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Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - December 21, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana JOHN W Editor I witt willingly praise and condemn fearlessly when justice W DAWSON Publisher VOL 1 FORT WAYNE ALLEN COUNTY IND DEC 21 1855 NO 135 PUBLISH Information A YNE w BAWSON Editor and Proprietor j of Arrivals and of the Mails Tunes 3d Story North corner Clinton and Columbia Streets FORT IXH invariably in advance Cue Your 00 Six Railroad and Columbus Cincinnati and j Depot as Summer Monday Train ill leave the sixth street Indianapolis via Leaves Daily Sundays at 9 00 A M Arrives OHIO at Leaves Daily Sundays A M way Stations rlis Express For Indianapolis Lafayette Peru i Michigan City Chicago Rock Island St Louis and tlie West This train stops at all the All Legal one dollar square j cents j for each subsequent insertion Business and Advertising f of 13 lines or less first insertion 00 Arrives Mondays 9 M Leaves Daily Sundays at 7 A M Arrives Mondays 8 p M MICH Leaves Daily Sundays A M Arrives additional insertion 25 Leaves Mondays A Fridays A M mouths 500 Arrives Tuesdays t Saturdays o M- One three m square six mouths 9 00 COLOMBIA CITY nc sq One square one year 00 j Leaves 1 lies ays 1 it at 6 A M three 7 00 1 Arrives Mondays r M Lightning Express at A St For Civile Cleveland Sandusky Dunkirk lo Albany New York and Boston connecting at Leaves Tuesdays 1 it at s A 31 Arrives Mondays Wednesdays it Fridays 3 v u 25 00 Leaves I'ndays.at will lie I Arrives Tuesdays Two squares six 0 Two squares one 00 Three three Three sis 00 one year Yearly advertisements of ft column or less illiberal discount from the above nnd will be inserted until forbidden unless otherwise Leaves Mondays and 1 at marked and chared accordingly Arrives Saturdays and transient advertisements advance or will be required and for all the same Leaves Fridays at unless ordered by a party or a Arrives ttf payment given T ILT All letters to the Editorial and j of the must 1 directed to the and alii communications intended I tot must be written in a plain and Leaves Fridays at style and those will Arrives be inserted on the usual terms FAY Forest for Crestline Pittsburgh Philadelphia timore Washington anil with train for Toledo and Chicago arriving al Chicago A M This train stops only al Hamilton Springfield Urbana Belfontaine Tiffin anJ Grafton and Pittsburgh at a Dayton Springfield dusky Cleveland and way stations Connects at I Forest for Crestline Philadelphia I timore and also to Lima Fort Wayne -1 Same train connects at Sandusky with steamer BAV CITY for Detroit and at Day ton with train for Troy 7 A M 7 P M Thursdays at This Office is now supplied with the most 17 perfect and complete assortment of -I ever to Northern Indiana to c used in the Art together with LAIN in an extensive and variety anil we will be pleased to receive G A M r M R A M 7 r H I 11 P.M 3 I- M 1 Piqua Accommodation 11 a llami ton and all way Stations FIFTH and Dayton west POST WAYNE MERCANTILE of sixth ami Walnut Streets r litock Fort Wayne Principal of tins tion from past experience and success as a teacher ind practical book-keeper has no hesitation in that the facilities afforded to young men themselves for the duties of the ng and various other pursuits unsurpassed by any similar institution in the Union The course of instruction is thorough and Ohio The lias removed his tile College to his new north west cor- ner of Walnut and Sixth streets where he lias ted up a splendid suit of rooms expressly for this spared neither pains nor expense in making them in every respect the most ent and pleasant school rooms in the United States The plan adopted in teaching combines practice with theory instead of using books the pupils are exercised in making original entries of every day business transaction Journalizing Posting accounts opening closing a great ety of different sets of books both for partnership and individual business where the business has been prosperous and adverse arid thus qualifying the student for entering into the duties of the accountant in any kind of business The course of instruction will consist of ENTRY BOOK embracing every department of trade and Mercantile accounts Wholesale Retail commission Exchange Banking turing Shipping Individual Partnership boating Compound Company Business com- calculations Practical Penmanship and at I commercial Law also lectures on the science of accounts custom of merchants In addition to the regular course of study the G A M MILLS LSD Leaves Fridays at 7 r M Mails which leave in the morning will close the previous evening All others minutes before con- tract time for departure 03 Office open during the week from 7 to 8 d from M p m and on Sundays from 9 to in and 1 to 2 p m JOHN G MAIEK V Of any description cr All kinds by and Storekeepers Retailers And Medici ue Auctioneers Rail Agents Hanks Stock Companies Commission and Forwarding Express Men Professional Men Literary Societies Patentees of New Articles all Trades n A of Assemblies Agents Farmers or sellers of Estate Sellers of Personal In short all kinds by all j cles named A Of Corn WEIGHTS AND MEASURES The following is a table the legal weight if the articles enumerated bushel which is the ly true way of or produce or of pounds U on the ft Corn Buck Barley 48 ufl Clover Timothy Flax 50 Hemp 45 at 2.30 p at all way stations has made with Henry Connects at Dayton lor Troy and at Snow Esq Hon Prof Wright Hamilton Eaton Richmond Indianapolis and other t lecturers to deliver a course of I lectures oil the subject of Commercial Law Express at 5 p in for j tory ol commerce Political Economy as ion Sandusky and way stations j cd with and other subjects of great im- Dunkirk York nnd portance in a commercial point of view and never before introduced in any Mercantile college in the United States Pupils are instructed individually and not ir 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 th Boston connects at Forest for Philadelphia Baltimore ami at Hamilton for Richmond and intermediate stations Accommodation at p train stops at all regular stations and at flag stations on signal or notice to the Con- ductor checked to Cleveland Dunkirk lo and Pittsburgh RETURNING Trains leave Dayton at and a in 1.35 and p m Leave Richmond 10.30 a m and p m Leave Hamilton at and 9 00 a m 12 7.15 and For further information or tickets apply at the Ticket Office corner of Broadway and Front St under the Spencer House on Walnut street next door to the Gibson House or at the Sixth Street Depot 0 AMES June I Gill 1855 Tuesday June Hh ami until LUSK Mercantile Col- the trains will depart from Wood I 33 legs Superior Street s Street K Costor Dried Dried apj ties Onions Salt Mineral Coal 57 50 TO la G ol Time lor Indianapolis and Chicago ami all I lie the ern nml western cities and E Bead notice lion a Foil at R a m and -1 n m For Louisville Madison at P 1 2 3d p m For Aurora at 45 a m S V a m 2 3d p m p m and U p m Freight for Louisville Indianapolis Peru Terre Haute and all stations at 7 a in Vv 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 student rigid anil thorough interrogations by the Principal assisted by u committee of Prac tical Accountants and Businessmen and diplomas awarded to who are worthy of them A couise can be completed in from six to ten weeks And in conclusion the Principal would state that everything in his power will be done to advance his students and make them thorough and accomplished accountants and his extensive quaintance with the business community will gen enable him procure situations for those de- sirous of them a full course of lessons in Book commercials calculations com- Law R S BACON Principal Cincinnati July nnt J W Stratum THE FRANKLIN PIERCE of President of the United States J D of Indiana Vice President protein tl pro lent pie who are willing to pay a reasonable U i WILLIAM L MAUCY of New York Secretary All orders by mail promptly attended to and J It HITCHCOCK N S F OTIS Esq U GORDON Esq Pres Cins G LORIN Prof ST E F q Esq WICK warranted ON Kates of when paid in anil sent Jrom the Office oj to Actual Subscribers Cono only sent to actual within the county printed Newspapers and 01 in when circulated i Ihc Slat where cents and of the weight of 3 ol and un Her sent to any part uf the United States j JAMES of Kentucky Secretary of the Treasury of Michigan Secretary of the Interior JAMBS C Doinns the Navy of Mississippi ar of Gen THE B of Maryland Chief Justice John of Ohio Associate Justice THE LAW OF X 1 who do not express notice con- trary are considered as tions continue their o If subscribers order the papers thi can to semi Item until all arrearages or refuse Intake heir papers from the to which they are directed they arc held re- anv subscribers remove to an other place without publisher ami paper is scut to the for and leaving It or is prim i facia evidence of Regular cation of Furt Wayne Encampment No third Wednesday evening in each mouth Fort Wayne Chapter No first Wednesday evening in each month No 25 Tuesday evening next pre- each full moon Summit City Lodge U D Friday evening next following each full moon The have every week on Tuesday nnd Friday evening All Masons in good visiting are fraternally invited to attend Instruction will in the in whose INDEPENDENT CEDES OF ODD FELLOWS G Eaken HARMONY Lodso Ho Th A M Webb N O C Orff V G S ening SUMMIT Meets on flic 1st and Saturdays in each month F W C P Comparet II P I S W II OF REBECCA Meet the first Tucs dny month 4.500 4500 A Governor i D Speaker of Senate i Secretary of State I E Auditor of W R Treasurer of State Judge Supreme Court L S E S B A G Reporter to Court Clerk DIRECTORY T L Wonlen Prest Judge lOlb Judicial District E R Wilson Prosecuting Attorney Com Pleas Adams it Allen loseph District Attorney I D T Nelson Clerk Auditor Bird Treasurer H W A Jackson County Surveyor For Tickets apply at Ue Offices south east corner of Fourth ami Vine streets No least Front st Station on west front street or at the offices of the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad co S- S POST Chief Engineer and Superintendent July 1855 SUMMER 1855 LITTLE MIAMI Columbus and Buffalo New York Boston Falls Montreal Quebec by the columbus and Cleveland route and LAKE STEAMERS CITY QUEEN OF THE WEST apt W T Pease capt D II and owned by columbus H B Bryant R C Spencer il D Stratum Co of Accls and W it Co en Business Customs tical and embraces by single nun Double Entry and its application to every ment of trade as now practiced by the most and experienced accountants taught on an entire new and successful plan enabling th e in much less time to become more self re- liant than by any other plan also Commercial Law Mercantile Commercial Calculation practical nnd ornamental PENMANSHIP Archi- Drawing The system of Penmanship adopted in this is unrivalled giving a free easy use of the hand and pen thereby enabling the student to effert any style of writing Young Ladies find gentlemen desirous of qualifying themselves for teachers will save much time and expense by curin this system taught in no other institution in the west The thorough anil extensive course of tion combined with the elegance beauty and con of tne rooms the highly qualified teach ers and pleasant ami healthy location renders this the mest attractive institution to all who may de- sire an accomplished commercial education There is also connected with it a fitted with elegance and expressly tor their convenience being entirely separate from department having a separate entrance froni the street C J DIETRICH July Principal AMERICAN MANUFACTURES B WETTING 39 Vine Street Cincinnati Since this superior Fluid Ink lias been before the public now nearly two years it has been constantly gaining in favor and is now preferred by to the far-famed Arnold Fluid During the past year TWENTY and PINT LES together with innumerable have been sold to and MERCHANTS IN CINCINNATI VILLE PITTSBURG BUFFALO CLEVELAND DKT KOIT TEK UK HAUTE LAFAYETTE CENNES INDIANAPOLIS EVANSVILLE FRANKFORT NASHVILLE MEMPHIS ST.LOUIS VICKSBURG JACKSON and NEW ORLEANS It has also been adopted in the STATE MENTS of KENTUCKY and It has taken THREE FIRST CLASS Dl AS at Mechanic's Institute of and Louisville and four Diplomas and nt State Fairs held hist Fall in York Ohio In- Illinois A has just boon awarded this Fluid at ihc Slate Fair of Sew York held nt The following and Merchants f Fort Wayne have adopted this INK to whom the id HIT Hank Allen Co Bankers City Bank Hough it Jones Insurance Union Telegraph H R N Freeman ife Co Win T Henry Co Commissioners P J Wise County 11 Stewart Mayor City Marshal It N Godfroy Clerk Wm W Carson Attorney C Heiker A Gil TO Cullers Corn Shelters Machines for sale at A J M MILLS K OW IV nnd Trens Fl Wayne and Chicago Railroad Co No 37 Ind slory WILLIAMS ORO No 85 Columbia St Fort Wayne In We would call the attention of countr merchants and grocers to our stock Our are all with direct reference to the jobbin business and we arc able to supply dealers with ery thing in our line on as favorable terms a things considered as can be bought east or lid Cleveland New York and Erie and N York entral routes Two TRAINS hi connection with Lake at C a m anil 9 a in FIRST fi o'clock a 11 arrives at Cleveland o'clock p this have Sd hours at Cleveland nine o'clock a m direct connection at Cleveland with the learner Bolh the trains by route run directly along ide the steamer at Cleveland Passengers leaving their names at the ticket of- ice state rooms will be telegraphed for Trains run by columbus minutes faster han Cincinnati Through Tickets and all information can be ob- at the new offices No i Unmet House building W L O'BRIEN ticket agent No 177 office ibson House building ALEX LTON ticket agent or at the old office S E cor- ler Broadway and Front street opposite Spencer louse oral the eastern Little Depot east street Office hours from a in until 94 p m P W General Girent The Omnibus Line calls for passengers at nil the principal Hotels for each ami every train By directions at either ol the offices will of the city without L W l.usk Business and Ornamental Penmanship and Lecturer on commercial cor- respondence HOPS Judge Starkweather and Clark on commercial law T I Handy Lecturer on Finance ivc Asa Mahan Lecturer on Political Economy J Hyatt Smith Lecturer on commercial ethics E fl White and J B Merrian Lecturers oil com- com For full course including all de- of Lectures practical Penmanship S-l For full course in Ladies Department 25 00 Persons talius alone wiH re- 20 lessons for 5 00 For various styles of ornamental penmanship as upon TIIK of the Institution is to afford facilities for acquiring in an expeditious a thorough of the and Art as practically employed in the counting room and business pursuits generally THE HOOK is under the sonal of one of the best ants in the United Slates No Mercantile college in West possesses superior if equal ges for imparting n thorough practical knowledge of commercial science I TIIK 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 railroad banking shipping individual partnership and com- und company business will be delivered upon the commercial political commercial I H W Oakley it Son ving call for passengers in all parts fail Miscellaneous t Insurance In view of the late f Act of the Legislature requiring all Foreign In- surance companies to file wish the sworn exhibits of their a flairs twice in each year audio deposit with him securities as a guarantee fund for the benefit of the insured lo be kept as a permanent deposit The subscribers have been induced to take the agency believing that they are fully have therefore received the agency of the following Aetna Insurance Co oj Connecticut do do Star do do fine whore exhibits are herewith and to which is called Ours being at present the Only Insurance cy in this city and the companies rep resell led us having given such satisfactory evidence of their entire safety we solicit for them a share ol imbl patronage JONES Agents Fort Wayne July 21 AY HOOPER it Coi on at Law Columbia city Ind in the Com- IP ilic House Itf JAMES S jam and ry Columbia City in th Court H Times Hill it Comparet Co Vor sallo at Manufacturers prices by C Sole for the Fort Wayne Dee 1 for the Second Annual of this new and popular institution for the diffusion of Literature nnd Art have been made on most extensive swale works ready enframed is the fur-famed winch cost ton thousand dollars In forming the Collection the diffusion ct works of ART and the encouragement of American genius have not been overlooked Com- missions have Uvn issued to many of the most dis- Artists who will contribute some of finest productions Among them are three marble Busts executed by the greatest living TON the of his Country BENJAMIN the A has visited Europe and careful and of foreign works of Art both in Bronze and Marble Statuary and choice Paintings The whole forming a large and valuable collection of Paintings and lie distributed members of the Association for the second year or of Three Dollars constitutes any onea member of this ation ami entitles him to either one of the Magazines for and also a ticket in the distribution of and Paintings The issued to subscribers consists of the following monthly Harper's s mercantile commercial Words Book business hiking are entitled ecc commerce practical and will i f i taught by J W l.usk who for rapid and is unsurpassed by any teacher of ply in the West More attention is given to plain this Institution than at my other mercantile college in the United Stales and we pledge ourselves to impart to our patrons a systematic plain and rapid business hand writ ing to a more general extent than is done at any similar college in the Slate The suite of rooms occupied by this Institution are more extensive elegant and conveniently fit ted up than of any similar college ir the The Lai ies department is entirely separate from the and is lilted up in a magnificent and convenient manner The arrangements lor ami patronage of aie unequalled Through the extensive business acquaintance ol Hie Principals many of the students on graduating are placed in lucrative situations UST received fiO sells of Berlin fron setts common ware together with any amount Blue Stone and no mistake at mulberry fir sale low and T 0 a ud dealers in Ohio July Hi HB REED Co Wholesale ami Retail ers in genuine also Paints Oils Woods legists ware Surgical calhoun Furl Wayne rorner Columbia and 0 are entitled to any five of Magazines for one year and to six tickets iu distribution The m-t proceeds ved from InV sale of are devoted toll e purchase of works of Art fur year THE ADVANTAGES SECURED by a member of Association 1st All persons receive of their sub nt the start in the shape of sterling Al Kach member is 111 Inwards ing choice works of Art are to be distributed themselves and areal the same time aging the uf disbursing ands of dollars through its agency Persons fun as for will please their post in full staling the month wish he Magazine to commence and have at the Post Office to pre- vent on its receipt a certificate of Membership with tbe Magazine desired will be ded lo ray part of the country Those who purchase Magazines at will observe by receive the five ticket in annual tinn all at the same price Ihry pay for C L 0 A A by J OUT Lotr For has laid on the tion iu thirty range twelve mil lois live acres Said lots south of the court 01 old road ai d will In sold on reasonable terms For fui I inquire at the July
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