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Fort Wayne Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 2, 1887, Fort Wayne, Indiana A in to u. Juju berate our a Quot store Vili be Glose monday 4 a Jap to. Wanted w anted a Man Good character seeking employment who is villing to work for advancement. He will be required to Tranbao business in his Section for an enter prisoner reliable new York House. Must be a worker without fastidious notions. I to $90 a month. Permanent Box 1590, new York. June-k3-lm. Text anted an Active energetic ambitious Vav woman Over 25 years age to represent a test Onsbie House in her own locality Kef frences demanded. Steady position. §50 to $60 a month. E. Do Angellis manager 27 Warren St., Nav York. June i i pm. Wanted lady Active and intelligent to represent in her own i cavity Anol firm. References required. Permanent position and Good salary. E. J. Johnson manager 12 Barclay St., n. To handle Wil. Map the United , Etc., size 6.5x65 inches. E. W. Smith amp co., 30 South sixth Street Philadelphia a. 9-2m. Tit a to Jet >-6eneral agent to Lara Obj a Copper plate a por rent. Quot Ijiro ten rooms. No 4fi Ujj West Wayne Street. Inquire at 54 West Wayne Street. To. Lob. rooms. Inquire at no. Stu Rorls Street. 2s-2t Lor rooms 3rd Story at 55 e. Main St. Enquire m. Glynn. 28-4t dior House no. 284 West Jelf Ereon Street. Inquire Georg Ortlieb 18 Street. To to Orr to october 1st. A 1887, Laurent property. Nos. 29 and 31 Barr Eti to. Enquire w. P. Breen. J Une-2 3m. For Sale. Fat a Sale fixtures consisting counter sideboard Mirror and refrigerator. Will Exchange for Brood roadster bicycle in part payment. Address lock Box 884, Portland. Ind. Or Sale five houses cheap for Cash. Gallon . Jones 26 court Street. Be Home Lahe mince meat Saita Tooa chix l�otatoe8 rare candies fewest Bunch raisins new nuts canned asparagus Gotha Traffie sausage pi4um pudding. Cook no wines. Pm key a grocery 80 Calhoun Street. i a a elite Bronze Hono hts Are Beautiful and do not decay like Stone. Investigate before Piliro having. Longacre amp co., no. 40 far Olson Street port Wayne ind. Jan-10 Damp wet. Ill Stopp a free a . A a insane pm win restored a a i beat nerve restorer r�tfbbam4tktevbdlsltasas. On suit a Quot a a fut Etc. A Ken As direct Etc. Tomim us a trial bottle twin gentlemen i three extraordinary Busy weeks in june still the Supply is not exhausted for we expected in Advance. The wonderful demand for our tailor made suits shows what Merit and intrinsic value will accomplish. Many our customers who have heretofore been the victims High priced tailors have heralded the news far and near and the result shows the Wisdom their actions for both they and their friends Wear our tailor made suits. Will you investigate ? will you Call and see the finest and Best tailor made suits at retail ? a in fancy opera flannels a up Njoes a Serges Camel hair a drap a Etc., Etc., show largest assortment. Sam fete k Mai fashionable purveyors. Dail a Seip tii a stub Dat. July 2, �1887. The City news. This is the Woodcock season. Miss Eva Nelson is visiting relatives in Chicago. Or. Will Parry went to Mansfield o., this morning. Or. E. G. Lippes Toledo is in the City to locate. The county commissioners will meet next tuesday. Mrs r. W. Fox East Wayne Street is regaining her health. Shortly Mem no atm is i a Trot in the Pennington works will arrange to run night and Day. Judge Robert Lowry will shortly open a Law office in the Foster Block. Judge a. A. Chapin returned from Ann Arbor University last night. The county and City offices will close next monday to observe the fourth. Or. R. Evan Fleet a snoops Seal Lafayette travelling Salesman is visiting his friends in this City. The City commissioners have been called out to open an Alley Between Hanna and Force Street. Or. J. D. Coyle the dentist will shortly open an office Over Goldsmiths jewelry store Calhoun Street. Prof. R. A. Wallenstein a former fort Wayne musician is giving a series concerts in Michigan towns. Or. Henry Beuret the Bright account ant for Coombs life co., left last evening for Detroit to celebrate the fourth. John Rodabaugh Jim Wilkinson and Fred Schmueckle bid in most the grand Central hotel furniture yesterday . Tony Trentman has under con Side ration the erection a five instead a four Story Brick Block adjoining the Aveline House. The East end euchre club will celebrate the fourth by giving a fire works display at the Corner olay and Berry streets in the evening. Or. Chas. A. Dagan a graduate the fort Wayne m. E. Co Loepfe has been chosen superintendent the de Oater ind., Public schools. The Cleveland Catholic Knight prints a picture . John b. Monning supreme treasurer the knights St. John and concludes with a sketch his he. The Gamewell fire alarm company have submitted a proposition to equip the City with a police Telephone alarm. The system contemplates a patrol Wagon. The Sentinel acknowledges the receipt this card a Daniel Mcdonald Lillie m. Brackett married at Roch Ltd Ter Indiana june 20th, 1887, at Home Plymouth the fifty seventh Indiana regiment which our townsman a. L. Kerwood is regimental historian will hold its annual reunion at Richmond october 11 and 12. Craft amp Wiegand were yesterday awarded the contract to do the Carpenter and Wood work the Liong Pixley Block. They did similar work the Trentman Block under contract from Hon. We. Fleming. Yesterday Deputy United states collector George Ohneck stamp clerk Louis Schroder and United states Gauger e. R. Sweet returned from Lawrenceburg and Kokomo. They will continue to hold their present positions under collector Hunter. The Centlivre Street railway is rapidly approaching the City. The line is Well constructed and will be As substantial As a Railroad line. Or. Edwin Evans is in charge the construction and his experience insures the Best work. The line will pay for itself in two years. Or. Tom Greer . The misses Anna and Edith Fairfield and miss Mattie Leonard leave to Day for Toledo Detroit and Mackinaw. At Detroit they meet supt. And mrs. George Felts and then the party begin their tour concluding at the meeting the National association teachers at Chicago. At the last regular meeting the Allen county Bible society the following officers were elected president . W. T. Furguson vice president. W. E. Griffith treasurer f. D. Paulis Secretary h. O. Schrader. The society is in Good condition and Are doing a Noble work in placing the bibles among the families the county. The depository the society is at no. 46 Harrison Street and bibles and testaments can be secured there by All persons desiring them at Cost. Well bound bib tie can be had for 30 e�nt0 stud testaments for 5 cents. The is supported by a Fotis to a p a these Iraq no Pounee Louft Tus morning. The soap Man held Down the Publio Sunaie a alone last night. Fiss i it Ena Manok Ohio ago is in the Oiler the guest i relatives. Or. Sim Manrin the Archit to. Is at a Fialo the guest his Best girl. Miss Eittie Eckert left this morning for Dayton Ohio to visit friends. Or. Pete Smyser left this morning to join his family at Meohan Rosborg. O. The sewer Barr Street in amp ont . M. Oody a residence saved in this morning. Or. W. H. Myers was called to la Grige this morning to relieve a Case poisoning. A Large plate Glass 27x38 was broken in the b. B. Y. M. 0. A. Bath rooms yesterday. The Farmers Are in the Harvest Fields and the City had an unusually deserted air for saturday. The Huntington Herald says Quot mrs. Will a. Zeller left yesterday for a Short visit in fort the Post office will be open from 9 to 10 a. M. Monday july 4. There will be no Street delivery. Mrs. Lepperd the seventh Ward was arraigned before Justice Byan for provoking Caroline Hahn. Isadore and Max Pottlitzer leave for Chicago this evening with a View enjoying a ten Days vacation. The patriotic Young american is now Happy. He sees Only one Day Between him and the fourth july. Mrs. E. W. Lewis is entertaining her sister mrs. W. Bechtel Lafayette at her Home West Washington Street. The business menus Exchange adjourned Over the fourth and Mil not meet until a week from monday night. J. W. Cromwell and g. W. Fowler left this morning for Decatur to be present at the Temperance Jubilee which is being held in that City. The Kendallville Standard says a mrs. Chapin fort Wayne was in the City yesterday. She was her Way Home from Toledo where she had been the Market this morning was one the largest the season and the wagons the Farmers with All kinds country produce filled the Market space from Washington to Berry streets. W. S. Of Bourke went North this morning the grand rapids to meet mrs. Of Bourke who has been attending the Semi Centennial Celebration the Ann Arbor University at that City. The Aker Street sewer emits a very Peculiar effluvia. One the Triplet children . Oscar Nettlehorst died last night. We. Lamb fort Wayne has leased the City hotel at Paulding Ohio. Mrs.�?~0. C. Casterline went to Richmond to Day to spend the fourth with friends. Or. Harman Bopa Terre haute is in the City and will remain until tree Day visiting friends. Charley Back the Foreman the sat a Zeitung is rejoicing to Day Over the arrival a girl baby at his House Foiw morning. Prof. Dirkes Toledo the mesmerism who gave a weeks entertainment at the Academy at one time is in the Eity visiting his Mother. Or. Morris Cody recalls the greatest feat in baby fanning recorded in local history. It is that mrs. John Motherwell gave birth to six children in three years. The first being triplets. Bev. Father Shriver Antwerp and . Frank Moran the St James theological Seminary Cleveland o., Are in the City visiting . Sam. Kelker 46 East Jefferson Street. To Morrow will be the third anniversary the organization the b. B. Y. M. G. A. In this City and appropriate and interesting exercises will be held in their rooms in the afternoon. Gustave Tresselt the son Charles Tresselt has finished his studies at the Concordia University at St. Louis and accepted a Call to become the pastor Eliza Brenton has sold to m. H. Mendenhall lot 35, Ninde a addition for $1,800 Rebecca s. Brown has sold to Mary e. Mclachlan lots 52 and 62, Northside addition and lot 5, Ayres addition for 84,000. We Are in receipt a copy Carrie Johnson morgans first novel entitled a mistaken the manner in which the author treats her characters and the True to life Story the Book we i edict this her first venture a great Success. The Northern Indiana evangelical lutheran Church sunday school closed an interesting session in Antioch Church at Hoagland this county last thursday. Sunday school topics were discussed and the following officers elected president Bev. J. M. Barnett treasurer Bev. L. S. Keyser Secretary Bev. D. B. Herrold. To Day is a sad and memorable one in the history the nation because it recalls with vivid distinctness the tragic shooting president Garfield by the Assassin Guiteau which took place the morning july 2, 1881, As he was about to leave the City with mrs. Garfield for a few weeks summer recreation. The Monroeville Breeze says c. A. Nill received word by Telegraph sunday announcing the death his sister Matilda Nill at her Home in fort Wayne. He left tuesday evening to be present at the funeral. Miss Nill has been afflicted for Many years but she bore All her trials with Christian fortitude. She had Many friends Here who deeply mourn her Engineer c. S. Brackenridge fort Wayne was in town last monday surveying the i. O. O. F., cemetery located the Wass farm South . Williams and brother prominent citizens fort Wayne and sons the late Jesse l. Williams were in town tuesday important business. The appointment Charles s. Hayes As general manager the Wabash Western railway was a genuine Surprise to railway officials hereabouts and Many them Are still inclined to think there is some mistake about it. The haste with which it was done the announcement being made before the late general manager was buried was unprecedented and the comparative Lack known ability the appointee led to this sep racism. Or. Hayes is known a an excellent private Secretary but a an operator traffic official his record is an unknown Quantity. He has never attended a general meeting lines had any hand in the direction affairs except in carrying out the orders . Talmage and while he May be entirely capable is so that knowledge is confined to a Small Circle. The Decatur Democrat says a Jonathan Houston returned from fort Wayne monday afternoon sick and de ciliated from Over work in making some repairs his property there. As he stepped off the train he fell skinned his face and bruised his Back. He was taken into the grand rapids and Indiana railway depot where remained several hours until he could recover sufficiently to walk refusing to be carried do v. N in the Transfer bus for fear it would Cost something. He was carried to his room Over one his business rooms second Street. He has no relatives Here and always lived by himself living cheese and crackers and one the most filthy beings in dress in the City. No one Ever visited his room account the stench. This morning the health authorities employed two men to buy new bed clothing Bedstead and clothing for himself and then burned the contents his room to destroy the stench. They employed a Man to attend him during his sickness his recovery being very doubtful it is said he has worn a suit clothes for Twenty years they being Patch upon Patch now. He made Whiat few garments he had. He did his own washing. He boasts his Board and clothing costing him Only $23 a year. He made his Start in Calif omit in 1849. He owns valuable property in Decatur and fort Wayne and is Worth $50,000. He did not Onnive his injuries a congregation at Detroit Mich. It was pretty hot this morning before the Thunder storm and the Mercury Hov ered about the yesterday the thermometer registered 94 degrees in the Shade and thursday it marked 93 degrees. Thomas j. Gibney was sent to the St. Joe Hospital yesterday. He did not survive but a few hours and this morning he was numbered with the dead. His wife died last May and their four children Are left to be cared for at the orphan Asylum. Or. John e. Boss the local passenger and ticket agent the Pittsburg and fort Wayne Road is a very agreeable gentleman. He will add to the popularity the rot id since he is Given exclusive jurisdiction the office and can do More to make Warsaw a successful resort than any Man in the Railroad service. Mrs. Overly died last night at her hut near Tagtmeyer a saw Mill. The deceased and her husband had Long been supported by the township but the old Man said nothing about his wife a illness until her death was a foregone conclusion. Overly said his wife did not want a doctor any Medicine. Albert z. Foster one the graduates the High school and son col. D n. Foster leaves wednesday next for new Bedford mass there to Start a ninety Day fishing cruise to Cape cod . Foster has been in ill health for some time and expects Relief in the bust fishing sport and the seas. The following building permits have been granted to William f. Miller to erect an addition to his House lot 20 county addition to Cost $20 to Christ Doenges to baud a one Story Frame House an lot 3, steins addition to Cost $390 to Jacob alter to repair his House lot 677, Hannah a addition to Cost $75. The North Side Lake project is talked up in business circles and it is proposed to make fort Wayne an excursion Point for Northern Indiana. The City owns Twenty five acres ground the North Side. It is proposed by we. Fleming and others to convert that area into a Lake bringing the water a level with the feeder canal and then to construct a Park and drive All around the water Way this is to Cost the City its citizens nothing save the land used for a Lake and for that gift the City will receive a free water Supply and free water Power to pump and do anything it pleases with if this scheme is promptly consummated the City will not need to buy a new $15, 000 engine while the ultimate saving fuel and machinery not to mention the water Supply is something beyond calculation. A look at this project from any Light and it is a Bonanza for the City Semi month lir dividends divided with our patrons. Bead the names the Happy ones list valuable gifts presented our friends the past two weeks Thos. Telly 13 Williams Street j. A. By All Aboite township a. Dancer Auburn ind. D. Gibson Marion township Hehry Huckman 211 East Washington Street Victor suebird new Haven ind. Newberry Moore Wayne township j. L. Courdway Little Biver dredge company Fred Wisener Maples ind. Chas. Parr West fifth Street George Mcmanigal 102 West Superior Street j. Sallot 164 e. Lewis Street each presented with a Fine clock. J. D. Ayers 53 West Lewis Street l. Echelberry 160 Hoffman Street Wiliam Brinkman 323 West Washington Street m. Ormiston Koehlert a Brickyard Jno. Peahl Piqua Road mrs. Jas. Birbeck 171 Fairfield Avenue each presented with a first class american watch. A. S. Evans fort Wayne Cincinnati amp Louisville Railroad Henry Hagerman Allen county jail presented with an elegant Hammer Silver Coffee pot. We. Keefer 274 Webster Street Anna Ellis 324 e. Jefferson Street d. Good Irwin House j. Havdenschild 50 Taylor Street Jno. Mauden 37 William Street s. Patterson near French brewery n. Sullivan 59 oakely Street Victor Sperison Adams township John Lynch. 125 East Lewis Street George Beber Wayne township Isaac Nesbit Comer Monroe and Washington streets mrs p. W. Thompson 27 Hanija Street presented with a Superb Silver dinner Castor. Come where you get the Best clothing Etc., at the lowest prices and take a gift. Everything done the Square. We Are doing the clothing business and that Why we smile. No. 1104 takes the $150 buggy. Who holds the ticket ? the grand Organ goes july 6. The $350 City lot september 1. Thousands valuable prizes going daily. Sam Pete amp Max Indiana a Boss clothiers. Great reduction parasols and silk umbrellas. New Jersey mitts in Black Tan and Cream at very Low prices. New lace mitts and gloves in Black and coloured. Bummer underwear for ladies gents and children. By ecu value in summer shawls. Low prices dress goods. St want amp Hahn. Olalla aft ipod a ek.iol�,3l�� tremendous out some Fine menus and youths worsted and cassimere $xo.. Places within your reach some 200 suits that were formerly $12, $14 and $15, but we want to close them out prior to moving and have therefore placed them at $10. Sia.. Procures some marvelous Fine tailor made suits not a suit among them that would not sell readily at from $3 to $8 a suit More but we want a Quick Sharp and decisive Sale hence this Low figure. $is.. Positively reaches some the handsomest and Bichest suits Ever offered by any firm for from $18, $20, $22 even $25. Choice designs and body fitting garments. We move october 1st. To nos. 73, 75 and 77 Calhoun Street to the new building South the Aveline House about to be erected for us and we desire to go in with a Brand new Stock therefore the clothing business will be done in the next 90 Days where prices will be out Way Down. That place is into s three t until october 1 a bar amp Ain in a Black Ani it Cream Ace Mim. 50 dozen reduced to 1887. O a. A m k a 1 i 15 dozen no Fidelity Bank Stock in this Obj mortuary report. Mortuary report commencing june 1 and ending june 30, 1887 Accident 1 apoplexy 1 alcoholism 1 blood Poison 1 cancer 1 consumption 8 croup 1 cerebrospinal meningitis 1 cramps 1 dropsy 2 drowned 1 enlarged spleen 1 exhaustion 1 heart disease. 2, meningitis 2 old age 8 paralysis 1 pneumonia 3 total 32. Nationality american 22 germans 9 French 1. Sex males 20 females 12. Age decedents under 1 year age 2 from 1 to 5 years 2 from 5 to 10 years 3 from to to 20 years 3 irom 20 to 40 years 6 from 40 to 60 years 5 from 60 to 80 years 8 from 80 to 90 years 3. Hat jul c. , health nicer. Fun for the fourth. The Street car company will put extra cars monday july 4th, to carry the crowds to the fair grounds where the big Celebration will be held. The great Balboa carrying prof. E. D. Hogan goes up in the afternoon. There j will be trotting races running races i bicycle races a game base Ball for the state championship Between the mets fort Vayne and the Decatur club dancing and music All the Day Long. Come and help make the biggest Celebration fort Wayne has Ever seen. Be diced rates All railroads. Country produce received fresh every Day at Bose a grocery. L-2t done to fail to try our Fine Maracaibo Coffee at 24 cents per Pound at tiie co operative store 22-i Calhoun Fet Reet. 1 2t Carti cabinets panels and life sized pictures All artistically finished at living prices at hovers the photographer no a. 112 Cali our Street. A t 40c. Reduced from 50 cents. 01 y i fourth july Celebration. The fort Wayne thru Verein will give a picnic at the mad Anthony Park Apple Orchard july 4. There will a Good program enacted consisting Tiue gymnastic exercises by the differ oct members the society. The full City band has been engaged and Good order is guaranteed. Mon-thiir8&sat-2w. Half fare. The fort Wayne Cincinnati and Louisville and a White water Railroad companies will sell excursion tickets Good All trains at half rate i july 2d, 3d and 4th, 1s87, Between All stations Good for returning july 5th, 1887. B. A. Wikel 28-Eod. G. Amp t. A. Tish received Day at Ross Market no. 25 West Columbia Street. There will be a grand picnic at mad anti our Wayne Park sunday afternoon to which All Are invited. There will be a Good band in attendance and furnish the music refreshments will be served the grounds. L-2t 58 Calhoun Street it is a bears nonsense to suffer with heat. Fire works All kinds at very. Bose a Gro-l-2t a k be potatoes Down Best new potatoes 25 cents per Peck at roses grocery. L-2fc the celebrates the fourth a july with i lib Tes. As the fourth july the nations birthday is near at hand and everyone thinking where to go spend the Holiday the advantages offered by the Wabash railway should not be overlooked. Now is the time to make up excursion parties and to enjoy a Holiday pleasantly. The fourth july Falls monday this year giving everyone two Days Leisure and the Wabash railway has made a rate one fare for the round trip Between All stations except from stations North Oriand to stations South Edwards Ville Junction and vice versa to enable those who desire to take a trip Foi pleasure recreation to do so cheaply. The trip can be made without fatigue As the coaches free declining chair cars and Palace sleeping cars run the Wabash Are the latest pattern and As easy and comfortable to ride in As can be imagined. Tickets will be Sale at All stations along the Wabash railway july 2d, 3d and 4th, and will be Good for return passage up to and including july 5th, 1887. 24-8t. Desires to notify his patrons that he has moved his laundry from the Aveline House Block to no. 8 West Wayne Street where he will be pleased to have their future patronage. Read his prices collars.2c cuffs per pair.4c drawers.7c undershirts.7c handkerchiefs.2c towels per dozen.25c Wah Keb. No 8 West Wayne Street fort Wayne june 30-im. Iju la Frei i Lieby Sce Cream Parlours and Cool off. Ice Cream made pure Rich Cream. Sherbets made the juices fresh fruits. Refreshments All kinds. Fine cakes and confectionery. Ice Cream and sherbets delivered to Al parts the City. Telephone no. 163. Mey 13-tf. W. . Bigi t s up i. 1 ipod my practice i have changed my residence to 69 Douglas Avenue. P. M. Leonard m. D. Fresh Home strawberries daily. Spring chickens dressed to order. Home grown vegetables every morn ing. Bananas oranges and All kinds fruits. Boneless Chicken and Turkey. Devised meats Ham Chicken Tonque amp a. Chase and Sambo coffees. Goods delivered to any part the City. Prompt attention Given to orders by Telephone no. 152. A. J. Ditto amp co. To w. Berry St. La a i Fiiiirlii-17. i Eio rim amp 52 Bair St i. My. Max. G. Lade 58 East Taino the largest and Best assortment fire and Cannon crackers torpedoes paper Caps pistols roman candles sky rockets spinning wheels triangles Flower pots. Coloured fires Devil catchers balloons chinese Ijan tems flags cartridges All kinds and sizes Etc., Eti exhibition fire works a specially. Call at once and get a Blank a to. Good selection. Cannot

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