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, .. OXtXTAGE It EGPIOII,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer iu
f IIRNITIII.E. CHAIRS AND MATTItASSESI
ALL OF HIS OWN MANUFACTUREf
I WISH IT DISTINCTLY IJNDKHSTOOO THAT I SELL NOTHING HUT
Mil, substantial work, of the I iM Sa.tern styles, and AM. KHAKI T. .
I am turning my attention especially to Kl KK UHK, !' home Hade, and will Mil IIIKAPK
?. "M "'"'r'i'J'.V'lf:. ....
I have already A rvt.t o CoMM.ItTS S-rocs, to select frose Flrst-elsss , Medium ami (oma.na.le
tnw Wood, Mhoaay and Oxk.
I cordially lavlte all to aad see w, I take pleasure In showing my store, whether penon
C0UNT11Y DEALERS, TAKE NOTICE 1
t wit stipple Tim with a erf Tea art trie if Medium ami Coeieinn Furniture, ml at i nr.. a. )on ra
ny la Ctasiaaatl. I M anf manufacturing evere deacrlptlnn of PLAIN w(iHK,.ui'h at iMiLl.ad
Wind sad Case Seat (hairs, lumu, Tables, K(anda, .,., lor the VI hok.alf 1ia.li-.
Fleas Jlve tm. n t'nil I
W ARB-ROOMS Oil MAI It ST., NORTH OP SECOND, BAST BIDS, HO, SO
factory Wyaadette street, seer Flfta, rjsytoa.Ohle.
jetS-lydaw OHANUt R. KSPK'H.
The Spring Trade.
X7K AHK NOW
lim and well eeleeted stock of New Spring
Good, wkleh, notwithstanding th heavy advance ol
war bought at unusually low prices, which enables
ua to aril than, at our regular low ratee.
Havlnt completed arrangements with an espe-
rleueed buyer who reside in New Vork City, ana la
eaaetaatly la the market, watching for baiyaln.,
which giver ua many advautegee, by our dall pur
chase, ot which wc ahali ba raiieivlnf throuthout
Pints tod Fancy Dress Silks
Traveling; Dress Goods,
Of all dVaertptlona.
Chaaper than yr oflered.
Hoop Skirts! Hoop Skirts!
r.aualau mm fhrrwMi'a MuU-
aire, Victoria, Craw II
nmm rr SI.AO,
And in fact all popular akirla for Idiei and
Miaaea, whioh we will guarantee to Bell 25
par cent lower than oan be found elaewhere.
20 cases Bleached Muslins
AT 00 KUl;lAR LOW I'BICE.
1 Caao 5-4 Pillow Case Mualin, at 12Jo.
200 doa. Linen Handkerchiera, at CJo.
100 do. at 12o, worth 20e.
Challiea 12a worth 2'.c.
1 Caae 4-4 Chintz at 12Jo,
Bajou's Kid Gloves, 87 l-2o. a pair.
Aa handaome a line of
A8 ANY IN THE MARKET, at unnanallj
Supplied at New York Price..
N. P- DOUGLASS & CO.,
South-eaiteor. of Main and Market sts.
mhn DAYTON, OHIO.
March 28, 1859.,
II7R WOL'LD RESPECTFULLY SAY
V to our numerous FaiBSDa and Patroni
that we will, on the above date, Change Oi k
Mom or Doino Uvbinkm, and adopt a strictly
IRRESPECTIVE OF PEUSOSal
And la making the change we will offer such
INDUCENMNTS IN PRICES
that muat and will merit a continuation and increase
Our motto henceforth will be
"Quick Sales and Small Profits!"
We cordially in vita aa examination of our stock.
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.,
aih2I No. 64. corner Mala and M atreela.
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.,
No. 5fi, Corner Jfa and Second Streth,
NOW IN STORE, AND
XA dally receiving, s large and dealrable Btock of
AMD AS THEY ASK ABOUT ADOPTINO THR
are prepared to offer GRIATER BARGAINS than
vet herltlorc. Just rscelved beat atylss
Merrimac. Cocheco and Pacific
Prints; French and English
Byadare Foil da Cbevere,
swarUest Make Kid Gloves, eA 87) cU."wA
n5, JOHN, VAN DOREN k CO.
Handsome sty fen :
Tor 13 3. 16 3-3 sad 30 ou. per ysrd.
New Cash Store
meSS olJOHN, VAN DOREN fc CO
Rich, Fancy Silks,
Rich, Folaxd Silks, . 1
Rich Borages and
Rich Printed Beragen,
RICBIVEO AT TUB MEW
JOHN, VAN DOREN and CO.
IVY OU flee, Is gees onUr sad I very low.
M,l at I. . ttkltKH 0.
Columbus ATenua and Watar Btraat,
NO. Cii. MAIN 5THKET.
II, III H
! H. R. WII.I.IAVg, J. R. WAU.At'K.
VI 1. 1. 1.1.11 S A- 1I1LI..CV.
Real Estate Agents.
OFFll'KON MAIN STHKFT, KASTS1IIK,
Over Smith & Olwin't Grocery Store,
NO. RA, Dayton, Ohio, hare nn hand
a larae auantttv of excellent lamia. iniDroved
and illllliiliroveil. In Ohio. Indiana. Ilhnniii. Iowa
Bll.wur land Kaii.iia.all of whirk will I sold or
eauhanKed lor farm, ol areatrr or Ira. . aua, and If
greater lhadlllerenie will be given in caah.
Peraoualia.liig Heal Kalate to aell, exchange or
rent, will tlml II to their advantage In leaving the
aanie with them, they being old and experienced
CIIEA PlsOPRTY7 "
4( At'KKSof Land, 4 miles from lluvton,
on CiiKlimatl Pike, by Kranklin. Lewi.
Compton will .how laud..
A LSI 1-1 1, acrea, with a line brick dwelling. In a
high atate of cultivation, containing a variety of
choice fruit treea, half mile north of Dayton.
ALSO 16 acrea. IS mlleaS. W.of Dayton, beau
tsa.il) altuatrd. and uf a ilcp rich .oil. 1. uaed (or
gardening and laof thebe.t iu t e country, au.1 con
tains a variuty of fruit trees, aiirulibery, Ac. A
pleaaaut dwelling, wiHid hnilae, .table, well of ex
cellent water and good fence. L.nd cheap and pay
ALSO 40 acre, of land, Ina high atateof cultiva
tion, 4 mllea weatof D.ytou, on tha Liberty Pike,
cora-criba, waifun and plow alieda, good orchard anil
a well of excellent water.
ALSO Hi acre., in aeo. M, Shelby Co , O., one and
a half mllea from Newport, on the canal, a .hort
di.tuni e no-th of Sidney, with ahou.e, .table nml 30
acrea Improved, all under good fence, the balance In
Hue timber, Sidney nnd Berlin roadclo.eto the land,
a achool and meeting hou.e wittiln 80 roil..
ALSO HO acre., iu .ec. 14, In ..id neighborhood,
covered with excellent timber. Both tracta are canal
Unda, aud of an excellent quality, ('heap on time.
ALSO 230 acrea. north of Springfield, well Im
proved, with aultuhle building, aa acre, being cover-
m wiiii ntmvy niuucr, win lie com cneaii.
ai.su w acres, wiiitin i uitleaoutn ol sprlngnelil,
WILLIAMS (t WALLaCF..
A f BOXES of Messina Oranges best
'-KJ and aweeteat ic the World I
Mt Boxea Lemous, beat quality,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Ju.t received at the Fruit and Variety store of
URANUEN1SURG & CO.,
mhli 300 Third Street.
A CAR LOAD OK LARGE AND EXTRA
FINE POTATOliS, ju.t received, in prime con
dition, from the north, and for .ale at lalrprlcea, by
JIJiANDEiXBCHG .0 CO.,
mhli sou Third atreet.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
MILLER & CHARCH,
Xo 08 Jejferson Street, near Third.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED TH Kill
Spring fe. Summer Stj It? s of Gentlenieii's Cloth e
inj Guodi, tin prepared to make to order wearing
apparel ol all lioseriptiona, ou the tliorteatt pottatitile
not.ee, and ou the most lavornble terms.
The Koods comprise all of the most fashionable
and Itttvst styles ntanuiactured. among which are
some ot the haudsouiest ever brought to tills market.
They have a complete asasortnieut of
Of the late.t .tylea, to which they Invite the atten
tion ol Gentlemen.
Their supply of
QENT'ts FURNISBINO OOODB
I. ot the beat quality, and oompriaca every thing de-
Thanarul for paat liberal patronage, they de.ire
their friend, and the puliliutocuU aud examine
rooila, and learn prices.
munl-am.l M1LLKR k CHAHCH.
1859. First Arrival 1859,
Finhe V Legler'fti
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
mhia NO. 183 SECOND ST.
A. GALI.FY, Veterlnery Surceon
Cor. St. Clair aad Second 6treets,
DURING the twenty
mouths aloce 1 have open
ed the atable on Second
aud St. Clair Bta., I have
treated In my Horse In
firmary more thau iouhor
aea aud cowa; of theas
there were many anlmala
which the nuAjority con
sidered incurable', and yet
1 have treated them with
tha verv be.t .uccoaa.
Tha pubile is tUerafore respectfully reque.tcd to
favor me with IU confidence and patronage in the
treatment of Horaoaud Cattle) aud I will apart uo
Thefollowjug testimonial, given under their own
hand., by my patroua, are aulltcieut to prove my
' ' Tl.vviM Cium. Oct. 80. IRA 7
UAYTUn, Ullll,, wui. ill, iwi,
Wa ths under.lsned.oertlfy that A. Oalllj , Veter-
Lrv Surreon, haa treated alck hor.ra for ua, aud
at ws are not only aati.lied with the cure, lie ha
eltecbMl for u., but ws cuu.iieutiou.ly recommend
hid. to all our .rieuiia auu i:i.u.n,niicv. m .11 cx-
W.M. .U-. . ,,,,..! U...Hn ,1.,- I..U....I.
parieneau auu -
B. D. Earshman,
O. a Clark,
U. M llouk,
S. C. Emley,
J. H. Bell,
J. W. Harries,
Rev. A. Anderson,
K. N. Comly,
Great Bargains in
Plain, black silks,
Can be bad tj calling st the
OABB STORB" Of
mh'rt JOHN, VAN DOREN and CO.
Latest by Telegraph.
Latest by Telegraph. The Sickles Trial.
WASHINGTON, April. 12.
T..I.- t ArnL'tKaiu k fir... witm... fur
tl. defend, ws called end examined by Mr.!
Hrsdy. I reside In l'hiliullhiB; tm one or,
the reporter Rr the (V.nKrHiimHiMie; II
. known Mr Sickles tr two or three
.'..,. ha., known Mr. HieVle.K.r.iinre'0""'
than a ysr: viaittnl Sicklca fmitiPiitly. nnil
waa on torma. of frKT.ill.ip with him. Have
known Key aoiii Mvcn oriRllt ypnra; had!
fmiifnt oiirtunitica of knnwiiiu the rela-
tiona that rxiitud bflwoen him nnd Hicklca.
They alwaya hrld towaril Mih other thf Inn
ffiiape and niiiwaraneri of fi lenda. Mr. Kay,
freqiienlly exprca-rd lain frirndxhip fur Mr.
Jonah P. Hoover examined, ltesidea in
Washington and wan formerly V. H. Mnr-
(dial; Key wan my most Intimate, and chrr-!
islied friend tir ten yoaM; first Ixwamp ao-!
iiiainted with Hirktes sonic time after tho
inaiiKiiration of tiuncr'.l l'iuire, and became
intimato with him. 1 think I introhii-od
' Key to SirklcH cither at Willatd'a or at my
! house. The relations which existed lietween
j Key and Wiekles were tlwse of fi iendOiip.
j lie wan examined, in relntion to tlio cor-
resiHtiulunoe lieltvei n Key and Hickles, tlutt
I took pla'rc in 1H07. Key told witness he
had received a note from Si.-kle-i, tvllinK him,
I that go fir a that alfiir was coin-crni'd, ho
J was perfectly salislieil; and; that ho liied
I their relationii would continue as previously,
I (Juration. In your interview with Sick-
leH,wht expression. of kindnccsdid he use!
i He said he hud always liked him; that he
I thoHKht him a man of honor; (hat this thing
. shocked him when ho tirsl heard it, hill,
that owing to Key and witness' repicscnta-1
I tions, he was willing to meet hiiu as for-
Iter. Smith I'ynD w;i-s next exumiued.
Am a clergyman of tho K.piscopal Chinch
reside in this city; knew Sickles and his
wife;- saw him the Suturdny procedinn the!
d.'ath of Mr. Key. It was nlxint live in the j
afternoon. I was coming from thu capital,
in a rarrinifP, with my son. As wo were
passing Lafayette Siuate, luy attention was i
drawn, by my son, to Sickles, who wns pas-,
sing, going eastward. I was struck by his j
apiearancc, and directed my son's attention
to it. His manner was very peculiar, with 1
an expression of wililness, nnd evinced pro- I
found distress. ' I
Hon. I!. . I. Walker sworn. Kilher tenor
. , , . l
twenty minutes niter three 0 clock, 1 saw ,
Sickles in his own house, on the afternoon .
of Sunday. Aa hecamo in, his manner was
excited, strnnnc and unusual. Hie voice w as
somewhat ditlerent from its usual tones. I
He advanced and took mc by the hand. 1 i
think ho then said: "A thousand thanks for
coming to sou mc, unilor these circumstan
He had scarcely repented I hose words :
when I saw a groat change in his njioar-'
ance, Ho became ycry much convulsed ; he1
threw himself on the sofa, covered his face j
with his hands, and broke into nn asony of j
unearthly sounds' the most remarkable I
ever heard, interrupted by violent sobbing, i
Kroiu his ap)cai'auce in writhing' his arnicar
anre to me was appalling nnd frightful. I
thought if il Itisted much longer he must be
come insane. Ho was indulging in constant
exclamations nlsiut dishonor having Ix-en
brought on his house, wife and child, lie
seemed partioularly to dwell on the disgrace
brought ujion his child. Should think this'
continued for ten minutes. I endeavored to
pacify him, but with Tory little effect. I
turned from him to go for a physician, but
he seemed to stop a little and llnally broke
off. The spasms lxxatne moro violent, till
they ceased. I accompanied him to the
jail, and was still alarmed at his condition.
Arrival of the City of Baltimore.
NEW YORK, April. 12.
1 IIO IL-UII.SI.iph Vll V V. llilllllllUIUi Million
this morning, with Liverpool dates to the
HOtliult. Nothing was dotinitely known as
to the Peace Congress, but Baden was be
lieved to have been tixed upon, as the place
for meeting. .England consents to the ad
mission ot Sardinia, by a representative,
without a rote, and the other Italian States
In Parliament, IOrd Malinsbury made
some admissions in regard to Lord Cowley's
Jlission, and expressed the hope that peace
would be maintained.
There was less confidence in peace at Par
is, lenna and J urin, where war like pre
J he l aris Hourse was depressed. 1 he
report of a pending French loan, was sup
posed to have some iiittiicnce ill the depres
The debate on the Reform Hill continues
every night. A vote was to be taken on the
31st. The Ministry have staked their fate
on the issue. The Lilieral journals consider
their resignation certain.
The Peace Congress will probably meet
between the 15th and 20th.
i, i i ip i , .u , i i
Brcailsttlirs closed With a declining ten-
doncy. Richardson, Spcuce Ac Co., quote
Uour with a declining tendency ; prices being
easier uui quotations u icua.igeu.
Wheat dull but steady; Corn dull at a de
Provision market closed dull. Pork dull
and nominal. Coll'oc firm.
Flour dull; sugar steady; coffee firm; tea
American securities slow of sale, but
prices unaltered. Consols SS.'OIOGJi for
money and Ul,'6 lor account.
The Great Billiard
DETROIT, April. 12th.
Tho groat billiard match between 1'holan
and Seureiter.for ten thousand dollars, takes
place to-night, commenciug at seven o'clock.
A large number of persons are in attend
ance from all parts of the country, and much
A Billiard match came) oil last night be
tween Dudley Kavanaugh, of New Vork,
and Michael Foley of this city, the game uf
1,(X) points, and $oOO stakes; wlncli result
ed in the victory of tho former by eleven
points. Kavanagh made one run of 177.
CORNER MAIN AND SECOND STS.,
DAVID HaWrADER, Proprietor.
AVINO SUCCEICHEH J. P. KLINE
tatiun with the public allall not In the leat bu Ul
zonular Hotel, 1 a
to the proprietor-hip of this well-known and
m oeu-ruuneu inai us kooo ruu-
mittitisd 11 uttr mv mioerliitemleiiui
The house has been thoroughly retitted, aud every
possible vouveuieuue added to every department.
The stable, heretofore, will Ixiu charge of care
ful hostlers. inhlo-amilaw
I N retiring from the "Franklin,1
I ol recommending my iricuua
Hou.e while under my administration, to the ne1
aiea due Iroui a laudlurd to hia gueata
taae thl. method
nd natron, of the
proprietor, who will eateud to them all the courte-
n this connection I otter my nuiccn
. .. ...- . " . . ' . ,. :. I l .
! acqualutaucea and the grsi.t public, that has so loi
extended to us S geueioua frlend.hlp and libel
I patronage. JOHN P. KLINh.
thank, to my
Odd Articles uot Everywhere to be
FOOT-SCRAPEHS, boot-iaoks, molasses
ga'ea,fawcatta,gun-lliiit., paatejlggen, malting
ladle., dough-.uraper., beei.teak pounder., .teel
var,l,. aurlua b.Kuce.. tack-hammer., crochet
neadlea. amber bead., hair plus, diaper plus, teeth-
bru.he., uu.i nrii.nea, .1.11a pa.
uiiiniv nrii.ne.. uu.i or 1.1 ea. ai.ua 11a
I S"r,whei.tou. ranr .Uops, packing dl.. , uiop
1 .ucas, 1110 iiieau.i an aiuu. u. v-v"
I and oil cloth for tab., window shades, silver .and
1 nam pries. .anu many unior Hrm-ir- .,iu,r,uua
: to aieullon, for aale by oh aki.ks rum;
I kaat Second street, 4 doors iiom Main.
aO DOZ. BHAKER BROOMS.
TUKT reselveit e doa Shaasr (.rooms, aud fo
Kast 'id stM doors from Mala,
ALL ORDEKH ijiY V unii Kit wnu
Eanulre Torreace or L. WooilhuilJ will
onpily mld by
C. A. STARS
F,.ut..M. sew, per lm.
Uned ,!. ei bush.
" reaches " "
Klmr, per M.I.
KiflM 00(1. 10!
9.W5 per II.. IV
4,K ' " Inei
HO 1 .1X1
Ml I .IM)
5.7.1ra 5,3(1 S.7.r.ffi,g5
Hay SH ft".
Timnlliyawl " 1.50
CINCINNATI, April. 12.
( (a 1, 27.
Klour firm. $4.4()(J,50 for nperBna.
Proviainna buoyant. Me Pork 17,f)0(r IS,.
00; prime i:t,00(( 11.7S.
WheataU-ariV. While 1.4(11,47; Red 1,1 H
Ourn active at irxa HO.
Itye in fair demand at Wi98
Marie firm at uino70.
(lata, (iIIki IH for prime.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, April 12.
Hour advanced. Ohio tG,45a6.60
Wheat Imuran!. WhiU. l.GUI.SO;
Ourn linn l 87(nDM'J for mixed ; White 1,15
fit 1 .2a.
1'nrk firm. Mc.a, f l7,50iglL! Prime,
Whisky dull at 96.
1 1 ofesafe Uroccr,
AND UK ALEE IN
Fine Imported Wines,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
lv a aaneral variety of Fnitla.
He la also agent
Mm- a general vsnnv o. rrui.p. nr mis
rot t,n, ,ie f uid Bourbon whisky,
NO. 301, SECOND STKEET,
Nsxt door to A. Gump's stone front Dry Ooeds
Store DAYTON, OHIO.
100 Bag I Prime Coffee,
50 Bble. Molas.ee B. O'BRIBN.
100 Package Fine Teaa,
1O0 Boxes Tobacco, B. O'BRIBN.
20 Hdt. Bugar. B. O'BRIBN.
74 Boxea Soap, B. O'BRIBN
40 Doaen Buokete, B. O BRIDN.
40 Bbla. Cr'd. and P'd. Sugar,
20 Doaen Wean-boards. B. O'BRIBN.
A large stock of Bplces, Cheese Nuts
and everything that may be needed In
a store of the kind, for sale by
WINES & LIQUORS.
13 Quarter Casks Fort Wine,
20 Quarter Casks Brandies,
2 Pipes Holl. Oln, B. O'BRIBN.
ISO Bbls. Old Buorbon Whisky,
73 Bbls. Fine Rye Whisky,
80 Bbls.Reotlfled Whisky,
Madeira, Sherry, Claret, Muscat, Na-
tlve end Malaga Wines,
j 150,000 Imported Cigars.
N. B As my stock Is now complete and well aa
anrted, I Invite all wh) wl.h to get Fine Urocele.,
Wine, and Liquora, free from druga, to call and we
ma, and 1 will do all in my power to uoiupenaate
thaiu for their trouble.
mhlS E. O'BRIKN.
VAN AUSDAL DIXON & CO.
A RE NOW RECEIVING DIRECT
t. from the Manufacturer, a large lot of new an J
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS &C..&C.
Together with a an aaaortiaeatof
Three Ply, Venetian, Ingrain,
Dutch Wool, Tapeetry, Hemp,
Rig and Stair,
Which for varlety.atyle.qualltyand eairn, cannot
be.urpa.aed) r.nd our stock of Houao Furnlahtag
Uooils is complete.
Linen and Mushn Sheetings,
and Pillow Casings,
Stair Linens, Table Linens,
Linen Towellings, and Irish Lineus,
Napkins, Table Cloths, Ao., Ao.
Lace, Mualin and Damask Curtain Ooofis
Dine, (irsen, Butt and White Holland.. Shades
r ....a-., ,tAa..ril,.inn. lit .11 OrlCCB.
PUTNAM. PKNDULUM A BAILKY'S CUR-
nut Cnrnio a. Baud and Plna, Floor and Table Oil
g0r,,iVlt'3u"slyles and prices,
Mattingj, Yslvnt, Axminater, and Mosale Rags
and Maw, Door and Baggy Mats.
1 vvtt u AliuIgOli AVD WINDOW PAPERS
are mc ui m iiic city.
VAN AUSVAL, V1XONA CO.,
No.S'i Main at., oppoaitethe Court House.
WHEELER & WJL.O
Corner of Tbltd end Jefleraon,
DAYTON, - OHIO.
TK offer the Wheeler Ac Wilson Sewing
VV Machtnea, with important improvement., at
a reduction of t'con former prleea, sod to meet the
.i.m.mi f... . iliiDU. low-nrieed Famllf Machine.
have Introduced a NK.W sfyLK, working uion Hie
aame prluciple,and making tha sains stitoh, though
uot so highly ttutshed, at
FIFTr DOLLARS I
elegance, .peed, nolaelcne.. and simplicity
Kiohim. the beautv and atrsnath of slitch.
f' ALIA. Si ON ou 1 n Diuno, .ifoMiiw hiiriii,
iiaviiiK uo chaiu or ridge on tha uuder aids, the
a Ll K
ami fsaviiig uo chaiu or rluge on tn
hi tnreaii. ami aiii.ii.
or thlune.t fabric, baa rendered this the iaost sus-
thread, ami adaiitahility to tha thicaeat
ua.iul and pupular Suwiug Machine now
At uui vaiiou. ofloe., ws sell at New
11 oa tha earns Machine, and
SENUORCALL FOR A CIRCULAR, containing
a, u,.i,,ii. untcc. wa aell at new vork pri
ce, ami give iu.tructlon. free of charge, to enable
' ourcnaaera w... wemw 1 "-" H
rather, bind and tuck
1 warrant It lor three yeara,
full particulars, pricea, ""V"' . CQ
uiop , lul
i i, M0hiuis have sreat atreu.
J,'!1 a5g.i,.nt of
HUNT, WEBSTER & CO. 8
Improved Tight Stitch
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
silver Medals awarded by tha Virginia State
Fair, Mn.hauica' k'atr lu Haltlluoia, aad Maaaachu-
...II. II.. t K'nlr.
The.. Machines will stltea, hem. fell, hind and
ther. Thev make a strona lock stitch, that oau-
'. I uot be ravelled or pulled out. Thsy maka a beau-
. u,n HUE, Ul
th, are iierfectly
iiieo. easily ao-
Any spool of ootton, thrsad or silk, way he used
Hsin Koldara and Binding Quages, of Improved
style ami llul.h, have recently been added.
All Maclilnea warranted, and full Inatnictlons
given to enable purchaaers to use them satlalacto-
C. C. KNIFFIN, Agent
Ko. S Weat Fourth street, over uaKgs
Jewalry store, ClucUiaati, Ohio.
COUNTRY BOAF WANTED.
THK subscrlbar will pay the markstprice either
sash lor sxohauge or good., lur good hard soap.
B1hj Fast Id St., 4 doors (real Mala.
J. LANG DON & BRO.,
DKAi taa in
Forrlgn nnd Domrstie Hardware
Citrriiigo & Cnbinct Trimmings,
OILOAIll'KTS, MECn A NIC TOOL'S, AC
Nk ai Main at., Dayton, alirn of the Pad Lock.
VKIIICLKslOK EVERY DESCRIPTION
T oa hand and for .ale cheap, at
Old Stanh, oh 4th Strkkt, Hi;t kkm Jkp-
PKkSON and St. Claib.
Ilocknwnyi, Jenny Elnrli,
FhtrtoiiK, Vork Vfitiia,
UnrourlieN, NrlnK Wngons.
I rWork mails to or tar, sad repairing done In
thr brat style, on .hort notice.
is. b. seconu-n.ni. L-ari lagea ana wagona inr.ale
A. B. LtUMAX.
OKO. P. WAI.KKR,
WALKER & LEAMAN,
IttOMCfs at Jjair,
HEAL ESTATE AVENTH,
WILL PRACTICE THEIR PROKES-
v alnn in the acveral Court, of Ohio.
OFFICE South aide of Third alreet, between
Mala and Jeil'eraon, Dayton, O. deci4-a-tlnm
Riker & Hubbard,
Opposite St. Lawrence Hotel, Wster St., Snmluaky.)
In Flah POUNDS, Flah SKINS, Oill NKTS, and ev
ery variety of Hope, Twins and Cordage, u-ied by
-jHrWsrwFRKSH k SALT mil jSlf i.
stSS& AT Wholi.ale. C3S2
Bar.TiMoae a Fais Havci
v M RP.OS
MISS L. F. 1IA0KETT,
PLAIN AND PANCY
Ft. 41 Main at., bttwsenst and 2d,
1LEAC1IINO AND PRKSSINO DON f. TO ORDER'
dect . nlsw
SOLTIIt, W. M. BKLVIL1C
BOLTIN & BELVILLE,
f 1 1 o me if ft fit Xa
AND HE A I. ESTATE AGENTS,
OFFICE OVER WIRE, DARST & FUL
' ler's Dry noods Stors, on Eaataide Main atreet,
oppoaite the Court Hou.e, being the ..me room lor-
mariy occup.eu Dy nir..r.. unuvei. t rAiKiirnu, nun
more recently by Judge Baggott, aB a law otllue.
JAMES H. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
AND NOTARY PUB C,
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
to alt bu.lne.a entru.ted to hia care, in Mont
gomery aud adjoiulngcountlea.
OFFICE, at prosent, with Gkq. M. Youxu,
Justioo ol the Peace; Dayton, Ohio,
W END ELI N WOLF
Wholesale and Retail
KIANIIFACTIJHEU & DEALEIf
"HATS" AND "CAPS'."
HO. SIS SECOND STEEET,
North Side, bttwttn Main and Jefferson
re-All orders will be thanafully received and
promptly attended to. febs-lyd
T. K. WII.I.KD, M. N. WHKATON.
WILLARD & WHEATON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND MANUFACTUBKBS OF
FINE BOOK, NEWS
The HIGHEST Market Price paid for RAGS.
also keep the largest atock of, and aell more
Than any other Home tn Dayton.
No. 326 Xitird Street,
novl7 Nenr Main.
DAYTON INSURANCE COMPANY
Fire and Marine Risks,
.AT REASONABLE RATES.
James Pkrrink, D. A. Hatnes,
T. SOHAPPRR, HaRVRY CONOVKR,
Jno. IIabris, J. R. Yodno, t
JAS. PERRINE, Pres't.
J. R .Yodno, Bbo't. mayl5-dlT
By Authority of the seal State s.
We adjuft Loam honorably and pay them
DWELLINGS AND CONTENTS INSURED
AT VERY KKASON ABLK KATfcS.
I9henix Jns. f7o.,
Merehaute Stores and Stocks at Fair Rates.
setU Agent, DaytonOlilo.
BIIC11 A N A N ,
COAL, wlJn COKE
333 WEST FRONT BTREET,
Lager Beer Saloon',
IN NEW BECKEL. BUILDING,
Jefferson St., 1 door north of ths Metropolitan
U evTJT. Ay res Co.,
Wholesale &- Retail
Ul vuvl luui
Liquors and Tobaccos,
HAVE JUST RECD. AND OPENED
a tins .to. k ol goods In their line
All of wnien they siann reaoy ro ill.io.e o. on aa
RKASONABLK TKRMS aa any othsr ..tabll.huaut
In ths cliy. '
Thay IIIVIM pariiouiar niienTinn .o inair a.oca,
Sngdent of their ability to plaaae. jaull
3tP I A.3XTO S !
INVITES THK ATTENTION OK THE
I public to bis (ns large stock of PIANOS, now on
exhlbiUoa St his vVararoou.
Mo 832 Huston Hall,
oatWty DAYTON, OHIO.
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R.
( linngo of Time,
OasnJsftnr Monday, April II, 1S, antll far
fiirr nett", train, will run aa follow..-
I4ava. Dayton Union Iiapot st g.iv a.m. and
ftp. M. Arrive at tinlna at 1 1, lit a. si. and
7,:,0 p. m.
Laavss t'nlon at 7.4S a. m , and 1,45 p. m,t
arrival at taytnn al !u,ft6 a, m., and S.&n, p. m.
The ft. no P. M, train Iravtns Itaytnn, mnltea clo.s
cnniiis-lian at tfiilun wll li (he kxpre.a train on tha
Bellehinlalne rosil, for Initianspnlia, cnnnrctlnr on
lla arrival with tralna for l..rarettc, Terra Haute,
and all pniula we.t, mil Ih and north Heat.
Fur tlrknta and further Information, apply to
Samuel W, King, Uancral Ticket Ageat, l-'nioa
Depot, nth Btru.t,
II. C. 8TIMS0N, bnp'l.
Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R.
iTiT "B wcw iaiiJ5 raw rw i e raw n
till. 5. ": a t trf "IW aar.
CHANOK OK TIME.
OK ami after Mumlay April II, 1859, Paiian
gar T rain a willl aavetheothi trsa I Depot, Uay
At .00 a. m., 8 i a. in., 4,(10 p. m., and 7,lt
Will laays Cincinnati for Dayton, at t.Ot
a. m. 8 00 a, m., 4.30 p. m. and 6,00 p. in.
Tha 7 ..si. P. M. train suuth will .top at Uarlltla,
Midilltowo, llamiHon and (llsudnto, onlv.
apiO OAN'IEL MoI.ARKN.Sup't-
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat
Q I K The Mail Trun leaves the Oth St.
O, 1 O Deiot at 8,16, at Crbana, 10,00, annnrcta
with train lor Ciilunil.ua. and at Civile with train
for t Iceland and the Ka.t) al.o with train, lor lo-
iedo, Detroit and Chkago.
HI K SECOND TRAIN Cleveland
I O Kxprc ., by way of Sprlnglleld and Del
aware, and all Ka.tern point..
ry OA THIRD TRAIN Night Express
I ,OU arrive, at Sanitu.kj-at4.to,conneetlngwtth
tralna for Cle. aland and the Ka.t.
I nihJ-tf JOHN H. HUDSON, gilp't.
on i o
Photographic temple of Art
COR. MAIN AND THIRD BTS.,
T HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THIS
1 well-known Uallery with all the Improvements
nfthe rhfitotri antilo Art. and have maile It theniost
1 coinnlete and attractive In the city. 1 have procu
' red the right to tisetheHolar Camera, the most hn-
port ant Improvement tn I'hntogrtiphy, and am pre
' pared to enlarge to Life Size on Canvass oi PajMur,
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, or Min
Of any kind, and have them colored In Oll.Crnyon,
Wat(r Color, or India Ink, by the very best Artist.
Those having small picture of deceased friends,
can by the above process, secure a correct and dura
ble llkent'ss one that vlll be valued at all times.
I have associated with me In the Photographic de
partment Mr. O. P. FINCH, one of the best Artists
In the United States; and cordially Invite all to call
and examine his Npcclmens recently enlarged they
spcuk for themselves.
fray All work warranted, or do charges
will be rondo,
mhl T. J. ROBINSON.
Now Open ! Admittance Free !
Now Open to Visitors & Customers.
I - Rooms on Third street, 8d door, Kast of the
Kx.chaiiKe Biaiik,and Immediately over Mory a Co.'s
boot and Shoe Store.
Havlna; lensed the above Rooms for a term
years, and Ittted them up with a large nty-light.ex-
pressiy lor riioiorapnic purposes, i wouiu tuiurin
my old customers and the public that I am now pre
pared to luriiitih all who may desire It with Pictures,
which, for truthfulness of delineation and beauty
finish, can not be excelled. Call ut the new rooms,
ami If yoado not receive perfect satisfaction, no pay
in ue requircu.
Corf. sb; I'iutlrks taken at reeidenoefl.
try- Hnoms open from 7 A. M. till S P. M.
fetil-am S. BBALDWIN
IIKNKY L. URUWN, A B. IBWIN.
BROWN & IRWIN,
DEAIiERSIN JUNIATTA 1 RON NA1I.S,
Steel Anvil., Vices, Bellow., Flic., Spring, aud
Axlea, iu all their varieties, and Manufacturers
of stoves and Hollow Ware by moat approved pat
terna, all of which will be sold outhe moat reaaon
We are the auccessors of Samuel B. Brown. athis
old ataud on tha corner of First aud Mill streets,
Head of the Basin, Dayton, Ohio. Our fuundery
at the foot of Ludlow street.
Itlnuulucturers & niavltiiiisls,
Will nnd at BROWN fc IRWIN'S a general as.ort
uieutof Heavy Biirand Slab Iron Steel, etc.
Will lind at BROWN fc IRWIN'S the beat of
horse Shoe, and Nail Hod Iron, File., Ra.ii., Bel
low., Vice., Auvil., aud other Tool..
Curriiigeuud W agon Makers,
Will tlnd at BROWN 4 IRWIN'S a large aa.ortment
of Dandy, Uugsy ana wagon J ire, spring., axics.
Hub llauilH, carriage anu lire nun., eic.
Plow and Harrow iUakerti,
Will tlnd at BROWN and IRWIN'S a large assort
ment ol Slab Steel and Slab Iron, of varioua aizes.
Will lind at BROWN aud IRWIN'S largs lot
Hoop and Baud Iron. leirco-uawiy
I. N. GREEN
WISHES to say to his friends and cu!
tomera that lie la now receiving, In addition
to hia varied atock of Uroceriea, a large invoice of
Seasonable 3ooils, such as
Choice Sugars, Powdered, Crushed, Granu
lated, (Jlaniiea, . u. ana c.rown, mo
lasses and Syrups of diBerent kinds;
Coffee of every style and price,
Rice, Dried Tonn. Peaohes,
Peeled do.; Dried Ap
ples, Teas in
Or Small Caddiesjverynne, and a low prices.
Sugar-cured Uains, Sugar-oured Heef; Ger
man and No. 1 Soup, Fancy and Tran
sparent do.; Prunes, Plume, Eng
ish and Dried Cherries, ante
Currants, Figs, Kiiains,
Oranges, Lemons, No.
1 Mackerol, Hali
fresh and Cove;
Pest brand Flour,
PotntooB, Ac, &o,
His stock Is large snd complete, and he Is prepared
to aell at WHOLESALE or RKTA1L price.. Tho.e
wiahlng anything In hia line, will do well to call and
examine hia Btock. Ne. SIS south side Sd St.. Day
ton, Ohio. rebo
tit-Kin i EARS7Ai:Z.
LONG and short handles Ames' shovels,
ahovel. without handleat apade., manure foraa.
abukuig fork., hay-fork., hoe., with and without
handle.-, garden hoe., gardes rkes, with and with
out handle. Oeruian aicklea, garden trowela, mat
tocka, picka, axea, hatchet., .aw., drawing kulvea,
augur., ulilaela, trace, breaat and halter chain., be
.idu. a kood lutaoi-tmsnt of kul ve. and lorkn. Mjiuon.,
., lor sale by i:HARLl:8 POST,
Rest 2d street, 4 doors from Main atreet.
' . , 77-. KMI'JLOYMENT.
(C-KH A MONTU, & AM, EXPENSES
$0U paid. Au Asenl i. wanted In every town and
oounty lu tne unucu iaie.,vucuBia rcii.-ci-able
aud ea.y bu. inc.., by which the above prnttta
may be certainly realized. For further particular..
aihlre.a un. n r-nr. " . '.
Hroomeaud Mercer .tract., New Vork city, euclo.
lug one postage alauip. mh'J-Snid
A GOOD Cabinet Ware and Furniture Var
niaher and Kinlalier wanted. To a tir.t-claiia
workman steady employment will be given, ou ai
ntlcatlou to the Furniture Ware Roonia of
1 O. R. KSHICH,
mh 34 Bd St., east of the Post OUIce.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
OH BOXES iuat reed.
ilJ Isbl D. av F. B. SHULL.
I Barrel Dried BlacUb.-rrlcs.
A NICK article, just received, and for
alsby t'HARLKS Host.
febe Kast Second st., 4 doors from M.4n.
TAYLOR'S farm bells; alto dinpsr belli,
dlltereut sixes sow and sheep bells, for sale by
Kast Seeond street, 4 doors from Wain.
10 11 new Hallkut test of the season.
at I. H. fJHKRN'l.
Arrival of Spring Stock !
TO OCR JOllBINO TRADE. Wa will
M&ly y we are oa 1 n4 with a lanre .toe. of
Common P.ariiien ware,
Iiow Priced (llaae,
Ijooking Olaraea, A,,
In tine, white and Fancy auine Ware, we have
New.t stvle.. Pleaae favor ua with a call ws
Snow our W.rss will .uit you all. And if you want
MUCH, or but MTTLK, why our Bow Ju.t auits
y0'" '"TkcKLER. REMLRY MAXTOM.
TO OUR RETAIL TRADE. We afe now
1 prepared to .how vno almoat every thing made
la theCtUKKNSWAKK Una. In
Tan and Dinner Bete,
Wehavsall the New gtvlea, of different qualities
and made Uold Band Wars we have It new and
Which wethlnk Is sxtra Hnei
And unlea. you ara nut Inrllneil,
Wa snow jnu can m:' up J""r mind
That wa and our ware,
A good recommend will bear)
Pleaie glveua a call, and ws will convince you sll
that our Prlcsa and Wars with any competition
Our Terras are as cheap as the cheapest!
HECKLER, RKMLKY A MAXTON.
25: I I -a 1
II 1 si.
Oo C ) 1
' v"v 2 2 Si?
UJ I " rrrs?ij "1 W
JUST received s large assnrtinent of Coal
Oil Lamp., with Improved BurnerB, anil new
atyle., .uitable for church, Store, Parlor and Kitch
en purpuaea, in variety.
Olaa. Nu. pending Lamps Large and Small Burner.
Bin.. ' " "
" Side " " "
" and Ola.. Parlor" " ' "
" " Kitchen " " "
Britannia Parloror Pulpit) something new and good.
Praoiet Lamp., Large and Small Burner.
Pending " " '
Hand " '
We al.a keep a large atoi k of Lard Oil, Fluid and
Camphene Lamis, Ula.B and Paper shades, chim
nlea, Wioklna, etc., etc., which we oner for sale at
Ub'CKLKR, RRMLRY A MAXTON.
CRATES OF QUKKNSWAKr.,
aow laading atCinoinnati. psraosamsr
Winrlow, and at New York, var ahiu Afriea.di-
rset from the pottsries of 8taffordbir.,Kngland,
eonsitllng of ths following article..
18 orates of Coumoa T.aa,
IS " " Plates,
10 " Bakers Dlahss A Nails.' ,
8 " " Pitcher, and Tsa Pitt,
8 " " I'lut.d Tasa,
T " " " Pistes,
14 " " White Tsa Ware,
U " best
14 " fansy u.w Patterns do.
Ths above good, are exprea.lv ordsred for this
ntarkst, and will bs sold by ths erate, st Esatsra
prices with addition of frsight. efsrchantsln want
of Qneeusware, will pleass esll and azamlnsour
stoek bel'ors purehoseng elrewbsre.
WOLF A BARLOW,
aprlt Importers, Thlrdstrset.
TUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF THE
J above lamps, with and without ground globes.
torssieoy osnisj wuLr a sahluw,
Oregon Saddler Shop!
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c,
MITCHELL & M' GAUSLAND
Corner ot Fifth & Wayne streets.
Manufacture and keep eonstantly on bant every
Of the best material and make.
It is the onlv house in this eltv that manufactures
CURLED HAIR CASK COLLARS.
We return our slnoerethanks for nsst favors, and
respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
cmsena ana farmers are eoruiauy invited to eau
and aee us. MITCHELL k Ml OAUSLAND.
DeCoursey & Goynes, '
Fsahlonatile Barbers and Hairdressers,
Basement of Xunday's Hew Building;.
South- West Corner of Jefferson and Market.
HAVING fitted up their rooms in the best
style, they are prepared toattend to ths gentle
men of Dayton iu the Shaving and Hair Dreasing
line in a very auperlor mauuer. Thsy are aow
running three chalra. They only a.k a trial, and
are eoutldent they can please all who give them a
Strengthening Plasters ! !
THESE VI listers are excellent remetiiea
tn eases of pain and weakness tn the side,
breast or back; also rheumatic affections, coutrhs)
asthma, sprains, bruits, and kidney or spinal sltec-
tlons. The Arnica, Uaihanum, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, by
8. A. GRIFFITH,
and supplied to dealers and druggist on a Rood
terms as any manufacturers in the United Slates.
GOAL! GOAL! GOAL!
The Ferry Co. Coal Go.
ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
Ooal direct from their Mines In Perrv cruulv. tu
thesltlsens of Daytou.
Lump Coal 15o. per Bushel Delivered.
Pea Coal 13 "
Screening do 11 11
OFFICE On Wayne street, near Swing-
W. J. NUOENT, Sup't.
I TAKE the liberty of informing the citi
sena of Dayton and .urrounding country that I
am yet located at the old .hop, Third street, oppo
site the Poat OIHce. Anything you mny have to do
in tha Tinning bu.lne... will be thanklully received
at this tlms, aud promptly attended to.
mhl JAMES KKLLV.
l. nussASD. w. s. aoaiH.ov.
CASH DRUG STORE.
120(DjAalnEait8ida,bot.Markt A4th tt
Hubbard & Robinson,
AFTER HAVING TRIED TUK CASH
system for one year have heen induced by their
success In the experiment and the liberal patronage
of their many friends and public generally to In
crease their stock one hundred per sent, which now
embraces all of the popular medielnee in use.
A tine slock of fancy goods, consisting In part ot
the very best cologne, hair oil and pomades in great
variety, genuine urown Windsor, Houry, pouclne,
transparent, and every other klud of soaps. Tooth,
hair, cloth, flesh, shoe, white wash, scrub, stove,
heuse, window, paint and varnish brushes of every
style and price. Kine cigars and tobacco, coiulas,
pencils, oil paints, white lead, enow white sine.
Varnish of every color price and quality. Pure
Brandy, wines, and other liquors for luediclual, nie
chauioal and saeiaueutal purposes.
Dr. Ludluma sped tic. Together with everything
belonging strictly to our business, (ha vine no de.
slreto infrluge ou the business of our neighbors) to
all of which we respectfully invite the attention
f the puoiio, omieviiig wist our moae oi doing
ouatn'se, (both buying aud selling for cash) enable
us to otter b.lUi- goods, and more of them for the
same money, than auy house In this city. Call aud
see. rme io. oi tsuury uimi, suQ H)SO me nxtures
fur birdcages also birdseed. jeit4
To the Fashionable Public!
THE undersigned haa now, and has had
lor the laat two weeks, the
Spring Style of Milk aud CassU
They srs certainly a very nice styls of drees hats,
for Gentlemen's wear. Ail other kinds of soft hata,
for man aud boys. Alao, cape ol all def rlptloos la
abuudaiieej cheap, for ths "ready Juhu.
Call at w), Third street, .
uih B. FAVORITaV