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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The for Wayne daily Gazette wednesday Moening. March 13. 18t2. Pc. N. Y. S. Pc Root dust to dust. And company 90 Columba Street. Will offer this week a Fuu and Complete line Cotton Sheet ingus Linen sheeting Pillow casings elegant table linens German look Daj casks Tow Elings. French toilet quilts Honet bomb quilts napkins and dollies. Also will continue to sell their Stoa Lotof extra heavy Toft finish Amily linens auth same Low Price past week Viz one lot 37 l-2o per Yard by the piece. One lot 44c per Yard by the piece. One lot 55o per Yard by the piece. One lot 62 per Yard by the piece. They also invite attention to a Large import a lion eak Bitzig Ekiso Debies. In Choice patterns at 10c. 12hc. 25c per Yard and upward. The last sad bites performed to the late Hon. John Olerick. His funeral yesterday imposing ceremonies at the cathedrals eloquent remarks fathers Benoit and tie i it Arkmo Faai Erali Ever i themed la tort Wayne. éui., &c., 4o. They will Tyso open Thia week Oyer 800 pieces Qew and Choice White a Ood Fei in Pitres. Plain and Strim Nain Sooks. Victoria lawns. India Mali by , a dotted swi8ser.8oft finish wait goods she ratings Dimitres Etc., Etez a great redaction from last rear s prices. New bup Pungs new fillings new laces new fancy ties new style collars new style h do is. Just opened a fall a sort ment our popular Brand the horse Black a palais retailed us for the last ten years with great Success. We still so a them at old Price. Sow 0>enink, a Fresoli lot our celebrated Quot Perinot Quot kid gloves. In Choice Spring color ints in both one and two in thou. Prices for one Button Olores. 85 Price for two butt m Olores. 2 25 new Spring Points new Bench chint2�s, new Pec ales with oar Asuat Lares and Well assorted Stock Oonie tic oodles Boot company s Evgr cd a a do Horae the cwt Ali Tere 99 cd in Boot company s Evgr cd a a do Horae the cwt Ali Tere 99 cd in Iati 1 a jetty. S.ilxob88. A City editor. Weds sat. Masch is. 1873. The City in Brief. A the eagles Hare concluded to give up the ghost. A the i cab at the Council chamber was crowded list night. A the Sty assessor rates the Mayer Hoase property m Worth $26,000. A the Wabash passenger trains have a a Een filled during the past few Days. A Nie Gazette Slaats Zeu ung and Volk fund had reporters at the meeting last night. �?thet., w. By. Co. Will soon have a Large number new freight cars. To accommodate its increasing business. A me sri. Freeman amp Barmett Are in Hopes to have their paper Mill running by the last next week. The machinery is All in. A the new Street car no. 7, has been placed the line. It is the same pattern As the others and will rut. Only in Oal Hoan St. A none the courts were in session yesterday. The common pleas court and criminal court w31 Convene at 9 clock . A the third annual state convention the Young men s Christian association a Hia will Convene at the Hall the y. M. C. A., at Indianapolis uie 26th inst. A our merchants Are returning from new Yok. A Large Stock goods All kinds will be Ofiu red for it Jie Spring Trade. C. Otis amp co. Are out with their announcement Spring goods. Let other follow. Never was there a More solemn imposing tribute paid to the memory any one than yesterday afternoon the Occa Aion the funeral services the late Hon John Colerick. At 1 clock the members the bar assembled at the court House the sadness which appeared each countenance showing but too Well the genuine sorrow which filled every heart. Nearly every member the fort Wayne bar Wolg present and they proceeded in a body foot to the late residence . Cole Rick. No. 88 East Berry Street. A Large number friends had already assembled and As Colerick s late Assoc later passed in one by one and took a last look at the emaciated yet familiar features him whose loss they mourned there was scarcely a dry Eye in a House. One by one the members the family took their last leave the body the scene being affecting in the highest degree. The body was enclosed in an elegant burial Case and was borne from the House to the Hearse by the following pall bearers judge w. Carson judge j. A. Fay judge John Morris judge Joseph Brackenridge col r. 8. Robertson and m. V. B. Spencer Esq. The procession then took up its melancholy March to the Cathedral proceeding East Berry Street to Calhoun and South Calhoun to the holy Temple. The streets were lined with people and the Bells in the Cathedral and the court House tolled responsively at intervals requiem to the dead. The immense Ca thedral was crowded in every part All classes society having come Forth to do Honor to the memory one nature s Noble men. High mass was then celebrated in a very impressive manner and the solemn burial service the Church was chanted. Bev. Father Steiner Huntington then spoke briefly and somewhat As Fol lows highly respected and borrowing frieds the lengthy funeral procession that was just wending its Way to this sacred place worship the vast Assembly which now fills the Halls this great Cathedral the intelligence and learning so largely represented Here attest to me sufficiently that John Colerick to whom we Are paying the last tribute love ind affection was not Only a Man intelligence learning and Genius but one Honor purity and manliness a dear Friend a filial son a Dutiful brother loved and admired by thousands far and near. The eulogies which have been pronounced by. Those who knew him Well both in Public and private life have eloquently told his Noble qualities and this ocasion for me to say anything his merits a imply preposterous. I will leave it the other lips than mine to him who knew and loved him when a child who first imprinted the Cross the sign salvation upon his brow and administer the holy sacrament in prism. I leave it to father Benoit to speak these things. It is frequently the Case at funerals that those who assembled to pay the last tributes love and esteem return Home having heard the Sermon and there is an end it. The occurrence makes no effect Hill daily life it is like seed dropped by the Wayside and carried off by fowls bearing no fruit. And yet my beloved friends the funeral procession going to the House Ood is in itself the most eloquent Sermon to those who heed it who listen to the solemn voice speaking from the other Side the grave a source Hope and Consolation concern in the future which awaits a us. Quot while life and health Are coursing though our vein8,we Are reckless and Seldom think that solemn moment which comes alike to the Learned and the illiterate the Rich and the poor when All our most sacred ties Are rudely severed our earthly career ended and we Are called before the most High judge to Render an account our career. We Are very careful about tem poral afi Kirs about loaning Money buying land we look anxiously to see that our ventures be promising and our investments Safe but in the great matters life and death we Are singularly careless. Beli troubles us but Little. We believe it is All right and Good All Church Are alike sincere but we do not apply its precepts to our daily lives. We should make Quot to in welfare our souls the first consideration and All other thin Seconda Naoi nent. We must All die one Day. This is indisputable we daily see evidences it. I see some before me who Are marked by the snows Many Winter and god most soon cd for them. Others Are full life and youth and Hope but god May snatch them at any moment As in the present Case ? How May we fare in that solemn moment when we Are taken before the threat judge How can we plead own Case. Let us then live More carefully strive after the truth and god who is truth and when our time comes we May. Pass calmly through the dark Valley and tiie struggles death to find ourselves wearing Crown glory in heaven forevermore father Benoit then spoke Bri a Al though he was nearly overcome by Emo tion. He said beloved Brethren looking Over this vast Cobar action to a a few words in Praise the dear Friend who now lies cold in character and undoubted integrity a consistent member the Wayne Street m. E. Church this City whose entire life has been exemplary upright and honorable therefore death for him had no dread and peacefully he met it and calmly resigned himself to its mandate. His painful suffering his Placid bearing his astonishing endurance his resignation to the Insch table will god Are calculated to make a deep and lasting impression. Many business schemes he had under contemplation and had made extensive purchases realty in the far Avest which had he lived would with his keen business sagacity undoubtedly have proved eminently successful. When our mind recurs to Many pleasant seasons conversation with him in which Well matured plans were Laid for his anticipated Bright future and when we reflect that cold relentless death has stepped in to thwart All these aspiring Hopes we Are reminded that death is the ultimate Boundary All human Quot Iford Ultima Linea Reni i Eft a the no a Iua a Ziro All our projects and views As ther affect our terrestrial Sentinel. The . Eakin will be held at the Wayne Street methodist Church thursday at 10 clock a. M. Services by the Rev. H. N. Barnes. The friends the family and deceased Are invited to attend without further notice. Win Eva car Milf 7. Atone Timenes today Motet Liaa amp it persons were Eagn ted in front by g. Winer s drug store intently Wadi log the Reron tiow and Canning manbeavers the by by steam Ragine which is placed in the front window and which runs with the same rarity and in the same Maimer that a Laige ten horse Power engine does. It is x Cor Dodty indeed and one which May Well attract the attention the curious. A spirit lamp famished efficient heat to Bik steam Erin Ohto run Theen pne Wahidi carries with it a dozen different Machina. At the same time water is pumped into. The Bouer and All the machinery does in work with wonderful exactness. To one should pass this store without St Ping examine Thia engine and also the soda Fountain within. The City co Noni. Regular session last eventing the Saginaw Railroad question. Hogs and Slaughter houses the Swine can stay but the Slaughter houses must go. Tobacco. An account its earliest use Quot by smoking the Best manufacturers the Linest brands cigars and where to find them in fort Wayne. How a to. To use a. The Weed. The smoking tobacco is not Only the most genial but the most ancient Mode using the Plant. From the first this has been done by rolling the tobacco for smoking into cylindrical form the shreds the Leaf being divested fibres and stems acid enveloped tightly in a single Leaf acute at one end truncated at the other. This is what we now Call a Cigar and has become the most extensive As Well As pleasing method using the Weed. As Early when Columbus landed in the Island Hispaniola his scouts reported that in their explorations they saw the natives smoking a Plant in the above form Quot the perfume which w.a8 fragrant and grateful Quot who also used it in their religious ceremonies believing the Aroma to be More acceptable to the divinity than any other incense. The spaniards acquired a knowledge its Virtues and their return Home introduced it into Spain and Portugal since which time its use has become More extensive among All nations. As the Best tobacco is now As former grown in Cuba where the spaniards first found it so attractive to their senses taste and smell so also the Best cigars Are made that Island. Previous to 1820 the manufacture was a government monopoly but since that period the Trade has opened but so great is the demand that very Little Competition exists among the manufactures. The House Oil Anas has been for Many years at the head the Trade and cigars bearing their Brand invariably command the highest prices �200 per 1000 being paid for them in Havana so great however has the manufacture tobacco inferior Quality become that it is quite As much an Art to Tell what is a genuine 1x x Havana cigars As to manufacture them. There Are however persons trained like the wine and Tea tasters whose bus iness it is to select cigars the Brand wanted. A merchant securing the services such persons is sure to get what he wants and for this reason it makes it desirable to Purchase cigars where such Means have been used to get genuine cigars the brands sold. Or. H. G. Wagner who has gone Exten sively into a wholesale and retail Trade and whose extensive Saleroom is filled with the Best drugs medicines oils notions and soda Fountain has also become a Large dealer in tobacco and Fine cigars. On his shelves will be found the genuine Havana brands for he offers Noth ing for Havana which is not genuine Here also will be found american German Visayas Luzon and Manila made cigars from the finest tobacco and All prices. Or. Wagner s cigars Are certainly Worth testing and smokers it. Wayne and Vicinity those who enjoy Quot the perfume a fragrant and grateful Cigar one which smokes easily Bumes squarely and emits a Rich Aroma should Call for a Sam pie Cigar while examining his Beautiful soda Fountain artistic design. Debak amp Edh in. A Man front Hartford City suddenly cd a Crummy while stopping it to Bona. Doit Felicity treat my a Btu Nazihi wife tour called in. Yeat Eidis after Peon about half past four clock a woman called policeman Bochmon to go to her House and Forrest her. Husband who she claimed had attempted to shoot her. The officer went to the Hoose a tto ated in West Jefferson Street Between it Battec and Ewing arrested the mayan took he to the lock up. The Man s name is John Kantz. On reporter last evening asked him the cause the difficulty when he pro Puy answered he said that he and his wife got a Quot Little fall Quot at an Irish christening a few evening a ago and have been somewhat Quot Normd Quot Ever since. They have been Narr fld cig to years and Havo it Ever lived Jiffy Faytha. Be thinks that it is a Hia Edby Yankee and she a Irish Wom i and that they both lot whisky. Kiwi is a Cooper by Trade and has Only been in fort Wayne rinse the 12th last june. Death before us the scene presented to a affecting and it is we speak. What could our dear departed Friend for his eminent talents the gift god. Which he industriously improved. We Admire the Brilliant name acquired in so Short Ai time but alas How transitory and How soon to fade away. What i admired in him most was his filial a amp Kation every wish his Mother he considered an order and religiously complied with it. Several times i visited him at his bedside and witnessed a most att Ordinary scene. I saw the deep Quot seated affection every member that family for his Mother Wuch i have never seen equalled. The Mother that can command such affection and love cannot be a common order but one solid Worth. What i Praise most in our dear Friend was his scrupulous preservation his personal purity which was never sullied during his whole existence. 0 All his Many Noble qualities this will no doubt be the brightest Star in his heavenly Crown. Father Benoit s eyes were filled with tears and his voice choked with emotion while speaking and when he concluded the vast audience seemed deeply affected. The exercises having been concluded the body was followed to its last resting place in Lindenwood cemetery by a Long procession in which were 8cventy five marriages. It was placed in a vault and the friends and members sorrowfully left the place and returned to the City. There was never a larger outpouring at a funeral in this City than yesterday which is a Good illustration the love and esteem in which John Colerick was held by All who knew him. A Otke a old a Liwen gone. J. Stewart Eakin an old and respected citizen fort Wayne died at his residence no. 144 West Wayne-St., this morn ing at 1 clock consumption at tha age 45 years 6 months and 12 Days. We were not unprepared for this sad intelligence it was an event that has been Rozmily foreshadowed by a Long suffering and remarkably patient sickness. The deceased has been a life Long resident fort Wayne and identified with its business interests for Many years and will be remembered As a member the firm a Eakin produce and commission merchants Columbia St. Or. Eakin was a gentleman great Brce last saturday evening a gentleman arrived in this City and registered at the Mayer House. Upon going into supper his appearance and remarks were very singular and since that time he has become wholly demented. Yesterday detective a. F. Kyle found him lying Down and took him to the county jail. He had at the time $160 in his po8�ssion and also a loaded revolver. This gentleman s name is j. E. Irvin and he is a lumber dealer residing in Hartford City. One week ago last monday . Irvin left his Home and went to Saginaw to Purchase goods. Having accomplished his errand he came to this City his Way Back . Irvin is one the leading citizens Hartford City and is highly respected by All who know him. He is Only about 32 years age and has never exhibited any signs insanity before although we understand Liat it is hereditary in his family. Yesterday . Semson Hartford City together with . Irvin s partner and wife came to this City and will take him Home this afternoon s train. It is to be hoped that his derangement May prove temporary. City Peeso Hals. 3ir. Joseph Black returned yesterday from new York where he has been for the past three weeks. Or. Black has purchased a larger and finer Stock goods than Ever before and Avill soon be ready for a grand opening. Or. J. A Overly who has Lieen in the City for the past two Days for the purpose putting up Wagner s new soda Fountain left last evening. Or. Overly is a very accomplished machinist and an affable and courteous gentleman. Quite a number prominent gentlemen were in the lobby last evening at the meeting the City Council among whom were B. Loomis Esq., president the fort Wayne Jackson amp Saginaw by. Worthington Esq., superintendent the fort Wayne Muncie amp Cincinnati by. The Hon. J. K. Edgerton John h. Bass Esq., and others. Pickles 8c per dozen at to Wen Beds Corner Barr and Fayno St is oranges 25 cents a dozen at w. Branden Birg a 116 Calhoun St a Nice lot Cine Onati sugar cured hams at 12> per la at Bowen Beds. Corner Barr and Wayne St. The City Council met last evening in regular session at City Hall. Present his Honor mayor Bandall and messes. , Bull Carier Desaer Goshorn Hogan Morgan Schopf Stoll Shryock Tremmel Teghtmeyer under Bill Wilsons and Tower. Absent s. T. Hanna. Minutes. The minutes the last meeting were read and adopted. Rem oils. Were ire enter and acted As follows f. Upmeyer prayed for reduction an erroneous assessment which was granted. The officers Eagle fire com Pany number 4, reported that at a late meeting the company had been disbanded by More than a two thirds vote and prayed that the Council take some action in reference to the disposition the engine fixtures Etc. Of said eagles company the custody which they resign. The resignation was accepted. George j. E. Mayer prayed for a. Reduction the assessment the Mayer House. Referred to the finance committee. The property owners High Street petitioned that an ordinance be passed to build Plank sidewalks both sides that Street from Well s Street West to St. Mary s Avenue. Granted. The communications the hons. J. K. Edgerton and w. A. Howard respecting the grand rapids Railroad Bonds were presented and referred to the committee finance. They have been heretofore printed. Precepts. Several affidavits contractors against property owners were submitted and precepts were ordered issued. Estimates. First estimates were allowed in favor Charles Street Mather for grading and planking sidewalks Cass Street from Wells Street to the it. J. Amp s. Track. Be posts. The City treasurer John a. Droegemeyer Esq., submitted his report no. 0 for the month january 1872, approved by the i finance committee to whom it had been referred. Accepted. The committee the fire department submitted the following report your committee to whom was referred the petition various parties asking permission to form a Hook and ladder company in the eighth Ward have had the same under consideration and beg leave to report adversely thereto. If said company is formed it will necessitate the Purchase a lot and the erection buildings and thus incur expense. This is our reason for reporting As above. Signed l. Dessauer j. Bull. Or. Bradway slated that a fire company was needed in the East end very badly that a House could be put one . The school lots and the Alert truck would soon be out use and could reasonably be granted to this company. Or. Dessauer stated that the estimated Exi Ense would be �$3,000, and that the City would Soan Purchase another Steamer and could not Fibre these outlays. The report was concurred in. The Saginaw Railroad. B. Loomis Esq., president the fort Wayne Jackson amp Saginaw Railroad appeared to make some explanations concerning the lands granted to that company by the City located North the St. Mary s River. He said that i was originally desired by the City to have the Road run in the Bloomingdale Side and that it was impossible to get depot grounds at any other place. The City granted 20 acres in Bloomingdale to the company for warehouse and depot grounds and they have complied with the conditions. There can be no grounds for charges against the company. Their buildings though not extensive have proved very advantageous to the City and have increased the Price real estate in their Vicinity. Some the councilmen seem to think that the Road owns shops in Jackson. The Road owns no shops anywhere and got its work done in fort Wayne As Long As possible. Or. Dalton president the it. W., m. Amp c. By., desires to spend $25,000 in building shops these grounds and will do so As soon As the title is secured. If the subscribers to the Saginaw Road living in Bloomingdale would pay up this Money would be added to . Dalton s capital and Large shops would be built. The Jackson company is poor and unable to build shops at present but the Muncie company u Rich and will build Laige shops As soon As possible. Fort Wayne is the largest City the line the Road and the interests the two Are identical. This City is the Best place fer the shops and has been designated As their location. Or. Carier asked if the shops would be built at once if the title were secured and . Loomis replied that work would begin immediately in that Case. Lumber is now being got out for that purpose. Or. Worthington superintendent the it. M. Amp c. By., stated that at the time the Council granted Liat company a a Jolo in Bonds plans were made and material ordered. It was found however that the work could be done much cheaper in the Spring and a delay was also caused by the uncertainty As to the title the land. Contracts were made for $10,000 Worth machinery and As soon As the land is secured f30,000 will be expended. The company is anxious to get to work As soon As possible and must locate its shops at once either in fort Wayne some where else. He stated that All the work required by the company would be done at this Point. Or. Carier called for the Reading the report made by him at the last meeting which was done. Or. Shryock asked . Loomis if the shops his company now he built these grounds ultimately. Or. In mimis replied that additions would probably be made to the Muncie shops. Fort Wayne being the great Central Point Between the Ohio River and the Straib Mackinaw. The shops will probably be More extensive than dreamed by any Pierson. The City fort Wayne a the largest Stock Holder in the Road and has several directors . Bass . Rudisill . Baker . A. P. Edgerton and . S. C. Evans. Or. Under Bill feared that the shops would not be built and objected to giving the company a quit claim at present. Or. Tower advocated securing the title the land to the company. On motion . Tower seconded by . Bradway the vote the Council at its last meeting this question was reconsidered and the report . Car made at that meeting came up for action. Or. Wilson a Frimml he land had Al ready been Given away in right and could not be taken Back. The shops will be incalculable Benefit to the City and the agreement should be kept in Good Faith. Or. Shryock opposed giving the land the Kosid bound itself to build Sii Ops. Or. Morgan advocated the ado Ion the report. It makes no difference whether the Muncie Saginaw company builds the shops so that they Are builder the hands employed and the Money spent in our midst. The discussion was Furt lier in by . Stoll who opposed the adoption the report and by messes. Hogan and Bradway Avo advocated its passage. The report was then adopted by the following vote affirmative a messes. Bradway Hull Carier Dessauer Goa Horn Hogan Morgan Schopf Tower Teghtmeyer and Wilson in. Negative my sirs. Stoll Shryock Tremmel and under Bill ordinances. An ordinance to Grade and Plank the sidewalks the East Side Clay St. From Holman St. To the p., it. F. Amp c. Ry., was passed its third Reading. An ordinance to regulate the keeping Swine within the City fort Wayne was read a third time and Laid the table after a Lively debate. An ordinance to Grade to a Width ten 10 feet pave to a Width six 6 feet with Brick and curb with Stone curbing the sidewalks both sides Lewis St. From Calhoun St. To division St. Passed its third Reading by a unanimous vote. An ordinance to Grade to a Width two Lve feet the sidewalks both sides Washington-St., from Garden to har-Mer-St., and pave with Brick to a Width eight feet and curb with Stone curbing passed to its second Reading. An ordinance to Grade the sidewalks both sides Clinton-St., from Berry to Lewis-sts., to a Width twelve feet ind pave with Brick to a Width eight feet passed to a second Reading an amendment having been passed providing that it include curbing. An ordinance to Grade and Plank t he sidewalks the North Side High-St., from Wells-St., to the West line Wefel s addition and the North Side said Street from Wells St. To St Mary save. In Ewing s out lots passed to its second Reading. Resolutions were introduced and acted upon As follows by Geo. H. Wilson whereas certain Are carrying slaughtering establishments in the Western part the City in violation sections 2 and 3 chapter 19 the revised ordinances the City fort Wayne and other ordinances therefore resolved that that the City marshal Street commissioner and police Force he instructed to cause the said Law to be executed at once. Passed. By William Teghtmeyer providing that d. T. Meters be allowed pay As chief police while acting in that capacity prior to his appointment. Passed. By S. Under Bill ordering the owner lot no. 38, Inanna addition to bring his sidewalk up to the proper Grade. Passed. By a. A Carier rocked that his Honor the mayor the City fort Wayne be and is hereby Auti ionized to execute a deed to the fort Wayne Jackson amp Saginaw Railroad comi it any for the Twenty acres heretofore granted by Resolution to said Railroad company said deed to be made in accordance with the report the committee streets As read at the last regular meeting this Council and sub to to the conditions embodied in the original Resolution the Council granting said land. Bise. Several sealed proposals for the construction sidewalks in both sides main Street to Lafayette were opened find referred to the committee streets. Into a newspaper so it will escape notice and Call it Economy. This is like painting half the figures in your business your sign. Or. Robert Bonner the publisher and . A. T. Stewart the merchant Don t use newspaper space in this a. Done falter your a ire. Better expend $100 in one Best medium than �1 a piece in 100 mediums. Keep up Yotty . Tic Public knows when an advertiser is timid and half scared and when he Means business and believes in himself and his goods and will accordingly. an advertiser misses a near at hand Success by quitting too soon. The Public won t Rush in and buy you out the first Day it has other things to think . Some will read your announcement and buy at once others will glance at it one week read it the next and buy the third others will be haunted by it till they Are at list obliged to look into it to Case their minds and you Are meanwhile making your name and business familiar to thousands who will come to you some time. no attention to a silly notion encouraged chiefly by people who have got to be prosperous and Don t care to have you so that it is not just the thing to push your business through the newspapers. It is just As legitimate As putting up a sign Over your door and by far More modest and proper than sending out drummers to worry people who Don t care to Trade with you for your newspaper advertisement addresses no one in particular and whoever buys your goods really does so without your asking a. Cd to items bar Best Tea $1 25 fruit Ennst. Onion sets 10c per quart at fruit House i prepared codfish. Something new 9c. Fruit House. Onion tops 10c per quart fruit House. Buckwheat flour at Dodez amp Rockhill s. Mackerel in the City at Dodez amp Rockhill a mince meat at i 0dez i Rockhill s. Quot fresh Supply tub oysters at Podrez amp Rockhill s Jug Quot oysters 2.3c per can at Bowen la Ros. Quot Maltby s sleet oysters at Dodez a Rockhill s. Old "7t>&Quot for medical use $3.00 per gallon. Pruit House. Select tub oysters. Dodez amp Rockhill. Turkish prunes 9c per Pound at fruit House. At the oranges and Lemons 2.5c per dozen fruit House. Good Cotton half Hose for per dozen at a Woodward s. Of a a fresh Supply George s Bank just received at Dodez amp Rockhill s. For f Hoice Mackerel at 10c per la so to Bowen Bros. Corner Barr and Wayno its. Jersey Sweet potatoes. Five bar Urcla received to Day 60c per Peck. Fruit u it use. White fish 10c per Pound Large andfrc8b. At. Bowe Bros. Corner Barr and Wayno its. Bills were allowed As follows Chai. civil eni Rineer a assistants. Committees.�?. Alfrod Hattersly. Keil Bros. A. Rob non. John a. Droeg Meyer. Wilson. a co. Indiana Stai to Zeitung Geo Brammei-.-. Election. M. Read amp co. Streets. Total. .8716 30 the Bill j. C. A a Over it co., for re pouring the vigilant Steamer amounting to $1,082.89, was referred to special committee consisting messes. Teghtmeyer Morgan and Schoepf. The Council then adjourned. 17 37 50 35 173 35 s7 07 26 15 300 75 2 20 133 w so 00 a 00 10 159 00 advertising. For a Nobby hat Cap go to Woodward a 16 Calhoun Street next door to Quot bit _ sat Woodward s May be found All the latest novelties a foreign and american cloths Anicas Aimers for manufacturing Pur poses. Fly the largest display dress Tiodos Faney goods shawls Etc., Over seen in fort Wayne Are exhibited by c. Orig its cd. They Are the first in the Field with their new Stock. And assistance and to make special arrange ments at lowest rates offered by any line Call upon address i. G. Wheeler agent Missouri Rakitic r. R., <2 Lloyd Street Buffalo a y. Or e. Ford general passenger agent St. Louis to. To trouble to Tinsler Ines tons. Dead the Ienir is unnaturally dry you May to sure that it is a lying and unless artificially vitalized it will soon 00 dead As leaves in Lio vember. Feed the withering fibres and stimulate Tho torpid Scalp with Lyos s Katha Kos and the evil which must otherwise soon culminate in baldness will to speedily remedied. It is absolutely necessary for the health Tho brain that it to kept moderately moist with a preparation capable nourishing and invigorating it. Lox s Kate Iron fulfils these conditions and is Tho Only Only Artiel that actually puts new life into Tho Capil Ary tubes through which the natural nourishment has ceased to . This Puro and harmless vegetable preparation is absorbed by Tho skin Tho head to the roots Tho hair and passes into the filaments by the Force capillary attraction a card. Old George hit the Mark that time it is the Pup that flutters now. You said Over a year ago that i was More ornamental than useful. This is Why i noticed you. I am not ornamental nor Beautiful but Tho thousands to whom i faithfully delivered goods will testify to my usefulness. I am not done with y u yet. Old Whito horse George. You say the firm which you Are a member saw fit to Issue another slanderous Sido walk dodger. It has been your practice since your emigration from chatam Street to assail in an unwarrantable Way old and respected citizens who have been identified with Tho mercantile Trade fort Wayne from Twenty to thirty years. A that was Aid in the Sentinel can be proved and More. Not Monte nuts go sneaking around other Tori week Days you have not even a decent respect for the Sabbath. I caught another your firm peeping in my store one sunday last summer. Yon Are now whining and say i tried to get one your men away. He applied to to through a third party. I offered Hin a situation As i was in want a Man then. Thit is another your tricks to make capital . Yon bad the Assa Naneeto tend for . Stendor and tried to Purs Nade him to work for you. Loncao tact him. As to your insinuations about the readers the Gazette i Don t think Yon can count Manof Theamon Gynor friends patrons. J. M air Furnace Wain factory no. 67 East main St. Emi Linert Emporium ?. Colim tracked for but it i Wood and Coal. Will give a quicker and greater amount Licat from a Given Quantity Tiel than any furnance East West. Patented March 14, Isyl. Call and see them. Cottingham.attoritets. J. Villegass. Samuel 11. By sch. Hillegass amp Hench attorneys at Law. Office Over merchant s National Pra Cuce in the state and Federal and Tik . J. A8h, Wuol Salb dealer i Tinner s 8t0ck,, Japan Ned and Plai tinware. Flip Quot sugars reduced White Coffee a. 12c Coffee a. Lie Best new Orleans .r.9@l0e fruit House. Or. Thomas Williams Lata from one the leading merchant tailoring Hauses in Boston is head Cutter at a Oodward s. His a Tyle cutting is Beautiful indeed. Never fails to fit. In Quot just received at Woodward s Mammoth clothing Emp Efriam next door to Quot big dog Quot 46 it Hoim Street a Magna Vicant a Tock ready made clothing. He can now suit the most fast 4dvice from Liose Olio know a thing two. How business men ought to advertise to reap a Rich Harvest. Our business men will do Well to read remember and save the following hints about advertising. They Are taken from the advertise to Magazine which i knows whereof it Speaks. Quot done a Eatter your fire Quot and Quot keep up your to broke Quot hit the Nail the head and should be duly considered. It says there Are certain facts about new it diapers which should he kept in mind by an advertiser which Are mainly these their circulation the class people Olio read them their influence with their readers their rates advertising. If you have an article which appeals to the general Public the circulation and rates and influence Are mainly to retaken into account. If your sales Are to be made chiefly to a certain class the Community then the kind readers a newspaper has a to be considered. For example it would not he judicious to advertise a sewing machine in the financial journals Wall Street but if your goods arc wanted by All sorts i people then look chiefly to circulation and rates. Do not fall into the common error thinking a newspaper expensive because its rates Are High. Such newspapers Are Likely to be found the cheapest a fair basis estimate and comparison with others. Advertising rates do not usually Advance in proportion to the circulation and the newspapers Large circulation can afford to advertise cheaper than those less. There Are Many reasons Why this is so and we have not space to give them but such is the fact. The new York daily Sun for instance via its end Nous circulation can any does advertise at a Price by the line per thousand its Issue which a daily say ten thousand circulation cannot turd to do. Besides a prosperous influential and famous newspaper Oes to its re avoid with a Force and influence which extend to its advertising columns. Having chosen the first Best take the next Best and so Down through the ranks but if you can Only use a limited number journals whether daily weekly secular religious let them be the Best their class that is the widest circulated and most influential. Don t advertise stingily. Better keep out the newspapers altogether than spend just enough to pay for tucking your adv i Tise mento away out Dight. A Good Many men expend their ingenuity in contriving Liow they can get an advertisement new Coffee old government.28c Best 30c rio.�o2c Best 26c roasted Rio Best.27c fruit House. Oar 135 Tea. We have succeeded in getting another Hundred chests ibid is the same Tea we had before the fire and gave such Universal satisfaction. We guarantee it the Best Tea in Market oar other qualities Coc 80c and �1. Fruit House sugars reduced White Coffee White Coffee a. Lac Choice Best new Orleans.10c Good brown.9o fruit House. Llen county is hereby Given that there is Money in the Treasury to redeem All outstanding Allen county orders which were presented prior to the is july 1870, and that be interest will be allowed such order after this Date. John ring March 9. 1872. Treas. Allen co., ind. Zeitung please copy m wholesale and retail dealer i stoves tinware v Ivy House keepers goods. H. J. Ash �1 cd Laius in St a it Al Hyne ind. Sarnof red hot a Novelty Iron works a Jar Quot . 1. Knapp living removed from his former office the Cor. Of Calhoun amp Columbia-sts., will hereafter be found in his new office Tho Corner East Berry and Clinton Sti where he will to pleased to meet his they will Boas Well with Bis new quarters As he is himself. A a Quot imported goods French Brandy planet 1s05. I Iryl Ramsey s scotch whisky Gal younger s scotch Alo Barclay s London Porter Stewart s Dublin Porter All Duncan the new York importer. Fruit House. ?7 no s6 00 2�c 2�c 2�c fish fish a All kinds received. Ahito fish i bbls.s4 00�6 0 White fish in kitts.$1 00 31 20 Mackerel bbls.s4 00@6 00 Mackerel in kitts.$1 25@1 50 cod fish per not. 5@6o herring herring Bibl. $2 00 Holland herring per keg.-.$1 25@1 75 fruit notices. For vol indy duty for a ppr Cal tion got one c. A Wallin s Ink coloured photographs Over Hamilton s Bank Calhoun-8t. Freab la lib Nelc la now receiving daily by express from new York the finest and a hottest selected tub oysters which he is serving up in the Best style at the restaurant Calhoan-St., t to do North the Mayer House. Con invites i friends and the a nulls generally to Call around and enjoy the delicious bivalves at Bis establishment. A a to Yon a be Olny West buy your tickets Over the Quot old reliable Missouri Pacific Railroad the popular route from St. Louis to Sedalia fort Scott Law Artsee. Kaniu cd. Atchison St. Jaseph. Of a. Dorm six Oil to in Muifun. Kiwi a. Nebraska ant Coli to which people Are moving. This line has an unexcelled equipment in Day coaches. Pullman s Pala e sleepers Miller s safety platform and Tho Patent steam Brake and tit reputation for prompt time and sure connections is proverbial. For valuable information Isaac Isay manufacturer Smau cast�on6s, Ola m Lafaj tier for the Westera Sti n Spoor s Patent Gate Irons. Cor. Chicago amp Harrison-sts., near p., it. Wac c. B. Passenger depot fort Wayne nip. Mutual life ins co. Is the you Pamy in Ali assets $33,000,000.surplus, about 9,000,000.dividends paid in 1871, 4,500,000. Security Economy promptness careful management the Best is the che Aresti w. S. Buck District agent for the counties Allen Adams Dekalb Huntington Koble Whitley and Welu la apis its a visited. Office Ivo Thweat Cov. Main and Oah tonn a a. Fort Wayne ind. Mall Norert Good it february and Anil to open i Emma by 5tli. L mrs. Neu Beiboer Stonew no. 14 Colombia St. Opposite Bond s let Iris a Toire. Truit burned out but going again opposite the old stand no Advance in teas coffees so Finis our Stock is now Complete tie great destruction has not interrupted oar Trade in two Dow after the fire we were open and doing business and thanks to the pubic for their kind Patronas As we were no sooner opened than they comment patronizing us and our Trade ism ter to Day than the Day we burned out. We will continue in the future As in the put to i Law out patrons by Selling them goods at the lowest possible profit and guaranteeing everything we sell a Tiff Victory refund Tefr Money. Tea Tea this we make a Pedalty and feel confident we can sell teas to cents Pei Amund lower than other House. The Ream we can do so a we Purchase direct the importers in round lots say one to two Hundred chests at a tune we thus sate the profit the Spe Cumor jobber and wholesale Murdian which a 10 to 20 cent per Pound. This saving we give to our in stolen. Of All Gwen we have Reod Ved Over three Hundred chests. Young hymn per ,60c, 80c, i Best a 25 gun powder do 80e, $1, Best $1 25 Imperial per la 60c, 80c, $1, Best $1 25 Oblong do 50c, 90c, Best $1 10 Japan do 80e, Bast $1 10 chinese Miz Toie per la f 1, bests 10 our 80c teas you will find excellent goods. We Dirge Noth iii for to Biog them if not satisfactory they can be returned and the Money remanded. . We have received three Hundred barrels All grades. Best Coffee a 12c i Best Brown do Coffee a 11c new Orleans Ooi tir be. La to Best do second Quality Best Jamaica 2�c 22c 2�c boasted old governing Cut d and 10c 9 and Ion 27c 28 ind 90c sugar Ara molasses. New Orleans sugar Sandmo Lasseson store and arriving daily. Prices Low orders solicited quotations in Miahel t a Large Stock Over two Hund Best Navy per la Good Black 10& per la. Flounders per la. Red packages and different Tusl his. 60cl limb Cut. Hoosier Brand per la 40c second Quality do Sulc 2oc $1 00 70c so a a rte per la 33c, 3 pounds for $1 Withes . New whisky per Gal Doc one year old do -$1 25 j two do do $1 40 and $1 75 old 76, do medical ?3 00 bottled whisky 3-5c wives. Sherry i it Gal. Is 60 and $2 port wine per Gal., �1 50 and 2 00 Black Berry wine per Gal., Cherry wine do Catawba wine do wine in Boutes 1 50 Iso lot 3daud80i peaches per can. Tomatoes do sugar com do 19c peas do i7c Black berries per can 22 20 wh.6l�nn&s0ns, Quot . Rustik Becker amp Bond building contractors and dealers in building Stout Olarle and Char unite Aio Zuments. Tombstones ac., Ain Pulton-sts., fort Wayne. Ind. Cd re she Ifim tits. Pitted cherries do pigs do dates do 20c 12c half peaches per la. Loc Best apples do prunes do i cranberries do 42c \ candies per ., 20c nuts All kinds per ., 12 to 18c. Dime Box amp Utcher 5c fish All kinds Coffee , candles Candle Wicks Chimney Best Loal Oil 30c per it to Eose Oil 25c per Gal., and All other goods half the usual once. Ciscili Tiati o., february 18, 1870. Meters k Boug Lasi a co. Gest emes we have examined and tested the a specimen your old my six whisky furnished us for that purpose and consider it a pure article in ther fore Safe and reliable for medicinal , As it is free from a aunties us defects incidental to the Ordinary precess distillation. w. Clendenin m. D., health officer the City Cincinnati f. B. Mussey m. J. F. White m. Cha8. P. Rudkins m. C. T. Simpson m. C. C. Wight m. P. S. Oonner m. The principal hopi Tara and asylums throw ghost the country a tin Adolid a oae this whisky a. B. White u our for Cwayna agent. $3 per gluon a a a he fruit House fruit House

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