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PATIO CLASS. KDITOS FlOrXIXTO.
. Wan.ar rnln,Mll,l85.
IT Heading M iltef on leery iare.j ,
jl''iir l-oeal, Teleprsph. and other
matters of interest end Information, are
First mil fourth l'atfr.
Democratic County Convention.
The Democrats of Mnnlgnrntrrj eonaty are
hereby notified lo MM In MUM Convention,
at Beckel Hall, ' In DaTtnri, on Baturdi y May
Slat, at 1 oVInrk, P. M , fur the purpose of sp.
pointing nine delegate and alternates to the
Democratic Btat Convention, la Iw hold at
Columbus nn Thursday, May Sfhh. A lull at
tendai.e la requested from every Ward and
Townabip. Hy order of the Demneratie Cen.
B. M. AYRES, Chr'n.
THOS. F. THRESHER, Sec.
The Deed is Done.
Tha Maeaachuictta l(ipublioana
thomaelrei upon the record aa
deeper hatred to the foreign bora
Itumlioe Caycnr... of IS.4. Tha "To
Yent'e Amendment," by which adopted iit
ixni will not be allowed the rihtof auf.
fruge, and nther right In common with no
tire oitieens, until after they eliall hare re
aided in that folate for two yeare, was poa.
ed on Monday I net Tha entire Hcmocratio
Tote waa polled againet it, aa wa alao the
Toiaof aamull number of libe nil KcpublU
rana ; but the republican entim ' againat
the foreij'O born waa too strong ' . '
coma, and tha amendment prernin..'
It ia not neceearry to amplify or elabou
on this ubject We feel aura that tha work
of the republican and neijroti of Maaracbu
eetta will be condemned by tha intelligent
and honorable every where, who are not
bound blindly to tha eharriot of liiack lte
publioanlera. - v' .
What do our ItepuUiean' adopted fellow
eiti.eaa nanw think of tha ioatitution ? .
lllnck-A'atiTtt Iiopuolioukitu) baa wnund
itaelfup. The aloTcn foot ha been (tuck
out in Mwaaohuaetta, anJ it will not hike
long to aend tha ibola concern to tha
plaea where defunct partie have gone.
Win t republiuanieni ia io Maaaaohuertta it
ia every where in tha Union who re it dares
to show it. "
A Peaceable Revolution.
If wa ean judge by outward appearance,
and by the little that reaches tha publio eye
and ear, wa conclude that art important and
peaceable revolution is going on in the Mnth
odiat Episcopal Church in regard to its
iiMij.ee, economy, and government, and Die
itineracy of its milliliters. This revolution
hna been slowly but surely working for sev
eral years : but It was only manifested to
the publio by tha LaymLn'a Association of
tha Cincinnati Conference last fall, and by a
convention of the same body again this
spring. At the last named meeting it was
resolved, among other things, "that it would
oonduoe to tha welfare of tha Church to so
change tha present system so as to allow of
lay representation in tbs general and othor
Conference." They further declared that
. "the good of the Charch and the world loud,
'y culls for a, mer intimate relation between
pastor and people,, whiub can .only be ob-
'' tuined by s mora protracted stay of the pas-
tor with tha people" : .'
One of the main reasons they urge aguinst
the present system of itineracy is, that it is
" a grievous and unnecessary burden upon
the church. They calculate that in displa
cing their foor thousand ministers from
liejds where tbey have just begun to' Jubor
witheuecos, and in removing them to new
Vones, where sjl months will be required toi
Siu)ia acifUaintanceV, an expense is incurred
every wo yea.ra 01 fio,uou la the doprecia'
tion ii household goods, making an aggre
gate which exceeds the whole sum contiibu"
' ted by the Mothodist Kpiscopul Church to
fureign misiioas. . They also protest against
the absorption ti the time of ministers in
editing, teaching Latin . and mathematics,
and directing book concerns, and hold that
laymenBiay be found to attend to many
, thing which now divert many of their min
isters from their proper work.
"( We must not be understood as meddling
in religious matters io stating these things;
we only refer to them for the purpose of
posting our reader , as to what direction
progress is working io the l linrch. The
laymen are receiving the sympathy of the
intelligent who understand what they are
' driving at ; and it is to be hoped that in
a matter which i plainly for the real good
of all concerned they may auoeecd. They
may not accomplish their purpose for sever
al years, )rut they will eventually succeed.
"Mark the prediction.''
'I Ha Exodus op Qkkklry. Horace Greel.
ey bos issued bis manifesto to the faithful,
. announcing his intention to diffuse the bles
sing of bis presence upon the benighted den-
' hens of Kansas, Utah and California. The
particulars and course of his route ore map
ped out by him as faithfully aa if bo ware an
Eastern Batrap, and undoubtedly Massa
Greeley, as Dennett culls him, expects fully
a much homage from the fuithful. . lly all
means, U believer io Horace, give him your
obsequiou adulation ; form your pr occas
ions, light your toroties, wave your baontr
and fire your guns; like arise, b reudy with
your foods to aid that unrivalled sheet, the
' Tribune, liring out your ehildreo and let
them goxe upon that serens oouotenance,
that in after year tbey may say to their off
spring, "I have looked upon Horace' (ireel
ey." We notioe that lloraoe doesn't include
any portion ef the Slavs Slate in his pro
gramme. Perhaps be baa bis reasons there
for. ATitber baa he made ony provision for
the safe being nnd welfare of New York do.
ring bis absence. Well, a pleaaant trip ' to
you, ioraoe; m iy you escape the bloody
Border Kumans and the truculent Mormons,
and return more than ever impressed with
the belief that 0 white tnao is as good as a
nigger, if bajnle.tsusvee himself.
Tho wo Bad Csoick. A hard
choice wa that to which Mr. C. brookner,
of Dixon, 111., was put the other day. A
freshet had washed away the bank of the
stream on which hie saw mill stood, aud
threatened to oarry awuy the mill la plainly
that he set fire to U to save it. - The explao-'
atioo trf tli is strange eboioe of o a.ule of to
eing hiaauill aha ii it hod washed sway
the luM "jut dn acd bridge - would have
. followed, whereas the bowing got the ttrpo
tttre out of the way without danger of waab.
Jog U up .;. itfwr.
Affairs if IIir.t. Advice from
Mitt, lloridurni, to the Nth till , state that
til continual reports of Invsaion or intended
invasion nf Cenirtil Aai.-rica !.J EllILs-lrra
from the United (atee. Iiml projitred injti.
riom effect In Mulling a bitter hotted of
the North Americans in the publio iilnd,
and kiim of cor citisena were osmpn'.led to
travel with Britlali pasaport for safety. Tli
people of Way lalanda (really dislike tli
Idee, of being transferred to tha rale of
Honduras. Ncrioa?, frauds hnd been discos.
red in llio aliorl weight of pork laid;
barreled In New York, and snch easwe are
to lit rigidly dealt with In future. The
Uelise provision tnnrkel wan dull. ' Tha
feather wai wry hot, and tha people auflVri
ing for want of water. Three aailors had
landed at llclise, who Said that titer were
saved frt ra tha wrack of Sardinian brie;
which hnd made a Vovnao from Now Vurk
i.i. .i . r ....
,.,.u, w.... . Wrtw ui proviaimi.,
and there loaded with piano fir New Or.
I . .k- 11 - i - . , . .
loana; that the brig foundered in the ( nr.
ibbran Sen, and that all handa, with ex.
j , '
swamping of the boat in win, I, they had I:.. 1
I . . ;
i oeouon oi incinaeivea. wore arownea n the .
"Among the prisoners taken by Miranion in '
the battle of the Ctiuibree, on the Tth nnd
8 ill nits says n print. I'nehla letter, "wns
Mr. Hubert (Inker, a native. born. American
oitixen. He died like a man, asking no fa
vor but a pencil to write a list word to his
wife, which was denied him, when, kneel
ing down and pulling his cap over bis face,
ho ordered them to fire. He fell pierced
with fire balls. The order to kneel and cov
er hi face was designed as an indignity."
Mr. () , wa are informed, says the New
' . ricayune, held a captain's aominis
o . ""din's army. During the Amer
ican u -t years ago, he held the
office of (oil. 'nini at the por of
Tarai ' He - 1 . Mexican la
dy 0' .. v. .1 "ounec-
tion In 1 (i.l 1 :,
The letter, which m . j ' , ,
avoid bringing vengeance ilo. , , ...
author' head, adds : 'The timoa are h.
hie here. There ia nothing to be dotta,
AxoTima Amuru an Shot ij Mkiiim 1
Even the richest merchants are doing
ing. Kvery tiling is dead."
IKsVIt is stated that the light between
Heenan and Sayers, for a purse nnd the
English belt, will not take plaeo till next
spring. During the interval it is expected
that lleennn will practice constantly with
John Morrisscy and Mr. Ottignon. Since
the sparring exhibition forth benefiet of
the widow of Hnrrington, Morrissey nnd
Heenan have heoomo warm friends. If the
arrangements Tor a fight between lleennn
and layers are completed, Morrissey intends
going to England with lleennn, and to sec
ond him in the ring. Moantimo Heenan is
airing himself in lloston, and is to give a
sparring exhibition there on Friday of this
week, ussisted by Morrinsey, who cop one red
him at Long point, but who with the bent
fellowship in the World, has agreed to go
with hi old antagoniatto England, in citac
he ia to unlit, to second him, if need be in
the English ring.
VV learn from tho Kansas (itv
Journal of Commerce of the 1st intt., a
citizen of Liberty, Kansas, named J. If.
l'ratt, who left St. Louis on the 24th March
to go to St. Joseph, has not yet been heard
of. lie hod with him when ho left home
about $18,000, part drafts and part oaeh.
lie is known ut Leavenworth and St, Jo
seph, and has been engaged in tha tanning
business until Jaat winter. Any iofornia
tion in regard to him should be addressed
to E. .S. Weldon, Kygcr, (Jalliu county,
Ohio, where his family reside
Ohio Ktato Tkaciikrs' Association. The
Ohio State Teachers' Convention will hold
its Eleventh Annual Meeting in this city
on tha Cth and 7th of July. Hon. llenuun
Cunfield, of Medina county, will deliver the
opening address. Amang tho papers to be
read is one on the "Diffusion of Knowl
edge," by John Hancock, Principal of the
First Intermediate Hchoal, Cincinnati. The
Executive Committee will meet here on the
6th of July.
&.Late letter aay that the miners
throughout the State are doing well and la.
bor continues high. A nuggot, worth $2,000
wa found at llath, I'lsoer county, imbed,
ded io the bank about one hundred nnd
thirty feet above bed rock. From tho frei
quent instance in which large masses of
gold are found io vurious strata of earth, ly
iug one above anotlur the conclusion ia
drawn by some "eipe-j" that gold deposits
have been made at different periods nf the
Am Acuommoiiatiho Euitok The Spring!
field News says 1'arsun llrownlow, of the
Tennessee Whig, tries to make it easy for
hi subscribers, these hard times. He ad
vertise to take, in payment for subscription
to hi paper. 'East Tennessee bills worth
twenty eents on a dollar, tShanghai chiakens
hoop-skirts, boot-jaoks, broom corn, baby
jumper, fishing tackle, puteut medicines,
sucking pigs, froieo cabbage, old clothes,
Colt' revolvers, second-hand tooth brushes,
ginger cukes, parched euro, oirnus tiokets,or
any other article found ia a retail store.'
leaf-The Wupollo (Iowa) Commercial says
that the scarcity ol all provisions in that re.
gion, there being hardly any thing left but
euro, and th.it ousting a dollar a bushel, the
auaruity of money, and (ho difficulty of liv
ing have sreated such a foaling auioug the
poorer people that a forcible leisure of corn
wherever it ean be had is Oct uulikely, riuch
destitution a this, ouly paralleled by that
of the remote region of M ichigan o yeur or
two ago, is remarkablo in this oountry.
OuSilver dollars have become exceed"
ingly rare. A letter from San Franoitco
state that their coinage ia soon to be corns
nenoed at the mint in that city. This is
thought s matter ef considerable importance
as it is hoped that th Chinese cun be in
duoedtotake tha American dollar instead
ef the ilexioun, whUh. ere at promhim ;
and that by that, means the discount on over
$2,000,000, which amount of silver is uou
ally exported to Cliiou, may b saved to the
merchant of this country.
Q3-The Wheat Fields, io this eoonty,
eay Uie Tiffin Ohio Tribune, never looked
better at this season of tl year. They .arc
covered by a thick luxuriant growth, beao
tiful to look upon end which, to the farmer,
auggestive of virion of "peace ood plen
ty'' and release ftow annoying;, creditors.
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ami a lare number ol vn.-ant I41I
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CIIA. K. fLAKKK
Hnl I.Oale Ainl,
1 i a Buu.iiuf.s.iat.
i,.,,,t,.,t, mnn aia ,
OHA3, E. CLARKE,
It 1. A I. HSTATK
WII.T. buv nj eel) on CommiMinn Ileal
Ketat of All kinds, HonH, l.nA WsrraMe,
Mntee, Mnrtfaere. milk mitHs-tVni mimI ncp.
tint ioftna. Will loritt I.Kftd Wmrnri'i, natif
fniri mi rA4AMhi mifi In itmmI rrtnilii
omtxtiilr, MMt m m grMMi afncy liU Miunilii
OfTl0 With T. J. B. Bmith, Eq ,
tlrn'i Put Mine, Thln1itrt.
CUT PROPERTY M
JfrTtrton A r)Miilinm ?t. Wwt libt.forlow
th tt. Mrifiil rrntn iiimj it.
HmiM And lit t'nw Wrrv, north
l.rr ABtt COHVVtl t II t. Lot o.
Brown it. ()((ott Biirlt,! -t. Ijirir ltrlok
HiuKNiJ Ur I,ot. ( HKAP.
Drown tl. Cnrwr hf Ann. Two ttory DmiMc
Mrh k H'lliH, If 'Hm( l(r, Ufll.
litrn. . Wtll rnt to mt 1
III, OO III IntrMtuM!.
Mellonoilghet.-lipposlle Ilirr. Two-story Frame
Fifth St. Corner of Montgomery. Fine Lot.
small ir,Ill i".uee.
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llldUCe Ilr UUIUeSS Iln'(mCUl.
Kaal filiate Aireat, Third atraet.
1 1 f I I.I. tin aiitil nlmMn j-r esliikine.l f,ie nil v
VV . T J V',. , .7 "'"
iniK.rtr,aato.k of llry GihhIs auo lirocerlea,
Inear r ae. l.lher with the l,nll.llnr.aloat.,.
fiaaie.altUale,llu a aatallvlll.ee near 1.I... A l
aiiew.lwellliiKluMiae. c.n'.iiunj alx roon.a, tttt
l.rKe lro ami kmI orchard.
lnealamllaa(Mline,wllhaOo.l run of hu-l-
neaa. ami the i-omla all.lealral.'e. Thla la a rare op-
iwrtumt .wlioiabutlltlleorno moaey Ureiiircl.
f'HAa. K. rl.AKKIO.
Flas Mill for Sale.
'P II K large Mill built by the "Dayton Klai
A Co.," with acres ol ground, la ofl'ereil lor aaie,
al a bargain.
It haa all tha machinery neeeaaary for doing a
lanre huaiiifaa, ciinilele and in good onler. The
pru-erty will he aold on the moat reaeonaMe terms
on ampliation to I II AS. K. t l.AEK K,
april Real Fatal Agent, Third street.
A FINE Lot on Steele's Hill, containing
7 acre -eaulllull)' ltliatrl will lie aold
vhaap, on mpllcatton to
l'H. K. CLARK K,
Real KataU Agent, d atreet.
' : dwelling House,
. i Clair and Wa-
' 'llouat fur-
'. .. , . , M.e
iniMlarfl atyle. Vllllho s
eaay ayiiienta,on appllcan
VHKs. i !
Heal and (ieneral Kstate
A I .SI I A liundanme 1'esidcnce on 5th .
fa between Mtln and I.udlowt atory Brli-k, well
lurnianeo auu nanuaoiiieiy improveu yarn. ray.
nientaeaar. I IIaJ. K. rl.AHKK,
mil 13 Heal Kalale Agent, L'legg'a Uullding, Jdat,
Oil ACIiKS in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
J A I ner, on tha O. a M. R. H., one hundred acre
Improted, tha remainder tlmttfr of good quality,
ueep, ricn, alluvial aii.
There are Iwogood llwelllng Kouseaon III prem
laea, convenient out-liouaea, and in tha itiidal of a
Thla farm is otfereil at the low prloe ef $13 ier
acre, Iwlng niiicli leaa than lla value, roraaleoy
IIIAS. K. I LA UK H,
He. I Katata Agent, 0 atreet.
IroMrty DrKi ruble
Ii.lTor for sale on reasonable terms, a
new and hamlaonta reai.li'iicu on 2d street, h
The lloute la lare ami commodious, with all Ihe
modern iiuproveinenta and oonveniencea; la tineiy
located, and In a good neighliorhood. Will l-cantd
cheap, II application 1. made Boon.
LI1AK. ft CLARKK,
rnliS Heal Kstate At-nl, Clegg'B Building.
LAND WAKKAVF3 UOUUHT & -SOLD
at CinciniiAti quotations, or located iu Iowa,
Kaiuaa, Nehraaka, or MiaBouri, l.y
CM AS. K. CLARKE,
niliS Third atreet.
I 0( ACKES, 10 miles Troiii the oity,im-
VU ,roveil, orchard, anrlnga, eie.
la acrea liinher, and 'if acres hottuni.
Price $4n iter acre. Kor.alel.y
(HAS. K. CLARKK,
miiS Heal EaUte Agent, 3d atreet.
OH OHO ACUESof Iind in Illinois.on
0JyJ.JJ or near lines of Hil Hoat-, compri
tug Imi'toved Kmitiuk nuii wild Iad1i.
Tot note; imving uiaII farms In thli ifctlon, tlmt
will tell t it guotl jtrkr, I would amy !!, wid no
witi'reyouciii. joi a inrgo iraci 01 iniMi hi a low
iirlcc, ud whnre you will bnv equally gootl mar
.(. ALSO, 10,000 Acres woll selected Lflnd,
In Missouri, txtth the quality and title of which
1 will Riif.rantfe. For sale or exchange lor oth
er pt-ojH'rty, ou the inoxt di-MirnbW' terms.
AUsO, A email but choice l'urra in 'lurk
Count, well Improved, will be sold cheat), and
e Ity property taken iu part payuieut.
ALiSU, A tine Lot on Luaiow et, between
4th and Atii, 118 by 90 ft. alley back.
ALSO, Uurden Lots of 7 -j aurea each, on
the River Hoad, near the city,
ALSO, A 3 story li rick. Itushiess House, on
Jefferson, hetweeu 3tl and 4th tti., and a desirable
residence on bth it., bet. Main and Ludlow.
ALSO, Fine iuipoved i'roperty in "Miiinii
City," and Dnytou View," In tracts of from I to
lb acreti. All Or sale iikap by
CHA.t5. B CLARKE,
feb'il Real Kstate Ageut, Clrgg' Building.
Manhattan Fire Ins. Co.
OFFICK, No. 6, Willi St., N, V.
- - $230,OCO.
- - 8125.000.
Insures Bulliilnga, Marchandtae. Kurnitiire, Veaaels
Port and their Cargoes, and other proi-erly ttgtuual
loss or damage by lire.
W. P. Pnlmer, Kamuel F. Mott, Rufua L. Ford, Wil
liam F. Mott, Kuwln It. Morgan, William W. Fox.
hiclinrd 'i'igde, 1'cter Coojier, Thoiuaa Bariou,
Hohert II. Sllaturn, Moaea Taylor, Thoa. W, IVar
aell, Henry i:ilaworlli, Augualua II. Ward, James
I'ullea, ilney Miuun, L. S. Suarex, John C'aaawell,
John HtewarJ, John C Green, liheii U. Crocker.
WILLIAM PUT 1'ALMt.l, freaideut.
Anuiiew J. e.MlTil, Secretarv.
, i CHA. K. CLARKE, Agent,
aprlS Clegg'a Building, Sd at.
OK 11 ARTl'OUD, CONN.
D I R EOTORI,'
Woodruff, (Prwt. Wuodruff A Beach I. Co.)
Ji-lSi Belter, (Of 0. II. Nortbaui A Co )
ft. Koberta, (Of Keneya, Roberts A Uoodwia.)
Uay H. Phelps, (See1 jr. Conn. Life Ins. Co.)
Timothy 8lielduo,(Coutraotor and builder.)
Jauiaa P. Foater, (Proat. Meob's' Sar. Biiuk.)
Sidney A Whits, (01 Speuocr, White A Uo.)
Chariot I. llillyer , ( 1'ieit. Chatter Oak Bank.)
El. jib 11. Owen, (Of Day, Owen A Co )
Homer BlanoliurJ, (Of U. Ulanobard A Co.)
Richard D. lUoWd, (State Attornay.)
M. M. aterrituaa. (Of J. A M. Murriuaa.)
William L Colliua, (Of Collins, Brutliera A Co.)
W. U. D. Callander, (Caahierof Btate Hank.)
MAHK HOWAHll, Prea't.
K. THOMAS LORHKLL, Sec'y.
Aiqillvatiolis received hy
CHAS. K. LAKKIC, Agent,
' Third atreet, llaytou, Ohio.
Would re far to
H. Darnt, Esq., (of Darst A Ucrchclrode.)
John Lytle, Esq.,(ol t'crrine, Lyiie .V ol.aw.)
and other luarohruita, who are ccquaiuted with tbs
huaiueaa men of Hartford. mb24
Irving Fire insurance Co.
OFFICC Ko. Wall Blroel, 1. V.
0A8H CAPITAL, g 200,0 t
Iiuuree Oulldlugi. J'urnltur, MerchnndlM, Venelt
Port and thir Cargoes, aud other afoiiertv
atfaiitat loaa or daaAafe by Are, ou lavoruble terue.
Muun Thontuaon. WlIliaBi Nielfon. Tohn H. Hlllv-
r,J castree, vantieriuis utoo, neujauiiu i
Hart, John uioiwen, Aurauaui ni oiuiuger, inouiaa
Christy, Win Kn.liord, John Rumer. Hyivaitua N
rd. Chat-lea BurkitaiUr. k) Aluuxu Cushiuau.Wni
jjaklry.JohiiOMureuhu B Hubby, Win FJtwkaon,
Atlaia Fraaea, Alunauder Mokeusle, Cha. Mtiriiag,
Jtweph KoKts, Johu H Ut-Krauw, lnvtd Samson,
ftir P Coiliui, HUpben Wray, Wrlyht Uilll-, Da
vid U Muii', Joha bson,Kretleilek iloiiiby, Cyrua
Kuapp. liaao Udelt. liala a. t,uU v,-WllUmit H Cor-
win. J Watittwoith Wtu. tejiluii. H A Kwrsvth. and
('hat Thuuiaoii. 1
aleVSTm L C owvi.L.Mei.retary.
' C A )i. K. I KARKK, Agent,
April Cktfg't BMlu$ , 1 hiiU it.
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, C. C. WAITK, Ptt'J. C. B. BOWKRS. Praa't.
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niion. janutiv lat. losa ' mtnn mi
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j DAVIS CTJPPT.
.,,,,.,,.. Agenta for Uajlon ami vicinity,
Fircmc-i's iDsurnncco Co,
CAPITAL, . 0200.COO!
ort f IHrrrtmrt far lf.
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DA N I KL K I KFRR,' p K MKAII
W. L. UARB-IW, MUKL MARSHALL.
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the gTrtntrrt in th atla tm , .
MARINI FlIUUlKH ua llorW Urua and at
reMoaat l ralea.
v'.ri"".', p"'"'''a nn,nlh( a. Iouk ai THHIf
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treiihle ni annxal rettewal,, anit materlellv haiU
eutnrtha eoat oltuauraaoa on tlila lre ilu. nil
".iVaaat .1,1. ,f ., Mwtta
anu intru, it, alalra
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D. w. inniaoa, ,.,. . uoria-iiil
TT A DTPrinn a-enTivT
AAillllX Ui(L. Ve- UXX4.
"!... 1." t
C i ty 1'irc Insurance
f'fl'rlPAV.-V ill.-iiAiri-fniM. v.w
Paid in Capital. kMOonn!
i wls iall the hiialneai of tha Cunimni In
!'h.w,"'. N.n-ta.Weatra ami SViuth-vveatlBeu
VV. II. S. AY KltS
No. 88 Main at.,oppoaite ConitHouae,
Wholcsnlo and Retail Dealer ia
I Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Tickles;
j every variety of Fruits hermetinally
neuieu in tin una glass,
lers, rinlad Oil,
Wood ami 1 Willow Ware of all varieliea, Child
reiijal aha, Toy Wagona, Wheelharrowa, Hockli.aj
Uoraea.elc ,elo. KM '
Opening Every Day!!
O THE LADIES
-'I NED HAS RECEIVED
" ' y 4.ootl 1 1 1
Her stork of bonnrta la large i i .,, i. . of Silk
VS.!!' y'"',' " '"t'r ' : ". -ne Spring
or't,tni'r"- S"e "l"on "
Mowprs, KiMions, eSilkn, IVnpcg, Shtmellrs,
ltonnets, f-ncfls, tlcud DrpRSM.ropp,
riiildrftti's lints and Flats,
All 0f wMo.s heoff'rHat LOW pnrCKS, at l.prold
and well-Lnown establishment. .Sheiollcit acon
linusnce of the public patnihaare.
V f Weswli tug and Ti iminii.g done on khort notice
MliS. N. HOWAKI),
No, 112 Main street, near Fourth.
"P"8"1 DAVTON, OHIO.
NoHcf , to tUhmH and Farmers,
HA VI NO contracted
with K. J. KNKt.:a, ol
Philidelphla, for one huu
drl barruli of Italian Ce
ment, aud also jWeutucay
Cement rPK"lnrly, I am
prepareil to build CI term
aud Cement Cellar, stipe
rlor to any tht hveteen
done heretulote. Work
will be made perfectly wa
ter-tiKht and warranted.
Hepairing tlone in the hoot
manner, and at the lowest
Kilters of every kind put
iln Cisterns, top or bottom.
isiKierns ui u parrels,
or ovec, tiltered free of
The Subturlber has had
Dine years ex.perienus U
the business, and hns given general satisfaction. The
bent of reference given. If required.
nriiuence, ino. nn, jom rsou sircei, wcni siue. d
tweeu 6th and 6th.
N. B. In order tocompete with those Brlcs firms
fhAt are going Into the CI tern business, 1 will bul d
Hrb-K Clsierns, grauted, for fio centa per bni'iel;
soldi, graut walled, lo cents ter barrel) Cemeut ou
earth, with brlea top, MaeuUper barrel.
VAN AUSDjIli, DIXON & CO.
NO. 92 MAIN STREET,
Opposite Court House,
HAVE NOW IN STORE AND ARE
ottering at vert- low prlcea, the largest stockof
Of everv description of their own Importation, pur
chased from tha heat manutaetumre, tkttt wns ever
All the beat aud moat varied assortment of
DAMASK & CHINTZ,
Transparent, Gold, and Rold and Velvet Window
Muoh aa Toweling., Table Linens, Napkina, Doylies,
Linen Hiectlngs and rillow Caaiuga. Alao
niiirselllcs , .
Counterpanes and Quilts,
WALL AND WINDOW PAPER.
These Goods art all I -ought for CASH, and will be
sold at 1 ,
On terma that eanaot but be perfectly satisfactory.
VAN A USVAL, DIXON & CO.,
mayo s Mala St., opposite the Court Houae.
AnNOUNI KaltNT TO THE
Ladiea and Gentlemen of Dayton
Great Gift Book Sale I ! !
A SPLENDID GIFT!.
Worth from FIFTY C'KNTS to ONK HUNDHKD
DOLLARS, will be given with every book
sold, for which we receive one dollar
aud upwards at tluis ot aaie.
OWING to the unparalleled suooeas we
hare met with for tha laat two months, we nave
uitcloui andelecant store.
Jefferson atreet, corner of 3d.
Andhavemadegreat eddltlonetoour alook of Books
nou .raeiry. v e are now prepared lo oner greater
Inducements than aver. Our stuck of Buoka aud
Jewelry ia new aud carefully assorled, and constats
of Hihfcs, plain and gilt, Historical, poetical ami
Mlaoatlaueoua Wwrka. The Ultla conalst of Uuld
aud Sliver Watches, Gold Lockets, Gold Chains,
Gold Bracelets, Cold Pencils, Gold Sleeve Bullous,
Gold Studs. Cameo Brooches, and a arpHl vj.rl..iw i
other articles ut Jewelry. Alao Ladies' allcgaut silk
AUIlNT WANTED We are neeiured In off-..
greater Inducements to Agents thauany other Book
Publlabara In tha United States.
.No. bj, Jclleraon at., cottier of Third, Dayton, O.
W. A. budonald!
Wednesday, May 4, 1859.
DOUULK'tSKIKT t Jupe lieroe Uren.
dine Hobes at t- worth S'Jfl.
Klch iluvege do. at $16 worth $W.
Haudsome Jiobes at six, seven, eight slits sn4 ta
"MewB. m ,
Printed Baregei, OrcHndlei, Prsauh Lawas. uid i
Ciaat.es, all st J4 e""',"" t.c. I
fit JOHN, t AMDOMtlN A Cv. 1
IbiLr raw 'i .tut )
, ununty , nn.i t.,te ol Ohio, nuniWir,) on the l:.- tainl ,
I ti'VT! '
... o ilfiyttyiX i
U:"",,,"X' '-' ' 't rrotu tho .entreol Ihei, ,
I'""' "I dm k on eaal .tile.
wmi, iiioniK.innrv i
i ' "V .,i,,,on 1 nirn aireel, n(jo wm, a
l"l,rO''tynnve7et to K.Thnnher,!., h. Aurnli,"
baua 1. Dec. S. Itua. .0,1 11.. . ,1 ' '." '. !' '
i K Heli.re htl Koa.l Loaipanv, uaairr salif Tr ial 1
1 k Meana, l.c.ng the weat half of he
pr.nrl ilea:itll in No. 4 ol the heilule ol nt.. '
jerlyronnecle-l with aatil Trust lleett, Aion watuli la
i ailuate a three at-n-y hrlek hi ea lioiiae I
I Alao. the folhiwiitv HmmI Kal.t. i,l...,i..i I
Jmea w, Iyrtr li!nitir,
Retihen Hnenhiirh, llefenititnt,
"J -Ut nf OM
t 'tmnty Hnpaarioi
T ld Iefendant ia herel.r notittexl that
lha tilalattir a(nMl.l ha lit i.i n.ii..
aalit (OMrt, a.hlnta ju.lr.et acnlnal aaH deten.l-
! Ma two ,.roml...ry ante., to wit, One r.ir
n p,f, flrnr. inrereur irtim v Iftth. IHA1.
I .,i v,tn na am,inr, with lla rw'eri
Mherrl oti mnti tlitnre. rraia l'ilmit i-t tun
" llilan I. notllleit thnt h It rf
Jitreil o(.prnrt al, rlltlin on or Iw
. "I 'h.'.,.h'r'1 alter the Ivlli.iat i W,-
' n V, iMM W. LuAkl.1,
i II Oit.araT K raar dt. i a 1 irnrr
j Truataa i Sale of ValuabU Real aut.
tv . t
IN purananoe of a certain fndentura of
! u.,VS" r.7T?..:fJ, K" '."nt Ar' '! H
;v'k" ra ;,v as, '.'.M'wte
; ","',"nnr eoa part, ih. mii d
otJ.nuar), lM, anil re... rde.l In tka ner(,r,,., -a '.
ft.-e nf Mntif.n.arr cnlinty January B7th, IHM In
"'""" ,M1 1-, pK -. trn, tit, , ju,6?i,
'" in.'"i1.".i".',H., em, sva, n,
iatdhdav. junk itu u...
1 At Iherloor of tha Cimri Uuumi, In the cll'v or iim. '
ton, l.eteen the hmira of 1 anil 4 o'clock, r
Alan, .atl of lit numWre.1 110, In lr dltv of
iOVtou,ileor.l.Maar..llowai Heine as fet In ileitMi
on the aoulh ai.le ol aa ,1 in-h.t, and ir.i, lei l inoie
OOl l-4.ll lleMllllMtllltUAUtl 111 MtUllniiuasuaiuinl.
SUtajol Ohio, h!i,r ami Ifln in Action 4, To n
Mip , Hoj( 7, nini ueicrtltei. At fulluwi. vlt; iu.
i htun,l,ed,.''r..0'.h.:;re.,,.,. ':;,vr, s - s
: aeven anil two tentlia pulea loa atone. In aal.l PatlJ
Newcoaih'a w-t nne t.ienaa north " auui. v
forty-four and one-lent I, Kles to a atone nn the
outh llneof Slh atreet, In the oily of liaitnn; theni-e
nvui iineai aaiu am street, n. 14" .a K thrae
iwirato a alone, nn the eaal llneol the corporation
of anlil city ol llai Ion, one inile to a atakai thence
N. IV h. alxty-llve one huinlreiltlia ol a pule to a
atone; thence aoulh 7B-40 K thlrtv-elght and nlne
tentha iolea to the plane of heglnnlug, contaiuliig
one and one-forth acrea, mora or ieaa. To I aul.l
auliject to the right ol way ol aaid llai Ion, Xenla '
Belpre Hail Road, twenty-mo and a fialf feet from
Uie centre of the preaent track, on each aide, whic h
A',o Lo,. ,.n.l.ered ten (I.., itVd , ,,,,'n (l) in
Ooudy'a MltloQ to tha town of Xenla, aa reoonl.il
in llrren county, anil stale of Ohio, auhjict to Ihe
right ot way of the Dayton, Xenla a lie) pre Juii
Terma of fU'e One-third cashj one-third In m I
........... mm iiiru in iwrivf m on WIS, WMh lit-
lere..,.h. a,ueed by mortgage ,h,o the properly
W. r. HUFFMAN, Tniaiee and Att'y. In faet
,fr the Hay too, Xaulat Ueipre 11. It, Co.
flfvofirrr, CoKl .
I A piirsnnnc of an order of the Snporinr
rt, within and lor theeonntyor Mnntgom.
!, T ""l
L.llrAwn. a. !.. U iri...t..i x
iienry L. Brown, a l.aac H. Klerateil, Rreetilora I
aud l'rualeeaof George W. Hmlth.dec'd., I
Sophia C. Klersted, James M. Umlth and others,
To msdireoted. I will aell at nnhiin .
ground immeiliately aoulh and north of Ihe Cincin
nati Freight and I'taaenger Depota, betweeii tha
........ . . uu w a-oiwa, r. ni., on
SA TlIl.DAY, MAX 28TII. 18.1i.
The following deaeribeil Hen! Kalale, alluale In the
city ol IMytuii, Montgomery comity, Ohio: Helug
numnereil 3n a)iralaed at 4MI,
Kald Lota being nn Kaker atreet, fronting the Cin
cinnati Freight and Pnaneiiger Depots.
Lot numbered SSS3 appraised at aino.oo .
" " IMioo
' assy " 70000
' " " " yuo.oo
. " "141 " II 8011,00
267 " (10,00
These I-ota are north of the Cincinnati Depots
and are very desirable for dwelllnga. '
Lot numbered 3643 on the corner, aprralaed at 160 00
." . . ,IM ou Ludlow atreet, " sou 00
Iheae Lota being aoulh of Depots anil oimo. te
At tho Door of tha Court House,
The aoulh halfof Lot numliered lll.on Pony,
bet. 4th aud Sth ats., appraised at
The north 4S' feet of Lot No. 83, ou Main
-at., appraised at. . 4.4U0 00
The aoulh 36 feot of Lot No. SSI, on Main at.,
eaat side. bet. sth and Franklin streets,
appraised at Ills) 00
XOorr of the weat, and of the south 70 Teet ' '
of Lot No. u, fronting on the alley, ap
praised at 600 00
Lot No. em, being N. Kaat corner on Basin
and 1st ate., with large Frame Warehouse,
apprnleedat I 200 00
Loia No. 096 (t of lat .troet, running
back to Hall Road, with Miami Founder?
and Mashlne Mioe, subject to an unex
pired Loac to James M. Miulth, appraised
St n .yyj QQ
Lot No. 706, with Drlck Warehouse, (Vine. '
gar Factory,) on kat aide ol liaalu, near
lat at., Aspraiaed at 2 loo Oil
Tlie tenns of sale are: line-third cash in Wild!
one-third In one year, and one-third In two years
from day of aale, with iutere.t on deferred pay
ments, to lie secured hy murtgage on the premises. ,
,.?f "? M tn Proi-erty 01 tbs heirs of Ueorge
W. smith, decoaao.1, by
HF.NRY L. BROWN,
. ... . Kxeoutor aud Guardian,
aprlS-dtt . and Sped a 1 Master Commlaaioner.
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
RECEIVED THIS DAY
A LOT OF
Sumirer Sllki atoe.t worth iSc.
. Ulauie sllksat aoe., worth $1.
Black silks atluc, worth $1.
Kaucy Bnregoi at 25c., worth 3" 'B'c.
Jaconet Lawns at 6io.f worth il&e. '
Vreuoh Uriiliiutta at i'iyo.t worth fiOu,
French Chlutzs at 30c, worth 25c.
Valenaiaa at xt., worth ?. -
Valenelaa at I'i! worth lVc.
6-4 BPd. Muslin at 10y,o., worth 1M.
ft-4 HIM. Mualiu at lbu., worth V2',c.
ft Bales Russia Crash at lue.. worth 19 'it-.
19-4 Toilet MlUs at Jl,fU, worth 2.
Together with an Klogftnt Lino of
Silk, Grenadine, Tissue,
Barege & Organdie Robes,
Ijice nnd nnd Silk itlautilluM,
That willsomiuir favorably with tha above prices.
Ohas. S. Weitherby,.
. na fifi'II siulet,
Bet. Vine aud Race ats.,
sprlt-dlra " CINCINNATI.
fpilE AUaullo and Great Western Railroad
A- Company are hereby notified to curb, gutter.
Vr.il .nil tf-.u.l .h. -i.i...-,1. 1- . . . . .
grade and gravel the aidewalk In frontal that pari
in-lois Nos. a47, M4H, aflis, attfto, -..fiM, ansj, .fiso
siaj, ri3S, 7wi, nsj, jiaj, rij? ,;6(,
3T4H; alao tha unknown uwnare of lot. N. .nuV
a74H! al" tha unknown owners of lots Nos.
m, 76S,I76S, al61, sine and alas, are hereny uoll-
Ued locurb, gutter, grade aud gravel the side-walk
irontoi saiu lots, fronting oa S'irar .treat, betwe n
Webster and Keowea streets, In the city of iiaytoa.
The aaid work to be dun. within sixtv uaysfruui Ihe
date of this notice, under tbs direction of tha Cllv
By oreer of th Council, this Mlh day or March.
D. IBjS. FltLDINO LOUBV,
P" - . - . City Clerk.
Charles Aubert'a Estate. '
ALL persons indebted to the F.slnte nf
Charles Auhert, dee'd, ars reajiectlully request
ed to call and eettle Immediately,
. . . . UOI.TIN, Adin'r.
Office, east aid alaln-street, over I. W. Darst a
etursv . Ujs
rPHK nurtrteeal.ln Impettnpa a. tuinn K.1 lour
thanain.of J. A. Walters Atoiuth. Liquor
a tarueery suaiue-s, is tuu day diaaolted by mu
al eouaeiil. The bualnea. of the Isle firm will M ;
taMtiiavi hv j. a. witem. i,u n.ih..i..ii .
ooiiseitl. JiiebasiueSM of ihe Uie firin mill h
,h Pi.lai.g.r. J. a. WAl.Tk.KSA c'o"
Daytpo, May , 't, mays I
tool anil sonetlu aituaba.1 u Mnaln,.. n.
,''" ,'"n J'n-1 -y other ma.hinea,
- Li. ,K.wer.to Kthe
TuMiu know tl.ut thev can get as ood a
, . -
-a mere IS n the 1UIII ket, at a reaaonnlile
r,rio I),.. l u w .
prion. IJur Aloellins wns aiven the All 1ST
report nf tho
Kiair nt ihn KrnnVliia .... . 'I.- I
i a t, r V - ' ' h,1',',''-
P'. Old I'LAIKD A T TlIK UK A 1 1 of
the list in point (If merit and li ia rnonivml
' "".nt, anil n.is rocOIVOll
"A Stit.'lt itt Tin
Tllr! r!MPI,K AKSOXH T.MEXTTHAT
A tre lia.e iinchiiie In every war en,.il to the
I AT TBS VliRY LOW tR!CB OP
I "--t wa
AteHO, tha reputation It hna a,uirsd In er
nty riUc-.e where it hna beon ititrodiirteil liaa
hti rrtofora renderml it, nnneccaanry ( Willi
111 liiinte l menna we hive hnd Wit lipiil.
1 1 :,t. v. . V J.
j"""1" '" M4ohine.,) to advert.ae Ui
1 " w wii.
,. . , , ,.:.,,...,'.
' nff nlromly KXCEUPKl) THE KUI.
l'LV, and beinn now fUICPAHKI) TO
EK r A y ir an 11! a
VUUhltS JTHOM I'TLl', wo feel It our
nidller wn.i.ixn . nor Aiu.it to par luol.
- KlRH PPIrFQ
THE FIRST TREMIUM
v".".1.1. oll,(,r., r mi
n" " ISCiinain, nnd
AM, OT1IRK traika al.
whicli it Una heen exhibited. It is
M HI ASSEO ui NOAI!
In beauty, simplicity, durability, quantity
and qtinlity of work, and is, in a word, tiik
Machine for the People.
Wr .1 ...... a. I un.ii .....
SMAI I I ' I ' I ) r n x i .'
L,J lklMII'Si and liuve therefore
placed it nt
I.OWJ33T, P03HIB1.E PBICE.
CI, and examine before pur..l.lSing else
where, at SA LKSItOOM,
. ' ' '
In illrlotSron lttillllnK.
. W- E ItlUWAiN & 10.
rornona at a distance can rclv
"pon having nil order prompt'"
Warranted Narhlnt, find full
Tof HSfl. '
rr-Henimntlhte LOCAL AGKNT8 wantetl In all
ir wi me weatauu Houtji, mha
NEW WARE ROOMS!
Cor. Main and 4th ats.
Plain anil Fashionable
Koru, Tuiira,Tiil.l .
. U li tot. Itfdatontls, ..
t usli StiinslN.
AT RE AS NABLE PRICES!
WOlif.D SAY TO AM, INTERESTED,
A that I have the beat aeaoitmentof Parlor and
Chamber Hulls In this city, and would Invite you to
can and aee for yourselves, and at aa low rates aa
MEDALLION PARLOR SUITS,
IN ROSEWOOD (SOLID)
Upholstered in rcps.wlth rich. Medallion Centres
Also, In urochntelle and Hair Cloth. Also,
ChamVer Suits, in lloiewood,
OAK and WALN Uncomplete Atupo'a What Nots,
of the llueat order. '
I wou d aay In conclusion that they are manufac
tured by una. If, and would he pleased to have you
come and sco my stock or Furniture, whether vou
0. P. BAYER.
aprs corner of 4th and Mala streets
Furnishing Goods i ! !
Now,, Novel, Elegant aid Useful A large
lot of those indispenauhle articles just re
ceived. The HOYS that mischievous class, who
tear their clothes I have no doubt will call
and see mo, as yoars of experience hui
proved to them that I enn suit their juvenile
tastee; and if thero is a bojr inside orotitside
the Corporation, who ha not worn tuv
JACKETS and PANTS, I wish to ace him
aud thoroughly rnnovato his extornul ap
penrance, by drosnitig him up ia a suit of
my well-fitting garments. Parents are roe
apootfully invited to examine the goods.
My stock of tientlemen's Wear i one of
the most complete and boautilul in the
market, f.'nll and examine the latest Stylet.
W. G. BREENE,
Sir2- No. I , Main street) Dayton, Ohio.
Milliners &. Merchants
DKSIRINO OHOICsl HP.W STYLES OP
or. ... Flower.,
MANTILLAS, LACE G00DS,ic,
Will do well to examine our assort
ment before purchasing, our stock
comprising the largest , and richest
assortment ever offered in the mar
ket, a large portion of which ia of
our own direct importation. .
P. DEVCU & R0CKW00D,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Silk Ooods,
aud Maiiulacturersol aluutlllaa and atrawUooda,
and 85 Pearl-street.
A. & T. MORE,
io an ktim:et,
Star Mills WRITIXQ PAPKRS.
Wall Papers. ,
WK would invite the attention of buyers
. to our SI'HINU stuck of
Paper Hangluga, Decoratiooe, Vc,
Which is now Very complete. We deliver luck
go. without uhaige, ui any part of the ciiy.
TS. hfivlnif unsettle
UR Customers, having unsettled auoounti with
will olease observe, that w hava rxJueU
itrlrtly to C llfcll !
1 "nllR "eairous 10 close our nooks at tns earliest
I"""1'' period, would aak th slteulloa ul all lo aa
immloiate SkTTi .km em r
JOHN, VAN DOKEN A CO,
March W, loos.
. ,1 .
rrilK Automntio i;ua(or, nr
er'e Friend, Is simply a Revolt
Frtfn-(, ft atlmplv A Ht v nil Iriff Cmtnr, wtia ft
nitmtrvr of Klrwi nr Km atlHchetlt i-roitirtna
rileaaant fiirrent id air andtlilt rm a ey the dies urnl
ncer-tii the is?s t the Htnner Table. The juices
dnnnt f xccnl ihnt of the orillnnry ( astor, oow on
exhibition Mp, for tale at
Bl'J Third street.
N. ft, Ttils will ha found an lnvnluabte srl'cle In
the flr-k room, for fmining and keeidng (tt tties.
BEAUTIFUL, UlCir &0 HASTE!
JI'HT received a frej.h Involi e of t'lo luteal
and ewe-t allies nf JKWKI RV, of every de
scription, suitable lor Ihe spilna trade, at
mine ' ua Th rd atre.it.
Time, Time, Time!
I'll IS daf received another fin neeorfment
of ffnlil and Silver Wale hee, with Dt'Pl.KX
iimi:hu l.nhH, mil Swiss mot tmtitta, from
tha moat cel. laraled makers, at
. sahse . ti Thlnl .treet.
Silver Ware, '
I9 la led if ft re.
AN tntire new and complete assortment of
every article .ult.hle lor the Table, at
IU Iblrd alreet.
OREGON :, "
Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON !
PIl ILOSOI'IIEIW pronounce the proposi
tion irrational that, an "irreaiatnlj. Iwul. ..n
eer come in contact with an ImmovaMe one " li..
that a-It may, one thing Is certain, and beyond suc
cessful contradiction, that Ihe IlKST and I' H KA P.
BSTOOOI19 ever ottered to Ihe people of Itayton.
:!?J1'',:M,'I,,' -",vor, FiFtH andclaV
SI KhKTS, where
- EENJ. F. WAIT
Is now ajienlng a large anil ina;nifleent aeaortment of
Staple & Fancy Dry goods,
Ju.t re lelved front Ihe Kaatern Cities, and selected
hy himself, expressly for a Js las market. His stock la
nil!, eooalatlng In part of
fancy Silks, Cliall!.-., Urilliunta, Jjtwn,
White goods, of all descriptions, Uo
siery, Notions, etc, etc A tine
lotofMprinft Hummer Khawla,
(-'apes and Mantillas, a
hire and splendid ns
sortincnt of Hon.
nets, ,fe lion
Kvery kind nnd variety or Huts n larpo
supi)!y--fi)ryounR and old.
-.. ""P.1. "u XJ'" "r "'"''' ' t
of the "deep waters," ,e feels confident In lieing
able lo aell at lower ligurea, FOR THF.t.ASH, than
ean lis obtained elsewhere) not eien exceptlnV the
eatahllabment presided over by the gentleman from
isew tork. apru-smdaw
r t t
i i s
The Largest and Cheapest
Lawns, Brilliantees and
In the city, Is to he found at the store of
D. W WINTERS.
Also, a full llneof other vrnua of
Dr ess Goods.
creat variety, from the 1'iieapist to the Best.
Immense stock, larger than la to be found In any
other houae In the city. None kept but the l:T
UUALITV AND STYLES .'OS T11L t-KltfcS.
SILK, KID AND LISLE
LACE ABD SILT KANTLE8 AND CAPEI"!
I ION NETS AND KIBHONS.
No. 94, Main street.
- . DWWINTtR.I.
PAR ICULAU NOTICE '
HAS KECENTLY AODEUTWO ROOMS
to his store,
CORNKR OP MAIN;AJD 20 8TB.(
Where he har on hand, and will for the tutor keen,
following enumerated artlc'es, in addition to
rormer stocs! -....
lioeewood,Onk & Walnut oanopv Iledsteads,
noscwoou, uult ano Walnut llivli Head
- Hunan iiodsteoiJa,
Rosewood, Oak anl Walnt Low
Bureau, Stands, eVc, to OIL out Cham-
Der tsete, t ine Book Cases, and
Ettagtre. Fine Oak and
M I U 11 O It S !
Oval, very large, heavily curved it Gne gilt,
Arched, " " " "
Square, of all aixoa and kinds, "
ALcU Mahogany and Walnut Mirrors.
FINEST OE JiOSEiVOOV, Jk W AL-
jv u i sue AH, til A IJtS, TAJJLESAc
DlfJereut Kinds of Rat n.ek.
All kinds of Bureans. Tables, Chairs, etc., always
hand. All uf the above cheaper lhan ever, at
Corner Main and ihl ateeels.
HATS OF ALL KINDS.
All Qualities and Prices!
Has Juat reeslvsd and noa otters
The Latest Styles
Kmbracluff every variety of
CASSIMERE ANI) SILK,
Straw tt ud A'ulsu JLeuf llttlnll
"Morphy" Straw Hats!
10 DOZ. -S(;OTCH CAPS..
CAPS In Great variety, ami at prlcea the moat fa.
vorable to purchasers. aprlt-dJ wtf
fJ.OIKY'8 Udy Jlotik for, aL, juat re-
oprl P. A r. . HUL,