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   Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - August 23, 1862, Fort Wayne, Indiana                             AUuUftT 23 FORT WAYNE, I ami union. Commenced February Isi 1859. Evwtog llY'iiiiii NEW GOODS FOB TH THE AGE, MR.  rdiic, audit isf now one of th.u !niost commodi- laiir theuity, iml convenientto business.-- 1; 'MS -.iso created a large brick Stable travellers-with teaaiF -n e-.nblud to ,1J.O. STREET QTTifiF -iJlrlto :bl'UlA ..200, s'Q Barrels ELili' Barrels "31a< i Rivers.. i OH Air Li ne--Road. Ai Alltituv Castle, and New Albnny Louisville. i, A.L Chicago suiil .Rpuk ,1'slsnii, liaJena, i lliirlimjtotiarid North i Alton ami St. Lonis, [flinois Central, I aaii to all Points WesLand South. i liy Cime.whichis2Qninui.es siowtrllii'iTTnlctipTimel of .tj-aeks by ..the Jlailiload LI-.; y iirgo wii cite JAMES II. ROBINSGK, 'FortWnTne.Ind Acril'.lSKil .a f r-.EEPS a well selected stock of Family Gro- and Provisi'ons- Also "iill- kinds of dtli'er1 articles usually found in- a well aud well stocked i ro vision i Store: "He will lake all kinds of good and sale- j v'abli.- coimtry prpdiicsiin exchan 1 C.ill all familioi who want No- C Fort Sept-2-1, Has just recoivi-d a fresh stock of CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES, YES TINGS, ?UM- MliR GOODS, ac., Which he will make up in Hie best and most ffshionable stylus, and -warrants entire saiislac- tion to Heisalsoia-kingup u complete stock of KKAUY-HADi; C1.OTI1IKG, Which must he sold. a corajil ete stock of GENTS' .IfUODS, sudh as Sliii-ts, Uii'Ttir-Siiirt.-i, Ci-avatri, iVc., all oi wliich for f.  MRS. VO- ..iiiJv.N'l'OTS am! MiLi-.t X Y GLASSWARE, GLASS, WOOIO.EN WAREr TOBA.CCO.: SPICKS, ETC., ETC. foreip am JiiiDoliu TO "THE OOUNTRY TRADE 'HE-OF FERS GREAT INDUCEMENTS, Eb'peehlly to ieuiiiry Dealers! Traists n Uis Rotite. X iind iin c; a y ariyotherKv R, Route 'MS e> ON .indafttfi-M'juday., NovembeiUtli, 1859, trains will run as follows: The leave Indianapolifat p. in-; stop at all Stations, and connect at Peru with trains going west on the T. W. R, R. toi Lugaiiiport'and' Delphi at p in, als with the 'trains srotns'E'asif'ftt to Wabash.Lagro, Huntingt-ou, Fort Detroit. Returning, the Mail train v.-ili leave Peru at S-15 a arrive at Indianapolis at 12M, ma- king .close connection with trains for all pointr (.East, South and West. An will! c- pot, Indianapolis at a uiand arrive at Peru j at 1 :'U p with an Accommodation 1 train, goin- East oil "tlicT R m Returning, the accommodation train will leave Peru at a m, aud reach Indianapolis a p withthe evening trains to_Day- for Groceries- ename articles. Steubouville, Doyle Co. p.esenungthe M .S3 notice .to yc.ui f.- ciiia- __.are- .unfci Innately ?o Icuui'ugdisease to.'kuaf Cincinnati, 0.; R. C. Meidrura, i________ miracle.; youi-o.wn tinspCMs N. "VV. Cairo, i toitsirajuralswec-tuess, 111.; Bass, "John H: from short anil fretful nap's to' calm and i-wci-t Nashville, Term.; Han-is Hunt, Memphis, slumbers rand the Medical discovery .bcccnus a Tenn.-; Clarke Co., Cliipigo, W. H. H. i fountain of blessing to your husband, aiid Kooutz, Alton, 111 ;ortoEreiglit Agoutspi'Rail- j Ih more advanced stage of roads at difierent pointsin the "VVest. -'ivr in The Greatest faciliUcs offered firtlie Protection and speedy Transportation of Live Stock, it esiendsto the stomach, causing Andsoodaccommodationswithusualnrivileges pit X for.persons traveling in chargethereof. r- ai'd.' whiehis nothing but canker on the1 stiliiaiii greatinsigaia'going, gone feeling1 und as-' ii.ui fereuce even of the carcsof -your family.., Stomach is Raw and Inflame-u, 'vourfood-'distrefse'Fyou and you e'an only By this route, freights of all descriptionpcau be forwarded to and from Philadelphia.; N.York, Boston or Bivitimorti, or to und from any point on the Railroads of Ohio. Kentucky, Indiana.IlH- nois. Wisconsin, Iowa, or-Missouri..by'Railroad direct.......... The Pennsylvania Railroad also connectfat Pittslnu-g with which Goods can be Haute- Terrt I fovwarded to any porVon the.Ohio, Muskingum certain kinds, and.even of that your systtib d soriTCxa: MACHIN I. Cookiug, ifi'Vi- tlioir'Stovi! anil liardwarv; Store 87 Ciiliuabia strei-t, li R- Schwcprraau-s wueruthey have opened out a largo :tock of Parlor and Bos Stoves, stock of House Hard-ware, All of. .which will be sold at the lowest possibl e GIVE fflS-A.CALL auidiid'je for yourielves No 87 Columbia street, Fort Wayne, Tnd. kinris oi1- madcap. rise ilac sides oi TJI1S IS TRULY T a> wcl! as tiio CHEAPEST 118no- Through tickctpfor sale at the principalolB- ceson the T W W R R, at Peru and Kokom forpoiiitsSoiith; and [ndianapolisfo.ralipriuc pal points .North and East. Special ifctention the Transportation of iivcjtockjproduceanUnierchandisestenerallT DAVID MACY, rieral i VitikhrAcent- Ge .western Lakes. loose aud flabbv ixndlthe fibres cifVour Merchants and Shippers entrusting thetrans- mi _( portation of their their Freight to thisCompauy can rely v.'ith confidence on its speedy transit. The Itatiss. of Freight to any.point in the West by the Pennsylvania Railroad sn-c at all times as- favorable as are charged by otherRuilroad Com panios. Tj comes relaxed. Then, follow a train ol iSf; in thu is simple ir, ;illd Eas to Oerate Uon. Wholesale and Retail Havc-'.oiistanth ouhaud andaell attheverj Fartiet'purciuisiu Hiiiiraniied Saikfaciion g iladiiucf should not (ail examine thesebeforcpui-cha-sing when they will at. u jrf.OiZ, 3le.diciircs, t Tu.rpetitint.Fish Gil, I'ttritisli. Japan, Lard Oil, Aleohnl, Glass. Glass tcare. Oinnamon, Cloties. Nutmcas, Extrtict Indigo, Mad- der Guslar Kerosene Oil, Coal Oil. Kerosene Oi' Lamps. 'artiviiai tttention pn-idto puttinL'tipiirescrip- Fuh at once be convinced of thciriupurioritjoverali siers. Circulars- and behndof C L-HILL, Agent, d-tf No. 54, Calhoun s J. ALL OF in HIT (Successor to 31. E. "FT- -HsT3D_ DEALER IM Winter Arransomcnts. 1861, to mark; short line E. J.SNEEDER-, Philadelphia KOOKSi 8il NorthstrectiBaltimore: Co., No. LEKC13 Co., Un-fsl KilbyStreet.Boston. H.H.HOUSTON, General Frngld Aient.Philadelphia. KNOCK LEWIS, r.lth '61 diwly. Gen'l Sup't, Altpona.Pa Railroad, via Isi STo ch.aEge.of Oars to Glacinnati. Through to Cincimntiinadvance of all other Routes Connects at Cincinnati For Lex Nicholasville, Xy., Ripiev, Maysvil e, Portsmouth, Cuillicotliu, Hillsborouph, Ma- rietta. Parkersburs, Grafton, Baltimorej and Washington.Citi7, Columbus, New- ark, Zanesville, Wheeling, Morrow, Wil'minjston, Washtnirton, Circle- villt--, Lancaster, New Lexington, and Zancdville, Ohio. On and after Monday, Dec. 3d 18SO, Trains eave Indianapolis from Union G. f if) V' S1I A AGNEW are prepared to put Patent Michine-madeor' Flat Soldered Roofing, much cheaper than it has been doncbelore. Krtie.-! about. J contract for lloonng will anii tlieir interest to call and examine the same at business house oi Fort V.' avne Feb 2Sth 61 dtf ACSCST F. SIEllpN KIIOOLl'II SIE.MON Union Block, Clinton-Street, between Columbia and Main-streets. TSTsrgi R TT i-Cfr DEALERS IN COPIES PARSON BROWNLOW'S h I GREAT BOOK, Only 111 Ifliflfin BEADLE'S CENT NOVELS re- CUSABBATIl" 'SCHOOL LIBRARIES from and S1D.IIO per set UNION QUL 'TION-BOOKS and HYMN BOOKS in threat vai-ii-ty, f.ir all denominations. BKOOKS U Stilling giiuds clu-apei- than any othir llnuse in tlie Trails, a' No...-I, Calhouu j St., Fort lotH. dtf whichthc Medical Discovery is peciiliuih aii.-.ii- tcd to ''___ __1" Mj" fi ft j. Palpit'ition of the heart, pain in theeide.yiiik- ness of the spine and small of the back, pain i the hipjoint when you 6i thv. the alio, that most .excruciating oi dis JLs E! How many thousands of Tvomen are from this disease and arc pininp away a B.isi-m- ble life and their next door neighbor doe's nc-t know the cause. I .wish to impress on your mii-i.' that good old proverb. ounit-ol pvoveutiuu is better than a pound oi'. cure.7' i Medical 'Discovers YouliavcbotYithepreventiveiind cnre will tlip grent and good qmlity, that it will never 'ju.uer i auy liircumstBiicei do you any injury. -_Ko chaiij: v i nf diet necessary eatthtj best you can got UiiO following Insurance Companies are rep j Adulti onetablcspocjifn.' i. resented at the office or Sol..D- Bayless children over ten years, dresser spoon- corner of Wayne and Clinton streets. Fire I UNDERCLOTHING A J.I. T l ways A N I) ALL KINDS of-afEN'S-OOrS WEAP Fort Wayne May ID, '02. dly First Xi-aiii, A. M. Cincinnati and Lexington Ex- press, arrivesut Cincinnati at A. M., Lexinston. Ky., P M., CUillicothe, Ohio, P. M. "Second Train. f P. M. Cincinnati Mail arrives at Cin- L ciinwti at P. M. This train con- nects at Cincinnati for Newark, Zanosville V.'heeling, Cliillicolhe, Marietta, .Parkersburg and Washington City direct. PASSENGERS by this Train make the same time to all the above named points, as via any other Route out of Iiulian-ipulis, and Fare al Hartford, Conn. Third Train. j Peoria Co. _of f P. M. i i-1.4-" Patent Sleeping and Sm-ikinir Cars on this route. Fare same as by any other route. Jggr Call for your Tickets via the Indianapo- lis aud Cincinnati Rail Road. inton streets. children from f ve to cfglit jcais, t ja f] Soi.. D. BiVtKssis agent for1 the following ful_ Ag uo be to all Companies. i constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the New h-ir-land I- ire and ManaelnsuranceiCo a ja. of Hartford Conn. Citv Fire Ins. Co.of Hartford Conn. UuakerUity fire aud Mariueoi' Philadelphia: Penu Manhattan Fire of New York-. SecarUv Firoainl Marine of York. MR. J.ii .JMYERS.atthesameolHceis Aficnt for the Manhattan Life Insurance Co.-of New York Charter Oak Fire and iluriaclusurancc Co. of Yourstruly DONALD KKNNEDy. by 'SUTWNARY, English, German and Latin Books. Wall and Window Paper. Lopkiag-Grlasses, Picture Frames, Engravings, etc. Public attention is called to our stock. It is uostly imported by ourselves, which will enable ,is to give customers'bargains.- Give us a call and you will be satisfied. December 5.1861. dtf City .Lot and. Houses FOM SALE. _ V JAMES OR AD Y; ILL sell at Private Sale the following City properly One :ot i-ituated on Madison Out, of the Fire! SWAIET McCLAEEN'S and Lewis -dts., are erected three Dwel- ling, Houses, with all the necessary improvc- nu-nts such as wells, cirtternf, woodsheds out houses, This properly isconv.nient to the llailrvod Shops. This property will rent to a {rood advantage. For further particulars c lion the -mbserihor at No Columbia St., two doors Eas' of Colei'- iclc's Hall. JAMES GKADY. IS. P. STOCKBRIDGE, IViiolBSiiitaiidR-aic.iiDeuierJr' Schooland Miseellaneous Books, HEMKVJ ASH, EUWARDACSEW tiiroiiKh. Throujrh tickets forsaleiit all ticket offices in the North West. SPECIAL sure you in the right, train at Indianapolis. The only train stainlson tfiefifth the farthest track South in '-he Union Indianapolis. POWKLL, W. IT. NOBLE, I Traveling r. Jan. 25th''61 Illinnig. Huuibuldt Co. of York. Hampdcn Co.of Mussachusetta. Home Co. of Connecticut. Merchants Co. of tlarl for l.Gonn'ecticut The above named Companies are as reliabU Companies asare doing forthis w refer those who wish to insure property to their tovmeorrespondents in the Eastern cities. i j We solicit a share of the Insurance of Fort ri b AllJUj-ilJ 1, UNDERSIGNED rcspect'iilly his friends and the public-i-ciu rally, thai ne represents the following A Ke-1 COMHANiKS. MANHATTAN FIRE, Manufacturer; of L. Fay's' Patent MacMns-made Also, mannfactnrv and Ueupeunstantljonhand a of Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron ware, and a select assortment of Hardware, Stoves Nails, Garden and t'-i'-T-inp; Imylerneiits, Cook kcepins; Goods. No.'il Cohunbia Street, Fort Wavao.Tnd Ans 25th 'fiO TolMol New York. Hartford. ft Ktw York. LIFE, kint'survevsol' premise? to be insured. SOL D BAYLESS. 29, !bU JAMES II. MYERS Peoria. UAMPDEN, Spriutficld, LOSSES PAID at this agency during.. 11- vear N. P-. Direct Route to the ailssissippi Iliver. AT ST. LOUIS, QillN'-'Y BURLINGTON UKIiAK Of GUACE. Aa-ra HgcEiaesii. and al'tcr Monday, Jui.v 2Sth IBtil, trains will leave TOLEDO, as lulluws: JHixctl (except !C A. M The liritlqe across the llfiauis Rivrr ai eampl. ml, and trains aie run VS good as new, aud open ncain at any hour in the lay oruight with the best tlorses. aud .Carriages, at the old Methodist "hurch.backol' Burnett's block, .corner of Cal- "ounAnil Berry streets- Terms moderate Fort Wavne. July 3d'Gl. Attorney and Counselor at FORT Office on Clinton uors South of Colerick'B Coufectionwy Wali I'mier, Music, .ind Musical Gold i'enr "c '.ilumbia-i-. a.1th' fin OornciCixlnoui..itul STOCKBRIDGE Orbisoa'.-, where may be found MUSIC City Music TothefoHowiKg: I D. F. ClUIl'AEKT, DR. 0. J. BAI.HWIN, CliUlfTlAN G.Vlil.E, McCl-AKKN, I D D. F. ComrAiiET.'s A. C, Co3IP.lRt.T- N. E I.VMAN-, i: Co. FREU VOI.UKKT. rt'iicwed favorable ji-oiicie.s iSMnxi nut: M'nvxvtMi on javors rjAS at all times a supply of first class tenns> tossls eqlli.abiy ,ldjastcil, Blll> 11 Pianos, Melodcons, Guitars, PROMPTLY PAID IK CTJ Ete File JE'lf U iCe UI rl rry Also an.cxcellcnt supply of OVJ2R C. UAKNA fcCo.'s iml FURRiSHlNG G( Peoria and Harliugtm oria ai S 1' M.aiid The M.iil train i I'll v.-ilil lii-J i-ville, willbesrj'd remarkably ohcap for Cash larjielol ol Onn't I'orrci. to call at Hill's Music Store o p-js-tethe new Court House, Call Min-St ,vo tM-dtf' Call omiit'befoKMusui-ing elsevliere. IS. iTEYElg.S, Agent. FortV.'ayuc, Dec- 17th, IK. etc., d.Vivly UMOX Oii'.'tt. (5ICU D. Ill' i General r.il. m I Tolvdoi O'nio, July Tt g W 1BT fcN Notary Public, Gc-Eimissict.w c.i XD s E- XD s, ot.lioi iisicler sea) ot Aguit ioi the oo'isnj nit Capital Fire and on I'n vuratiio l''uil WnynciN.ov liiih Mu niy   

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