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   Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 27, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                W m i g KM m w s l u in JOEM W, DAWSOST, Editor. VOL, 1. p-raise, W, Publisher. FORT WAYNE, ALLEN. COUSTF.. (KT, :H5 Six Months................................339 I NO- 90. One square of 10 linos or less firstinsertum, PiWS OHIO ins train slops only 31. Each additional Leaves Monuuvs, tt Fi-i.hivs :il-i M p.a.vlon- Ubann, One square three mouths.....................500. Arrives Tnesdavs, itSaitirdaV.-'. 5 r One square six months....................9 00 "L'GLUMII' v CITY INI, 1 and PiiislmrL'.i .i One square one i Leaves Tuesdays, TluiKikvs >itG i v :lt Uaytnn, Twosquares Arrives Mondays, Wednesday--. 7 i- .M i 'ms-iy' V si "i ions, f Two squares six mo'.iths....................13 00. BI.L-FKTON Forest lor a-stlim... Pi.ila'.K Two squares one year....................20 Ofl! Tiicsanys.Th'iirsilavs.tSa'tHrJavs at S V M r'ml U) Three squares three months................1000. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays it Fridays 3 r u lrai" connects at SannusKy .v.eairii- Three squares six months................13 00. GOSIIK.V, IND. J i'etmt, ami at Dayton IniMi ic-r Three squares one year....................25 00. Leaves Mondays and Fridays, 7v M Piqtia Yearly advertisements of a column or less will be 1 Arrives Tuesdays r. u. inserted at a liberal discount from the above rates, Ixu. 1''or Hami ton am) ail way Kiitii.-'is and will be inserted until forbidden, unless otherwise i Leaves Mondays andFridnys'at. -'.........G A. M. and A' marked, aud charged accordingly. Arrives Tuesdays r. Ii. al I1- in.--Stops way ForJill legal and transient advertisements advance ST. at Uayton fur i'iiiiia, a; payments will be required, and forall others the same i Leaves Fridays, at.................... G M i Eaton, i'lichiniind, iii'lianjpolis, uuless ordered by. a responsible party, or a auaratec Arrives Satin-days......'...'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. v' ji3 i of payment given. HICK.SVIU.K, Omo. "i EspiYss, p in, !vr Pay- !CT All letters pertaining to tlie Editorial and bus-! Leaves Thuvsdavs, at....................1 A. M. tori' Smiiliisky and vk _ :'.V iness department of the Ofliee must be directed to the Arrivus ....................n r land, Dunkirk, liuil'ah', Aliiaiiy. Ncv.- Y'.T'IV ami p.iinL "Times andalll communications intended INS. I coulifi-ls al Furuvl. for i-ias- iii :inv ''I' 'or upblication must be written in a plain and li-gi- j Leaves Fridava.at-........'................3 r M i I'hi.'.-i'icliiliifi, liaHnnire. nni! ble style, and those pertaining teiprrvnte matters j for Uicliiiiond and isvtrnui.-iiiatu slatiuiis. I be inserted on the usual terms, FOB PAY. Luxury JliLi.s, LVD. SKVK.NTH al Loaves Fridays, at...........'........... G M i G-'K1 P- Iran! si. al all roniiar j'ati-'iis in r- .'-f PBIF1WC !o llilllilJ 1111181 lid (I- JjlliflflLwMljai. i lenrc in the tiiuraiug will close the: i'uMif arc rnablins .n i: iin-c xo bee. or in i-iisinsii- IK K and ea.sy use of Mid ii, tj.i.n.-i.y fnaiiini; the student to _ Votm.? Lsdies and i-rs. wil; fuve lime and expense, by se- in. in no institution m c-vfcnsivo oonrse of insfruc- laijini-o wiih e'ft'fince, beauty find 'con i'ie n...--in.-... ;j.t- hijiiily qualified teach :in-.'. healthy location rentiers this lirai.-ii'.v.- insii'ution to nil who may de- i education. with 'it a 1 u-ietancrr, auu expri't-sly I .or (-.-nvi i-iriffiitJA-ly jeparr.tc frurn i tjn.-iiiiiii- a separate entrance MrrH. C. J DIETRICH. ciioiee variety; auu we will be pleased to rocoive or- i AND MEASURES. Medicine Dealers, AiK'tiuueers, Kail Road Agents, Banks, Insurance1 Officers, Brokers, [Merchants, Commission a nd Forwarding Express Professional Men, Literary Societies, Public "Officers, Patentees, Producers of New Articles, Mechanics of all Trades, Architects, 2 The Fhiid Extract i-tichn Las been i-.r Buck V; l hoen proncimced i1 i'l'iianapoil.., and n'-atcst remedy ever o-tN lern nmi western and fl ji-.n-.vn. _u is n intmunc perfectly plessant in its ]B0ad.--On Tunis'. ii.-.-, very innnpenl in its action, and yet so I noti-ulhelrnins will depart from ISSTAST. 1TTSK STSAITOJT3 Col- u i.nnihilates every p.rhrrle of the poisonous virus of the lirtatlfiil disease.; _ other remedies, do s nut dry np the Bran............................20 Clover Sef.fl.....................GO Timothy seed................... Flax ....................Oij Hemp ....................-15 Bluegrass ...................1-1 o am, and -i n m." For Louisville Madison at.1.! n n'i.ec p in For Lawrfcncelnirsr and Aurora at ii a in, S ii; i a in, Si.' p in, -i p IM. and ii p m. Freiiflit for Loutsvillt, Pt-rn, Gii'swdMi, i on.Muun.inailX-hility. brought on by self-abuse, a terrible, disease, which has brought thou- jxiniisot the luiiiian race to untimely graves, thus CostorBeans...................4fi cagn, Torre Haute, Viiictnin-s, Kvansvillc ami all tlm-non-K, s-i-. l brilliant hopes of parents, and blieht- Dried.peaches........ T-i j inlennctliatt: stations at 7 a in N. S. Ii F. G.ivi.os-.ii.i-.s u'ie !'utl lht' ambitii.n of many Pried 25 For further information ,11 to np- W. F OMS. KSG., i-.vs ear> cured by this infallible remedy. "Onions, 57 al the oflife, Ko Front ai tin- liuM-.v WICK. "s a winc.h must benefit everybody, Irmn iriBsimpiy oc'icnte to the confined and des- Lee- I ry" ifiipriKienee in life, chronic j arising from an imruire st J. D. BBRIGET, of Indiana, Vice President In short, all kinds nscd by all classes and all peo- DtiiECtioxS l JI'Lenn, of Ohio] Associate Justice, ti'.-'ock a i 1st. Puolishcrs of news'iMpcrs and pcrioiiicals may serf I James 11. Wayne, of Georgia, m, arrives at al IIj p m. Fasscn- to each other from their respective offict-s of publication, John Catron, Tennessee, -j.oOO by this tl'oiu lu've hours a' 5-t; -s p-'; V. Virsrinia, free of postage, one copy of each publication, ana may also Bend to Bach actual subscriber, cnctoseil ia tiieif publication, a i i v bills aint receipts for Ibe free or jselson, ot Aew j Doth trains l.-y tKis route run side the steamer at di-v-lnn-.L TUB I.AW OF N j A. Governor. Subscriliers whodoiiot give express notice to the con- j p SuTFR Sljeaker of Si'-naf e. Seciv'mry of Siatc. 2- If subscribers order the discontinuance of j H. K. Auditor of Pta'U-. tfae publishor can continue to send them until alt arrear.iges R. TL Oiisur: r ot" Klate. are paid. _ _A srCAKT .Imi-je Suinvmc Court. 3. If subscritiers neslect or refuse to take their papers v T n vnv--v- fron the office to which they arc directed, they are held ie- -V-3J- flpoisible. i.. 1 KKKIXS, 4. If any subscribers remove to an other place without j S. Ii. GOOKINS, infoimins the publisher, and their paper is sent to the for- 1 ri l> p mevJirection, they are held responsible. ,V u' 5. courts have decided that refusing to take a news- i paper from the office, or rcinnvir-s and leaving It uucalleil i ALI.KX Corr.TY or, isprima fscla evidence of j M'Mahon, IVvst. District E. U. Atiui-nev. j tice, state rooirs wii! Iv for. Trains run by sinusites building, L.G'BHiiiN, ticket Ko IT. i Front offlfv, il-.sun A i.L'X. ner Broadway and Front strtot, House; or at thu ij-iiiut. I Front j Oiiicd hatirs from a P. iij I1 tftocts of this modi- 01 ihc riiosi inveterate Jisea- ;i v.vrs and bones al. Rsuiii physicians and and cartifi- nl lOituvl acconi- or -'Ji per .boiilu or 6 to gal CL of at tfce Girard Hn-se, ii. B retM s Fort VVavue, Pr-'isiriji'-ir or WASONIC MEETINGS 'cationof Fon Wsdnesday evening Fort Wayne Chapt .-iuni has. Regular Communi- .IWdfii.C'oni.l'K'as.Iudfje.i-f AilnnisA AHeiieo's principal iiolcis for an-i c'-cfv train. Ira- -c. j rt Wayne Encampment No. 4, third liraeU-cnndire, District Aticrnej-. direr.ions at i.i the i-llires, will will be i .ing iii each month. i D- kelson, Cleric. i-, all p.ins cf ciiv wiih.-.nt i Vi'- rapid and correct' Jhapter So. 19, first Wednesday blarkwuithei-, Aii.nlor jfail._ _ __ j by any U'.v.-hor of !-''st ion il'Milllvn, I f3" Couii-y i oti.ur i-i tiu- Liulcrt j. caii a'.tearionlo the fol- Dv Friday eYcning next j i JNENSSM.Inscrarce i to impart to our patronsi csst-ntiai following each fall moonV I kj Aot of the I.euislaiure nil Foreign In- ann rapi.i n.isoicfs looul writ-, i beauty and rjuai- The Lodges meeting every .week on Tuesday P to file with tin; i V' is flunu at any i'X snrt MrenKth of to Che and Friday evenings. AllAIasons in good standing j l-omiry io-e.-.-i.er. SWlirn cxriibits of iheir aiiairs in each year, _ _ _ a nil in tin: natural ap- visitinetiUreitv are fniteraally invited to attend. I j and to diipoiit with him ixt'tiritic-s as a i li.is Fii.stiintion j pfarance ol the .syeech. and ID niasiitate Instnictiou will hereafter meet in the i fund for the benefit of the in: In as n nrs anti fit- j ail UI ivwcn t.ioy are ;n saying they I 1 afnck Mcl.co, City Marsbai pcrinanent "i any ii; the ant equajlcri (.y NonaffimtedMnBflps residing In our jurisdiction Ji1. I induced to lake tin' ru-cncy bf.-lii'viin.'that they arf J a with are now required by an edkt of tlie Grand LodSc to AHorr.oy 'have received' ti.c j J ;v; il'x riiinx-ly Kt-.araL f.vin j "cis inserted affiliate pay .ywrly dues to the Lodge 0_ 1 ilorgan, Ireasm-er. of Ihcfolhiwin, .y :i i-'tfo-ri- AMericAu Express proprietors of I i n'iia the above company have facilities enabling oi i the superior them to forward Money, Paraels, Packages, Goods 'v i ..rvrro i of and -n-iflp't.' riv n and also collect Notes Drafts and Acconn s inali pnblisU-u heruwitnauuto s'u" tney are the in whose jurisdiction they n'.-iy reside. SOL P. BAYLESS, W. IL INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODfi FELLOWS. FORT Wayne Lodge No. every Mon- day evening. W.H. Brooks, If. G. IsaacJenkin- Bon.v. G. Stewart Eiiken, Scc'y. HARMONY Lodge No. every Thursday evening. A. M. Webb, N. 0. C. Orfr, V. G. S. W. Gribbcn, Scc'y. SUMMIT on the 1st and .Id Saturdays in each month., F. W. Wincenrode, C. P.; P.P. P.; I. Jonltinaon.S. W.; W. IL Brooks, Scribe. DAUGHTERS OF ni'fltTues- day in each month. the principal cities and towns in the United .Stales, Canadas, California anil Europe, nt low rates and great speed. Order goods marked "by thr Amf-rif.an Wells Unlerfield Co 0-2 Broadway 8 Erie Place, N. Y. Livingston Fargo Co., 157 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. Chas. Lewis, Agent, Ft. Wayne, will receive and forward Money 01 Packa- ges from this point daily- July 10, GRICTTLTUIiAL Har- A Mar.hinrs, for .sale at A J H MILLS. July altcntion is called. Ours being a I. tin: j cij in IliiscUy, and I In: minpaiiirs n-prc.M.-iiicil by i us having such satiKlactory cvidem-u ol'lin-ir. c- entire-safety, .soln-it lor tin'in a sliari.- ol publu: lO'-.i-cli a patronage. HOl'lillii Agi.-nls. Fort .'Inly 'Jl, uu-cn Main .ind S' HOOPER, Arroiixii! Curxsn.uii: al Law, 11: Columbia eily, II the C.....-i I e and pal.-li wili House. rows, Stnna flutters, (aim Slirllrris, ".I" Toots. j i late, 1 ci-th do not prove Hiose living at a 'ljilt ollr T: L'niirl I lout.e. or va.'io inadi- oa rotr !r ill i iOS ,1 1 -1 f ol M.llllli; n plodui'< pu m-111.1! 1. an; such, yli... a full set of i...l licapprenend- JAMES S. ,11 i tnr, ,iud made oa r KliipnM-Ml or ry, 1'iiMif, l.'ity Ind. il IMIiee in Inr in iiii.s I. is tor nn: i ii j and(   

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