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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 29, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The fort was no daily Gazetis Friday morning. March 29, 1872. Be Gail a cd of. If i remove to Kansas to deny me tie Quot when Grant entered office managing editor Amoa a Cummings. I privilege of taking this aged and faithful in of mind the Public service demoralized in he states and says tie statement was made \ Saice. Dry goods. Boat. O. Mcmeece to a a it. 8. Alexander. F editors amp publish ass Frina v. A Arch 29. 1873. Moment which being granted or. Love Joy in that Earnest yet witty manner so state Republican ticket. For govt Rose Geu. Tom Browne of Viand Jap county. To usent Klast nov Krikor Hon. Leonidas. 8exton, of Kush county. Kon Quot err tart of state w. W. Cubby of Vigo county. For auditor of state j. A. Iii Maii of Howard Conaty. For trkasurk8 of state John b. Gloves. Of Lawrence county. For of the col. James b. Black of Marion county. A Rob of the sprsem c0c8t. Cha lbs Csoll of Clark co Tinty. To of Public . B. W. Smith. Of Jollar on county. For . James c. Denny. Of Knox county. For at Large a Aole. Godlove s. Both of Tippo Canso county. For it actors first Dutrum. D. B. Kumler of . Contingent Frank m. Posy of Pyke a town t. Nixon of Floyd. Throop of Granire. Tour of k. Cravens of Jefferson. T a h r. Goodwin of Frauli us. Swy a a . W. Gubbi. Of Morgan. A iii us rect. Jumes Johnson my Harper of Warren. . Cowgill of . . T. Bryer of cacs Taylor of Allen. . W. U. Eliis . Sec Antii Keith of Kalton Bender of Marshall. At Larue men. Nathan. . John she warts Una. J. Is Backie Hon. A a. Woops. water. Woman with at this Point or. Lovejoy a be corrupt admin Istia in the presence of Hoo Ether persons by Jiva i Annh ,.tion of Quot Andy Quot Jhnson. In the course Fisk himself to him Stokes that Heihui he Lull arose and asked the privilege of interrupt-1 a of three years he had carried out or pro Fisk had paid Amos j Cummings $20, i Mali u Llu ing the gentleman from South Carolina a posed Many valuable reforms the Public ii Flke a a a a t a i a. R _ debt has been decreased three Hundred 7nillions, thus effecting a reduction in the. A f i. Jul i .1 interest of fifth been millions annually taxes characteristic of him said the gentle have been largely reduced an honorable Man has made a great mistake. Tie Elbrt has been made to Settle our Republican Sparfv does not propose to ties peaceably with England and the Denv the honorable gentleman from South a fare of the whole people has been con this condition of things Stokes says of taking his course of the since t 1. V at Cincinnati will find a Man to do better work than this has Horace Greeley or Carl Schurz a better claim upon the Public respect than general Grant a n. Y. Times. 000 at different times during his life for the articles he had written for and allow-1 de to appear in the Sun and for the Arti i cles he had not allowed to go in As Well. Colonel Jim mix Quot says it was 825,000 that Fisk paid Chin irvings but this was not substantiated As Stokes s statement is. Tho Bost sauce Leicestershire i table sauce and relish the first in the Field with new Spring goods. Hardware. Mother to Kansas with him. It Only proposes to deny him the privilege of Selling when he gets her this Short but unanswerable speech with its accompanying laugh at the Southern member s expense so completely disconcerted him that after stammering through a few sentences he sat Down without attempting to finish his ppe , Grant personally Washington correspondence of the Louisville courier journal Ojei socratic but your correspondent begs to refer to the president merely As a typical head of his party and not the individual Reprez i native of any fraud or Job or corruption. He has Alwa is entertained the belief of the president s personal integrity and states furthermore that an investigation into his pecuniary affairs corroborates that belief. He does this specifically to justify his a 1 r opinion to do Justice to a political Adver who has been connected with the paper for l a a and also to Correct an erroneous in eighteen years. He is said to be a brother j pression. The president has been and is to w. P. Fishback esq., editor of the in-1 possessed of this property Viz 6100,000 Diana Polis outta. The most noticeable owing to some difficulty Between the three proprietors of the St. Louis Democrat that or was put up at sheriffs Sale one Day last week and sold for the immense sum of 5456,100. It was bought by one of the partners g. W. Fishback esq., the water problem in Chicago seems a olved at last. It has Long been believed hat Chicago might obtain an abundant a of water by in is of Artesian belief has been confirmed by a or three such Wells in a a iii a. Or. John y. Ico of my a a ponces of ent parts i fet�., next Harwell one oif tie at City in order to big Ray . Or be in Aboa cons Masl t6� Simiti of has new store on the Corner of jib ii id Franklin streets a he Chicago e of wednesday thus tells the remain or of the Story thing about this Sale is the amount paid for what is called Quot Good the St. Louis Republican in Oon menting upon this says this is the first direct sole of a Large and is Labishe newspaper that has taken place in this Cou Witry for Many years a i the Price paid affords some indication of he Cash value of such a journal. It has Jeen held a difficult matter to accurate estimate the Worth of such an institution in account of the varied properties thai Nake it up. The actual material of the Democrat establishment would be valued at i comparatively Binal proportion of the Irice which the journal has just sold for Luthis material Coral r.so3 Only a Small pro Quot ortion of the real value of the establishment. The attributes of age established a Ruyter political views advertise if. Jairo nage Public influx Nice and subset ii Ion list All grouped usually under Thi Lead of Quot Good will Quot constitute the sub Taii tial elements of value in a established journal. They Are of a moral nature an it i to a certain , indestructible. The Democrat has its own share of these Valu Ible elfin it and they represent the Arger portion of the handsome Price for hich the Pajzer was sold. York a House in Philadelphia s40,000, rented now at s2,400 per year 640 acres of land near St. Louis purchased with All improvements at less than so0,000 one fourth of 120 acres of land situated near Chicago $5,000 $5,000 Stock in a Michigan Iron company his Long Branch residence ?30,000, and a Small amount in Adams express and Railroad shares. The bulk of this property was obtained through the gifts made to him by the new York merchants before he elected president the real estate presented to him in Philadelphia and in Washington and his Pur Chase of the St. Louis estate from i brother in Law. It is not improper to state More specifically that the president s income outside of his salary As president is about �6,000 per year. I Quot make the estate inputs because it has been charged by or. Wendell Phillips that general Grant was Worth 8700,000 or s800,000, and because 1 am satisfied that that statement is untrue. Perhaps it should be added to this that general Grant is anything but an extravagant Man personally and the Story is told. A business cripple. If As some papers claim senator Sumner was not very accommodating in i answers to the questions put to him by the Senate investigating committee and was inclined to be somewhat Independent in manner it must be observed that the committee were very haughty and overbearing in their examination of Sumner if the following is a fair specimen or. Hamlin Quot would you deem it the Luty of a patriotic senator to inquire of of reign legation As to questions tending to put his government in the wrong with the Quot a Primenta who have made no Corn he steadily and hopefully prosecuted the Rork,.driving the Drill vertically through iii Inise amp a feet of the a Olid Niagara Lime iii Aibe thai Torff the surface table upon a Bieh Chicago stands. Yesterday was struck and it made its pres Felt most vehemently. The flow rough the five Inch bore was so fierce list it averaged a thousand Gallons a min Ati a Day yesterday and catching or. Farwell unprepared with sewerage threat to submerge and engulf the entire Leibfo a at act a Gutter was Cut to the a Sbath breach and the peril was averted. I a my f arwell is now preparing to utilize the vast Fountain by turning it in pipes poll Over his buildings to the roofs. Lake Prater will probably always be preferred a stir drinking purposes a most of the i Artesian water is nauseous frito its Strong Lini izeral ingredients. But for All washing and Meeb Anical purposes and for defense St fire or. Farwell has procured at a stot Flo Uoo an enviable treasure. This Well delivers sixty thousand Gallons Imes As Meh. Therefore sixteen of these Eire us would Supply As much water As the to Liole water works pumping system. But Tab water works Cost the City millions of dollars while six Taeb of the Wells would Cost Only $160,000�?less than the annual i a a pm Naes of the water works. Something of the kind should be under a Keo by fort Wayne. Everything seems to vindicate an abundant Supply of water r fron. 150 to 600 feet below the Sarfine Bat so far no thorough Experiment Bas of been made that we Are aware of. It is to be a hoped that or. Bayless will continue to Proa Cente the work begun by him. He of would be a Pablic Benefactor if he should like a Supply of water abundant enough t3.enable him to put half a dozen Good Isth rooms into the Bink. As things now Sre Walesa a Penon is the Lucky Possession Quot of a Small Fortune he is Likely to be Finan Dally rained by paying the stated Price for that number of bodily ablutions which health and decency require. Or. Bayless if will deserve the thanks of the Community t he will go Forward and make it possible Rio Uke i Bath in fort Wayne without mortgaging a House and lot therefor. Era that is an abstract quest it Isis ii Point i am obliged to say arose of Tbs in a question that no such Niru to. Quot a own Way. Or. Hall iii Atis it. Quot Stion. Or. Sumner a aids i it a not m. Hamlin i put a Lenwai a or. Sumner i consider it a applicable to this . Schurz then put the quest Lori to or. Sumner when or. Hamlin said Quot i want a in answer to my question to % hich or. Sumner responded Quot i regard it As an abstract question not involved in the ii Quiry. 1 decline to answer senator Carpenter also put in one or two insulting questions. Although it seems to us that senator Sumner was unfortunate in the introduction of both h or Amble and Resolution Wei ave no sympathy with this unworthy attempt to browbeat and insult a Nator who had the manliness to uphold the principles of the the death of Fisk or. Not a line or a word is allowed in the paper against the dead Prince or his acts All the Good he Ever did is paraded Day after Day in play Type while nothing in the shape of a kind word has been said for Stokes who j As yet has had no trial and is convicted of no crime. Of this slate of things Stokes bitterly complains. He thinks the least the papers can do is to wait until he is tried before they condemn him. He does not expect the Sun to do this for he knows 820,000 will go a great Way and believes the scent of Fisk s Money hangs round the Sun still. If the inside Workings of the Erie railway under the management of the Fisk Gould amp Tweed ring could be thoroughly shown up according to Stokes the ruinous Rasca Lity and powerful plundering which was rampant would Thunder strike the world prepared As it is to hear the worst of statements concerning that nest of thieves. He has seen millions of Money divided and says the spoils were regularly apportioned whenever a Quot Divide up Quot was made. Divisions were organized Over whom certain appointed men presided. To them the share of that division was passed and by them it was subdivided to the hirelings employees and Henchman beneath them. Over .$10,000,000 of fraudulent vouchers now exist in the archives of the Erie Kail Way company and the glaring mismanagement which has characterized the directory under Fisk and Gould when it comes to Light will astonish everybody but those who have been familiar with it from its commencement. Made in any part of the world for Lamky use. Stoves and tin Ware. H. J. Ash wholesale dealer ii Tinner s Stock stamped la panned and Plain tinware. C. Oriter amp co., have for the last ten Days been receiving their Stock of new goods for the Spring Trade and Are now Able to show the largest Stock of goods Ever brought to fort . W. Oakley son dealers in foreign arid Domestic saddlery and Carriage trimmings &c.,79 Columbia Street a Yive a air 600d.s. A Uch 1873.sprin6 opening Spring opening our Stock of dress goods and shawls Siho i Argest Ever displayed in the City and comprises Alilis a everything Tuat naw a us de Vrable and we invite All to give our Stock an examination before buying Tbs in Purchase a. Journal and journalists. Quot a word which or. A. H. Stephens addresses to the readers of the Atlanta Sun is the longest on record occupying nearly two columns. The first daily newspaper established in England was the daily Cournal published by Elizabeth Mallet in february 1702. The Worcester spy says that every Day a car Load of paper is sent from Wach sett Massachusetts to new York Fot the use of the Herald. Or. E. W. Ila Lford so Long connected Quot Quot with the Indianapolis journal has accepted the position of editor in chief of the Chi Cago Republican. Or. Henry Reed formerly of the Cincin Blank books Nati press but later of St. Louis and Chi a William w. Hawthorn died at his residence in Millsboro Washington county penn.,on the 18th ult., aged about seventy live years. At the age of thirteen he a Lii listed with rheumatism which deprived him of the use of both legs and his right Arm. Bis feet were drawn up against his thigh.?, and his right Arm and hand contracted into everything but a natural i Quot go has connected his fortunes As one of position. The fish on these limbs Grade the editors and proprietors with Donn j ally shrivelled away while his head and Piatt s capital at cite. J body continued to grow into All the pro a subscriber to an Iowa paper having Leffall Cai n t want your paper i o to wholesale and fit iii dealer i stoves tinware Ivr it i House keepers goods. H. J. Ash 91 i Olumbia-mt., it any not ind. Sign of red hot b a of a thru is. Portions of a Well developed Man. For j written to say Quot Idon i the purposes of locomotion he was placed in a Box in which constantly iving on his Back he attended to All kinds of business for sixty years. He acquired a common English education and taught school for a number of years and at the time of his death he was serving his seventh term As a Justice of the peace having acted in that capacity for nearly thirty five years. He used the pen with his left hand and wrote a very accurate and legible hand. In 1853 he was awarded a contract for carrying the United states mail on route Between Pittsburgh and it in and also on another k awarded the contract superintended the route gently driving a second term . Whol by Sifes himself try in a oni hot a Spring Wagon to _ washing ii and Wayne Burgh Witti it a Small Bov Foi a is Many. At the age of 23 or 25 Quot he Elop with a miss Wilson and was married i tiie it the unsent of her friends but she being of suf Fafole age for Matrimony no trouble ensued. His wife proved to be a valuable helpmate for a Man in his Peculiar situation and As time sped away she bore him twelve or any longer Quot the editor replies Quot we Are j tel 1 sorry As we intended to lengthen it Byj Jools up the course of a few Harper s weekly uses fifteen tons of paper i Tutor paper every week and the average Cost of end re graving for each number is 8600, or 830,- Molg flt iriv 000 a year with As much More for draw a a Jcj ing the a pictures on the Wood exclusive of the sums paid to artists for the designs. A a democratic editor in the Western part of Pennsylvania says he invested fourteen dollars and seventy cents in ele Phant Eagle and rooster cuts with which to do Justice to the great democratic Victory that was to have been achieved in new Hampshire and having no immediate use for them offered them for Sale at a Liberal discount. His Republican neighbor a aptly purchased the lot. Several inches manliness to a. A y possessed an Iron Republican party when it was worthy j Iron Quot institution and Man s life to do it. By dint of indomitable Energy and econ omy he accumulated quite a very. A a the republicans of Ohio held enthusiastic and harmonious stale convention at Columbus on wednesday for the purpose of nominating delegates to the Philadelphia convention and for the nomination of two or three state officers. The committee was a unit in favouring the re Bora nation of Grant but Ohio is the first state we believe the propose some one else in place of Colfax. Ohio has just As Good a right to nominate a candidate for vice president As any other state though we fail to see what would be gained by putting Dennison in the place of Colfax. The former is a Good Man but it seems to us would not awaken one half the enthusiasm that Colfax would. Amount of property. Co impelled As he , to remain continually in a recumbent posture he wrote with his paper in a Small Board placed across his breast and by the necessary habit of keeping his head raised upward and Forward the Muscles of his neck acquired sufficient strength to enable him to hold his head in that situation for hours without apparent fatigue. Dickens youth. Personal. Biersat the Painter will return to Yosemite in the summer. Staten cats of a schoolmates or. For Ster . California that Haven of wanderers from All parts of the Globe timbers amongst present naturalized citizens a former schoolmate of Charles Dickens who writing from Napa to the Sancenito Herald has partially controverted the lately popular idea of the great novelist s ill treatment in childhood. Referring to that excerpt from Forster s biography which under caption of Quot the terrible Cie Cret in Dickens history Quot has made the tour of american journalism that new a in by goods. Our Stock of fancy goods such As trimmings fringes Euf flings tuck trimmings quadruple Lawn and Swiss trimmings Cambric Euting fluted ruffling fancy fillings plated trimmings Star frills combination frills Shamrock frills Etc., is As near Complete As amp thanhouser oif the amp Reat Western dry 600ds How psf. Faber Lead pencils american Siead pencils copying presses Etc. Of domestics domestics domestics us the popular brands of Blea ebed and Brown Ula Slinia and All other domestics at prices that cannot fall but be satisfactory. N. B. Particular attention asked to our Stock of Spring shawls and dress goods which we know is the largest and handsomest Ever seen in fort Wayne. Groceries. Sey Job Hendricks and the Over worship. A Fenrir Ward Beecher the san Francis and apparently competent conme stator will visit California this remarks "1 gee a Story going the rounds of the newspapers to the effect that Charles Hon Geory Bancroft our minister to sickens was the prototype of his own is of co papers say Spring everything seems to indicate that the Hod. Gliomas a. Hendricks will be the demo tic nominee for governor of indians. His friends seem to think that unless Thez senator takes the Field there is no Chance at All of beating gen. Browne and even then or. Hendricks s friends will not claim we presume that the chances Are any More than even. If so Why were they frightened out of holding their state convention at the usual time ? this procrastination and the efforts made Fay or. Hendricks s friends to induce him to he their Standard hearer show that thin in the democratic Camp Are not All As Lovely As they might be. Indeed the a fice which or. Hendricks will most few Ili order to become the democratic nominee is proof in itself that the den Cracy Quot do not ext an easy Victory. Or. Hendricks it a Well known has Long been a prominent can Date for the Pieri Dency. But he went on to War i in ton s few weeks ago to Sarrey the Field and it is evident that his democratic friends there Are troubled about Indiana for Ever since he came Back his name is no longer connected with the presidency hut with the gubernatorial chair of Indiana. Even the fort Wayne Sentinel which always makes us smile whenever it attempts to lecture us about Quot consistency Quot inb�o8tb upon or. Hendricks being the candidate for governor although it was one of the first papers to bring him Forward As a presidential candidate. It grieves is to see the Sentinel not Only going balt Quot thus on a Good Man but Chr Felting All claim to deliver lectures on soon stench. Senator Hendricks doomed Man. He has rot Only lost the presidency but stands no Chance of being governor. If to sir John d. Coleridge of England belongs the Honor of making the longest speech on record an Exchange reminds us that to that moral and anti slavery hero Owen Lovejoy belongs the credit of making one of the most effective Short speeches known. Either Brooks or Keitt of South Carolina was discussing on the fear of the House on the question of excluding slavery from the territories. Of course the Quot Peculiar institution Quot came in for its full share of Latt Stion and the Black be pub Laicans for an equal share of condemnation. At Lei the member from South Carolina combining pathos with argument and denunciation said in substance Quot an old Clave Mother has nursed my and cared for me when 9 child and i feel almost As much �?1�?1in my Mother. And. Germany is to honorary member to Over thirty Learned societies in various parts of Europe. During the fire at Iowa City last tues Day die Bull paid s50. Reward to a negro who recovered the artist s Wutch from the by Ming building. Thomas Nast of Harper s weekly probably the most talked of artist in the world has purchased a handsome residence at Morristown n. J. Or. C. F. Marsh a millionaire Iron merchant of new York seventeen years ago worked in a Detroit machine shop for six shillings a Day. So says the Sun. Senator Humiler is said to have recently remarked that in Twenty years he had not seen the snows of his native new England. His duties have kept him every Winter in Washington. Beside her own delegation Vermont has thirteen sons Boru within her Borders in the National Congress. Of these one senator and three representatives come from Wisconsin. Samuel l. Clemens Mark Twain now occupies the residence of mrs. Isabella Beecher Hooker at Hartford and miss a. M. Beecher is the Only member of the Beecher family now living there. At the recent Railroad meeting at Wood Stock Vermont miss Lucy Collamer daughter of the late Hon. Jaco Collamer gave a practical exemplification of woman s rights by coming Forward and subscribing $1,000 for the Railroad. It is related that during the last sick a a a is of the Hon. Thaddeus Stevens the doctor said to him one Day Quot or. Stevens i think your appearance is better Quot it is not my appearance that troubles me Quot was the reply Quot but my political. A John Tyler jr., has written a very Able article in favor of the Republican party and predicts its Triumph and its perpetuity. He is now a citizen of Florida. A the Boston a pod on the Day after the new Hampshire election remarked Quot owing to the inclement weather our roosters keep in the Coop to Day. They Are patient a the Only Republican newspaper in Massachusetts which opposed president Lincoln is now the Only one that opposes the re election of president Grant namely the Springfield Republican. A democrats who sneer at the Small Republican majority in new Hampshire seem to forget that a majority of 1,500 there is proportionately As Large As 15,000 in new York. A at the first Victory for Freedom Over the democracy of new Hampshire in 1845&Quot, Whittier wrote god bless grew Lampshire from her to Granite peaks once More the voice of Stark and Langdon Speaks. A the Newark adder Lime s opinion is that the Liberal rep Blicas Haven t Quot a tithe of the strength of the Johnson Philadelphia. Movement Quot that the Cincinnati one lion will be a Quot Motley Crew of malcontent and that or. Sumner who is himself a malcontent and who besides lacks Quot leadership Quot will be a Orry when it too late that he Ever got into such vivid Copperfield who was starved and otherwise maltreated in his youth. I have the Best of for believing that this is All a sentimental exaggeration and from these facts Dickens and i were schoolmates about the year 1830, in Hunter Street Brunswick Square London and his family lived in Campton Street. He was a Good student and before leaving attained the position of first boy a High distinction and by the inflexible rules to be attained Only through eminent Merit. Each Branch of learning with us had six , and Over 140 pupils were arranged in the school according to Grade each boy having a Ledger account therefore to be first boy a student had to be first in the first class in every Branch taught in the school comprising the languages mathematics Euclid and All the Ordinary studies of a full English education. A lad in circumstances to become such a scholar could not have been very Uii fortunately situated in life. Dickens was a robust youth and his Brothers were at the school afterwards with my Brothers. The starvation business is All nonsense or we must have heard of it. After he became famous he used to preside at our Long continued annual pupils dinner to our old master or. , sons i believe still conduct like the Erie robbers. So Ferme British half nose at Moderwell amp Fowler booksellers stationers. 77 a Olymbia St. Oil Mon amp Bug. Have the pleasure to announce that they have enlarged their Stock of stationery and offer for Sale at Rodn ced f. Boltz 1 9� Columbia Street. Stock Ilicito s Bookstore fort Wynt and. Shirts made to measure. Calhoun and Berry streets. Crockert. Cheap store. What eur weird a. Siokes Kun own Fisk. And what he did with the Erie Money. T rum the Brooklyn Eagle of saturday crockery mss Queens Are China and fancy goods table cute Silver mated and tort annal castors i amp and Chan Dollers Etc. We Wesh to Call the attention of our customers to our very Large and Well selected Stock of fancy Ware. Consist uni of All kind sortable Mats. Knife baskets Sivess carved salad sets Swiss carved bread trays with mottoes China moustache cups motto cups mugs China persian Marble and Bohemian Glass Keil Bros jobbers and Ueal eks in books amp stationery Are agents for one of the exd est printing and Blank Book Louiie in the United states. Printing and Blank Book work or All kinds promptly and carefully executed. We make a speciality of Bank and county Blank Book work a of printing a kind of envelope letter and Bill Heads. We p int envelopes for 50c a thousand All other printing equally As Low. granting anything in our Lino can save Money by Call i 3 Keystone Block groceries provisions oysters amp canned goods it fruits or11 kinds in to Xiv season Isra. 88 of St. Miscellaneous. The Best Roll fitter and fresh Egga 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 a Standard a not a 12jc other sugars in proportion. Canned 600cs. All Standard packers no Slop goods. Tomatoes 2 lbs is Quot 3 Quot 2oc peaches 2 Quot 20c Quot 3 Quot 30c Mcmurray s sugar con 30c Pine apples 30c blackberries 20c canned Salmon 1 la 30c Quot 2 Quot a 50c Green peas 2 a 25c Coffee. Good Rio 23c Choice Rio 25c Ceylon 28c Java 3 k 0. 0. Java guaranteed 3�c teas. The Best in the Market japans 90c, $1 to $1.20. Long $1, $1.10 to $1.35. Young Hyson is $1.25, $1 50. Best $1.60 we Are opening now one of the finest and Best selected Stock of dress goods Silka and dry goods As Well As foreign West of new York City. Although Cotton goods woolens and All kinds of dry goods have advanced we will continue to sell them at the same Low prices. Look at our advertisements daily and you will find the different classes of goods Are offered at reduced rates. Black Silks per Yard sold in All the rest of the stores at s2.50. Black Bonnet silk the Best in the world at popular prices. A Fuu line of coloured Silks including All the latest shades. A handsome line of dolls Varden Sall kinds of satins velours for trimming Etc. A full line of Poppins at 15, 20, 25 and 30c per Yard plaids for childrens at 20 to 40c.japanese Silks japanese Silks Fiill line in All Ali Terent shades for Quot go and upwards too Diu Erent pieces of Roia goods including the latest makes. Iii i a icy goods i it Lepai taxi edit s Complete handsome bows scarfs for ladies a full line of ribbons splendid embroidered White skirts for $1.00 we sell the Best White stockings for 25� in the country 1000 different styles of shawls All popular makes including the finest ottoman lace Points lace Sac aet and a full and Complete assortment of White goods laces embroideries handkerchiefs. Me is boy s web a , linens Etc a full line of ladies Linen suits children s suits. Of veg us Frank a thanhouser no. 7 Keystone Block fort Wayne ind. Bq07s and shoes. La a Rotey Schry Der amp co. Best Eis charge grades. 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.4 Kostome Block Cun St machinists. Yes Bidav a representative of the Brooki vases smoking sets in aug a had an interview with Stokes at Juarch safes fancy Ash boxes the tombs. The inner door of Stokes stands toilet sets Finger fort Wayne machine works j. H. Ass manufacturer of cell was closed but a to Quot with a Cane upon the outer one soon opened it and Stokes Laid a Little hand Mirror upon a toilet table near the door As he put out his hand to Greet the representative of the Eagle. Since last the same person saw him the hair of Stokes has turned much whiter. It is now nearly Gray All through. A month More at farthest at the present rate will suffice to make Stokes a Gray haired Man for life. He was in his Brown silk wrapper slippers Etc. On the bed Lay copies of All the morning papers which had evidently been thoroughly. The two canaries which had been gently purchased by Stokes from the Stock left by Fisk jr., were a gambling Merrill in the cell although not in sight of the writer. Near the door Hung the picture of a Beautiful Little girl with a very Sweet face and splendid flowing hair a photograph of his Only daughter ten years of age now in \ Lenna with her Mother. This Chi d of Stokes is a precocious one. She Speaks three languages and is accomplished far beyond her Veary the writer asked Stokes if his wife had heard of his present troubles he replied that she had and that she was very much broken Down for when she left America she was nearly worn out by the prosecutions of Fisk and his gang. Stokes wonders if the Public for a moment suspect the Power and influence Fiat Fisk and the Erie gang exerted. One Case in Point he gave at length Beau he knows whereof he or aks. The Reading Public had noticed in times gone by before Prince Erie died and while he was at the Zenith of his glory How the new York Sun always had Good words Tor risk and his gang when it had any. The main influence. Stokes says of the Sun was obtained by Fisk through the Purchase of Ita bowls. Fish globes Bird Cage Oval and round fined or tabular All Nisei. Saw amp grist Mill machinery and Mill furnishing 60�ds. Sole agents for Judson s celeb rated steam governors and Stillwell 4 Pierce s Patent class Globe looking classes die. Kc., All of which will be sold cheap. Tery arge Stock Fochi natos too numerous too , �6.00 a Han l a Abe ctr castings delivers. Excelsior Stone warmers 75 cents and $1.Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere at Tresselt amp both60 come Mia St Foat Watne. Steim engines the old Central grocery still in the Field with goods As Low As the lowest Oro Ekiss a Rao Moi _ _ Corner of main and Harrison streets during the Sprino months we will furnish the very Best apples Dipoto toes vegetables Waii died r limits vinegar which the Market affords. Choice table butter the finest by lands of family jello Tajii and groceries of All kinds Arn kept constantly on buy All can Perrin Sinf. A tine s Boneless cheese Maltby vinegar cranberries Dodez amp Roc Hill other Brocery stores in the fou Winit articles Cit str Fine i Ilde Ison a ground spices warrant Tacij Pic a a raid ii truly italian Macaroni and Vermac Ali York Stote factors s oysters always on Fine table syrup nuts of All Al id Lye Quot uder Jerries by the Marl or Buchol zelary mess mackeral Geo. B k. It of a a Quot hot air Furnace s"terme.8ter, Becker manufactory Bond. Heater and Lime extractors. Cap wheels East main St. Building contractors tyres Cylinder and Hll kind of and dealers is constructed for both Wood and Coal. Will Gire a quicker Bull Ding Stone build tvs Coomas. Rates. a a a a a greater amount of heat Marble and Granite to order. Engines. Boilers and Oral a _. Chinery i Matiy repaired. Compe Lynn a Gloeb Quantity of Niek Tomb to Aesy Wrights always on hand to in pish draft specifications and superintend patting of oar Mills. Special attention ii called to oar Lino of or Wood working machinery Wisi irs in prayed Feo jts and Aio handle laths fellow saws. Stave cutters Era Aluig saw a. In any fun mane East West. Patented Larch 14, inti. Call and see them. Cottings a am amp grates a. Main amp fui.ton-sts., it Ort Wayne. kinds of boots amp shoes Low prices a i 1872.drt goop Airo no fort Wayne ind. 1872. Mai a Opportunity now offered to tie to a it in Ata. 8. Evans amp co/s33 and 35 Clinton and 41 main its. Foil a w and dealers indy co Sand notions Cotton and Woole Sand Are now recent Long in incl Eise so topics which we of ter at Ireat bargain. Orders solicited Shihi to Refl be care tally and promptly fluid. Buy tace Tei its 3-qoe/x

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