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Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 25, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana FORT WAYNE JOHN W. DAWSON, Editor. I tcill willingly praise, and condemn as when justice requires. JOHN W. DAWS OW, Publisher, VOL. 1. FORT WAYNE, ALLEN COUNTY, IND., SEPT 25 1855 NO- 63. fees. Information. i Railroad Advertisements. _EVET.Y EvESISO (Sl'XUAYS EXCEPTED.) JOHN W. DAWSON, Editor and Proprietor. 3rf Story, JVorft East eorww Clinton and Columbia Streets, PORT WAYNE, LSD. Terms of Subscription, invariably _in advance. One Year...... Six Months. 300. Mouths 1 75. POSTOFFICEFORTWAYNE. fUBTCKraATI.HAliaLTOSr DAYTON SAIIP.OAB Time of Arrivals and Departures of the Mails, Cleveland, Columbus, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, anil j Depot as follows: Indianapolis, via Ohio and Ind. Kailroad. j FIRST Express, at 5.SO A. M. Leuves Daily, at 900A.M. por Indianapolis, Terre-Haute, Lafayette, Peru, Arrived at 7 20 M. ICF All Legal advertisements one dollar j3 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. Eaeh additional One square three One square six mouths....... _ 00. 00. Onio. Leaves Daily, (Sundays at-----8 A. M. Arrives Mondays "....9 P.M. LociAxspoitT, Ixn. Leaves Daily, (Sundays at-----7 A. M. Arrives Mondays .8 r. K. Sri'ituls, MICH. Leaves Daily, (Sundays ex< Arrives PIQUA, OHIO. Michigan City. Chicago, Galena, Rock I Lo-ais, and the West. This train stops Rock Island, St. at all the way Stations. SECOND Lightning Express, at G-00 A M. For Clyde, Cleveland, Sandusky, Dunkirk, Buffa- lo, Albany, New York and Boston: at Forest for Crestline, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia. Bal- train for Belfontaine, Tiffin, Two squares six months........ Two squares one year....... Three squares throe months... squares six months ......1.) 00. _ timore, Washington; and Sandnsky with train for at------7 A. M. i anu- Chicago, arrival" al Chicago at 2 A M. I This train stops only at Hamilton, Middletown, _ i Dayton, Springfield, Urbana Leaves Mondays, tt edneadays it Fridays, at -1 A. M. ryorw anc Qrafton. Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays it Saturdays. 5 1'- M, GoLl'MBIA dlTY, Isii. Leaves Tuesdays, Tluu-sdays it Sat in-day s, atG j Arrives Mondays, AVediiesdnys Fridays, 7 BLUFFTOX, J.., i I tltllulc, Ulll.1 tlloVJ w v 20 00. Leaves 1 uesdays, Thursdays Saturdays, at B A. M. game train connects at Sandusky with steamer HAY THIRD and Pittsburgh Accom- modation at 8 a- Dayton, Springfield, San- dusky, Cleveland and way stations. Connects at Forest for Crestline, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, timore, anil also to Lima, Delphosand Fort Wayne. Miscellaneous Advt's, i Miscellaneous Adv'ts, BACON'S 3LE2CA3TIL2 west coiner of sislli anil Walnut Streets, Ciacmaat, Ohio. The undersigned has removed his Mercan- tile College to his new building, north v.-esl cor- F02T WAYHS x Main
A. S. K. KlDl'Ktt. RIDDER Merchants Line twcen Main and Sycamore streels, York barrel and dairy sack salt tor sale. Court llou.-w. ar.il Commission nts, and Agents Miami canal and Sycamore slreels, r York harnrl ami dairy sack salt lor sale. Prompt nltenlion and dispatch will be given to forwarding soods on I lie Krie, Miami and Wabasl, C'inals, or I In: various railroads. Liberal advances iiviiie on consignments either for shipment, or for sali: in this market. Orders for piirehaMni< goods or selling western produce punctually attended to Tim Teeth or mum mi id I'lulr, pe r Tooth. Silrer 1'lule, The money refunded if the Teeth do not prove satisfactory. the information of those living at n dis- tance, we would .state that our facilities arc- .such, hat wo can in tin.- finest style, a full set of Teeth ill from il to .i.s hours, and .small prices in proportion, so that no di-lenlino need beapproiieim- No. I.iii :lr.et, Rice SHiI Elm, ('iiicinnait. July til.
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