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Wholesale find Retail Denier in
FURNITURE, CHAIRS AiVD MATTRASSUS!
ALL OF HIS OWN MANUFACTURE,
WISH IT DISTINCTLY ITNDKRHTOOl) THAT I PEM. NOTI1IMJ HUT
A food, substantial work, of th. l.ate.1 F.etern Styles, nil A I.I. W A M H A It TITU
,:.r "zv&jzr"' Kl E " ork rot ,""- m "
sella DAyta"'"' M1,u,,ur'" " Cincinnati, and ahead f any similar eetahllsh-
lr'lV Fnmi Cnmn tTors, to select frotB-rirst-slaas, Medium and roB.Bion.la
MN wood, BtahoerAitr and Oak.
' '" ell Mil M see a. I teks
We er aot.
a..1-"?! 0!" '?." 7,,h BrTTK artlele of Mrdlum and Common Furniture, and c nrr j mi i t
w'E. 1?'-".."": .'. - Mufaolurln. evcre dec.rlptlon of PLAIN VYOKK.sueh as Pedatca.'
WiaAewr aad Cut Seat ( hairs, Bureaus, Tehiee,Staads,fcc.,ae., for lha Wholesale Trade.
Please C.lve iMe it nll !
WAII KOOUt Oaf MAIN ST., NORTH OF BBCONO, BAST SIDE, HO. SO
Faatory Wjaae.tU strtet.aeer Fifth, Bevtoa Ohio.
says-iya.w WILLIAM II. O tl.LH I'll
pleaeurc la ahowlni bit .lock. farther ti
Railroad Time Table.
Trains arrive and depart as follows:
f baibs teams. abbivbs.
OIXOIUHATT, HAMILTON a DAYTON.
Ill train, - - ou a m I S OU a a.
Jaa, - . , a in III .as a m.
M, ... 4. UD m 7, It f as.
4th, 7.1 f m g,4a p m.
SAXDUSST, OATT0N, A CINCINNATI.
0prlaga.ld a Colua. E.
6.10 a m
7,3 a m.
1,40 p IB,
7,40 p m-
Dsla-ars a Clara. Ka.
8,S a 1
11,11 a 1
0ATTON A MICUIUAN.
lit Train, . . 8 00 a at 7. Si a a
Id . I 7.14 p as j 7, SO p a,
DAYTON A WBSTIHN7(To .aiaaapolia'.'f
lit Trala, . . I . m I .J a a.
14 " I 11 40 a a I .! p a
S1 - . . I , f a I 1.16 a a
ORKKN VILLI a MIAMI, ( To I aalaaapolis.
lit Train, . I 8.10 a a I II.U11.
14 I pa S p a
OAriOS.XKNIA A CULUMHUS.
! Train, - I 10 05 a a I II, Mam.
14 " I 8. It pa I l.Miu.
14 " - 1 l.iO a a I 6 10 a a.
W.R. S. AVERS
Mo. 88 Main nt.,oppcalt CoartHouae,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
Foraijco and Duneatia Fraiu, Nun, Pickles;
atarj Tariaty of Kruiu hermetically
atalad in tin --nd elas,
Ura, Halad Oil,
Wood aad Willow Warn of all rarlatiea. Child.
raa'iCaba, Tor Wa(oai, Whaalbarrowi, Hocklnf
PA It ICULAlt NOTIGE
HAS RECENTLY ADDEDTWO ROOMS
to his store,
CORN KB Of MAIN AND 20 BT8 ,
Where he hex on hand, and will for the future keen.
the following enumerated articles, la addition to
bu loraser siocai
Rosewood, Oak Si Walnut canopy Bedsteads,
Rosewood, Oak and Walnut iiir,b Ilead
Rosowood, Oak an! Walut Low Head
Buraana, Stands, o., to fill out Cham'
bar Sata, Fioa Book Caaaa, and
Bttagtraa, Fine Oak and
Oral, Tory largs, heavily carved Ac fine gilt,
Arched, " 0 " " "
Hquara, of all aiiss and kinds, "
A L80 Mahogany and Walnut Mirrors.
riNSST OF ROSEWOOD, WAL
NUT SOFAS, CHAIRS, TA B LKS.de.
Blx Different Klnda of Bat Racks
All kinds of Bureaos. Tables, Chalrs.etc, always
vs aaaa. au oi tne aoovo cneajier innn ever, at
arl Corner Main and 3d streets.
We hare now la store n splendid stock of
Kic'o and New Deigns.
Brussels, 3 Plys,
Wktsk we ollkr rerr cheap for "CASH." Also 4-4,
1-4, aad 4-4 white and oheeked Straw Matting.
CHEAP CASH 8TOKK.
aprl JOHN. VAN nORW And CO.
Unlass' Imperial, Pelf-adjuatinc Netted
SOMBTHlDTa NBW AND bUPBRIOR
Douglass A Sherwood's Adjuatatle Bustle
25, 27 and 30 Springs, PICOLOMIXI
Jott rM4lvtMi and for ) at mh prlei.
aprtl JOHN, VAN UUKkN A CO.
Kich, Fancy Silks,
Rich, Folard Silks,
Rich Berages and
Rich Printed Dernges
JUST RECEIVED AT TBB NEW
ahS JOHl( VAN nORKN and CO.
Great Bargains in
Plain, black silks,
Caa be bad by eelling at the
'C1A8H STORB" af
JOH.., VAN DOBKN and CO.
Black Tamartino Cloth.
Black Grenadine Borage,
Black Bilk Grenadine,
Black Byadero Berage,
jiaea xersge nones,
Haok French Lawns,
Blaok French Organdies,
Good stock Mourning Prints
and Gingham, at the
CABS STORB of
apre JOHN, VAN DOBKIt and CO.
-e a -- jr Ta jr o nr- -a
fTA TV jarat reeie4 Oae TSoasatii bash.
c a4ssIUa4aiiaaWl. mf
OUR Cuitoaura, bavin unaottled aooouati with
us, will pleane onaarva, that wa bava reduced
And helnr deilroui to cloao our book! at the eArllrst
Kbiaerlnl, would aak the attention 01 all to an
JOHN, VAN TNIKKN A CO.
March n, IWf.
The Largest and Cheapest
Lawns, BrilUantees and
Gil A LUES,
In the oily, li to be found at the itore of
D. W. WINTEItS.
Alio, a full line of other klnda of
In treat Tarietr, from the I urArt.T to the But.
An Immense itock, larger than li to be found In an
other hnuee In the city. None kept but the best
UCALITT AND STYLES TUB THE fltlLl-S.
0 At NTI.KTS! UAU N TLETSII
SILK, KID AND LISLK
LACK AND SILK KAKTLTS AND CAFE'!!!
HONXETS AND KIBUONS.
No. 94, Main street.
apH P. W. WINTKRH.
Jnst Received, March 26,
No. SO Rluin Strrt't,
OPPOSITE COURT UOL'ISE LOT.
DARST & HERCHELR0DE,
WtolMitle l; alert In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Miry O ods9
NOTIONS, TRIMMINGS A FANCY GOODS
X0. Sea 37 HEW BECKEL BUILDING,
Third St., Oiiyton. O.
X. B. Dabst, C. Hkkcrki.bodb,
Late Arm of Perrlne Late Arm of Herohelrode
FIRST OF THE SEASON!
Ice Cream, Lemonade
AND SODA WATER!
CAN tlB HAD AT
M II. BUCKirS
Ectry Day & Evening through (he tumnter.
He U alio prepared to furnleh private and wed
ding pnrtien, pie nict. etc., with the bent of tee
Confectionerlei.etc. .which heattnrtli at very reason
bie ratte. Me feeli couildf nt that hecan give eupe
rior accoramoil rnlous tor th price. Give him a call
Cor. 2d & Main, N. Otiiner'a old stand.
FIRST OF" TIIE SEASON 1
ICE C R E A M
CAN BB HAD AT
F. J. W E L T Y' S,
This Day and Evening,
And t vary Day and Evenlnf during the lummer
season, at tha corner of Main and Fourth street!,
The Coieman Farm Mill.
TIIE WONDER & ADMIRATION
JjLIP ttfg citrt e, frwi fM
Every Farmer His Owu Miller!
OR BAT BAVIN O TIME A EXPENSE
SUCCESSFUL MS I ALIO MILL EVER IN
VENTED FOR M AKINa BUCKWHEAT
AND FAMILY FLOI R.
Itsaaharuaby Horse, Steam, Wind or Water Power.
Price, With Sieve Arrang-ml, fur silting Corn Mral
for faintly use, while (rluillDf, 60
Price, with dolling Macliiue attached, far
aaking Famil; K'our, $11
DescriiJtkve Clrcula s oan be had, or the aaa All on be
seen In operatlnuAttheornceo the4tCol!cnHn Karm
Mill Coapauy," Tribune Uuiidlngs.No. 1 Spruce St.,
N Y.. where all Orders will receive prompt attvutlon.
decio-ain MARTIN THA'l'CHKR, Hec'y.
TO Y0UNG MEN.
ALL who are suBerinir, from the effecta of
Youthful Kxoess. self-Abuse, or tha debility
arising from seaual Ulseaae, can 1 surely and Per
tuaoeutly Restoreil to Perfect Health, Strength and
Vigor, by using tha
Elixir de Vie.
This must raluabla Medicine la prepared froa a
Receipt of aa Eminent Paris Physician, hnd Is oon
ataatlyused la Kurope with Never-Falling Success.
It thoroughly removes all
N aivoua Debillt j,
: to Marriage,
and will restore the sufferer and-the Impotent to a
Stat of Perfect Manly Vlror. Ir will thoroughly
eradicate the tT. eta of either
MEKCUKY or DISEASE,
froa which many thousands areeontlnuellysuiTer
loa without knowing a remedy.
The cost or cure Is trlflioa. One bottle will last
ona month, and 1. auttable for either sea. Sent free
by aiall to all parta of the United Stales.
Price, ftl per Uoltle.
D. H. ANDEKTON,
SSI, Broadway, N. T,
N. B A Circular eontalBlus full particulars and
dtraettaeurwiu a. aent wllk aak bottle, as4 free to
nsr s44reee, application.
' - - . Acea cwltremn
fcAfoaa avuase vreivas
mkt f ttTtit-n
Railroad Time Table. Latest by Telegraph.
Three Days Later from Europe
ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA.
SACKVILLE, N. B., June 2.
The cxprvss from Halifax arrived here
this morn i us;, with the Uimattchcs for the As
The America brings dates to the 21st ult.
Xo battlo had occurred. The retrogsde
movements of the Auatnans are continued.
Their hcal'usrters are now at Uorlaoco,
shout ten miles east of the Ticino.
The Austrian troo.s have bcon withdrawn
frotn Vorcelli, which is now occupied by the
An engagement was looked for atany time.
A blockade of many Austrian ports, espe
cially along the Adriatic, had been cllectcd
by the French squadron. A large number
of veascls were engaged in the blockade.
Itcporta had resciied London, that the Km
pcror of Auatrin, accompanied by Oeneral
11 esse, had reached Milun, and left there for
Pavia, near the Austrian hcndijttartfrs.
Later advices from India state that llio
trial of Tovetis Tojie hil resulted in his
being convicted, and, by the sentence of the
A dispatch from Paris, dated on tho 19th,
says great movements hare taken place and
a collision is expected to-day or to-morrow.
Humors from other quarters sute that a bat
tle is considered imminent, but the Iondon
Times considers it almost certain that June
will haro begun before any great blow will
The French official Bulletin, dated Alos
sandris, May 17th, says tho Kmpercr went
toOnlenza, yesterday, to view a portion of
the Vanguard. Ilovisited the King of Sar
dinia to-day, the 18tb. The orgiinization ol
the army ia going on rapidly. Itepairs of
dnmege to the roads, bridges nnd railroads,
are approaching completion. It was expec
ted tliat the Austrians would remain inac
tive until tho Kmpcror reached head quar
ters to assume command,
The Liverpool i'of says, on what it calls
reliable authority, that the passage of tho
Ticino by the French troops, will bo the sig
nal for nn Kttropesn alliance against France,
and for the Austrian troops to march on
Tho bulletins from tho seat of war are
Large numbers of vessels are being enga
ged by tho French to enforco a strict block
ade. The elections in F.ngland hsve passed, and
the ministerial papers claim that the Derby
party has been strengthened by tiio addition
of J8 members.
Prior 'to the retreat from Vercclli, the
Austrians continued their exactions on the
inhabitants; tilling them with consternation,
as they wore unable to supply the demand.
During tho night of tho 37th 100 Austri
ans cscaladed the bridge at Valenza, through
a breach, and made a fruitless attempt to
The official Sardinian Bulletin says the
Austrians occupy the right bank of the Po,
as far as the castle of San Giovo, with 120U0
The fortification on the bridge at Stella for
protecting tho retreat of the Austrians arc
Ticino, May 19. Several detachments of
Austrians advanced to Capriaco, driving of
the cattle and firing attyie peasants. Our
troops awaited the enemy at San Germano,
but thoy withdrew to Vorcel i, which they,
this morning evacuatcdfter blowing up two
urches of tho bridge on tha Lessia.
LIVERPOOL, May 20.
Liverpool, Breahstuffs. Hichardson
Spcnce Sc Co. report the Breadstuff market
opened on the week with an advancing ten
dency, but sulisequeutly Hour foll3a4d, the
market closing dull at llsaHs ;id. Wheat
also fell 4d closing very dull and withont
buyers at the falling quotations. Corn
closed steady, at nominal qnotations. An
other Circular nays Hour has declined 6d
Provisions. Provisions are reported
steady and 5dal0d lower in consequence of
tno recent neavy arrivals, fork; steady,
closing firm, Lard firm but quiet.
Produce. Sugar quiet and inferior quali
ties lower. Cofiee quiet with a slight ad
vance. London Maiiklts. Wheat was buoyant
at the opening, and prices advanced 3a'ld
but the market closed dull. Sugar heavy.
and Gd lower. The Bullion in the Bank of
Lngland had increased 154000 pounds du
ring the week. Quotations for American
stocks are unchanged.
London, May 20.
Consols closed at 9Ui(rt!91.
LIVERPOOL, May 20. Destructive Fire--Loss $140,000.
GLAENA, ILL., June 2.
A destructive fire broke out at three
o'clock, this morning, in Brown's crockery
store, Xo. 102 Desoto House Block, tolally
destroying tho building and contents, togeth
er with the bouth hall of the Desoto House.
Pickerd & Co.'s wholesale dry goods house,
and several other smaller houses, were de
stroyed. The loss is estimated at $140,000.
Insured for $55,000 in the Home Insurance
Co., of Xew York, and the -Etna and Phoe
nix Co.'s, of Hartford.
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 2.
An arrival furnishes dates from Nassau to
the 25th. Tha ship Pleiades, from Xew Or
leans, forQueenstown.was discovered on fire
on the 16th of May, and being run ashore
was scuttled. Tho vessel proved a total loss,
but the cargo was mostly saved in a dama
Governor's Message of N. H.
Governor's Message of N. H. CONCORD, N. H. June 2.
Tho Message of the Governor was received
to-day by the Legislature. It states that
the present debt of the State is only $72,000.
lie advocates a protective tariff, repudiates
the doctrine of nullification and disunion,
disdains for Xew Hampshire any desire to
intermeddle with tho domestic institutions
of other States, but insists on her right to
prevent the extension of Slavery.
Painful Calamity. The Dallas (Texas)
Herald, of the 11th inst., says:
A gentleman just from Fort Worth re-
ports a niocipuiuiui caiitn-.ity Iliat occurred
tun uui.viiiji c.ciiiu, ur uigui, un rut
wai tors 01 tne i nuity, uoout seven unlet,
above Fort Wucth. A geaileuian livinu
very neur West Fork, on returning home
during the heavy rain that wus fulling,
found his house was being r.ipidly surroundi
ed with the Hood thai was rushing down
the low lands bordering on the stream, lie
had a wife and seven children took two ol
them on his shoulders, and curried them
over the aa'erto a shed on the premises,
placed them upon it, and started bauk fur
Uie other children uud his wile.
He had not gone lur when a ery from the
shtd drew his atieution; he looked back, and
di.uuvered il flouting uff with his two chil
dren ou it. He nibbed alter it, aud alter
following it nearly half a mile, succeeded
in plauiujf, his children upon a .heo of sale,
ty. jNight was rapidly powing on, and he
returned to save his wije, but alas, he found
not even a vere of his home no sign of
wife or child; and, to add to the horrois of
the scene, darknee was fast settling down
upon the rushing flood, whose appulling
roar deadened- the eries of his fawny, even
if they then lived. Tha unhappy hither
has heard nothing from them yet, and every
effort mude to find their bodies has proved
The rise of the water is represented as
being unparalleled in the hi. lory of the
country, for its suddenness and volume.
VS Hansom Tomlinson, the I'i.'o propria
tor ol the Humphry House, at Heyoiour,
Conn . who il over flitr years of ai'n and has
a wile and family, baa eloped witli tii wile
of David Kelts, the t'oetdiaater of 8 ,vmour,
who is thirty-!, aad baa daolit c ili' sen
Governor's Message of N. H. CONCORD, N. H. June 2. MARKETS.
1'outo.s, new, per bu.
Dried Apple, per bu
per lb. lie
I ,nur P" W1.,
i 30 per ton
CINCINNATI, June 2.
Fl .ur Urol. J7,OOi.aC,7i for auperflne,
Provisions buoyant. MnasPork $1G,506,
C'2; prime tl.i,00(ai:i,75.
Wheatsteady. White 1,40(91 ,45; Ttcd 1.38
Corn active at 8d.
Hrr In fair dermoid at 1,00
Hurler dull at Cft(,i63. ,
Outs, 60. for prirr.e.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, June 2.
Flour advanced Ohio $5.'Jj(T(6 25 for super
State. G,4'if G.WI f,,r ritra do; 6,9ll(a)7.90 for
common toeTood extra Wesrem, (1.90(7,30 for
do Kiutnd Hoop Ohio: Canadiau Flour dull and
nominal at 7,20(17.411 Tor extra.
Rve Flour at 4,Y.Vrl5,50.
Wheat l.uoyant. White 1,35(31,70; Red
tiorn Hnn atW if 92 fur mixed; WliiteSOQW.
O ils doll at 5J(rt j7.
I'...k tinn. ,M,., 1 1 7,1 8ra 1.1,1 9 Prime,
15 liifi l j.iil.
Whi.ky dull at fi.
AND DEALtR IN
Fine Imported Wines,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
KEE"rt CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
a general variety or Fruits. He Is also agent
for the ssie of Ulu Uourbon Whisky,
NO 3lll,SrXOND til'KEBT,
Next door to A. Oamp'i stone front Dry Oeadi
Stor DAYTON, OHIO.
100 Bags Prime Coffee,
B. O BRIBW.
SO Bbls. Molaanes. B. O BKIEIf.
100 Packagea Fine Teae,
lOO Boxes Tobacco, B. O'BRIBN.
20 EJda. Sugar, B. O'BRIBN.
74 Boxen Boap, B. O'BRIBN
40 Dozen Buckets, B. OBRIBN.
40 Bbla. Cr d and P'd. Sngur,
20 Dozen Wash-boarda, B. O'BRIBN.
A large stock ofSploee, Cheese Nute
and everything that may be needed In
a atoro of the kind, for aale by
WINES & LIQUORS.
IS Quarter Caans Port Wine,
20 Quarter Caaka Brandies,
2 Plpea Holl. Oln, B. O'BRIEN.
ISO Bbla. Old Buorbon Whisky,
75 Bbla. Fine Rye Whisky,
80 Bbla. Rectified Whisky,
Madeira, Sherry, Claret, Muscat, Na
tive and Malaga Wines,
, B. O'BRIBN.
150,000 Imported Clgare,
N. B. As my stock is now complete and well as
sorted, I Invite all wh) wish to get Floe Groceries,
Wines and Liquors, free from drugs, to call aad see
me, and I will do ail In my power to compensate
them Tor their trouble.
nihli E. O'DHIRN.
WHEELER & WILSON,
,'i ." e-.-sfk!
Corner of Tliltd and Jetferaon,
DAY TON, - SJ11IO.
3otTcr the Wheeler 4b Wilson Sewin,
at:hine, with Important improvement!
retluctioD of t'ISoa forinerprlori.and to meat the
neuiniiu turn uuwi'i uv -in iutth rsauiiij iunwuiuv
hive hitrotluctxl a NEW STYLE, working upon the
amt'urlnolote.aatl making tha aamoatitch, though
not 10 hlchiv (luiiahed, at
Theeltifanoe,iped, nolteletineae and lmpllclty
of theMnciilr.e.tiie liCiuty and itreuath of atitch.
j tiding A LIKK UN UOTH 81 UKM, imposibla to ravel,
qu icnvinK no unniu or ri(i(,e uu i unuer aiue, in
eooDoiny of thread, at)it ailMiUbllltjr to th thicxeit
or tliinneit fabrlos. hai reuOered tiiis the mo it tue
Ofeitful and popular Sevin Maohiue now ntada
At our various o rtcen, wa aeil at New York prl
ooi, and give inatruotione free of charge, to enable
purchaeeretoeew ordinary eeami, hem, fail, quilt,
gather, hind and tuck, all on the tame Machine, ana
warrant It for three yean.
8KNDOHCALI, KUH A CIRCULAR, eontalnlng
fnll particulars, prloa,tstlinonlaU, ete.
jaal& W. 8UMNKR k. CO.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated rcinale Pill,
frtpariA from a prescruitiva of Sir J Clark,
PhytUian Extraordinary Is tin Qtutn.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in tha sure of
all those painful and dangerous diseases to which
thefcouleounstltutlun is suhject. It moderates all
excesses and removes all obstruction., and a speedy
cure may be relied en.
TO MARRIED LADIB3
It Is peculiarly suited. It will, In a short time, bring
on the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, prico On Dollar, bears the Govern
ment stainpof Gieat Britain, to prevent counterfeit.
These Pills should hot sa taken at rEMALZ.
Duniao the UHsT THRU MONTHS or Fata-
NANCY, AS THEY AMI SUAE TO SatNO ON MlsCAB.
atAOS, BUT ATANV OTMka TIAfE THEY ABE SAFE.
In all eaMis of Nervous and Spinal Affections,
Pain la the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight ex
eitiun, Falpltatloa of tha Heart, Hysterics and
White i, these Pills will effect a our. whrn all other
means have failed; and although a powerful remedy,
do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything
hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet aroundeach pack
et, which should be carefully preserved.
Sols agent for the UnltedStates and Canada,
jgD MOCK, (Late I. C. Baldwin A Co.,)
N. B 41,00 and six postage stamps enclosed to
any authorised Agent, will Insure a bottle, contain,
log ao pills, by mall.
Sold la Dayton by
W. W. ST WART, and WALTERS A KKLHO.
CA P ENTERS
Wholesale and Retail
Sash, Blind, Doors, Frame 1 4 Moulding
SOUTH 0 TUX CANAL, WAY KB T,
BBMBT L. BBOWSI, 11 IRWIlf.
BROWN & IltWIN,
DKALKK9INJUNIATTA IRON NAILS,
Steel Anvils, Vleee, Bellows, Files, Bprinrs and
. ' . ' 7.. " " Hirers
: ... kmpvhv mn nnnow ware ny Bioev apprered pat-
eras, ail of whtea will m aoia m tha aaost reasoo-
We are the sueeeeeors of Ssmael B. Brown, At his
old stand oa th. wht of First and Mill streets,
Head of the Baein, Uartoa, Ohio. Irurfouaderr Is
t th. toot of Ludlow street.
MnMmfttrtarere A nnrhlatau,
Will nnd at BROWN fc IRWIN'S a general assort
ment ol Heavy FHrand Slab Iron Steel, etc.
Will And at BROWN k IRWIN'S the hesl of Bar,
Hon Shoe, aad Nail Rod Iron, Fllee, Hasps, Bel
lows, Vice., Aavlle, and other Toole.
Will Kail at BROWN a IRWIN'S a I arte assortment
of Dandy. Bilgay and Waeoo Tire, Springs, Aales,
Hub Bands, t arrlag and Tire Bolts, etc.
Plow and Harrow Makers,
Will Aad at BROWN and IRWIN'S a Ure.es.ort.
meat of Slab steel aad Slab Iroa, of various sliee.
Will Sad st BROWN aad IRWIN'S a large lot of
Hoop and Baud Iroa. fehsa-dawly
Photographic temple of Art
COR. MAIN AND THIRD 8TB.,
T HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THIS
A well-known Osllerv with all the Improvements
of the Photographic Art, and have made It the most
complete and attractive In the olty, 1 have procu-
reu ine rigni 10 use ine suiar camera, tne most im
portant Improvement In Photography, and am pre
pared toanlarget. Life Site on Canvass 01 paiier,
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, or Min
Of any kind, and hare them colored In Oil, Crayon,
w aier coior, or inula inx, ny ine rery oest Artist.
Those having small pictures of deceased frlsmls.
can by ths above process, sscure a sorrect and dura
ble likeness one that will be valued at all time.
I have associated with me in the Photographic de
partment Mr. O. I. FINCH, one ot the beat Artists
In the United Statca: and eordlallr Invite all to cu
and examine his ipeolmena recently enlarged they
speaa tor memselvee.
Be All work warranted, or no charges
will be made,
nihl T. 1. ROBINSON.
Oregon Saddler Shop!
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.
MITCHELL & M' GAUSLAND
Corner ol Fifth & AVayne streets.
If anufaeture ad keao aonatantlr on hand .v.rv
raalety of '
Of tha beat material and make.
ror CASH, Fxclusively !
It 1. the onlr house In this ettr that minnfutuM.
CURLED HAIR CASE COLLARS.
We return ourslnoerethanks forDaat favors, and
respectfully solicit a oontlnuance of the same.
Citizens and Farmers are cordially Invited to call
and see us. MITCHELL A AltGAUSLAMD.
GROCERIES SPRING STOCK
BIMM & BRO ,
HEAD OF TIIE BASIN,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR
Spring stocs, embraoing In part
loo lings Prime Hlo Coffee.
IS do Java and Mocha.
Fine stock of ail Binds of Sugar.
60,000 pounds extra 8. c. Hams.
40,000 do do Shoulders.
so,ooi do do sides.
10,000 lbs. extra S. C. Dried Beef,
tin bush. choice White Beans.
60 butts A.sort d Virginia Tobacco.
60 chests and caddies assorted Teas.
60 boxes No. I German Soap.
25 do Pure Corn Starch.
24 do Salaratus.'
90 do Noda.
0,000 fine Cigars.
76 SAcks Dried Peaches and Apples.
A larae lot of Fresh whit, n.h uii..r.i ei,..i
Baas, Co.lflih and Mackerel.
too bbls. No. I Family Floor. nih!
This new and beautiful style of KUM.MBR HAT
rwivvQ sjiu ior aaje djt
Chamberlain & Parker.
aprW SI4, THIRD STREET.
One Horse shoeing shop,
ON THIRD BTRBBT,
A few doors East of tho Post Owes,
THE Subscriber ia now better prepared
than evar to accommodate his old customers, and
the public, In th. '
'"..."l various breaches. Particular attention
W'.'A o all lama horses, such aa
Split hoofs, and hoof-houed. kui! e, .ml. h.tr r..f
will be cured eatlfaetory to the owner of such hor
se., .ou 11 boi, money win oe retunoeu
ALSO. Horses that Interfere will b. .hod tu pre
vent It, and warranted, or tuaaev fefuaded.
He wl'l personally aueriutend all work eotruitd
Iq h,isoare. Thankful ror pastfavors, he respectfully
asks a continuance of the patronage of klaoldeus
tomere, aud will be happy to accommodate as uiaoy
nlw ones as may favor otin with a call.
aprS-dawly NATHAN SIFFERMAN.
(Journal and Gaxette copy lm.1
OORNBR MAIN AND BBCOND 8T8 ,
DAVID HARKRADEB, Proprietor.
ITAVINQ SUCCEEDED J. P. KLINE
AA ta the pronrl.lor.hlp of this well known and
popular Hotel, I am determined that Ita good repu
tation with the public ehall not In th. Last be di
minished under uv suuerlotendenoa.
The house has been thoroughly rentted, and every
possible convenience added to every department.
The stable, asheretolore, will be In charge ol care
ful hostlers. mhis-amdaw
IN retiring from the "Franklin," I taie this method
of recommending my frlemla and patrons of ths
House while under my administration, to the new
proprletur, who will extend tutlicru all the courte
sies due from a landlord to his guests.
10 mis oqnneotton 1 oner my alnoerethanKsto my
acquaintance and tne great public, that has so long
oxteaded to ma a generous frlendslu
lenqsiup anu noeral
JOHN P. KL1NM.
1859, First Arrival 1859,
SPRING ' GOODS !
Finke fir Leglcr'st
FUENISHINQ Q00D3, M,
. M J 'Hit
a t J ,1 ; I i .-31
. I Ls Oi
9 I f
t Latest Publications!
JCBT RBC'D. AT
Opportnnltleafor Industry and Capital,
or a x uouaana una noes to Make
Cbeaa Hand Book.
Morphy'a eames of Chess.
Three Visits to Madagaacar.
Tha Pillar of Fire, or Israel In Bondage.
"i.t a nine;., ny naron mow.
The State of the Impenitent Dead.
Dannlng'a Landscape Oardenlng and
With other Gardening and Agricultural Works.
ff"Wa give our ranirinsn ATTrirrioa to the
Book tnute in all its driarl 1 eale. W ill order any
bima or set of books from anv part of the Union, on
the shortest notice, at a IIIiaI itl.rount.
Our stock of Wall And Window Paper!! complete,
to which wa Invite pArtleulsr Attention.
apfrt PAI N KS', No. o, Mala at.
Th-'ollowlnlng list of NK W.DOOKS, just ree'd.
By WILLAItll WIIRATON.
Torn Urown's Hchool Days at Hugby.
Schools and Holidays,
il r.n e Dy Baron Stowe.
The Pillar of Fire, or Isrsel in Bondage,
By the author of "Prince of House of Israel."
Conreraion of a Hkaptio a Moid her ol the
B) R.T. M. P. Maxwell.
Qodey'e Lady's Hook, for May.
WALL & WINDOW PAPEIM.
apH No. t,Thlrd street.
arr CO A f, ! (X A r,! !
AU.OIiDKIlH LEFT EITUKK WITH
'a. Ksqnira Torreace or L. WoodhullJ will be
omptlv filled by
O. A. BTAR (1
DR A. (IK Hi Kit has associated with him
In th nr.Utfr nf mndlAir.. l.
L.fltephene, lat of t Johns Hoepltal, Cincnnatt
Prompt attention i
ill be Kiven to all calls In their
Dmietsinn. ornce, south nut corner of Fifth and
DeCoursev & G-ovnea.
Fashionable Barbere and Hairdressers
nasemsnt 01 anaday's Itew Bnlldinc
... . . ...i-criur nirtiiiirr. 1 ney are now
ruanlng throe chtlrs. Tliey only ask a trial, mid
..wuiiuciii tuey onn piense all who give them
MRUV. H. CROSBY re.nectfully an
X'A aoiinces to those Interested In the cultivation
of Vocal Music, that he will commence with An
.......j...,, i nis music hah, 107 Mntnst
(over the Music Htorei as umn . ,fnAi.n
ber of names can be obtained to make It an object for
him so to 1I0.
Tho,o wishing to join the class, are requested to
-7 .. liiEi. uemee, at ineir earnest conv
Tickets ror 2 Lestons, $1,50
r-Tlckets for tha course must be .btatned o'n or
wmuicucing tne lessons. mv7
I. N. WINTER,
xnu. II J, AIAIN STREET,
Between 3d and 4th sts., Dayton, O..
'I'Aam this method of informing th
citizens of Dayton and vicinity, that ha has
now In his employment several excellent workmen,
and that he Is prepared to make to order, In the best
('""'. iritue.aiiu accoruingio themsotfaahlon.
aole eut. Gentlemen's clnthin. nf .11 u.
warrants s)l his uork to .lire t,Ai-r.i ..n.r-.i
and respectfully solicits a liberal share of public
A NOT II EH XEW BOOK !
DR. BONAPARTE'S GREAT WORK
PR'VATR GUIDE TO HEALTH
1 1 nti ALia the diseas-
ee of the (tenltei oreans of the
usitts uti lemaie, witn the latest
uiscovencs in reproduction. The
afflicted should use no remedies
! VtT " om ""valuable
vrwiaa, vusj superior. TV ol tlie uu,
uiuri r sir is and lmnn trtr-
of private diseases both mnrrled
and single should consu't It. This
ry? doo iw to cure the follow-
" ina Diseases, and enlichtpr.
whorroiw h uruc,i'.
Ciiniinrrhmn l-;ieOt, ChOMP?. Strtotlire. Phcmfl
Is, Paraphymosls, Gravel, Stphllls, Bubo, Warts,
Blotches, .sensualls",'m"" "oeii, tpnstur-
bation or elf-abu,e i-awcorrhea or Whites, Suji-
pression oi ineiaen"t "...aaB m ,tv womn; now
to prevent r" re vent rrcnnm-y, mensiruaiion, Bar
tunnaea DkaiiinallBin. aVO. It t THAta Art M I .1 .., 1 r ..
Abortion. Ml-oarrlaRe. oelebaey. with remarks to
the young and old of both sexes. It tells how to
dlstlnfruish pregnane? ana now o avoi.i n, Au.
Ferleot S'lteguard against iimokery.
Fortieth (HHnn 100.000 copies sold anniis.v
1 his boon sent under aon), post paid, to all parts
01 ion worm, on tae rcucai am vuiiurnvt cop
iesforftl. Or. BoiiapartesOrentVrcvcufive
Thts simple, healthful and, yet effectual prevent
ive la beyond a aomparlaon with anything yet dis
covered. It haa been proved by years of experience,
aud In no Instance has it failed when applied ac
oordlntr to direction. Married people who tin not
wisntolncre e their families, should be in puseLSs-
lonoi this instrument, nrue miucetiTo sjf.
Dr Bonaparte's French Patent Male Suit! fhle
article enables those whose neaiin or circtiniitn
oes '.. not permit an lncrense oi tnmily, to reKulate
or limit tha number ol their offspring, without in
juring theconstitutlon. it is ine oniy sale nod sure
preventive against pregnancy and disease. The
above artle'e is speclnlly intended to fulfill this de
sideratum. It In perfectly sulej uometallti substance
enters into its composition, ine price or the
l?r.iih Patstfii Malt Ht. one ilotlftr that tinv.anna
fourdollara per half dozen, and seven dollars per
Madame Lozier's Female Monthly PHU Is a safe
and reliable remedy for suppressions and all female
diseases Lames inouiu not use mem during pica-
nanuy, aa they will produce miscarriage. Price, one
uuimr per ikia cxim mm iivcuuimri, nent to any
address by mail, post free. No letters will he an
swered unless they contain a remittance or a posttvge
AU orders add resied to Dr. F- Bonafartr, No. 183,
Syoamore street, between Fifth and Hlxth streets,
Cincinnati, Ohio, will be punctually attended to
Dr. B oan be consulted upon all ecret disenses. He
is unquestionably acknowletlged to be the cham
pion aod king ol Venereal Diseases, and only Phy-
aieinu IU SUV UUIUIl W1IU una urai tjivu uu liieCUnTinai
ent of Kurope. and the only Doctor who has vititf..
their celebrated Honpitals, as well as their medical
institutions, and receiving their inontlilv rejorts,
oilers to all those who desire to consult a profession
al pcrsou,the result of torty years experience in the
Hospitals of Kuropa and America Confident la) con
sultation uany, iroia o a. m, uniu iu p. w.
Confidential Medical Advice ! !
AT the liuffulo PrivRtmalfospital KataU
hshed for the cure of Ryphltls, Seminal M esk-J
caa sail u iuf aetrrt iiiiifuniirB ui i uu ( il null niniii-
ru by dr. ami's h son, Jiurralo, H. v. OUice
corner of Main and Quay streets, (up stairs.)
A fctOgT BWHNTlr-lU INVENTION.
An Instrument for the cure of genital Debllltv, or
Nooturnai Knilistons, more properly known as Sem
inal Weakness, ete. Can be permanently cured tn
from fifteen days to two months, by the use of this
.uBtrumeai, wnen useu conjointly witn meuieines
YOCNO XSX TAKB PAUTICULAM 1HOT1CR.
Dr. AMOS and SON take pleasure In announcing
mat iney nave lpvenifti a most imjioriaai lnsiru
meat fur the oureof the above dlHcases. It has beei
subjected to a test by the most eminent physlcisnsin
ixuuon, raris. rnnaueipni anu new xoritj it has
been declared the onlvusetul instrument which has
ever vet been invented, for the cure of Seminal
weakness, or any uiscase oi tne genual organ
caused by the secret habltsof youth Price Ten Dols
, by Mall or tuprehs.
A GQR8 WARHANTBD,
Dr AMOS and SON have devoted their attention
ulusively t this peculiar tlass of ma'adtes, and
the relief the have oontequently been able to ren
der ineir leiiow-oreatura, lsiuny tesiineo ana grate
fully acknowledged by convalescent patients anil
others daily arriving In town, from all parts of ths
oountry. for the express purpose only ofoonsulta-
noua, wniie tneirexertioiis navenoen crowned with
the most signal advaiitairest vet .rom what tbi v
have experienced In enquiring Into the causes of
these inieotious complaints, urom their most aimiw
oomlltiou to that of the most dangerous anil invet
erate,) they have alwaisentortained the possibility
their prevention and removal, and likewise In
vartat'iy iou,uu mat iae most norriute and malignant
forms of disease oould almost invariably bo traced
tooneof the fullnwinr o-aiiaei: Iiratirauee. n fir I cot
the lllelteoisof unikilliul r improier treat uirntt
therefore Dr. AM OH and SON have suoueitgti in
disoovering, la the selection of their remedies, a
safe, effectual and cautious ootirsei omitting all
combination of remeiina which bear an equivocal
character, as well aa those whose premature or inju
dicious application might he productive of bad eon
sequeuocs in the hands of private Individuals. In
shoj t, the laudable end of their remedies is the less
ening of a great mass of human misery by the allev
iation, relief and prevention of those grievous af
flictions that are tn realltv the secret foe of life, and
whioh, while the, so extensively surround us, call
loi d for our akin aud Interference) fur their exter
UUUN I KY 1NVAMDH.;
Pet-sons tn an ' nart of the world mav ba success
fully treated by forwarding a aorrout detail of their
ease, with tha remittance for medicines, etc.
Address Dr. A MOM aud SON. corner Mala and
Quay streets, Duitalo, N Vs - Janl-dawly
LUNCH e-Ttrydgj. t "Met raw
South- We$t Corner of Jcfferion and Market.
U AVINU fitted up their rooms in ths best
a-A style, they are prepared to Attend to thegentle
men 01 iiavton in t ie Sliavlne ami ll.li, 11-.,
rilKPARKD BY DR. SANFORD,
Compnnnded Entirely from liuniN
18 ON K OF TUB I) RSI' PL'IKIATI VK
X aad Liver Medlclnee now br fore the public, that
acts as a cathartic, easier, ailiorr anl mors errrcT
el than any other atMiieina anown. 11 is noi oni
i:athrtin. but e Llvftr n-nietv. tin lirtt on t
i.i vr to Plct the morbid mat tfr. tht-n nn f h etninaeh
nnd bowels to enrry ofT that matter, thus accomplish -In
fwo purposes altVatually, wlthoat an of tha
DKin'ul Tcllnffi exipr""d l tha operation of
moatCMthKrttvs. It stranathana tha system at tne
same time thtt It purars lf( and when taken dally
In nioiierate iiiss, win
with unusual rapidity.
li strengthen and build It up
The I tvr a is one of the, prlnelp'I reg'latoriof th
unun botly;and when It f perlorms its functions
well ths powers of the system are fully develop-
a.1. The stomach ta al- moat entirely dependent
on the healthy action of the Uvrr ior the pror
iMTlnrmnnce ol its tunc- r nons( wncn ine nuniicu
Is at fault, the bowels are at fault, and the whole
system auhVrs In conse-.qn uoeol one organ the
Ltvca having eased to do Ita duty, for the
diseassor that organ, AC one of the propiletora
has niaile it his iludy. Ina practice ol more than
twenty years, to llnifwiome remedy wherewith
to counteract tha many . derangements to which It
To prove thatthl re- M,medy Is at last found, any
person troubled with , Livus CoMrjeAiRT, In any
of its forms, haa but to try a bottle, and sonv lo
tion Is certain. '
These Limns remove 'all morbid or bad matter
from the system, sup- plying In thete place a
healthy flow ol Mle.ln-i vtnrtlng the stomach,
causing foid to digest v ell. rvsiriiNO tre
umi), giving tone and health to the whole nia
chi'iery, removing the,. cause ol the disease ef
fecting a radical cure, ;
On.i.oua atta( xsarejeureil, and what Is better,
rMEVKNTKP, by the oc-wasionai uie ot the Livta
Oue done after eat- .ling Is sufficient to relieve
the stomal h and pre-A out the food from rising
and souring. I i
Only ona dose taken 'at nlghti loosens the bow
els gently, and cure-jCosiivtwrst.
One dose taken aftei ,,eacii meal will aura Dvi
One dose of two ta - .spoonfuls will alwaya re
lieve 8ira Hit A OACHE, )
One bottle taaen for female obstruotlon re
moves the cause of the disease, aod maaes a per
fect cure. .vi
Only one dose Imme- dlstely relieves CitoLic,
One dose often re- pea ted Is a sure cure for
Cholera Mopuvs.and a preventative of Chol
caa. Only one bottle Is a, needed to throw out of
the system tho cftVcts of medicine after a long
One battle taaen for1, 'fAvmitri: removes all sal
low n ess or unnatural woolorfromthesRin.
One dose taaen aj short time belore eating
gives vltfJrto the ap-l petite, and maaes food di
gest well. ;y-
One dose often re- ipeated etiree CttwKic Di
ArritcEA In Its worst forma, while Summit and
Bow el complaints Jy leld almost to Uie first dose
One or two doses vldines attacne caused by
Worws In Children: there ts i.o surer, saler, or
peedlerremedyln the world, as it "never 1alls."
A few bottles ourcs, Uiopsv, by exciting the
Wetaaeplearureln, recommending this medi
cine as a preveutivtXforFKVErAMo Aouil, Chill
Ki vcr, and all Ke-I vsrs of a BiLLOtn Type,
tt operates with oer-jtainty, and thousanda are
willing to testify tujitswouderful virtues.
AU who use It are giving their unanimous
tea imonT in Ita favor.
-sr'Mli water in tho month with ihaluvig
orator, and swallow both together.
THE LIVER INVHiOKATOR
ISA SCIENTIFIC MFDICAL DISCOVERY, and la
daily working cures, almost too great to believe. It
cures as If by magic, even the flrst dose giving ben
efit, and seldom more than one bottle is required to
cure any Eiu.l of LI VKH Complaint, from the worst
Jaundice or Dyspeprl to a common Headache, all of
which are the result of a DlNKAKkU LI V Kit.
PRICK O.IS HOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Dr, SANFOHn, Proprietor, S46 Broadway, N. YorK,
retailed by all Druggists. Hold also by
GHONKWEO A ST. WART,
IIOMANI) 15 ITT FItS
TIU CBLKBHATKD BOLLANU RkMBur fu
DISEASE OP TITE RH)ET8,
WEAKNESS OF ANT KIND,
FEVER AND AGUE.
And thevarlous aflectlonsoonsequentupon a die.
Such as Indlrcstlon. Aciditv of the Stomarh. rnliokv
Piiins, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despondency,
costiveness, Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Ner
vous, nnuemaiio anu neuraigio AiTeotlons, it Haa
In numerous instancea proved hisrhlv beneficial, and
In others ell'ected a decided cure.
This Is a purely vegetable compound prepared on
scientific principles, after the manner of the cele
brated Holland Professor. Beerhave. Because of Ita
great success In most of the turoeon States, its in
troduction Into the United States was lntpmlcd mnrsi
especially for those of our fatherland scattered here
and there over the face of this mighty country.
Meeting with great success among them, I now offer
to the Amerioau public, knowing that Its truly
wonderful mediolnal virtues must tie acknowledged.
It Is particularly recommended to those persons
whose, constitutions may have been Impaired by the
oontluuons uae of anient spirits, or other forma nt
rHsslpatlun. f.enerally instantaneous la ettbet, it
(In. In its way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and
quickening every nerve, raising up the drooplnir
spirit, ami In fact, Infusing new health and vigor in
Tho (Treat nonularitv nf thisdsiisrhtrui inma has
Induced many Imitations, nlikh the uuhlie shnulil
guard against purchasing. Be not persuaded to buy
any thing else until you have given Boerhave'a Hol
land Bitters a fair trial. One bottle will conv inoo
rou how infinitely superior it Is to all these Imitat
ions. t3sohUt l,00perbottle,orslxbottlcsfori5,tX),by thw
BENJAMIN PAGK, JR. & CO.
PhnrmuceiillKts nutl Cheiutata.
Barns. A Park. Now York. Kuire. In.se A
Oineinnatt. llnhbard t Rubtuwn, lit Main St.,
Agents for Da ton, Ohio.
L. HOBBABO. W. S. BOBIRtON.
CASn DRUG STORE.
iaO,ltfaiaBastSile, bet. Market A4th at
Hubbard & Robinson,
A FTKR HAVING T111ED THK CAS7
A system for one vearhave been lndiiMA i. k.i.
success la the exieriuient aud the liberal patronsga
their mauy frlouda and public gcuerally to in
Orense their stock one hundred nor crnt. u.1,11. nn...
mbraces all of the popular medicines in use.
a one sioca oi laucy goous, consisting In past oil
the very best colugue, hair oil and pomades ia great
variety, genuine brown Windsor, Houry.uoucina.
transparent, anil every other kind olsosi's. Trot hi!
hair, ciolh, llesh, shoe, white wash, sei us, sloe.
house, window, paint and varnish brushes of evecv
style and price. Fine cigars aud tobacco, combe,
pencils, oil paints, white lead, snow whllstlnc
Varnish of every oolor price and quality. Vutm
Brandy, wlnee. and other lluuor.rur m.uii..i ...
ehauKiklaud .eiaiiieutapuiioses. 1
A largslotofthemostimpsovedslyle.f rrult cans
Luulums apecltlc. Togolhc, with evervthn,.
belonging strh ti v to our business, (having no de
sire to Infringe on the business ef our .elghburs) to
allot which w. resiectfuUy iavlle the atieution
th piibllo, believing tat our moils of doln
oislness, (both buylag ui.d tuning fur.adi) enable)
lo oiler 111. goods, aad more of them turtle
same money, than any house In this city. Call snd
Klneiot of Canary birds, aad also th. flatuiea
birdcages also bird seed. (rag
4SH A I0""1'H. & ALL EXPENSES
J paid. An Aeent is wanted In v..wtn... ..A
county in the United States, to engage lu arespert.
and easy business, by which the above prunta
be certainly realized. For further Beutlculare.
addreas UK. J. HINHV WAHNER, corner J
Broooiaaad Mereer streets, N-w Vork elty nt)"
one postage stamp. mhl-Srad
Strengthening Plasters ! I
TIIKSR Plaaterg nre excellent rmedie,
In cases of pain and weaness in the side,
breast or backt also rheumatic a dec ti ona. .. i.. r
asthma, spralua, bruUes, and kidney orsidual aiteo
Hons. The Arutca, Galbantim, Pitch, Poor Mau'a
Hemlock Plaaers.are luanufAuturrd of vaitn...
aUes, oukid or eloUi, aud Toor Alan's on pap, by
s. A. uKLifrlTiii
51, Broadway, Cincinnati.
supplied to dealers and druggist on as ffooJ
terms as any manulacturera iu the United Statv.
Columbas Aveoue and Water BUeet
T. WKST. i w.
K. WKST ( r-ropn.iora.
UOXE8 fine quality Palermo Oranges,
large aad sweet, at
IHANPKNBUHG CO 'H,
. tut, Sd .1,