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SATIS CLASKi ?UIT0E rROfBIITOl.
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ThartJay Enlog, My 5, 85.
( JUcAilinir M itier on Every PKi."1
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afcKur Lnoals, Telepraph. and other
mailer, or interest shd It.lnrinallt.n, ace
I'lrsl end Fourth f (fp.
Democratic County Convention.
Th.lte.r.!. of H-m, ..t,
)hrn.ifil In meet in M... Convention.
at Becks! Hull, In Dayton, on Satiirdi y May
"lat, it S Vlnck, P. U . for tht ptirrNM of p-
poinUnft rln dfUKKa ..! Hrnii to Ilia
Dunocralic Slat t'nnvenli.in. to rirld al
Cnltimhnt nn Thuradajr, May SWih. A lull at
iridadcai la rrqiiaatrd from rrty Ward and
Tawnahlp. Bf outer of th Denmoralic Con.
B. M. AYRES, Chr's.
THOS F. THRESHER, Sec.
Backing Down—Unmasking.
Th.telejr.ph Inform. ..that 0.. "State
CVntral Oonrnitlw of the Slate Ri.hu Damoe.
; rw"of Pnn.rlv.nia. met at Alton.. reaUr.
lay. Forney pmiitad,
To the inluau-d, the
piereditift aliople aenteueeof two word, would
indicate Ida character of the "Rial Riiihta De
mocracy, tud would warrant ua in gitina; .1
nott any concelrable oullandiah report of tae
proceedinya, with a probability of it being be
lifted, provided it waa abule of Ihe Treaii
lent, and toiachieroua to the beet intereata of
the National Democratic Orxaninlion. We
will not, howerer.eaaay to 'Vet up" any IhiiiK
on the affair which ia not jiiat'fied by the pro
reeding.. The Ferity rath ia too groa for
e.ilnrlnv.
The firat reaolre of the duimitlea waa to the
efT.-ct that "it ia inexpedient. ( lAe ptnrmt
time to noVinate a State Ticket!" It proba
Wy occurred to theee rtlole Kighta (rrademen
that pubic aeotiment la tha old Key Stone Slate
waa not quite pm:reraot enough for their pnr
poaa. Their Harrialiurg Convention waa a fail
tire; wbea they railed for a allowing of traitor
hand., they ascertained that the maaaea were
not prepared to make open protamine of their
abaiue. We have no doubt Forney it Co. had
"private aaeurancea" from prominent aura head
in different parte of the State that the "people
Were all right;" that they M Were not only will-
li'lt, hut aniiona, to join (lublicly ill thehuvi
; andery afainatthe Adniiuiatration, or they
wonld never nnva ventured npoa that, yonven
lion, which ahowed lip their rl7'oil-ff"jliairaijnt'-i,
completely , The people of- P.'iinyWaui will
not make fool f th'itiji.jjajw plea'ae k'oriirjy
'- A Co.,and Wfinferfroro tw. 'rengliitioD giver.
. ttiat ilietrhilorn arr aware.that" Ihetr frame ia
w-v:r" ?: ; '
' Jfiteae-wa alty thlo-t-eraui.. Miow thai
- mav,... .. i.i'iTrAilaJfyuHt niV compelled
- to'lvackMlow from their p.
- - ; . w -
friend. of populai wweiiiiii'yrw Tot fnrTro
randitlatea atthe cominjf ami -futuie rleciiona
' for County, State and N alhio.l officers a ha re
' luse to eland clearly upon tha docttinea pnf
miil(ated by tha Harriamirg Convention I" -ajajpts&'ji'is
certainly mild. We .ee noVhio((forrui
' - dable in that; it ia very tame, coming from
' the State Central Coram I lieu of a formidable
fnvrry'1-. "Inempedtent lo get up a Bute ticket."
auel stsiery recouieaand the people to rote -with
the Opposlliopl This ia, we presume to be
the end of tha Foruey farce. - All democratic
diairuiae will, we are ted lo eoDclude.be thrown
off hereafter. .
t It it now plain to the moat obtuse mind that
.V', the object of the Pennsylvania mischief makers
. baa been all along to diatract the democratic
parly. Every more they have made has shown
that they do Dot desire harmony, but discord.
They have not made the first move toward a
reconciliation of any difficulty real or fancied;
hut they hart displayed throughout their ca.
rear of torn foolery a desperate itching for fixht
Having beeu fulled iu every prominent attempt
to disorganize the Democracy in the Old Key
mnne, tney now propose to issue au .uiiiVta
to the people of Pennsylvania" touching the
"matterawhich lay near their hearts," which
will, we predict, be the Itst official act of the
"State Rights Democracy of Pennsylvania."
The "business of the late firm" will then be
- settled hy "Opposition A Co."
. The diaaffected spirits in other States, whose
fforlsto. distract the Democratic rarty have
beta given a like direction with those of For
; ney A Co., will, we hope, come to the conclu-
' Man that further attempts at working mischief
are futile. - The disorganization game is"plade
out," and those who are wise will drop it. The
Democracy throughout theeouutry have deter
mined to form a harroonioua union, aaliafied
that a democratic administration of govern
lueut, even though not perfect, ie better a thou,
aand fold than the very beat Opposition admin
istration could poaaibly be.
An Anniversary.
Seventy years ago to-day, commenced the
tnuat important politioa) moveniesl iu Ku-4
rope, einot tha revolution- W ill barbarieav
elemeota and their reconstruction u&der the
power of Charlemagne. On the 5th of May
17K9, the deputiaa of tha Statee Several aa
aembled at Paria. Thia convocation wai the
initiatory ttep to that wonderful revolution
which (hook tue foundationi of all the
thronee in Europe, and which now influen
ces, by its logioal reeulte, the politic! und
deatiniee of a continent Lou it Napoleon,
who it to-day the moat formidable aovereign
ia Knrope, ia the grand-child of that devo
lution. 11 profaaaedly derivet hit title tee
imperial power from tha will of tha people
of France. H claimed, nothing by the mere
' sight V I'lood, except a thorough knowledge
of and devotion to the system of ideas which
made Franc so glowing under the first
Kmperor. ;
Hit recognition as sovereign of France, by
the other powert of Europe, it a historical
vindication of the lile nnd political system
of bit uncle. It it illustrative of the tri
umphant march of great idea bow no
ble nation, exhausted by heroin axertiout,
and compelled to suffer the indignity of for
eign intervention, tnrviving the temporary
disgrace, arises, after tha lapse of years, in
the reouperative power of a new generation,
atrikea otf the ehacklet that foreign foree
imposed, upon her, and stand a forth to vin
dicate her independence by reestablishing
the very eystem that her combined enemies
conspired to put down.
Whatever may be laid nf particular aott
of taut Napoleon ia the attainment of Im
perial power, i( it the result only that has
historical importance and poateaaet national
aignifioance. II it not lb originator of th
system bt repreaenta. That was th work of a
geniut as far tupjrior to that of Charlemagne,
as th condition of Europe in the eighteenth
nd beginning of lb nineteenth oenturiee,
wa superior in development to it condition
a thousand yean before. But be hat closely
studied that system, and repreeentt it faith
fully and ably, its leading idea ie th g-
grendiuttueu! of Fraaot, ber MUblishment
a th leading, controlling power of Kurop.
Tb fin) npolton wt eomptlltl, ty th
tbe works nf peace. II ia un. le would have
J jon, , bll, fillt ....j , r)m(, ,
I till Ion after hi death It came
"h'n. ',' Ttiilleri,.
I b '''J P'.p..lai, .a ISIS,,
)i -J.'ep in the lrjrpN
oircumatanoet that surrounded liim, to do
.1.1 I. .. 1 1 . .a 'I ! I U 'I l - .
.j . .. . i uiu , i item Hal n.n
capital rity on tha continent whose walls
were ni 'i!!kcn lv lbs thunders nf his vie-
torinos cnmvin, Ni.t only over nil Europe
hut even in Africa an. I Asia he carried (rl.
nmphantly tha tr-i-coliir, which had been
baptised the standard of (lit Kcpublio in
tilt Moody revollltinn of Tllil N'ltnoleon
i lookt lo the tfc.-randir.?!C;it of
and whn thtit )li't.'t-.. family of It.Mirlinnn.
wliotn thft Allicfl lift J r-ft:itililir(j on t ho
.hrono of Kranoe in HI'-, wrro driven from
it, u llajr liaj bean liflj Tra licfure. 'I ll Hi
VMt rraniVa first net of tlt.it.iu'6 to tl.
powwrt vrhonf) troop ltd J light their omnp
Area in the recta of her capital in 11 "
Next came the eMuMialiinent of the lirpuli
He then tha Chief Magifttrucj fr jp .ru
then tha aoqniMcenoe tn the reconstruction
'"'"P'. " nw,e,en, ,
I nM,ty of It.. Imperial title of tin l)r.t
Kmperor by the aaamnptii.n
the aaeiiinption of the ti le
ut NH,," I". 'T nephen!
Theae acta ticoeaait i-ly cnnaiitutn the
proudeat vinJication a nation hit ever made
of tlio career and policy of a liuli-r. Their
hietorical lanuae ia n repiidintimi of the
I...U It . ... a l ,i. in- I .
whole policy purauej by (he Allied m..n
aTohicaofKurope.from the dute ol the uuui-
ifoato of llie lnke of Itruniwi. k, until the
final ratification ofvil'uinioa by tlie treaty of
Vienna, in ISI.i, anil a tribute tn the wiaj.nn
and aaftaoity of Nupoieon and hie Kdelity
to the honor and intnroate of l-'ranco.
The present condition of Kuropenn poli
ties cannot be of very Ion-; duration. The
alliance of France and Kn;lund to check
ltueaian advances upon Turkey hue accom
pliehed ill purpose. 1 1 in "y;ci officio.''
Napoleon anid at St Helena forty years nno,
that tliia would be the only contingency Unit
would ever bring about a einoer alliance
between thoee two nation. . Hut what is
there upon which to predicate its ontiucen
cira ? The spirit of rivalry between them
la the growth of centuries. It is insep-irii
ble from the existence of eitbct.w l.oui. Na-
poleon rosy exchange visits wild the tj-iet-u
of England, an,, c.cvivi hor ifitli Imjii-rinl
roMpniticeni and wuntesy nt bis prund de-
Frouoe atUX funklea flin defeat nf WatrioQ,
aod.Jiltter (till ie the recollection nf the slow
murder her chosen iovereiRn by
mone r.rmnil, on H naked rock Vfitliio- Uie
Tropipsv.1 Ihevfti kwq thinL-a will never be
WiW . rorKfr.'nor forijiven-i-iLjia if
WiJ'ZmJUlXJ uch .in-.War.. bs -
. -V . . . - - "ir . ...
rroBr-sr-re-ry inrar.tarn rrrTTam'Tlo ttveTioellif
disaster of Waterloo, and to pjva tli
,.f i.. .:i...t ...i .1 i i.'
TI.A tcatiliit;,.;.. t'l..r CnaVa tUlVt.tt. f
May, 17S9 in Kurope is not vet ended. Its
ermrt hnve not yet been rectified,1 not he
ultimate result established, lit principle
was essentially Republican. ('irciiiuxUn-
eetand the policy of its enemies compelled
it to aseuma the form of a military di.'tnt ir
ship. It survived thu restoration ul' the
Uourboni iu 181". and exhibited ittell'in the
popular demonstratioD of July IS3D when
Louise I hillipe was made Kins of the
French, lie betrayed it, and had to eeek
refuge in Kndund ; again it asserted itself
in effort, to establish, the Republic but
again circumstances have diverted those cf
forta and the result is the resent Imperial
lystem of France. It has yet to pitas out i
this phase, but there still remain great re
sults to be effected, before it becomes estab
lished in n new und more permanent hvs
tew.
Tub Mkxioan Mrdlkt. A letter to a X.
V. paper contains some very interesting par.
ticulars on Mexican alfairs, from which we
make tome selections . "I believe the timri
ly action of Mr. Mulune has nonlir:ned Mex
ico in her American policy, 'l lie best evi
dence of my conclusion is found in tint hI
filiation of the two parties and iu their cun
oessiout. .luarex uflicers his army with
Americans; Miramoa (ills his stall' and en
gineer corps with Frenchmen and ("lemmas
Juarex patronizes the Tehiiuntepec Compa
ny, while Mirauion smiles upon the .li-rker
grunt. These things ore too patent to pass
unnoticed, and therefore, they signal the im
tentiont of the respective parties. Wo up
hold the Liberalists, und the Anglo-French
alliance adheres to the Conservatives every
where not lest in the City of Mexico thtiti
in Vera Crux and Minatitlnn , for while we
are expeoting advantages on private contracts
frorn Juarex, English subjects in this place
are looking to Miramon for similar privileges
ihe distinction is evident in tlio smallest
mutters.''
Dii-ficlt.t to EscAPr The Courier and
Enquirer (X. Y.), through its I'aris corres.
pondent, thus putt an argument ou the p no
tion of the Aiistro-ltaliani-uestiou: ''Now,"
Austria taya, "1 thai! not give way nor re
scind au acre nf my ltulian possessions, I
stand npon my bond, upon my rights guar,
antied in 1815 by you, France, England,
Russia and Prussia, If you insist upon my
renunciation of eovereignty in Zialy, I thai)
oall upon you, France, to restore Algeria to
AUl El Kader, you, England, to restore Ire.
land to the Irish; you, Kuseia, to retire from
the Urand Duchy of Warsaw, Lithuania,
Ao., and you, Prussia, from theCrand Duchy
of Poson, and thut reestablish the Kingdom
of Poland. To you, Piedmont, I offer no
explanation. You enter not into the cate
gory of great European powers." "Here's
a fill'' suith our ooteuiporury; and so say we.
How are all these difficulties to be recon
ciled!
A KistiofTkusTiNu is aSiun. Tho fuo a
in regard to the breaking up of a Methodist
Conference in Texas, the expulsion nf Bish
op Janes, have already boen made public,
but there is one incident m the affair which
is not generally k nowo. When the Hishop
was cornered by the mob he resorted for uid
to th Masonic sign. Key I. Itluckford, in
a report of the Coufereuo to one of our
Methodist exchangee, says :
"Tht Hishop had, in the hour of extremi
ty, given the Mason io sign, the rabble dis
persed, and the Conference was permitted tn
clot iti session."
- Hyokopuouu. A writer in ike Provi
dence Journal furnishtt the following pro
scription for hydrophobia : "Eat th green
shoots of asparagus raw, sleep and presta
tion will be induced, and the disease can
thus be cured in sny stage of canine uind
ness.'' A wan in Athens, Greece, was our
td by this remedy after the paroxysms bad
commtootd.
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CHAO. E. CLAUKD,
Warn a r
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KSTATi:
AM 11 ..
(.I.NKIIAL A(.I.NT.
WILL buy end sell on Commi.eion K.-al
F.ta.eofall kind.. Hond., l-and Warianl.,
! a inana. Will La-ata ljn.t Warrant.. I.iai.rr
0TlCt Wllh T. J . . SinHh, Biq .,
Mu. ti..n.iin. ikiKi.i.i
CITT PHOPER1 Y 1 1
jfinfitim m. n.iniiRMni i in mi mtir, itfloW
Hi mukiI Kifthiv ilium tl.
Vi'imtt t.- Hiit. unit I.! h'ttvr Wrri, north
Mlf. tliMiko, 1 iv.r-.t( r Hi Irk
i.irfff ami run v f ihi hI, Iai) -vx Jtio,
Himrn fit.O,tmii0 Hnpnv l. Rrli-li
Hot is- kdiI Uri;o l,nt. 1HKM',
Hfitmi t. I'ornrr (if Ann, Two itury iNniMr
Hi Irk llntiw, v.Mnt I llatr, I'll.
I ttrti, Ae. Will r nt U av iu
pfr ot n t . on ttif Int riimont.
M.'lKintiiijhtt.' fptttite tlnrr. Tu'o-itor.v Krm
ltnc lit buxlMi.
I'Hth at. 'trnirof Munt.)iiitry. Klin' lt.
Jtm.-aH Krr.nir Hoiiac,
A l.iltl
roll I V l.ur-'-on the Hill letw.-rnl an.l fllhatt.,
ami a larve miint-eroi va.-ant l.ola
'".'i'l'i'l'.'.'' 'LV "' J'" X'"
,rlr ' ' .inn lor other
l'"'lH't lls. i.. i.akkk
(I"'. HiiII.IIukI m ;t.
, , i . .
I lid llCe lur UllMIH'SS lUVrstllieill.
Wit, I, be mil. I chi-vp nr ei-liiini;e.l for city
tro-ert,a .lock of llry ;notla antt t;rm-erle.,
nfari new, l.iireiiier WHO Ihe l.uil.lllia.a iwo ilorv
, i,,i-,i.mi.i a man viiiayene,.r i.ai..n. n..,
a";"rJtimnK "x """"" w'"'
toe ataml It a s..al one, with a .ihI run ol l.u l-
npii, ani llie a.Mia all.lralrali'e. I In la a lare oi-
Hrlu nit , where hut little or no hiui) la r.iitrrl.
I HAM. s. ri.AKKK,
a.r-.'l fal K.lale Ai(.-nt, 'DiiiU alreet.
Flas Mill for Sale.
Til K hime Mill built ly th.i "Dn.vt.iii I'lux
- tO.,"W
i tli ii acre, ol aroiin,. t. ort.-ie.l h.r
at a Mra-atn.
1 1 n.i an .lit in"), nin-rv ni-u.-aaary lor uointf
l:.re bu.uie.i, c ,.-t.- nn.l In k.h,.I order. The
property will l,e aohl on the moat rea.ionaMe term.
ull Mlntll, all.,.. I.i I'HAM k I'lAUkk.
april
Heal Ktate Audit, Third atlvt t.
OUT LOT. " "
A KINK Lot on Steele' r II ill, ponlninine
t' acre. .teaiitifnllv -.ttuale.1 will l-e nold
cheap, on application t.t
I'HA-i. V. Cl.ARkK,
aprln Heal Katate Agent, fc! street.
cur propehtx-.
flHK llirva new Heinle Dnr.illtnir Ilo.tun
L built hy Hfnry Klmn.oornerM.i'lrlr and Wa-
terstreetit. Tin- ftoiine i. very ouniioodinn.: fur
l m.h.tdwlth'tlieAe.acHtiiu'y eonveniuje. and apidlan-
geainr nomuttl, aim liirai.nea liaildaouieiy in llie
ilio-lvrn atle. Will he sold very tow fvr ea.it, hud
eaay-paytn.-iit,on .tiipllc.tiloo to
t'HAS. K. ft.ARKK,
ath-rl Hett and ficueral hatate Auenl, .1.1 at.
ALSO A baiideome ittrsidotico on fitli-Kt,,
bet-Vee'n .liu and I.udlim". 4 aforv llitck. well
iirnlih.-t au i harit--oBitn' impnived y;.rd. Pay.
V.- . fHArl. K. t'l-ARKK,
Heit.Swatii'At:e-.t, cic,n H.iilJioe.Dd.l.
pciv-ma
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"v-twito? mnen-Te-nr fhnT Tnme. ( ror sale uy
. Boil Kalsle Ageut.au street.
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Froist'i-ty Ufirubiti
It-t-
sH-nt't'l
I offer for tale ' uu reasonable terms,
new sod hiuiusotiie residence ou -id street, l.c
tow ferry. ......
Tiie House tstnree amleommndloiis, with all the
modern tutpruveiiteuta and oouvt-nieitce.; I. anf-iy
located, au.l iu a (food tieintihorhood. Will tie-old
cheap, II application I. uiade soon. .-.
UH.U K Of.MlKK, "
ttihS Heal Katate Audit, CIck' liillldln-r.
f AND WAKHAXTS I'DCtlllT A SOLD
Xj .t t:inelnaatl quotation., or -located In Iowa,
ivtaaAS, Nel.ra.liii, or Misaouri , t.y
(.HAS. U. CLA.HKK,
mli8 'I'hir.t street.
CHEAP FARM.
I All ACIttiS, 10 miles from ttm uily.jiu-
V VJ pro veil, urclirtnl, Miiriiitca, e.
15 aor! tiinl'i'r, and aoren htitloin.
Price if. 40 per acre. Kor-nlehy
C1IAS. K. CLAHKK,
nih-i Ren) KUte Ajfent, dd atrret.
FOR SALE.
0 ACUKSofldimJ in lllinoin,oii
J J )JJ J or nearlknei of Mil Kuaua, coiuprl
aintT Improved Fi ni and wild inuil.
Totlio-e bavlnif amall fauntilii thia ectlon, that
will at 1 1 at a good prire, 1 would n;ty sell, ami
where yon cn get a I urge tract of land at a low
tirlce. and where you will Uwe fijunlly Knd inar
.et. UsSO, 10,000 Aoren well Bnlected Lnd,
In MiFtiiirt, hot It the (pinlity and title of whl.-h
1 will KH''nntie. For Bale or eu'hfnev for oth
er property, on the niott deHiratde lerma.
ALSO, A Miinvll but ohnico Furiu in 'lurk
County, well Improvt-d, will he -old elienp, and
city property taken in purl pnymeiil.
ALSO, A lino Lot on IjiiUIow ht , liotw.in
4th and --th, iih hy no ft. alley haek.
AI.SO, (liinlcn l.f.td of 7j acroa each, 4n
ihe River Road, uear the j 1 1 .
ALSO, A ' Btory lirittk Ho-tincH lionet', on
JeHiTion, hetween m and 4 1 It ata , ami adeniralde
realdenceonaith at., he I. Main and Ludlow.
ALSO, Pine hnpoved Property in "Miami
City," aiid".iivton View," in tract oi horn 3 lo
j acre--, AU Im Hale oka h Iy
CHASJ. 1. CLARKE,
fehVI Real Katate Aent, t.leKK'o Bnihhitp.
Alaiiliattan Fire ins. Co,
(INCOKPOEATED 1821.)
OH IO:, No. UM, Willi Hi., fi. V.
CASH CAPITAL, -CASH
BURPLUa,
$250,010
$125,000.
Insures UuIIcIiiks, IMercliandi.e, Kiiruiltire, V .-., .
In Port aiiiltheirCarKoes,audoliteriropert) iif.'!.ii.st
loss or d.tniAfre h lire.
Din Ktrroits.
W. P. Palmer, S tniuvl K. Mutt, Ituiiis I.. Kurd, Wil
liam y. Molt, Kdwiu U. Morgan, Willlaui V. Kox,
Ktchar.l '1'iirlie, IVler 1 oopt-r, I'honia Uarron,
HolK-rt It. Mt.iurn. Alo.es 'lav lor. 'l'hoa. W. Pear.
sell, Henry a llsworlh, Aut'iistii. H. Ward, James
i'olies, Sidney Slaun, I., a. Suarcz, John ('as.Well,
John -Mewaril, John (;, t;reen, i..l,en 11. (. tucker.
WILLIAM fllT I'AL.MKIl, I'lc.idt-iit,
Asiihcw J. smith, secretarv.
CM AS. K. CLARK K, ArchI,
aprls t'lt-KK's Jiiiildiiiii. i.i .t.
M KUCHA NTS' ' "
Iiisiirnnco Company,
OF UAKTFOItl), WINN.
C a p i Ttia l7$2 760, 0 0 0 .
Mark IJowsrd,
Woodrutf. ( Pra.t. Woodruff k Beach I. Co.)
Jam., isoliar, (Of 0. 11. Northern Jt Co )
Koberts, lUl Kensys. Koberts Uoodwin.l
tluy H. fbelpi, (ijsc'y. Conn. L liv Im. Cu.f
Tiuioiliy Sheldon, (Contractor and Buildsr.)
James P. Koater, ( Pre.t. MschV Sav. Bunk.)
Sidney A. White, (Of Spsncur, White A Co.)
Charles T. Ulllyer, ( I'rolt. Charter Oak Bank )
niijin 11. uwan, (Uf Uay, Uwsn (Jo )
Uuuier UUneliard, (01 11. lilsucliurd Jl Co.)
Richard D. Hubbard, (rllata Atlorney.)
M. M. Merriuiiin, (Of J. a M. Mcrriutan.)
William L. Collioii, (Or Collins, Brothers & Co.)
W. 11. U. Calluodor, (Cashierof gists Bank.)
mark huwarh, i're.'t.
IC. THOMAS I.UHUKLI., aet'y.
Applications recei e.t tiy
CHAS. K. CLARKE, Agent,
Third street, liaytou, Di.iu.
Would refer tu
X. 11. Darst, Ksn..fof Durst Jk Ilercl.elrode 1
John Lytle, Esq., (of l'errine, Lytle .V Shaw.)
and other merchants, who are ectiimintrd with the
business men of Hartford. - ruhvl
Irving Fire Insurance Co.
(IHCOEPOBATKD 1851.)
orncc ivo. i, wmi s-tri . i, n.
V.
O ABU CAPITAL, $200.0 .
Insure, Mulldlnirs, Furniture, Merchandise, sael.
in fort and Ihelr Cargoe., .ml olher jiroirty
ag-allisl loss ur daman, by lire, on favorable terms.
DIKECTOIUS.
Mason Thouiisnn, Willlaui Nielsen, John H. Hilly
er,J Ca.lree, Vandeibilt L Uiialou, tlenjan.iu J
Hart, John shotwell, Abralian. M Uliiiuger, Thuiuas
i.'hrlslr, Win Hatliord, John Homer, evlvanus ii
Ward, C harles Burkhaller, U Alouzo Cusiimau.Wm
tlakiey.Johu O More, John H Hobby, Wm V Jackson,
Adam Fra.ee, Aiaaauder McKtuxie, Cha.. Stlt-ii-.g,
Joseph Houers, John H OeKiauw, Iiav id Samson,
Peter U Collins, Htri.hen Wlay, Wrl.ht t. lilies, Lla
vld H Muses, John He-son, Frederick Horuhv. Cyrus
Knapu, Isaac Udell, lleia S. K.iilre, William s ( or
Will, J Wad.worlh, VI m. ferdoli, H A torsi lit, au.l
and Chas Thomson.
MASON THOMSON, President.
Mast's L. tsowr.ii., secretary.
(HAS. E. C LAHKE, A sent,
aprll tlesx's HuUdiior, fiiid it.
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OF IIAaTO.
CAPITAL, $200,000!
Rotrtl f Ihrtrtar far I (.'.!.
'I'MMtni, ANHRkW 01 MP.
i lVJ,nJlvm "KNHT lir.HMAN,
I J'A ,' ' JJ ' K"i "KA1.
IIKNKV BTUUDAHD ' '
j Alli-ntinn li Mllrl t H.i-rirt M.Ml Wf .oil liwl
.H'1 Mtnme Ht.ht ) rtinninv hi Inn at THHki
Mkahx, if ilf.ril inir Hi nnml ih
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HARTFORD,
CONN.
nsurnnco
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rminivvni'mnwi.ni.M.vv
r-aia ill bapnai, giZSU.UUO
Suiplua,
50,2:H
Aaeets, January let, 1839.
9308.331
1 Thi. rnmiianv ha. eomnlled with the law. of the
......i s, .,.., j wlm.h ,', nill( ,u.i,...
! C C. WAITE, Sec y. C.B. BOWERS. Prei't.
j Western IJruuch OIlltH', Chicago, 111.
i ttironrth which alt the rniilneaa of the roinpanv tn
.-.t.-n,, Nortli.U i-.teru and M.uth-U.-.terii
j v, n
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I.DI' VSIItlltV, (Jenervl Airent
I' KICK, An. I.I. (ien.-r.tl Ail-ill
t, i Reahllnir
I, ( tn IhlcaKO. i
for .iiiormarion ami a neraneu aiaieineoT of the
anair. ol the t:.,ttii.tnv an.l Polti lea of luaiirAnce, :
..) to I
DA Vie oV CUPPY. i
Acenti for Iiayton and vk-lolty. i
luhS-tjj l,'6t i
A. V. RICK & CO.,
(StKco'iior to J. K. CroM,)
Xlustos Building. Dayton,
r i,tjj , .1 it i . i.t. , .
K ''''' 0""''ntly on llail.l, nt M llt.Ieni.le
lv and Ketatl, a larK ...orlment of
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Al.o. a lares variety of Cooking, tarlnr, Dlnln-r
ltooui and Uox slot p., .uch as
Lockwood's Economy,
Ml 1 U .11 1 H ,
HCONOMIST, UIADKM,
IKWIN' Alii TKJ11T
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1 1 atautrig o aririgeraiora-
Of all alei, description, and prices. The.e areof
hivaluivlii iinputlniHM. priilicuUrl) when f,? tn In
Bitt.ii iifiiiHiiii ni hi in .txtnt nraou. I o niftk? i
mnnll iinntlty till tagood rwlvantfvg, tbeaure way
1m ti iriH'ini mi
ICEHEllU REFRIOERATOIl! 1!
Whtfr t'ooler. Ic I'ri'am Vre?r ami lUthlna;
Tul.-, of nil shaia iiril alt. Alio a it.mi.mmI
oiimfiit ui KiU-hn, 1' fin try, Lnuulry tmi Dairy
Utensils.
I'1?!1 'Nl- KR, ao lonar ar1 mH-Yv t r
i work-
.lat notice.
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ROOF I NO & SPOUTING
For all aires and descrlptlnna or buildings. '
All oraers Tlisiikluiiy- ieceivr.1 and promptly St-
t.. ' : a i- Lice ... -
Teixlett to.
A W . U 1 1 ' I." sal..i s" It
GENTLEMEN'S
.Furnishing Goods ! ! !
N'eW; Novel, Elegant and Cseful. A large
lot of those indispensable articles just re
ceived. The I'.OYS that mischievous class, who
icur their clothes 1 have no doubt will call
and see me, as years of experience bos
proved to them that 1 can suit their juvenile
tastes; and if thero is a boy inside or outside
the Corporation, who has not worn my
JACKETS und PANTS, I wish to see him,
and thoroughly renovate his external ap
penrance, by dressing him up in a suit of
my wcll-titting garments. Parents are ree
ripectuilly invited to examine the goods.
My stock of (ientlemen's Wear is one of
of the most complete and beautiful in the
market. Call and examine the Latest SliUs.
W. 0. BREENE,
Apr'-!- No. 1, Main afreet; Hay ton, Ohio.
Milliners & Merchants
lil'MIRIMI 1 11.11. K NK1V BTYI.KS OK
HJQBON8,
TRIMMINGS.
SILKS,
FLOWERS,
i:iiilirili-i'i's,
Whili;
Uootls,
I'ltiurri,
.S7 I1..S, PAIUSUl.S,
MASTILI.Aii, LACK GOOhS.Jt-c,
Will ilo well lo examine our assort
ment before Durchu.sinfj, our stock
ctiinpiising the largest and richest
assortment ever olleretl in (lie inar
ket, :t large portion of which ia of
our'own tliaet importation.
W. P. DEV0U"& ROl'KWOOD,
linpoiiera and Wholesale Deal era In HI Ik Good,
and Manulactureraol dUnt iIImh and atraw t.oodi,
83 and 85 Pearl-street,
CINCINNATI.
mh:il-'?nidaw
E. A. & T. MORE,
310 an stiii:i:t,
STATIONERS, BINDERS.
AIIKNTSOF
Star Mills WUITING PAPKItS.
Wall Papers.
WE would invite tho attention of buyers
to our HPH1NU STOCK of
Paper Hanginge, Decorations, Ac,
Which ia now very complete. We deliver packa
ge, without charge, In any part ol the ciiy.
uprti
HATS OF ALL KINDS,
AMU OF
All Qualities and Prices!
Maa juat peoelvtdand now otters
The Idlest Slfflcs
OF
HATS&OAPS!
Kmhraclug every variety of
CASSIMERE AND SILK,
Mruw ll ii U I'uliu l.fiif lliilsjli
"Morphy" Straw Hats!
10 Do. SCOTCH CAPS.
CAPS Iu Ureal variety, ami at prices the mit fa
vorable 1.. purchasers. a.rl4-Uwtr
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l'H Customer., havin.; unsettled accounts with
a. f i
us, will please observe, that we have ie.b.ce.1
our blislnesa
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And I..H.K de.lroo. to .Iom our books at tha earliest
po.ll,le ii.rlo.1. would a.k lb. attention oi Tall to ..!
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LEGAL NOTICES.
WOT1CH.
' W. Uiurn, lialntl",
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Reuben llvirenl.uch, Hirrnlnnt.
Stiln of Ohio,
Moatirninerv
t'aunl)' i lur
II I K aitl.l IVfendiint ia hereby nolilied tbnt
Ilia tilalntlir aroreaKl ha H!f,l ftila .u.illn. ln
alii Coin t. avklntf inrlmul Mifrilr.il u I-
M; twu .rii,li.,r) nnlea, to wll: On fnr
uiilri Ki i .rr ami mn lalil llllnn on nr l.
tiWIh. Ilmu datiir.Uy nllrr ll.r Imh .lav ..f M,y.
A. i. !..-. i oim v. i.uWKKV.
M ht KtMrpr, hta Attorney. , .
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iviiractive saie !
IN P'"ninM 0r an order of the Superior j
"ilrt, within an. I for the oounlv .,1 M,,,,l...u..
ery a... I at air of Ohio, ma. I al the Vrlirualv term. ;
....iTru.tee.ofOeUn,,W "wnt h llec'd .
AoaiaaT
oi,rila V. Klvrated, J.iiuei M. Hmlth and olhera,
r nieuirei'lnl. I will lell at
KriMin.l linme.llately aoulh an
naliarewhl and ruarnger
rnirer U
hour, of vl and a o'clock, r. M..
SATUI.DAV, MAY L'STlf, ls.'.t),
The r.tllowtnK deirrlhe.1 Real Katata. .llu.ta in .1..
ily of Hay Ion, Uo!Comt-iy eouiity, Ohio: Belor
nunitati sun .ooraij .. ..aooo 1
" tins 4moo
4.-U 00
4m.uo
iVA.UO
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a.m.oo
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Soo.ial
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Hal.l I.ota helna on Kaker street, fronfln ll.
"----n--- " nwniri v-K.ia,
A I. SO,
tot numliered o3 appraLed at (760,00
" " sift . I. 1,Mi,oo
" " " " nai.oo
" " i:i " ' ni,on
' " nut " " Mai.lM
' ' Mill " tn .0,11
Theae lol. are north of the t In.-lniia'l Ueiiol.,
and are very .l.-.lrnl-le for .1h .llmg..
ALSO,
lit nnmliereil Ml on the corner, aprraiae.l at -;:ki,iio
' ' ss on Ludlow afreet, lio.1.00
I lie.e l.ota In
Home.
. . V. w" aouui ui ih-jioim ami oppo.ita
ALSO,
al me uoor vi me
Court Houae,
The.onih half of l,t nunil-ered nl.ou IVrry,
. .-m v.h ., np.r..-r.l a. ,iai,l
ALSO,
The north 4'
th ai feet of 1M No, 85, on Main
liral-ed at a
t., a
IKK) (M)
i ne .oui fi --4 leet ol Lor No. 301, nn m-tllt at
ei.it aide, l-et. till and rrankllu atieeta,
aptiralaed at
3D oil ol the we.t, and of the aoulh 10 feel,
of Lot No. i, fronting on the allev, up-
praiaed at
Lot No. Ii3, bclnr N. Kaat porner on Basin
and lat at.., wiih lartre Frame Warehoiiae.
i IIA4.
nmninw
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lom No. tfitft ft WW, of t 1revt
hack to HhII H.t.itl. with MIhiuI nuiuta.r.
antl Mo .lil ne Nlio.ia, niihjfet tu an unex
pired Le .. luJnui-tt M. uitth. npiraini
Ijit Nn TIJl tariff. nl..ta Wm tt..
gar Ffwiory,) on Kat ai.le of litstln, netir
.nt aHprHlied nt y 10u,mi i
lh- t.-rjim ul .Alt- arp: Oue-thinl canh in 'haml; I
on-ihlnl In one year, runt une-thirtl tn two yean'
Iri.m Uay oX .Mr, with lulfn-it uu .lefrrritl iiav-
ments, to h at-ortM iy iiiurtK-tu'' " rr
To be nulti tti it"-- ,i,. . , , -,.
mm liuanilftii,
iiUnpoclftl Mft.ttr CouiuiiHiloiimr.
Truatee'a Sal of Valuable Real Eotate.
IX pursuance of a certuin indenture of
troat between the Dm ton. enia and llelnra
Hall Koad fjonipanv of the drat oai-t. and l'ilna...
p: H1"1"1"" "' si-oond part, made the WHh day
.- .....e,. , ,Ue ...-coriii-r a 01.
nee of Moiitioiucrv counv Jnnuarv vlih --"i .n
VtWt'itf,''M!e Book 1., .Kes ttjli, 621, bM, rnu, B;m, lUl
o. i.j.i,oj, o.w, ,v o.t- Aiao, in t ne Ke. order's otllce !
oi ircwu.cniimy,i.itn, rel.runry 7th, IMot in u.M,k
Ii., paire. aia. SJn, m, art, ms, ms, wo, asi, sea, ma,
, sus, a ami, I will otter lor sale the iollowlns tie
seriued Ral Mtate, on
. SATUHOA Y, JUNK 4TH, 18W,
At the door of the tjourt House, In the elty of Dsr
ton, between the hours ol 1 and I o'clock, e. M ol
salddayi Lota In the city of ivytnn, Mouteomt-ry
county, and state ol Ohio, numtierftl on the Hevlat-tl
Flat of said city, soil, aaai. imi, aaa, sswa, jiavaHt
S.1S7, SSSM, S4.ll, sin, 34J3, h S4S4, subject to the richl
of way of aald Hay ton. Xt-nla A lielpre Kail Hoad
Company, tweuty-five feel Irom tlie centre of their
present track on eaat ship.
Also Lot tn said citv ol llavbnn. siR'j. -ioi nf .nu
incumbrance.
Also, part of Lot numbered 140, In said cltyof
Dayton, described as lollows: llelus ss feet hidepth .
olt the south side ol said In-lot, and HI "i leet more '
or less In width, fronting on Third street. a.lmimn. i
tlteproperty conveyed to :. Thresher, b li. aiikIiIi"
bauK-h, Oec.S, lUlo. and Ihe property couvejtd by
W.V. Huttman, Att'y. in tact lor the Day on, Xeula
h. Belpie Hail Hoad Company, under said Trust !
Dtw.1 to Siiitou St Means, being tho west hall of the
deserila-d in No. 4 ol the Schedule of i.roii-
ertycouiieuted with said trust lleetl, uH.n which Is I
situates three story brick business house.
Also, the followUif, Heal fc.tate (de.crllwd in No. i
Iftol said Schei lulel.itiiale.llu slonl...,.;.... .... I
Nt... nri,i.in i.i.. .n.t 1,.. . "
. V n i. I. ? . a IM OCtllUII as, town,
KUhiIiik at the north-west corner ol Patty Now-
comb's one hundred acre lot, thence south s w.
seven and two tenths pole. to. .tone, in .aid Hatty
Newromb'a we-t line; t ience north 73 aum. W
forty-four and one-tenth ole. tn a atom. nn ....
...tp a, paiiKn auu tieacrioeu as lollows, vis: Hc-
south llneof 6th street, In the city of Hayton: thence
on theaotith llneof said Mil atreet, N. 741-," . three
IKile. to a atone, on the east line ol the corporation
of said city of Davton, one pole to a stake; thence
N.I'," IS. sixty-live one hundredth- 01 a pole to a
tenth, poles to the pla'ce o'l begliiniili. conti.liil'ni
one and onc-lorlh acres, wore or less. To la. .old,
subject to tke rluht ol way of said Dayton, Xenla A
Blre Hall Hoad, twenty-two and a half feet irom
the centre of the oresent track. oi. each ai,i u.i......
includes all on the -oulh si le ol thesame.
Al.o, Lot. uumla-red ten (10) anil thirteen (13) In
Uoudy's addition to the town of Xeula, as recorded
in t;reen county, and state of Ohio, suhj.-.-t to ttie
rliiht of way of tlie Hayton, Xt-uia lielpre Hall
Hoad.
Term, of Sa'e One-third cash) one-third In six
monlhsg and one-third In twelve months, within
old'' bl! "ec"ri'1 mur,tf8e upuu Ihe pru,-rly
W. P. HUFfMAN, Trustre and All'y. In fact
lor the ili.j lon, Xeula U,-Iii e H. H. Co.
apr.'6-d.twlt
A-lSTOTIIIilR
Large Arrival
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
RECEIVED THIS DAY
13Y EXPRESS.
A LOT OF
Sumn er stlkf at60o., worth ?3c.
niacie ruua ai wc., worm ft.
Idiaulc Hltk at Ibo , worth .
Kancy Uarexea at 2&o., worth Mc.
Jaconet Lnwni at ft'.c, worth Joe.
y reuoh Hrlillanta at lit.o., worth iWo.
French Chinta at'itio., worth yr.
Valenolaa at SAe., worth 7 t),
Valenolaa at WyC, worth 2tw.
6-4 HI'd. MiiBliii at lUlu.. worth 1A.
6-4 lil'ii. Muallu at loo., worth I'io.
6 Bale HtiUMia Craah at luj., worth ly.t .
Vi-4 Toilet Hulltt at 1,60, worth -J.
Together with an Elegant Line of
Silk, Grenadine. Tissue,
Barege & Organdie Robes,
A 1.80
l.urc and and Ml It niautlllua,
PARASOLS,
That wllloompare favorably with the above prices.
Chas. S. Weitherby,
14 l lll'll sTHCUT,
Bet. Vine aud Raca ttt.,
CINCINNATI.
Mrs. II. L. WARREN,
No. CI Main t( between Stcond and Jhirt
WOULD INFOItM THEf LADIES OV
Dayton and vicinity, that ah hat tint re-
Dayton
from thi
turned from the Kaat, aud la now outtuliirf th
eat aud mutt brautllul anno, tutent ol
That has aver hefoi. Iieen nre.ente.1 to her custuui-
lrla.1 XI umo
i oe assort uteitt consists, in pari, ul
JJtJltlKlllil,
UIJJiiONS.
FL0WEUS,
A',1 '.', !'. v "st fashlonsble patterns, and w.ll
aeleoted wllh .istcl.l rel,eue. to In. waul, .nd Ihe
irnsiKs oi ner customers.
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bsr Store, Iwe doors north of the Court House!
ra-lm4aar
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IN ROSEWOOD fBOLIDl
AK WALNUT (BUiilJj;
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Vld'O's'ered In reps, wllh rich, Medallion Centres.
a1,' ,n Brl!htcllc and Mali Cloth. Also,
Chamber Suits, in Uotewood,
OAK and WALNUT.oompletc Atti.lHl's What Not..
or the finest order. ia.i.iiisinoii,
1 wou d say ill conclusion that they are manufac
property tured by my.. II, and would ba pleased to have wiu
eome and sec my .lock or furniture, whether uu
buyornot. r u, o.tur. , woeuier j ou
i I) DAVnn
ll. V. IUIVKK.
j"A Stitch iii Time Saves Nino."
THE SIMW.IC AN NOUllKM KT VII AT '
X nrliiivPiiMictidifln firry wny ff.il to 1h ;
Firs-Cliiss Mucliiiies,
THO VI.RV LOW
PRicn or
A ,S( Llm n-inilnlinn ! I.... nii'..n,l
, 18 fl""" '"" hi.a ftpqiliroj in fV
ery l'l" wliern it ln loin uitriJiire.l, hn
ma
hHriHufttrA rnilwrl
I tinueiieaenrv f with
inn 1 Hit lied meniis WS llltve li:l.l lur supply-
lux ourselves with Machines,) to tdrerlise lo
i,.io.al ..l,.nl
any great extent,
TIII1 DEMAND
1 4t"1 '"'"-' no I'HKI'A II KI) T I
' I'.'T ANY I'!. ,Nf A N M.nn.1 to ll.I, A LI
OliDKItS MOMl'Th V, we feel it our
duty, tu the olnae of penplo tt lm linvi- licnu
,V,,UN" n"r '- " W 'el.
HIGH PRICES
a hive 1.eo .1,...,,. 1 1 t . ,t . . 1
f1" " '",." d-'umrided l,y other in.-trlnnes,
wi use nil tlio menus in bis power.Ui let the
I ublic know thut they uuu get lis ntunl n
Sewing iiachine
As there is in the market, nt a re:isonalile
price. Our Mnehine was given tha MOST
KXVOiUlif.KNO i'lOKinthe report of the
I'air at the Krnnklin Inatitutn nt rhilad.-l-i
phio, nnd 1'LACI.I) AT Til K UK A I) of
the lis' in point of merit, and h.ia received j
THE FIRST PREMIUM
Overall others, at tlio Sty0 I'uirs of Illinois
'and Wisconsin, and All. otiiwi pairs nt
wliii'li it has been exhibited. Ilia
si iu tssi i in n-oiti:
In beauty, ainiplicity, durability, quantity
and uulity of Work, nnd is, in n word, tiik
Machine for the People.
laSMAI.L PHOFITaS, ntii have' ilH-r.-forc
placed it at
;T3E LOWB3T P038IQM: PRICE.
p ii - - , .
1 px,1"ni,H loM nil mil Uhi hi; els.'.
Wl-Hra. tt .SALKSROi)M(
III itl'lltlll It It ilsl i tt(;-a,
rilUrTMUlTT
H' n lllllHllT. in
II" Ct II Ii ,1 11 IN AL 10
v ,, , ,. " v",
11 I erenns nt it distance enn rclv
upon having all order iiroini.tly lilled with
il- ii,. i- 1 i1, ii .- ,.
luiiiiiter .Variants, und lull directions
or use.
13-Real.oinihle LOCAL A(;l'NTa uanle.l In .11
NEW WARE ROOMS !
Cor. Main and 4th sts .
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it ULIII tllltl I'll I
,', a UIMIIVIKIUIU
FUIlNlTintE!
Sofa si. ; liiiii!,'l'iillt s.
Willi t Kofi, ItoiKtriitK,
Wash SlaiKls,
Hat liiirko,
lturraiii, Ac.
AT REAS NABLIi TRICKS !
I WOULD 8A V TO ALL INTEItKsriil),
that I have the best assoi linen' of I'arlorand
ChnUllM-r SllttS III tills citV. and wi.nlil invite von t..
sail .nil .ee fur yourselves, and at as low rate, as
they can be obt.iiiiedela.-i.-her.
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Corner of 4th and slain streets
" ICULAlt NOTICE
OA 1)
A il XV
M.
OIIMER
ITAS RECENTLY
A DDKDTWO ROOM,'
A-a to hi. store.
CORNER OP MAIN AND 20 STS.
.''T"5,'" h' onhnd, and will forlhelutlirekeep,
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enillI....'Mt..d H.li.-lu. If. ....1. ...... i
hi. former .tovst
HoHewnod.Oitk lb Walnut juuiionylledsletids,
Jvoscwood.Onk and vValmit lligli Head
Italian lleilstentls,
Kosewood, Ook anl Wnlut Low Hea.l
Station I.e. Mends.
Bureaus, Stands, 4c, to fill out Cham
ber Seta, 1'ine Book Cases, and
Ettagtres, Tine Oak and
Walnut Bide
Boards.
M I It Ji 0 P S !
Ovnl, very lari-e, heavily carved & line o.ilt,
Arched, " " " "
Square, of nil sixes and kinds, "
ALSO ilahogi-ny mid Walnut Mirrors.
Parlor Sets.
FINEST OF ItOSFHOOl), ,f- WAI.
NUT SO FA S, CI I.t I It S, TA II L FS,, I ,-.
Elx Different Kin 3s of Hat Racks.
Atl klu.ls of Bureaus, T.ibles, Chairs, etc., always
on hand. All of the above cheaper than ever, at
ill. OHMKH S,
tin Corner Main and 'Jd atreeta.
Coal, Wood &, Lime!
WOULD HH S P K VT V V L LY AN
liounce to tha citizens of llavlon and vtclottv
that he is oreoareil to si.ix.lv in Ik... or h...mI1 ....h...
tlllesall who maylaiorhlut with a call, with the
bstiUalll- uf
TOOOHIOOHENY & PERRY CO.
C O A. IB .
Ai.HO, UM 11 At ON HAND
A GOOD ARTICLE OK WOOD,
WHICH HE WllXSCLf.
tB7TsTrsi-ir,tjp lSXi22 3SJSL.5Eliil-
He is also nrrnared to deliver In anv t.art of th.
oily, the best " i
t i:i)Ai(vu.i.r. i.i ii i:.
Which laths uioit deairable Urns brought to thi.
olty. All onlers iirotin.riy tilled,
Vardaad Olllce.oo Third street, near th. Xenla
Hepot. aovis-lydaw
7 "Yjonnkts
Art D
Milliuery Goods !
II. . .-ort 1
OriiaiTT CI c-f1ra1lsrms.ar-.v-B
BtrSXt-X VJT Ok OU 1VJLJ.V1.JU it. I
HAVE now on bund, and ilnill keep
throush the season, an eleirnnt iiinrtm.nt i.f '
Houi.utsand Hal., wl the latest and moat appioveil
styles. Ladles wlnhliKa g-iil.-.-l Hat al a ItKASON
AULK Phil k, are Invited to call and examine.
OLD PONNETH ItKPAlKKI),
Hleschf'il and rres-ed in a superior niuniier.
DANIkl.S.
aprlS-dlw-wlt
47 Main street.
NOTICE.
rPHK Atlantic aiiudroat Western Ituilroad
t- Comiiativ are hereby notttled to roil.. ..,.itMr
grade and (travel Ihe sidewalk In front ol thai part
lrt-l.it. N...a!.17, -jsiH. ifsis, '.-sf.o, ysot, ytij, s-isti,
:u, sim, sua, :i4, S73S, s-isd, rial, sib, siss, siou,
jusj also the uuknowa uwuer. of lot. No.. 'jsi:,
'VSIU, 376-J,a7(,j, .71,1, :i740 and S73S, are herei.y uoll-
lied to curb, guiles, gratle and gravel lb. side-walk
hunt oi said lots, ttoi.liiiKua First .ti-et.1. bet we. n
Wehsler and Ket.wee streets. In the till) of Oaytoo.
The said woik to be don. wltitln sistv .lays frum the
date of this noli, e, under the dlleclion ol the City
Hr oiser of th. Council, this asth day of March,
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pleaaant cur rent of all anilili Ivca n ni, the II i. h iii.I
l",'"s-the i..-.t. oi the nim,. r i .i.i.- i he i
lilonot rxceeil that of the UI. Ill, III) a. I. .11 !,,.. i.n
eahlhltion and lor .aleat
"xiikii wotui'e."
Ill 111 ll.I ilM-et.
N. ft. I'M. wilt he found an In. nlu:.t.le rtitlclir ill
the il.-k room, for fiinnlnif and keeping ull Hit a.
luhJtl
NEW GOODS.
1JE AUTI FU I, UK: II SiO II A ST F.J
JUST received n freith invoice of t?ic lute-it
and newe t al.lc of Jl.WKI ItV, ofevrry de
aortptliiii, auitnl.le h.r the spring trade. i.t
"SI1KHW llilll'S,"
iiiliJ" alii Th r.l a1re.it.
Time, Time, Time!
THIS liny received another line nss irlment
1 of r;ol. and silier Watehea, villi inn :v
IlKTAC'HKI) 1,1. V l-.ll. mid MlvlBa lill.ll l In. lion,
the no i.t cet.l.ral.'tt mukei., at
"SIIKH WOOIi's,"
nih'O ai-t Third -tnet.
Silver Ware,
I laic a It 'are.
AN intire new nnd cmnpleto assortment .
every nrlicle .uital.le tot the Tilde, at
".SHKIHVullll'S.'
In 1. 30
IIJ 1'l.lnl sit.-
IN HAMILTON FOR A
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FEW DAYS
WILL SIIOItl'LV LL
IN' DAYTON!
IIOSK WHO A UK SICK AND COX
HitlertMl t-.icurnl-lc whom aultt-rliiK wit Ji .nln,
ami vmi tl .il tin rclii'i tor Imily or mtml ho u
oripjHeii Willi iami).is rhi uiniitiHiii. or frum hny
nt liera.au if Mho liavt l.etn given up If. their pin hi
ct";i.. Ineurnt.li', ami lepxoml tin- n-in-h ni iiiitiu-ril
" v.i,. nun hhv i.et n given up i HiPir in
ut lneur.i, ami loiul tin- niith t iti
iM'iit.itiu-nt t-urc. Iir hrtniU-iiiii wonlil.H.s l.illi
and
auuei iiik lion, piilinoiiai y cotiaiiiiip!liii,i.u) and
middle :.lnKcs,.li.ei sc. 1 .he liver, cal.nTh, . ami.
j.ls.ili.il.t-liH, i-liciniii.li.iit, iietii-nlKla,pHlpiUli,.u
ol the heart, brain diaeaal-a, ptli-a, .kill lUsaia,
dealness, amaurosis, ilrupsy, slill joli.l.. ccu.lia. led
lunacies, dl.easts inclilciit lo lelliales, ,.1
weakness, nnd nervous and cl.i..nlc cmi phdiiis
'",'rll'' ; lii'l'ortant dir.oveij in the np-
plication and adaptation of elecli itilv to lie l.u-
manors; i.wllir. aioreiheui loliealih. It ism.
niatter t.t experiment, doubt nor uncei Inli.l j i.e
'"UlllHides sultcrlne; Horn Ihealoiedi..
cuiiiproiiilac with thr itumncli In wy ut mctilivi
tluiiB, hut reli aulcly on tlte vltftluimx nl nil
UOIl troll tills HUWPr ! l-toll s- U, l.l,.ti a U....I...
from the ay ati-iu every veal lu;c of il lu'Air, nnd lu ln.
ii uuu s .-viiuniuii ui iienmi iuut iKr. Il . I n iiu
portanttltucovery liullpiHiBliijiliBi'rti' l.j clniiienl
.-wnirtvi, nr wen naniM nieillOUOI Hppl lejil loll , U till-
anown to medical men, and nllothcrb, txce,t llu-
.... -uu nnvc ..ecu tll.tl lull o l llllll, .M I III' a','Ul.
he employ. 1 unlversi.l, so it Is alike applicable lo
all disease. The ill-eAsvd ol body and iiiiinl aie In
vited tu call and witness the astoniHhliiv ...ii... ii
circctlng, freiiienlly In a sir.Kle application. I,.-
.1 rue. ion K I veil lo I nose V. iBhiuu lo Jealll this Ino.le
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Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON !
PIIII.OSOPIIEIttt pronoiitice the prnposi
tlon irratlon.il that, an "irreaistal.lt- bo.lv t an
eer come In contact wllh an immovable one '' H.
that a it limy, one Ihlns Is certain, and beioiid au.
cesstill coulra.ll.llou, that the 11KST and I'HKAI'
riST lalOHS ever ottered to ttie 1 pie of liaMou,
r.l- t ll ,tui
SI HKK'I .S, where
BENJ. F. WAIT
now opening a lar;e and iiia;;iilliccnt ahtm ti.inil id
Staple 8c Fancy Dry goods,
re .-el red from the h aateru Cities, and selecle.l
himself, expressly lor Ibis market. His stock is
lull, conslutiiii- In pari of
Kancy Silltaj, ChiillieH, llrilliaiils, Lawns,
White Kurnls, of all descriptions, Ho
siery, Notions, etc., etc. A line
lotnf SprintV. Siiiniuer Shawls,
Capes ami Muiilillus, a
lnr);K and splendid an
surtiuf nt ul' linn,
nets, .V lion
net trim,
mi""",
Every kind nnd rnriety of Hats a lai-.-e
supply for yoiiii"; und old.
As rents anil olher exnerses are much It-.s Ka.t
the "deep witters," he feels contld.nl inbelnu
able lo sell at lower llgtirea, FOR THKCAMI, than
cau Is. obtained elsewhei-e not even execptinc t.
eslabllahmeut ir.lilid oier by the gentleman I
New lork. orlJ.:iin.la.v
Ifjricull viral Tools.
Langdons'
HAKPWAltM STORM!!
AMES' Cast Steel 5padcs,
do tin ilo Shovels.
tVllSt SI4M-I IIOI-N,
4lll'l-ll Tl'OWPlsi,
llu ltiikM, Mi'cl A Iron.
Iluy cV niMiiiirs I'm Us
ll4'4lU- Klll'lll'li,
, , erniiliiu; Mi, a is,
Cast Steel Picks, Mattocks and Cinbb Hoes,
sprl
UlNSiOluliOll ri.lli.-..
I ''HE partnership heretofore existing lu-
tween the unil....lff,i I. .hi. ., V ,
tween the undersigned, Is thl
etli.,1 ,,Cil'"''''t,- "'"'"""'essoltbuiunwilll.e
.,.) titssoM en
ettled uy the senior member, J. Lebeiisbeic, r
.....mnn may unpaid, aud who will .i ll I.-11, ,.
-- J. ..F.BKNStlKhGKM.
1"0 A. 1.KOUU1.0, "
m.iL- ,tlv"r c Traik!
... "7lor?,',?",M,1 1,111 "U'tinue the Clothine; bii.l.
sl,,L, !.'."!" "'"'''. the old stand, on -i l
slleet.ouedoor east ol the Central llnnx. le re
turns hi. t bans, lo all his patrons lor thel. ... l
Patronage hjretnlore, and desire, to Into,,,, he
ZoVred't '" '"'W 0'"'" '"' 1 "'"" er
.are I to scct.mmnitate then, aud the ureal pul.il,'
with a till, lock ol Heady Made ciolhii.g, ol ' e ,'
description, (i..,,t,. KurufshluK Goods, elc. '
f-Hsha. hlh collar., lo stand up, and straps to
keepdowit tho-e who are Inclined lo rl.o too h'.i,
i' ' "j" "very tlilus; Hi the Clolhli.K
Hue, which the public luav desire.
"Clear the track, Rabbit'.!"
ai'ft-tl JOSKI'H I.FBKNSBKHfil-iH.
CIIINA.
jJl'ST received Plated and Ure.Spotms, O
" " Castors
, . . " T. St-ls. "
Urittania Collee and T. Pots, W
t lianipiigne, me and Ornamental fi
Olasscs:
Tumblers,
Trult Bowl, XJi
China Vases,
. , Lookliigaiasaes, '
And a genera lassorl n.ei.t ul b.
KNIVKS AND I'OKKS AC. Z
1,'tve tin a call ,
tJLI'U I 1 U UI.'UU'i ... i
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m. r.i ami ma run, k-H
M ati'vet. J"
GLASS.
"PINK EYE8."
"ill ,Bl!SH- "est quality of pink-eye Potatoe..
I'll) iu.t leeelvad from tli. N jrth-wc.t, in pilu.e
oundlflon, and fur sale at Ihe store ol
W, H. UMANokNBliHG and CO.,
Pr o. sou, id street, 1 ayton.

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