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   Fort Wayne Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 14, 1856, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                JOHN W. DAWSOffi, Editor, I will wittingly praise, condemn fs OHm IT, BAW30EJ, Patlishei VOL. 1. FORT WAYNE, ALLEN COUNTY, IND., JULY 14, 108 formation. PUBLISHED EVERY EVESINQ (SUN-DATS JOHN W. DAWSON, Editor and Proprietor KTTimes Building M Story, North East corner Umton and Columbia Streets, FORT WAYNE, IXD. Terms 01 Subscription, invariably in advance. One Year 00 Bis Months. 3 CO. Months ____ ____ 175. lET Ail" Legal advertisements one square often 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 insertion, 25. One square three months, 5 00! One square six months 9 00. Onesquareone year 15 00. Two squares three mo'ths ,7 00. Tvro squares six months Two squares one year 20 00. Three squares three months 10 00. Three squares six months 18 00. Three squares one year 25 00. Yearly advertisements of a column or less will be Inserted at a liberal discount from the above rates, and will be inserted until forbidden, unless otherwise marked, and charged accordingly. For all legal and transient advertisetRents ftdT Biyraents will be required, and for all otn'ers: the same _3iess ordered by a responsible party sr a gaaratee payment given. 33" All letters pertaining to the Editorial and bus- .sess department of the Office must be directed to the Times andalll communications intended or upblication must be written in a plain and legi- ble style; and those pertaining to private matters will inserted on the usual terms, FOK PAY. POST FORT WAYNE. Time of Arrivals anOepartures-of the Mails. Cleveland, Columbus, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, via Ohio and Ind. Railroad. Leaves Daily, (Sundays at 10 00 A. it Arrives ct G 00 p. M. OEIO. via L. W. St. L. Rail Road. Leaves Daily, (Sundays 10 10 A it Arrives o 05 LOGAXSPORT, IND.' via L. E. W. cfc St L. Rail Road. Leaves'Daily, at 2 25 r si Arrives 10A.M. STCRGIS, Mien. Leaves Daily, (Sundays- at___7 A. Arrives "....8 p. M PIQUA, Oino. Leaves Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, at4 A. M Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays. 5 y. M COLUMBIA CITY, IND. Fort "Wayne and Chicago R. R. TuesdaysvThtui Jays ifeSatndsiys M Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, 7 "p. M .eons HSECAHTILS west corner of sixth a'.id Walnut Streets, Cinciaaat, OMo. The undersigned has removed his Mercau-i OET WAYHS Plm-nix lllick, 'ar-ie, t.s, JSEP-CASTILE INSTITTJTE-- Principal of this institu- This Office is now supplied with the most exten- perfect and complete assortment of JOBBING MATERIALS ever brought to Northern Indiana, to -used in the Typographies.! Art, together with LAIN and FANCY TYPES in an extensive and -iloice variety; and we will bs pleased to receive or- iers for "'i any description, Color, or Style, including H kinds used by Merchants and Storekeepers, Retailers and Grocers, Mamuaetura-s, Medicine Dealers, Auctioneers, Rail Road Agents, Banks, Insurance Officers, Stock Companies, generally, Brokers, [Merchants, Commission and Forwarding Express Men, Professional Men, Literary Societies, Public Officers, Patentees, Pr.. '-were of New Articles, Mechanics uf all Trades, Architects, Dasueweotype generally, Managers of Social Assemblies, ct Travelling- Farmers, or sellers of Real Estate, Sellers of Personal property, Renters. short, all kinds used by all classes and all peo- ple, who are willing to pay a reasonable reniunera- iiui for a good Job of work. All.orders by mail promptly attended to, and sat- ie lantion warranted. Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays it Saturdays, at 8 A. M Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays, "3 p. M GOSHES, LVD. jeaves Mondays and Fridays, at............7 A. M Arrives r. M "WINCHESTER, Isir. and Fridays, at............6 A. nr. Arrives Tuesdays p. it. ST. JOSEPH, Omo. Leaves Fridays, at........................6 A. ST. _.........7 p. M HICKSVILLE, OHIO. Leaves Thursdays, at................'... .1 A. it. Arrives ".....................1 p. M. MAKIOX, LVB. Leaves p. IE. Arrives LIBEKTS MILES, ISB-. Leaves Friday's, fit................. Arrives ".......................7 r. M. Mails which leave in the looming will close the previous evening. All others 30 mimttss before con- tract time for departure. Office open during the week from 7 a. m., to S POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPESS. Rates of when paid in advance, on rind. Pmriilicfds sent from the Office oj Vulilicatiait. to Actual Subscribers. KEKLY NEWSPAVES (one copy only) sent to actual sub. ec libers within the county where printed ami published, free. Newspapers aitii p-erioitiCKls net oz. in weight, ivlltsii circulated i" tlie Stat- tvhcrn publisliml, 3J cents S and periodicals of the weight cf 3 oz. and un- t il, sent to any part of the United states, Ot DIRECTIONS. Publishers of newspapers .itirt mny send t.ioich other from their respective offices of piib'.icalinn, fti-o >f postage, one copy of each publication, ami may also to each actual subscrUmr, enclosed in their publication, [iills and receipts for tl-e'f free di. postage. iii I. Quarterly paymeiu. !'i aivinCB may I'e ir.aile either mailing office or the office of delivery. When made tl [hi! mailing office, satisfactory evidence of such payment miMt Be exhibited to the postmaster at the office of delivery, THE LAW OP NEWSPAPERS; t. Eiifiscriliers who do not give express notice to the con tat) ,ire considered as wiahingt continue their subscrip- 8- if subscriHers order i ticpublisliev can continue to send theni uiitil all arrearages 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers torn the office to which they arc directed, they are hold-re- Siblc. i. If any subscribers remove to an other place without .Jiming the publisher, and their paper is sent to the. for- nisi Jirection, they are held responsible. 5, 'ne courts have decided that refusing to tiiK ,1 news- repot from the office, or removing and leaving It uncalled if i j urima facia evidence of intentional Iraud.________ MASONIC 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 nextpre- each full moon. Summit City Lodge, U- D., Friday evening next foil wing each full moon. The Lodges have meeting every week on 1 uesday and Fiiday evenings. All Masons in good standing visiting our city are fraternally invited to attend. 'I'he Lodge of Instruction will hereafter meet in the liallof Wayne Lodge on Monday evenings. Non affiliated Masons residing in our jurisdiction n -e now required by an edict of the Grand Lodge to affiliate themselves'or pay yearly dues to the Lodge ffho8e OBDEB OF ODD FELLOWS. Wayne Lodge No. A' any evening. W. H. Brooks, N. V. G. Stewart HARMONY Loago No. every Thursday e wiling. 0. Orff N. G., S. W. Gribben V. G., 0 J. Dietrich, Seo'y. SUMMIT on the 1st and 3d Saturdays in each month. F. W. P. .D.F. (Jomparet.H. P.; I. JenldnBon.S. W.; W H Brooks, Scribe. DAUGHTERS OF first Tuos Jay in each month p. in., and sii Sundays frum 9 to m. ami from 1 to S p. Bi. JOHN" G. S1A1ER, P. M. WEIGHTS 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 Buck Wheat, ...................50 O.-ita............................32 Barley, ........................48 "Bran............................W Clover Timothy seed....................45 Flax ....................56 "Hemp ....................45 Bluegross "....................14 Dried peaches....................33 Dried Onions, ........................57 Salt.............................50 Mineral THE HOST Thorough and Frasjse tJV THE WEST. TERMS: For full course, including all departments of Book Keeping, Lectures and I'eniimunship, invariably in For full course in Ladies' Department.......20 (10 mHE PROPRIETORS take great pleasure in ex- pressing theirthnnks for the un- precedented success which has marked the career of their institution since its establishment at the stimulates them to new exertions to meet, in the, mosl efficient manner, the rapidly in- creasing demands tor a jirncttMl and course of mercantile Induing. The great practical experience of the Principal, in heavy Bankiugand Commercial Houses, assisted bv educated and ac- complished gentleman, has enabled him tobringio a degree of perfection a systom of COUNTING- ROOM instruction, bv oral ex-'rciscs. NOT AT- TAINED 3Y AN YOTHE INSTITUTION. Each student, by this new process, is drilled at the DESK, individually, step by step, until he has mastered the whole routine of an Accountant's duties as thoroughly as though he luul served tm at some large Commercial-House; and thus awt faltering and egregious blunders are, in a great measure, dissipated. In addition to our enirisemnRt of accomplished Assn ciates, we have also secured iht services of some of tiie most eminent lecturers in Ohio to lecture ou commercial opics. ent and pleasant school rooms in the United States. The plan adopted in teaching combines practice with theory; instead of usint' books, the pupils are exercised in making original entries of every day business transaction. Journalizing, Posting, Bal- ancing accounts, opening and closing a great vari- ety of different sets of books, both for partnership and individual business, where the business has prosperous and adverse; and thus qualifying the student for entering into the practical duties of the accountant in any kind of business. re unsurpassed by any similar institution in the Union The course of instruction is thorough and prac and embraces Book-Kcepmz by single and Eniry and its application to every depart- int-nt of trade, as now practiced by the most ac- complished and experienced aceoujitanls, taught on an entire new and successful plan, enabling the Isludtiit in much less time to become more self ro- linnt, than by any other plan; also, Commercial Lino tile Commercial Calculation teciural Drawing The system of Penmanship adopted'in this Insti- tution is unrivalled, giving a free and easy use of the hand and pen, thereby enabling the student to effect an. gentlemen style of writing. Young Ladies and desirous of qualifying themselves for The course of instruction will consist of DOUBLE! nlK' ornamental PENMANCI11P, i Esruv BOOK KEEPING, embracing every department of trade and Mercantile accounts, viz: Wholesale Retail, commission, Exchange, Banking, Manufac- turing, Shipping, Individual, Partnership, Steain- and Compound Company Business, com- mercial calculations, Practical Penmanship and commercial Law; also, lectures on the science of; accounts, custom of merchants, In addition to the regular course of study, the undersigned has made anatiKftinev.ts with Henry Snow, Esq., lion. Belamy Storer, Piof. and other eminen t lecturers, to deliver a course of lectures ou the subject of Commercial Law, His- tory ol' commerce, Political Economy, as connect- ed with commerce, and other subjects of great im- portance in a c-omiiiercial point of view, and never before introduced in any Mercantile college in the United States. Pupils are instructed individually, and not in Our course of instruction is too extended to par 1 classes, so that students may enter at any time, ticulaiize here, but it embraces everv thingcoiinec- I and nroceed in the ratio of capacity and assi- red with DOUBLE ENTRY COOK KEEPING giuity. Public examinations are had, (though pupils are examined privately if they desire when the student undergoes rigid and thorough interrogations by the Principal, assisted by a committee of Pvac tical Accountants and Business men, and diplomas awarded to those who are deemed worthy of them. A.course can be completed in from six to ten weeks. And in conclusion, the Principal would state that everything in his power will be done to advance his students, and make them thorough and accomplished accountants, ami his extensive ac- quaintance wtth the business community gen- erally enable him for those de- sirous of obtaining them. a full course of lessons hi Book Keeping, Writing, commercials calculations, com- STAT'ES EXKCTIVE. FRANKLIN PIERCE, of New-Hampshire, President of the United J. D. KBRTGET, of Indiana, Vice President pro tern.............................. THE CABIXST. WILLIAM L. MARCT, of New York, Secretary of Sfjito JAMES GUTHKIE, of Kentucky, Secretary of tlie Treasury ROHERT ATCi.ELi.ANn, of Michigan, Secretary of the Interior........................ JAMES C.Doimix, of North Carolina, Secretary of the Navy........................... JKFKKIISOX DAVIS, of Mississippi.Sec'y. of War ires CAMPBELL, of Penn'a.., Postmaster Gen. CALEB Massachusetts, Attor. Gen. THE JUDICIARY: ROGER Ti. TASXT, of Maryland, Chief Justice John M'Lenn, of Ohio, Associate" James M. Wayne, of Georgia, 6.000 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 DiKEcrosr. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, Governor. R. D. SLATER, Speaker of Senate. E. B. COLLIN-S, Secretary of State. H. R TALHOTT, Auditor of State. W. R. NOFFSINGER, Treasiirurof State A. STUART, Judge Supreme Court. S.E.PERKINS, S. B. GOOKINS, A. G. PORTER, Reporter to Supreme Court. W.' BEACH, Clerk. AI.I.EN- COUSTT DIRECTORY. J. L. Worden, Ppcst. Judge, 10th Judicial District. 3. II. Wilson, Prosecuting Attorney. Adams Allenco's losiqih Brnekenridge, District Attorney. D. G. Nelson, Clerk Robert Stnrkwrtither, Auditor Omich Bird, Treasurer. t. M'Mullen, Sheriff. iV. A. Jackson, County Surveyor. ,Vm. T. Dailey, lom-y Dickcraor, Cov Commissioners' D. i1. J. Wise, Csunty Recorder. CITY DIRECTORY. Win Stewart, Mayor McGec, City Marshal i N Godfroy, Clork Win W Carson, Attorney Reiker, Treasurer. AGRICTOTTTRAL IMPLEMENTS -Plows, Har- rows, Straw Cullers, Corn Tlirfsliiny Mar.Jiinat, for sale at A .1 II MILLS. July 16. W. JEFFERDS, Notary Tut and Trent. Ft. 1 Wayne anil Chicago Railroad Co. No. 37, llitlina'a Ulock, 'ind [.Tuly'iO, 'M-Slf. a free and full discussion of its scientific prin upon Commercial History, am History of eminent Commercial Men, Commercia Geography, Commercial Products, Commercia Calculations, Banking, Political -uw, Eihics oi'Traue, roiunausiiip. THE LADIES'DEPMTMENT Is now opened for the icccption of Ladies. Noin stitut on in the Union imparts a more thorough 01 interesting course hi this department. In conclusion. would acid1, that we shrill pu forth our best effcrts to merit in a still more emi -int degree (he flattering reception within whicl .r enterprise has met. and jjlr.dgi: m-sdocs to im- part a more ilurrougii practical course nf Mcrcanlili fnslruclian Hum can be formed at any other similar College. Among the manj recommendations, we givethe :'oi lowing "We the undersigned, taka pleasure in testifying .hat we are personally acquainted willi Mr. GKAK- SER'S ability as an Accountant, nnd Teacher o. Book Keeping, which is of the highest order. He las had great experience as an Accountant, in hea- vy Commercial and Banking Houses, which gives lira superior facilities in imparting a wwlstlgc of Book Keeping, avil a thorough Com- crcial. Education. 1. J. ALLEN7. IX D. President of Farmer's College. LORIN ANDREWS, President of Kenyon College. To voang men who wish to acquire a "businesi we think it affords facilities seldom qoaled. Mr. Granger has thernre qualification of hooretieal knowledge and aptness in teaching, add- dio practical Counting Room experience, and we eel confident that graduates from his College will e fullv competent to keep the mosl complicated set of liooks. A. P. STONE. Wholesaleanh Retail Merchant. J J. JENNEY. Sec'y B'rdof Con. S. B'k ol'O. J. F. PARK. B'k Keeper at D. T. Woodbcry's D. OVERUJEil, B'k Keeper at Clinton Bank. II. Z. MILLS. Gas an' Coke Co. G. B. MASON1. B'k Kccpcrnt J-H. For fall particulars, send for circular. GRANGER Pioprietors. 1 y DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Jnd YANKEE NOTIONS, From DAILY. Feb. 27, mercial Law, E. S. BACON, Principal. Cincinnati, July I6th. 1S55 Pres. CIIAS. G. FIKNEV, LOKIK A.vnitEws, Prof. SASIL ST. JOHN, E. F. GAVILOIID.ES Cvuus PitENTis, Esq., HENRY WICK. Stre, ant HonJ. R. HIRAM GRISWOLD, R. HITCHCOCK, N. S. TOWNSEND, W. F. OTIS, Esq., W. G. GORDON, Esq., FACULTY H. B. Bryant, R.C. Spencer, n "I. D Stratton, on Business Customs j- W. Lusk, Teacher of Business and Ornamental Penmanship, and Lecturer on commercial cor- respondence. Ions- Judge Starkweather and H. D. Clark, Lec- turers on commercial law. P Handy. Lecturer on Banking, Finance, itc. 'res Asa Mahan, Lecturer on Political Economy, ley J Hyatt Smith, Lecturer on commercial ethics. R. White and J B Merrian, Lt-ctuiers on com- mercurl computations. TEIIMS For full course, including all de- partments of Book-keeping, Lectures and Practical Penmanship, 00 'or full course in Ladies Deportment. -75 00 Arsons taking Penmanship alono will re- ceive '20 lessons for 5 QO For various styles of ornamental penmanship as agreed upon. TUB DESIGN of the Institution :s (o .iffonj pefect aeililies for acquiring, in an expeditious inannci. i thorough knowledge of the Commercial Science and Art, as practically employed in the counting and business pursuits generally. THE BOOK KEEPING DEPARTJIE.NT is under the ner- sonal spuerintendoncc of one of the best account- ants in the United States. No Mercantile colit-gu teachers, will save much time and o-xpense, by ss curin this system, taught hi ao oilier institution in tiie west. The thorough and extensive course of insirue- non combined with the elegance, beauty and n0n vemience of tne rooms, tte highly qualified ers, and pleasant anii'htalthy location renders thi the mrst attractive institution to alJ'who mav de- .-.-ire .in accomplished commercial education i here is also connected with it a tadaes IMmgueiit, fitted with elegance, and tor their convenience, being entirely separate from me male department, iiavins a separate from the street. C. J DJET'HICH" July 18th '55. 4-if Principal. gmSHIT City Dagnerreaa Sid Mand Light. (Over one hundred square feet ol blass.) E. H. HAWLEY would respectfully in- form the citizens of Fort Wayne and lie has recently added a sky light to the rooms for merly occupied by Y Day, and isnniv prepared r. take Daguerreotypes in a style hitherto unsurpassed in tne west. Having been engaged in this over lour years he feels confident that his knowl- edge ot the art will enable him to satisfy the moa exacting. Ladies and gentlemen are invited to Call and ex1" ammt- ins specimens and of their 1 letiu-es taken as well in cloudv as clear Am't iorfet the place.No 04 Columbia street. Re member, the only side and sky light combined. :li this city. Here art, triumphant, attention claims: Here life seems speaking from a hundred frames- Belles, merchants, statesmen throng the pictures SlAHT, LUSK Eercantlle Col- !ods gleam of fire, ..hed plate, Astonish lite with its own duplicate. Ihmk not these portraits by the sunlight macie, SHADES though they are, will like a shadow fade. wl the youth in dust shall lie- W hen Death's grey film o'er spreads t r at decay, be fresh and vivid as to davi" July 20, 1655- 5tf J J H. Parvm, Merchandize and Produce Broker, also General Newspaper Agent, Office West th Street. Cinninnnti ivietf fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. gANA I.SAYIOT-mol8SP.Ie aE.d Retail Deaiei f m Goods, Groceries, Xoots, Shoes, bu mini t Street, Toledo, July 600B3.-B. W. OAKLJ3Y SON7 No 73 t-raiiue Store. Would resjieetfully say to their Ira-nds and the public, that they are no-n supplied with n full stock of Summer Goods -which (they lati iiieniselves.) is more complete than ever here- toioiv in tins market. Table and A superior stock of all kinds of n ui ;in Kinus ol Cutlery ware. A Virge supply of House sucb as i.ocks, Ltitchoa, Butts, Screws nnd all httk- noccssarj'to trima Cabin A good a33ort.nii.-nt of Carpenters' Coopers' Bl'.lek smiths' and other Tools of the newest styles and most approved patterns, warranted. AVc wi.iild call the attention of Railroad Conth.c- ors to ourstockof JACOB C. BOWSER. JAMKS STORV, TiOET WAYNE STEAM IKOH WO'AKS, Ft. Wayne, Indiana. JiOWSUK STOJIY, miinufautuivre of and denlera in Stationary Steam Engines, of every fiize mid variety for uv.- and Grist Jlilla, Shops ami AVarelioiiscsS, liailni.-nl Car Siiw and (Irist Mill (learinff, Thmshiiig ilacliiiies, Pofcish and Susrar KeUlea, Plows, Pluw Shares, (tc. and every oilier variety of Castings used in the west- ern country, anil all on tlie most anil pattern. invite particular attention loom-Short Stroke Engines and iii.ieliinery for saw mills, which are the most, simple, durable, eeouotnieal, am] .-asily inanage.d of any luiilt in this emnitry, tlie daw dust and slab supplying almiidaut fuel. Those wishing to purchase inonrlinewill do well lo givu us a call adilresss us by as we are hound not, to be brat in style ami prices by any l. in the country. neatnisH and despatch, ilj and Brass. HIOI'AIK'S d'inin with Cash ftM forol.l Cast- (July Jti, 111' Jlanufai-tui-ersol Tin, Sim Iron, 'tnil Cinint'r and dealers inSrovus >tc.No.7U KorlWayne Indiana. .Inly Ifi, '.IS >f MB. PEED, Co., Wholesale, and Ketail desili ill ftmsjs and Rlr.dir.inrti, al.so Paints, Oils, Dye Woods, Glass, Druggists' (ilas.s- warn, liislinmeiils. coruer coliiiuliia ami O-Ploilli I'ott _ IJnly Id, '.'ifi-lv change, commission turing, railroad, banking, rteamboating, imlividiial, partuursliiji, coin- lound company business. DAILY LECTUP.KS will be delivered upon the enceof "Cdmnic-rcial "political "commercial ''mercantile "commercial 'rail- '-business "commerci.il PEXJIANSIIIP, practical and ornamental, will In- taught by J. W. Lusk, who, for rapid and correct writing, is 11 nsurpassed by any teacher of ciiirouraj ply in the West. More attention is sjivc-n to si'laiii practical penmanship at this Institution, than at any other mercantile college in the Tinted Stales ami we pledge oiuselvirs to impart to our patriots a syslemistic, plain, and raiiii! liusiness hand ing to a more gi-neral i.-xleiit than is done at any similar college in (In.- State. The suite of rooms occupied In- this Instil ulion are more extensive, elegant, and conveiiii.nl ly lif- ted up than those of any similar oolli ge ir, the "g sorfjnep. (ar.d The department is entirely separate from tlie. Gentlemen's, and is tilled up in a and convenient manm-r. The arraiigi.'iiif-nts for, and palriiiiagi; of, tliisdopnrlnieiil ait- Tliniugh extensive business ol the Principals many of tin; students un grmluatiiii; arc- placed m lucrative situations. flOMPARET, HTTBBELL Co., ana Ciniimissian Mi'Tcliants, fimvanfiri'iuls liy_l.lic Ohio and Indiana liailri'inl.aiid Wabatiliniui I-'.I-'H- C'liniil. fur tin- Mckf.ii-d Line onllir Wabarth and Danal; I'.n-flii'sali-iil' 10. ,t T. l''.-iii- Hcah-s; fur tin- sah' uf Dupunfa alsu fur tin- Franklin mill shippfi-s uf Grain S'lsr.v and Produce. Thii- i'a- cilit.u'K I'm- aiul guudrt are iinsur- iiassi-il, if any any huusc in tin- rhrir warehouse ou the eaiiai, at tin- rtiilrua.) drpi-1 is I'lirnislii'd siiiieripr eleval'Tti. .lulv IK, 'rtf-H.! nr tlie STOVES, we have nncnss will be kept all work in (lie 'I'in, work w.-iiTOiiU-d. K.n fl ayne, July all damages that Our hole stock has been selected fed HUM] long engaged in thy biisin-ss Ordi rs lor cas, steam and V.' Maple d to. sept I -t-2 OUP.UIE A en MK.KS. I.KATliKlt, AND K1ND oliiiiil.ia Si. Korf Wayne Hiiskins, .1, l.iiiil Ties, S.lips, ,v.......... qicilily and kept constantly on'1 liii-h ai-.- dli'eivd fur sale either at. wholei-.-i retail IVM reasonalili- terms. AK> ;i T.cathur (i Findinfjs, iuelu.lhii; Si ai ler sod-, upper liip, of ,'.il. Ji'i :ill of thebcKt iiin'1 lo of heavy stock of   

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