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Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - December 21, 1855, Fort Wayne, Indiana JOHN W. DAWSOW, Editor. I witt willingly praise, and condemn 00. j Leaves 1 lies, ays, 1 hursdays it tin-days, at 6 A. M. three mo'th? 7 00. 1 Arrives Mondays, 1-rulays, r. M. SKOOND Lightning Express, at 6-00 A St. For Civile, Cleveland, Sandusky, Dunkirk, Buffa- lo, Albany, New York and Boston; .connecting at BLUFKTOS, Ixn. Leaves Tuesdays, 1 hursdays it baturilnys, at s A. 31. Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays it Fridays, 3 v. u. GOSHEX, 25 00. Leaves Mondaysand I'ndays.at. will lie I Arrives Tuesdays I.N'Ii. Two squares six months....................13 "0. Two squares one yi-ir....................20 00. Three three months................1000. Three Miuares sis 00. Tliree squares1 one year Yearly advertisements of ft column or less inserted'at illiberal discount, from the above nnd will be inserted until forbidden, unless otherwise Leaves Mondays and 1' ridays, at... marked, and chared accordingly. Arrives Saturdays.... Fornll and transient advertisements advance or. JUSEI-H, Ouio. rwouenfc. will be required, and for all the same Leaves Fridays, at............... .unless ordered by a renpunsiblc party, or a guaratx1 Arrives ttf payment given. T ILT All letters pert.-iiniiig to the Editorial and bus- j -Leaves iiK-fs-departuu-ut of the Ollice must 1 >e directed to the and alii communications intended I _ MAIIIOX, IXB. tot upbiiention must 'be written in a. plain and legi-1 Leaves Fridays, at............... -Me style, and those pertniningto will Arrives >nlv be inserted on the usual terms, FOII FAY. Forest for Crestline, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia. Bal- timore, Washington; anil Samlusky with train for Toledo and Chicago., arriving al Chicago at'- A M. This train stops only al Hamilton, Middlctawn, Oaylon, Springfield, Urbana, Belfontaine, Tiffin, Norxtalk anJ Grafton. Tiiiitu and Pittsburgh Accom- modation at a. Dayton, Springfield, San- dusky, Cleveland and way stations. Connects at. I Forest for Crestline, Pittsbure. Philadelphia, Bal- I timore, and also to Lima, Delphosand Fort Wayne. -1 Same train connects at Sandusky with steamer BAV CITY for Detroit, and at Day ton with train for Troy, .7 A. M. .7 P. M. Thursdays, at............ This Office is now supplied with the most 17 perfect and complete assortment of -I TERI-ILS ever lirmujht to Northern Indiana, to c used in the Tyi'i'sniphieal Art, together with 'LAIN --md FAN'CY -'TYPES in an extensive and clioiee variety; anil we will be pleased to receive or- .G A. M. __7 r. M. ..R A. M. .7 r. H ...I A.M. ..11 P.M. ...3 I-. M. ...1 Piqua FouiiTii Accommodation, 11 a. llami ton and all way Stations. FIFTH and Dayton Ac-corn- MBKCAHTILS COLLEGE.-North west POST WAYNE MERCANTILE raSTITirrE- eorner of sixth ami Walnut Streets, Cincirraat, r litock, coinerMamaiidCalhounStre'ts, Fort Wayne, Principal of tins inslitu- tion from past experience and success as a teacher ind practical book-keeper, has no hesitation in say- that the facilities afforded to young men liialifying themselves for the duties of the count- ng and various other mereanti'e pursuits, unsurpassed by any similar institution in the Union. The course of instruction is thorough and prac- Ohio. The umlersimied lias removed his Mercan- tile College to his new buiklinir, north west cor- ner of Walnut and Sixth streets, where he lias fit- ted up a splendid suit of rooms, expressly for this spared neither pains nor expense in making them in every respect the most conveni- ent and pleasant school rooms in the United States. The plan adopted in teaching combines practice with theory; instead of using books, the pupils are exercised in making original entries of every day business transaction. Journalizing, Posting, lial- ancim.' accounts, opening ar.d closing a great vari- ety of different sets of books, both for partnership and individual business, where the business has been prosperous and adverse; arid thus qualifying the student for entering into the pmclicul duties of the accountant in any kind of business. The course of instruction will consist of ENTRY BOOK KKKFIXG, embracing every department of trade and Mercantile accounts, viz: Wholesale Retail, commission, Exchange, Banking, Manufac- turing. Shipping, Individual, Partnership, Steam- boating, am! Compound Company Business, com- mercial calculations, Practical Penmanship and at I commercial Law; also, lectures on the science of accounts, custom of merchants, In addition to the regular course of study, the G A. M. LIRIOITY MILLS, LSD. Leaves Fridays, at Airives 7 r. M. Mails which leave in the morning will close the previous evening. All others minutes before con- tract time for departure. 03" Office open during the week from 7 a.m., to 8 d from M. p. m., and on Sundays from 9 to in. and 1 to 2 p. m. JOHN G. MAIEK, V Of any description. Ccior. cr ?ty'.e, IIVVLU." All kinds us-a by M-.-rcbants and Storekeepers, Retailers And Croc-rs, Medici ue Auctioneers, Rail Riiad Agents, Hanks, Stock Companies, gem-mily, [MerehanU, Commission and Forwarding Express Men, Professional Men, Literary Societies, IVilic'Ofiicei-d, Patentees, P.- of New Articles, all Trades, n A. irenel-nlly, jfjnisir.cW of Assemblies, Agents, Farmers, or sellers of Ki-nl Estate, Sellers of Personal HenU-rs. In short, all kinds usei' by all j cles named. A liushcl Of Khcllei Corn WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. The following is a table showinsT. the legal weight if the articles enumerated, pi-r bushel, which is the ly true way of seHim: or buyina produce or arti- of >f pounds U on the ft Corn Meal..................50 Kve.............................50 Buck Wheat....................50 Barley, ........................48 Bi-nus, ........................ufl Bran............................20 Clover Se.-d.....................GO Timothy seed....................45 Flax ....................50 Hemp ....................45 modation at 2.30 p. at all way stations, undersisneil has made anangements with Henry Connects at Dayton lor Troy, 1'iqua, and at Snow, Esq., Hon. Bt-lavny Stcrer, Prof. Wright Hamilton Eaton, Richmond', Indianapolis, l.'liiea- and other evuinen t lecturers, to deliver a course of I lectures oil the subject of Commercial Law, His- Six-rii Express, at 5 p in, for Day- j tory ol' commerce, Political Economy, as connect- ion Sandusky and way stations, i-lcve- j cd with commt-rce, and other subjects of great im- l-iid 'Dunkirk Buffiilo York nnd portance in a commercial point of view, and never before introduced in any Mercantile college in the United States. Pupils are instructed individually, and not ir classes, so that students may enter at any time, and proceed in the ratio of their capacity and assi- duity. Public examinations are had, (though pupils are examined privately if they desire when th Boston, connects at Forest for crestliue, I'itts- ourg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, ami at Hamilton for Richmond and intermediate stations. SKVKNTII Accommodation, at fi.30 p. train stops at all regular stations and at flag stations on signal or notice to the Con- ductor. BagL-age checked to Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffa- lo and" Pittsburgh. RETURNING. Trains leave Dayton at 5.UO and T.45 a. in., 1.35 and U.IW p. m. Leave Richmond alT.OOand 10.30 a. m. and C.30 p. m. Leave Hamilton at G.OCI, G.10 and 9 00 a m., 12. 7.15 and For further information or tickets apply at the Ticket Office, corner of Broadway and Front St., under the Spencer House, on Walnut street, next door to the Gibson House, or at the Sixth Street Depot. IUENRV 0. AMES, Sup'l. June I Gill 1855. 1-tf Tuesday. June Hh, ami until fiirih.-r -BSYAHT, LUSK STEATTOH'S Mercantile Col- the trains will depart from Wood streetsla- I 33 legs, Superior Street Clcrrlaml, initl Maiii "s follows: Street Rvffiilo Xiw K. Gn- Costor licnns, Dried peaelies Dried apj ties, Onions, Salt Mineral Coal, 4G 57 50 TO LOTTISVILLE la G ol Time lor Indianapolis and Chicago, ami all I lie the north- ern nml western cities and Mssissjppi E. Bead, notice lion a; Foil at R a m, and -1 n m For Louisville Madison at P. .1 2 3d p m For Lawrcnccburg Aurora at 45 a m. S '.V. a m, 2 3d p m. us having given such satisfactory evidence of their entire safety, we solicit for them a share ol imbl patronage. HOL'Gll JONES, Agents. Fort Wayne, July '21, Viii-litf AY. HOOPER, ATTOUXKU it Coi XSKI.I on at. Law Columbia city, Ind. [D'Oflioe in the Com- r.hily IP ilic House. Itf JAMES S. jam, and ry, FiMic, Columbia City 1ml. IL'i Oliiee in th Court H. Uiirrie, Times Oliiee. Hill it Orbisou, Comparet, Hubbeli Co. Vor sallo at Manufacturers prices by C. L.HILL, Sole ajtont. for the I'lauul'aeturers. Fort Wayne, Dee 1, d2m for the Second Annual Collect-inn of this new and popular institution for the diffusion of Literature nnd Art, have been made on tin.1 most, extensive swale. Anionir t-lic works al- ready enframed, is the fur-famed "GEiVOA CRUCI- winch orijtinnlly cost ton thousand dollars In forming the Collection, the diffusion ct works of AMMISICAX ART, and the encouragement of American genius have not been overlooked. Com- missions have Uvn issued to many of the most dis- tinguished Americiiu Artists, who will contribute, some of tlicir finest productions. Among them are three marble Busts, executed by the greatest, living WASHIiVG- TON, the Falhcr of his Country; BENJAMIN the Sl.-itesman. A sjM.'cinl has visited Europe and iriado careful and juitieious seleetidiis of foreign works of Art, both in Bronze and Marble; Statuary and choice Paintings. The whole forming a large and valuable collection of Paintings and lie distributed FKEE amoogflic members of the Association for the second year. TKUMS or jitiyment of Three Dollars constitutes any onea member of this Associ- ation, ami entitles him to either one of the Magazines for inn-year, and also a ticket in the distribution of }hc St-itiiary and Paintings. The Literatim- issued to subscribers consists of the following monthly Magazines: Harper's, Put- uain s, Tlhickwood's, Honseliold "mercantile "commercial -rail- (Words, Godev's Lailys Book, business c.jrrcspnmleiice." i'.M-sons hiking H've inumlu-i-sliip's are entitled ecc. "commerce. practical and ornameiUal, will i f i taught by J. W. l.usk, who, for rapid and writiiur, is unsurpassed by any teacher of chirogra ply in the West. More attention is given to plain liractical penmansbip'at this Institution, than at my other mercantile college in the United Stales and we pledge ourselves to impart to our patrons a systematic, plain, and rapid business hand writ ing to a more general extent than is done at any similar college in the Slate. The suite of rooms occupied by this Institution are more extensive, elegant, and conveniently fit ted up than Ihose of any similar college ir the The Lai ies department is entirely separate from the Gentlemen's, and is lilted up in a magnificent and convenient manner. The arrangements lor, ami patronage of, tliisilepartment aie unequalled. Through the extensive business acquaintance ol Hie Principals many of the students on graduating are placed in lucrative situations. UST received fiO sells of Berlin fron 3CU setts common ware, together with any amount Blue Stone and no mistake at mulberry war.1, fir sale low and MASH'S. T W.KI 0 lilank a ud dealers in IVmtei-s'Oardsaiid Ohio. July Hi, 'ftfi-tf HB. REED, Co., Wholesale ami Retail ile.il- ers in genuine Druifn itud Me.ilicinef, also Paints, Oils, Woods, l.li legists' (ilass- ware, Surgical liislriim.ents. calhoun st.'s Furl Wayne. rorner Columbia and )0, are entitled to any five of tin1 Magazines for one year, and to six tickets iu -be distribution. The m-t proceeds deri- ved from InV sale of uu-mbrrshipsi are devoted toll e purchase of works of Art. fur tin- ensuiiiji- year. THE ADVANTAGES SECURED by bocovuiutr, a member of tlrs Association 1st. All persons receive ealne. of their sub se.rif.1inn nt the start, in the shape of sterling M.iira- xiue Litt-ratnoe. Al. Kach member is eontribuli 111; Inwards pnrchas ing choice works of Art, whicli are to be distributed aniRiiir themselves, and areal the same time encour- aging; the AotisJs uf Ihe I'ouutry, disbursing thous- ands of dollars through its agency. Persons retnittiiiii fun as for will please their post tifjire, aililrcxs in full, staling the month thev wish (he Magazine to commence, and have Ihej.iM- at, the Post Office to pre- vent, loss: on its receipt a certificate, of Membership tog.-lliei- with tbe Magazine desired, will be forwar- ded lo ray part of the. country. Those who purchase Magazines at, Imokslores will observe tlial by joiningtliis receive the five ticket in Ihe annual dislribu- tinn all at the same price Ihry pay for azim- C. L. IMCHKY, Acluary 0. A. A. ILrSuliscripli.ilis by J. jl'uX, Slllilll. OUT Lotr, For has laid on the wrt.1 halfoflln: n.-ffih-i'ast ilf sec- tion fourli'rii, iu thirty, range twelve, inliisrvi.-nli-irii mil lois, nfalmut live acres Said lots ap-fini- mi'.1 south of the court U.iisf, 01 tin- old road, ai d will In; sold on reasonable terms. For fui I inquire at the offici: ol'K. IIANXA. July
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