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   Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - November 25, 1861, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               TIMES AND 4. FORT WAYNE, IND.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 254. Daily and Union. :1B59: PibUsbed Kserj- ETfBing (Snudays J3y JQHN W. DAWS'ON, OiEce.on tht coruer-of Calhojm a Terras of Subscription invariably in Advance. Six ;U- Three ROT ,t( fiv 3 50 9 CO 818008 New Brick Store, I t the Old Stand in TIKIS' WHOLESALE RETAIL Terms of Advertising. __ Advertismerit3 one junre often Hues, for one insertion; and twenty ve cents square for each subsequent inser- siqn- aud Miscellaneous Advertising, One square 10 lines 00 Each additional One square three One square aix months.....; .V. Tato.stjuares three I. Two squares six months, Two squaes..ene year........... Three squares three Three squares one Yearly advertismentsof a column or less will be inserted at a liberal discount from the above inserted until forbidden, unless ether-wise market; aha charged j Forall transient advertisments, ad- Can besupphed aglow as they canbuv of Eastern vnnee pavments -wftl b'e required; and for all Jobbing Houses, as I purchase direct from the others the same, unless ordered by a responsible Manufacturers in Eastern Villages, where the piirty, or a guaranty of payment is given" Jobbers buy tlieir Stock; and when my own ;-'tST All letters pel-taming to the Editorial and business departtrieut of the Office, must be di- SYRUP, 25 ____5 00 ....9 00 ...15 00. ___7 00 ...13 00. .20 ...10 00 ....13 00. ...25 00 AND LEATHER STORE Ts the most extensive establishment of thekind in this part ot-thecountry. "MY ROdiff Is spacious and well filled, from thestvles of White Satin, Bronze, French Kid and Toilet Slip- per, to theF-ixcY GAiTEitand 1TIRS.. An experienced Nurse and Female Physician presentsto the attention of Moth CM, her SOOTHING ;-.Por Cliildreii Which greatly fticilitates the process of tee'.hing by softening the gums, reducing all inflamation ivill allay all pain and spasmodic action, ai.d is Sfiire fo regulate the btiivcls. Depend upon it, Mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and Relief and Health to your Infants. We have put up and sold this article" for ortr ten years, and can say, in confidence and truth of it, what we have neverbcen ableto say of tinv oth- er medicine never has it failed m a single in- stance, to eit'ect a cure when timely used. Nev- er did -ire-know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it On the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its magical effects and med- ical virtues. We speak in this matter "what we do after ten years' experience, and pledge our reputation for the 'fulfillment of what we here declare- 111 almost every instance where the in- fant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief will Be found in fifteen or twentv minutes after! the syrup is administered. On .Soatoft Northern Mtu ILK. Fire grille iRSUFaiiCe. W IlltCr Arrangement 1861.1 following Insurant Companies are rc-p- niiafterMondayXovSGtlilrfiii.iiaKengerTniinswi. j A resented at the ofliceoi Sol D. Bayles's, corner of Wayne and-Clinton streets. SOL. D. BivLEss is agent for. the following Gsing Toledo Chicago. Daily except Monday have Siavjr.oiv Iorai.erioJof'1'IIUlTV YKAK nsti.nif il a in Leave Toledo at 12 15 ami ArriveCliiuaoont 1240pm "visA.I.. 90lnin, Detroit and Chicago. Leave Dettoilst 11150 a in Arrive Chicosnat ]030nm 11 00pm iirapm 3030 am c 13 9 m Toledo and Detroit. Leave Tolf.'o a I 3 20 a uiArrive Netroi'at Toledo and Jackson. LenveTokiloal 150 pm Arrive Jatksou at Going East Chicago and Toledo Daily except Life Pills "and litters. ?n 'ust'ore ihe pobli 'jjnrt of Ih rintf peiTec-lliealthlo jHr.'stir.s nmier nearly every kirilof Jisea.se lo which lijelioinnn Habit. variety of borne, diieasesin Are well known fa DYSPEPSIA, first M.I KMirechs, ami creslin; IVnv of pine. )malllitr bile, th.3 stale Hint aLTHlIiiatl; Platulencir, Lttss or AI-I-ETITH are tjie genera. IETV, and .M symutoinsof irs care. Le: reCliicagn at via A L Leve Chicago at Saturdays. fiOO a mj Arrive Toic-cl C3Upn: 31 ietigp and Detroit ti 00 a m Arrive Dclroi USOpmS Detroit and Toledo. Leave Detroit at a'rn .Arrive Toledo al Jackson and Toledo. Leave Jnckfon at 530am Arrive Toledo at CONNECTIONS. Toledo RaPronil forSnn New England Fire and JIarinelnsurar.ee Co of Hartford Conn. City Fire Ins. Co.of Hartford Conn. Quaker City Fire and Marine of Philadelphia, Manhattan Fire of New York. Security Fire and Marine of ew York. M R. J. II MYERS at the same oitice is Agent for the Manhattan Life Insurance Co. of New York i Charter Oak Fire and Murine Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. Pco'ria Co. of Illinois. Humboldt Co. of New York. Haiupdon Co. of Massachusetts. Home Co-of Connecticut.. I Merchants Co. of Hart for! Connecticut mi 1 "y uif; ivcal imiauiukiucit juiu iilio attove natnett oompanms urft as rctlitiDlb i Of t G15 am j Companies as arc- doing business, and for this we 1 DROPSIES of Ml freeing aadttTen-thenin'fTM' m i refer who wish to insure propertv to their i they operate on tiiesff I own Correspondents in the Eastern cities. i orpins, and hence have ever been found a certnfn I iir i- -i i t- i T f. r> remedy for iJie worst cases of Gravel 120am We solicit.! share of the Insurance of Fort 1230 n m j Wayne and vicinity, and pledgf ourselves to act i m i honorably by all wlio patronize oiir agencj in the j I way of Insurance, and one of us wi'llbe found 050 am at all times at tlie office unless called away in ta- king surveys of premises to be insured. SOL D BAYLESS. JAMES H. MYERS. ti 15 a m j ttaines wilhoutvioifence; tillvio- lent purges leave ihe Loxyelst-ostivt u'illiin two itays. I PEVEHS of allkinds, 10 rejnfa ciicnialion, through [iraC-ess f respiration in well CUM enil the of nliintcitiniiobstrHeuoB Jieri. I The LIFE have besn Ehenma- j tlsrn peraianeiitly in three weeks, jind CrOQtinhalfthattime, Ulcers, a ami Inreterate Sores, by the to itob THOUSANDS OP CASES. SOOKBtTTIC Eruptions anil BAD I ___ by their alterative cllnt upon the fluids thai feed the" skin and the morliiil state of which occasions art ejuattve com plaiDts.iallow, cloudy, anil oshei disagreeable Theiueor these 1'iils for a very ehort time wi'ti effect SB entire core of Sail Rbenm, sad a striking improvement io tlie of the akin. Common Colds and Influenza" Is added to the Eastern, a better atock isfur Also: MASONIC ODD FELMW BCDIJiS. daj-'evening on or next preceding jtl moon ieach meet- odge eveningonorttf. Friday oi'each 1 FortWayae ChapterNo. Wednesday in pach Por.tWarneCoansil No. eaeJimolitii.r _ FortWarne BncampmentHo. ipsgMsaf each month. Suiiisi meets atatewart Bt'H. O. O. F- WAYN1E LODGR NO 14, lav Eveninpsof week T. J. Rodauifgri.iBi-.S; ,P. 0. W "HARMONY LppGE, No. IS, m'eeU Tiuws- dky Evenings of each" wcct- '.'J- J- Kamm, N. Wadinstpn, V...G; N: Bord'eh, R. S; 'A C. "FJii.cher, P. C. Green, .Treiisu'r'er- V-Sjiiyikirr CITY ENCAMPMENT No. Ifi, meets 1st i evenings of each month P; W. H.Brooks, H. P; TUe W. Sole Leather, Upper, Calf Skins, Teethin every Mother who has a child sufi'e Kip Slciiis, Linings, tJiricliriKS. willi Croat Western Railway for Niagara I'slls, HnfTalo, Al. It notonly relieves the child from pain, but in- Mil- v-goratss the stomach and corrects acidi At White tv, and gives tone and eueigy to the whole ays- I Rivers. tern. It will almost instantly relieve Kendall the Bowels ind Wind Colic, and overcome con- v iVxew H--.IT v-. i Irains VUIS10I1S, wli.cll it not speedily remedied, end in or Lafavette, Green Castle, and New Albany Louisville. At Chicago anil Rock Island, Galena, Milwaukee, Cliira-o.Tturlingtnn tmil Quincy- Korth AVesl Alton and Kt. Lonis, Illinois Central, i and to ail Points West anclSouth. I Trains art run hv C hicagoT i in p. whit- his 90 minutes I slowerthan Toledo Time. 260 Miles Track! I Tlic Capacily of this Lail is now any in the Country j THREE THROUGH Lasts and Hides and Skins. JAMES H. ROBINSON. Fort Wayne, Ind Anril 7. I860 dcnth. We'hcllcv'e it 'the best and surest reme- dy in the woi-Id, in ;ill cases of" Dysentery and Diarrhoea in arises from or aav other cause. We would sav to BENHYJ ASH, EI1WARII AGNEW Patent Opposition is the Life of Trade. W, H, BROOKS, Jr, flLBSllB udices, nor the prejudices of others, stand be- tween you and'yoursu'ffering Child andtherelief that will be absolutely follow of this Medicine, if timely Directions for using will accompany each .bottle. None genuine tinless the fac-simile of Curtis Ptrkins, New York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by throughout the world. Prin- cipal Office, l.f'Cedar Street N. Y. Price only 25 merits per bottle Sold in Fort. Wayne by H. B. Reed Co.. Meyt-r Brother, and by Druggistsgeiierallv. Feb 8th 1SGI. diwlv .-N> P. STOCKBRIDGE, School and Miscellaneous Books, ST.A i Wall Paper, Music, and Musical Instrument' No. 4, HF'cxrt BEING the pioneer Book man of Northern j T ,rn .1.... U 1..... Jt-n.-'tll 'HJ i Gold Pens, Toys, Sign of the Book, 104 Columbia-St. Fort Wavne, Ind. and keep constantly on hand agoodstockof Tin, .Copper, ami Sheet Iron ware, rtud> select .assortment, of Hardware, Stove.- and F-ii-ming Implements, Gnok in- Utensils, and House keeping Gootis. -'.No. (U'Columbia Street, Fort Wavnn. Tnd 'Anir.'25th MiO. dfcwtf Call and See Speeiciers cf 'FIRE I'HOOF J. H. ROBINSON'S, Wholesale.Boot, Shoe and .Leather S St, west end. it: WA-RD'S. Wholesale China and Crockery Store, No. 121 Columbia street: VOORHIS Wholesale Watch and Store, corner "cT'GalHouivand Main streets A. D. .S.tcl'PJo'w Factory, Main Street. H- J- RUDISILL'S, Si. Joe Flouring Mills. B.W.OAKLEY'S Indiana, respectfully announces that he'lias liie largest Stock of n the city, which'he 63'ers to the trade unusual y for Religious, Scientific, Political, and Miscellaneous, constantly .on hand. School Books of every description, ;s, Pencils, and Stationery. to anno.uube.to their patrons and the v T public, that thcA arc now receiving a large and fashionalilu Stuck of Time nix; pare the same as by any otht-rR. R.Roule JNO. D. CAMPBELL, Gen. Sup't. MS N.I..R R. Office. Toledo..O. Howard Association, PHILADELPHIA. A.Benevolent Institution established by special Relief of the Sick and Dis- tressed.afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and especially fot the Cure of Disco ses of the Sexual OrgatiS. MEDICAL ADC1CE given gratis, by tlu acting Surgeon, to ail who applv by letter with a description of then condition, oeeu- Pittsbnrgh and Pliiladelpliia, j Connecting direct in the Union Depot at Pitfs- burg, with through trains .from all western cities, for Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Baltimore. and Waslunhton City; thus furnishing facilities for the transportation of Passengers unsurpassed, 1 forspeed and comfort, by any other route. 1 Express r.nd fast lines run t'.urough to Philadel- p'nia without change'of cars or Conductoas. Smoking cars are attached !o each train; Wood ruffs' sleeping cars to exprtss and fast The Express runs daily, Mail and fast line Sun- days excepted. Three daily trains connect direct for New York. Express and fast line coimcc.t fur Baltimore and Washington. Six daily trainsbetweenPhiladelphiancd New York; two daily trains between New York and Boston. Through tickets (ail rail) are good on either of the above trains and transfers through New York free. Tickets to Boston are good via Norwich FEVER AND t! ii scourge of the Westers country, u-ill.be Ibaiid ft siife, speeilv, ailil crrtain teinedy. 'Other Medicines leitve tlie svstem suliject to u return of '.lie cure hv Mediuines is ney nESATISVlKIl ANDltEft'RBW BILIOUS TCVCTS and Liver DcMite, Loss of Jlpvetiu and Ditcaaei of Aleiliuines have lieen used with the most beneficial rusnlra rra cases of this Evil., and SCROFULA, in its worst yields to the mild yet powerful action of thess remarkable Medicines. NifiHTSWKA-rs, NEKVOITS DeniLt- TY, NEKVors C'oitl'l.il.vrsor' al] iiinds. rALi'iTATlox. or THE JlEAjtT. urc .sjjeedily cnretf. whose have becom; inijiKjred by the injnnTcious use of MEKCUHY, will finil these .Viedicines a jierfect cure, a Jbey never fnil to- eradicate from the system, all the effects of Mercury, infmhe ly sooner than the powerful preparation of Sarsnpr.rilla. I'repttred and sold by W. B. 3V1OFFAT, 3M Bjoodiiiay, Eew Yorfe. FOR SALE IJY ALL URUUC1STS, Dec.4 THE. GREATEST OFTHE4GE. MR'.- KENNEDY, of Roibury, has. discover- ed in one of. our pasture weeds a remedy River, or Stouington lines! Baggage trans- pation, habits of life, and in case of extrenjf poverty, Medicine furnished free of charge- I Tickets may be obtained at anv of theimpor VALHABLB REl'OUTS on. Spcruatoi- tant Railtoad offices in the west; 'also, onboard rhcea and other Diseases of the Sexual any of the regular line of Steamers on the Mis- sissippi or Ohio Rivers. and on the Ncio Remedies emploved in the pcnsary, sent to the afflicted in sealed letter en- velopes, free of charge. Two or three stamps for postage will be acceptable Address Dr. S. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Act- ing Surgeon, Howard Association, No 2 South, Pa. By order of the llle direct Line between Directors. EZRA D-iiARTWELT.'. The East and the GreatWest GEO. Fvm'cmLnVSee'y President Fare 'ilways as law, and time as quick as by any other Ask for Tickets by Pittsburgh. The completion of the connections the Pennsylvania Railroad to Chicago, makes that cures Every kind of Humor, frosa the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple, He has tried it in over eleven hundred cosei and never failed except in two casts, (both thun- der and humor He has HOT in his over one hundred certificates of its value, -all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing aore mouth. Store, Co- Letter, Cap. Legal Cap, Note, Drawint, Blot- ting alul Wrapping Paper of desci ptic-n Fancy Wall, Wii.dtw ;ind Culiric; O O BLANK BOOKS, 7 LAW jns! MEDICAL BOOKS, fNKS and WRITiNti 'FLUID of all kinds, Black. Printers Inks, Eiigraviugs. Q T-J O 1 Wliifh tliov'hvnc to sell prices to 1 suit the tiniL'3 All in want oi'iiisytliing to adorn ..tlie outer niaiii trom the. j Finest Black Suit! (Made. to order) to the cheapest ready madegar- inent or from the FINEST MOLE SKIN HAT To tin- cuaivest in the Line will do well to call and examine our stock before purchasiiiir. WOODWARD YOUNG. 514 Columbia Street. Fort Wavne, Maa-.li I860. Winicr 1861. Indianapolis short line Railroad via liawrencelmrg. No change of Gars to Cincinnati. Throu; EMPORIUM! ELKAM 'JACOBSOK, I GE !B -T: AND DEALER. IN American Cyclopedia, i GCIltS' FUriUSlllllg Hats, Caps I-Harper Bro'i arid Applcton York I Little Brown Co.. Boston Bl.in'chard Philadelplna. I All their piibyc.'ttions furnishco at-their Gata- prices. (Vders must to ensure prompt attention be.nc- Wholesale and Retail dealer in Foreign and compa itd with thr cash. Cincinnati and -Ihdi- h to .Cinciuir.it iin advance of all other Routes. Connects at Cincinnati for Cynthinnn, Paris, Lex iiigton, Nicholatville, Ky., Riplev, Maysvil e, Portsmouth, Chiliicothe, Hilisborough, Ma- rietta. Parkcrsbttrg, Gt-atton, Ba'.iiiuore, and Washington City, Cohiiiibus, New ark, Zanesville, Wheeling, Morrow, Wilmington, Washington, .Circle- villf, Lancaster. New Lexington, and Zanesville, Ohio. On and after Monday, Dec. M 18GO, Trains leave Indianapolis from Union JTirst Tvtiin, A. M. Cincinnati and Lexington Ex- 'tj press, arrivesat Cincinnati at llrEJU A. M., Lexington. Kv., P. M., Chiliicothe, Ohio, P. M. Sccor.d Train. Cincinnati Mail arrives at Cin- One to llir'ee bottles will cure the worst kind of Pimples on the face. Two orthreebottles will clear the system The connecting of tracks by the Rail Road biles. Btidg-e at Pittsburg. avoiding all drayafe or fei- I Two fiottles are warmiited to cure tie worst rlitge of Ireigflt, together iritii canker IA tlie mouth or stomach, are advantages readily appreciated by shippers ol es Ireight, and the travelHug public. For. freight contracts or shipping directions, apply to, either of the following Ajj'ts of the Company: D A- Stewart, Pittsburg, Pa-; Doyle Co., Stctibenville, 0-; H. S Pierce Co., Zanesville, 0.; J. J. Johnston, Riplev, O.; R. McNeedy, Maysville, Ky.; Ormsby i Cropper, Poitsmouth, i Ind.; H. W Drown Co Cincinnati, 0.; Athern Hibbert, Cincinnati, 0.; 11. C- Mehlrum, Madison, Ind.; J. E. Moore, Lpuisviile.Ky.; P. y. O'Rilcy Co. Intl., N W. Graham Co Cairo, 111.; 11. F. Bass, St. Louis, Mo.; John H. Harris, Nashville, Twin.; Harris Hunt, Memphis, Tenn Clarke Co., Chicago, 111.; W II. II. Koontz, Alton, 111 or to Freight Agents of Rail roads at difierelit pnintshi the West. The Greatest facilities fjfrrcd forthe Protection and speedy Transportation of hiue Slock, And good accommodations with usual privileges Domestic Hardware, No. 79 Columbia-street. Warranted Free From Dampness. unapolis bills duplicated to Teachei'S, Prices to suit the times. B. W. OAKLEY, A; ;ent. HAY CATTLE SLALES Put up In any part of the warrant- ed to eive satisfaction. B. W. OAKLEY, Agent. Fort Wavne. Ffih IB Spring and Summer Clothing, Liberuidiscount made piece Goods, Gents Furnishing Goods, __ mr i T j. j. Hats, Caps, etc., Music, and Musical Instruments, i Tliogo in of above j Violins, to my stock, (is the goods are liiade in the latest, style, and oi only good quality and as regards the price I shall make them such as to defy any competition. ST1-., nects at Cincinnati f-jr Newark, Zanesville, _____ Wheeling, Chillicothe, Marietta, Parkersburg, I have just received my complete stock of all and Wafliiiigton City direct, kinds ready made P.ASbtNGKRS by this Irani make the same time to all the above named points, as via any other Route out of Indianapolis, and fare al ft. Wayne Machine Works W1BTE, INDIANA. BOCCESSORS OF JONES, BASS 4 CO. Guitars, Accovdcoiie. Flutinas, Druiss. Fifes, Claroncts. Erery Instrument warranted perfect I Strings of every description and nualityj from i> ceiit's to 25 cents. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere and be convinced that I am selling cheaper than anv other house in the trade, at Calhoun-St W. H. BROOKS, Jr. Fort Wayne, N ov. 23d '60. t April Ifith AND OF NElLMf- rs of STEAM ENGINES, 'Gearing, Ash Leaches.Tanks. anS Cfrcnlar Paw Mills. fire Fronts, Ciiat Fronts for build- ings, and every description of Engines, and Machin- ery .promptly executed, ahd on reasonable terms HANNA, S. S. BASS, President Superintendent HORACE HANNA, Srcrrtaru U WOW DESPATCH COMPANY. Incorporated by the State of Illinois. Capital This Compwy Trnnspnrls to Market and sells for Producers, Shippers AND THE PLACE IN TEE CITY TO GET H. HEAI.EII IN ign and 115 Street, At BROOKS Jr's cheap cash Book and Sta- tionery house. No. 4 Calhniin W W- GRIFFITH. ROB'T CUMJ11NGS. W. W.CAKP W, W, Griffith Co, WHOLESALE DF.ALEKS IN NO. 70, SUMMIT-STREET, TOLEDO, OIIIO. Toledo, 9-ly No. 33 HWEITZEK. 67 Columbia Street, Offiqe, No. 60 Chicago, 111. ''tjouts li.TCelly Wni.'ft.' Jarvis, David Patton, J. S. Rfeclilingi> Directors J. a. MueHUNO, Sec'y. g Hanna, Agent, office North W eat OOMWT i7" KBKPS constantly ou hand Hvead, Crackers Cakca, Cheese, His place is open at ull hours of the 'day and evening. Meals and Liinchesalwaya ready. age of the public. Ho solicits the patron Jan. VNTIC.HARPER'S AND GOUEY foi 1861 at Iron, Steel, Nails, Glass, Mill Saws, Springs, Rubber Belting, Coopers. Carpenters and Smith's Tools, with every variety of Cutlery ic March 29th 'fil-dtf Private School! Tuition given, in Linear and Ornamental Drawing, MATHEMATICS, GERMAN ENGLISH FRENCH The Schoolis open day and evening. For terms apply to A. SUTflRMFrSTER. No. Plicenix Block, Calhoun St. Fort Wiiync, Sept.' Mi 'fil. (13m HAT AND CAP STORE. SHARP No. 97 Columbia-St. Fort Wayne 'TUIEproprietorcarrieeon an extensive L ens in Hate, Cups and Furs. Good selec- tions made andsalt 'at moderate prices FortWiivno. .Tan.Jd'60 dlv SO.L. Foi-t Get. 26th-dtf. Ind. Will attend to Selling, Purchasing Oi KealEiUtc. Paying Collecting or Securing Claims Rqfvrito any man of iftlof man on the face of Uicglobe BROOKS J for persons traveling in charge thereof. Vresglttg Bv this route, freights of all descriptions can bo f'onvanled to and from Philadelphia, N. York, P-'iV Tiiis train ran- j or iuul I the Rail roads ol Ohio. Kentucky, Inuiana, Ilh- note. Wisconsin, Iowa, or Missouri, by Railroad direct. The Pennsylvania Railroad also connects at Pittsburg with which 'Goods can be forwarded to port, on the Ohio, Muskinguni, Kentucky, Tennessee, Cumberland, Illinois, Mis- sissippi, Wisconsin, Missouri Aarkansas, and Red Rivers; ami at Cleveland, Sanduskv and Chicago with Steamers to all portsou theMorth western Lakes. ways as low. Third Train. P- M. Night T.xpress, arrives at Cincin .OU n lati at A. M. Patent Sleeping and Smoking Cars on this route. Fare same as bv any other route. j __ all for your Tickets via the IndianapO- Merchants and Slnppers entrustiiig the trans Hs und Ciiicunuiti Rail Road, checked through. Through tickets forsaleat all ticket offices in the North West. SPECIAL NOTICE sure you put in the right train at Indianapolis. The only Cincinnati train stands on the fifth track-; being the farthest track South in the Union Depot, at Indianapolis. WAI. POW KLL, W. II. NOBLE, Traveling A'l't. Gen'l Ticket Jan. 25th '61. Pent Indtanapolis r Monday, November 14th, 1859, ON and after Monday, trains will run as follows: ith trains going west on the T. W. oi oganspnrt and Delphi at p m, als with the rains going East at p m, to Wabash, Lagro, untingtnn, Fort Wayne, Toledo, Detroit, The Mail train will leave Indianapo'.isnt p. m., stop at all Stations, and connect at Peru with trains going west on the T. W. R, R- foi L trai Huntin Returninir, the Mail train will leave Peru at S-15 a m.and arrive at Indianapolis at 12M, ma- king close connection with trains for all poinf East, South and West. An accommodation train will leaveJUnion f c pot, Indianapolis at a m and arrive at Peru at pm, connecting with nil Accommodation train going East on the T tv" RR.at S.-20 p m the accommodation train will leave Peru at a ni'i and reach 'Indianapolis a 1 p m, connecting with the evening trains to Day- ton, Colnmbns, Cincinnati Louisville, and Terrt Haute. Through ticket? sale at the principal offi- ces on the T W W R R, at Peru and Kokomo for points South; and Indianapolis for all princi- pal points North and East. Special nttcutiougivcuto the Transportation of livestock, produceandmerchandisegenerally DAVID MACY, General Agent and T (int. Tlrkcl Agent. CITY DVB li A. S sid GERMAN has removed totlic North of the Canal, a few doors Wcsf.nl Nierman's Brewery, whrre he will wail on his friends and the public. Dying nnd Cleaning ol every description done, surh ais Shawls, Dro.sses, Ribbons, Hats, Gentlemen's Coats and Pants dyad or finished in the best possible manner Kid Glovcu cleaned portation of their their Freight to this Company, can rely with confidence i.'ii its speedy transit. The Rates Freight to anv point in the West bv the Pennsylvania Railroatl aru at all times as i'avorableas are charged by other Railroad Coin- panics. S3T" lie particular to mark packages "Via Pfiiu. R. R'" E. J. SNEBDER. Pliiladelpliia- MAGKAW i KOONri, 80 North street, Baltimore LEECH Co., No. 2, Astov House, or No 1, S Wm-st.N. Y- LEKC11 K Co No. 51 Kilby H.H.HOUSTON, General Freight Azcnt, Phiiadelphia. KA'OCH LEWIS, rllh 'fil ('i-nly Grn'l Snu't, Altoona, Pa Toledo Wabash Railway. Direct Rcire in the Mississippi Kivrr. AT ST. LOUIS, BURT.IXGTON WITHOI'T BREAK OF Arra IB ON and after Monday, July 28th 1SK1, trains will leave TOLKDO, as iollows: Mixed Train, (except Sunday) O.MO A. M ES" The bridge across Ihe Illinois River at MirrJosia is ntiif compiled, anil trnir.s aie run from ttiitc Line U tytincy without ckiniga of cars. IHni! (except P M, Fort Wavnc, A Jl; Peru, A M; Logansport, M- Lalavollc, A M State Line A MjTolmio, P M; Decatur, P M; P M; arrive at St. Louis PM, Cdimoi-tinft at Logansport with the Logansport, Pcciria and BurlinplO" Vtailroad, at Ft- oria in I' M.aiid Burlington. Iowa, nt 8 F M. Tlir Mail train makes direct connection at Pe- ru with Pom 
                            

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