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   Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - October 18, 1861, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               DAWSON'S DAILY TIMES AND UNION. VOLUME 4. FORT WAYNE Fill DAY. OCTOBER 18, 1861. NUMBEK 222. Daily Times and Union. Ftbnurr let 1839. 'JLI'OJh. W.BDAWSON, corner of Calhonn and Main f Snbieription la Six Months............................ 350 Th ree MVJnths, 200 Pet week'.. 'I..................... of Advertising. t3P All Legal Advortisments one dollar nqnare often for insertion and twenty five cents square for each subsequent inser- tion- Dvsihe.ss aad Mlscellnneous rtde square 10 lines or less, flrstinsertion, Each additional insertion square three months One :aquare months One square one Two squares three months, sis months, 13 00. Two iquaes ene year 20 00. Three squares three months a in Thr to squares sir mouths, ..18 00. one year 00 Yearly advertismentsof a column or less will be inserted at a liberal discount from the above and will be inserted until forbidden, unless otiicr-wtse market, and charged accordingly. 'For all [egal and transient advertisroents, ad- vance payments will be required and' for all others thtc same, uulesi ordered by a responsible a guaranty of payment is given. Alllutters pertaining to the Editorial and business department of the Office, must be di- rected to the "Times and all communi- tationfl intended for publication, must be written in a olain and legible style and those pertain- ing to private matters will only be inserted on theiiimai terms PAY. _ fl 00 25 .5 00 9 "0. 15 00. 00 MEETINGS OF XASOXIC ODD FELLOW UOD1IS. WAYNE LODGE No day evening on or next preeeilin; all moon each, meet- klRgiTaeidajr oveninpof each week. SnauaitOlty Friday of each Fort Warne Chapter No-. Wedncsdaj in each month. PortWaTnfl, EncampmsnlNo. nirliiii of cK-h 'month. Hum mi CityLode. meets atstewart Hall.________________ I. O. O. FORT WAYNE LODGR NO- 14, :MeetsMondav Evenings of each week D.M Falls, V.R; P. J. Wise, P. S; O. W JefVerds, Treasurer. HARMONY LODGE, No. meets Thurs- day Evenings of each week- J- J- Kmnm, N. Wm. Wadington, V. Horden, R. A C. Fletcher, P. S; C. Green, Treasurer. SUMMIT CITY ENCAMPMENT No. 10, meets 1st 3rd Saturday evenings of each month 8. P; W. H. Brooks, II. P; Ike W. Campbell, Scribe. ____ HENRY J A8H, EKWABI) AfiNKW Manufacturers of L. Patent Machine-made ROBINSON'S New Brick Store, t the Old Stand in FOJ2I1 THIS RETAIL BOOT A NO SHOE Ma mi factory, AND LEATHER STORE Is establishment of the kind in tkispartot' thecouutry.J MV RETAIL ROOH1 Is spacious and well filled, from thestvles of White Satin, French KidandToiletSlip- per, to the FANCY GAiTERand STOGA BOOT Can besuppliedai'lowaptheycanbuvof Eastern Jobbing Houses, an I purchase direct from the Manufacturers in Eastern Villages, where the Jobbers buy their Stock and when my own Home-Made Work Is added to the Eastern, abettor stock isfur nished. Also: Sole Leather, Upper, Calf Skins, Kip Stems, Lasts, Pegs and Findings, JPwfJTO Life Fills and Phoenix Bitters. IMIKSE MEnHJINDB rinvo now litcn tiefnrr the pnMi 1 foi aprriixt of THIRTY YKARH, fcnd ritiringthnl tiwi Diaintainrd high clmrirltr in of th fortneir anil immediate power of perfect to tuflVrini; uniltr nearly every kind of to which Ihe hnninn frnine llnhlr. diitmiin; of hums in wliitli tlie Life Are well known to be infullihle. DYSPEPSIA, liythorunghlrrlrnnhing the (IrsI ftncliecom' itomnrhi, anil i-Mitting a flow of heMllw bilr, insieailo the ttnil m-rid kind; Flatulenev, or Al'i'BTITR fltAliTHI.'UN, IlKMlM IIF, HtS'l I.UKSNKSS, II.L-'l'KMI'KR, IVTV, I.4KOVOR, and which genera ot cure. COSTIVENESS, whole length of Ihe in- lestines with solve in and wiihont all vio bonTlsrii'livc witliin two   the trade urtttu y low for Cash, fteligious, Scientific, Political, snd Miscellaneous, coiwtftntlyen kecd. School Books of every description, Slates, Pencils, Maps and Stationery. Hides and Skins. JAMES H, ROBINSON, Fort Wayne, I ml Anril 1.1860. manufacture nnd keep constantly on hand .rood slock of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron ware, aind a assortment of Hardware, Stoves Nails, ttatxleti diid Farming ImpU'inrnts, Cook ing Uteneiie, aiwl House keeping Goods. No. 61 Columbia Street, Fort Wnvnn. Ind MiO. Call and See Specimens of FIRE PROOF SAFES. AT J. H. ROBINSON'S, Wholesale Boot, Shoe aud Leather Store, Co- lumbia St., west end. H. N. WARD'S. Wholesale China iind Crockery Store, No. 121 Columbia street. VOORHIS k KAUFFMAN, Wholesale Watch and Jewelry Store, corner of Calhoun and Main streets) A. D. REIDS, Stol Plow Factory, Main Street. H. J. RUDISILL'S, St. Joe Flouring Mills, B.W.OAKLEY'S Wholesale nnd Retail dealer in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, No. 79 Columbia-street. Warranted Free From Dampness. Prices to suit the times. W. OAKLEY, Agent. I860. Winter Arransements. 1861. Indianapolis Cincinnati short line Railroad via Lawrenceburg. No change of Cars to Cincinnati. Through to Cinviiitrit iin advance of sill oilier Routes Connects a t Cincinnati I'lirC-ynt (liana, I.ox Iliplcy, Miiysvil e, I'urtsmoiilli, Ma- rietla. I'.ii-koivtmrtr, mill City, Columbus, New- ark, KaiittriVille, Wlict-litifr, Morrow, Circlc- villt1, hatiu.istor, Lcxingtuu, nnil Z.-1111-Kvillu, Ohio. On afttr Moulay, Die. ftd 18GO, Trains leave ludiiinnpoliri Iroin Union 'JL'rain. f A. M. Cincinnati anil Lexington press, arrives :tt Cineiiinati :it A. M., I..'xin-ton. Ky., I'- M., Chillicotlic, Ohio, BiMO M. Second Train. P. M. Cincinnati Mail arrives nt Cin- Z ointwti ut I'. M. This train con- nects nt Cineimmti Newark, Zam-nvillc, Cliillicntlif, Marietta, Oral'ton, ttlld WasliiiiHtuii City direct. PASSKNUKUS tlii.J Train make the same time to nil the above named points, as any other Route out of Indianapolis, anil Fare at as lina. Third Train. i F. M. Niflht Lxpri-ss.ai rives at Cincin- nati at, A. M I'atcnt and Smoking Cars on this route. Fare same :is by any other route. for your Tickets via the Indianapo- lis and Cincinnati Rail Itoad. BajllMfie checked Through tickets lor sale at all ticket offices in tho North West. THK CJliEATEST Discovery GF THE AGE. MR. KENNEDY, of Roxl.ury.lias discorer- ed in one of our pasture weeds a remedy that cures Every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. lie has tried it in over eleven hundred cases and never failed except, iu two casts, (both thun- der and humor He has now in his possession over out; hundred certificated of its value, all within twenty mileri of lioston. Two bottles arc warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of rimples on the face- will clear the si'Btcin ol biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker in tlie month or stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of I'ry.-ipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor in the Kyes. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the cars and blotches amimjj; the hair. four to six bottles arc warranted to cure cor- rupt running ulcers. On'.-bottle will cure scaly eruptions of the skin Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of ringworm- Two or three bottles arc warranted to cure the most desperate ease of rheumatism. Three to lour bottles are warranted to cure salt '.hniim. Five to cixhthottlct: will cure the worst case I' Scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first lottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when tht i.lwve quantity is taken. Roxuunv, Mass. DKAR reputation of the Medical iseovei-j in ctirint! all kind of humor, is so well stablished by the unanimous voice of :ill who have ever used it, that I need not say n the subject, as the most skillful physicians and for Baltimore and Washinfiton. Six daily trains between Philadelphia and New York; two daily trains between New York nnd Boston. Through tickets (nil rail) are good on either of the above trains and transfers through New York free. Bout Tickets to Boston ,-ire good via Norwich Fall River, or Stouingtou lines. Baggage traiiH- ferred free. Tickets may he obtained at any of the impor- tant Kailioad ollices in the west; also, on board any of -the regular line of Steamers on the Mis sissippi or Ohio Rivers. Fart alwmjn as low, and time as quick as by any other Ask for Tickets by The completion of the We.tern coiinectionsof the Pennsylvania Railroad to Chicago, malic.-, this the direct Line between The East and the Great West. The connecting of tracks by the Rail Road Biidfte at Pittaburg, avoiding all drnyagt: or fer- riage" of freight, together with the saving of time, advantages readily appreciated by shippers of freight, and the travelling public. For freight contracts or shipping directions, apply to, or address cither of the following Ag'ts of the Company: D A. Stewart, Pittsburg, Pa.; Doyle Co., Steubenville, O.; H. S Pierce Co., Zanesville, O.; J. J. Johnston, Ripley, O.; R. McNeedy, Mavsville, Ky.; Ormsby Cropper, Pottsmouth, O.; Paddock Co., Jclicrsonvillr, Ind.; H. W- Brown Co Cincinnati, O.; Athern Ilibbcrt, Cincinnati, O.; it. C. Muldrutn, Madison, Ind.; J. E. Moore, G. O'Riley Evaiisvillc, Ind., N. W. Graham Co Cairo, 111.; R.F. Sass, St. Louis, Mo.; John If. Harris, Nashville, Tenn.; Han-is Hunt, Memphis, Tenn.; Clarke Co., Chicago, 111.; W H. II. Koontz, Alton, 111 ;orto Freight Agentsof Rail- roads diliercnt points in the West. The Greatest facilities offered for the Protection andtpecily Transportation of IAKC Ktnck, And good accommodations with usual privileges for poi-sons traveling in charge thereof. Freights Westward. Bv this route, freights of all descriptions can to and from Philadelphia, N. York, Boston or llaltimore, or to and from any point on the of Oliio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illi- nois. Wisconsin, Iowa, or by Railroad direct. I The Pennsylvania Railroad also connect? at Pitt-Omrt; with whieu Uouds can lie forwarded to any port on the Ohio, Muskiiijjum, 1 Kentucky. Tennessee, Cumberland, lllinoiii, Mis- I sissippi, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Aarkaiic-as, and Red Rivers; anil at Cleveland, HamliiHky and Chie.igo with Steamer.-; to all portson the North western Lakes. Merchants and Shippers entrll.sling the trans portation of their their Freight to this Company, can rely with confidence mi its speedy transit. Tin: Rules n f to any point in the West by the Pennsylvania Railroad are at all times as favorable as are charged by oilier Railroad Corn- pa ni es. He particular to mark packages "Via l-eiin. R.R" F.. Philadelphia. MAtlRAW .S; KOONS, WI North street, Baltimore. LKKCI1 Co., No. 2, Astor House, or No Wm-st. N. Y. LHKCM Co., No. 51 Kilbv Street, Boston. II. II. II01J8TON, General Anent, Philadelphia. F.NOCII LKW1S, r Jlh 'fil ckwly. Gen'l Kuift, Altoontt, Pa Fire Mnrine Insurance. what we have never been iibieto nay of any oth- i tr has it failed in a single in- I stance, to eiVi-et a cure when timely used. Nev- er did we know ;in of dissatisfaction by i Ltiter, Cup, Legal Cap, Note, Drawing, Blot did Wrapping Taper of every puog one who used it Oa tlie contrary, all arc delighted with its operations, and speak in torms of commendation of it.s musical effects and med- ical virtues. .Wefpeak in this matter "what we j do ten years' experU-nco, nnd pledge our reputation for the.fulfillment of what, we here declare. In almost every instance where tho in- f.Ult iu glittering from pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup it, administered. This valuable preparation is the prescription of one of the most f xpcriencod and skillful Nursei in New England, and has been with never fulling success in THOUSANDS OP CASES. It notunly veUovpa the. child from pain, but ip- the stomach and bowels, corrects aridi- ty, and gives tone and eneipcy to the whole BVS- tern. It will almost instantly relieve Uriping in Bowels. 'uid Wind Colic, nnd overcome con- vulsions, wiitch it not speedily remedk-tl, end in death. We believe it the best and surest, reme- dy in the world, in all cases of sud Diarrhoea in Children, whetlu-j it arises from Teething or a.iy other cause. We would say to every .Mother Who hits a child suQ'cring from any of tho complaints, do not 1st your prej- udices, nor of others, stand be- tween you and your suffering Child und tho relic! that will be follow the use of this Medicine, if timely used. I-'ull directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fac-simileof Perkins, New York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by Druggists throughout the world. 1'i-in cipal Otticc, Cedar Street N. Y. Trice only 25 cents per bottle Sold in Fort Wayne by 1L B.'Kecd Co., Meyer Brother, and by Druggislsgetisrallv. Feb. Pth 1KGI. diwly tins Fancy and Celling Papers. ir> is AT s -J -H-ff rV BLANK KOOK.S, LAW and MEDICAL BOOK4, INKU und WRITING of all kinds, itUck, Blue, Carmine fro Printers Inks, Pa a Dictionary, Agent for Ha rpcr Bro. and D. Appletow Co. If Little Brown Co. Boston Blinchard Lee, All theii1 publications furnishod at Cttft- lopup prices, Onlcri to ensure prompt attentifin no- with the caah. Cincinnati and indi- aiiapoliii bills duplicated Libilftl JisOOUPt to Teachers, Music, and Musical nit-art" Flutlmaa, Peru. Indianapolis H. X Xji'Xt. O .A.1> ON and after Monday, November 14th, 185U. trains will run as follow y; The- Mail train will leave Indianapo'luat p. ni., stop at all Stations, and connect at Peru with trains going went on the T. W. K, R. foi Logalisporl and Delphi at p in, nits with tbo trains {.roing I''ft-sl :il p in, to Wnbiish, Lagro, Hunting ton, Fort Wayne, Toledo, Detroit, Kcturning, the. Mail train will leave Peru ut R-lf> a arrive Indianapolis at 12M, ma- U'uip; close-connection wltli trains for nil poiutr Fiiist, South and est-. Anuccomniodutiontrniii will leuvcJUnlon T c- jioi, ..I UilOn m iiuil arrive at, I'rru nt, I :'ll p with ;m going on Ihe 'I' VV R 1! ..-it S.-iJO p in Returning, tho accommodation train will leave Peru nt a iu, niicl roiich Indianapolis at p tu, connecting with this evening trains to Day- i and Terrt j Haute. for ut the principal offi- 1 cc.-on Hiu T W i R R. at Peru and Kokomo i I'm'points South; and Indianapolis for all princi- pal points North :md Gnat. Special attention given to the Transportatioi! oflive.stock, produceand iuerch.iudisegcntirH.lly DAVID MACY, (Jwnc-ral Agent and Hup't- T P. (ii-n. Agent. Every InstruiKent warranted perfect Stringv of every deutiriptioii afidqualitj, trow 5 cents to cents. Call nnd examine bofore purchasijig elsewhtrt and be convinced that I am selling cheaper any other house in tbs trade, a.t N'o, i C.ilhoua-sjt. W. H, BROOKS, Jr. Fort Wayne, Nov. 23d 'CO. A. D. Iron Store 137 TONS BAR IRON 'PO be sold in city of Fort Wayne; 1_ factitrrtl nt tho Lawrcncu Rollings Mills gf I- 1 ntown Ohio embracin 110 Different Howard Association sure you get in the right i thuinost careful Druggists in the country are train at Indianapolis. The only Cincinnati train stands on the fifth track, being the farthest track South hi the Union Depot, at Indianapolis. WM. POW ELL, W. II. NOHLK, Traveling Gtn'l Ticket Ay't. Jan. 25th '61. unanimous in its praise. ]n p't'scnting the Medical Oiscovery to your HAY ff CATTLE SCALES up in part of tUe country, and warrant- ,ed to iiive satisfaction. B. W. OAKLEY, Agent. Fort WaviiB. 1H Ft. Wayne Machine Works FOHT WAYNE, INDIANA. OF JONES, BASS (t CO., AND OK WEI I. MO I.ACIILAN. MiiiMifl.tolu.rers of STEAM ENGINES, Boilers, Mill Gearing, Tanks. Muley, and Circular Saw Mills. Fire Fronts, Cast Fronts for build- Ings, and every description of Renairs on Boilers, Engines, and Machin- ery promptly and on rcawmnble terms SAMOlCt. HANNA, 3 BAM, Dr. Ilomojopatluc Physician anil SuiRcon. OFFICE oiiCalhonn Street, opposite the Pub residence 4U Barr Wayne, Indinv.a CI.OTHINO KMPORITJM I ELKAN JACOBSON, C L O T TrT I IU R AND 1IKA1.KH IN Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps I have just received my complete, stock of all kinds ready made Spring and Summer Clothing, Piece Centa Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps,   Retail Dealers R v o o CA.KPESTS, (Office, No. 60 Dearbom-St., Chicago, 111. f R. Kelly Wm. B. J. S. Mccbluig r' B. K .f S- MKOHMNO, SWy. 8. T. A gent, office North Weatcornvr Farr mrwl RtreoM. fWi WAVUA. Dee. 17th 'fiO.dtf. LLT, Pren't. and other Household FiirnisninR (Joods. Groceries, Woodenware, Yankee Notions, Willow F. W. W. C. MisinHhorn, H. W. E. W. Hull, Geo. A. Oh. W. Fallsing Fort 1861. preat ins'iKiiiit going, gonfi feeling and IIH ference even of the cares of family. Your Stomach Is Kaw and Inflamed, your food distresses you nnd you can only take j certain kinds, and even of that your system Joes not get half the nourishment it contains as the acrimonious fluid of the canker eats it, up; then I your complexion loses its bloom and becomes sallow or greenish and your best day is For want, of nourishment your system becomes loose and llabby mid the fibres of your body be- comes relaxed. Then follow a train of diseases which the Medical Discovery is peculiarly adap- ted to ___ o tr n. :E8 Palpitation of the heart, pain in the side, nessof the spine and small of the back, pain of the hip joint when you retire, iri'-gularity of the also, that most excruciating of dis- eases the ___ tfSft Jtr J- IEV 9 How many thom-ands of women are infTeriug from thin disease and are pining away a miseni- lile life and thoir next door neighbor does not know the cause. I wish to impress on your mind that, good old proverb, "An ounce of prevention is better than s pound of euro." In the Medical You hn vr both the preventive and cure, with (hid grcf.t and good that it will never under any cii-cumstancBs do you any injury. No change of diet the best you can get and enough of it. DIIIKCTION KOR Olio table spoonful over ten from live to flight years, tea spoon- ful. As no direction can bo constitutions, take ftuflficient to operate on bowels twice a PONAI.I) KBNNLI'Y. HFPrJoo per For sale by II.' Reed Co., Meyer Bro., C Nill by Druggists gpncrally Jan. 5th 4twlv following Insurance Cotnpiinips are rep- __resented at the otlloe of Sol D. Bayless, corner of Wayne Mid Clinton streets. SOL. BAYI.KSS is agent for the following Companies. New Kngland Fire anil Marine Insurance Co of Hartford Conn. City Fire Ins. Co.of Hartford Conn. Quaker City Fire and Marine of Philadelphia, Penn Manhattan Firr of New York. Security Fire and Marine of ew York. MR. J.H MYERS uUhcsamcotliccis A gout for the Manhattan Life Insurance Co. of New ,Yoi-k Charter Oak Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of Harlford.Conu. Peoria Co. of Illinois. Huniboldt. Co- of New York. Hampden Co. of Maiw-AchurictU. Home Co. of Connecticut. Merchants Co. ol Hart for 1 Connecticut, The above named Companies are .in roliabU Companies as are. doing business, and for thin wo refer those who wish to insure property to thoir own cm-respondents in the Ka.stern cilicH. We solicit, a share ol'the Insurance of Fort Wayne- mid vicinity, and pledge ourselves to act honorably by all wiio our agency iu the wav of Insurance, and ono of us will bo found nt all times :it tho office mil ess called away in tn- kinii surveys of premises to be insured. SOL D. BAYLKRS. JAM US H. MYERS. A Itfiievolent Institution established by speciii Endowment, fyrllie Relief vf the SicA- am! Vis tressed.afflicted u-ith Virulent, and Diseases, a mlespecially fat thcCurc of Disca trs af thr Srxual MEDICAL ADC16E given gratis, by th acting Surgeon, to ail who apply by letter with a description ot' thcit couriition, (iige.occu pat ion, ha bits of life, and in cfiscofcxtrcn.il poverty, Medicine f urn i shod free of charge. VA I.UAIU.i: KKI'Ofri'S OD Kpoi-nator and oilier Diseases ol' the Srximl Organs and on the Nrto Remedies emjiloved in the Dys petisary, sent to tho aftlicted in lettw eu velopv's.froe of charge. Two or tlu-cc stampi for postage will be acceptable Addrt-ss Dr. S.SICILLIN HDITGHTON Act ing Surgeon, Howard Association, 2 .Soutl I'n. By order of the Directors. KZltA D 1IARTWKLL. GEO. President Sizes. from Uio beat quality of cold blast hang- ng UockClvAi-coal inetal, wamnte.'.d a very s.i- icrioi nrticlo, -wDlbesold lit low Cguroafpr ciujh nd scraj) iron tliaa :iny ever sold in Ji 1--, fan ctni'lr 'att Stent, Stool Springs, Plow Slabs an Vindow Glass and Sash. Also Tin Plate, Wire, n large assortnaum d Blyaou C-'H Cradles, and Earniicg Us gonesally. Also manufacture! t of Tiji, or and Sheet Irou Ware. House JoiibiHg o order. Cooking: Stoves, Wo havo the largest and selected stock the State of Indiann, nnd will them lowei than tiny otbur houue in the United Pitf' or, 11 ox nnd Frauklin stove.s iu any quantity, all )f which are warranted to gc-neral Btttiafac- ion, and last twlco us long ns etoves mada ut any other Furnace. This we know to bo -true from fil'treti yearn experience in the business. Thesosoods wore all bought to BOH to suit the mca to ppond what littlu money you get lo nc best adrnnluge by caTlintc at the Hgti of tlie jolden Btovo, ueit door to Feb. 1.1850 A.I) UIIAND1UFF More Goods! CHEAPER THANNTHE CHEAPEST. School and Miscellaneous Books, N. P. STOCKBIUDGE. i iVall Paper, Music, and Musical Instrument Cold Pens, Toys, Signof the Hook, 101 Coliunhia-Ht. Foi-t Jixl- Jnn'.Sth 'CO dl Worms! Worms! Worms iicafion at hruul when BoouvgtrH of childhood begin to become both trouble- some and daiifi'roua. Dr. JOHN HULL'S Vt'.G KTARLU WORM DMS'l'IfO YKK i.-i a remedy iiliki-plc.-i4.iiit .intl lor the evil. There hi not UK- Imsl diftici.lty in getting cliildren to take the medicine. His prepared in the I'orm ol Candy Drops, ;i.nd. will be, eaten with amllty children of sill agen. Hduslroyt-i'iid e.xpelnwovin- niore clVeetually than any renieily now in uaft while at the..same tiineit will in no way afToctii) juriously the health ol'the child._ H can lie procured from Nill it (Jo., H, Re.cd Co., 11. Wagnor, and Myer A: Bro. drnggii-t.s.and country slurOM cvorywhare Dr. JOHN HULL'S Principal OUiee, Lonia ville.h'y. HAH now on hand full and woBt splMidlil Stock of SPRING and SUMMER QOODS consistiug of BLACK AND FANCY SILKS, Bu-agi.p.Chilin, DtLaiDfi.i, Lawns, Brilliantes Juconut and Swinx laiii, Bonnets, l-J -t-JV, J._j kJ7' Ratttn, fa- and Olotli, Summer WOODWARD YOUlNd. WISH to announce to t.lieir patrons and the public, that they arc now receiving a nd fitshionaltlu Stock of W II. WITIflil'.S. WitlievH Morris, Attorneys and Counselors at Law FOUT Office on Cnlhoun Hoiif'hV Brick building Prompt ji.nd lo all I.UMIKM cntniotol to their earn. .'fdfl N COCMK AT'TT >iKO. Ut.'-MI'tlKfcV Cochrane Humphrey, IIUIID.ERS AXD DOOUS, KLINDS AM) SASH Which they hvae purchased lo null at priced to suit the tiuie.s All in want of anything to adorn at tho old Stand ot Humphroj B and Kurd tho outer Corner af Fulton ami Pr.arl Ktreeu, nrtir the Finest Black Suit! Q R f x (Made, to order) to tho cheapest rcndy jnadegiir- s 1.1, ISfiO incut or from tlm .n-j-.i__i_...u_ FINEST MOLE SKIN HAT! 0. ftOllOEUPK To nhort.unyHiiiiKin lint WIKH.KS.U.K ANO KCTAIL fnrniMhing Line will do well to call and exsmino Htock lioloro purohasijif. WOODWARD YOUNG. 94 Columbia, Street. Fort March 29 t Aiiu ffiumniur for apd Boys; Cottoa Cloth I'roni U to Linon, Mjrsoilli-n, Linrri anfl Cotton TABLECLOTHS AND NAPWNS, Filcacln-d of all dtHcripHuu, Woilousofulj kind and viiviidv- Tho ve'ry best which cnli be grttand found horo orin the. Katitorn Market; Prime Cider which we warrant to bo purcuird 3 yt-avv Crockciy, (.'utlorv, ClUtf.sware of klllanhionw and liuttc-r, tfjrgs, Hams Lard Ataiitly on hanil. 11 arid examine hie Slock ond pi ices, unrt, as ho is bound to soil, ho will be undersold by any one. fio, nave your moi.fty and buy of him, for ho is snyeto (live P.Wfcftg. nprl '60--vrtf WALTEE IAIBLAW, Slater, .Ir.tv-rsrtn Poiuh af rho Collfljf, demoted n Sr ATS now to the public. BtATE making i More Durable and Safer All erdew r.7_. ly AMe.nded to. made, or any infoni lion rcliitivA to the bnrfnesn fhcsrfuljy Slate furnished and Jan.' IftiJi Jb61. tvlv. Calhoun door North of P. Fort Wayne, Indiana CITV m MM 4 S O side of of thA C-Mifil, n. fow Brewery, where ho w frionds nnri the public. Cleaning every descriplion donis p.uoh SbavsU, Presdy'S, Ribbons, Gentlemen's Coats and dyed manner Kid fflovos cleaned iNEWSPA'FERr   

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