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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The Foky Wayne daily Gazette tuesday mor Nijst March 12, 18t3. Clit Iang tit. Time sat. 3kakch 12, 187�. State Republican ticket. A for Govi Xor gen. Tom Browns. Of Rand Jelph Contr. ?0k govt Rob Hon.leonida8 of rash Coontz foe Secretary or state . Cubby of Vigo county. Roa. A distr of state j. A. Wild can. Of Howard Conaty. Fob Teeas Cru or state Johns. Ii Over of Lawrence county. For re Router of Tbs scr bar court coi. James b. Bilack. Of Marion county. Fob clerk of Tok Schreus court Schoij of Clark county. For of pm Blic . . Smith. Of Marion county. For Atto Kkt a Karkal. James c. Denny. Of Knox county Poh a once Kosmas at Laroe by it a. Cd it Dik give 8. Both it if Filiti cat foe cd of a by. I of Kesi Desirae Elk cobs i Irett . B. Kumler of Vanderburg. Contingent Frank m. Posy of Pyke. Cond l>i0trict.t-Cytna t. Nixon of Throop of Orance. Third jjistrkt.�?5o\id k. Cravens of be Irgon. Fourth b. 6oodwin,>ot Frank v Lia. /mifrief.�?g. W. Grubbs. Of Morgan. Si3 the do fact. James Johnson. Sri meth di�triet.�?3esm Harper of Warren. Farlar of fahd. Tenth . W. I. A a a is of Elkhart. Kun Venth Keith of Folota. under of Marshall. At i most. Cd a. Nathan Kimball capt. hoa.j.8. Bue Kloc Hon. W. A. Woops. Others is worthy of monuments and eulogies for he furnishes society with its most enduring pillars. Of course it is natural and almost unavoidable that the death of a Youn Man of rare mental and moral endowments should Call Forth expressions of special regret. Eat when a Man can leave behind him such a reputation for worthiness of aim uprightness of character and Fidelity to the private duties which Are due to both god and Man As John Colerick has done by the concurrent testimony of men of All shades of political and religious belief we cannot help thinking that his life is successful and his work As near completeness As mortals Ever attain even though he May be stricken Down while the Sun is yet High in the heavens. Such a life needs no Gray hairs to Crown it with additional Honor for its salutary influence upon men has reached its culmination. How strange it is that men Young and old in life s diverse pursuits and professions will spend so much time in Labouring for Fame and High place and Public Praise for this or that Art when Only a single death in their midst is enough to show that what a Man is rather than what he docs his character rather than his profession his life rather than his Art causes the Community in which a dwelt to hold his name in Sweet remembrance and Calls Forth the most worthy and most enduring Aulo Gium it is strange too that to Many men otherwise sagacious will pats through a Long life without discovering that the highest Success in any Art or profession is Best secured through i that inspiration which comes from a Faith Ful person since of All private duties whether Domestic or religious. To be sure irreligious and immoral men sometimes seem to be successful Bat death which pricks through All Shams generally a Hows that their apparent Success was. After All i Mere Bubble a Man is really Succes awful Only when he conquers the great hereafter. For what signifies momentary Victory however Brilliant if it simply precedes eternal defeat it the Sefrit my tit in which prominent dual crafts Are void Imming o decline the he aria supp own to be connect eur with the f Obe trial chair of Indiana Hye tfx Yeative to by the least. First judge Nihl Sec cum Abr War hat in hand and in his Blandes manner informed the perplexed democracy that he could not u any Erent consent to be a candidate for governor. The that Chriatian Patriot and Loyal Democrat or. Washington de pan Mablie that his name had been used in connection Irith the got Emo ship without his wish or Coa sent that the democracy Muat it Munt on him As a candidate for he should t be there. How was it with the Hon. Or. Holman is be Dezinc or not Beally we have for a the number of Dedi Tiona has so body Trolsen Down our memory. If he has not he certainly will for what a Ridge Morati Ove mor As they did last year with the great political event of the year thus far is the state election in new Ecamp hire Torday. In 1868, the be publican majority was nearly 7,000. But last year the election was so close that it was thrown into the legislature and a democratic governor was elected. Both parties Are Daiming a majority this year it while �1� Senate we a probably be a tie again. This conf Woit is Bra get about by the pen stent Folly of the Temperance and labor Reform in running tickets their own. Of course they cannot elect their candidates and hence they seem determined to follow the contemptible dog in the Manger style of preventing the Jjo Ople from making any election at All oat Side the legislature. Think of a Temperance party which can Muster Only a thousand votes trying to run a separate ticket in a state which polls seventy five thousand votes and think of be Pabli Caius deliberately supporting such a ticket thereby securing the election of a demo Niblack fears and or. Pauw object to of a it ant of inherent Worth tesness judge Holman certainly will not covet. Now comes the Hon. W. Voorhees otherwise known As the Quot tall i Canmore of the Wabash Quot which we take to be a High compliment and assures the bewildered democracy that he cannot think of staggering around under the Wrighty Honor of a gubernatorial a a Ion. Not that the honorable member from the sixth die. Strict loves the great City of Indianapolis but the Noble City of Terre haute More. Fotti Ftak a Quot perhaps also my love of Terre haute has its influence on this question. I never wish to make another Home As i would he required to do if elected it is needless to say that we heartily approve of this decision of or. Voorhees not to make Indianapolis his Home. Indianapolis is a very naughty City in Many re Peets. It is a place where democrate Are very liable to become immoral and to engage in the disastrous and wicked in Esa of heaping no paltry and in lawful gain by skinning their neighbor s cats. And then if we mistake not one of or. Voorhees s most noted fellow town Nen has nearly ruined himself and sadly injured the reputation of the fair Day of Terre Hante by changing his hem and Al lowing himself to patronize a most notorious Indianapolis cat Skinner to the extent of sundry Aad divers a Kitten pelts in the shape of num Arons Quot Mammoth erasers Quot Feather Dost Era Quot Quot spools of ted tape Quot Etc., Etc. Thek super Fladoos juvenile cat pelts were All bought at the expense of the state whereby much scandal was set on foot to the injury of her Nob a reputation. It is really a matter of rejoin no that or. Voorhees has decided not to risk his fur name by coming in Contact with the ungodly cat skinners of Lidi Anapolis. The fact is there Are so Many seductive temptations in Indianapolis that unless a Democrat has immense Back Bone and moral stamina like general Tom. Browne for example so that he is proof against All unholy allurements the Best thing he can do is to keep out of it. There is a Peca liar atmosphere there which Only be pub ii cans can be healthy under for they have now been there so Long they have Deconne acclimated. But somehow it Withers a Democrat just As a Alysan does a cabbage Leaf to live in Indianapolis. Quot be pet rally does he become demoralized if be attempts to carry the unnatural Burden of of amp Al dignity. We pro sume the pro ent state Printer and attorney general were formerly pious and exemplary men. But a sooner did they get some Little office which took Tom to Indianapolis than away they to what their final end will be on Lam they leave the capital soon we shudder to consider. Whether these numerous democratic declinations of gubernatorial honors Are induced by the reported unhealthy air about the governor s House or by the dreaded catastrophe of a dead horse at the end of the race we cannot say. But we Are sure they will All tend to the welfare of the state in some Way which welfare we presume will be enhanced just As Long As democrats continue to decline acting As governor. Out aiding the Temperance cause a Fig s Worth. The Beauly a Wisdom of such a Temperance policy we utterly fail to see. It strikes a that if the labor Reform Era Are really sincere in their attempts to Benefit the working men and protect them against the encroachments of capital they would secure More Public sympathy if they would not allow their fingers to be used by political schemers in pulling chestnuts from the fire and if they would not head their presidential ticket with two Quot bloated . A Consolation to know that she was going to a great and generous nation though unhappily England is not just now in its Quot Good books Quot he had been casting about to know what on Earth it was englishmen could have done to provoke hostility to our Kinsmen on the other Side of the Atlantic and All that he could disc ver was that some Fellows had built ship and some other Fellows had chartered snips and some How or other had been acts of piracy. Laughter but Tho americans a Tere a generous people a Little hot Tein Perez Verj sensitive and somewhat pugnacious laughter but still a gone Roua people. Cheers they were rather extravagant however in their demands for to had been calculating and he sound their claims upon us on the present occasion amounted to about As much As this country would sell for. Loud laughter slander. Twas but a Lisath and yet a woman s fair name is wilted. And friends once warm grow cold and stilted and life is worse than do Aib. On Veao Macd word. That struck its Caward poisoned blow. In Craven Whisner hushed Aad Low. And yet the wide world heard. 0ns whisper one that muttered Low for very shame. That thing the land arc dare not name of a an4 Yat its work was done. A hint so slight. And yet so Patent in Power a human soul in one Short hour. Lies crushed beneath its and libel suits. A successful life. In looking Over the dozen or More Eulo Gies upon or. John Colerick delivered by his associates at. The bar we were struck with the singular uniformity of their testimony to the rare purity and honorable Ness of his life and character. Indeed almost every speaker made this one topic the chief basis of his Eulogius. Bat this is Only another proof of the great fact too Little recognized that after All it not so much what a Man does As what he is that Calls Forth the respect and Confidence of his associates and causes a Community to really miss his departure. To be sure great Al Ity even when connected with an unworthy private life sometimes receives the tribute of a Public Monument. But after All the real Kwa act in society is made by the depart whose private life and the conference of the m. E. Church which was in session at Warenton Van a last week adopted the report of a special committee on the Huston scandal which required the presiding elder of the East Baltimore conference to make an Quot immediate and thorough investigation Quot of the whole matter. The Only Quot woe Quot connected with such offences is pronounced against him by whom the offence . A a real lady can always be told by her gloves and handkerchiefs. Philadelphia has Over one Hundred and fifty citizens who Are counted it is reported that the platform of the Connecticut democracy was prepared by the former Secretary of the Kavy Gideon Welles. A the following is said to be the form of oath in some Western county courts Quot bom my Swaty testy you Shagg Mukase now tril shabby truth no Thiu butty truth Sappy gob Washy a an Illinois youth has been wearing a Fine plaited shirt which opened on the Back Quot Hind Side before Quot for More than a year. He said he thought they had Laid out a Good Deal of work on that Back. A what is believe to be the most laconic address to the jury Quot on record was delivered by or. Montagoe Bere q. 0., at Bristol the other Day. The recorder summed up the Case in the following word Quot gentlemen of the jury which of the parties has spoken the a John g. Saxe is responsible for the following paraphrase from martial your nose and your eyes your father gave you your month your grandsire and your la other Meek tear line expression Tell me new i Pray where in the Nam of heaven you got your a Keef a a Pennsylvania editor returns thanks far a serenade and says Quot in Many localities this might be a thin Way of expressing one s appreciation of a favor of this kind hut Here where the Wells arc nearly All dry and the town is surrounded by a prohibitory Law two Miles wide nothing better can be a it is one of the severest tests of Friendship to Tell your Friend of his faults. If Yon Are angry at a Man or hate him it is not hard to go to him and Stab him with words but so to love a Man that you cannot Bear to see the stain of sin upon him and to speak painful truth through Loving words a that is Friendship. But few have such friends. Our enemies usually teach us what we Are at the Point of the Beecher. A a Good Story is told of an Engineer who runs a locomotive on the Western division of the Erie railway. The track runs through an Indian reservation in Cattaraugus county. Quot one Day a Squaw holding a Papoose in her arms was standing on the depot Steps at Salamanca. As the Engineer was drawing his train up to the station observing her he called Quot hello i have you got a Little injun there Quot Quot Quot so Quot said she Quot its half injun and half injun Eer i Quot foreign items. A count von Beust s downfall was owing to his dissolute life As he was declared to be the fastest Quot Man of note in Europe. A Louis Napoleon is said to be enamoured of a Young English lady of rank residing Fram the Baltimore Amer Saa. March 5th. Our neighbor of the Sun seems to be uneasy about the assertion of or. Huston that he has placed his Case Quot in the hands of an experienced lawyer who will doubtless take such Steps As the matter it Alfo Speaks of tie sensational character of the publications in some of the journals of this City. While we have no doubt that the american will be the Only paper in Baltimore if there should be any which will be sued for its publications with regard to or. Huston we protest against the charge of making Quot sensational publications Quot or to publishing anything that we do not conscientiously believe to be truth. We believe that a Public journal has duties to perform to the Community and especially to protect the lowly and Humble irom the assaults of the influential and powerful and that to perform this duty Stith Nuy it must run the risk of libel suits. The Ama Ichii is now in its ninety ninth year and it a Las yet to pay the first Dollar in any libel suit. The Cincinnati commercial in it it comments upon the charges against or. Huston say Eft he american the american is a newspaper of respectability and has not heretofore been distinguished for Sens atonal publications. As a Rule the matter that appears in its columns has been prepared with More consideration for its reliability than is the current fashion of the daily press. Undoubtedly the editor of tie american is entirely convinced of the guilt of or. Huston and reflects the prevalent opinion in Baltimore and he is a Man of sufficient experience to warrant the presumption that he knows the extreme Gravity of the possibility that he Ive assure the commercial and All other journals which have commented on our course in this Case that we have been in i fenced entirely by what we regard to be our duty As ram lists. Had or. Huston not fled without daring to face his principal accuser we should have asked for him an impart Ial hearing. But with no Law for his punishment and with no Check on his entering some other Community to prey upon Yot Ith and innocence we after due investigation proclaimed his guilt and stand prepared to prove it in any court of Justice. We do not ask the Sun to share in our responsibility and we Are sure no one in the Community will Char it with giving of Ense to or. Huston. It has been As supt Mely careful and cautious As if the subject was not one that excited the whole Community and As if the Ress had no duty to perform in sifting fact from Rumor. The Cincinnati commercial does the american injustice however when it adds Quot it must be apparent however to the readers of the american articles that they Are written under Strong feeling and that they Are highly coloured by an animosity not wholly growing out of indignation at the frightful crimes with which or. Huston stands we have no animosity to vent against or. Huston having Only known him Prev Loas to these disclosures As an eloquent and influential minister of a growing and prosperous Bench of the methodist Church. We did however know his principal victim almost from the Nisle and Felt impelled after listening to the sad Story of her wrongs to do All that Laid in our Power to Correct an erroneous Public opinion which was tending toward the discrediting of her testimony and the justification of the Man who had so systematically and infamously corrupted a helpless child. If the press should do its full duty in such cases much sorrow and suf Ferring would be prevented. If the letters we Are receiving from responsible gentlemen in the West Are reliable we still think that Sll the trouble that has occurred Here might have been avoided if the press had done full Justice to his career in Early life. We yesterday received three letters one from Richmond Kentucky another from Cincinnati and the third from Madison Ville Ohio All recounting similar offences charged against him at different places where he was located. The writers Send their names and ask the publication of their letters but we have concluded to withhold them for the present. On the ice. High schools of the state of new York in which Young men and women of Marriageable age have been educated together from time immemorial without the first Case of scandal. He recalls the scenes of his own College life at new Haven where the few lecture rooms that were shared with Young women were , with . ? noise and Rowdy ism than those irom which women were excluded. He visited Oberlin and was much pleased with the conduct of the two or three Hundred Young men and women whom he saw there in Tho Large dining Hall and this he considers a remarkably Good test of their civilization. He heard the cleanest clearest and Best Reading of Tacitus by a woman at Oberlin that he Ever heard which was evidence of a Clear Strong mind. At an Titch College and at the universities of Michigan Wisconsin Illinois the uniform testimony was that the women fully equalled the men in their attainments in the diff Erent branches. Professor Wood of civil engineering in the Michigan University has practice offering a prize for the solution of a problem in the higher mathematics for several years the problem has not been solved but this year it was solved by a woman. A gentleman who accompanied president White and who proposes to bestow $250,000 on Cornell University As a fund for the education of women thought the evidence showed that the women excelled the men in the Powers of acquirement but the president remarks that the Young women were singled out while the Young men were taken As they run. Several of the officers of the Western colleges Olio had commenced the education of the sexes with Many misgivings have become favourably impressed by the practical working of the system. Amount of sleep. Song Book glad tidings the Beautiful Sabbath school songbook with Tho above title has received Tho highest commendations tie one and in Dkl for Tours Cir. Compiled by l. O. Emerson amp l. B. Starkweather. I Rico in paper 30c., in boards 35c. Easter Anthem Christ our passover. Thomms co easter ii my morning Breaks. Cli Irke. 50 easter Christ the lord., Ivi Idon. 75 Golden Golden Golden Golden nos Golden j Olden Golden Golden a a Khuol song lie Golden no Golden Golden Price 50 cents. Golden Tho above books and pieces sent Post paid on receipt of retail prices. Oliver Ditson ico., Boston. Cuas. Ii. Ditson k co., new York. Lyon �1 Healy Chicago. Stomach bitters. Bratto those who think most require the most sleep. The time Quot saved Quot from necessary sleep is infallibly destructive to mind body and estate. Give yourself your children your All that Are under you the fullest amount of sleep they will take by compelling them to go to bed at some regular Early hour and to Rise in the morning the moment they Wake and within a fortnight nature with almost the regularity of the rising Sun will Loose the Bonds of sleep the moment enough re. Pose has been secured for the wants of the . This is the Only Safe and efficient Rule and As to the question How much sleep any one requires cach must be a Rule for himself great nature will never fail to write it out to the observer under the regulation just american. Dry Good a Man that skates on too thin ice will sooner or later Quot get his feet 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. We have i Quot Ive stores 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 no living we detest More especially in a merchant than Quot shoddy this habit of snubbing people Bec use they do not dress in Silks meets with no sympathy from us. We said a year ago and Reiter ate it makes t if crockery. Ake endorsed and prescribed by More leading physicians Thna any other stimulant now in use. They Are a sure cheap store. Croci cry Pilasa a be Esware Clirina and fancy goods table Conery Silver plated and Britannia castors i it amps and Here is a Little bit of humor which we find copied in one of our exchanges Quot Marie Ann went to the front door last evening to Aee if the paper had come. She had been delivering a Short address to me concerning what she pleased to term my Quot cold molasses style Quot of moving around. As she had opened the door she remarked Quot i like to see a body move quickly prompt emphatic Quot a that was All but i heard gome one bumping Down the Steps in a most prompt and emphatic manner and i reached the door just in time to see my better half sliding across the sidewalk in a sitting posture. I suggested As she limped Back to the door that there might be such a thing As too much celerity but she did not seem inclined to carry on the conversation and i started for my office. Quot eight in front of me on the Slippery sidewalk strode two Independent knights of St. Crispin. They were talking Over their plans for the future and As i overtook them i heard one of them say have Only my two hands to depend on but that in Fortune enough for any Man who is not afraid to work. I intend to paddle my own Canoe. I believe i can make my own Way through the world his feet Slid out from under him and he came Down in the shape of a big v. Told him he could never make his Way through the world in that direction in he came Down harder and that if he did he would come through among the Heathen Chinee Quot and was really grateful for the interest i manifested. He invited me to a place where ice never forms on the sidewalk. Quot then i Slid behind a Loving couple on their Way to hear Madame Anna Bishop. Their hands were Frozen together. Their hearts beat As one. Said he i shall think nothing of hard work if i can make you Happy. It shall be my Only aim to surround you with Comfort. My sympathy shall lighten every sorrow and through the path of life i will be your stay and an port your he stopped. Bis speech was too flowery for this climate and As i passed on she was trying to lift him up. A two lawyers coming from the court House next attracted my attention. A said one judge Foster would Rule that Cli Andiliere Etc. We Wesh to Call the attention of our customers to our very liar grand will a elected Stock fancy Ware. Consisting of All kinds of Able Mats. Knife baskets Swiss carved salad sets Swiss carved bread trays i Villi mottoes China moustache cups motto cups mugs China persian Marble and Bohemian so vases Ava smoking set Hatch safes fancy Ash boxes Ink stands toilet sets Finger bowls fish a lobes. Bird cages Oval and round Glass Globe i looking glasses Dee. ., All of which will be sold cheap. Tery arge Stock of. China toys tool numerous too mention student s i it amps $6.00 chandeliers. 5.00 Excelsior Stone foot warmer 7a cents and $1. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere at Tresselt amp both 69 e.4.St coi Ambia St foot Watne. Groceries. On the Corner of near Chue Hurst and Eugenie is proper we a a a Tiona Tely jealous. To. We must con let the two first Points. A re of him a Jenny Lind Goldsmith has frequently Sung at private assemblies in Florence this Winter. Her temporary Home is in that delightful City. A George Augustus Sela is undoubtedly the most picturesque writer of the present Day. He commenced his Carcer a an artist but like Thackeray he soon gave up his Pencil for the pen. A general Schenck the american minis ter in London gives most delightful saturday evening receptions at his residence in Cumberland-St., and his entertainments Are always on the most Liberal plan and Are attended by the fashionable and nobility. A St. George s Hall Liverpool the finest modern building in Europe was commenced in 1841. The extreme Leng of the building is 600 feet and the Eastern portico com posed of sixteen corinthian columns 4ifeet High is approached by a flight of Steps 200 feet in length. The Hall was opened on the 18th of september 18m. His moving for gains us in the third but on this position we must take our firn stand and time waa up and i left him Movin new trial. Quot i mused. What a lesson the ice teaches us. How easily is humanity controlled by circumstances and the attraction of citation. What a Sermon might be a i got up and took the Middle of the Street to prevent further co education of the sexes. From the Oneida circular. President White of Cornell University who has heretofore Given considerable attention to. The Ault of coeducation of the sex Ike lately been visiting nearly All the colleges and universities in the country where the Experiment has been tried and has closed Hia tour of observation fully co affirmed in the belief that the system Mav be adopted with safety and with a main amp Harrison its Dodez amp Rockhill Are opening a Large new Stock o f groceries new goods Are received daily we keep the Best apples potatoes and vegetables of All kinds read also our Oill of fare. Canned fruits of All kinds a general assortment of Crosso amp Blackwell s Pickels. Lea amp Perrin a worst Resherie sauce Raspberry Jamb. Finest teas in Tho City. Burnette a Flavouring extracts. Kew raisins Alimonds Citron extra Fine. Wilde amp son s ground spices warranted pure. J. B. Hostin s Boneless sardines. Truly italian Macaroni and Verma Cilli. New Tork state factory cheese Maltby a oysters always on hand. Fine table syrup. Nuts of All kinds. Pure cider Vinega. Cranberries by the quart or Bushel. Celery. Uejima Karel. Lao. B a a cod fish. No place like the Corner of main amp Harrison its for Choice preventive for fever and a be intermittent Billious Ness and All disorders arising from Miasmatic causes. They Are he Orbly recommended As an anti dyspeptic and in i cases of indigestion Are invaluable As an Appetiser and re cup rant and in cases of general debility they have never in a Diuble instance failed in producing the most Happy results. They Are particularly beneficial to females str nothing Tho body invigorating the mind and giving tone and elasticity to Tho whole system. Tho Home bitters Are compounded with Tho greatest care and no mutant has Ever Ocen offered to the Public. So ple Sant to the taste and at Tho same time combining to Many remedial agents endorsed by Tho medical fraternity As the Best known to Tho pharmacopoeia. It costs but Little to give them a fair trial and Ever family a bold have a bottle we ask every one to read the following certificates from Many of the most eminent physicians in the country Chicago sept. 29,1870. This certifies that i have received from messes. James a. Jackson amp co., Tho formula for the preparation of their Quot Homo stomach bitters Quot and the same to be a pure alcoholic preparation containing no injurious additions or impurities but on Tho contrary a very Superior combination of such ingredients Asar. In constant use by the medical profession and regarded As eminently curative and remedial. I have also received and examined chemically a Sample of the Homo stomach bitters and find the same to be in accordance with the formula above described being a Superior article of stomach bitters. G. A. A Bisk analytical chemist lil Dearborn St. Chicago. Sept. 29, Sisro. Jas. A. Jackson amp reply to your note of this Date i w9�t3state Fiat i be known in ji._4 a Mariner As a chemistroom42-5 es�r8. And that i have the most unlimited Confidence in his integrity and Enteria i the highest opinion of Bis accuracy and ability As a chemist. Respectful or yours Jas. V. Z. Blazev prof of chemistry in Rush medical Al allege. Chicago sept. 30, 1870. J. L. Smith Esq. We have examined Tho formula for Tho celebrated stomach bitters and find it to be composed of articles that Are considered the Best tonics used by the medical profession and one of the Best bitters we know of now in use. Very respectfully h. S. A the. M. D., b. Mcvicar m. A. J. B. Walker m. I it. G. A. Mariner Norman s. Barnes m. Chicago sept. 30, 1870. a. Jackson amp from a careful examination of your bitters and the formula from which they Are manufactured we Are satisfied that they Are equal if not Superior to any other bitters now in the Market. Yours respectfully t. S. Hoyne r. Ludlam m. Its and clares Cotton 5c a spool Foster Brothers co new York pity store. 94 Columbia Street St. Louis. July 1870. James Jackson amp As you have to the medical profession 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 scythe combination is one of rare All the articles used in its cont position Are Tho Best of the class to which they belong being highly tonic stimulant Stoma ii a Carmina Tivo and slightly laxative the Quot Mode of preparing them is strictly in Acci. Ince with Tho rules of pharmacy. Having used them seen its effect in our private practice to take pleasure in recommending them to All persons desirous of using bitters As Tho Best tonic and stimulant now offered to the Public. L. Boi Liniere. . F. Porter m. Alfred Peacock. M. D., 0. Gerike m. Drake Mcdowell . A. Ware. M. J. Whitehill m. E. A. Clarke m. Or c. V. F. Ludwig s. G. Moses. M. W. A. , d. Hubert Primm. Jucs a. Jackson amp co havin 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 which Wreen i to painted. From the great Caro what which they Are compounded and from Tho Choice materials which enter into them we have no doubt that they Well prove As they de Tervo to be the most popular tonic and stimulant in use. Respect fall yours. J. Vastine m. D., t. G. Comstock. M. we che really concur with every word contained in the above testimonial. .1. Conielmar., m. S. Hartman Ltd a. 1. Chas. Vat tide a. J. , m. 1. W. S. Wilkoc . . Franklin i scion Ati. Oct. 19, in. Pcs. W. B. Kennedy amp co., agents a uni bitters Quot a gents agreeable to your Roque i la i have examined the formula of the bitters Quot an find the remedies it Cottain Tsueh As Are in general use by medic Alt loft fusion. They Are very scientifically of bind and m stimulating tonics will be of and e specially adapted As Corro brants to the Irea Tacti of Low or debilitated stages of the Lyates whether arising from impaired digest Ion or from Valarious diseases. Or. .1.1/ Quot Matt Cert l. A. James. M. R. S. H . Chemist. T. Simpson m. W. X. . M. S. P. Bonner m. J. .1. Ouinn. M. L. S. Muscroft m. J. U Buckner m. G. W. Bigler. M. A a ,.g. A.dougherty. 4 or Sale by All dry ifs Sta and Cir occurs _415 Day tap. want of it the and Linch and poor alike will receive in the future As they have in the past the same courteous treatment it our hands. Quot we shall be 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 tie people and our sales that ire now equal to and other two stores combined show that the people have Faith Lii believe in a Gressitt War. Tie Roll owing prices will the Spring Battle in carpets and dry goods. Good cottage carpels 2oc, 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 eods 9bc a dozen and upwards. Floor Oil cloths All widths very cheap. 3-4, 4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 Cane and Cocoa matting . Also immense lots of drug gets velvet Mats Crumb cloth rugs out door Mats amp a. The above carpets were contracted for before the big Advance in prices and As our 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. Fou Sale Obj a Eis tire Stock of Merrimack Cocheco Pacific and Sprague prints at 9 Aud 10c a Yard. Also great bargains in alpacas notion . W. Oakley a son dealers in foreign and Domestic saddlery and Carriage trim mugs &c., 79 Coltom Biju Street foot Wayfe. . 1872. Noti Oire fort wayne7�nd. 1872. now off i de to tie Trade at a. S. Evans amp co s 33 and 35 Clinton and 41 main set. Importers and dealers in dry and notions Are in dues goods we Are Selling muslims and she in egg at than the wholesale prices in new York Yard wide English prints at 12c, Worth 25c. Furs shawls and All Quot Winter goods at than Cost. Groceries. Ferdinand f. Boltz dealer in groceries provisions oysters it canned goods fruits or kinds in Texeir season isto. 8s St. Miscellaneous. The Best Eoll 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. Sugars. Crushed granulated and powdered 14c Standard a not a 12ic other sugars in proportion. Canned 600cs. All Standard packers no Slop goods. Tomatoes 2 lbs 18c 3 a 25c peaches 2 Quot 20c Quot 3 a 30c Mcmurray s sugar Coin 30c Pine apples 30c blackberries 20c canned Salmon 1 la 30c 2 Quot 50c Green peas 2 Quot 25c Coffee. Good Eio 28c Choice Rio 2oc Ceylon 28c Java 30c o. G. Java guaranteed 35c teas. The Best in the Market japans 90c. $1 to $1.20. Is 51.10 to $1.36. Young Hyson $1, $1.25, $150. Best $1.60 just remember that Yoa can t buy the Best Young Hyson at $1.25 when import is charge from $1.25 to $1.40 for those Grade. Aut i can sell 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 in inert goods. Emt Closse out m extraordinary Good bargains at j. In. I e k to s. Bce he Walie to the inter hts of oar Cai Tomera we Market ahead of the late heavy Advance la Cotton and wools and Are sow recent Long St Sookis Whitt to offer at great Bardna. Orders solicited which win he Carelly and prom if filled. Buy the tens pics 3-ook/3d Wol Jaesub. Oboe by the lest to Huestis 4.83 and 85 Columbia Street we Call the attention of the tirade to on immune . 1,000 sacks. Bio us Mayra Maracaibo o. G. Jata. Singa Paie ground and boasted Hunnel a Ese enee amp a. Miscellaneous. Ten car Load o assorted wooden Ware starch Vin Jar shot Tea cans canned Fruita Anta d o and rope pish spices amp a. Tobacco. The largest Stock in the West. Dark Sweet plug of All styles Bright Hng Fine cat and smoking Gars at manufacturer s prices. We Are the sole proprietors of the Cele rated Quot Anthony Wayne tobaccos we Are Selling our entire fall and Winter 9it<vck of dress and goods regardless of Howla. So gaunt 7500 barrels Cut loaf crashed powdered Gnu lated a. Sugar b. Sugar sex. 0. Sugar a. B. And sex. C., c. Tebow new Orleans deme Rara Porto Bio Caha coax Ifield mobcotada.s7bups and molasses 1,000 barrels. White Silver drip. Golden drips Crystal Amber new Orleans molasses . 500 half Chest. Young Hyana Hyson Imperial Oon powder Oblong Sokchong Japan attention is invited to candies of our own Manu factors which Are All we Kintje Ewe duplicate new York prices with the addition Only of freight All orders promptly and Faith my filled. Sexist a Iron Cik Culas William Lyne flori8t, la prepared to fill or jars for Ull kinds of greenhouse amp Sullmer be j Ding plants such a Gera Rivais Fitch Isamii Verbena a , Etc. Also vase. Gak Bex and Basket plants wholesale and retail. Bridal and other parties furnished with. Bouquets and Cut Flowers. Every attention will be shown to visitors. Greenhouses Comer of Brackenridge and Webster-stf., fort Wayne Indiana. Spring catalogue will be issued about the 1st of april and can to obtained at the Green Hou a or mailed free to All applicants. Rusli Einbeck the i Ace at j. Acre. Millinery headquarter. To printers. Carriages garrai6e factory and warehouse Morth of Cathedral no. 11 East Jefferson St. We Are prepared to make Fine carriages. Spring wagons omnibuses Street cars carpets. , feb. M to j. Stibor me cougars. Tell your customers there is no Advance As yet in dry <kh>i1&extba0bdii�za�� inducements immense Sao Ripich in White goods a tie Gazette company Olier for Sale a Quarto medium Globe jobbing press Wahleta Bas been in use but a Short time. Some new features have been introduced in in i if in it better than when new we offer this press Fiir Sale Tery cheap. Address or inquire at Gazette once. Fort Wayne and every kind Ofa vehicle of the Best material finest and most durable styles and for the lowest prices. We Hare skillful Workman employed and can duplicate the styles and prices of Eastern Mana factories. The Public is invited to examine on work. Carpets but there will be the 1st of March of from 5 to 10c a Yard. Thu will Only be on Recabar goods Oddy it not Subj a it to any Daranee As there is no demand for the article. Yoa have a Niez lot of carpets on the Way. Tell your Ous Tomera to buy new. Ice to new York at 2 o Loek. We will offer for the next 30 Days our entire Stock of dress Quot goods guns shawls furs and goods at than Cost. Leg amp it Irish Poppins $1.25 Worth $1.75. Fiuk dress velours $1.25, Worth $1.50 Aad $1.75. Quot Irish Poppins 28 inches wide $1.50, Worth $2.00. Best qualities of sat teens 75 cents. Good a Quot a com it. All fancy dress goods led Aeed one half in 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 proportion. Our elegant Stock of Astrachan cloaks marked Down to $25.0 it Tirb our $75.00 Mink Seto reduced to $50.00. Our $60.00 Mink sets reduced to $40.00. On $50.00 blink sets reduced to $35.00. Cheaper frs in like proportion. We Wio Daw Mai my attire a tack of shawls at Tui a St Olill Lofy Cassis reduced Tamm than half . Of Etc cd a

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