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Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R.
Throe l lily Truina, ?in. (jliimbifa.
Through tickets from Pay ton io all Eauttrn
THRFK Dtlly Trains en(ih way, Itavln Dayton
for thi Hunt as follows; Nlfcltt Pxpren at ,yo a.
m;Dy Kpre m,t.6 a. m j AorM.intmtHhorsS,tftp.ni,
Arriving at Dayton, A;;on.iiiodatlrin 6, I'll a, 1114
No. 1 KRnrfm, ll.aoa. m i lv kxprfia, 6,30 p. m.
Train run by Cniumhui time, which Is 7 uilnutca
faster than nayton lime,
Tfirnnh tiniiets e n he hi 1 for ill Eastern el ties
by on) I in on P. H. Warmiin, Ticket Agent, at tho
Depot, Kat Third street.
IHytnn, Xmita and Culumbui! Leaves at 0, So p.
i., nnl arrive nt. 6,64 n. in .
Alt frelicr.ts in ft at tho Depot by s, 80 p. m., will
b iorwrJt ) same day, hv fc.so i. m. Frelirhts ar
riving at 5,51 i. m.. will he delivered at B.rua. in.
J. lU'HANI), Supt.
C. Wans., fJen'l. Aaj't. aprm
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R.
fJlusiivn of Time,
OianJaftnr Monday, April 11, 1A59. ntll far
t ur notieo, trains will runae billows;
larave Day ton Union Depot at ft, 10 am. and
6,0 1 p. M. Arrive at Union at 11,60 a. m. and
tM1 p, m.
TiAaran Union at 7,4) n. m.atil 1.4S p. m.t
arrival at Dayton at I0,&tj a, in,, and 3.f5, p. m.
ThaR.'W P. M train lo.ivltur p.vtnn, makes clou
nonneetian at Union with the Kpres train on the
BHIeinutaln road, for Indianapolis, conneutlns; on
It arrival with trains for Ltlavette, Terra Haute,
and nil points went, north and north went.
P.r ticket. and tarthor information, apply to
Samuel W, King, Ueneral Ticket Agent, Union
Depot, 6th street.
II. 0. STIMS0N, bup't.
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. R.
OS ami flor Monday April II, I still, PiMoen-Kit
Drains will oavc'.lj. it'h ttroo tInpit,Dar
ton.for Uinoiupatl.ai follows:
Returning Train, .
At 5.01) . a., 8. (15 a. ui.,4,00 p. m., n.l T,S0
lV i I live Cincinnati for Dayton, :tt o.OO
a. in. fl 00 a, tn , 4.30 p. in. nml ti,ou p. m.
Tin 7..10 P. M. train ami'li will tp at Carlisls,
MiMItown, Hamilton nn I Iftendnlo, only.
air OASIKb MoI.AM.N.Sup'f
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat
8 1 K Thu Mnil Tr,.in Ilmivi Hie fltli Kt.
) I O Oi.pot. at H,lft, nt ITrliana, 10,01), connect!
with truill tor t'olnmlnis, kihI At rlyiln with trnin
for t.levnlnnd atul I lie Knnlt nl.o Willi tralntt (or I'o
If.lo. Ili'trolt nml ( hli' iiro.
K SK(Jtll Tit A I N t.lovplimi
RxorO'9. liv wav of Sorlnfftlold an! Dpt.
aware, and all Kantprn polnta
7 Of-TllIKI) I'KA I V Niht Kxprnts
I jMv arrivcuat Sn.lim'iyat l.toionirrutin;; wil h
frntna for Ulevulnuil a:ol th Kaxt.
mhll-tf JOHN II. HUDSON, Kun't.
The Great Direct
EASTERN & WESTE'N
Over the Inillanu Coninil A Ia) -ton
Ac VrHi-ru HtiiUvvny.
ON" ftnd af'tftr Weflnwudny, Anril liU, 18',),
Trilm will lffvi Dnyron n followi:
Kirnt Morning Train leaven lUyton atfi:R0 a. m.,
arriving at IndtiinapoliR nt tf:iio km. making tl L
roatofiniiootlon with L-tfayptto A InfUfttinjiolii K. II.
fur lfyetto and -'hicnfro with IVrro Hnut Hloh
mon. H. R. fur IVrro HautP and Vlni'cnnoH, with
Matllnauft IniUniiapolii K. K. for f.ouiavillu.nrrlvlng
nt Chicago at H:iu p. m., nt Mallton and Louisville nt
:00 i. m., Vtnccniu-i :0U r. m,, JVrre Haule nt If 0
spoond Train, loavos n.iyton at l a.m., arriving
at IndiannpnUi at 4:30 f. M., ni.ikhin: dirci't itoun(c
tlon for St. Lotiin, arriving in Kt. l)iiin nt ti:00 a. m.,
two hour In ndvanop of nny oilici' routn.
Third Train lea vnti D.iy tin at ft:-15 p. m., arriving
nt Indlnntpoili at 10:60 v, m., mak ng direct connec
tions for ail WRitcrn noint.
ajiriii JAMKS M. MMITH, Sup't.
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD OF MISSOURI.
0PKNH its Kntiro Jjnnth t'nr trunsporift'
Hon of unMPDgori and freight, airording tho
hortt, quickeut and ohcnp'! route to wi-Htern
Mtourl, lnwa, Kausni, MtliraiikA, and the New
On and after February 14, train leave Hannibal
for St. Jneph dally at !;rto a. m., or upon arrival of
H. A Nt. J. H. It. parket fioin St. I.niih; arriving In
St. Joseph at 7 P. M. mmfl dny; ronnenting with H.
R. line of rlrnt clam packftn, which leave linineilintu
ly on arrival of trains, for Nebranka City, Omaha,
Council Ulufh. Atohiton, Weston, and Leavenwotlli
THE H. A ST. J. R. U. LINE Or PACKETS
l4oompoHel of tho mont elegant and comfortable
tainer on the MU4nippi river, and run expreHfily
In oonnectlnn with thl road: boats leav ing St. I.ouIb
every day at 6 o'clock r. m. for Hannlbnl, topping
only at Alton) taking paHHener arriving by the (.
it M , and T. H , A. ti Nt. L. Hailrootli, by which
Kamenger from St Loul an ive in St. Joseph in Ui
our from Louiville In ii hour; also, fr in uin
ey oloteoonnot.iou 1 made by a line to amor with
train on I' hum t Uuliiy und Toledo 4 Hulnoy
Railroad, Fare lower (ban any other route. Bg-
?;aue checked through and UauUlel Ii'ihi. No obarge
or ineal and ataterooin on pai:ketn.
KmUrant (bwlrinK to accompany tbclr titoek, may
depend on Kl"g thrjiih by Fnttt Freight txpit
Train. Freight takou nt loweat river rate.
Panienger are respeotfnliy rt'ijueBted to consider
this new, Hhort and uiieap route before aeleiitiug oth
ers, as it has uini.'i.iiitlo advantages over all
THHOUffH TICK KT9 can be purchased at all the
Railroad Ticket umuoi, jomau it u N i ,
General Super intemlent.
P. H. ft HO AT, ticneral Ticket Ageut.
A. O. CLARK, Traveling Atuit.
Prices, $50, $60, & $65!
OUR NKW TWOTIIRKA DKD KIX1 1'TI
cal Lock tftltrh and Improved shuttle Machines,
In speed, simplicity or adopt at ion to the puipoitt ol
Kamily sewing, wo vhallenKo the w orld to produce
anything to eiu8l tlieuil They riuitnin all the iu ai.
liuproveiueuti. tbatt have ever t-et-n invented and mio
reskftilly applied to :W-wWig Machines; thu making
Iheui of more general utility and real practioi
worth, a applied to the puipum-n ol (Htnlly tuwlug
than anything ever et produerd. 'I'liene are the
only ttrit-elans Mn hiu( tknt are now sold at the
atove moderate price. They have no superior In
any respect, and, In order to thoroughly prove their
practicability and general uto tiiliieiiH, we ito am.
at nii or maihink itwiNu to ohdkh, a ud freely
otter their use to any one w ho may It I tllkpor-ed to
try them, giving all ueressaiy lust t ucUoiin H'gMd
lost tlieir oi'CiHtion and niHurteuicnt.
For further paitUularH tti'iul (or a circular, fr In
quire at No. ill Main Uvet, between lt und 'M,
WftEvery Machine wnrrnnlH.
Jel S. C. AVUKH, Agent.
Arrival this Day
Foreign and American Jewelry !
Jeweler, f'li'i;u' ItiiilUluc
'I'lilril eilrerf, l tuu, Oltlo,
KKHI'KCTKUI.I.V intiiiiHtea to tli t.ol.lio
that he haa In.t rcelvrd (INK op THK
LAR(ii:sT Assuit I .m i:n is ir jkwfi.hv kvkh
BROlKiHTTO II A V TON ATONK TIMK, II Ml Kt T
FROM KNULANII and New York, which he will
otrer for late at auch ptlcc. a. caooot tall to Induce
penoua to purcha.e. '1'he alock comoilaea
Etruacan Caibouola Batta.
Do Coral, Do
Do Lava, Do
Do Korean Monalc, Do
Do i'loienime, Do
Do Cameo, Do
Do Jet, Do,
Jct'liraoelcta with rich (;old niotitlUuga.
Iva do with richly curved head.,
Ladle.' and tientleinen'a Sinn Link! and
aluds, In Immen.e varletiea.
Coral, Lava, aud rlultl; (latuUd llreaatl'iBaand
lAdie.' Llialtulaloe Plna.
(iold Veit ( halo..
Ladle.' Chattelaiue. do.
Plated jfoodi ooinio iilnf Ice I'itcheri. HrralirH.t
Cantor aelta, AO. .ultahle for the ai'a.on.
t And au luiinenie nuwher ol other article, too nu
merous twr lliaerllou. Ladle. Hod t.eutieoi.u culna
aud aaaoilua our bcwki od, He ihall have ptaaaare
ta ahowiug .v.u ahould you aut imichaM. An early
tji.tMMUua la aullulted. '
n. . uixrai iiumuu aiiowt lor mo ray-
Juatioe of tho Peace,
AND NOTARY FCDtlC,
OKKICB, BECK EL HUII.DINO,
0b f effenon itrent. nrar the corner of Thltd,
la room formerly oof uptod b Jmtlco Torrnr,
Partlrolnrattentlofl nald to AVawlnff Irf.la. Mort
faava, Contracli, BoniU, ana Iltal Papera,
Aiao, uoi ipciioo. prunipoy in.oe. april
QUO. P. WALK KR, A. D. I.KAMAN
llioriicfjM at. ijfttc,
KIM I. IIHTATI', A i i:TS.
WUA. I'KAOTICK Til Kilt I'ltOKHS-
ion In thr iviral Courta of Ohio,
OFFII K South alilo of Third Itraft, Vtwocn
Rlatn and Joirpraon, llayton, t. ilr-!VI-Iwdam
ELY HOOT II,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Il.fi fKACTICE IN AM. TJ1K
Court of Monhrnmerr and adlolnlnir cnun-
tie, and will promptly attend to ail business en
trutMl to ill eare,
OMIoelnclegg'i Building, Third street.
JAMES H. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Wlf.I. (IIVE PROMPT ATTENTtON
to all butine entrtmleU to btteare, in Mont
gomery nnd adjoining counties.
OKKICK, in the (Second Htory of the
Empire liuilding, Third street. Dayton,
WENDELI N WOLF,
Wholplc and Retail
lIANIirAt TIIIIKU A DEtllill
"HATS" AND ;GAPS!"
NO. 813 SECOND STEEET,
fi'orth Side, between Main and Jefferson
IJ-AII nrdora will be thannlnlly rfoeivod and
proioptly attended to. tid-lyd
T, r. wii.i.aRn, m. k, whkaton
W1LLARD & WH EATON,
WHOI.KSALK AND HKTA1L
AMD MANUFAUTUKKR9 OF
FINE BOOK, NEWS
Tha HIUHKST Market Price nald for RAR1. W.
also kuvp tho larReit atoak of, and ifil morn
Than any other Hour? tn Dayton,
jmo. 3Zb xuira Btrset,
novn Near Main.
By Authority ol the Mi l States.
We adjust Losaee honorably and pay them
DWKI.LIN08 AND OONTENT8 INSURED
AT VERY REASONABLE RATES.
w nix In s . lo ,
Merchants Storea nnd 8tooV at Knir Kates.
ct5S Agont, Dayton, Ohio.
Water Coolers ! !
KEEP COOL1 KEEP COMFORTABLE!
WOULD you, during tlie coming hot
mobtlil.h'ave rnl'.iH meat Instead of T A iftedI
Niri- buttor loatead of iiANrint Mwrtt milk ttmt.atl
ol ihuhI The of your wite tuatead of her
t'Hownal Then go at unci: and lay youroaae hcture
A. W. RICK & CO.,
Husvod Building, Dayton,
and your wishes oan be satUlied. They have Re
friKL-ratur of all styles and sizes, all admirably
ail up ted to impart to your comfort, and fllect a great
saving of Ice over the old way of keeping it.
They have also Water Cooler aed Ice Cream
Freezer, and the
Old Dominion Coffee Potl
By the ue of which all the aroma of your Co (Tee,
during boiling, Instead of ftoiriK oft In vapor all over
your homo, is condensed and thrown back Into the
Cotl'ee, thu Innurlng to you a more dellclou article,
and effecting a aavlng to the amount of Coilee used,
THIS CELEISRATED ij
CONSTANTLY ON BAND,
rjr AND FOR AI.R DY
N. W. WILSON,
Wo. 110, MjiIii street.
O svo-GIVE IT A TRIALl" &
W 4 -J
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES!
VKHIC'f.ES of ovory Joicription on hand
and for aala oheap, at
Id Stand, ou 4th Street, between JefTeraon and Kt.
UOCKAWAY;, JKNNY I.!Nn,
1'ii:ton, yopk wac;on,
DAHOUCHKR, Kl'HINU U(l.
Al.o aeeond hand Uarouahca and Biujglc. for aala
H fWora made to order, and repairing doh lit tha
beat at' le, on ahorl notice. ntyal
D. HEINZ ' &"BR0'S
HAVE a Hulimn on Third Street, oppoaite
the I'o.t ottlce, where they will furulab their
uat niera with all lort. of
Ale, Boer and W i n J
They particularly oall attention to their flnequalt
tyof "MU.-TY ALE" or In other wordi,
'ALF AND 'ALF.
v2 ii a o 6 its'.
MISS L. F. IIA0KETT,
Ft. 41 Main it, between 1st and 2d,
Is now voenluf a large lot of
Spring and suramcr
To which she Invite the attention of the Lad if s.
'iew Dental Office in
No. 121, JulTureon afreet, near Hie corner of
l''il'tli,in the reaidenee formerly occupi
ed by I.. K. Clallin.fi Mra.Ooodiimn.
THK ulj.urlber haa removed ula ottlc. from Lima,
Allen CO., O., and perioaoent l locateal aaabovu.
All ooeratlona pertaining to the nraetlve of llenli.-
try will be parlormtMl lo the be.t manner, and uy
atvle oftoeth ItiM'rted that may t. praleiriMl.
Particular attention paid to lit.erllug aew
t) le ol Pateut Porcelain Plate Artificial Teeth.
li. A. MAT IktUH WAIT, II. U. .
Jus Bmdfcw .
NO I U'K ia heroby iiiven that tha partner.,
ahtp heretofore exl.tlng between the uuder-
Ivned in the uiaaon and hrica laying bu.lne.., I.
thu day diaolved by mutual convent. All let.uDe
having unaettled acuounla with tha firm, are re
tiuealed to call uihiu Mriin. Billing. A Hodftun,
who aloua,araauthorlxa4 toaattlatha aaaic.
a. u. boubN,
JM R. . HVL6H.
Mr. Winilow, n Mperienood nurae '
and female j)hylelan, haa a Soothln trup for
children teethlnj, which froatljf faollltatea tha
prneeii of tatthlng hy inftenlh. the fumi, rediislnK
all innammalion, will allay all ila, and li aura to
regulate the bowela. Pe;iend upon It, niotliera, It
wtllftive re it to youraelvea,end relief and health to
your Infanta, mrleotly iafe In all catei. See ad
vertisement In another column. Jel
Holloway's Ointment Tha ban of
Scrofula, the Klng'i Svll of our anoeitora, haa nn
foe like thla detergent nnd eradicating .aire. In
healing qualltlea are unequalled In Mte ovra of aalt
rheum, aoro Irga. lore breaita, and the icaM heatl,
and ring-worm, the) anetntea of tha nuraery. It re
nrwa thivoatlng of the akin, and leavaa no trace
behind oi former dliflgurement.
Hold at t ie manufactory, No. flo Maiden l.anet
New York, and hy all drugglata, at 99c. , 00., and ft
per box or pot. jeis-diwlw
E. M. BARTLETT'S
TIIIHI1 AN I' WAI.NIT, CIM'INMATI, O.
1 f' One time la na K'uhI nn RiKthiT to commence,
r'ur partlcnlarit, call, or addrca. the Cnllotre.
IK you would hnve eometliing extra in tho
Dngaorreoty pe, Ambroty pe or riiotogniph
io line bnadvinBi and go toeoboliui'i 1'bIhoo
of Art, Market If onae. lis la the only A r
tist engagod in this buaineaa. ootO
triPfoe advortianmont of Dr. Hanford'i
f.lVKIt IN VIGORATOIiin another ol-
To Hotel Kaopara, Beatauranta, Drug
glata, Orooera and thePubllo.
Dr. Drunon's Bitters,
HAVE, from tho'ir exoollent qunlitifs,becD
recommended by the mo F.mlnent Physlolam
as a most valuable and never-failing remedy for
IilV RCOMP'NTS BLOOD DISEASES
Ac, Ac, &o.
Are also a sure and certain preventive against
Fevar and Ague, Cholera aud Summer Com-
And Is a m st valuahle and eflloaelotii Tonloand
Appetite Creating Compound ever ottered to the
lly the use of these flitters All Disease of the Blood
will be thorouKhlveradlcated, and all thoaewhoare
surlering from early exoei or Proetratioa of the
i'liysicai juierKies, win im resioreu ioa nonut ana
Vigorous .Statu of Health.
The Ulaestive Oman will be stimulated and Per
manently strengthened. Appetitu will bo Created,
and the Debilitated Subject Restored to New Life.
The remedy has a very agreeable taate, and will
betaken re at, fly by children as well as adults.
All persons sulierlng from any of the alm e com
plaint are Invited to try 1R. IIUUNON'K 111TTKH8.
Uose. For an adult, a small wlne-glaful 8 time
a day; fur a ohild, aiuall tea-spoonlul twice aday.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
744, Kronduuy, N. V.
JriS-Sdlo a 50 oenta cor bottle, $5 per
dozen, $2,00 per gallon; extra Hitlers for
itar-rooine, by tho gallon or barrel, at tho
low price of $1,25 per gallon; line titougnton
llittcm, $1,25 per gallon.
For ial by all urultt and Oroceri,
W HOI.Kn A LK and HKTAII. AT
713 BROADWAY j W.Y.
A Card to the Ladlea.
DR. DDl'ONCO'S GOLDEN PERIODICAL
FILLS, FOR FEMALES.
AN INFAI.L1HLK KKMEDY FOR
Correcting Irregularities, Kelieving Painful
and DistresBfug Menstruation, "particularly of
theunnngeot Lite," ami in Keinoving Ubftruc
tions, from whatover canae. Alao lteiention,
Pains la the Hack and Loins, Prea.ing-down
Pains, Ituhh of Ulood to the Ilond, Diazine.s,
Dimness of Bight, tireen Biokneis, Heaviness,
Katigua on any slight exertion, Palpitalion of the
Henri, nod all tha various distressing complaints
particularly that most annoying, weakening:, and
Ibe beginning of all other Female weaknesses,
LKUUORHHUvA, OR WIIITKH.
And always successful as a preventive. At the
same time there is nothing In these Fills that oan
do Injury to life or health. Let the illreatioa ha
atrlotly followed, and yaa will find them te be all
they are represented so mueh' in, thnt in nine
out of ton onses, I will warrant them. Do not ba
discouraged if one box should fail, but try anoth
er, although, as a general thing,
ONK BOX IB SUFFICIENT.
Thousands of aartifioates ara In tha hands of
the Proprietor, from soma of tha 6rst ladies In the
Pregnant i.Tnals,orlhoa supposing themselves
so, are cautioned against using these Pills, as the
Proprietor assumes no responsibility after the
above admonition, although their mildness would
prevent any injury to health,' otherwise these
Pills ara recommended. Directions acsompany
tap,. Bee Circulars.
N.l). Tha oompoeitlon of these Pills ls"no
seoret." Ibe general agents are presented with
the receipt, and they will tell you they are, with
out doubt, the best Family Medicine ever intro
duced since tha science of medicine dawned upon
the world. Price $1 per box.
ij- Mold whole.aie and retail in Dayton hy
HUHllAKD 4 R011IN80N,
Bust side Main st. .between 8d and 4th.
and by Dk. W. W. BTJEWART,
No. 4, Phillips New Building.
Theebove Druggists are sale ageuta for Mont
gomery county, Ohio. They will supply dealers,
and send the Pills to Ladles by mail to any part
of the country (confidentially) on receipt ol f 1,00
through the Dayton l'oitoffioe. nov20-ly
119 & 121, MATn STREET.
119. S. SCHlFER 119.
HAS JUriT KKCtilVHD HIS SPUING
toe a of Dry (Jooti, comprising every thing new
and eiegant in tlie line.
Fancy and Hlack
In every variety of style, bought renently, and sell
ing at LOW I'KIt'KS,
alia and Lace Mantilla,
&Urta and Trimmings,
New Styles, and at
Hkdih KO pHitcsl
Organdie k Vnlenvla Hobes,
Ilerage, Anfflal, Valenclut
and Traveling Ureas tiood-j
French and Kngllih,
1'vreale, t haaibrayi,
iiltnachetl bud Browa
FUKNISHINfJ GOODS, in great variety, and at iri
ees which cannot fall to please.
lulegant French t'lotb, Drew and Froca Coatsi Una
Fancv Casstmere liuslnea) Coat, Spring Ka
gi an and Uvereoat. the latest styl;
'ashl'natle aide Band tasalmere,
a Plain and Fancy Caiuiere
Fants uf all descriptions!
Mtk, Satin, Velvet,
aiarteilles, and ,
In fact ba Las nowoa hand a full and complete stock
of all the latest st.les of
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MEN aod BOYS,
KOKSPKINU AND tSCMMKH WFAK,
and which he will sell at lower price than similar
Rood cau be purchased for at any othr plauefn tha
diatom wailc wilt I given particular attention.
The itutdiv will please remember theplaxie No.
110 and lil, Wain llMt, opposite I'kllllpe tiuusa,
ma) 4 m
Humea & Go.'s Original
Mnsty Ale I
i T the atimil furmerly oooupied by N'au--I
j. uon eo.,
43, JEFFEES0H tTBZIT,
The ah'ira popular beverage, beside, every other
cool log. litta wf tha M'hob, will le a.pt ou baud.
He Im Ilea hi. 014 lutuue au4 the public to call
aud are him. Htyae
FINE lot of Fin Apple just reoeived.
. ear SKAMCKMslVM CO.
SPECIAL NOTICES. DAILY EMPIRE.
Burial of Sir John Moore.
BY CHAS. WOLFE.
Not a drum hetrd, not a funeral note,
Aa hia rnrae to the rampart we hurried;
Not a eoldier diarhnrg.il hia forewrll shot.
O'er tha finff where our bero waa buried. '
We buried him darkly, at dead of night,
The tnrla of our bayonet, turning
By the alruggling moonbeame misty light.
And the lantern dimly burning,
No useless coflln enclosed bia breast,
Not in sheet nor in ehroud we wound liira ;
flnt be lay like a warrior taking bia real,
With hia maitinl cloak nround dim.
Few atul abort were the prayers we said,
And wa apokc not a word of sorrow;
And we tradfaatly gated on the fnce of the
And we bitterly thought of the morrow.
We thought, as we hollowed his narrow bed,
Aud amoothed down hia lonely piilow,
That the foe, nnd the atrangcr, would tread o'er
And we far away on the billow.
Lightly they'll talk of the spirit that 'a gone,
And o'er hia cold aahea upbraid him,
Hut little he'll rock, if they lot him abvp on,
In the grave where a Union haa laid hiai.
But half of our heavy ta.k waa dono,
When the clock elruck the hour for retiring;
And wo heard the diatnnt random gun,
Which the foe waa aullmly firing.
Slowly and sadly we laid him down,
From the field of hia fame, Ireahand goryi
We carved not a line, and we raised not a
But left lu in alone with hia glory.
The Protested Note.
A Parody on the Burial of Sir John
Not a dollar we saw not a ainglo note,
Aa fast through the atreeta we hurried;
Not a friend from hia locker would lend a shot,
Aud wefellcoufouudedly flurried.
We "shinned" it hard at the middle of day,
The alleys and corners turning,
'Nraih the boated raya of our April sun,
With our flushed cheek hotly burning.
Many and long wero the prayers that we made,
And nurftioe bore the imprest of sorrow;
But the brokers to lend we aaw were afraid,
And we bitterly thought of the morrow I
No useless pily disturbed their breast,
8olf interest only had bound them,
And weehvied the shavers taking their rest,
With their stock certificates round thiim.
.We thought as we went from the atreet to the
('Twas now half past two we ran fast)
Hiiw the holders of our paper would bear the
When they heard we'd ltid o'er at lait I
Darkly they'd talk of tha merchant that's
And o'er hia protest, upbraid him;
But little he'd "stopped" if he could have
And hiB debtors had duly paid him 1
But half the needful funds he bod raised,
When the clock struck the hour of fate
And we knew by the Notary's heavy atop,
That, alas! it was now too latol
Slowly and sadly we gazed on our note,
Aa pnyment he ateruly demanded
And we brushed away a riving tear,
R. S. C.
A Worse than Sickles Affair.
The Huffilo Advertiser ,nya UiU is "a true
About two weoka ago Mr. li. Van Valkon
burg, wife and ohild, lived in a far Western
city. They had fivo little onoe, but only
one remained. Notwithstanding hia wife's
good looks, hii.1 long and devoted attachment
Mr. Van Yalkonburg'a affeotiona strayed,
and rested upon the wife of a noigtibor. fSlio
reciprocated bis illicit attachment, and they
conspired to run away to .other, riho puclc
ed up her tlfccte, took her ohild, a little girl
and eloped with Mr. Van Valkonburg tn
this city, where they have livod as man and
wife. Last night tho doserted wile arrived
in pursuit of her truuut lord and master.
She brought with her the only remaining
pledge of hit afl'eotion. She applied to tho
L'hiof of Police for aid in finding him.
The Chief sent for Mr. Van v., who was
thunderstruck at tho bodily appearanoe of
hia wife. They retired to a private apart
ment, and held a long parley, the result of
which was hia renunciation of his paramour
and bia forgiveness by his wife. Tho para
mour waa the prettier woman, whioh ac
counts for the conduct of the hero of this
melo-dtamo. She is now friendless and do
serted, and it only needs the pardon of her
husband and reception back to hia bosom to
eomploto this little Comedy of lCrrors, Tho
wife ia a rather prepossessing, gentle wot
man, and should retain tho allegiunue of
bor husband. The other ia grievously dis
appointed, and, what is worso, penniless.
bitter are the lessons of wrong, and adver
aity alwayi follows ill doeda sooner or later,
ti3.One of the most distinguished of the
clergy, the Hev. Mr, Asbury, the Fionoer
lfiBliop of the Methodists, expresses hi re
grets for not having married, lie would
have liked, he thought, to "lead about a sis
ter or wife like some of the other apostles,''
but at sixty years of age, being still an old
bachelor, he says :
"If I should die in colehacv, which I think
quite probable, 1 give the following reasons
for what can scarcely be called my choice.
1 was 'called' in my fourteenth year 1 be
gan my public exercises between sixteen and
seventeen. At twenty-one I traveled. At
twenty-six 1 came to America. Thus far I
had reasons enough for a single life. It had
been my intention to roturn to Kurojie at
thirty year of age; but the war continued,
and it waa ten yeara before we had a set
tled, lasting peace. This waa no time to
marry or to be given in marriage. At thir.
ty-nine Iwa ordained Superintendent Bish
op in Amor io. Among the duties imposed
upoa me by my oflioa wa that of traveling
extensively; and 1 eould hardly expect to
find a woman with graoe enouglt to induce
her willingly tn live but one week out of the
fiftytwo with her husband, lleaidea, what
right has any man to take advantugo of the
affections of a woman, make her r.U wife,
and, by a vuluntury absence, subvert the
whole order and economy of the marriage
state, by separating thoso whom neither Uod,
nature, nor the requirement uf oivil society
permit long to be put asunder 1 It i nei
ther just nor generous. 1 may add to this,
that 1 had but littlo money, and with this
little I administered to the necessities of a
beloved mother till I was filly seven. If 1
have done wring, I hope (iod and the sex
will forgive mo. It ia my duty now to be.
stow the pittance I have to spare upon the
widow und fatherless girls, and poor mar.
VV. II. S. AVKIIS
No. 88 Main at.,oppalte Couitliouae,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Douieatio Fruit., NuU, I'ickle.;
every variety of f ruits hermetically
sealed in tin nnd glass,
l'reservea, . tellies, Cut
sups,Snrdina,tvai (era, Halad Oil,
Wood and Willow Ware of all varieties. Child
ren', t'aha, Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Hocking
nureea, i.,'mi. aprii
V LAX S Tit AW,
At tii II. draulle flat mill.
Sill AW evenly out near the ground i
worth one third more than when cut unevenly.
Straw should be out with a , ra.s cy the or reaper.
For particulars Mil at tha Hydraulic Klaa Mill .,
ete i, rouupe'isew Btiuuiuf, aay wa vuo.
V. V, DEVOU & ROCK WOOD,
lI.troarr.ui, wiiOlksai.r nrai rts ad naHt'i At
Cloaks and Bonnets,
R3 sr., rKAitri rT., .'Mncinnati, o.,
Offer to tha Merchant, and Milliners of this section
a complete agsortioeot ol
Btravr and Bilk Honnota,
- Bonnet Ribbons and
Our extensive connection In the shove goods, en
ahlea us to sell a. low as can he cir.'red Kaat or
West, and we Invite the attention ol close buyers.
I -Kieoll Inducements to CASH DUtKHS.
EldHlle Fire andUator -Proof
CEMENT ROOFING! !
I'atciiietl September 1.1, lft.17.
First Premium i Awarded
OIIIO STATEFA1R, 1857.
State and County Rights for Bnle.
WKAUH NOW riiF.PARKI) TO PUT
our Patent Oment on new Rrmfa, or overold
shingles, Iron, iar or Tin Hoofs, it tusking no dltrer
ence how steejior flat the Hoof mnj bo. On account
of Its creat durability, It Uon nf the etienpeat and
beat roservert of metal rooi. Price fttt per Sfjuare,
(loo square feet,) on new Hoot, or old HhliiKle
koofi $'2 on Metal Honrs. Promiit attention gn en
J. lib.. K LEV at CO.,
No.lH Pearl street, C'ln!t iiatl.Ohlo.
ft Catuposltlon and (era en t for sale.
. 1UCA.D THK KuUjOWJNO:
(.'lift innats. O., February!). 18i7.
This tl to eertlfv that I have examined tlie nam
pies of J. Beck ley aaili'a.'s Cement and Cm;eiltlon
Hoof, and ana ay that 1 thin a them equal, it not su
perior to any tenieni or ioiupoinion mini now in
use. I hay. one nn my houe, adjfinlng to here I
was lately burned out, aod mul ay that It itood
the test admirably. H. A. I'uWKLI..
ClMl TNWATI, Jtine 20, 1H.'H.
Thl Is to certify that we have employed Mttr.
J, Ht'ckley and Co, to put their Cement Roof on our
round ry at the west em, of Klghth street, and thus
farlt has Riven entire alinfaciion, havluK been lul
I) tested by severe rlns, etc The bui niun ol a la
ree frame ware-house adjoining, aenrrhtna our wood
work and destroy ;unoui glaSH,protluced no itlect on
mhB-Omdaw nilKKD. B.VRSTOW and CO.
(A Stitch in Time Saves Kino."
IMIIC SIMPLK ANXOUCKM KNT 'I ITAT
. we have a Machine in every way eijual to the
Firs-Class ;: Machines,
AT THE VERY WW PRICE OP
A I.HO, the reputation It hns ncqtiirnd in cr-
ory plane where it has been Introduced, has
hnrotolore rendered it unnecessary (with
the limited means we have hud for supply
ing ourselvos with Machines,) to advertise' to
unv great extent,
Having already KXCEEDEI) THE HUP
I'f.Y, and being now PKI5PAI1KI) TO
MEET ANY DKMAND.and to FILL ALL
OKDEUS PROMPTLY, wo feel it our
duty, to the class of people who bavo been
neither wii.i.ino nor aiu.k to pay euah
Aa have been demanded by other machines,
to use all the means in hia powor.to loathe
i uijiio know tnat tliey eau got as good a
As thero is in the market, at a reasonable
Crioe. Our Machine was given tho MOST
'A VORAHLE NOTICE in the report of the
rairattlio frnimiin institute at 1 Inlnilel
phia, and PLA CKD AT THE HEA D uf
the list in point of merit, and has received
THE FIRST PREMIUM
Overall others, at the Htata fairs of Illinois
and Wisconsin, and all otiikh faiks at
which it boa been exhibited. It is
SlTltrASfsKD III 1NONE
In beauty, simplicity, durability, quantity
and quality of work, and u, in a word, tiik
Machine for the People.
We depend on QUICK HAf.ES AX1)
SMALL l'ROKITrt, aud have therefore
plaoed it at
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
Call and examine before purchasing also
where, at HALK8HOOM,
In ITIelodeoii Itnll.IiiiuH,
W' E BKAM.1N&C0.
X. II. Person at a distance can rely
upon having all order promptly filled with
trarranled Machines, and full directions
for use. .
tl-ReaonnalMa LOCAL AGKNTS wanted In all
parts of tha West aud South. mhal
Jennings, Butterfieltl & Clark,
231. MAIN BTRET,
E. A. & T. MORE,
io so fTiii:i:i-.
STATIONERS, - BINDERS.
SUr Mills WRITINQ i'APKlia.i
WK would invite the attention of buyers
to our SI'HINU STOCK of
Paper Hanglnga, Deooratlona, Ac.,
Which la now vei v complete. We deliver oacka-
ge. wiiuouiea.nr, IB eux fan mi necitj,
KCCIINE & GO.
M tnufaeturert and Dealers In
NU, lit VftUH(i; MltEbT.
THIS DAY AND EVSNINO,
ATTAniM ENT, '"'
John T- Voe; MalntltT, Before Seymour Yearet.J.
amines I P. of Mlauil Townatilu,
Jaob l..huiait, llel't. HontfvMu.o Co-, u. , ,
ON tha Win day of May, A. 1 , aaid
Ju.ti.ia Uaued aa order of aitAi-haieut tu tha
ahora actios (or tha siua of aaveotren dollars aud
eswseat. . iVUt V. Yott.
AtJwadetrU,uw tl, MM. i)i4v
Portable Grinding nnd Bulling.
fif ; i i- -m ,
nOUS A0 KKKI) Mf M.S. ov
" ) sire. In Stront Iron Frame, cut solid.
Ve dr-ejis attof our Iturra with Nstrher's diamond
point Urrss (patent ) tor which we own the exclu
sive Hicbt. With this ltrexs a Inrif.'r itet.t. and n
better unllty of Flour oan le made than with n in
une, and ltf simplicity enables any utan to be Ms
own miner without netng a prneTfeai Hurr I)rene'r.
Nuiut MNchlnes, Flour Parker,
J'oltlurr CHIi, Ileitlng, etc., etc ,
Portable Kngluen and Boiler,
W. W. n HMKR and H) , Role Manufacturer,
Northeut corner Western How and t'olumbla,
(cte.cond Nt..) t ineluiiatl. Ohio.
N. n We build both i pier and Under Runner
(Uvular senton application with P.O. Slam,1
Diseases of the Lungs ami Throat,
No. 201 Vina at., between 6th and Oth
PKKSOSS I!AVIN1 ANY- AKKKC-
- tlons of the Lunge or Throat are Invited tor-ill
at ln Woi.ri'i Cimcinnai i Nstitvi k, herethis
class of maladies I treated exrlulvel on llieiuont
Improved method of medb-atlrrt air ftr Inhalation;
in ti niiuiion wiTn coiiBTiMmniifti ireainietu.
Those who cannot visit 1ha limtltutH, but nre de
alr..i....f ..,..ln..U. M .l l . .1 l1...1..l a
will have a circular s-'Ot to them cruitn.niis a futi
dencrlptlan ot Medicated Inhalation and a lis! ot
lopsuons respecting iipette In tlif cliest, whtrh, ny
aimwerlng cfrrectly, will enable in. In tnnnv fn
stunces lo form a Kroner oninion of the carte! and
p rerun-1 he and forward by exprcsn or OthrrwiNe (as
ortlered) the proper medicines nnd Inh.iler, (see the
engraving nnove,) with lull ttiwiinn, to i.p ur(i
at home. In this way, 1 have treated putlent with
entire success, after their home physicians had pro
nounced them hopelrsnlv incurable.
For the circular enclose a postage stamp, and
Da. N K. WOI.FK,
BrxS:ui), Cincinnati, Ohio.
Note. Dr. Wolfe has just publUhed a work on
-'onsuiiiption,and Its tl tutment b Mrdlcatctl Infla
tion, which hereoommendii to theattenf ive ieruaal
of every person who sur-i.t-i t ttinfie lurkimr in
their Iuiik. It will be sent, . ai i. or .msta.i:, to
jwrrinn in any pari oi rne country or mljolnj. Mtate,
at 'J cent tnr ipy, 'J he trade supplied at a lller
al discount. Addiess as above. myS-anidNw
A. IIIMJ II A IV A N ,
CO.Uj CO KB
333 WE8T FHONT STREET,
Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON !
1)!in.OSOHKKN pronounce tliR proposi
tion irrational that, an "irrt'sUtrthtf ioif ein
eer come In contact with an Immovable one He
that as it may, one thlnK is certain, aud beyond suc
cesstul contradiction, that the JiFST aud i H V. A l-
hNTUUnirSeveroHere.l Ut the people nf Dayton,
are to be found at No. aw, t'UH. FIFTH AM( LAY
BENJi Fi WAIT
Is now aliening a large and mar;n 111 cent assortment ol
Staple & Fancy Dry goods,
Jut retailed from the Kaatern Cities, aod selected
i.j iiituHfii, ,xiresaiy lor una luarsei, jus .lot'l 1.
full, eouslstliig in part of
Fancy Silks, Challies, llrilliantM, I.nwtis,
White goods, of all descriptions, Ho
siery, Notions, etc., oto. A fine
lotnfSprinj Hummer .Shawls,
Capes nnd Mantillas, a
large and splendid as
sortment of lion
nets, it Hon
mine's, Every kind and vuriety of Hats a large
supply fnr ycunR end old.
A. rents and tither exuer.ses are murh leaa K.aat
of tlie "deep waters," he tl. conllilcnt In lieina
nine io ai'i. ai lower ORures, inn 1 M r. I ANH, I nan
can lie obtained elsewhere; not even excepting (he
establishment presided over liy the gi'iitlcmaii Ironi
New York. aprl'2-Siiidaw
PA lUCULAit NOTICE
HAS KECKXTIjV AUUEDTWO RlKlMs"
to his store,
CORNtH OF MAIM AND 20 STS ,
Where ho har on b anil, and will for the future keep,
the followUi, enumerated article., in addition to
ma loruier .oca;
Ilosewood.Oak A Walnut J canopy Hedstcads,
Rosewood, Onk and Walnut Ifigli II end
Rosowood, Ouk an! Walut Low Head
Bureaus, Btanda, Ac, to fill out Cham
ber Sets, Fine Book Cases, and
Ettaglres. Fins Oak and
M I II It O II S !
Oval, very large, heavily carved Ai line gilt,
Archod, " " ' "
r-qtinrn, of nil sizes and kinds, "
AUSO- Wahognny and Wulnut Mirrors.
FINEST OF JtOSKWOOl), f- WA I.-
A' L'T i0rA$,UlAJUS, TAIILt.SA e.
'six Different Kinds of Bat Racks.
All kinds of Bureans, Tallies, Chairs, etc., always
on hand. All ol the above eheaper than ever, at
apri Corner Main and 2d streets.
I. N. & W. M. GREEN,
(Late I. N. lireeo,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. ai, Till It D ST.,
ARK NOW 1'KKl'AliKI) TO SKI. I.
A i.inhU to the JobhtDtr I rane. nur atork ia emu
plcte aud .ele. led nh i al cire, and rl.uylor
c as 1 1 e clu.i vel . W.oaii and will sell Good, to
Iir.inipt liuyi'ia at tlie veiy 1'iwe.t .NUtaet 1'il.e
iiiycta are r.'.lecl fully in v I led I" (five u. a i ail.
'ill hl!a. I'ickerid, White Ktab and Trout.
:in " ' N'. O. Mulatsea.
4D Saeki Hu t'otlue.
L0 - ' IVaelies and Apple.
10 lihla. Rice.
llMt Him. Codfish.
3 ('heats and Caddies line Te:.
1(HI Sueks Salt
25 do.. Hrivima.
'J.- " Wush Hoards.
(eriuan Chenles. Prunes, Yim. Raisins aad Nuts
of all alada, all oi limn will U. auld. iaw a. the
ENGLE'S beer saloon,
Backel's Building, JerTcrron atreet, be
- twee 24 nd 3d Day too.
KKKI'S on liuuJ the beat imiUty or Ah
l axer BNr, fl Ufa's rker, (a suterlnr levr.t.e,
audHviatto i he Urst Ale,) aa4 everything guv4 auj
BHtii(ig ior ins ii4i wvuiner.
He alao kwita nick a-wka for luarh; Cigars, To-
As heeitttermlnetl to aeea a owlet and reepert
bl ku.4the rkoeiijIuily eoltelis a shtre oi luthiio
, U.itl!AXIKNril!RO Jj CO.bavsitisl
t ratatrad a, boar, tnwh irai. . av
(Xotuaal and liuIU avi', )
"Fever and Aue,
from whleh mankind suffer over a lerew part fif
th ffrolie, is the ennsennenre Of a rllseaaei action
In the avafom, Imlured !y the pntaimous inlnain ,
of voire table ileenv. This OKhalatkm la en.lve.l !
if tlm action of solar hrat on wet anil, and rl j
with the wnfery vnpor from It. Whll the sun Is
below the hnrteon this vapor lingers near the
e'inli'S snrrniw, and thn virus Is token with It
thronh tho timari Into tho blond. Them It nets j
as aa Irrltatltifr polann on tha fnternnl viscera '
and eacrotlna; on;,in of the Ih.It. The tlvcr rn
onmrs toriiii and fulls to secrete not only this
virus, Init iilao the hllo from the blood, "tloili
thn vims and the tillo necumnlate In the circula
tion, and produce violent mnstltutlonal rtiaonl.-v.
The sploen, the kidneys, and the stomach svm
piuhiro with the liver, nnd become disordered
also. Finally, the Instinct of our orirnniam, as
If In an attempt to expel the noxious Info-Inn.
eoneentratcs thn whole hlnod of the IkmI' In tho
Internal excrctorios to foreo them to cast It out.
The blood loaves tho surtnen, and ruiihes to the
central urjraus with conirestlvo violence. This Is
the f 'hii.1.. Iiut In this eflort II fulls. Then tho
Krvks follows, In which the Wood leaves thn
ceiitrul oixuns and rushes to thn surface, as If
In nnother eli'ort to expel thn Irrttiitin. poison
tlmnifih the othortfreat excretory the skin. In
this nlno it falls, und tho system nlmndons the nt
tempt exhausted, nnd wnlis Ihr tho reiiivery of
strenirtli In repent tho hopeless effort auothor day.
These nru tho fits or pimixrim. of Kkvkk an'ii
Aoitr. Kuril eoiistllutioiiiil dlsonler will ol'
course nndermlne Iho henlth if it Is not removed,
Wo hnvo liiliuicd to find, nml lmvo found, an
Ayer's Aguo Curo,
whleli netitmllzos tills mnlnrious polnntt In tin?
blond, ntid stimulates tlio liver tn expel ft from
the InxIv. As It sbfiilbl, so It tines runt thl nt
lllrtivo clixonlor with prrl'ort cortBlniy. And It
(hns inn re, or rnther Unea what la ol' xuoro ser
Tito io those subject to tlil) injection. If taken
in ".pftiton It expeiN (t ftom the system It Is ab
sorbed, nnd thus keeps those who use It free fnmi
Itn attacks; keeps tho syntom In henlth nllhntili
exposed to ihe dlneaAe. CnHNeqmittlv It not only
pn nw, hut protect from, tho srtwt variety of ai
foftlnns wiilrh aro Indueed ny this mulictmut
InHuenofl, an eh as Remittent t'ovcr, Chill I'Vver,
Dumb, or Masked Ague. PeriodlviiJ Hendarhi,
or llll mns llcndarhe, Ilillotis Fevers, Neumlglii,
Khenmntlsm, (Jnnt, Jlllrulneas, Toothache, luir
nehe, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitations, Painful Af
fliction nf the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Pnnilvsis,
and Painful Affect ions of thu IStnmarh find iWw
els. nil of which, when nriNing from this cnune,
will be found to nssumo more or lens tho hitorniii
tent type. This "Antfn Lrnn" removes thocniiHe
of these derangements, nnd cures the dlsettw.
This It nceompllrihes hy stimiilntlng the exf-re-tories
to exjK'l the vims fiom the syKtem; nn I
thuao organs hy dugnea become Iwibited to do thia
their office of their own neeord. Hence nrlm-ri
what we term arrhmntion. Time may accomplish
the same end, hut often lifo Is not long enmih, or
ta sncrKiced In tho attempt, wliile thlsAntrn
Cunn'Mocslt at once, und with safety. We hnvo
great reason to helievo this la a surer aa well ai
ftiifer remedy for tha whole class uf dlseitrien
which aru cuused hy tho miasmatic Infticiion.
than any other which has houn dismvurud; ami
It hns to: III nnother Important advantage to tho
puhlic, Which if, that It Ik cheap as well as good.
DR. J. O. AYEll & CO.
I'BtrK Onk Dollar pub Uottlk.
Ayor's Cherry Pectoral
hns won for Itself such a renown for the euro of
every variety of Thnmt nnd Lung Complaint,
that It Is entirely nnnecessnrv fur us to recount
tho evidence of ft virtues, witrruver It has pcn
employed. As It has long been lu constant uo
throughout this section, wo need not tin more
than ussuro the people it quality Is kept up tn
tho best it ever has Wen, and that it imtv lm re
lied on to do for their rulief all it hua efir bmni
louiul tu du.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For ell thi purposes of e Purganrfl Medicine.
Foil tjik Ciiuk of si-ki-sia;
For tub Ccrh or iNnnitflTiOKj
Foil Tn K CritK ok Dvskntkrt;
For a FonL Htomataii:
For tiik OrttM of KHvaiiT.i.AS;
For Tub Pilks;
For the t'tUK of St norti.a;
Foil AI.I. Sl'ltOFIJI.Ot'a COM1M.A1NTBJ,
For tiik Ci;kr or Huki matism;
For Dihkasks or tiik Nkin.
For tiik Critic on I.ivku Oopiaint;
Fou thu Curb of Tkttkh, Tlmors, anid Slt
Fou tiik Ciikk of Goi t;
I-'or a I ) i nn v. h Pill;
For tiih Crnt: of N kch ami i a
For Purify. Ma tiik Uloou.
Tlioy are upitr-cortcd, so that tlie most sensj.
tive can tuko them plensnntly, and they ore the
best aperient lu the world lor all the purposes of
a family physic.
Price 25 cents per Box; Fire Bo in for $100.
Great rmrnlMTH of Clergymen, Physicians,
fitatesmen, nnd eminent periwmnes, hnvo lent
their names to certify the unparalleled iHefid
tioss of tho so remedies, but nur spaeo here wilt
not permit tho Insertion of them. The ntfenta
Im'Iow named furnish (fratU our Amcuk'an At -ii
A7f ao in which they are aiven: with ul) full
description of tho nlmvo complaints, and tlm
ireaimetu mat snnuiu uo followed tor tlioir cnn .
Io not Imj put off hv uiiiirinciiiloii dculers with
othur ptTparutloua they nmku inoiv pm.it on.
iJCiuunii Aitn a, ann tukh no oinent. i ne nick
want thu tst uid there ia t r thum, und tiny
Sho'ild have it.
AU our ltcmudicg uru for tele by
VV. W. kSiKWAitT, and J. W. Diktrk h,
Wm. II. N Km. ky, Gerninntuwn.
lino j. Hi.zkr. Alinmiahurir.
K. Mi . i i'x an i. Kit, Centreville.
AiMii-vmi uiugirts and Dealers iniMeiUtina.
l IKK, KtkSTF:iN CO,Cio.,
feh7-ljilfiw (.rnrml Agents.
City Property for Sale.
ADK.SIRIC to viait Kuropo, induoet me to
oiler Div nreaeut UtMiitlenna. located on the nnrlh
title oi Third strnut, below Ptrry, fctr sal. The lot
ii inuieio iroui anu 'j( leci ih, uorin aud east au
alley, on which tie three J'wc'IIihk Houses, a l'u-
aervatory, Stnhle, Wood House, niul uttuiy other
The whole is handsoniety arranged In afranliui,
with a if rent many ililtcrent kinds of vhotuu Iruit
iM'ttrlnKtrees, (rriies enough to make wine; a (Treat
variety of hardy Mowers and floHerllK shrubbery
ornament the (tardrn. A nrat iany Ultlbrt nt kinds
of (ri-enhouii( I'Uiits, turh as Orattftes, Lemnim,
MonieRranates, Hones, alyrt.i u, Oleanders, ami other
fiholi-e IMtnti in Hie Conner vatory. Also, a number
ol beautilul stutb'tl birds, Ac.
Tha premise rombin all the conveniences n-cessu-y
for health and to ui lort in tha cU ,asHt;il
feriniii w)io wish to purr hate a beautiful home,
are inv iti to chII mid vlrvv the reinie.
i rue re-isouaiue, ami lonf )aj fueiits.
niytv-stnd V, i. LANGSTKUT.
NEW WARE ROOMS!
Cor. Main and 4th fits .
Plain ami Fashionable
Sol"ii, , liitlrs.Tiihlt'M.
In, loi, ItedatrilUs,
l llll tlHlisls, '
II nt lliiiki,
AT KEAS NABLE PK1CES!
f WtUI.DSAV TO ALL I NT K II F.ST K I),
' Ibat 1 have the best aiisui ttnent uf Parlor and
C hamtH-r Milts tn this fit , and uouul invite ou lo
oall and are tor yoursflvrti, and at as low rates as
the) cau htolttrtltiedelewhrre.
IN K06Q w OOD (BOLID;
l!pb.rlteied In rti-,with rich, Wedaldon Centres.
Alao, in UrteeliNtflle and Hair t loth. Also,
Chamber Suitt, in Jiottwrxi.
OAK and W Al.NCT.coDiplcte A1Uik's What Note,
ul the 1 j in- T oi iU r.
I would say tn unurlusion thai they are mannlfu'
turetl t- ni.f If, ttnti Oiild b pImmimI to ha oti
oomc and a.t my tm-i. uf Furniture, whether )ou
buy or nut.
0. P, DOVER,
apro Corner of 4th anil alalu streets
!f !lXKS just received, anil fur sale by
"O jeu u. X Y. D. MiL'Ll.
) 1011 .H. in liriiue order, just reoeived.
jelJ u. A . SHU LI..
Jl'ST received a choice ass.irtmeiit of Bot
tle, for presenilis. Krult ot Kvery aim!.
Then, txitfi.'. areuia'ic rspreaal) lor lteeilug fruit
am t.ufitb ol ttoui, and iu any climate.
H B. ROUE,
ai)M DnujKl.t, 1, hale stra.t.
WEST'S HOTEL. ; .
Columbus aviuus and Watar BUsatr
.. unto. . J -
Z'i: wksi. I trt-to.
GOOKY'S Liitli lUk, fyf May,jUatr,j'