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iriday Evening, Jan 3, 1839.
tTReadin.; Muter on Smf
WFor Local., Telegraph. and other
natters of interest and iDformation, eo
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Democratic State Ticket.
liUPUS P. RANNEY, of Cnyehop. Comity.
WILLIAM D. 8AFFORD, of Ro. County.
JDDOROP TRR IVPRfcHR COURT,
HENRY C. WHITMAN, of Fairfield Co. i
AlWTOR OF IATR, I
O. VOLNEY DORSKY, of Miami Counlr.
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trkasi'Rrr or itatr, ;
Wll.LIAM BL'WIINEUi, of Riohland Co. !
aRl'RXTART or KTATR.
RRt-RXTART OF XTATR,
JACOB REINHARD, of Franklin County.
ROAau or pi bi.ic works,
JAMES TOMI.1NSOX, of Washington Ca
cox ox acnooL oommissionkr, !
cnARLEd N. ALLEN', of Harriaon Co. I
The American's News.
The "war news" by the America may be j
giren in three aentenoea, ana lor tlie con
yeoionoe of our reader we will gire them: I
1. "No battle has occurred."
2. "An engagement waa looked for at any
3. "The bulletins from the seat of war are j
If we may exoept tha Telegraph Cable :
and Pike's Teak, the " European war '' so '
called because we have been ltd to eipect a j
battle and since we have oeased to expect,
called ao by oourtesy is the grandest hum- I
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bug ever put up on "the world and the rest
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of mankind. Yesterday we wero indig- j
nant that the Halifax telegraph office dctaini j
ed the America'a news tweuty-four hours ; '
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to.doy we only regret that it did not retain ,
The item that flour, wheat and breadstuff,
bad taken a decided downward tendency,
may be interesting to speculators in these
-r i r e.i . i i
necesssries of life, on this side of the Atlun.
chief excellence of the news brought by the
America is that it is favorable to humanity,
and the peaceful arts.
Saltpetre is deolining.
Judge Swan's Repudiation.
This eminent Jurist bad the courage to ;
stem the tide of Abolition fanaticism, but ;
he has sunk beneath its waves. In the eyes j
of Western Reserve Abolitionists, to admit i
the constitutionality of the Constitution of
the United States, is "treason to Freedom" .
aud sub.erviuncy to the "slave oligarchy."
Whatever there is in that instrument thnt
looks to or recognizes the relation of master j
and slave, is in their estimation, contrary ;
to the higher law and binding neither the ,
consciences or conduct of citiiens. The j
Convention by reDudiatine !
Judite Swan, baa civen its countenance and !
support to these infamous doctrines. The
fanstios of Oberlin and the Connecticut Re- j
serve will go home glorying in their triumph j
O'er a man who dared to declare under the
solemn obligation of his oath, bis fieelily to
the Constitution of his oountry. And the
Republican party of Ohio are called upon
at the polls next fall to give completeness
to that triumph ! It remains to be seen
whother honorable and patriotic men, for
there are many auch in that organization,
will endorse by their votes this revolutiona
ary action of the late convention. It cannot
be denied that a different decision from 1
that which Judge Swan made, would luve j
brought the authorities of the fc'tute of Ohio
direct conflict with those of the general !
government It would have been not only
repudiation of the decision of the Supreme !
oftho Cnitcd States, but a renudiatinn !
of the Constitution. It would have been a
new inauguration of the doctrine of nullifi
cation, a miserable and sorry conflict of
canting, whiaing fanaticism upon one side,
and constitutional right upon the other.
Ohio would have presented a beautiful
spectacle to the country, had tho counsels of
ber Spauldings and Giddingses prevailed
over the stern integrity and sound judg-
t V 111 s mi ja '
mentor joscpn iv.nwan , me very name ol
Revolution would have been forever die.
graced by the display of its standurd in
auch a cause, and in the hands of such
a .i j e. r
A motley crowd of; free negroes and
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abolition enthusiasts, would have clamored
around the Exeoutive chamber at Columbus,
and hia Exceller.oy, Governor Cbuse, who
had given bis pledge at Cleveland to sustain
the decision of the state Court though it had
been adverse to the Constitution of the
United States, which aa Governor of Ohio
he had sworn first to support, would have
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been called upon to order out the foroe. of
the State to resist the execution of the oon-
stitutional laws of the general government I
The question would have been whether
r. .- i.l it i tj. . i. u
the Constitution of the United Sutes should
be trampled undor foot, and the doctrioejof
Mr. Seward boldly put in issue, of the in
compatibility of free and .lave states peace
ably, prosperously and continuously to exist
under the same confederation. 1 be Demo,
cratio party of Ohio to a man, would bavo
repudiated with acorn and spat upon any
attempt of the State Exeoutive to force them
into reaistance-to the laws and constitutional
deoision. of the federal government.
Thousand, and tena oi thousands of coDsor-
yative men who may yet be found in the
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rank, of the party calling Itself opposition,
would have joined themselves to the De-
moeraoy in their determination to put down
a rebellion which would have possessed no
one redeeming feature to cover it. author.
Now look at it I A man who in the con.
oientiou. exercise of hi. high judicial
funotlon., hat saved this state and people
from all thia inevitable shame and disgrac,
and perbap from th. direful oonsequenoe.
of actual violenoe, i. directly repudiated by
the regular State Republican Convention I
Thia i. a fact of deep significance. It
abould arrest the attention of every intelli
gent and law abiding man who now act.
with the Republican party. It prove, the
supremacy of the abolition element in the
Republican organization. Resolutions and
platform, ara but vords this i. an act;
- at.d tba , Republican party of Ohio now
1 aod re.pon.ible for it
SV; tTIUary B4 1 not ccaeacUd vita tba
T?) '.:Imtt4 rf fm.
Judge Swan's Repudiation. The Opposition in a Quandary.
olitionisH and Rcpublicana. It may be fair
, the opinion or Ooggin and the opposition
alayo-codeitej of the south, but depend upon
it, the people are hot to be deceived and
gulled by any auch ailly contrivances.
For fear, however, tha plnn above suggest
unimportant" ed might not prove B'ire, our ingenious
neighbor suggest another, and he thinks, a
" Perhnpe, a better plan than the above,
would be, to run Opposition Klectors, in all
he Stutes, uninslructod as to particular in
, dividua a. n hen elcotod, they could be
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brought together, in Convention, and might,
uoubtlcss, agree on two nnuiea they would
finally support in the Klectoral College. If
hi" houid bo found iinpractioabU, the elcc
tors could cast the vote with the best lights
before ll)em . K
Tlja iiidivljuaje, .Viu'OniM anil ncisms,
who want tliei. Ihhthii. nnd fishes, find ytho
strayed against tli ilemorhmio party
un.IrV th try (roneral, untneaninp and
senseless appt,U,tior) of " opposition,"' are
joM flow In rather 4 seriout diali-ma. In
,.....-..,.....,. .. , . pn.r., un,.-;
hlo. unsettled and indeRnita aUI ami I ho
whole cr.w with iu man, colored Bag i. out '
at.r-a without chrt, rudder or compass.
Th knvtrhig one. have been, and "till are,
oaating about in tha vain hop of anting
land. Our neighbor of the (.laxette, .tipnu.-
ing tliat ho hud discovered aoma green Is-
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Innd upon which hi foet lnil.t find rett.
AJ T Ml tatllllts UUIJ trU WfJ WUI'CU III (ft UlliJ I
quagmire. l!ro. Denny ia a clerer man, and
we are aorry to And him ao puttied. But '
be aya ht ha lit upon tha trna plan for j
auccoat in lX'ii). Here ia what tha oppoai- I
ara to do:
."Thi ' "u P1"-
Run two eleto-
Rcc'piauie 10 eaon aeo.ion; one 10 :
tha North and one io tho Houth. In tlu
way, and in tliia way alono, oan the whole
'ppoeitiun etraunth le combined RRiinat the '
Admioiairaiion and tho fUve Democracy."
ItcttUliful plan that, trulv! Run n flav. ry
ticket in the aouth, pledged, wa aupposo, to
(be establishment of a elare code in the ter
ritories, and in the north run au atitraluvcry
tiekot, a dyed in the wool affair, thco throw
the election into the ilouae.and cheat the peo
ple, either north or aouth, or both, by elect
ing an unacceptable man. Tliia may le
consilient in tha estimation ol northern Abi
Mark well tho bold, duelling and unfair
plan. " Hun Opposition Electors in all the
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conservative at the north: pro-slavery, dits-
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unionisfs ana siave-coue auvocates nc the
south, but run no J'retiJential Candidate,
then let the electors choose whom they like,
delraul the pooplo and put so inn (loggin,
Butts, or (iiddings into the Executive Chair!!
Spacious and unparalleled scheme! "Whom
the Gods would destroy they first make
Republican State Convention.
secretary 01 .a. x: ivussen, 01 cnn.
ton i for IWrd of -'ubl, VVork"-J-11 Gref?
Renublican oryt of Sciot ' rr Suho1 Commiwioner,
away from the pui9 t0 gdthcr buckwheat
They might luuch, but ho didn't laugh -it
that occasion. He would admonish the Re
in publican, against pride and reckless .lisre-
.gnrd of tho rights of others. Mr. Corwin
then proc(.ejcd to descant upon constitution
a al quesiions. He cautioned them not to in
Court vade the right of the Southern men. F.ver
cuntinued, "You don't like this, but I do,
and 1 speak what 1 like. If you disagree
! ". ' yur Diifone, and shows
I vou to be wrong.' Mr. Corwin then de
men. 1 'uu ' . " T . .' , i
scanted at some length upon the powers and
dul of .lBOtors iD thii country.
The Republican State Convention, after
organizing permanently, nominated the fol
lowing ticket : for Governor, Wm. Dennison;
for Li.ut, Governor, R. C. Kirk , of Knox ;
for Supreme Judge, W. Y. Gholaon, of Uain.
ilton , for Auditor of State, R. W. Taylor,
of Mulioning; for Treasurer, A. V, Stone.
Anson Sm-T"'' of aaUia. Tho city of Co
lumbus has three candidates on tho ticket-
"ennison, stone ana emyin,
man'J roPort aaJ"
The Committee on resolutions then re1
ported by its Chairman, M" Kinghatn, of
JetTerson, a series of Kesolutinns. A dole
gate immediately moved their adoption and
the previous question. Tho resolutions
were declared adopted. Governor Corwin
was loudly called for, und ascended the
platform amid a good deal of applause.
Mr. Corwin made a speech in his peculinr
style, a goad denl about going to the polls
and gelling in buckwheat. Ho had known
Ohio once defrauded out of a very excellent
I l...nn,.- I.w ..a.nn nf . iri.oil mnnv utfl.inif
since the earliest times there had been an
acknowledged right of the slave owner of
Virginia to pursue his sluve and recapture
him. He did not like to hear, that after
sizty years of acquiescence, the Republicans
had found out there was was no such powt
er existing. His plan wasto regard the law
while it existed, to enact another providing
for the rendition ol fugitives without any
objectionable features, if possible. The Fed
eral CDurts alone could decide the question
of the constitutionality of the luw, weak ap
, nnd ,ome dist.lea.ure.l Mr. C,
Mr. Dennison was then introduoed. He
said he was profoundly grateful lor the hon
or done him, and without undervaluing the
rerponsibility of the office to which he had
been nominated, he was not at liberty to de
cline tho nomination tendered to hi in with
such frenerous unanimity.
He then aeclaimcu auoui Biayery. itioy
did nut wish to trample upon the oonstitu-
. r the Hbut woul j oppo,e
the i0fttlnous doctrines propounded by the
'. Supreme Court ol the United States. As
! the Governor had promised to resist the en
I croschments ot the rederal (government, so
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would he pledge bimsclt, it e!cctea tiover-
, Dor tu rcist all attempts of the Fedora!
nowers to encroach upon freedom in Ohio,
Mr. Donnison continued at some length, and
concluded by renewing bis thanks to Ihe
Joshua K. Gidlini;. was then called out,
and proceeded to address tho Convention,
When he heard Mr. Dennison he lelt like
exclaiming with him of old, "Lord, now lett
test thou thy servant depart in peace !"
When be heard Gov. Corwin he felt like
welooming him back a. tho returned prodi
gal. His eloquence reminded him of old
1 he uemocracy nai notmng o uo
but to oatoh negroes. Some men from Ohio
pa, in Cont,ras, io iS50 ,t ,he
threats of slaveholders. Uo would nut
' name them, for there was oue Whig. (Crie.
of name 11 He would not name he had
been a Whig himself once God forgivo
him I lie then (old aneodotes about the
escape of negro slaves, ind the efforts of the
Federal Government to administer the law
in Huston ; from whioh he d verged to the
oases on the Western Reserve, and thenca
to tba Revolution.
lie proceeded to defend his letter recom
mending that the Federal Officer, should
have been exocuted when they oame after
the fugitive negro at Oberlin. lie had heard
that there wa. a .lave oatoher on the plat
form to-day. If he bad known that, there
should bare been one man leu upon the
platform, or one more dead. What I a .lave,
holder upon the platform of thi. Republican
Convention I II. wondered some men did
not make thi. known.
Alter Mr. Giddiugs had conclude!, Dr.
Kirk addressed the Convention briefly; and
David K. Carter beii.g called out made a
CTTbe population of St. Louis i. 1KO.00O, a.
aha, by a ewsu. jut aaoipUtad. Tbi It
fUa of H)jW ia (wa yar.
onAtt e. olakkb,
JLUAIj JS ST AT IS
7lt,l, bay and sell on Cotnmiaaitin Real
Estate of all kind., Bonda, I
fc0 , ,',,. IHl ,.;
Hate loana. will 1-xate l.an.l Warrant.. In. ore
' 'fa charit, unl, ,, ntdti
OfHoe with 1. 1. a. Bralth, Eeq.,
Clegg'e Dulldlng, Thlrdatreet.
T-s cj l n"
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If 'Ii I In I ROThR I y , a pnir of very
fln Mulrl. And tha TrA.llna Itnitt lUrrlnittnn
t'HAhl.ks K t LAHKI-.
(11 V 1 7
t'lncii'a HulMlnK. d atrrct.
JcrTcraon A handaoma !t. Waat aide . halow
ath at. Hiuail r'rama upon It.
apond at.Mnnaa and Ixt ha'oar TarrT, north
aide, noiia, i'n-.rorv inir
Hraan at -fti.rw.alta HitrkM. .t t .... tiriolr
lluuaa and larga lot. CHKAP. I
nmurrt m nl Ann Tun .In.. T....klA 1
nn, . Houaa, ton.1 cellar, Urn,
Ctatcrn, Ac. Will r-nt to ia lit
t tnli at. Corner of Mon
lont-oinarv. Fine Lot.
Rmall Kranta Mtiuac.
X)BTT I.)THI-(in the Hill hotweensd andeih ata.,
and a larttc numt
er ol va.aut Lota;
Bale cheap. or toaxchaiigt-forother
CHAM. K. CI.AIIKE
f'legg's Building, M ii.
neai r.afafe .aitenf,
Flas Mill for Sale.
THK Urxrm Mill I. ..ilk hw th ' lUvtan
1 to.,'withacrol frouod, li om-red fnr Balp,
It has all tha mi hluerv necrssarv for doinr a
prtrty will he mjld on tha m(it rvasonaole terms
on applu atlun to 1' H AH. h. LAUKK,
apr.il Hi?ai ivstaie AKni, j nira sircei. i
A KINK Lot nn Steele' t Hill, cnntiimintf
?S acres vevit.fulljr wltuatrd will b nd
cheap, on sppuoauoo to
CH AS. K. CI.AHKK.
Real 'jttat Aent, ad street.
CITY PROPBRT If .
AI.SO A hnndrtomn Residonne on 5th St.,
between Mttn and Ludlow; 3 storjr Urlck. well
furnlilied au t handsomely Improved yard. Pay
BiiMitseas. I'HA. V. Cl.AKKK,
mim Keal Katate A?rnt, CleffK'n HutUhnff, 3d it.
)1 I ACM Erf in Iliinoia, 4 miles from Sum
Oil ner, on the O. h. M. R. K., one hundred acres
Improved, the remainder timlrer of good quality,
deep, rich, alluvial ftuil.
TitHie n re two gootl Dwelling Houses on th" prem
ises, convenient out-hoiists, and in the midst of a
This farm ts ofTered at the low price cf l?iHr
acre, being much less than its value. For sale ly
CH Att. K. cLAHkt,
Rel Kstate Agent, so strt-et.
UJty l'roi4rty Ueftirnble Htl-
IctTer for aula on reasonable terms, a
new and ha ml some residence on 'id street, be
The Hifuse is large andooiumodloue, with all the
modern improvements and conveniences; is finely
located, and In a good neighborhood. Will heboid
cheap, if application i made soon.
C II AS. E CLARK K,
nih Real Kstate Agent, Clew's BuiMing.
I AND WA KM A NTS UOUtJUl' A SOLD
at Cincinnati limitations, or located in Iowa
Kansas. Nebraska, or Missouri, by
(JHAS. K. CLARKE,
ni h 8 T hint street.
1 OH ACHKS, 10 milett from the city Jul
1 JJ proved, orchard, unrings, ftic.
ia acres timi.er, anu to acres not torn.
Price ilU per acre. Forxalehy
t'MAS, K. CLAHKK,
mhH Real Estate Agent, au street.
1Q ()()() ACRES of Land in lllinois.on
nine Itnnrovetl Farm, anil wild lauds, ' I
Torho.e having amall farms in this section, that
will sell at a good price, 1 would say sell, and go
where yuu can get a large tract of land at a low
iirice.nud where you will have equally good mar
kets. ALSO, 10,000 Acres well selected Land,
In Missouri, both the quality and title of which
I will guarantee. For s.it-or exchange for oth
er property, on tha moat deairable terms.
A USD, A small but cbuico Farm in Clark
County, well Improved, will he .old cheap, and
eity property taken in part pnymeut.
ALSO, A tine Lot nn Ludlow at., between
4th aud 5th, 118 by SO It. alley back.
ALSO, Garden Lots of 7 acres each, on
the River Rued, near Ihe clt) .
ALSO, A :i story Brick Business House, on
Jerrer8oa,bctu eeii 3d and 4th sts., and a desirable
resilience on 6th St., bet. Main and Ludlow.
ALSO. Fine iuipoved Property in "Miami
City," and "Dayton View," in tracts of from a tu
13 icrcj. All fursalecHKArby
CUa.S. II. CLARKE,
feb-21 Real K.tate Aent, ClenK'n Building.
Manhattan Fire Ins Co.
OFFIt l:, No. 4.8, Willi St., IV. V.
Insures Builoiuc;s, Merchandise. Kurnlture, Vessels
ln fort and their Carnoee,and other proterty against
loss or damage by tire.
W. P. Palmer, Samuel F. Mott, Rufus L. Ford, Wil
liam F. Mott, Kdwln U. MorKan, William W. Fox,
Richard Titte, 1'eter Coojicr, Thomas Barron,
Roltert fl. nuaturn, Moses Taylor, Thoa. W. Pear
sell, Henry 11. worth, Augustus H. Ward, James
Collea, Sidney MRon, I,, a. bunrex, John Casstvell,
John Meward, John C. Green, e.lien U. 1 rucker.
WILLIAM PITT HALMtR, President.
AsniRW i. Smith, Secretary.
UHAS. K. CLARK F., Agent,
AprlS CleRn'a UuililiDK, 3d at.
OF HARTFORD, CON X.
S. Woodruff, (Preit. Wuodrutl 4 Beach I. Co.)
James bolter, (Of C. II. Morthain 1 Co )
IS. Hubert., (Of Kv-neys, Roberts Jt llfKidwin.)
Ouy U. ftielps, (b'eu'jr Conn. Life Ins. Co.)
Timothy 6heldun,(Cuutraotiir and Uuilder.)
Jatue. 1. Fue-ter, (Pruat- MechV rjav. Batik.)
Sidney A. White, (Of Spencer, White A Uu.)
Charles T. Ill, Iyer, ( Wren. Churtor Oak Bank.)
K lij.il, H. Owau, (Of Day, Owen 4 Co )
Uumsr Ulaneliard, (Of 11 Blarohard i Co.)
Richard 0. Hubbard, (State Attorney.)
M. M. Merritnsn, (Of J. a M. Mttrriman.)
William L. Cullins, (Of Collins, Brotliera t Co.)
W. U. D. Callander, (Cashier of State Hank.)
MARK HOWARD, Prea't,
K. THOMAS LORDKLt,, Sec'y.
Applications received by
CHAS. K. CLARKE, Agent,
Third street, Dayton, Ohio,
v ouiu rcier io
N. H. Darat, Esq. , (of Durst fc Herohclrode.)
JohnLvtle, Kri.t(of 1'errine, Lytle tV Shaw. )
and other merchautb. who are ecoualuted with the !
husiuosi mea oi Hartfurd. nihil
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IrUlIlO H llP Intlirtlllfl' Id
llrlll I: UC 111 311 1 (lllCC lUs
OFFICE, No t, Wull alrc-et,
0A8H CAPITAL, $300.0
Insurci Bulldingi, Furniture, Merchnndlae, Vessel
in run anu meir cargoes, aud other property
agaiusi toss or uauina uy are, oc
Mason Thompson, William Nlelson, John B. Illllv- !
er,J Ca.tree, Vaudcrbllt L Bu.ton, Benjamin J !
Hart. John sbotwell, Abraham M Bin User. Thoma. i
Chrlsty, Wm Radlord, John Rumor, Kjivauus M I
waru,Lnaries ouraiinirt u Aiunio uaaliman, V m
Oakley, John Ol More, John B Hobby, Wm l-'Jackeon,
Adam Frasea, Alexander MoKenzie, Cbas. Stirli-ig,
Joseph Rogers, John H Degrauw, llavid Shuisoii,
teer " cullina. niepuen w ray, w riglit tliues, Ua-
vldU MtMaa,JuUll liea.uu, Frederick liornby.l
anapp, laaao lAieu
win, J Watlaworth,
aud Chaa Thomson.
Ruaiin. laaac (Well, Uela S. Stiulre, Willlani
atiaworin, wui, reruou, n a rorsjin, and
MASOM THOMSON. President.
hlASTia I.. Caowci.L, Secretary.
I'HAS. K. CLARKE, Agent,
aprlS I logg's Bulldlug, 1 hlrd st.
Taxes ! Taxes Taxes I
To tba Tax Payere of Montgomery Co.
THE reoeipt. for the June payment of
A taxes, i arenow reaily. The Joth ol June Is the
last day allowed by law, for the paiment of those
taxes. Th. Teeaourer'a oRloe will be aept open
fromytiiiij,A.....udfroinltosp. m., uutii ihe
oth day of June, neat.
Bar hatoir. tlftasaatMSUtieooea.
r ' t)N ATH AH KCNNKr,
aayta-M Treeeiire. MoaUjoMar, soaaaliy.
' (JowltMU .(', daily, tt.)
KircmeVs Insurance Co.
floard VirtelTl for 1858.
a. cnAFUKD, AirnRW oump,
niMTKKH, HKNRy IIKRKAN.
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W . L. HARROW, RAMUKI, M 4K9DALL
T saL-S.A.l". 2 "ii! -LS a.?
1 tha mnat In tha faa, taaiiaa aIRR AND
MAI1INK Cul.ll IK1 on l.iorilili l.im. .n
Attrition la railed to tha fact that ara laaua Hwal-
linn llnu.n l-ollolca mnnlna aa Ion. a, THRt:t
vKARa, if dc..,i-.inir , th...v.rad tha
Ir.mt.lf of n(1M rrni-walt, and matiriallv jheaD.
oiilnir tha cont oflaiuraac on thl larjra el.
and Third. ui alalia
fl. CRAIOUKD, Praa't.
D. W. tnotaoa, liat'r. novia-ud
HARTFORD, C ONN.
iCily Fire Insurance
COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Paid in Capital,
Aetata, January lat, 1859. $308 231
Thla t onmanv ha r..-innled with ti.a i.w. nr .v.
several stafra. In whli-h It la dolnn Itualneaa
C C WAITP Pae'a PR It 1TB ri a
I,. WAiil, c y. l,.B. B JWtRS.Pras t.
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" PH'CK, Assist. Oeneral Agent,
For lnformntlon and a detailed ttatc-nf at of th
affairs of th C jmpnv oU Pollclra of Insuranoa,
... ,.n A((nt for Dayton and vicinity.
MISS L. F. IIAOKETT,
Ki. 41 Mala St., between 1st acd Sd,
Is now opening a large lot of
Spring and summer
To which sheinvltes tha attention of the Ladles.
D. HEINZ & BRO'S.,
LI AVE a Saloon on Third .Street, opposite
A the Post Office, where they will furnish their
list niers w ith all .oris ol
Ale, Beer and Wine
They particularly call attention to their tine quali
ty of " Ml'sTV ALE" or in other words,
'ALP AND 'ALF.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
AND FOR SAI.K By
N. W. WILSON,
!o. 116, Wain Mrcol.
Vt'E havk bnqauhd
MR. J. H. PIERCE'S
KNT1RE CROP OF
And after this date will receive them daily. Ihese
are the finest STRABKRH1KS In the market.
W. II. BRAN DEN RURG A CO.
m33 No.suo Third St.
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed was this day appointed Administrator
on the estate of Andrew Stephans, late of Mont
gomery county, deceased.
PI!T K-EYED POTATOES,
JUST received at
my-lS W. H. BRANDENBURG CO.'.
EVERY d.ty, fresh from Fierce's tines, at
mvasi braniiknburq co's.
TUNNEL COAL COMPANY.
V K are now prepared to sell Coal of
superior quality, at rates as low as any ot
cr mm oi name quality. ve are permanently io
cated, antl have the rtett coal in Ohio.
All ordert promptly attended to.
K'lANUKL G1KSY, Lancaster. O.
THOH. fiOH AKFFEH, No. 86, Watn St..
Davton, O. tf
Diseases of tho Lungs and Throat,
50.201 Vine St., between fitk and 6th.
JKI.HONS HAVING ANY AFKKO-
tlons of tha I.unrs or Throat are Invited to call
at (u Wolik's Cinuinnaii Instituik, where this
cl.iiis of maladies is treated eaoluilvely on the most
Improve, method ot medicating air for Inhalation,
in ft nnectlon with eonstllutiouMl treatment.
Thone who cHnnot vUit the Institute, hut arede
sliouHof employing Medicated inhalation at home,
will have a dircular sent tu them containing a full
description nt Medicnted Inhalation and a lint of
(piestions respecting disease in thechest,
win conectly, will enshie me in m
J 'l, iV0 ft'"' J,rc?lr "l'inn of the en
prescribe nod torM nrd hv exnrtis or othrwiH (
ordered) the proper medicines and Inhaler, (sea the
riiKinviug auove.i Willi lull ui.rutiuu, tu be u.ed
ialhmae. in thisway.I have treated patients with
enure sucnu.a, ilier thelrhoineiiliysiclsp, hadpia-
nounced them hopelessU Inuuru'de
ror the circular enclose a postage stamp, and
' Da. N K. WOLFK,
Box 3340, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Note. Dr. Wolfi has Just published a work on
Cousunipliln,an l Its treatineni by Mvillcaled Inha
favurable tiou, which heroeoiumeuds to the attentive peru.al
oi every terson wno su.pects disease lurking la
"""" "'"IT. I"" o-wwtaob. to
!'"" ' V" " "u "r u raojoing a ales,
" ? centaper copy. The trade supplied at a. Itber-
" "scuum. Auutess a. aouve.
WE are now receiving Ihe tlifforent kind,
of patent, ttf tie quuveariiole, bout t.'ulaes
and Yellow Ware, whioh we odor you at Whole
HECKLER, RKMLKY MAXTON.
DAYiON'a PATENT HXUAU8TBR.
UOR PRHSERVINn FRUIT-A .ample
-1 one has beeu sent us. We think it a good artt
cle aud would be pleaaed to have all Interested In
Fruits, call and examine It.
HKtkjLR, RRMLKY A MAJJTON
WE aell ull sixes Jugs, Milk Pan., Rutter
and Cresm Crocks, Churns, ae.,Ae.
HKOKl.hR, HKMI.KY A MAXTON.
iGLArf WAKE, CHINA WARE,
ltwIl'TAVIl ui.ui; """!
mill laaiA W ArvK,
PLATED WARE, YELLOW WARK,
Another lot Just reeelved from tb MaaufaetHrar.,
aad aaa an. Will be .old AT NKW VURK rau:KS,
mytt JiU.'aLt, tUCMLKV t MA1T0M,
Tro at aa a Bala of Valuabla Raal Batata
IN purmianna of a oartain indnntnra of
I ttn.l Wwmi Ibl Dnyton. Xrnta and -lpra
Rail Road ln.p.ny.f th.'r.t ., a.d Willi..
P. HiiDmanot thaammad part, nada tha Aih dar
Ol January, ihaa, and recorded In laa Rmml'r'i or-
na of Mmitanmarf aouutf iarmarr t7th, IAA, la
Mortracr R.Mk I., narfa a'a, 6il, 6W, ftva aao, Aai,
if . AM, dm, AM, a -. Alto, la tha Racordar'a of
rana eountv. Ohio. Fahruarv 71 h. IhAl. In Bnnlt
i , paaaa t74, 7, r)a, m, rs, r?, w, hi , fa, sk,
"U ' w"l R"at lot aala Ua followiui d
a ATUftn A V. JItMR atu laaa
at tha door of tha ronrt Hn.. I. h. .... r n.-
Inn tan tha hm?ra l a 2
iTLTiv.":: h.r:rL ,;'vL;i,,"Ei,..r- "i
Zl".!:'! Jf L!-T. I?r?,.'fn,,.r?
pint of tatd eltr, ana, itai.swi, tw4( sisa, ta
aiKi( ms-wtj RMl , liiU, tK
Company, twantjr-Rra frat troaa tha aantra of thalr
Alao Ixtt la aald eltv of Dacton. at far claac nl an I
Alao, part of Lot number) laO, In aald elty of
IHytoti, daaarihcfl as follows: Being ae feat Indepth
ok tha aouth side of aa d to-lot. and Itu Irat mom
or leaa In width, fronting on Third atreet. adjoining I
tha property oonreyad to K.Threahar, hj O. Attghln- j
iw. a, inaa. aaa fna proMny aonvayed hy
ttiltman. Att'r. in fact for the l)av on. Kent
W. P. Huffman, Att
U Rellira Rail Roa4 Comunnr. under aahl Tmt
lead to ainton a Meana, being tha waat half of tha j
proertr deanrlhed In No. ot tha rtchedule of prop- j
arty eonaactetl with aald Truat lleed, upon wlileh Is
Slfuaia a inraeatfirv lirlrk btialneaa houaa.
Alao, the following Real Relate (deecrllied ta Ho.
! of aald avhedulelaltuatadin Montgomery county, I
State of tlhlo. Ulna and belne Insertion U. Town. ;
ahlp a, Range T, and deeerltiea aa follows, vli! Be- '
ginning at tha
tna nnrth.weat corner of Patty Naw- I
hundreil acre lot, thenca south VOW,
fcen ann iwo leniha poiaa to a atona, In aald Patty
Newcomb's we.t line: t ien-e north If torn. W.
forty-foue and one-truth polea to a atone on the
aouth llneof tth atreet, In theelty of Ua.ton: thenca
polea to a atone, oa tha aaat lineal lkamrn..ti.n
on ine aouin una 01 said am street, N. 74..a K. three
of said clt, of I'at-lon, ona pole to a stake't thenoe
N 1 E. alry-flva ana hundredth, of pole to a
noaei inenca souin 7s 9 K thirty-eight and nine.
tenth! poles to tha Dlaea of bcalnnlna. y.atininv
on and on-fortk acres, asor ot leaa. To ba sold,
subject to tha right of war of said llavton. Xonia a
ueipre nan noaa, iweniy-two and a hall mat from
tha centra of the preeent treok,on each aide, which
includes ail on the aouth al Je ol theeame.
Alao, Lota numbered ten (10) and thirteen (IS) la
OOUdv'e addltlOB tO the town Of Xanla. aa renoi-dawl
In f;reen county, and state of Ohio, subject to the
ngni 01 way Of the nayton, Aeala a Belpr. Kali
Terras of Ba'e One-third cash) one-third In six
ran.mii ana one-ffiira in twelve months, within'
J.re.,,,0 b. sure by upon th. property
W, r. HUPrMAN. Tru.tee aad Att'r. ln faet
for tha Dayton, Jaeniaa Balure H. R. Co.
for DRAl.tR. in Y.
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES!
rrii.. CTTyi rrf,A ., r-o
VEHICLES of erory description on hand
and for aale cheap, at
Id St.n.l, on 4th atreet, between Jeffer.on and Ht.
ROCK A WATS,
Alaoaesona hand Barouohes and Bugfles for sale
tj" Wora made to onler, and repairing done In th.
beat at' le, on short notlca. myi
Ohio White Sulphur Springs,
Announcement of tho Propriator for
tha Beaaon of 1899.
TOE OHIO WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS are situated In Delaware county, IS
miles north rrom Columbus, tha Capital of Onto, on
tha Soloto River, 10 miles from Delaware, e miles
from the White Sulphur station, on the Springfield,
Mount Vernon and Plttaburg Rail-Roads, and 10
miles from Pleasant Valley or Springs Station, on
the Columbu., Plquaand Indiana Rall-Hoad. These
Springs will open lor the reeeptlua of visitors
ON TBS FIRST DAT OF JUNE.
Th. Improvements of las. have been large, ena
bling the proprietor to accommodate from five to
aix hundred gueata. Among thee Improvements
may be mentioned a large and elegant hatel, new
oottage rows, additional bulldlugs for amusement
ana recreation, extensive bath-houaes, a steam
Upon the estate there are Sve Springs, all within
the lawn, four of which, the Whitc Bci.rHua, the
Chalyscate, tha Maonesia. and the Salimc
I'HtiVBCATi, ara decldedl. medicinal, while the
firth Is remaraable for the purltyof Ita water.
THE WHITE SULPHUR
is a beautiful Artesian Fountain, situated near the
rocky bank of the Soloto River. At the depth of ISO
feet below the level of the Soloto flows thereinark
able stream of sulphur water which supplies this
Spring. This stream was discovered some thirty
yars ago by a gentleman who was boring fur salt.
The water, when reaehed, at onsa arose to the sur
face, and baa aver . Ince continued to flow, during
all seasons, without change or abatement, either
ln quality or volume.
For years these Springs have been highly -ateemed
for their mediolnal oraoertiea. Diirinv . .a
.cn-uu au.it reputation in mis respect naa oeen'iftAv
slngularly continued. TkevwereadmlnJatrml ha.f
physician, judloioualy ae to quantity, time of
atls plan the ourea were numerous aud gratifying.
THE Willi K SULPHUR WATER
peculiarly serviceable In those disorders of the
Liver aad Stomach which ao often afflict eentlemen
who have been too cloaely confined to bualne... and
persons of sedentary habits. '
THE CHALYBEATE SPRINGS
Are permanent tonics. Their effect upon brokeo- i
down and debilitated enn.mu..in. h... luu-n nn.
transient but lasting, giving to the blood a new vi
tality, and to the person new life and vigor.
THE MAONErilAN WATER
a gentle aperient.
Invalids may rely upon .vary facility being fur
nished them which can contribute to health and
As a dollshtful resort during lha summer months
the Ohio Watte Sulphur rinrlnge hava no rival in the
We.t, and but few in the l ulled Statea. Th. loca
tion la peculiarly healthy; the Soloto herelsarapld,
rocky stream; the "ClUf Umeatcne," a formation
hundreds of feet In thtckueas, through which the
river euta its way, la every where either at or near
tha surlace, the grounds of the estate ara beautiful
ly undulated, and Interspersed with aum.ro ua rav
lnea which carry oft all the superfluous water, thus
rendering the soil dry and the atmosphere free from
that humidity so prejudicial to healthi these elr
oumstauces. taken In connection with the altltu.ta
tha place, about I. coo feet above th. level of th
ocean, make the loealltr aa free front malarious in-
nueuce. as a mountain region.
Ti e Spring property consists of ICO acre, of land,
100 of which ia covered hv ona of tha tnoat heantl-
ful groves In Ohio. Thla woodland Is handsomely
laid oft Into walks and drives, on. of th. latter be-
iu. two mnea in lengtn.
Bathing here, bv the Dlan adonted. t. hroueht Iota.
fair oomiietitlon with that at naturally warm and
hot springs. Tha water la heated la the bath-tub
steam-pipes; the heat not being raised high en
ough to precipitate Ita salta, It le b, this system ap
plied to the surface of the bather without th. loss of
ATefearaDh Office, eommunleatlne with all na.t.
the aouniry, ha. been established at the Springs.
lobe thus in oonnactlon with distant points, will
a great convenience to gentlemen who can hear
from and direct their business affairs daily.
... wacaaunci ueo.aaary to neailA, pleasure
and amusement, visitor may xpeot to And at th
Ohio White Sulphur HDrlnea. aa the iironrl.tn. I.
determined to make It, in every particular, a flrat
elaaa watering-place. Gratified with the liberal pa-
u-K - c.wiHwii i .a i year, ao .tturt will ue spared
merit Its continuance.
A livery, we I stocketl with horse, anil oarilages,
attaohed to the springs.
For further ln ormatlon, arrangements for rooms.
Ac, audio ANIIHRW WILSON.
- Whit Sulphur Post-omc,
avylS-lm Delawar County, o.
johs aiTTUTOM, jAcoa raETiisaca.
BETTLEL0N & PRETZJNGER,
Suowssor. of i. A. W.LTraa Co., Wholesale
Imported and Domestic Liquors,
OR ALL KIND..
East India and Stoughton Citteis,
Third Bt, 3 doors Baat of tha Poat -office
TIERCE best ti C Hams, just received al
I.N, a W, M. GREEN'S
FtIeRCE best 8 C Beef, very nice at .
I. N. a W. M. GRKKN'I
OA W R Chee.., yery fine, al I
1 close the lot, at I. N. A W. M-
0 cent, to
IiMSlI No. 1 Whit, fish, Trout, Mackerel I
and CodfUh, at I. N. fc W. U. ORkk.N'i ,
DRIED FRUIT Oerniaa eherrie., prune.,
peaohee aud apples, all sf which will be sold
blow former prices, at
aM J. N. W M. GREEN'S, N. Ill, d St.
VINI kX af Pia. Applaa reeivd.
airs , bhamdwh
It. n a t.
1DVO ids. lyOtlugtl.
Naw Otand Fresh Goods.
JOHN U. O I : SI 1 1 A IIT All'Rl.
fO. 18 JErTIKIOll IT.,
A few doora Bouth of tha Market-Houtr,
DATTOW, O ,
f T AS JUST RECE1VKD A Fit KSH AND
of pvrr daarrlntlnn, Th hava all Imp purchaarii
wirnm in. laai ipw ami, and wara liouffht with
ovprr rcfrrn to quality and pric. )t Ii prf
rirru uirn ina-m n no uw uricra a lilPT can
nnu in rraurvtm mm noorMinail leave hit
' fw.f rel mmpoM a part of hit took.
N. (. SUGAR Crushed and PulTeriaad,
REFINE D S Y R V PS, and N. O. MoIasscs:
M ACKKREI. No. 1. 2, and 3; White
Rlah, Cod Flab, and Herring!
MIDDLE TOWN Sugnr-Cured Hams a
A PINK supply of Beef and Mutton
Heme, Tonytiee, Aa.
DRIED APPLEH, Peaches, Prunes, Cher
I laa, Ao.
TEAS, of all grades and tf the yery beat
HUPEItlOK new Cheese:
SEVERAL barrels of first-rato Vinegar
WILLOW and Wooden Ware;
THK. best quality of Itroome;
CAN Tobacco, of New York brand.,
BEST quality Gertnnn and other Cigars;
OPA L, Star and Tallow Candles;
THE best of Mcshannock Potatoes,
CORN MEAL, Butter, Kgns, Lard, Ac,
THK best quality of Family Crackers;
GROUND and unground Coffee, Spices,
Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ac.
niust ana l rocsery ware, An.
In short. trrv art. fir. tituallv found In a Fsmilir
Grofar) of the lint character.
He reaiMMtfully makea hi. bow to the eltltens of
and vicinity, and aollelta a liberal ehare of
my I -!,
OetRrRL MCt HI
D. HEINZ & Bros.
A T their new location, In Hlmm's Rlock,
('antiirs and ConfcdlonarkK
Both Foreign and Domestic. Also all kinds of
CAKES and BREAD.
Connected with the establishment Is s large Bake
ry, by which the proprietors will be enabled to fur
nish to their city and country cuatomera, all aortsof
Bread Fresh from the Oven,
On short notice. Also all sort or eakea, plain and
CUSTOM MADR BOOTS AND SHOKS,
CI'BTOM MADK BOOTS AND BUOKS,
CUSTOM MADK BOOTS AND SHOES,
OP EVERY STTLK,
OK EVKKY STTLK,
OF EVFBY STYLE,
MADE IN THE BEST MANNER,
MADE IN THE BEST MANNER,
MADE IN Til B BK-T MANNER,
PROMPTLY TO ORDER,
PROMPTLY TO ORDER,
PROMPTLY TO ORDER,
AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE,
AND WAKRANTED TO PLEASE,
AND WARRANTED 13 PLEASE,
At the Custom Work Shop of
13. 1ST. DAYIS,
No. 79, Jefferson street,
D., having disposed of li is stock of
Eastern work at auction, will hereafter .Uvnta
his entire attention to manufacturing home made
work, which he will get up in anv atle to suit his
patrons and the great public, whom he will be pleas
ed to serve.
He Invites ladles and gentlemen to call nnd leave
orders ror work, and he uledees his reuutatlon aa a
man and mechanic to please all whoean be pleaaed.
I. N. & W. M. GREEN,
(Late I. N. Green,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 816, THIRD ST.,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO SELL
Goods to the Jobbing Trsde. Our stock Is com
plete and selected with great care, and we buy for
cash excluslvel-'. We can and will sell Goods to
prompt buyers at the very lowest Msraet Price.
Buyers are respectfully Invited to give us a call.
50 J bble. Pickerel, White Fish and Trout.
30 N. O. Molasses.
40 Sacks Rio Coffee.
20 " Peaches and Apples.
1U DDIS, ttioe.
25 Chests and Caddies 6ne Teas.
100 Sacks Salt.
25 doz. Ilrooms
25 " Wash Hoards.
r... r-k ilf . .
9?.?, ., C,h ", " f (ts, Raisins and Nuts
iJiwisT. ' b wl" b,oiu" Ii,w ""
Somrthlng New, True, Intelligible and Impottant
for the cur of dlsei sed body and mind.
)R. CHAM BERLIN, (late of Baltimore)
f has taken rooms at No. acs Third Street, Day.
ton, Ohio, and tenders his prolessloual aervlces to
th nubile, for the carelul diagnosis and treatment
rr all diseases ol a chronic and nervous character
Ho makes nooompromlse with the stomach in wav
of medications but relies tolely on the most subt e
and powerful of all agents Kleutbk it v
-.. nVu. ..n.v ue ta not liitroduelng a
systeni of practice baaed unon chance and uticerlrn
ty, but one at all times reliablt, and Is the result of
ten years labor, rtudy and luveatigatlon, and ha
been tested by him In over four t iousand caaea
Everything eonaeeted with his operations Is new
and unknown to medical men and all others, except
those who have been Instructed by him. "l''",u,
His special claims may us briefly stated as follows-
1. In determining tfie eondltl.m of th, human
body by an electrical diagnosis, which poiuls out Ihe
locallt) aad character ol the diseaae. uul
. The apeolllc action of electricity on the boilv
. Thedlstiootivelnlluenceol the two twl tUs
the Inward and outwaid. -"polarities,
And lastly i The scleutlfle applk-atlon of the two
polarities to .diseased etates of th. human oodv"
treating each slate according to Ita requirement."
andhe fixed law. which govern th.S,T.' c"
Wl:r.,,r"se principles are thoroughly understood
and strictly earned out. ih .. .., .1 ":r
aomye"""' ,UC" wur' '"' ability tcTeurl
The foiiowlaiHliseaaa. ar permaneafy and sihm.
dll) oured by oleotrlcal treatment ; ' ' mP
Ru monary Consumption, tint and middle stages
Sem nal Wea.nesa, Imten.?, I)ln...'
sis. Catarrh Dropsy, ol,,,, UI.eaa... Tun" 'it, VlX?..
All diseases IlieiHeut to Females, I lls, Stiff JolS"
Contracted Husoles, A.ue, Splu.l Dirttoultles auS
nervous and ehruuio .11.. ..... ..,....i.. S . ' .,""u
said diseases are directly under the control ul the
lectrlcal agent and Ur. C. never falls to produoe a
permanent cure tu ail reasonable caes.
His apparatus is so constructed that It produces a
mild aud soothing sensation even to the most wmsl
All shocks ami Irregular ourrents that tend to ex-
oltaaud irritate the nervous sy.tt m are avoided.
The diseased or body and mind .hould not fall to
call and wltnea. the cute, iwrlotmed by this won
derful agent. It being a unfi ersal agent, it Is alike
W0m '? ",''". '" frequenll', remove. 1
dlrncult e. ofvoais' staiullng In a single application.
Thoae g v.n up everywhere else aieluvlltd to niL
Notice, to t'iflirus aud Farmers,
IA with K.J. S.iini.u.of
Philadelphia, for one hum
, ored barrela of Italian Ce-
v meut, aud also Kentucky
' ).. Cement regularly, I ata
y prepared tu build Clstaius
au wMiiBnt thenars, supe
rior to any that have been i
done heretofore. Wurk
will be made perfectly water-tight
Repalrlug done In the beat
manner, and at th lowat
Filters of every kind put
la cisterns, top or bottom.
All Cisterns of su barrels.
or over, Altered free of
The Subscriber kas had
nine year, axperieuos In
he buelneae.and has alven general satisfaction. Th.
best of reierenoe given, 11 rroull'td.
Residence, No. In, JelTrrsuu street, west side, be
tween .th and 0th.
N. . In order to aomuete with those Brlea Htm.
that are going Into the CI tern buainrsa, 1 will buud
rlsa Clslaras, grauted, foe U ratal par tutnl
solid, .raut w.lUsl, M aenta par barseli temeat oa
aattb, with brie a tP, erata per bavrrel.
THIS DAT AND EVEMINO,
REFRESHMENT SALOON! ! ! !
For lea Craam, go to
S OW UW BVW OI BdOl, RO
For all kluaa of Cool DrlDka, go to
For th beat of Candle., go to
For th. beat of Fraab Fiult, go to
For tba fineat Ctcaia. go to
For tha beat Tobacco, go to
Post onice Building, Third street,
aya-dsw DAV'ION, O.
Rffrlgrrnfors! Viaitr Coolers!!
KEEP COOL! KEEP COMFORTABLE!
WOULD yoa, during tha coming hot
months, have fresh meat Instead of ta isTrr!
Nlf r butter Inatead of racu1 hwrTTmiln In.tead
of anttat Tha aatlLta of your wife inatead of her
r.ownat Then go at on. and ley yottrcaae before
IIus'od Baildiog, Dayton,
anu your wishoa can be aatlalled. They have Re-
irierarots ol ail styles anil sties,
altted to Impart to your comfort, sod effect a great
na vp iceuvrr iiir oin way ni Keeping II.
They have also Water Coulnn aed Ic Cieam
r reecers, ana me
Old Dominion Cofleo Pot!
ny the use of which all the aroma of your Coffee,
during boiling, Inatead of golnaort In vapor all over
your house, ia condensed and thrown !ai k Into tl.e
t otfee, thualnaurlngto you a more dcllrlousnrtlcle,
and ejecting a eavlng to the amount of Collee used,
vis? Jf'ct o oos:
119 & 121, MAIN STREET.
119. S. SCHlFER 119.
HAS JUST KKCEIVKD HIS 8PKIKG
toe of Dry Goods, comprising every thins new
and eieft-ant In the line.
Fancy tvnd Hlack
PI mo and
In every variety of ityle, lmucrht recently, and fell-
ing at LOW PRICKS,
Hlla and Lace Mantlllaa,
Skirts and Trlmnlngs,
New Styles, and at
Organdie A Valencia Hobee,
Berage, Anlals, Valencian,
aad Traveling Dreaa Goods
French and English,
Percales, Cham bray a,
Bleached hnd Brown
FURNISHING GOODS, In great variety, and at pri
ce which oanuot fail to please.
Elegant French Cloth, Drens and Frocx Coatst fine
Fancy Casslmere Business Coats; Sjtring Ra
giansand Overcoats, the latest styles;
Fashl' nable Side Band Cassimerr,
Plain and Fancy Casslmere
Pante of all desert
Ii fact he has now on hand a full and complete nlock
of all the latest it) lc or
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MTJN and BOYS,
FOR SPRING AND HUMMER WEAR,
and which ha will sell at lower prices than similar
goods can be purchased for at any other place fn the
Custom woik will he riven Dartleiilarattrntlon.
The public will please remember the plaoe Nos.
II. and Ul, Mala street, opposite Phillips Hou.o.
Fresh Meat Every Day.
GEOItOE W. PRESTON'S '
Daily Meat and Provision
5th itreet, 3 door, east of Uruirn itrett,
TEEPS constantly on hand Fresh Meat, of
A, every aind. Butter, Eggs, and Vegetables, ln
season. Produce of all tleacrlptions obtainable can
be had at his store.
I y"A. he does hi. own Butchering, the Public can
rely on proouring Fresh .Veat evesv siohsiho du
rlugthe week. He desires the ixople to know that
on .vtoNnay morning they ca - procure meat alaught-
ered during the (H-evious night. They v. ill please
bear this in tnlnd.
Thankful for past patrouure, he solicits a contin
uance of public favor, determined to deserve it.
Remember ftth street, . doors from Brown si reef.
Opening Every Day!?
TO THE LADIES
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
her new Spring Stock of
Millinery and Fnncy CJoods 1 ! 1
Her stock of bonnets 1. large aad consists of silk,
Straw, Crapes, and all other Kinds that the Fprlng
Trade demanda. she keeps altoou hand a splendid
Flowers, Ribbon., Silks, Crape., Khemelles,
Bonnets, Lnccs. Head Dressrs,Cap.,
Children's Hats aud Flats,
All of whlc. she otters at LOW PRICES, at her old
and well-known establishment; Sheaollclt aeon
tinuance of the publis patronage.
ljy-Bleaehtng and Trimming done on shot t notice.
MRH. N. HOWARD.
No. 11. Main street, near Fourth,
apry-.m DAYTON, OHIO.
NEW WARE ROOMS!
Cor. Main and 4th sts.
Plain and Fashionable
Sofa, ; luiira.Tnblrs.
Hhu IWtua. UaidRlciMU.
Waals siiantla, i
AT REAS 'NABLE PRICES !
WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED,
that 1 hav. th best aasoitmsat of Parlor and
Chamber Suits tn this eltv. and would Invite vou tt
call and see for yourselves, aud at as low rates a
they oan be obtained elsewhere.
MEDALLION PARI.OB SUITS,
IN KObBWOOD (BOLID) ,
Upholstered In reps, with rich, Medslllon Centres-
Also, In Brocuatelle and Hair Cloth. Also,
Chamber Suili, in Houvood.
OAK and WALNUT, complete Attapo's Whet Nots,
the finest order.
I would say In sansluslon that they are manufac
tured by mjacll, and would be pleaaed to hava you
oouican.l.ce my slock ol Furniture, whether oit
0. P. COYKR,
apr Corner of 4th and Main street.
JU8T received a ohoioe assortment of Rot
ties for preserving Fruit of Every kind.
These bottles are made expresaly lor keeping fruit
any length of time, and In any climate.
H. 11. ROSE,
rayM Druggist, 1 stain street.
FOB BALD CBBAP.
A FIN It t'AUlLY HOKWIJ -r-Iaquir. of
kl . Mi WAriJCW SAO.