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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The foot Isie daily Gazette Hall Dav Moke Siig june 8. 1872. A try boobs. Local politics. Daily doings. Religious. Mum it vill Offik this week la every department Frea and attractive goods at a great of Vrnon from Early seasoned prices. Bless goods. Comprising Over 1,000 is. At fro a 20 to 40 per cent under april prices. Black i grenadines with silk Stripe. Black Ore Nadies with silk futures Black err Ladines with Satin japanese bilks win i stripes and Lawai japanese bilks win i stripes summer Silks in Black and Grey stripes. 8-4 Black grenadines at s1.50 per Yard. Pink Blue and Buff French Organ Dies. Kich Satin Stripe Victoria lawns. Plain and Check Victoria lawns. Figured. Ribbed and Stripe True -. Buff and chocolate color linens. Grass cloth suiting in All Eolours. Chambretti cloths for suits 25c per Yard. Black taffeta Silks is. �1.25 and �1.50 i later cd. Black Gro Grain Silks �1.t5 �2 and s2.�o pryd French Percale at 18, 20, 22 and 25c per cd. Forming the most completa line of dress goods and at the lowest prices we have Ever shown. A no iii licenses were a Saucil yes i the democratic county con Quot a Quot a National exercises Venetiou to Day. Niay yesterday. I it Plymouth Church a the City is full of strangers a it Ufuti yesterday. Cal religious and otherwise. I a fort Wayne is to have a new twelve la find brass Cannon. A the fort Wayne tii Riverin society will give a grand picnic at mad Anthony a pleasure Park on the 4th of july. J the of ministers who oct the Black Crook to Oupe in to a Complete list of the candidates for the different offices. The Quot a terrified Quot working for their cause in Good Earnest. re lug Dimco Vircer lion i iii inn Dir Lucs. Ward and Tow sup Meei bugs a election of Delegate a. I it amp shawl def ment. We outer this week an entire new lib a direct from manufacturers All of which we guarantee to be perfect fitting and Well mad. White of Andie dresses with polonaise. White Victoria Lawn suits with capes. Buff and chocolate color Linen suits. Plain and Stripe grass cloth suits nmn travelling dusters with Cape. We orca die polonaise. A hike Lawn suits for misses. Gran cloth suits for misses. Whit pique dresses for children. Brown Linen blouses for boys. Buck Cashmere Havelock Stripe Grenadine shawls. It Black Grenadine shawls. V Slack Llama lace jackets. Dianish lace shawls. White Luma lace shawls. Black and coloured Tibet shawls. A amp sols. Ekaut assortment at greatly re Ducj prices to close out. Hosi a and gloves. We offer this week a Complete line of ladies White and Brown Balbriggan Hosa. Try sue mens English half Host. Misses boys and children White and fancy Cotton Hose in every size and Quality. Also summer gloves in that variety. Also a Complete assortment of our celebrated feb for kid Glove in one or two buttons. Also the Best Low Litrico 1 Button kid Glove sold in the world in Ulack White Mode and opera colors. Also have largely replenished our a it Omlar Stock of White goods real and imitation Val in Cinnes and thread laces. Blok tto pure and thread trim milk laces fab tie Quot amburs a sings insertions and bands. Inst Muse Illes braids amp and fringes. Uan kerchiefs. Collars ribbons Black and Cul it no a fridges. Dress buttons fancy goods Etc. Hod keep Greg let ears a o09roiis. In sheeting Pillow casings. Towels and to Felings curtain draperies table covers Marseilles and i div it ice it my a flu. It a a iii. Doyle s blankets. Flat libels. Clottu Saeei Meres. Jeans Pant and coat linens. Also in immense Stock of Domestic Cotton goods at our usual f lows by. Koot if Oole pairs hrs by Cima Hbl a Nohew a a a re. To a Mia my Street Koot if Oole pairs hrs by Cima Hbl a Nohew a a a re. To a Mia my Street s. E. Mob88. City b3hor, sat Betat. Jav we s.187s. We Are indebted to coi. S. Robertson for the following statement of Kis meteor Quot Oci Erta on during the past two Montbl vol Bil. Highest temp e. 16lh> 2 p a. Lowest 1st and 16th, a m.-30. Highest mean temp t lowest Quot a a mean for Mon i 30th, .77. .35. .,54.07 Quot Iraln fill in inches r. I a a Vii Quot the lowest upper nature of april. 1871, we april is and the 8i�. On to 7th mean for same month m.85, Only 12-ho a Al a degree lower. The rain fall of the same Mouth Only 33-100 of an Inch greater. May. Highest Tempe 8a 2 p. 87. I it West Quot 2d,9p. .40. Highest mean 8tn, .79. Lowest Quot .�-33 mean for month a. Kain fall in inches it the highest May in 94. On 25 a 7 higher than this. The lowest 41-, me 5th, 10 higher than this. The mean for my Almonth 64.a. 1.� higher. The rain Falla same Mcmath 2.4. Pc level Ami ats. Parties who Are vell posted make the following assertions i petting or. Geo w. Durgin jr., pulls i As a Natter of news it is said that on one Occa Slun an auditing committee waking a monthly examination of accounts when he turned in a note for �1,000, with the Signa Ture of h. H. Boy Ier for which be claim cd and allowed credit. He alleged that that amount of Theja Oci Alisip Fonds bad been loaned to or. Bossier bul it has since trud red that such no Ccase and that the signature a claimed to lie a forgery. In another instance it is alleged that he altered a note and mortgage drawn by Isaac Blystone and recorded in a Correct manner changing it so As to read $2,000 instead of $1,000, and receiving Cret lit for the increased amount. A a com to. Ciao six Coceto judge in wry. Lo4 David w. Jones is. Johno. White Siead. Written reasons filed on motion for new trial. John Taylor is. Francis Coitt. Motion by defendant for order for Sale of part Only of premi Aee. Court adjourned until 9 o clock this incoming. Cri Mikat comic to Al de Brecek Iukie. The criminal court convened yesterday morning but at once adjourned until monday at 9 a. M., without a inn Otic business. In the Case of the state is. Geo. W. Durgin jr., the judge s decision on the motion for a Bill of particular will then be rendered. Tie democracy of Allen county will bold a convention to Day at Colerick s opera House to select to the state congressional senatorial and judicial conventions and to nominate two state representatives one prosecuting attorney of the criminal court one sheriff one treasurer one Surveyor one Coroner one land appraiser ind two commissioners. So far As known the following u a com plese list of the Canu suates before the convention land appraisers Daniel s. Ivance Amasa Shaffer. Commissioners Jacob Hillegas Henry Baker b. D. Miner. Treasurer Jolin King. Representative a John 1\ Isle Pajl Aii Idrew Metzger. Mahlon Heller,, Jacob c. B hut vim. Era to Dawson Jeff. C. Bowser myer l. Gaff Louis Newberger. Sheriff Maurice Cody j. D. Banco Geo. W. Hand Isaac w. Campbell. Prosecuting attorneys. F. Smart Samuel m. Henclik Mart. V. Got Hall e. G. Coverdale Jos. S. France. Senator John d. Sarni Hausen John Orff. Electioneering. For the past two or three Days the streets have presented a Lively aspect the different candidates spending their time and Money in treating making premises Etc., and in Many other ways showing their fitness ? for the positions to which they aspire. We very much regret that it is not All As Happy As it should be among oar a terrified Bre Thren. They claim to be All working together for the introduction of purity in Public affairs and yet on yesterday one leading Democrat said of another even a More prominent High priest of the party that he had been buying votes at to much a head Atid it could be proved another one made some very damaging assertions regarding the past career of Isaac Campbell one of the candidates which he also stood ready to prove. Bird cliques might have been seen on one Comer and Fleming cliques on another. Sarni Hausen men abused John Orff while Orff men mildly retaliated. The contest for the be preventative med to be the most spirited while that for. Sheriff the most a personal. Towards evening it became apparent that the chances of Ike Campbell for the nomination were decreasing and those of or. Hance were increasing. Isaac s delegates Only received three votes out of Twenty it cast in the Wayne township election which seemed to be very signify Cit Straw. Hance evidently the rising Man and the Campbell Stock quoted lower. For be preventative the race Good natured although from All the indications our popular and Able Young Friend Jeff. C. Bowser several lengths ahead. Considerable discussion held on the merits of the different candidates for prosecuting attorney. People outside of the King seem to regard s. F. Smart As the Best Man named for that position and he would no doubt be the most formidable candidate mentioned. Ward and township meetings. Meetings were held last evening in the diff rat wards and townships to elect delegates to the convention. A Wayne towns her. The election in this township resulted As follows Frederick Fahlsing of John Boon of Jacob Fallier 32 vision Clark 31 Geo. Beierlein 3 Lewis Gerke 3 Frederick Stellhorn 3 John Dolin 2. Congressional Engle 7. Total rotes cast 34. Adams township. I. D. G. Kelson Henry Hartman con Rad Trier Frederick Hitzman Christian Wieser Charles h. Smith William mos beam Washington Lown Shu. Charles Bee Henry Kai Mever John p. Hedges. First Ward. F. P. Bandall Henry barcii.-, Fred. Beckno second Ward. Free a. Eckert Thos. Mannix w. I. Col Erick John w. Bull Bandoli item in it iat. Meyers third Ward. Michail Singleton 224 f. H. Wolke 129 w. To Eyer 192 Jas. Sommers 190 Jokn dj�2gmeyer 174 Michael Kel Ley 163. Congressional. John w. Bull o. P. Morgan Henry Colerick Samuel Hench. Senatorial. , 106 f. C. Meyers 104 win. To Meyer John a. Droeg Mieyer. Congressional a. Nierman u 7 Dan. Harmon 106. Judicial Geo. D. Crane a. F. To Liomin Bein. Ledo to a ,500 House a few evenings ago giving a very Fine entertainment. A the Public schools closed yesterday and Twenty five Hundred scholars Are just beginning their twelve weeks vacation. A a Wagon loaded with Wood broke Down in Ewing Street yesterday afternoon. Of course a Gazette reporter on hand. A the grass in the court House Yard yesterday rolled with a roller weighing 250 pounds engineered by two Stout men. Quot the Board of commissioners did not transact any business of importance at the session yesterday. An adjournment taken until monday. A petitions of the Chicago Continental amp Baltimore and Detroit it. Wayne amp st. Louis railroads for Aid will come before the county commissioners of Huntington county Indiana and a Day be appointed for holding an election to vote Aid to those Blade. A yesterday afternoon during the severe storm a Large bulletin Board on main Street opposite the Etc linage hotel let a j<1>&Quot, Lutwick. Blown in Cupy the different pulpits to mopped. The association convened at nine clock yesterday and spent half an hour in a solemn season of prayer and conference the chief thought of the meeting being Tho Felt need of a pouring out of god s spirit upon the Church and Community. At of o clock the regular business of tiie Day Oil ened by the adoption of the minutes of the previous meeting followed by the Rei Ort of the treasurer Kev. N. A. Hyde. Reports of the churches being next in order an hour pleasantly spent in hearing front the various churches represented by the association. As a whole an increased interest is Felt in All the churches while some report a falling off in membership still the majority report a much More satisfactory condition both spiritually and temporarily than re ported at tic meeting last Jear. The various committees for the to Range it of the business of trip a were next by the Moderator. Gen. C. H. Howard being present from the american onary association spoke very earnestly of experience among the freedmen of our country. He reports Tiit the coloured people of our Southern states Are in a deplorable condition spiritually owing to a Lack of men to preach the to Ossiel to them while the baser natures of the i it eople Are being fed by All the Wiles of a. Tan. As a Church we have not used All the Power we have to combat the same. General Howard at the close of i remarks introduced Bev. Barnabas Boot a native of Sherbo West coast of Africa. Or. Boot is a Man a Little below the melt cum statute and truly a negro both in color and features. It has Seldom been our Fortune to listen to a More ii Leas ant and interesting speaker in Isco or. Boot came to this country in company with a returning missionary from Africa that he might receive an education sufficient to enable to go Back Home and preach the word of god to Brethren. He is under the direction of the american missionary association and will labor in the Mendi Mission. Twenty five years ago a slave ship started from Africa for this country. On the Over the slaves mutinied and after Many Days of trial on the arrived at new Haven. After a partial education they were sent Back As a Colony accompanied by missionaries. This the be ginning of the Mendi Mission and also in a measure the origin of the american missionary association. In addition to the Pursuit of studies or. Boot has translated a Wrt ions of the Bible into own Tongue for the Benefit of Brethren of Africa. The meeting in the afternoon occupied for the first hour in hearing reports from the Visitin Brethren pointed remarks being made by Bros. W. L. Jones of California and Hough of Jackson Michigan. A paper read by Kev. Evarts Kent i mini Iskui Cihiy on a a Ilow can we Teal Mast successfully with modern the subject Well presented and received by the association with expressions of approval. The discussion that followed it quite spirited. Kev. Howe urged pastors to preach the truth without fear. Kev. Hyde said we Mast Appeal to the spiritual nature of Man not the intellectual. Kev. Tyler believed the heart must be reached that scepticism might be banished. Kev. Jones thought so optical ideas came from Many sources. Ministers who fall under temptation shake the Faith of Many. If religion not of got the i consist ant lives of proves sore would have utterly blotted it from the Earth. Kev. Patch urged that we inc not afraid to meet sceptics in debate As they bring Forth their views. Bro Potter said no one a skew Ilic a Jujj Foj Imge f a sinner therefore we yesterday afternoon about one o clock Quot set with the word of god to before evening a Force of men engaged in raising it again. A we learn through a letter from c. H Smith business manager of the Jennie Hight comedy comi it any that this popular Trojie now playing an engagement at st. Jo., 3iissouri, will shortly return to fort Wayne after a most successful season in the far West. A by the use of the famous Halford Leicestershire table sauce your soup fish and meat Are made More delicious and nutritive. Every person who uses the Ford is its Roi or reference. Physicians heartily recommend its use for they know it to be made of Choice material. A a handsome new marriage License Book yesterday o ened by the county clerk. The old Book contained 749 licenses issued since the 1th Day of november 1870, on which Day or. Edsall entered the office. The new Book issued from the sen Lind office and is very creditable to that establishment. A the Gern Iania musical society gave an entertainment at the mad Anthony Park Garden last night. Tree affair throughout a decided Success. Both the musical and vocal performances were finely executed. Tis society now num hers 104 members and bids fair to become one of the strongest musical organizations in the West. A John Zimmerman who shot and killed John Mclain brought before Justice Franks for preliminary examination yesterday waived the examination and committed to jail without bail. Studabaker and Bobo Are retained for the defence and messes. Bell of fort Wayne and France and Heller of Deai Turgor the prosecution. A the boarders at the Hamilton House with a number of invited guests about fifty in All Lead an cd cussing to Kome City yesterday. They left fort Wayne about 9 o clock a. In a s it Cecial train on the grand rapids and Indiana Railroad furnished by the Hon. C. E. Gorham and arrived at their destination a half an hour Lair. Tie Day passed please Tiff if boating fishing Etc., not the least important feature being the elegant collation to which it is rumoured d. C. Fisher did ample Justice. The party left Bome City at 4 30 arriving Here about 5 p. Lu., Well pleased with the Day s sport. Buri rave. Heartily invited to attend. It is rare to a can see the faces of lilo so Olio Piave labor j 0 1 i these Distant lands and hear from their own lips of the degradation of the i people and the Success of missionary labor ill raising them to the condition of civilized christians this meeting will doubtless be an ocasion of special in i Crest. A Allioli a crib it a let. Mary r of Lafity clot and . Sci views m i a. And 3 p. It of. Ii Kiriou incl whiter i it Aston it. Catli Olic a Ennon a st. I aug in Corner of j Griffith and West Washington its. Services at a i a. In. And a i it. Kev. Father Kocur a Alor. J Catholic Church of Thclma Maculate Conception cast Sido , Between Jefferson and Lewis. Scr views at a. And 3 i it. Kovs. Bono and Braiu mor pastors. A Sermon Racior Mictl. St. John s Churchi Corner of avast Washington and Webster its. Services at a. La. And a via. Kev. F. Schwedes pastor. Kest Tea s1.2�. I Tuit House. Irav Quot while c Job .st4gar lie. Holsi. I ii Quot Ricu Fiu vim &Quot., a now in Cipr Doz Klimmt Jinrui. Ii by Host i a Tuzy in get Al Etc Fiorit ii Orsk. It Ely vow York state Fric Tui cheese at Dom z to Nocki Rili a. �.�?�k-, Loag amp Brown dentists Over an it e of Kasius on. Keystone business notices. 1 a a a a Quot in it a to in so face our advice and Purchase your tickets Over i the old reliable and popular Missouri Pacific in inroad which is positively Tho Only lire that runs three daily express trains from st. Louis to Kansas City my the West 1 and is sit Velv the Only line which runs Pullman s Palace sleepers and Fine Day coaches especially for movers equipped with Miller s safety platform and Patent steam Brake from st. Louis to Kansas City fort Scott i arsons Lawrence Leavenworth Atchison st. Joseph Nebraska City Council Bluffs and Omaha without Eha Oke i for information in regard to time tables rates &c., to any Point in Missouri Kansas Nebraska Colorado Lexas or California Call upon or address s. H Thompson agent Missouri Pacific a. K., Columbus Ohio or e. A. Ford general i assent or agent st. Louis to. No trouble to answer f questions Good Cotton half Hose for $1.00 a 8. Cir Annau Kcf Orinc. Sfalcin Thanh East Side Clinton-st., Between Biry and Wayne. Services at Lori a. And to p. In. Rev. Or. Miller pastor. Episco Tinl. Church of the too Ltd shop Herd Corner of Lollman and Clinton its. Scr vices at 10 4 a. And by up. Llev. Waited Scott pastor. Lathe run Kun Fliss. Trinity Imreh Corner of East Wayne ii a Clinton is. Services at a a a. And p. Llev. Samuel Wagenhals pastor. . St. Paul s Church Barr-st., foot of Madison. Services at 10 a. And 7 p. In. Kev. Or. Sihler ii Astor. Iia Tieran a in Rimu. St. John s Church Corner West Washington and Van Burns to. Services at a a. In. And7>< p. Iii. Itch. ,1. Kucher pastor. A . Kman Uei Schurch on-st., Between Jackson and met Jii Roo. Services at a a. La. And a a m. Rcv. W. S. Stubnatzy pastor. Not hoist a Crisnali. A Cit Washinr-ton-st., Between Griffith and Fulton. Services at lok a. I. And 7jj p. In. 9ic Llo it lint afro can. Corner of Quot Kat Wayne and Francis st i. City personals. Of a Quot Quot he is a ph3 Simian indeed who cures. Al i a nil Lii it i 0 of Rico very seems lost apply a. S. Clay fresh genuine la pc sugar at Dodez to Nock will s. Magazine. Up idiom i the Hon j. Edgar to has just a Rived Home from a Hying visit to Ciot Bam. Or. Lon. Eazor of Toledo formerly of fort Wayne is now passing a few Days in our City. The Auburn is out for the Hon. Allen Zollars of this City for t ingress Man at Large from Indiana. Prof. J. T. Cummings of the High school and wife will leave the cily to Day on their summer travels. Albert the coloured Cook in the of Star Bay restaurant cast the Only Quot Jigger vote in the third Ward yesterday. Or. We. Worden a son of the lion James l. Worden has just returned from an extensive trip through the far West. W. H. Jones esq., returned from new York on thursday night. He has been absent from the City for several weeks. Or and mrs. Geo. H. Nelson Are now paying a visit to Toledo the guests of or. H. C. Hahn Well known in fort Wayne. Louis Newberger seems to lie one of the most popular of the numerous candidates for representative before the county convention. We regret to learn that Little Sammiy the youngest son of j. Coombs es�i., is lying dangerously ill from congestion of the liver. New l Ine apples 20, 55 and 40c a Neh fruit Fouse. L strawberries very Choice at the Kukit Kuusi. Over 750 cases of Catarrh have been porn Maui a july Wiiri in by . Oar to iii. An illustrated monthly of popular literate ii amp science. S. C. Quaker hams a i Dodez amp la to Klill s. At Woodward s May lie Foi and All the latest Niovi Latios in Frei ii and Sicri i ii Cliitis am a Issi Rihm tvs for Luaiki Milij stir ing a or posts. Jerked Buhalo the most Lender Stoat ill the world 22c or Ivo unti. Kit list ii Ourk. Scotch ale Wittle a Loudon i Ortor 2 Dirwin i Ortr 2 fruit Al Juse. The Tenn Citer of n nation As Clear headed As the american once become convinced from Long experience and observation that an article possesses Superior excellence As a Medicine not All the preposterous clamor of All the worthies nostrum vendors in the universe can shake their belief in us efficiency. Truth is a very tenacious thing As these worthies Are beginning to discover. Plantation bitters has too firm a hold upon Tho popular esteem to be in the slightest degree effected by the cold water diatribes i which the advertisers of fermented slops i Quot without a particle of alcohol Quot Are so fond or launching against alcoholic preparations. The Public knows very Well that thu Peerless re nov ant and tonic docs contain spirits but it also knows that they Are of the purest and most Whol it it some description Viz Fine old st Croix tie a t Active and beneficial diffuser of its remedial and invigorating properties throughout Tho system which could possibly be adopted. years a so it would have been deemed marvelous that a traveler desirous of reaching new York either from a Cincinnati Cleveland Dunkirk. Buffalo or nag Ira Falls could to afforded an Opportunity of setting out on any one of four daily express trains composed of coaches which in elegance of Structure and outfit surpass even the palaces of Royalty and of Bein nth enc safely swiftly and surely transported across country through a Panorama of Ever changing Beauty to Tho Seaboard. Yet such Aro the facilities to Day offered by Tho Broad Fiu age Erie Kail ii in an unbroken line steel rail track Between Tho Points mentioned and cod Bining in itself All the requisites perfect railway. Western people going East a Ither fur business or. Pm secure will find Thi route unsurpassed in any of the particular that go to Render journey Swift sure and comfortable. In the drawing Boom coaches one new col cd old Uio. Ito Asferd Jio i Osi 2sc Best a -2c Best 2.�zc 2�c of jilt Ilous. For a Nobby hat or Cap go tip Woodward Sill Calhoun Stroot next door to the Quot remember Foster Brothers sell a two Bill toni kid Glove for 1.2o. A very pair warranted not to Fiji or tear first time a fitting on. Girl it new York City store. Bar or. Thomas Williams late from Olio of the leading merchant tailoring houses in Boston is Bead Cutter at Woodward s. His style of cutting is Beautiful Iid cd. Pc Var fails to fit. We offer an immense variety of children s parasols at 50c and upwards ladies silk Sun umbrellas 70c, a of and Al and a handsome assortment of fancy parasols at 1.00, .2j and . Foster Bros. Co. Tourist parasols at Foster s. Dolly Arden at Foster s. Jav rounding parasols it Foster s. In i cd parasols at Foster s. .\11 the new styles of parasols at Foster s. Psf great reduction on having purchased the whole Stock of Ewing amp Smith tobacco manufacturers we now offer them to the Trade at the following reduced prices May Amase himself by Day or repose at night do Quot Quot a cd regular intervals delightfully As at Home stopping at spacious and Well conducted dining Hall located at Rala a Long the line. At every ser Freem by some magnificent scenery to which Are added a certain Cost and Beauty by the certainty of a punctual a Pival at destination. Travellers will consult a Crown interests of they will ask for tickets a Krio railway which can by procured at All 1 inc pal offices throughout the West. Tea celeb s beg Steb. Trains arrive and depart from fort Wayne on fac various railroads As follows. It should Hoborn in mind that Tho Toledo. Wabash a Western time is fifteen minutes slower than that of other roads. Cincinnati Richmond amp fort Wayno. La it a it i Seuth end of Calhoun st leave arrive press 1 m. I express 3 45 p m Fitta burs to. Wayne and Chi Scacco b. South Elul of Calhoun st , st. Zoino Kat 105pm 1 25 p m 1150am 1205pm 1125 pm 11 35 p m 305 am 313 a m 4 25 p m 945�m g0i\0 West. Leave-.8 00 a. Quot .4 15 p. Pac o sex night sex Lima to a a a a s 4 0upm Detroit. Eel Biver it Illinois Railroad Stuie at Columbia Ftp of Wixo Bast. Leave-.8 45 a. Quot .3-50 p. Toledo. Wabash it Neatem b. Depot South end Calhoun to. Oppo Tite a tits Bra a spot Poinc West. Oriso Bast special is a Pacific sex grand Asp id it Indiana b. F Trai u arrive and leave from the pal. W let t. to save. A Rita. Blair and sex 7 15 a i mail and sex 1 00 p ii a commode n 4 us p m Chicago sex 10 30 a m vote Wayne. Jackson it Saginaw b. B depot North end Calhoun to. In Bloomingdale. Leave. Arve express 1110 a m express 4 45 r i mail 4 10 pm mail 11 45 am fort Wayne. Muncie and Cincinnati b. B Serif grenadines. A Beautiful Assort or. And mrs. G. D. Crow whoever they j Vincnt of Black . Coll Al aim leave and arrive at Bloomingdale depot May Beof this City were Register ii at j it it. 2 Ami also Hnud Sonio Japan the Briggs House in Chicago on thursday. John Mcdougal es<i., yesterday attacked by a severe Blee Tung of the lungs rendering condition such As to grave apprehension amongst friends. Recovery. A b. Bonnell is �., superintendent of Telegraph on the fort Wayne Muncie and Cincinnati Railroad has resigned position and intends leaving shortly for an tour of the far West. Success to . Hilks so it 70 and i iii h Belov i soil prices. F0.ste1� a Troy. A i co. Exp. Mail a terrible Accident at mad Anthony Park. A Man Hutor by Ibe cd Viva lug a Well. Recovery of the body verdict or the Coroner s jury. L of Atli Ward. Sam. P. Freeman Henry to car. Conrad Dierstein. Senatorial state judicial and congressional Sam. P. Freeman. Fifth Waba. Chrisi Becker John gel inc Chnosi to 7 kid msgr. State a. H. Spencer. Senatorial and Bedker. John Bittenger of. V. Congressional Clorist . The . Amp c. B., always ahead in everything have agreed to carry visitors to tiie great German Saenger Festi to be held at st. Loa commencing june 12th, at the sex treaty Low note of $12.60 the round trip. Enry Hoff should go As they will probably never have another Opportunity of visiting the Quot Mound City Quot at this Low rate. Tickets will tie placed on Nile monday june 10, and will be Good to return up to and inc Ladinig june 14. Franz Abt the great musical composer besides other celebrities will be in attendance. A. Mer Emmma my we Are indebted to Geoit Moon jr., for the following abstract of collections in he loth do strict of Indiana for the month of May 1872 total collections on spirits.$3,89u12 Tuleo sections on total Fouec Tibbs on Fenne Tad in hubs 2.1i08.75 tout eol lations on is. .59 total not Leetiong on Hanks and bakery 438.93 Toul Fouec Tiona on ini��e.�?�?. soul roue Eions not otherwise herein provided for.�?. �.61 $9,964.11 sixth Ward. Timothy Hogan John Schoepf Frank Curry Mike Tracey. Congressional and senatorial Timothy Hogan. Seventh it Varu. Conrad Tremmel George Jacolev. No Csc alter Peter Mettler. Senatorial Conra Treu incl. Congressional a George Jacoby. Eighth Waed. Henry Shoney Henry Schelker Joseph Stellwagon George link. Congressional and state Jos Pii Stell Wagon. Senatorial we. Miller. A Well in process of excavation 9t mad Anthony pleasure i Ark caved in burying r Man of the name of Adam Bender in the ruins. About 16 feet of Earth fell on and body not Reco Crad until half past three o clock. The recent heavy Rains had loosened the Earth and or. Wos warned by comrades not to go Down. He disregarded their advice however and had just begun work when the first signs of the Well s caving in were manifested. Or. Koeble Lessee of the Park threw a Ronje and told to take hold. The Sand then Only up to Liis Knees and he snatched the rope but when Koeble began to pull up he let go As he Felt boots coming off which he seemed anxious to save. He then called out for some one to come Down and a Ava when another lot of dirt fell in surrounding nearly up to neck and holding As in a vice so As to retard breathing and pre j dress the audience. Vent speaking. An attempt made to j the following ministers will Supply the cast out doubts. After some business of minor importance the meeting adjourned to this morning. Molluer of business sat Kuay meeting for prayer 9 to of. Relation of the association to Home Mission work with report from Home missions. Paper by Bev. A Frank Howe subject Quot the i bust Rcv Ciuc system for the in the afternoon at 2 j. Report of committee on academics. Paper by Bev. L. I Oyce subject duty of the churches in ref Crenic to the cause of the session of congregational state association will fittingly culminate in a meeting for addresses on the subject of foreign missions. Bev. J. Tyler of Zion Mission will speak of work in South Africa. Others from abroad will also and leave. 5 00 a m mail 1215 pin i exp a Kive 4 00piii 9 45 p m Crocker a. St i to Hundred pieces of lawns just Sci lived. All new Stylos 1 j 20 and 25c also Rhein. I iii in Limo Biff Irown Ami rent Fri Auto i c a Yard at Kosti a Bros. A cos. Cheap our >1 Sis Tern. We have succeed it. In getting another Huu Larcil chests. This is the same Tea we had before the lire and gave Suc a Universal satisfaction. Ave guarantee it the Best Tea in Market. It or other qualities60c, 80c and Rcv. H. Mendel ill pastor of the a. Fluit House. Wave Street m. F. Clit Rich Joti Inird f. Clit Rich from Brooklyn yesterday after an absence of three weeks in attendance on the general conference of Church As alternate Delegate. Or. Lai it Orte hell incr of goal iii Colci k of Elkhart county a s in the City , the guest of judge Lowry. Elkhart county must be a Good place for Young men judging from the Pitlon which or. Hefner . Bishop Simpson has ii Cen secured by the Wayne Street . Church to dedicate their new House of worship on the Corner of Broadway and Wayne Street. interesting ceremonies will probably take place about the Middle of september. The Hon. J. Bobo of Decatur wa.? in the City yesterday for the purpose of negotiating the $ 2<>,000 Bonds just issued by Adams county to Aid in the Coli sonic tion of a new court House. Or. Limbo w in Quot i Cen House and bedding plants. I have now a inic assortment of Well grown plants Fogt a Sale Al tiie Green House at loonie Ricc opposite the French brewery. Those wishing to Juir chasm for bedding Jour posts would Ilo Well to examine my Stock before pain Hasins. Gustave Miller. To licit Lino Cut former it Riel a a Quot sign Insil Quot a a a pc Quot 8.>e Quot resent Quot of Quot inc it to. I snip using 2tc Quot a oct so.2 Quot 2.o Quot Orange Ishoi t i 28i Quot �2c Fuir Hui be. Sugars reduced a whits notice a White Cofler c Choice Peni Crnin Best Kew Orlen is Good Brown i2c Ilo ii. 10c y. Fruit House. A a receive cal Dirac prevent any More dirt from falling by Means of planks but the unfortunate Man soon covered up. When found the body in a standing position with the hands clasped above the head As if in Dis Quot Tress or to arrest the inevitable approach of death. Or. Bender with head Only in sight plainly visible for about four or five minutes before he completely buried. The anguish of those few moments May be better imagined than described but plainly indicated by the distortion of features even in death after the recovery of the body the Coroner John p. Waters summoned and a jury Impan Nelld who upon examining several witnesses returned a verdict in accordance with the facts As Given above. Henry amen a. J. Sche Fiser amp co. Will sell at auction a a turds Jane a ten horses one Fine Riding Pony new and second Farad Waguiu bog Gies and Hamas and new and Sec cd hand of Mitre. Ninth Waed. l ape Fred. Starkey Linker. Nat Oriale Adam Brick. Congre seconal and Pape. Slate Fred Starkey. Eel Kievit town Jun. We. W. Shoaff we. Bos., William Mahese Jno. C. Grose j no. Tayler. Pleasant Tow Kruip. Jno. Miller Tom. Schwank Geo. Woods a. J. Taylor Lewis Hatch m. Thurber Milo Beard. Congressional Lou. Justice de. Kennerk. I Uyette township. Ben. Hamilton James Mcclane Henry Kelsey Jamck Young Geo. Beed John Beaton. A a Quot another lot of jerked Buffalo 22o fruit House pulpits of the various churches to Morrow Plymouth , Bev. E. F. Howe Terre haute afternoon s. J. Humphrey Chicago. Baptist , n. , Indianapolis afternoon w. S. Jones California. Berry Street m. E. , a. S. Wood Kokomo afternoon l. Boyce Elkhart. Wayne Street m. E. , j. H. Jone Westchester afternoon m. W. Diggs Pisgah. Centenary m. E. , to b. Mccormick Mechanicsville afternoon Lewis Wilson Montgomery. First , afternoon e. The deceased about 45 years of age Josiah Tyler missionary and leaves a wife and five children the f. Howe Terre haute. of whom is 15, residing on Williams j second , Street where he owned a House and lot. Everts Kent Michigan City afternoon he had been i imaged in digging Wells m a. S. Wood Kokomo. His City for Over Twenty years. Last week he digging a Well for Fletcher amp Powers when a Large Stone drop ted Down barely escaping hi.? head. He saved from a terrible it Leath on that , Only to meet with a More painful and awful one yesterday. Much credit is due to George Strodl an Ltd others for their hard exertions in getting the body out of the Well. Fish a11 Avite fish /.>. White fish in kits. Mackerel bbl Mackerel in kits cod fish i crib herring each herring bbl Holland herring per Keg received. �?�$4 to g0 00 00 Al 20 s4 00@6 00 i 25@1 so 5@gc in $2 00 $1 2�@l 75 fruit House. Third presbyterian , j. L. Bennett afternoon Everts Kent Michigan City. Communion service at 3a o clock a i. M., Al Plymouth Church Bev. Joseph ii. Jones and Bev. Josiah Tyler Otic rating. Woman s missionary Jie Etin i. A there will be a Union meeting of ladies interested in foreign missions at the Sec Ond presbyterian Church this afternoon at 2i o clock. Mrs. Tyler who with her husband has been a missionary for Twenty three years among the zulus of South Africa will give some account of her life and experience among these people. Mrs. Hough of Jackson mich., a Delegate from the woman s Board of missions will also be present and eak of the interesting work of that society. The ladies of All our churches Are Cepter the offer made by capital inn san its through e. L. Chittenden of 9-5 cents on the Dollar for s1 j,000. Or. Jerry la illegals and or. Meyers both of whom Are Well and favourably known in this City have recently passed their final examinations in the Michigan University at Ann Arbor with High honors and Are now enjoying a Brief vacation Prev Paratory to the commencement exercises to take Wilace on the 2cth inst. The Kendallville Suaid Airt in its account of the recent old settler s meeting at Al ion says Hon. . Dawson of it. Wayne Bein present called upon who addressed the piety at some length. He referred Brielly to Advent in Noble county in 1s43, with judge Clapp and the Start in life Given by the old settlers. The speaker contrasted the manner and customs of Early times in a manner As to carry Many of the old settlers Back to the Days when Minisci toll Sweet wine�?gal., $12.50 fort Quot Quot Quot .$2.50 Sherry wine. $2.50 grape Brandy. flu in House. 8�carpets, bugs amp a. We open this morning a new lot of those Beautiful Hartford carpet lied drab and Green colors also a new assortment of Brussels velvet and rugs in handsome designs at our usual popular prices. Foster Bros. Pc co. Great new York City store. We have made fresh additions to our Stock of i k s at Lac Aoe and 25c, Beautiful Yoso Niit stripes 30e, and 40c. A very handsome assortment of suiting linens at is 20 and 2sc. Brothers a co., Brojir s. Groat new York City store. Wincn foot were Niada sure. In dancing Over the punch Cun Hoor free lunch. Another grand free lunch at Quot the Atlantic Garden Quot to night to which All patrons and friends arc invited. H. Geka Roin. Notice to stockholders the stockholders of the Quot Libernia building loan and savings a.�sociationwill please hand in their Deposit books immediately at the office of he direct Vii Ofat Joc it Yuers Book store Calhoun Street so 11 As to enable the auditing committee Al pointed at the last annual Luchting of the j stockholders to audit the books accounts vouchers Etc., of the treasurer and Secre tary for the past year. By order of tic tit it White Straw matting 23, 25 Audlie. Stair a Ari cts Ioc one Soe and a Yard. Stair lads. Cloth covered 1.50 a dozen Stair rods All prices. Paper lining for carpets. Oil cloths All widths. Car iet3 Cut matched made Aud lipid rooms Ineas Urci a. I Asti Luios. Co s. A a Roiti now Vork i ill t a pct House. Our Stock is Complete with til Trio Hiloski novel ii a of Lorod at much be Lov. season i of. Lands Niue Buff parasols lined. , i to and 1.75. Chil inn s Sik i Ai sols Only to. Tourist i Aries is 2.00 up an silk suit i Mbrel-ii.-, i if ii rid. Fustur a co s. A a boat nov Vick cult Sloier. C rockery Glass Mac Esware China and fancy a goods table cutlery Sutor plated and Britannia castors Maui pm and Etc. We wish to Call tie attention of on Cost Mem to our very if irleand Well select cd Stock fancy Ware. Consi Hyluk of All kin�l80ltabie mat knife baskets Swiss a nerved salad sets Swiss carved bread trays with in mottoes Clirina Moo Stacta cups motto cups mugs China Perrian Marble and Bohemian Glass vases lava smoking sets match safes fancy Ash boxes Ink stands toilet sets Finger bowls. Fish a lobes. Bird cages Oval and round Glass globes i of oking do arises a ac., All of which will be sold cheap very Large Tock of now is the time to subscribe. With the number for july Lippi Corts Magazine enters upon its tenth volume. This periodical has already secured for itself tie highest reputation and has steadily gained in Public favor since commencement. All those features which have hitherto proved attractive will be continued with such improvements As experience has shown to be desirable. The great object and constant aim of its conductors Are to Supply their with literary entertainments of a refined and varied character As Well As to present in a graphic and striking manner the most recent info nation and soundest views concerning subjects of general interest. Illustrations designed by distinguished artists and engraved in n High style of Art accompany every number. The publishers would respectfully solicit attention to the following characteristics of the mag Zinc All of which Combine to Render each ii an agreeable and iii Tractive Coni pentium of a ser141< is ovals of a highly attractive by Able and Brilliant writers la it that Home and abroad. Short tories for the Charm and diversity of their sentiment and for the simplicity and elegance of their style. Ess Alfs and narratives treating clearly Anri Brielly of important social literary historical and political subjects. Sketched Oft Baveri in various sections of the world by experienced authors beautifully and illustrated. Papers of Sci Evice std Art recording in a i Pular manner the most notable discoveries and most striking productions in these department.-? of culture. Iii Terhart celtic Isais Furnis Liing impartial and thoughtful reviews of. The of the press in All languages. Or most int cios sip a department abounding in Short and Lively articles on persons of note incidents of tha Day and other novel or amusing topics. Ii list ration by artists and engravers of accomplished skill profusely introduced and constituting a most attractive feature. For Sale by All Book and news dealers. Young Quot $5.50 with Quot the sunday Magazine Quot .�5.75 with cal times $7. Back numbers can always be supplied. Site Cimon number mailed Xio stage isaid to any address on receipt of 20 cents. To agents a lib Ebai. Commission will be allowed. Address j. Of Fscott amp co., publishers _715 and til Market Street. Philadelphia. By 7 Iwar Ket Breaks prices away Down new York wholesale dealers in Kew York have kept the Market High until All the Western merchants were loaded no with cood8 at extreme rates then comes thereat Mark Down Here is where our splendid organization Steps in and enables to offset the move doing a Large business in new York ourselves and with two of our partners residing there we keep a a sted on All the inside Workings of the Quot therefore in prices always help , for then we can buy at a great sacrifice vend them and retail them to our customers for less than other doing bu.sine5s in the place have paid for them Pera s Only a few Davs before. Notice the Dif Terence Between the old Price and present one i Stew stylish Dakss 0 0013s Wmk Poppins 20c, and 30c. The above comprises the most desirable assortment of Frei a a taxi i s Ever of bred in the City of fort Wayne. Chin parasols piques and suiting Fine silk 70,-.75c, ?l.ti5 my $l.i>. Baffled and Lineal Panji sols s2.00, and 4o. 0 new styles tourist it meals As Low As $3.25. Children s parasol 50c n p. Cotton Sun umbrellas 30, it Ami tic. lot White 12i, 15 and Joi. Splendid Quality Worth 37ic 30 and o x. ,.rtli. Tirassa linens for suiting 18,20 and 25c. Handsome apr Jig shawl from $2.50 up. The Ali voc goods All at wholesale prices. Toys too Nui neurons too mention student s Idi Mim $6.00 chandeliers. Excelsior Stone foot warmers t5 cents and f 1. Call and examine Beible purchasing else there at Tresselt amp Bote go East coi.1t9ibia-st no no no no no no no Board of directors. O. E. , i Rev i. Tuoi. Min i an see y. Plants. Or. Auger having Sulilla Iron Yerty on East Wasli Inetor Litcht has i Tine variety of plants Ali web lie will sell cheap. Chive a Call. Fourth of july. Eire , eight cents. Torpedoes five cents. All kinds of fire works torpedoes sky pockets and roman candles at half i Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot a Price. Fruit Holse. City items. Maple syrup at Dodez i Rock Hill s a if the Loyal Organ of the Hody is tic Sanii Incisi. Its Are iii Piniera a Quot. Theban incr. Trio a Inlo Iier Llic Linti Ilif bul Lior Thi Baker the own Amin ii its no Lineul cat scr Nuil its i ii Vivo is la Rii Tivi. A lifer nuts Ami convert Lii iii a i is Liiv cal Ali Audi Strei Gilb. Ruri by Liis is a right regal pm a Liloy iii Tami a no a a fat iii ii iii Kiili in or i Giusi mini i v.,- 1m. �111.1. Ril Uli Lurlin i Fiat cry like other in i iii lib it a a a ten litre leptin its duty Ami requires spurring up. I Rostetter s stoic Iacoli bitters is How Vor. The Only Sjur it needs i in is Tco weak id Petionn the work of a ignition full of that a Dessaut and corrective taken i twice or thrice a will soon restore its i vigor and activity it the same time relieving All ailments of the liver Bow cos nerves and brain to which Endiger tion May have riven Riso. Raw pub cations cd Aram a w foil read Oug Isis Price Isto universally retarded As a Standard method an is Only needed As a reminder. Tho music is so attractive that the student will retain it As a Book of Organ i docs alter finer Hias the course. A Fino coloured picture of Polly Varden is on the titles of Dolly Varden sons Dolly Varden Galloi. Dolly Varden Schoutith and Dolly Varden \Iltz. Each piece 50 cents. Eaton s new method for Cornet Ricc 8i.50, is now in Poison. All who wish to make a a disc in Tho world May Acton plish it by taking Uit Tho practice of this fascinate do instrument with the Aid of this method. Special notice Cash buyers Only the following to lots of too tvs represent our Moc to recent purchases and have Iwu bought since the recent great decline in prices in new York. No 1. 100 handsome Mainsail los quilts slightly touched by Ivator for is .y.3 Wurth at least s 2.75. Quot no 2. Yard wide French Percale 12ic, Worth 25c. New styles Poppins i5c, Worth 40c. 5 cases Yard wide White i Silins 12.ic, Worth i m. Big lot Coats a Cotton of a spool. New styles Merrimack and Sprague prints us. New styles japanese Silks 70c, Worth $1.00. Magnificent assortment of . Blue plaid Poppins 50c, Worth 7oc. No 10, Nottingham laces 20c up. No ii. New fringes 25, 30, 40 and Doc. No 12. Great bargains in carpets. No 13. Extra heavy tick 2oc a Yard. No 14. Black and coloured Silks $1.00. No to. Linen Luck towels 10,12.1-5, 20 and 2.5c. Foster Brothers a go great new York pity store. 94 Columbia st. To Diane. No 20. Big lot of Best Delaine On Carpeta you can save from 10 to 25c Yard in Ruvii a Genu of lick Iurii song. Jems of sacred a on. Gems of scottish soc. Wreath of a Jems. Vlic above collections of Vuel Gunis contain each 2uu to .50 Nages full of the choir get German scottish sacred or miscellaneous songs. Very valuable and very moderate in i it Rice. in boards so Ooin cloth full Gilt. Tho above and Pioves sent Jost paid on receipt of retail prices. Olive a Ditson amp co., Boston. C. Ii. Ditson ., new York. Lyon amp Healy Ohie Aeo. Wayne Lodge no. 25, f. Amp a. Meets every tuesday Evenin at masonic Nail. Stated communication on or before Tbs Tiu of the Moon. Pierce w. Is j. Freeman s. W. J. Wheeler. J. W. J. W. Wilson Orcas. Phil. A and. Seo y. Fever and ague pills Deshler k fever amp ague pills notice that the following letter from Hun. Schuyler Colfax written 17 through All the inter Venini time Timonia Sof the exc Clience of the contain no iii Inisi no iii i Cirino Quot is Nic a my arc a certain Curc Quot South benlixi>., april i Lvi. Quot i am compelled to that your fever and Acup pills have acted some Ducci did cures. Last year you it my a number of boxes assuring my that my incredulity would to overcome if to tried them and we can testify that in Sevohl obstinate in which they have been tried they have proved 3d infallible cure and have not failed in a single instance. What is better still the Dis est does not return and Tho system in left in a robust and healthy Sutic. For Sale by Mej-cruros., Fott Wayne. A medical. Glia. Gitt Bill . Flinn Ilo. Tik Calhoun st. Owns All he poster boards of the City and will attend promptly to All business entrusted to i earn Call at office or Send to add can. To. Box 307. Like applied Citer Nativ gives instant Relief without the slightest ii Nury to the system. To Quot it Gold by All drug gets.,. F.ouuny.i cd. Lahia Oil. Oil .Xth to Rcpt. Log in plot Powals. Tarot Lucli. Sealed i Boto is ret ii cd by the Isoard of cd pm Lien county. Ludi Nia. Until 2 o clock p. 1 monday the huh inst., for a up Laius the county of said county for the term of one year with ri.4xk r04�kn, statios.1ky. The form of bids and terms will be known non application at tha auditor s office. The Board Reserve tha right to Rejaei any ind All if they deem it for the interest of Tho county to do so. By on scr of Tho Board of Allen county. Ind Henry j. Rudisill Funo ii. 72. Auditor Allen co. Iscon incl and Doit us a copy m

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