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Fort Wayne Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1872, Fort Wayne, Indiana The foot Waise daily Gazette Moli lining. May a. I Biz Dilt goods c. Orff amp co. Parasols parasols the largest Stock of parasols including a styles ladies misses and children s Ever brought to fort Wayne Iuston it a cd. Parasols for old ladies parasols for Young ladies parasols for misses parasols for children. basis Gingham Fae sols Sile parasols lace Cove a Fae sols just received a Beautiful it it of suit ins suning. Saratoga Sung Duce suiting Belfast Sung a White Victoria suiting we Alio Lara suits ready made in Ali of the above it amed Good. C. Orf Picov be Fahs . Aovua.uamt�, o. S. Alexander. Borry is Aarau am . Mat 31.187s. To buy Sette Imp am a Tkal pm am be Dir Maui Faa i Aad of of a be City of mar a uhf a nah a via fat mime. A we Slaw new on journal Isit. In so Fine a Maui he for june is published in full the admirable lecture of Whitelaw bid esq., entitled Quot schools of up Omalis Quot recently delivered before the diversity of the City of 2iew York. It is one of the most suggestive interesting and instructive articles which Hae Ever been published on the subject of journalism. Its author is a Man unusually Well qualified to handle the subject for aside from the Fine tire of Irlich the lecture Ives ample a video be fax had Large practical exp eoe inthe Joanna Listic profession. For several years he wis the Able was iii Ltd correspond. Thess non Noti g wait be idiot atom a prime much Atten Tim. And oae com hardly get Hatter. Training news a work than among the live newspaper men of Waibl Nigton As the correspondent of a representative paper. Or. Bid Lead also the advantage if be mistake idiot of work in general on a paper of his own in Xenia Ohi Vifot his bes text Nenee is Dur ii the nearly three years past in which Itel Julieen the manaog editor of the new York Tribune of which since or. Greeley s withdrawal he has become the editor in chief Young Man that he is. In the Lect me before us he was called upon to speak particularly of the Propri. Ety of establishing in com Cioa with some of the universities a Specif Quot pc Viool for the instruction of Mumk who in it Teml to follow the important profession of to onanism. Aad it seems to us the that he Moat clearly proves the affirmative of the question for he certainly explodes most dec Tauy the theory that any Man of Ordinary be and common school education is qualified to a Dit a paper although he admits that the Best education cannot make a great editor who like the poet is Bam not made. But the general need of thorough and even special education a not set aside by the a fact that Here and there a self made journalist like Horace Greeley or i Urlow Weed rises to the top of the profession without it any More than the fact that Julius Caesar knew nothing about Jomini and was yet a great Genera proves that a military education is unnecessary to the Soldier who would be a successful Leader of criticism so that works of literature and Art might receive intelligent attention. These topics Are amplified in a most instructive and masterly Way and Are certainly hints in the right direction. But there is certainly no need of including the first three topics in a Cir Culum for a special school of instruction since they belong rather to a course of general Reading outside of All schools requiring no elucidation by the scholarly Tutor. But the remaining five brandies could be made to yield a Hundred fold to the intended journalist if pursued by a specie Post graduate course under the intelligent guidance of the Learned professor. It is reasonable on the very face of things that a profession Wlinich has now come to stand on a level in .Mi Ortance with these which have so Long monopolized tie Field As the Quot Oliree Learned professions Quot should require some professional training on the part of those who enter it. Must the Man whose business it is to look after the interests of his neighbors jackets be required to prepare himself for his work in some special school for the study of the Law and shall he whose business it is to influence the social in Litreal and moral opinions of men be required to make no special preparation for so serious a work undoubtedly the Best preparation for the journalist is a thorough general education for which nothing else can be a substitute. But super added to this should. Be the special training which makes a Man master of his profession. Or. Kid hardly touches Union one other thing which after All is the most important in the whole category of qualifications possessed by the True journalist and that is his a personal character. In our View the last person in the world who should think of adopting the profession of journalism is he whose moral character is not above All reproach and who has no sacred convictions of either Honor truth or duly. If the preacher and the Quot teacher Are under the strongest obligations to be pure in life and upright in purpose not less so is the editor who in Large measure a preacher and teacher combined. We Are glad to see that or. A eid does Stop to censure those conscience less bohemians who after the manner of lawyers Are ready to advocate a by Side of. Any question irrespective of their private belief provided the forthcoming fee is correspondingly ample. Or. Bid has done a valuable service to the profession by holding up so worthy an Ideal for the attainment of the future Jour Nal and journalist while the practical suggestiveness the terse style and Manly spirit of his entire article Are worthy of All Praise. All who read this admirable lecture and we Hope every editor in the land will do so will look with new interest at the Tribune since this Chevalier Bayard of modern journalism has for the time being become its responsible editor in chief. Is it the earliness of the season or a Lack of interest in the cause which makes the demand for White hats so Dull in this Sec tilt a it. It seems to be the latter for after diligent inquiry we can find Only three republicans not relates to the Cincinnati Convent a of who have any sympathy with the White hat business. And we have yet to discover the first be publican paper in Indiana which even winks toward the Liberal ticket. We Are aware that the Chicago thl me counts the Terre haute Gaza a among the be pub incan papers which Bele that All Modem Wisdom and Are embalmed Naderan old White ii fat. But then the i Bune s eyes have been so full of motes lately that it frequently Nii stakes Trees for men just Blind of old mistook men for Trees. Quot Quot but be Niibu can Irinio daring 4ie past two Yean had set Down the Terry Hatfie Goa if a a a publican a a ave l Een i Otei either for his Igor and or his stupidity. The i Bune is hereby a Csc do a Wever on the ground that it is lawful for drown ing men to clutch at straws. Midale candidate in the Field for presi-1 Dent. For fear that the Reader Nuiya lose i sight of the numerous seekers for the office of chief magistrate we give the list i is far As heard from As follows Daniel Pratt Peri Pattie Icoria Francis train Indeli Munt. James Black Sci Speraneo. Fudge David Davis labor reformer Horace Precley Protection ail Taco Trade. Victoria c. W Ooi Hull woman ii Frake. If there Are any candidates in lie held who Are neglected in this list we shall be glad to add their names. With All due respect for or. Daniel to Flat who we be m Itti Woltti to Lieve is the oldest candidate in nomination j x in cd j j la o in u \ Sci j we May be allowed to say that the Josiv n a i pout is entirely .Mi it Arial in its regard j for the . And will do exact jus uni Nici Jtj a Tice to All going so Lar even As to refrain like Sest Baumb aha ii Ellen from any of opinion As whose claims on the support of the country Are the strongest. sauce. For family Usk the Halford Leicestershire made in any part of the world journals and journalists. I or that was Wise Enterprise on the part of the editor of Aibner Sammy in securing for its pages Whit a bid s most intelligent Thomaj Toul and vigorous lecture on to Omalis there ought to be More lectures of a similar kind in every Community from men who Are masters by both study and experience of the special subject on which they essay to speak. For example there is in every Community some lawyer who could speak with interest and profit to the Public on the study and practice of Law some banker on finance and the general use of Money some physician on the practical and neglected Laws of health some literary a Cleolar on the Goi Etal use of books some practical educator on 4he i it resent need of certain educational reforms and so on. A the american beg Lei at Paris gives a big and we have not doubt deserved puff of John m. Francis our minister to Greece for he is an editor. A Bichard Edwards the Chicago directory publisher whose printing office is at Aurora is understood to Prowse a weekly paper the Fox i incr press supporting Greeley. A Duluth has now two new Spajic both daily the Tribune six inns and the Herald eight columns. Each concern is doing its utmost to starve out the other. A Charles Beade subscribes for Sis american journals which he says far exceed the English papers in Point of news. He keeps them on Wilc and occasionally Loiuis a plot in one of them for a novel. A people Are not allowed to throw away new spa jars in the streets of Council in Luis lest they should scare tic horses. So what a Man should do were he to buy a courier journal there it ijupo.=.iblc to Chicago Post. A the Lockport tii, notices a Bat i take Quot of an employee in that Thuc we Quot was the Happy recipient of a i a i Tirril eleven Pound daughter a True Quot Type Quot of a Well Quot justified Quot Quot form Quot bearing a Quot full face Quot and a go ii Quot proof Sheet Quot for other typos to Coji. A the Chicago evening Juu Ruul we Are free to maintain is the Only administration paper in the City that is Lorili its sul if iou Price Aud its circulation we believe is somewhat greater than that of All the other Grant organs put together. But the Jou Nuil is an Over sanguine diaper and we regret to say that it sometimes gets things strangely Fri Bune. A the election of or. Quot Whitelaw kid editor of the new York Tribune to the presidency of the Lotus club of new York is not Only a deserved compliment to a Brilliant and rapidly risen journalist but it is a significant event in the policy of that Well known club. The organization was originally one of artists and journalists mainly but the introduction of a Large commercial element had lately threaten to Overslaugh the originators of the club and cause its disruption. From the election of or. Reid it is to a be inferred that the journalists hive Tribune. La Lluu use. Pints. 1-2 pints .50 cents .130 Quot for Sale by All s reminiscences. The Hunion of preside nut c Ani pain Lack borne Greeley s Imp pm bin Quot a Prentice urm. B. Conway to Oman r. San Humli my of Bra. From the Washington sunday Chr Aiele apr identical election always has its cynic Side and if some of our bookmakers would study the newspapers of the time a mass of genuine wit and humor could be collected. The songs of the period the jokes the travesties the satire would fill volumes. Franklin would have Oviade a splendid campaigner with his keen sarcasm and his homely phrases but he died before the close of Wasington s first Terni april 1790and before he cd uld realize the passions and prejudices that after a entered into these quadrennial struggles. A the libels of Freneau the fierce invectives of Cobbet the Short paragraphs of John Binns All of them first Spring clothing. Elegant Spring suits stylish spr�on6 overcoats. -at-1 Joseph Clarks elegant new rooms. Corner East Berry and Clinton ets. Commission merchants Detroit Market report from amp and a. Botsford. Commission merchants dealers in Lour , seeds i>re.�3ed hons. In. Cash a Ilvan Ces on Cou new York eie hinge remitted at Rar to City Clef or we. Brice a a co., a Sekal commission merchants no. 23 South Wateu-st., Piisila. Flour grail seeds Aphis Wiesand provisions n. 1. Hayes Wjk co., produce commission merchants Fob the Purchase ask of flour Grain seeds Wool ashes provisions butter eggs dried fruits Beans poultry dressed loss in their season amp a. Dealers in Salt fish pork beef. Water Lime land Piaster amp a. Office and warehouse 82 Watier so Tolease o. Harness Ati lion Lake Lars Liob Sequen keepers l. Traub Ilam tic oi.dcm1 Hak Nesis Suoi in fort aunt keeps the largest the Best a a the cheapest a of harness saddles trunks collars whips amp a iwo genteel gentleman can afford to Bat Tais clothes made at any other place in fori Wayne. A Confert. Fort Wayne machine works appearing in Philadelphia would interest the country if they could be reproduced to Day. Large Dennison Prentice was the Prospect of a split in the Baltimore convention Over the re nomination of the Cincinnati ticket is by no Means Dull. According to the Cincinnati enquirer about one Liaf the democratic members of Congress Are emphatically in favor of greedy and the other half Are just As emphatically opposed to him. Ashen Gresk meets greek Quot Etc. The probability is that tie supplemental article to the treaty will be adopted by the Senate in a slightly modified form from that presented by Earl Granville. So it is to be hoped. Personal and political. Or. Reid says Quot the great need of Newa papers is not so much Good writers As Good editors Quot hence he enumerates the lowing eight branches which he thinks might be profitably included in a course of study in a school of journalism Wlinich might form a separate department in a University either for under or poet graduates i Iris a Miniute history of party politics cond the general history of the world Aiti Colaizy the history of civilization from the pens of such men As go idiot de Toufi Aevie and buckle Forth the fundamental principles of common and International Law i fish i it Lotical Economy with special refer ence to of taxation Rankinjr Carie Aej Aad it amp Hal debts Sisia that the pig fat enforce toil Iona by go mid Kmon iii the Tenika the Modem languages especially German a a. Gratz Brown Learned to write his name in the Middle while at College. A the report that the editor of the Baltimore Atn Eriean in oppose to the nomination of Grant is emphatically denied by that paper. A or. Milton Crandall of port Jarvis n. J., loved his sister Clarissa aged 17, very dearly. They never thought the Shotgun was Post. A Long John Wentworth now for Greeley is accused of having once denounced talk philosopher As Quot a muck minded slovenly cows Between a Yam and a Cylinder a a citizen of Sycamore 111., chased a striped cat Quot Quot out of his House the other Day. He buried his clothes immediately after and his wife went away on a visiting tour the next Day. A an item has been going the rounds that a sister of vice president Colfax is Lighthouse keeper at Michigan City with a salary of $250 per year the lady is not a sister but a Cousin of the vice pres ident. A judge Field of the supreme court tells his democratic friends that while he would have been glad to have supported either Davis or Chase As Between Greeley and Grant he shall vote for Grant. A a. G. Sings plaintively with red Bandanna of american silk at his eyes for when i think of what i am and we amp to i used to was i think i thrower myself away without sufficient cause Quot a in Georgia the other Day. I. Chas. Money Worth was married to miss Annie e. By. Having got his bread Charles said he did t want any but her while the Bride averred that she had Lier Money Worth and was perfectly satisfied. All in Frenena and a atty the Principi est Chicago is All agog Over a notable wedding which is soon to take place preparations for which Are now being made on a very Large scale. Miss Sheldon a Beautiful and accomplished Young lady of that City a to wed the Hon. We. P. White House eldest son of the Bishop of Illinois. The is Dodiuk will take place this month at st. Peter s Cathedral Bishop Whitehouse dating. Tie new York emiling poit says the action of the democratic Branch of the woman s suffrage party on Friday puts another or How ver the Prince of this style of writ beginning As the editor of the Louis a court ruin 1831, he soon became a Host in the opposition to Jackson Van Burn Polk and other democratic presi dents and his epigrams Bright and Slarp often bordering on the severest person Ali ties were far More the heavy columns of his editorial foes Duff Green Shad Penn Francis p. Blair and Thomas Ritchie. And yet while he could sting like a Hornet he could sing like a Nightingale. It is not often that one who distilled such venom into his paragraphs could exhale so much Sweet fragrance from his Ima. To had a rougher written win. Way the editor of a Little democratic papa called the Mountaineer printed in Cambria county Pennsylvania who threw off some of the finest party songs and repartee of his time. To or. Greeley however must be assigned the Post of Honor in making this sort of literature an Clec tic weapon in presidential elections. He started the log. Cabin in 1s40 to Aid in the election of Harrison and Tyler and threw such Force and variety into it that it soon ran into an immense circulation and became the basis of the Tribune established in 1841. A file of the log Cabin would be Choice now that or. Greeley is himself a candidate for the highest of flick in the nation Aad might be a Model and guide to these who desire to make merry at the Mio Sophir a expense. From this example grew an army of of both sides. Greeley s followers Sung themselves hoarse for Tippecanoe and Tyler too. And the Van Bure nites roared for their favorite in the famous ditty beginning when this old hat was Weir Van by Tran was Tho Man. Living men who saw those Days will not forget the monster parades of the whigs after the Maine election in 1840, when they chorused the popular refrain opening and ending with of Bare Yea Hoard Tho news Frem Maine Maine Maine a lesson not lost upon the democrats four years after when they took up the Saine song and thundered it Back upon the a pigs who lost Maine in tie fall elections and the presidency in Ghenov Piber following. Tammany Hall came Forth in a tumultuous delirium making night hideous with exulting iteration. The elections Ftp 1840 and 1844 were far More exciting than any of previous years excepting always that of general Jackson in 1832, and the amount of speaking and writing was prodigious. All the Best Talent of those talking times was out William Allen Thomas h. Benton Silas Wright Andrew Stevenson Robert j. Walker James Buchanan Daniel s. Dickinson c. C. Cambreleng George w. Barton for the democrats Webster Choate w. C. Preston s. S. Prentiss Thomas Marshall for the whigs called out fearful crowds whose Glees and shouts rang from Maine to Georgia in response to the humor and invective of their orators and organs. Thomas Marshall s celebrated speech at Nashville in 1844, against Polk contained an allusion to old Hickory alien at the Hermitage and even at his great age inspiring his hosts of friends which ought not to be lost. I quote from memory. It is a trifle irreverent but there is a spice in it Liat shows How freely we treated our idols a generation ago Quot what a career has been Tjit of Andrew Jackson a career of Success by brutal self will. No impediment stood in his Way. If he saw and fancied a pretty woman even though she was another Man s wife he took Possession of her. If he entered a horse at a race he frightened or cockeyed his comic editor. If he was opposed by an Independent Man he crushed him. He saw the country prosperous under the Bank of the United states and shattered it from Turret to foundation Stone. His Rule has been ruin to this people his counsel full of calamity. And now when he is. Approach King his last hours when Good men Are praying that he May be punished for his Many misdeeds he turns presbyterian and cheats the Devil the War called out Alood of witty songs and speeches and much line poetry and prose in both sections Only a portion of which has formed several Volu Tifis of Frank Floore s invaluable Quot rebellion record Quot but peace has made us less sentimental. Our satire now takes the shape of caricature. The photograph and the printed picture supplant the paragraph and the pal Node. Harper and Frani scr lit Ibaugh at their adversaries through grotesque illustrations and millions Are satisfied or irritated by sarcasm that needs no prose to strengthen and no poetry to . H. Manuf Estorer of steam engines fluid or tabular All Sixes. Saw amp grist Mill machinery and Mill furnish Ike q0�d8. Sole agents for Judson s celeb rated steam governors and Stillwell amp. I secs s Patent Heater and Lime extractors. Car wheels Clilly a Tyrom Risconi Ollic la a Lucra ind All Kiuda of Railroad amp car castings Cui Lilin co Luuis grates mailings &c., made to order. Engines boilers and general machinery . Competent still Wrights always on hand to furnish drafts and specifications and Svor intend putting us it our Mills. Special attention is called to oar Lino of Wood working machinery consisting in part of wis ill s improved spoke and axe badge laths. Four a saw stave cutters Reading Jointers equalizing saws it to Kiawu m to desc la Iccy. Buggy harness Sig. S20. S2o and $100. Farmer s Pouble Hamm s22 and upwards. Saddles $5 and upwards whips Doc to �0. Linen horse covers and upwards. Collars $1.25 and upwards. Horse crashes 25c an upwards Trznki $1.50 and upwards. Satchels 55e and upwards rept iring done to order. All goods warranted to be Good. Remember Tho place 901-2 Coltjmbia-st., opposite Morgan a Beach. To thou a pleasant Baidins Sites. Hoop skirt factory. The spr�n6 season fairly opened Jet the hoop skirt factory Ixo. Is Sast Oulu iii it a st. Obj a Stock is com Pletti millinery goods fancy goods notions laces trimmings parasols White goods amp a. Boon Ltd shoes. New firm new goods Low pm esi no. 16 w. Main.st., Beck iii to Esta bushed. No goods except those of the Best manufacture will be sold to consist of ladies misses and childrens shoes and waiters no Hoot it sold except those of Home .mi-.nufaetures, All of which Are made under the immediate super Viii a of Imp. Humphrey who has supplied the Best dealers in this City for the Isit ten years. Men a boys and youths boots Twenty live per cent cheaper than they have been furnished by any other hons in this City for the lat five year. Our motto will be Quot a fort Wayne made Boot As cheap As Eastern work Call and see us at to 16 West wayncst., sign of the fort Wayne Boot and shoe manufactory. We would Call attention to the fact that we Are the Only one Price Minnert and Fang goods icon six the Orty. New goods received daily by express the no. 15 East Columbia st. Dry goods. opening Spring opening Frank amp thanhouser oif the 6reat Western dry 600ds House. We arc cd Jenig now one of the finest and Best selected Stock of dress goods Silki and Domestic 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. I Wmk at on advertisements daily and Yoa will find the different classes of goods Are offered at Rcd oed rates. Kay Silks $1.50 per Yard sold in All the rest of the a Tores at $2.50. Black a nonce silk the Best in the world at Pular prices. A fall line of coloured Silks inn handsome i Hall amp Humphrey. Ftp Mons. On the Corner of main jail Harrison streets during the spbin6 months we will furnish the Veky Bikit a apples a Ota Tooh Waii decl i Niit i icicle a vice of a a which the Market affords. Hoige table butter the finest brands of Ding All the latest shades. A Jin of Dolly Varden Sall kinds of st Gilt Enterprise. #300,000 Missouri sme lonely. Legalized by Stato authority and drawn in Public in st. Louis. Guid single a Renber Schenc. 50,000 numbers. Claim n. To be a rain Atay 31, �is73. 51880 prizes amounting to $300,000. 1 prize of. 1 prize of. 1 prize of. 1 prize of. 20 prizes of. 20 prizes of. 40 prizes of. .$30, 600 prizes of. S 10013,450 9 prizes of. 1,00010,000 9 prizes of. 500. 7,500 9 prizes of. 300 5,000 i prizes of. 250 2,500 so prizes of. 200 1,000 36 prizes of. 150 a Foo 380 prizes of. 100 540 5,000 prizes of. 10 Choice Bui Idi lots Ifor. So a on Broadway we hate Laid off and now have for Sale Twenty Cloice building i<ot8, of the East Side of Broadway Jost Softli of the f., it. W. A c. R.,and West of the Wabash round Honse on a that known a the Oid Pritchard place Tea Eliot Are biota and pleasant and the Soll is a Rieb Gravelly Loam. A. Bot i it b. Bold we. I pm Iivo. Ins,�velear8 for dimming Etc. A full amp be of pop is at 15, 20, and 30c per Yard plaids for childrens dresses at 20 to 40c. Japanese Silks japanese Silks a full line in All different shades for 70c and upwards 500 life sent pieces of Dren goods including the latest makes. Our f Aney of oods i it department 8 Complete handsome bows scarfs for ladies a full line of ribbons splendid embroidered White skirts for $1.00 we sell the beet White stockings for 25c in the Coan try 1000 different styles of shawls All popular makes including the finest ottoman lace Points lace Jacques and a iii and Complete assortment of White goods laces embroider is handkerchiefs. Skis boy s . Cotto Nades linens Etc a full line of ladies Linea suits children s suits. Give us a. Caul. Frank to thanhouser no. 7 Keystone Block port Wayne ind. Co Fites and spices fort Matoi druggist. W. F. Wooster amp co s dig st i j Cor. Main do Ca Boun its. Drugs and fancy goods perfumes toilet a amp Tigles of All kinds and All . Trusses shoulder braces amp supporters a specially Lall Aksi Stock in City c i a m s the finest brands and lowest prices in the Vity. Carve xes a fall. W. F. Wooster to the people Coffee Jih Hamilton a co., in o. 30 of into in Stjan meet manufacturers of All kinds of pure spies boasted amp a Roubid coffees Mustard Cream tartar and baking powders. We roast and a kind prime Bio Jara i a Viayra Aud Airai Cabo coffees Aud solicit the fat courage of the Trade who dealer Ebest goods ii the 9iarket. Ask rot na91ii.t01ff a roasted and ground coffees Alili 8pice8r Jet , and orow Rte of All kinds ant kept Leonsu Atlys a Baad. Node amp bog Hill 1 Java non Otoe. 20 prizes of. 20 prizes of. 40 prizes of. Tickets $10. Half tickets quarters $2.50. $5. Est our lotteries Are chartered by the state arc always drawn at the time and All drawings arc under Tho supervision of sworn commissioners. Sir the official draw Iok will be published in the st. Louis papers and a copy gent to purchasers of tickets. Eur we will draw a similar scheme the last Day of every month during the year 1872. Ess remit at our risk by Post office Money orders registered letter draft or express. Send for a circular. Address Murray Miller to co. Post office Box 244g. St. Louis. To. Medical. Of the West Al Broadway drug store a. C. Keel proprietor. Keeps constantly on hand a Mangni cent assortment of Beautiful and useful French. Eng ish German and american cures Beury Glia. This most valuable c0mi 0und discovered by medical science is for the Imra Edisto Relief and premature cure of neuralgia. It is used by Tho most prominent physician in the United states. A few drops applied externally gives instant Relief without Tho slightest injury to the system. Sold by All druggists. E. F. Cronin .tco., Laboratory 511 a sixth Street. St. Louis perfumes soaps pomade coat. Ano Coke. Bass amp Smith dealers is Lehigh is Kawanna Loughl Byheny Blacksmith and Cannel Coal port monies hair oils Cigar cases. Also. Faint Aud hair Brudies candles and tobacco Coal Mead Aud kerosene Oil. All kufis of Patent Midi club. Clioiee.1 and purest medicinal Vics and Lii nors. A soda Fountain of the nicest fruit syrups is playing Day Aud night. Everything at the ii West prices come and see How it is yourself. Fulu Asunio Root Moderwell amp Fowler Spring and summer underwear Josien s China Cotton shirts. White Merino summer suits men s super wite Lisie thread shirts trouser fitting Jean drawers Calhoun Aud Berry streets. Uteri Meister Becker a Bond building contractors and dealers is Bill Dlug Stone Murble and Era Nile Blant Lea grated a main it Fulton-sts., , or House por Alu Mes ass Peddus lbs. A action less in Artim a Lauis to dispose of powr Nike mems so Psi my Ean a Enre room had set a the jul Boiz amp Aib oboe or the lab est House in Indiana Huestis a Hamilton a mincers 83 and 85 Conj Tibia Street we Call the Atten tili of the Trade to our immune Stock. Cak biases. A a a Cmrk am factory and War Ahnise. Stockholder s meeting. North of Cathedral no. 11 East Jefferson st. We Are prepared to make Fine carriages. Spring wagons omnibuses Street cars Coffee. 1,000scmdcm. Rio la Guarra Maracaibo . Jain. Is Agapie ground and coasted Hummel Esmee a. Miscellaneous. Ten car Load of assorted wooden Ware. Starch Vin a shot Tea cans canned fruits nuts Cord and Kop fish spices amp a. Tobacco is. The largest Stock in the Quot West. Dark Sweet plug of All styles. Bright Rug Fine Cut and smoking 1 cigars at manufacturer s prices j we Are the sole proprietors of the Cele i rated Quot Ilad Anthony Wayne Tobac sugars. So Niider. Sii Frai m r 500 barn Cut loaf crashed powdered granulated a. Sugar b. Sugar . Segar a. B. And sex. A a yellow new Orlean deme Rara Porto Rico Cuba Qari Fiertl Mug Covada. Syrups and molasses 1,000 barrels White sii ver or ii a. Golden drips Yama cart ber sew Orleans molasses Musco Vada. Teas. 500 Ila i Quot Choist. Young Hyson Hyson Imperial Gunpowder Oblong cocoons Japan amp a. Auburn cards. A lir Orneys or it. Dil at la Torney at Law and notary Mablie. Oliie a main-st., Over Davis s hardware store to on promptly Atta led to notice is hereby Criven that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the fort Wayne. Muncie i Cincinnat Trail Road commit any will to held it the Cinco of a Aid company in Muncie. Delaware county Indiana on wednesday Tho fifth 5th Day of june 1872, for the purpose of electing eleven directors for said company for the Ensins ear and for the transaction of such other Lou siness As May be brought before them. The books for Tho Transfer of Stock will be closed for May 25tb, until after the election. Polls will to open Froais 9 o clock a. M., to 3 o clock p. by order of the Board of directors. W. N. Hart. Secretary. And every kind of a ,.ol the Best material finest and most durable styles and for the lowest prices. To have skillful work Aon employed and can duplicate the styles an4 prices of Paatero manna stories. The Publio is total to examine oar work. s.h�,in&00. Especial attention is invited to candies of our own manufacture which Are All Yor prices with the addition Only of freight. All orders promptly and Foith my filled

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