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Dayton & Michigan R. R.
SHORT LINK VIA LIMA,
80 Mil Travel and 3 boot Tim
DAVro, AND CHICAGO.
Two Daily Tralna. On Chang of
OW AND API RR Till? Rf)DAT,jnSBl,lS.
lValniwill Imti Vaytnn at 7,4s a. m. and
M p. m., for Sldnev. Lima, belphoi, Port
Wayne, Tolailo, Detroit, Chicago, Qulnoy, Rook
Iiland, Oal.na, Dnnleith and St. Pan).
Virat Train leaving Uavtnn at T.48 a, m., er.
rlvaiat Fort Wayn. at 1,80 p. m., connecting; with
train, on tha TnLdu, Waha.n W. il.ro ruad at
3,19 p m, fir flnntingtnn.I'erd,lng aneport and tha
th. South Wait end atChlcagoat 7,4& p. m.,intinia
ta oonnecl with all evening tralm leaving; that
olty. Trill train alio emnectl at Hidney with
train oa tha D. k I. Road, Kaat and Wait and
at Plqaa with 0. P A I. Road for Oolumbui, and
at Weoakonata with Hank for St. Marjl, Bremen
Biaand Train, Leavei Dayton Lt 8,35 p. m.
arrival at Fart Wayne at J, 25 a. m., ennneoti
with tralm on tha T. W. A W. R. R. at 4,10 a.
re, for Datansa, Tolado A Datrolt; at Chicago at
8, IT . mi, making elna. onneolloni with all
tralni for tba Wan and North Wait.
lit Train leavei Chicago P.,17 a.m. Linn 4,15
p. n.,reachei Dayton 7.30 p. m.
Id Train learai Chioigo 7,45 p. mj Lima 3,40a.ini
reach Dnyton 7.60 a. m.
Tha S 41) a. m. Train from Lima amnecU at
Pique wilh Trainion 0. P. A I. R. R.for Coiuro
btn and thi Rant both tralm tnakeeloi connoo
tioni with tralm on tha (J. II. A D. R. K. fur Cin
cinnati and tha South.
"Sleeping carl are attached to all night tralm
between Lima nnd Chicago."
Through Tlonota for h'ort Waynn, Toledo, Detroit,
Chleafo, anl pmnta Writ and Not th-weat. Mao for
Pjttlhurjch, rnilal)lphia arid all Kaatarn cttiei. and
fur all total p iiota on tlta BVIIeiontainaand Indlan
apolle H. H ,oan hehad bv flalltngon H. H. Ktao.Tlclt
t Agent, Union Udpot, uaytoui or on the clllf. rent
agcnti oa the line.
fare ai low ai bv anv other rouia.
B. careful anil cill for Ticket! by way of Lima
1-Tric rateaof Freight to all Polnte Kaat or Wait
11 at all tima lie aa lavoraule aeara charged by
K a Tramfara between Da a and Chicago
apraa ml"I!2IM 'ip't.
Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R.
Three Duly Train, via. Columbus.
Through tiokoti from Day Ion to all Eaitern
THREE Dally Train eat) h way, lavlng Dayton
for tha Kt as follows: Nirxht Kxprcssat 1,'Jua.
at iDy Ktprnjs iu,ifi a.m Aocotnmo.lr,lion,l6p. m.
Arriving at Dayton, Accommodation 6,M a. iu.j
Nj. 1 Kaorats, 11.311 ft. m., Day Km""". 6,,io p, m.
Trains run by Columbus time, which le 7 nitnutee
f Alter than Dayton time.
Through tl?k'ts cn t had for All Eastern oltlee
bvoalllnnn P. K. Wnrnmn, Ticket Ageut, at tho
Doput, Hist Third street.
D iytttn, Xntil nr.d ('olnmbus Leaves at 6,80 p.
m., and arrives nt fl'.fta a. m.
Ah freights left at tli Ifpot hj S,80 p. m., will
e torw.trdr 1 taiio diy, bv 6,3 i p. m. Frplhta ar
ivloj at ft,9ip. in., will be delivered at (t.iKJa. m.
J. UUitAND, 8upt.
C. VVabmvm, Oen'l. Atr't. apris
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R.
tin ice of Time,
0-1 and after MunJuy, April 11, 1859. until fur-t-iar
ootioe, trains will run ai tolluwi.
lihares Dayton Union Depot at 8,10 a.m. and
6,0 1 p. M. Arrivfl at Union at 11,60 a. in. and
7,60 p. m.
Leares Union at 7,45 a. ru., and 1,45 p, m.,
Arrlrei at Daytno at 10,65 a. m., and 8.66, p. m.
The ft ,00 P. M train lavlnjc Piyton, makes eloae
eonneotl at Union with thn Kxprnni train on tha
Rflle(ontalne road, for Indlannpnhi, connecting on
ltf arrival with trains for L'afj.votte, Torre iiaute,
and all points west, north and north west.
JTiir tlortots and furtuor information, apply to
Sitnuel V. Kit) fif , Gsnoral Ticket Ago&t, Union
Depot, 6th street.
II. C. STIMS0N, bup't.
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. R
CUAKOE OK T1MK.
ON and tftor Monday April It, 13S9, Paaaen
fir Train i wililoavothaOthitroatDepot.Day-.
At 5.00 a. ra., 8.05 a. m., 4,00 p. m., and 7,30
Will laara Oinolnnatl for Dayton, at (.00
a. m. 8.00 a, m 4.30 p. m. and 6,00 p. m.
Tha 7.30 P. M. train aou'h will atop at Carlialo,
MidJletown, Hamilton and Qiemlnle, only.
apri DANI1SL, MoLAKKN .Snp't
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat
8 1 K The Mail Trin loaves the Ctli St.
flu Depot at 8,18, at llrbana, 10,00, oonneotl
with train tur Culumbua, anil at Clyde with train
for Cleveland and the Kaat) alio with tralna for To
ledo, Detroit and Chicago. "
II 1 SKOONU TRAIN Cleveland
1 1 I 1 U Kxpraai, by way of Suringfleld and Del-
aware, and all ttaitoru noinu.
7 O ) TIIIKD TKAhV NiKht Expreas
I jfJO arrlveaat Sandiiakyat4,10,oonneotlng with
train! for Cleveland ami the Kaat.
mha-tf JOHN H. HUDSON, Sup't.
The Graet Direct
EASTERN & WESTE'N
Over tin) Iiirtlitina Central Ac lay-tou
fc Western ttnllwity.
OVananftorVednoeday, April 1!0, 1859,
Trnine will leave Dayton aa fallow!:
Flrat Nomina Train leavea Davton ate:60 A. M.,
arriving at Indlnnapolla at 11:00' a- M.f making dl
roatconueotlon with Lafayette A Inillanapolia U. K.
for Lafayette and Chioago with Tt-rre Haute i Hlch
mon H. K. for Terre llauta and Vincennea, with
Madlaen lndlaniipolia 11. It. fir Louiaville, arriving
at Chicago at H:uup. m., at Madiiun and Louiaville at
:00 p. al.. Vlaoonnoi :O0 v. m., Turre liauto at l:U0
Seoond Train, loavci Dayton at 11:311 a.m., arriving
at Indlanapoll. at 4:30 p. m., making direct cunnec
tlon for St. LoiiIh, arriving to HI. Louie at :O0 a. al.,
two hour! in ailvanoe of any' other route.
Third Train leave! Day on at 6:40 p. M., arriving
at lndlanapolli at 10:50 p. m., uiak ng direct counoo
tioni fur all waitern polnti.
apriO JAMES M. HM1TH, Sup't.
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD
PKNS its Entire Leneth for transnorta
J tion of naisenfcers and frelRht, alfurdlns; tha
nonesi, quicitesi ann ciieapist route to western
Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and the New
On and after February 14. trains leave Hannllial
for St. J one lib dally itt S:ft a. m., or upon arrival of
m, si. .1. iv. n. packets iroru ti, juutf arriving in
t. Joseph at 7 P. M. same dayi .eonneutins; with H.
R. line of first clans packets, whtuh leave liiimetliate
ly on arrival of traiim, fur Nultraska City, Omaha,
Council 11 lulls, Atchison, Woatun. and Leavenworth
THfC H. 4 ST. J. R, R. LINE Of PACKETS
I oom posed of the most elegant and comfortable
ateamers oo me ftiintiinpiii river, and run expressly
tn counectlon with this road;uoais leaving Hi. Louis
vary day at A o'clock p. m. for Jlannllial, (stopping
only at Alton) taking passengers arriving by the u.
M., and T. H , A. h. M. L. Kaliioads. bv which
pMstngers from St Louis arrive in ht. Joseph luM
nours irom Lroutsvtue in s nours; also, ir ui quin
oy olose eon""lon is made by a nne steamer with
train on Chiang - luincy and Toledo a Qulncy
Hall road. Fare lower thau any other rouU. UaR-
ae oneckeo tiiroiiKd auu naiimiMi true. No oharK
iseals and staterooms on pm-'krts.
Kmtarants denlrlnc to aaeomtianv their stock, mav
rieuend on golns; throiiKh by Fast FrttiKht Express
Tritn. FruiKUt taken at lowest fiver rates.
Passengers are reapectiuliy requested to eonslder
tma uw, iiiuri sou uneap route iifiore svieciing uln
ars, as lt baa unquestionable advantages over all
THKOUOH TICKETS oaa be purchased at all tha
nuu iiuawi vmuci. JUBlAfl Hum,
P. H. GROAT. General Ticket Agent.
A. O. CLAHK, Traveling Ageut.
J OHM aSTTLtTOJf,
BETTLELON k PRETZINGER.
tuceesiors of J, A. Wai.tchi A Co., Wholesale
Imported and Domestic LlqnorN,
Or ALL KIKDi.
East India and Stoughton Bitteis,
i a di a Ui si 9
Third Bt, 2 doors Baat of the Poat-omce
TK. A, UKKJKK haa Anaooiated with him
ii in' practice or meniolne and surgry, Hr. J.
L Stephens, lata of Ht. Johus ltoiltai.rinafiii.ti
Pro j t attsutloB will he given to all oalls In their
prvimraB, v7Uo, auuia fMi writr oi jruin au4
Jnstice of the Peace,
AWD WOT ART POBLIO,
OFFICE, B ECKEL BUILDING,
Oa Jeffenon itraat, Bear tha tornar af Third,
In room foraiarly ooeupled by Juitlea Torrenea.
particular attention paid to drawing Peedl, Mort
fagea, Contract!, Bonda, and Legal Papera,
aiao.ooliaotlaai promptly made
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ILL PRACTICK IN ALL THE
Court! of McntrAmarr end ,lloln1na emm-
tiea, and will promptly attend to all bualuaia ao
truatcd tnhla oare.
Ufflce In Ctrgg'i Building, Third afreet.
JAMES H. STEWART,
Attorney and Counsellor
AND NOTAP1T PUBLIC,
ILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
to all hualneii eatrueted to hli oare, la Mont
gomery and adjoining oountlea.
Or KICK, in tha (Second Htorj of tha
Empira liuilding, Third atreot, Dajton.
oro. r. walker,
A. B. .RAMAN
WALKER & LEAMAN,
lltorncys at JLaw9
HI' A I, KSTATE AUENTn,
WILL PRACTICK THEIR PROKES
ilnn In tha aeveral Courte of Ohio.
OPKICK South line of Third itrert. between
Main and JonVnon, Dayton, O. deo24-wdam
Wholesale and Retail
BIASIIIACTI'IIEB V DC A LEU
"HATS" AND "GAPS!"
NO. 1S IE00RD STREET,
North Bide, betioten Main and Jefferton.
DATTOlf , OHIO.
ITrAil ordera will be thankfully received and
prumptly attended to. leba-lyd
T. K. WM.I.ARD, M. N. WH EATON
WILLARD k WIIEAT0N,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND MANUFACTURERS Or
FINE BOOK, NEWS
The HIGHEST Market Pnoe paid for RAGS. We
alio keep the largcat itook of, and lell mora
Than any other Houae In Dayton.
No. 326 Third Street,
norlT Near Main.
Uy Authority of the Mal States.
Wt adjust Lone honorably and pay them
DWELLIN08 AND CONTENTS INSURED
AT VERY REASONABLE RATES.
IM it, at nix Ins, Co.9
HAKTf 0ED, CONNECTICUT.
Morohants Stores nnd Htocka at Fair Rate.
eMS Agent, Dayton, Ohio.
Refrigerators! Water Coolers!!
KEEP COOLI KEEP COMFORTABLE!
WOULD you, during the coming hot
monthe.have rnaaH meatlnateadof taintei1
Nlcr butter Inatead of aaNciol Nwett milk Inatead
or aoual The imilki of your wile initead of her
rnowNil Then go at once and lay your oaie before
A. W. RICE & CO..
Huston Building, Dayton,
and your wishes ean be satisfied. They have Re
frigerators of all styles and sizes, all admirably
adapted to Impart to your comfort, and vReotagreat
saving of Iceover the old way of keeping it.
uiey nave aiso water coolers aeu ica cream
Freezers, and the
Old Dominion Coffee Pot!
Br the use of which all the aroma of your Coffee.
during boiling, Instead of going oil' In vsjvor all over
your nouse, is oonuensea ana inrown Dacjc into tne
Coffee, thus insuring to you a mora delicious article.
and effecting a saviug to tha amount of Cottea uaed.
THE CELEBRATED t i
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
AND FOR ALE BT
N. W. WILSON.
mi vai Tte
livi tav, Hastassa iirccii -
O vwa-GIVEITATRIAL!- Q
X7 "V a
DEALERS IN V.
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES!
rKHICLKS of overr description on band
anu ror sate cneap, at
Id Stand, on 4th (treat, between JeRfcrinn and Bt.
Alio aecond hand Barouchei and Buggiea for lale
t J-Wor made to order, and repairing done tntha
beat it-le,onahorl notice myil
Prices, 950, $60, & $65!
v eai allien idu tuiruvcuBiiuiii BiBiuniur
In speed, simplicity or adaptation to the purHses of
anythlngto euslthemt rhey contain all the seal
Improvements that hve ever been luveuted and uc
cesrtlully applied to Hewing Machluesi thus making
(lietn of more general utility and real practiial
wonh, as s'tplied to the purposes of family sewing
than anything aver yet produued. Tnese are the
only tint-flans Mauhlnes that are now sold at tha
above mode ate prices. They have no suier(or in
any resect, and, In order to thoroughly prove their
prautlcablllty and general usefulness, we do all
kinds or atAitHME skwimo to ohDKS, and freely
offer their use to any one who may feel disposed to
try them, giving all neoessary Instruction regard
ins; their oMiration and tnauagument.
For further particulars send for a eirsjUr, or In
fjutre at No. St Mala street, bvtwaea 1st and td.
KSuKyerj Mucblae warranted.
J1 C. AVHKrt, Agent.
1). ft" F. B. 8HUU
HAVE junt rooeived the Mercury, Ballou't
Plotorlal, N. V. Weekly, and Flag of Our Union,
for this week
A I.so iwooples Police Clasett son tain lug tha
Day ton Corres.Kmdsnca. Ji4
K IW)XES OraogM. Iq primt order, jui
rti P. P. 1. 9HVU.
nifiri 1 "'T n
Mri. WiniloW, nn etpertonood nuraa
and female physlelan, haa a toothing lyrup fof
children teething, which greatly facilitates tha
proeM of tithtnj by softening the gums, reducing
all Inflammation, will allay all pain, and Is Hire to
regulate tha bowels. Depend upon lt, mothers, It
will give rest to yourselves, end relief and health to
our Infante. Perfectly safe In all cases. ee ad
vertisement In another eoluinn. Jrt
Holloway'fl PUla and Ointment are
twla curatives, derived from the one origin, the
vegetable productions of the soli, Thry act In tint
sea on tho system, the one Internally upon the se
eretlens of the body, and the other externally
through thaoeuntless orifices of the skin, cleansing
and recuperating tha vital organlratlnn.
sold at t ie manufactory, No. So Maiden Lane,
New York, and by all druggists, at 20c., Qfto., and $1
per box or pot. jo'JtVdAwlw
R, M. B ARTLETT ' 8
TlllllO AMI WALNUT, CINCINNATI, O.
JIj One time la aa oxal aa another to cutiimatic..
JO Par partlcuiara, calL or a,l'lrcai the Ccll.c.
IK you would have somotMnf; extra in the
Daeuorreotypo, AmbrotypBor rhotnernph-
io linobeadTieed and go to Seobohtn'i i'nlnoe
of Art, Market Houea. lie ia tho only Ar
tist engaged in this buaimiaa. oct6
t&rHnt advertiaement of Dr. Stinford'a
LIVER IN V1UORATOR in another eol-
To Hotel Keepera, Reatanranta, Dnig
(lata. Oiooera and tba Public.
Dr. Brunon's Bitters,
HAVE, from their oxoollcni qualities, ban
recommended by the mutt F.mincnt Physicians
as a most valuable and never-falling remedy for
LIVRCOMP NTS BLOOD DISEASES
Ac. &c, Ac.
Are also a euro and certain preventive against
Fever and Ague, Cholera and Hummer Com
And Is a m st valuable and efficacious Tonic and
Appetite Creating Compound ever ottered to the
Jly the use of these Bitters All Diseases or the ftlood
will be thoroughly eradicated, aim nil those who are
Suffering from early excepts or Prostration of t lie
Physical Energies, will Iva restored to a Hotiuet and
Vigorous State of Health.
The Digestive Organs will be stimulated and Per
manently Strengthened, Appetite will be t reated,
and the debilitated Sulyeet Kestored tn New Life.
Thes remedy has a very agreeable taste, and will
betaken readily by children as well as adults.
AH persons suffering from any nl the alxn e com
plaints are Invited to try 1H. BHl! NUN'S 1UTTKKS.
Dose Koran adult, a small wine-glaaslui times
a day) for a child, a small tea-epooulul twice aday,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATE3.
74'J, Broadwii)-, IV. V.
IHolo a SO centa per bottle, fS per
dozen, $2,50 per gallon; extra Hitters for
Bar-rooms, by the gallon or barrel, at tho
low prioe of $1,25 per gallon; fine f tougnton
Bittori, $1,25 por gallon.
For tale by nil DrnggUtg and Orocen,
WHOLKSAl.K and HKTA1L AT
712 BROADWAY, N. Y.
A Card to tha Ladlea.
DR. DDPONCO'S GOLDEN PKRIODICAL
PILLS, FOR FEMALES.
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOR
Correcting Irregularitlel, Relieving Painful
ana Dlitreillng menstruation, "particularly of
tha Change of Life," and In Removing Ohatruo
tioni, from whatevor oauia. Also Ketention,
Paini in tha Ilaok and Loina, Preislng-down
Palm, Kuah of blood to the llend, lllzr.ineai.
Dimnem of Sight, Uraen Hirknata, lleavinesi,
Fatigue on any flight exertion, Palpitation of the
tleart, ana ail the vnrioui dittreiBIng complamti
particularly that moat annoying, weakening, and
tha beginning of all other Female weaknoaaei,
LEUCORItnOSA, OR WniTES.
And alwayi mooeiiful al a preventive. At tha
lame time there la nothing In theie Pilli that can
do Injury to lite or health. Let tba direotlon be
triotly followed, and you will find them ta be all
tney are rapraiented ao much io. that in nine
ont of ten caaai, I will warrant them. lo not be
diioonraged If one box ihould fall, but try anoth
er, although, aa a geDeraltbing,
ONE BOX IS SUFFICIENT.
Thouiandi of oertlDoatei are In tbe handa of
tha Proprietor, from lome of tbe flntladiaiin tha
io, are cautioned agaimt uaing these l'ijla, ai tha
rroprietor aaiumea no reanannbiltty after tha
above admonition.although their mildneii would
prevent any Injury to health ; otharwlaa theie
Pilli are reoommended. Direction! loiomDin,
N.ll Tha oompoiitlon of theie Pi ill la "no
eerat." Tba general agenti are preiented with
tha receipt, and they will tell yon they are, with
out doubt, tha beat Family Medicine aver Intro
duoed ilnoa tha loienoe of medicine dawned upon
theworld. Price II per box.
aVaV Bold wholeiale nnd retail in Dnyton by
HUBBARD A ROBIJS'iiON,
BaltlldeMainit..betweenA,t and 4lh.
and by Dn. W. W. STEWART,
Ho. Phlllipi New Building.
Thaabova Droggliti are aele agenti for Mont
gomery eonnty, Ohio. They will lupply dealer.,
and land tha Pilli to Ladiei by mail to any part
of the eonntry (oonddeutlally) oa receipt of $1,00
through the Dayton Poit office. nov2U-ly
Arrival this Day
Foreign and American Jewelry !
Jeweler, Clr?,Ts VuHdlnir 319
nirsi ire;i, ifnyiou, vnio,
REhl'KCTKULLY intiinatea Ui the public
that he has just received ONK OF THE
LAHUT AHSllHTMKNTd OV JK WHl.HV KVKK
BRUIIUHT TO DAYTON AT ONK TIM t'., DIRKCT
KKOM KNULAND and New York, which h will
orfer for sale at such prices as cannot fail to Induce
poraruus to purunaie. j ne stock comprises
Etruacan Carboncla Betta,
Do Coral, Do
Do Lava, Do
Do Roman Moaato, Do
Do Florentine, Do
Do Cameo, Do
Do Jet, Do,
Jefbraeelets with rich Cold mountings.
1-ava do with richly carved heads.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's fUreve Links and
Studs, tn Immense varieties.
Coral, laava, aud richly painted Dreast rinsand
Ladles' Chattelatne Plni.
Uold Vest Chains.
Ladles' Chattelalne, do.
Plated goods comprising lee Pltchere, Hreakfast
Cavtor Hetts, Aa. suitable for the season .
Aud an Immense number of other articles too nu
merous for Insertion. Jjwtiesand Gentlemen come
and examine our newgi ods, we shall havepleasare
in showing even should you not purchase. An early
lnsiieotion is solicited.
N. B Litwral discounts allowed for cash pay
Noike, to (KIzpus and Farmers,
with V.. J. iNKi.ia.ol
rnilnueipliia, lor one hun
dred barrels of Italian t e
nisut. and also kuutuckv
t'emeut regularly. I am
prepared to build C'isleins
aul i t-in fut Cellars, supe
rior to any tliavt have tx-ei
do no heretnfiire. Work
wiu ue iua4le perfectly wa
ter-ttrht anl warranted.
manner, aud at tit lowest
I Filters of everv htmt mil
in i i-irrus, lop or uoitom,
' All f'tatiama if All k.ui-
or over, nltered frea uf
The Subscriber has had
nine jeers experience in
the business, and has given general satisfaction. The
best of reference given, if r-(Ulred.
Kesldmee, No. lol, JrlUrsou street, wet aide, be
tween 6th and eth.
N. B.Tn orilertoeoinitete w Hh those Jirit k fltms
that are going Into the ( 1 tern busltirfr, I hiII bui.d
Bnea i lsieiits, grsuted, for ao cents per banel
solid, g raut walled, 10 cents per l iiriel; i tnt bt on
earth, with brlca top, 40 cents jer bairel,
Two Barrels Pine Appl ea
INPUIMKORDElt, leceired thi mora
inf. ' V.Kf.n.filVCl.
The Late Fatal R. R. Accident.
SCENES ATTnE WRECK!
vfirriiTAiafTY or tiik fatk or
.tiaiy or rnt; rAsstGLits.
SUFFERING OFTHE WOUNDED !
lnt'lilrnla Durlnic the Ocmrwioe.
rnOBABLE CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT
The Late Fatal R. R. Accident. Names of the Dead as far as Known,
And List of the Wounded.
The tolrgrnph haa already fiirnihliod us
with a briof statomcnt of the railway disna
tor on tho Southern Michigan ltuilrond; but
the Chicago 7iim of yesterday, givea. the
Mlowing of the disaster:
THE WRECK, MIDNIGHT, Tuesday, June 28.
the wreck of the unfortunate Mi
chigan Southern train at eight P. M., this
evening in company with a large company of
others, who were proceeding to tho sccno of
disnstcr, Our trnin was unusually crowded
nnd ajdtio sense of tho solemn nature of our
arratid aoemcd to porrade tho whnlo of the
olliccrs nnd passengers. The night was ex
cessively hot, tho inconvcnicnco of the heat
Iwing greatly incrensed by tho want of wa
ter among tho passengers. Wo would sug
gest to the management of this road, a priori,
the necessity and propriety of attoiiding to so
important a matter of comfort. From a low
miles enst of Chicago to Lnporto.wo sulfored
among tho rest, from a parching thirst which
we could not satisfy until we arrived at that
city. At Lnporto tho first evidences of the
terrible scono, enacted a few hours tieforo .be
gun to bo manifest in tho tears and sobs of
residents of that city, who had friends on
board that unfortunate train. Several wo
men, who had just mcoived tho melancholy
news of tho loss of sotno loved ono, woro
wringing their hands upon tho plntform in all
tho bitter ngony of impulsive grief. A few
questions wero asked in whisiwrs, and wo
passed on. Arrivingnt South Bend, an over
whelming Bonso of tho ruin wo wero aliout
to look on, increased in its intensity, and all
leu mo weight ot a calamity coming near
cr and nearer to our own hearts.
Proceeding Rlowly nnd in siloncc, wo nt
last caught sight of tho glimmer l tho sad
beacon lights Imilt on tho edee of tho ravine.
denoting tho falsi pot wbero so much of
tins liie'g mortality" passed at ono fntai
plungo into tho torror oij.stiddon and violent
death. Torrilic sceno! Fit nlace for an an-
cident of such shuddering consequence of
such startling ngony and ilonth. Tho cars
stopped within a few yards ofthisdork gulf,
ana woaiigmon amia a crowd of laborers nnd
villagers who had been strenuously laboring
in behalf of their fellow-men so violently
ushered into eternity. Tho sceno of tho
wreck can Ira better realized by a description
of tho locality, tho works and tho tracks pre
vious to tho accident. Tho rails aro hero
run over an embankment somo thirty foot
high, crossing a small stream and ravine of
inconsttlurablo dimensions. Tho stream was
earned under tho track by a culvert which
from being too small or from being choaked
up with fallen trees brought down by the
freshet, was undoubtedly tho cause of tlio ca
Tho culvert was built of solid maannrr.
and was ten feet wide, that measurement be
ing regarded as amply sufllcicnt for the
body of water coursing through tho ravino.
Whether the engineer who planned that cul
vert made all proper allowances for the heavy
rains common to all tho country situated al
tho head of hikes is not for us to say; it
wuiuu seem, nowevcr, mat a ten-loot cul
vert would otford sullicicnt capacity for
w nui is luuiiuiuuiiy Known as' iiry run," nnd
bo quite lurgo enough to carry off any freshet
of ordinary power that might pour down its
bod. We do not know whether tho debris
that would naturally lloat down was nro-
viuea against, or not, and must leave the
company to set itself right with the public
on that point without delay, ns it is tho only
instance in which any possible blamo can
attach to tho company, or by which they
can bo held morally responsible for tho cal
Assuming that, through somo cnuso or
other, the water was not carried off as fast
as it accumulated, tho cmlianknicnt of tho
track would operate as a dam, which, from
tho marks upon the trees and shrubbery, it
evidently did, intil an immense body of
water, say twenty feet doop, accumulated a
long distance back, and prossed with its
great force upon the body of sand of which
tho track was composed, nnd percolating
and undermining it to a fearful extent. Tho
moment tho engine struck tho spot, tho
whole body of sand gave way, and tho train
was instantly buried amid a wild torrent of
drift, sand and water, in indistinguishable
ruin, lt was but a single plunge, and the
whole mass rushed to lind its level: tearing
away trees and plowing wider tho ravino
with fearful velocity. In .lifteen minutes
the ruin was complete, and such of the pas
sengers as were not hurt could walk ovor
the bed of tho ravine almost dry-shod. It
is asserted that the train was running at
slow speed when sho met with tho accident,!
nut irom the position of tho locomotive,
which is buried on tho cast side of the gulf,
it is our opinion that she was running at tho
rate of thirty or thirty-flvo miles an hour.
This speed, howcycr. would show no culpa
bility on the part of any of tho oUicers in
cliargo, as she would bo running about right
at that speed, as soon as she had reached
this point and got over the curve.
As previous informants have stated, ti e
whole train, with the exception of the Bleep
ing-car, was shivered to splinters, and the
loss of life is as terrihlo, if not more terrible,
than any similar disaster that ever happened
in America. Tho crash of the wreck was
hoard at Mishawnka, and immediately tho
tiro-alarm was rung, and tho city summoned
Irom tlietr neds to aid in the recovery of tho
dead and wounded. Tho bruised and ter
rified Osgood, unmindful of his own wounds,
leaped from theearnago, and with the assis
tant of sonft laltorcrs, had built fires on the
edgo of the gulf by tho time the inhabitants
had arrived from Mishawnka. midnight ad
ding a decpur horror to the terrific scene.
lly means of ropea and chaius portions of
(he wreck were separated, and tho work of
excavating the dead, tho dying, and the
wounded immediately commenced. Some
of the bodies were sorely mangled, others
mangled and drowned together. The shock
of death had apparently been so sudden
with some of them, that they never could
have felt a mortal pang, and prolwbly had
sunk into the sleep that knows no waking,
from tiie toriior and doze of the weary trav
eler, in whi :h many of them had been soon
a few minutes previously.
It is gratifying to learn that every effort
was made by tha men to save the women,
many of whom owe their lives to tho noble
self-sacrifice of the sterner sex. Numer
ous aud touching aro the incidents which
occurred during tho worst passage of that
trying hour. We aro told of one poor fellow
who now lies in a precarious condition at
Mishawaka, that crawling with his wounds
out of tho car, tho screams of a young wo
man for help arrested his progross. He
turned round, and, with great dilllculty,
helHd her out of the water, and with the
aid of others placed Imr in safety on the
bank. On learning her name ho found that
she was his own niece, whom ho had not
seen for twenty years. What a meeting!
1 lie reports ol tlie dead are various, as
they must, from tho violent niuuro of the
accident ever la). After examining careful
ly all the accounts, after examining tne
grounds and force of the torrent into which
tho Lodius wero plunged, we are impelled to
tlie sorrow nil conclusion that some are lost
who will never be found. Throe bodies were
taken from a lit ill race two or three miles be
low where the accident occurrodin Tuesday,
aud ono body is reported to hare tieen recov
red near Mies ltiver. Tlta statement of
the lady who was caught in a tree, that she
heard aevaral float past her calling for help,
coutlriua thi conviction, aud tli uutlao-
eboly nnocrtathty trf th fBcar of th row,
and also of th Inhabitants cd South Bend
and Mishawnka, on point so Important,
renders it Impostibla to balieva otherwise.
W saw twenty-three bod its togeiher in
tha freight-house it Mishawak. Tha body
of the train boy in another room; a number
of bodies were at South Bend, a number at
tlie Kilburn House, Mishawaka. Superin
tendent Campbell informed us personally,
that quit a number had been identified and
taken away. A Mr. C. P. Smith, ranker
and hroker of New York, diod yesterday
morning, at fnnr A. M., and several others
are missing. Th wounded are suffering se
verely from their injuries, and some of them
can not liv. What these positive facts and
positiv uncertainties will foot up in the ag
gregate number of deaths, is too fearful to
The following is a list of dead, injured, and
uninjured, as far as can be ascertained at
Thi Dead. Mrs. Increase Sumner, Alice
C, Sumner, nine years of age, Neville K.
Sumner, six years, all of Chicago; Mary Ann
Curran, Dunkirk, N. Y.J Mr. MoNoaly, Kon
du Lao, Wis.) Kichard Muldary, Calumot,
la.; Mr. Strecter, Sparta, Wis.; llenery
Fleckengor, Heading, l'a.; I). P. McCullotigh,
hawroncebtirg, Ind.; Tho. Mishan,cahin boy
Laporte ; .1 . W. llartwnll, express messcngor,
Toledo; dames P. llabbinglon, baggage mas
ter; C. W. Smith, road-master; Air. K. P.
(iillets and child, Stono Mills, N. Y.J Dnvid
Tulip, enginocr, Laporto; Thoodoro Tulip,
fireman, Laporto; a woman and four children,
named Tiswold; Mrs. H. II, lingan, liock
ford, diod last night; Jacob Smith, banker,
Wall-street, N. Y., do.j Cornolius Wal
worth, Uome, Wis , do., and eleven bodies
In-iubkd. S. II. Arnold, Decatur county,
Iowa.soverely; W. H. Wcllor, Milwaukic.
slightly; 11. O'Brien, Chicago, slightly ; Mary
Coats, Yourfgstown, Ohio, slightly; Miss D.
A. Porter, Sturgis, Mich., throe ri'os broken;
W. N. Connel, slightly; M. H.Hegon, Hock
ford, III., slightly, ilosso Hyling, Louisville,
l'enn,, slightly) W. J. Hawk, Charleston,
Va., slightly; A. Van Saalk, Warren Co.,
Iowa.soverely; four children of above, slight
ly; Win. Osgood, conductor, slightly; Mr.
Sohnub, Chicago, leg broken; K. P. Oillctt,
Stone Mills, N. Y., slightly; Fred. Miller
llolmcsville, Iowa; Augustus White, Iowa;
J. H. (inrdner, Joncsvtlle.Mich.; Wiu. Klan
nory, P. Myers, P. Quinno, V. K. Anderson,
Ainsworth III.; A. I). Piser, Chicago; Dan.
P. liliodes, Cleveland; Mrs. Hhodcs was on
the train; W. Jurry and wife, Brooklyn, N.
V.; Oscar Waspotor, Kockford, III., (r. Den
nett, Adrian, Mich.; Philander Walworth,
Homo Mich., scvorely; 8. H. Besmia, Ma
deira, Pa., slightly.
Passkniikiw Linin.h'uk.ii. Oeorge Bliss,
Presidont of tho road, Springfield, Mass.;
Iliram Bliss, Director, Springfield; L. P.
Hillard and son, J. 11. Bracken, K.Dickin
son and J. K. Gardiner, Chicago; Ixjwis
Kellor, Stratisburg, Pa., John Heck, Homo,
Iowa; K. W. Tait, Susquehanna, Pa.; K. A.
Uurlcy, Vermont; Honery Crosc, Phila.; W,
White, DeKalb, III.; S. Arnold, Decatur, 111.;
Calvin Ilagan, Milwaukic; Theron Pardee.
Blooinington.Ill.; I. J. II. Hico, Laporto, la.;
Oeorgo Tomlinson, Kacinc, Wis.; W. AV.
Wright, Cleveland; L. Knap and lady, Wash
ington; It. Llevcrcaux, Onetdn, N. Y K. M.
Knnpp, Hudson, Wis.; Miss II. K. Knapp,
Auburn, N. Y.J C. II. Grant, Watcrtown,
Mass.; Hubbard, wifo and two children, San-
dusky, O.; Mrs. Kramer and two children.
Handuskv, o.; Charles r . Sherman; M. Mor
rison and Lady, St. Paul; Gnttrid Wctzcll;
James Whilehill, Erie Co., 111.; E. A. Evo-
lin, Addison; .lohn Grnssol, Sheldon, Vt.;
1C. 15. Wells, Hudson Wis.; O. N. Abbey
Clovoland; C. Muttoon, Geneva, F. Wilkes,
Mnysville, Wis.; Mrs. Wilson, Maysville,
Wis.;C. H. Arliorhack, Mount Vernon, N.
Y.J Frank Dnkin, Freeport, 111.; Miss Moore,
I'reenorl, ill.; Mrs. tioorge Dakin, nurse
and infant, Freeport, 111.; A. J. Perry and
wifo, N. Y.j Mrs, Ezra Wood, Chicago; Mrs.
Van Saulk, Warren Co., Iowa; V. Jackson,
Waukesha, W is.; Mrs. C. N. Elder, Wauke
W. P. DEVOU & R0CKWO0D,
iMPORTEIll, WHOLESALE DEALERS AND MANUFAC-
Cloaks and Bonnets,
83 & 85, PEARL ST., CINCINNATI, O.,
Offer to the Merchant! and Milliner! of thil aeotion
a complete agaortuienl or
Straw and Bilk Bonnets,
Bonnet Ribbon and
Our extcnalve connection In the above trooda, en
aid. i ua to aell aa low aa oan be ottered aat or
Weet, and we invite the attention of cioee ttiyera,
I f-K.peoial luduoeuentl to CASH UU VKHS.
Elastic Fire and Water-Prof
CEMENT ROOFING! !
Putented Scploiiiber 13,183T.
First Premium Awarded
OHIO STATEFAIR, 1857-
State aud County Rights for Bale,
WE AKK NOW rKKTAUKD TO TUT
our Patent Cement on new Koofs, or overold
shingles, Iron, Tar or Tlu Hoofs, lt making no d i Her
etic e how steepor tint the Hoof ma be. Ou account
of its great auraiumy, it is one 01 tne eneHpest and
oesi preservers oi moiai roots, rriss ps per stjuare, i
(loo square feet,) on new Hours, or old etnugie i
Hoots; i on iMttai Koois. irom pi aiteutiongiea
tuoniermor maieriai,aouressro u
J. HKt'a LEY a CO.,
No. 113 Pearl street, Cinci natt, Ohio.
r- Composition and Cement for sale.
Kfc.AU Thli FOLLOWING;
Citft iNriATi, O., Pehruary 18 lSo7,
This Is to eertlft that 1 have examined the sam
ples of J- Ueckley and l o.'s Cement aud Composition
Hoof, and cam say that 1 thin a them eiiunl.lt not su
perior to any Cement or Composition Roof now in
use. I have one ou my house, adjoining to where 1
was lately burned out, and mutt say that It stood
the test admirably. 1. A. I'OWH.U
uiRnxRATi, June vw, lnoa.
Thlsts to certify that we haveemnloved Messrs.
J. Beck ley aad Co. to put their Cement Roof on our
foundry at tne west end oi a,ifnin street, and thus
far It has given entire eatlafaolion, having been ful
ly tested by severe rlns, ete. The burningof a la
ree frame ware-house aljuininglscn'hlng our wood
worn and destroy :g our glass, produced no effect on
luhrj-emdaw bhkbu sahstuw and CO
4. aVTTEftriBLD, 4, CaUAME.
Jennings. Buttcrfield & Clark.
231. MAIN BTRBT,
THIS DAT AND SVENINO,
KCCnNE & CO.,
Maaufaeturare aad Dealers la
WINES & LIQUORS,
NO. alVrATIOIII? ITIIECT,
Discaaes of tho Lungs ond Throat,
Ho. JOT Via ft., between Ith and 6th.
PE I.HONS HA VINCI ANY AFFKC
tlons of the Lungs or Throat are Invited to rail
at I) a Woi.re'e Cim inhati Imstitutr, where this
class of maladies Is treated elusivelj on the most
Improved method of medicating air for Inhalation;
In oi nnrctton with constitutional treatment.
Thrme who cannot visit the Institute, but are de-
will have a oircular sent tn them containing; n luli
description of Medicated Inha'ntion aud a list of
qupMlons respecting disease lh the chest, which, by
annwerlug correctly, will enable me In many In
stances to forma proper opinion of the ease, ant
prenorlbe and forward It eapnts or otherw ise (as
ordered) the proper medbMnes ami Inhaler, (see the
engraving above,) with full dlnnctloti", to be used
at home. In this way, I have treated patients with
entire succeas, after their home physician had pro
nounred them hopelessly incurn'de.
Tor the oircular enclose a postage stamp, and
Dn. N K. WOLFK.
Box 9.140, tlnolunati, Ohio.
Note. Dr. Wor.rr has Just published a work on
Consumption, and its treatment hy Medicated Infla
tion, which he recommends to the attentive perusal
of every person who supots disease lurking In
their lungs. It will be sent, mr.t or post a ok. to
persons in any part of the country or adjoins; States,
at 9a cents per cony. The trade supplied at a liber
al discount. Address as above. n.y'i-smdfcw
CORN AND FEED MILLS, OF ALL
llree, In Strong Iron Krampa, (Mat aolij.
We ilroMe ahof our Bit rra with Na'oh.r'e Diamond
Point llreaa (patent.) for which wo own the exolu
ilve HlRht. With thi! llrrai a iaravr yield, and a
Iwtter quality of Flour can I made than wit ha in in
uae, and It. almplielty enahlra any man to I hia
ownmlller without hclng a practical Murr Ureaarr.
Smut Marhtnra, Flour Parkrra,
Uoltine ( loth, Iloltlnir, r to , ftp ,
Portal,!! Knsinea and Itollrri,
W. W. HAMKR and CO., Sole MaiiuUrturrr-,
Northcaat corner Wcitern How and Columbia,
(Sneond at.,) Cinoiunatl, Ohio.
N. B We build both Upper and L'nder Hunner
Circular aenton application with P. O.SIatnpi.
BUC II A IV A
333 WEST FRONT BTHEET,
Against "Yo Ancient" DAYTON !
PIIILOHOPHKIl.S pronounce tlie propoai
tlon Irrational that, an "irit-alatai.lc liotlj can
e er oome In contact with an Immovable one." lie
that a. It may, nne thin Ii certain, and beyond auc
coaaful contradiction, that the UFST aftrl CHKAP
KST tioons ever ollered to the people of liaytun,
are to lie found at No. 314, COH. FIFTH AND CLAY
BENJi F. WAIT
la now epenlnit a larts and magnificent aiaortment of
Staple & Fancy Dry goods,
Jiut retelved from th Eaatcrn Clllr-i, and .elected
by hlmaelf, expreaily for thlimatkct. Hi! ituek la
ium, eonitiiiug lhpart of
Fancy Silks, Cballiea, Drilliants, Lawns,
White goods, of all descriptions, llo
siery, Notions, eto., eta. A fine
lot of Spring A .Surumrr Shawls,
Capes and Mantillas, a
large and splendid as
sortment of lion
nets, & lion
Every kind and vnricty of Hats a lurge
suppiy far young and old.
Al rente and other extier.ifi are rjiti"h leaa Vaat
of th "deep watcra," he frela confident Inbeiiiff
able to anl at lower tlKurce, FOR Til K CASH, than
can be obtained el.ewhere; not even excepting ti.e
e.tabll.bnieut prcatded over by the gentleman irom
new lora. ar Jl4-3niuaw
119 & 121, MAIN STREET.
19. S. SCHMR 119.
U AS JUST KKt'KIVKU 1I1S SPUiMl
etocE of Dry OothIs. com oris In everv thlnff new
and eiegant4n the line.
Fanoj and Hlnck
In ever? variety of style, bought recently, and sell
in at LOW I'KICKS.
ails and I .ace Mantillas,
atvirta and Trimmings,
New Hty.es. and at
Hi: out r.u I'aiLEst
Organdie A Valencia Rubes,
( haliies, Foulards
JUTiZC, Ar.i-.Ais, Yaienoia,
and Traveling Dress Good'
CHI NTZ KH,
French and Knrllsh,
Heresies, t hambrays,
lileai hrd bnd Brown
FURNISHINO GOODS, in great variety, and at pri
ce which cannot fail to pleas.
121. -:- 121.
SPRING CLOTH INC!
IClrgant French Cloth, Dress and Froca Coats; tine
Fancy Cassimere Bustuesi Coats; Spring H.
glauis and Overcoats, the latest styles)
Fashi"Bable Kile Band Cassimere,
a Flam and Fancy Cassimere
Pants of all descriptions
ilK, H.tm, Velwl,
In fact he has now on hand a full and somplete stock
of all the latest st. lea of
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
For MEN and BOYS, I
FOKSPKINO AND SUMMKIt WEAR, 1
and whieh he will aell at lower prieesthan similar
sHMts oan be purchased for at any utht-rplaceiu tlie
Custom work will be given particular attention.
Thepublio will please remember the place No.
U and 111, Main street, opposite Thllllps House,
New Dental Office in
No. 121, JcflVriuo atreot, near tho corner of
h it th, in the residence formerly uocupi
ed by L. K Clallin.t Mre. ttoodinan.
THK subscriber haa removed his nraVe from Lima,
Allen co., O., and eermauently located as above.
All nitrations iwrtaluiiig to the practice of lriitts
try will be Ksrloriurt in the larst ajanner, aud u
ntvle ot teeth inserted that may be orvlvrred.
Particular attention paid to Inserting his Sew
Stjieoi raieu rurwuiu riaie Arnnolal Icwth.
at. a. a ATTsvti i'h w ait, i). it. a.
Columbn Aveuui and Watar B treat
a: I: wT: j .ro,.,uio,..
A FINK lot of Fin Apple Ju.l reelved.
my . nutinnuma . 4,'0.
inn tin: arntor rt-RR or
tiia;tU!it Fovor 0 Vovrr tuid Afeu,
nemitt:it Fever, Chill FeTor, J&mh
Aj.10, rorio'J'xal Hoadnohe, or Diliouu
IlJoJic'no, find Biliortt Fevers; indaod
nr tho wholo Qlva of Diwv.03 orifjl-
., r..itl.:(j i'.i b Lib 77 dorangnmeat, O.mhoU
by th j Mahria of mltMmatio eonntrioj.
JCii one rmril , li Imidcr rnllcrl for hy tlto n'n
rc..iiif4 of t!ir AintTicnn ttroplr hnn a auto ami
aili' dire f.ir Frvcr nnd Aiue. Such ivineilv
v,o nro tnw rnnliU'd tn nllir, with n pcrf.-ct rrr
tnltity tlint it will er-trlirnte III" rliseaap, ntul vrnli
n-tinu, fnnndi'il on proof, tltnt fj Ikina enn
ari 0 f ont it n o In any quantity. ' $
Tlint aliirlt prraecta from or prevents tMa tli...
oi-d.T mii-t lie df imnvnie ncrvii c i:t tlto rotnmu
iiitica nlicru it prernila. PrmMion Is letter
t'i:iit nro, f.ir the pntirnt oarn)K-a tho risk which
h ) miKt nn In violent ntturka of tliia liulil'ul
ili ti'inpor. 'J'ltia " Clritu " cxcl the miua
v.w'u' poison of Fkvib axd Ant n from Ihn
a;, rem, mt'l prevent' llio tln-elopment of tlto
li .(-(, ir i.iKfn o.i thu flrat npruaclt of It, pre
monitory MT.ijrnma. It la not only lim IwKr
tvnt rlv't'vof y.'t (liftiveird 1'or thta rlnart r,f ertri.
ii!;u.ii.., hut n'lao !ie rhenjieat. Tho luriri' nun
lilv no anpply for n dollar tiling, it nithin tho
n':i h uf evei Uslv j find in bilion4 ili-trl.-ia,
hern 1'i.vkr ANn Ant'a jirevnila, cverr lawly
sho.thl have it, nn I n.a it livrly, hotli for eui'u
n:i I I iroh'i timi. Ii ii hojiccl litis price will plnre
ll iihin llw ri nclt of nil the poor d well aa the
i'i'h. A rrcut tmfKM-itirity of thia mmctly over
nny i.iIht vcr tli.covorod for tho aiictily nntl
ci'i tiiiii rttra of Inl. imillcnta a, tlint it eontnins
no Quinine or mini nil, rimarqnentlr it produce
no ouiniHtn or other injitrinna etrccta whatever
ti",ii lint roiwiiiitioii. Thoiio ctirt'd bv lt am
lift ns hcnltliy as if they had never hail the din
rnae. I'ovpr nnd Ariic l. not alone the conncquenro
of tho minrmntir iK,iann. A (rrcat variety of tlis
onlera ariaa from it. irtitntion, amonrr wliii li in
Nournlfin, Khctimntiatn, (.out, Urania, ho, Illiml
ncaa, 'I'ootliacho, Knrnihc, L'alarrli, Aathnm,
l'nlpilntitm, l'ltinful Affeetion of tho fiplcon,
llyaieriia, Tuin in tlie liuwuli, (,'olir. I'snilvaie,
and Derangement of tho Stomach, all of wl'iii h,
when oriiualinir in this raiiao, put on the Inter
miltont tvpc.or iiecoinc periodienl. Thii "Ci;nii"
cxpnla tho poiaon from tho blood, and roiiae
qnently rtttea them all alike. It ia nn invalua
ble pruiuetiun tu itmuurrants, nnd ncrsoiis lint,
ellinir or temporarily niiilinr; In tlio malnriotia
tlistrieta. If taken oecnjionally, or daily, whilo
exposed to the infeetion, that will be excreted
from the ayatem, nnd rnnnot necumtilate in suf
ficient quantity to ripen into diaeaae. Hence it
ia prn more vnlunhln for protoetitm thnn euro,
nnd few will ever imffcr from Intermittent!!, if
they nvnll themselves of the protection this rem
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIO
nro no romnnftcd tlint diejip within tlio rnnjrc nf
Hair union rim rnn-ly witliKfuiul orevmlo them.
1 tu it- poiu'trntlnr prDportlt-s senrrh, and cleansu,
and InviKonito every portion of the hum mi or
Cimisin, corrertln Ita disuascd action, nnd ro
BtoiiiiK U hunlthy yltulities. As a connt-iition
of tlii so pm;Krtlt'N, the Invnlhl who In liowcd
down wilh pain or physical debility U astonUhr d
to find his health or energy restored by a irmeilv
ftt nnco so siiiiple and inviting.
Not only do they euro tho rvr?rv-cliiT rom
iilniutfl of rviry body, but also ninny fonni(l;i
blu nnd ihuinins dinosfs. The nircnt In low
nnmod 1b ph-naod to fumlsit ffrntls my Amortrim
Alinnnur, containiiii cf rtifitutrs of their ruien
and dinn tious for their nne in the following coin
jduiuts! (Jo.sif-ai'trAt, Ilrartbrirn, Jirtidnrhr nrtn
myfrom dimmlrrrd Stomach, Anusen, Indiyexiian,
Pain in mid Morbid Jiuirtivn of thr liouvlnt Flat
nfanrp, Ishh of Apprtttv Jnundirmt and other
kimlml compluintM, nrtsnr from a low statu of
tlie body or obstruction of Its funrtions.
Do nut lto put off by tinprim lphil Dcnlers with
pome other pill they make more profit on. Ak
fur Aylii'a riLi-suini take nothing el he.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
TOR TfIR BAP ID CI RK OF
Coughs, Cold3, Inflnenza. Hoameness.
Croup, Broncliitifl, Iucipiont Consump
tion, and for the relief of Conjumptivo
Patients ia advanced itagei of tlio
Ro wido U tbo field of lt unrfulnrna, and so
numenms ore the cases of Its mre. thnt nlnimt
every aeetion of country abounds lt pernons
puidlely known, who have been restored from
alanniiif; mid even desperate dlwuties of tho
mf! by Its uso When onrc tried, Its suHrior
ity over every other medicine of its hind Is too
apparent to csenpo observation, nnd where it
virtues an' known, the public no longer hepltute
wiutl antidote to employ Tor the (tiatresalug nnd
duriwroii HiTectlou of tho pulnionan orrnn
lli:tt nn; ineidont to our climate. While many
liit-'rinr n-medicM thrift upon tbe communily
h ive laihd anil been liararded, this ha gained
I'll-'tidai by ovury tnnl. conleiTwl benetits on the
arltietfd tliev can never forget, ami priMluet'd
cinvs tim iiuiiieroua and too reimukivldc to Ik'
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.
CJ-Kor by a.le
W. W. $TKwaaT,'and J. W. Dirtkicii,
Wm. II. Neui.kv, Germantown.
(Iko. I.. Hktrr, Miamiaburg.
R. Mi Alexander, Centrcville.
Anil hy all DriiKxIita and Ilc.lerln Medicine.
M l HE, (JKSTKIN & t)() , C'in.,
feb7-l)ilaw Cirneral Atrenti.
I. N. & W. M. GREEN.
(lata t. N. Green,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 3IU, XIIIKD ST.,
A HE NOW PliErARED TO SEI.l.
A Unoda to the Jobtlna Trail.. Our atack la com
plete ami aelei tedwilti Kreat care, and we buy for
A.il exclualvel . We can and will aell (loo. la to
prompt buyera at the very loweit Maraet Hrlee
uuw-raare reapecliuuy ln uma u flv. Ul a tall.
uil i bbla i'ickerel, White Kiaii and Trout.
3D " N. O. Molaaae.
40 Sacki Hio Coffee.
20 " 1'eacbel and Apples.
10 M.ls. Uice.
1000 lba. Codtiah.
'..r Cheats and Caddies fin Tea.
MO Sacka Salt,
Z't dm, llrrxima.
25 " Waah Board.
Cermaa Cherrlea, Prune,, I'ln, Raialni aad Nut!
of all alnib, all of which will baaoldai Law aa the
City Property for Sale.
ADES1KK to viait Europe, induces tne to
offer my preaent Heatdenee, located on the north
ideof Third alre.t, below Perry, for aale. The lot
ia IMlfrct ftont .Uil 2UO leet dve. north ami ...1 an
alley, ua which are three liweilla Houace, a l on
eervatory, Stable, Woo Houm, aad many other
1 he whole ia handanmelr arranred tn egerden,
with a crest many utrrerent klnoa of chole. fruit
be.rlnatree.,mMieaoush to ai.h. wiae; a great
variety ol hardy nowera and flowering ahttiibery '
ornament the garden. A great many different iuta
uf GrernhuiiM. Pl.nte, auch aa Uraaar. lmvum.
I'omrgranatra, Hoaee. al V rt. a. OI..Ddera.siie .1 i.-r
cholc. Plauta in the Cona.rv.uiry. Alao, a number
i i,ruiii. .muni uirua, e.
Th. uremia, eombln. all th. ManntaMM....
cery for health and comfort In th city, ai well
aa a large garden.
feraima who wlah to purehaee a hMuUful home,
are In. tied to call and view th. premtar..
rrwwMwum aaa long pay menu.
my-md j. j. l.ANCTl:nT.
ENGLE'S BEER SALOON,
Bckl Building. Jfferon trt, b.
wn ui ana 4a, Dayton.
KEEI'Son hand th beat quality of Ale
l ager Brer, ituea'a Beer, (a aiitrlor baver.tge,
and equal to th heal Ale,) aud everything good and
cooling for the hot wenthrr.
lie a.t.u Ik,i nick nacka for luaeb Clgara, To
Aa h. 11 determined to aeeu a qul.t and r)vcta-
hi houae, he reevtlully MiUalla a .hare of public
patroium. JACUU KM.U.
D HEINZ & DRO'S.,
HAVE a Haloon on Third Street, opposite
the I'o.t ORlee, where Ihrjr will hiralili their
uit mere with all aorta of
Ale, Beer and Winej
They particularly eall attantlaa to their An quall
tj of " U I "TV A LK ' or In other word.,
'AL F AND 'ALT.
Wll URANDENHUKQ A CO. bar juat
. rtved at boa freer. Orange. aiyll
GODKY'M Lady Book, lut Maf.juatro
.lva be .