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Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 25, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAYNE JOHN W DAWSON Editor I willingly praise and condemn as when justice requires JOHN W DAWS OW Publisher VOL 1 FORT WAYNE ALLEN COUNTY IND SEPT 25 1855 NO- 63 fees Information i Railroad Advertisements EXCEPTED JOHN W DAWSON Editor and Proprietor Story East Clinton and Columbia Streets PORT WAYNE LSD Terms of Subscription invariably advance One Year Six Months 300 Mouths 1 75 DAYTON Time of Arrivals and Departures of the Mails Cleveland Columbus Pittsburg Cincinnati anil j Depot as Indianapolis via Ohio and Ind j FIRST Express at A M Daily at por Indianapolis Lafayette Peru Arrived at 7 20 M ICF All Legal advertisements one dollar square of ten lines for one insertion and twenty-five cents square for each subsequent insertion Business and Miscellaneous Advertising One square of 10 lines or less first insertion 00 additional One square three One square six mouths 00 00 Leaves Daily Sundays A M Arrives Mondays 9 P.M Leaves Daily Sundays A M Arrives Mondays 8 r K MICH Leaves Daily Sundays Arrives PIQUA OHIO Michigan City Chicago Galena Rock I and the West This train stops Rock Island St at all the way Stations SECOND Lightning Express at A M For Clyde Cleveland Sandusky Dunkirk lo Albany New York and at Forest for Crestline Pittsburgh Philadelphia train for Belfontaine Tiffin Two squares six months Two squares one year Three squares throe months squares six months 1 00 timore Washington and with train for A M i Chicago arrival al Chicago at 2 A M I This train stops only at Hamilton Middletown i Dayton Springfield Urbana Leaves Mondays tt it Fridays at -1 A M anc Arrives Tuesdays Thursdays it Saturdays 5 M dlTY Isii Leaves Tuesdays it Sat s atG j Arrives Mondays Fridays 7 J i I w v 20 00 Leaves 1 Thursdays Saturdays at B A M game train connects at Sandusky with steamer HAY THIRD and Pittsburgh at 8 a- Dayton Springfield dusky Cleveland and way stations Connects at Forest for Crestline Pittsburg Philadelphia timore anil also to Lima Fort Wayne Miscellaneous i Miscellaneous BACON'S west coiner of anil Walnut Streets Ohio The undersigned has removed his tile College to his new building north cor- x Main Fort Principal of this lion from past experience and success as a teacher ation in say men fot the pursuits are unsurpassed by any similar institution in the ent and pleasant school rooms in the Tinted States and individual business where the business on an entire new and successful plan enabling the I student in much less time lo become wore -10 i Arrives Mondays Wednesdays Fridays 05 Leaves Mondays and Fridays at or will be j Arrives Tuesdays Saturdays t the rutcs ess otherwise marked Fur all and transi t advertisements advance payments will be required and for all others the saine j unless ordered a responsible of payment given o T- 1 11 P.M 3 r M 1 G A M Arrives 7 p M Mails which leave in the morning will close the previous All others 30 minutes before con- i tract time for departure perfect and complete assortment ot I yj office open the week from i to 8 ever brought to Northern Indiana to n anj from 9 to m and from used in the Typographical Art with JOHN G MAIER P M FANCY TYPES in an extensive mid i 3 CITY for Detroit and at Dayton with train for Troy Piqua FOURTH Accommodation 11 a Hami ton and all way Stations FIFTH and Dayton at 2.30 p al all way stations Connects at Dayton for Troy Piqua and at Hamilton Eaton Richmond Indianapolis go SIXTH Express at 5 p m for ton Springfield Sandusky and way stations land Dunkirk Buffalo New York and 6 A M r M K A M BOOK embracing every The of in ivi Msv use of i r -i of trade and accounts accounts custom of merchants In addition lo the regular course of study the has made with Henry Sno and other lectures tory ed with commerce and other subjects of great im- portance iua commercial point of view and never connects at Forest for crestline before introduced in any Mercantile college in the Philadelphia Baltimore and at Hamilton I United States for Richmond and intermediate stations Pupils are instructed individually and not and choice variety mid we will be pleased to receive WEIGHTS AND MEASURES ders for The following is a table showing the legal of the articles enumerated per bushel which is the j only true way of selling or buying produce or Accommodation at 6.30 p train stops at all regular stations and at flag stations on signal or notice to the Con- ductor Baggage checked to Cleveland Dunkirk lo and RETURNING Trains leave Dayton at 5.00 and 7.45 a m and p m Leave Richmond at 7.00 and 10.30 a m and j p m 111 classes so that students may enter at any time and proceed in the ratio of their capacity and Public examinations are had though pupils are examined privately if they desire when the student undergoes rigid and thorough interrogations the west The thorough and extensive course of beauty arid con ified renders this ho may de- commercial There is also connected with it a Ladles fitted with elegance and expressly for their convenience being entirely separate from the male department having a separate entrance from the street C J DIETRICH July Principal Fluid Extract for diseases of the Bladder arid Kidneys Secret dis- eases Strictures Weaknesses and all diseases of a committee the Sexual Organs whether in Male or Business men and diplomas j whatever cause originated and no mat varded to who are deemed worthy oi them i ter of how long standing A can be completed in from six med Statutes of Ind 1853 Of any description Color or Style All kinds used by Merchants Storekeepers I f Retailers mid Medicine Dealers Rail Road Banks Insurance Officers Stuek Companies Brokers a Commission and Forwarding Express Men Men Literary Societies Patentees Producers of of all Trades Architects Daguerreotype Artists generally Manners of Social Assemblies Travelling Agents Farmers or sellers ot Real Estate Sellers of Personal property A Bushel of Of shelled JJ Corn on the Corn Buck Outs Barley Beans liran Clover Timothy seed Flax Hemp Costi Dried Dried Onions Mineral I pounds 56 68 50 56 50 60 32 48 60 20 GO 45 56 45 14 46 33 25 57 50 70 I weeks And in conclusion the Principal would Leave Hamilton at 6.00 6.10 and 9 00 a m 12.1 state that everything in his power will be done to 25 and advance his students and make them thorough and For further information or tickets apply at the j accomplished accountants and his extensive Ticket Office corner of Broadway and Front St quaintance with the business community will to ten j If you have contracted the terrible disease which under the Spencer House on Walnut street next door to the Gibson House or at the Sixth Street Depot June 1855 0 AMES enable him procure situations for those de- sirous of obtaining them TO LOUISVILLE in 6 Change lor Indianapolis and Chicago and all the the ern and western cities OMo and Mississippi E On Tuesday June 9th and until further notice the trains will depart from Wood street tion as full course of lessons in Book commercials calculations Law R S BACON Principal Cincinnati July 1855 R STATES THE ELECTIVE FR PIERCE of President of the United J D of Indiana Vice President tem classes and all rde who are willing to pay a reasonable THE Son for a good Job of L of New ork Secretary All bv mail promptly attended to and of State warranted the POSTAGE OS Quarterly Kates of Postage in itt J Periodicals sent from the Office oj Publication lo Actual Subscribers Cone copy only sent toj ROBERT of of the Interior For For and at 0 a m 8 JU i a m 2 30 p p.m and G p in Freight for Louisville Indianapolis Peru cago Terre Haute Vincennes and all intermediate stations a m For further information in regard to Freight ply at the office No 4 East Front street or at the Station or west front near foot of Columbia st OX For Tickets apply at the Offices south ens H B I corner of Fourth and Vine streets Front R C Spei cer st Station on west front street nr at the offices of U- U Mercantile Col- utl Ohio and Main l New H B Pros G Prof SAML ST JOHN E F q Esq WICK Hon GIDDINGS HIRAM GRISWOLD R HITCHCOCK N S W F OTIS Esq W G Esq or at the offices of the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad co Chief Engineer and Superintendent July Ifi 1855 ARRANGEMENT 1855 LITTLE MIAMI and Buffalo New York Boston Falls Montreal Quebec by the and Cleveland route and IAKE scribers wit V J r the county where printed and 1 sub- JAMKS of Gen ight acr sent to o B of their papc i until all Massachusetts THE JUDICIARY TANKY of Maryland Chief Justice John of Ohin Justice James M Wayne of Georgia A 11 D SLATER Speaker of E B COLLINS Secretary of State H E TALBOTT Auditor of Shite R Treasurer of Judge Court A L DAVIDSON PERKINS 5000 4.500 prim of intentional mer direction they fi r from CRESCENT CITY W T Pease OJ THI WEST D 11 M Bride nati and owned by the Cincinnati columbus York and Erie and N central routes T Two DAILY TRAINS in connection with Lake Steamers at 6 a m and 9 am 6 o clock a m arrives at Cleveland at o'clock ptn gers by this train have Cleveland nine o'clock a m making direct connection at Cleveland with the trains by this route run directly along side the steamer al Cleveland FACULTY Profs of and on Business Customs when once seated in tiie system will surely go down from one generation to another undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of life do not trust yourself in the hands of Quacks who start up every day in a city like tins and fill the papers with glaring falsehoods too well lated to deceive the young and those not ed with their tricks You cannot be too i the selection of a remedy in these cases The Fluid Extract has been y eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever 11 is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its aste and very innocent in its action and yet so it annihilates every particle of the ank and poisonous virus of the dreadful disease nd unlike other remedies does not dry up the in the blood Constitutional Debility brought on most terrible disease which has brought ands of the human race to untimely graves thus lasting the brilliant of parents and ig in the bud the glorious ambition of many le youth can te cured by this infallible remedy medicine which must benefit everybody rom the simply to the confined and invalid no equal is to be found acting both a cure and preventive L W Lusk Teacher of Business and Ornamental Penmanship and Lecturer on commercial cor- respondence Hons Judge Starkweather and H D Clark on commercial law T P Handy Lecturer on Banking Finance Pres Asa Malian Lecturer on Political Economy Rev J Hyatt Smith Lecturer on commercial ethics E R White and J B Merrian Lecturers Oil com- commutations TERMS For full course including all de- of Lectures and Practical Penmanship For full course in Ladies Department 00 25 00 leaving their names at the ticket of j fice staterooms will be telegraphed for Trains run by columbus minutes faster than Cincinnati Persons taking Penmanship alone will re- lessons for For various stylus of ornamental penmanship as agreed upon DESIGN of the Institution is to afford facilities for acquiring in an expeditious mannei a thorough knowledge of the Commercial and ArCas practically employed in the room and business pursuits generally BOOK is under the pe sonal of one of the ants in the United States No Mercantile college in the West possesses superior if equal for imparting a thorough practical knowledge a Tickets and all information can be ob- at the new offices No 2 Gurnet House building W L O'BRIEN ticket agent Front office Housebuilding ALEX HA M- V evening in each month Fort Wayne Chapter No 19 first evening in each month Lodge No evening Friday evening next G PORTER Reporter to Supreme Court V BEACH Clerk E A Prest Judicial District j E R AVilson Attorney J V Adams it Joseph District Attorney T D G Nelsini Clerk Starkweather Auditor Bird Treasurer R Sheriff W A Comity Surveyor S Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract Blood all diseases arising from excess of y exposure and imprudence in life chronic con- disease arising from an impure state of the Blood and the only reliable and effectual remedy for the cure of Scrofula salt scald head liberations of the throat pains and swellings of the bones tetter pimples on the face and all scaly eruptions of the skin article is now prescribed by some of the most distinguished physicians in Hie Country and lias proved more efficient in practice than of yet offered to the Several cases of secondary Mercurial and Scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the wards of our public Institutions which had for many years every mode of treatment that could be devised These cases king examples of the salutary effects of this cine in some of the most inveterate ses aft r the glands were destroyed and bones ready affected from responsible physicians and professors of several Medical Colleges and cates of cures from patients will be found both preparations Prices Fluid of SI per bottle or 6 bottles for 8.3 Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla SI per bottle or 6 bottles for 85 Equal in strength to one gal of Syrup of Sarsaparilla Prepared and sold by If T ist 203 chestnut street near the Girard Philadelphia To be had of II B Reed Co Fort Wayne and of Druggists and Dealers everywhere 1 Front street Office hours from a in until p m P W STRADER General The Omnibus calls for passengers atall the principal Hotels for each and every tram By ving directions at either ol the above offices all parts ol the city without Ifi ing call for passengers in fail Miscellaneous T Dailey Henry Dickerson Co Commissioners F D E F Colerick County CITY Di Win Mayor Patrick City Marshal R N Clerk Win vV Attorney 0 P Morgan Treasurer G Lodge Ko evening A M Webb N t V G S on the Island Saturdays in month F W R F It P I H Brooks DAUGHTERS OF day in month AMerican Express proprietors ol the above company have facilities enabling them to forward Money Packages Goods and also collect Notes Drafts and Accounts in all lie principal cities in the United States Canadas California and Europe nt low rates and with great speed Order goods marked by the Express Wells Buterfield Co 62 Broadway 8 Erie Place N Y Livingston Fargo 157 Main Buffalo N Y Clias Agent Ft will receive and forward Money 01 Packa from this point Hi tf Hai rows Straw Cullers Corn for sale al A J H MILLS July THE COURSE will embrace the most approved and practical forms for keeping books by double entry in the various departments of trade and commerce including general wholesale and retail mercantile exchange commission turing railroad banking shipping individual partnership and com- pound company business will be delivered upon the nl commercial political B mercantile commercial business commercial beeh increasing in for superior All letters directed to the Proprietor or -20 ARTIFICIAL Duncan Cameroy Dentists No West Sixth street Race and Elm streets Cincinnati der the management of its present proprietors has practical and ornamental will be view of the hue Act of the Legislature requiring all Foreign companies to file with the Auditor of State worn exhibits of their affairs twice m each year nd to deposit with him securities as a guarantee for the benefit of the insured to be kept as a deposit The subscribers have been to take the believing that they art nd ully We have therefore received the of the following ArL Co o Merchants do Pa Star do whore exhibits are published herewith and to which attention is called any other mercantile c and wu pledge ourselves to impart to our patrons n systematic plain and rapid hand writ ins lo a more general extent than is done at any similar college in the State The suite of rooms occupied by this Institution are more extensive elegant and conveniently ted up than those of any similar college in the Union the many of the students on graduating are placed in lucrative situations lowing essential points to artificial teeth Beauty and naturalness of appearances ity and strength of the materials comfort to wearer and usefulness in restoring the natural of the and ability to masticate in all of which they arc warranted in saying they are exceeded by auc Dialled by few inserted one to a full set with Full ami half sets invariably inserted by suction All operations in performed in thorough T 1C li ii S the superior character of the work and lit guarantee given they arc the Ours being at present tne Only Insurance ml the companies represented of their cij in this city an us having given such satisfactory evidence of their safety we solicit for them a share of public patronage JONES Agents Fort Wayne Inly AY HOOPER A nt TAW Columbia city Ind in the Court S ry Columbia City Ind OU in JOHN I A S K RIDDER Merchants Line Main and Sycamore streels York barrel and dairy sack salt tor sale Court Commission nts and Agents Miami canal and Sycamore r York ami dairy sack salt lor sale Prompt and dispatch will be given to forwarding soods on I lie Krie Miami and or I In: various railroads Liberal advances on consignments either for shipment or for in this market Orders for goods or selling western produce punctually attended to Tim Teeth or mum mi id pe r Tooth Silrer The money refunded if the Teeth do not prove satisfactory the information of those living at n dis- tance we would state that our facilities arc- such hat wo can in finest style a full set of Teeth ill from il to hours and small prices in proportion so that no need No Rice SHiI Elm July til
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