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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana Tee fort Wayne daily Gazette monday morning March .11 18752. Pc. N. Y. S. Pc. A Elixious mention. Root and t company 9� Columbia Street. Wmk to this week a fall and completa line of Cotton sheetingh3, Linsk sheeting Pillow casings luf Gant table linens German loom damask Wels and Tow Elings. Pench toilet quilts Jie comb quilts was dig a dollies. Also a i a a a a tide to a Ell their great lot of try Foft finish family linens a game Low prices of past week Rix lot 37 l-2o per Yard by the piece be lot 44c per Yard by the piece. It lot 55c per Yard by the piece. One lot 62 l-2c per Yard by the piece. They also invite attention to a Large importation of Hahn Fig Ebbo Debies. In Choice patterns at 10c. 12yic, 25c per Yard and upward. In intermit lev dim Rourke kor Tea Rev a Marine the Al clean m. E. Can Rob. The last of Earth. They will also open this week Over 800 pieces Aew and Choice White a oods in piques Plain and Stripe Nain Sooks. Vieto. Ria lawns. India Minlu by and dotted swisse soft finish Waist floods. Shirting. Dimitres Ete. Etc., �1 a great redaction from last year s prices. new Phillipos new laces new fancy ties new style collars new style h de is. Just opened a fall assortment of on popular Brand the horse it Ros for the last ten years with gre�4 we still sell them at old prices. Beguiled by Necess. Now open tog a fresh lot of 6nr celebrated Quot peril Fotz cd gloves. In Choice Spring colourings in both Ane and two Battos. Prices for one Button Olores. Price for two butt n Olores. 2s new Sabino pm into new of Bench Chint Zes new Becales Quot with oar usual Large and Well assorted Stock of i it of ire Tio crowds a at Boot it compacts Papular Dit Ovada Haas no Kew Tarti a m Cala Aikala. discourse. Eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither hath it entered into the heart of Man the things which 6od hath prepared for them that love him. Bat Ood hath revealed them into us by his spirit. 1st cor., 9 10. The Church of Corinth refused the doctrine of the apostle from the fact that it was not refined and not elegantly delivered. Their reasons Irene not cultivated. It is impossible for the natural Man to feel the divine influence of the spirit of god. To him Thev appear foolish he is confined to Toach taste sight Ampe. He is sen National. The nerves the highest Organ of sensations being the Eye which is a strange evidence of divine Power. But sight must be supplemented with reason All that the Eye beholds is perishable. This does not satisfy the soul. There must be More than Mere sensation to do so. The reverend gentleman advanced the idea that Christ in form and personal App Caranto was not of the dignified or upper class of society but of the menial or servant class with no perfect outline of feature or Peculiar personal attractions but possessing All the graces of unsullied purity integrity uprightness and perfect holiness. Spoke of scientific men a doubts of the correctness of divine truth not being spiritual discoverers they Are no authority for divinity. On the same hypothesis one might speak of patriotism to the traitor or of the beauties of nature to the Blind each being equally unqualified to appreciate the subject to which you Call their attention. Christianity brings Forth individuality no Walls confine cd Kristians. In this Christian land there Are As Good men outside of the Church As in it. He referred to Enoch As walking with god. We thank ourselves Enoch thanked god for everything which he assessed. Who or wha is god ? no two in this audience think alike. We limit god with a Conception of his form. There is nothing the natural affections that is of heaven. The higher revelation to follow Christ that be Wall Hnin Bly Deal justly and be merciful. Man Mast love god until he becomes god like himself. If a Man loves god he will keep his commandments and by so doing will be lifted higher and higher into perfect holiness. He closed his remarks by exhorting his congregation to Pray Adf wre spirituality african k. E. Chubch. The Board of the african m. E. Charch held a meeting last night. They reported the Cost of thei Church at $500 moving it on their lot the repairs of the Charch will Cost $200 total amount $1,262.00. Tip Amon at collected la $360.10, leaving a balance one of $801.6i to be raised. Or. William Kimchou is their legally appointed agent to solicit subscriptions. We Appeal to the Good people of fort Wayne to assist a in Clearing the debt of our Church and heartily thank them for the support they have so far kindly extended to us. We Hope when or. Nichols Calls upon the lovers of Christ and the friends of humanity they will not turn him away empty handed but donate to him Liber ally thereby lending to the lord. Bev. Jason Bundy pastor. William l. Stewart Willis hurdle a in Alfisher treasurer. Enoch Pettiford \ George Harris. A touching tribute to the late Hon. John Olerick. An adjourned meeting of the members of the fort Wayne bar. A few eloquent remarks by judge Carson of the common pleas court. Resold sons of sympathy Eulogy Isis on the i if of the deceased. The funeral to Morrow names of the pall bearers. . Der altar.  09bat Xach 11.1879. The City in Babiev. A no marriage licenses were Saaed saturday. A a. G. Wagner s new $3,000 soda Foai Tain Haa arrived. A Trade was unusually Dull in fort Wayne on saturday. A a pleasant time was enjoyed at the Germania Rooma last night. A the justices at present Are enjoying a respite from criminal business. A match game of billiards for $50 a Side was played at the Occidental saturday in Between Mike Corbett and Billy Carroll. The former gentleman won the game. A some very neatly printed advertising cards Are now being painted for the Street cd is. The superintendent also proposes printing some neat Little time tables upon which a few advertisements will be printed. A another Street ear arrived m the City on Sata iday which is to ran from main Street to the South depots. It is of the Awne. Pattern As the Cara Whick have been rank no for Home Weeka. Can in a bet put on the South lines Jueil weeks for Keblar tripe. The car House in about ready for Ocon Poncy. A american boasting has become famous Bat there is Good foundation for it. We have great Statica great rivet great lakes and great parties. We have the c9�cago l4�oce Tannel the and anti Sua pc Boa Bridge tiie new York Central Park the Boston big Organ Ai a i vegetable cleaning Balm invented and a ated Byrd. B. Wulis of new York. Mabby teared and owed Bya what Are on Titi Lens doing towards a caring the of tool of this great in a a Nti ii sub item Bete Libr the last two weeks we Hope try win of let the Golden of Ort Anity Anim proved and allow Home other Day in this state to Secare it and oblige w to tri birth tto in iii faring the Manu Etc Turing Centre which of right belongs to be. Noc Jii. Col Colton superintendent of the Wabash Aad Erie Graal reports that the canal a Fiuri Quot on Ita feet now Quot and will reopen for sprig Trade immediately. More boats will be added this Jet Hie Quot ditch mid Loper cent last year and Haa Pauaea the Cansis assuring its permanent con Ingance. A Jeue courier. Sum. Last eve a about ten o clock the Westward bound freight train ran Over a Man a few Miles East of Lima. The Engineer did not be the Man until the engine was wit liar teb feet of him. He reversed the engine but it was too late. The Man was thrown from the track by the Pilot. A was opposed to be drunk at the time and taking a night rest on the track. No name can attach to any one but the unfortunate Man himself. Few Jiusto. Chas. L. Hill the enterprising music dealer under the Gazotti office has just received a lot of Choice new music. Among other Beautiful pieces both instrumental and vocal May be mentioned Quot this Loving heart of mine Quot words by p. Kelley music by Chas a. Cable Quot the Angel of love Quot by Virginia Cabnet Quot is of sunlight Quot Galop by Albert h. Female Quot lord Dundra by Quot polka by j. W. Tomer Quot of that we two were mining Quot song by Chas. Gonoud Quot my do wife Quot song by h. Clifton. Ilimae pieces Are All a Ablahed by Ixtaoo�co.,277 washingtont., boat opt. All of the new music can be Foo Jid at L. Hills together with All kinds of Man a Laterel Star seram uie to Liard a a Lek a Yiu Yalta Ike Liick. For a Verone that a Salt eth himself shall be abased. And be that Hamblett him Elf Beall be exalted. Luke is. 14. It makes no difference what a Man shall j do he shall be abased for god s purposes. He that Humblet himself shall be exalted. God himself will Honor and exalt him. The two men referred to in the preceding verses of their chapter represented two characters of two Christiana of the present Day. The one a Pharisee apparently zealous addressing god As being second to him possessed of absolute righteousness he is right and every pne else is wrong. He sits in judgment on his own Case a self righteous Man. He must be abased or he will abase All with whom he comes in Contact. An actual necessity exists that this should be brought about. He is dangerous to himself and dangerous to society. On the other hand the Man who stopped near the door was overawed by the assure Ance of the Pharisee he saw himself As god saw him so full of sin and therefore his Humble expressions Quot god be merciful to me a Thuc intensity of his feeling was that of a penitent pleader knowing that through the mercy of god he could be saved. God was under no obligation to Grant mercy. "1 will have mercy on whom i will have if Yon want to Honor god confess that you Are a sinner full of guilt. Quot god came to save being afraid to ask god for Mer 7 because you Treso bad Yon contravene him and his Power. Quot lord have mercy on me a sinner Quot is the petition. I will be merciful of your transgressions and your sins will remember no More forever Quot the Means which Lead us to god will not save As Quot behave a the lord Jesus Christ and thou Shalt be saved. Compare your religion with uie truths of the Bible. There Yon will find the Index of your life. See if your experience indicate the working �?�f.4lm Quirit of god. Examine yourself and Yoa will see that Ybo an a sinner. A a a ital mind Kattura. The mail train from fort Wayne South on the c. B. Amp it. W. B. B. Encountered an it Toction saturday Between the five Niile switch and Hoagland in tie shape of some look Eula thrown across the track. Fort Anardy the cow Catcher cleared the track before coming to a Complete Stop so that no damage was sustained. Somebody ought to serve a Good Long term in the Penitentiary for endangering the lives of those on the train and will not get their Deaerts until they Eagle. The fort Wayne Muncie and Cincinnati bail cd Compaq and the fort Wayne Jackson and Gina Railroad company filed profiles of their respective lines yesterday in the office according to journal the Pennsylvania railway company has chosen the following directors for the coming year j. Eur Thompson Josiah Bacon Wister Morris Washington Butcher Edward c. Knight Samuel t. Bodine John k. Kennedy Joseph b. Myers John Bice and George Black of Pittsburgh. The following have been elected officers of the handle railway Thos. A. Scott president we. Thaw vice president , Secretary and or. M. C. Spencer mail. A a a cd to my club. A Public meeting of the bound table club will be held on this monday evening March 11th, when the following question will be discussed Quot if England refuses to submit to the arbitration will this nation be justified in declaring War Quot disputants messes. S. A. Sinclair s. Thanhouser m. . Spencer and t. A. Slack. Essay Quot the doctors Quot a humorous by Bev. To a Mph s. Laife. Review by or. B. G Mcniece. An adjourned a meeting of tie members of the fort Lavayne bar was held in the circuit court Rotoni at ii Alf past 9 o clock on morning to make an expression of feeling concerning the loss sustained by the death of the Hon. Jolin Colerick. The Hon. W. W. Carson acted As chairman and e. P. Edsall Esq., was named As Secretary. Preamble and be solutions. The committee on resolutions reported through their chairman the Hon. A ii. Withers As follows whereas it has pleased the great judge to remove from our midst by death our much loved and talented Young Friend John Colerick and the beat it is meet and proper for us in some Public manner As a body and m the bar of the court where he has achieved such Triumph and professional renown As but few men of his age attain to express our sorrow at the death of our Young Friend and sympathy for his venerable father and his family in the dispensation of Providence which has deprived them of a kind and affectionate son and brother and the bar of the City of one of its Al Iest and most beloved members therefore be saved that in the death of John Colerick the bar of this court has been deprived of one of its purest brightest ornaments and the family of a son and brother whose loss is irreparable. Ret Ved that to the venerable parents and the immediate relatives of the de ceded we tender the profound sympathies of the entire bar of fort Wayne and respectfully ask to be permitted to mingle our tears with theirs Over the grave of our lamented brother. Resolved that the members of this bar desiring to show every Mark of rect for the memory of John Coia Erk will adopt the usual badge of mourning by wearing cram on the left Arm for thirty Days. Bet Obed that As a further remark of respect entertained for our deceased brother we will attend his funeral As a body. Resolved that a copy of the foregoing preamble and resolutions be transmitted to the family of the deceased by the Secretary of this meeting. Booked that the judges of the circuit common pleas and criminal courts of this county be requested to order the foregoing spread upon the order books of their respective courts. W. H. Withers James w. Borders. E. A Niclai John Morris j. A. Fay r. C. Bell j. Aback by a by Ixo a. A motion that the Resolution be adopted was made by m. V. B. Spencer Esq. Eitalo isms by the bar. F. P. Randall in seconding the motion said it not be inappropriate for me As the senior member of the fort Wayne bar to a tribute to our departed brother. 1 have known the deceased As an infant in the Cradle and have traced his course through life to the hour of his death. There was no Young Man whose example morally or otherwise was equal to his. In his desire to please his family he led a life that was singularly pure and his affection for his parents Brothers and Sisters was known wherever his name was spoken. He was always Active diligent honest and capable. No Man Ever discharged his do ties More faithfully nor More honorable in All the walks of life. I simply Rise to Bear truth to the Testi Mon of the sentiment in the Resolution. A s. Taylor said it is hardly Neces Sarv to express in words the feelings by which we Are moved on this occasion. The sorrow which we feel at the death of or. Colerick is too sincere and Universal to need any other expression Here than is found in tie countenances of those around me. I fully concur with the gentleman who has preceded me in All that he has said of the Genius character and moral Worth of our deceased Friend. My own acquaintance with him began about twelve years ago. He had then just be a that Brilliant career which death has by Oulu to a sad and untimely close. Since that time i have known him As Only lawyers can know each other and i can truthfully say that in All that time i Call to mind no action of his life that i could wish had been otherwise. As a Lawver his Industry perseverance Honor and Quot faithfulness and above All his matchless oratory was a Model for All of us. As a Friend he was steadfast and True As a son and brother he was a living exemplification of filial tenderness and affection. It was my Fortune to be often opposed to him at the bar and i Learned in those contests that he could Combine As few men can the qualities of a relentless and formidable antagonist and a faithful and warmhearted Friend. Of his rare Power m an orator we who have often heard his voice in this room Are All witnesses. It was my Good Fortune in the absence of judge Lowry to preside at the last trial in which he was engaged. His addres to the jury upon this occasion will remain in my mind while hive As one of in called Beauty and Power. I was required in this trial to write out a charge to the jury which i had to do while the argument we progressing. Again and again As his burning eloquence held jurors and bystanders breathless and spell bound my own mind was irresistibly drawn away from my work and i returned to consciousness to find my pen dribbling along the unmeaning lines. Bobert c. Bell said there Are few Here perhaps none that have not known or. Colerick longer than i have. But one Short year ago he and i formed our partnership in the practice of Law. During that time it has been my privilege my Good Fortune to know him intimately and Well and i Learned to love him. All that i know of him from the very first of our relations has but strengthened deepened and intensified esteem regard and love for him. T seems hard that one so Young s of High Hope of Noble ambition of the i so full Ami Maui to to Naifen. The following instruments were filed for record in the auditor s office on saturday or. Radol it a to John u. Archer lot spirit of generous rivalry and with such Bright prospects for the future should be stricken Down before he had reached the prime of life but we can Only Bow in submission to a decree which we cannot change and to the will of him who doth All things Well. I was with or. Colerick a Large portion of the time during his last sickness. He was at All times hopeful courageous patient and full of Faith in the future. His life and character have been in All respects pure and Good. Even while delirious from fever not a single impure expression dropped from his lips. His every impulse thought and sex Preston was Noble and Good and pure. If anything can soften the poignancy of our regret and grief for his loss it is the knowledge of the fact that he was fully a spared when the time came for him to meet death. Although he never formally professed religion his life and walk and character comprised much if not most that is Good and True in any and All religious cars. Clothing that i might say could add anything to what has already been so Well said by of is. I cannot Trust myself to j a Quot it incr further. Praise should not be indiscriminately awarded even to the deceased but upon the present occasion it is Only the Plain and unvarnished truth to say that the Hon. John Colerick is deserving of the highest encomium which it is in our Power to bestow. It was not my Good Fortune to be As intimately connected with Bim As were most of those who arc Here present but Althou Gli i am not at present connected with that Side of the profession to which the deceased belonged but i feel that it is my duty to come Here and mingle Ray regrets with those of the bar. In my knowledge of the Hon. John Colerick i have constantly entertained the highest regard for his surpassing talents. I noticed his traits of character As a Dutiful son a firm Friend and an upright member of the profession. At the last term of tha circuit court in Wells county he was present but on the Day previous to the meeting of the court he tried a Case in Jay county before a Justice of the peace. He Lii red a conveyance in order to be taken Back to Bluffton but the Driver lost his Way and they were out All night and a cold Stormy and forbidding night it was. I was at the hotel when they returned even the sturdy Driver was chilled through and through while or Colerick was shivering and coughing in a manner calculated to create uneasiness As t the consciences. I advised Liim then that lie must not be so imprudent but he tossed it off with the Light remark that a cup of Coffee would cure him. The next manifestation of the precarious state of his health i witnessed in this court room when he came in to attend to a lawsuit at a time when he should have been in bed. I reproved him for his indiscretion but he spoke of the sense of duty that weighed upon him. As a member of the bar i have noticed that he relied not upon the technicality of the Law nor upon the Legal Points of a question Bue rather upon the Justice of the Case. Through his Powers and Genius he wrested verdicts from the hands of jurors. He possessed a High sense of Lionor. Perhaps he was too ready to take offence but it was easy to break through the thin film of ice and re Tore the warmth of feeling. His character May Well survive As an example to the members of our profession. The Eye that was wont to Flash with intelligence and sympathy is closed forever. The eloquent Tongue is mute. How True it is that there is but a breath of air and a heat of the heart Between this world and the next who knows whose lot it will be to follow r. S. Robertson said there Are Many Here who knew the Hon. John Colerick longer than i did few who knew him so Well. Our Friendship was unbroken and constant through our whole acquaintance. I know that the language of Praise is used to gloss Over and cover the faults of the dead but no language of mine can do Justice to him who has gone from our midst in the Bloom of Early manhood. The Brilliant Lewyer the warm Friend the affectionate son the kind brother has been stricken Down in the flood tide of life and Hope. Bold and fearless in the discharge of his duties Strong of will and firm at heart he was yet kind and gentle As a woman. He was unacquainted with the vices of the world. He was deeply religious. He was a Ripe scholar. He was a very Bayard Quot without fear and without we leave him with his god knowing that he will Deal tenderly with him and scanning the record of his life on Earth will say Quot Well done thou Good and faithful h. C. Hartman spoke As follows the deceased and i were brought up together. He was a hard student. He was never reproved by his teacher. He endeared himself to his classmates by his kind and gentle nature. He was a Man of intense feelings but he always ruled his passions realize with the rest of you the loss we have sustained. I St. And Here As his lifelong Friend and say Quot amen Quot to All that has been uttered in his Praise to Day. M. V. B. Spencer said i have Learned Many a lesson from the deceased that will profit me through life. He was a Man of Honor and a Man of truth. While battling with the temptations of life he never for got the Early instructions of his parents. Never in his life did he retire for the night without offering up a prayer to the giver of All Good and perfect gifts. May we not Hope that to Day he is enjoying the Bliss of the immortals j. S. Fence said i have known the Hon. John Colerick since 1859, and we were frequently brought together in the fourteen years of our acquaintance. His whole life was honorable and commendable. I have a son who is studying for the game profession with which i am identified and i have Ever pointed him to or. Colerick As a Model worthy of All imitation and i think that this is the highest tribute one Man can to another. L. M. Ninde said there is an import ant thing still unsaid in our contemplation of the character of Hon. John Colerick Viz what was the great element of his Success ? Why in twelve years s time did he Spring up like a meteor it was because he possessed two great attributes As an advocate first his nervous Force his unwavering Fidelity to truth. He never presented a proposition to a jury without he believed it Correct in every particular. There was something Beautiful in the fortitude with which he bore his last something Beautiful in he resignation with which he bade Adieu to life when All its brightest Flowers were in Bloom. Allen Zollars said in the mysterious Workings of Providence our brother Friend and has been removed from us. In the Spring time of his life in the vigor of his youth full of buoyancy hopefulness Aud laudable ambition death has singled him out. In a few Days we shall have consigned to Mother Earth the tenement of Clay too frail to be the habitation of his Large Manly and Christian soul All that is left to us the remembrance of his Virtues his kindness and example. Not a member of the bar but who Calls to remembrance some kind act that has been treasured away in his heart. No one will feel his loss More than the younger members of the bar. He was their Leader and Model. They will miss his encourage ments his Friendly Greet bus his fluent voice. Our panegyric can do him no Good now. All whether intimately associated or not join in one voice in j aying tribute to his Noble life All join equally in mourning his loss. It is said of him that he never retired without having said his prayers thus daily acknowledging his dependence on the author of his being the giver of every Good and perfect gift the father of All mercies the keeping of his soul and body thud Day by Day preparing in self for admission to that higher court where sufferings Are unknown. If he could look Down on us to Day and direct us that example above All others he would doubtless wish us to follow. It is an example of continued gratefulness for our lives and manifold blessings. This part of his Lite hidden with god As it was is the secret of his great fortitude in his sickness and the Confidence and Faith with which he quilted car to try tic i ctr us born. We Cai Evv Call Bim Back but we will keep Green in our memory the recollections of his upright Manly and Christian life. L. Newberger the Young members of the bar have truly Jost a Friend one who at All times and in Ali circumstances stood ready to offer them the assistance which they might require. He was so intensely wrap up in his profession that he would often sacrifice himself for the Benefit of a client. I remember one dark Stormy night in noremb2r at that i accompanied him to a neighbouring Village to try a Law suit. On arriving at our destination he found that he lacked a volume that was necessary As a if rence thereupon he re turned to fort Wayne getting Back to the Village at about four o clock next morning and shall never forget that before retiring to rest he offered up a fervent Prater to his maker showing a religious spirit that is rare As it is i Beautiful. W. H. Withers a the sentiment of the Resolution expresses the love and respect which i have Ever left for the deceased. I have known him since he was a boy. I loved him Well. He was a Good Friend and i mourn his loss. I endorse All that has been said in his Praise to Day. W. H. Coombs a knew the Hon. John Colerick in his infancy in his boyhood and in manhood and i cannot recall a single act of his life upon which i could cast the least of censure or one that was inconsistent with the gentleman or the lawyer. In this fact lies the highest Praise. J. W. Daw son spoke in feeling terms of Tho Many Briliant lights who had adorned the fort Wayne bar but who had one by one gone to their eternal Homes a the summons Tol depart came to them. He referred very touchingly to the career of John Colerick and took occasion to give a few words of advice to the younger members of the fort Wayne bar. Judge Carson said gentlemen of he bar the chair most sincerely unites with Yon in sex Etc sentiment of the resolutions just adopted by you and the appropriate remarks made by the members of the bar. They Are but expressive of a just tribute to the memory by Thyl Bench and bar and to which Little can be added. I have Only to say that i i ave been intimate with the deceased since Liis childhood. I knew him when a child a boy and a Man i knew him As a school boy a Law student a lawyer and practitioner i knew him As associate counsel and As op-1 posing counsel i knew him As a Public officer i knew him As a son a brother and it Friend and in All these relations i can Bear testimony to his Fidelity to duty an obedient son a Loving brother a fast Friend and an agreeable companion. He was a close student a sound lawyer a very Able advocate and faithful Public servant. In every relation of life his aim seemed to be an honest and faithful discharge of duty let us then emulate Liis Many Virtues that when it please god to Call us hence we May be prepared to Render an account of our stewardship and look Forward with Faith in the full Assurance of an interest in the re aoric17i.tuiuki. Imp Aielts. Demotion wrought out for us by our blessed redeemer through whose precious blood we can alone Hope for a blessed immortality beyond the grave. The resolutions were then unanimously adopted. Fob the funeral. The committee of arrangements reported through m. V. B. Spencer Esq., to the effect that they had assembled at the office of r. S. Roberston on Friday and from thence repaired to the late Home of the deceased and upon consulting with the family Learned that the funeral would take place from the Cathedral at 2 o clock next afternoon. They also reported that they had selected the following gentlemen As pall bearers judge j. W. Worden judge John Morris judge w. W. Carson judge j. A. Fay w. H. Withers Esq., and m. V. A Spencer Esq. On motion of judge Fay the court appointed judge Morris a committee to present the resolutions to the Allen circuit court an w. H. Withers Esq., to present them to the criminal circuit court. The bar will attend the funeral in body in carriages and will meet at the court House to Morrow afternoon at 1 o clock for that purpose. A to Birre from Irdi Starolis. The Indianapolis Sentinel of saturday says a fort Wayne telegraphic dispatch announces the decease of John Colerick. Esq., of that City and who for several years resided in Indianapolis. Or. Colerick occupied a prominent position in his profession on account of his native ability and Many accomplishments. In the last political canvass in this state he was a candidate for Congress in the ninth District in opposition to general Shanks and his speeches during the contest showed a thorough acquaintance with Public questions. He is Cut Down before be had even entered the Meridian of life when the Fields of ambition and useful Lesii were opening to him. The news of or. Cleric be s untimely death will w received with sincere regret by his Many friends in this City. Pity personals. Cast steel and flows. Double single and three shovel plows Road scrapers Etc., our facilities Tor manufacturing All the above goods Are unsurpassed. Surrounded by the Best White Oak Timber in the world to Are enabled to use a Quality of Timber in our work much a a i Perior to that used by most other plow manufacturers. There Aro Many Points of Merit about our plows and particularly our now combination plow that can Only be fully appreciated by a personal examination. Therefore we cordially invite every Farmer and All a Creon interested in Farni ins and farm implements to Call and examine them and Frem All implement dealers acquainted with our pods we solicit your Sample order confident that we can show you a better plow for the Money than can to found in any other Western Market their Superior Quality and finish have met with deserved recognition wherever introduced and this combined with moderate prices recommend them to the careful examination of those wanting a first class implement. Office amp works Southwest Corner main St. And Maiden Lane. F of t tray ii Indiana. Or. Worcester of the Muncie Democrat was in the City yesterday. Col. Brady editor of the Muncie o Imes was in the City yesterday the guest of his brother in Law Robert c. Bell Esq. Milton Webber formerly of this City has opened an elegant billiard room in Muncie called the Milt deserves and will probably achieve Success. Joe b. Aveline Esq., formerly of this City but now of East Liberty near Pittsburgh pa., arrived in fort Wayne saturday morning on a Brief visit to his relatives and friends. He will remain Here Lor several Days. Miss Mary g. Humphrey formerly of fort Wayne is now engaged in furnishing a very interesting series of sketches entitled Quot among our artists Quot to Ile new York Standard. In that paper of die Date of March 8th, we find a very readable article of this series from her Graceful pen. Joe clerk the celebrated Mercha it tailor returned from the East on saturday morning and reports having made very extensive purchases of Choice piece goods he is preparing to install himself in his new and elegant Headquarters at the Corner of Clinton and East Berry streets. John Bostick Esq., of the popular merchant tailoring firm of e. Bostick a son went East on saturday night fur the purpose of laying in a Stock of Spring goods. John a ays to at he intends excelling All of i s. Previous efforts in this direction. Did his Many will watch h s rent ii with i Vicli Teres t. Our old citizens will reme Mhor John b. Cocanour Esq., who resided in this City from 1836 to 1850, when he removed to California a paper issued in Merced county in that state which recently came into our Possession contains a series of very flattering resolutions passed by a Board of supervisors on the occasion of or. Cocanour retiring from some Public office which he had filled for several years. Or. Cocanour seems to have acquired a very prominent position in that l3cality. Am sements. Jennie Hight. This accomplished actress will open a Brief engagement at the opera Houte next monday evening supported by a Large and carefully selected company the Sale of reserved seats will begin thir morning at the Book store of Kcal Bros., in Keystone Block. Quot the two the above named opera will be per formed at Hamilton s Hall next Friday evening by the Toledo Mendelssohn club which is a Fine organization. Blitz the magician opens to to lug Hali next monday night. F Byrd of . A to Board of commissioners transacted but Little business on 6uturdii eco Nadjip pointing grand jurors for the april term a list of which is Given below names a. Henry . Jacob hursb.�?. We . W. H. . Jabob Deffenderfer. Christ. . Joe. S. S. . A. . Samuel . David . Daniel . William River a hair six a. The pupils matinee at the conservatory on last saturday afternoon was a very Brilliant affair. Several Fine piano pieces were played by the several classes in very creditable manner. The vocal music was equally Good especially the Duett by misses Piper and Worden. Or. Morse pianist of the conservatory gave in a truly artistic style an adagio from bet Hoo Ven. Or. M. Is a player of great ability. His labors will be of incalculable value to the conservatory. There will be a pupils matinee at the conservator on every saturday afternoon at 34 o clock. Fop steel Reid plow Waring amp of Watne works. Nelson mus nce. Connecticut Mutual life ins. Co. Is the Tiong est Toni in tie world assets $33,000,000. Surplus about 9,000,000. Dividends paid in 1871,. 4,500, Economy promptness careful management the Best is the Cheair est in. S. Buck District agent for the counties of Allen Adams Dekalb ,1soblc, and Wells agents a is tend. Ollick Ooi. Main and Oaut Oun mtg. Fort Wayne ind. Turkish prunes reduced to 9c per Pound at fruit House. J8@"oyesters Joe per can at Bowen Bros. A Maltby s sleet oysters at Dodez amp Rockhill s. Bar old per i Allun. 7�&Quot for chemical use $3.00 fruit House. A select tub dust inf. . A turkish prunes 9c per Pound at fruit House. At the oranges and Lemons 25c per dozen fruit House. A for Choice Mackerel at 10c per i Koto Bowen Bros. Corner of and Wayno ats. White fish Loc per Pound Large and fresh at Bowen Bros. Corner Barr and Wayno stg. Spring style silk hats for &i.50 at no. 106, Colambia-St., 2 doors East of Calhoun in a All Caps at the the Spring styles hats and new York hat store. Amusements. Hamilton h oue sight Only. Carleton the traveler celebrated Auter and Brilliant journal list we lecture thursday eve a March a subject the great North West no one should miss the great literary entertainment. The largest Stock of hats and Caps in the City is at the new York hat Stork. Pickles 8c per dozen at Bowen Bros Corner Barr and Wayne St. Jersey Sweet potatoes. Five bar Reu received to Day 60c per pock. Fruit h use. Ass oranges 25 cents a dozen at w. Brandenburg s. 116 Calhoun St. Sugars reduced White Coffee a. 12c Coffee a. 11c Best new orleans.9@l0c fruit House. Admission 50c. No extra charge for re erred seats. Milij Jno it february 2nd aim to open 5tli. English opera. New Coffee old government.2sc Best 30o Best 25c roasted Rio Best.27c fruit House. San Herb Oiderma. Two of la is will be performed in full costume and Scenic effect at Oahu 25 tel. Give have succeeded in getting another Hundred chests. This in the same Tea we had before the fire and gave such Universal satisfaction. We guarantee it the _ Best Tea in Market. Our other qualities 60c. Hajji Iriton s h . 80c and �1. I fruit House. A Emo i of Quot mrs. Neuberger Milliner Emporium Tonew no. 14 Colombini St. Oppo finite icing Slot ire Truro House burned out but going again opposite the old stand no Aby Ange in the amps coffees my of. ?si2srcg-. Our Stock is now Complete the great destruction has not interrupted our Trade in two Days after the fire we were open and doing easiness and Banu to the Public for their kind Patron am As we Wens no sooner opened than they commenced patronizing us and our Trade is Oetter to Day than the Day we burned out. We will continue in the future As in the past to please our patrons by Selling them goods at the lowest possible profit and guaranteeing everything we or refund the Money. Sugars reduced White Coffee a.12c White Coffee a. Choice Best new orleans.10� Good brown.9e Truit House. In Allen county is hereby Given that there is Money in the Treasury to redeem All outstanding Allen county orders which were presented prior to theist of july of 1870, and that no interest wiil be allowed on such order after this Date. John ring. March 9,1s72. Treas. Allen co., ind. Strati Wiitung please copy is Quot imported goods French Brandy planet 1865, i a s7 1 Ramsey s scotch whisky ? Gal 86 0 younger a scotch ale 25 Barclay s London Porter 23 Stewart s Dublin Porter 25 allow Duncan. The new York importer. Fruit House. Friday evening March 15th. Mrs. J. C. Williams Soprano or. H. C. Halen Tenor. M. A. W. Glenson baritone. Or. J. S. Cooper Basso. Miss Ella Hamilton pianist cond r. Admission.50c. Reserved . Sarsala of tickets will commence tites Day morning March uth. At c. L. Hill s music store at 9 o clock a. M. Stoves and tin Warx. Fish fish a All kinds received. White fish h bbis.$4 00@6 0 White fish in 00@1 20 Mackerel >ibbls.$4 00@e 00 Ilac Kerel in kitts.�1 25&1 50 cod fish per a a. 5�6� Serring a erring Libbl. »2 00 Holland herring per keg.25@1 75 fruit House. J a v xxx a xxx no specially Tea business notices. To Yon arc cilia in West buy your tickets Over the Quot old reliable Quot Missouri tacit la Railroad the popular route from St. Louis to Sedalia. Fort Scott. Lawrence. Kansas City Atchison St. Joseph Maha Denver and All Points in Missouri ii Ansas Nebraska and Colorado to which it eople Are moving. This line has an unix a Elled equipment in file Day coaches. Pullman s Pala a sleepers. Miller s safety plat orm and the Patent steam Brake Ana its reputation for prompt time and sure connect Lioni is proverbial. For valuable information ind assistance and to make special arrange cents at lowest rates offered by any line Call upon or address i. G. Wheeler agent m a Souri Pacific r. R., 72 Lloyd Street Buffalo i y. Or a. Ford. General passenger agent a it. Louis to. No trouble to answer it Ives Ioni. Bead or the Hilr la unnaturally dry. You May be sure that it is lying and unless artificially vitalized it will ooh de dead As leaves in november. Feed he withering fibres and stimulate the torpid Scalp with Lyon s Kate Tibok. And the evil Bich must otherwise soon culminate in Bald less will be speedily remedied. It ii also utely necessary for the health of the brain hat it be kept moderately moist with a pre Ajo tinn. Of Mable of nourishing and Kinvig a rating it. Tvs Kathari Kerr fun who Ioji a conditions and is the Only Only article thai actually puts new Capil Ary tubes through which the natural nourishment has ceased to pass. This pure and harmless veg table preparation is absorbed by the skin of the head to the roots of the hair and pastes into the filaments by the Force of capillary attraction a card. Wholesale dealer in Tinner s Stock stamped a panned and Plai tinware. Wholesale and retail Deidier in stoves tinware House keepers goods. H. J. Ash 91, it any ii ind. City items Best Tea $1 25 fruit House. Onion sets 10c per quart at fruit House. Est pre ared new 9c. Codfish. Something fruit House. Onion tops Loc per quart fruit House. So a fresh Supply of George s Bank cod Eish j ust received at Dodez pc Rcck Hiil s. It is the hit Bird that fitters it is the Hurt Man that loses his temper the line of which Lama member saw lit a few Days ago to Issue o circular with the above heading which besides unsettling the nerves of the High priced carpet dealer seems also to have used his pet advertising theme. Quot old White George Quot and Quot shoddy Quot chagrined at the loss of i favorite Hobby and finding self unable to refute the facts he tries to iii i my i. Iii in a Low. Scurrilous article in thulmapifliss4>>bich shows How morally Low a to no May stoop and still Lay claim to being called a Man. But Mac. I know the above Are not the Only cantos of your Wrath. Last Spring when failing to find any person Green enough to buy but your old Stock of carpets Mustof them bought at War Price you proposed the me to form a combination and put up the prices in our respect Ito carpet departments a proposition i did not for a moment Cotef Tain and then this Spring As a last resort to keep your old High fenced cok Cess afloat you Rry to coax my carpet Salesman to manage your business by offering him an interest i think is a candid confession of your unfitness for the pos tion you occupy and then to have him refuse preferring to remain with to on a salary. I know ail these Are bitter pills to Sallow hence i am not surprised at the character of your communications neither do i think the readers of this paper will when they have the cause that prompts you. Robert w. Murphy. Moderwell amp Fowler men s furnishes have received the Spring style Thia we make a special and feel confident we can sell teas 25 to do cents Pei Pound lower than other House. The reason we can do so is we Porchay a meet of the importers in Roand lots my one to two handled chests at a time we Tina mtg the profits of the Speculator jobber and Whol Eule merchant which a 10 to 20 Santa per Pound. Thia saving we Gire to oar Cost Omeis. Of All i ads we hate Naini oter three handled cheats. Young Hyson per la 60c, 80c, $l,he8t $125 an powder do 80c, $1, Best $1 25 Imperial per la 60c, 80c, $1, Best Al 25 Oblong do 50c, 90e, Best 91 10 Japan do 80c, Best is 10 chinese Miz Toie per by St 10 our 80c teas you Wili find excellent goods. We Erazm nothing for to a them if not Kaui amp Story they can be returned and the Money relm ded. Stag a is. We have received three Hundred barrels of All grades. Best Coffee a do Coffee a 12c i Best Brown 11c/ new Orleans coir it be. Bio Best do second , Best Jamaica 25c 22c 25c boasted old government Daod Loe 9 and Loc 2�zc 28ands0e Tob oops a Large Stock Over two Hundred packages and Diffie Zent to allies. Best Navy per la 60c time Cut Good Black los per la Hoosier Brand per la flon den per id second Quality do of 1 smoking per la 30c a no 2 do Quot do 25c shorts per la Floo 70c 33c, 3 pounds for $1 Wrev jobs Ace. New whisky per Gal., 90c one year old do $1 25 two do do is 40 and $173 old 76, do medical $3 00 ----------------35c bottled whisky Black Cherry wine Catawba Xue wine in bottles Gal. Is 50 Aud $2 per Gal $1 50 and 2 00 a per Gal _ 1 5c do do peaches per can. Tomatoes do sugar com do 19c j peas do 17cblack berries per can 25c 1 50 106 sat idiot 20 Cheviot and Dover cloth shirting ii so a Largo assortment of Fine neck dressings shirts made to measure. Calno iii and Beny Streeta. Id Elij sad fie tits. Half peaches Eicr lb., 10c pitted cherries do 42c Best apples do 8c figs do Joc prunes do 9c. Dates do 13c Bas berries do 42c candies per lb., 20c nuts All kinds per lb., 12 to 18c. Dime Box matches 5c. Fish All kinds. Coffee essence candles Candle Wicks Chimney Best Coal Oil 30c per Gal., Best Eose Oil 2oc per Gal., and a other goods half the usual Price. Camci Kati o., february 18, 1870. Messes n. P. Douglass amp co gen quaies we have examined and tested the specimen of your old seventy six whisky famished us for that purpose and consider it a pure article and therefore. Safe and reliable for medicinal , As it is free from the impurities and defects incidental to the Ordinary precess of distillation. Respectfully w. Clen Dejin m. D., health officer of the City of Cincinnati f. B. Mussey m. J. F. White m. Cha8. P. 8udkin8, m. C. T. Simpson m. C. Cwright m. P. S. Conner m. The principal hoeing Halimi asylums throng Hoat the country have adopted to in of this whisky Luj. whue is oar Foi Zwayne agent. $3 per gallon at the Frait House fruit House

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