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   Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - November 21, 1861, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               TIMES AND VOLUME 4. FOKT WAYNE. IND.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2i, 1881. NUMBER 251. Daily Times ami Union. Commenced February 1st 1859. PnWishM Every Krtnliig (Snndays JOHN W. DAWSON, THIS Olliue on tlio corner of (jaihonn and Main Streets. of Subaorlptlott invariably In Advance. One 00 Six Months.... 200 Per Terms of Advertising. Jtif All Legal Advcrtisments one dollar qnare often lines, for one insertion and twenty five cents f) square for, each subsequent iuser- eion- Bmnsss anil ajiscollancons Advertising, One square 10 linesortess.flrstinsertion, 00 Each additional Oft'e square 4hree jjjj One square ajx J One square one "jj- Two squares three Two squares six Two squaea one year.................' in nfi'13 spacious and well Pilled, Prom Uiestvles ol Three squares three j White Ki.l Toilet Sliu- Tlireesquares six pEr.to theI''ANcy GAiTrn.ind STOOABOOT Three squares one 'Brick Store, I t tho Old Stand in AED LEATHER STORE Is the most extensive esfablishmen' of thckind in thispartol thecountry. ML V MflTAII, KOOJ9I Yearly adverliamentsof a column or less will tote inserted uttt ttbjbrM discount from the-above rates, and will be inserted until forbidden, urn ess Other-wise.niiAet. accordingly. For all legal and transient advertisfmonts, ad- ViiiiC6 payments will be required; and'for all others the same, unlcsi ordered by n, responsible a Rnaranty of payment is Riven. All letters pertaining to the Ivliton vl and business department of the Office, must be rcctcd to the "Times Office." and all communi- cations intended for publication, must be written in a pUin nnd legible style and those pertum- ingtoprivatojmatters will only be inserted on the usual terms pon PAV. MASONIC ODD PILLOW WAYNE LODGE Wo day evening on ornoU 'nil moon each meet, k Tn'esdny ovcniiis of ench wook. f Summit City Lodge Mp. or nf- iil-on Friday ofciich _ Fort Chapter No. in each month. FortWayneSouncil No. hiuhth. i FortWayne Enca.iipmenlWo. i-.lurda jfiimni andSnoampmcn meets atStwwart' Hull. I. O. O. FORT WAYNE LODGR NO 14, Monday Evenings of eneli week J. J. Siincr, N.G D. M Falln, V. T. J. Rod-ibmigh, K. S; P. J. Wiaei P. S; O. W Jeffords', Treasurer. HARMONY No. IS. day Evenings of cnch wcik J. J. Ksimm, N. Wm. Wndinpton; V.G; N-. Hot-don, R. f; A C. Fletcher, P- S; C. Green, Ticaiuror- SUMMIT CITY CNCAMPMKNT No. mcots 1st 3rd Saturday evening of each month S. Robinson, C P; W. II. Brooks, If. P; Ike W. Campbell, HENRV i ASH, HDWAUD ACNMV Manufacturers of L. Fay's Patent Machine-made on hand a good stock of Tin, Copper, anil Sheet lion w ire, and R soloct, assortment of Hardline, Nulls, Oai-den and F-irmins Implement, Cuoli Utciisiis.alid keeping Goods. No. 01 Columbia Fort Wiivno. Tnd Antf. MiO. Call and See Spcciriiecs cf FIRE riSOOF SAFES. J. II. ROJilNHON'S, Wl-olfsale Bnot, Shoe and Lcallitr Ptore, Co- luiubi.i St wt.st end. H. N. WARD'S, Wholesale China and Crockery Store, No. 12) Columbia street. VOORIHS KAUFFMAN, Wholesale Watch and Jewelry Store, cornci of Calhoun and M.iin streets A. D. RfilDM, Stol Plow Factory, Main Street. II. J. RUDISILL'S, Si. Joe Flouring Mills. ,n. W.OAKLEY'S Wholcsr.loimd Retail dealer in Foreign and Domestic Hardware, No. 79 Columbi.i-slicct. Warranted Free From Dampness. Prices to suit the times. U. W. OAKLEY, Agent. IMPROVED HAY ff CA'iTLK Put up in any part, of the country, wan ant- ed to cive Batiufaclion. B. W. OAKLF.Y, Agent. Fort Wnvno. Pel. IK Ft. Wayne Works -FOllT WAYNE, INDIANA. HUCCKSWH8 OF BASS A ANH OK NKIL MG- I.ACIII.AM. of STEAMENC31N Boilers, Mill Gearing, Ash I.eaehop, Tankit. Muley, Sash and Circular Haw Mills. Fire Fronts, Cast Fronts for build- ings, and every description of IRON BRASS CA8TWG8 Machin- ery promptly executed, and on rc.L.sonahlctermp SAMUBt H. S 1'rrxiilent Ruprrinlciulfnt llvOH UKNNIOIM. HOIIACK Srr.relaru UNION DESPAKH Incorporated by Ihr. Staff of Illinois. Transports lo Markol and sells for Producers, AND TVRERH. Olfiec, No. 60 Dcarborn-St., Chicago, III. ft.tioUr Wm. n. .Tarvis.l Tfttton, J.S. Direetort. F. L. Parker, J.OUIS B. KKU.Y.Prcs't. j, S. MBCHHNO, Scr.'y. T. North Mil il! Can besupplied aplo'v nplheycnnbuvof Jobbing Houses, as I nurch.'ric direct from the Manufacturer1- in E.ii-'iurn Vill.igoi-, nhcre the Jobbers buy their Stock; and when in) own e Work Is added to tlie Eastern, a better stock isfur lushed. Albo: Sole Lciiihcr, Upper, Calf Skins, Kip and ES II, ROBINSON, Fort Wayne, Ind Anil 7. Opposition is (he Life of Trade, BL BED OILS Jr, No. 'I. I tho pioneer Hook man of IS'oitlurn I J ludi ma, i o pectfully iiiinouncis that he liar- he Stock of Hoolcs ionoi-y i Iho oily, he oll'or.s tu tlio tr.idu unusual lo.v foi C.is-h, It dubious, Scientific, Political, ind tantH on hand. Sc'iool IloiiKs of every dtvscripiion, St itionory. r, C.ip, I il C.ip, ISotc, Dr.nvinu, III.L; :ilid SVr ijijiinj; I'.ijitr of ev f all 121.itk, Blno, C.innino Priwtcrs fijks, Paints SSngrai ings, pVorccstcis Diclicniry, Amciic.in Cjclopwdia, IOT rX: Ilro. and Applcton Co.Now York Little n Co. liiinton [Jlincliird Lee. All I'ipir pubhouknih I'liriiihhed at their Cata- pi'icoK. Orders miisl to ationtion bo ac noinp.ii.ud the each, dm iniiati and Indi- liilK diiplic.itnl Iiilunldihcount made Tc.ichcrs. tJ-usic, and Musical Instruments, Guitars. I'luliiias, Fifes, s. Tnslrumonl warranted period Slrin.'jM of and (juality, Irom i cent'- 1 o L.) c  r Brother, and by Ui Feb ttth IMil. d.uvly Mich. Souihcrn Northern Indiana 11. R. 18G9 Winter Arrangement 1861, follow c: Going except Mondaj. Toledost K 15 10 30 8ra IHXtpm "vinA.L. OOOnin, Detroit and Chicago. Leave Detroit nt am Arrhc (.'hicogoat 1030am Toledo and Detroit. Leave Toledo n I 3 20 3 mArrive nt GI5am 300pm 000 jim Toledo and Jackson. I.envi-Tolo'lont J 50 pin Arrive at 6 p m Going and except Saturdays. Le vcChicago at filltl n m Arrive Tilled at 340pm (iSllpni .c u 15am via A 1. in1 HI and Detroit Cliic'igoat litlOnm Arrive Detroitat G 30 pro I pm Q.GJSam HI Detroit and Toledo. I.enve Detroit nt Amie Tulailo at 930 pm 1 SO a m IS 30 a m Jackson and Toledo. Leave Jnctifon n't .1311 am Arrive Toledo at II Ill CONVECTIONS. Railroad ft____ itnikv. Cincinnaii, N'ornnlk, Cleveland, Krie, Dunkirk, Urf fl.tOam 340pm fnlo, Ni iRiirn Al'i.u v.New Vork, I'liilmlelg uitli Dnjton anil Rom] fn'D.iylnn, Hamilton nnd (Jinctiinati with sb.isli Vali for Fcirt pninN Smith West. WilliUrmi.lTn nk firiilvvny IVirSnrnia, Tor- onto, I'rescntt, Monlrpil, llncliiT, Piinlnnd nnil Huston _ with Western Railuny f'cr Ningnr-i F.-.IU, p.niTilo, hanv, NPW fork and Boston; aKo, De'roit (t Mil- wanker Railroitilfor Hnvcn.unlintornieili.Tleslatious. At White WitliTrainn forC'ons! and ucimd Three At Klkhart WittiTrninfor Ligonicr, KonilaJI li'o, nnd OH Al New Allianv JScS.ilem WilJiTnins or Lf.fr, vette, Oeon ami Js'cw Alliiinv LoulM-illu. At With Clm anil Km k [slnml, Oali-nn, Milnai.kcr. Chicago, ami iNorth ICniluav Chicnpo, Alton nnd ft. Illinois Central, and to 'til I'oinU nnd run h> Chicago Time, which 13 OC minutes sin To'cdo Time. I'aientyieeplngCarsaocompanyallnight the Time nnc K.-irPtlio'Tnif aOiv rnv ollrrrR. R. Route JNO. D. CAMPBELL, Gen. Sup't. N. r. R K. Office. Toii-do. alf tnul RctailDealt-rin School Hisesllaiieous Books, Wall Paper, Music, and Instrument Gold Pens, Toyts, Sign of the Hook .104 Columbia-St. T r Fovt Wa-s'iio, Tnd. .TI n di v WOODWARD to anuo'inc" to their patrons ami the public, th.it arc. now ri'Cth my ;i l.n and faslii'-iiaiile Htn' K of tin in !i., il to sell at ]n ici s to si'il the times All in ml ol to a-lorn tho oum m in, liom thu n I (ol.ide lo oidei) toliic clu ij-oft rc.uiy ni.idcgar- inonl 01 I'liiiu the ArTOTiE IT AT 'I'd tin1 oii.ii i in ido. in t ,'ir, th'liL' ill tlio Line tti'i ilo woll to U.U1 and examine uurhtock Ijeloi f IIIIH li YOUNG. I1! Ci.lniulM i ivl. Knit W.mio, O'J, cYx >TI n N C T-IMPOIJITTJNLI JACOB30N, O T T-T I JE 11 Gcnis' Funiislnng Goods. Hats, Caps ST., I li.ivc jiit.1 i cccii od my htock oi all k'lid-, roady made Spring and Gummer Ololhiug1, Piece Goods, Uontrf Fiirni.-hiujj Uoodn. lints, Caps, in w int, of Iin: above arlic !os would do woll to ('.ill .ind my as tho goodh .110 made in Iho latost f-ljlo, nnd "A only iind as the price 1 .shall m.iko thorn inoh as to dofy any contpetUion Ai.iil Hilh TH1 PLACE IN THE CITY TO GET AND TG1ST VIC At, HKOOKS Ji-'s eho.ip oa-h Book and lionorv house. No. 'I C.ilbo.iu u j w. W, W, Griffith WIIOI.I MAI.f. IilMI KISS IN NO.'SO, Si ToU'do,   BAYLKSS. jr JAMCS II. MYERS. The MS Howard" Association A Benevolent Institution citalilislirtl by special Endowment, fijrtJif Sid; anil Dis- tressed, afflicted tntrti- Virulent nnrl Epidemir Diseases, a nil cspf dully fut the Cure of Dima scs of the Sexual Organs. MEDICAL ADC1CE given gratis.' by tin noting Surgeon, to ail who apply by letter with a description of thcii condition, occu- pation. bits of life, and in case ol extfciU' poverty. Medicine fuiniMied free of charge. Jlia-OJiTS on Spir-n.itoi- rhroa other Diseases of tlic Sexual Organs, and on the Ki'intiUrs cinploved in the IJys- prntary, sent to t'ic afflicted in sealed letter cn- velopt-s.frce of chtirfrc Two or three st.unp? ji'ist'ifro will bp nrcppt.iblc Address Dr. S.riKJLLIN UOUGIITON, Aot- Surgeon, Ilnn, ud Association, Ky Ninth street, Pv order of tlu Diri-rtors. KXKA D IIA11TWELL. Gf.o. 1' vincHiT.n, Sec'y President itj.ii! jolis ti C'mdniniii ihGO. Railroad via laa-wrencetmrg. Ho cliang'e of Cars to Cincinnati. to Cincinn-it iin adv.inci of all other Konlcs. Connect ?nt Cincinnati tor I, ex Kit! Ml i' ille, K) HIJI'CN IM.nM il c, Piiil-pionth, AI.i- rU'tl.i. I'.it Gi'.illon, !J lUnnore, i.nil Cil.v, Cnhin.lius, New- Morrow, Wilniiimton, ton, Circle- L.inc.istcr, New Lexington, nnil Ohio. On and after Mond.n, Die. IStiO, Traiii'- Icavc Indi.iii.ipolih Iroin t'l.ion M. Cincinnaii ninl Kt- pre'-s, e-..it Cini-inn iti ill M., L( Ky., 1'. JM., Chillioothe, Ohio, F. M. Seem d Train. snt Cin- .nn con- Ib.) P- M. Cincinnati M.iil cimuti ,it r. M. '1'iiis tr. nects ;it Cincinn.iti for Ni-u Chillicuthc, M.irii-li.i, I'.uU Gr.illon, H.illiniore and Citj direct. by tliis Tr.iin in.-.Ue tlie s.nnc time- to all the named points, as ollur IJoiito out of Inili.iii.ipolih, and Fan: ul tin low- Third 'i rain. M. ,i: lives at Cincin- natial, A.'M. I'.itcnl. and tiinoKinj; Cars on this route. Fare s.unc as by any other roiilo. lor your Ticket via the Indianapo- lis and Cincinnaii liaM Koad. checked Throujrh tickets for it. all ticket ollii-e-s'in the North West. SITCIAI. NoTior. lie sure you "Ct in the rij'ht l.'.iiii at Thoonly Cituinnnli train sl.uiils -in Hie lil'lh t, ,icK, IK the I'u Llicst li.ick South in the 1'ninn Dujmt, al ltnli.ui ipolis. WAI. w. M. A'l't. (Jui'i Jan. a.rn h 'Gl. N ii ml after jVIoinl'iy, November Mth, Irani- ill run lnllou.-J' Tin1 Mail train will leave Indiniiapo'isa! p. in., stop at "II Stations, nnd coiinoet. at 1'oiu with (lain-! w -l iho T. X H. li. fin nnd Delphi at f p m, als with tho trains nt p in, to W.ihash, l''o11. W.i) Dolroit, Kctiiriiinx, Iho M.ulliain will lo.no Torn al a in, Hid arrive :il Indianapolis at, M, inn king oloso eoiineotion with train-, for all pdinti K.iM, Soulh and West. An.ioooinniod.ilioiitraiii will loavo'Union I o pot, Indianapolis at in and arrive :it I'( ru .it p 1111 Aoooniinodatioii liain piling on tho T R p in li tho iioooiuniiidalioii train w ill loavo lYru al, "l a m, and reach p with the o.'onini; trninn to Day- Ion, I ille, and Tcrrc H.iuto. tiokotsfor at, Iho principal offi- ces on tho T W W K li, at I'eni 'ind Kokomo Inr points SonIh; and Indianapolis lor all princi- pal points North and Mast. Special wtl.ontion l.ho Transportation of live stock, nroduccand on orally DAVID MACY, GonOrnl Agont, and f up't. T P. IlAirnHFv. Tloket mm REMOVED 260 Miios Double Track! IhoCspacity of tlVis Iliad isnowEqaalfoany inlhcCoKntry THREE THROUGH Connecting direct in the Union Depot at Pitts with through trains from all eatorn citic.-, for Pliilad( New York, Boston, Baltimore. and Wanhinliton City, thus furnishing facilities for tho transportation ot for speed and coml'oit, by any other route. Express and fast lines run to Philadel- phia without clmngoof cars or ComlucLoas. Smokins cars arc attached to each train; Wood ruftV sleeping' cars to express nnd fust The Express runn daily, Mail and fust lino Sun- days cxecptcd. Three daily trains connect direct for New York. Express and fast line connect for Baltimore and Washington. Six d.iily trains between Philadelphia and New York; two daily trains between New Yoikan'. tickets (all rail) arc good on cither of the above trains and transfers through New Yoik free. lio'it Tickrts to Boston fire gocd via Norwich Fall River, or Stoningtoa lines. Bnggngetrans- f erred f i eo Ticlcts bo obtained at any of thcimpor taut Hallioad olliccs in veil; alio, on bonrd any ol thcrcsrulnr line of Steamers on the Mis- sissippi or Ohio Rivers. Fare always as in, and time as quidi as by any Ask jar Tickets The completion the Western connections jf the Pennsylvania Hailroad to Chicago, makes the direct Line between The East and the Great West. The of tricks by the liailJvn.Hf at Pitt. I all dr.i or Kr of li e'piiit the of time, are aih .intakes readily appreciated by shippers ol In and iho ti jiublic. l''cr Ire'iL'ht contr'ct- or shipjiiiiE; directions, apnlj to, or address tithcr of the of tiic C( mp.my: D A. KtewiHt, Pittsbnrf, Pa.; Dojle >V Co., St-iibenvillc, O II. S Picive ,V Co., Xinc--viUc, O.; J. .T. Johnston, liipley, 11. McNecilv, ICy.j Oi iV; Cropper, A: Co., Jcli'et-'oiiMllo, Iml.; II. W JiioHii tvc Co Cincinnati, Athcin Ihbbrrt, Cii.c liri ili, O.j it. 7ilehliniii, M.idKon, Ind.; J II. Moore, P. (i. O'Kilcj 
                            

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