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Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - February 2, 1863, Fort Wayne, Indiana nna K l 1 I o FOKT WAYNE LND MONDAY FEBRUARY 2 Daily Times and Union f C 1 February 1st 1859 To ic ami To in Furs Clothes Ac Fiend Plants and Fowls Animals ic To form and ISAAC W CAMPBELL nn Hie corner of and Terms of Subscription Invariably in j One Year Fix Months 3 Throo Per Wock Jfo it 1 i f 3 I I l Vfl S I Terms A one for one insertion vo eich su Ian onus Advert SI 00 Wne 00 One no One Sipi ire on 00 three Two s pi six in 1 0 Two one year Ull Throe DO Three ires six JO 01 Yearly a column wii it i discount the above until 86 TEES WHOLESALE I 4 W f NUMBER 1 OF ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN 1 thcr ad- will bo mid for nil ho responsible of is given pertaining to the and slna of the must be di- cied to the Times and all loJ for must be written -in 1 and those m lUers will inserted 01 usual F 1 E w a ys Instantly EVERY FORM AND ff M Tlic S unlike iri Free from Prisons Not to the Human Family not the premises 50 Barrels White 40 Half Barrels Mackerel NAILS WINDOW GLASS WARE TO HA CCO SHOES TEAS ETC ETC v iv ff H kl last I v e ind Washington i b AT THK UNION CLOTHING COS MAIN CLINTON STS S TI received and Winter stock of G joils Cloths Velvet and ol very host il w hich will be made up style We order in tlie must als a fine of Ready-Made Clothing And all ns will soil 1 for 15 Thuy of their holes to die They iire the only remedies IS years more in Now Yoik Used City Post Prisons and Station Houses the the City Ufe d t'it y St Nich olas Arc U liy thf hoarding Houses kc fee Used Private our is with vinnin IK be ro no longer it and ii n box it have but knock he breath out Mice th in we it in all over O GRAIN in County bv vermin than say for of this tat and insect L f rep ARCTIC M at the office of D AI AN rne And Clinton I PEORIA hoL D is agent for the I Companies j New ind ty f n i I Springfield Mass this agency during ll of Hartford Conn City Hartford Conn Trt r M I Al Peoria Co of Illinois Humboldt Co of York Go of Home Co of Co of for 1 Connecticut 1 he above u uuo 1 are is terms fjos.si-sequitably nni PROMPTLY PAID IMT CASH At of Barr Berry your vtr hive been V dtf Successor K STS FT HVS Jud from New Yoik with a ol ratt WINTER ii t Windsor n COSTA bug ruinator COSTA It rf for Arc KJ IM I Koontz III to tlic o- roads in the m facilities r nj Stick fr r r i of nil J to from f h I or H l It rtr to insure property to their WT ZJ i i CAUTION To I open ironi bv Spurious v M T I t Pit Bits U N D E H 0 L O Til ING ALL KINDS Furnishing Goods A N ALL KINDS of MEN'S HOY'S Fort Sept 11 I a bul bein 11 li of bottle or take but All W the large cities of tlie I V Co A v Co A H U V Co V Hut S i Allon Hail V V Him il V A M W nil A V U.S Hinies F C Co A Dixon i Co Fux j I n t- Kid Morocco ami at S root Boston ii if T A A Co Koberi A Co A Co AMI INSURANCE C O M A Y FORT WAYNE Indiana more than two dollars It confines the Gen C Co AI S Co and id a Company JOHN Mounts W a SMITH C F G It W I K MJ G C Ii A tS L A WM S SMITH R Treasurer General gen Fort Wayne I Ac I Union Hlock Columbia and WHOLESALE RETAIL IN BOOKS STATIONARY TOYS English and Wall and Window Picture etc Public attention is to our H in imported by which will usto Give in a and you will bo satisfied WB A Y ffi Bi 13 O U S 80 of an 1 Fort General fit iff e Office If FOX October A r Jon Jr ANU Also All at Hi St Mo illr N V nv generally in all TOWNS and Ill UN I TED STATES AT Id Meyer Brother And by REED WALL E L IS H G WAGNER And by the and Km ran if lor fie il It COST A R No M2 St York i-d Also Fine Opera Bo Gill i- toV supplied on m L Fort Toledo cc I f i O l t it i j train will leave Peru nt a arrive i Mb Easy to Operate Upon It is elegantly arc Sails not ail they at once bo convinced of ail thera Circular sand Sample can of C L Forr Wayne Ind now and is not 1 opened on so ile of in the thai can have at nil th a shown them duo and bi- with all the Beef Sand's Cream Ale Always ready to bo to cu Refreshments The proprietor a of public pa ANTHONY Sept Cl Jly at the T W t W U It at Peru and Kokomo anil Fr DAVID MACY T P Ull Pi W m MUnil N P STOCK RAS CI Ston No ono of Hill V whet i- bi- and est READY-MADE CLOTHING i t rv t Washington City are ti meat lire in the most Alo -i J by thia make the sanu time to nil the above named via om Third A M Slurping and on this as any route via the Through in flic I Firry Shitta i 1 t i 11 i r ui -t 1 lily i- South in I WAI W I ct our tri FURNISHING GOODS TRUNKS etc etc In Fort May MW for cr X j silo A U J u on M lin of Miller's 4 dtf Of the qualify and price thaii ii 5 Corno Por Sale at all times in of Foil Wayne Gas light Company ON THK of find He M U Jy BRASS WORK ALP rumps April
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