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BATID CLARK, KQITOS MOFRIF.TOR.
Monday Eventnf, April 11, 1839
J I rR(lirf MiUr ert Kv.ry I'sp . j
ML.Kor Looala, Telegraph, and oilier
natter of iotrl and Inlnrnttiol), ice
r'lriit and r'owrth Vanes. . ' i
Work While We Wait.
The Republican paper of this State aw very
much exercised about ""hat Bourse tin Do.
tnoeraey Intend puniiin. In tb eominK .Stale
0.n.w. The, ..era to be at a Iom to con.
i . .t r . ii i
jettur. "what the Democratic parly will do .a.
Her the peculiar elrcumatancea which aurronnd
them;" and afurr eantaaaing the entire ground
ua, nd boxing oir compass, they conclude
that every avenue to success la doted to m in
:9, if not for all time to cornel
InU..ir eoneera about the democracy, the
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oppoemon aea to forget that they arc split up
into antegoniilic faetlnna, with no propoct of
an early adjustment of their difTirencea, and
with the probability of rcmainlug forcvor "at
Added to thia.they hare lout, by the
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ptaaageofth "white law," many thnuaand
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rotea in the State; and thi hae not cootnbu
ted to increaae their amiability ia their preacut
diaorganiied condition, It ia natural, then, thai
our opponent ahould eaat about for mieeralle
company, and that they ahould aeiae upon
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erery lb bg that aarora the least of diaaalmfac
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Hon in our ranke, for the purpose of deriving
eomeaolace from it. If they can do so we
not to object; for tho knowa they
need all they can get
Wa desire tbe democracy every where to
know that they never had a better prospect than
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now for carry ing the fall elections io Ohio.
rha opposition were never in worse condition
thau now; and it is next to impnesihle for thein
to '-fix things up" batween ttaiai ani tlio clec-
tioo. We desire them to know, also, that if
they douot carry theStaU, it will I their own
fault; the result is ia their hands, and we neid
hardly council them to use their power for the
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right. Their course is plaint-let them go to
work, with a determination to succeed, and the
result will justify our expectations.
When our State Convention shall have pre
pared the exact line to be pursued, and shall
have prentedu. with our quantum of first
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rlaaacandidatea for the fall campaign, it "ill
time enough to endorse their action in a
apiritof enthusiasm which will ensure the sue-1
cessof our policy and the election of our can
didalea. In the interim, let us nerform our
work of preparation, and be prepared to accept
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a gionous comptetioii next tall, i he u,.osi.
tion will know too soon for their pleasure
"what the Democracy propose dom. " W
baveonly to work while wewait.
Work While We Wait. The Layman's Association of the M. E.
We copy from the Cincinnati papers the
following extract of a report aubmitted by
fl trill t V fib l l tr r
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majority of the Committee, on the subject
of appointing effective prenrhera to Kditor-
Agenciea, and I'rofessoraliips Ao. It
:n i . ... i .i r
u. ..uerees oy many oi our
Totlu Lavuun'i Aseociwifii of the Cincinnafi
C.ne, k E. 6'AurtA.
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Ubkturkn. As a minority of the com-
appointed at your last meeting to res
port upon the propriety of petitioning the
nexU.cncriU Conference to change thopruc
tic) and policy of the C hurcU in regard to
appointment of efleotive preachers to
r- - v., .u euu
our newspapers and magaiinea, and to tin.
management of our book concerns Ao , we
would respotfully submit the following con
In disposing of the matters reft rred
your committee, wo will oonsider, First, to
what extent the praotioo referred to, of ap
pointing euecuve preaouors (o f.tlitorslupa,
rrofesiorships io., has prevailed
Second, As to the propriety of a change,
and to what extent; and Third, As tu tbe
propriety of petitioning tbe (icneral Confer
ence on ttie e inject.
1st As to the extent of the Dructiee r-
In regard to our Quarterlies, Monthlies
erywhere, they are, we find, all edited, con-
trolled and, even financiered by effective,
yea, our most powerful and influential
-":"v.-. "ooerns, anu
preachers there control every department
flown t the minutest details, Moet of these
Creachere might be effective workere and
leased instruments in the hands of Uod for
the cure of souls and the salvation of the
world. Nor will the oaae be found different
in our colleges, aoademicsand seminaries of
learning. Our moat active, devoted, effective
and intiuential pastors and ministers are ta
ken from their fields of labor and usefulness
and made Presidents, Professors and Teach
era. Ho with our traveling, collecting, eolio
itiug and other agenta, in every department
of the Church. So with oar representatives
in the Bible and Foreign and Domestic Misi
sionary Societies. ISuoh a atate of affairs
a condition of things going to affect the
whole Churoh and every department of it
temporally; morally axd ioteiieetunllv. ahnulil
be sustained, if at all, by powerful upd oonij
2d. Ja it expedient that a chang4 of poll
icy ahould be adopted, and ifao, to what
extent ? , ,
It ia unquestionably the duty of all wh,o
are called to preach the Gospel, to do so to
Lba best of yieir ability, and in the way
wherein they can effect most good.
:vo not, wan some, understand it to
b the Jity of the minister of the (limnel tn
oonfina elC wholly to tho public moral
miuitrtraliut of the word. There are many
vya in wh'oh the gospel may be preached.
There areutmerous avenues to the .soul,
and salvation mn
ha oun reach the , "st-fte and conftiiienco of
v oe Hroolalmed etfontivnlv
athousajid Kfleront forms. It ia. tlmr.
tho duty o- acb iadividual. nUA ,,
upon thavatt-ti teiverJ to nraa,,h 7 th.
cosneln tl.nt.w.o .l,r.-...i,
fit oun bo abown -that t givqn individual
oan beBt preooh and pnHJ,!iia tb0 Kiuj j
dings of, salvation ai.d jin..,r by editing a
anaj-imnes or one o( iMir advn-yjtra, or tllej
K-dar Hchool Hooks, then itr.t fa.his flaco I
abenaa edjtorai, -a ir ij.-'itsotrncl, it
Miera matter f-yo'liof. ,13 to whutlitu- mitx-,
later shall or Wtii'no,t ev;; i. e in (lie proR-tHf5tK)
aiott. WouieviTtti y n ji in nmny in.
ataueee, -luigiitiie found. ,.Iio-hv iiiu di.i-
charge the dutieVof UTo ed.U.1 -hair, WU
xeal fidelity notl, prudwWVlsUiiyi
in'i4ia Cltiieitli It..'
" icT be aJouteii.iH J .
tive nod u ,,mu Vfl ti!l.torr
r uil3ug and u ,, v,eiHirgu -
"uuf, V J v ' rf . thei'fl ik. 4-
atrong m.BJbiog liedW to oUiriuf
eiec'ted.to Profeasorahio. in .oolleeeaNjii.h
saWcadDUiJiilIf a minister has a nccnliux ti
uifeilf a minister haa a nannliur ..f
neas ibr tne Presidency of a college, by all
means aend him there, for he will hs vn oiem
. .e I.:.-. ...t f....i r.. .1 r,JL ,
uttu aiviw. hbiu iiira tua oil una
!.,.? Ofjlll IliS P(Jn
d ihinkfdopojiig ,
,ilaciug aulay "
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' 'ori nr"' will diinhtlca reccivo serious
1 cnnaideralion from all our conference.
. .ha "l!n,.,"t "-l...ve P "jmenl I of it
.. I feetire mlniatera to manage the Hook ( on-
,, oomro , fljW() n ,;,.
tr, Societies, ia still more open to criticiam
and objection. It would be difficult, we ap
for prcheml, to give any prnod reason why a
preacher rhould bo selected to manage hnd
I nckr a great book nnd publishing eitab-
I l8i'm,0lJ not "n f"nt 0 h1i'.r
porior business chiirncter arid hnancial abil
;,y? .rcloher) M , clflMi from 1(,ir .,,
; cation, mode of thinking, and profeeaional
i engagoineiite, aro peculiarly disquuliHed for
j ""'I' I'uninesa a manamng a great pub
outa." l"lmK ''"u"' rc'iuirinn an investment and
return o liundrcile o t loutunda o dollara
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annually. ior (ti they, who aro truly
. oalleJ l0 tle work of lhe minifXrfi d,tohatfe
; their dutire by thus looming tliemaelrea and
hiding their pn-nching talent under such a
i busbcl If they are euperanntiated or worn
!oll, tl'ni M nia,,cr of polioT, tho course,
pursued Is erroneous. It would be fur bet-
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'or to give thctn aouio auituole employment
I or ,,arport tiem B, loieuro thnn t;ul ,t
' tbcm over a busincea cutablisliment, requi
ought ring financial talent and tact of tho highest
; order, when they, from the very nature of
j HiuK. niut bo to a great extont, inenmpe
ff"t to the task, lliese considerations, let
i it be borne in mind, don t in the least dc-
,, f ' .u r,
: traot Irom the xeAl, energy, anility and in-
Uueneo uf the Method ist pulpit. On the
' contra, their profession requires them to
gropo, not aftor the things ol earth, but tu
look upward forKiaco and guidance, and to
bo tilled with a longing desire, alone, for
f''e l"tn nd care of immortal aouls -,
i lhen, in all reason nnd sincerity, why not
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i allow tne laitr to manage theso temporal
I ooncerna 0f tho Church? Thoso things
therefore call for a change of policy to a
prompt and prudent extent.
I The extent to which the changes should be
! carried, wo have already indicated in the
'B''"- . Lot Uymen bo chosen to man,
age all tho important financial oonoornt of
the church. Laymen ol undoubted cliarao
be , ter ability and experience could be found
who would o.irry on our enterprises much
I more cheaply and profitably to tho church
The Committee believo that the mntteri
! referred to aro purely questions of poliey
I and econumy, and as such should bo repila
aliipa, i tc l 'J8 ";r'-"'"--"i'-e under which they
! exist. 1 he chuniiua suiinested, will commend
the several Con forcnees, and will, iu due
tiiuo, bo eiTevtcd to the satisfaction of all.
Ws thorefore, deem it the part of prudence
1 found policy not to petition the Uoneral
1 Conference on tho subject. We recommend
for adoption, tho following resolution :
mittee j jesoiv,d, That wo are fully convinced ol
t,e necessity for eomo chani(i) in the usage
!0l'the church, in tlionpoointuientof efficient
ministers to tho positions of professors, edi
the tors, agents, Ac. nnd that such positions as
of Instance, be (1IM with dun credit and
ability, any m ri Minn it prova that all
teachers bm Dr. Thorn pson. in lliin
' conneolirm tt create.! ground for complaint
lieain the fii'il Hint a mmy r rcanhcr. are
! taken from Hit lr rct-nlur work msd tjoietly
imprinid within Ilia harrow eonfine of
i little hcnipini.-d. These arc notour weak
; or ordinary men who are limn dispoeej of,
but the .tronpeat and mot accnnvilished
, puliiit urnturt ia tit several oonforeoeee.
j Let luit the citiens of Home country villnite
take It into their heads to open out a feninlc
Cminary, and the Terr Lent tnlent of the
'iwmference I at command, while tha great
j thoroughfarca and crowded churches in our
jtiitm, ana tne vrnstc ptroc of .ion, are dci
nied amtalila supplies. These tiling call
man COU.'U UO expcclca ol preftcticrs. Let
en " " advantageous
Iy, bo enipluyed to teaoh In our t.olletes am
academies, then our minister, of the Kuspel
my dcVut0 lhomo!vo tuoro especially
the salvation of soil la.
3. The third proposition is as to the expe
diency of petitioning tho (Icncml Conlor
ein'O lor a change, iVo. On this point wo
shall likely differ from our Brethren, who
think we uuj(ht to ask for n;;ro:t deal, in the
hope of getting a little. Xow, whilt we ad.
mU fully the Deoexsitv for some ohnuga
uie practice, we very mucn question
pri'jTit-.y oi fieiiiioiiiii- lur il u. siub iimu.
tlcalscVC9 to the prudence find wisdom of
ao not specially retinire clerical talent, nor
permit tbe occupants to exercise lully their
talent, aschribtinn ministers, should, where
practicable, be tilled by competent laymen
lirltT ol conduct and incolmrent i-inrau nn.
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"J" '. "e had
wMntteU to a frieud in Davton. the nrinuinle
KUju Imnretr.ately.aftor.howcntto un out-
"":'l'J!'J'"w his brains out. A Coroner's
inqucet v$us Jij.ld, and a verdict rendered iu
Uoooraatme with ,tlio fui ts.'" ,
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'0-A negro woman named IhUoy, who
! Uer, Lamar'splantation,- in
laathret yeavs ago, has just been ar.
Kw Oiloans, . The General offer
roward for hr at tlia time of her
(l.ment; but she was reoognued a few
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fT -' b? an oM q"""o-. r ; -bility.
tji iVltcv. James ' 11. MoFarland. sua-
Wiut Crkuit Costs. A New York
journal truces credit through its windings
and crevices, and thus shows how much is
paid for it by the people. He takes the ar
ticle of ten, familiar to us all. A credit on
London at on expense of 3 per coot.; the tea
shipped to New York is sold by the im
Porter at Slx Months credit, ecmal to 3f, and
a guarantee of 2 3 per cent. Follow it in the
hands of the jobber who supplies there-
C8Dt' nnd 1 gl,ttlt'e- 1' now in the
hands of the retailer. Expecting to lose a
portion of his aales, he puts on from 3 to
150 Der cent., aa a guarantee airainst audi
loss in all making a sum equal to 20 per
cent upon the industry of the country.
Why should he who pays subject himself to
this extra charge; simply to pay for fiim who
docs not pay? And thus labor is taxed for
the benefit of the defaulter, the speculator
the gambler, the politician, tlie drunkard,
the spendthrift, the idler, tho viciuus, the
thief and tlia blackguard. Now suppose we
who pay buy for aasb, would we not save a
large portion of this expanse? The limita.
tion of credit would drive the idle to work;
and the reform is needed, especially in the
smaller transactions of life.
SufciDS ok a rsiNTKU. The Cincinnati
Gazette of this morning oontuins the follow
ing In regard ft the violent death of a man
well known in this city: "Saturday afternoon
a Ciernian pr!titer,naiued Bartholomew Porn,
commUte!! suicide, by blowing his brains out
with a pistol, at the house of John 15iiser, No
Ct. Liberty street .'.On tho Wednesday nre-
vioua. lie oamo to thia nitv from l.,t ;
?0ry etraigBtened circumstances, and "frc
quently excited the anxiety of the friends
Hi'tk whom fio wa? s'tof.ping,' by his singu
titrfo of wliiiih wa, hit8trurliis with povcr
josaor'af I; -K. Dr. Oilman, in tlie pastorate
01 )'"!'" V ''"!" fbarleaton, b. C,
dieirtu '.iloW.., Tfvjt. ila was a 6ati Of
gVi8iniji'k(Ulu h,t Princeton" ColW
P ' w'' iA" '
,'ul.'uu'",1"t-v M,B.'1'- '"Ts-..ovUetabl,
J -j';tpi a ii. jViuan t: of Mrs.
attuMla'e and the. '..stie'do The
tlhromcJeSMsai -patch, N'jjIi'pl ti.t
their oominents thtiriHitfsJis been. Ka'J 1
jn 1 rooih
. .If tt(
II 1 . A L I i S T A I1 13
GKNKRAL Ad TNT "
WIMi Kv and sell on Commission IUal
K.l.t. in ,.,l h.,ni,. in. i i... ....
title l.ixnn, maaeealle-lli,nsei!.,fte.
S. Woodruff, (Pra.t. Wondraff A Beavkl.Cv.)
Janss Bolter, (Of 0. II. North am A Oo.)
R. Hubsrli, (Of Ksnsvs, Hotxrts A lioodwta.l
(lay It. Phslns, (Ser. Cooa. Lif Ins. Co.)
Tiiaolh; HhsldoD, (Ouutiaetor and Uuildsr.)
Jumeil'. lonm, (Pr.il. Mieh's' Bar. Bank.)
SiJney A. Whits. (Of tipmeer. Whita A Co l
Uharles T. Uillyer, t Prsll. CharUr Oak Bank.)
aiijsn 11. ui.u, (ut nay, uwta A Co.)
Uoiuer UlanotiarJ, (Of 11. Blsaokaril A (Jo.)
Richard I), ilubhard, (Hlsie Attorney.)
M. JI. Merriinsn, (Uf J. A M. alsrrinaa.)
Willi. m L. Collins, (Of Collins, Brolhers A Co.)
IV. 11, U. Callsader, (Cashier of ilata Bank.)
. MARK HOW AHl, I'res't,
K. THOM AS I.ORDKM., y.
Alilrslloiis recelveil In
CH AS. K. rt.RKS!, irent,
inirn street, uayton, Dlilo.
would refer to
N. II. Darst, Kaq.,(nf Dari-t & Herchelrode. )
John Lytle, Kr,.,(of rcrrine, Lytic .1 Shaw.
business cien of Hartford.
For Sill.! the n
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An i itesiuenoe, corner tn ana
(.'harter streets. Lot well luiiroved, anil of,
oil sle. House frame and nearly new. Conve -
A Bne Lot oa 'Id street, ticlow Perry, adjoining the
residence of U. Auson More. Terms enny.
I HA. K. t l.AHKK,
mlill Heal Kstate Afent, I Ire r's Bulldlair.
'PI1K Iisr.ro new llrick Dwelling House,
-a- bull' tv Hcnrv K lln.s. finrnfr SI. m.lr.n.l U-..
ter streets. The House is very commodious; fur-!
nishedwlth the nevessiry oonvrnlnoes anil applian
ces fur comlurt, and furnished hlndsomely In the
modern style. Will be sold very luw for oesh, and
easy payiueuts,oo application to
L H AS. K. CLAKKK,
nih33 Real and General Kstate Agent, 3d st.
A I.SO A liandsome KosiJeoce on 5th St,
f between Main and Ludlow; 3 story, llrlck, well
iiirui.nrii nu i iinuusoiueiy imiirov
meets easr. l?HAS. K
mhu Heal rotate Agent, . Ii'i-k
V Hu.niing, in ...
) i A AtKKS in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
Ct I X net, on the O. At M. R. H., one liuudreil ai re.
linproel, the remainder tiuit.r of good iiualitv,
deep, rich, alluvial soil.
There are two gnod Dwelling lfnu.es on th" prem-
I good settlement. '
ihls larin ia otlernd at the low prioe of alper
acre, liciiit much less than its vslue. For sale by
t'HAS. li. CLAHKK,
Roil Kstate Agent, 3d street.
A I.SO 170 1
in ilea west of Lau-
I, ir-ni-eville, I.mrence counly.
lit., eood hII.wpM
hiiprtufil, grind timlior, ft Uniiilinnif , new, I'nnvtr
nient, wtH furnliitipd two-story frntne Mw.'llln
himif, out-tiuuscs, bnrnniiilatnhle liislinrt.tt tint
r.iti' luini will hi" ho hi cliLvip hy
CilAS. K, CI.AKKK,
mh 3 Real F.tiite Agent, ('U'gic'fl Utiiliiin.
QH nnfl AntKSofUhd in IlUnoiH.on
UvvuV orneArttnoi of Rail Roftui, compri
sing Imprtivpd FArii. ftnl wild lauds.
Tutho-e In v Ing 1111 nil fur ins In this section, that
will sell at is guoil prior, 1 would miy Bfll, and go
wh're tin cu get Urge trct of ia.ni! nt low
price, nnd whore on will linve vrjually good innr
kots. ALSO, 10,000 Acres woll eoloctoj LnnJ,
In Missouri, both the quality nnd title of which
1 will giiirnntfo. For snleor exvlinngc for oth
er property, on the mott Uvslrnble terms.
ALSO, A email but choieo Farm in Clark
County, well Improved, will b sold cheap, and
city property taken iu part pa) meat,
AL.SU, A tine Lot on LuUIow et, between
4th Audfithi U8 by 00 U. alley back.
ALSO, (iurdon Lots of 7jf acres eaob, od
the Rlvnr RuaiI, near the oiU.
A I -SO, A 11 stury IJrick liuainoss House, on
Jelteraon, between 3d mid 4th sts., nnd adesiritde
resldeiu-e ou MU St., bet. Main 4ud Ludlow.
ALSO, Kine itnpuved Property in "Miami
City," ftiul "Payton View," iu tracts of from 8 to
19 m-re-. All forirtlemtAPhy
CHA.8. B. CLARKE,
Feh31 Real Ktate Agent, Cle'x Uuilding.
City I'roiK r(y DoMrabic Ilcsl
dencel 1oll'r for sale on reasonnble terms, a
new and handsome residence on ad street, Ik
The House is large and commodious, with al) the
modern improvements and conveniences; it finely
located, and in a good neighborhood. Will be sold
cheap, if application it- made soon.
CH AS. K CLAHKK,
DihS Hual Kitate Agent, Clegg'g lluildlng.
T AND WAKIlANTsJ ilOL'UUT & SOLD
XJ at Cincinnati quotations, or located In Iowa,
Kalians, Nebraska, or Missouri, hy
CHAS. K. CLARKE,
inhs Third street.
1 (( ACUES, 10 milos from the oity,.iui
a vU iiroved.orclianl, .nrings, ac.
15 acres timber, and wo acres bottom.
Price $40 per acre. For nle by
CHAS. K. CLARK R,
mhS Real Kstate Agent, 3d street.
Throat and. Lung Institute,
No. 30..ySftyL h St., Cin.. O.
WONDER Ft' L SL'CCKba IN THK CURE OP
THROAT DISEASES, CATARRH &
By Means of Medicated Inhalation.
THE Intuitu to is daily throogod by por
iim who have itilfcreU alike from varlum tlia
entei, ami the tiarlmrltlt h of the olj Bchool or irao
tlce. Dr. Ayer haa no occasion to pen It of hia emi
nent skill nnd loug exerleuce In tiilt apeolality. .
It laemAghtosay iia la the iounJtJj of "MeJiuateil
Iuhalutioti' and never talli to uure or greatly bene
fit any uaae he uiulertnkt i, lit1 hue liberty tu rcler
toolertfyinen nii others of tlielilghest reBpectaMJi
tyand worth lri thli vicinity, ai to what be has
done lor tiiem
Jr. Aycr,(who, by tbe way, is a permanent rest
deut of Clnciuuail,) says: It is my tlnu beliel, that
if the Mrty tfiousaiut who are UetalueU to uie of
pulmonary ilisease iu the Western States within the
next twelve months, bo put on a system of inhala
tion juiliuioutiiy aamUitsiereil, thirty thousand of
them would remain to oouifort their fi lends lor niaiiy
years. It is also my opinion that thousands are
hastened to their graves bf lo-onllcU "remedies,"
swallowed Into tho stomaL-h.
The Curative Vapor Is conveyed directly Into all
theturpaasntftrsol the lungs where the disease In
not iuto tho NtoiuHuh.whuiunisuot.
The earliest indication of Consumption ii an ir
ritation of the throat and hronuhicai tutKJS. ui the
thouwauds that die auuualiy of Ceiiiiimjition. there
is uot oue iubtfinye o be produced u heiuthedlseaue
vouidienced iu the lunirs. It In quite the opposite.
The wasting and d cay ol ih human body have
their origin iu the trudiea, larynx aud ttsopbaii us
before thf) descend to thehmt-'B.
iUtAx iu lathU, lhen Kft and new remedies are
noi latent medioii.es, mid cuu only be uhtuiucd of
ir. Ayerelt'ectuully and permaufutly cures Ca
tarrh, and furnishes a prompt and reliable cum fur
tin a disease, which ail ean use for themselves,
wherever they may be. Or. Ayer's Cough "Cordial"
is a sure remedy lor the worst couxh. Who can bo
so rash, so priyudiued. so unjust to their friends, and
MeallKtmt of tiilr own lives andoemlort, as to licui
tato, wiicu timuly application will rosiore to health
and wardolt hopeluss lllrtess and uutluiejy death.
Call lb seasou while there Is hope.
Where it is impossible for parties to visit and re
main under my treatment, the.- nay write as full a
history of their uatioos possible, aud I will send per
Lupresstoanypartol the oouutr such medicines
as ere desired,
Ui'ON ItKCEIPT OP KITH D0LLAK8,
t will send a written opinion respecting any case
siihmiuttd to uie, and also a package of medkiue. In
suuh eases the writer should give as full a hiatory
ud desnription ot the case as possible. Address,
J I W. AYER, M D
Surfeon and PoysWimi, "Ihrvatund Lung Institute.
Custoiix Made Shoes!
At - - DAVIS',
vLiuHcs.' (iiilters, of.isll Styles, .
for th Feet I
1 Vol I I
fEwrtw. toetj ofiidhiuai-, . :... .
umol WltB T, , 0. Smith. CaO
. 7 ' q '
" Ml' RCIIANTS' '
111' It A IM'I'ni.n IIWU .
.-yi I JLUWUAK0. ... .. ,
, Til A COM PAN' V Willi II I -J ni'
J J '.V- ''" 1, ' ,! ! J . . J' J,iA
1 trimhle ot snmotl Ma.ali. .nil mterlll ,1
e.nnthe cost i,( ln.iiranoe on I hi. I.,.. '.U. i
Firemen's .Insuranccc Co.i
or t Arrow.
nri n"f -
'iVt'1?!' PD ""NRY UPRxtAN, J
IDAPfthl, KIKKRR, D. R.MRAII. v
, W . L. UA BROW, PA M (' KL MAKHHAI.L.
an7rhtr'"np,',i;',r "Wa ,,r"t-
City Fire Insurance
COM PAN V oV HAKTKOIU), VAJMi.
I Paid tn Capital,
' Aaseta, January lat, 1359.
This I'ouiiiaay has oninnllxl wtlh the
severnl Ntnle., in whlih it Is Jolni builaeas
I C. C. WAITK, Fee'y, C.B. BOWEBJ, Pres't.
I isr . -. .
TV tSlCril J srltnCn UlllCO, UhlCrtCO, III.
tnroilh wlileh all llir luislness
i of the lniiiany In
( " v esmra, Norlli-Weslem
.states Is transacted.
JV-B- !?.n"Rv. Oenera! Agent, I ReUdlnir
, H; ,P?" "'' ""' Aaent, f la (.hioKo.
DAVIS & CUPPT.
I Aseuts for llnvlitn n.l .i..inii..
tnl.A.ti.. I'AO '
IVT 1 1 n A TO P. Tt n U l,
llllUlllVli AIAC1 VUaiibO
DKsiairtuseHoica nkw stti.im or
SUA IVLS, PARASOLS,
ki A KT T' 7 I I alt S Attn ij-va.rs
naii VUVlia, tVC,
Will do well to examine our assort-
ment before purchasing, our stock
assortment ever ollered in tho mar -
ket, a largo portion of which ia
f . ...
our own direct importation.
W. P. DEVOU & ROCK WOOD.
Imuortera n.l Wholesale Den),.,, silk Oooits
mm minniinuiurorsol luantlllns Mill straw GooJs,
83 and 05 Pearl-street.
w AiAW i
Cor. Main and 4th sts.
Plain and Fashionable
SofiiM, c liillis.Tnbli'S.
Vhat ots. litidMnl.,
IlUt KlM liS,
AT REAS NABLE PRICES I
I WOULD SAY TO ALL lNTEttlMTKDja?n
I have the heat HUH.,. Im.nl i.f P.rln. n,l
t-rianiner suns in wis city, and would Invite you to
on.ll and are for yourselves, and at as low rates as
they can ueohtaluedelsewhere.
MEDALLION PARLOR SUITS,
IN BOSBWOOD (80LID)
Upholstered in reps, with rich
Also, In llroeliatello and Hair Cloth
OAK and WAI,NUT,compIete Attapo
J won il .ay iu conclusion that they are manufac
tured by injsrlf, and would be pleased to have you
come and see my slock of Furniture, whether jou
buy or not.
0. P. BOYER,
Corner of 4th and Main streets
For Cash Onlyj
No. 1.1(5, Main street.
N. W. WILSON
HAS JUST lifVICIVEt) "TDK' BEST
and most eumplete stuck of
S1MUNG & SUMMER
Boots and Shoes
Ever brought to this city, which wore manufactured
expressly to his order by JOHN H. iKT10H8,of Cln
I'lnuati, aeknowledged to he the best Boot and Wioe
Manufacturer In the West.
Iniidditiool HAVK and WILL KEEPON HAND
n full and varledstooK of
My .Own Manufacture,
Which, for STYI.K nnilQITAI.ITy tl I'NSURPASS
bil. J hiii coullilent 1 vau get iiji
THE 1IKST K1TT1XQ HOOTS & SHOES
In the city, and
will guarantee satisfaction in all
N. W. WILBON,
lit Main street, 2 doors south of the Nsmet.
,.'?-.w-..,y-.a1"0 k",l" uperior article of FRENCH
86TNo Easlern Work kopt at tliU estab
HAH RECENTLY A DDEDTWO ROOMS
to his store,
CORNER OF MAIM AND 3D BTS.,
Where he has on hand, and will for the luture keen
the followln? enumerated articles, in addition to
his former stocai -
llooTVood,Onk A Walnut oan.ipy IledKteads,
Rosewood, Ouk and Walnut ifigh Head
Uuaewuoil, Ouk anl Walut Low Head
Station Jle JutoiiJs-
Buraani, Stand, An., to 011 ont Cham
ber Sets, I'uio Book Caaaa, and
Bltaglres, Tlua Oak aud
M I It It O It S !
Oval, very large, lieavily oarred & fine gilt.
Arched, " " " ' -i '
Square, of ull elite aud kimU,
ALSO Mahogany and Walnut Mirror.
i'lXEST OF li OSE WO OD, A WAL
NUT f) FA S,C1IA1R , TARL ES,Ac
nix Different KlnS of Bat Rack.
' I i ; a ..
AH klmla of n.ir. aos. TaUea, Chairs, etc., alwaye
on lian.lt All ot il, above cheaper than ever, at
'.-f., . Hi. (iHUKIt',
..Hl'r? . Corner Mulu and 'Jd sircils.
'i ii i ;i Vaiited, on a farm.
i e fi' i ry imuis, DaiIon,i,
A 1 ' ',"u
si.,. ... V" f'"1 r.siaie: suiisie In in
"'T0' ")' connry M Mnntanmnrv, suit Mate of
,M'10'.'" wll! hl,, ,rrt In wl.lth o(T the we.t
. u.i .
.,ih... ' "'" ""!""""'
aonth-west of Dayton, ts rich soli, ana excellent tot
Itlnati-r ( ei4mUMoner'i Bnlf. .
pi'HSHAK T tn an firder of th Superior
A l onrtol Monixoaim-v Count;, Ohio, ro m Jl-
On Krida?, the 20th da oi" April, 18.V, '
Al the Hoorol the t"ort House, In the City of Dy
ton, ii-ll st polillc outrrv to the highest hMiler, he-
. "irp int. Dourv ni i ana o'lona, F. M. ol natil ly,
r r,. ,imnt i,
,of th.n.n-l., curl of ieS'ntT
Master Coramlaaioner'a Bale
Franeta A. Llojd,
. Adsn Kuntr and Barak Kun
Ijl KSUA N T to an order of the Pnperior
. v. .mMrrj wiiiiiiy, imm, maiif. ia MS
I "'". at I'a t'shruary term, INa, and tome ill
irecteil, t wlliolierat liulilm anrllnn .( lh .1.. .J
' '. "'""" a thee.tvof Iayion,ta thesoun.
ty of Moutxomery sod atafeof Olilo, OB
1 Friday, Apiil U'.t, lSiO,
; Derween tae hmira of I and 4 o'elork P. M. of said
tl following landi ud ttDtmBtt thint In
ua knows hna ucicrlhM
iy oi einninmerr, DSlns; thesnme premises ttils
conveyed l the exeeutors of Uavld Hawthorne
Jesse K i.hrlstoher to said Kuots.
I aa:'or.MiertyUtnDe sent on a Juilament la favoe
, Kniiti. Tie above proerty has been appraised at
eishl hnad.vd and twelVe dollars, and nssotliseM
i.wiuina oi uie appralaeil value.
Terms of ,ale, lash. N. E. JORDAN,
I . ... Mastae Cossnlaaioner
m uinr ioun . ..,,7i.r, xninlr, lhlo.
..... mim taiu .vvaoAN, Ail ya. lor rialntifl.
Bnparl r Court of Montgomery County
Ohio. . '
HAST BE COKXISUOXXB'I SALE.
Herbert & Williama, tb. Warren Warner
pt'RHUANT to an order of the Superior
A. I'nu.l l Unnl.M.... . . . . . .
wlptl, I will
IHlbliC AtlOtlfHlttt lll ftfini- sal tl.aa
in utc cuy oa uayion, in tiUU count ,
of ItUntgomery. on
auturdayApril, 30, 1859,
luitttr!. h hnilNflf 1 A .-ls. u ak.a-.ll-...
linf iptntii ft ltd tenement!; tltnnte in the county of
ntmrter of airrtlfin niimlaas flvai nu,ni..
ct, tu,,, Mt described u followal
i tut, kn., n1 detorlheal m folio wi BeinMnROB the
t firtylghl iiolet to iMd Hlvcilei N. W . anrnan
i.w hk t'Min iiiiv ui hiu swtniiont tnvno pi,W K,
ennuot be sold for tens than
SHi.l lot nnnUln.flir. rh . , a sv.
I StS""" .
Maatar Commlealoner'a Bala,
Duvid A. Warohnm, 1 Superior Court,
io, et. al. j
TslTDCITA x-ti i e .i
P'JKMJAM to an order of the Superior
Montgomery County, Ohio, miwle in the
I .v ,' bnirytri. ltJ,n! tomeill-
jreetnl,! will otter at imliilo miction, at the door ol
tl.eCourt House, tn tliecltj of Oayton, 111 the eonn-
ty of Montgomery and State ot Ohio, on
. . . .. . . .'. : !' . '
Jill Tw'n "O""' "M O'oloea P. M. of said
the following Heal Kstate, to wit: Lot No. one
llllmlrt.,1 Btl.l In.lu.lun ill.) na. KI.k V
Jlll.n II fir. .1.1 Willi. n. .n.l IU... .
t omml-iloners appulnted hy the Coin. Pless Court oi
Hamilton oounty, Ohio, to make partition of the
property belonging to the Klndley heirs in Montgom
ery county, Ohio. Said lot fronts on the north side of
Kirsttt., Day ton, In said Montgomery oounty .twenty
poles, anil running back to the Lake Krie and Si ad Blv
er Kail Road, tn .a d Montgomery county, Ohlo,oon
Ulnlng Itveaeresand one hundred and twenty poles.
Said property Is to lie sold on a Judgtueut In lavor
of Uavld A. Waieham, against Alexander Swaynle,
et. al. The abeve property has been Hpprslsed at
aiM.il, 25, andcannnl tie sold for less than two-thirds
of the appraised value.
Terms of Sale, Cash. N. E. JORDAN.
James W. Lowrer, Plaintiff, ) state of Ohio,
vs. t Montgomery
Reuben Hagenbuch, Defendant, f county Kuiierlor
THE aaid Defendant ia hereby notified that
X the Dlaintitr aforesaid haa Iliad "hla njiflijnn In
said Court, askings judgment against said defend-
mn. .ill ill. lwu iir.iii.i.i.rv .nm ... ... . ... .
SIM, with ten percent, interest Irom U.v Lftth. ISA?. I
and a balance of l'-!6on another, with six peieeut.
Interest ounaid balance, from February if, 1867
And the said Defendant Is notified that he Is re.
quired to appear and answer said petition on or be-
fore toe third Saturday after the 19th day of May,
a. d. i86. Jamks w. LOtvREY.
B, r,il.nrlTV,iirnv.hli ill.,...
A88IONEB 8 BALB.
TH E nnderi((Bed offer for tale the propers
ty latnly occupied by ThouiKi, hetert k Co., sitii
ate on Third street, east of the Canal. Al.o the
steam engine, boiler, shafting, Daniel's planer, sash,
mautilne, and one buzx saw. This property is oon
vt.mi;u.iy iwiim lur uii.iiiea, nun ia ill goou run
;ningoriler. Wc also ofliar Ihe leasehold owned by
said firm on the corner ol' Third and Kt. Clair sts.,
and lota numbered 46ua, urn anil 4685, situate ou
High street. If nut sold at private sale before the
loth day of April, we will oHVr it at publio sale on
that day on the premises. The terms ol sale will
be one-third oash; the balauoe in one and two years,
with Interest. The deferred payments to be secured.
JOHN H. ACHKY, ) . ,
mh?l-dawtt WM. UUMUtKCEH, Anlgneei.
Iff ricuUural Tools.
HAHDWARE STORE ! !
AMES' Cast Steel Rpadea,
do do do Shovels.
do Hake. Meol cV Iron.
Iluy .V niunure Forks
Coat Steel i'iok, Matlock and Urubb lloe.
Bird Cages & Wire Goods
LAKQD0NS HARDWARE STORE.
FINE Imported Tin C'age. Fine Painted
Wood, do., Bloeklnp; and Red Bird do., thees
'. ulrrel Caes, Wire Gridirons, Hog Muisles,
u.mu iuMi.il. aRK nnisfis, SW.. OIO., i.)
sand screeos, Wire Dish Covers, all aiaes.
AMCBartlde for sal cheap, at the Patent Pre
servatory, Kasteru Market House.
Pr& TOVKR It PPLAUM.
We have now la store a tplendid stock of
Rich and New Dealgni,
llruuel, 8 Plys,
. tiuperfinea, .
Half Cotton, u . , .. , '
. Hemp and
Whleh we onVr rery har Arr"OAiH." Alset-t,
7-4, aud (1-4 while aud ulwvked itraw Mattlu.
CUKAP CASH 6TOKK.
apri JOHN, V AN DUHIN and CO.
PR! ME FRUIT. ,
rtK IIO.XKH, fresh and aweet Orange, and
i O t usw tupply of other eholoe fruits, Just
. . a, n . i. .yr. f. i. . anu . ut
S Q .
I S" P '
w ' S i s
5 c W s g"
aT : O 2
-I O , rZ. o M
eQ -at I '
m Third itrMt,
..JtlfKllI EN CJtfl CUTTER
W 4. V. U A A X, A,
. v " ' 1 s
I t 1. .. V ll S f I S 11 S I . I
A there is in tha market, at a reaaonahle !
:. xi .1 .H.r
CflUlDKIiLAlN & PARKER,
TN CtlNfiKyCEXCS OF KETEATEl)
A solicitations, hsve employed n
Aad see Ai II j- preppared tr supply any want in the
And Just received a large aad splendid stock for
OF XEV'AWD BOY'S
READY MADE CLOTHING ! !
m . , i vi t i
Whiek at errkrd at
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
A Low. u can be furcli a '!:
1 1 Ytttai Yoke Sliiris,
A Superior Fit tin; Article, found fct ;
CHAMUKRLAINand PARKKR'R, ?
MhM r. . i v , tu Third itreet.
"A Stitch in Time Saves Nino."
TlE 8IMPLK ANNOUCEMEXT THAT
A we hsve a Maehlne la every way equal to the
AT THE VERV LOW PRICE OP
I ALHO (h repotntion it hsi ftpQU
trta IO T-
h. it h. b.. intro
i noretolore rendered it unnecessary with
l Jut Mttij&Z,
" ---.. hoc iu
jUT re rilftflt, J: - .
- rnTTT1 tit a;t
I - UAUailil
kxcbkokd tub hpp.
I PI.Y nrl Ko'ln. , Plivninen nrt
OUDEltS PROMPTLY, w. f..l it .,.
duty, to the class of people who have been
neitner viluho, lor iitit to paj such
Ai bar been deuonded br other miAhinss.
. ii .l T ".mi.i.u.o(
to use all the means in hia powerlto letjllie
I'uhlio know that thev call ifet an iool a
" u" lueJr cuu 8el Kxl
, ., ,, .
QoUrintT Tit t Sill !1 ft !
r. ??''"? w"8 K'en the MOST
r A UKAULii'. yul ICb. in the report of the
Fair at the Kranklin . Inatitul. at I'hiladel-
priia, ana I'JjA LEI) A T THE 11 EA I) of 1
list in point of merit, and haa recelveil ,
r MtM .cvcivou .
THE FIRST PREMIUM
Over all othors, at the State Fairs of Illinois
and Wjsoonsin, and all other fairs at
wnicn ltnaa Deen exhibited. It is
SURPASSED BY NONE
In beauty, simplicity, dtimhilitv nnmilt.
and quality of work, and is, in a word, thk
Machine for the People,
we depena on QUICK SALES AND
SMALL, PKOKiTS, and have therefore
piaeea it at
THH LOWEST POSSIBLE ' PRICE
n ll .j t. . .
ua" ana examine before purchasing else.
where, at tiALKSKOOM,
In Melodejoa ItuildinRS,
IV- E BRAMAN & CO.
N. B. Persons at a distance can rely
nnon having all order promptly filled with
iKarronteti Machines, and full directions
Responsible LOCAL AGENTS wanted in all
parts of the West and South.
Dayton Lodge No. 273, 1. 0- 0. F.
Will held a Fair for the benefit efthe
AT MECKEL'S HALL,
AND WILL CONTINUE BIX NIGHTS.
. or ti
OF TH IN9T1TOTIO O
I. O. O. P
IN THE UNITED STATES, ON
$1000 Worth of Goods
WILL KE SOLD FOR TI1K
Dayton Lodge, No. SJ73, 1. 0. 0. T.
.... DAYTON, OHIO.
1 Fins OolJ, Hunting Kdk. LtrerWateb, $110 00
1 Fine, full Jeweled, 18 carat Lerer Watch, 7J 00
1 fin.fullJew.l.d Isearel goldfaeed L.do. i 00
I Largs gold, hunting ease Lever Watch, 60 00
l Oliver, uunllLg ewe Duplex Watoa,
1 Silver, hunting ase Lever WaUb,
1 Silver hunting oas Levsr Watch,
1 Diamond Hing,
1 Diamond breast Pin,
Solid, Oold Loeket finger Ring,
2 6t An enauiolled Calf Has. at 14. -"
t ins, haavy ladies' gold Cha.Ulame Chain, 30 00
Set Cameo Studs and Sleeve Buttons, 8 00
Heavy, solid boon Ladle,
Hat silver Xabi Entvas, at $13,
r'aniy silver Xua Set.
Panoy silver changeable Castor,
Fancy silver Cake Basket,
One month Clock, .
Eight day Lever Cloek, gilt frame,
1 Fr.noh Comic Olook, fJe. J,
Franco fancy Cloek, No, 1,
French faney Cloek, No, 3,
French fanoy Olook, No. 4, ' '
Large gold llrao.lsli,
1 Pali large, tn painted Braolels, .
1 Pair large Bne Coral Bracelets,
Pair Ualr BraoeleU,
1 Coral, double soil Braeelet,
1 Uold Neokuue, with gold orape,
I Gold Lava set,
I Fin all gold set, ' ' - ' 1
1 ttild Lava set, anile,
Cameo set, '
1 fine ail gold s.t,
eet Oyster forks, at 14,
Spoonbaadle Butter Halves, at tl,
1 Flue gold miniature Breustio,
I Fin all gold Breastpin, ' -
Coral Breastpins, at i,
Cameo HreaxtpinH, at $A,
II I. O. O. . Breastpins, at ft,
I. 0. 0. V. Bow and Arrow Pint,
Letter Q't, solid gold,t f I,
' 10 00
, 10 OU
ODD FELLOWS' FAIR I
""""""nand adaptation or electricity to the liu
day, man organism, will restore them tolieallh. It Is no
permanent cure. nr. Uiamlierlln wonlilsni tothoie
ueriiiii Irom miltuonary coiianui.iiun, emly nn.i
B,',lllle "tanes, ulseese nf ihe liver, cntnrrli, .nil-
?.;.!, .lUUslls, rheumatism, neurslcia, ,ali.tti.t ton
of the heart, Main diseases, piles, skin disease.,
ar,,n", amatiroels. dropsy, stltt joints, conlrneteil
houred multitudes sullerliur fiom the above ills-
KJii'Sf tftriftS !!
compromise with the st mach In way of meilicn
tlie ,u,n., hut relies solely on the vitalizing and all
controlling ii.w.n-olfi.trlf.!,.. u.i,i..i. ...... u. ......
TJIR Autoinfltio (nstor, or IIoune-Kcfp-rr'i
t'rtpnri, ti limply a Hrvolvln( Cantor, wiiii ft
nnmhfr or Fini or Fahi nttnt'linlt prmlitclnR n
; nlMrMit current of ntr dnildi Ivm nwnv Ino Aim hii
imectithp rMili of the IHmifr ThIiIk. '1 h ptluPi
nortoi ?xrf(Mi jnm oi me oiutaitry ciior: nur on
xnimiiun mini lor late ni
8W I hint itnt.
N. B TM will ht foil in! nn Invraliifttit? mltclf in
thf Mirk room) fur funning ami keeping oil' niia.
i . 1
BEAUTIFUL, RICH & CHASTE!
JUST recaivod a fresh invoiee of the latest
andnewet styles or .ir.WK.I.RV, of every de
scription, suitable for the spring traile, at
intiSO al'J Third slie.it.
' Time, Time," Time !
THIS day received another fine assortment
of finlil and Silver Watches, wllh UI'PI.KX
HKTA( IU;) 1.KVKH, and Swiss movements, Iri.in
the most eelebrated tnnkera, at
mhSO lit Third jtreet.
Mlated If are.
AN entire new and cnmploto assortment of
every article nuitaiile for the Table, at
312 Third ktreet.
WILL i reoeiTetl by tbe nndorHinpt up
to April Ath for grounds or grounds nnd hutM
tngi thftrftnn. eleglhly loonted In this city, loi a lare
Publishing and Stationery House, under lease of a
loogtrHi ol years, or perpetual, or to sell. Ample
room and good light will be reunited.
Information can bo had touching the matter of
I n.h2fl-ltf Chairman of Com.
(Journal and Gazette please copy.)
IN HAMILTON FOR A TEW DAT3
WII.l, SHOIiTLY nK IX IUV'I'iiM
THOSE WHO Allli SICK AND CON.
SldenMl Incurahlf who orn nM.-rlno- urtll tmln
and oau tlnd no rellet lor liody or mind who ait
crippled with paralysis rheumatlriin. or frnin any
other cau" who havelieen given up In their pin i
elaiif aa incurable, and hevond the r m h oi tiietli-.il
nAv"?,'w"n 0!',0.r u" ! 'V' Vrr,,,:"M:i
miisi'les, Ulseasts Incident to lenialea, seminal
weaKneas, and nervous and chronic con.nliiints
generally, that his Important tll.coverv In the an
Batter of experiment, doubt nor uncertalntv.as he
from the system every vestige of disease, nud brliiKs
It Into a condition ol health and vigor. Dr. c.'a im
portant dbiooverytndlagnoslhKdlsease by electt Icnl
contact, as well as his method ol application, Is tin
known to medical men, and all others, except the
few who have been instructed by him. As the arent
he employs I. unlversul, so it Is alike applicable to
all disease. The diseased of body and In mil are In
vited to oall and witness the astonishing cures it is
effecting, frequently In n single application. In
struction given to those wishing to learn this mode
of practice. mhl-lwdaw
D. & F. B. SHULL,
UNDER THE PHILLIPS HOUSE,
HAVE NOW IN STORE A LA lit! 10
and desirable stock of Goods, to which they
Invite atteutioo of buyers.
mhIO D. 6. F. D. SHULL.
CIQAR8 AND TOBACCO.
flfin IMPORTED and Domestic C'i
20 boxes and caddie Tohacco,
10 groeg Andereon Solace,
10 " llroneon's Kine Cut,
2 kegs Fine Cut, for lietuiliog.
n. anil f. n. smu.L,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
in BASKETS Champagne,
10 do. Sparkling Catawlm,
10 oaBc llcrmuda .lulip,
2 casks Port Wine,
2 " Sherry do, ,
2 " Madrira do,
2 " Claret do,
f dozen lllackberry Rrnndr,
5 ." Cherry dn, "
t " Lavender do,
3 " (linger do,
5 " Aromatic Schnuppn,
3 " (linger Wine.
10 Mil. Old Hye .V; Bourbon Whinky,
6 " Old Hennessey and (Kurd
The alwve Liquors aro wari-auteil nn,i. n
ale. Families and Dealers are riqiieat.nl tn call
and examine for themselves.
stilu only l,j l,t.
rackag allun or Uottle,
D. anil F. B. SHUI.L.
NO. 94, MAIN STREET,'
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
TS NOW KECKIVINO AND OI'KMNd
a- his large and varied stock of
New Spring Coods,
His stock is entirely complete, cnntalnliiL' many
AIX THE NOVELTIES of the SEASON 1
ft I r.liatomira will lln.l lr in tl.ai. ..i. u . ..
lllOk thrOllffll Ills shH'k. fi,r hla ....irtn,.i.t li ...
large that all their wants can be supplied with en
ure satlslactloil. inh.t
FOR THE SPRING TRADE !
The New Stone Front Store Room,
no. 299 SECOND 8TB EET,
ih30 Dy A MIHI' W HUMP.
Wood and Willow Ware,
HDOSE FURNIBHINO GOODS,
Children'! Chair; Fancy llnxketx,
LOW CABS, CiKIS, AC.
IMPROVED. CARPET SWEEPERS Ac.
Just onened at
No. 2'J9 SkVOND Stkkkt, Hkoonu I'i.dor
jnhil A Nil R EWC U MP.
SCALES AND TRUCKS
PLATFORM AND ( OUNTKK SCAI.ks,
the brat article Iu the market. We sib AKeute
fur the sal of the above Articles. at Manulai.tiiiwr1.
Prlues. J. LANUIIUN k UHO.,
" Main street,