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22 Jul 1872

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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana read mijo Oom has received the largest Stock goods in his line Ever brought into fort is not Gammon. Come and see for yourself. The pile summer hats All styles and varieties the Bril it ant and extensive array neckties and All kinds gentlemen s furnishings <3-003ds shirts drawer socks handkerchiefs collars neckties cravats and the immense quantities lines co its vests pants and stylish summer suits which meet the Eye every Side to will testify to the truthfulness the assertion. An immense Stock everything has been purchased in order that goods can be sold cheap. Our prices defy Competition. To ask two prices for nothing. Or summer suits Are the finest Quality and will be made up Short notice and in the Nob Biest styles. Our wanted. Wanted to borrow soon for which ten per cent interest with to paid i ii us Quot a a will to Given property Worthin Kwh. No inc Berance. Address e., in Ette piece. Wanted-3 4 Good Brick layers imaged Italy. Apply to Pink amp con Aljurn ind. Vol. X. Foot Wayne monday morning. July 1872. No. Wanted fifty Good Labore Quot. To whom the highest Waco will be paid and steady labor Kua ranted if application �3 Mads immediately. John h. Bass. Political. Custom department cannot be beaten in 8tyl it in Quality goods. We guarantee a Tiptop fit no charge. Try us. All we ask is for the people to come and see our Stock. We know you will buy. E. Woodward silly Rumor about president Grant contradicted. Visitors beginning to bore the president at Long Branch. Greeley need dogs in Maine and Tennessee. Ica and declared anew applause from Bis american Brethren that Waterton had Lone More for the poor in America than Peabody had done for the English poor i . Hendrickson Wisconsin and Siruno. Powering and Otlien a also addressed the meeting. Trio Xuy tonal a iii. Bostok july 20.�?the Bostons Sutie Rei their second defeat at the season 1871on their ground to Day it the hands the unions Troy the score standing 17 to 10. Philadelphia july 20.-the Mutual so new York Defeated the Champion ath-1 jul up. Julie Emetics this City to Day by the score 11 to it it. Oil and water. How the third Ward Greeley men tried to mix Oil and water. Emerson s California minstrels 11 t. .ma01"i1u \ Iulla i i sox. I my re. Old la pee Eli Borden tells a Story amp Zol Lars kicks no a Row. In Eric and Mcxie. Washing toni july 21.�?the american and mexican mixed commission Lias done but Little business since Palacios took the j place gen. Gushing As representative j l j. The mexican government. The american to constitute formed Dut and Spanish mixed commission makes growing enthusiasm for Grant in Kansas. News from the South the Lowery outlaws Hong. Commission slow , owing to the difficulty and Long time required in obtaining proofs in support claims. I for envy a my. I i Akis july 21.�?the new fre Noji loan a is issued at the official Price Sll 50c. J the performance Quot Kayabas Quot at Marseilles caused a tremendous uproar in the theater. The police finally cleared the pit and galleries. An excited crowd collected outside which was Disper Seti by cavalry. About fifty persons were arrested among them two editors. Condensed Telegraph. Congress and others. The meeting was continued to night and Hon. J. Flem. I ing elector for the state at Large Henry c�r4at a lolling Honse Tortu i s. Foote and j. B. Jessup a leading Ger. Lib bal lie Sqq Elcue. Milwaukee july 20.�?the Rewert having been circulated that general Grant had authorized a bet his own election the editor the daily addres a note to Long Branch and received the following reply from general Porter the president s private Secretary the resident directs me to say in regard to that charge that he never in his life made a bet upon the result an election nor As he authorized advised any one to do so. He had no knowledge that any one had made a bet with . Wilkes Antil he read an announcement in the newspapers. A isms the . Long Branch july 20.�?president Grant received a Large number prominent citizens from the Quot West to Day and also a number southerners who bring reports the Campaign. eyelet in Mai a. Bax Job me., july 20.�?a Large Greeley and Brown ratification meeting was held in Centre Park to night. Addresses were made by gen. Kilpatrick Hon. Wui. H. Mccrillis and . Enery. Greeley is Nashville. Nashville tenn., july 20.�?a meeting was held to Day to ratify the nomination Greeley and Brown. The attendance was Large and an enthusiastic spirit prevailed. Sex governor Neill s. Brown Delegate to Baltimore presided and a among the reforms inaugurated by president Watson the Erie b. A. Is the removal the offices from the grand opera House. Erie has enjoined Jay Gould and j. D. White from disposing tie Stock the Jefferson k. R. Co. A Secretary Boutwell resumed his Orcas Ury duties saturday. A the Geneva arbitral iii and Council maintain a profound secrecy in regal to the proceedings the court so that the newspapers May have no Chance to prejudice either the court the Public. A the Irish band has had a quarrel among its members resulting in the withdrawal Clement the Leader and fifteen the members who left Boston for Ireland Friday. Those remaining have chosed a new Leader and will make the tour the United states before leaving for Home. A a Lucy a. Aud Lois s. Wilcox two Sisters living in Winchester mass., and mrs. Edmunds Mil Bury wore drowned in a Pond near Milbury Friday while bathing. They were All Young ladies. A the dead body a strange Man was found suspended to a tree saturday near Erst st. Louis mo., acid an unknown boy about 12 years age committed suicide by jumping into the River. A the new York item Corot hitherto Liberal Republican came out saturday for Grant and Wilson. A the United Swiss societies held their National festival at Jones Wood new York yesterday. Among other enter Ern Indiana 46 in it fort wat ii Odi Sivji. Spe Hes were made by the chairman to Jents was a concert in which two Bathe Peyton J. Golloday member go Day there will be a procession prize shooting athletic sports Etc. A the suit brought by the Erie com musical. Con Rva tory a. Of music Man citizen Are addressing a Large crowd j Toledo selects a cos Kessman. J Toledo o., july 20.�?the Lucus co. I Republican convention to choose delegates to the Republican convention to be held the 25th inst., met in this City to Day. The delegates chosen were instructed to support the nomination George r. Haynes Toledo for Congress. Kansas Fob Heaxt. Street. Opposite court House. Incorporated 18t1. Officers. A. K. Virgil. Principal. F. W. Meyer Secretary. By against the Jeff Erson a r. Co. Is to break up the contract with Jay Gould by which it is alleged the latter came into Possession 40,000 shares Jefferson Stock now held in Trust for him by Justin d. White. A the complaint farther Cli arcs that Gould withdrew $184,000 Jefferson Railroad Bonds and substituted an equal amount doubtful Bonds. A at 1 a a a a 1. 1 it a the Brooklyn police Jive been it st. Lore july 20.-.\ Pieciul to the j j Mem a from atch kans says tha Bijj hereafter sunday senator Pomeroy has arrived Home and a cd the District attorney is determined to prosecute All parties so arrested. A Tia Frenchi Assembly has adj itch forty eight paragraphs a new Tariff Law and a Resolution has been introduced providing for an adjournment from the 4th August to the lath november. A the new York Herald Haa a sensational dispatch concerning an interview will soon enter upon the canvass the state for Grant. Grant clubs Are being formed All Over Northern Kansas and great enthusiasm prevails. From the South. Food in Alabama. Montgomery ala., july 20.�?the dam Between capt. Norton the cuban Priva a a Quot Teers i veneer and Lee. Fish declined to recognize Norton As a cuban Oicer but discussed the matter the seizure tie a Pioneer with him. Age by the late floods will reach five millions dollars. The Waters in Central Alabama were higher than Ever known this season. Accessible houses along the streams were swept away. The Cotton crop Alabama will be Cut forty thousand Bales Short. Board trustees. L. Nivik Proa t. R. Vieck. See. 0. J Wilson. H. Olds. T. Adders . R. 8. Taylor. B. Williams Anol Laer outlaw killed. Wll Mingtoy n. C., july 20.�?it is reported that we. Lowery one the Robinson county outlaws and brother the notorious Henry Berry Lowery was killed near Moss neck this morning by Robert was Bart a Young brother col. F. Wishart who was killed by the outlast some months since. Europe pianist and teacher. J. Batlen. Graduate the new England conservatory Boston mui., vocal in stare. Ginning and theory. F. W. Meyer piano. A the Erie railway co. Have repudiated the �295,000 scrip awarded in 1869, to holders preferred Stock in Liea accumulated interest then due their certificates. A John Miller 2ie\v York formerly an attache sub treasurer Butterfield and was bailed some time ago for forging a Twenty thou and Dollar Check was was arrested saturday night Lor other forgeries some twelve different firms. A a private letter from gen. Sherman says that he will return to the United states in september. A Secretary Boutwell will return to his this week for a ofte Zao Ontra Rem blows Virliie Texas july 20.�?the committee appointed under a congressional it to investigate alled depredations Home in Groton ?., the Frontier arrived Here to a. To Brief vacation. Morrow s papers will publish their an a nou Cement redress. They will pro saturday s Telegraph need to business immediately after the expiration the necessary ten Days j Horace Greeley had an hour s Intel notice. The presence the commission i a be ten Lay at the inspires the people with Confidence Lincoln club they will obtain their rights. I a among others it is Rei Tortell that a flow is music taught in the Fortwayne conservatory music a taught in the fort Wayno outlier Vantory a the sciences Are taught in graded Sebou and Coll Kee. Zion $ Herald the methodist Organ new England Gays Economy thoroughness and profi Cicack Are All the Side the graded system As adopt a Mew the t. Stewart has Given the sum $30,000 in Aid the election Greeley. A a Philadelphia Chis Pattii save that the the International prison grow As Well a cur iii is coming Home to stump for the Greeley ticket. A Secrel Arv Delano and commissioner Luternau onal prison cod Krits. View York june 21.�?the London 2 Imeson the Lelih i Sig i proceedings Congress the Day previous Haa the following the Kev. Or. Bruce read a paper the operation Industrial schools in new York Quot. He explained the manage pensions Baker Are going to stump the ment the schools and suited that after state it Orth Carolina Eom Mencin the children had been instructed in the monday next. Schools employment is readily found for j it is reported that sex president John in particular the institution a a Quot a be two three Greeley to be used in Fapore class instruction and a which he spoke had sent out 2,200 Chil speeches in North Carolina especially in Drin to honest employment in families in to Secretary Boutwell. In the study music. The question is often asked Why in this country Are there so few Good musicians and players ? we answer be cause in music there in so Little to Borough Sya Temptie Masio As Well As other in Drin to honest employment in families in opposition to Secretary Boutwe the Avest thus converting the children to a n a r i. I to Cranks Industry and rescuing them i a Quot t f p from the ranks viciousness. Idlene Aud amerian Fleet off Southampton Friday but visit was entirely private sciences to to Nidd a sae Cesi requires a Roper teaching and to Rogoli study. In these respects the conservatory gives to its pupils Indra stages not possible in private teaching terms for tuition. Or Howe Ohio made an interesting he declined an invitation to visit South statement describing the treatment Ampton receive deputations from the boys in a reformatory and Industrial in j Stit ution in that state. Kindly and Augustus Schell the new chairman treatment had the wet j committee sub effects and he especially remarked per Quarter ton it eos two Leggons per gardens to cultivate. Week payable strictly in Advance. Ger t. Buxton m. P., after referring to piano Forte first Grade to desired to ask piano Forte other grades. 12 50 some questions. He understood that tie Orean a a look during which the children were re Cinatl Tattoo the Vitioe red in the new York institution was 10 00 months a term a Titch was much to Okrongli Baas Harmony and a 1 a a a a v. Sequently had a consultation with Greeley the powerful influence giving boys to the manner conducting the Cam com position 160 Shorter than that during which children were detained in English institutions the term in this country Teing Seldom less than twelve eighteen months. If this infer mation As to six months is Correct he desired to know if the Shorter time detention was owing to the circumstances the american a population rendering it easier than in this country to place a child out. The chairman said . Buxton had correctly understood like operation the Industrial school system in new York and he stated that children there were not criminal but Fiir aply neglected and it was not held Nec Elisary to keep the children Long in Wool. I . I Otic Ohio spoke in a explanation first term begins monday sept. 2 a the Saua factors Progre ii re Brm Atory second Quot Quot wednesday nov. 131 and Industrial school in America lie also third Quot Quot monday feb 2 f paid the highest tribute to the labors an fourth Quot Quot ,adrill3 de. The children clergymen who Are dependent upon their parents for Means will be charged one half the above rates. Free advanta6es daily instruction in the principles music and sight singing. Weekly chorus rehearsal n which All pupils the conservatory Are a tired to part and the use the conservatory Library. Calendar for 1872-3. Pain. A the democratic state Central committee Missouri in its session Friday night decided to Call a Sute convention to nominate state ticket to be held at Geffen cite wednesday August 2i9t. A the uni Ltd d Loudon letter nays that appended to the argument the British agent before the Geneva tribunal under the i Atli article the treaty is the report a committee a Board Trade rela Tise to the claims the United states. After examining these claims Wlinich were for the sum $25,00,000, tie committee Fiat Liat 00,000 to Side i int to cover Thiu. A the court at Saratoga new York saturday negatived by a vote 20 to 9, the plea the defendant a counsel that the court had no jurisdiction the lenses Barnard under a former writ. A motion to strike out the article charging conspiracy with Fisk in the matter tug Albany and Susque wednesday april 13 log Lush Taan Kobe i Vav Oferton in Ajmer Lauua Railroad was negatived. Off cups elected a general War words. Shari we Call our club Quot anti Grant Quot Quot democratic Quot Greeley Quot i a Dekeas the time is at hand when. A the voters this the third Ward will be Cir a q opera House called upon to express their Choice for a ult Iok a Urcho new president vice president governor and other state and county hers to be elected in october and i it november nest. Ami Wue Beas in the opinion this meet ing the Al airs the government have under the administration i residents Grant been administered in an in a Wise and wasteful manner whereby peace and Prosperity have not prevailed and the National debt and taxes have steadily increased. Now Tje Lieving As we do that the present Fortune and Prosperity this great and Good country demands a _ _ rift iii Chonge that administration. Therefore wellies Day evg., a july �i4tll. He med that a club be formed to be _ known As the Greeley and Crown club i pledged to the Suc seas the whole National i i Tot due Pittl state and county democratic nomination i that the same is now hereby organized with the Curvat and that a committee three be appoint i t t a re Van de by the chair to report to this meeting for its action a proper organization by thu a club. . One night Only. Ben Cotton. Ii.\rrystax�ooi>. John r. Kemble. . Sheridan and Mack. N. 6. Young John Fowles Miyoung &g0. .4 re a Pedly been Misc the popular merchant tailors for Saui. F Oes Al Etui lying to situated in Bloomingdale Bowse Tiu add i. C i if in. Or can a r. Mccurdy at c. Orff pc co Quot dry store no8. 5 and 7 Columbia Street. Lost. With their Light nine change Ard a Arches tra m Solo performers Uii Ler the a a Recti info Cajias. A. Boyd. 1 admi$i8iou am usual. J 1. Wic Wruk. feeling Remaria by Dafter but per�ou9- Vot a in he Hall. Pursuant to Call there was a Small but a elect gathering the Quot a terrified Quot at Ewing d Liall saturday night. The week previous had been passed by our cd Grgetic friends L. Chittenden cd a?., in circulating a paper for signatures and they tinally succeeded in procuring a number the old Jackson democrats to affix their names together with one two obscure foreheads who formerly acted with the Republican party. By half past eight clock some thirty individuals Quot who live move and have their being Quot within the classic precincts the third Ward together with several who dwell in other wards had gathered in Ewing s Hall. By a previous arrangement b. D. Miner the old reliable was chosen to As temporary chairman. In accepting the chair he repeated his old a Peech. E. A. Alorton was appointed Secretary pro Lem. Or. Louis Newberger then made his first appearance before a democratic Assembly since the late county convention refused by an almost unanimous vote to nominate him for and moved that the club proceed to the election Oili cers. This was bitterly opposed by the Hon. Allen , who also made his first Appie Francc before a Gat ice ing the a terrified since the late coi pity convention unanimously failed to endorse him As a candidate for Congre Ssuan at Large and moved to Lay the motion the Tabic. The gentle eau very sensibly insisted waiting for a larger crowd before an organization should be effected although he neglected to slate that the prospects for a Large crowd were decidedly discouraging. The motion to Lay the table was lost by vote 27 to 2. W. In Kernan then moved that the election permanent chairman be proceed led with which was opposed by messes. Zollars and Rourke. The motion was carried by a vote 23 to 2. Or. Meyer Grable not allowing its late overwhelming defeat in the county convention As a candidate for the nomination for the legislature to Dampen his enthusiasm for the great Democrat . G., then ened his Mouth for the purpose ringing a Bell which would Call outsiders to the club which is 1� revolutionize the world by nominating our popular Friend k. Bell esq., for permanent airman. The Hon. Allen Zollars objected to being controlled by a clique Avrich had come there to Quot run things. There were older and better men in the Ward than 1�. Bell. He then nominated for the position judge Borden the life Long supporter ii. G., who declined in favor . Bell. He believed in the adage Quot old men for Conns a Young men for . Zollars not to be thwarted in this manner nominated . Miner who seized the Opportunity to repeat his old speech referred to above Bat declared in favor . Pell. Or. Zollars then nominated . Thanhouser who also declined in favor . Hell. Or. Kernan the Isen Elnel who being a new Comer was not aware that Henry Colerick breathes the moral atmosphere the second Avard nominated that ambitious Young Man for president which ii. Generously de . Zulletti to lion moved that the election be postponed until major Wolke who has not been seen since the demo cratic convention endorsed Greeley could be discovered which . Mixer in the old speech previously referred to ruled out order. Or. Zollars not being Able to see any other available person subsided and . Bell an amendment offered by w. Ii. Kernan the a online was unanimously chosen president. Or. Bell thanked the club briefly for the Honor conferred upon him hoped that he would at Tain a moderate degree Success in the discharge his duties thought the pros a sects the democracy and Liba flattering Here he smiled in spite All his efforts to retain his self control and stated that he would proceed at once to the transaction business. Or. Zollars Here for the first time made a motion which was carried namely that myer Graffe late candidate for the i legislature be chosen vice president. Mem. Or. Z. Had previously slated that . Graffe had no knowledge parliamentary Law and that the Honor was merely an empty one which indeed is the Case . Graffe who is not accustomed to receiving favors from the democracy my a l county declined the Honor Lien. I no cited As to whether the i into sided a compliment otherwise l ii Twenty persons who yet remained in a Hall strenuously insisted his accept am and he yielded gracefully. B. D. Miner then with his courtly and modest made the old speech referred to above and concluded by thanking the audience for heir kind attention Aud offering the Loubov Fin ret let Iota harness. Attention l. Judge Bordighi us cd Luai tic to referred to a committee five to be appointed by the chair. He said in connection with the proposed name that he Fet about Greeley the a ame Way a Quaker whom he once knew Felt about a woman who was selected for him to marry. Quot thee is not handsome for Prici it Ossepi Fig Quot said the Quaker to the Damsel Quot Bat because Friend Ames has chosen thee for me i will take so the Able pure and corp Quot j Lent Jurist Felt about Horace Greeley the democracy said take him and he Iio Semk must do it without dissent. Mem Here James Sommers by a previous arrangement with the judge snapped his a Nger the remaining seventeen cheered. He thought Liat the democracy would March to Victory this year said that tie members the club did not yet know under what rules they were acting. Suggested that the committee spoken above be if Struc cd to draw up a Constitution and by Laws and also that the chair appoint one two liberals said com Minfee. was t a the Hall myer Graff late candidate for the legislature moved that All re Solu Lions which should be offered be referred to that committee. Judge Borden Here upon jumped to his feet and protested against the use the gag Law though the republicans had gagged us enough for the past ten years. A d. Miner then by Way explanation delivered his old speech referred to above during which s. E. Sinclair Aud s. Felsenthal left the Hall leaving fifteen still remaining. He thought it made Little difference about a name Quot a Rose by any other name Quot Etc. Here considerable sparring took place Between judge Borden and . Miner during which the latter gentleman it quote Ltd very copiously from Hig old speech referred to above . A lizier remarked that he was an out and out straight haired Democrat Iliad lived in Thim Here country since 1s35, and never scratched a ticket the democracy were rising in their might and strength did not consider Here he cast a withering glance at judge Borden Liat Greeley was a bitter Pill to Swallow rejoiced in the action the Baltimore convention. E. L. Clit tending said that All the wards in the City looking at the third Ward wit i keen anxiety. A name must be adopted to night we know who we Are. Probably that May be the More easily found next november judge Borden withdrew his motion until a name should be chosen j. S. France renewed the name motion. Samuel thanhouser wanted three men appointed a committee to draft Constitution and by Laws. Here France Rose up again but was at once squelch cd. Of fort Wayne Here some discussion arose As to the name the club. After a fierce contest it was decided that it should be called the think Ward Greeley and Brown Campaign club Quot and . Bell declared the babe born and christened. Louis Newberger donated ten pictures h. G., which were accepted with thanks. The chair announced that the committee resolutions would consist Jos. Franco Lafe Bowser Charles Hertig l. Newberger and Allen Zollars. Or. Zollars declining to serve Edward Rourke was substituted who also declined As did Samuel thanhouser. E. L. Chittenden was then placed the committee. H. Moderwell lib was then chosen treasurer. On motion the chair appointed a committee arrangements and reception for the Hendricks meeting saturday night to judge Borden Samuel thanhouser and Lafe Bowser to which k. Bell was added As chairman. The half dozen persons then remaining in the Hall adjourned to meet at he common peas court Koom next Friday evening at s clock. 8tabi.�s he utes Traub Ilam tli�>01.di it Maun can mho la t Ort Ira tue. And a a a in the largest the Best pm the cheapest harness saddles trunks collars whips amp a Al tithe a a Riel it edgy s16. $20. S23 Ond $100. Mcruer s double harness $22 and up Rurdy. Cedles t5 and upwards wli5i�i. 20c to s5, Lam Borge covers 81 Ard upwards. Collars tl.2s and Alwarda horse brushes 2dc and upwards. Tranks and upward sat hels 53c and upwards. A i iring done to order. All goods warranted to to Good. Remember the Placo 901-2 Columbia-st., opposite Morgan amp Beach. New depart in. Wis Hare Thi it Hir test Nad finest Stock Quot a a do he los. 50. Pc a t Columbia Street Foit r a Vii Sriri. Bronze Meiai Nickic Silver plated door locks latches knobs bolts amp Puii ies also. Sheaves door Bells drawer pulls brackets amp a. We sell doors Sash. Blinds file less Putty White Lead Etc., is Fth Caius the tin its w�4lware Lokk it prices that in it Competition. Leather Belling rubber belting packing &c., Are All warranted and can to returned at Nur cup knee i not As . Save your Money i by Exi Minin had purr Haiku Yungr iii adware Quot Brandriff Prescott amp co wholesale and Lair Dwarf every kind. A the Long Island Republican Centra committee was found at its late meeting to be composed three Greeley men three Grant men and one Independent. This condition things has caused a Little excitement As it is said the Greeley men will be Able to control matters and elect new members leaving the opposition to litigate for the books funds amp a. The attempt to organize a Greeley Central committee from the various Greeley clubs last evening resulted id b meeting which was characterized by great confusion and disorder. Tie malcontents were urged by a parly anti Greeley ites who were present. A advices from st. Petersburg state that the cholera epidemic is gradually making its Way from the Eastern province. Of Russia gaining a foothold in the Central and Western portions the Empire. Moscow is now suffering from the in a malignant form. The proportion deaths and discoveries is eight to one thousand. The wealthier classes Are fleeing into Western Europe. At st. Petersburg a few spasmodic cases have appeared tie authorities Are cutting Between the capital and tie infected Dis-1 tricks. The grave diggers Are a strike at the cemetery. A a Herald dispatch says Liat the Accident the new York Central Railroad yesterday presented a scene which beg Gared description. The occupants the Hinol in Quot car to which the loss life was continued were fastened in and were plead ing for help in a Way which was sickening one Man had his head wedged in the window and could not get it out. Lib Les had to be chopped wit i axes in the cars to relieve tie sufferers. The engineers jump cd from both the trains before the collision. E. Burnham Smith who wan killed was a wholesale Book seller Detroit and War identified. The Oiher Mati who was killed is in opened to be Jeremiah state. A Billi Artl table Buffalo. By Iuvino contractors. Sutermeister Becker amp Bono building contractors and do Aleksin Stone Lua Lilc and Ciraul item tombstones Ililau Tlam a rates a a. Main amp Fulton-sts., fort Wayne. Ind. Medical. Cures neuralgia. A Hii it did it valuable compound discovered medical science is for the immediate Relief and Cura , it is used be nil it prominent i physicians in the i Nitcy stint i a few drops i implied externally to Civ in it ant relist Quot without the slight Eai injury to Lucy item. Sold by All urns Gist. E. I. Cuony a i co. Titi at to so a the treet it. La Uit for three reasons . e Cut Ordin to the very l.ate8t styles. 3nd. Lee keep tie very finest Good in the Market. 3rd. We keep our Promise As to time when Stiim a Iball be finished. The Conser Leuco it we Are a ire run with eur Stomei who be eve la Stush Anta excellent a Loh i and prompt new a. In oar Tlemcen s furnishing goods department we have a full Stock underwear shirts Neckles collars Cna ac., we invite particular attention to our ready made clothing we get Bur cloth los from the Best houses in but Miton and Kew York and have it made to order to suit the season and the styles. Without boasting we have suits every description for boys Young and old men at the very lowest prices. We invite the attention everyone to our goods. Lost Friday july 19tii, 1872, one Gold locket with Blue name Tina and one Pearl set. Has a photograph wife and child. A Liberal Reward Given if returned to mkt to voice. Fou if. Fotune tsp a Al a at Tho Entrance to Pakuer s drug Storp the owner can have it by calling we. E. Stone. 7i Douglas Avenue and paying for Thi Advertis eminent. Re Ai estate. Real estate. Value ibo City lot for building and Speca uting purpose Are for a ale by Lewin k Lumbard office Over merc huffs National Bank Corner main aim Calhonn it. Good birr Kim Given and Long my Short Timea. War a agents fur eight the bes insurance companies in the United state and England. La Saran a taken at fair rates. B1tsinikjcariis.p agent Agency y h. F. Wiex80ii�, Corner Calhoun and �lain-sts., fori Wayne. Indiana Albert Joost Titcher a Strumental. Music. Orders May be left at 0. L. Hill a music store Ench amp Hertig attorneys. At Law Northwest Corner main a�4 Oun streets. Fort Wayne Indiana will practice in the state and Federal Roarta. By mess transacted in the French and Gera Iab linkages. Sackl m. A Koch Cha blog a Ryan attorney at a Law and Justice the peace. Sp�c1k< attention Siren to collections and All Butine a entrusted to Bis care. Deeds crts Are and other business like character will reveire prompt attention. Office court Street. Oter k. A Bell s Law , Rosslee notary Public a real estate and general i Surano agents. Office. No 4. Over Hamilton s Bank fort Wayne Indiana. Will Gira prompt at Tention to buying and Selling real estate Par is taxes and general amp Gol shall Attoe Vineys at Law real estate and Inen Ranea a sents and agents for Quot Blanchard s collect ing and advertising collection made in All parts the United states. Olsch to. 7eastmain-st, oter the auction Arciom fort Wayne ind. Jab. E. Giuna. V. B. Oot Shari. Justice Tho pc co. Notary Public. J Indiana. Sb., at fort was be Tho 12th Day july a. 1. 1872. The undersigned hereby gives notice his appointment As Assignee George w. Ewing and William b. Smith in strict court it said District. Homer c. Hartman. Assigned. N. 3. Young amp co. To Quot it who has been a Jud a u. A we no. 9 East main st. District is Iasa. Is. I hereby designate the fort Wayne Uii Kotb and port Wayno Sentinel for the publication tha Ahota notice. Witness my hand at Frt Wayne in said District this Lith Day july. 187. Jylgd3tw3w_r. B. Robertson. In Al Indiana is. At fort Wayne. Indiana. Ihu 2ut Day june. 1872. The undersigned hereby gives notice his appointment As Assignee Hugh a Hanna. In the county Allen and state Indiana within said uis strict who has been adjudged a bankrupt i upon his own petition by tha District court i said District. . T. Abbott. Assignee. Lip Pincon s Magazine. A illustrated monthly popular literature and science. It test is Stjes. The August number Costa Inix numerous Beautiful engravings. C tests 1. A Switchback excursion. Profusely illustrated. By ii. Sheafer. 2-travels in the air. Concluding paper. Illustrated. S. Eccentric englishman. By the lady Blanche Murphy. 4. Tue sacrifice. A poem. By Emma Lazerus. 5. Tub Strang adventures a Phaeton. Chapters 19-2t. By William Black. 6. Heinrich Heine. By Kate billiard. 7, the dark lady. A Story by Christian Reid author Quot Valerio 8. Camp meeting sin tie West fifty years .\g0. By Willian. Cooper Howells. 9. One versus two. A a a tory. By Constance Feni More Woolson. In Art col be colons Philadelphia. By S. V. Or. A. E. Borie s gallery. To. Or j. Gilingham fell s gallery ii the Grive to bade Weiler. A poem. By c. F. B. J2. An Eastern strata Evi. By N. Dodge. W. Our monthly gossip a social Prussia the Bulgers Etc. It. Literature the . Do strict Indiana is. I Robert s. Robertson Register in bankruptcy. In and for said District hereby designate the fort Wayne Gazette and fort Wayne Sentinel for the publication the foregoing notice. Witness my hand this 2ist Day it june 1s72, r. S. Robertson Register. Sentinel please copy 80cusne& Lodge no. 342, f. Amp a. A meets at their Hall third Story p. 0. In lading court st every tuesday evening. Stated communications the first tuesday evening each month Daniel Gibson James Graham s. W. R. S. Rob Romb j. A thanhouser tres. Jno. Lib lie jr., Sec a r. S. . F. Boho and John b. Lodge. No. 25, f. Amp a. A. Meets every tuesday evening at Mason to Hall. Stated before the fall Tho snood. E. Pierce. W. A. J. Freeman s. W. J. R. Wheeler j. W. W. . Phil. R. Grund. Dec City Lodge no. 170, a. A. Meets every Friday evening at masonic Hull Northwest Corner Calhoun and Berr ats. Regular communication the first Friday evening each month. W. C Babcock. A. A l. Thomas s. Was la. Knight a. W. Israel Lee Traa aurer . Fisk Secretary. For ship nil Book dealers. Null a cos terms yearly subscription. Single number. 35 cents. Specimen number uis led. Postage paid to say Addis so Cit 25 cents. J. B. Lippiwcott amp co., publishers 715 and 717 Market st., Philadelphia. Sol. D. Bayles3 Lodge no. 359 f. A a a. M., meets at masonic Hall every monday evening. Regular communication second monday each month. J. I. White. . Geo. . W. L. Smith. J. A d. Fisher. Orcas. O. D. Crane Jeo a e a Rovos a a. R. Mccurdy. So Robert w. Lurphy and w. U. David Stew rid a Syrinx j. D. Bond Audi. 5-. Smith teed. Gift # 300,000 Missouri state lottery. Legalized by Stato authority and drawn in Public in st. Louis. 4uraud single Ivi Riiber scheme. 50.000 numbers. Lasit to be drawn july 31, mar. 5,880 prizes amounting to $300,000. Tort Quot Wayne chapter no. 19 j. R. A. M., meet every wednesday Evenio for work. Stated communication first Wedney a Lay every month. A. U. Hamilton h. James Freeman. King s. B. Sweet a crib . Uger c. Ii. 0. Smith. S. J. A Stellwagon. U. A. J. W. Reynolds. 3d v. William Knight. A. And v. J. E , g. M., is v. F. Cumi Cavish guard Cage Reiter treasurer g. I it Crane Secretary James Freeman b. Pietje and 11. F. Wilson trustees. O. V. A. Council no. 4, mee1"s every thursday evening at their Hall Corner Berry and Harrison streets. Franklin Fry a j. H. Fry. V. E. Davis. K. 6. Bohman Fin. Sec a c. B. Oakley. Treasurer Porter Chamberlain. A along a Woodworth. Sex. 1 Price .iao.m 1 prize .13,450 i Riib .30.000 1 prize -7,500 4 prizes .s.oik 4 prizes .2,500 20 prizes .l.otio 20 prizes .600 40 prizes of540 500 prizes Ino 9 prizes ., 9 prizes . Y prizes ._. 9 prizes . Prizes . �6 prizes ., Iso prizes . So a prizes . Look 500 500 250 a 150 100 10 $5. Tickets $10. Half tickets quarters $2,50. It our lotteries Are chartered by the state lire always drawn at Tho time and All drawing Are under Tho Supe Vistan sworn commissioners. Jee Tho official Drabiuk will be published in the st. Louis papers and a copy sent to purchasers tickets. A a w will draw a Siviur scheme the last Day every Mouth during Tho year 1872. A a a remit at our risk by in i office Loncy orders. draft i profs. Scud i u circular Miller to co. Post Olliee Box 2146. A st. Louis to. Unis its Lodge no. 5, k. 1 meets every tuesday evening at Tho Hall Over the pos office. I. To Senthil v. A 8. Graff w. H. Mordhurst scribc.i.o. Lodge no i9, meets every thursday evening. We. Killen. N a w. Berry v. A Albretcht. R. A Ihil. R. Grund p. 8. Gordon Green. Wayne jul meets every Monda Lodge no. Night. . 1-t Graff l. Meets every monday night. J. Grab. B. Zarbaugh v. H. Hen Dergin. S. W. T. Mcki an p. S. J. Wise. X. Physic a. Or. A a Rice. 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