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Dayton & Michigan R. R.
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SHOUT LINK VIA LIMA,
SO Mllai Travel and 3 boar Tim
Diirosi and Chicago.
Two Dalle- Train. On Change of
OH AND AFTBRTI!UR8DAT,JtTNEl,18&.
fralut will leave Dayton at T,48 a. m. ana
8. 15 p, m., for HUney, Lima, Dalphos, Fort
Wayae, Toledo, Drtrolt, Chicago, Qnlney, Rock
IUnl, rtalana, Dunleltn and SlPaul.
Firat Train leaving Daytoa at 7,44 a.m., ar
rival at FnrllYaynsat 1,30 p. m., connecting with
trains on tha Tilsdn, Wshaah W.tera road at
2.16 pra. f r Huntington, Para, Lognnsport and tha
tha South Wait an 4 at Cliiagiet 7,45 p. ro.,ie lima
te eonneat with all evening traini leaving that
elty. Thii train alio connects at Sidney with
trains on tha B. t I. Roi l, Kast and Watt and
at Plqaa with 0. P k T. Road for Colamhm, and
at Waoakonste with Hack for St. Marys, Bremen
i .-A T ! - T . ... T ..In. . . Q 0 It . -.
arrival at Fort Warnaat 3,2& a. m., oonneota
with traini on tlie T. W. A W. U. R. at 4, 10 a.
as , for Defiance, Toledo Detroit: at Chicago at
8,17 a. m;, making; close connections with all
traini for tha Wast and North Want.
lit Train laaraa Chioago 8,17 a.m. Lima 4,16
p. as., ranches Dayton 7-30 p. m.
Id Train laaraa Chicago 7,46 p. m; I.lma 3,40a.n
reach Dayton 7,60 a. tn.
Tha S 41) a. in. Train from Lima oonnacla at
Piqna with Trainion O. P. A I. R. R.for Colura
bai and t.ha East both traini makeclnse eonnec
tiooa with traini on the C. 11. A D. R. R. for Cin
cinnati and tha Sooth.
"Sleeping carl arc attaehtd to all night traini
between Lima and Chicago."
Through Tloaets for Fort Wayne, Toledo, Detroit,
Chicago, ami (mints Weal anil North-west. Aleo for
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and all Eastern cltlea, and
for all loRt p?inti on the Dellelontatnennd Indian
apolis H., R ,oan behad by calling on 8. R. Kino, Tick
at Agant, Union Oapot, ilaytonj or on theditf.rent
agenta on tha line.
Para at low ai by any other route.
Be csruful nnd call for Ticketa bvwayof Lima.
t-The r.atea at Freight tn all Points Bast or Weat
will at alt ttmea he ai lavorable ai are oharged by
Ho Transfers between Da n and Chicago
Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R.
Throe Diily Tri-inn, via. Columbus.
Through tiokoti from Dnytoa to all Eastern
THREE Dully each tray, Itaivtnff Dayton
for tlie ttstt n follows: N.Rht Kxpresrt 1,30.
u.f Day Kspro.'i 10,06 a. m AowmmotlnUon,l6p. m,
Arrivlu.j At Dayton. Accommodation 6 .ft 3 a. m.j
No. 1 Evirens, 11,30 a. tn.) Day Kxrtii, 6,80 p. m.
Trnlni run by Cohimbm time, which It 7 mlnutei
fftiter thn Dayton time.
TJiroiuti tloket cn ho hail for All itern oltiei
by OAlllnon P. It. WarinAU, Ticket Agent, at tho
Depot. K9t Thiril itront.
ll iyton, Xtmit Ar.d Cotiimbut Loavet at 8,30 p.
m., arrival nt 6,08 a. m.
All freight! left At the Depot 1jr 8,30 p. m., will
lorWArJe l tn tie day, hv 6,i p. m, Frciuhta ar
tving at 5,43 u. u. a will bo delivered At 9,tiu. in.
J. I) U HAND, Supt.
C. Warm, Gcn'l. Atc't. apris
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R.
Ciminsrc of Thuct
Oo and after Monday, April 11. 18&9, until Tur-t-ier
not. oo, train will run as tollows;
Ltoaros Dayton Union Depot at 8,10 a m. and
f ,0 I p. M. Arrive at Uuiun at 1 1,50 a. m. and
T,60 p. m.
Leares Union at 7,45 a. m.,and 1,45 p, tn.,
arrlrei at Dayton at 10,65 a. ra,, and 3,55, p. m.
The 6,00 P. M train Inavin Daytou, makes close
eonneotltm At Union with tho Uxpruus train on the
Bdlletontatne roau, for Indlanipoiks, connecting on
its arrival with trains fur LUyotte, Terre Haute,
and all points west, north and north west.
Jjr tiokots and further information, apply to
Samuel W, King, Ooaoral Tickot Agent, Union
Depot, 6th stroot.
II . 0. STIMS0N, bap't.
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. R.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and after Monday April II, 1859,' Pasaen
sjit Traini arillioavetheothitroetDepot,Day
Returning Traini .
At 6.00 a. .m.,8.05 a. m.,1,00 P ni., and 7,80
Will leare Oinelnnatl for Dayton, at 0.00
S. m. 8.00 a. m., 4.S0 p. m. and 6,00 p. m.
Tbe ".30 P. M. train aouth will atop at Oarliile,
Hidiletown, Ilamilton and Olendale, only.
apr DANIKC MoLARBN.dnp't'
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati
81 K The Mail Tn.in loaves the 6th St.
a i tl Dopotat 8,15, at Urbana, 10,00, conneoti
with train for Columlma, and at Clyde with train
for Cleveland and the Kaatj alio with traini for To
ledo, Detroit and Chicago.
K SKUOND TRAIN Cleveland
1 I , I rj F,xprOHa, by way of Sprlnglield and Del
aware, and all Eastern poluta.
7 qn TM1RU TRAIN Night Express
a OU arrivea at Sanduaky at 4,10, connecting with
tratna for Cleveland and the Fast.
nha-tf JOHN II. HUDSON, Sup't.
The Great Direct
EASTERN & WESTE'N
Over the Indiana Ccutral dc lit
& Western Hallways.
ON and after Wednesday, April 20, 1859,
Traini will leave Dayton ai foliowi:
Fint Morning Train leavea Dayton at 6:00 A. M.,
arriving at Indianapolis at U:60 H. making dl
reatoonneotion with Lafayette A Indianapolla R. R.
(or Lafayette and Chicago with Terra Haute A Rich
Boa R. R, for Terre Haute and Vinoeunee, with
MadlaauA fndlanapolli H. R. for Loulavllle, arriving
at Chicagoat :00p. m., et Million aod loulavllle at
4:00 t. h., Vlaoaottm S:00 r. at., Terre Haute at a:oo
Second Train, leavea Dayton at 11:30 a, m, arriving
at Indianapolla at 4:30 p. St., making dlreot connec
tion for St. Louli, arriving in Kt. Louli at :00 a.
' two houn in advance of any other route.
Third Train leave! Day on at 0:44 r. m., arriving
at Indianapolla at 10:60 F. M mk ng direct connec
tion! for all western points.
aprHS JAMES M. SMITH, Sup't.
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD
PKNTS its Entire Loni'th for transport1
J tlon of pmicoger nl freight, affording tlie
shortest, quickest ud 43jieftjcit route to western
M.wurl, low . Knuiai, NebrAflha. and the .New
i)Q anil after Februnrv 14. trains leave Hannibal
for St, .Joseph dally at 9:60 a. m., or upon arrival
ft. m 91, 4. n. n. paanais nam nt. xouix, arriving
ft. Joseph at 7 P. M. same day; oonneotlnK with
ft. line of first cfats packets, whloh leave immctUate
ijr on arrival of train, for Nobrauka City, Omaha,
Counoll QluOSf, Atuisou. Wfitout &ud Leavenworth
TaSa H. A ST. J. R. R. LINE OF PACKETS
It composed of the most elegant and comfortable
steamers on the MisHlsxlppl river, anil run expressly
in aouneotlon with this road; hunts leaving at. Louis
very day at 6 o'ulook p. m. for Hannibal, ii topping
ftuiy at Alton) taking passengers arriving by the
H t nd T. H . A. A tsc. L. Ilaitroada, by whloh
Kasengers from st Louis arrive In St. Joseph In
ours fiom Louisville in 3d hourstalso.fr m tin In
py close coiiDitloa Is made by a Hue steamer with
trains on L'liloaa Qutncy and Toledo A Quinsy
Raiiroatls. Kara lower thau any other route. Hng-
srage checked through and handled free. No efcarge
IUV nwi) uu iiireiwwi vai i
Kmlgrants desiring to aoootnpany their stock, may
depend on going through by Fast Freight impress
Train. Freight taken at lowest ilver rates.
Psytscngers are respectfully requested to consider
this new, short and uneap route before selecting oth
ers, as it has unquestionable advantages over all
T H HOUG H TICK BTS can be purchased at all the
Railroad Ticket OUlces. JU81AH HUNT,
P. H. GROAT, General Ticket Agent.
A. 0. CLARK., Traveling Agent.
af OHM VBTTIaSTOH.
BETTLELON & PRETZINGER,
iuoeessors of J. A. Walters A Co., Wholeeal
peal era In
Imported and Domestic Liquors,
or ALL KINDS.
Ea&t India and Stoughton Bitteis,
Third Bt, 3 door Eaat of tht Poat-offlc
R. A. (iKIHHIt baa aaiociatej with liim
tn th practioeor meuioine and surgery, Dr.
L. atautaans. lata of St. Johns Hoaiiltel. ctnsinn.tl
Prompt sit ant Ion will ba given to ali calls lu tbalr
proiaaauaau imhwum aaai awravr ei rum
jaues xv&scaf - '
Juotioe of the Peace,
AND NOT ART FOBLIC,
m OFFICE, BECKEL BUILDINQ,
0a Jefferson etreet, near the corner of Third,
, In room formerly ooeuplvd by Juttlee Turrtnoe.
Partlcumrattpntlon paid todrawinir DmiIh, Mort
f as, Contrantt, BnntU, and Lrtftnl fapers.
Auo.aolleottons promptly made. aprtl
"emTbootiiT ' "
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of Montgomery and edjolnlnm' eoun
tirs, and will promptly attend to alt 6 u inert en
truitru tohls oare.
Office in OlPirg'e BullJlnj, Third street,
JAMES H. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
AND ROTARY PUBLIC,
WILL GIVE TROMPT ATTENTION
to all bualneae entrnated to nil oare. In Mont
gomery and adjoining oounUva
UKiuft, in me eoona titor or tha
Empire Building, Third itreet, Dayton,
00. F. WALKKR,
A, B. LGAMAM
WALKER & LEAMAN,
lttorncts at JLatv,
HE, 4 1. ESTATE AGENTS,
WILL PRACTICE THEIR PROFE9
alon In the aeveral Courte of Ohio,
OFFICK South aide of Third atreet, betaraaa
Main and Jetferaon, liayton, U. deeaa-awdam
Wholeaale and Retail
"HATS" AND "CAPS!"
NO. 31S 8EC0SD STB SET,
North Side, between Main and Jefferion.
ft All orderi will be tUanafully received and
promptly attended to. feb9-lyd
T. K. WI1.LARD, M. If. WHKATON
WILLAItD & WIIEATON,
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL
AND MANUFACTURKR8 OF
PINE BOOK, NEWS
WltAPFINO PAPERS I
The HIGHEST Market Price paid for RAGS. We
alio keep the larcat atook of, and aell mora
Thanany other Home in Dayton.
No. 326 Third Btreet,
noTlT Near Main.
By Authority of the hbI States.
We adjust Lotiet honorably and pay them
DWELLINGS AND CONTENTS INSURED
AT VERY REASONABLE RATES.
Fhmnix Ins Co9
Merchants Stores and Stocks ai Fair Rates.
aet29 Agent, Dayton, Ohio.
Refrigerators ! Water Coolers ! !
KEEP COOL1 KEEP COMFORTABLE!
WOULD you, during the ooming hot
months, have fbcsic meat Instead of tainteh?
Nirr butter instead of rancid Hwett milk instead
of sou r t The smilks of your wile instead of her
FHOWNST men go at ONCsaau lay your case ueiure
As W. RICE & CO.,
HuavOD Building, Dayton,
and your wishes oan be satisfied. They have Re
frigerators of all styles and sizes, all admirably
adapted tolmpart to your comfort, end effect a great
tving oi ice over mo oia way oi i.
They have also Water Coolers aed Iue Cream
Freezers, and the
Old Dominion Coffee Pot!
Bv the use of which all the aroma of your Coffee.
during boiling, Instead of going off in vapor all over
your house, is condensed and thrown back Into the
Coff ee, thus insuring to you a more delicious article,
and effecting a saving to the amount of Cotiee used.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
AND FOR I ALB BT
N. W. WILSON".
O bQIVE IT ATRIAL!" Q
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES!
TKUlCI.Kd of every description on hand
V snd for sale eheap, at
Id Stand, on 4th Street, between Jefferson and flt,
UOCKAWAVS, JENNY LINDS.
t'Hr.i'ONa, yorK wauons,
BAHUUCHES, . Hl'KlNO UU.
Alao seoond hand Barouchea and fiuaalas for aala
a, f-Wora made to order, and reDalrlna done In tha
best st' le, on short notice. niy21
Prices; $50, $60, & $65!
v-r cm look sill Oil huu IUIJTUvcu an u 1 1 1 uiulhiucb).
In i.eetl,imiilloity or iwUptAtlou to tlie jmr of
KauiiIv ewiiiKi we chsllcruf the world to jtrotluoe
eny tiling to equnt thcml Thty contain U theEAL
injjiroveaientB that have ever teen Invented od uo
ceifully jplted to 8ewinR Uholitneai time nmktiig
iliem of more general utility and rel prtwitUtU
worth, a lieJ to the purpoaet of frailly aewlng
than anything ever yet produced. Theae are the
only (1rat-lM Machlneethat are now euld at the
atiove uoile ate prlcea. They have no au per tor in
auv reattei't. aud. in order to thai-ouahlv Drove their
preotlcabtltty and geueral ueefuineae, we do all
ifuior HAiHifiK ixwma to oriiei, anu ireciy
olfer their uae to any one who my fee) diajKMed to
try litem, giving an neoeaaary luatrueuon regard
ing their operation and tu ana gem eat.
For further uurtluulara eeuti tur a oireolar. or in
quire at No. 94 Maiti atreetf betw eva lit and ftd,
Seal. Every Mftohins-wivrrAntf d.
Jel ;! Ca.AVmaw, Agent.
D. & F, B. JSHVLL-s
HAVE tut. roceited the Mr.-urv, UnUou'g
PtotorUI.N. V. Weemly,aaa t , l auu.
for thli week
ALSO too ooplee Polli Gasette iii.tiilnliiK the
Pay ton torreipouaenoe, Jl)
K ItOX Ed Orangta. io prim ordor, jam
mnt p. r. P. HiaL.
Mri. Wintlow, n experionoed namt
and female physician, has a toothing Syrup for
children teething, whloh greatly facilitates tht
proeess of teething by softening the gums, reducing
ail innammation, win eiiay an pain, amu is sure 10
regulate, the bowels. Depend upon It, Mothers, it
will give rest to yourselves, and relief and health to
you? Infants. Perfectly safe lp all onset. . Ses ad
vertisement tn another column, "Jet
Hollowaw'a PUU and Ointment art)
twin curatives, derived from tha one origin, tha
vegetable prodnotlons of the soil. They aet In uni
son on the system, tha one tnternallr upon the ao
eretlem of the bodr, and the other eaternallr
through tha oeuntlesa orifices of tha skin, cleansing
and recuperating the vital organltatlon.
Bold at ti manufactory, No. SO Maiden Lena,
New Vork, and by all druggists, at JOo., 0o., and l
per box or pot. jelo-dtwlw
E. M. BARTLETT'S
third A-sn walnut, cWoinxati, o.
Hy One time la aa good ai another ta oommence,
Itj For particulars, call, or address the College.
IF you would hav ioraetlilng extra In the
Daguerreotype, Ambrotypo or Photograph-,
io lineboadviaed and go to'rjeebohm's PalncA
of Art, Market House, lie is tbo only Ar
tist engaged in this business. ootO
atySee ndyertioment of Dr. Stanford's
LIVKUINVIGOKATOUin another oul-
To Hotel Keepers, Restaurants, Dru(-
giaia. uiooera axia iue i-UDiio.
Dr. Brunon's Bitters,
HAVE, from their excellent qualities, been
recommended by the most Eminent Physicians
as a most valuable and never-fp.il lug remedy for
BlIilOUbNESS, J AUNDIC13,
L1VRCOMP NT8 BLOOD C1SBABBS
Ac, Ao., Ao,
Are also a srire and certain preventive against
Fever and Ague, Cholera, and Bummer Com
And is a m at valuable and efttoaelotis Tonleantl
Appetite Creating Compemad ever ode red to the
By the use of these Bitters AH Diseases of the Blood
will be thoroughlyernilicated, an all those who are
sutferlns; from early excess or Prostration of the
Physical Energies, will be restored to a Robust aud
Vigorous State of Health.
The Digestive Organs will be stimulated and Per
manently strengthened, Appetite will be Created,
and the Debilitated Subjeot Km to red to New Life.
Thes remedy has a very agreeable taste, and will
betaken reaUly by children as well as adults.
All persons Buffering from any of the a bore com
plaints are Invited to try DR. BKTJNON'fl H ITT ICRS.
Dose. For an adult, a small wine-glassful i times
a day for a child, a small tea-sponiul twice a day,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
744, Broadway, N. Y.
HaTSoIe a SO oente per bottle, tS per
dosen, 92,50 per gallon; extra Hitters for
Bar-rooms, by the gallon or barrel, at the
low price of $1,25 per gallon; tine titougnton
Bitters, $1,25 per gallon. -For
tale by all Draggiita and Qrooeri, "
WHULALKMld HK 1 All. AT
7 BROADWAY, M. Y.
A Card to tbe Ladles.
OK. DUPONCO'3 GOLDEN PEKI0OICAL
PILLS, FOR FEMALES.
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOR
Corroding Irregularities, RelieTing Painful
and Distressing Menstruation, "particularly of
theCbana;eof Life," and in Removing Obstruc
tions, from whatever cause. Also 'Retention,
Pains tn tha Back: and Loins, Pressing-down
Pains, Rush of Blood to tha Ilead, Dizsiness,
Dimness of Sight, Green Sioknais, Heaviness,
Fatigue on any slight exertion, Palpitation of tba
Heart, and all the various distressing complaints
particularly that most annoying, weakening, and
.! btgiuulfig of all other Female weaknesses,
LEDCORRHCEA, OR WHITES.
And always suooessful ai a preventive. At the
same time there Is nothing In these Pilli that can
do injury to life or health... Let tha direotion ba
striotly followed, and yea will find them te be ail
they are represented so muoh so, that in nine
out of ten cases, I will warrant them. Do no) ba
discouraged If one box ihould fail, but try anoth
er, although, ai a generalthing,
ONE BOX IS SUFFICIENT.
Thousand! of oertiBcatas are in tha bauds of
the Proprietor, from lome of the rst ladiei in the
Pregnant fa mail, or those sepposlng themselves
o, are cautioned agalnit using these Pilli, as the
Proprietor assumes no responsibility after tha
above admonition, although their mildness would
prevent any injury to healthi otherwise these
Pilli are recommended. Direction! eo.ompany
N. B. The composition of these Pills )l"no
secret." The general agents are presented with
tha receipt, and they will tell you they are, with
out doubt, the bast Family Medicine ever intro
duced sinoe the science of medleine dawned upon
thaworld. Price fl par box.
'it. Sold wholesale and retail Ip Dayton by
East side Main st. .between 8d and 4th. .
and by Da. W. W. STEWART,
No. 4, Phillips New Building.
Thaabove Druggists arasele agent for Mont
gomery oounty, Ohio. They will supply dealers,
and send the Pills to Ladies by mail to any part
of the oountry (confidentially) oareoalpt of (1,00
through the Dayton Pest ofHoe. nov28-ly
Arrival this Day
Foreign and American Jewelry !
Newest D esignsl
Jeweler, ClegK't) Untitling, my
"i uira siren, isnyion, tinio,
REnfECl FULLY intimates to the puhlio
that he has Jusf received ONE or THE
I.AKGKT ASSOHTMKNTH OFJKWELRY BVKB
BHOUGHT TO UAVTON ATONIC TIMK, DIHKCT
FROM ENGLAND and New Vork. which he will
otfer for sale at such prloes as cannot fail to induce
persons to purchase. The atock comprises
xitruacan uarDoncie Bene,
Do Coral, Do
Do Lava, Do ''
Do Roman Moaalo, Do
Do Florentine, Do
Do Cameo, Do
Do Jet, Do,
Jet'bracelets with rich Gold mountings.
Lava do with richly carved heads.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's lleeva Links and
Studs, in immense varieties.
Coral, Lava, and rlohlj painted Breast Pins and
Ladies' Chattel .Iue Pins.
Gold Vest Chalus.
Lailles' Chattalalna, do.
Plated Koods coin iirialuK Ice Pitchers, Rreakfast
Caator Kelts, e. .uitahle tor the season.
And an lmuause number of other articles too nu
merous for insertion. Luliea and Gentlemen soma
and examine our new g. oils, we shall havepleasare
in snowing even snoum you not purchase. An early
inspection is solicited.
N. B. Libaral diseouata allowed for cash pay
Notkf, o Citizens and Farmers,
J A with K. J. SNKiica, of
r-iuiaueipme, lor one nun
dred barrels of Itaiiaa Ce
ment, and also Ksoluckj
..ciuu. ivguianv, t am
prepared to build Cisteiua
and Cement Cellars, supe
slor to aoy that have Lwrn
done heretofore. Work
will be taaje perleetly wa.
ter-tlKht anil warranted.
HepairinK done in the heut
meaner, aud at the lowest
Filters of every Hnd put
in Cisterns, top or bottom.
All Clstatns of 40 barrels,
or over, tiltarad free of
The subscriber has had
nlo. revs experience la
the business, and has given general satisfaction. The
best of r.lerenoa given, if rt-iiuirc d.
Residence, No. 1U7, Jellerawi atraet, west side, be
tween sin and nth.
N. B. In order to eompete with those Brica firms
that are doing Into the Cl tern bualnrsa, I will bund
Brit-B Clsteins. grauled, for SO cents psr banal
solid, graut wallrit, 10 ceots per barrcli ( ai.nl oa
eth, with brioa top, it cents per barrel. ,
Two Barrels Fine A pies
T K ri?J MB OBDKA, received tt.le Bora
J. -liitf: " D.t r.B. IUVIU
Peace and War.
BY JOSEPH BARBER.
On fair Sardinia's fields and etreame
The tender pring.ligbt lay;
Tbe tranquil earth waa bathed in beame
Soft as (he atiD'Hxht of our dreams
1 hie eras but yesterday.
The tinkling bells of erasing herds,
Tha bleats of goata, theeong of birde,
The herdsman's earol guy.
Rose like a sweet spontaneous psalm
Toward the blue heaven, ao pure and ealra
This was but yesterday.
On Lake Hoggiore's breast of light
The fisher spreads hie wmga of white
To seek his shining prey
In olive-grove end vineyard fine
The peasant pruned the tree and vine
auteWea uui yesterday.
God seined to smile on all the land,
Its fairy vales, ila monntaine grand,
Ha people bold end gay j
Peace arched the clouds with shining bow,
Pesca beautified the earth below
This waa but yesterday.
To day the mad Braireue War,
Btnrms through those scenes nn flaming ear
The ptasanta, where era they V
Through grove and vineyard sweep the guna,
And from the Frees of Blanghter runs
The Wine of Life, to day.
The herdsmen's hut, tht trim chateau
What marks their si lea? A lurid glow,
Or jot of fiery spray ;
And, ah I in place of linkllog balls,
The air ie rent with furious yelle
And biasing shot, to day.
The olive-groves are falling fast
Before the ealvo'a deadly blast
Fit victim's of the fray;
For, oh I whaUhould the ofies do.
When Peace, from whom ite branches grew,
Is crucified, to day ?
The Indiana with in one fourth of a mila
of Victoria recently bad a battle, and aeven
were Billed, rteveral hundred shots wore
loun i. now naa reoovereu si.auti oi a
Mr. berry, in Han Francisco, for Berry'e
ooduuoe in beauoing mra. n. j.ne lawver e
got (1,000 of the amount.
A man, supposed to have been wandorinr
about the oountry ineane, woe reeently found
dead in a bear trap, near Han Joee. Tlie
deceased had tried to get out in vain.
Four canoes full of Indians recently at.
taoked a United titates light house in Washs
inzton Territory, and robbed it oieverv thine
A revenue outter with soldiers started in
pursuit of them.
Good servant-girls are still in demand
there. There is no place like California for
women who oan take oare of themaolves.
The Yreka Union auys there are only about
uit j unmarried males oyer twelve years oi
age in Siskiyou County, which contains a
probably population oi IU,0U0.
The heads of three of the Indians who
murdered the party of five white men near
Klamath Lake, were, May 30, brought to
ireka, the Indians having been killed by a
Chief, named La Lake, aud some of his tribe.
it is known that it was a band of six warn.
ors who killed the whitee, and La Lake eays
mat toe otner tnree shall share tbe same
fate. One of La Lake's tribe was killed in
The laws of California make the act of
marrying a seoond wile, while tho first is
living, a mere misdemeanor, and the biga
mist can not be prosecuted even fur that.un
leas he is indicted within a year after the
seoond marriage, Henry Houghton, a Mori
mon, reoently married a young girl in Napa,
though he had a wife and three children
near flaceryille. Tha Napa Herald informs
us that he was discharged.
A cotrespondent of the Alia writes of mi
ning in tbe Keen Kiver country :
we nave naa some rich rock near here
lately. Messrs. Mitobell and Ewing took
out iu trom sevtn tuns of rocke; Mr,
Mike Burke, (1,200 from twelve tuns.
Ibe placer miners oi lehaohene are do.
ing very well. The skeleton of a man was
found there on the bed rock at the depth of
sixteen feet Mr. F. D. Green, my infor.
mant, says that the dirt around the skeleton
did not beef the appearanoe of having been
disturbed at all, but was packed as hard and
firm as any where else.
uur neigh bore on White ill ver are dome
well quartz mining. Messrs. Maltby, Kyan
4 Miller shipped (2,600 alter their last olean
up ,irom lour arastraa.)
It is stated that a number of young men
of Ureas Valley, California, have informed
themselves into an anuouraing olub. Eaoh
member, when hegete off an oath, is imme
diately fined twenty-fire cents which must
be paid into the treasury. Tha funds is to
be devoted to some obaritable purpose, when
sufficiently large to be of any practical ben
efit. They have already sueoeeded in curs
ing the club into a pew in tbe oburch, and
have funds on hand to devote to a painting.
A gentleman who visited the Gulf of Calii
forpia invested about (2,000 in pearl shells,
which he shipped via tape Horn to Mew
York. A coording to the quotatione of pearl
shells in tbe Atlantio papers, be will have
made about ts,ouu,proviaing bis shells reach
New York in safety.
The vineyards of Los Aneelos are by far
the most valuable property in the oounty
Tbe largest in the place is owned by Mr.
Woollakill; it oontains about fifty-five thou
sand vines. Mr, riansevaiu has about forty
one thousand vines. Manure. I'roliug & Koti-
ler, about twenty -five thousand vines. I
was informed by the owners that each vine
will produce a net inoume oi lrom eighteen
to twenty oente every year, lbere are some
thirty other vineyards in the county, equal
Kill thr Curs. Offioial returns of As
sessors in -Summit county show the follow-.
ing figures :
blieep killed uy oogs
Injured by dogs
Twentyifive hundred dollars damages as
if the average in the State be high, the
dog tax amount to a quarter of a million an
1 here is a stroak of undepravea human
nature in the attachment some men have fur
their dogs. A fellow who will beat his own
wife, will quarrel with another who will kick
his own dog. Take a maugy eur, ill favored
and ugly, the loafer, his master, lovee him
"like a brother" will fight his quarrels,
stand by him when besot by foes, and swear
to bis beauty.
An old friend of ours, here residont,years
ago, ueed to look upon any disparagement
oi Carlo's beauty, (Carlo, by the way, was
ene of tbe most ills looking aLd ill-bred of
all the dog raoe,) as a personal affront. It
was equivalent to a challenge to kick "My
Carlo," whatever tbe provocation. (Clove
Soloikbs or tub Kkvolutionart War.
Tbe t'eueion'office had upon its rolls oa the
30th of June, 1858, the names of 253 revo
lutionary soldiers. Of this small remnant
of heroes, information has been reoeived
that during the succeeding hall year 45 went
to their long aououot leaving upon tha first
day oX the present year 2u7 survivors. Tbe
ages of some of these soldiers are stated to
have been from 1U0 to 1U3 years. Thus are
dwindling away the small number of that
gallant bund whioh has ooms down to us
from a former generation to pass forever
from the earth before this generation shall
bare nuianea its work.
At tba period above referred to. there
were widuws of revolutionary soldiers
upon tbe peneion rolls, aud in six months
death diutiuiahed that number by 695. Ol
thuae living at lb beginning of tht yer
45 were the wives of revolauonary suljisr
before the teritijutvtioa of the great ftrogglt
W. P. DEVOU & R0CKW00D,
Mroatcas, WHOLasatx ei Alain and msutac
Cloaks and Bonnets,
83 & 85, PEARL, ST., CINCINNATI, O.,
Offlar to the Merchants and Milliners of this section
a oomplete assortment of
Straw and Bilk Bonnata,
' Drees Ttimmlnga,
- Bmtrolciria and
Bonnet Ribbon and
Our extensive connection in the above goods, en
ahlteusto sell aa low as can ba offered Factor
West, and we invite tha attention of close buyers.
I f-Kspeolal Inducements to CASH BU VKHS.
J, BECKE.EY& C O.'S
Elastic Fire and Water-Proof
CEMENT ROOFING! !
Patented Rrptemlser 15,13T.
First Premium Awarded
OHIO STATEFAIR, 1857.
State and County Rights for Sale,
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO PUT
our P latent Oment on new Roofs, or over old
hlngles, Iron, Tr or Tin Roofs, it miking no difFer
onoe how tteepor tint the Roof mny be. On account
of tts great durability, It Is one of the ohenoest and
best preservers of metal roofs, Prloe 6 per square!
(100 square feet,) on aew Roofs, or old Shingle
Roofs; $U on Metal Roofs. Prompt attention given
to orderi. foe material. addressed to
J. BECK LIT fc CO.,
No. IIS Pearl etreet, Clncl natl, Ohio.
t3 Composition and Cement for sale.
HEAD THE FOLLOWING:
Cimcinhati, O., February 18. IMT,
This It to certify that I have examined the sam
ples of J. Beck ley and Co.'a Cement and Composition
Roof, and oan say that I thins; them equal, if not su
perior to any Cement or Composition Roof now in
use. I have one on my houne, adjoining to where I
to wnere I
at it stood
was latelj burned out, and mmtaa;
the test admlrablv. D. J
i say mat it iioo
0. A. POWPIX.
Cl KCINtf ATI. June 99, IHtM.
Thlsli to certify that we have employed Messrs.
Beck ley and Co. to put their Cement Roof on our
foundry at the west end of Klghth street, and thus
far it has given entire satbiraotion, having been ful
ly tested by severe rxtos, eto. The burningof a la
ree frame ware-house ailjnlnlng, scorching our wood
work aud destroying ourglase.producednoelTeoton
mha-ecnilsw BRRRD, BARSTOW and CO.
"A Stitch in Time Saves Nino.
THE SIMPLE ANNOUCEMENT THAT
we have a afaohlne la every way equal to the
AT THE VERY LOW PRICE OF
ALSO, the reputation it has acquired in ev
ery plaoe where it has been introduced, has
heretofore rendered it unnecessary (with
the limited means we have had for supply
ing ourselves wilh Machines,) to advertise to
any great extent,
Having already EXCEEDED THE SUP
PLY, and baino; now PREPARED TO
MEET ANY DlilfAND.and to FILL ALL
ORDERS PROMPTLY, we feel it our
duty, to the class of people who have been
neitoer willing nor able to pay suoh
As have been demanded by other machines,
to use all the means ia his powerto letjthe
Publie know that they can get aa good a
As there is in the market, at a reasonable
price. Our Machine was given the MOST
FAVORABLE NOTICE in the report of the
Fair at the Franklin Institute at Philadel
phia, and PLACED AT THE BEAD of
tho list in point of merit, and ho received
THE FIRST PREMIUM
Overall othors, at the State Fairs of Illinois
and Wisoonsin, and all oTnsa fairs at
which it has been exhibited. His
SURPASSED BV NONE
In beauty, simplicity, durability. Quantity
and quality of work, and is, in a word, the
Machine for the Pecple.
We depend on QUICK SALES AND
SMALL PROFITS, aud haye therefor
placed it at
THE LOWE3T POSSIBLE PHICE.
Oall and examine before purchasing else.
where, at SALESROOM,
In Melodeon Bultdlnjrs,
- E BKAMAN & CO.
N. H. Persons at a distance can rely
upon having all order promptly filled with
IKarranted Machmet, ana lull directions
rf Responsible LOCAL AGENTS wanted In all
parts of tbe West and South. mhJl
EKarKos, i. auTTEarisLO, . clabe.
Jennings, Butterfield & Clark,
O ommission Merchants,
331. MAIN 8TRET,
THIS DAT AND EVENING,
KOBHNB. . B1BMMIKOBR
ECZ3HNE & OQ.,
Manutaeturars and Dealers ta
WINES & LIQUORS,
NO. 3 HTCtWOHE STREET,
A. & T. MORE
8 IO SD STREET,
Star Mills WRITING PAPERS.
WE would invite tbe attention of bayere
to oar SPRING STOCK of
Paper Haoajlnga, Daooratlone, atO-.
Which la aow vary eonplel. Wa aellvar paeka
ge. without charge, la aajr fat oi tha elty.
IIBIMM & BRO.
QAVK jurat reoeived One Thousand bush,
alee POTATOES, lor mm. at taa lewaet aurkat
prte., at the He of tha g.l.. mr
LUNCH Mary day, M lb "
at 1 'easek.
nit. woxre's ' '
CINCINNATI INSTITUTE.' .
Diseases of the Lungs and Throoti
aTe.SOl Tin St., between ttb. tLdeta. ,
DEkHONS HAVING AN Y A FFKC
A tlons of tha Lanes or Throat arelavtted to call
at Da Wotri'i Cim iNHATi Ihstitutx, where. his
ol ass of maladies is treated exclunlvelj on the most
improved meihod ot memcAiing air lor innniatjitini
in u Dnrcunn wun runHTiTiinoniii irrniiiirni.
Those who cannot visit the Institute, but ere de
aril v,wei t,i asm iMiiy u si, inrtiicniru 1 11 II HI n 1 1 It n I iiuiin,.
will have a circular sent to them cuntainiiiaT a full
l.,,. r ..i i as -. iui... v. .
description of Medicated Inhalation and a lint of
questions respecting disease in the chest, whloh, by
answering eorreotty, will enable me In many in-
iianrrs to iorm a proper opinion oi trie ease, ami
prescribe and forward bt evnrrfs or otherwise (a
ordered) the proper medlr-lnes and Inhaler, (see the
engraving above,) with full ilisectioni, to bp used
at home. In this way, I have trented patipnts with
entire success, after their home physicians had pro
nounced them hopeleeslv incurable.
For tha circular euclose a pontage stamp, and
Da. N R. WOT.FR.
Box 340, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Note. -Dr. Woi.rc has Just published a work on
Consumption, and Its treatment by Medicated Inha-
xion, wmon ne recommends to me sTtenuve neruini
of every person who suHpocts disease lurking In
their lungs. It will he sent, rjui or post a of., to
persons in any partoi inc oountry oraajoing istates,
at 96 cents per copy. The trade supplied at. a Hber
al discount. Aduress at above. mygB-amdftw
PortablA Grinding nnd Bolting.
nOHS AND FEED MILLS, OF ALL
v sties, tn Strong Iron Framrs. cast solid.
Wedreaealtof ourBurrswIth Natch'r's Diamond
Point Ureas (patent. Uortvhich we own the exclu
sive Right. With this Drraa a larair ylelil, nnd a
imtivr qunnifoi r lour oan lie maue tnan wun an. in
uae.andita slmplleitv enables nnv mnn to he his
own miller without being a praetloal Burr Dresser.
mm maonines, e lour f ackers,
Bulling Cloth, Bi-lllni, etc., etc ,
Portable Knaiues and Boilers,
W. W. HAMKK and CO., Sole Manuraclnrerr,
Northeast oorner Western How and rolumhls,
(Iteoond at..l Clncinnntt. Ohio.
N. B. We build both Upjier and Under Hunner
Circular sent on application with P. O. Stamps
BUG II A N A N ,
CO.IT, 1YJ COKE
333 WEST FRONT STREET,
Against "Yo Ancient" DAYTON !
PHILOSOPHERS pronounce the propor
tion Irrational that, an "irreaiatable ikmIv u
eer oome In ouutact with an Immovable one." Re
that aa It may, one thing is certain, and beyond suc
cessful contradiction, that the 11..ST andrHKAl'-
KoT (jOOUS ever ottered tn the pc.iple ot Dayton,
are tone found at No. 914, CUH. FIFTH ANDCLAV
BENJ. F. WAIT
isnowapenlngalarge and mafnlficent assortmentof
Staple & Fancy Dry goods,
Juat re lelved Trom the Eastern Cities, and selected
by himself, expressly for this market. His stock Is
full, consisting In part of
Fancy Silks, Challics, Brilliants, Lawns,
wnito goods, ot all descriptions, Ho
siery, Notions, etc., etc. A fine
lot of tiprinfc Summer Shawle,
Capes and Mantillas, a .
large and splendid as
sortment of Hon.
nets, & Bon
mines. Every kind and variety of Uata a large
supply lor young ana ola.
As rents ana other expenses are much less Fast
of tha "deep waters," he feels contlucnt in being
able to aell at lower figures. FOR THE CASH, than
can be obtained elsewhere; not even excepting the
aiauiiauiucai prcaiora over oy me geniienian rrom
New York. aurts-3mdaw
119 & 121, MAIN STREET.
19. S. SCHlFER 119.
HAS JUST KECElVtiD HIS SPRING
itooK of Dry Goodi. oomDrlilntf vcrr thlnr utr
tideiKstut U tu liu.
rancj and lilack
Invry variety of itf I?, bourht recently, and ielb
Iiif at LOW PKICKH.
Slla and Lact M until 1m,
Skirts aud Trimminfcfl,
New Htyleg, and at
Organdie A Valencia Hulwi,
Berace. Anclaifl, Valnoii,
and Travellog Draaa Goods
French and Rngllth,
llitiachrd tiud Brown !
FURNISHING GOODI, in great variety, and at yrl
oea wnicn oaanoi lau o piease.
121. -:- 101.
Klegant French Cloth, DreM and FroK Coatt; flue
Fane Caaaimera Buitneaei Coat; Spring lta
giaoi and Overcoats, the latest ittca; -Faihlntabl
Side Band tRlmerf,
t Plain and fancy Caaiimera
Panta of all dtjacrlittionai 1
Silk, Satin, Velvat,
In fact ha baa now on hand a full and oomplete atock
of all tha Uteat at. lee of
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MEN and BOT9,
FORSPKlNti AND tSUMMEU WEAK,
and which ha will sell at lower prices than similar
goods aaa ba purehaaod fur at any oUitritacelu tha
Cuaton woik will ba giren particultr "nntloa.
The uubUo will pleitsa remetnoer the place Not.
lift aud Ul, Main street, oppoalta r'taiUif. Houaa.
New Dental Of3ce in
No. 124, Jefferson street, near the eorner or
Filth, in the residence lormerly oeeupi
ed bv L- P. Clallin J: Aire. (iooluian.
rftHK subacrlber baa removed his oOlfa rrom Lima,
Jt Alie. eo., u., auu iwnwiii; looaieo ualmve.
All ooeratloaa pertalulaa to the practic of lleatia.
try will be performed to the beat manner, and auy
fartlouUr atieatioa paid tu lu.erllua his aaw
Stria ot rataat Poreelaln Plate ArnllcUrTcelli.
. A. SATTUHTH W AIT, 11. II. I.
cajiEa OF i
Colutubue Awenu and Wstei Btreat
W. T. WKBT,
t J Proprietors.
A. a. was
KM fl AVlfLhV ' i
AFINB lot of Pin Apples last reoeived
StrM fiUAounvM k CO.
j' iWm.Wm '.H ia'iiyi.ij-i.ap a i-vvhesuwii i .ma., ,saassii.S
Fever and Ague,
from Which mAnklml suffer frvr-r a lnrtre part of
the glolte, la the ettiaeQnrn',e of R r?lHefl slion
In tlio ayaiem, Imler'e.t bv fh pf,l"r,taa Tieta.m
f Ve:elnl,le derav. This ealmletlon Is wlv,l
bv the action of solar heat oa wet sort, amt Hom
with the watory vapor from . While the sun Is
hokiw tha hnrlron this rpnt llntrer near the
earth's serfaee, an-l the vlrns la taken with It
thrott(!h tho luniri Into the lilood. There It e
as n Irritating poison on the Internal vlenera
anil excretlnv ore-ana of the borly. The liver be
comes rorpm ann rails to saeivte not only this
virus, hut alao the bile from the blond. Both
the virus and tho hlle aemmnlare In the flrcnla-
tlon, and produce violent ronaiitutlonal dianrdor.
The spleen, the kidneys, and the atoms. -ti sym
pathise with Wie liver, and become disordered
also. Finally, the instinct of our onranlam, as
If In an attempt to expel the noxloua Inruaion,
eoncenrmtcs tha whole blood of the body In tlie
Internal excrctorlcs to forco them to cast It ont.
The blood leaves the surface, and rushes to the
central organs with congestive violence. This la
the Chili.. - Hut In this effort It falls. Thee the
I'rvfr follows, in which the Wood lenves tho
eentrnl organs and rushes to the surface, aa If
In another effort to expel the urltatiuR poison
thminrh the other ffrent excretory tho sk In. In
this alao It falls, and the system abandons tho at
tempt cxhnnstcd, and Walts for tho recovery of
strength to repeat the hopeless effort another any.
These are the fits or paroxysms of Fevca AMD
Aiit'K. Such constitutional disorder will of
conrse nndcrmlne the health If it Is not removed.
We hare labored to And, and have found, au
Ayer's Ague Cure,
which nrntrallzc this malnrlons polron In the
blood, nnd stimulate the ilvcr to expel it from
the body. As It should, so It does tnrt this nl
fllctlvo disorder with perfect certainty. And It
does more, or rnther does what Is of" more ser
vice to thoae subject to this Inlectlon. If fnken
In season ft expels it from the system as it Is ab
sorbed, and thus kopps those who use it free from
Its attacks; keeps the system In health althnnirli
exposed to the disease. ' Consequently it not only
cures, but protects from, the great variety of af
fections which nro induced by this mathrnant
Influence, such aa liomtttent Fever, Chill Fover,
Dumb, or Masked Ague, Periodical Headache,
or Bilious Headache, lllllous Fevers, Nonralffla,
Rhcumntiam, (lour, Blindness, Toothache, Knr
nchc, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitations, Pf.inful Af
fections of the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Paralysis,
and Painful Affections of the Htomach and liuw
els, nil of a-hleh, when arising from this cause,
w ill bo found to assume more or less tho Intermit
tent type. TliU,AouBCuna"remove.thecuuae
Of these derangements, and cures the disease.
This it accomplishes by stimulating theexcrc
torius to cxpc.1 the virus from the system; and
these organs by degrees become huhlted to do this
the oince of their own accord. Hence arises
what wo term aerhmttian. Time mny accomplish
the same anil, hut often life is not loiig enough, or
Is sacrificed In the attempt, while this " Aoua
Cone" does It atonco, anil with safety. Wc have
great reason to bcllcvo this Is a surer as woU as
safer remedy for the whole clajii of diseases
which aro caused by the mlasmaflo Infection,
than any other which has leen discovered; ami
it has still another Important advantage to the
public, which la, that it Is cheap as well as good.
PRFPARED BT "
DR. J. C. AYEIt & CO.
Paioa Oni Dollab pea Bottle.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for Itself snch a renown for the cure of
every vnricly of Throat and Lung Complaint,
that It Is entirely unnecessary for ub to recount
the evidence of Its virtuos, wherever it has been
employed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more.
than njiaiira the neonie its oitniltv la kent itn t. ,
tlie best it over bos been, and that it may be n
lied on to do for their relief all It has ever been
found to do. . . '
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
s or aii us purposes or a rurgauvs aetuoina. -
' For CoaTiVEKKaaj
For thr Cuhm- or Uvsi'tPSiAj-e1' .'
For Jaundice: i .
Foa tna Curb of Indioimtiox; .'Jr",i
Vn. II...,..., i
For thr Ccr or Dvsewtbrt; '
For a Fotri. Stohacaii; . ,1 -f
Fob tub Curb of F.utsnai.Ai . ,4 ,
F"or The Piles; , ... f
In. un r'r. D r.. t, . . "
For thr I'i rr or titKtmTisM
For UisEAaKS of thr 8kin;
For tub Clhb oe Liver CourLAiNT;
For Drops rt
Fob tub Curb of Tettkr, Tumors, and Salt
For the Ccrb of Ooct;
For a Dinner Pilli
For the CrKR or Nkcraloiai
Fob Puriftino tub Blooi.
They are sugar-ennted, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and tlicy are tho
best aperient In the world for all the purposes ol.
a family physic.
- Pries Si tents per Bex ; Five Boies for $100.
Great numbers of Clergymen, rhyaicians,
Rtntcsmen, and eminent personages, havo lent
their names to certify the unparalleled useful
ness of these remedies, but our space here will
not permit the insertion of them. The agents
below named furnish gratis onr American Al
manac in wnicn tnev aro given; wttn also lull
descriptions of tho above complaints, and tho
treatment that should be followed for their cure.
Do not be put otf bv unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they muke more pmttt on.
AJemana ater a, ana lane do outers, i tie sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they
snoum nave it.
All eur Remedies are for sale by
r-Kor bv sale .
W. W. Stewart, and J. W. DibtbU'H,
Wit. IF. ?Eoi.Kr, ; Oermantown.'
Iieo. J.. liKzER. Aliaraisbure.
It. Mi Alexander, Centreville. -
aou uy ui urugxlats and Dealers la Me-lieta.
M IHb, fcl'h.STlJ. H Ut.. tin..
I. N. & W. M. GREEN,
(Lata I. N. Green,) '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 31U, TIIIHD ST.,
A HE NOW PREPARED TO 8ELI.
Gooils to the Johuina Trade. Our stock Is com
plete and sele ted with areat ear., aad we buv tor
ash exi liialrel. We can and will sell Goods to
proniit tiuyers at the very lowest Maraet frloe
uuvers are reatcattuiiy invited to glv. us a call.
mi i Dbis. rickerel, w inter uh and Iruut.
30 " X O. Molasses.
40 ' Bucks liio Coffee.
20 " Peaches and Apples.
10 bbls. Rico.
1000 lbs. Codfish.
25 Chests and Caddies fine Teas.
30 Cheese. , . - . ,. , . "i
2.5 doa. Brooms. '.
25 " Wash Hoards.
German Cherries, Prunes, Figs, Raisins and Nuts
of all ainda, all ol which will be sold aa law as the
City Pioperty for Sale.
A DESIRE to visit Europe, indueee me to
offer lair preseiit:Residence.loeated oa thenertli
sideol Third street, helow ferry, lor sale. The lot
is isoleet front and -ioo feet tleei, north and east an
alley, on which in three Pwelllnf Houses, a Ton
aenatorr, suble, Wood House, and uiauy other
The whole is handsomely arranged tn agarden,
with arrest many different a int! s of choice fruit
brariuKtrees,Rraesenoush to innkewlDe; a great
variety of haidy lluwer. eud flvwerinr ahrunbrrv
ornament thegMrdro. A greet many dillervat ktaus
ui ui.ruu.uiB . imim. .u.-U . ur.UK.a, AA Ot. OS,
Pomcrra natca. Rosea. M v rt.i s. Oleanders, mil ol ha.
ohoiee Flanta in the Conservatory. Also, aauaubar
ol beautiful slutted t.lrds, Ao.
Tlie premise, combine all the eoavenlaaoea aa
ccsanry fur health and comfort us the eily, as well
a large garden.
ramus who wish to purchase a beautiful home,
are Invited to call and view tha prenilMS.
riti c rra.uuauie, aiiU lOBg US) inetltB.
uja-tasd . F. H. tANGSTEUT.
ENGLE'8 BEER SALOON, i
Beckel'a BuildlDg. Jefferson street, be-
tweeu aa and 3d, Dayton.
KEEPS on hand the best quality of Ale
Lafc-erBeer, Ituea'a Baer, (a euirior bever.ig.,
and et,ai to the beat Ale,) ajuiev.rythiuf goo4 sad
eooliiig for the hotwtfalher.
lie alao keef. nick uacka for iunth; Cigars, To
Aa he is determined to keep a eui.t aa4 reapeeta
bl house, ha Kwpwtfutly aouells a share of publl.
patrouane. J AC Oil KNGUi.
Hi) J I
D." DMNZlc' BRO'S.,"
HAVE a Saloon oa Third Street, oppoaita
the Post Ultlre, where they will furnish their
usi aaara wiia au aori. oi
Ale, Beer and Wine
They particular!? call attastioa to their Una quali
ty of " at WeTT ALK" or tn other words,
'ALF AN D 'ALP.
H HRANDKN3UliO A CO. have laat
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