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l-fi .aim. ion a, ! h e-it ooreer of Una aed
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UMDER, TIIR riULtirS HOUSE,
UVVK NOW IN KTOHK
and i!lrM (if Uooda,
A LArtOV
to whisk they
Inviie attention ol inner.,
ml,! D. Ik r. . SHU LI
CIGAR! AND TOnACCO.
75 000 'Mo,!TRDmt i)i,mr"t,e
' 20 box.'S nml caddies Tobacco,
10 gross Anilornon's Solace,
10 " llrmteon's Kins Cut.
2 kegs Fine Cut, for lletnllinj.
,h0 P. aed f. B. SHTJLL,
W1NE3 AND LIQUORf.
1A 1USKKTS Chaivtrntrne,
Aw
10 do. I'Htklinir, Catawba,
10 cses Hermndn Julip,
U cs I'ort Win,
2 " .Sherry do.
9 2 " Madeira do,
2 " Clnret do,
5 doi-en Hlsckberry llramly,
" " Cherry do,
'' - " Lavender do,
IF
COB
Cinjtdr do,
A ruiatio Sohuoppa,
Hinder Wine.
Old live k Bourbon Whisky,
Whet
bids.
Ill.f.l'
Old Hennessey and Otani
-'v.
, above l.lipiors aro warranted good, or
reoii,
sale
examine for IheinaeUee,
For
only liy th
,,., (..ilu.uor Uottlc,
U. and F. B. RHl'LL.
FRUITS, NUTS. AO.
infVHOXES Oranges,
JLUVI ,"o hoxea Lemons,
ilrnniK Figs, i
0 ioi- livor liaising. 1 '
T. . r. 1 1 1. . . k -
Kmt Ariel). It. F. B. SHIJLL.
lull JO
New Arrangement.
f II A HI 15 K U L A 1 N & PARKER,
IS roNSlCOl'KNX'fi Or liKVEATED
l iolkitvl'nit. Imveennjlnyol an
EXl'EHIENCED CUTTER,
Ai.il piir.lia. e.i a coin plrle tocl;
rioilis. Uocsliin?, Cassloicrcs ami
V K S T I 1M i S !
Muf ure fully irepnrod to mii l' any want In
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. ' .
Ami jut rcoelve.l a Urje ami nnjemll.l itock for
SPRING- TRADE,
OF MEN AND BOY S
READY MADE CLOTIIINQ
AND
1
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
WMi-n are orVntd
WHni.K5Ar.K ANi) NET Alt..,
.a A Low im t'nn he I'nrchaseil!
Patent Yoke Shirts,
Superior Kitting Article, found at
WT CilAMnKRLAl.V and PARKER'S,
'i mi. 28 1H Third itreet.
10CERIES SPRING STOCK
Onreet
rt: duo n
BIMM & BRO,
OF THE BtSIM,
., , VE JUST KECEIVF.D Til EI
So Stj Irrin( ,toca, embraclna: lu part
30 a) Bags Prime Rio toltee.
Examine t do Java and Moons.
13 LO lua stock ol aU Kind! of Sugar.
Ourlino pouod.extra C. Hu. ....
ami Joi-,d0 00 WflUdwa.
u-iao"00 do do eidea.
eAtra S. C. Pried Beef.
A , loo bu.li . olinine White Buana.
' fJ hurts aaort d Virginia Tohacro.
lur in so ohe-ia una c.'.. iica aaaorted Teas,
i iu ! flu boxes No. 1 (Vei man tioap.
.ia. w 23 do Pure Co.- surth.
N li 24 do SAlaralua.
20 do hoda.
30,000 fine Cir Am.
i 75 aaeka briud Peacheaand Annlea.
A large lot of t reeh White t'l.h, Pickerel,
naaa. Loonan ana .MaaKerei.
ISO bbls. Ho. 1 F.imlly l-'lour. mh2
NEY GOODS!!
SPRING GOODS!
DRY GOODS,
CHEAP GOODS
PRETTY GOODS!
Good Goods,
Just Received, March
THOMAS SOH3PPER,
No. 80 main Street,
OPPOSITE COL'KT HOUSE LOT.
Spring Opening
OF
Millinery Goods
RICHBONNETS.
NEW STYLES.
On Saturday, April
Ws Invite the eipei lal attention of the Lad
tha Goods we ahall oner tor Uialr laapeetloa.
F. K. Luseler. E. A. Dauielst,
T7 Main at., Plilllloa House. 7 Mala
au.xo-lwd
PU0P03ALB
WIL.L be roocived by the undoretjciied
to April 6tli lor arouuda or grounda aud
Itiereoa, alaait'lf looted luthieeity.foi
P juIi.i.H aud klaiioneiy lluuao, under leaae
ong Ur ii -f eara. or ipatuai, or to aell.
i-tiu ant' . 4m tianr wiu i wiuirau.
luiorma ton can be bad touuhiug the matter
;. K.MLKV,
i'.l-dtf Clialrama ol Corn
(JouirtAl and Caiotta pisaac copy.)
' Sivti Hoodsi
rOR TilE SWUNG TRADE
t'OMPi.irrn avkoht.iif.nt
f'l'PXEB AT
Tlitt
Siuwe Front Store
nlWH
By ANURI.W bt'MP
"WWd and Willow Ware,
HUOSU rURKISHINO OOCXM,
CAf'I,i' Chuit.i, Fancy
UiSX CABS. 'HUH, JlC.
-.wviiu cAHruTWBiirMe.uure,for
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fllK DAILY EMPIRE
0PIOl Of fULIOTIONI'
Imfr IttiMinj, Tairi it, 8mts but, 14k I Jo(Trw
y Stall M OO fHM.
10 rf-vr. p.ir Wtf-fk. ea.at-l la th raer'ae.
Sins la eopiM. put up ift wrapeere, Seeate,
Cincinnati Agency.
Th Oinelnnall Typ Foundry Oompany i
our duly authoriavd Apnta to niaka rontraeu
and receipt fnr Aarartiacmtnta ubMtrlptions,
At., la that city.
To BtiamwiaSlm. Th EmplroJob Rooms
ar it omplta trim, aod wo ara now prepared
to do work of all dorariplioui in the beat itylf
oftbaart. Call In and axamint our work aod
learn our pricaa.
H.riO AaTaSTiaraa. Aaroviiaamenia m
Nntirea fur ika Kmnira Biutt bo handed into
the office by lea t'cieck oa the day they ara do
aircrt to I puhlianea nai later, no cannot
ajrree to I naert tham after that hour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Weekly Advertisements.
Thoao who daairo to bar advertiaementa
Inaertad ia th WetUy Empir ahould hand
thorn In by Saturday morning, a tht lateal
la
SruOnr adTertialng patrona will paroairc
that, by our arranpament of reeding matter,
their adTertiaemente will be alwaya rwv a
Tory important matter to them.
ItTSoe 4th pare for Telegraph Re porta.
ITSee T.awa of the
United Statra on the
3d paKe.
Medical Society.
The next quarterly meeting of the Montgom
ery County Medical Society, will be held at
the rhillipa Rotiae on Thnraday, April 7Ui,
commencing at 10 o'clock, A M.
Medical Society. J. C. REEVE, Sec'y.
tht
Mkhcbakt'v EicitA.saa. The members of the
Merchant's Exchange are requested to meet at
their Hall on thia (Tueaday) evening, April
5th, at half past 7 o'clock. All officers aod
members are requested to be prweiit. as there
will be buaineaa of importance brought before
the Chamber.
Ciuaa Ci.ia The members of the Cheee
Club are requested to meet at their room thia
Tueaday erening at 8 o'clock. Reports of offi
cer and business of importance requiring im
mediate attention, will come op.
JAN. STEELE, Sec'y.
AHEAD OF TIME!
THE DESIDERATUM AT LAST!!
It Beats Calorie!
Our Double Cylinder Chinese.
Press.
We hare a Treea of rare coustruction, and
great power, on which we are prepared to do
Extra Work I
For Keary Work, it is not excelled by any
other press in the enlightened world I
As the power is obtained more cheaply than
Caloric, we can do work upon it at the lowest
bring rates. - v.
We can clre the pnof of thie declaration, to
those who apply.
The publie te inritod to giro our Double CyN
inder Chinese Press a tpal 1 '
R
Shad,
Masjuaox 13 BurroM Hall, To Niqiii. At
8 o'clock Prof, Fowler wilhgire hi Tery in
tereating lecture on ouFsocisl relations; the
continuance of the race; to the unmarried
who ahould and who should not marry ; the
right age; likes aul di-'W- marrying coua
ins; Jealousy, ite causes and sure ; beauty ami
fashion ; the choice of congenial companions
for life ; adaptation ; conrtahip and marriage.
Interesting to both sexes. Sereral ladies and
gentlemen will be examined, at the close of
the lecture.
Those who wish for prirate examinations,
with charts and full written descriptions of
character, ahould call soon, at Parlor No. 7,
Phillips House.
At 3 o'clock this alVernoou Prof. Fowler will
(;ie a free lecture for the special benefit of cbil
dren and parents. No postponement.
26,
2d.
In to
at,
up
bulld
tnn aUr
ol a
Ample
of
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Room,
ife.'Va,
Bill-Heads, Clroulore. Ac -
,
Fiooa
Ol'lir
Th Niw Placx. Mr. Boyer has completed
bis removal to his commodious rooms, corner
of Main and Fourth St., and has now put eve
ry thing in complete trim. Hie supply of fur
niture for excellence, elegance and durability
cannot be surpassed any where. Mr. B. is
thorough mechanic himself, and personally sa
perintends every branch of his manufactory
procures the best material that can be obtained
any where and he will employ no workmen
who are not complete masters of the business
Hie Ware Rooms now present a Tery attrsctire
appearance, aod he will not be exoelled, in ev
ery regard, by any other establishment in the
country, dee his sdvertisement.
. i
4i.We were a candidate for Council
man in the 4 th Ward, yesterday ; but beiug
afflicted with a severe BoyU, we were una
ble to Ret around among the Totere, and
they, thinking we were "only in fun," Toted
for our competitor I Under the circumstan
eee it ia highly probable that we are de
feated. . ' '
CT Election Tickets are plentiful to day ; in
deed, the "boys," who invariably have their
election "the day after," have a bountiful aup
ply, and are not obliged to have any printed
We saw a little fellow have a basket full this
morning ; aud he said be waa sure of bie elec
lion, fur he bad the moat tickets I That rule
did uol hold good yesterday t
tT We are favored (I) with wiuter weather
at thia writing, with a sprinkle of auow,
way of making appearancee tally with
weather. Those scieulifie inou who are cvvr
ready to areount for the unusual pbeoomeua
the oeasono have a Urge opvuiug, now, toe
exercise of their abililiee. Has the entrance
the Arctic Sea again blown opent Fancy
gooda ara not quoted thie morning 1-1
CTThe "burnt cork" busioeae ia popular
Cincinnati. Matt. Peel aod troupe ara at Smith
ft Nixou'a Hall, and Buckley'e Troupe, with
a female arvma eeaaa, are at Woods Theatre,
Notwithstanding the opera furore, these troupea
am doing a handsome business. Bueklof
company go down tea unio Irom umclonati
Matt. Meal may possibly come to Devtoiv
gJ Hep ford and Halseley are now pre
pared to supply tht publio with every kind
of lumber, lath, shinglee, etc., of the lest
qualities, and at prioes which will ihduce
tbt people to purchase. They are deter
mined to please tbt publie ia variety, qiul.
ity and price.
IaSTW have just procured soma -
! haitdoonit and appropriate Tret and Kix-
itivite our Merchants and liuaineee Men
eil nd examine our superior Work,
f r tre moderate. .
The Election Yesterday.
beea able to gea
eotea af the dilT-rent varda in time te prepare
there f r to day'e paper. We Rlre ts aamea
of the aucceaafnl eandidatee, an tomorrow
will glre Ih tables of Totes f..r the city. The
Tote bi-Vwen prominent eandMale ran Tery
eloae i
Justice of the reaooJamee Turner and
Geo. M. Ynung.
Mart.l.l Wlillam Oannao.
Oonatal ba Vate Tiy closeSage aod
Kulius i6 do'ibt elected.
City Trosaurar C. C. Keifer.
Soliellor Lnthar B. Bruen.
Clark cr iho Markrt John Kline.
Street Commiaaioner Willlaio T retain.
Wood Meaaurer Roliert Allen.
Infirmary Director Samuel Marahall.
1st Wash. Ooutieil, Hugh VYiggem; Aeaee-
aor, uo returaa; Board of Education, D. Ware-
ham, "
Snd. Wasd. Council, E. BimrfJAaaeaa,
no returns; Board ol Education, R. H. Staelo.
3n. Waan. Council, I. H. aVlerated; Aaam
...... . a . . rr
eor. F. Holiday; toara ol luiucet'on, n. u
Brown. ' .
4t. Wao. Council, James Boyle; Asaan
eor, Jacob SteTens; Board of Education,?.
Kanney. . '
5t. WAtn. Oounflil, tkButv; Aaaesaor, J,
H. Behnebly; Board of Education, H. Elliott.
6t. Wasd. W. Bombergtr; Assessor, Jacob
Qants; Board of Education, W.N. Lore.
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80fcThe editor of the Mff--oheek Trees
aye, "We hope the editor of the Empire is
an old bachelor, and will alwaya remain
one." The first eection of our eotempom
ry'a hope rather atarlled our "lurge and in
creaelnz family;" while the latter section
was read under protest I We are glad that
the fates "cast our linet In pleasant places'
ere the wicked hope of our West Liberty
ootemporary waa ooooeived; and our gladneee
is shared largely at our frugal board. Our
evil geniue of the Frees will doubtless mod
ify or change bit hope, at be wilt discover
that a further indulgenoe in it will place
him in the dilemma of warring against the
Divine Institution." That's a clever fel
low, do.
tQreat interest was manifest tj
crowds around the Tario" rn '"' night,
up to ft lata heort ascertain tie rceult on
prominent candidates, but without auocees.
Early thie morning, the inquiring waa re
newed, without any thing definite to be
learned about tbo general reeult We do
not remember to have ever seen greater in
terest exhibited about the result of any eloo
tion before. The "publio mind" did not
eeem disposed to aettle down, even after the
result waa learned ; soma seemed to think
that there might be tome mistake! lome-
wherel
BSUA friend of ours wee tome what alarm)
ed, the otter night by a peculiar nolee.whloh
as ho listened more attentWely, seemed to
him to bs occasioned by burglars attempt'
ing to break in the room in which he was!
Getting up oautioualy, he got bold of Lie re
volver, and noisleeely awaited the appear
anoe of a bead through the door. Getting
tired of the suspense, he proceeded to inves'
titrate tht merter, aid after Tery cautiously
opening tht door, he ascertained that no one
was there, but the eonfounded noise oontim
ued Inside of tht room I Becoming deter
sained, he oommenoeda search, and at length
round mat vtw alarmed him so greatly
waa the ticking of an oid irnt-k which had.
of its own accord, commenced ticking i1-.
silonce of about three years 1
ISrWe hope the ax.member of th) city
Council from tbt Third Ward will not com.
plain of tht exmember from the Biith Wardi
and that ibey will hereafter ground arms
and be friends, for they hnve both been beat,
en by the same majority
t&'The Mores, Clegg't Building, 3d st,
have just received a supply of Tery elegant
Window and Wall papers. A search all
over the world would not procure you any
thing better or prettier than they have.
They hive, also, been receiving a Tariety of
other Tery handaomo goods tc Remember
tbt Mores deliver packages to any part of
the city.
C Aitos or Tiatct The travelling and bu
sinesa public will take notice that a new
time table went into effect on the Sandusky,
Dayton A Cincinnati Road yesterday: The
Moil Train leaves Sandusky at 7,30 A. M.,aod
arrives st Dayton at 3,40 P. M. The Night
Express loaves Sandusky and 9,00 P. M., and
reaches Day ton at 7 ,30 A. M. Returning, leaves
Dayton at 7.30 P. M , and reaches Sandusky at
4,10 A. U.
,tLTAchapwho was not entitled to a vote
soccseded In depositing his ballot ia the 1st
ward polls, yesterday, we learn. On examine
t'ma before the Mayor it waa ascertained that
he was woefully Ignorant with regard to the else
tion law, and every other law, and be was die.
charged.
ST The ladies are referred to the announce
ment of Mr. Tucker, in another column. Hie
opening of Spring Millinery will fake place on
TIAiruiUy next. It is to be hoped that the
weather will be fine by that day, end that our
laUy readers will be able te call aud ses the
ek'gant goods at Mr. Tuckers'.
IB-Millinera, aud dealers iu Millinery
Goods, art referred to tht advertisement of
M eeers. Devon Jc Hock wood, Cincinnati, to
be found in another column. They offer
very superior inducements to oountry deal
ere. Don't fail to girt them call when you
visit tht eity, . v ' ' '
tT Diseappoiated Candidates ore a feature in
the elly to-day. They present the appearance
of returned volunteers, who nod aeon service
The agony is over for snathe 'year, which is
relief to all parties. Handshaking hoe been
suspended for at least nine months I
CT 1 be whole Democratic Ticket was rlee
ted In. Randolph Township, yesterday. Our
old Democratic friend, Wm. Zigler, waa elected
Justice of the Pease. This is a good selection
ICria Wayne Township the Republicans
elected their ticket, yesterday, by a email I
jority. The Democrat in Una tnwnahip were
after i hem with s sharp etick.
IVjuWt are informed that J&uiee Kelley
was elected Justioe of Die Peace in Md
lUi'er Township, yeotorday I ,
fcJThe Peraortats of Harrison Town-hip
elected Ihelr entire ticket, yeeter,lv.
.
NEWS ITEMS.
The rear wall of a CalbMlo clmrrh in Foil
Wsyne, Indiana, la near a railroad, ami on Hun
day laat during service a trsin ran off t!ie track
and oVmolinherl efcniit twen'y feet of the atrne
tore, but did no siV.er aarioua damage.
In lila new worl. en Ancient Efiypt, Baron
Bunaon comes to the eoncltialon that the lands
the rharohe waa ltiht)ltd "by tnon who
male use of pottery," it, COO years before li
Christian era. ,
Rather than be thrown out of employment,
some of the woikmea on the new Punt Omce
building in Dotroil have proposed to continue
their Ubor aod wait on Uncle Sam till July
for their wage,
On and aftar the let day of September neat,
the Bank of Tenoeaaee and brsnchea ere re
quired to pay out only such notes as ere oa the
face redeemable in gold at the counter where
issued.
A novelty in the grain trade will eon bs
exulblted in New York the receipt, of a cargo
wheat from France, for which orders have
been sent out.
The word Arltoala- the name of one of our
territories is derived from the Aslec, and
mesne eilver-bcaring.
Judge Edmonds has just commenced the np
hill teak ef proving the public ell wrong, and
himself all right, on spiritual bollnfa.
Dr. Wm. A. Alcott, a well known author
end phyaiciao, died on Tacaday, at hie resi
dence in Auburcdsle, Mass.
One of the severest snow storms of the win
tor occurred ia Jefferson county, N. Y., ou Sat
urday leal Week, A largo quantity of snow
fell, which was badh .trifled, and on Monday
morning still remained in Immense drifts, ob
strocting the roads. The thermometer on
Monday morning at Pierrepont Manor wee only
U degrees above sero.
There ie but one pro-slavery party in the
North. Thie is the Republican party which,
by its ReprcBeotativee in Congress, opposes
the admission of Free States into the Unioo.
A German naturalist bos described six hun
dred species of flies, which he baa collected
within a district often miles in extent. Thirty
thousand different kinds of Insects which prey
upon wheaA have been collected.
Queen Victoria will be petitioned by the Ca
nadian Parliament to croee the ocean, and open
the first Parliament in Ottawa, which is hence-
iorth to be the Capitol of 'Canada.
The loss of fruit-treco in Ulinoie within the
laat three years is estimated at about three
million dollars. The retentive nature of a
clay eubecll Is supposed to be the cause.
The Toledo Herald says every train passing
that city contains passengers who are designed
for the new gold mines It Is thought that
there will be at least 100,000 persons in the
Plks's Peak region before the first of June.
It is, perhaps, a suspicious circumstance,
that if a lady bae a long nose, it is almost in
variably crooked. It has to be turned aside to
admit of ncr being kissed; and so it grows
away. ;
Fidelity, good humor, ' aod complacency
temper, outlive all the charms of a flue face,
aod make ite decay invisible.
A Cuban passed through Petersburg, Va.,
Friday: with a stable of sixteen New York
bred homee, en route for Havana.
"tTBone, of the Cleveland Herald, who
knows such a number of eurioue things, says
that the proverb "God tempers the wind to the
shorn lamb," which is frequently attributed
the Scripture, was translated by Stone, in his
Sentimental Journey, from the French. Suit
tarai.
It is probable thst it is from the French 1nt
custom bos credited uio the Bible ; and no one
knows better than Bone of tha Herald that
tii't bred in the Coat can't be got out of
flesh." i t good thing, any bow ; and will
travel on its ow n credit.
"Sksd is own ofthuh ThiSus."- A Droru
nent hardware house in Cincinnati received,
a day or two since, UiiaXllowing order :
, Sangamon Co., tlirf -"h I S.
&Co.: -
8ms : Send us one of them d d tiling
that makes such a h 1 of a noise about
hotel. We've opened a bote! here last week,
and want to make as much noiso as anybody.
Send bill. . - J. 11 P. Bro.
P. S. A feller here says they call them
gongs in Terra Haute. ' :
Bbwxlow cpon Endomiko Papbr.
last Knoxville Whig contains an editorial
article upon tht common practice of endors
ing business notes, from which wt clip
following paragraph :
"For our cart wt have but little of
world's goods, and our endorsement ie worth
nothing to any one. The business of
doraing wt have entirely quit, and oeoic
what may, wt will endorse no more for
one, as a matter of accommodation,
have quit, too, for two sufficient - reasons.
First, wt have either been sued for, or
to pay nearly all the notes wa-had to
dorse tor others, and next, w have
vouchers to show ws have paid more secu
rity debts than all wt now bav6is worth
any market Under these oiroumetauoes,
any one wishes to hear us say no with
tniphasis, let him ask us to endorse bie note."
1 hem t our sentiments exactly.
i . . . -i
leJWood's Theatre, Cincinnati, came
near being burned on Friday. Tht Jenny
Lind Saloon underneath it was set on
in several places, and bad not cftioprs dis
covered the firs, the whole buildiuj; would
have been in flames. The proprietor of
ealoon wus locked up on the charge of
son.
03" Aaron Jonea, the Euulish tniiuer
tht Uenicia Hoy, baa seut a challenge,
bis own account, to Tom layers, the present
champion of England, for f 1,000 and
champion belt. :
Mr. W. C Macready, the eminent trage
dian, is now, e wnderstand, conducting
school at Htierbournt in Dorsetshire.
LTWe notice that Madam Xaaco ie giving
her entertainment at lleckett'a Hall, Hamilton,
this week. The prpere of that place in form
that she is haviug a great adoceaa. . .
("Those who desire to secure fir-it
ity of potatoes for eating or plunticg.
get them at Uranicuburgs, SOU, 3d sUeet,
87 The regular DoniiL.Ui il 1, nif '.raiio Tick
at, In Miami Township, was ek. I, ymterilay,
by ens to two hundred majority.
!) tbjrTbt Charter uk l"ii.- in llartf-.i-d,
will soon be jbe aite ol a. uiov 10 lirn a
resilience," the old W yilys house bein
In jtrooese 0! removal, to Rive place thereto.
This old houae was erected iu li iT,
frmue beinfC of iuiHirteil tab Oak,
it is eaid, now exhibiu very few marks
uvm., ; . -.
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Tor fijlf ictujr
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Thliil tteet,fn door Ft fit the Town f lotk.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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SMITH ii WESTON'S
XTew Pateoft Revolver,
ron sain ai
LANODONB' HARDWARE BTORB.
THIS Pistol is t!i lii'bteat one iff fae world
X tliat haa foroe, Welcl t nij- Ten Cumwai la
mailed quicker than oilier l'lalnls are iiiie,l( is
aura to lire mirier nil ciimnnatAm-ra. Ao liiiuiy la
onnaetl to the Arm or Amutiitinn by Allowing if to
rmata loaded anr length of time. It te no ulniple
in Its aonntrootlou that It Ir not llnlde to grt out ol
order, la perleatlv safe to rnrry. The cyllinier holda
seven shot two mora than other amall I'lttola.
aprtl
Pine Pocket and Table
CUTLERY. ...
LAJ50D0N8' HARDWARE ITORS.
Woetenholmn's Pocket Cutlery,
Americnn Tubtt Cutlery,
eprl . .
One Horse shoeing shop,
OI TU1Q.O BTREBT, , f
A few doors East of tbt I'ot Officii,
DAYTON, 0.
THE Subscriber ie now better prepared,
than ever to accommodate his old auatomers, and
roe pucua, in me
IlorseSlaeintt; iZMSInesa,
In Its various branches. Particular attention
will be given to all lame horses, and horaes that are
dtflCAieu In anv manner In the hoofa. He will
WARRANT ACUKK. to the entire aatlafaotloa ol
tha owner, or no pay wlil tie reijuired.
A 1.80. Horaea that Icterfvie V.U1 be ahod to pre
vent It, and warranted, or no pay.
Horaes that nave aput kooia will oe saiciy ana
permanent! youred.
He will baraonaliv auirintand all work antnikld
to hla care. Thankiul for past favora, he reaiievtlully
aaks a oontlnuauoe ol the patronage of hlaoldeua
tomara, and will lie happy to aeoomniodale aa many
Rkw ousa aa aiay favor blin wllh a call.
apri-uawiy n a in An aireKHMAN.
(Journal and Caaette copjr 3m.) w
NEW. WARE ROOjCIS!
Cor. Main and 4th ts .
Plain and Fashionable
FURNITURE.
fsofos Chnia-ft.Tnfcles.
What Wots, Bedstends,
Wash Stand,
Hat Hacks,
Bureaus, Ac.
AT REASONABLE PRICES!
WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED.
A that I have th best assoitment of Parlor and
Chamber Suits In this oltr. and would Invite vou to
.all and see for yourselves, and at aa low ratei aa
they oan be obtained elsewhere.
MEDALLION PARLOR BUTTB,
IN ROSB v OOD (BOLID)
OAK, WALHUT,
Upholstered In reps,wilh rich, Medallion Centres -
Also, la Brochatelle and Hair Cloth. Also,
C'Aamber Suit, in Rouwood, ' .
OAK and WALNOT, complete Attapo's What Note,
ol the linest order.
I wou'd aay In ooaelualon that they are Biaoufiw
tured by myself, aod would he plcaaed lo have you
come wiuaoe my aioca oi furniture, whether you
buy or not.
aprs Comer of 4th and Main stttcta
A. H. TXJCKBH'B
SPRING & SUMMER
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I Thursday, April 7th, XC59.
E.' A. & T. lal OIIE
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3IO D STREET, " ,
STATIONERS.
' , AOBSTS OF . .
Star Mills WRITING PAPEltS.
Wall Papers.
WK would invite the attention of buyere
to our srRiNQ STtX's; of
Paper Haretajs, Deooratljine,
Which Is aiw very oomolete. We deliver narla-
at-ni , . e
- Coined Bee.; "
A NIX:K article for aala cheap, at the Patent Fre
aervatory, Kastern Market House.
P V, SlOVhH PFLAUM,
. Country Soap.
QSVl 8 A L hundred pounds to be bad cheap, at the
rreaanatory
apro ,
Eastern Mxrket Homf
STUVhft aud ITLAt'M. ;
KOTICB
Jawea W. Lowrey, Plalutiff, J state ol vllu,
1. i'l MVIIIVMlIt
Reuheit Ha(enuueh: Wcfendaut. I- ioimty superior
court, civil avl'a
'THE Slid
A tllS tiU
Id I e fondant 1s P
y v.v luuirica mm
uifi:i urt-' ! in, i.trJ hi tH-titiou in
anltl l iiui l, acning a .liiiir im ul aKaliiat aftid il. ieud
sol oa lit. to pioiiuu.oy unit,, In uncliii
ttfra, i llll tru pv, -.r-.,i ut'v-fv.1 linu May
aiiti alxilHiiie o. $r- r.,, bitothavih tltjul til.,
inlei v t on aaol I i'iiu. 1 , ij.O'i t-iliuaiy ii.In,.
Au.l the iklit Ji lv I'.nt ' ii- ..'lv-.l that he ,tv
noii-tit to ai'OfAi- HiiJ aui-v.r a.v.tl oetitioii".'iu- i.a.
loie the tliiid e-tut.iay ai:n V.. iith day of My.i
iiv 1-ii.pi m Ai ' IDY, Lis Atiuin y,
aina-dar . - , ,
t, ATTACHMESTT.
Jolm Amlmreld, FlaliitllT,
ileioro fVei'tve Dweu,
J. 1'. m ih.- n. ..!
Reuben Hafcenbuth, Jrty Dn tun, Ohio. -
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N tlit BfliMind:. J of April. A. 1). !..'..
IK aald J i.'i' t iv.aucil aa erd.it i( Attach-
mvut q tha aimve. aotiuu, loe Ahe auo o. ene huu
ure4 ar t twtit ,'VOais. Jf"
ai-io-anv 1 a'adoH.V ANrKNUFII).
t
iXi-jpW 6BA30N.
; .rctc ing Academy, J
PAl'T. Dii RJ'U' will commenoo J new
v neaaon ol lilt ".ncia;. Academy at l" Araaory
ol ti.a 1.1,1.1 (.uatiL dviui th vttoiae uf Uila wwk,
11 a euuvient nuivber iJ ipila will ake appllutv-
tinr, v rhio a ttw t'yiM "'
d.f-iuMi wliOUn. ii !, f.'.)ulw'..n'faaryao
CoiuiilitliiMautaavuM a it.-i. Jlisteruaai
uiuuetaiH. k
ep.-aul , rUW. l)tKW.
J'ltli lAl(esa' ltnte
MOI U K is heiol y (siveo that thesubsrti-
tier ha. tweu a,., f nt.-d and Qsaltiled aa A.lnii'i
latiaturoa then'm"1 ol Juwph 1'. A lieu, lair ul
. .. . ....'..Ti , vuuii. . 'irsmwifc
uihii-3w .V b. lOaOAN. Admlulatrator.
.'WANTED.
A LAUO!"ilNO men wanted, on a farm.
iM. Inquire at the loiitfouiary Hone, Pavtoa. O
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No. 110. Mailt street.
IT. - W. WILSON
HAA JUST KKCKIVF.D mi! DFPT
nd moat complete .took of
SPUING &.-SUMMKR
Boots and Slices -
Kverbrotnrhtto IMS city, which wrtemnnufaotiireil
ipre.;ly to his order by UHN H. UKT:HS.of ( In-
iioriAM, aoKiiowieogeii to tietha heat Bool auu anoe
Naoufiii'tHrer In tl.e Writ.
In adilllloa I II A VIC aud WILL KEEl'ON HAND
full aud varied atoos of
My Own Manufacture,
Which, for STTLR and QUALITY Is VNSURPASS
1.1). 1 am oonlldent I can get tin
TIIK J5KST FITTING UOOTa &. SUOKS
the oltr, and I will guarantee eatiafnotlon in all
eaaea. Reapeotfully,
W. W. WILBOM,
IIS Mala street, 9 doors south ol the Marset.
N. W. W. alto keeps a superior article of FRENCH
BLACKING).
ItiTNo Kastern Work kept at this estab
lishment.
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; GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishinjx Goods ! I !
New, Novel, Elegant and Useful. A large
lot of those indispensable articles jual, re
ceived. -
Tha BOYS that mischievous clues, who
tear their clothes I have no doubt will call
and see ma, as years of experience lian
proved to tli era that I can suit their juvenile
tastes; and if there is a boy inside oroutsid
the Cjrporritioii, who bus not worn my
JACKETS and TANTS, I wieh to see him,
and thoroughly renovate liis external e.p
paaranoe, by dressing him up in a suit of
my woll-Ctting garments. Parents are re
spcctfully invited to examine the goods.
My stock of Geatlcmeu's Wear in oue of
of the most complete nd bcautitul in the
market. CaU au"xamiuo the Latest Slylci.
- w. a . BKrEsx,
aprl- ' Nit. I, Maia itrecti liAytoo, Ohio.
tnitfimri
PARTICULAR NOTICE
M.,.OTILIEll
HA.S RECENTLY ADDEDTWO ROOMS
to-hla store.
to-hla store,
COHNEH Or
UAin AND
23 BTS,.
Where he haa on hand, and will fnrthelutur keep,
the fullowluc enumerated anlalri, in addAilou to
his former stocai .
Rosewood.Oak & Walnut J canopy iled jtoads,
Rosewood, Oak and Walnut High itcud .
Italian Ued.itodJs, .
Rosewood, Oak anl Wnlut Low Head
Station Iiedbtcuds.
Bureaus, Stands, Ac, to fill out. Cham
ber Seta, Pine Book Cases, and.
s.,. Bttsgtrea, fine Oalc and
Walimt Bid
...Xcaraa. - :
M I RR O H S !
Oral, Tery UiRe Jiesvily carred A no gilt,
Arched, " . ', "...
piquet-, of all sizes and kinds, '.'.'; ?...
' ai.;hi Mahogany and Walnut Mirrors.
. ' ; "v:, JP&rlor S fs. :
FINEST Or n'OSEWvOD,'.lr-jrAL'
XUTJSOl US, CHAIRS, TABLKSfU
Six Different Kludt of Bat Rack.
, All It.u.ii of Bureans. Tatiloa, Cltaire,ete., alvrnyw
oo haua.t All ol the above oluieper than ev rr. at
., M. OHMKR'S,
aprl Corner Muia and 3d atrevta.1
milliners h --merchants
. . ? ' DtVftlBIffO VBOH-B KKW STfI.es Ol'
RTBBOlfS, ' 1 .- v '
BILKS,
.-) ' FLOWERS,
eMkral-rtv'H, ' .
.j. W tillc Woods, "s
fiwwcra,
tr.f, FAKASOl,, .H - .
; .VAWILIAS, LACK GU0VS, .tc.,
Will do well la examine our assort
iiieiit boiore iurc1ia.,i, owr stock
- .0 o .
assortment ever oilereu m tho jmi)
ket, a hied portioa of which la -A
.'-' ' i. . 0,
our own puectimportauou. .y
W. P. l)EV0aTF& ROtKWCOi),
luiio,l,'ia aud Who'.esnts DrsUi ia SxitU (.
ai 4 HiwulAMtureieel Mnlula.i '-i-.- i.'ua,
83
and 80 Pearl-s-reet,
CINCINNATI. . '
BihM-Kiadaw
Carpets!
Ctnrpets!
W
have new In
store a
splendid stock A
Rich and New Dcelns, f , . ;"
Uri.c.a,vJ' K lye; ' . t
Ta peel rv Avj.turi
" ' Ixiwell Miper-i,
' Fuperl'ues, . .
Half Cotton, V
- i Hemp and
Ciitliiiig , ' '
. i. - Caipctinfi,
Whtoh w offer very tli for T ASH." Aiao-,
T-a,ai.d e-4 wklteaud Uu.k.d .Oiaw (,i..uiiit.
CHKAF CAM! KTOHK.
tflt ... . JOHN, VAK lUHf if Cft ,-
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rowrr.n
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anii""oca a
t'HK OV Pit HI'
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IKWLCR, af lheirlal illimiut
HUSTON II AI.L. -
rAVl(iti,connieni'lnron FR1PAY KA P.NIN'. Apr I
pt, I'!'1, At T r nVi'ii li, and i-onll oil, s Moiiinj,
1 m mUj ,Vi ilnilT, I linrnlv;l 1 rid.'iyevetnB.
A oi itTa o v. l'"n t I.ei'lMie, Kr-r to the etliei a
ftprn.. Tit url. for tl. f n !-, flue I'nlNr p
rnollf ei'imlnttmna al the s'eof en 'h I einri
frivateexaniiia'.lona daily, In the I'lnlllpt H"HK "'
athva-dMwit U
Zfjrlcitff tt rat Tools
Liuigdons'
HAHDW ARE STORE I !
AMKrt' C'nst Steei frpadpM, ;
do do do Shot els.
Cat Stel Iloe1), "
Curtcim Trowel.
lo lCak'. M' I A iron.
Ilsiy ft rrts.mtre I'oi U ,
'llinlue Mur-sir. .
, . rriniinsi Mtfdi-,'
Cost Steel Ticks, AUttooks and tSrnbb-1 ("
eprl 1
Bird Cagca tk Wire G oc
LASQDOKS HARDWARE SiOVr
fMNK Imported Tin Ci4pia, Fine
Wood, do., Wocilioir ami i-.M Pod.
n l uii
d.h , I r.
aaief, aqoirrel t.,'i
fO'r, w 1. 1 ji wooa.-lioa Mmi (
.....n. in, j. -4 mil",.., .ii,. ,-i.ij., &.iiur
sand evreeua, Wire Dl.h tuv tt, all i!.et.
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Bread ToRateia,
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F1SLL0US' FAIIU
Dayton Lodge No- 273, 1. 0- C r.
Will held a Pair for Hie benefit ef '"
; AT BECKEL'S. HAT14 f :
COMMENCINQ OS ; ' .
jftojrnjtr, 2ia or avit, i
-I'.i.i . -t ;
AND WILL CONTINUE BIX NWHTS -;
CELEBRATION'
40th Anniversary
or vex iniTiTOTios or
i. o. o; r' !
IN THE UNITED STATES, OX
A TT?TT. ?.ft. 1S59.
OiCOOXTorth of Goods I
,7!LIr-P,3 HOLD FOR THE. - j
Sonoiit'
Deytori Lodge, No. 273, 1 0. 0, F.
DAYTON, OHIO.
1 Fine Gold, Hunting Eng. lever Watch, Oil
1 Fine, full Jeweled, 18 carat Lever-Wai.-'j, ;i :i:t
I finefuUJeTnItdl3oaretgldfdL.dai u.Utt
I Largs fid, hunting ease Lever Watch, 6ii oe .
1 Silver, Iluntiuf; eaee Puptax WataW. 40m
t Silver, hunting sale Lave Wat. ti,,.. '"t nfl
1 Silver hnnUngcaie Lever, AC-. .1, e 0
1 Duitnond KinR, , " ,'. " a5.--
1 DiaraoncJ PTi.ii-l'iii,v'. - - lidl',
1 I3i)i-J; t.i li I.ookat Fin see King, " ' .'Je V
Z Set lioa enamelled m i'inH. nt V". ft iltf
I I Vin 1.m.. lu.i.' i.nl.l '.. ll.. nrit...iM in aa
L bet-A'-.iw tiiud ai.a flecvs liutton", '. 8 W
1 liuavy, aolld Soup Ladle, . 10 U
X Betfilwr labia Kulvets st , - , ; ,?4
1 Fancy silver Tea Sot. . , , V it OS
I Fancy eirrar changeable Castor, & flu
1 Faucy ailver Caia Uaet,-.' - - ; ili 0
I One month Clock, - s - :r -;.. - ii H
1 Eight day Lever-Clock, jtlt frntie,'-." " l.i 00 '
t French Comi (Tlo.-k, Ka. 1, - ; 1 Hit
I French fancy Clock, No. 1, ; Jtt
1 Frsnch laney Cloek,.N'o. S, r , & Oil.
I French fancy Clock, 'o. 4, 4 flu
Larga gold iirscl., A , ' 40 1
I I'ir iax,;a, fine -cioti J BrjwVUu, . , It 00 '.
t Pa'ir larn fine t'oral Uratelets,. 14 0
1 Pail llair Bra.-,iie:, . ... . ,. V,' ' f. Oi.
1 Cora!, doable cii Sraeelat, ? 18 Oil"'
t.iuld NwUlatw, will) giIA.crpe, . '. 1) 00"
1 iiolj i.HvasM, .,.. , . 16 Sit
1 Fin all gold set, ; ' t .i 00
1 Hold Lav set, r.tite, '. . r - ' li i0
1 Caineoaet, . . " .- . . -te 00
1 Fine all gold ,et, .' . li SO
4 net Oyslet Forks, at $4, -af'lflve
5 Bpoonhandle Batter Knives,' at $ I, , , r, 9
I Fine gold miniuture Breutnin, li 00
I Fine all gold Breaetpln, " , " 10 0
S Coral lireaatpins, at $, - ( IB 00
4 Cameo Urea.itpiius el ft, , ' ' 20 00
I I I. O. 0. F. Breastpins, at $2, , - "". Jx tm
i I. O. O. F. Bow and Arrow Piuf . 7 '
5 Letter U'a solid gold, at fl, ;. . . a On
$VY4 !l
aplU
. , NEW. GOODS.
BEAUTIFUL, RICH & 0HASTK! .
JUST reoeived a fresh invoice of he Utanf
and newe-t alike ol JKWKI.HV. of evrry Uc
acripLioa, suitable tor the .print tra.lr, ar
i,-. 'sHlHooD'lt,, .
mh 1 sit Tilled atreet.
fiiuoTine. ?&el'
THIS day received another line assortment
of Hold and Silver W a'ciiea, with bl'PLKX
iiiVACHjll LK KH, and Swiaa iuoenienti, from
the meet -auitirated uiakers, at
"SHERWOOD'S,"
ihW - aiS Third ilttit.
Silver Ware,
AMD
M'lvjtvtl . Ware.
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Au4 tntire nuw and complete assortment of
i.. every arlicUi uttt! Ie for llio Table, at
every erticL' 1
nihS
"iHKHWOOD'S,"
IMtd street.
SOMETHING NEW.
2.
TUK .Adtouiatio Castor, or il-ns;
f.'e
A r v' Friend, is atuiidy a Hevolvine tai..r.
.1 miu " tiBK or tu attsKie(i itaH.i
c--m-t--i. ro r. !
tnnr taiwrnitttrit u turn SHaitisuy VaattA4 tsuear oB
A,. itiltaltta S(Lal l,irakn,akt '
lU i'Sai.U Stul. a '
,V. Tlui will bS found e inv -i Kt
ilis- mu-k rouiu, Hr fuiuimy uJ kvi-i n i l.-.-. f
if-
It t.tlvlu Mnifr, a, ' or Mnjii.-
IN obtJience to n order of t)t wi I t
A lt Court, uifiUcou lh t-ah tiny m V(tr.l
in titf fkbo Cj4.u, tv -liritju itr -i ssii m' 1
th Aor ol lite Ciiurt Hi'Us, m ,uv i; a Ih ( t.., 0
trtw the liow l lDtkVrtMk A. . i u1a,
V. M- fl ."! tU tJwt ljvw, ,u 0. n. . f .r, kui,w.
tOYVlU iiiaUl U AiwI.tfl.iMijtj, im.i.ij ' -J, Si. !v
Ottto w. l . l" i;::ltt ;i, I t.tvi ,t t i iitr.
ttnu.-t qusutw ul vtiua u i. !)-. , -v. ,
tl.iv i it) i.ie tuur u t"
t,. f .-tJet U( IMi4 tht-Ul t .ll ),
. titt yw, 4 ami 4 r-t-mir 4
ftiiiC, ttltliv sWiUltl IH , - , Vi Hi
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eVU.l VVO-tMUl I'KHrfll lit kk H.tlli
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