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   Dawsons Daily Times And Union (Newspaper) - February 2, 1863, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               TiatfarrregiF nna K eaecEr'a l N] 1 I 5''VOLUME o. FOKT WAYNE LND., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, Daily Times and Union. f (C jnrticnce 1 February 1st, 1859. TDAWSON, To Ditlrny------Kills, Kn.iclic.4, ic. .M'dei, ami AiitJ. To Dittroy-----1_____n.. in Furs, Clothes, Ac. 7o Fiend. ToDMroy-----IiiKevtson Plants and Fowls. 1'p Dit'.rny------Inse'-tson Animals, ic To form and jpegicsofVer- ISAAC W. CAMPBELL. Oilicf nn Hie corner of (.'alliiiiiii and Jlaiu Sticrts. ,Terms of Subscription Invariably in Adrancr j One Year iJU Fix Months 3 Throo Per Wock. Jfo it 1 i' I? f 3" I 'I l. Vfl J! 'S' I. Terms ol'________c.. A ii'crtismenta one dollai (jnarcoftcn liii'ji, for one insertion nndttventy vo ceutJ i'l'i eich su inser- IIQU r! :t'iJ isuul Ian onus Advert isfiif. 1'3' iy.-soHeaa.u'r.-UiiuiTt.ion, SI 00 -Jii Wne (ih'ee 00 One ii's no One Sipi ire on lf< 00 three Two s pi ire.i .six in 1 0" Two squiO'! one year.................. ?0 Ull Throe luirc-ilhvee DO Three s-ju ires six (JO Thrjo vi'iireaoue 01) Yearly a column orless wii' beimortel it i '.ib.-r.il discount I'I-OMI the above  rdt-rod by-.i responsible dirtv.or'a'guir-.inty of piymeht is given. J3JT" AUK'ttui'.s pertaining to the hditoiial and slna of the OJIice, must be di- cied to the "Times and all comiuuni- tioin inteu loJ for pu.blic.uion, must be written :i jliiii -in 1 lejiblo -style and those pertain- privit-j m lUers will otilybe inserted 01 Ji3 usual terms.IOR r.vv. Tioosy F. SIEJION .1 Aiuiiv7i fTof E w a cJ6i5s ys Instantly EVERY FORM AND SPEOIKSOF ff M Tlic S (unlike iri) r.re "Free from Prisons." "Not to the Human Family." "Ituts-Io not die-on the premises." 50 Barrels White Susjar, 40 Half Barrels Mackerel, NAILS, fJLASSWAIlE, WINDOW GLASS, WOODI-JN WARE, TO HA CCO, SHOES, TEAS, ETC., ETC. runs.-tony, f.tst! v iv ff H i'Ii-f. kl last u-jy.'i'.c; I nvr- v e 'L'r "'l'tiMore ind Washington. c-'--'.-{ i b AT THK UNION CLOTHING STORE! COS. MAIN CLINTON STS., S, TI :AVIv received tlu-ir I'.ill and Winter stock of G joils, cotnpt Cloths, He.i imerc5, Velvet and Ci-inere Vt-itiiiKS ol" very host, m.itcri il, w hich will be made up style We Inivc order in tlie must als a fine .idfortntoiit of Ready-Made Clothing And all kiiuhof ns' Furnishin will soil vo.fv 1 >w for ci.J 15. Thuy comoout of their holes to die." "They iire the only infillible remedies kxown." "IS years more est.iblishtd in Now Yoik Citv." Used City Post Ofiice. Citv Prisons and Station Houses UsrJ the Gitr cttamcrs, the City Alms-House Ufe d t'it y 'St. Nich olas, Arc. U liy thf hoarding Houses, kc. fee. Used tli-tn Private Fntiiilcs our Sprr.imins nftcliat is Rv- eryichcrfsaid lujtne Dealtrr, tr-mbli-d with vinnin IK be ro no longer, it thry hivo ioii, and ii n box c.o-t wi- vvdii'd it have liii-d lu-.t llit-y t-'''uc'cd iiothintr; but knock; '.he breath out o: K.U-, Mice, I'tnic'ivi. :ml IK-d Duu'H, ciuickcr th in we C.IM uiite it i.- in dcinind all over tht- (O G'ttzrtte. IMOItli GRAIN ;i'id distroyc-'l iiunlly in (irint County bv vermin, than wn'uld say for tori- of this (tat and insect L f :-.c' rollowinglnj-iraiici rep ARCTIC M at the office of Sr! D Biyles.-I AI AN'HATT AN ,rne And Clinton ilreetf. I PEORIA hoL. D. BAVX.ESB is agent for the I Companies j New ind Marintln3uranceiCo ty .f n i I Springfield, Mass this agency during ll of Hartford Conn. City Fire- Ind.Co.of Hartford Conn. OVKR IJOLLARS. Trt r. .M __ I liuakerCityKirc vn-J Al irinvof ehiladelphia Peoria Co. of Illinois. Humboldt Co. of Xctr York. ILinipdeii Go. of Home Co. of Connsctictit. Merch-u-.ts Co. of tl.irl for 1 Connecticut 1 he above u uuo 1 are .is reliablt. terms, fjos.si-sequitably nni' PROMPTLY PAID IMT CASH At OiTicc t'oriL-r of Barr Berry S! itltr HKNTIY arcsellinp your yp-ii-itions r.ipidly 'A'lu-n vtr hive been Miw'c.iCo.ichc-i.ind V dtf (Successor K CORXER STS "FT. Z3STID., HVS Jud returiK'd from New Yoik with a iind compUtu t-tnt-k ol ratt WINTER ii. KcxKit.V Srourprr., Drupgi t, Windsor, Altl. R-'S" n "COSTA "CO.-; TA't'S" JJcd bug ruinator. co.sr.ur.-" "COSTA It 'rf" RU-ctric Powdi-r, for InscclP, Arc KJ IM. S3 JkMI Sl.'ll llllXFS. I to.i Koontz, III cstcr.Cj to tlic o- roads in the Wc-vt. m facilities nffercd ljat ci: iLt- stc'r.: r TraifunrlniiiT, nj l.iti Stick, fr, r r i fiythi-srontt', of nil J" 'yjiortvarded to nn.l from f JLOUi' SllllUatll h lid'.V Ul-j IhiblVC'- I or H l It inifirf- rtr to insure property to their "WT" ZJ towiioorrwpondeiits.liithcEiiBtcri.cUrcs. i i CAUTION To tin- I T''Jn open., ironi -od bv Spurious Ili.jh v tohoe .M T t.lalhns I. t tuM.iiB'Jrtrneilt Pit Bits, U N D E H 0 L O Til ING 01-' ALL KINDS, Furnishing Goods, A N r> ALL KINDS of MEN'S' HOY'S WEAJI Fort Wavnc, Sept. 11. ieC2-dtf _, I'eriiir.ums I titathns a IK-IV bul h.is bein ,11 li. In.nin.; nfacximilr of h: Piopiit-lnrV b.ix, bottle, or Ilisk oiusliillv .ui'l take iiOlhiti" but All W iidi.fAi.K ii> the large cities of tlie Wllolcsiltt- AKt'llts I; Phicllddn .V Co.; A. v'; Co A. H. U. S.in.l- .V Co.; .V Hut .S. i Allon; Hail, Kia-kel .V ;'lhoiiM-i .V Fullrr.; P.I) Onij.; Him il. lli.lt-v ,V Kit'-ln-n; ti-h. (i-ih- A ItolibiiHuii M. W nil. Clu-c A. .V U.S. Hinies C.i.; F. C Co.; .M.ii-rh A. il.iil, Dixon i Co Conrjii Fux. AVIlO7IIEr.il. j orjmn I LuLluOl n t-. ,_ Kid, Morocco, ami Gn'it kxiin..id. at pe- Kilt-v S '.root, Boston ii. if. iiou.rrox, T. A A Co.; Koberi A Co A Co. AMI INSURANCE C O M 3? A. Y FORT WAYNE, Indiana. "VTOT more than two dollars insurci) innnvoiinri.sk. IJovton .MII-.C. .It confines risksto the sifestel.ias ofproporU, Gen. C. (t-mdwin Co AI. S Uurr Co. and id a FArmur's Company. 1DIUECTOUS. JOHN Mounts, Wii.T. AI.LF.N, W. a. SMITH, K.Moiuux FRKNCII, C. F. G. It. W. O.MU.KV, (I. K MJ G. C. Ii. A. ANOKL, OFFICE! tS. H.W OAKI.KV, L. A. ANCKI.I., I'rrsiilcnt. Krcrr. WM, S. SMITH, R. MOROAX FRFNCH, Vict'l'miitcnt. Treasurer. G.C. Me.Vl.HSTKH, General 'gen Fort Wayne, Julv I dAwtf SIKIMOTST Ac I Union Hlock, Clintdn-Stroc.t.hclwcnn Columbia and Main-strocts. WHOLESALE RETAIL DKAI.KItS IN BOOKS, STATIONARY, TOYS, AXD English, Gnrnwin and Lsilin Wall and Window I'ajipr, Looking-Glasscs, Picture Premcs, Engravingn, etc. Public attention is c.illt-il to our H in nofltly imported by otiraolviM, which will oiiiblc usto %ivc cuslomers b.irx.iin.-i. Give in a and you will bo satisfied. PcccmhorS. Itifil. dtf___________________ WB A Y ffi Bi 13 O U S 80 CK.I of Cil'Oift an 1 W.iyiu Slrort1', Fort WnyiiK, BMiliasia. General fit (iff e Office. If. FOX, Pioprictor. October .IfiG'iilly Weeke3 A Potti r Jon W-Non, Jr. ANU OTJlKrH. Also, All WHOI.VSAI.K Diiuccisra at Cliiiiiisci, Hi, St. i.oilis, .Mo., Di-lrnil, .llicli., l.oiiisi illr, riiifimiiili, I'MI-bnr-li, I'.l., Ifillhilo. N'. V. nv generally in all Cou.vriiv TOWNS and Ill lll.T UN I TED .STATES, AT Id Meyer Brother, WHOI.KHAI.F. And by REED WALL, KKTVII.K. E. L. STUIIQ IS. H, G, WAGNER, And by the Dmrooir.Ti, and DKAI Km ran nliovp. if Toruw, lor (IN'..1) fie ,il di-tirid. iviu HKiXIlY It. COST A R. Dfror No. .M2 Itnn'U-iv St. York. '.J'l'- ilMvl'm i-d, Also, Cent's Cirir, Fine Opera Bo Gill L.im. i- toV 'Uc-ilerf supplied on tliomasi liboral' i> m 4j L' J.AI. WILDKIl Sloat's Eliptical H'liitin-ton, Fort Wnyue! Toledo. Uttroit. ,'cc. I vU1 f' i O l t >tii it i j train will leave Peru nt a arrive ina- nftor li_nr..A. i -Hade (Mb Easy to Operate Upon, It is elegantly 1'urcliascrs arc Sails Macliint-fshouli) not (ail they nil! at once bo convinced of ail )thera. Circular sand .Sample can bclind of C L. AVK 15.'CO. d-tf FISCIEB'S UUOI Main-St., Forr, Wayne, Ind. now and iplciuii.) is not 1. opened on so ile of in.igiiiliucnuf r.irclj in the (icntU-mi-n thai thry can have at nil th.' a muni'ief- shown them duo thcirr.inl., and bi- with all the refresh- allvMold insucha pl.icc. Beef Sand's Cream Ale Always ready to bo to cu 
                            

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