Fleming s. Lum Bard w. W. Rockhill Louis new Berger and a. W. Alright. 20. Henry Cool convicted of grand larceny started for Michigan City. Or. Van Meredith starts for Utah. The Barbers agree close up their places of business on sunday. 21. The Wabash Valley dental association held its seventh annual meeting in Lafayette. 22. Water let into the canal. The Transfer freight House of the Pittsburg fort wave Chicago and the Toledo Wabash 4 Western railroads completed. 23. Seven prisoners in the county jail. Lawrence Hall a brakeman killed at Lafayette a whole train of cars passing Over his body. 24. Destruction of the old grist Mill by fire. Resignation of John l. Shaw. Superintendent of the grand rapids Indiana Railroad. Destruction of the be silence of or. A. My Webb by fire Corner of Wayne and Jackson streets. Loss ,000. The residence of 2ieil Mckay burglarized. Resignation of the Rev. Or. Gay. Pas Tor of the Church of the Good Shepherd. A Little daughter of or. James Lillie Quot run Over by a Carriage and seriously injured. Or. George a Wing thrown from his Carriage his nose broken and otherwise seriously injured. Or. Calvin Thomas of Lake township thrown Frem his Wagon and acc Vivol serious injuries. County officers receive copies of the new fee and salary Bill. A thirteen and a half ton casting made at Bass s foundry. 25. 28. 29. 3�. 21. 22. 24. 26. 29. 1�. Klarck. Navigation on the canal opened. First Thunder storm of the year. Sixth examination of the Public schools commenced. Appointment by the governor of messes. I. D. G. Kelson l. A. Burke and John Sutherland trustees of the Purdue University. Or. James Skinner aged 85, married miss Nancy Platter aged 23. A Little child of mrs. Otto burned death at Cedarville Allen county. Lecture by George Francis train. A stable destroyed by fire on Francis St. Loss $100. Grand masquerade Ball at Eckart s Hall. Important chemical discovery in Liap Tea Gas by h. I. Edgerton. A freight car burned on the Pittsburgh fort Lavayne amp Chicago R., near Chicago. Foster Brothers sold $600 Worth of carpets. Intent of Jacob sack Constable for Marion township. Woman suffrage convention organized in Hamilton Hall. A Bam belonging a or. Carter two and a half Miles from town struck by lightning it and destroyed. Henry Brink had his fore Finger and thumb frightfully lacerated by a saw. Finger amputated. April. A a. The 2gth anniversary of the Allen county Bible society held it the first presbyterian of lurch. Two barns and two houses belonging or. Christian Barth on the Piqua Road destroyed by fire. Loss $1,800.a barn belonging or. Oliver Hanna situated near the toll Gate on the new Haven Turnpike destroyed by fire. Loss $1,s00. K William Bradbury resigned the of Constable of pleasant township. Completion of the second census of the cite giving fort Lavayne 18,690 inhabitants a gain Over the first enumeration of 831. Andrew Brently no or Hung for the murder of his wife at Lima Ohio. Edward Mcelfatrick died aged 79. I. An unknown Man killed at Lagro by a passenger train. An old barn situated in the rear of Mermann amp Dammeir s grocery destroyed by fire. Loss $300. Trunk of William Simon a travelling agent robbed of $800 Worth of jewelry at the Aveline House. I. Julius Kuhfus 22 years of age had his left leg crushed on the Wabash Road. Drs. Meyers and Avo Kilworth amputated the fractured limb. It. The Northern Indiana annual conference of the E. Church began its sessions at Huntington. The supreme court of the. State decided the Railroad tax Law Alid. I. A magnificent auroral display. Termination of the o Connell acid Mckee suit. The verdict i is the plaintiff $1,700. L discovery of a regular Organ zeil kind of regulators in Allen county. The old Lillie farm offered at private Sale. 3. Sinking of part of the Pittsburgh fort Lavayne amp Chicago Railroad track. The Blacksmith shop of Henry Meiers Corner of Calhoun and Avater-St., caught fire. Little damage. 7. Or. Riley an employee in the spoke and Hub factory of messes. Olds i son severely injured by being caught Between two cars. 18. Avilliah Nathan Laramon shot High self while blowing into the muzzle Ogagun atthe residence of or. A c. Dawson at Spencerville ind. Ile was instantly killed. A Little son of Tony key Ker badly burned by pla3 ing with a flask of powder. Michael Flaherty slipped from the platform of a car on the Wabash bail re and was severely injured. A. W. Slater foully murdered at Logansport. Terrible Hail storm at Lafayette. The Stock of the Pittsburgh fort Wayne a Chicago Railroad sold it Par in new York. A one legged Man walks across Cal Houn St. On a tight rope. The roof of the plow handle. Warehouse of messes Olds it son took fire but was put out by aia Excelsior fire extinguish . Perfect Skeleton of a Large sized Man was unearthed by some labourers near the French brewery. Democratic Ward meeting held. People s Ward meeting held. Messes. Olds a son shipped a Large Quantity of hubs and spokes Germany per order of a Large firm in that country. Mumps prevailing in the City. Henry Monning county treasurer and John Begue county commissioner thrown from a buggy and seriously injured. The congregational society of Northern Indiana opened its session at the Plymouth congregational Church in this City. Great Etyle s convention at Colerick s opera House at which or. Phineas s. Under Bill was nominated for mayor Edward Seidel treasurer w. Chapman clerk Fred. Limecooly marshal win. Bohlman assessor for councilman a first Ward we. T. Mckean second Ward Louis Rastetter third Avard Geo. fourth Avard Sam. T. Hanna fifth Ward Geo. W. Wilson sixth Ward d. B. Strope seventh Ward a. A. Wal Ford eighth Avard Fred. Meyer ninth Ward Henry Stoll. President Grant passed through the City. Tom Taylor was with him. Jeronie Brooks Charles Carr Ben Buckley and j. A. West arrested on the charge of murdering a. W. Slater at Logansport on the 2l8t. Public exercises at the High school. A son of or. Kyle postmaster at Kendallville had his foot Cut off while attempting jump on the caboose of a construction train. A son of Michael Curry had his Arm broken while coupling cars at Lima Ohio. Meeting of the democratic City convention the following nominations were made Hon. F. P. Randall mayor John Droegemeyer treasurer 6am. Freeman clerk Charles Uplegger marshal Peter Metier assessor. For councilmen is Ward a. H. Carier 2nd Avard a. W. Bull 3rd Ward we. Tegt Meyer 4th Ward Jno. B. Reckers 5th Ward John Shaffer 6th Avard tim Hogan 7th Ward Conrad trem Mel 8th Ward 0. A a. Brading 9th Ward Henry Stoll. Or. P. 8. Under Bill the people s Noin Inee for mayor challenges or. F. P. Bandall the democratic nominee for the same office a joint discussion upon the administration of the City government. I. 16. 17. Meeting of the Allen county medical society at which the following offi cers were elected president j. S. Gregg vice president Carl Meyer treasurer c. S. Smith Secretary b. H. Spaulding. L. Ninde esq., spoken of As the governor. The democratic caucus held and the following City officers elected chief of police Pat. Mckee City attorney a. Zollars chief of the fire department Thomas Mannix Street commissioner b. L. Williard Deputy marshal c. Kelley. Death of William Schwomeyer 34yeus of age. William Lahman residing about ton Miles from town on the Hunting Road had a shoulder dislocated by a runaway team. Fire at Kendallville. Loss $500. First meeting of the new Council. The Etnas base Ball club is. Eklon Gas. A Mclory for the latter 2t 9. Interesting game of base Ball Between the Avite stockings of Chicago and the Keki ongas resulting in the defeat of the latter by 14 5. First appearance of the fort Lavayne Republican. T game of base Ball Between the Olyn _ is of Washington and the Kevion Gai. Victory for the latter by a score of 12 5. The dii tract for building the new Howe truss Ridge Over the St. Joe River near Rudisill s Mill awarded Mckay Goshorn for $4,950. Span 200 feet. A. S. Evans appointed Delegate the International convention of the Yourist men s Christian association held in a Ashington d. C., on the 21th. Browsing on lettuce. Henry Barkdall kicked his wife death at Areola. of the first grand Temperance convention for the Northeast division of Indiana at Hamilton s Hall. The District embraces Twenty two counties. Thomas avoids Foreman of the Ava Bash shops had his foot badly crushed by a heavy piece of Iron great Ball at the rink. First Strawberry festival of the season at the Baptist Church. First Day of the races at Columbia City. Presenta tation of a Beautiful set of sur fical instruments or. A. Ii. _ Ivers by the employees of the fort a a Ayne Pittsburgh k Chicago railway. Sudden death of John Cranson Bloomingdale with Haemorrhage of the lungs. A Man attacked a highwaymen near the Roc Hiiri us. Or. Monning county treasurer starts Indianapolis with $54,737 05 pay Over the state treasurer. Great game of base Ball Between the Forest cities of Boc Kriard ills., and the Keki ongas. The latter were Defeated in Tail a linings by a a Cere of 17 13. Railroad Accident at Areola. A Wagon struck by the engine. Both horses were killed. A Man by the name of Michael Donahoe 65 years of age was also killed. Meeting of the Allen county woman suffrage association at the rink. The Iri lowing officers were chosen for the ensuing year president mrs. Beulah Ninde vice presidents mrs. S. Avoid Worth Rev. N. S. Smith mrs. Charles Case d. Mark lev mrs. A. S. Evans Rev. A. Marine mrs. W. T. Mckean sol. D. Bay less esq., and Rev. Ii. Mendenhall Secretary Mary g. Humphreys treasurer mrs. 1. B. Strope executive committee Mary h. A Illiams Robt. G. Mcnieve mrs. s. Bertson a. , Mary Stockbridge F. A Arbour and mrs. A. E. Wilson. Mrs. E. Cady Stanton lectured at the rink. Death of or. Ii usher in Guam at Chi Cago de 90 years. The Kelson a went Cleveland o. To play the Forest cities of that City. Rhetorical exercises at the High school. Second defeat of tha Olov Londers by the Keki ongas by a score of 16 7, col. S. Robertson admitted the bar of the United states District court of Indiana. The fort Wayne College classes make an excursion Wabash decoration Day a failure. Meeting of the Allen county sunday school convention at the Baptist Church. A lady attacked in he Street in open Daylight and her pocket Book stolen. Carey s stave factory and saw Mill at Ossian burned Down. My. 1. Mrs. Smith of Areola thrown from a Wagon and seriously injured. Cold shed in the rear of the rink destroyed by fire. Mayor Randji declines the Challenge of or. P. 8. Under Bill a joint discussion on the City administration. Am. H. Grove had his Skull fractured by the falling of a Cornice from Anderson s new building on Broadway. . N. Putnam withdraws his name As an Independent candidate for City Treasury. 2. The City elections Randall mayor majority 757 Freeman clerk 1,157 Droegemeyer treasurer 1,044 Uplegger marshal 381 Metier assessor 749. Councilmen. Stoll 150 Bradway 92 Tremmel,x24 Hogan 49 Tegtmeyer 61 Bull 164 Carier 41 Hanna 18 Avilton 89. The election for town officers in new Haven. 4. Great game of base Ball Between the Forest City of Cleveland and the Keki ongas of fort Wayne resulting in a Victory for the latter club by a score of 2 0. Andrew h. Purman admitted the bar of the supreme court of Indiana. 2. He unit of the Clay St. And Jefferson St. Grammar schools. 4. The grand Jurj met. 5. Annual commencement of the High school at the Bink. County commissioners met. 6. Meeting of the northeastern Indiana medical association at Kendallville. Death of the wife of judge we. Carbon aged 39 years. Grand banquet at a rink the editorial excursion lists. 8. Fred co a a member of mechanics Hose Sun struck. Copt. F. F. Boltz s grocery store takes fire and is blown up by generated Gas by which Frederick Hillsman was killed and Over sixty wounded slight fire at mrs. After s House Corner Jefferson and Harrison its. Festival at the Plymouth congregational Church. 9. Imposing funeral ceremonies of Fred. Hillsman. Presentation of a handsome bib e w of. Ray master Mechanic in the Wabash shops by the employees. Examination of the Allen county school fund by the county com missioners. Prof. H. Smart appointed county examiner for another term of three years. Charles Luce a brakeman on the Wabash R., killed .x Miles from this City by coming in Contact with the Bridge. turn o the editorial excursion lists. 2. The Corner Stone of the new Lavayne St. E. Church Laid. Deputy marshal Kelley arrests the notorious burglar Joe Davis. 13. Commencement of the state sunday school convention at Terre haute. Common Council pass a Resolution Aid ing the sufferers of the bolts explosion. A warehouse belonging Olds 4 son caught with great difficulty was extinguished. Loss $2,500. The Keki ongas Start on their Eastern a tour. 10. Completion of the reports of the Board of education. Appointment of teachers. Or. W. H. Myer appointed county physician. A Little son of or. Joseph Hilderbran drowned in the Basin while bathing. Annual report of the City clerk. Opening of the Jackson Mich., trotting association. The cottage of we. Russell near fair Field a. Destroyed by fire. Loss $1,300. 17. An unknown Man run Over and killed by a passe Tiger train on the Wabash Road three Miles this Side of logans port. Baccalaureate a Sermon preached by. President Robinson of the it. Lavayne College. 19., or. 8. , head clerk in the W. A a a. Freight office left for Colorado. The june session of the cd non pleas a court opened the great game of base bait Between the haymakers of Troy new York and the Keki ongas of this City played in the former City. The score stood in five innings Mekies 6 haymakers 3. 20. Contract for building an addition the county insane Asylum awarded Sutermeister Becker i Bond. The clerk and sheriff of the county filed their reports As required by the new fee Bill. 21. The Twenty fourth commencement of the fort Wayne College. The Bostons beat the Mekies 20 0. 22. The county treasurer Dis Burrod $56,-374 �3. The resignation of president Robinson of the fort Quot Wayne College accepted by the trustees. 23. Heay Thunder storm experienced. Closing exercises of the St. Augustine summary. Horrible murder of miss Anna Dwight and attempted suicide of the murderer Barnes near Lagrange. A woman poisoned death near Sturgis by potato bugs. 25. Grand procession of the catholics in s6. 27. 30. 10. 10 Honor of the Twenty with anniversary of the Coronation of Pope Pius in. Commenced laying the rails on the eel River Railroad at Columbia City. The Mekies defeat the Mutual of new York in Brooklyn by a score of 5 3. Commencement exercises of the Ava Bash College. . Evans accepted the appointment As commissioner of the House of Refuge. Or. A. H. Thacker left the City for Colorado. Or. Thacker presented with a Beautiful set of surgical instruments valued at $160. Thirteenth annual commencement of the Academy of our lady of the sacred heart. Singular disappearance of a lady named Tracy 60 years of age. Sudden death of Bishop Luers at Cleveland Ohio. Dentists reception at the residence of or. S. B. Brown. Arrival of the remains of Bishop Luers. Fire discovered in the drug store of Meyer Bro. Amp co. On Calhoun St. The barn of col. Neal Mckay on main-St., destroyed by fire. Loss $800. Nor so co. Destroyed by fire. $fi,000. Loss 28. 29. 25. In la. The sheriff of Dekalb county murderously attacked by a prisoner. The latter escaped. Sixteen persons in the county jail. Funeral of Bishop Luers. Thomas Carney killed by the Railroad a Man named am. Rider thrown from a Wagon and seriously injured. Foote amp Wooster sold 1,200 glasses of soda water. Huestis amp Hamilton shipped Twenty tons of groceries. Arrival of the Keki ongas from their Eastern tour. The House of Frederick Veber on Obi Cago St. Caught fire. A Ery Little damage. Am Herren a lad 12 years old shot himself through the Quot thumb while playing with a ii stole amputation was Neces Surj. Chas. D. Gorham assumes the duties of master of transportation of the It. A. Amp c. Sparing exhibition by Ned o Baldwin the Irish giant and Tom Kelly at Colerick s opera House. Or it and mrs. A. S. Evans left for Oregon. A Little son of postmaster Kamm broke his Arm by falling from a tree. Death of w. Taylor brother of judge Taylor. Defeat of the Eckford base Ball club by Theka Kio Hafl 12 6. A boy Fiat Ned Michael Gold ii Lins his leg Cut off by a freight train. Simmons Wjk so film s minstrels at Colerick s opera House. Wilson and apr Start for a lit be sojourn at Michigan City. A a Ine Ainesworth let co. A hipped six of bar Rel Heads arrival of the first new Lical in our Market. A brakeman on the A. I a. K., named Daniel Franks fell Between the cars at Roanoke and twelve cars passed Over his body cutting it completely in two. Union of the High school Iuni. Defeat of the Keki ongas by the athletics 20 7. Lennon and sell Maii of the Keki ongas depart for the East. A Little girl 11 years old daughter of James Fairfield of Lake township kicked by a horse and seriously injured. Mrs. Garage wife of Henry Gorsage of Wooster Ohio Quot slopes Quot with a Young Man named Henry , and comes fort Lavayne. Or. Gorsage came after them and found them at the american hotel. Great game of base Ball Between the Gazette nine and the Cigar makers. Result a Gazette 38 Cigar cars 11 a Man named Freeman dropped dead in his barn near Huntertown. Apoplexy the supposed cause. Expulsion of Lennon and Selliman irom the Keki Onga base Ball club. Death of mrs. Ellen Shoaff aged 75. Defeat of the Keki ongas by the Mutual of new York by a score of 12 presentation of a handsome by blk 0. Wilson head clerk in the master Mechanic s office by the firemen Outhet. W. Amp a. Pcs traction of the contents of the grocery store of Michael Bastus Corner of Barr and ., by fire. Jacob Frelinger and Harry a Hitmon thrown from a Wagon and seriously injured. Mad dog Sho on Barr it. Cholera infant uni prevails Quot an alarming extent. Arrival of the new Organ of Quot it a the first presbyterian Church. Return of Samuel Sweet from the West. The barn mrs. Orange Angell at 170 West Berry-St., and the stable of Fred Mcculloch burned. Loss the former $400 and the latter $6,000. A. A Hipple formerly City editor of the Gaz Ftak started for his Home in Brooklyn. L. Thomas Ai pointed Advance agent of Commodore Foote sister s troupe. Isaac Jenkinson left Glasgow Scotland for his Home. Patent was issued 0. L. Starkey Elt a of this City for a paper trim Liing machine. Haskell Gregg sold out their interest in the Oyster Bay restaurant j. A phely. Defeat of the Haymaker base Ball club by the Mekies 6 4. One Hundred and sixty one arrivals at the Aveline House. Wilward Schneider was run Over by a buggy on the Corner of Calhoun and main its. And seriously injured. Mathews and Carey of the Keki ongas take jewish leave. A barn eight Milos Northwest of the City destroyed by fire. In Mccoy s Woods cited. He had Sui 26. 28. 30. A Farewell gathering of the friends of or. Skinner at his residence. Walter Davis drops dead from his Wagon in a fit of apoplexy lie re Quot Quot sided in St. Joe township. Farewell address of or. Skinner. A Man named Henry Schieferstein Cut in two by a gravel train. Destruction of Freeman Ife Barnett s paper Mill by fire. Loss $25,000. Hoffmann Ltd Bros received 98,-807 feet of lumber from Ava Bash. The barn of Smith four Miles cast of the City destroyed by fire. Avillie Kyle son of a. P. Kyle had his hand badly scalded. 15. 10. 11. 13. 14. 19. 20. 21. 23. 24. Ankh switchman named James Farnan seriously injure by having both heels crush i in of Pittsburgh Yard. Election of of Quot Era of the grand rapids amp Indiana Keki ongas left for Rockford Illinois. princes passed through town. Exhibition trial of reapers on the Taylor farm. A valuable horse belong in j. Ii. Hirsch drowned in the canal. A Man named John Seeler had his Finger Cut off while rutting feed. The Keki ongas is. Rockford. The former 0 the latter 4. Attempted suicide of Oscar o. Ottis a conductor on the W. A a. Second trial of reapers at the Taylor farm. We. Seeders had two fingers smashed on the Toledo Road while coupling . Of f. Boltz moves Back into his old stand. Presentation of a $300 Gold watch and Chain S. O Kyurkc of the p., it. W. It c. A Keki ongas Defeated by the White stoc k Ings Stolo. Mrs. Gawe attempts ignite a fire with Quot non explosive Oil Quot and is seriously burned. Or. Empie freight a ent of the Toledo Road seriously Hurt by his horse running away. A or. Worthington superintendent of the Muncie Road presented with a handsome Gold watch by the employees of that Road. The residence of Joseph France destroyed by fire. Report of the Board of equalization. The Bones of a Mastodon discovered Jefferson township Whitley Coli by. The great Saginaw excursion. The shipment in ado Over the Detroit eel River tsp Indiana Railroad. August Driftmeyer had Bis leg broken near the West end lutheran Church. Third defeat of the Forest cities of Cleveland by the Keki ongas by a score of 15 3. The Little Steamer Rebecca caught fire. No damage. The great horse fair at Kalamazoo Mich. We. Little employed on the new Bridge across the St. Joe at Rudisill s Mill fell into the River and iras seriously injured. Jerome bearly had his foot crushed by. A freight car. Great fire at Warsaw. Loss $50,000. Destruction of the Cherubusco Mills by explosion of the boiler. A two Story Frame building on collage St. Destroyed by fire. Andrew Weber run Over by a horse and seriously injured. Charles Bates had his Arm fearfully lacerated by a saw in la oilman s Chir factory. S. E. Morse assumed the duties of local editor of the Gazette vice e. A. Whipple resigned. The election at Blu Hon for approx it rating Aid the Toledo Thornton amp St. Louis Railroad the vote stood for�?1,058 against�?637, a majority of 421 in favor of giving the required a Aid. Camp meeting commenced. Sudden death by apoplexy of John b. Lintz at 148 East Wayne St. Two men badly Hurt on the Toledo Road at Roanoke. They were on a 20. 23. September. Arc ent Atlon 0. Avilton of the p., it. A. Amp a r r., of i elegantly carve Niblack Walwitt Fusil tidied at $53. Grand jury in session. Circuit court opened its sessions. Opening of the fall term of the Public schools. Meeting of the stockholders of the Street Railroad the following officers were elected president j. H. Bass Secretary g. P. Bursley treasurer Henry A Illiams directors. Ii. Bass s. T. Hanna s. B. Bond and Henry Williams. Completion of the St. Joe Bridge near Ruai Sili s Mill. The Empire line for Tuccy its rates As follows from new a Ork fort Lavayne 28c. Per 100 lbs for 1st. 2nd, 3rd and 4th class and 23c. For 5th or special class. Sudden death of Thomas by taking Poison through mistake. A the payment of pensions began averaging $7,000 per Day a Union meeting of the evangelical churches. The Keki Onga base Ball organization abandoned. T in Fri Vellicig Bouse of c. Fairfield on Creio Liln ave. Destroyed by fire loss $1400. Terrible explosion of the Maumee a Al Ley Noills at new Haven by which three men were killed and three wounded Louis Lepper Charles Lepper and a. B. Barr killed Abraham Fruth Sherman Lewis and Ephraim Steinburg wounded child by the name of Fauntz poisoned at new Haven by taking Jimson Weed for the chills and fever. arrest of John Phillabaum the notorious s new Block thrown open. Funerals of those killed at the new Haven explosion. County commissioners adjourned. Silas Brown attacked by highwaymen near this City. Terrible murder at Ava Bash. Mrs Fin Ley an insane woman murders her three children. To Idimas Burke died of consume tion at the St. Joseph Hospital. Isaac Jenkinson spoken of for lieutenant governor. The roof of the new Lavayne Street Clerch fell two men named an Wiler and Humphrey were injured. Convention of the Good templars. Return of or. A. 8. Evans from California. A Man named Logan had Bis band badly crushed in the Muncie Railroad Yard. Man named Mcevoy run Over by a locomotive on the Pittsburgh Road. The House of John Meyer on Broadway robbed. A. B. Fisher cashier of the first National Bank of fort Wayne departed for Newark n. J., take up his residence there. Michael Joey cars died at the St. Joseph Hospital of cancer in the stomach. John Hogan killed by falling Down stairs. The City Council pass the ordinance for the construction of a Street rail Rood. Death of mrs. Naomi m., wife of Calvin Thomas aged 47 years. Israeli Tish Celebration of Tishri. Opening of n. G. Olds amp son s extensive shops and factories. A a Man named Tunis Neman fell dead in a drug store at Lagrange death of mrs. Finley the Wabash murderess. A gravel train on the Pittsburgh Road ditched near Inwood. Quot anally Quot Goldsmith left for his Home in Baltimore. Annual Parade of the City fire department. \ mrs. Lyons thrown irom a Wagon and severely injured. Opening of the 19th agricultural society of Ava Bash. The Gazette enlarged and came out in a new dress. Robbery of Hedekin s grocery. Destruction of j. Hoffman it amp Bro s Bond saw factory by fire. Loss $11,-000. Death of mrs. Avage Hals. A Man named avoids committed suicide by shooting himself in Rock Creek township Huntington county. George Hare had his hand badly Cut by a saw. The wound was an ugly one. Sol Bayless had one of his bands badly crushed while coupling cars on the Muncie Road. The Home Mission Sabbath school opened yesterday afternoon. Meeting of the Board of directors of the y. A. A Little son of Dan Gibson severely bitten by a dog. The Day of atonement in the israeli Tish Calendar Gener by observed by our hebrew citizens. Arrival of Isaac Jenkinson american Consul at Glasgow Scotland in this City arrival of the fort Wayne delegation of knights ten Pilars from Baltimore. Jennie hights comedy troupe opened at the opera House. The common Council settles the tax question by a Levy of $1.12. Accident John Droegemeyer City treasurer by falling from the cars. John Iluf Fren fell Between the cars and was instantly killed. Hand car and were unable get the car off the track before the express struck them throwing the car Twenty feet. Twenty three patients in the St. Joseph Hospital. Arrival of col. Case and family from new Orleans. 26. The Large stave factory of b. A skin 25. October 2. The Indiana state fair opened at Indianapolis. Convening of court judge Borden on the Bench. Jones s band left for Indianapolis compete for the prize at the state fair. 7. Terrible fires raging in the Woods Malonff the line of the t., w. A a. the great Chicago fire commences. S. A Man named Erhman killed by falling Down the cellar of a Saloon on Broadway. Return of Jones s band from Indianapolis with the coveted prize. 9. The fire in Chicago still raging. Grand mass meeting at the court House Aid the Chicago sufferers. 12. A Man named Blakely had his hand smashed while coupling cars. Heavy arrival of Chicago thieves in the City. 13. Total receipts for the Chicago sufferers $4,158. A Man named Frederick stuck run Over by the cars at Bass foundry and instantly killed. 14. Death of Hannah Meyerson at Savanah a. 16. Discovery of the body of a dead infant in a West end Alley. A Man named d. D. Herring killed at Oakland station by being run Over by the cars. Delivery of the $15,000 Worth of City Bonds Aid in the construction of the it. Av., Amp c. Shops by the representatives of the City the officers of that Road. 17. Arrival of the remains of Hannah Meyerson from Savanah a. 17. Commencement of the Huntington races. 21. The Richmond Road completed Decatur. An attempt made fire the building of Dicks in the Avest end. Smash up on the grand rapids Railroad. 22. Death of c. 0 Rourke at new Brighton killed by the cars. 34. Discovery of the body of k. E. Atria 12. A november. Sudden death of George Reed Engineer on the Pittsburg Road by fall upon a Wood pile and fracturing his Skull. A Man named Nelson residing on Avayne-St., had his foot nearly severed from his body by a circular saw. We. H. Jones admitted practice before the supreme court Brilliant wedding of Thomas ave aver esq., and Julia Avard coloured at the rink. The Rev. Or. Skinner and family left for Cincinnati. An unknown Man had his left foot severed from his body while Coujil ing . A death of John Gay they. Closing exercises of the fall term of the Roanoke classical Seminary. A William a Adington in his 43d year. Annual meeting Ltd the Young men s Christian association. Transfers of real estate amounted $10,700. The Case of Mary Jessler against her tbsp and sister for inhuman treatment. The remains of Avilliah a Adington conveyed Pittsburgh. Terrible explosion of the boiler in the Pittsburgh Blacksmith shop. Six men injured. Thirty thousand feet of lumber shipped Cincinnati via. Canal from this City. Thirty four patients in the St. Joseph Hospital the new Gas lamps in front of the a court House lighted for the first time. Session Al performance by the thelo tical literary society of the fort Lavayne College massacre of the Park family at Henry Ville. Death of Hon. George a. A Ood 65 years of age. Death of Kate Bursley wife of Gilbert e. Bursley in the 37th year of her age. Death of Frederick Hamilton in the 86th year of his age. Monroeville he having died from exposure and neglect. A Man named Gordon thrown from his Wagon near Blu Filon and instantly killed. The great pyramidal cake voted G. Mcniece of the Gazette at the fair and festival of the Hanna Tia Sion Sabbath school. 20. A fire discovered in Hornung s brewery. It was extinguished before any material damage was done. 22. The planing Mill of Beaver mixer a co. Destroyed by fire. Organization of a Board of Trade. The following officers were elected president a. Edgerton a ice presidents a. H. Bass and G. Mcniece Secretary of. S. Shurick treasurer Charles Mcculloch directors a. Evans s. B. Bond a. Trentman a. Raring b. Thanhouser s. Bash and John Orff. Presentation of a masonic jewel Josy h Stellwagon by the sir knights of fort Wayne commander no. 4. The jewel is valued at $100. The first presbyterian Church sunday school held its anniversary and festival. Death of Eliza Morgan Mother of o. P. Morgan in her 7ist year. Death of Jennie c. Welsheimer aged 18 years. Quot 23. A frs. Lannon fell upon the ice and broke her hand. Presentation of a Gold headed Cane d. S. Alexander by the officers and teachers of the Hanna a fission Sabbath school. 24 w. D. Page elected superintend Cut of Hanna .3/ission Sabbath school vice d. S. Alexander resigned. The first regular train put upon the c. Amp it. W. 26. Andrew Mayer fell upon the sidewalk and broke his left leg just above the ankle. A Resolution passes the Council submit the construction of the Holly water works a vote of the people 27. Arrest of Shorb baggage master on the Pittsburgh fort Ivanc i Chicago Railroad for complicity in the murder of one Afra. Mccoy. 28. Acquittal of twin. Shorb by the Coro Ner s jury in Chicago. 29. Mrs. John Langley receives severe in juries by a runaway team. Articles of the Hope Hose association and the German loan and savings association of this City were filed in the Secretary s office at inn i Anapolis. A Lukens receives an appointment in the freight department of the Toledo Road. 31. Shooting out the old year. A Happy hew a. A tic Hunner of k���1vib� cd Lla in Stew Sci in a at or them wbk Wrell receive tic or ebb teens i friends. The court so. Mayor s Forrest and Annie Frances for disorderly conduct in a House of ill Fame were fined $10 each. Paid. Thomas Billings and Geo. Lee for associating with the above named nymphs were mulched in a like amount. Graham s Mcnally for assault and Battery gave Bonds in the sum of $200 for his appearance in this court Morrow afternoon at 2 o clock. Ryan s Hahn for provoking an assault and Battery paid 50 cents and costs amounting in All $11.35. Jackson Butts for committing an assault was fined is and costs. Butts on the charge of grand larceny was acquitted. Allen circuit court judge Lowry presiding.�?44. Kearns Al. Al. Is. Coombs it. Al. Dismissed by plaintiff at her costs. Judg ment for Coats. 176. Fort Wayne Cabinet fakers Union is. Klebahn. Amended second paragraph of answer filed. 325. Kearns it Al. Is. cd Al. Complaint filed. New Case. A some of the Young bloods of the City bade the old year Good by in a very noisy manner. They located their Cannon at the Corner of Calhoun and Berry streets and fired Salute after Salute some of which were discharged with such Force As break Glass in one of the adjacent business houses. The court House Bell rang out a Farewell at Midnight and we Are sorry say that Calhoun Street was filled with intoxicated persons who made night hideous by their loud cries and yells. A saturday evening a dense fog prevailed and Calhoun and Columbia its. Were crowded with teams when a Farmer s team turned fro i Benr into Culhoun-St., and running at a break neck Pace towards the canal created quite a panic. Owing remarkably Good Luck no serious damage was done. 16. 26, j7. 10. Amos Bear of this City a conductor on the Pittsburgh Road while coupling cars was badly crushed about the stomach. The will of Hon. George Quot it. Stood admitted probate. All the estate was left in. Wood with the exception of property valued at $13,000 willed other parties. Jafary Opliger was thrown irom % Wagon on East main Street and fatally injured. She was taken the St. Joseph Hospital. Death of afar of Liger who was thrown from the Wagon o n the 17th. Dennis Hayes while intoxicated run Over by a train on the Toledo Road. A divorce granted Grace e. Tyler from Abner Tyler. One hour after a marriage License was issued Jesse a. It Farrell and Grace e. Tyler and Squire Ryan performed the marriage ceremony within three hours from the time the divorce was procured. A Man named Thomas Andrews killed by having a tree fall upon him near Decatur. Forty four inmates in the county Asylum. A a frs. Cary residing within six Miles of this City fell Down a cellar Way and receive fatal injuries. Organization of the Franklin wielding loan and savings organization. John Grafton appointed superintendent of the Detroit eel River a Illinois railway. Death of George h. Pratt of consumption aged 54. Dan. Voorhees comes out with big Quot new John Kilkenney killed by being run Over by a train on the Toledo Railroad. The team of c. It. Fahlsing runs assay severely injuring afr. Fahlsing. Thanksgiving services in All the churches. Balance on hand in the county treasurer s department $3,984 53. Dice Haber. Deputy marshal Kelley arrests a party of Young men for circulating mde cent literature. The canal Frozen Over. Henry Hunting lost two fingers while coupling cars on the p., it. To. A a Man killed at Columbia City by being run Over by the cars. Conrad Norwalk received severe injuries by filing from the roof of a dwelling which he was erecting for himself in the 6th Ward. A Man named Daniel Bullord accidentally shot while Hunting near Monroeville. Receipt of the mortality report for no a _ a in red. Vember. Thirty three deaths occur 7. Death of a Fabeny wife of Andrew a Matheny aged 46 years. 8. Completion of the Cincinnati Rich mond a fort Italyne Railroad. County commissioners visit the county Asylum. The Indiana Yolk Freund made its appearance. Death of in. Susan Hurd wife of o. D. Hurd aged 49. 10. A Man named Joseph cogent either killed by being run Over by the cars at Fairfield ave. Crossing. U. Three Miles of the Maumee ave. Turnpike company completed. 12. Completion of the fort Italyne Jack son a Saginaw Railroad Telegraph line. Death of Adam Richards of pleasant township by being thrown from his Wagon. Afe eting of the Board of commissioners of the House of Refuge. Condame Cement of the trial of c. Barnes at Lagrange for the murder of jibs Anna Dwight a school mistress in june last. 13. Edward Rickerson went the Penitentiary for one year. Real estate transfers amounted $30,000. Transfer of the lots on which the Toledo Railroad is erect their new a hops recorded in the auditor s office. The grocery and Saloon of Ivy. Kempf in Bloomingdale destroyed by fire. Articles of association of the Franklin building loan and savings association filed in the Secretary of state s office. . Quicksell a freight conductor on the Toledo Railroad fell beneath the cars and had his leg horribly lacerated. Amputation was necessary. The Accident occurred at Huntington. 14. G. W. Young a Brakesman on the Toledo Road fell from a freight car near Defiance Ohio and had his left leg horribly mangled. Meeting of the county teachers Institute at the High school. Reception of the Silver medal by Charles a. Jones s Silver Comet band awarded them at the last state fair. Fred. Fink in the Tole it Yard had two fingers of his right hand crushed so badly As necessitate amputation. A Man named a. Leith fell from the roof of a new building in Bloomingdale and was seriously injured. B. Hopkins state superintendent of Public instruction delivered an Able address before the county teachers Institute. Grand Public review of the conservatory of a Fusic. Grand i. Z. Carnival at the rink. 16. Thirteen prisoners in the county jail. Barnes the murderer of wifi is Dwight in la Grange county in june last sentenced imprisonment for life. Last Day of county teacher s Institute. 18. Suicide of Jafary Loftus a chambermaid in the Exchange hotel. Capital of the first National Bank $300,000. A Young Man named j. Hender Shott fell from the Guy poles of the Toledo Round House. 19. The dead body of a Man Namei A i Whitaker found in a Cornfield near we present below a list of those ladies who will be Happy bid their gentlemen friends a Happy new year Day at the houses below mentioned. This plan is generally observed in our Large cities and is a matter of great convenience those interested. We understand that a number of these ladies intend introduce the device which prevails in Eastern cities the hanging of a Wreath in the window or some prominent place and this alone will signify that they Are Quot at where from sickness recent death in the family or any other Rea gon Calls can not be received sym Palm ing friends May express condolence by depositing their cards in a rack which should be left in a convenient position near the outer door misses Ida and Laura Case miss Nettie Jenison miss Anna Hoffman and miss Lue Freeman no. 203 West Wayne St. Miss Lizzie Hoagland and mrs. John Hoagland no. 110 West Berry St. Mrs. John Hough miss L. Hough miss Frank Conklin miss Lizzie Evans pubs. The very unpleasant weather of last week having interfered with the fur Trade we have Colb out our entire Stock of Mink furs at Cost if possible this week and we will offer Day the finest collection of fresh made Mink furs handsomely trimmed in this City at the following reduction from former prices All $75.00 Mink sets reduced $60.00. All $65.00 Mink sets reduced $50.00. All $60.00 Mink sets reduced $48.00. Au$50.00 Mink. Sets reduced $37.00-All $45.00 Mink Seu reduced $35.00 All $40.00 Mink sets reduced $30.00. All $30.00 Milc sets reduced $25.00. All $25.00 Mink sets reduced $20.00. Our $16, $14, $1 $10 and $8 Mink Seta reduced from $4 $2 a set. The above we guarantee a Bona fide reduction from former Price and customers will find prices marked in Plain figures. An inspection Krapec fully solicited. A Folk boo shebs great new York City store. Fort and miss Clara Hill no. 121 West Wayne Street. Mrs. Jesse l. , Are. Eliiabeth wines 3i�oss Sarah Ball and mrs. Susan c. Hoffman 96 we Wayne Street mrs. E. P. Wiliams miss Eliza Han a miss Carrie Nuttman and mrs. B. I it Skinner no. 88 West Berry Street. The misses Woodworth and miss aggie Muirhead no. 234 West Berry Street. Miss Mary Jefferds miss Margie bin Traff miss Clara Goodwin and miss Mel lie Brandriff no. 236 West Berry Street. Miss Jennie snively misses Emma and Augusta Rupert miss Alice Worden and miss Buskirk no. 99 East Jefferson Street. Misses Amelia and Annie Orff at the residence of John Orff esq., near the i. Misses Mary and Eliza Chamberlain no. 40 East Jefferson St. Misses Maggie and Elise Colerick and miss Norah Hoover Comer of Broadway andt.,. Mrs. Geo. W. Ewing no. 88 Quot West Wayne St. Mrs. Sweetser and miss Edith Sweet ser. No. 113 West main St. Miss Anna Quot Vordermark maj in. And Sophia Felger Mary and Lizzie Weber Eliza Dormer and Zelia Wechling Resi Dence of d. P. Vorden Nark esq., East of the City on new Haven Turnpike. Miss Dewald miss Ella Laselle and miss Carrie Godfrey de Wald Square Hanna and de Wald streets. Mrs. Charles Hanna and mrs. T. Taylor 64 East be amp Raon Street. Miss Clara Edgerton mrs. Philo bum key and miss Maggie Hughes no. 85 Wes Wayne Street. Mrs. L. T. Bourie and miss Desdemona Bourie no. 22 East Wayne Street. Misses Fannie and Nora Davis Griffith Street near Jefferson school. The misses Sinclair and miss Jennie Edsall no. 186 Griffith Street. Mrs. Sol d. Bayless and daughter. No 32 East Wayne stent. The misses Drake miss Bose Irwin and mrs. H. Smart no. 90 West wine Street. Misa Sarah Craw miss Maria Rockhill and miss Eva Nelson at the residence of e. L. Craw West Side Broadway Extension. Miss ill aggie Angell and miss Annie Lowry no. 170 West Berry Street. Are. Henry Olds and mrs. N. G. Olds Southwest Comer of West Berry and Ewing streets. Miss Annie Edgerton 154 West Beny Street. Mrs. John h. Bass mrs. I. White and mrs. Boat. Fisher Southeast Comer of West Berry and Griffith streets. A oleic a a Aam Tau. The fort Wayne Quot Hope Hose company Quot yesterday filed articles of association with the sect tank of Sute signed by thirty members. The object of the association is establish order and discipline in the transaction of their duties As firemen. The fort Wayne Quot German building loan and savings association no. 6,&Quot also filed articles As above. The object of the organization is set Forth in the title. Their capital Stock is $100,000�?shares $200 each. A Board of directors and manawis for the first year consists of Christian Mart. Ferkel Chas. Hoffman Louis Traub George Meyer j. Leifels Heinrich hell Kamp Charles Elerman and Casper Baw. Christian is president of the Roumo. Bomi Kauiz a Teiml a. The following transfers of real estate were entered for record in the auditor s office on saturday. Or. Baffler John Wannale. In lot no. U. Rockhiirs2nd addition.5380 a on Friday articles of association of the Hope Hose co. No. 1, of this City were filed in the office of the Sec by of state. This is a Good move As it gives the company a 11 existence with the Power sue and be sued enforce order and discipline among its members and properly fulfil its office. Wayne Ujj nth manufactory. A Lingenfelser amp Bro., manufacture Good trunks room 81.0� a Fine travelling trunk for gentlemen or ladies Oboh 84.00 . A first Quality Zinc trunks Ifor heavy articles Tom a a $3s.o�. Durable Palace trunks of All Sites Box 97.00 . A no. I Eugenie trunks for Lens journeys Fox Crystal Palace trunk for ladies wardrobes especially nox a so. The English merchant trunks a with double extra inn buttons warranted for foreign journeys Fox 91�.oe. Sole leather trunks wit a stitched edges Okoji 939.0�. Extra double riveted edges Fox �33 1� the sole leather trunk never wears out by fair Means or foul. Satchels of All kinds for ladies and gentlemen. Nox so cd Ata . All Sample cases and trunks m�i4e order and repaired. A solicit orders from a Broil. Every Trank dealer acts As oar agent. . You can select from thousands already Saleroom. Wrapp mop a. Wrapping paper. We have now on hand and Are prepared Amish All kinds of wrap Pic paper of our own Mano facture. Also. Print amp Book paper. In store and made order. Fort Wayne paper Mills Sale Boom 51 colom his a sugar and m of Jesse amp 21 and 23 West 2d-St., Cincinnati wholesale Deil is new Orleans sugar amp molasses. A foil Stock coast aptly on hand at lowest pricket Eta. Of it. . Dec Attil Council no. 4, meets every Quot thursday evening at their Hall Myrner Berry am Hanson its. Franks c7iolm�n. Fin. Sec a c. B. Tauey. Ti��8. Porter. Chua Borlain i Al

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