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   Dawsons Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 2, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               A JrarmV-Zcrfactly Independent; with to do Right, and Scorning to do Wrong IJSTIX A.Y, S 131 EJcuuson's EJriUn (LUUCS. Commenced February 1, 1859. rURttSIIED EVERV ISVKXlXf! (oiIXIMYS EXCEITI-ill) HY JOHN W. DAWSOX, Editor and Publisher. Times .Story, Xi'lih cor- ner Oliiitiin and (Ailuuibui, Streets. i si-ill Mi Fl NAIM.KS. Etlrcct tlonlc Ci'tn B. n a i a E, j s c A. R A T 'i1 6 ii W E Y S. I K s 5-: 5 One Year Six Monlh.i Three Months 1'cr Week ptta, invariat.lv in advance. 5-1' AMI A I. i. POINTS IN WKST. TIIK Sll Rai L'lt'iii'je lull's nr lii'J'J'UJi'. lii-lifi'iil 1'iirl 'IH'l I.miix. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. All Legal Adverliseinents our- will leave (he places lo v.-il: W i; K T A K U often lilies, for one iiiserlion ami twenty five cunlsTH S'piare I'm- subsequent iiisi.-rli.in. Business ani Miscellaneous Lilian so IK.: One square of HI lines or less, lirsl OK. Lafiyelle ........................7: 1-j j Eeaeh additional iiiserlion, lli.-ac.li Slate 111..............L l-i One n.plaru llil'et: j1 One sip.are six months, j1'-] One one year. ,r Two sipiares three months, ll'- i Two six months, J'! Two Mipiares one year. Three squares threw Thre sipiares six nionlhs. Three squares on.; year. i M inns al wiih Yearly adverlisenn-nts ol a colnnin or less v.-.ll i p ve inserted al a lil.e.ral discount from lh.: al.....j r.ilcs, and will lie uniil f.o-l.id len. null i V- olherwise marUed. and F.u-all and ir.u.-ii1..! adv.-ri isi-.m n! s. ad- vanu: payments will iu reipiired-. and I'm1 all ,.l crs Ilie s.liu11. "I'd -n-d by r.'-p.m -II-1 i1 ty. or a. iliiaranly of paynu-nt U pvi-n. _ JtJ'-.'V" All lellci-s I" l he IMi'.'ir.al of Ih, I l.li...... j RAIL R O A D to the'-Times nllleo." and all m I'MPTF I' V Mil I'-: tended lor pnldicu i.m. m.isl a pl.nn -s; _> (iml 1 -ilile slyle: an I llni.e perlainin.1: lliillter.s will only IK- iinerlrd .in I m' U.-.....1 l.'-rn.. ron c.iv. u. WITHERS BIORRiS, KOllT 4 onCalhoim Street. I) ISAAC JEIXfKIKSOBT, Atioruej sm-J Counselor at ILavr, l-'OUT WAVXK, 1M.'. M'TH'F. in Slaplei'ord's bnildinj; lion K.r.ini. l.'alhoun St. R. BRACKEKRIL'SB, Jr., roirr INP. alJ.'inl In '.lie ('nlli'i'lii.M. ailjn-nniMii. u: V tin1 IM- i.r l.iii-1 .in-l I'X'ii-iii-i! inn "I'litles. in any ['an Iniiiana. liliii-i- mi Calliiiun SI. ALI.lie OW Slutiilin J'nrt WHOLESALE .t MANUFACTORY, n must I'Xli'Mfivi1 rsla'.lisliP.lflil of the kiiul ill j'.i'.'t "f I hi1 country. SScftfit SZiXfHt i.  GERMAN j n-.. Til.l. ].ra.-i'. in "f iM-ii'i.-i villa.'i-n. wlieretlivJohbiTj Imy l-l.-ir slc-clis; ami i vv i-Miipine-sioanyiin- Trusses and Supporten% HQMS MABS wosr j Is add..-.! t.i tl.e a I" ltd' sloe'- is I'm F RAIID-ILL, mi Sireet. I'.vo doors ol i to :lv I lUii HAILS j N C? 'i'ir. I I..--, in I :i. m f hi', i I la. I l.i. JM-Mlnpl a: ii inn 10 ail in.-- N -lull a. m I i a n i v'V in I I: "In in nv ol I In1 'onr: ol I lu arl a I :i i. I l-.l. ''I'.i'i p. m.. Attoni2y and Counselor al Law, 1 I Train. :i a! rfoi.K I, rn. K. (..U.K hict.'.'S, Kir SKIKS Cash Paid for Hides and Skins. Ft. Wnvni', D, 2C.-II' AND WINES PAINTS French and American Zinc Faints .1. W. I'AKKnii. PARKER, fej 'SP fej iv a an J.N B O No. 10 .Main 1 X C 1 X X A T I, O II 1 O. I'arlienlar anil faithful atlcnlioii given tu ll.e .sal. O F 1'iisr On Fr. I'.n. 1 I'liila.l.'lplii.i. V, r. KI. w..'. c. K. Arrives daily Sunday') al Kasicril I..'Her m.il Ne-.v Voi 1. I 'ii v I'. n and Xi'iv Slates l.j T. W. W. I'.. K. dail y Sunday l al. lo.'l M Departs I Indiauapolis. f.-mral Mlin.iis. SI. l.nni an t-'oulli-Weslern mail -em-raih l.v T. W. Ii. II RAILROAD. Arrives ,i v. M_ j ,-j r April Kill. Trai Arrives daily riuli-layj lit Apr I1 1 n ff ij H V S I G I A iy S T. P. LI c C U L L C U G II, PI. 2. WILLIAHS HUESTIS, WlltiLICSALK AM) UI'JTAlL UKAl.KliS IX V II. Ill-Mill1! Sll'l'l'l. S.'ll III Si'll'. I a, p. m.. M.'p a: all a ml .-.inneclal I'er.i Dll. 0. S. S5I1TH, Arrives Mondays. an.M'iid Tivjiviih Train (he T. V. Depart s Tuesda'l s. Thii.-s.l.i'.s and S..: ni'.l.i.is, 1 ii. K. p. in. Unn j M..M.e. Toledo. D.-lroil. I ic i v ivi Arrives vs. M'e.inr-davs and Friday- U >l r M uill vc P.-rn al f, a. :i fl.'.' Sal urd.i. 7 .v i al on T. W. I A I'I' '-nmll alidloai. ,.-n- Arrives Wedne-d iys Fridiys S c v Departs Tuesdays, Thill's lay i and S.Unrd.i.-.s 7 A j Arrives Wedn.vd lys an I S .1 nr.l i, s al 1'' n-lian .poli-. a' m.. r, nno :i Mond.ivs and Thun-da.'. A !il a. ii Ii 'i'ra-o l ll'.Hr.'.s.'.r. hi. I'm- and Peru ul Arrives Tnesd-iys and Saiurdays at Mondays and l-'riday.-, at Physician and (il'l'lfl; ..u faihoun Si. i-el. opjio-ili1 Pui.iie Arrives Wcdnesd lysS r I >e parts Tuesday s 7 A M Lil-frlij Mills. Arrives Saturdays H A M llnparls Tuesdays 7 v M llirksvUlf. t.l.'iiti. Arrives Thurs.lays 11 AM Thursdays 1 rji .Viiriml, I'l'l. Arrives Thursdays 8 r M Departs i1 M JStJf All mails wliieh leave in llie close the previous evening, and llailroad mail- whicli leave d iriup; olliei- hours, will In; closed II. niinutes hefore time for Olliee open during ihe week from 7 o'eloek in (lie morning to S o'clock in ll.e evening, while scparal and dislrilmliug the ivislern or AVestern .Mails, al wliieh lime ihe Imxi-s will he closed for and on Sunday from '.l in o'clock in Ihe morning, and IVom 1 to 'J u'eUn-k in the afternoon. JOHN a. i'. M. MEETINGS OF MASONIC AND ODD FELLOT.VS i WAVXB LDUUII, No. Meels T.irs.iay evening, on ur next full IIIIMHI. (BieU month. Speeial 'I'ncs.l.-iy evening ol" each week, in Millvr's Hall, Cur. ol't'al- lioun mnl Hurry SIITI-IS. SUMMIT CITV No. 170, Mei-is Frnlay on nr nexi piTceilins in.mii. SjieiMal mt'elillgs, Friday evening of .'.aeh Four WAYNE CIIAI-TKII, No- Meeison Hie lirsi Wednesday evening each month, at. MillerV Hall, corner of Calhoun anil Kerry SlroclH. FOIIT WAYNB No. Ii, Meets on tin' lir.--i Saturday night, of each inonih. at Miller's Hall. FORT WAVNB KXIMMI-MEXT, No -I, Mccis on tin- aceonil Sal unlay ofrai-h innnlli. Sninn.it Cily Lodge ami Eiicainpincnt. mcels al Stewart's Hall. (lay P. N. (.1.; Messersmiil, V. 0.; 1. W. Campbell, Seei-etary. HARMONY I'.i, meetsThnrsday C. Green. N. (i.: C. A. Fletcher, V.U.; 1'hil- lip Grnnd, Seerelnry, SUMMIT KXIJAMI'MKNT, No. Id, ineels on Ihe Kalurday lliRlil. of eaeh moulh. .Messer- Binilli, C. P.; W. T. Melveau, II. i1; .1. bcrgcr, S. W. Hohcrt Webster, Sriho. "YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Hold their regular meetings ihe Isl, ami ;i.l, and Dcvolionol Meetings the seeond fourth Tuesduy evenings in each month, in the. third story of an'n building, corner of :il.iin and Caihoun Street. ORE Haglans nnd l.u opened li.is day, also Cloth iiml Triinininps, for the same. at. AI'.I'.OTTS. 'SO-dtf D1S. be BROTHER, K c- i a i- n t E> Ji 1 J s M Fort Will aild Toledo. Through licket.s for ale. al the principal u Ihe T! W. .t W. K. K.; and at Pern ami K.iKi Speeial iilli-nlion loll.e l.iveSt.u.k, l'roduee..nd Merchandise jrenenilly. Dental Rooms, II. L. .1 A. P. TA I.P.I IT. g V endv Incaicd in I'.iri Wayni'. oll'er their serv. lielween and Welisler Mreel-s I'. MAI i.liliV, General Tii'lvi-l April 1 I, '.V.i-iill' WHITE LEAD, HEAVY FOR WE, v, i x s i; K i> o B k. TUKI'KNTIXE, V A II N I S H, A LC 0 II OL, AXD JAPAN, Paint, Varnish, White-Wash Brushes, Si PljATE CLASS Kl'KKM OIL, KLKI'llAXT OIL, ItEl'lNKD WINTER WHALE OIL LAUD OIL, KAN'S OIL, MACHINE OIL, TANNEK'iS OIL, Kerosene Illuminating Oil, THE CHEAPEST LIGHT KNOWN, KEROSENE LAMPS, If. U l :l I. I ERIC AX, FRENCH, ENGLISH AND GERMAN -M ITT Tltlf 'ff? Iff S'j M! HI MS. 3L y TOILET WATERS, A N D FANCY ARTICLES, Cosmetics, HAIIl Artist's Materials, Tufce Points, Flavoring Extracts, G'.r.ss. RlTn-.U, ClIJ-l'S, l.fifiS, LAUD Mannfaetnrers and PeaU-r.-. in as- Sliel. and HO. 85, COLTJKBIA STEEET, IXIUANA M.i.j.li. d v.'ll, f.roe.'l'iey r.f all kind.--, 'm all things eonsidered. as ean lie ill any imirliel. All (llders filled 1'C'li. 1st, '.V.l-dlf CITY READING T A i, ii o i: x s T i! r. i: T, OPPOSITE ODD BELLOWS HALL. Will In-opened lolhe pnl.lie.on Wedno-idav even- ly .March Where will he found. DAILY PAPERS, fineinnali, Saint Louis, Neu I )i li-an.-1. r.ullal.i.i'l.-i'.dand, Ttd.-do.aml l-'l. Wayne. Also, Pictorials and Weeklies, I'r.nn ilill'erenl parts ol'tln1 Vnili-il Slate, free loall t'ilir.'ns and Sirallirers. In a rnnin will In: found all ihe elioiee In'ainls of CIIS.IKS, i.ilhe.-nlire ol' (lie palienl and war- fllMKS, AX 13 1 f h.V eleelro In.l. Mav.-h ill. alholin St. 1-1. nyne, in Mewai t s liua.unjr. j v.. ;i; p X. 1 M 1' (I I! T I'. I! I'-.n-iullv and cxeeuled. and I] P O5 5 Offl 4 HINA. GLASS AMD QUE 5riSt7ARE; 'in D 'III; Mi'llV SH.VICll I'LATi'.l) TliA SliTTS. j CHINA. GLASS AMD QU SH.VICII SIOTTS Spoon and Forks, fas- tors. Ki.ive--. Waiters and 1 1 oe. IVORY KHTIVB8. llomimin Forks, fhamli-.-r T.iil-.M H 11 IjliJUWi i ...mn'ii r-'iK'liedhavi.ifJlpill-ehasrd.lnhii I'.rown' il of Uroeeries and inlends to l.nsiness al I In-same old place, where a of (iroeeries and rrovisimis. o: ihe liesl iplalily, for family use. may :il linies lic I'rol. friiia fineinnali and (he Kaslorn niarkels. u hieh will lie sold I'ilKAl1 I'OI! CASH. All arliclesMild at this l.onse will In- selll home _ ,a i free .it charge, mnl if nol as l-epresel.lcd (hey m.iy BRITANIA WARE, This hon-e ha- li.-ell !iy i! old ,.r j l'K( ha- pa-' "'i I a I ai.d S.'-V.1-d I y Ono Pries Gtore, "For Cash Chly.' j 'r.-'ii'i h'-V-iid i la-.-'e iissortniKiil. of common V.'nre for if il s pal runs. I In an.'t from the cars. Man-ii -JS, '.V.l-.dll Cornfci-C-iliioun ami Slice's. MM 1'A'A'. April PRIVATE SCHOOL. GKUMAN, KKKNl'll, AND ENHLISII, 1'or Terms apple lo A. si Fell, .l.'.in-llmil Phoenix I'dock fallionnSl At The Boston Dry Good St re ('in-lain VVhile I'.riliianls While Marseille'! Irish Linens. HOOP SKIRTS, Swiss Sleeve Material. I'd.i and lots of Fan -y (ioods, this day reo'd liy expn-ss. June 15, '.V.i-i C IT Y K 0 T S L, i-'or.T E.-stEml of Co'umliia Stroot, on Cn.nal W, H, MYERS, M, B, I'EJYSil'I.iX AXI) MKUJJ'IOX. I'lopi-i.-loris to l.i-udd cm- B l..nn-1-s -i ml I" ihe pn'-ili.1 llial he has reliirlied I J 5i P.SPIU'TI'ri.l.V oilers his Professional i fl 3 c.-slu the .if Forl Wayne, and snr- virinil and hopes by his expericnecand proinpTni ss. lo me: it a I least a share of I heir pa! Sprcia! atlentiou devoled io diseases of In the Koad lluildiiiK al ll.e Fast end orroln Mohair Mills. "IS is nol in (he City, am] his in In- f. ir. Lni.l, wi'ii a 1'uil Clinrp'rs (n Hit- Ecfcrcnees; ii.ut.vni M "i" fhas. Slur-is. M I1' Wayne, I ml over Nil! on W.-.shinrtnn slreol, 1'rhveon Clrii'- TRAVKL1XG SACKS, TORT MOXAIKS, I-? O O o Q PI CO CHEMICAL SOAiP FOl: IVASfflXG ALL THE I'liten! uciil Popular Famtlj- ivl E 1) T C I AT E S EVER Ol'TEIM-n IX THE ATEST, AT Wholesale and Eetail. BLANKS FOE SALE! SUMMONS' SUBPOENA'S, VEMT'RTPS, AFFTOAVITS for'Wnrrpnta, STATE PEEDS, OTITT CLAIM DEEDS, MORTGAGES, o.id Not.icnR to Hfin   

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