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Dayton & Michigan R. R.
SHORT LINE VIA LIMA,
60 Mil.. Travel and 3 booia Tlma
DAYTON AND CIUCAUO.
Two Dally Traloa. On Chang of
OS AKD AFTER MOSDAT, APRIL 15, 1869.
f 'aim will Isi. Daytoa at 7,5 a. m. and
T.-HJ p. ra., fur Sldn.v, Limn, Delphoi, r'oft
Ways., Tol. lo, Detroit, Ch'eago, jtiinoy, Rock
Iilat-1, Oilaai, Dinleith nnd St. Paul.
P, rit Train lewlng Dayton at 7,61a.m.! ar
riraiat Fort Warns at I p., .onnnetina; with
traini on tht T il Ii, Waha.h W.u.rn road at
2.16 p . f r ,intingtrm,lera,Lor import and tha
th. South Wait an 1 at Ciiicaguat 7,30 p. m ,intim.
to aarinwt with all sr.ninc. trains leaving that
oltjr. This train alio eonneeia at Sidney with
train! on tha B ft t. Roid, Rut and Wail and
at Pia with 0. P k I. Roid for Rolnmhm, and
at WantitOBnta with Hack for St. Marys, Bramaa
Bund Trail, T.eseas Dayton ut 7,35 p.m.
arrival at fort Warn at 1,2 i a. m.,.e:nn,eta
with traini on tha T. W. A W. R. R. at 4, It a.
avvfor Pensile, Toledo a Detroit; at Chicago at
8.17 a. m;, miking elo. annnaotloni with all
train, for tha Wait and North Wait.
1st Train leavsi Cblo.go H,17a.s. Lima 4,15
p. aa.,reaeb.i Ditytna 7-30 p. m.
Id Train letvei Ghieigo 7,45 p. m; Lima 3,40.tn;
raauh Diyton T.6la. m.
Tha 1 40 a. m. Train from Lima ronn.'li at
Piqaa with Train! on 0. P. A I. R. R. for Colnm
t:il and thvKait b-ith tra'ni makeclnsa eonneo
tiom with traini on the C. U. A D. R. R. for Cin
cinnati and tha Sonth.
"Sleeping can are attach-d (o all ntght traini
batwaan Lima and Chlnago."
TiiroighTloants for t,rt Wayne, Totedo,Detrolt,
Chicago, and punts Weal snd North-west. Alio for
Pittsburgh, Phtln lelphi and ill B astern cities, and
for ail loialpiint. on the Bellefontalnennd Indtn-a-,Klls
R. H .nn behvl by .ailing on 8. R. Kni, Tick
et Went, Union Ddpot, Dayton) or on ithe dlif.rent
Agents on th. line. c,n
Far ai low ai by any othir ront.
Be aareful and call for Ticket! hy way of Lima.
,-The rate, ef Freight to Ml Point Kaator Vet
wliTst all tlmn be al favorable aa are charged by
Mo Transfers botwesn La n and Chicago
aprSS M. SIIOKMAKER, Snp't.
Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R.
Three D.iily Trains, via. Columbus.
Throufra ticket! from Dayton to all Eastern
THREE Dully Train each way, leaving Dayton
for the Ktat as follow-: Night Expresnar l.yoa.
m ;D iy Kpre to,(J. t m; Aooommod ttlonS,lAp, m.
Arriving fit Daytiin, Accommodation 6 as a. nt.j
tio, I Kinross, 11,30. m i Day Express, ft ,30 p. m.
Trains run by Columbus time, which It 7 minutes
faster than I'ayton time.
Through ticket cn ha had for nil Eastern cities
byeMlin:ron 1. K. Warmnn, Ticket Agent, At the
Depot, Knit Third street.
liyton, Xenii ami Cirlumtim Leaves at 0,30 p.
m.t an -I arrive at 5,53 a. m.
Alt freights left at the Depot by 3,30 p. m., will
be lorwrtnlel a n Uy, bw fi,3i p. m Freight! ar
riving: at it. Dt.a will le delivered nt , a. nw
J. DUHAND, Sunt.
C. Wakmak, Ccq'I, AR't. ajirts
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R.
Cliiiiiifc ol Time,
01 an i after MjntUy, April 11, 1H59, until fur-t-t.;r
aotiae, traini will ruoai tollowi;
lAiarei Dayton Union Depot at 8,10 a. m.and
5.01 p. M. Arrive at Union at 11,50 a.m. and
7.50 p. m.
Leaves Union at 7,45 a. m ,and 1,45 p. m.,
arrival at Dayton at 10,55 a. m., and o,55, p. ro.
The 5,00 P. M train leavinr lltyton, make! close
oonnentien at Union with the Kxpresi train on the
Belleto:it:ilno ro.vl, for lnllfinapolis, cnnneetliifr on
Its arrival with triiina for Lrayptte, Torre Haute,
and all p lints west, north and north west.
For tljkots and further information, apply to
Samuel W. King, General Ticket Agent, Union
Depot, oth street.
H. 0. STIMS0N, bnp't.
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. R.
OS and .if tor Monday April 11, 1850, Passen
gar Trains willleavetheAthitreetDopot,Day
ton, for Cincinnati, as follows:
At S.00 a. m., 8.05 a. m., 4,00 p. m., and 7,30
Will leave Cincinnati for Dayton, at 6.00
a. at. 8 00 a. m 4.30 p. m. and 8,110 p. m.
The 7.30 P. M. tr.iii aou'b will stop at Carlisle,
Middietowa, II imikon an 1 (llendale, only.
. aprU U VNIBli MaLAREN ,.ap't-
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat
The Mail Tn.in leave the Cth St
Depot at a.lS. at Urbana. 10,00, connects
ith train for Colmnbui. And nt Civile with train
for Cleveland an ! the Kast also with trains for To
ledo, Detroit and Chicago.
SKODNL) TRAIN Cleveland
I 1 I O Express, by way of Springfield and Del
aware, and all Kavtern points,
nr OQ-TUIlU) TKALV Night Kxpreas
I y v arrives at 8andiukyat4,lo,oonnectlng with
trains for Cleveland and the Kt.
rahS-tf JOHN H. HL'DSON, Rup't.
The Great Direct
EASTERN & WESTE'N
Over the Inrllamt Central V lay
tou A Western MialUvnys.
OS and after WedneHJfiy, April 20, 1850,
Trains will leave Dayton a fallowi:
Plrit Morning' Train leaves Dayton at t:50 a. m.,
arriving at Indianapolis at 11:60 . m ; malting dl
reatcjnnection with Lafayette it rndlanapolii R. R.
for Ltfayette and ChlCAo with Terre Hnut& Rii'h-
mon;' R. R for Terro Haute and Vlnotmei, with
MadlxiaA Indi innpolli R R. for Louisville, arriving
at Chicago at H:OJp. m., at Madison and Louisville at
0:00 e. m., Vlncennes fi:00 r. m., Terre Haute at I: 0
.Sjsonl Trtln, lenves Dayton at 1 1 :3!l a. m., arriving
at Iadianpolli at 4:30 p. m., making direct eonnec
tioofor at. Loulri, arriving in Ht. Louis attf:WA.
two hours In advance of any other route.
Third Train leaves Day on at 6:46 r. m., arriving
at Indian ipolis at 10:60 p. H.t inak ug direct connec
tion for all western points.
aprtt JAMES M. BMJTH.Sup't.
CENTRAL ROUTE. HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD
OPENS its Entire Length for trnnaporta
tloa of passengers and freight, Affording the
ehortt, quickest end cheapest route to western
sjiA-tourt, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and the New
On aad after February 14, trains leave Hannibal
for it. etsph daily at :M a. m., or mon arrival of
M. it, J. it. 11. packets from Ht. Lout; arriving in
it. Joseph atl P. M-saine day, connecting with R.
R. line of first class packets, which leave Immediate
ly on arrival of trains, for Nebraska City, Omaha,
Council Bluffs, Atchison, Weston, and Leavenworth
THK H. ST. J. R. R. LINE OP PACKETS
U composed of the most elegant and comfortable
steamers on the Mia-te-ippl river, and run expressly
In connection with this road; boats leaving St. Louis
very day atfto'olock r. m. for Hannibal, (stoppiug
only at Alton) taking pas.cngers arriving by the O.
t M., and T. H , A. V ht. L. Hatlroads, by which
IMuasngtrs frout Ht Louis arrive in Kt. Joseph In 'U
tours irom Louisville in 36 hours; also, fr in Quin
ty tuseionnctioa Is maie by a tine steamer with
trains on Chlcaa Uincy and Toledo A Quincy
9illroaiU, Kare lower than any other rout. Bug
cage checked through and handled free. Ho charge
fur nieali and staterooms on packets.
imiKrants desiring to accompany their stock, may
depend on going through by Fast Freight Express
Tpa.in. Freight taken at lowest ilver rates.
pAMengers are respectfully requcstinl to consider
this new. short anduneap rout before selecting oth-
rs, as It lias unijuestiouahie advantages over all
THROUGH T1CKKTS can be purchased at all the
llallroad Ticket OIHimis. JOS1AH HUNT,
P. H. GROAT, General Ticket Agent.
A. O. CLARK, Traveling Agent.
City Property for Sale.
A DESIRE to vieit Europe, Induces me to
offer my present Itestdeuoe, located on the north
Bide of Third street, telow Perry, tor sale. The lot
is leufeet frout and 30 feet deep, north and east an
Alley, on which are three I welling Houses, a Con
servatory, Stable, Wood House, and many other
The whole Is handsomely arranged In s garden,
with a great many different kinds of choke fruit
bearing trees, grape enough to make wine a great
variety of hardy flowers and flowering shrubbery
ornament the garden. A great many ditterentktnds
of Greenhouse Plants, such as Oranges, Lemons,
Pomegranate?, Roses, Wyrt. a. Oleaude rs,amt other
choice Plants tnthti Conservatory. Also, a number
of beautiful stuffed birds, Ac
The premises combine all the conveniences ne
eeasary for henlth aud comfort In the city, as well
as a large garden.
Parsons who wish to purchase a beautiful horns,
ara invited to call and view the premiss.
Price reasonable, and loog pa ments.
tnyS-Smd F. H. LANGSTKI T.
OA UOXK3 of Ohoioe Lemons, in eicel
tU lent aoaditloa at
JUANPCMBURC. h CO. 'a,
auyt Wo. sua sd as.
Whnleaal and Retail
mAMlTFACTlTKEU t btAl.llt
"HATS", AND ' "CAPS 1"
KO. lit SCO ID ITRKET,
Korth Side, between Main and Jeffernon
I J" All nrdera will be thanafuily received and
prunptly attended to. feba-lyd
M. H. WHEATON
WILLARI) k WHEATON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AMD UAKUVACTCRBR8 or
FINE BOOK, NEWS
The HIOHG'T Market Price nald for RAna. we
alio keep the largest atook of, and aelt more
Than any other Home in Dayton,
No. 326 Zdird Street,
novn Near Main.
OAYTON INSURANCE COMPANY
Fire and Marine Risks,
;at rbasonabl rates.
Jambi Piriikr, D. A. IIatnis,
T. HaRAtrrKR, Ut Cohotrr,
Jmo. Uabrii, J. K. Yours,
J AS. PKURINE, Prea't.
J. R.Voomo, 8eo'y. maylS-dlr
Bjr Aothorllj of (he Krai States.
We adjutt Lottti honorably and pay them
DWELUN08 AND CONTENTS i N8URKD
AT VERY REASONABLE RATES.
M'hwntx In ft Co 9
Merchsnts Storet and StocVa at Fair Kntea.
etas Acent, Dayton, Ohio.
I. R A LEA 1H
333 WEST FRONT BTRBET,
Justice of the Peace,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
OFFICE, BECK EL BUILDING,
On Joffersoa street, near tha corner of Third,
Inroom formerly occupied by Justice Torrence.
Particular attention paid todrawinr Deeds. Mort
gages, Contracts, llondi, and Lef;al Hari.
Also, coueoiiooi promptly maue. apm
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL PKACTJCK IN ALL THE
Courts of Montgomery and adinininir coun
ties, and will promptly attend to all business en-
irusren o nis care.
Uttlce InClegg's Building, Third street,
JAMES H. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
to all business entrusted to his eare, la Mont
gomery and adjoining counties.
UKFICK, in the Seeond Story of the
Empire Building, Third street, Dayton,
OEO. F. WAI.KKB, A. B. LBAMAN
WALKER & LEAMAN,
lltorneys at Jjftw,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
WILL PRACTICE TOEIlt PROFES
slnn in the several Courts of Ohio.
OFKICK Mouth side or Third street, between
Main and Jefferson, Dayton, O. dec24-3wdnin
BOtTIIf, W. H. BELVII.I E
B0LTIN & BELVILLE,
Ittorncfjs at JLaw9
AND KEAI, ESTATE AOENTS,
OFFICE OVER WIKK, DA11HT & FUL
lerTs Dry Goods "tore, on Knstside Main atreet,
opposite the Court House, being the same room for
merly ocoupled by Messrs. Conovera Craighead, and
more recently hy Judge Baggott, as a lawotflce.
HAfS OF ALL KINDS,
All Qualities and Prices!
lac, m mw -
Has just reoelveU and no offers
The Latest Styles
Embracing every variety of
CASSIMERE AND SILK.
Straw mid Ftilm Leaf llulal!
"Morphy" Straw Hats!
10 DOZ. SCOTCH CAPS.
CAPS In Great variety, and at prices the nost fa
vorable to purchasers. aprU-dA wtf
Riker & Hubbard,
Opposite at. Lawrence Hotel, Water St., Sandusky.)
In Fish POUNDS, Fish SKINS, Gill NETS, and ev.
ery variety of Hope, Twine and Cordage, used b
Flshermen. JJet'Hlli'nntltl k SALT nlUm.
eCEZ2B AT Wholesale. &gg&
Bai.timoi)E av Fain Haven
Vy l M IOI AMD 0
Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON
PHILOSOPHER pronounce the proposi
tion Irrational that, a. irrealstable body can
e er eonie in oontact with an Immovable one." Be
that a. tt may, one thing is oertaln, and beyond sue
oeMlui ntradiiitliin, that Uie B:T aud ( HKAH
KaT uoulis ever oaered to the ieole of Dayton,
are to be found at No. 214, COR. '! TH ANDLLAV
BEN J. F. WAIT
is now opening a large and magnificent aasortment of
Staple & Fancy Dry goods,
iu.t re elved from the Eastern Citiea, and selected
ny nioiaeu, expressly lor uus market, ms stuca is
full, eonslsUng tn part of
Fancy Silka, Cballiea, HrillianU, Lawna,
White gooda, of all description,, Ho
siery, Notions, etc., etc. A fine
lotof.SprinA Summer Hbawla,
Cape and Mnntillaa, a
large and splendid aa
sortment of lion,
nele, Si lion
Every kind and variety o( Hats a large
supply for young and old.
As rents and other expeises are much less East
of the "deep watera," he ftele conltuent In being
eaa he obtained alaewherei no, even eKeeptlng the
esTaniisnmaui presiueo over ny in. gentleman from
'IM1E Hubacnbers have jost reoeived a few
J- drawers of Strawberries from Cincinnati, and
will now ueiiy na
a supply of the Iumiuus fruit
sAur.MUHU a i o ,
No. sou. M street,
T'UK United Htates Damooratio Alusnae
A luet samved aad tor aala by
D. aad f. SHPU.
'' Mri. WirialoW, an 'perinoed nur
and female physician) has a aeothlnit iiiup lor
children teethlna;, which Breatly facilitates the
prooess of teethlna by aortenlna the (urns, reduclal
all Inflammation, will a'lay all pain, and Is sure to
regulate the bowels. Depend opon tt, mothers, tt
witlglve rest to vnursalves.end relief and health to
your Infant. Perfectly aafe la all eases. Bee ad
vertisement In another column. JrJ
Holloway'sPliUnnd Ointment. Cau
tlotttothe purchaser. As they have brebbaiely
Imitated the public should lern that there Is a surt
Is a sum test of their ffenulneties( vti, the water
mark, "Holloway, New York and London," which
appears tn every leaf of the book of directions, vlnl
Me when held between the eye and the light.
ffold at t manufactory, No. M Maiden Lane,
New York, and by alt druggists, at 25o.t oao., and $1
per box or pot. je3-dAwlw
R. M. BARTLETT'S
tnian n valrct,. cixcmxATt, o.
due time l a. K'kmI as annthr to eomn-.encc.
JtT3 F'r prtlcnlar, cnll, or atMrcs thp Cnilrye.
IV you would have aomething extra in the
Daguerreotype, Ambroty pe or rhotonritph
io linebeadviat-d and go to .Sretxihra'a I'nlaee
of Art, Market House, lie ia tho only Ar
tist engaged in this buaineaa. oclfi
: JtSfSae advertiaement of
LlVEK IN VIQOUATCK in
To Hotel Keepers, Refltauriintfl, Drug
gisvtn. Orocero and the Public
Dr. BrunoiVs Bitters,
HA VK, from their excellent qunlitifa, been
recommemled by the moM Kminent Physicians
as a most valuable and never-falling remely for
LIV RCOMP JNTS BLOOD DISEASES
Ac, &o.( Ac.
Are also a sure and eertain preventive against
Fever and Ague, Cholera and Summer Com
And is a m at valuable and efficacious Tonic and
Appetite Creating Compound ever ottered to the
By the use of these Bitters All Diseases of the Blood
will be thoroughlyeradioAted, anil ail those who are
suHVrlng from early excess or Prostration of the
Pli7BilfiaT ITnot-trtiaa will haw ffatnr-ft tn n Hftlmait anil
I Vigorous State of Healtn.
! The Digestive Urgans will be stimulated and Per
manently Strengthened, Appetite will be Creatfd,
and the Debilitated Subject Ken to red to New Lite.
Thes remedy has a very agreeable taste, and will
betaken rea'.lly by children as well as adults.
All persons sn tiering from any of the abo e com
plaints are invited to try I Mi. BKUNON'S B1TTKRS.
Dose. Foran adult, a small wine-glassful S times
a drty, for a child, a small tea-spoonful twice aday.
SOLE AOENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
714, Broad wily-, N. Y.
tcB Sole a SO cento per bottle, 15 per
doien, $2,50 per gallon; eitra Bittera for
liur-rooina, by tho gallon or barrel, at the
low pries of $1,25 per gallon; fine iHtougnton
Bittera, $1,25 per gallon.
For aala by all Srngglata and Grocers,
WHOLHHALKand RETAIL AT
712 BROADWAY, N.7.
A Card to the Ladles.
DDPONOO'S GOLDEN PERIODICAL
PILLS, FOR FEMALES.
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOtt
Correcting Irregularities, Relieving Painful
and DUtreusiug Menstruation, "particularly of
th Chang of Life," and In Removing Obstruc
tions, from whatever cause. AlsoRetention,
Pains In the Back and Loins, Pressing-down
Pains, Rush of Blood to the llead, Diziineei,
Dimness of Sight, Green Sickness, KeavinSKs,
Patigut on any slight exertion, Palpitation of the
Heart, and all the various dis-lressing complaints
particularly that moat annoying, weakening, and
the beginning of all other K mavis weaknesses,
LEUCOKRIKEA, OR WHITES.
And always successful as a preventive. At tho
same time there is nothing In these Pills that oan
do injury to lite or health. Let the direction be
strictly tallowed, and yeu will 0nd them t be all
they are represented so much so, that In nine
out of ten cases, 1 will warrant thom. Do col bo
discouraged If one box should fail, but try anoth
er, although, as a general thing.
ONE BOX IS SUFFICIENT.
Thousands of certificates are in the hands of
the Proprietor, from some of the first ladies in the
Pregnant femals, or those supposing themselves
so, are cautioned against using those Pills, as the
Proprietor assumes no retpfuibi)ity after the
above admonition , although their mildness would
prevent any injury to health, otherwise these
Pills are rommended. Directions accompany
c. Set) Circulars.
N. The composition of those Pills U"no
secret." The general agents ara presented with
the receipt, and they will tell you they are, with
out doubt, tho best Family Medicine ever Intro
duced since the science of medicine dawned upon
the world. Prlre f 1 per box.
fjU Sold wholesale and retail in Dp y ton by
HUBBARD A ROBINSON, .
East sideMain st,, between 8d and 4ib.
and by , Dh. W. W. STEWART,
No. 4, Phillips New Building.
The above Druggists are sle agents for Mont
gomery county, Ohio. Thoy will supply dealers,
and send the Pills to Ladies by mail to any part
if tha nountry (confidentially) on receipt ol $1,00
through tho Dayton Pout office noT29-ly
VAN AUSDAL, DIXON & CO
NO. 92 MAIN STREET,
Opposite Court House,
HAVK NOW IN KTOIIE AND ARE
ottering at very low prlcea, the largest stock of
01 every description of their own Importation, pur
chased from the best manufacturerp, that waaever
shown in thecrty.
All the best and most varied assortment of ,
DAMASK A CHINTZ,
Transparent, Gold, aud Gold and Velvet Window4
Such as Toweliega, Table Linens, Napkins, Do) lies,
Linen bheetlngs aud rUJIow Casings. Also
Counterpanes and Quilts,
WALL AND WINDOW PAPER.
These Goods are all bought for CASH, and will be
On term that cannot but be iwrfeotly satisfactory.
VAN AUSDAL, DIXON 6 CO,
mays M Main St., opitoslte the Court House.
7..7J. lyres V Co.,
VVholtisalc &- Retail
Liquors and Tobacco?,
nAVK JUHT RECTI. AND OPKXKD
a Una stock ol goods in their Hue
All or which they stail re vly to illspose of on ac
REsoVAULh: r.RMS as any otlier ilabilihment
They invite particular attention lo thotrstoeJl.
iudoent o( their alililty to plea), jam I
O IIAJ.U BltLS
JN VITUS THK ATTENTION OP TIIK
A aahil. te bl, Sne large .Lock of PI A BOB, new oa
eaaistuoa at hi, Wsr.room
tO tit Buatosi
etta.1,'' DATTON, OHIO.
The War—By Tennyson.
A French Translation. done into English.
BY LEAVITT BUNT.
[From the Evening Post.]
Listen I the gun of liberty boomed,
ltsly alter) her blood to be free,
Franre ia msrrhinti and Austria doomed,
Free mn of Britain, where are ye?
Hume! home! KngliHhmen, home I
Slowly, but surrly )our turn will come.
Knglishmen, Englifthim-n, Kngliahitien,
Bulla may trample on Liberty s cap,
India bloody and crowned with thorns;
But dare they liatur: a Oallicnn Aad
France would take the bull by the luttnst
Home I home! Kng.ifthtuen, home I
Slowly but surely your turu will come,
Kngtihhmen, Englishmen, Englishmen,
Vampires in Ania have sucked her dry,
Full are your butts, but sour the grape ;
Pennies ye turn, but now if ye try
Csnyo find on ihem outhnea of Liberty's
Home! hornet Englishmen, home I
Slowly but surely your turn will come.
Englishmen, Knlinhmf n, Englishmen,
Home 1 for France of the South holds the key;
Home i tor r reedotn nns left you out ;
Locking the Straits, she acts the Esat free;
Then, what the Devil would you go aboul?
Home I homti I Englishmen, home!
bluwly but surely your turn will come.
Euglifhrncn, Englishmen, Kuglishmen,
Mr. Alfred Tennyson's poem, "The War,"
which tome attribute to Tupper, but which
! he London Alhet.feum a vera is ponitivt-ly by
Tehiiyton, is ill us cleverly parodied lu the
BY ILL FED VENISON.
There is i sound of drumming auear,
Bound in the streets al bright mid-day ;
Clang of kettle and thunder of baas,
L -d if it do not come our way.
Boom! boom! boom, a-Ung, boom,
Booms I boom a t boom, boom, boom !
Boom a laog I boom -a lang I bourn -a laug!
, boom !
Peal your ears to the sound of n boom !
Be not tapped by e tipsy Meal
fa wine of briMlea, or oil of damn ?
Ho should a lubitter set men fre I
Boom I boom ! boom a lan, boom !
Rooma I boom a boom, bouin, Iwoiu I
BoomaNlaug I boom-along! boom a'lang!
Let your young ones a moment got
Look to your broomsticks, bring Vm in line!
Bt-Uer a rutteu potato or so
Than a garden rooted by foreign swine 1
Boom! boom! boom alang, boom!
Booma ! boumal boom, boom, boom!
Bouai a latig 1 booma laug 1 boom i lang!
March, be ready lo stew or fry ;
March thouifh it dim? be all for greens.
True, that we have a faithful fryer,
But the Devil knows if he known beans.
Boom ! boom ! hooiua lang, boom !
Booma I booma! boom, bourn, boom!
Boom a latin I boom a laug t boom a lang!
(Preble County Correspondence )
A Word on the side of Politics.
NEW PARIS, June 2, 1859.
Di.ar Emimkk From the aoutli of our his
ter continent, over the sea, wj recuive news
ol the enrolling of mighty columns of arm.
ed men to do battle, and from every section
of our Htate we receive accounts of the en,
rolling of men for the coming contest The
arms are not similar in construction nor
alike in oonsequenoe, but are equally effect
ive in results. While Italy and her allies
contend at the cannon's mouth and at the
point of the bayonet, for the right to govern
themselves, and to put down Auatriuo mis
rule, it behooves the Dtmooralio party to
say whether the lcgnl majority shall rule,
and lo give a death blow to the mis-rule and
fanaticism of the agitators who have tho an.
parent control of our State.
This quietus must be given at the bullot
box at our next election, That it will be
given, I have not tha least doubt. Our 8tate
ticket is the best nominated for ra iny yearn.
The men meet with coromeudalion Irom all
parties, and there is no question put upon
the platform adopted hy I ho Convention
nominating the ticket To that no democrat
will object. The language may nut be just
such as many would use to express the same
views, but the sentiment, the sturdy truth is
the sama that all good democrats hold to be
immutable. This truth I hear many abl
republicans acquiescing in, especially since
the promulgation of tha Cleveland nulliUers
To a patriot, tho meeting at Cleveland, at
Vicksburg, the Obcrlin rescuers, the ju
ries in the Echo case, el id omne genui,
present the profoundest causes for regret.
Let such meetings be of frequent occur
rence, and their resolves put in active ope
ration, without speedy and effective pnnishi
ment, and the power of the government will
It is a source of congratulation that we
have three jurists upon our Supreme bench
and but two politicians, slue the -nine utter
disregard to solemn oaths and the sanctity
of law would havo disgruoed the heretofore
unsullied escutcheon of Ohio, that dow
covers with everlasting disgrace and obloquy,
the Stute of outh Carolina. I am against
sedition laws. 1 think It is better that these
exeresences upon the eofporata body politic
should have full chance to form an abstiess.
and discharge their noisome matter. I
would only provide, if possible, against sup
puration, that there may be no mark or soar,
when the wound lieuls. To that end there
fore I would give, as is now given, free and
uncurbed privilego to all who wish to parti
cipate in making egregious fouls and incipi,
ent traitors cf themselves, to meet at Vicks
burg and Clevelund, each fortnight in suc
cession for j ears; and there resolve and
re-resolve let Oivernor Chase oopy his
bomeopalhio counsel of "like eures like,"
nr six inches of the mad dog's caudal ap
pendage good for hydrophobia and let
Joshua It. fling his gruy hair to the lake
brenea and, in iminagtaation, kill more
slave owners aud U. 8. Marshals, in the res
cue of the sable sisters, than did aver Don
(juixotte, the redoubtable hero of enchanted
wind-mills, in the rescue of La Muncha's
favored daughter. To this eud would I let
the volcanic southern neighbors and ooitrai
tors of cbersedotu, make their frequent
eruptions, and imaginary slave codas for the
territories. But when these gentlemen at
tempt to practically embody these resolves
of theirs, by any overt means, tben I would
have the laws against traitors rigorously en
forced. Let all such feel the power of out.
.raged law, and in a short time we will have
nothing but the legal means of getting rid
of diaagreeable or obxooiious lava resort
The Republican Convention assembles lo.
day. Will they re-affirm the Cleveland
platform, or will they adopt something more
mild T Ia aiy opiniou the will do nsithsr,
bat nominate tbeir ticket on lb free) and
SMY-evnrY-man-on-his own book Drineinli'.
start it out without ohnrt or cmi .;
except it be simple "Opoeition.'V "? so din
ing they will embody all tho " elements v
which are much talked of now.a-dnya. i It
strengthen the party In the iieaerre,
will weaken It in Old PrAbje; i'Vl
S J. C.
W. P. DEVOU & R0CKWO0D,
IMPORTERS, W1I0I.UH A LK DEALERS AND MA HUE AC"
Cloaks and Bonnets,
83 & 85, PKAUL ST, CINCINNATI,!),
Offer to the Merchants and Milliners of this section
a complete agsortinent of
Straw and BHk Bonnets,
Bonnet Ribbons and
Our extensive connection In the atxve goods, en-
s us to sell a. low as ran be offered Kast or
West, and we Invite the attention of cloie buyers.
M-Kpeolal Induoementa to CASH BUYKR.1.
Elastic Fire and Wnter-Proof
CEMENT ROOFING! !
Pit tented September 13,1837.
First Premium Awarded
OHIO STATE FAIR, 1857.
Btateand County Rights for Bale.
WK AUK NOW I'UEPARKD TO TUT
our Patent Cement on new Hoofs, or over old
ehtns;tes, Iron, Tr or Tin RooTi, It uiaklnyno differ
ence how itc or tint the Hoof may be. on account
Its great durability. It Is one of the cheapest and
best preservers of metal mots, Prlue $6 per 'inure,
(ton square fret,) on aew Hoots, or old ShtneMe
Hours; ai on Metal Roofs. Prompt attentlongiveo
order for material, addressed to
.f. BKCKI.KY fc CO.,
No. 1 U Pearl street, Cinol natl, Ohio.
UP" Composition and Cement for sale.
KKAU THK KOLU)WlNG:
Cincinnati O., February 10. 1867.
This Is to certify that I have examined the sum
ties of J. Renkley and Co. 's Cement and Comosition
ortt, nd cn say that 1 thins; them equal, It not su
perior to any Cement or Composition Hoot now In
use. I have one on my house, adjoining tc where I
was latelv burned out, and inuot say that It stood
test admirably. 1. A. POWKLL.
C l rtt'lNN ATI, June 1U68.
This is to ccrllff that we liAveemnloved Messrs.
Ueclcley and Co to put their Cement Hoof on our
foundry at the west end of fcttfhth street, and thus
anr nas given enure saiiNiaciion, nnvins: oeen iui
tested by severe rxli.s, etc The burnlns;of a lu
re frame ware-house adjoining;, soon-hlne; our wood
work and destroy .ng our class, produced ho effect on
mhtt-timdAW BRKKD. B ARSTOW and CO.
"A Stitch in Time Saves Kino."
THK SIMPLE ANNOUCKMENT THAT
we have a ataohin. in every way equal to the
AT THE VERV LOW PHICB Or
AkSO, the reputation it hue acquired in ev
ery place where it has been introduced, has
heretofore rendered it unnecessary (with
the limited means we hnve had for supply
ing ourselves with Machines,) 'n advertise to
anv great extent,
Having nlready EXCEKDK0 THE SUP
PLY, and being now 1'KEPAKKD TO
MEET ANV D '.MAND nnd in FILL ALL
ORDERS PROMPTLY, we feel it our
duty, to the clans of penplo who have boon
neither wii.lino nor aolk to rnv such
have been demanded by other machines,
use all the means in his power.to loathe
Public know that they can get as itood a
there is in the market, at a reasonable
prine. Our Machine was given the MOST
KA VOIl AKLK NOTICE in the report of the
Fair at tha Krnnklin Instituta at Philadel
phia, and PLACED A T THE HEAD of I
the list in point or merit, and has received i
THE FIRfcT PREMIUM j
Overall others, at the State Puirsof Illinois
and Wisconsin, and all otiikb runt atj
whiob it has been exhibited. It is !
sukpassed itv io.r.
beanty, simplicity, durability, quantity
and quality of work, and is, in a word, tub
Machine for the People.
We depend on QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS, and have therefore
placed it at
T3B LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
Call and examine before purchasing else
where, at SALESROOM,
In Melodeou BultdltiBja,
- E I) .....VAN A 10.
N. II. Persons at a distance can rely
upon having all order promptly filled with
H'arrantrd Machine!, and full directions
Ct-rte.HnslMa LOCAL AGENTS wanted In sll
part, of tha Weil and South. nihil
JOS. P. aUYKB. BUM. W. MYKBS. OBO. MYKBS.
No 40 Main St, 3d door below 2'.
icaarNes, l- aurrtaniLn
Jennings, DuUerfleld & Clark,
2S1. MAIN BTRBT,
A. & T. MORE.
310 3D STKEET.
Star Mills WRITING PAPERS.
WK would Inrita the attention of buyers
U oar SFBINO STOTK of
Paper Bamilaife, Dsaooratlooa, Ac,
huaiaaoaj wy wasUls. W. daiirsv SMka
(w wttaeat shan, U any part at the eHj.
rortnUo (Minding mj BuIUug.
r r K v "' ' ' - ' '
pOHM AM) p'KI-:I MILLS, OK ALL
V slse, In Htrons; Iron I'rumes. r-et solid.
We dm sal of our Hurrs ith NatflWn nimind
Pnlflt I ! mttnt ftifUhlrh r nun (vxntii.
sive RlRht. With this Dress a Urper rlfid, ends
iM'tter (juiltty of Flour on In- insde thn with nil in
use, ami It slinpllrity enables any man to be his
ownmttler without bflna a practical Uutr Dressrr.
Smut Machines, Flour PAckets,
Holt In tt Ctot!,. Ut'ltiiia:. ete , etc ,
Portable Knirlnes end nnllem,
W. W. HAM HH and ;o (8ole Manufnrturer
Northeast corner Western Row and Columbia '
(Stw.nd st,,) Clmniimtl, Ohio.
N. B We build both Itpppf and Coder Runnpr
clrntUr sent on apptlontlon with P. O Stamjts.
J. M. Watt era & B
07" Uepiuring Jona promptly ! s?f
Manufactory onTiilr.l street, a4iohilng Montgom
ery House. mha
sprTnoVsTm M ER GOODS.
MILLER & CHAECIT,
iVo 63 Jeffemmi Street, near Third,
HA VINO llST HtCKIVKI) TIIKIK
Nprins; bt Hiimmtr Style of f.entlrmen's Cloth.
Ins; (oods, are prepared to make to order weiring
appar-1 ol nil descriptions, on the shorti-st possible
notice, and on the most t'avor.ibie terms.
Thosjoml comprise all of the most fashionable
and latest styles ninmifautured, among Hhkhare
some ol the hndoment ever hrnuuht to this market.
They have a complete assortment of
Of the latest style-, to which they Invite the atten
tion ol Gentlemen.
Their supply of
QBNT'tt FCTRNISBINf QOODB
Is of the best quality, nnd comjirlses every thlngde
siraMe. Thanaftil for part liberal pntrnnsfre, they de
sire their friends and the puhilctocall and examine
goods, mut learn price).
mhtii-3md MILlJtRft CILIRCH,
AT HIS OLD STAND.
On 5th at., between Jefferson & Canal,
KKKI'S CONSTANTLY (IV lUNtl
Cnrrbiges, Buggies, vSullibs. Ac, it.,
Of the Latest Stvle am Rest liimlltt- niiii nrru:
ges tai-n In i'clini;Ke for in w , uud it l.l.t-riil prite
allowed. ALL WORK WAItKAM'lii),
tarjf KRf'AIKINO Done mi Short Xutii:e
A HNS LOT. or
On Hand, at REDUCtfu PHICE8 1
NOTIONS, HATS AMI) CAPS.
J. OOFFMAN& CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Ui-alprs !n
Foreign and Domestic
HATS AND CAPS,
Qlov.a, Hosiery, Fire-Works, Fancy
POCKET CUTLERY, Ac, Ac,
NO. 321 THIRD ST RUE X ,
North Bide, Opposite tho loan Clock,
Betwui-u Kneiily,Mt: lutireA.:o.'. and M.'iin .tiei-t'
JACOB C0FFMAN. C. V. 0SB0RN. !
J OINTKU Fish Poles 2,S0 to 16.00. fc ..Sjf!.
Uraits Balance, .Multiplying and-C!52i33!
flam Heels, 76 to $4,00 csch.
Bass (juides and Tips,
(.rami, Milk and Linen Llripr,
kxtra Limerick Hooks and Snoods.
DESTRUCTION TO VERMIN.
Thr Summkr Moon was Shinino
All In the purple skr,
My wife and l, we tocsrd about,
Anil could not close an ee.
I curst d and swore, Bhescnhied me
All through the wean night,
Rut Mwasenouxhto vex a saint,
The td-biiKB' savrnebito
s"n as the mornine; broke, I roso
From out my leeplecslt-d,
And,oh,so wretchttl did 1 led,
1 half wished I was dead
You may be sure I eertnin went
1 hat morn to Host's store,
And home in joyfuttriiunph I,
Th' Magnetic Powder bore,
Which 'illicitly s auxhtered every bug,
Mouito, roach and tl(
And now throoKl'out the livelong nlffht
We aleep, nor ope an eye.
"Th Cenulne lyons' Waenetle Powder and
Pilis are sold at Rose's Drug; Store, where cau be
obtainrd at all times e cry art ice in the i'rugtraU
CA RPENTEirS fl OP ! U
J. B. Raymond
AS taken W. K A 1 It X -l.t tnn,l nn M
a- 1 street, between Jrlfersnn aiid Sc. Cltir, u iieie
he is prepared tci do
UiU.VlSU AND REPAIRING
Tnthe sat .faction of all patronUlng him. AIo
Stair Building. Give him a call. ni)S-lnid
Coal, Wood fc Iimti!
WOUTJ) HKS I' K CT K V hh A
nounee to the eltlxens of DayUwt and vifiu'.tj
that he la prepared to suppl in Urge or small tpini
tltleeall who in) la at him with a cail, with tl e
best quality of
TOUOHlOaUENY ft PERRY CO.
O O Jk. JLm .
ALSO, HIE IIASOM H AN O
A GOOD ARTICLE 01- WOOD,
WHU'H HKWII.L.KI L
0UUUxd JULsV Laf-LiJU tXV.-CjUU,
He is .lio pret-ared tu ,!eiier In ai-y -arl ai tiir
Which is th. most ,1e.lra!.le lima Lioiight to this
liy. ah om-r. prouipii) nun
Yard and Ulhce.un Viiird at
rt ct, near the Xonla
NOW, that the sun mimes nut rather ptrnhy,
and Ries will ilanre in It, ft ia very eomlurlahlr
lo hnve the room shi.led. the.ul'.rribei ha. a e" -d
.iipi'li' ol wid-'ow .naiie., winnow aer, au.l na.
ings, lur i
r sale oil reavoisable tern
t HAKI.KS Po.sT,
cnylT Kilt 1 street, 4 tloois from Jaiu st.
LITTLE LEFT YET.
'pHK Sul!oriber l;a a small quantity of
1 Url d Fruit left yet a god tatt Apilv,
weet Ur.ed Peaches, peViwdund uut.-i'leLliVsf1te line
flavored German I herries, K. l athe rTiit' pruues,
Pr4 anst laat, but not least, 4aie ot Ihoee Black
berries, Uttt to Hieotlctfi hie well t;lecle4 stock of
othor prlate tirosjerWn, aud lor sale ly
snyll l U street, 4 door iiuui Maiu t.
THE FutacriUr baa lately reoeived in a
a ot at atone War a few Stone Water Cooler,
holdlag sia gallon, a cheap ertlclei also Jars,
eroea. Jugs, butter jar, frut ar. well a
a rarsrl aaaortweat ol eartrten croc its, pi dishes,
store eroekSi ., aad (or aai aheap bt
s7l7 Kast 14 stra, 4 tsHiosi aiaj t.
Fevci and Agv
from wlilrh mattkiml suffer over a lnrro trt t
Ihr Kbdie, fs if .0 vonsrquenre of a tliscaW anion
In the system, 1niliiQtrl hf tha pfH-oOcns rnla-tn
of tfetuliM ilerstv. I'hi oxhnbrttott hrvnlvnl
lit tht ofiirtr, m sol?r heat on in aiHI, imd riao
with the wittprr viiot from It. While tho tun Is
liolnw tlm hnrb.on thtt riror llnfffrs near flirt
emUi's snrfm-e, nml tho tlms Is taken with It
through tho Imijo Into tho l-lmvl. Thei It net
as nn Irrimtlnff pnlaon nn the hi ten n I tlsnra
nnd rxcrrtin orcrnuw of Hie bcv. The liver n-roim-s
torrtM nml mils to sTretp not tuily HiU
vino, lint nl Iho liilo from the tilonr': ilotli
flic tlnii niirl tltn bill! nrrtitnultilc In thf rtn ul i'
fion, mid pro-lure violent oiKtitutkiml dlMonler.
Th' Kplccn, tltn ki'ltiryn, itixl th siomach syin
pntHtt tviilt tho liver, nml lieitun tiionlcivl
iilso. KinnllT. the ImtiiK t of our oiffunisnt, n
If In nn ntteinpt to rxpel the nnxinui infusion,
ponrrntrnlc tho whol-f Moor! of ttiC !oily In tho
inifnial cxcrctorici lo rnn-o tliotn to ctist It out.
Tin; uuhm leu vim th" Mirfiu'c, mui riirilies to tho
fM'Tttrnl otiius with ronrfrstlvi? vlolnnen. Thin (
thu Chili. It ut in tht effort It ful l. Then tlu
Fkvlh follow, In which the Idotxl lenves tlio
rent ml organs nnd nulic to tho iUsrl'vitv, ns It'
In nuothcr tllurt to expel lha initutliitf imjUou
thnuth the other irnvit cxTctory the skin. In
this nlo it failfl, nnd tho Rvstein KnAndous the at
tempt rx.i:iutvl, nnd walM for Tho rwmvpry nf
strrMiffth to repent flip honeleM efTurt nnother ihty.
These nro tho lit nr rmmxram of Fki kh am
Aa;n. Hitch eouttiiutiouul diroiler will of
ennrw lindcrnihie the henlth If It Is not rmnovcil.
We, havo lulrored to find, nml have found, an
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which .iPiitrnlhws this malnrlons polnn In tha
blood, and ntiu.u!uten tho liver tocxfiel It fmm
tho IkmIv. An it should, so It dov cure thU nt
llielivo disorder with perfect certainty. And It
does mom, or ruflier doe whiit la of more ser
vice to thono subject to thl Infection. ' II taken
in sonon it ox'Ih ft IVom the system ns It I ab
sorbed, nnd thiiM kot-pa those who rise It free from
Its nttueks; kocpi tlic system In henlth nlthoimh
exported to the ili-ictt'-o, Consequently It not only
cuivs, but protect fmin, the pimt vniiety of uf
fcetions wliich nro Induced by this miiliirnnnt
Influenee, such ns Kemittent rVver, t'hill Fevor,
Dumb, or Mnsked Anc, 1'erhMliffti Hendiuhu,
or ltilions llendm-he, IlilltHH Fcvcin, Nennillu,
Uheiiinntfsin, IJout, Hlindnes, TimtluicUc, K;ir
neho, Cntiirrh, A-'tlnn.i, I'ulpitutlons, l'miiful Af
fections of the Spleen, Hysteric, Colic, t'undysii,
aiitt I'uhiful Aft'cctlotis of the Stomneh nnil H w
els, nil of which, when misitur fnun this rnus,
will le tbiiud to tistiuiQ more or lens the intermit
tent type. Thf"Aui'K Ci:hk" retnovesllie eno
of these deritutfcinenM, nnd cure. the iliseiie.
litis It Accomplishes by Rtiniulntintf the exere
lories to e.el tho virtu fiviu tho system; mil
the.e orfrmis by decrees become hnblted to do thU
their office of their own nceord. Hence urines
what we term nrrlimatioi. Time may accomplish
the name end, hut often life is not loop enough, or
Is ftricrinccd In the fit tempt, while tliU"An;K
Ci'KK"ilous It ntonco. and with snfotr. We h:ivo
pit -ut tfiu-on to bolicve this Is a surer ah well in
tmfiT remedy for tho whole class of dWiisc
which nro caused by tio miasmatic Infection,
th:in any other which 1ms Ikmmi iliacovercd; nnd
It hn still another Importnnt adviintiure to tha
public, which t, thiit it ii elicnp as well us jcood.
DR. J. C. AVER & CO.
, LOWELL, MASS.
Pniri! Onb Diili.au teu Dottlk.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
vnn for itself sucli n renown for the cure of
every vnriuiy of Thixcit nnd l.unp Coinphiint,
tli nt It Is entirely iinnecerMury for us to u-eouut
the evidence of Its vimias, w hen-ver it Inn been
employed. A it hna I miff been In eoiwiiiit n-e
throughout this section, wo ii"ed nnk do mm-.'
than nsKiiro tho people its quality is kept up in
the bcrtt it ever iuis been, find thut it iimv If re
lied on to do for their relief nil It h:i i ver been
found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all tho purposes of a Purgativo Med-.cu.
Fon C'OSTI VKVKhs ;
Fnn tub Oirnn op Dv!ifKPr ;
For Tim CriiK Ov lsnnii;sTinN ;
For thk Ct ttK ok Ii.hkxtku;
Fmi a Fort. Stohacau;
For tub CirRK of Kuvshm las;
For Thr rn.i:c;
For thr Ci:rh op Sokofi'LA ;
Fon ALL ScimFUMM' 'oill'I.A I wti ;
llt THK Cl'KK (K ltHKI! ATtHU ;
l'ltl( DlHKAstKH OK INK SlvIN;
Fort thu Ct i:r ok Livlu Comm.int;
l oit Pnotv ;
Fon Tiir. CvttE of Tktti-.h, Tiwontt, and s w r
Uni t m;
FOR THK CtTltF, of icr-r;
For a Dixxkr Fill;
For thr CrHH op Nt-:rni.n?;
For Fi itiFviNt) nn; lii.uon.
Tliey nro suirar-coated, so that tho mot pi nsl
tlve eun take thcin plca.antly. und tluy Hi.- tho
befit aperient in the world lor ull the purpo-cs ,jf
a f.uuily physic.
Price 05 cents per Box; Five Boxes fur 100.
Great nnmrvr of ri-T'-M-nicn, rhyUi;t;H,
fitntimen, nnl eminent p T-oiiase, h:te I lit
their names to certify the imp iia!. le I us. iul
ncss of these ivmedies, but our t-p.tci' her.- wilt
not i rem i it tho insertion ot' Ci. in. Tho u.r nts
below i mined furni-h gnum our A ui.ntf s Al
manac In which tin"? tuv r!vun; w.ili iil w Mil
description! of the nlhive mmplniiiN, nnd tic
tnnttuent thut elmnM hi- fttllnwed lor their my,
lo not be put off by uuprineipled dealers with
other prcpui-atioiis they iiuiko mon pj-;it on.
IVmaiid A YEit'n, nnd take no otlh-r. Tli hi. k
wnnf the best nid tlietv id t ,r theiii, and they
should have it.
All our Iteiuodici ure fur sn,d hy
rj'Kor ty m!e
W. W. Sikwart, nnd .1 W. Diktricp,
Wm. II. Nroi KV, OermnritofA n.
iU-.it. li liiKK, MiHniisburit.
H. Mi A i.kx IN.IH-n, 4 Vntrevillp.
Ami bv U I'tugglits and Ileal rs in M dleire.
l l;(K. IX KS'I'EIN V t'0,Cii...
feb7-lyi!sw Cenetal Agents.
AVIXtJ MAUK AN All I! A NOKMKNT
with the Patentee, we are now nrenared to fur
nish to order t be atxive Mills, ol ari size, burrs and
t olls. The Mill is sln.plo in It mnatruetbn, hav
ing very little iiinehltifey raip'lmr but little
space, n ml wai ranted to do more hoi k with the same
aiauut if power, and llmlte as .too. I ft ijuatlt v of flour,
a aa iUill U4w ui'U.uUclureti. 1'roprietors of J'aw
Mills, op. citiliy tboss' tiint use steam, wonld tlnd It
to iheir attviitaco to purh oi.e ot these Mills,
for the purpose of dntng eutnm grinding either
wheat, corn or other jrrain The M I 1 h ill le snld
with or without the t...r. Tftei riactpleof the Mill
Isetpially upphnih e to the conatruelion of lare
Mereliant Mills, snd proii about lo build, would
ilu well to c-tll ai.tl e xanune.
We will also furnish with the Mills, Roltlug
Reels ot an Mtie audleiist h, Smut Mai-biit s, Wheal
L ei ners, f lour I'm k is. ee.
Order respectful! stiird.
PKASK. i'l.VC.fl h. ( tl.,
Bui-lteye Found i j , eor. t aud W yandot st.
BOOTS. SHOES. iC. m
NEW WORK, at the OLD STAND
Nov HI, j4't.V-tiii trl.
''it Is now settled that th uai iku health of su t
men, tr o.m-n mid cfilldn u, ft:skHt!s on the coutllttou
ol their aoi.r ! '
WOl'LD KK.-l'Ki II'L I.LV HAY W
the clt mens of !' ton aital urruiiiidii.g oouu
try, that Ina sprint; j i.d J'liaiir.rr -ts-vlt Is now com
plrte, eonattitiiiiroJ ail LIimIs ol La.it ', Mtut-s'.and
C-blidieu'a lidMjls, Mtu, .a;ts-it, i.c tlh heels or
witliout; iMi a irtrtfe Sarvnitment t.r St en, lio) s',
ud Souths lloti. IsHlTtna), ami Oatnrd Tie.
HsvititT purvhnsi d his stork nftht lrDt the facto
rieis for v.ish, fine li a bint to kt-11 n iiteej-.or cheap
er tha t ftft uther house in tfrs city.
He also has a iai'u supply ot Mis' patent Leath
er iioot, Gaiter and Oxford Tl Tos,whiefc he will
in A We to order tu (tl the loot.
lie keeps couttUntly enipieed the best workmen,
and l prvutiNl tti do H kisjtt of t usti at Woik ou
short not re.
Ail rip reftstretl freef chargt. l-
Ho ask a tirxtral )tare ol putdic patronage, ami
tee's I'ontl lent t'.at he can ple.tne all who ordei work.
R -nii'inVr ttieold and favorite piae, Ht , Jetlersoa
strf t, bt oM the market. aprso
smith k ivksuNs
PATENT REVOLVER I
ron svle at
IAKGD02S8 HAUDWAB.E 8T0KE,
NO. 7H, MAIN STRCKT. .
I Ml IS Pistol ia tho liithtcai; nno in tho
world that hi loreu. YYt-itcht ou'y Tr joit-,
( loaded (pm-sirr Un thr Ptstota rt -v;d .
Is sure Are uader atl eireginstsncio. iso ti'tn-j is
4jausd to the Ara or Aiumuuitiou b, it.nwl.fS ii
Ui remaiu loaded any Uo'h ol U:t' ft ia v . -pie
ia iss sou t run. tost that it 1. tii'lus ti t
oat of trder. .
, l 1st tVrft'olly Sa(e tv ut r; t
Ttwa evliadssr hoUa aevea nhat. Tsti oiurs th ;m
'If . I
o:hr snail pUtahiA. .j, myt