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CM PER THE PIKBCTlOM OF
Mil. JOHN B. MILIEU.
Our Motto is, "We Aim to Please."
THE MANAGEMENT TAKEN I'LUA
sure tn announcing to the olllzeos of Iston, a
ahort aeries of
Of ths above troupe, the Aril or which wilt take
FKIDAY EVKNIXU. JUNK 3D, IS5U.
Under a Urje Watf-i Proof Pavilion, on the
Corner of Main and Flrit atreeta,
Babb&th School Soiree,
AT TEMPERANCE HALL!
Muaic Ice Cream, Strawberries And other Re
freahments. THK UNI VK KHALI ST 8AHBATII
K'HOOl.wlll ftivea Soiree fit Temperance Hail,
In Meele'a Butldlna;, oppoalte the Court Home, on
WRDNRRIUV, KVKNIN(1, JUNK 1ST,
For the nurpoae of replenishing thMr Library. In
truniental Mnilc li ennatred for the oeraalon. and
they will hvt,U, the aaaiatance of CllUifi Y and
other, in the line of Komre, Onetta, ho.
Lemon-we, sirawneme:, ioo . ream, . ane., r ruiia,
Ami I1 inTiuiliniiArln.. urlll h. fitpaitlAftn In, tallies
anil every usin. taken to mske the. entertainment )
p;eassm lomuse wnoniav meciiu.
ADM!(ON, ' - 10 CENT.
Having made a permanent engagement with
MONKEY ANi) BURLESQUE
f'ompoftpd entirely of
Act. UK Monkeys, ir andfjloalft
(Aether have appeared In the principal aaloona of
KrU, Lomlon, New York, Phil.cnhl, Boitnnnnu
Laughable I'nntomimos! Comic l iterluJes'!
Tittht and Slaok Kope Performances!!!
Grand Kpeotaclea!!l Kqueatrianiam!!!!! Ao
With mgnlllccnt Coatiimea and Arpolntment.,
At Huston HaU, DaytOn,
VIMl l'dl'R DAVSI
. . . ... p.-i.,
JUNK ITU, 8TH, TH AND I0TH.
The whole to conclude with 1lie Terrific AlccusIoo
Doy: John Bull in the Tire-Works!
Poors open ojien nt 7 o'clocic. rerrorrnjiiice to
voinranoo at 8. Afternoon Ferformiinct boors
open at is'; to commence at 8 o'clock.
Admission, for Liulies and Genllerocn,2r cents,
For Chilli ren this heiun an entertainment pMiillnr
ly attractive and (nscinatlliic to fnmllies Tickets
will be put at the unusually low r1pn or Ifi cent.
Qraud Day Performances for Families anil Child
ren residing out of town. niy31-llw
TIIKKE TIItlES A WECHI
flAPT. DK RED TAKES THIS METHOD
of iniorminfr Hie lames an'i arniiriucii oi
ton, that at the request of many Irlenils and oltl
- xens, he will commence another courtr of
At the iubo time he opene a course of lewene
Both in Fi'Moiii; kim) f;ymnnatlc exenHxeti Thin will
not only be henrhulal to the health ui the 1 -!.,,
but at the Rime time will bring the botl.v to a more
graueiul form than will dancing or any other active
ecomplUhment or auuiing exercine. Kor term a,
Ae., apply at the Me'tri. Wore.' Book Store,
He will aleo open a school for hoyi under 16 yeara
of age, antl wilt give leuona for $.
Blenching the art of leneing to Juvenile., Capt.
Do Ru ha adopted the wtll-ltnowntyit.n of Oym
naitlcM of the celebrated Profriior Lingo. Uythie
-tttm youthi will acquire noble cnri-lnge, an eai)t
natural step, genteel innnnrre, and at the lametlme
It will acoompliih and etrengthen the hod v. It !
generally known that In a strong hody there li a
trong toult and young men will inon find out the
advantage they enjoy, in the poiHemion of a etrong,
ound hody. The uiefiilnpk of thia ay tern 1 eo ev
ident thai it Miarcely need a further recommenda
tion. Capt. De Reu will open a Fencing Club three timet
a week, for inembere of bin clnaaea. where he will
meet with them and practice with them each eve
ning. Hie oharce wi.l be for theae neceiaary meet
ing! lor practice hut I per month . He ia deter m In
ed to give aatlafaction to thote who patronUe him.
Peraona dealring to enter the elaaaca will jileuae
apply aoon. myiu-otd
ENGLE'S BEER SALOON,
Beckel'a Building, JerTeraon street, bo
tweea Hi and 3d, Dayton.
KEEPS on hand the beat quality of Ale
Lager Beer, Duck's Deer, (a superior bever.tvo.
and equal to the benl Ale,) nnd n liiiiia amHl .lid
eoollug for the but weather.
He also keeis nick sacka for lunch; Cigars, To
As he Is determined to aeep a oulet and reipectn
bl house, he respectfully solicits a iihareof public
. patronage. JACOll KNG1.K.
t PIIE pnrtnerahip ol T, A. .t J. . Itonli-r,
L in the Ohio Bakery, was dissolved by mutual
aonseut on the th us) of May, ItUU. All prisons
knowing themselves indebted to the ttrm will please
eall up and settle. T. A. Uo.lcr wl I wttla all debts
of the Arm, and oontinue the busiuvss nt the old
tend, Jaaln strei t, below .Sixth.
T. A. UOSl.Klt,
myao-itd J. B. BoaLKH.
A. HOSI.EIi, dceiree to infurin his old
friends and cu.tomen, and the public at large,
that he will oontinue the Ilaki ry bu.Ii.oi, In all Its
branches, with lncreiscd facilities tor accoe-moila-tlng
the peeple of llayton, a: the OHIO BAKkRY,
AJaTn street, below the Rallroail.
O-Whcat, H.ve and Brown Bread will be supplied
the tftore. or hr the wagon.
T. A. BOSLFR.
nilSS II AVEItl
TEACHER OK THE PIANO FOKTE,
BIHGIMU AND TH0BY,
WILL be h tippy to receive pupils at Day
ton. having been under the beat Master. 1
New York, and also the Normal Academy of Musle,
feels oouhdeut as a Teacher. Hesitations In Tlmory,
.'.xeroises and Kxaiopies, uith apjiropriate exola
nations, will be given one evening lu the week
all who n ay favor her as a Teacher. Ladles with
lng to lit themselves for Teachers, will be luriiLhcd
with eveiy facility for acquiring knowledge ol thor
ough Bass. Terms made known b) sppljijig at the
hHILI.H's HOUIIK. mySO
!, thfiim a. Where did you get that
WlM-ll MfCttff beauttlul Kprlng shawl,
and tiuit flue Del-alne, and so cheapl Why,
Christopher's. What did you pay for that French
Lawn! U'hi. uulk Itt wuU. wuilh 30 cts. Aud,
husband, lis has Hoops, at only Iftceutsl Where
does ha do b..siuss.l Why, at the ooroer of Jrmrr-
son and Market I thought every body knew.
fWj a ,a Have you hi ard the news about
A vmMm wart No no! ChrlHtophersayshels
going to have Auction on Monday, W ednesday and
Haturday Kheninsa. That suits me; theretsaiwaa
eoinethtng going on there. Consider me la.
The Long Established
Cigar and Tobacco Store,
Munday & Stansifer,
WUOLBSALI AND hkTAIL DkALKBS IN
IMPORTED ft DOMESTIC CIQA&8.
AND iveBY Uksc'RiPTioN or
No. 70, JerTeraon St., Dayton.
T1JEY are constantly in receipt of every
description of Imported cigars, of the most
It. Cuban brands.
Tbeyman'ifActure the best quality of half Spanish
and oomiuou vigara, acid sau ml aay order made
alMat article ever hroueht to this maiiat. Thev
llicyliave uoodwln'e relent roll tobacco
retail, at aa low ratea aa can be hud In the Wettf
aud call the attention of Ueaiera to their a took.
Thai otlVr auiierior inducementa to tha Irad.
. HTaimk!!,'rwha .'". . - "t .eiiuo'e
IbuIibi I'hlaif .... Hat
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W.J 'U "?"'!
t'ourDniaoa Maseiie sopy
Kft BOXES UaioM in prime order,
w reeetree. D. f. . nct
DAYTON OHIO, FRIDAY. JUNK 3 1S50,
THE DAILY EMPIRE
OFr-OSI am PUMUIOATION:
Kmpirc IsilJiig, llilrd il., SvaU fide Vet, Iiii t Merwi
-r n Mm
Fv MalISS 00 tier yeselnsdvsnc
Iriosats par Week, psvsbl. to tbncarrler.
Blnsl. oolls,Butup iawritiirl.foontH.
Th Cincinnati Type Fonndry Company ie
our duly authorised Agent to make contracts
and receint for advertisement subscriptions.
Ac, in that city.
To BtraiirxseMx!". The Empire Job Room
are in eomplsla trim, and wa are now prepared
to do work of all descriptions in the beat style
nftheart. Call io and examine our work and
learn our pricea.
11 J" To ADVnasaa. Advertisement or
Notices for tho Kmpire muat be handed into
the office by ln ' clock on the day they are de
tired to be published net fe'er. We cannot
agree loinsert them ftfterthathoar.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
Thosa who desire to bar. advertisements
inaerted in the Weekly Empire ahould hand
them in by Saturday morning, at tho latest.
BjnjuOur advertising patrons will perceivo
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
their adrertiecmente will be alwaya new a
yerv imnortant matter to them.
CTSce eth pao for Telegraph Keporta.
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CTThe Daily Empire la really the only pa
P" "'la city which gm-e the local newa,
and fresh items of interest transpiring abroad.
It does not gWetlif news by "flta andaiarls,"
but keeia up the Una of information from day
to day, and from week to week. Price of the
paper only 10 cents per week, payable tn the
Carrier, or at the office.
O. 8. M A meeting of Ihe
!eT CTening for initiatory cermoniit
-lin the oriental dinree.
Tns Pavilion Thicati!, To Niuht. Miller'a
ravillon Theatre will hold forth on Swanie
Lot, 1st street, this evening. We have alluded
to the troupe at length, and will only add that
our cilizeue may expect to witneaa a very
interesting entertainment. The pieces are
"The Lady of Lyons, "and "Thelrish Mesmer
iters" a bill that will be played tolheeatUfae
tion of the petrous of the "Pavilion." The
"Madderu Sisters" are, of themselves, a atrong
,d of .ltr.ction
CTSee notice of Trustees Sale of Real Es
Gold reoM Piki's Pii We were yeaterday
hown a specimen of Piks's Peak abot gold
or, some yellow mineral pronounced to be gold;
which waa received here by Msj. Oline, in a
letter from Mr. Juhn H. Rsper, sow of Ft.
Kearney, and formerly attached to the U.S.
Topographical Engineers some years stationed
90 the wealern frontiera. Mr. Rsper had juat
eome into Ft. Kearney from Ihe "Peak," and
aaya that the diggings ia a complete and eruol
humbug ; that thoee who have tried it affirm
that they cannot average more than from fif
teen to twenty cents per day I The neighbor
hood of the minea ie overstocked with grocer
iea and proviaioue, but the poor fellows who
get there are out of money, and are not able to
purchase at any price, conatqueotly pricee are
lower there than here. Hundreds start oo their
return aa aoon as Uii y find out how they have
been hoaxed, aud suffering ia terrible ou the
Plains. Corn ia scarce el from ts to (,5 per
bushel, and hay bringa $40 per ton. A provis
ion train on the Plalna must be we'l guarded if
it be not taken posaeNaioti of by the half fam
i-ihed emigrants on their return to the Slates,
The condition of the latter ia horrible
Raper writes that, notwithstanding the vaal
suffering on the Plains, hundreds are continu
ing to puah their wsy out to the gold golgotba
Chitauo in Cikcinxati. 1 be Chicago Excur
aionista had a fiue time in Cincinnati yeater
day, aud the papera aay they were immensely
pluaied with their reception by the det.ir.eus of
the Queen City. They are reported lo have
been the Vat looking class of gentlemen that
ever went into the city on an excursion trip
! which ia probably as high praise aa could be
! said of the Chicapoana. Thev visited all Lh
I places of note In the eity, and we learn, passed
in columns through the mammoth wine cellar
of Mr. Longworth, by the aid of torches; and
while they were permitted to email, they were
not given a tate of the cotitenta of the place
It ia further related that wheo they got out in
lo the open air they made amends for their
abstineuca in the cellar. Il ia said to have
been the largest and roost plesaant excursion
party ever paased through this patt of the Slate
and we have no doht of the troth of the claim
When our Cincinnati friends return the call
of thsir Chicago guests, we doubt out that the
will be equally well received by the cilixena of
the Garden City. Oreat calculations of pleas
ure are being built upon that trip.
S.T We are gratified lo learn that Misa Paul
lua, an estimable young lady who was thrown
from her totse on Wednesday evening, in front
of a buggy whoee wheela passed over her, waa
so little iujuied as not to pay any particular at
tsnlion to the matter I Bhe was attending lo
her domestic duties yee'erdsy aa though noth
ing disagreeable had happened I Her bat
ahielded her head and face, so that the fall up
on the budge did not very seriously bruise In
and wonderful as it msy seem, abe doea not
remember that Ihe wheela paased over bar, and
certainly doea not feel any aorenesa from their
contact I Mite P. may aurely be called a hero
ine who is possessed of remaikable vitality an
rare powers of endurance. We make a note
this happy termination of an accident which
threatened seriously, because of in elmesl mi
1 IT The School Board baa determined to fur
niah addition School room, and the work
building will be commenced thie seaeon. Ad
ditlona will be made to the N. W. D. and S
i D. Fchool houses, or a new school house
; be built. We believe it baa not yet been da
tertnioed which plan will be adopted. There
is an argent demand for more schoolroom
we learn that in lha districts named, there are
at least 000 childreu who deaiie admission iuta
ihe schools, but il ie at present impossible
comply with the demaud. The houaee are, in
I deed, loo email for the accommodation of lha
already in attendance upon
ihe achooU. Th Board haa alwaya ahown
proper desire to srTord educational facilities.
ftna their acliop io thia , aa
nnn. mtAl (h armriiVxil nt I It a TMtnnLw
I T We notice thai since the articles, with
fee-Mdll,ur. on ,b. pebl.o expenditure.
I have appea red in lbs Washiogtoo Ooaetilutiun,
tM MaMroeoi we oppoiuwai esve kro Wll
1 1 ay Use suDjeet
Moarer Match id it a Womas 1 The papei
are riving an aeeonnt of a mysterious affair
hich happened at the St. Nicholaa Uolel.soon
after the errissl In NrW York of llr. Morphy,
between that gentleman and a veiled lady, who
demandnd him to play a same of cln:a with
her. UeeonaenUd, and the game begun, the
lady, of eourae, taking the Oral move. Mor.
pby soon became interested so the alory goes
aod gave ordera that the room be closed, and
visitors denied admittance. The game lasted
two hours, and wa tfraata I The lady waa
beautiful, and waa the harden match Morphy
had ever metl Bo the letter writer (to whom
lha world ie indebted fur thia pleasant gossip.)
It Is possible that the bright eyes of lha la
dy eonfused ibe cbesa champion of the world;
and it ia possible that the public wis aware of
the matter just as anon ae Mr. Morphy;
il ia probable that "The New York Correspon
dent of the Philadelphia Mercury" leeway;
and knowiug the fondneas of the American
public for a clever item, and their extreove gul
lability in swallowing pleaaaut things, be baa
undertaken to eontributu something to supply
the popular demand. We aay that all thia is
not impossible, and we are rather inclined to
think il ia highly probable.
Went sat thi Natives? The "native els
menl" eeema to have been completely crushed
out of the Columbca Convention. The 4ih res
olution passed by the Convention., "claims for
all citiaene, native and naturalised, (quality of
iphis and the freest exercise of the right of
aurTrage, and favora whatever legislative re.
forma may be necessary to protect there rights."
What will those "native" gentlemen do, who
were invited to "come in" and assist the repub
lican! to carry the 8tate t The exceeding lib
erality of the republicans to their native Ami r-
ican allies ia uohonnded I Their generosity tn
aloptrd citiaene isheaveolyl Is It possible
tlist they desire their ToUl f
Political Paosons. The New York News
aaya 1'oluical preachers nave their uses ns
thurdcr hsa Ha uses. Dut preacher implies
religion aud thunder eUcttir.lty. Whiuioul
religion a preacher ought to be a nuisance, aa
thunder would be worse than a uoiae without
the air elesnsing electricity which ahould bear
the acting ahare in ita power and purpose. But
religious preacher wbo tnckei politics his
guiding priuciple, or even gives politics a
principal pari in hia preaching, ia worse than a
nuisance bo is a talking malady, a preaching
calamity, by whom nothing but political or
social disease can be generated.
"Tnx Fouaiu." A great many peraona, both
in the city and out of it, bavo asked ua what
ia to be the programme here for the Fourth of
July? Weanewerthat we do not know. At
present, there ie no feeling about the matter
viaible; and if we were to Judge from the apa
thy exiating, we would aay thr.l it waa imma
terial whether the Day was observed above any
other day in the year or not. We hope we are
mistaken. We presume the day will be devoted
lo pic nice they're the rage.
Mammoth Display. The Cincinnati Horti.
culture Society are now giving daily and night
ly a grand Stiawburry Festival at Pike's Opera
House. It is gotten up in superb style.
with music and every appliance which taste
aud means can command. The admittauce is
35 ceuti. Those of our citiions who visit the
Queen City thie week should not fail to call in
and see the grand eights, hear the exquisite
music, and taste the unsurpassed luxuries at
Piku's Opera House.
H3rTbe people who reside in tho neiglu
borbood oi the canal bridges, and those who
pass them, justly complain of tha vulgar
naisanoe of the boys, wbo aro in the canal
every evening at those points. We feel sure
our worthy Marshal, Mr. ilnunan, (who hos
shown a deaire to have thinge kept straight
io the city,) will at once take measures to
bare this bathing along the oaoal broken up.
We believe it ia only neocssary to eall his
attention to the fact.
toy We have examined Dr. atterttiwftit'i
new style of porceluin plate artificial teeth,
and would suppose them to be very pure in
the mouth and not possible to corrode, or
cause any unpleasant taste. Tboy certainly
possess an advantage over the old style, the
price of which ie only one half. The Dr.
baa practised dentistry in Lima, O., during
the last thirteen yeara, and baa been enci
oeasful. lie baa come to Dayton with the
hope of extending hie business. Hee his
LTTiie pic nio of the Brown st. Sabbuth
School comes ctT to-morrow. The destination
is Sunderlsnd Falls', the excursion will be
made over (he D. d M. Road ; the time to be al
the Xeuia Depot, the place of starting, ie half
past 7 o'clock, A. M .; the fare will be only 15
eente the round trip ; the prospect for a delight
ful time is excellent.
(T-Captan Ben. siys that he haa evidence
lo lettere from hia West Ksnsaa correspondents
to believe that the Gold mines of ihst country
are the bsldest humbugs exlsnt. One of his
Utters informs him tbat Pike is a Digger Indisn
and that be has n't got any pesk I
trrWe have a Fountain ia thia citj a very
pretty, js'lis fountain ; have yonaeeuit? It
may be found at ihe Baih House and Barber
Shop of Mr. Dieter, on Market atreet, S doors
went of Jefferson. Dialer ia well fixed up, and
has decidedly the most comfortsble, convenif nt
aud pretty shop we have seen for a long while.
ITA large par! y started with the "6'a" on
their pic nic excursion, to Sunderland Falls,
over tha D. AM. Road this morning. Several
private parlies, also, stsrted for Ike woods to
dsy The weather ia delightful, and Ihe occa
sions will doubtless be joyous ones.
17"Our neighbor, Juhn Sherwood, Esq., is at
present supplying our Lebanon neighbors wilh
choice Jsweliy, Watchea, etc. He has iMie of
the most x'.ensive and most elegant slocks of
gold aad silver goods Bow la Ike West.
CTThe pupils of Ihe High School are busily
engaged in preparing for the Exhibition which
ia lo cooieofTia a short time. It will lie, we
are assured, creditable to all who will partioi
pale in il.
IT Jacob Liulo was recently married to Misa
Angel i ue Squibb, al Hloomington, III. If we
didut wish to leave the matter to the imagine
tloa of our readera we would aay that littlt
I (-. would be popping arn.nd Bloninglon.
CTOor ciliaens, old and young, will not
. foriret lhat ihe acline Moi.kevs. Does and Honls
will be here neat Wsdu dsy. The ara the
greatest curiosity out, aad will drav.
CTThe majority by which Mr. Faulkner
(Damoctat) waa defeated la Ihe Eighth Con
; gvewsloaal Piatrial of Virginia, y Mr. Boetler,
j (Wfeif,; wee twefcaudrrw ana Ifere.
Sam" and "Sambo' in the Committee
The Convention Reporter ef the Cincinnati
Commercial gives the following graphic repot
of Ihe light in Ihe Committee Room between
"Sam" and "Ssmbo:" ,. .
The Committee nn Resolutions hsd a furious
session. The fight was over e resolution de
nouncing the Msasschtmelts native amendment.
Hon. Tom. Corwin waa in Ihe chair, snd L.
1). Campbell wss fnglemsn for the. nstives
Mr. Jscobs, of Hsmilton, contended for the res
olutiun flnslly adopted. Hurt. Mat. Nichols
seconded him. Mr. Corwin gnt mmd und Itfl
the Oimmilfcs room. Finslly becsme bark nnd
resumed the contest. The Hon. T. O. Dsy
steppi-d in and demsnded the rcsnlnliiin as
sdopied Thrre-alution inthrpl tfoim icdseofra
down thrrt times, t contidcri-U, snd Hnslly
pissed. Mesntinie the farts loused out, and
intense excitement ensued, Mr. Nichols wro e
an amendment .denouncing discrimination bti
tween cliutses of cilis -ns, vehemently, nnd waa
rndy lo denounce the Commlttee'e original ac
on. Had lha Cnrwin Campbell policy pre
vailed, there would havv beau a violent acene io
Convention. Republican eouoael prevailed,
and the result ia general enlhusiem
Of course "Sambo" whipped, beratiso he is
the larger and sfrohocrl "Republican couu
srl prevsiled," did it? Of courw it did But
hsd a lime of it. The resolution waa voted
dowh Ares times That is, Ihe Oommilteewho
prepared the platform for Ihe opposition can
vass this year voted down I resolution declai
ring the rqualily of native and adopted cili'
Sens three times, and only voted fur it orxA
And a majnrily was procured after a terrible
Just think how near the schemers came to
plsring their rest sentiments in their platform 1
It waa a nairow escape they made, but, aa the
people can lee what a large number desired to
do tried bard lo do we presume the result
will be the ssmc as though they had accom
And this ia Ihe parly who propose to go into
the canvaae cniled I Hss the fact of Tom. Cor-
win lesving the Committee Room in a rage, and
the fact of the 4tb reaolution being thrice voted
down, and oulv barely paieed alter a severe
and bitter struggle, anything to do with im-
psrting confidence to the cpposiliotiY Can the
enthusiastic gentlemen who proclaim the ex
ceeding briglitnesa of the opposition skiea pos
sibly moderate their cackling joy until they
oliall have heard from the people? If they can,
and do, it may -osaibly save them from a posi
tion which at present promises -lo lie ridicu
Qhite (Jbatiftino to Ui.u Link Whios.
The Republican Convention called Ilenj, V
Wndu, United Htates Senator, to preside over
its deliberations, lie is the man who said
in a reoent cumpaign that the "Whig party
waa not only dead, but stinkcth." This
must be a gratifying incident to Old Line
W'bigs. It ehows, however, the subservien
cy of the Convention to tha (lidding influence.
(Jidoinos Tbiumtbant. The Statesman
says the influence of Gidditigs and hie Dis
union crew viae omnipotent in the State
Convention. The aid and succor be got
froia the Columbus Central Junto, and which
waa arranged for when be waa here in April,
and the unexpected support from Hamilton
county enabled biui lo carry out bis viewe,
and made sure the defeut of Judge i Witn.
Giddings oaiue here full of fury at Judge
Swan, and the Central Junto aided him to
the revenge be demanded. The honest lio
publioans or thia ouunty oan now see Ihe
motive and object in leaving them off of the
Delegation lo the Stole Convention. Clime,
Dennieon and ftono desired a Delegation
that they could manage, and they got it
putting the country Republicans off with
the post of alternates. We shall have more
to my on this subject in the future.
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HT The ri publican and opposition papers of
Oiocinnaii, received this morning, greedily
ewsllow the proceedings of the Columbus Coo
vention, just aa though they wore something
good. We felt sure they would, snd predicted
it. It made no difference ifaul was provided
for their cntcrtaiment, they had made up their
minda to holt It down. It will be found, how
ever, that there are enough men iu the opposi
tion who have not such cspac'ims maws, and
will not awallow the tueaa.
lxA Western Editor who went to Pike's
Peak a few months ago, writes home to his
paper that it ie the greutost humbug of the
day, and lhat thousands tit men now in that
region are suffering indescribubly frutu des.
litution. A mob ol thu victims lately hung
two men who bad been cngnged for some
mouths previous in l riting nlo iue uoci.unts
of the 'diggings' to custci n papers, fur w hich
letters they were raid by hearties specula,
tore. AT. Y. Time:
It ie to be presumed lhat lha letter from
which the above ie an extract, was not paid
for "by heartless epeculutois '' Had (ho
writer been paid tho "curtomary fee,'' is it
improbable that he too, would have fallen
Human nature especially thai stylo congre
gated out in Western Kansas ie notexi
peoted to withstand very much temptation,
espeoially when said humun nature ia cold
Li.tikus by Prussia i Ci.mao Mail. isi
pokTAKT CiUNiix or DkTAii.s. Official no
tice bits been given by the PrusMnn Post
Office Department that, in conecquenae
the war in Europe, every communication
between Triosle aud foreign ports bus been
interrupted. Therefore, neither letters for
the Ionian Islands, Malta, Urccce, Turkey,
Lev ah I, Egypt, the Indies, Cuiua, und Aus
tralia, nor for Sardinia, can in future be lor,
warded to their destination via Prussia and
Austria in the I'niteJ States and Prussian
oloscd mails; but should be sent either in
the HrilUh or Kronen mail. Letter for
Bosnia, Servia, Moldsvia, Wallaohia, Hut.
aohuch, Serei, Salooica, Sophia, Adilannple,
and Constantinople may be forwarded as
fjrmtrly, in the Prussian eloeed mail.
Poetuiuelera should be careful to observe
the above change of regulation, and collect
Knui.anu and Kkanci The N. Y, Ex.
press bos some sensible remarks on ihisiub.
jeut, suggested by the questionable news as
io tne oiDcreocs. inue II winds up
"John Hull may profess neutrality, aud be
may try with all bis might and main lo be
neutral in good faith, but should Ibe contest
between Austria and France be prolonged,
war ia a necessity of his position, which
is difficult to see how be . .m obviate."
KT-Geuersl Houston is s4'io a candidate fur
Governor of Texaa, in opposition lo Mr. Rua
nela, tha regular Democratic nominee.
ETMiller'sThcatKeal Troupe, with Pavilion
and baggage, arrived la tews Ibis foreaoea,
preceded by a band ef awelkti at aa as ,
Biabop Davis (Kpiscopil.) of South Caruline,
has become nearly blind from cataract.
Archbishop Franhi, ihe Pope's Nuncio, haa
bean expelled from Florence.
The tickets for Ihe dinner ou the 31st ult.,
given by the lloaton Chess Clab lu Mr. Psul
Morphy, were tlfl verb. Dr. Holmes presided.
A wife In Poriage is the mother of e'even
gills, the eldest but twelve years old. Three of
thsio arrived togelher a few days ago.
Privsle letters from New Orleans, from te
apretable sources, ssy lhat several crave of yel
low fever have rnude their B pearunre there.
Nearly aix bundled Roinuu Catholic young
ladiee partook uflheii first coiumuninn aline
lime and at one church, in New York, ou
The Iowa Stale Reporter estimates the pres
eut population of Iowa st not less than SIjO.OIH)
and thinks the tieit census will show fully oue
On Sundsy nooo, as Descou Tukebury, of
Salisbury, Mas., was returning home from
church, and when within sight ot hit house, he
fell and immediately expired, He wan about
GG years uf age. A brother and sister of Ueucon
died in a similar lusnner.
The clock at Westminister, England, has
cost Ihe nation 1 10,000. Punch Buys it is a
strong rxeniplicnliou uf tho homely truth,
"Time ia money."
Geo. Dawson of Ihe Albsny Journnl, is now
al the Thousand Islands trolling for inutca
lunge. He has written two lelLra to the Jour
nal, but at ihu date of ihe second he bad not
had a bile not svun a musquilo bite.
Hon. R. 0. Winthrop declines to bi a candi
date for re eleciou to ihe Vice l'nideucy uf
llie Boston Tract Society, for reason tlist il fu
vors the publicstiuu of ami slavery tracts, a
thiug wilh which il rightfully ahould have
nothing to do.
The Hon. John J. Crittenden, of K-mtucky.
aud lady, were at Vlncc lines, Indiana, ou Kri
day. Mr. J. had not visited Ihe "old post" be
fore, since iblii, when he was there tor several
weeks oil Ihe sick list as a soldier.
Henry Waid Beecher rivals the Auslriau
Geueral Guyali in barbarity. Ho absolutely
talks of sentencing a man "to the Ti lot Socie
ty for Itfo." Belter adopt the Aualriau lule, and
prescribe but the oue punishment "ifoatli."
lu the absence nf Count Sanlges, 'ri. Ie V ii
count tie Freilard, First Secretary uf the French
Legation, will conduct ita business, wilh the
title of Charge d' Affaires.
Il is said lhat the Rothschilds ha e lost 73,
000, 0UU franca by lha great Vieun-tse bouse
that haa just failed; but this la proosbly
Richsrd Ausdale, the well known animal
paiuter, of London, p-oposes to visit thiacuuc
Uy during the present season, lor tl I- purpuse
uf studying the nuffilu of our west em prsi
1 be f rince of V alee, uu hia recent visit lo
Rome, made some few purchases of works of
al, aud among Ihein Misa Homer' spirited
IlltW statue oi Puck ou a Mushruuiu, Which haa
attracted ao much attention.
According to the saying of the Court, the
Emperor of France intends that this campaign
shall baas rapid and brilliant as tlmt of hia
uucle, iu 1796. He intends lo datu his dis
patches from Milan by the end of tlx- prestu'
mouth, ur the begiuuiug uf Juue at tin latest.
It ia proposed that the Slate Board uf Ag'is
culture invite Paul Morphy to deliver a scien
tific lecture upon the culture of wbeab, and set
lie tho queatioii permanently hetlser il will
turn to chess.
The Rev. Mr. Woud, now in China, writes lo
the New Hampshire Patriot that a laboring
man its ibe tulerior of China can live Coiufurta
bly ou food coaling one ceut per d.y.
During the first week io May the price of
cheap bread iu London roae from tivit to seven
pence the tout puuud loaf, and among- tho high
priced b .kera a loaf of the sjino wciigbl rose
from seven to nine aud a half pence
Napoleon, beinre leaving Paris, addressed a
letter lu Queen Vicluria reiieaiiog bis pioinisi-
uol to compromise England. The Emperor
seems lo enjoy the homage he receives when
rnliug through thu streets of Alesseudria.
The Piiuce R -treiit, in closing the German
Diet at Berlin, stated in his speech that Prussia
waa determined to maintain the balauce ol
power in Europe, antl protect thu national in
te rests of Germany audexpecl lbs confedeiute
powers lo be fiuu in aiding her to fulfill lhat
Board of Education.
THURSDAY EVE, June 2.
Presenl Messrs. Brown, Wareham, Pruden,
Lind-ley, Miller, Elliott, Ronihcrger and
On niotior. it was ordered that Mrs. Fi-k be
permitted In keep her daughter in the S. E
District school during the remainder uf the
On motion il was orderod that non residents
attending the public achoola, preparing for the
High School, be permitted lo lie examined for
Mr. Browu, from the committee lowborn was
referred the subject nf providing additional
school rooms, tusde a report showing that there
were more scholars eurolltd iu the District
Schools lhau there was seats for. Rewrite
ceived snd committee discharged.
Mr. Bomberger, from Finance Committee,
made a report showing the amount necessary
for school purioses for the next year lo be
3J..'.hO. This, after deducting amount re.
ceived from State tax. Would require a levy of
about three mills.
The comiaillee offered the following resulu
lions, which was adopted.
Resolved, Thst lh levy fortoition purposes
for the present year be one and throe quarters
mills ou each hundred dollars, and oue aud
three quarters mills on each hundred dollara
for eoniiugent purpje es, and lhat the cleik
ce.tlfy the aamelo ibe coumy auditor.
The buildiug committee made a verbal report
Dpon the aubject referred to in ihs lsst meet
ing and asked for further time. Request
The resignation of James Campbell aa Super
intendeut of the City Schools was received.
The recomaiendation uf the epecisl commit
tee lo purchase Ihe German Meihudiat church,
was referred to the building committee.
A petition from the executive coiuruiltie uf
the klontgotuery County Teschera' Institute
r-qoliug Ike use of 01100 Ihe school heuses
for four weeks from and alter July Ittlh, was
laid over until next meeting.
After passing sundry accouuU liisrd ails
j-Mirned to ineel la two weeks.
IT k western editor telle the public that iki y
can take bis paper cheaper Ibaa they ran any
ether. It ibey lake il lor noleg, Ibey will
take it fur exactly what it to.
THr "LiTrtK Oust-' axp Titr. Pin f li a ni k-s.
On hoard the steamer N'frnprr, which reached
xtsmphia a few days since. Hern lion tiephi u
A. Douglas, Ihe iliatiuguishrd Illinois Senator,
and the celebrated Sooteli eianti-s, who, we
believe, is over seven feet in heighl. und unn of
the fullest women in I lie ot!d. The contiaal
bnlm-een the lao, as they mov-:! shoot the 1-osl,
t B.lid to titve Im'OM quite li-lnilrkahltt.
Will. Tiirv? The Enquirer snys when .lodge
Scoit granted a wiit. of Aa.Vas i-rpit in lie
Cleveland case, ten days airn, all Oherlin was
in eestnry of delihl and ssiisfactro i tlla-rlin
overflowed OKerlin ntllieil.en mitr, to incut
Buihnell and I.angsioti fmu the jul orCiu
hnga rnunty In ihn f-lsle Houmi at Coluiiihua.
But now , since ihe piisimera have bun ri ir.ari
ded lo custody, will Orn-riiii escort thriu m U s
- - M -
ITTThe population of ihe ri'v nnd suhutla
of Nashville It ni ar 3-J.i-OC. There sru 1 ,CWI
more white males thau f.nnh'S mthiiille
bounds of the city.
New Dental Offico in
No. 124, Jult'orson street, ne.ir the coi nir til
rittti, iu the residence lt-riu-.'rly ocetipi-
ed by L. I''. Clnllin i(- .Mrs. (loudw in.
HF. siiliscribrr has rpntovi! Ills ofllt'p lrin 1 tuiii
Allen co . O.. and oermnncntlv located Mnlmu.
All uitrTfitlon pel tnimnir to the practice vt i nti.s-
try will te performed in the lut manner, aud -ny
iy ia iu lentil iiiihi itM inti in i) (e preu rr' j.
Partlcutiir nitrnitnn nitrt tn iT.ni'Hiiiwf Inn new
atjlcof Pitt eut FoU'f.niii Hiate Ariiti.MM Teeth.
u. A. MAN i ici it Al t, it. I. a.
nonKRT HAItltlHON AHAJ1!'
l hereby nntfned
Il that Marlah 1
,ontaa Atlaii.a tiled hvr petition on
e mini nay 01 June, 1 ti, tn Uic to 111 1 ol t nnm"n
leaa tn urd ftr the eeuniy pf ''onieonierv in Ihe
atftte rl Ohio, afiliict him, ) rnjtn atiivorei; au.e
wiuui abriiLU- lur inrre chih.
iM A H I A 11 I.OIMA ADAJI.i,
I V JUMAII Hi 1 l.L, her AH i
new and unci)HalIed Inientiotm wntnl by eerj
inmiiy. my nvmm iiavc oioareo over wo.nw arlling
one ui Tiie n. Aruciea are lU'tit, ciieiui, i-awv to ntr-
ry, and veiy tuinu. Several llplo:uar, Mlv
Medal from Amerlran In-tltute. N'. Y., anil 4 tut ten ip
have been grantetl me for thrm. One pairnt In
l-ilaiid and oue In France. V A in 4 strut. ps, and 1
will -end jou, Rratis, to ntrca paitl. nlitia it
the beat aRcnry In the country.
KFHKAiM feKOYYN, I.oni il, Mn.ti.
AVIIITTtlWS .OMLA S.l. ;
la a atep by way of pri'Hreha In the Henllnif Alt
It la adai'ted for Mnrrs, Hiiinnm, Wound', mid ev ry
kind of external li.tmiMiiaWuy uittttii ty, ot what
ever name nr nature, 11 manor l'ht. Mitdetnij
byC. P. WHII 1 N, Lowed, Mua. 2. eenta per
hnx. The usual dtaeounla to the tt.Mie f nld I-)
DluKefiHtit, 'Aiinotiit lli3'lf and l.v hcaleil."
TH K (iOI.DKN S A I.V i A file -it Healuii: Menu -ily.
It la with uiui h plensure we aiiuouuie the wrl
vent of thia new article In our cit;. , t ho b hip mrt
with auch aiafDai auccetta In I oiveil. when il li
niade, that the pa;i ia have t teamed wuh eari-a rd
truly marveloua uurea. They chrouu'l one where
the life of a lady waa recently aatod a cine o
broken heart another where the life or a oh lid i.
aavil a case of chafing; another ol a lady w hnne
face waa much tllPttftUii d by rioiulmti, humor,
which waa brought to a healths action in a lew
drtye; auothoi ol no old 111.111, who h:id a no:eon
hia lMt for twenty yeara-eured in n f-u Heekn
ourcltlreuawlll njt l-e ilow In pelting at Its nit ritn.
and Will herald It oel the wond. koMtnn Heiald.
OrA.iKNTil WaNTKU IN TH IH StaTK Id
canvaaa w.th the (iOl.HKN SA1.YC. no la rapidly,
t an make good pay. Kor terma, &.e,, aend ittamp.
C. I'. WHITIKN, U.iveil, Mann.
nisfloliit.011 of l:trln iA!)f.
rPHE partnership hercto-oro Piintinir he
A tween the underalK'ied In the practice tf tho
law, haa thia day been dlanlved by mutiia1 oor.nent .
F.ach ol the part lea will continue in the practice of
the law at the office heretoiore occupied In aaidtlrin,
and will promptlv attend foall buinesii 1 ntruated to
hia care. h. HOLTlN,
W. H. UKLVII. V.
June 1 ji-l-lw
(Journal pleaie puh.ith, one week.)
Just recelveil a large Invoice ot
l-'HKNi'lI LACK MANTILLAS, I
CI1ANTILLV LACK do
IK KM II LACK I'UlMS,
eiiANTll.l.V I.ACr, do
Cloth Raglana and Duuteia,
White Be 1 age fcbawla,
AT REDVCED PI! ICES!
Jel JOHN, VAN DOHI X A I 1).
June First. 1859.
A N O T II K II
New and Elegant Designs
JUST b.i t.lVKttl AT
N. P. DOM LASS k CO.'S!
HU H IliKStill.KSIrl,tS). wortl.il .111
4lKIY)Sdn " for fill els per yard.
HiKHl VUS H ES I l'.U 11 iC LAWNS,
warruiitid fust i-ulurs, I jl.-ta, per yd
In great vanety.
HOOP Sklltfts !
Ueaic- now oifeiiiiK the
Wbich U the U-.t in use, for 11,00.
MISSES' SKI UTS,
U ith Lent Mtjel spring a, fur i ifi.la.
A LETTER SKIRT FOR .,,,
Than ever before asdd Mr the auiue pi ii-e.
We are now otfVrinf our extensive aaavitntrut nf
fetin.oia, al .vtauulMturei pti.t a.
lu eudleaa variety, and VKUV I'HK'Al'
Job Lots of Embroideries,
Which can acll at cost ol liuia,rtatlon.
Many Other Goods,
Baiujltt lu Job I.o'a, whUli nill be sold VKKV I.i.W.
Kb V, liOUULAM fc ,
H. K Cor. Main A Market U ,
DAY VON, OHIO.
Ktl BOX K.S OroniCM, im print ordar, jnat
rU P. JT. , HHUtL.
Aft txpnleneerl Kurre and Ornate Phyaletan, ire
it nta to the attention of mothra, her
Soothiug , Syrup !
l or rhlMirii Irfihlnir,
Which rrritlT raellttKtea theproef. ()f t rthlnffetif
aoliemitft the (im, tftlut hift all Inllrtiiuimllim will
allay A l.L I'KIS and apaamodlc art Ion, and la
BURK TO HROULATR THK HOWtL?.
j end itpr n It, Mothera. it will give real to jour
irlM i, and,
rkt.!i:k a no hk ai tm to rovn infamy.
We havn put up ami anhl thia aitlcle for over
ten year-, ami 4 . a.- in 1 o n 11 i r m k amii
rai'Tii of it, what tvi Qj have tirver Wvn ahetti
it mi y oilier tiirtll-LJ cnp-NKV KK HA IT
KMI.e'.l'. IN A MMVU INT.M K, T( k F
f"Kt T A t'( UK, li'iifsj tlnte.v uaed. Never ilttl
vrrt itiKitr aa inatanipAij nt liaitiirfl'ioD K mi)
mtp who npeil It, On tin K. ritntrary, all are i-.
l'nMe1 with ita opera llona. anl apeak In
(erica ol h'ftheftt com rf) inemlatl'inof ita iiinglr
tl rllc:n tiful me.llttn vlituia. We aen in
thia matter "ten at ' ," a-ier teit
yrai-st' ejirrlt'iic, Ntii'.s pi.r Pis 1: oi'jt n.ei'TA
tion roa Tiir n i,n.- niknr or wwt hi
a.. ik nv.ii.AHL. In al-J n.oat nery 1 aarsn
where th Inlant ta anf-w fennnf Irtin pa.Q and
(hniisjlh n, relief aj h1 found in till fi-n or
twrnty minute! areiJJ 1 ft - ii In amli .literi-d
'1 litis vn'tiihli iiri'imtripj Hon ia 1 he .ri crtl't.oii
of 01:0 or tt:e moHt e H k K t K N C 1 ( U and
Kll.l.Vl.'LM'ilK uf New i:nliinl, end haa
been ined with rrtv hiiimi am tut in
THOIIHANIQ ' K I AM--.
II notonl rt'liesatliew child funii pain lit Ip
iiu;orjPs the hIoiuhlIi) nmt h'twela, rurreoto
lll., and rImb tune Mi l thi to t. n vl i-le
vattvti. It tt tll nlmfirttf ii.atnnM relln -e liHl-
i'im; in niK in)yi'.i.vMi niNuuui"
Il , Hil l oteH-ome cjt fcs 1 ulaiona, ivhiih, ll t.tn
lefilk ten filled, "hi:i In iientli. W Itellf ve It
the nrT ami at nrnr Reived) in I lie uorht, :n
til cft ol lYSKNf 1KMV AM' Ol A U
IIIKK, IN CHIMlMKN, Mhelher it arlrrn ln.it.
leetMukf, nr trnm i. fea otht 1 iniiij.'. V'imiiii
at;. t'iter motln rHl.ofM l.i.ri a thiM Htitteilug
from niiv uf Hit- I'lri'i;!! lug rmmilnfnta DO
N'tTl.KT YtHH I'lll 5 Jl Hllh MiK YlIK
J'KKsirJilCKN OK llTMjJ hH at ami between
youraullerinKrhild Hm'P th relief ttW wtll la
AlvMK ye, .bSji Lt 1 K i. V i: UK-I.il-low
the iui' ot Oil C litetlltliie, 11 tiiiil uietl.
Mil directtuna for um nil) acve.mpniiy
ach bottle. one pen , nine uiilt.a the lac-niLf
01 C L KTl A PI-.H W KlM, New-York, la on
thr O'ltfsltte wrufper. m
Hold by i)rimlitntcj tbrounhout tl r unrld.
I'riiiulial iitiioe.sj No U I'cdi r it.,
Price only 23 Cert per Bottle
Just reccU Ui
(lit-iiii llyiidrrc Sstuinit'i- Mk,
rrnirli l.tivn. I5t i" Itolx",
I'rliiu-d Ui-i'iice OroiiiKlliu j,
Itcrii' A iiKlnia,
Itlui k Silk tlulira,
I'liilit UlnrkM Iks,,
dl'lt Stnek is now InrL'n nnd ilnairrble,
anil we aieotrcrnni . i la at (.UK AT BICI'I I TloN
on loriuer puces, tt e are drt.rniii.eit lo li II (.01 Ua
iV.T cheap ran cash-
JOHN, VAN DliRKN t. r 11
roll Sl'M.MKl; lititlDS, grj t Illir.KNK'SI
itivl Hrovtifnl S!it,. i f n
C asf5imere, VesthigK, j
AKD FPKNISlilNli OOODt.' J2
.e ir s r ) j. es o e sum n .
1. 1, stu alr.-cl, llayton. f)
SI' M M I II (l(ODS, 1-1 lo ItKKKNir.'
I). W. WINTKKS
Haa j'.-l tspHed a Urate itil. i i
Buautitul Silk Cap?,
HOOT & S1I0H STORK,
No "i Jiallroii kli wl.
D Y lu.N, ill:!.. .
FKTKR JO II A.N TO UN & liUO.
to th- pii;lis, (treat
it... ..1. o.ciil- iil tl.c
" pun 1 in tn ii
BOOTS AND SHOES!
I N.l.in eBt..oi(illy, their t ptablishn.ent will
prtseerj atli.-tvlivr; lor hey Keep nil btyle ui
in. tri-fi. '-(,: Ii I Iheil l iii : j li-, ! , U.t;. bulluli,
(sl-ma. hid. l-'reiich Murm ct, cut- ret, .t;id l.uitl
U.til.i ; t ,fi, Niul witi.our lit i U, (. tia t-hvi Ie t Jen
i l.iu I II mil tf, I'eili'iil I'n a. I G titi rg. t 'reoie
Heeled, M'tre l iHtjreia and tipped t t,itt;(, linil
tri. ,.n.l KpI Jelii:) l- uJ Ujute. , with and without
hee -..and Kid Slip,era.
W.'ife', thej wll! vl) h! prlcra itiiiclu from
85 CENTS TO $2.
Kir tit ni leinen, tiiey ae. p 'entii: Patent upd: a
llo ita, fatsii i wpiT.i ii uU'ia, l.-tsiuuc tii pa l Sle.en,
l.to'.iikf tij j I'll Is ilt in (viiii ( kJ! 1'i-ved i. aitein.
A!v, Hta)' nnd oi.llta' (titeit, in ahi r., ci 1 1 -thnit;
lit the 1-uot aud Mice l.n. . ,
.yA.i t.i itipcr id wi-rn w irrnniei'.
Prices, !?50, $60, & $65!
(ii ir M.wi wo hum; i:kih:u,ii'ii. e
t.tl.n Mi.-, :ntd Impt . il bi:ttle M. hiitta. Ft
in,ieei; iiii'iieit Ji'kj''atinit to ire ) ui p m ol f1
l-fBiii'h t v. iiitr, e l.a- 1 ujc liie u nrld to p: tMut.ii I
aiivtltfr.K tit eui"l thru.! The, rout am ail the .. i.a l f
niipiox i'iiu'1,1. tiiit h,,;e e s'r let n ln . nti-il nijtl u.- ,T
le-'lull) (ipp'.tetl to Scm ifir tnrlmi"a; tbua nnkie2
llieii ttf ii ure Kiist'titl i.tii.ty aud H.w piaclttul
u.'t h "6 ,p;-lle. to the J utp n of I smily few 11.4
than rti.v lluiis' iir tt pitKiuen'. lt are ti.e
I.Ul hta,tM-l." M-. 'fU:. ' t-1 lUi' iHlW iOl l at thu
atxi e rtiiMletate rH' t. 'i'hey hnv no aueii(rln
any n -;.: t, diut, iu until tg iiiiuouahi) pio. e tlieir
ptiii-ti.'.it.H.l, rh,l v"'ril ntifiifetfl. ve do Alt.
kiMi u m.iiim: iimivu omikv, and free;)
(liter th"r U-e Ii' ft I'M w hn lie v lee 1 tUfpO-id to
1 1 y them. t ma all DCi-earai, lu truutti i t khi -
i etc iti.-ir opcritiKti tml n Hi nfrt uu til
n-t iiiHMT puii. units nil u.r a eueuiar. or in
tjinie at .No. fl .ln;u irvl, trttiecu latl nLd 1,
(Weat ide )
Wii, l-.very Mdi hitio wiinanteil.
jei ai. t . A V k i. Agent.
Sl FeCIAL NO MCE.
rVUE OPKMMi PAU1Y AT TU K UH IO
1 White nljl nr prlrkra ivlll tie ylve:: on the
MS IN UAV Ot' JINK, Ihrt irrjjr.ftur vuitld
wiih ti x,ee till Ihe p'itrniia di.d tneie! nt the ''Ohio
W hlte .Mtlptuir' prvatt'iit on tha1 oeeaslin.
Mmtei a iu'ilii'ii limd iU l i.t ailerdance
Tin- menitsera of tne metltenl iiriifrrok.n iil thta and
(jvIj went sVu arj e.peviad) m.itid lj atteud the
pxrf a i alM e.
All uepapir- in later uf the proewrtty of Ihe
( id.'. ti ne Milpl.tti "piii'ij. f ill pit M-e i u.e it the
ahot notece. ut)3l-1t
Homes & Oo.'s Original
Musty A 1 u ! .
A T ihe stand iuruurly ncciipuj by Nan
is ertn t Helm
, ' HUill.Sk (H) .
, JEf FEBS0H iTSlET,' " . ,
The atsi.e nonular tierev.es. Wsivle. cverv other
CO Hoe dries of ll.e aeason, will I e krt ou haj d.
H. uiiiki his sM Iiisajs a4 the kui-iu lo eaM
BU-l see lua, niyf