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Fort Wayne Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1884, Fort Wayne, IndianaA. I society news. The the week in our fashionable the the i Arborg. Mrs. J. F. Beegan and child Are in the City. Or. And mrs. Henry Hoffman Are Home from Virginia. Miss Georgia Maier is visiting her sister mrs. Mort Dawson. A select party four Pic Nice at Rome City last tuesday. Miss Lillia Heller returned to her Home at Napoleon o., thursday. Miss Alice Hill Lias returned Home from a lengthy tour in the East. Mrs. D. A. Woodworth and children will remain in Michigan another month. Mrs. Mary Mayhew and daughter miss Gertrude returned Home to Chi Cago monday a select party East Enders Pic nicked the new Haven Road Satur Day afternoon. Mrs. De. Craw entertained a few friends in a most pleasant manner tuesday evening. Hal Byram Indianapolis who Here last Winter spent a few Days Here the past week. Steve Bond and sister miss Evelyn returned Home last evening from a pleasant sojourn at Indianapolis. Mrs. M. A. Merriweather and mrs. Col. Ransom will return Here after an extensive tour in the Northwest. Mrs. Nora Gause the Temperance advocate left for Kokomo yesterday to visit her parents who there reside. De. Barnes a popular society gentleman Lansing mich., has been the guest John Morris jr., the past week. Miss Hattie and Emma who have been visiting friends and relatives at Peru and Wabash have returned. Miss Eva Nelson returned to her Home at Indianapolis thursday after a delightful visit to friends Aud relatives Here. Will Hodgdon who spent a few Days Here the past week the guest . H. Mccullough returned Home tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. Herman Nathan pm mtg Are the guests mrs. A s parents . And mrs. A. Oppenheimer no. 54 West Berry Street. Miss Mattie Hodgdon a charming Young lady from St. Louis who has been visiting miss Kittie Hattersly returned Home tuesday. Miss Ollie Clyde who has been the miss Ada Gumpper left for her Home in Chicago yesterday accompanied by miss Gumpper who re Mains a week. Miss Louis Carnahan . J. H. Mayer and Frank Morse accompanied miss Jessie Levering to Lafayette where they attended an elegant recep Tion monday evening. Andy glutting has decided to give his Bachelor friends the shake and will soon be wedded to a charming Young lady from Washington d. C., now visiting in the City. Mrs. D. S. Alexander and children Washington d. C., Are the guests mrs. Col. Robertson for a few Days. Or. Alexander is fifth auditor the Treasury and formerly editor the Gazette. The misses Hattersley expected to have Given a whist party last Mon Day evening in Honor will Hodg Don but owing to the serious illness their Mother were forced to inform their friends not to come. Miss Laura Talbot s kindergarten opening monday september 8th, at no. 138 West Wayne Street. Miss Talbot should have a full school the Little ones As she is a very competent Tutor and takes great interest in her pupils. Master Murray Beach entertained a number his friends wednesday afternoon in a Royal manner. The occasion being his birthday. The ele Gant supper was served the Lawn. In the evening the grounds were brilliantly lighted with chinese lanterns miss Helen Lee Keil has been awarded one three prominent prizes Given the children s class at Island Park association for proficiency in the course studies Laid Down for such classes the examination was paper and quite thorough. She received a prize yesterday for one the Best three examination papers presented. A Small party Pic Nice upon the Banks the St. Joe thursday after noon. Those present Woro i White Washington d. Or. And mrs. John Shoaff mrs. Mary Sturges the misses Freeman miss Mattie Withers the misses Barnett messes George White j. B. Harper j. R Carey Harvey Mccracken Bob. Lew Mouth . And mrs. Charles Mcculloch thursday evening a most Delight Fol complimentary to . Clem sup word. Of Louisville ky., who favored the guests by ringing several Beautiful selections. His voice s certainly one the purest tenors Ever heard Here. A number our goal Talent took part in making the vening a highly entertaining one. Miss Polly Hattersley Lincoln eng., who visited Here last Winter and made so Many warm friends surmised her friends this week by Send no them word her marriage to a Cincinnati gentleman she met last Winter while visiting there. On last wednesday the marriage took place and this week they sail for this coun by. Or. And mrs. Will Pine will be at Home at the grand hotel where hey will reside for the present. The n. E. s night excursion Hub composed some our Best Young society people gave a very Ilea saut and enjoyable picnic up the t. Joe last tuesday. The party tarted Early from the Home miss Nellie Richey and arrived at Centlivre s where All took the boats for the Pic Nic grounds. At the grounds every Hing passed off in an elegant manner and All enjoyed themselves especially Hose who participated in gliding Over he Silvery Waters the St. Joe in heir Light canoes. After a most de rightful Day the Happy picnickers had a very pleasant Moonlight drive Home n Powers Barnett s bus. Those present were Lulu Lynch Ludie Moore i Kokomo ind., Hattie Sobine. Of Niagara Falls. Myrtie Justus Buff Kate Eakin Maud Mccracken Daisy Hattersley Julia and Carrie Vilson Katie Brown Jennie Booth Edith Swann Hattie Tolan Grace Hayden Nellie Richey Clara Humphrey Emma Cottingham Kittie so Kart Laura d Isay Etta Falls Tinnie Thompson Unnic Robertson Arwin Meyers Chas. And Burt. Olds Bob Carnahan will and Noble Olds de. Heir Frank Morgan Larry ran Dall Fred Stringer Al. Rogers Bob Robertson de. White John Bleekman and the two Gazette office dudes. Island Park association. The Board managers the Island Jark Assembly met september 2d, at Kendallville to adjust the business he association for the past year. The condition the association Are a Good footing and satisfactory in All respects. The plans for the coming year were n part outlined. The old superintend ent was re elected and the standing committees appointed. It was resolved to listen to the constant and numer Ous complaints made that the program was too full and that not enough at Tention was Given to recreation and sociable Intercourse among the parties who tent the grounds. Persons have met for five years and have not made each others acquaint Ance owing to the fact that one entertainment follows the other in such rapid succession that it is simply impossible to attend the same and have him to become acquainted with those who tent by their Side. To meet the complaints thus made it was decided place less the program for the Day and if necessary extend the time. The program is to be filled with Star lecturers and omit Many the class not so Well known to Fame. A Day will be Given to the old sol Diers which shall be under the Man ii Gemont the g. A. R. Posts the states. The famous Farmer who created such a juror this year at Chaut Aqna Las been secured to speak the Occa Sion. The fourth july will be celebrated in the usual Fine Stylo the orator will to a Man National population. The Assembly proper opens the 15th july and continues during that month. Arrangements have been perfected with the Michigan system railways to Send in daily excursion trains. The probabilities ate that the Branch from Brimfield will be completed to the grounds which if done will double the attendance. A hotel company has been organized and will move in the matter erecting a Fine comfortable hotel the grounds the association. Owing to a slight Blaze in our third loft a Little Blue smoke was forced through the Button holes fifty thousand dollars Worth the Best Stock clothing in fort Wayne. Through the liberality our insurance friends we have been allowed a damage 25 per cent every Dol Lar s Worth Stock in our Large establishment. Think it for every Little Cuil Clear Blue smoke passing Over every Dollar s goods 25 cents was deducted from its actual value not its original Cost but present value. Now this reduction we offer the pop e fort Wayne Vicinity for thirty Days from Date reopening. For example jeans pants Worth Cost Wonake 85 conts will to sold 60 cents and so through the entire wait for us watch the Date our loss is your gain. We expect to sell All the clothing hats shirts etc., bought in fort Wayne Tho next sixty Days. Sam a Max. Tua-Mon-w2 gust Rabus went East this summer and besides having a Good time in new York and Philadelphia also combined business with pleasure and Pur chased one the finest stocks fall and Winter piece goods Ever brought to the City fort Wayne. Or. Rabus is undoubtedly the Leader in the Art dress and fashionable merchant tailoring in this City and has enjoyed this enviable reputation for several year. During this time he has built up an extensive business which embraces the patronage the most stylishly dressed gentlemen in fort Wayne. His Stock for the fall Trade is the largest he has Ever carried and in Point pattern goods and Quality material ranges from the most quiet to the richest and Nob Biest plaids and fancy patterns and it can safely be said that there is no taste in existence which May not be suited. His great specially is the finest class work such As wedding and dress suits but he gets All grades and styles work at exceptionally Low prices. The cutting garments is looked after by . Gust. Rabus who is master the Craft As he needs must be. Or. Rabus employs the services Twenty five to thirty experienced hands. His store is handsomely and conveniently Arjang de and he is always posted As to the latest new York fashions. Those de siring faultless fitting clothes should not fail to visit this establishment. Or. Rabus has just opened his fall and Winter goods which Are especially at Tractive comprising suiting Over coatings and fancy a castings and greater variety than Ever displayed in fort Wayne a cordial invitation is extended to the Public to Call and examine his Stock. The great damage Sale clothing at Sam Pete Max s opens Moudar morning september 8th. The future the Wabash. Andrews express superintendent Stevens and family passed through Andrews saturday evening his special car the Delaware. Or. Stevens informs the express that the Wabash was never in better shape than this year and that the business out look is magnificent. His kindly inter est in our City is manifested by his de termination to give us equal advantages with other towns. Or. Stevens abates no Jot title his Faith in Andrews but is firm in the opinion that the town has a glorious future. Or. Stevens is never off and even the Road has constant super vision the affairs the Eastern division. He has with him an accomplished stenographer and Type writer and his correspondence is As promptly attended to As when in his office at Peru few men accomplish As much card work As superintendent just ovens. And in the discharge his official duties he is always courteous always considerate and always just. He has the warm regard the men under his charge the respect and Confidence Bis Superior officers and the personal esteem All with whom he meets socially. Engine 1499, Fritz and Pettingell a new locomotive constructed under the personal supervision master Mechanic Barnes at fort Wayne is proving a wonder the Road. Tuesday morning she brought the second Section train 42 from Tilton to Andrews a distance 126 Miles in three hours and seven minutes. This is said to be the fastest time Ever made Over that portion the Wabash Road. The average Speed was Over forty one Miles an hour. A Little smoke now and then in shed by the Best f men. 8.101, put Max will prove it by one Eill we can answer it. The following question submit to the Cincinnati comic ii in g was not answered definitely in Joslun Day s Issue that paper to decide a bet will you please in form us in your next Issue whether mention the Cleveland scandal a made in the Cincinnati enquirer Dur ing the Chicago democratic Conven Tiona yours respectfully fort Wayne sept. 6, 1884. B. Of. can get an answer nearer Home. The mention the Cleveland scandal was made in Tho Cincinnat enquirer during the Chicago dome cratic convention. By calling at this office our Friend . See said copy Tho Issue july 8th. Stricken. A Little smoke Only a Little smoke has produced a scare among Tho would to clothing merchants that is re ally amusing. Piteous whining Appeal strike the Eye in every column the press showing to what extent the coming raid prices by Sam Pete t Max is feared. Hold your horses Gentl Nien the profit Tho clothing Trade will be very in fort Wayn this fall and Winter but lots fun i in store for the consumer. it in now pretty evident that in those Iden times the Poison employed to kill criminals was that the most virulent and snakes. All will remember How a effects were described by Socrates Hen he was dying by its Means. It commenced by taking away the Power f the lower limbs and gradually work ing its Way upwards. The bite the Obra produces just the same effect and auses death in the same Way. A Case is thus described by an Eye witness among Many instances Snake bite Sonig i have seen was a Strong Oung Brahman Twenty Well known me who had been bitten during the tight while watching his Maize crop. Sre i knew it they had brought him nto my compound in front the Bung alow. As yet he walked quite steadily Only leaning slightly the Arm an ther Man. There was that Peculiar look in his eyes however As rom a Strong narcotic which indicated Lis having been bitten for some time and left but Little room for Hope. He Only still clearly Tell me the Partick ars. He had been bitten he said ratting his foot to the ground while moving off his Chapoy in the dark but i Nimg the bite was that a non poisonous Snake had Given no More iced to the matter and gone to sleep again till he was awoke by his friends Oming in search him. With some difficulty i was find the very fast no larger than the prick rom a pin but still the unmistakable double Mark the Poison fangs. He Elt the Poison he said gradually As bending the limb and pointed to a part not below the knee where he Felt that t had already reached the limb below that being to said benumbed and pain Ess to the touch like the foot when i gave him the usual reme ofes and ept him walking to and fro but gradually his limbs seemed to be losing heir Power voluntary motion and his Ead was beginning to Droop from the overpowering drowsiness that was rely gathering Over him. At inter Vals he pointed out the Poison line readily rising higher and was still me to answer questions clearly eing roused. At length it seemed to e no use torturing him further by keeping him moving about and he was allowed to remain at rest. Shortly after this while being supported in a sitting posture All at once without any ire monitory sign he gave one two Ong sighs and e ceased about an hour iter he had himself walked into the compound. There was something terribly real in this faculty pointing iut each s Tage the ascending Poison As the Snake bitten patient always can hat was gradually bringing him nearer and nearer to death with the Prospect f Only another hour half hour if e remaining to him and yet the Patent does not seem to realize this with he keenness that a Looker does probably from the Poison be numbing at he some time the Powers the mind As Well As the extravagance in living. Such crimes As those Ferdinand Ward while they Spring often from de Gravity Are oftener result Mere weakness character. Thackeray in Many his minor sketches constantly draws the portrait the Man and woman whose Means Are not equal to the style living which their desire and they desire it not for itself but Only because others have it. They Are not Strong and steady enough to be Content with that which they can com Mand and afford and the Means to secure the other must somehow be obtained. Thackeray puts the fact in the amp est and most amusing form. The Oung couple must give a dinner and instead the joint Lamb and the Glass Beer which is the Only repast which they have the moral right to invite a indeed the Beer May 16 morally must needs prepare a feast which they can not Hon orally afford and for the sole reason hat other people who can afford it give such feasts. It is this doing a Little More a great Deal More than the doer can Hon Estolv afford which leads to the swindles Wall Street. Living in a House too expensive for his Means maintaining it accordingly dressing As his Richer neighbors dress doing in All things As they is this weak compliance v Hiji is hidden in the Fine houses and drives to the Park in the Fine equipage which presently ends in Ludlow Street jail and hopeless disc Iago. Yet it is Tho poorest kind Competition be cause the Little imitator might see even with his Dull eyes that there must Al ways be a few persons who can do the thing better than All the rest and Tho Bullfrog May veil until he bursts but he cannot rival the . This is the tendency which All Sensi ble a great Many other Wise sensible people Are swept away by quietly to resist. The Power individual example is immense but it is often underestimated by the individual. My vote is no consequence but since you wish it i will said a Man to his neighbor and the right candidate was elected by a majority one. The family which in the midst a saturnalia luxury and extravagance refuses to take part in it and holds to a simple moderate temperate Way a diminishing the Supply Feidinand wards and Wall Street Tor s Stasy chair in Maga Zine. No two things differ More than hurry and dispatch. Hurry is the Mark a weak mind dispatch a Strong one. A weak Man in office like a Squirrel in a Cage is Labouring eternally but to no purpose in constant motion without getting a Jot talks a great Deal but says very Little looks into everything but sees nothing and has a Hundred Irons in Tho fire but very few them hot and with those that Are he Only Burns his col ton is the whole universe there Are no to work out the misery the son like its own fell Pasa . Not the Are the it knew the flood the Dewey. Who Lite vanity must not to die Mort Fiok y place Sale an entire new lint handsome Felt stand covers designs new and pretty from i3js3 no. New embroidered table scarfs real beauties from up. New and handsome piano 6overs elegantly embroidered from up. Plain 1piamo covers from up. New table in setts to 8x12, red sad Bine Borders from set upwards. A bed angst Able Unen at very Low figures new Marseilles quilts in White and c colors. Prices lower Ever named. For Early fall Weir we have 7 now Din Stock a new and elegant assortment to which the attention the ladies is especially called lie assortment being r Flthe largest choicest and cheapest Ever shown under one roof in this state. At the Ell non Salt. The jury in the Case Phoebe Elli son by her next Friend is. The grand rapids and Nickel plate railroads for damages sustained in a collision atop an All night session it verdict was finally reached at 6 clock yesterday morning. Upon the assemblage the circuit court yesterday morning the verdict was opened and read. It gave the plaintiff a judgment assessed against the Nickel plate alone. The suit was for but the principal object was to fasten the responsibility the Accident one Road the other. By this ver dict the grand rapids Road is exonerated from All blame. The disappear Ance Engineer w. Skidmore who was driving the Nickel plate engine at the time at once established an Opin Ion in the minds the Public As to where the responsibility should be placed but no court jury has Ever i fore passed thereon. Other suits Are pending. The great damage Sale clothing at Sam Pete Max s opens monday morning september 8th. Can resume. Washington september second National Bank Xenia Ohio having made Good its unpaid capital has been authorized to resume Busi the Toad no sen Luel libel suit. Indian Fohs september other step was taken in the Federal court in the Blaine Sentinel matter by Tho following defendants move the court for a Rule against the plaintiff herein to answer the interrogatories As recited and filed with the answer the defendants and that the court shall make such Rule returnable at such time As my be deemed by the court to be reasonable for the purpose said action As is provided and required by the statute. The Margrui Mfuat could not be heard upon the notion to Day and inasmuch As judge Woods goes to i Ort Wayne monday to hold court the matter will probably rot 1 e ruled upon for several Days. The plaintiff s counsel have not d so the interrogatories. I Nice in new Yoke september c Iho min no Stock and Petroleum Exchange i resented a scene great excitement nent to Day. The bears were in full control and succeeded in breaking the Price Oil from 86 j bus Ness was very Active and the excite times intense. Various Rea sons were assigned for the break. It was reported that the producers com nation haul been disrupted and that Here was a Large failure in the Oil Dis Rich. Reports from the Oil Fields were very bearish it was stated that Philips Well the Baldridge District in Pennsylvania was producing largely. The closing dealings were at Ness. School a full line school books and school supplies Goodwin s. Dictionaries at 8c, and All other books and school supplies in proportion. Slate pencils four for in. Slates very cheap. Save Money by buying your school books at h. N. Goodwin a Cor. Broadway and Jefferson Street old school books taken in Exchange Dot the great damage Sale clothing at Sam Pete Max s opens monday morning september 8th. Importation prohibited Sydney new South Wales septem Ber government new South Wales has prohibited the importation dynamite and for six months. Sukino Fikus september error Hamilton Secretary state Dement attorney general Mccartney treasurer Smith auditor Swigert Are nil away. The clerks Are having n Good time and m far As can be seen the state administration is running just m Well m it would tree chiefs present. Seventy thong did Penona to september 6. An immense demonstration in favor Tho franchise Bill occurred to Day. Sev Enty thousand persons took part in the procession which reached the enormous length ten Miles from the starting Point. The procession was headed by 400 Carters and 400 survivors the Eloim agitation 1832. Numerous banners and emblems were carried bearing stinging legends at tacking the House lords. Chief police suspended. Quincy d1-, september 6 Halo chief police was suspended by mayor Jairett this morning till the regular noting the Council the 15th 5nst this action was compelled by a threat police commissioner wines to Call special inet Ling Tho coun cil for Hale s dismissal account his irregularities . Toronto septum bar 6 com missioners appointed by Tho govern ment to visit British Columbia and re port the chinese have returned. It is understood they recommended that clip nurse Immigrat. be regulated if not restricted in some measure. September last night Jones and Laughlin Iron manure Ethren struck a heavy vein Gas. Depth feet. Sf4pfr1

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