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Wholesale nnJ Retail Dealer in
FURNITURE, CHAIRS AND MATTItASSES!
ALL OF HIS OWN MANUFACTURE,
I LS". I? .V'STIXOTI.Y tlNDKIWT(K)l) THAT I KKIX NOT.I1NQ BUT
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COUNTRY DEALERS, TAKE NOTICE I
,.'.Wi" f,'.,,,p.'r T." wl,h article "f Medium .nil Common rnmltnr. and ,,
iiy I.OIn.lnn.tl. I am now m.nulnrln, ever. dr.orl,tlon of PLA IN tf ok K a .
'fadeoran. Can. S..II hair., Bur.,.., T.ble..r.,fc..,.l,., loi lh. Whol.llSi;lu.? ,,,",,,
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WARDROOMS ON MAIN ST., NORTH
..v...... "r"nUOu. .ir.i,.i.r irtn,D.ytB Ohio.
WILLIAM it. a iu.s Mr
" """" '. mm cusafk
Clulnutl, ..4 .heed of any .nlMMUbllrt.
l,1MU" ' showing my .too, v.h,ther person
OP SECOND, BAST BIDS, MO. 80
Railroad Time Table.
Trains arrive and depart as follows:
" !.. a.rivk.
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON DAYTON.
8.00 . m.
I". 31 . in.
7,15 p m.
8,45 p in.
M.n.i . m
4,00 p ra
7,:t p in
SANDUSKY, DAYTON, A CINCINNATI.
Hprlngneld k Cotua. Kx. I T,M
6,10 a m.
Delaw.r. A dev.. Ex. 8.00 . m
Hanrtuiky, . 11,14 . m
Delaware Bvpre.s, 7 40 p m
7,S0 . in.
1,40 p n.
T,40 p in
J. 65 eta
DAYTON A MIOIIHIAN
In Train, . . g no . m
M " I T.S4 p m
DAYTON A WKSTKHN,ToIndiaaapoTis.)
.J0 . m I o.2o
11.40 a m I 0.16
6,60 p m 1.1A
URKKNVILLK MIAMI, (To Indianapolis,
lt Train, . . 8 10 a m I 10.56 am
U " J 00 P I 66 p m'
o a vtoSTx K N I A "d6'LU M B vX.
1t Train, - 110.0.. ml ll.SO.m. f
ti " .16 p m I 6.6S am. j
" - , I.JO a m 6,110 am,
Coal, Wood & Lime!
WOULD KKSPECTKULLY AN
nounoe to the eltlren. of Dayton anil vicinity
that hot. prepared to.upply In large nr .mall tiuen
tltleaallwho may favor him with . o.ll, with tho
Uit quality nf
YOUOHIOOHENT PERRY CO.
O O J. Xj .
AUIO.HR II All UN HAN II
A GOOD ARTICLE OF WOOD,
WHICH nr. Wll.l.tCI.I.
Hei.aleo prepared to deliver In any part ol tin
Which I. tho mo.t deelrahle Itnio brought tothli
city. All order. promptly filled,
Yard and Office, on Third street, near the Xenl.
BOOTS, SHOES, 1C, IC!
NEW WORK, at the OLD STAND
No. SI, Jefferson Kirort.
"It I. now Mttlrd th.t tli. lhhtiko hr.lth of awl
men, women .n,t children, depend, on the condition
of their .U1.C. I"
l uui.U KIM'fXl KULLl HAY
the Citizen. Of I.AVton And UM'nitni.lfia. nnn
try, thnt hie Spring and Summer otock it now com
iiletr, oonsiitiiiKol nil kindi uf LkOlea, MliicB'.AniJ
-inm-cn uouii, Miuei, Unitire, Ac, with btela
wnnoui; mini iar ftiiortment of Mrni
iil Youths' Hoot. Gnitert. undOxfoni Tlti
Hftving purohABcd hii itock rtjrht from the ftcto
rtet for cAih, rutlei him to eliae cheap, or cheap
er tha i any other house iu thla city.
Hi alio hna a UrKf auppiy of Mrni1 Patent Lffith
fir Boot, Gaiter aui Uxloril Tia Toui. which he will
make to order to lit the toot.
He keepe oon.tantlvetnplered the beat workmen,
and la prepared to do all kltida or Custom Work on
All riiis repaired freeof charge.
HefteksA liberal share ol public patronage, and
feels contldent thi.t hecan pletvse all who order work.
numcmiHr meom an.i lavorite placet&l,Jefteraon
street, below the market.
X c p
-i a 3
p i o
SMITH Si, WESSON'S
roa iAi.c at
LANGDON'8 HARDWARE STORE.
NO. 78, MAIS STUStT.
THIS Pi.tol ia the lihtet one in the
world that ha. force. Weight only Ten Ounce..
I. loaded quicker th.n other Pi.tol. are capped.
I. sure fir. under all olreum.tance.. No Injury I.
canted to the Arm or Ammunition by allowing It
to remain loaded any length of tlmo. It l...o .Im
pie In 1U ooii.truuilou that It 1. not liable to get
out or order.
It iw Perfectly Sinfe tornvry!
The oyllnder hold, aevea, .hota. Two more than
other .mall pUtoi.. B,y7
Langdons Hardware Store
JOlNTSTUKI.h Pole. tl,W -- ..npii
Hr. Balsuce, Alulttplylua: MFVCT?i
flaln Keel., 16to4,00 each.
Ha.. Uulde. and Tip.,
tire.., Silk and Linen Line,,
Mktra Limerick Hook, aud Snood..
. mil, lures ' ;.,
Wliolcsale fc Retail
Liquors and Tobaccos,
HAVK JUST REC'D. AND Ol'KNED
a Kno .took ot good. In their lln.
Ail or which they .Mnil ready to dlliio.e of on a.
HKASUNAULK TKHUa a. any other t.tabltahmeiit
lu th. ol,y.
They Invite particular attention to th.lr atock,
atnlldeut of their nt.tlUy to pie.... janll
IE I A.3XTO S !
TNVlTKrf TUB ATTENTION OK THE
A public to bl. tn. large .took of P1ANOH, now on
o.hlbtUo. at kt. W.reroom
No 232 Haaton Hall,
oeW-ly OA V TON, OHIO.
Opening Every Day!!
TO THE LADIES
TMIE UNDERSIGNED LIAS RECEIVED
nor now apriug .toe. oi
lUlllinery and Fancy Ooodalli
Her atock of bonnet, i. largo and eon.l.ti of llk,
Htrew, Craie., and all other Kind, that the Spring
Trade demand., alio keep, al.ooa hand a .pleudla
Flower., Ribbons, Bilks, Crapes, Shemelles,
LSonoeU, baoo., tieaa Ure.iies.Uaps,
Children's 11 u and Kluts,
All of whleu.h. oRor.at LOW PRICKS, at her old
and weu-knowa w,i.uii.nmoni. au..oUclt.aco..
Uuiuqm of th. public patronage.
(ja-aioMbUf . Trimming Jon. o. ahortaotlse.
Btru. xi. nunAAU,
tla. II tia street, ttear fourth,
- DAI ION, onto,
w. hav. now in .tore a aplcndld .took of
Rich snil New Designs.
Hruagcls, 3 I'Its,
Which woofler very. heap for "CA.H." Ai.4-4
1-4, and -4 white and .hacked Straw Matting.
CHEAP :ASH STORK
IQH.N. VAW noRtland I'O.
Holmes' Imperial, Self-adjusting Netted
BOMETH1NO NEW AND arTpBHTVii
DoukUss A Sherwood's Aditi.table Rustle
25, '.'7 and 30 Snringn, PICOI.OMINI
Ju.treo.lred and for.al.at oa.h ortee.
. i,r" JHNJN ooitkTia'rtt.
Rich, Fancy Silks,
Ilich, Folard Silks,
Rich Bernges nd
Rich Printed Berages,
JUST RECEIVED AT THE WTvrjo-
. .Jo.HNi.yAN DORKN and CO.
Great Bargains in
Plain, black silks.
Can be had by calling at the
"DASH BTORB" of
JOH,N, VAN OOHKN and CI).
Black Tumartine Cloth,
Rlack Grenadine Rerage,
Rlaok Silk (iron&dine,
Rlaok Byadero Reroge,
Rlack Rerage Holes,
1B.-Ir KnnA I.Hni
Rlack French Organdies, '
GnOfi BtitttV Vlftllvninf Pvinll
and Gingham, at the
tASH store of
aprS JOHN, VAN DOHEN and CO.
OUR Cu.tomere, having unaettled account, with
u, wlllpleaaoobeerve, th.t wa have reduced
tatrlctly to Cnsli !
And being dee iron, to o lorn our hook, at th. e.rliett
po.lhle period, would a.k tho attention of all loan
JOHN, VAN DOKEX It CO.
Maith m, 1B6S.
The Largest and Cheapest
Lawns, Brilliantees and
In the rlty, k. to he found at the .tore of
D. AV. WINTERS.
Also. H, full lififfiif ntliar kind, nf
Dress Go ods.
In great variety, from the Cheafeit to the Btrr.
An I m menu tn.. !-. th.. , . i , ,
... , 1 IU IUUBU 1 II .IIJ
other houae In the cltr. None kept but the atiT
QUALITY AMD ITVLF.. F. THE PRICK..
81I.K, KID AND L1SLK
LACE AND SILK MANTLES AND CAPXI!!!
U.UMSA.U lilit ntlNS.
No. 94, Main street.
D. W. WINTERS.
NEVV GOODS ! !
Just Received, March 26,
No. 86 mnln Mrcrt,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE LOT.
J. COFFMAN & CO.,
ImKrteraand Wholoealo Dealer, tn
Foreign and Domestic
HATS AND CAPS,
Olovea, Boalary, Flre-Worka, Fancy
POCKET CUTLERY, A0., &o ,
HO. 321 THIRD STREET,
North Sid., Oppo.iu the Town Cloek,
Between k.nel.ly,HIc'lntlre kl o.'. and Main atreet'
JACOB C0FTMAH. O.V. 0SBOHH.
HATS OF ALL KINDS,
All Qualities and Prices!
HjS SSI lBHi4)Wi7
Has Just reoeiveU and nu offers
The Latest Styles
HATS & CAPS!
CmbrMlug tvery variety (
CASSIMERE AND SILK,
Straw and Falm Leaf llatal!
"Morphy" Straw Hats!
10 DOZ. SCOTCH CAPS.
CAPS In Great variety, ami at prloee th. moat fa.
vorabletu purchaaer.. aprlt-dAwtf
AT HIS OLD BTAND,
On Sta at., between Jaflaraon Canal,
Cars 0OMSTANTLT OK BAUD
Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, ktH it.
Of ha Lateat Style and Beat Quality. Old Carrta'
gea lAk.u t. exchange for new, and a liberal orua
allowed. ALL WORK WARRANTED.
POT REPAIRING Dona on bhort Notioal
a rim lot or
Latest by Telegraph.
Additional Foreign News by the
The fillowing i. the first announcement
of the great Rattle fought on the 4th, by a
telegram from Napoleon to the F.mpreas.
NOVARA, June 4th, 11:30 PM.
A great victory has been won at the bridge
of Magenta: Five thoiuand prisoner, have
been taken, and 15,)m of the enemy are
killed or wounded. The detail, will ho dis
patched by telegraph.
The abore diapatch was puhlialietl in Paris
on Sunday, the 6th, and on the evening of
that day, the cannon of the Hotel des Inval
idea announced the Tictory, and the city was
brilliantly illuminated. On the following
day the Mmileur publiahed the following
dispatches front the Kmiieror to the Km-press:
MAGENTA, June 5th.
yesterday our army was under orders to
march in Milan aorona tho bridges thrown
over the Ticino, at Turbigo. The ordur was
well executed, though the enemy, in great
force, oirored a determined rcsiHlonco. The
roadway was narrow, and during two hours
tho I mm' rial (tu.rd sustained, unsupported.
the Shock of tho enoiny. In tho meantime
Gen McMahon niado himself niaater of Ma
genta, and after the most sanguinary con
Dicta, the enemy was repulsed at ereiy point.
MAGENTA, June 5.
Austrian taken prisoners aro at the
most 7, Out), and the Austrians placed hortdu
combat are 20,000.
i hree pieces of cannon, and two Hags were
1'o-day our army rests, for the nurnose
of re-organizing itself. Our loss is about
W'K) killed and wounded, and one cannon
taken by the enemy.
The following dispatch also received from
the Emperor to the Empress, on the tith.
and bulletined on the Rourse:
"HEADQUARTERS, Monday, 8 A. M.
Milan is insurgent. The Austrians have
evacuated the town and castle, leaving in
their precipitation the cannon and treasure
of the army behind them.
we are encumbered with prisoners, and
have taken 12 AX) muskets."
A dispatch received at Taris, Monday
night, save the munirinalitv nf Milnn. tiro.
claimed Ring Victor Emanuel, and has pre
sented an address to mm in the presence oi
the Emperor. . To-morrow the Kine will
make his entry into Milan.
The following are Austrian accounts, vi
The Austrian com-Riondenco of Suntlay,
the fth, contains the following authentic
The details and results of the battle of
Magenta are still expected. The Austrian
army had been transferred during tho night
of the 4th to Abbiati Grsse. The samo
news state the combat was undecided, and
that a further light was expected on the next
VIENNA, June 6th,1 1/2 A. M.
conflict took Dlaoe on Satur
day, between the 1st and 3d, Count Clairs
and Prince Litch.stein's, corps d' arnie,
and the enemy, who had passed the
l icino in a very considerable force. The re
sult of the combat waa undecided. Thr
combat was continued on Sunday, this
troops threw themselves upon the enemy's
flanks, and showed a valor and perseverence
worthy of the most glorious feats of arms of
the Imperial army.
Milan is perfectly tranquil. The head
quarters, yesterday, were still at Abbiati
An Austrian telegram from Vienna rrives
a singular view, but adds, that the authori
ties and weak garrison of Milan, with the
exception of tho Castle garrison, have with
drawn, at the .command or Gyulai. The
town is quiet.
The following messago from Vienna had
been published by the Frankfort papers,
without any guarantee as to its authen
ticity: Vienna. Through the opportune arrival
of tho Corps d'Aruie of Hold Marshals
Clair and Guilos, on the battlo field, tho
Austrians were victorious after a hard tight,
and the French were thrown back over the
Latest. Wednesday, June 8th. Tho
Times this morning published a sumanary of
the officials received at Vienna, up to mid
night of Monday. It is as follows:
1 here was a tierce battle at Turbigo and
Bufialora on the 4th. At first only two
brigades of the first corps were engaged, but
they wore subsequently reinforced and this
afternoon the third Austrian corps took part
in the action, and thoro was very hard fight
ing, at Bufialora, sometimes to the advan
tage of the French and sometimes to that of
the Austrians. The battle lasted till late in
the night and was continued on the 5th.
At Magenta, the allies made no progress.
On this day, two fresh Austrian corps were
engaged, and in the afternoon the Austrians
took up a flank position between Abbiati
Grasse and Binasco.
The Austrians have taken niany prisoners.
The loss on both sides was very great. The
Austrians had four Generals and five staff of
ficers wounded; one major was killed.
The movement which preceded the battle
of Maganta is not clearly stated, but it was
previously announced, that the allies were
about to cross the Ticino to the number of
one hundred thousand men, and it is pre
sumed the rapid movement of the allies pre
vented the Austrians from completing the
retreat which they had commened, and com
pelled them to accept battle on the banks of
The London Post says.that McMahon was
raised on the battle field to the rank of Mar
shal. The Paris correspondent of the London
Po.it says that the Emperor was present on
the field of battle, but did not command in
There is a report, that Gen. Canrobert
was severely wounded, and that five French
Marshals or Generals were wounded. The
Patrit says that Marshal Baraguay D'llil
liers waa removed from command and re
placed by Gen. Forey. .
NEW YORK, June 20.
The bank statement for the week ending
Saturday last, exhibits the following : De
crease of loaus, $l,15!l,00O ; do. circulation
$110,000; increase Of specie, $1,065,000 ,
Io. nett deposits $244,000.
BOSTON, June 20.
The Traveler learns that the friends of
Cyrus W. rlunimor have failed to obtain
the interference of the President, and that
lie will be hung in the jail yard on Friday
Famine in Canada West.
TORONTO, June 20.
Accounts from the fourteen Huron Dis
tricts, state that the greatest distress pre
vails there, from the want of food; and un
less immediate relief is afforded a general
starvation will ensue.
NEW YORK, June 20.
The Somerset, N. E., Telegraph reports
that a terrible tornado, accompanied by
rain, passed over a portion of Embden, on
Wednesday last, prostrating houses, barns,
trees, and everything in its course.
In one of the barns, two persons, a Mr.
Clark and Mr. Jolcut, weis injured. A
house belonging to Mr. John Redman was
demolished, and Mrs. Redman, and her little
child, and another woman, who was in the
house, were more or less injured.
Mrs. it. was carried eome distance anions:
the whirling timbers, and udanirerouslr. if
Portions oi tbe demolished buildinn were
carried a distance of two miles. It was
fearful wind. ac4 it it wonderful that no
tore prraous irreruly injtrd.
Treasury Note Loan.
WASHINGTON, June 20.
The propoaala for th five million Treasury
note loan was passed to-day by tho Hecru
tary of the Treasury, and alwut thirteen
millions and a half were bid for. Two mil
lions, seven hundred thousand ware award
ed at rates under six per cent., fifteen thou
sand at a rate from b'.OtO' percent., and
one hundred thousand were awarded at 5
per cent. All the other bidders proposed
six per cent.
Butter llli)f IttrgJOe
Lard 9411)1 Vc
Pntatoea, new, per hu, P'lfit'JO 9n,U
Dried Apple., per bu ti.lii per lb. lie
" Pe.rhe. 4,00 lie
Corn Meal " An nil
Onions " CD I on
Klonr, per bbl., (!,9.'(a)fi,7i 6.70
Born 70(3 7S
Hay ,1GVM7 ton
Timothy aecd 1 ,50
Clover aaed vSS
Ship .tuff .3D per ton
CINCINNATI, June 21.
Flour firm. $7,7i for auperBne. Western
7, 00 lu) 7, 85.
Provisions buoyant. Mpbs Pork flG.OO.
Wheat steady. While 1 .4iititl ,l'.i); Red 1,40
Onrn active at HOftfHG
Hye in fair demand at !).'.
Harley dull at COMn.'l.
Oata,5:t for prime.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, June 21.
Flour advanred Ohio $tii8. SO for auper
State, G,40(6.65 for extra do; 6,.'.0(iifi 911 for
common tnood extra Western, fi,tlU(a7,15.
Kve Flour at 4,HO(5,00
Wheat buoyant. White l,79ciM,83Va'iRed II,
Oom firm atl-ICdMa fnr mixed; White 8I(
e3. Oats dull at 47frt5i
Pork firm. Mess, $16,00; Prime, $14,50.
Whi.ky dull at
AND DKAI.HR IN
Fine Imported Wines,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
VEEPrf CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
AV a general variety or Krutt.. He la alio agent
for the .ale or old Hourbon VYhl.k y,
NO. 301, SECOND STREET,
H.xt door to A. Ouiup's stone front Dry Ooodi
wre, .... DAYTON, OHIO.
100 Baga Prime Coffee,
B. O BHIEN.
SO Bbla. Molasses. E. O'BRIEN
100 Packagon Fine Teas,
1O0 Boxes Tobacco, D. O'BHIEN.
20 Hda. Sugar, E. O'F .4IEN.
74 Boxes Bo.p, B. OURIBN
40 Docen Buckets, B. O BRIBN.
40 Bbla. Cr'd. and P d. Sugar,
20 Doaeo Wash-boarda, B. O'BRIEN.
A large atock of Splcea, Cheeae Nuta
and everything that may be needed in
a store of the kind, for aale by
WINES & LIQUORS.
15 Quarter Ca.ue Port Wine,
20 Quarter Casks Brandies,
2 Flpea Holl. Gin, , B. O'BRIEN.
150 Bbla. Old Buorbon Whisky,
75 Bbla. Fine Rye Whisky,
80 Bbla. Rectified Whisky,
Madeira, Sherry, Claret. Muacat, Na
t.TTA. iVATe. t l-TTA
mww mum Auaiaa vtiuoi,
150,000 Imported Cigars,
N. B Aa my stock 1. now complete and well aa
orted, I Invite all who wish to gut Fine orooerie.,
Wine, and Liquor., free from drug., to call .ad ae.
m., and I will do all in iny power to compensate
them for their trouble.
mhU E. O'DRIKN.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
SIR JAMK3 CLARKK'S
Celebrated re mule IMIIs,
Prepared from m pretcription of Sir J. Clarke,
Phytician Extraordinary to the Queen.
Thle Invaluable medicine ! unfailing In the oure o
all thoce painful and dangerotu diaeaaei to which
thefemaleoonitltution la subject. It moderates all
xoeaies and removes sll obitructipus, and speedy
curs may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES
It Is peculiarly suited. It will, In a hurt time, bring
on the monthly period with regularity.
Kaoh bottle, price One Dollar, Iwais the Govern
ment stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeit.
These Vitxs should mot hk tk..ii av r km ale.
nvaiNO the flit Hi' THKKK MONTHS or I'heu-
VANCY, AS THEY ARE SUJIC TO BRINU ON MlS( AM
KMOS, BUT AT ANY OTIIKa TIM K Til KY AUE SAKE,
In all caes of Mervous and fcplual All'rctions,
Tain in the Huck and Limbs, Fatigue nn slight ex
ertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and
Whites, these Pills will etlcct a cure when all other
meant have failed; and although a powerful remedy,
do not contain Iron, calomel, antimony, or anything
hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each pack
et, which should be carefully preserved.
Sole agent for the Dnltedstates and Canada,
JOB MON1ZM, (Late 1. C. Baldwin Co.,)
N. B. $1,00 and six postage stamps enclosed to
any authorised Agent, will Insure a bottle, contain
ing so pills, by mall.
Sold In Dayton by
W. W. HTJCWAHT, and WALTKHS a KKI0.
Dayton Woolen Mill.
TIJIE SubBoriber begs leave to Buy to the
J oltisens of Moutumory and adjoining
counties, that he has bought the Woolen Machi
nery hitherto used by Mr. D. M. Curtis, for the
pnrpova of carrying on the Woolen business.
lie has thorouH-hly rULle.i the Mill, antl added
mors uiaAibluery to it, so that ha Is prepared to do
He will manufacture Woollnto 8at.net, Cloth,
Flannel, plain or checkered, Blankets, Mocking
Yarn, either on shares or by the yard, pair or
pound, lie will
CARD WOOL INTO ROLLS.
Also CARD WOOL aud di'l.N into yarn, aa de
sired. He hopes that the FARMERS wilt bring their
Wool and have it worked into suek goods as they
desire-either by the yard or on shares
All work will be W AKRA1N Ihl) to be done as
promised, or he will take the goods baok and pay
lor tbe Wool. Ueing a practicable workman, and
devoting bis personal attention to the work, he
AM no fears ol giving s at i taction.
PRICKS X1JK SAM K AS USUAL.
Stocking Yarns, Satinets, FUnnels, lilunketi,
Ae , kepi for sale, at wholeaale or retail,
Mr. I). M. OunTis, who is now engaged In the
Mercantile business In tbe same building, will
pay the highest market price in CASH for WOOL,
or exchange dotnestio guodtf, or home-made
woolen goods for the samo.
uty7-6ww WILLIAM FISH.
OA BOXES fine quality Palermo Oranges,
Ov large and sweet, at
BAAitDENBUIia CO. '8,
ray 10 ho. sou, sdst
TAN colored, Sootoh terrier pup "distin
guishing feature" no incumbrance In the way
p( a tail, & a renurkahiy "good leaaer.H f0r B
r" i. r. novotAJM.
aiaaaf f iliaf 1 WAflAAAA aVSlaillBl. Ml mmmu.
r, iz-tviu tr ttt u rohi,
J. M. Watt era fk Dro.,
ec . a
fttT Repairing done promptly I J?t
MsnuraotoryonThlrd ilreet,.dlolnln Montgom
ary Hou.e. uhs
Photographic temple of Art
COR. MAIN AND THIRD BTS.,
T ITAVK RKCKNTLY KKKITTKO THIS
1 well-known (MUcry with all the Impmremente
of the Ptantnrramhto Art, and hftve aale It the mnet
txiniplete and attrnctUe in the oltjr. I have procu
red the rift lit to uee the tolir Cnmrra, the moet Im
portant Improreroent In Photoftmnhy, and am pre-
red toenUr: te Ufa Hit on t'anvaeeoi Puper,
ragu0rrotyp, Ambrotyp, or Mln
Of any kind, and hare them colored in Oil, Crayon,
Water Color, or India Ink, by the very beet Artlit.
Thoie having mall picture, or deoefteeU frlrndi,
tin tiy the above proceii, tenure a correct und dura
ble llkeneie one tbnt will be valued at all time.
I hnveaifjociated with me In the Photofrrnphlcde-
rmrtrarnt Mr. O. U. FINCH, one of the beet Artltti
n the United State., and cordially Invite all to call
and examine hlt-peulmtne recently enlarged they
penk for themtelve).
itaST All work warramtrd, or no charges
will he made,
mill T. J. HOBINSON.
One Horse shoeing shop,
ON THIRD STREET,
A .few doors East of the Post Oppicr,
THE Subscriber Is now better prepared,
than ever to acootnniodate his old eu.touer.. noil
th. piihilc, in th.
In It. v.rlou. tranche.. Particular attention
will he given to all lam. hor.ea, such a.
II it hoof., and hoof-hound, andoorn.ln their feet,
will be cured .atir.etory to tbe owner of auch nor
ae., and ir not, money will he relunded.
ALSO. Hor.e. that Interfere will be .hodtnpre
vent It, and warranted, or money refunded.
He will lier.,inallv .unerliilend all work enrrii.1,1
to hi. onre. Thankful Tor pa.t favors, he reaiiect fully
1 a.k. a continuance of the patronage of hi. old ou.
; toraer., and will be hnppy to aotMiiumodnte a. ntauy
n.wuimnaui.ji.iuillim will, a cm I,
apra-dawly NATHAN 8IKFERMAN.
(Journal and (;axctt oopv sin.)
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1 H A ft
HENRY L. BROWH,
BROWN & IRWIN,
DEALKRSINJUNIATTA IRON NAILS,
Steel Anvil., Vice., Bellow., Pile., Spring, and
Axle., In all their varletle., and Manufacturer,
of Stove, and Hollow Ware by mo.t approved pat
tern., all of which will be .old onth. mo.t rea.on
bleterm.. Wa are th. lilQcexor. of Samuel B. Brown, at hi.
old stand on th. corner of Flr.t .tid Mill .treat.,
Head of the Basin, llayton, UUlo. Our founder; 1.
t the foot of Ludlow street.
Mnuufiacturera A Machinists,
WillHndat BROWN h IRWIN'S a general assort
ment of Heavy Bar and Slab Iron Steel,. to.
Will find at BROWN k IRWIN'S th. best or Bar,
Horse shoe, and Nail Rod Iron, Files, Rasps, Bel
lows, Vice., Anvils, aud other Toole.
CnrrluKennd Wagon makers,
Will And at BROWN h IRWIN'S a large assortment
of Dandy. Busity and Wagon Tire, Springs, Axles,
Hub Bands, Carriage and Tire Bolta, etc
Plow and Harrow Makers,
Willnnd at BROWN anil IRWIN'S a larg. assort
ment of Slab Steel and Slab In, of varioua ilioi,
Will And at BROWN and IRWIN'S a large lot of
Hoop and Band Iron. feh'io-dawly
Portable grinding & boiling
HAVING MADE AN ARRANGEMENT
with the Patentee, we are now prepared to fur
nish to order the above Mills, of any sUe, burrs and
bolts. The Mill Is simple in its construction, hav
ing very little machinery oconpylng but Utile
space, itnd warranted to do more work with the same
amout of power, and make as good equality of flour,
as any Mill now manufactured. Proprletorsol Saw
Mills, especially those that use steam, would And It
to their advantage to purchase one of these Mills,
for the purpose of doing custom grinding either
wheat, oorn or other grain. The Mill will be sold
with or without tho bolt. The principled the Mill
is equally applicable to the construction of large
Merchant Mills, and persons about to build, would
do well to call and examine.
We will also furnish with the Mills, Bolting
Reels of any size and length, Smut Machines, Wheat
Cleaners, 1- lour Packers, etc.
Orders respectfully solicited.
PKANK. CLKOG fc CO.,
Buckeye Foundry, cor. sd and Wyandot els.
NOW, tbat the inn oomes out rather strong,
and flies will dunce In It, It Is very comfortable
to have the room shaded. The subscriber has a goad
supply of window shades, window paper, and tlx-
iut., iur siaj uu rvnauanuje irrius.
Fast 3d street, 4 doofs from Main at.
A LITTLE LEFT YET.
rpIK Subscriber has a small quantity of
X Dried Fruit left yet ae good tart Apples,
sweet dried Peaches, peeled and unpeeled nice tine
flavored German Cherries, Kt. Catherine Prunes,
Pears i and last, but not least, some of those Clack
berries, not to mention his well selected stock of
other prime Groceries', and fur sale by
myt7 Fast 3d street, 4 doors lrom Main at.
THE Subscriber bas lately received in a
lot of stone Ware a few stone Water Coolers,
holding six gallons, a cheap article also jar,
crocks. Jugs, pans, butter jars, fruit jars, aa well aa
a general assortment of earthen crocks, pie dishes,
stove crocks, ae., and for sale cheap by
myl7 Baat 94 atreet, 4 doors from Main st.
Oregon Saddler Shop!
MITCHELL & M'GAUSLAND
Corner ot Fifth & Wnvne streets.
Manufaotur. and keep sonatantly oa hand .very
Of th. best malarial and maka.
ror GASH, Fscclusively I
It la tho only house in thla city that manufactures
CURLED HAIR CASK COLLARS.
Wo return our aiucerethanka for past favors, and
respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
cut. ens ana rarmers are ooruieuy invited to oall
and see us. MiTCHELL MiGAUaLAND.
U. A. OKIUKK has associated with him
mJ in the practice of medicine and surgery, Dr. J
L-Stephens, late of St. Johns Hospital, Cincinnati!
DroieaetiMi. OAea, uita aael eoruor yf Fifth a
riviiui ut-iv- wiun BU Mill ID iii.i
jj i s
"-v. ' j
i ' si
Thla haw and beautiful style of RUMMP.R HAT
rei elved and for sale by
Chamberlain & Parker,
SI4, THIRD STREET.
GROCERIES SPRING STUCK
DIMM & DRO.,
IIKAO OF Till: 1IAKIIV,
HAVK JUST RKCEIVKD TI1K1U
spring atof.. embracing In part.
100 Bags Prime Kin t'otlee.
1? do Java anil Mocha.
Fine stock of all xlmls of Sugar.
AO.oou Ktinu. extra S. C. Ham..
4i,ixii) do do Sliouldora.
Kl.iOO do do Slilee.
tO,oX) II... extra 8. C Pried Reef.
100 bll.h. choice White Bean.,
fto butt. a..ort d Virginia Tobacco.
So Ghent, andnadilie. a..orted Teas.
SO boxes No. 1 (.ernian soap.
do Pure Oorn Stareli.
94 do Salaratua.
SO do Noila.
SO,000 fine Cigars.
7 siu'li. Dried Peache. anil Apple..
A large lot of Krenh White Kl.h, Pickerel, Shad,
Ba, ( oillt.h anil M.nkrrel.
loo hhl.. No. I K.iuily Flour. niMe
I. N. WINTER7
NO. 113, MAIN 8TRKET, '
Between 3d and 4th ata., Dayton, O ,
'PAKES tliis method of informinK the
-a- citizen, of Da, ton and vicinity, that he ha.
now in hi. employment .evernl excellent workmen,
and that he I. prepared tn in.ke to order, In the beat
.tvleof the trade. and according to the mint fanhton
aKlo out, Uentlemen'a t:iothlng of all almia. He
warrants all hla Hork to give perrect satlstactlnn,
and respectfully solicit, a liberal share of public
DeCoursey & Goynes,
r8hlonaTU Barbers and Hairdreaaara,
fiaseratnt of Munrlny's New Buildins;,
South- West Corner of Jrjfemon ami Mark et.
HAVING fitted up their rooms in the best
style, they aro prepared to attend tn the gentle
men of Dayton In the Shaving and Hair Dressing
line In a very superior manner. They are now
running three chairs. They only ask ft trial, and
are confident they can please all who give them a
MRKV. H. CKOSBY respectfully an
nounces to those Interested in the cultivation
of Vocal Music, that he will commence with an
elementary cla-s at his Music Hall, 107 Main St.,
(over the Music store) as soon as a surllclent num
ber of names oan be obtained to make it an ot. cct for
htm so to do.
Those wishing to Join the classt are requested to
call and leave their names, at their earliest conve
nience. Tickets for 13 Lessons. $1,50
fl-Tickets for the course must be obtained on or
before commencing the lessons, my?
T,C()AL! COAL!! "
A M ORDERS liKI'T KITHKR WITH
il- Ksrpitr. Torrenc. or L. Woodhull,! will lie
omptly tilled by
novIS 0. ASIAR f
WHEELEll & WILSON,
Corner of Tulid and Jefieison,
DA V TON, - OHIO.
WE offer tbe Wheelor & Wilson Sewing
Machines, with important Improvements, at
ft reduction of S'Jfton former prices, and tomeetthe
demand for a GOOD, low-priced Family Machine,
have Introduced a NKW STVLK, working upon the
same principle, and making the same stitch, though
not so highly nuiahed, at
FIFTY-FIVE DOLLARS t
Theelegance, speed, notselessness and simplicity
of the Machlre, the beauty and strength of stitoh,
being ALIKE ON BOTH SIDKS, impossible to ravel,
and leaving no chain or rldgo on the under side, the
economy of thread, and adaptability to the thickest
or thinnest fabrics, has rendered this the most suc
cessful and popular Sewing Machine now made.
At our various offices, wo sell at New York uri-
oos, and give instructions free of charge, to enable
purchasers toaew ordinary seams, ncm, leu, quilt,
gather, bind and tuck, all on the same Machine, and
warrant it for three years.
SEND OR CALL FOR A CIRCULAR, containing
list pii iivumri, priuea, (vsiiinuuinii, rus,
jaul6 W. SUMNER J. CO
ANOTHER NEW BOOK
DR. BONAPARTE'S GREAT WORK.
FRIVATK (MMDKTO HEALTH
HKPKKsKNTINti ALL the diseas
es of the genital organs oi tlie
male and female, with the latest
discoveries in reproduction. The
amioieq snouiu use no remeiiiis
teforo k'arulng from this valuable
work the surlority of the au
thor's Paris and tendon treatment
o( private diseases both married
aud single should oonsu't It. This
book tvlls how to cure the follow
ing Diseases, and enlightens those
who it-roue tn darkness:
tionnorrhuiK. Gleet, chordee. Stricture. Phvmni
sis, Priplivniosis, Gravel, S)phllls, Uubo, Warts,
Blotches, Sensualism, Seminal Weakness, Meustur
batlnn or Nelf-abuso, Leucorrhea or Whites, Sup-
n tirevent Prevent Preftnaucy. Menstrantlnn. Hair.
renness, Rheumatism, fcu. Jt treats on Midwifery,
Abortion, MUcarriage. celehauy, wllh remarks tn
the young and old of both sexes. It tells how to
uisiinguisn pregnancy anu now to avoid it, Ac
Fertcot 8 ilouard airaintit Quackery.
Fortieth edition luO.Ouu roidcs sold annually.
1 his booa sent under seal, post paid, to all parts
of the world, on the receipt ol lib cents, or live cop
ies for SI.
Dr. Itoiiupurte'aUrent Preventive
Thtmilmple, healthful and, yet elteotualprevent
lve Is beyond a comparison with anything yet dis
eovered. It has be, n proved by years of experience,
and in no lustauce has it tailed when appliud ac
cording to direction. Married people who do nut
wish tolncrea etholrfamllles, should be In pusetss-
ion o i mis insirument. rinse reuuceiito 90.
Dr Bonaparte's French Patent Male Katet This
article enables those whose heulth or clroumstan
oes i.c not permit an increase ol family, to regulate
or limit tho number 01 their offspring, without in
jurlng theconatitutlon. It lathe only sate and sure
preventive against pregnanay and disease. The
above artiele is specially Intended to fulfill this de
sideratum) It Im perfectly sale uometalicsubstanco
enters Into Its composition. The price of the
Freiush Patent Mole Sale, one dollar the singieone,
four dollars ier half doxen, and seven dollars per
Madame Lozler's Female Monthly Pills Is a safe
and reliable remedy lor suppressions and all female
diseases. Ladles should nut use them during plug
nancy, as they will produce miscarriage. Price, one
dull.tr per box extra tine llvedollars. Sent to any
address by mall, post free. No letters will be an
swered unless the; coutaln ft remittance or a postage
All orders addressed to Dr. E. Bonaparte, No. 18.,
Hyisamore street, between Filth and Sixth streets,
Cincinnati, Ohio, will be punctually attended to.
Dr. 11. can beciusu.ted upon all secret diseases. He
is unquestionably acknowledged to bo the cham
pion and king of Venereal Diseases, and only Phy
sician lu Ota Union who has traveiedon tho contin
ent of Kurojte, md the only Doctor who has visited
their celebrated Ho-pltals, as well as their medical
institutions, and receiving their monthly reports,
otters to sll those who desire to consult a profession
al parson, the result ol forty years experience lu the
Hospitals or Europe and America Confidential con
sultation dally, from S a. f. until 10 r. Si.
Strengthening Plasters ! !
TIIK8K 1'IaBters aro excellent remedies
In oases of pain and weakness In the side,
breastor backt also rheumatic a fleet ton a. eouuim
asthma, sprains, brulea, aud kidney or spinal eiteo
tions. The Arnica, Gaibanum, Pi ton, Pour Man's
and Hemlouk Plasters, are taauufautured of various
si-ies, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, by
B. A. GRIFFITH,
51, Broadway. Clnoiunatl.
and supplied to dealer, and druggist, on a. good
term, aa aur aiaauLwtuian la LU. Uaitaal Slate.,
l.4 t a
TIIE LIVE U
PREPARED BT DR. BANFORD,
Compounded Ktillrtlj Irom (.uma
TS ON K OK THE J! EST rUltOATIVR
1 and Liver Meillclnes now hf for. the puhll., that
acts ns a cathartic, easier, mlliier and more rSertil.
.1 than any other medicine known. It 1. not only .
t'athartic, but a Liver remedy, acting Hr.t onth.
Liver tn eject the morbid matter, then onth. stomach
knd bowels tn carry off that matter, tliu. accomplish
ing fwopurpo.es effectually, withoat any of th.
painrul teollng. exiierlenceil In the operation of
mint Cathartic.. It .trengtben. the .y.lem at th.
inn time that It purge. ll and when takrn dally
In moderate dine., will strengthen and build It up
with unusual rapidity.
Thel.lvraisoneofthe, prlnclp'l rei'latrnnfth.
nman boilyiand when II ft perloinia its funrtlona
well th. powers of the, system ar. fully develop
ad. The.tumach I. al-0 mo.t entirely dependent
on the healthy action of Ihe Liver for the proper
performance of It. funo- f" tlon. when the atomach
I. at fault, th. .bliwel. are at fault, and Ihe whole
ay. tern .utliT. In oon.e- iUuceof one orgnn th.
Live. having ceased ' to do It. duty, lor the
dl.ea.ea of that orgnn, CC one of the proprietor,
he. mad. It his study. m In a practlre ol niorethan
twenty years, to llnii sunie remedy wherewith
to countetaot the many derangement, to which It
I. liable. W,
To prove tbat t hi. ra- wmedy Is at last found, anv
person troubled with', ,1,1 vies t'oMri.AixT, tn any
of Its forms, has but toe,try a bottle, aud convic
tion Is eertalu. !
These Unl remove "' all morbid or bad matter
from the system, .up-plying In thelo plac. a
healthy Sow ol bile. in- iVIxorating the stomach,
oau.liig looil to Olgr.t m well. ruRlrYlNU Til
BI.OOH, giving tone and health to th. whol. ma
chinery, rvutoviiig the., cause ol the dieeaae ef
fecting a radical cure. I4-
Bu.i,ntrs attai xsareicurrd, and what is better,
prevkntco, hy th. oa-.icanlonai use oi the Liven
One dose after eat-1 , lug Is sufficient to reller.
th. stomach and ra-:e;vent the food from rising
.nd souring. j 1
Only one dn.e taken' at nlghti loosens th. bow
ls gently, and cures C Costivkmehs.
One dos. taken after , , eaon meal will our. Dva
r.rsiA. Una dose of two tea-L ispoonfuls will always ra
llevesica Heaiiai'hk., f
On. boltl. taaen for .
female obstruction re-
move. th. eaus. of t he
jdlsea.e, and make, a per-
lect cure. !e,
Onlyou.doselmine-, diatcly relieves Cmolic.
On. dose often re- pealed Is a sure cure for
CnoLE.Aalo.au, .nd . prevent. tit. of Lhol
Only on. bottle l. needed to throw out ol
the .y.lem the ettecta of medloln. .Iter a long
One bottle taken for1, iJaonpii e remove. .11 sal
lowneas or unnatural Wcoiorfrom the. xin.
One don taaen aj ,.hort time before eating
give, vlgjrto th. ap-L petite, and niaxes fcod di
gest well. "-,
On. dos. often re-r ipeated cure. Cnroxic Dl
ArriidtA In It. worst ex forms, while SfMitxr anil
Bowel complaints yield almost to the first dos.
On. or two dose, eg elites attacxs caused by
Worats In children there Is no surer, safer, or
apeodterremedyinthc f wnrld, aa It "never falls."
A few bottles cures' iDiofsv, by exciting th.
W. t.xepleartirelnl recommending this medi
cine .a a preventive:,!, for KEVi:r axii Aooe, Chill
FEVEr, and all Fe- VErs of a Bn.uui TvpE,
It operate, with oer- fl taluty, and tliousand. nr.
willing to testify to Itswomlerful virtues.
All whe as. it ar. giving their nnanimona
t.s imony In Its favor.
-Mlx water in th. month with thelnvlg
orator, arid swallow both together.
THE LIVER INYKJORATOIl
IS A SCIKNTIFIC MKDICAL DIUCOVFRV, and Is
dally working cures, almost too great to believe. It
oures as If by magic, even the first dose giving ben
efit, and seldom more than one bottl. Is required to
oure anyxlnd of I.I VF.R Complaint, from the worst
Jaundice or Dyspeprl to a common Headache, .11 of
which .r. the result of a D1SF.ASKD LIVER.
prh: ons hollas, rr sotti k.
Dr. SANFORo, Proprietor, 84fl Broadway, N. York,
retailed by all Dru.Kists. Sold also by
UHONEWKQ av STEWART.
llay ton, Ohio.
Till CZLIHRATKD HOLLAND RKMKDT FOg
DISISK OF THE KIDXETS,
WEAHKESS OF ANT KINI,
FEVER AND AGUE.
And tho various alfOotlonsoonacquentupoa a dlt
HTOMACFT OltLl VER,
Such as Indlgeatlon, Acidity ofthe Stomach, Colicky
Palna, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, despondency,
costlveness, Hlind and Bleeding Piles. In all Ner
vous, Hhuematlo and Neuralgic Aflectlons, it has
In numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and
In others etleoted a decided cure. -
This is a purely vegetable compound prepared on
scientific principles, after tho manner of the cele
brated Holland Protcssor. Boerbave. Berausenf its
great success in most of the turopeon States, Its in
troduction Into the United States was Intended more
especially for those ot our fatherland scattered here
aud there over the face of this mighty country
Meeting with great success among them , I now ofler
It to the American public, knowing that its truly
wonderful mediolnal virtues must he acknowledged.
It Is particularly recommended to those persons
whose constitutions may have been Impaired by the
oontlnuons use of ardent spirits, or other forma ot
dissipation. Generally Instantanooua in effect, It
finds Its way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and
quickening every nerve, raising up the drooping
spirit, and In fact, infusing new health and vigor In
VA I TIOM
The groat popularity of this delightful Aroma has
Induced many Imitations, which the out. lie should
guard against purchasing. Be not persuaded to buy
anything ! until you have given Boerhave'a Hol
land Bitters a fair trial, tint bnttln will onnvinn
you how infinitely superior it is to all these Imita
tions. Lf-Soldat 1,00 perbottle,orsixbottleefor5,00,by tho
BENJAMIN PAG", JR. & CO.
Phnrinnceiitiats nntl Clirmlalii,
Darn.s k Park, New York. Rulra, Rcatoln A Co.,
Cincinnati. Hubbard A Kubinnon, ISO Main It.,
ag.tiui fur Dayton, Ohio.
NEW l IAJ MlW.
P It I VAT E
Confidential Medical Advice ! !
AT the Buffalo Private UoHpital Kstab
lished for the cure of Syphilis, Seminal Weak
ness and the Seeret luttrmitlis of Vouth and Matu
rity by Da. AMOS . SON, Buffalo, N. V. Office,
corner of Main and Cjuay streets, (up stairs.)
A MOST SMIKNTIKIU INVKNTION.
An Instrument for tho cure nf genital leblllty, or
Nocturnal Kmlaelona, more properly known aa Sem
inal Weakness, etc. Can be permanently cured in
from fifteen days to two months, by the use of this
Instrument, when used conjointly with medicines.
YOUNtl MKN TAKK I'AKTIOUl.AR NOTK'K.
Dr. AMOS and SON take pleasure In announcing
that they have Invented a must important Instru
ment for the cure of the ahove diseases. It has been
subjected to a test by the moat eminent physicians In
London, Paris, 1'hiiadeiphis aud New YorUt It haa
been declared the only useful Instrument which has
over yet been Invented, lor the sure of Seminal
Weakness, or any disease of tho genital organs,
oaused by the secret habits of youth. Price Ten Dola
lars.by Mall or Express.
A CURB WARRANTED.
Dr AMOSandSON have devoted their attention
exclusively to this peculiar class of maladies, and
the relief the have consequently been able to ren
der Iheir fellow-creature, lsfuily testified and grate
fully acknowledged bv convalescent tmtieiita and
others daily arriving In town, from all parte of the
uuua.ii jr. iur i iiv wA'irerji purpose only Ol consulta
tions, while their exertions havebeen crowned with
the most signal advantages yet .rum whst they
have experienced in enquiring Into tho causes of
these infectious uumiilaluts, (Irom their moat si m Die
oondltlou to that of the most dangerous and invet
erate,) they have always en tert at i.ed the possibility
Of their prevention and removal, nnd likewise in
variant)' lounuinai me most nomine ami maiiguAni
forms of disease could a'most Invariably be traced
to oneof the follow In ir causes: Ignorance, neirlect.
or the llletleclaof unsLtllllul or Impropertreatmentt
therefore Dr, AMOS and SON have succeeded In
discovering, In the selection of their remedies, a
sale, effectual and oautloua course) omitting all
couibinatlou of remedies wiilch bear an equivocal
obaracUr, as well aa those whose premature or inju
dicious application mtgnt be productive ot bad con
sequences in thu hands of private individuals. In
shoit, the laudable end of their remedies is the less
oning of a great mass of human misery by tho allev
iation, relief and prevention ol those giievous af
flictions that are iu reality the secret foe of Hie, and
whluh. while thei so extensively surround ua, call
alot d for our skill aud luterlerence for their eater-
Person. In anf part of th. world mav be aucne...
fully treated by forwarding . oorreut detail of their
iae, wiin me reuiiiianoe lor medicine., etc.
Addre. Iir. AMOS and SON. corner M.ln .nd
Quay streets, Buffalo, N. V. janl-dawly
Kt ItOXKS Oraoges, ia prims order, jut.
vV reeelvad. "
ty" D. A F. . SHULL.
rHK United (States D.niooratio Almsass
Joet Nivad sad for sal. by
eel i). and r. IICIJ,