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Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 31, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAYNE DAILY TIMES- JOHN W. DAWSOHT, Editor. VOL. 1. I will wiUlngly praise, and condemn as fearlessly, when Justice requires; JOHN W, DAWSON, Publisher. FORT WAYNE, ALLEN COUNTY IND., JULY 31, 1855. NO. 14. e PUBLISHED EVERY EVEUXQ (SUN-DAYS ZXCKTTED.) JOHN W. BAWSON, Editor and Proprietor. O" Times Story, North. East corner Clinton and Columbia Streets, FOKT WAYNE, LSD. Terms of Subscription, invariably in advance. One 00. Six- Months................................3 00. Three Months............................1 75. Advertisements, Railroad Advertisements All Legal advertisements one dollar Tjj) square of ten lines, for one insertion; and twenty-five cents square for each subsequent insertion. Business and Miscellaneous Advertising. One square of 10 lines or less first insertion, 00. Each additional One square three 00. One square six mouths....................9 00. One square one year........................1500. Two squares three mo'ths....................7 00. Two squares six months....................1300. Two squares one year....................20 00. Three squares three months................10 00. Three squares six months................IS 00. Three squares one vear.................... 95 00. Yearly advertisements of a column or less will be inserted at a liberal discount from the above rates, and will be inserted until otherwise marked, and charged accordingly. For all legal and transient advertisements advance payments will be required, and for all others the same unless ordered by a responsible party, or a guaratee of payment given. 03" All letters pertaining to the Editorial and Inis- iiu-3s department of the Office must be directed to the Times andalll communications intended POST OFFICE FORT WAYNE. Time of Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. Cleveland, Columbus, Pittsbursf, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis, via Ohio and Ind. Railroad. Daily, (Sundays at 9 00 A. M. Arrives at 7 OQ r M TOUCDO, OHIO. (Sundays at___8 A. M. Leaves Daily Arrives Leaves Daily, Arrives Mondays (Sundays at.. Mondays ;i SaWis, Mu-ii. Leaves Dnilv, (Sundavs at.. Arrives _ _ PIQUA, OHIO. Leaves Mondays, AVoduusda vs Fridays, at 4 A. M. Arrives Tia-sih.ys, Tluu-sdays it Saturdays. 5 p. M. GOLU.UIUA OITV, .7 A. M. .Sr. M. .7 A. M. .8 P.M. ND. Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays A. M. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, 7 p. .M. IND. Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays it Saturdays, at 8 A. M. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, 3 r. M. Leaves Mondays and Fridays, at..... Arrives Tuesdays Leaves Mondays and Fridays, at..... Arrives Tuesdays ST. JostTti, Ouio. Leaves Arrives HICKSVIJLLE, OHIO. Leaves Thursdavs, at............. Arrives MAUIO.V, for upblication must be written in a plain and leiri- Leaves Fridays, at................ bio style, and those pertaining to private matters will only be inserted on the usual terms, KOU PAY. This Office is now supplied with the most, exten- sive, perfect and complete assortment of JOBBING MATERIALS ever brought to Northern Indiana, to be used in the Typographical Art, together with PLAIN and FANCY TYPES in an extensive and choice variety; and we will be pleased to receive or- ders for Of any description, Color, or Styte, including. All kinds used by Merchants and Storekeepers, Retailers and Grocers, Manvuacturers, Medicine Dealers, Auctioneers, Kail Road Agents, Banks, Insurance Officers, Stock Companies, generally, Brokers, [Merchants, Commission and Forwarding Express Men, Professional Men, Literary Societies, Public Officei-s, Patentees, Pi-odticers of Ifew Articles, Mechanics of all Trades, Architects, Daguerreotype Artists generally, Managei-s of Social Assemblies, Travelling Agents, Fanners, or sellers of Real Estate, iScllers of Personal property, Renters. In short, all kinds used by all classes and all peo- ple, who are willing to pay a reasonable remunera- tion for good Job of work. All orders by mail promptly attended to, and sat- isfaction warranted. POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPESS. Quarterly Rates of Postage, when paid in advance, on Newspapers and Periodicals sent from the Office of publication la Actual Subscribers. "WHEKI.Y KEXVSPAPES (one copy only) sent to actual suli. scribers within the county and published, free. Mississippi, ftec v ot Newspapcrs and periodicals not exceeding 1J oz. in weight, I JAMES CAJITBELI., of fii-n fhen circulated in ttie State where published, ,i} cents n ,..._ ..CM i Newspapers and periodicals of the weislit of 3 m. and un. U iMnssacliusetfs, Attor. Uun. llIE ItOGETt B. TAXEY, of Chief Justice DIHECTIONS. __. i -T 1st. Publishers of newspapers and periodicals may send to each other from their respective offices of publication, j -----7 A. It. -------7 M. ------C A.M. -----7 r. M. -G A. 51. ....7 p. M ....1 A.M. ...11 P.M. .3 P. M. ...G A. M. .7 r. M. Arrives ___.......... LIBEIUY MILLS, INU. Leaves Fridays, at................. Arrives Mails which leave in the morning will close the previous evening. All others 30 minutes before con- tract time lor departure. Office open during the week from 7 a.m., to 8 p. in., aud on Sundays from LI to m. and from 1 to 2 p. m. JOHN G. J1AIER, SI. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. The following is a table showing tlie legal weight of the articles enumerated, per only true way of selling or bnyin bushel, which is the ng produce or arti- jles named. (Statutes of Iiid.'isS.) A Bushel of pounds Of shelled Corn on the Corn Meal, ....................50 Buck Oats............................32 Barley, ........................43 Beans, ........................CO Bran............................20 Clover Timothy seed....................45 Flax ....................5G Hemp ....................45 Bluegmss ...................14 Costur ,...........4t> Dried peaches....................33 Dried lc 57 Mineral UNITED STATES GOVJBBKMJEAT. tvnen in me OL-itc ot cenm Newspapers and periodicals of the weight of 3 oz. and un- iler, sent to any part of the United States, Gi cents. o eac oer rom er respecve oces o pucaon, free of postage, one copy of each publication, and may also send to each actual subscriber, enclosed in their publication, bills and receipts for Same, free of postage. '2nd. Quarterly payments in advance niay be made either at at th hen made sucli payment the mailing office or the office of delivery- the mailing office, satisfactory evidence of suci payment uat be exhibited to the postmaster at the office of delivery. THE I.AW OK NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con- trary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscrip- tions. 2- If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher can continue to send them until all arrearages arc paid. 3. IT subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they arc directed, they arc held re- sponsible. If any subscribers remove to an other place without informing the publisher, and their paper is sent to the for. mer direction, they are held responsible. t fi. Tl'e courts have decided thnt refusing to take a news- paper from the oflice, or removing r.nd leaving It uncalled or, is prinia facia evidence of intentional iraiuL MASONIC Regular Commmri- cationof Fort AVayne Eiu-nnipnicnt Nu. -I, third AVodnesday even ing in each month. Fort Wayne Chapter No. 19, first AYeilncsilny cvriiing in each month. AVayne Lodge No. 25, Tuesday evening next pre- ceding each full moon. Summit City Lodge, U. D., Friday evening next, i following each full moon. The Lodges have meeting every week on Tuesday and Friday evenings. All Masons in good standing visiting onrcity are fraternally invitwl to attend. The Lodge of Instruction hcrenftcrmcetin (he Hall of AVnyne Ixidge on Monday evenings. Non affiliated Masons residing in onr jurisdiction arc now required by an edict of the Oniml to affiliate themselves or pay yearly duos to the Lmlge in whose jurisdiction they inavivside SOL D.'BAYLESS, AV. M. ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. T'OlUt' Wayne Lodge No. every Mon- day evening. AV. H. Biwks, N. G. Isaac Jonkin- V. G. Stewart Bikcn, Sec'y. TTAKMONY lodge No. every Thm-sdav evening. A. M. AVcbb.N. C. C. Orlf, V. G. S. AV. di'ibrxin, Scc'y. CJWMMIT on I he I stand 3d WNitimlays each month. F. AV. C. P.; I. Jenkinson.S. AV.- AV II. Brooks, Senbe. PATIOHTERS OF nnyin tfldi montli. FKAKKLIK PIERCE, of BTew-Hampsliire, President of t he Unitefi States........... 000 J. D. BBRKJHT, of Indiana, Arice President i Bpro TIIK CARiNi-rr. SViiiiAM L. MAKCY, of New York, Secretary of State...........................'. JAMKS GCTIIKIK, of Kentucky, Secretary of the Treasury ROBERT M'Ci.KLLAxn, of Michigan, Secretary of the Interior........................ fi.OOO fi.OOO cjino 5 000 4.500 JAMES C. DOBISIX, of North Carolina, Secretary of the Navy...........................'. JKKKKCSOX DAVIS, of Mississippi, Sec'v. ot'AVar John M'Lean, of Ohio, Associate Justi James M. AA'ayne. of Georgi John Catron. of Tennessee, Peter V. Daniel, of Virginia. Samuel Nelson, of New York, Robert C. Grier, of Penn'a., Benjamin R. Curtis, of Mass. John A. Campbell, of Ala. INDIANA DIUECTOKY. JosKrn A. AVuir.iiT, Governor. R. D. SLATER, Speaker of Senate. K. B. COLLINS, Secretary of State. H. E. TAI.BOTT, Auditor of State. R. NOFFSINGKR, Treasurer of State. A. 7.. STUART, Judge Supreme Court. A. L. DAVIDSON, S. K PKRKIXS, S. (JOOKIXS, A. (J. POUTER, Reporter to Supreme Court AV. IXKACII, Clerk. K. A. M'Mahon, 1'rest. .Iiiilge.lOHi Judicial Distrid.. K. R. AVilson, Prosfenting Attorney. Adams A-Allenoo's Joseph Jirnekeiiridge, District AUoriu-v I. IX U. Ki-lsi.n, Clerk. Robert Starkweather, Auditor. Omk-h Hird, rrreasurer. R. M'Mullen, Sheriff. A. Jackson, County Surveyor. i. T. Daik-y, DAYTON RAILROAD V Summer Momlay, June-25, 1855. Trains will leave- the sixth struck Depot as follows: Fiits-r Express, at 5.30 A. M. For Indianapolis, Terre-Haute, Lafayette, Peru, Michigan City, Chicago, Galena, Kock Island, St. Louis, and the AVest. Tliis train stops at all Hit- way Stations. SECOND Express, at C-00 A M. For Clyde, Cleveland, Sandusky, Dunkirk, Buffa- lo, Albany, New York and Boston: connecting at Forest for Crestline, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Bal- timore, AVjishington; and Sandusky with train for Toledo and Chicago, arriving al Chicago at 2 A 31. This train stops only at Hamilton, Middle-town, Dayton, Springfield, Uibana, Belfoutaiiic, Tiflin, aud Grafton. THIRD and Pittsburgh Accom- modation at C a. Dayton, Springfield, San- dusky, Cleveland and way stations. Connects at Forest for Crestline, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Bal- timore, and also to Lima, Delphos and Fort AVayne. Same train connects at Sandusky with steamer BAY CITY for Detroit, and at Dayton with train for Troy, Piqua FOURTH Accommodation, at II a. Hami ton and all way Stations. FIFTH and Dayton Accom- modation at 2.30 a', all way stations. Connects at Dayton for Troy, and at Hamilton, Eaton, Richmond, Indianapolis, Chica- go, SIXTH Express, atop m, for Day- ton, Springfield, Sandusky and way stations, Cleve- land, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New York and Boston, connects at Forest for crestline, Pitts- uurg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and at Hamilton for Richmond and intermediate stations. SKVENTU Accommodation, al 6.30 p. train stops at all regular stations and at flag stations on signal or notice to the Con- ductor. Baggage checked to Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffa- lo and Pittsburgh. RETURNING. Trains leave Dayton at 5.UO and 7.-15 a. m., 1.35 and B.OU p. m. Leave Richmond and 10.30 a. in. and 6.30 p. m. Leave Hamilton at 6.00, 0.10 and 9 00 a m 12 and For further information or tickets apply at the Ticket corner of Broadway and Front St., under the Spencer House, on AValnut street, next door to the Gibson House, or at the Sixth Street Depot. HENRY 0. AMES, Sup't. June 16th 1855. i_tf mo IOTJISVIXLE in 6 of Time for A Indianapolis and Chicago, and all the the north- ern and western cities and Mississippi E. Tuesday. June 9th, and until further notice the trains will depart from AVood street sta- tion as follows: FOR INDIANAPOLIS at 6 4o a m, and 4 p m. For Louisville Madison at8 3U a (i m For Lawrenceburg and Aurora at 6 4o am, S 30 a in, '2 30 p m, 4 p m, and 0 p m. Freight for Louisville, Indianapolis, Peru, clii- cago, Terre Haute, Arincennes, Evansville and all intermediate stations at 7 a m For further information in regard to Freight, ap- ply at the office, No 4 East Front street or the Station, or west front near foot of Columbia st. O" For Tickets apply at the Offices, south east sornerof Fourth and Vine streets; No i cast Front st Station, on west front street, or at the offices of the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad co. S. POST, Chief Engineer and Superintendent July !G, 1855V SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1855 mO Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, City. Philadelphia, and New York; also to Rich mond, Petersburg, Norfolk, Wilmington, b Baltimore Ohio, Central Ohio, and 'little Miam Railroad, via. Columbus and TURK DAII.V TICAINS; at 6 a m, 10 20 a m, anrl G p m. T Xantsvillo in 6J hours Wheeling in 10 do Baltimore in Washington n '29 do connecting at Baltimore with trainsi on Pliihulc-1 phia, AV'ilmington nnil Baltimore Kailroad. lo Phil adelphia, connecting- with trains un the New Jer sey Railroad, to New York via. Brunswick or Am boy, is the only route which can make the 23 hour time between Cincinnati and Baltimore ar riving 3j hours in advance of any other route. LrThis is the only route which can make hour time, or by which Through Tickets can be procured between Cincinnati aiid AVashiagtou City; arriving eight hours in advance of any other route. Leave Chicinnvti by Little Alinmi Railroad. FIRST Miami Cincinnati at U o'clock a rn, ar- rives at at 12 o'clock, noon. Leaves Zanesville at i-l.W, nnon and arrives at Weec-ling at 4 pm. Connecting at Wheeling with train Baltimore and Ohio Rmlroad', and arriving at Baltimore at 10 o'clock a in. Arriving al AVasliingion City at 11 o'clock a in. Cmnccliny lath the trains at Baltimore for Phila- delphia and New York ilirect. (..'onnecting nl Washington fur Ftcdrrictsburz, Richmond. SKCO.XU Miami Ruilrond Cincinnati ,it U o'clock a m, arrives at at p m. Leaves Zanesville at o.Io p m, am1, arrives at AVheeling at 10 p m; connecting at AVheeling with train Baltimore and Oiiio Rail- road for Baltimore and Washington. Cmmeclhiir at Baltimore with train for Philadel- phia and Nnc York direct. Connecting at Washington for Fredcricksbunr, Petersburg, Richmond, etc. TIIIRU Miami Rail- road leaves Cincinnati at i.30 o'clock p m. Arrives at Zanesville at 1.30 o'clock am, leaves Zanesville at 1.40 a m, and arrives at AVheeling at fj.30 a m, connecting at Wheeling with Morning Train Balti- more Ohio Railroad for Cumberland, where pas- sengers sleep and resume the Morning Train for the East direct. Connecting roitli Train at Baltimore for Philadcl- Miscellaneous Advt's. MERCANTILE west corner of sixth and AValnnt Streets, Cincinnati Ohio. The undersigned has removed his Mercan- tile College to his new building, northwest ner of AV'alnut and Sixth streets, where he has fit- ted up a splendid suit of expressly .for this spared neither pains notexpepse m making them in every respect the niRstconveni- ent and pleasant school rooms in the The plan adopted in teaching combines pTact'iqe with theory; instead of using books, the pupils arfc exercised in making original entries of every day business transaction. Journalizing, Posting-, Bal- ancing accounts, opening and closing a great vari- eiy ot different sets of books, both for partnership and individual business, where the business has been prosperous and adverse; and thus qualifying the student for entering into the practical duties of the accountant in any kind of business. The course_of instruction will consist of COBBLE Ex rn v BOOK KEEPING, embracing every department of trade and Mercantile accounts, viz: Wholesale Detail, commission, Exchange, Banking, Manufac- llru'icr fslnnnincr D.....I.___L- maiiuiac- ig, Shipping, Individual, Partnership, Steam- boating, and Compound Company Business, vant- nercial calculations, Practical Penmanship and commercial Law; also, lectures on the science of iccounts, custom of merchants, In addition to the regular course of study the milorsigned has made anangements with Henry Snow, Esq., Hon. Belamy Storer, Prof. AV AYriehl uid other eniineu I lecturers, to deliver a course of ectures on the subject of Commercial Law Hi? ory of commerce, Political Economy, as connect ed with commerce, and other subjects of great im portance in a commercial point of view, and never it-fore introduced m any Mercantile college in tfff jnited States. Pupils are instructed individually, and not in classes, so that students may enter at any ml proceed in the ratio of their capacity andassi- Public examinations are had, (though imnils air xamiued privately if they desire the tudent undergoes rigid and thorough interrogations y the 1 tineipal, assisted by a committee of Prac cal Accountants and Businessmen, and diplomas warded to Ihcse who are deemed worthy of them can be completed in from six to ten weens. And m conclusion, the Principal wotfli} state that everything in his power will be done to advance his students, and make themthorough and accomplished_accountants, and his extensive ac-- quaiiitance with the business community will gen- erally enable him procure situations for those de- sirous of obtaining them. a full course of lessons in AA ritmg, commercials calculations, corn- Law, BAGGAGE checked from Cincinnati to Wheeling, and from thence to Washington, BAGGAUE checked from Cincinnati to Baltimore, and from thence to Philadelphia, ic. Newark, Zanesville, Fare from Cincinnati to 8-1 25 Washington via 00 Wheeling SIC 00 0 pm -S. BACON, Principal. Cincinnati, July 16th, 1855. .855. SIHIM.EH ARRANGEMENT. 1855. T ITTLE MIAMI Columbus and Uufialo, New York, Boston, Niagara Falls, Montreal, Quebec, by the Cin- cinnati, coiumbus and Cleveland route, and LAKE STEAMERS. CRESCENT CITY. QUEEN OF THE WEST, capt. AV. T. Pease. uapt. D. H. M'liride. and owned by the Cincinnati, coiumbus Cleveland, New York and Erie, aiid N. York central routes. Two DAII.V TRAINS, in connection with Lake Steamers, at G a m, ami 9 a m. FIRST fi o'clock a m, arrives at Cleveland at 94 o'clock p in. Passen- gers by this train have 5j hours at Cleveland. SF.COXH nine o'clock'a m, making direct connection at Cleveland with the Steamer. Both the trains by this route run directly side the steamer at Cleveland. B Passengers leaving their names at the ticket of fice, state rooms will be telegraphed for. Trains run by coiumbus minutes faster than Cincinnati. Henry Dickerson, F. D.'Lassclle, (by accident) E F Colerick, Cininty K CITV Win Stewart, Mayor Co. Commissioners. Patrick Mc( R N Godfroy, AVm AV Carson, C'lty Uh-rk Attorney Treasurer. mOLKDOA-. ILLINOIS ,t LAKE ERIK, AVAR ASH 1 ST LGU1S Westward, Distances. Slalions. .10 A.M. Toledo, 0. T.H-lluS 9.7-HO.Ii 10.8-7I.-I I fi.8-HR3 8.1-9-I.3 2 11 M. 'i :tr. 500 NapoU-on Adams, IMiaiKV, Kmrrald, Antwerp, New I lav .1 45 IS :t .VJ M.211 i :i-j 12-18 -in 8.7-77.5 ForfcAViiyll''. II IS A.M. HUNT'S 'fiKO. 11. BURROWS, July IS, '55.-ll< aunt, Petersburg, Va. 21 50 Norfolk, 1935 Wilmington, K c 27 00 class) 10 Ou VVeldeu, N c, 23 00 Through Tickets for AVasliinglon city can only be procured by this route, and this istheonlyroutc by which through tickets can he procured via .Bal- timore, Philadelphia and New York. Through tickets to Winchester, RichmoniiFred- ericksburg, Petersburg, Norfolk, Weldcn and Wil- mington, can only be procured by the Little Miami Route, aud the only route by which passengers can go through without detention to Charleston, Savan- nah, Macon, Alalanta, Augusta, and all the points South. For Through Tickets And all information, please apply at the Little Mi- ami offices, P. AV. Strader, General Agent, No. Unmet House, first door west of Vine; No 177 Gibson House, front office; at south east corner Broadway and Front street, directly opposite the Spencer House, and at the Liltle Miami Depot. ISAAC II. SOUTHWICK, Superintendent central Ohio Railroad. C. AV. S. liHOWN, Agent C 0 R R, Cincinnati. TILINOIS CENTRA! K. Branch. On and after Monday, 1855, and until further notice, Passenger Trains will run daily, (Sundavs excepted) as follows: Leave Chicago for Urbana, at 15 A do do Kankakee, at
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