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VXLLIAI! H. GILLESPIE,
.WholcsMo nnd Itelnil Denier in
PURNITURR, ODAIRSAND UATTRA88E8!
ALL OF HIS OWN MANUFACTURE,
T WIHII IT DISTINCTLY UNOERHTCtOD THAT I HKM. TsOTIllN',
good, substantial work, of Ihe jeet ,'.tcrn
I am turning bit attention eapeelallv to kl K
innn any oiner nmiiru inlet It.
tier H.maela thlet Ity.
MV I All I I VI k't rn. l i--1 .. .1 ... .
m.nt In Dayton.
a nivi mrroiT A rl,l IDD COMrMTt Itm 1. la
Roe. Wood, Martneeav end oak.
I annually lavlta all to aall and e n. I tak plaaaura In showing any atnra, whtthrr perat.i
buy or not. 1
COUNTRY DEALERS, TAKE NOTICE 1
I aril Surdity V with a BUTTE article af Medium and Common Furniture, ami aa lira a ar nil rl
iiv le Cincinnati. I am now manufacturing aver description of PLAIN w tin K. aurh aa Hi ilettad
Windsor and Can. Seat l helre, atureaus, Tables, stands, fce., fur tha Wholesale lia.lc
Plenast alv m n ('nil I
WARD ROOMS Ott MAIN ST., NORTH Or HBCOND, BA8T BICB, KO. SO
ftr Wyandotte atrMt.iMr Tifth, Dayton Ohio.
I, !r:.w t . . .
"i M M-ma nuainnaa Of ino
will h aatited br ma.
m lee, and I.I. V A II H A M K !.
i Oil K. lor home trade, ami u III aril I I1KAPK
. -, .. - - . 1 1 - -.. . . 1 . . l '
" v....-..., . ...m- o, .n,
Mt rml' nt-c nil . Mnllii Hd ( nuiBM.Ia
WII.I.MM It. OII.I.KKI'IR
whlla nndar lha proiirlrturahlii of Mr. n H r.id
W. A. IJILI.KIPIK.
Railroad Time Table.
Trains arrive and depart as follows:
TnAiaa Liaraa. aaaivaa.
OINOINNATI, HAMILTON DAYTON.
I at train,
8.00 a m.
4,00 p l
r,: f i
10, .IS a m.
7.16 p an.
SANDUSKY, UAYTON.ii CINCINNATI.
SprlnjrAald A Oolum. Ka.
1,0b a m I a.io a a.
Dataware A Clare. Kx.
Bandiiaky, . '
Dataware Kapreaa, .
S.lie a m 7,;ill m.
14.40 a m 1.40 p aa.
f 40 p B 7,40 p .
lai Train, r
B 00 a I 1M m
7.15 p m 7..H p a
DAYTON A WKSTKRN,(TaIadlaaapolli.)
lat Train, - I I.M aal (.11 l.
Id " - 11.40 e a I S. p a
.Id " . -I 6,60 p aa 1.16 a a
ORKKNVILIiK A MIAMI, (To Indianapolla.
10 a a I 10.66 a a.
6.00 pa 66 p a
t.XA an I ll,B6era.
( .10 p a I 6..sm.
1.10 a a ( 6 10 a a.
lat Train, I
Jd ' . - ,
FiRST OF TOE SEASON 1
Ice Cream, Lemonade
AND SODA WATER!
CAN ft HAD AT
TSr. II. BUCKFS
Kvtry Day t Evening through the tummer.
He t alno prparx1 to furnish prtv.te and wM
dlng pur tie, pie Bice, otc, wtth the beet of le
CoiiiwLotxi lM,te.. which he aflortle at very ronton
ble ratee. He re?lt condilent that heoan rfve enire
rior aooonmottationB for the price. Give hint aoall.
Cor. 2d & Main, N. Obmer'i old stand.
FIRST OF THE SEASON 1
I C E C R E A M
CAN RS I1AD AT
F. J. W E L T Y' S.
This Day and Evening,
And every Day and Evening during the eunimer
eneon, at the corner of Miln and fourth etreeti.
The rollowlnlng Uat of NK W.BOOKS, Juat reo'd.
Ky WILLAKU A WIICATON.
Tom llrown'e Hohool Dayo at Kughy.
W.jhoo!? Bn,i IIoIidaa.
... ' By Olljihant.
.. .. . . By Baron Btowe.
Ibo 1 lllar of Fire, or lerael in liondage,
hy tha author of "Prtooeof Hnuae of larael."
Converaiun of a Skopdo a Member of the
' i. . . ' By Rot. M. P. Maxwell.
- J4ey'j XaJj g IJook, for Maj.
, ' - A LKfrU, w
WALL A WlNiiC.r I'ApvnqT " --
aprlO No. 2a. Third atret
Boots and Shoes.
J BOOTS AND SHOES,
IS. J Iai is
B. N. DAVIS',
33. 1ST. DAVIS',
No, 79, Jefferson street,
Cor. tit Clair aad leoond BtreeU,
DUKIMi the twenty
months eince I have oj ti
ed the statile on .Hue nnd
aod St. Clair aU., I have
treatetl Id my Horse In.
flrmary more than 46u hor
ses aud oowe; of these
there were many animals
which the majority oon
elderedlucoratne; and yet
1 have treated them with
the verv best euoeess.
The pubito le therefor re peet fully requested to
favor me with its ooattdenoe and p-ronttge In the
treatment of Horse and Cattle and I will spare no
pain to deserve the name.
Ttt following tealimuulali ftivan under their own
nanus, ny my patron, axe aumuieui to prove tuy
Davtom, Onro. Oct. 30, 1887.
We. the under.lKtied.oertlfp that A.. GaUiv. Veter-
Inery Surgeon, has treatvd si ok horses for us, and
. in we are out only suunou wiitt me cure ne h
enuted for us, but we oasjieiitiousl r iwuuntniend
ht.M toall our frleaila and acquaintances aa an ex
perienced an. satUiul l'hBlciaa In this branch of
It. D. H a re h man,
J. W. Harriea,
Ke?. A. Anderson,
K. N. Couly,
0. B. Clark,
11. M Houk, .
K. O Urien,
H. C. Eoiley,
J. 8. Hell,
1C Cham bars,
lloloiea' Imperial, Belf-adjuating Nettdd
SOMETHING MB WARD BUPEHIOH.
Oouglau ic Sberwood'o Adjuetahlo Buttle
25, 27 and 30 Springe, PICO LOM INI
Jnat reoeiTed and for aale at eaati prtoea.
prSbl JOHN, VAN IMJkkN A CO,
Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE, BECKEL BUILDING,
0a Jefferaoa otreet. Bear the eoraer ef Third,
In room loraart; oaaupicd tr JuaUoa TarroDoa.
Partloular atteatloa paid to drawing Daada, Mort
ia;M, Coutrata, Honda, and Lriiat f auara
aa. IVUCa e.ry aay, at the "Metro
M'.aur" aVaiaek, atf
CHEAP GOODS !
Just Received, March 26,
No. SO Main ISIrorl.
OPPOH1TK L'OIIKT 1IOIJSK LOT.
HKNNT I.. BROWN, AH. IKWIN.
BROWN & IltWIN,
DKALKIlSINMUNf ATTA IKON NAILS,
steel Anvlii, Vteei, Hellowe, Fllee, SptlfiKt nni
Ax lee, In all their vnrictira, nl Mi.mtlKiittrere
of fitovee and Hollow Ware hy moil approved pat
tome, all of which will be sold on the uioit rcaeun
bleternie. We are the neeetnor? of Smiiel B, Ilrown.at hie
olditandon the corner of Kint ar il Mill itrcete,
Head of the Drveln, 1 lay ton, Ohio. Our rounder ie
t the foot of Ludlow euect.
.Mauufucturcra A. ltlochlnistt,
Will Hnd at BROWN fc IRWIN'S a general at.ort
nentof Heavy liar and Slab Iron Steel, etc
Will And at BROWN fc IRWIN the hent of Bur,
Home shoe, and Nail Rod Iron, I'liee, Han pa, Bel
low, Vice-, Anvil-, and othur Toole.
4,'nrrlHneitl U ugon lTlnkrrft,
Wilt find at BROWN fc IRWIN'S a large an.ortment
of Dar.ily, UiKf:y nnd Wgn Tire, Spring, MIm,
H'lh Hands, L arriage and Tire Boll, etc.
lMowund lltirrow linker.
WlUflnitat BROWN and IRWIN'S a large ansort
roeut of Slab Hi eel and Slab Iron, of variant ie.
Will nnd at BROWN and IRWIN'" a large lot of
Hoop ami Band Iron. ffh'Kt-dawky
WINES AND LIQUORS.
10 do. cipHrkling Cutftwha,
10 coaea llerinmliv .lulip,
z caxae t ort i me,
2 " Sherry do.
2 " Madeira do,
2 " Clnret du,
i dozen lilnokberry Hrnndy,
.1 " t berry do,
. " Lavender do,
5 " (.linger do,
S " Aromatio Suhnnppt,
5 " (iinger Wine.
M blila. Old i;.vo Sc liimrlwn "Whisky,
C " Old ilennciisey und Oturd
The alwve Lliunra aro warrantnt rood, or no
aale. K:iiallkea nnd Dcnlora arc miufatt-d to anil
and exaaiinvlorthriiuelvoa, Kor ante only b the
HackAic u or li lo.
i. anci r. B. SHI'I.L.
The Coleman Farm Mill.
THE WONDER & ADMIRATION
Every Farmer His Own Miller!.
ORB AT SAVING TIMB & EXPENSE
SUCCESSFUL METALIU MILL EVER IN
VKNTED FOR MAKING UUCKWUKAT
AND FAMILY FLOUR.
Itcanoerun by Horse, steam, Wind or Water Power.
frlce, with Sieve arranged, for sifting Corn Meal
for family nse, while grinding, $tu
Price, with Bolting Machine attached, for
making Family Flour, $is
Descriptive Circulate can ha had, nr the mill can be
seen In o iteration at then trice o the "Coleman Farm
Mill Company.' Tribune Buildings, No. ? Spruce st.t
N. Y., where all orders will receive prompt attention.
deeio-ia MAKTIN THATCHFH, Hvv y,
One Horse shoeing shop,
ON THIRD STREET,
A ,few doors Kant of the Post Ofpk r,
THE Subscriber is now better prepared
than ever to accommodate hla old cunt outers, and
the puMle, in the
IlorK4li6aiii(r Kiisf nth,
fn Its various branches. I'articuUr attention
will le given to all lame horses, such as
split hoofs, and hool-bound, and c rnsin their fc-t t,
will lie cured sattinctory to tt.e owner of such hoi
aes, and If not, money will te leiuitdtd
Al.U. Horses that ii.terUre will he shodtnpre
vent It, and wnrrauled, nr money refunded.
He will personally superintend all work entruttd
to his care, llianklul lor past fnvorn, he ren)vutlul!y
aaka a continuance uf the patronage ot hi.old cus
tomers, aiid will lm happy to accommodate- as many
H. w ones as may favor him with a cull.
aprli-dawiy NATHAN HIFFKRMAN.
(.Journal and Gazette copy am.)
BIM1M & BrtO ,
hi:ai of Tim uamiiv,
UAVK JUST KECKIVKD TUKIU
NpriiiK atoca, emlirncinir In part
loo Doge Prime Ulo Cudee.
12 do Java ami Mocha.
I Kin. atocli of all kinda of Hugar.
111,000 pound, extra S. (:. Ilnma.
eo,ooo ao du Nliuuult-'ia.
-ju.ooo do do Sulca
10,000 ll.a extra a C lined fleer,
lud huab. clmloe tVlilto ucana.
i 00 hutu assort d IibIiiU Tohacoo.
00 ch.taauduaddia aeaorted 'leaa.
60 boxe. No I l.ernitui aonji,
lMl do Pure Coru tilarch.
54 do KalaratUM.
JO do Koda.
0,ooo Hue Ciera.
70 aatliB Dried Pcacheaand Applea.
A l.tue lot of Frrah While t'lah, P.okorel, Shail
Baaa, Coilllah aud Maoker.t.
IO0 l.t.la. No. 1 t'.miiy flour. mhie
CIOARS AND TOBACCO.
75 000 ,m01iTKD uud Loue8tio Ci.
20 boxe nod caddies Tolmcco,
19 gross Anderson's Koluoe,
10 " lironson a i''in Cut,
2 krg Fine Cut, for Ketniling.
mhso II. and F. B. SHULL,
Blaok Tatnortine Cloth,
. . Jilaok Grenadine Herane,
Black Hilk Or.nadine, '
Ulaok DyaJer Uerage,
Ulack Bernge Roles, '
, Black French Lawns,
uiacg rrenon urgandiea,
tiooa 8 too it MourniOff Prints 1
nt tha s 1
fc ' luo
VDn DIUH Of
.I'iHNiJk AN DOKEN and CO.
.(-A BUBH. best quality ol Pinkeye PoUtoes .
1 JU lust leetved from the N irth-waat iVuViZl
. W. . JtaANhkivauao and CO..
Railroad Time Table. Latest by Telegraph.
BALTIMORE, May 13.
The new T'.nnine House of the riiil.vlcl
phU, Wilmington Itnllimorr llnilmml Co.,
on Contnn Avenue, watt totally dcNtroyril l.y
lire early this morning InRPtlit'r with fire lo
comotive. The (ire oririitatrrt from sparks.
. , . . . .. i
iron, a treigni engine, in. II res in wmcn Dim ;
nmraKlI lllliiuiliril. IV UIIIM ,
out nliout two o'riook. i'lio Iom in ttio
miililing i fitiOij ami fiom f to
ilamniro to f:h of the locomotive. The
iniiiuK.i . va..ii inn ,.n;i.iiviiT.v. a iif i
ilainie to the etationery mechincry i tlmit !
f H t J. I lie engine! ana lionae are lully in
mril,hlf in the lialtimore Kin-man a, and
half in the HaKimore Are Inaurance Cornjia
Iii". The total loan i $2UjL ). ,
AUGUSTA, May 13.
lr. Tomlinson.of M illnlgcville, died yes
tcnlny. lie wm formerly a inemiier of l!on
grcaa, nnd latterly a diatingnishiHl meilical
prartitioner, well known and highly esteem-1
ed throughout the State. :
Win. Toi-key, a citizen of Orecn county,
(ia., wm killed liy ono of lm nrnics. j
I'otatoen, new, per fid,
Drifd Applea.per bu
" I'l'nrhei '
Corn Meal " R0
Floor, per bbl., 7,tl0(a7,50
$30 per ton
CINCINNATI, May 13.
Tlotir firm. 7..rU(;i7,7S for euperfino.
Vrovieiona huoynnl. Mea Pork 117,00(31 H,
00: prime i:i,IKI(;M:i,7r).
Wheatati-aily. White l,Cfylt,e0; Mod 1 ,3f
Hye in fair demand at. 1,00
HarleTdi.il el 6fi(iTC'J.
Oata, 60G5 fur prime.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, May 13.
Flour advanced Ohio $7,fW(ft 8,0,1
Wheat buoyant. White l,b&7I.9r; Red
O-trn firm at !5f)d for mixed ; Whitn R8
Pork firm. Mom. $l9,ftC(:18,.rM Prime,
14 Sf.rtfl l.M).
Wluaky dull at 31.
rot namttacaa lm obtained U make It aa abjact for
him so to do.
Those wishing to join tb' ."-a, are rei) nested to
Thia new and beautiful etyiw oumukr HAT
received and for sale by
Chamberlain & Parker,
aprtlO 114, THIRD STREET.
TO the Atlantic and Great Western R. li
Company,owncr. of Lot. No. ST30,3i31,:n.l!l,3733.
B734- 3TAh. ai.lH. ?.. m...A uitJ. .n, .. ,. J
S7J4.3136, a739,ni,s7.o, andoiw, ami the unknown
nwnersoi iia no. S7a, 3io, tnnt, aiw, and 7S3, to
till and ralae aald lota .o a to atiate a nulaaiira cauaiMl
by ataenant water. The .aid wore to l-e done with
in twenty days, under the direction of the City Hn
ginecr. By order of t he City Council, this 3d day of Slay,
A. I). 186S. ' "
muyS-Swd FIELDING LOURY, City Clerk.
Star Show of the United States :
This Company la Bnlectd from the best performers of
Europe tvtid America. Promliiciit among the fnatiiree
of this slagiilttoent UaUtbliahmvut will be found
THE ANTONIO BROTHERSI
Formerly of the DIAVOLO FAMILY.
OtlLIAMO ANTONIt), LOBKNZO AMTOMTO,
ACOUHT118 ANTONIO, ALPHONZO ANTONIO,
WILLIAM AMMBTRONU, JACOB BI10WLF.8,
JOnNNY DAVENPOBT, BIABT. UKNBIX,
Mlia. J. flHOWLE.1, ' M'LLK KLIZABCTH,
J. W. PAUL, J- DAV1MK,
Till MIOASI BALLET TBOUPB,
riBFOBMINO HOBSB ASIKBICAN XAQLI,
TRICK IIOItHB NONPABIKL,
CUktlO DOQ YAKKIF.
A Beautiful EtjUfslriui Pantominie Every AflcrnooB.
A NKW, SPLENDID AND TF.REIl'IO ACT I
Brery Night, lo which the
DETIIR El II 1 1ST C3-1
Appears on the Hlack Bope, revolrlng at a TerrifiS
lapsed, end oouipl.try env.lopod lo a
VOLCANO Of riBK.
Performes at 2 and 7 1-8 o'olook, P. M.
WU1 BaOiibtt at
DAVTON. Frliiav. .v B7th Tanv n-l..,r..l.'.
Mi, filth. GERANTOWN, Mayvtith. A.linlaaiuu,
Box so centa, Pit HSoenta. iuav7-ww-il
rri i,ti l,- l,,-rs iiii
To th e Fashionable Public!
1MIE undersigned ha now and lias bad
. for the loet two weeke the '
.... . ' ... .
Srlkir talylea of NOR und t'tivai
They are oertnlnly a very nlee style of dreaa hata,
for Gentlemen 'a woar. All other kind, ot anil hata,
lur men and boya. Alao, capa of all deaorlptious 10
abunilauoe, clieop, for the "ready Juhu."
Call at m. Third street.
nih . , K. FAVORIIT.
MR. h. V. II. CROSUV reapaotfully an
nounoea to those in term ted la the cultivation
o Vocal sMuslo, that ba will oorumeoee with au
elwiueutary claaa at bis Music Hall, lir Alain st.,
(over the Music tur) as suuu aa a auttloiaiit uum-
orsii anu iut UotUK uauiee - ( ri eOUTC"
Tickets for 14 t
r.5. r 3.
NIC as S
't of ,
A10 UPAI.rit in
style oi tiietraucanu auonrtii.igto thenisotrahlon
("aini'hrinj 1 able out, Gentlemen's clothing of ail a tit as. He
' warrauta all his work to give perfect aatlslactlon,
M"IUK.S AN II tHi Alio,
t'KKI'rt (ONSTANTI.V ON II AND,
general variety nf Fmtta. Ha la alao aaatil
fur the aale nf old llourtton Whlatty,
NO :t()l, SKI '(INI) NTIiRK r,
1 ' ' "' 1 1 1 1
,, door t. A. Olmp'i atoa front Dry Heads
Btor. .... jjai roi, OHIO.
100 Bag. Prima Ooffaa,
o. o BRirirf
SO Brtle. Molaa.ee
100 Package fine Tone,
1O0 Boitee Tobacco,
20 Hde. Bo iter,
74 Bom Bonp,
40 Doaen Bucket,
B. O BRIFirt
40 Bbla. Cr'd. and F'a. Sugar,
20 Do i en Wnah-bonrfl., Fl. O'BRIEN.
A large ntock of Bptoaa, Cbeeae Wute
and everything that may be needed la
a atora of lha kind, for aale by
VINES & LIQUORS.
19 Quarter Caeae Fort Wine,
20 Quarter Caake Brandies,
2 Pipe Boll. Oln, B. O BRIEI.
ISO Bbl. Old Buorbou Whisky,
73 Bbl. Fin Rr Whiaky,
80 Bbl. Rectified Whiaky,
Madeira, Bberry, Claret, Muacat, na
tive aod Malaga Wtnee,
- . . v anlIi11'
150,000 Imported Clgare,
. . f1; OBRIBW.
Wlnea and Uimora, free from druea, too.ll and aee
inn, and I will do al In my power to eompeneate
them fur their trouble.
WHEELER & VI()
Corner of Thlid and Jefferaon,
DAiiom, - - OHIO.
WK offer the W heeler ' Wilnon Sewing
Machines, with ImportnnKinprovements, at
a reduction of tie on formerprlrra, and to meet the
demand for a GOOD, low-priced Fainily Machine,
have Introduced a NKW ST LK, workim upon the
same principle, and maklnq the same stitch, though
nut so hltfhiv finished, at
riFTr-FlVB DOLLARS 1
The elegance, speed, noiclr)aiirs and simplicity
of the Maohtr.e, the b-auy and etreiuith of stitch,
Im.Imk AL1KK ON BOTH Ml)!.?, ituimssihle to ravel,
and leaving no oliniu or rl'in': mi t under side, the
vlng no chain or ridgy on tlii under side, the
IMnnomy of thread.and adiiptabillty to the tliica-est
! or thinnest fabrica. has rendered title the most sue-
ccssful and popular Sewing Mkv: luuc now matle.
icssiui ana popular tewing i la- iuuc now uiaue
At o.ir various omvca, wo eull at New ork prl-
... ' I
gather, bind and tuck, all on thaeame Machine, aud
warrant it foi thtoc years.
SKIN i UK CALL Ftllt A tl IICULAU, contain III
V-iia ' p ' w i vV 'u a. rn
T. N. GREEN
! VriSIIES to Bay to his friends and ousj
r tomera that be la now receiving, in addition
to hi. varied .tuck of Urouurlca, a large Invoice of
Sca.onatile UooUh, auohea
Choice HuL'nrn, I'owdcroJ, CrunheJ, Oranu
latctl, Clarilicd, N. U. and Brown, Mo
lannes nnd Hyrupe of Jifleront kinda;
Cufl'ee of every style and price, -Kioe,
Dried fonn. l'eaclice,
Peeled do,; Uried Ap
jilei, Tcaa in
Or Small Caddiea; very tine, and a lowprloea.
Suur-curoJ Liatue, riugar-oured Beef; Oer
uian and No. 1 bonp, Fanoy end Tran
iparent do.; Prunes, Plume, ng
isb and Dried Cherries, Zante
Currants, l''igs, Uiisine,
OranKes, Lemons, No. !
J Mackerel, Uali
freah nnd Cove)
Jet brand riour,
: Potatoes, Ac, 0.
Hia atock ta larRC and complete, and he la prepared
to sell at WHOLhSALK or RETAIL pricae. those
wishing anything in his line, will do well to call and
exaaiifiu nis stock, jho. ie sou in siac sa at., L7
ton. Ohio. febo
Oregon Saddler Shop!
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c,
MITCHELL & M GAUSLAND
Corner ot Fifth & Wayne streetN.
Uanufaoture and keep conetaotly on hand every
vaaiety of t
Of the heat material and make.
ror CASH, Fxclusivel 7 !
It Is the only house In this city that manufacture!
CTJKLKD HAIR CANK CoLf.Aitri.
We return our siiwerethanks for past favors, and
reaj)ectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
Citizens and Farmers are cordially invited to call
and ice ns. MITt'HKI.L fc MiUAUSLANU.
DeCoursoy Sc Goynes,"
FashtonaDl Barber and Bafrdreuer,
Basement of Maaday's New Building,
.SotifA- Wttt Cornrrof Jefferaon and Market.
HAVING fitted up their rooms in the best
style, they are prepared to attend to the gentle
men of llayt.ei In the Shaving anil Hair llreaainfr
line in a very aitpcrtor manner. They are now
running three ohaire. They only aak a trial, and
are roulideut they oan pleaae all who give them a
O II I o
Photographic, temple of Art
' COR. MAIN AND THIftn BTS
! I)AV K, O.
I UAVK KKt'KNTIA lii 1 1 i l ill) 'i'UlS
WCll-kuoWfl (Illicit Willi all the uuiilov aii.anta
;olthe Photnyraphli: Ai I. lud list c made il the moat
, complete audattiactive in the .ity. ! have proou-
1 red tlie riKlit to uae tlicHmar Catutra, the luuat liu
portaiit Improvement lu Pl:Oti.'gisphy, ami aui pre
pared tuunlaifre to Lite Mrs eu i.auv saaoi P-iiter,
, Daguerreotype, Amhrotypee, cr Mln-
I latute roi lulls,
or auy kind, and have thim colored ui OlI.Ci jy.m,
1 Water t:otu,.ir India Ink, by the very best Alii. I.
i '1'tionc halilix auiull lilotiiica ol deic-iaod friamla.
ifcl'i1i'!.Ji'faJ,fS0!"l:r'!,t """'if ddur.
, bliTZ,l X r&lfiti&S$:
' Parlmont Mr. o. D. FINtii.oueol the beet .trtiats
i l'0"d 'tatoat aud cordially luvile all to eali
audexauilna hla.peclmene ruueully .iiiaierd Ihev
.jicna iui ...uiu.aivo..
IsajT AU work warranted, or no obarira
will bo luade.
I. N. WINTER,
NO. 113, MAIN 8TUEBT,
Between 3d and 4th ita., Dayton, O.,
'MAKKd this method of informing- tlie
-1- oltittena of Davnn and violnitv. th.t La 1...
now in hiaeiniilovian averal exoulloot wi
lewsfSa aaV.tsaa-al a it a. I sain uinak...
j aud that tic la prepa.
i7-BfeBi te) sirilsar In Ilia .t
aUiU miwvuuiij pwiiviHt) iiiMrtU BU
A LL OHDBIW LEFT KITIltK WITH
JX Kaqulre Torrene or U. Weodhuiii will be
oeapuv niieo vj
0, A. filAM
ar. oi puoii. I
LAWS OF OHIO.
Published by Authority.
[No. 194.] AN ACT
mrlde ara alfaetaallr fur Ilia taf. koa.in(
of tha aeeurltlei dapnaitad hy beak, and for
reJaaption el Iheir nowa.
SMtlon 1. Ba It enarted h, the flan.ral Aaa.na.
Wf of Ika Rtale of Ohio, That tha earllllealaa nf
lha funded d.bt f thta aute and of the I nitad
State., roquirad to be dnpoaited with and trana.
fvrrad to tbe treaaurar of atala aa aororitr for the
redemption of the olnnlattn nitaa of lnd.pendi.nt
hanking eompanta., aarreaalil to tha prerlalnna of
tha art lo Incorporate the atate hank ef Ohio and
ether hanking ennapaniea, paaaad February 16,
IH, and tha eerilhoatM of the fended ik bi ef
the auta, of ike I ailed Rtatea, and ol othar atatea,
required to he traoafarred ta lha auillu.r ot atata
eeenrit; f r the redemption of elraulaUng notaa
hanking eooipanlu, aimealiljr to tha pro.iaioea
loftheaotto aalhoriaa free bankine. naatad AU.,
, auu ui tu. aa .u.pinin.niarj to in. laet
aentinned aot, paaaad April II, 18jfl, ahall here
after he depealiad with the Ireianrer of atate, nnd
be earafull, preaerrad by him In the aula treaau
ry; and all of auch earunoatea ne ahall hare h.rn-
tofore been traoafarred to the eudllor of atate
ahall be ha hint depoalted with tha treasurer of
atate, end be earefully preferred by him in the
ilall treaanry. All auuh ceitilicaUi,o dapuaited,
a. aball be trnnaforreble el nny agency or office In
thiaatale,of tha United Ktatea, or of any other
tnte, ahall be tranafcrred end made payable to
"the treaanrer of the atata nf Ohio, and the comp-
broiler ef the treaanry ef the a tot. ef Ohio, for the
nae ef (neming the particular banking eoapany
owning or depoalting the eerne); end uch eeniu-
depoailed, end that hare heretofore
bee depoailed, aball be .ubjeot to aale and
tranafar upon tha written authority of tha treas
urer of atata, the comptroller of the treasury, and
tbe pre.ld.nt or raabiar of tlie particular bank
ing eompany owning or depoaltlng the ame, and
not otnerei.e, except ae neroinalter prurided; and
an vi lui-a hiiimhwi so wuuauou aa .nail DO
payable to any paraon or pcraona, corporation or
banking company or order, or a.-Una, or hearer,
ih,n b, tranaferrable by dellrery, ahall hy
-" V '''.
treaaurer nnd comptroller fur the uae of the bank-
ing eompany owning and depoaltlng the same, In
nner afurasaid; and sued oerlitica(es aa shall be
so assigned end deposited, and such as have here
tofore bees deposited ahall be transferrab'e by
indorsement ol the treasurer and comptroller, by
special indorsement, to the banking company
owning ar deposltins; the name, or to such person
or persons, company or corporation, ai the presi
dent or eaehier of the proper banking company
shall authorise In writing, and not otherwise, ex
cept as hereinafter provided; bat no luoh transfer
or aestRomant shall ba made unless the banking
company owning or depositing men oertinontes
ball be entitled thereto, egreenbly to the provis
ions of he aet under whioh the banking company
snau nave ieen or.anuea
ate and the comptroller of the tr.einry, forth-
state aod the comptroller of the treasury, forth
wl'.h to make, and thereafter lo keep in the-r res
pective departments, accurate accounts of oortifl
eatee ef debt so depoalted as afore aald, and of nil
certifloatea hereafur deposited as security for re
demption of ciroit liting notes of banking compa
nies, and the treasurer aball forthwith inform tbe
register of toe batik department ol the oertifioales
that have heretofore been and that may heron ft or
be deposited; and It shall be the duty of tbe regie -tar
to keep accurate account thereof, and euch
accounts, as also all other accounts pertaining to
banking oompaniea, shall at all reasonable timet
be open to the inspection and examination of any
officer or agent of any of aald banking oompaniea,
of tbe governor, auditor of atate, treaaurer, comp.
irouer, ana attorney general, or either ol them, or
any commissioner appointed by the governor for
that purpose, and oi any committee of the general
aescmb y, or either branch thereof thereunto en-
tburiaed by resolution
Bee. ft. Whenerer any banking company ahall
deaire to have any plate or platea for circulating
nntllS Ar VTAVVad. OF an lllnilit rtlronlnllnw
. . , w'u n ,, .t T-
F"i .jr .. t.,u..Hiwr uiinin
In writing, tbe comptroller -hall Iskuc an order to
the treaaurer of atate to cause the aaroe to be en
ine treaaurer oi swie io cause tne same to be en
graved, or to be printed, apeclfying particularly
tha filar ulafaiB In ne anortiweil a tU ....u
in" P1" " lulM 09 engraved, or the aeveral
denominations ot the Monk notes to be printed,)
with the amount of each denomination: ami l his
treaaurer oi state snail strictly observe auch order
in causing auch enirravinff and nrintinr, tn Iv.
done; and upon the delivery to the treasurer o
any blank printed circulating notes, the treasurer
lotuy the oomptroller and rogistcr thereof,
icy, in tbe preaence of the treaaurer. .hull
earefully examine the aame and make an aeoount
thereof In their respeotiye department!.
Bee. . When a banking oompany shall he en
titled to receive any regittered notes, the comp
troller of tbe treasury aball on the written appli
cation ol the proper otBoers of the bank, iaiue an
order on the treasurer of state therefor, and dei
liver the same to the reglrter, speuifyiog in snoh
order the amount i f each denomination of unre
gistered notea to be delivered to the register; and
on the presentation of suoh order, and ascertain,
ine from the accounts in bis ollioa that the Leukine
ootupuny is entitled to the same, tbe treaaurer of
state ahall deliver the note. apeoiQed in suoh order
to the register, who shall forthwith register and
deliver ine aame to tne agent ur tbe banking com.
pany, and make an account thereof; hut such notea
shall not be registered or delivered nnleaa it shall
sppear from the seeonnts in the register's office
that the bank is entitled thereto.
See. t. Whenever banking oompany shall
return any of Its circulating notss to bs burnt, th
same ahall be burnod to aahes by ths treasurer of
atate la the preaence of the oomptroller of the
trearury and the agent or the hank, and four cer
tificates thereof be made and aigned by the treaa
nrer, oomptroller and agent of the bank, specify
ing the amount of each denomination of notes so
burned to aahea; one copy of which certificate ahall
be delivered to the agent of the bank, and one
attoh to th treasurer, eomtroller and register.
Sec. (. The auditor of state shall appoint some
ssitsl're jr-. e lerk !e I.U ..ITiee, who ahull
be atyled the aegister, and be under the aupervis.
ion and oontrol of tae auditor. The register ahall,
without delay, make and keep In hla office accu
rate accounts of all oertiOcatea of debt now depoai
led, and that may hereafter be deposited with the
treasurer as security for the redemption of circu
lating notes of banking companies; bs aha'l also
make and keep an scoonnt of the amouot of each
denomination of the notes of each banking oom
pany, delivered to auoh bank, nnd of the amount
returned and burned, so as to abow ths halancs of
notes chargeable to auoh bank and he shall also
terJ and delivered to ea..h bank, and notes le -
urnedto be burnt, sou at all time. to.xhihlt
tne true amount ot . eaca denomination of regiatercd
fi"1" .L'.T.L'r inklDS "P7.
failing bank, tbe auditor, treasurer and oomntrol
ler sba'l make an order on the treaaurer to aell
such oertiueato and certificates and at such tinis
and limes, place and places, as may lie necessary
to redeem the outstanding circulating notea of
such bank, aa the suae may be presented for re
demption, and produce the largest sum that may
be obtained for such eerlinoaleej and when it ahall
have been determined to make auoh sale, the comp
troller snail laaua an oruer to toe treasurer sped
ITIDI WIIM OTIIIBIWIH lllllll D BU1II. BHU It tl).
time end limes, plac. and place, of selling th.
aame; and In making suoh sal. th. traaanrar shall
beeovernedbv tk. provi.ion. of th. act und.,
which sucL bank. hall have been orgai..d, except
.am. and the amount of money tu.ne. ari.ing, to
the comptroller and the auditor, who .hall cause
mn account uieroui w ue maue ill tneir roapective
u.ra..unw, . " ...Mum .wall BO CIIHrgCII
with the money as s redemption fund, and all uav.
menta made by the treaaurer for the redemption
of tbe notea of a bank, shall be upon the warrant
of the auditor, as in olhsr casos; sll notes nrossut-
ed for redemption at the treasury, aball b burned
to ashes by the treasurer in the presence of tbe
.comptroller and rcgi.tor aud ..rtific.tes of suoh
us in othsr cases.
te . 8. If sny bsnklng company ahull fail to
tran.fsr, and keep deposited with the treasurer of
stute the amount of .comities for the redemption
of circulating notes, required to be depo.ited by
the act nnder which sucl banking oompuny shsll
hate been orgaui.ed, or .halt fail to make the
quarterly return, of the condition of the buuk, or
to keep on band the amount of ooin and It. equiv
alent, required by the set aforesaid; ur If any olhsr
act under whioh auch b.nkiug company may be
--. " vml w th k ' 'h' "Ji!
tor "'state shall forthwith notify ihsattoinay gen-
oral thcreui, and the attorney general shall there.
upon, and alio for anv such violation, th.t .....
viuiauou ui any oi to. provtalona of th.
upon, and also for any such violations that may
........ ... I... I. 1..I ... H. ...a i
in n,. nrnn.. n .LL.. ...... V.Vi.
ing eompany, as for forfeiture of th. corporate
Bee. . If the "ditor of aUte. tnmaarer of
atate, or MoiplroUer ef the treasurj , or any clerk
posely, ana wua int.nl tkareby to cheat and de-
fraud any peraon at persons, or body eorparate,
lu.eor ot ierwuedi.pea.oi .ny of th. s.ouriliM
depoailed b, any banking eompany u .loreaaid,
or nyoi in. circulating note, of any hanking
eompany, whether the same be register! or unre-
g,.ur.d, .nd which msy hv. u into hi. po..
...n or u.d his eon rol for any of the purpose,
named in thi. act, or in ths several act. mentioned
be pwli.d by U. for the punishment of p.,.ou.
guilty of tlMsmoes.ieueBl of the proper seeurliles
" a.y W tk suu, 4 la all preU
fu, ec.henl.aeet 4t ib ferine.. Un,ael(
a i whanava. i .1..11 l. .,
r .h. ,HfiMT!I r i a . .'"y ,0 "'
any of the certificate, of funded d.bt ,o d.po.iud
as aforesaid, for the redemntion of the notaa nf a
lu tl.. II ... unll.in nl ll.l. aj.k h. .1,. I iu A j
j K.u .iii..f .k...l..... ...i " j
, 7. " ri
- ' - ,"7't i"'-'"a oi
Jm unn. "P"" eunvlclion thereof .ball .uf.
ths securities end the iiaiM aCre.ald, whether re-
(I atered nr unreariaterad, ahell ha deeaaed aid hold
to be of tha val.e denominated on tha thee there.
Par. t. Section, sovsn, eight and nlna af tk
art ta!!iM "sa s! t" further provide, f.irthe hat.
Mr refutation, and rwetpt, di.hnraenent, Bad rata
ka.pint of the pol.lia r.T.naa," iaaaad April 13,
111.1, are narai.y rapwl.fli pro.nl., nal Ilia ro
peal Iherenf ahall not efftoot tha aviating rlahtaand
itatiiiitioa, flt.il and erlminal, of any paraon or
perona, erl.ing neder the eer Uona aa repealed.
8.o. It. Thia att ahall be In foree (Ton end af
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 5, 1859.
[No. 196.] AN ACT
To emend the 10th lection of an Bt defining the
Jttriadit'tion, end reg.tlatlng the practice of Pro
bata Court., paned March 14, 185 took effeet
Julr 1. 16bi
Section 1. Be it enacted hy the flan.ral Aaaaa
hlyof the Suite of Ohio, That the tenth aa-lioa of
aald aet be ae emended aa to read aj f.illowa Hoe
lion 10. The judge, of raid eourta ahall have the
oara end eu.tody of all fllea, paper, book, end re
eoril., belonging to the probate office, end ere
hereby anihoriied and euipowe-ed to perfoa the
eth". ofelerk. of their own court.. Krerypro.
hnte Judge ahall hare power tj appoint a dnpuly
clr or clerka, each of whom ahall, preTioo.ly to
ontaring apon the dutiea of hla appointment, tnke
,n OM'' affirmation fallhlully to perform all hla
dtitlee a. deputy clerk; and whan ao iualilied, aaid
denuly imiy do and perform any and all tha luliaa
appertaining to the office of clerk of .aid court;
and erery deputy clerk I. hereby authorised to
aoraini.wr oauu in bii eaaaa in wniun it la naeae.
sary. In the disianrjre of hia dutios as auch deputy
clerk. Every probate Judge may takeaueh secu
rity from bts deputy as he may deem neceuary to
soeurc the faithful perfurmanca of the dutiea of hla
anonlntinentj Provided, that no auuh elerk aball.
while holding auch oihoe, praollco at an atternty
... .... '
In any of the oonrta of this state.
Hoe. J. That tbe said original tenth secti on be
and the same is hereby repealed. This act to take
e fleet from and after Its pasaage,
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
President of the Senate. April 5, 1859.
President of the Senate. April 5, 1859. [No. 198.] AN ACT
"irti od" " -
To repeal (he fifth, sixth, leventli and eighth aeo
tlona of the not entitled "an act to Incorporate
the several turnpike companies therein named
In Oreen county."
Section 1. B It enacted by the Oeaeral Assem
bly of the Bute of Ohio, That seetiona five, six,
seven and eight nf the aot entitled "an act to in
corporate tbe several turnpike oompaniea therein
named, in Greene ooitnty, be and tha same are
hereby repealed, saving to all peraona,
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 5, 1859.
[No. 199.] AN ACT
uniform btnndard ef weighli nnd
1 Seotlon 1 . Re it enacted by the Oeneral A.Bere
bly of the State of Ohio, That whenerer the fol
; lowing artlole. are sold, and no apeolel egreement
; aa to menaure la made by the contracting parttoe,
j tbe bushel ahnll couaint of the following weights:
' clover aeed 60 pound, timothy seed 4o pounds,
i nemp seed 41 pounds, millet aeed cU pounds,
j buckwheat 60 pounds, beans 00 pounds, pea a 60
pounds, hominy 60 pnundu, sweet potatoes 60
! pounds, dried peaches 8fl pounds, dried apples 36
pounds, wheat 00 pounds, shelled corn 66 pounda,
; corn In the ear 70 pounda, rye 6ft pounds, flax
j iced 6ft pounds, barley 48 pounda, oata :tl pounda,
malt III avinnrli li nnwarian an-aaa url AA rinenili
r 7 H . . n 8
, inm jiuvhw.
; Heo. S. The act providing for a uniform stan-
dard of weights and meoaure, passed February
Al lOH'i IDU fcUV gOl. fJclUwIHlPHIUjr I HO WtJlgllli H
o'over aeed. passed February 2;). 1818. are hereby
Bee. II. Thia act ahall take effect nnd be la
fnroe from and after ita nanftaira.
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 5, 1859.
[No. 200.] AN ACT
Making additional appropriations for ths year
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Oenerul Assem
bly of the Stale of Ohio, That tbe following sums,
in addition to former appropriations, he and the
same are hereby appropriated out of any meney
in the state treaaury for general revenue purpoaes,
to bo paid on the warract of the auditor of state,
acoordingto law, for the year one thousand eight
nunured and ntty nine, f or the payment of the
lieutenant governor, members of the general as
sembly, their clerk., ae.i.tant olerk., sergeant-at-
- ! aims, thsir aaslaUnts, and meiaenger boya, two
thousand dollars. For the payment uf the Ohio
Statesman nnd State Journal, for printing reports
of the prooeedidgs of the general asaembly, twenty
8ec. 2. This aot to take effect and be in force
from and alter its
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 5, 1859.
[No. 204.] AN ACT
"w uvn prueijcu 1 1 on , ana ior every vioiaiiou
i of "' prowiwion. of th. fourth section of thi. aot,
,VorJ Jerion ,onvieted .. th. keeper of any pla
.u j . " V " , "f " . ..i v...
To amend "an aet to provide against ths evils re.
suiting irom tne sal or Intoxicating liquors in
the state of Ohio, passed May 1, 1854.
Section I. Be it ensetsd by the Oeneral Astsm-
bly ot the State of Ohio, That section fire of the
act to provide against tbe evils resulting from the
sale of intoxicating llijuors In tha atl.uf' Qr.voy
passed May 1, 18?!, be amended so Ba to read as
follows t See 5. That it shall be unlawful for
any peraon to get Intoxicated, and every person
found in stete uf intoxication, .hall upon oon
victlon thereof, be A Led in the turn of Ave dollar.,
and pay tbe costs of presoeution.
Seo. 2. Th.t section eight of the asms net be
amended so as to read sa follows : Sec. 8. That
forever, violation of tbe previalims of the flrat.
I ia, than five nor more than Any dollarr. or ba
, i,nprined in th. j.il of the county for not ',!
than ten nor more than thirty diys, or both of
them, at th. di.cr.tion of th. oourUnd -hull pa,
nd pa, fine of not lea. than filly nor mora lhao
one hundred dollars, or be Imprisoned in the jell
of the county for not loas than twenty nor more
man mij nays, or eots, at the discretion of the
court, aud pay theeosts uf prosecution, and auoh
ploe or plaoas so kept by such person or persons
joeonvlcted. sh..l J. .U abated upon
the order of the oourt, before whom auch eonvic,
tion may be had, until such tune as suoh person or
persona Scoring auch place or places, shall glv
i knni ...1 ..,. ... .1. . . . , , .
., . '.houaand dolur., p.yahT.
. ,k. ..... jnn. ..... ?.
i.i i. . " e or vu.y
low. oilhs state" and will p a 1 a.uaW
on for the use uf any peraon interested, or for the
use of the cuunty, in oise of a hoe, or oo.ts due
auoh county i provided, that the provisions of the
tlrat and lourth seolinns or thie not, shell not ex.
teud lo the aale uf the wine manufactured of til
puie juice of the grape cultivated in this state, or
beer, alo or oidor.
rice. 8. Sections fire sud eiirht of the set of
! odX l"hat "suT r" VjnM'SZ
said seetiona so repealed .nor any proceedings nn-
Sec. 4. This sot to taks affeot and h in fore
from and after ita pasting..
vwt ikviuiu mciurni io oe ouiaancea. auan loriaiL
Speaker the House of
President of the
April 5, 1859.
[No. 205.] AN ACT
V. 7, 7 r V..'"" -"""7
nauilliou touiuy, aball determine by
oi servioe, so mat one or thorn she I
term of one year, and ene for the t
To ameud the second section of sn act .stilled "an
,ct 10 0,",,li,u" o;""" " lUmu ' "p"
rate district for lunatic asylum purpoaes, and lo
provide for the erection and government of au
asvlum Ihoreln." naaaad March 1 last
asylum therein," panned Marc
Section 1 , Be li enacted by the Oeneral A num
bly of tha Slat, uf utiiii, That aection two of the
above recited aot be ao amended aa to read as fol
low.. tn.witV Ron In,.!.,.! ..
.age of thiiVot, or aa aoon thereafter aa muy U
convenient, there ahall be appointed a board of
one of whom ahall ha aimoinlad i. il,.
.r as are the trnatees of ihs suw luoatlo asylums
.nd th. remaining two by the county commLio.
ir.of U.milton nunty. Tb.v ahall b. elti.lr,. f
th. county ol Hamilton, and shall bold the office
for th. term of three years, sxo.pt s. herein pro!
,U.d,.nd until their auoceaeor. .re appointed and
qualified. Al th. fir.l m.cting of 111 Ttru.ti .p.
pointed under th. .revision, of ihi. Z .l.P
lot their term
arte for the
erta of two
reaper. Urm. f .,vl,w, 1. is for.la th.
Bounty eommluloners aforeeali shaU appedut ene
tr.ui, who jhrOl Mrre to, hs tmZ f lEree
The, ,1,41 fm. Ilk, ,w .nd 7J-.1t.Ui.
.erne oompenaatlo a the tmat.e. ef the elate ttt.
natln aaylutna, and ahall he anhfeel te thfl aawe
refruletiona end raatrietlnna a. a-, proeidad foe
the (nrernment of the atate lunette eaylema, e
far ne the lame ma, he applicable; eald tmateee
hall hare ne power In wake any ok an gee In the
general plan ef eald aaylnm, out the county eea.
aalaalonere ahall eoaiphte the aeme I eeeordanca
with the preaent plan and aperinoatloaa wilbent
flee. 1. flection two of the act to which '"i"
amendatory he end it hereby repealed. Tl.fi.
ekall take effect and be I foree from and after Ita
WILLIAM B. WOODS,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
April 5, 1859.
1 hereby certify that the forrgnlug acta aretrti
enpie. ol the original rolla en file In thia office.
A. P. RUSSELL, Secretary of State.
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book treat, either personally or by mall. His medi
eiaee often cure In the abort space of six days, and
completely and entirely eradicate, all traces of those
j dlaordere which oopalvaandoutiehe have so long been.
,iatieni. his "r reoon secret" in ine great oonunen
remedy of that class ol disorders whioh unfortu
nately, physicians treat with mercury, totleirre-
!' tnevaiue uesrruciion oi ine paxienrs constnuuon.
and whioh all the sarsaparilla In the wt rld cannot
Dr. LOCK ROW'S medicines are freefrom all mineral
IKtisons and put up In a neat and oompaot forai,whlch
nan be sent by Kx-preas or Mall, and may be taken In
t a publio or private house, or while traveling without
eftpesure io ine moit iniimare menu, or room maie,
or his hindrance from buatnest or study, and no tm
lorlant change in the diet Is necessary. Medlolne
sent to any partof the Union, according to direct lone
eafely packed and carefully secured from all obser
Ortloe removed from No. 0 Beaver at, to II Maiden
Lane, near Broadway, Albany, H. V
PREPARED BY DR. 8ANF0RD,
Compounded Entirely Irom GunaH,
9 ONB OP THE BEST PIJKGATIVK
a, and Liver Medicines now Itefore the public, that
acts aa a cathartic, easier, mUrter and more effVctu
al than any other medicine known, ft Is not only a
Cathartic, but a Liver remedy, acting first on the
Liver to eject the morbid matter, then on th, stomach
and bowels to carry off that matter, thus accomplish
ing i wo purpoaes riieoiii(iiy, wiinoai nny oi me
painrul feelings experienced In the operation of
most Cathartics. It strengthens the aystem at the
same time that it purges It and when taken dally
In moderate doses, will strengthen and build it up
with unusual rapidity.
uman botiy,aml when It ff performs ita lunotlona
well the powers of the system are fully develop
ed. The stomach la al- O'most entirely dependent
on the healthy action oil tlie Liver for the pro)er
performance of its funer lions; whn the stomach
is at fault, the bowels; 'areatfauit, end the whole
system suiters In conse-!queuceof one organ tbe
Liver having ocaaed' 'to do its duty. or the
diseases of that organ, EW ono of the propria tore
has made It hla atudy.i- in a practice ol more than
twenty years, to lintW some remedy wherewith
to counteract the many derangements to which It
la liable. W
To prove that this re-medy Isat last found, any
peraon troubled with', 'Livxh Complaint, In any
of Its forms, has but to,ij
try a bottle, and cuuvl fr
These Gums removed
ail morbid or bad matter
plying In thelo place a
from the yte.ni, sup-M
heaitny now oi uiie,ia-
causing food to digest!
DLOOD, giving tone and'S"'
vigoraung me atouacn,
well. t'ai r y ino tie
health to the whole ma-
uinsivsj, swi.ivrv .sis, Hioip, i
fcotiue; a radical cure.
oauae of the disease -of-
Bi LJ.ous att ac us areLJ
raEvEMTEP, by the oc-i''
oured, and what la better,
caalouai uee 01 the Live
ing is sufficient to relieve
One 4oee after eat
the stomach and pre-l
vent the lood from rising
uniy one aose .aneni
'a nlo-ki. lAA....tha ..
els gently, and cures Q;Costivkhess.
uneuoso caaeu alter , jeacn meal will cure Dye
One doae of two tea-L 'spoonfuls will alwaya re
lleve Sick Headache.
One boltle taaeu fonj female obstruction re
moves the cause of tbei disease, and maaes a per
fect euro. fv!
Only one doae lmme-jMjdlately relieves Cholic,
One dose often re-; i pea ted Is a sure cure for
CHOLcaa Wous,and jCa preventative of Choi-
E BA. )
Only ooe bottle li;J needed to throw out of
-the system the clleotsi of medlciue after a long
One bottle taaen fori j JattjViice removes all sal
lowuess or unnaturaliUloolor from the sum.
One dose tanen a short time before eating
glves vlgto theap
retite,aod maaes food di-
One doae often re-1
posted cures Cnromc Dl
lonns, while Ruiencr and
Arriimi In Its worst
une nr iwo uoaea Mcuifa attacks oauaed hy
WorMB In Children :f there la no surer, safer, or
speedier remedylnthe!a'K'.irld, aa It "never falla."
A few bottles cures! IDrorsv, by exciting the
We taKeplenrurelnj recommending this medl
cine as a preventive , tor Kn etakii Aous ..hill
Fcvtr, and all Fk- vera of a Dn.ius Tvrt.
It operates with cor- -! tslnty, anil tliouaande are
willing to testily to Itawuudrrful virtues.
All who ass li ar giving their unanimous
tss lmony In Its favor.
er-Mlx water In th month with tk Invig
orator, end swallow both together.
THB UVKIl INVHKIKATOR
IS A 8CIKNT1PIC MEDICAL DI8COVF.RY, and IB
daily working cures, almoat too great to heitcve. It
i sure. aBlf by magic, even the tli.t
i ,nd "la.0m.m.o.r.e ."in on bo
iibi aoae giving ben
bottle la reouiied to
lalnt. from th. vnut
Dyapenrl to a common Headacl.a .ll .r
which are the reault of a tllaKAHl
PUICIOK DOLI.AB FEU
which are the reault of a UISKAHKD LI Vk'H.
Pttirx ok doli.ab rra bottlc.
Dr. SANfOKu, Proprietor, 346 Broadway, N. Vor
retailed by all brugKiata. Sold also l.y
r.tniNrttri'n a, sTtwAn.
DR. ClIEESEMAN'S PILLS.;
Prepared by Corneliui Cheeaemaa. K. D.
NEW YORK CITY.
flThe combination of Ingredients lntheae Pills are
the result of a long and extensive practice. They
are mild in their operation and certain In correcting
all irregularities, Painful ateustruattous, removliig
all otwtructli us. whether from cold or otherwissit,
heivdaohe, pain ta the aide alpUation of the heart
whites, all nervous aneettone, hysterica, fatigue! '
palulnlhe back aud limbs. fcc.,disturbedslep,wmch
arise fiom interruption ol nature.
10 MAHKIkli LADIES.
Or. Choeseman's Pills are Invaluable, aa they will
bring on the mouth I period with regularity. .Ladiee
who have been disappointed lu the use of other
rtn- unu fiow nii u i lu u i cunout-DCe 1U ltr 1 hoKiBS
man's Pills doing all that they represent to do.
There la one oondttlnn of the female system In
which the Pills cannot betaken without reducing
a "peculiar reault." The condition referred to le
oreiriiauoi the result miacairlare auuh tb i
: reslstable tendency of the medicine to restore the
J sexual functions to a normal condition, that even
the repr(Mtuctive power of nature cannot resist it.
Warranted purely vegetable, ndir anylhlngln.
Ijurioiis. Kaplivlt directions, that abould be read,
I acuounpan each box. Price (1. Kent by maitouci
i closing $1 tu the Oeneral Agent.
mHold bv one DruifiiiBt in every town
in the United HMtet.
R. B. HU5 CHINOS,
Ocnirml Aytnt for tJu Unde4 Stmt e,
16 Cb ambers at., Mew York.
To itkom mil wAoesae ordr$ thou let b ntlUrt$di
Agent for Dayton.
OR0NEWBO, k CO.,
aeptU J. M. DlaTRIQH. .
1HMM & Illtbr
HAVE made arrangements with Toe
Dealers In Detroit for a supply of Ice tax in
from Detroit Rtver. II Is a beaulllii article clear
aud pure unaurpaaaed by any Ice ever frozen in
thia region during tlie eu I it oat winter., Onterawill
be received from tlionu who dealre to be anppllett -with
the Detroit River Ice during the preseut aea.
OTOHK K(M)M No. 8:, on Jefforson otreot,.
V bel wee Market and 4th streets, west std. '
OHN, VAN DilREM t CO.