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Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 19, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana WAYNE DAILY TIMES, JOHN W, DAWSON, Editor. I will willingly praise, and condemn as fearlessly, when justice requires. JOHN W. DAWSON, Publisher. VOL. 1. FORT WAYNE, ALLEN SEPT NO. 57. PL-BIJSHED EVERY EVEXIXG JOHN W. DAWSON, Editor and Proprietor. 3d Story, North East corner Uinton and Columbia Streets, FOM LVD. Terms of Subscription, invariabiyin advance. One Year 00. Six Months .3 00 Threa Months 175. Qj" All Legal advertisements one dollar square of ten lines, for one insertion; and twenty-five cents t? 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. Oneaquare one year........................1500. Two squares three mo'ths....................7 00. Two squares six months....................13 00. Two squares one year....................an 00. Three squares three months.............'... 10 00. Three squares six months................18 00. Three squares one year....................95 00. Yearly advertisements of column or less will bo inserted at a liberal discount from the above rates, and will be inserted until forl ridden, unless otherwise marked, and charged accordingly........ For all legal aud transient advertisements advance payments will be required, and for all others the same j unless ordered by a responsible or a guaratce j of payment given. O" All letters pertaining to the Editorial and bus- iness department of the Office must be directed to the Times and alll communications intended (or upblieation must be written in a plain and legi- Information. We style, and those pertaining to private matters will! Arri ves be inserted on the usual terms, FOR PAY. POSTOFFICE FORTWAYNE. Time of Arrivals and Departures of the Mails Cleveland, Columbus, Pittsburg, Cincinnati anc Indianapolis, via Ohio and Ind. Railroad. Leaves Daily, (Sundays at 9 00 A. M Arrives at 7 so p. TOLEDO, OHIO. Leaves Daily, (Sundays at___8 A. M Arrives Mondays "___9p.it Leaves Daily, (Sundays at... .7 A. M Arrives Mondays "___8 p. si STUKGIS, MICH. Leaves Daily, (Sundays at___7 A. si Arrives P M PIQUA, OHIO. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, at 4 A. st. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays it Saturdays. 5 p. st. COLUMBIA CJITY, IXD. Leaves Tuesdays, Thuradays ASiiturdnys, at G A. M. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, 7 p. M. BLUFFTO.V, IND. Leaves fit 8 A. si. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, 3 p. si. GOSIIES, IXD. Leaves Mondays and Fridavs, at............7 si Arrives Tuesdays Saturdays.............7 p! si! 'WINCHESTER" I.VD. Leaves Mondays and Fridays, at............6 A. si. Arrives Tuesdays Saturdays.............7 p. si. ST. JOSEPH, OHIO. Leaves Fridays, A. si. Arrives p. sij HICKSVILLE, OHIO. Leaves Thursdays, at....................1 A. si. Arrives ....................11 p. M! MARIOS, IXD. Leaves p. M. This Office is how supplied with the .most exteii- perfect and complete assortment of JOBBING fATERIALS ever brought to Northern Indiana, to >e used in the Typographical Art, together with "LAIN' and FANCY T'i PES in an extensive and choice variety; and we will be pleased to receive or- ders for Of any description, Color, or Style, including, All kinds used by Merchants and Storekeepers, Retailers and Grocers, Manufacturers, Medicine Dealers, Auctioneers, Rail Road Agents, Banks, Insurance Officers, Stock Companies, generally, Brokei's, [Merchants, Commission and Forwarding' Express Men, Professional Men, Literary Societies, Public Patentees, Producers of New Aiiicles, Mechanics of all Trades, Architects, Daguerreotype Artists generally, Managers of Social Assemblies; Travelling Agents, Fanners, or sellers of Real Estate, Sellers 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 a good Job of work. All orders by mail promptly attended to, and sat- isfaction warranted. POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPEES. Quarterly Rates of Postage, when paid in advance, on Newspapers and Periodicals sent from the Office oj Publication to Actual Subscribers. WIEKI.Y KEWSPAPES (one copy only) sent to actual sub- Kribera within the county -where printed and published, free. Newspapers and periodicals not exceeding U oz. in weight, circulated in the State wfcere published, 31 cents Newspapers and periodicals of the weight of 3 oz. and un- der, sent toanypart of tfce United States, 6} cents. DIRECTIONS. 1st. "ublishers of newspapers and periodicals may send to tach other from their respective offices of publication, free of postage, one copy of each publication, and may also send toeach actual subscriber, enclosed in their publication, bills and receipts for the Same, free of postage. 2nd Quarterly payments in advance may be made either at the mailing office or the office of delivery. V hen made the mailing office, satislactory evidence of such payment must be exhibited to the postmaster at the office of delivery. THE LAW OF IfEWSPAPEnS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the con- trary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscrip. tions- 2- If subsiiititfs ovJer the of their the publisher can continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they are directed, they are held re- 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. 6. Tfre courts have decided that refusing to tafce a news- paper from the office, or removing and leaving It uncalled or, is primi facia evidence of intentional Iraud. MiSOHIC The Regular Communi- cation of Fort Wayne Encampment No. 4, third Wednesday evening in each month. Fort Wayne Chapter No. 19, first Wednesday evening in each month. Wayne Lodge No. 25, Tuesday evening next pre- ceding each full moon. Summit City Lodge, TJ. D., Friday evening next following each full moon. The Lodges have meeting every week on Tuesday nnd Friday evenings. All Masons in good standing visiting our city are fraternally invited to attend. The Lodge of Instruction will hereafter meet in the Hall of Wayne Lodge on Monday evenings. Non affiliated Masons residing in our jurisdiction are now required by an edict of the Grand Lodge to affiliate themselves or pay yearly dues to the Lodge in whose jurisdiction IHDEPENDENT OBDES OF ODD FELLOWS. FOBT Wayne lodge No. Meets every. Mon- day evening. W.H. Brooks, N. G. IsaacJenkin- son, V. G. Stewart Eaten, Scc'y. SABMONY Lodge No. Meets every Thursday evening. A. M. Webb, N. 0. C. Or'lT, V. G. W. Gribben, Scc'y. SUMMIT Meets on the 1st, and 3d Saturdays in each month. F. W. Wingftirode, C. P.; D.F. I. Jcnkinson.S. W.; W. H. Brooks, Scribe. DAUGHTERS OF Meet (lie first Tues- day in euch month. .1 LIBERTY Mnxs, IND. Leaves Fridays, at........................6 A. M. Arrives "........................7 p. M. Mails which leave in the morning will close the previous evening. All others 30 minutes before eon tract, time for departure. ID" Office open duringthe week from 7 a. m., to 8 p. m., and on Sundays from 9 to a. m. and from m. JOHN G. MAIEB, P. M. W EIG HTS AND MEASURES. The following is a table showing the legal weight of the articles enumerated, per bushel, which is the only true way of selling or buying produce or arti- cles named. (Statutes of Ind. 1853.) A Bushel of pounds Of shelled Corn on the Corn "Rye.............................5G Buck Oats............................33 Barley, ........................48 Beans, ........................60 Bran............................SO Clover Seed......................60 Timothy seed....................45- Flax .....................56 Hemp ....................45 Bluegrass ...................14 Costor Dried peaches....................33 Dried Onions, ........................57 Salt............................50 Mineral .70 UNITED STATES THE ELECTIVE. FRANKLIN PIERCE, of New-Hampshire SAtABV President, of the United J. D. BBRIGHT, of Indiana, Vice President ,pro THE CABINET. WILLIAM L. MABCV, of New York, Secretary of State JAMES GiminiE, of Kentucky, Secretary of the Treasury ROBERT of Michigan, Secretary of the Interior........................ JAMES C. DOBBIX, ofNorth of the Navy............................ JEFFERSON DAVIS, of Mississippi, Sec'y. of War JAMES CAMPBELL, of Penn'a., Postmaster Gen. CALEB CusmxG.of Massachusetts, Attor. Gen. TUB JUDICIART. ROGER B. TASEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice John M'Lean, of Ohio, Associate Justice, James M. Wayne, of Georgia, John Ctttron, of Tennessee, Peter V. Virginia, Samuel Nelson, of New York, Robert C. Grier, of Peun'a., Benjamin R. Curtis, of Mass. 4.500 John A. Campbell, of Ala. INDIANA DJRECTORT. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, Governor. R. D. SLATEE, Speaker of Senate. E. B. COLLINS, Secretary of State. H. E. TALBOTT. Auditor of State. W. R. NOFFSINOEK, Treasurer of State. A. Z. STUABT, Judge Supreme Court.' A. L. DAVIDSON, S. E. PERKINS, S. B. GOOKINS, A. G. POUTER, Reporter to Supreme Court. W. BEACH, Clerk. ALLEN COUNTY DIRECTOKT, E. A. M'Mahon, Prest, Judge.lOthJudicial District. E. R. Wilson, Prosecuting Attorney. J. W. BordcB.Com.Pleas Judgc.of Adams
f life, do not trust yourself in the hands of Quacks, vho start up every day in a city like this, and fill the papers with glaring falsehoods, too well calcu- .ted to deceive the young, and those not acquaint- ed with their tricks. You cannot be too caareful in the selection of a remedy in these cases. The Fluid Extract Buchu has been pronounced by eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and very innocent in its action, and vet so thorough that it annihilates every particle "of the rank and poisonous virus of the dreadful disease- ami, unlike other remedies, does not dry up the disease in the blood. Constitutional Debility, brought on byself-abuse, a most terrible disease, which has brousht thou- sands of the human race to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and blight- ing in the bud the glorious ambition of many ble youth, can be cured by this infallible remedy. And as a medicine which must benefit everybody! from the simply delicate to the confined and des- pairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting both asacureand preventive. HclmbOld'S Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla, forpuiifyingthe Blood, amoving all diseases arising from excess of Mertu- exposure and imprudence in life, chronic con- stitutional disease arising from an impure state of .he Blood, and the only reliable and effectual known remedy for the cure of Scrofula, salt rheam, cald head, ulcerations of the throat andlegs, Dains nd swellings of the bones, tetter, pimples oii the ace, and all scaly eruptions of the skin. This article is now prescribed by some of the nost distinguished physicians in the country, and as proved more efficient in practice than any prep- ration of Sarsapardla yet offered to the public everal cases of secondary Sphilis, Mercurial and scrofulous diseases have entirelv recovered i" the nciuable wards of our public Institutions which lad for many years resisted every mode of treatment hat could be devised. These cases furnibh stri- king examples of the salutary effects of this medi- cine in attesting some of the most inveterate disea- ses, aft.r the glands were destroyed, and bones al- ready affected. from responsible physicians and jrofessors of several Medical Colleges', and certifi- cates of cures from patients will be found accom- lanying both preparations. Prices, Fluid Extrac of Buchu, SI per bottle, or bottles forSS. Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla, SI per bottle, or 6 strength T- HELMBOLD, conn- To be had of H. B Reed Co., Fort Wayne, and of Druggists and Dealers everywhere All letters directed to the Proprietor or reccivejinmediate attention. [July20 'xi-oly RTIFICL4irTEETl..-Drs. Dentists No 156 West Sixth street, between Race and Elm streets, Cincinnati. This office un der the manasement of its present proprietors has been increasing in repuiation for superior opera- tions m the artificial department of Dentistry for the last ten years, and no expense or efforts shall be wanting to give satisfaction to all who may fa- vor it with their patronage. Tne subscribers would call attention (o (lie fol- lowing essential points pertaihingtoartificul viz: Beauty and naturalness of appearances, ijiial- i'y and strength of the materials, comfort to the wearer, and usefulness in restoring the natural ap- pearance of the syeech. and ability to masticate in all of which they are warranted in saying they are exceeded hy mine, anc equalled by few. :KTII inserted from on.! to a full set with artifi 4 cialgums. Full and half sets invariably inserted by sui'tioii. All op. rations in Dentistry performed in the most thorough manner. T K K -MS Conridering the superior oliaracter of the work and the guarantee given, they an; the must rersonable in the West. Tiro or more, on G, Id ,trr Tooth. Silver I'titr, 1 he money refunded if the Tet-lh do not prove satislactory. iLTl'or the information of living .it ;i dis- Uiilcc, Wo would slnti: that mir laciliti.-s iiro such- that we can m.ikc. in t.liu .1 full set of Teeth in from 21 to-JS hours, and prices in proportion, so that no detention iuv.1 be apiirennnd- C. IM.'NCAN, J. 0. CAMKKON, I'KSTISTS. No. l-'ii'th sired, Rig; nn.i Kl-iii, Cm.'11111.111. ;t: July 1C,
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