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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The for it Wayne daily Gazette monday March ii 1878 it Ian a Day a a a. Kordat. Xach 11. Isth state Republican ticket. Rok Cote by of Oen. Toh Browns. Ofrand>lpkconnt7. Rob ukat Bsat Otu Nob Eon. Is Onidas Sext Oit of Nih county. Fob Sec bbl by of a talk . Cubby of Vito county. Rob a mob of 8tatk, j. A. Wildman of Howard county. Fob teas Dukk of a talk to hit. Aii Ovsa. Of Lawrence county. Fob Bept Bleb of the co Rbt a coi it. Jahss b. Bisiack of Marion county. Fob Elk by of the Vert in a court sch Oil of Clark county. Fob of Public b. W. Smith. Of Marion county. Fco attorn it ski Iqbal. Laurac. A siring. Of a Bax county for congressman at la Cir Hon. Godlove s. Both of Tippecanoe county. Fob Persid Estial Elba jobs. I Irit . , of Vanderburg. Contingent rank m. , of Pyke. Second t. Nixon of Floyd. Throop of Orange. Hii a r. Craven of Jefferson. Fourth j r. Goodwin of Frank Lin. A Ftp . W. Grubbs. Of Morgan. A sixth Dit Triet. James Johnson. Seventh j Harper of Warren. Eighth . Cowcill of Wabash. Cen . T. A dryer of can into . S. Taylor of Allen. Tenth dihrict.�?. I. H. Ellis of Elkhart. Seventh Keith of Fulton. Bender of Man Hall. At Lanny gen. Nathan . John she warts Hon. J. 6. But Klei Hon. W. A. Woop. Our Public schools. There is nothing connected with fort Wayne which reflects greater credit upon fhe City or does More to enhance her real a welfare and Prosperity than her Public a choose which in our opinion after considerable observation in other states compare a Rory my wok the a tool in the leading cities of the count re. Tys fortunate condition of things is Doe mainly to the Good management and executive ability of the a recent superintendent backed by a Bou j of esd cation ready and willing to do everything in their Power to make the schools a Success and both the superintendent and the Board have in the main a just right to be proud of what they have achieved. But there most be no baiting no falling Back on past achievements so Long As there is a higher and letter educational Standard to be reached is there undoubtedly will be to the end of time. As it is considered not Only the privilege but the duty of every fast Hal Public journal to make Suidt suggestions an4 criticisms in Reg sad to Public institutions As will tend to promote their Ose falness and thereby the a geteral welfare of the comm my a a deem it a fit time at the close c the annual Spring examinations to poin out a few things which in our judgment stand i amp the Way of the greater Effi Dency of the Public schools. This shall be done a no spirit of fault finding but with a sincere desire to promote the educational welfare of the City. The hindrances which Ltd have observed to the better condition of our schools relate to scholars parents teachers and Public officers and we will consider them in their order. Like Fiirst hindrance not Only to Good the higher grades where weight of character is one of the most essential qualifications in a teacher. The teacher who is doing Good and faithful work and is popular with both scholars and parents Oug lit not to be displaced to please the whim of anybody. For the fact is a poor teacher cannot be popular. Scholars will never unitedly stand up for a teacher under whom they make poor Progress and whose influence does them no Good. In forty nine cases out of fifty among older scholars the free vote of a Schoot As to whether a teacher ought to be retained or removed would be the Best criterion of that teacher s merits. But to get aside efficient and experienced teachers against the unanimous wishes of scholars and people except for reasons satisfactory to the latter is the most effective Way not Only to destroy the Confidence of the people in their Public servants but to break Down the efficiency and usefulness of any school. Most seriously do we regret the unwise experiments of last summer in this direction for odious and the less frequently they Are repeated the better it will be for our schools Well As for those making the experiments. Furthermore Able and experienced teachers have hardly Freedom enough to carry out individual Plana. Of course some general system must be observed but is would t give two cents for the school government for example of an experienced teacher who is required to adopt some stereotyped plan repugnant alike to his nature and his sense of Justice. It pleases us to see that there is some improvement in this direction for a year or two past. The fact is it Don t make any difference How a teacher governs his school provided the scholars make reasonable advancement in scholar ship and in he development of Manly and womanly character. The last suggestion we shall make has reference to the school officials. And Here we have Little. To Amy. As we a save intimated the superintendent has a right to be justly proud of the work he has act Oral in hed during the. Past five years but we Hope he will not be Indi Fierens to the danger of retrogression. The Board miss it a Little we think in not coming More a i try and More frequently in con tact with scholars and teachers thereby seeing and hearing for themselves. There ought to be some amendment to the Law that they might receive some adequate compensation for their work. But we Are sure they might act with greater intelligence if they would make More frequent and thorough Tours of observation. At All events these matters upon which we have commented deserve Public attention. A the professors of Williammf Collego Are doing a Good thing in giving a course of lectures at North Adams which Are paid for by subscription but Are free to Tho Public. Ill this Way the results of the Best scholarship Aro Given to people who otherwise would never know them. The suggestion might be carried out in other places also with advantage. A College is a Light set on a Hill but there is no reason Why All its lamps should be stationary. A the founder of Cornell i Niver site Ezra Cornell gave the University $500,000, his object being As he stated to Quot found an institution where any person can find instruction in any to the interest on the $500,000,&Quot promptly paid has been added by or. Cornell the gift of Over 200 acres of and with farm buildings the Jewell collection of geology and palaeontology costing $10,000 $25,000 in Money and added to All this he has expended some $200,000 in locating Tho lands of the University. Such munificence is not Only worthy of All Praise but above All Praise. Others have been extremely Liberal to the University As John Mcgraw of Ithaca who has Given a building costing $100,000 and Hiram Sibley of Rochester Quot another costing Over $50,000. President White has contributed his entire salary and several thousand dollars for books Goldwin Smith has Given his splendid Home Library. The institution started in october 1868, with 24 professors and there Are now 40, and More Ivill be added at the trustees s meeting on thursday. The of land for endowment by the government was enormous or in amount 990,010 acres but Only the interest can to and fear Quot tion of Trumbull s name is due to the course of the Illinois senator during the reconstruction period. It cannot be urged that it is in any Way due to his War record because the most popular prospective presidential candidate in the South is general Hancock. But besides Thero is a feeling of aversion to permitting a handful of disaffected republicans to absorb the great democratic party. If the Southern democrats urge any considerable number of republicans Are dissatisfied with the course of their party let them coalesce with Tho democracy or run a bolter s ticket but their efforts to waggle the big democratic dog with their puny Tail is ridiculous. Among the old liners Here the feeling is prevalent to Force the disaffected republicans to show their hands. Senator Trumbull hit. of Robert a layer and Walter Scott. Sevatos to stops s visit. Hola ship but to Good health is the too to pid and often unjust promotion of Adiol ars from one Grade to another. By just promotion Quot we mean that which is based upon some other reason than adequate scholarship. Of course it is frequently unpleasant to refuse promotion even when not deserved but neither scholars nor parents have any right to ask it if. The conditions Are not fairly complied with and if they do the authorities have no right to Grant it. There always have been scholars in the. Higl school who ought to have spent another year of thorough study in Tbs grammar school before being a dotted. The consequence is they Are an injury to Thor dash a nuisance to the Teadie and t reproach to themselves. Illey Are kept Ina state of constant work or Quot fizzle out Quot altogether. Whereas if they bad been compelled to come up to the required Sundari before they obtained to. Motion they Mig to Hare made Fine a Bol a amp Quot go slower and sneer Quot is the needed precaution in almost Ever Adbool Grade both for the Sake of scholarship and health Tejere is too great a tendency to Murii things and the consequence is that our. Schools Are in danger of training of a set of superficial scholars. We know of instances in which text books have been completed id one half the time which i really necessary for the Sulu ars to Paliy master them. The result is scholars most either sit up All night to get their lessons or else the have no adequate knowledge of the Book when it is Finis lied. Too Lead lessons Are far worse than those which Are tooth it tit. The second hindrance relates to parents they do not Manifest half interest enough a no not a tenth part enough a in the schools. They neglect to find out the Progress their scholars Are making either by frequent visits to the schools which is he duty of every Parent who sends children or by personal examination of their children. The consequence is Many parents Are entirely in the dark in regard to the kind of instruction their children receive and in regard to the manner in which Many of their children Are fooling away their time. Teachers Are much More Likely to be die Erful and faithful if subject to the interested watch of parents. Then too a great Many parents make unreasonable requests of teachers in regard to the absence of their dial. Dren and net infrequently assist the latter in framing trifling excuses for absence. Constant pan Taal Ity is the life of a school just As tardiness and absence Are its death. Be8�odes,.onr ministers and Public speakers do not refer frequently enough to the duties of scholars parents and teachers thereby showing Micir own Active interest in this ground work of the be Poblic. The third hindrance relates to the teachers in a passive sense. They do not seem to be Well distributed through the schools. Some having too Many and others too few. For example if we do not greatly mistake the High school has threat teachers for five classes the Clay school two teachers for two classes and the Jefferson four teachers for three class pcs. Thu requires one teacher in one of the schools to hear no less than eight Zelt Otious. The frequent change of teachers in tha upper unite it comm to is cannot be any Ruby by i an to after a teacher has once Learned the characters and dispositions of a a Eton Scholan he can work to much greater advantage than a at mime. Our democratic friends Are in such a state of general nervous trepidation that the least rustling of the wind or the least move intent of a live Republican fills them with alarm. Senator Morton has just re turned to his Home for a few Days and forthwith every Democrat begins to tremble in his boots and to fill the air with exclamations bet Kening fright a illustrative of the old proverb that Quot the wicked flee when no Man some new plan is on foot to defeat the great democratic paty in this state say these affrighted the Plain fact is that senator Morton in his place in the Senate is not forgetful of the interests and wants of his own state. In order to act intelligently in Riard to proposed modifications of the Tariff and not vote in such a Way As to cripple the most important Industrial interests of Indiana he has come Home to collect facts and statistics concerning the newly discovered Iron and Coal mines in this state which affect the welfare of the great Northwest. These facts he proposes to Lay before the Senate that a isolation May not be conducted in such a Way As to prejudice the manufacturing interests of the West. This As we Are credibly informed is the object of the honorable senator s present visit and while u proves that senator Morton is awake to the Best interests of the state and has some idea of True statesmanship it also goes to show that our democratic friends instead of being in danger Are simply scar. Personal. A Bichard Ewell was a Montana Miner. Nitro Glycerine. A Ben Perley Poore is incubating sundry feminism Nam of Washington a general Kilpatrick it busily preparing a work of the cavalry of the United states. A mat Morgan Frank Leslie s cartoon it was formerly a Tenc Painter a Drury Lane theater. A Queen Elizabeth always displayed her worst temper in her beat clothes. She was dreadfully raffled . T. Sun. A it is said that Bayard Taylor writes the inversions of the in to club Quot in the auntie monthly. Or. Bright it like Tennyson a heavy smoker and though s Weed Eradicator will not begin with his own. A pretty Good especially for a Man who writes such in abominable hand As Quot old in responding to a request from new York for his Auto Kwh. Gen. Spinner recently wrote Quot Yon ask for my autograph with a sentiment. My sentiment is this when a gentleman writes another on his own ban Neib he should enclose a postage a i it a. Tourjee to whom has been in trotted the choruses for the world a peace Jubilee and International musical festival in Boston Haa it aued a circular calling upon the Quot choral societies throughout the land Quot to begin to practice immediately. Or. Tourjee modestly says Quot the chorus will from the n. Y. Observer when Walter Scott the great novelist and poet the Prince of genial Good Fellows As fond of humor and Hearty laughter As any Man was on his dying bed be said to his son in Law. Quot Lockhart read to a what Book shall i read Quot asked his son. Quot there is but one Book for a dying Man Quot replied the poet Quot read from the Walter Scott was fond of fun he enjoyed Humour was a splendid Story Teller and he was a Christian believer and his inner sense was enlightened to know and feel the fitness of things the proprieties of time and place. To ask for a funny Story fac something to make him laugh when he was dying would have been As abhorrent to the tastes of Walter Scott As to hear a joke cracked at his Mother s funeral. Kev. Bobert Collyer in a recently published Sermon on Quot Faith and fear Quot closes up with the following Story talking the other Day about some grand old saints that we had known we spoke of one now dead and a brother said Quot did you her How he died ? he was a Long time sick you know and in great pain and when he Felt the end had come he sent for his two sons. Boys he said i am nearly through. I just wanted to see you and say goodbye Quot they sat Down beside his bed and then he said one of you read to me Quot one of them got the Bible. Nay not that the old Man said quietly i Don t need that now. I got it All into my heart years ago. My feet Are planted on the promises. Everything that Book teaches for me has come Clear. My trunk is packed my ticket All right and i am just going to Start but now will you not t something new pleasant and Bright ? have had a hard struggle with my pain and would like to laugh just another time. I know it will do me Good Quot and so one of the boys got some bit of Sweet humor and read that and it was so that while the Light was shining in his eyes at the pleasant thoughts they changed and caught the Light that flashed from the immanent glory and he was with the grand old Man i was glad to hear that Story. Trunk packed ticket made out feet planted on the promises just another Ripple of laughter after the hard pain and then the rest that remains. These two stories Are in striking contrast. Scott wanted nothing so much As the Bible when he came to die. Collyer s Saint wanted no More of the Bible but something to make him laugh. Collyer rejoices in his Saint we rejoice in the Prince of novelists. Scott s was the Faith of a Christian Collyer s that of a Pagan. Humor is a Good thing fun is healthful. We do not Pla enough do not laugh enough. There is a time for every thing and the Wisest of men has told us and god told him to Tell us Quot there is a time to so there is a time to dance and a time to weep and a time to die. Everything is Beautiful in Ite time. The lord made it so. Humor and pathos have their dwelling places very near each other and of them it May be said As dry den said of wit and madness Quot thin partition do their Bonds Divide. Or As Pope said Quot what thin partitions sense from thought Divide. And some men who Are fullest of tears when sympathy with suffering asks for tears Are also overflowing with fun and frolic when laughter is in order. I have a broader sympathy with laughter than a. Who wrote those familiar lines Quot Eye Natu e s walks shoot Folly As it flies. And catch the living manners As they Rise. Auth where we must be candid where we can. But vindicate the ways of god to Quot alas poor Yorick Quot Faith Shakespeare in Hamlet Quot i knew him a fellow of infinite jest of most excellent but i confess that when i read that sentence inscribed upon a Tombstone As the Best epitaph that admiring friends could Sug Liest and carve for posterity i Felt that Quot to were better to live for something higher than merely to laugh and make others laugh. And As i read on the Stone that memorial of a Man of writ i could not but recite from the same play and the same scene those other words of the greatest of poets Quot where be your Jibo now your gambol your songs your flashes of merriment that were wont to set the table on a Roar Quot George p. Morris was a poet and a wit and a. Genial table companion and he wrote of the Bible in one of his songs Quot in teaching me the Way to live it taught me How to die Quot and my old Friend a and the Friend of everybody who loves Green Fields and running Brooks used to sit All Day in the Shade of great Trees fishing or Reading or thinking a my Friend of other Days Izaak Walton said of the Bible every hour i read you kills a sin. Or lets a virtue in to fight against and i love old George Herbert More even than i do his Friend Izaak Walton and be limited to 20,000. A Alphonse Karr was once presented at a banquet Given in commemoration of the birth of Hahnemann toasts having been Civen to the health of every medical celebrity ancient and modern the president remarked Quot m. Karr you have not proposed the health of any the poet Rose and modestly replied Quot i propose the health of the sick. A or. John Albert Bright the eldest son of bight Hohn. John Bright m. P., arrived last a a Day on the Calabria and is stopping at the Albemarle hotel. Or. Bright is a Young Man of considerable presence tall Alender wearing a full Board and is a typical englishman. Or. Bright said hit father was still in very poor health. Quot although said he Quot a Long As he keeps himself in his retirement and aloof from any excitement he suffers scarcely at All. He writes his let ten and receives his friends As he has always a answer to the question at to Whiten Hia father would be Able to resume his parliamentary duties or. Bright remarked Quot that it now and Muat be for some time very doubtful. His physicians will not permit him to engage Stively in Politica and for the present he Haa with Rawn Hia attention from National affairs or. Bright and his Friend or. Richard Heape Are prospecting an extended tour throughout the United states and . World. Educational. From the St. Louia Democrat our Washington correspondent alludes to the fact that or. Trumbull s brother in Law or. Payne was appointed to the office of pension agent at Springfield which he now holds at the solicitation of or. Trumbull. This is not the whole truth of the matter however. The manner in which the appointment was secured is still More illustrative of or. Trumbull s desire to take care of his relatives. President Joinson has appointed a Democrat to that of lice or. Merrit the editor of the Springfield Register and he declined to remove him at Trumbull s request. Up to this time pension agencies were not among the of cers required to be confirmed by Tho Senate. In order to get his brother in Law appointed or. Trumbull introduced a Bill requiring the confirmation of pension agents and compelling the president to Send to the Senate for its action the names of those then holding these positions throughout the country. In this Way he soon got a Chance to reject Merrit. The next Point was to get Payne appointed but the president refused for some time to Send his name to the Senate. He finally yielded however after a nimber of other names had been rejected. Payne was promptly confirmed of course and has held tie office Ever since. These Are the actual facts of the Case As tie congressional Globe for the thirty ninth Congress will St. Louis Democrat. Crock or. Cheap store. A Michigan University female sophomores Haze Good looking freshmen by Blind folding and then kissing them. A miss Day a teacher in one of the Lafayette schools is a native of Madras Hin Dostan. She has several Hindoo Idola which she brought with her from the Heathen Landa three of which Are named a follows Anim rash make of All thin Kyahnu preserver of All things Siva Stroyer 6f All things. A on tenth of the thu fonts at Zurich Are women and Tome of them Are Ameri eat whom tha Larrew and Short tights policy of exclusive Neas Baa driven abroad to obtain the education that Harvard and tale Bould Amish Farour daughters a Well As our subs. Better remove the foolish Herbert writes Start Are poor books and oftentimes do miss the Book of stars lights to eternal that s my idea precisely. And when i come to die much As i have enjoyed Joe Miller and Percy and those Ether benefactors of the race who have made us laugh betimes in spite of ourselves much As i am indebted for health and spirit to do the hard work of life to the great humorists of this and outlier Days whose books Are looking Down upon me from Long rows of shelves while i write and whose covers makes me smile when i think of the Good things that Are within yet i say when i come to die i will not want my friends to take a jest Book or a comic paper for a joke to make me laugh As i step into the River. Laughing is very Well when dining not when dying. Quot Jesus the Laurie of thy name hath overpowering charms scarce Ahall x feel death s cold sub rate. If Christ be in by arms. Quot then when rehear my heart Tringa break How sweat Tho mind Tes Roll a mortal Palea ets on my chs est. And glory in by Kead to me from the words of him who Saith Quot he that Beli Eveth in me though he were dead yet shall he Collyer s Saint would have something pleasant and Bright Quot not the Bible. If you would bring me something pleasant and Bright lift the Vail and show me a Quot pure River of water of life Clear As Crystal Quot and let me. Hear the voice that says there shall be no night there the City hath no need of the Sun nor of the Moon to Shine in it her Light is like unto a Stone most precious. Its is to me that is pleasant and Bright. The Best joke i Ever heard would not me me so Happy in dying As to hear my master s words Quot enter thou into the Joy of thy Ihen jib. The passive policy in the South crockery Glass a dec sware China and fancy goods table cattery Silver plated and Brit Annia castors i ainu a and chandeliers Etc. We Wesh to Call the attention of our customers to our Tery Liaise and Well selected Stock fancy Ware. Cons stick of All kinds of Able Mats knife baskets Swiss carried salad sets Swiss carved bread trays with mottoes China moustache cups motto cups mugs China persian Marble and Bohemian Glass Tases lava smoking sets match safes fancy Ash boxes Ink stands toilet sets Finger bowls. Fish globes Bird cages Oval and round Glass Globe Imming glasses Dee. All of which will be sold cheap. Tery arge Stock of China toys . Too mention student s lamps $6.00 chandeliers. $5.00 a ice Isidor Stone foot warmers is cents land $1. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere at Tresselt amp both 09 East foot Wallfi. Sono Book glad tidings the to Dutiful is Abbath school song Book with Tho above title has received Tho highest commendations. Out one nne a and arc for to Kirbt la Quot. Compiled 13y l. 0. Emerson amp l. B. Starkweather. La Rico in paper 30o., in beards 35c. Easter Antu Emi Christ our passover. Thomai 81 t o easter hymn morning Breaks. Czart. 50 easter Anthem Christ the lord. In son. 75 Golden Golden Goloen Gol in Kockx Golden Golden Golden Golden a school song dual. Golden Golden Golden Price 50 cents. Golden the above l books and pieces sent Post paid on receipt of retail prices. Oliver Ditson ago., Boston Chas. H. Dit Sun i co. Now York. Lyon amp Healy Chicago. Stomach bitters. Branfo Brt go of a Man that skates on too thin ice will sooner or later get hi8 feet wet. Quot so Well any merchant who attempts in these enlightened Days to transact his business on the old style system of a Small Trade High prices and big profits. Quot we have five 6tore� and expect the coming year to retail Over a million of dollars and every one of those stores is a living witness to the Success of the policy flow prices fair dealing and Good treatment to All there is nothing we detest More especially in a merchant than Quot shoddy this habit of snubbing people Bec quae they do not dress in Silks meets with no sympathy from us. We said a year ago and reiterate it nov in m m a the want of it the and Bich and poor alike will re live in the future As they have in the past the same courteous treatment at our hands. We shall 6e More watchful than Ever that our extraordinary Success shall not Lead us into Quot ways that Are dark and tricks that Are we have Faith in the people and our sales Liat Are now equal to any other two stores Machol Ettli a combined show that the people have Faith in us. Hardware. Sony. W. Oakley dealers in foreign and Domestic a. R d w Jetle saddlery and Carriage trimmings &c., 79 c01l, Mai Street. 1872. Fort Wayne ind. 1872. now Oft tie Trade at a. S. Evans amp c08 33 and 35 Clinton and 41 main is imported and dealers a Ake endorsed and prescribed by More leading pm Yeti other stimulant now in use. The preventive for Xor a a. Inter ten Saint a by Ike groceries. On the Corner of main amp Harrison its Dodez amp Rockhill a Large new Stock o f &r0cerie8 Fenea now the apples Are falling in a perfect Esmez ally a thai. Trae in i Shower on the Othar Aat. A correspondent of the new York a. Aid who has been making a tour of political observation in the South writes from Atlanto As rods the Olive policy advocated j do not think that it meets with much favor in the South. Trumbull will scarcely prove an acceptable candidate to the Southern people while under no circumstances whatever would they accept Sumner. Hostility to Sumner does not need and explanation. The unfavourable Recto new goods Are received daily. We keep the Best apples potatoes and vegetables of All kidds. Read also our Bill of fare. Canned fruits of All kinds a general assortment of Crosso i Blackwell s Pickels Lea Job Perrin s Forest Resherie Saum Raspberry Jamb. Finest teas to the City. Burnette s Flavouring extracts. New raisins. Almonds Citron extra Pine. Wilde <1 sob s ground spices warranted pure. J. 6. Hostin s Bou loss sardines. Truly italian Maccaroni and Verma Cilli. New York state factory cheese Maltby g oysters always on hand. Fine table syrup. Nuts of a kinds. Pare cider Vinega. Cranberry in by Tho quart or Bushel. Celery. Hess makers a. Leo. B a s cod fish. Mittens Billious Ness and All disorders arising from Miasmatic causes. They Are tit sly recommended As an anti dyspeptic and in eases of indigestion Are invaluable As an a. Pet scr and re cup rant and in cases of gun eral debility they have never in a single instance failed in producing the most a by results. They Are particularly beef ital to females Stren thing the body in Wor rating the mind and giving tone and elastic by to the whole system. The Home bitters Are compounded with Tho greatest care and no tonic stimulant has Ever been offered to the Public. So pleasant to the taste and at the same time combining so Many remedial agents endorsed by the medical fraternity As Tho Best known to the pharmacopoeia. It costs but Little to i a them a fair trial and every family but Ronld have a Homie we ask every Oao to read the following certificates from Many of live Arost eminent physicians in the country Chicago kept. 29,1870. This certifies that i Havo tech i cd from messes. James a. Jackson pc co., Ftp Fennola for the preparation of their Quot Horn. Stomach bitters Quot and the same to be a pure a1�t>faolio preparation containing no injurious Addi irions or impurities but on the contrary a very a a Perior combination of such ingredients Asar. M constant use by the medical profession and regarded As eminently curative and remedial. I have also received and examined chemically a Sample of the Home stomach bitters and ind the same to be in accordance with the of Mula above described being a Superior Artic of stomach bitters. G. A. Makinen analytical chemist 141 Dearborn St. We believe in a res Vive War. The following prices will inaugurate the Spriner Battle in carpets and dry goods. Good cottage cat8,25c, 30c, 40c and 50c. Handsome ingrain carpets 50c, 60c, 65c and 75c. All Wool two ply carpets 75c to $1 25 a Yard. English Brussels carpets $1 25 a Yard. 100 dozen Stair bods 9oc a dozen and upwards. Floor Oil cloths All widths very cheap. 3-4, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 Cane and Cocoa matting cheap. Also immense lots of drug gets velvet Mats Crumb cloths bog ont i xxx Mats amp a. The above carpets were contracted for before the big Advance in prices and As oar Stock of carpets is the largest in fort Wayne no person can do themselves Justice in buying before examining them for prices Are now lower than wholesale rates in new York City. For Sile of Xii Eis tire Stock of Merrimack Cocheco Pacific and Sprague prints at 0 and 10c a Waitl. Also great bargains in alpacas notions and Chicago. Sept. 29,1s70. Jas. A. Jackson amp in reply to your note of this Date i would state that i have known or. G. A. Mariner As a chemist for Over 12 year and that i have Tho most unlimited Confidence in his integrity and a note renin the highest opinion of his accuracy and ability As a chemist. Respectfully yours. Jas. V. Z. Blanket prof of chemistry in Rush medical College to. A. Chicago sept. 30,1870. J. L. Smith Esq be have examined the from Laforth celebrated stomach bitters and find it to be composed of articles that Aro considered Tho Best tonics used by the medical profession and one of Tho Best bitters we know of now in use. Very respectfully h. S. . D., b. Mcvicar m. j. B. Walker m. D., g. A. Mariner Norman s. Barnes m. Chicago sept. 30, 1870. James a. Jackson amp prom _ careful examination of your bitters and the formula from which they Are manufactured we Are satisfied that they Are equal if not in Perior to any other bitters now in Tho Market yours respectfully t. S. Hoyne. R. Ludlam m. St. Lauis. July 1873. James Jackson amp As Vou have communicated to the medical proc soon the recipe of the Home bitters it cannot therefore be considered As a secret or Patent Medicine no Patent having been taken for it. We have examined the formula for making the Home bitters and Unic statin in say the combination is one of rare excellence All the articles used in its composition arc the Best of the class to which they be Ion being highly tonic stimulant Stomachin and slightly laxative. Them i to of preparing them is strictly in acco Ranc with the rules of pharmacy. Having used them seen its effect in our private practice we take pleasure in recommending them to nil persons desirous of using bitters As the Best tonic and stimulant now offered to the Public. L. C. Boi Liniere . C. Porter d. Alfred Sua cock m. D., c. Gerike m. Drake Mcdowell . C. A. Ware. M. J. C. Whitehill m. E. A. Clarke. M. or c. V. F. Lud Wiff s. G. Moses m. W. A. Wilcox a. Hubert Primm. Mesa. Jackion amp co having examined Ahe formula from which your celebrated t. Stomach bitters Quot Are prepared and having witnessed the method of combining the different ingredients we can safely recommend them As the Best tonic with Ai hich t7reeai-Hc painted. From the great car what which they Are compounded and from the Choice materials which enter into them we Bave no doubt that they Well prove As they deserve to be the most popular tonic and stimulant in use. Respectfully yours. J. Vastine m. D., t. G. Comstock. M. we cheerfully concur with every word contained in the above testimonial. J. Conzelmar., a d. S. Hartman m. Chas. Vat tide a. J. , . W. S. Wilkoc . , ,v.es-. Uni disc Inkabi oct. 19,1871. B. Kennedy is co. Agents let it tors Quot a gents Agre Eblo to your Quei to 1 have examined the formula of the Hoir stomach bitters Quot an find the remedies it As Are in general use by medical i Roi Casion. They Aro very scientifically , and As stimulating tonics will e of and specially adapted As Corro brants to the idea Tarp of Low or debilitated stages of the i ysteir., whether arising from impaired digest Mosor from Valarious diseases. Or. stat tier. L. A. James m. R. S. Wayne chemist. C. T. Simpson m. w. X. Of Faliaferro m. 8. Bonner Al. J. J. Ouinn m. L. S. Muscroft m. J. N Buckner. M. G. It. Bigler m. A i. It Woodward . , by All drays its and Groccia _415 Day turf. Flowers William Lyne Florist is prepared to fill orders for All Quot ads of greenhouse amp summer bulb dig plants such As for Piusas terse a As Daumas Etc. Also vase. Garden and Basket plants wholesale and retail. Bridal and other parties furnished with bouquets and Cut Flowers. Every attention will be shown to visitors. Greenhouse Quot Zorrer of Brackenridge and Webster-�ti., fort Wayne Indiana. Spring catalogue will be issued about the 1st of april and can to obtained at Tho Green houses or mailed free to All to printers. No place like the Corner of main it Harrison its for Choice table better. Tie Gazette a oui Pauy Oler for Sale a Quarto Ai Edlam Clobe jobbing press Welch has been in us but a Short time. Some new features Hare been introduced making it better than when new. We of tar Liis press for Sale very cheap. Address or inquire at Gazette office fort Wayne India dress i oods we Are Selling and Sheo bugs at less than the wholesale prices in new York Yard wide English prints at 12c, Worth 25c. Furs shawls and us Winter goods at less than and clares Cotton 5g a spool Foster Brothers coned York pity Stobe 94 Columbia Street. Grocer Les. Ltd Deal Erin groceries provisions oys hrs amp canned goods fraits or jul kinds in to Weir season,3sro. 88 0-a.xjk 0tr3it-St.dry goo Sand notion being awake to tto interests of our in stoners Waro la Market ahead of the use hear Advance la Cotton and Bolc Sand Are now Roc Eiting in Kelli Ense stoc3cs which we offer at client Bat Saina. Orders solicited which will be Ca readly Aad i aptly Firlit buy Thel cute Hrics 3-Ookid Tiik eat boots axe shoes. Markley Schry Der amp co. Scella nevits. The Best Roll butter and fresh eggs constantly on hand. I wish to Call attention to the fact that my aim is to sell Only Good goods and As Low As fair and honest dealing will justify. So tabs. Crushed granulated and powdered Standard a not a other sugars in proportion. 14c 12jc canned 600cs. All Standard packers no Slop goods. Tomatoes 2 lbs 18c 3 Quot 2oc peaches 2 Quot 20c Quot 3 Quot 30c Mcmurray s sugar con 30c Pine apples 30c blackberries 20c canned Salmon 1 to 30c a 2 Quot 50c Green peas 2 Quot Contee. Good Rio Choice Rio Ceylon Java o. Q. Java guaranteed 25c 23c 25c 38c 30c 35c teas. The Best in the Market Japa Ibi 90c. $1 to $1.20. Long $1, $1.10 to $1.35. Young Hyson $1, $1.25, $150. Best $1.60 just remember that you can t buy the Best Young Hyson at $1.25 when import is charge from $1.25 to $1.40 for those grades. Aut i can Soli you for $1.25 As Good a Tea As any establishment in the City offers. Soaps. From 5 to 10c a bar. The old Central grocery still in the Field with goods As Low As the lowest. Dress and. Mux inert cd a a a and extraordinary 600d bar6ains, at. In. We Are Selling our entire fall and Winter a Todt of Bess aa4 goods regardless of coat. 4 key Stone Biog Aux St you can buy All kinds of boots amp Shes it to wi>iiice8 remember the Pilot Ace at. A in. Millinery Headquarters. Dry a it Lod amp extraordinary had cements f carriages. Amp a. Darraine factory and warehouse Morth of Cathedral no. 11 East Jefferson St. We Are prepared to make Fine carriages. Spring wagons omnibuses Street cars carpets. Pilade Lysla feb. So. To Jerome j. St Dob my bengalis. Tell your customers there is no Advance As yet in and every kind of a Teta icle of the Best material Lynest and most durable style and for the Lovest prices. We have skillful workmen employed and can Daph Cate the style and prices of Laitem manufactories. Tie Public is invited to examine our work. Carpets but there will be the 1st of March of from Stoi Cayard. This will Only to on regular goods shoddy i not subject to any Advance As there is no demand for the article. Yon Hare a Nice lot of carpets on the Way. Tell your customers to Bay new. I to to new York at 2 o clock. Immense sacrifice in White goods a we will offer for the next 30 Days our anti in Stock of die Choat clog a shawl furs and fancy Gooda at less than coot. Elegant Irish Poppins. $1.25. Worth $1.75. Rilk View Velonta $1.25, Worth $1.50 us $1.76. Quot Irish popups 28 inches wide $1.50, Worth $2.00. Best qualities of a a teens 75 cents. Good a a a docents. All fancy dress goods reduced one half a original at half Price our $40.00 cloaks reduced to $25.00. Our $30.00 cloaks reduced to $20.00. Cheaper grades reduced in like pro Porti Ltd. Our elegant Stock of Astrachan cloaks marked Down to $25.00.kxjiis it a jib our $75.00 Mink sets reduced to s50.00. Our $60.00 Mink sets reduced to $40.00. Our $50.00 Mink sets reduced to $s5.00. Cheaper fairs in like win Elose oat our entire Atma it shawls at urn bul Liney goods red Ved to Mare than hair Prata. O

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