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190 MAIN STItH.T,
11KTWKKN MARKET AND FOURTH
W. G. ROBINSON,
(COCEStOR TO MCtllARO RuBmtOH,)
TS NOW RKCEIVINC! AT THIS WELL
A known stand hli FOURTH purrhaa. for thle
seaeon.from Nrr York, Philadelphia, Baltimore end
Cincinnati, a general assortment of goods usually
kept In a flrst-alass nrng Store.
Among tha assortment may be fonnd genuine Ltt
hln's French Extracts for tha La.llee, K. Dupuy'a
"Kin Ma U'llik," RKIn'i Franiiana, Glenn'.,
H.ule'e Harrison's, Wrlght'e, Ilernr's and other
Perfumery! Fancy soajie of every style anil quality,
anch a. Hattn's, Ul.nn's, Haitle'ai Honey, Glycerine,
Frangtpana anil Camphorated Aapai Fonclne, Era
slv. and G'uutn. vlil brown Windsor Soap, Ac, lio.
A lull Una or pura Liquors, by tha bottle or pint,
for meJtclnal and mechanical purtioses, Turn.r',
Ginger Wine, and Blackberry Branilyi superior Ca
Extra quality, suitable (or Patent and Common
OILS, PAINTS, AXD VARNISH,
Of every poii.b. r kind, color and quality.
la reat vartMy,tKuRht directly from the Manufac
turr, foroih, ami can an-1 will, therelore, be old
a .hcap Hi any house In this city-
lUKItliAVK.S HOLLAND HITTERS,
For which I .m tolr apnt fnr thli city and county.
Dealer u1pUm1 at the Mnufcturrr prices.
Uf ever? kind now In use.
II A I It OILS AM) I'OMADES,
or a thousand different varieties.
WHALE Oil. SOAP,
For th certain destruction of tnteota on Plants and
Costar'i Rat Exterminator, Lyon's Mag
netic Insect I'owilet; Rod Ittig Exterminator,
a ura thing.
Halr.Teeth, Wall, W hitewash, Shoe, Scrub, Dint
ing, Carpet, Window, Faint, Varnl.1i, ArtUt'a Ao.,
Ac , withoitt number.
WHITE LEAD AND LIXSEEDOIL,
Of the very htst quality, Atwuyton handj Glaei And
Putty, Fluid Larnpiaiid Laiujiulrir,.
Tn en.lles variety and richest quality. A Urnclnt
of Varntth bought rvntly at l.irrtM In New
Yora. which I can sell to dealer! at let- than Cin-
Rnhtnton'fl Hair Tonic, ro'ocne Cough Mixture, Pl
arrhoa Uonlial, Hone Llulmont, llor-f 1'owder,
to., Ac. guaranteed to give entire aatleiaction
Hluatj'i Condition Powder, Houghton's
Phjalolnt' prescript tons oarofiilly and accurately
com.xmmled, ol the beat invdiciiioa none other
hall he uai.
To ray friend and (he public generally 1 would re
turn my mott grateful thanka tor the lllxrai patron
age exteuded to the late ilrn of H. A H., and would
kindly sollolt Its ooatli.uiii.ee, ai alto an examina
tion of my took by those who have not hereto
fore patronized the house.
I am permanently located here, and expect to make
friends and oustomcrs hy tair dealing.
Children sent to my store tor auything will be
waited up n and the name price chargutl as if their
parent! came themselves.
J U.ST KKCEIVED,
A large assortment of Fruit Jars of tholatest styles,
aud Sealing Wax.
MUDS AND CAGES.
Bird Seed, and, In short, ever thing belonging
strtetly to my business.
JylS W. S. ROBISSON.
PERRY COUNTY COAL.
WARRANTED TO RR TUB
And will be sold for leas than any
Coal In Dayton.
ALL PERSON'S SHALL BK ACCOM-
modated with the best Coal, and at lower
rates thaw eveb oyFr.ft E. They shall te accom
undated at their own prices, in reason. Don't con
tract for coal before calling on me.
KfiTCOMG ONE AXD ALL&a
No. R6, Main street, or at I'erryCounty Coal Ottlce,
on Canal, near tiebhart's Lumber Tanf. aug '2ft.
J. M. Watters & Bro.,
The iateet style of
Phoeton & Straight Bodied Buggies,
Jenny Llnd and Rockaway Carriages,
YORK AND SPRING WAGONS,
Till LARGEST ABSORTMKNT IN TUB CITY.
We have Leavett'e Patent Coupling, and
Chapman's antl-Rattlpra. (an lmtirnvement
eomlng Into extensive use, and giving atls
factiou. We use the best material throughout,
warranting all our work. Aud va to 1' HICK, can
vuiuyntv wi.uaiijr .ii.uu,iidui in me ciiy or state,
:tdtrctt, Knstol until,
aept (Oppoeite Pease's Mill.)
ATTORNEY at LAW.
OFFICE IS THE EMPIRE BUILDISO
Third street, Dnytou, O.
WILL muke collections and attond tn th
practice of Ills Profession generally, In Montgom
ery an.) the aitjolnini counties: draw and ackuowl
de deeiis and mortgages, and prepare all other le-
New Furniture Store!
C abiiiet Makers'
JFUHJYI T V Z li
Chairs, Matresses, &c.
WARD ROOMS OW MAIN STREET,
BETWEEN 1ST AND SO.
TTAV1NO TAKEN THE STAND FOll
AA marly oooupled by W. Uilleaple, we are manu
facturing all xluds of Furniture ttrst class war
ranted, which we are prepared to aell at tne lowest
prices. We are all practical workmen, nod we Hat
ter ourselves our work will give .atialaction loom
All orders for work promptly attended to.
Three New Soaps,
Boston lndexical Soap Co,
1. SILVER BOAP.
FOB oleaning and poliehinfj ailverPlated,
Brltanula aud Tin Wares. Alao) for cleanlna
tliie house paint, mirrors, marble, window glass
carriage aud haraem mountings, It la Invaluable, it
may be uaed with enure aafety, aa Itcontaina noth
ing that oan mieeibly injure the finest plate or iew.
iry. Prloa 1 msU. j
3. PUMICB BOAP.
For scouring and whitening the hand.. It readily
removea all the new dirtlroiu the hauds, and utnst
or the old, leaving tha akiuaoft and delicate, t'ar
superior to saud and ponclue aoaps.
3. INDEXICAL BHA VINO BOAP.
A new and most delightful shaving soap, making
a rich, aott lathar, leaving tha lace free I rum
all roug hueas, etc.
Price lu oeuts. Tha abora aoapa for aale by
novIT 1K. UTtWAH 1', sola agent for Uayton.
CUITABLK fur lowing Machines, for sale
W bf , W. KIKI KR H,
M Faillips 1Lhi.
MAKUFACXUREKB OF '
CARRIAGES k BUGGIES
Railroad Time Table.
Traint rriv and dgptpt follow:
U1N0IMRAI1, HAMILTON A D ATTON.
o a io.ll
M m I ll,8p a.
a.Ot f a ), Is ai
,la p ml l,llia
SANDUSKT, BATIOH, A CIMC1NMAII,
ieiawara ai wiava, mi
balawira Night Bt,
t.eit m I 4 at t
1.1 ft aa 8,d ft m,
1J. f m I p an.
1 10 p aa fit p nv
DAi'TOK A MICHIGAN.
1st Train, . . 10.lt ft ml 1 10 s
i " - I tllpm t.ltpai
1) A Y TON A W KST k HN, ( Te ludiaaapoll,. )
lt Train, . . I t.OO ami 1I,B am.
'"I " - I 1 SO pml t,40pm,
i " ... 4.00 p m 1.00 ft a,
QRRBNVILLB A MIAMI, (Ta Indianapolis.
10.lt ft a
8.16 a i
4. Hp m
8 ti p i
lit Train, . . Html t.it a.
M " - 11.4.1 ft m I Lit p a.
U " - . 0,14 p a 4. t p a.
Time of Closing the Mails.
PORT OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859.
1'ntil further notion, Mailt will elosa at this
offica ax follows:
For New York, Philadelphia, and New England
siaies, uaiiy, eaoepi riunflay, at 11-laa m.
For Cincinnati, 0 Kutara. VYastam. Northern
and Southern States, dailj, axcept Eunday, at
8.00 a m, and 6.38 p a.
For Columbna and Kanesriila, 0., daily axcapt
nuunMj ,ai ii. lea m
For Xeniaand Yellow Sprlngsatll.lia m.
For Miamlsburg, Uarmantown, Franklin, Ham
ilton, Eaton, 0., and ConnariTille, Intl., daily,
axcept 8unday,at t.80 p a.
For BpringBeld, I rhana, TiSn, Saaduiay and
Cleraland, 0.. daily.exe.pt Sunday, at 9.(0 am.
For Richmond- Cambridge, Cantrarilla, Indian
apolir, Ind., and Naw Paris, 0., daily at 0.00 p m.
For Ureenrilla, 0., Union City, Winchester,
Munrie.and Jay County, Ind., daily, axcept Sun
day, at 60 m.
For Troy, Coylngton, Piooa, Sidney, St Mary's
and Ft.Wayna, Toledo and Michigan, daily, ex
cept Sunday, at 0.50 a tn.
For 1' nlon, West M ilton, and Little York, Tues
day and Saturday at a m.
For Johnsrllla.New Lebanon and Wait Alex
andria, on Tuardar and Saturday, at I SO a m.
For Clayton, Centre, and Ludlow, on Friday of
cnn weex, ai v.uu p m.
For CentreTilla, Lebanon and Eaton, Tuesday,
ThnrsdRy and Maturday, at 12.00 a.
F ir Vandaliaand Chamlenburg, 13.00, Tues
day and Saturday,
For Taylorayille, Wednesday and Saturday, at
i ..iv a m.
E. A. KING, Postmaster.
FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGN!
Saddlery, Harness &Trimk
ORFW & WAHFORD,
P.KCKEL'S NEW BUILDING,
3 eHcraon it ..between Seoond and Third
MUX OF THE Bit. SADDLE,
A HE NOW BETTER PREPAREDTHAN
fa. they ever were to manufacture every thing In the
Saddle, Harness, Trunk, Valiso, and Carpet
They also have these articles, of the best quality
or atock and workmanship alwate on hand, aud for
sale at the lowest caah ratee.
Horse lllankrts, llultalo Robes, Whips, Bits,
I r-rUvlur secured In addition to thalr rlr.l.
clans rorce, the services of a workman who bns
not yet been excelled In the world, and whose
work has taken the premium at the "World's
Fair," they invite gentlemen who desire the finest
work to call and exainineapeciniene, and order work.
Being practical wornmen, engaged In the business
iu( . uuDiucr ui years, anu navmg the beat work
men and the bctt atock to be had, they defy compe
tition, and invite comparisonor work.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS,
Done In the beat manner, and at tha 4nw..t rat.
They invite the people from city and country to
f - J wa-I I
Plumber and Steam Fitter.
NO. 63 JBFER80N STREET, ABOVE TuiUD,
T AVI NO been a resident of this citT but
a short time Mr. O. would tave thle ocMdonof
eieunnu one irom among a loore of lettera he re
Gcivm i rum gcnuenieo tor waoffl ae tlid work in bii
lurmcr jutce 01 reiiuenoe:
Fort Wavmc. Inn.. Anrll inth iiua
Having had occasion to use the tr vices of a
pluiubf r, I was intToUuLetl to Mr. OgUea, a gentle
maa who hnii just arrived tn our eity. The Job
that was to be .lone wa very difficult, and required
the nicest kind ol mechanism. 1 am hapy to add
that the worn was performed to my entire latislao-
iiuu, anu as a master 01 nit art, I take pleasure in
isvuuiunuumg aiiAu w mj it: lion Townsmen.
He would also take the nrivileire nf rivina- nn.
a.u..H kiciri lut-uuimcuuoiiyui um oas reLeiveu
since his residence here t
Mr. ogdea has done considerable work In the
,'iuuiuiug tine in my nouse, wmcn is very satisfao
t0J.V' a ia a J R' WUWO.
Pumps, liatns, Water Closets and
Fixed and Repaired, mnd on Me thorttat no (ice.
i a ii. '
unu man reatonmoie rersM.
ALSO A 1 nr-re ouantitv of Lift anil Cnrx. p,lin...
Well and Cistern Pumps of evervdeacrti.ttiin.u hi, h
are warranted not to freeze uu In winter. Ht.aa
Cocks of all kinds, such as Wash-Stand, Beer, Wa-
aa a isuu mirsm utae, JVgCtUCr W1LU ail C111US 01
riuuiurrs' urns. vora.
Mr. U. has iust received another larra mndiu ni
pipe of all kiuds, to which he particularly calls the
in-uiiuii ui iiitne woo uesire worn in his line.
aii ainus 01 isains maoeanarenaired.
liaertJadh paid tor Lead and Pewter.
Opening Every Day!
TO THE LADIES!
New Fall Goods.
MRS. N. HOWARD respectfully in
forms the ladies that she has received a large
ft VIC lALli dc WlNTfcK,
which she offers to sell at a vtry small advance, at
unr wiu eainuiiauinuut
NO. 113 MAIN STREET,
Where she has just received a large assortment of
vuraeis, aiaya, ureea caie, neau ureases, Fine
French Ruches, Flowers, Hlbbone, Bonneta, &o.
Thanklul lor the patronage ao liberally extended
toward us, we hope by strict attention to merit and
receive an increaseu continuances! the eauie.
MH3. H. HUWAHO'8,
No. I IS Main .
Particular attention paid to Bleaching, Trimming
and Repairing all kinds of Ntraw. Velvet and Silk
ouuueia. OIKS. n. HUWAHU.
oollll-3md No. Its Main at.
NO. 30O A 30S 3D ST.,
II AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGn,
Tea Waiters & Trays,
Lamps, all kinds,
Our stock of Plated Caatora, Spoons, Ac, are all
or the best quality) warrauted. Prices from $6 to
ttu tue.euware, uiaas ware, si., wa win
vii a enrap as inecjieapeau rieaaeglva us a call
uu Old Market .trrel.
HhtJiJLkR, KiiULEV A MAXTON.
Violins, Violins, Violins.
T V. U. CROSBY bas received and will
AJ. sell a lot of superior toned Violins, cheaper
than ever ottered In bay ton, at
uui. iui main ec, nearly oppoalta tha Market.
MUSIC! MUSIC!! MUSIC!!!
T V. II. CROSBY is daily receiving Musie
ui me awl. pnoiioauoas.Dy the most popular
All orders from abroad will be Ailed without ex
iri.oit.rgj. rosiage iree.
octs jo? Main street. Davton,
TEACHING, TEACHING! TEACHING!
T V. II flUOHRV ;n r-
. - .' IVMUUB 111
ano, Violin, Mute, Vtolineello, Ac. and
ftirilUh an aa al nail laan 1 V A
mmiiof lur tnosa woo
prefer a thorough knowledge on that Instrument
pair t itl I is r 1 1 1 n uit 1 1 Ka ... i l
And with the cultivation of tha vole.
Mit 101 aialn atraet, Dayton.
CRIMSON MlBKIHa lur
FOR writing on Linen, Cambrio, Ac, with
out Dreuaration. irn. ..i!,
... w, DIETRICH,
oU Druggist, raillips Umm,
Latest by Telegraph.
Election of Speaker
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3—NOON.
Nearly all Ihs Soath Aateriotn memhers
of the Hons are now in eonferenoe. The
probability Is that they will not Tote for th
plurality resolution relative to the election
of Speaker, but put forward their own can
didate npon the stiflragrs of other Diambere
of the House. The Itorooerats will alro
probably agree not to vote for the plurality
resolution, the deaigo of many being to
wuib mess iwu parties upon aa American
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.
About 80 members wsre present at the
Republican Conference held this afternoon.
Petit, of la., presided Mol'herson, of Pa
acting as 8eortary. The discussion, which
was a harmonious one, lasted one or two
hour. Home of the most radical Republi
cans expressed their willingnee to vote for
tn American or antl Leouruptoo Clerk, if
Republican Sneaker was elected. It was
finally decided not to oall an opposition or
straight out Republican oaucus, but that
every member ahould go into the House and
vote for hia ohoioc, as done 4 years ago. K.
Joy Morris, Willard, and other North
Americans were present
The message will not be sent out until the
President knows what the House does, prm
vided there is an early organisation. . No
copies of the Seoretariea' report are given
except with the Mesaage.
Removal of Brown's Remains.
BALTIMORE, Dec. 3.
Th body of Brown arrived in a speoial
train. It will be taken by Mrs. Brown and
forwarded by express to Albany. It is de-
siied to avoid puhlio demonstrations, and
tne Doly will not be visible anywhere on
the route to North Elba where it will be de
posited in the familv burial ground.
(Mrs, Brown speaks in the highest terms
of the kindness extended to her by the au.
thorities ol the Mate. one is ot course in
great distress, and has most favorably impressed
all who have met with her as a wo
man of fine feeling and possessed of great
alTeotion for her husband.
BALTIMORE, Dec. 3.
The body of Brown passed through here
this morning.leaving in the early train for
Philadelphia where it will arrive about
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.
Private advices from Nicaragua report
everything quiet with the exoeption of a tear
of an invasion by Oeneral Walkor. 1'resp
dent Martinez and the people have the great
est confidence in the friendly disposition of
the United States and the hitter's determin
ation to suppress fillabustering.
Muoh disappointment was expressed at
the non-arrival of our Minister, Mr. Diinitry;
some supposed that he would not leave Cos
ta Rica before January.
President Martinet admits that Mtms.
Belly has failed to fulfil his contract, but
Commodore Vanderbilt's proposition to open
the transit route, does not seem to meet with
Incendiarism in Virginia.
CHARLESTOWN, Dec. 2.
Shortly after the execution of Brown, and
whilet the body was being taken to the de
pot, a great excitement was occasioned in
the town by the arrival of a horseman am
nounoingthat Wheatland, the late residence
of G. W.Turner, recently shot at Harper's
Kerry, was on lire, and that the flames were
extending to the farm buildings.
W. F. Turner, who was in town and who
had left homo at 10 o'clook, said that sever,
al horsee had died very suddenly, and also
some sheep. It was supposed tbey had beon
poisoned, and it was intended to have their
The stock of Mr. Castleman and Mr. Myi
ere, in the same neighborhood, has also died
very mysteriously. The excitement was
very great, and Col. Davis had the Faquier
Cavalry in readiness to go out and enquire
into the truth about the fire.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 3.—via Leavenworth.
Hon. A Linooln, of 111., arrived to day,
and is now addressing one of the largest
political assemblies which ever met in Kan
sas. The election of State Officers taken
place on Tuesday next. Muoh confidence
is felt of the early admission into the Union
under the Wyandotte Couetitution.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 3.
The river has fallen 2 inches in the last
24 houas, aod is still reoeding slowly.
There is considerable ice running in the
Upper Mississippi, but none has reached
here yet. Tho weather hag moderated
somewhat sinoe morning, and since 3 p. m.
snow has fallen pretty fast. It is still very
cold, however. None of the snow that fell
night before last has yet melted. The
sleighing, eyen in the business thoroagfares
of the oity, is oapital.
MONTREAL, Dec. 3.
Brown prayer meetings were held here
yesterday, and were largely attended. Dr.
Howe, of BoBton, was present.
DURQUE, Dec. 3.
Within the past week large and rich de.
posits of lead valued at from 100,000 to 200,
000 dollars have been discovered near this
The Democratic State Convention for the
eleotion of Delegates to Charleston will be
held at Desmoines on February 22d.
TROY, N. Y., Dec. 3.
The buildings of the Troy Hosiery Com.
pany, whioh were partially destroyed by fire
about two months ago, are now in tlamea.
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.
A. 8. McCarty, a member of the City
Council, was indicted to day for the niur.
der some months ago of Patrick Cosgrove
Importer, and Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Bcckel Hall Building;, JeUcrson
Fine Wines, Brandies,
Qins, and Bitters of approved quality.
Warranted to be of the best brands, and offered
e pricca a lime in auvance ol importation.
Drake & Co.'b
These Bittrs exol every other known. They
are a Tonio of susilor quality, prepared from the
pure juice of the grape, aud iscoucswfed by all who
have tasted it to be the best bar bitters In the
lioa't use the old fashion and oft-times injurious
aiuuguieu Diicroy longer, out anquire ior
BROWN & DRAKE'S CATAWBA,
which we pledge ourselves are Dure and health v.
Thay not only impart the moat delicious flavor to
Wine aod Liquor, but at the tame time are a Tonio
of superior quality and rare merit, without a c-th-artloliia-redieut,
and it Is with unbounded eonfl
denoe that we recommend them tn e-see of Hummer
com pi aim, miaous (hollo, Dyspepsia Ague J-ever,
ate. In genera, debility, slugKlsh circulation of the
blood, loss of appetite, and exhausted vital energy,
they are aoknowled to have no equal,
A r tie lee warranted a sold, and sat Is faction fuar
antted in all oases.
Orders solicited and promptly fllled, at the very
lowest jash rates. GKOHGE G1LBKRT.
novl-tt Jettersoa St., doors north Heukei's Hall
GAS! GAS!! GAS!!!
ACE'H PORTABLE GAS GENERA
torhae passed all the tests and eome out vic
torious, aa being one of the nicest, leauet, most
brilliant and only forni In which lluld ean be uifd
whioh Is perfectly free Irom explosions. KorthU
? artioular It far exceeds all other Usbta now be lore
he public. Call atj, Langdon Bro. 'a Hardware
Store on Main itreet, and become fully eatlstieU that
it Is Just the tiling to suit you all.
tvburches. Stores. Shops and Dwellings, hand
somely Atteit uv with Gee fixtures, at short no
loee. ' W. U WlWCttJ-IX.
THURSDAY, 2 p. m, Dec 5, '59.
Wheat 1, 10, which is tesdily offered. But
little coming In.
Corn 40(n6 els.
Harlev fiO eta.
Oata SMC, 0 ,u, f,jr demand.
Flaxaead f 1,11).
Dayton Tobacco Market.
T01UCCO Dut little cumins, in and that In
small Iota. Wrappers quoted al3a)7c, and fil
CINCINNATI, Dec. 3.
Flour dull and lower.
Wheat h-ld st 11,15 for red, and 11,30(3
1,95 for white.
Corn and other prsin not changed.
Whisky dull st 91 ic.
Bscnn scree at 8('rtnl'c.
Mes pork firm at $IU
Hoes in sonrl ilvmanil at 10 15(720 .4(1 on lot
av"ai(ing 2:i.rlt, al !!,5t.
Exchange atendy al
New York, Market.
New York, Market. NEW YORK, Dec. 3.
FLOUR A ahade linttrr with more etoort
demand; ealta 16.0"0 brla at 5.I()au U'tlnt supers
fine stain, A,.1IIh&..')"i for rxtra emu., 5,IUa5.i25
for euprflne woaiern, 6,3(1 .6 -15 for common to
medu:n extra western, 5 6'h5 G5 for inferior to
good shipping brand and t xtra round hoop
Ohio market closing firm.
OKAIN Wheal ma'ket very dull and heavy
with scarcely any Ihin doing. Shippers in.iht
upon s material decline; sale uf 3,(M(! buah at
l.ou for wuiU) Kentucky snd Mich man: 1.3'J
for amlier Long Inland.
KV K t inner, sales 4 UUU huah st b'JaUSc.
UAULY-Heavy, aules 3H.H00 tush at 73a
75c for Canada Kant; bj for Canada west; 80 for
CO UN Scarce snd firm: sales of small parcels
at fc4Hffc for new; IKIh'J Ic for old yellow.
UA I aiore active at ,.u-iuc for woaUrn.
WHISKY Market more active and tinner.
sales liUU bis al 2tic.
BALTIMORE, Dec. 3.
Flour quiet at 5,271,
Wheal steady, wliiio at 1.40al,4G and red at
New corn while at VOaij, ordinary to Dritrte
yelh w C4a75c.
mesa porn $10.
AND DEALER IN
Fine Imported Wines,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON UAND,
a general variety or Fruits. He Is also agent
for the sale of Old llourbon Whisky,
NO. 301, .SECOND STREET,
Next door to A. Gamp's stone front Dry Goods
Store DAYTON, OHIO.
100 Bags Prime Coffee,
50 Bbl. Molasses. B. O'BRIEN.
100 Packages Flue Teas,
1O0 Bozea Tobacco, B. O'BKIEN.
20 Hda. Sugar, B. O'BRIEN.
74 Boxes Boap, B. O'BRIEN.
40 Dozen Buckets, B. OBRIBN.
40 BblB. Cr'd. and P'd. Sugar,
20 Docen Waah-boards, B. O'BRIEN.
A large stock of Bplces, Cheese, Nuts
and everything that may be needed In
a store of the kind, for sale by
WINES & LIQUORS.
15 Quarter Casks Fort Wine,
20 Quarter Casks Brandies,
2 Pipes Holl. Gin, B. O'BRIEN.
150 Bbls. Old Buorbon Whisky,
75 Bbls. Fine Rye Whisky,
80 Bbls. Rectified Whisky,
Madeira, Sherry, Claret, Muscat, Na
tive and Malaga Wines,
150,000 Imported Cigars,
N. B. As my stock Is now complete and well as
sorted, 1 invite all who wish to Ket Flue Groceries,
Wines and Liquors, free from druge, to call and see
me, and 1 will do all in my power to eoinpensate
them lor their trouble.
nihil E. O'BRIEN.
IS herohy given that a petition will be pre
sented to the Commissioners of Montgomery
oounty on the lirst Monday of December, 1B6D, ask
ing for tbe eatabiuhlngol a new I'ounty Koad, on
tne middle line ot Seution 18, In Harrison Town
ship (Township No. 2) and to run from thence west
wardlyon the half section line to the w. st line of
said section, and continue westwnrdty along the
batr section line through tbe middle of sections is,
Uand 16 in Madison Township, to theold Race bank
east of Wolf Creek, aud Irom thenoe in a south
westerly direction, to intersect the Dayton and
Wolf Creek Turnpike, near the bridge aoross
wuii i-ree., nuu iiicro to icriiunaie.
ocUa-wtt MAN if PETITIONERS,
star Clothing store 11
tyone door west or Beckel's l)ank,rj
DAVTON. - riHto
THUS UNDRSIQNED KEEPS OX HAND
A a very large atock of Ready-inade Clothing and
uu.,.. r u....Di..un v,wu..vuiuiiiniuKevurysyiennu
variety, Chtldreu'sClothlna ol all sites, which will
A splendldassortment of Cloth. Satin. Culn..
Ae., kept on hand, and Clothing made to order, cheap
ly, neatly and promptly,
...ran '7.1. war w.twd
Read, Read the News.
25 CENT PICTURES!!
IN KICK! CASE.
CAN BE HAD AT
TVERY DAY FROM DATE, AND A
AJ better ntoture for 26 CENTS tban can ha hA f
any other Gallery for ,l,to. We alBo have on hand
the largeat assortment of Fine Cases In the City,
73 I'fi- Cent. Cheaper
Than any other Gallery. We buy ourstock in such
a manner that we are prepared to otter superior In
ducements to the public. Our prices range from 26
centa to tib.UO, thus placing it in the power of all
to secure the shadows of friends. Our motto is
'EM ELSiOHl" aud we study to pleaae.
eflitiooin8 on od at., sign ui the Amen
novll-JincUw s. B. BALDWIN.
TDE Subscriber takes L-reut nloasura in
A calling the attention of his customers and citl
lens generally to his extra brands of Fresh Balti
more Oysters-received daily by Express. All or-
,Mi,i,,tjr uneu ai yiucinnaii prices. Also,
u.. .u,...i v. i.u nm, r.jiiu.u uysiers.
Hell us alio just received a large and choice supply
of every possible style, and Coufeotlon, of evsiy
Also, Toys of every conceivable shape and design.
In a word, be has every thing nice in hi Hue, and
tun nv uuu, iu can .uu examine.
F. J. WELTY,
oat's U. B. Building, Main and Fourth.
JLivclft Time st
AT 314 MAIN STHECT.
MAKUJ'iLTUktJl AND UCALia IN
AS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND
im ra.iiiuuaiue iioining,
ior tbe tall and Winter trade, among which may be
OVIH COATS, flRENH COATS,
BACK COATS HUSINESS COATS.'
VKSTS, rANTS, '
TKAVF.I.INO BAGS, SH1RTH, AC,
..... -..w..i.,u ui. numerous uusiouiers anu ms
public generally, Is luvlted to hUstoca, which can
pot be excelled.
UUUH AND TRY MBI
I eB dnt.rinf..il ... aaii nn . I. , .
without a b.rKrn. ' " mw"
can atwo. to wain street. ' septt-lmw
Christopher Grabedlnkel, ) Before Geroge Owen
aaaiiLt t , u n...in.
her OrKbedinkel, ) Defore Geroge Owen
fXHiimt J j. p. of Uayton Tp-
the 17th diiy of 0T0l)( 1HM, taid
Jtltlta llaa.l .....l A. I .
' " ' su uiurr ui UllflVlllUflll AA f.(l
ebove Hotlon lor the urn of $100,00, and 0 per oeut,
. .Ux mlt unirr ui BLIKVilUiVlit ui mm
"""I SAVeA nriMrHlliaar ,( ttQ f , OIil 1110-1 OU ft UOU
I'UyU'l-ltlJUL'U fi u A u u HI aj w l- 1
rirst of the Dsason!
The LAftOtST and MOST PISIRABLt stock of
Gents Furnishing Goods,
WEI AND BOYS' WE A It,
EVER BROUOBT TO THIS CITY 1 1
MAT NOW I IKKN AT THB
Wholesale & Retail Clothing llouse
CHAMBERLAIN & PARSER,
Clegg'e Bulding No. 314 Third Htreel.
ALSO A choice selection of
CLOTllUS, DOESKINS, CASS1 MERES,
VfcSl lMUS, Ao.,
OF THE LATEST IsESlGNSI
Which will he maite lin In tha moat anumvad
and at the shortest nolle.
roriurmer particulars, call at
Au2 S14 Third atreet.
NEW WARE ROOMS!
Cor. Main and 4th sts.
Plain and Fashionable
FTTUNTTTTl? 17 1
Sofna, V hairs.Tnblea).
sU iisiiin ma m A-at.
AT REAS NABLE PRICES!
WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED,
1 that I have tha K..I ...n.t..,,
Chamber Suits In thisoltv. and would invite von to
jail and see for yourselves, and at as low rates as
uvj van iieoniaineueisewnere.
MciUAbblON PARLOR BulTB,
IN ROSEWOOD (SOLID)
Upholstered In rens.wlth rlh MA.niAn
Also, In Brochatelle and Hair Cloth. Alao,
,namner sum, tn JCmewooit,
OAK and WALNUT.comiilat At uh.l Km
of the finest order.
I would say in conclusion that they are manufac
tured by miself. and would h t,l...ji A h.v
come and see my stock ot Furniture, whether you
0. P. BOYER,
Corner of 4th and Main streets
OYSTER f) DEPOT ! !
NO.SOSTU. ST., a Opp.ths U.S. Hotel,
(TODD'S OLD STAND,)
J NAIRN is receiving every day, per Ex-
press, a very SUPERIOR quality of
And will continue to eunnlv hli enitnmorti rturintr
th muoo, either at Whoieeale or ReUil. t the
lowest nmrnct price; we will Mil them by the cmi,
half can or dozen, end alio eouked tn a luperior
tyle, et e moment'e notioe. ieptlft-lmilAw
No. 88 Main st. .opposite Court House,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestio Fruits, Nuts, Pickles;
every variety ol f ruits hermetically
sealed in tin nod class,
ters, Salad Oil,
Wood snd Willow Ware of all varieties. Child.
ren'aCabs, Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Hocking
But Cash Onlv!
Of! TO F0HTY PER OKNT. OF A REDUCs
V tion on Parlor Suits, such as
ifinis bUTTBKB, BOFAH, PARLOR CHAIRS,
Marble and Wooden Ton Tables. What-Nota. Ac.
under the naw arrangement of CASH ONLY. I
am not selling at Cincinnati prices, but a nreat
deal L0WEU wabrahtid. Yon have onlv to
call and see for yourselves, the truth of my aster-
won. 1 am Ageni ior
LENT'S PATKNT SPIRAL SPRINGS,
which for cheapness and simplicity oannot be sur.
passed. These Spring, are sold by tbe doien, and
any oneean pnt them on to a Slat Bottom Bed. I
have also Buamelled,Oak and Rosewood imitation
Chamber Sets nina pieces to a set something
new for this market, also very low for CAS1I.
I hare now on hand tho largest and most oom
pleta Stookof fins and ordinary furniture ever
offered in the Dayton Market,
septStf- Corner Main and 2d 8t.
Watch and Clock Maker,
JEWEEERi OPTICIAN, &C,
No. 313 Third-Street, Dayton, Ohio,
RESPECTFULLY announoee to the oiti.
sens of Dayton and Its vicinity that he has now
on nanu a very lauui; amokiment of
Fine Gold Jewelry,
Consisting of all the newest designs in Etruscan
Work. Full and half seta of Coral, Garbuncle,
Pearl, Garnett, Lava, Roman and Florentine Mo
saics) Cameos, and many others too numerous to
An earlv Insneetlon la solicited.
fcf-Watchea and Clooks cleaned and repaired on
iiinfuuiiniuwiiu.. OGt 1
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon,
eurei, aud untiring in
dustry in the treatment of
liorteiand Cattle, ae well
ae nogi, in mi two yean,
praotlue in Dayton, ii fa
vorably known to tbe pub
lio of Dayton and vicini
a continuance ol then pa
OiiiLU Miid iNriaaMAHT, corner 2d and St. Clair
ireeia, uayion, u., wnere ne may oe lound at al'
houra, both day and night. jyie
Buggies ! Carriages
W.W. PHILLIPS' OLD STAND!
4th St. bet. Jcfftrson ckSt.Clalr.
A LARGE lot of second hand Busies and
A Carriages for sale at very low prices lor cash,
New Dental Office in
No. 124, Jefferson street, near the oorner of
Fifth, in the residenoe formerly oooupi-
.1 1. r ,a , . . , .
eu uv ij. r. Pianino? xnrs. tiooaman.
THE subscriber has removed his office from Lima,
Allen co., O., and permanently located as above.
-Kwnuuui pertaining 10 cue practice Ol llenlla
trV Will be nerformed ill fhM lifl.t mnnar. mr,.t -n
style of teeth Inserted that may he preferred.
Particular attention paid to Inserting his new
style ol Patent Porcelain Plate ArtlBclaf Teeth.
, . , A. SATTARTH WAIT, D. I). A
. Li. ' Weston
KEEPS, In oonnection with his supply of
Woolen Manutaeturer'a artlelea, a large and
full assortment of India Hubber Belting, Packing
Packing Hoaa. Ae. Would aiimaIaIIv n.ll 11.-
tlon ot bllllera, Manufacturers and Machinists to
my stock of Belting, which Is Ofty per cent cheaper
than any other kind ol Bolting for power and dura
bility. Has also on hand Laelng Leather, Belt Hook,,
Warpa, Machine Cards, Reeda,Ao.
.so DtiuunU bX , DATIOR,
I TtERCJS beet S C Beef, very nice at
1 I N it 11 XI liUUIiltfll
(JDTDBY'8 Lavlj'i Book, for My,jiwn
ANOTnEU NEW BOOK I
DR. BONAPARTE'S OR BAT WORK.
pRi v atr nrmi to hhai.th
RKPHKeKN l lNii A I.L tha ditftne
M of the Renllal oruna of the
mie and f.nmi, with the iatt
din'Hvrteii m reprodnotlon. 7 he
ani,riu inouiii uia nn remetllei
before learning from thtevaluahie
vork tn superiority of the au
thor'e i'arli and London treatment
Wot private dleeatei both uarrlrd
N rSl I n ar I Jt hlstilit snnsn If. Ikl.
y i book telle how to oure the follow-
V.,..' ' ' ln l,e.M end enllghUns those
who Rrope In dark nesst
Uimnorrlirea, Uleet, ehordee, ttrieture, Phyrno
lie, ParaphTsnoeie, Uravel, Mtphllts, Bubo. Warts,
Blotches. ensual.flm,tfeni,nAi Wdft.DfH, Menftur
betlon or BeH-atuKe, Lucurrhea or W bites, eup-
fresslon of theMeuies, Kalling of the Womb; how
o prevent Prevent Pregnant;, Menstraation, Bar
renness, Hheutnatiini, exo. It treats on MiOwiUry,
Alrortloo, MiMrtrrliif(f, oelebat'y, with remrhsti
tbe younic and old ot both sexes. It tells how to
distfiiKuish pregnancy and how to avoid It, Ae.
I'ertpol 8ulenuari againal Quaokerj.
Fortieth edition 1 00,0011 copies sold annually.
1 his txHtm sent under seal, post paid, to all parts
or tbe world, on therece.pt ot lio cents. or live cou
lee (or 1 1.
Ir. Jtonnparte Ureal Preveutlve
ThU nimple, healthful and, yet efleatualprevent
Ive Is beyond a comparison with any thing yet dis
covered. It has been proved by years ol experience,
and io no Instance has It failed when applied ao
eordlnic to direotton. .Married people who do not
wish to increa e tiieirfenullee, should tie in poses, ss
lonuf this instrument. 1'lrce reduced to 6.
Dr Bonaiiarte's t rench f stent Mala Saiel This
article enables those whose health or circumstan
ces ,c not permit an Increnseoi family, to regulate
or limit the number ol their oftm.rln. withnut in.
jurtiiff theoonstitutlon. It Is the onlj saleandure
fiv.cUl.iTV Kaiii,i r-Kunnuy nun uisease, lh
a )veartle!e is sueclniiv lnteiuleti to tmnn thi
slderatumi it (Hperleotly sale) no ntetalic substance
enters into its composition. Ihe price of the
French Patent Male aIe,one dollar the singieone,
four dollars per halldoxen. and seven dollars oar
Madame Lozler'e Female Monthlv Pllia i .f-.
and reliable remtMly for suppressions and all female
diseases. Ladles snould not use them during pieg
nancy, as they will produce niiscarriase. Pnce.oue
dollar per boxextra tine Uvedollars. Sent to any
address by mall, post free, ho letters will be an
swertd unless the contain a remittance or a uoetace
Allordersaddressedto Dr. K. Bokapabte,No.1B9,
Byeamore street, between Fifth and Hixth streets
Cincinnati, Ohio, will be punctually attended to.
Dr. B.canbtconsu.ted upon alt secret diseases. He
Is unquestionably acknowledge! to be the cham
pion aud king ot Venereal Diseases, and onlyPhy-
iclan In the Union who has traveled on the contin
ent of Kurope, and the only Doctor who has visited
their celebrated Hospitals, as well as their medloal
Institutions, and receiving their monthl) reports,
oilers to all those who desire to consult a profession
al person, the result ol lorty years experience in the
Hospitals ot Kurope and America tJonttdential con
sultation dally, Iron. a. m. until lit e. m ,
Confidential Medical Advice 1
AT the Ruflalo Private Hospital Estah-
...i..u.u(m.i;ur.vi "jpoius. seminal weak
ness and the Secret Infirmities of Youth and Watu-
my oy ijb. amus a sow, Bullalo, N. V. OOlue,
vomer 01 main anu Huayaireeta,(upatalrs.)
A HOST S01KNTIF10 INVENTION.
An Instrument for the cure of genital Debility, or
..v-.u,u.. uu....,uu., uw. properi) snowusi aem
lual Weakness, etc. Can be permanent!) oured in
..wiu ii.vwu un,. ,u ,ww uiuuina. 11 v inn iimh in
i.uuitiu,.iitu u.u uuioiniiy witn medicines
I..!-...... I I "T
YOUNG KltS TAKB PARTK'ULAR NOTInR.
Dr. AMOS and SON take pleasure In announcing
that they have Invented a most Important Instru
ment for the cure of the above dliem,.... i, n
subjected to a teat by tbe mostemlneut physicians In
Loudon, Paris, Philadelphia and flew York) It has
been declared the only usetul Instrument which ha,
ever jet been Invented, for the cure of Seminal
Weakneas, or any diseaao of the genital organs,
caused by the secret habits of youth, frlue Ten lol.
in., u , waiivi ..yici.i
A CURB WARRANTED.
nr. AM'JS and SON have devoted tht. ttjnin..
exclusively to this peculiar class of maladlea, aud
the relief thev have oonseouentiv hnn tii. to ......
der their fellow-creaturs. Islully testified andgrate-
nu.-VT...BCU vuu.aicwwui patients anu
othcrsdallyarrlvtng In town, Irom all parts of the
country, lor the express purpose only ol consulta
tions, while thelrexertluns havebeen crowned with
iia mun .igiini auvaniagea; yet .rom what they
have experienced In enquiring Into th causes ol
these iulectious comuiaiuta.ttrom th,ir mn.i .,... iB
condition to that of the moat dangeroua aud invet
erate,) they have alwajs entortalued the possibility
of their prevention and removal, and likewise lu-
variauiy iuuuu iDsi iu moat norrlble and malignant
forms of disease could almost Invariably be traced
or the tlletlecLaul' uiiauilliiii nrin,..M,u.,.a.. .:
therefore Ui AMOS and SON have succeeded In
uncovering, in uie aeiectiou Ol their remedies, a
safe, effectual and oautlous course omitting all
combination of remedies which bear ao equivocal
oharaeter, aa well aa those whose premature or Inju
dicious application might bo productive ol bad con
sequences In tho hands of private Individuals. In
siioi 1, me lauuaoie euu 01 ineir remedies is the less
enlugof a great maaa of human nii.,rv i,v t. .n-u.
in.iuu, .v..E. bum ui.rc.t uu ui inoBfl rr vmi..i.
dictions that are In reality the secret foeol life, and
which, while they so extensively surround us, call
alord for our skill and Interference for their eiter-
Persons In an r part of the world mv ...
fully treated by forwarding a correct detail of their
v ...w auui.ttnuuc iur UlVUlClUOe , e 10.
...... " u"i r main and
WHEELER '& WILSON,
-.. : . i ,'tn :l h '"Ay
Comer Of Thlld anrl I.n.r.nn
DAVTON, - OHIO
WE offer the Wheeler fe Wilson Sewing
Machines. With lmnortant lmiirnvementa. at
a reduction of S-iSon former prloes, and to meet the
demand for a GOOli, low-priced Family Machine,
have Introduced a .NEW STYLE, worklna unon the
sameprlnciple.and making the sameatltch, though
not so highly finished, at
i'li'iy-flVB DOLLARS I
Theelegance, speed, nolselessness and simplicity
of the Machine, the beauty and atrength of stitch,
being ALIKE ON BOTH SIDES, Impossible to ravel,
and leaving no chain or ridge on the underside, the
eoonomy of thread, and adaptability to the thlcaest
or tiunuesnaurics, nas renoereu this the most suc
cessful and popular Sewing Machine now ms de.
At our varioua offices, we aell at New York pri
ce,, and give instruction, free of charge, to enable
purchasers to sew ordinary seams, hem, fell, quilt,
gather, bind aud tuok,all on tbe same Machine, and
warrant It for three year,.
SEND OR CALL FOR A CIRCULAR, containing
... p uviuw , piive.,M3aiiniuuiais, eio.
JaalS W. SUMNER A CO
SELF - II EAT I NG
0. F, MORRILL Patentee, Boston,
THIS IRON IS HEATED WITH ANAL.
conot Lamp, wmcn la attached to It with a
spring, which can be put on aud taken oa with
p.easure. It takes but 16 minutes to put the iron in
readiness for work, and it will remain ao as long aa
It la required. The heat may ba regulated as de
sired. The irons areof the usual weights, aud the
lamp Is no Incumbrance, and It Is warranted not to
sou tne ciotnes. The heating lluld will cost about
2 cents per hour.
The Meir-heaitng Iron 1, certainly one of the
greatest Inventions of tha age, and the lailiea will
thank the Inventor for hla .Kill In saving them a
roaatlng over a stove; aud thoae who buy the ruel
will look upon him aa a benefactor of the pocket.
These Smoothing Irons may be had at the shoe
Store of L. BUVINGER, Third street, near the
Xenla Depot, or at the residence ol the Agent. 86
Laat Third street. 1
W. O. CRUTCH FIELD.
Agent for Montgomery County.
OPENING OF NEW
DAQTJEEBEOTYPE ft PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
At tbe Gallery of Art. 264, 3rd Street,
EAST Or" TUB POST OFFICE.
THE fcSUUSCRILSEK RESI'EfJTFULLY
inform, hia frlendiand patron,, that be ha,
resumed hi, old business of ilugeurrsotyping In
oonnaotien with his Gallery of Painting, for which
purpose he has fitted up rooms in the most elegant
style, over hi. Picture Frame and Looking Ulass
Stnra. Having secured tba services uf Mr. 0. D.
FINCII, who has the reputation of being on. of
th. mostskillull Photographist, in the West, h.
thinks he cannot fail to render tha moat entire
atiffactlon to all who want a faithfulllkaness.
Picture Frames of .verv disoriotion. and Lnuk.
lng Olasse, of all (iies, always on band, or mad.
P -tf. T. W. CRIDLAND.
Ucci VUAL.I IT Uf UIBTEKS
Will ll. ,.ru.,l n In ... ., ..... .1..
I red, at any time of day or night, and at
BAN II EXCHANGE.
JeWrreou street, just below Seoond,
5S, IC. IC!
NEW W0HK9at tbe OLD STAND
No, 91, Jrllrriion Mntl.
"Ids now eettled that the l.AsTtwa hestth of awl
men, women andohlldisn, drpeuds on the condition
"1 va..a, , I
UOULU Hii-M'Klil-Url.V SAY JO
" the eitltens of Paytnn and siirroondlng coun
try, that his Aprlnf nnd Hummer ntnrk is now enm
iuie, consisting of ail kinos ol Ladies', Mirsi s' .snd
thlldren's Boots. Nhoei, Ualters, Ac, with heels or
without) also a large ansortinent nl Mns',Dot ,
and Voutiis Boots, Gaiters, and Oxtuitl i It s.
Having purchased his stock ns hi tiom the fsrfo
rtes for cash, enables him to se lifts cheaptor chrnp
er than any other hotiKe In this ctt j .
He also has a large supply ol Mens Patent l eath
er Boot, tiaiter and oxioiti lie Tops, which he will
snake to order to tit the loot.
He keeps constantly empl)ed the best workmen,
and Is prepared to do all kinds of Custom Woik on
All rlos repaired freeof ehsrge.
He asks a Inderal share ot public patronage, and
feelsoontldeot that he oan please all h hoonlei worlt,
Rememtmr theold and favorite place, 81, Jcllcison
street, below the market. aprsu
SMITH &k WESSON'S,
LANGDON'S HAKliWAKE STOKE.
Nil. in. aiAiM k'l uLL ,.
TI11S Tistol is the lightest one in the
world that ha, force. W elirht only Ten Ouni es
Is loaded quicker than other Fistula ate cm l td
nr. nr. timl.r .11 nlrun..t.r...
..... u.n,,.u(-., i(, 11 1 ii rv is
caused to the Arm or Ammunition hy allowing it
. , .-. -.i, iikkiii ui nine, ii is so sim
nle In It. eon.trimcion li.u i, i. n.i
but ol order. " ' "
It Is 1'erfeclly Safe loin i v!
The evllnder hnlil. .van ..... .r
other small ,,UK,l.: "u " "m. 7
One Horse shoeing shop,
ON THIRD STRELT,
A few doors East of the Cost Offich
DAYTflW n '
THE Subscriber is now bettor prepared,
A. thaneverto Accommodatehls oldcuBlomirs.and
tne pumto, In the
will h.V"!OU" b,,'"ocl;e,-1 Particular attention
I'l't boofs.andhoof-iiound, and ooinsin'fhelr fi et"
uie imnrr Ol SUCU Ilorw
sea, and il not.moucy will be ri luinled.
A !(. HnriM thai i,...r. .. ...m . - .L . .. . .
, lt ,- win ne nine to pre
vent It, and Warrantcn, oi money refuliilrd.
"e wi.i pertonaiij ..ipnintrml all workentrustd
to his care. 1 haiiklul lor past favors, he retlully
asks a continuance of the patronage ol hiiold cue.
tomera.and will be luppj ii, accommodate aa many
stwonesasmayfavorliim with acall
apr-dawly NATHAN SIFFER.MAN.
4 ) I
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c K u, c S3
Si f C
efl ft .
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GROCERIES SPRING STOCK
BIMM & BRO.,
HEAD OF THE BASIN,
HAVE JUST KKCEIVED THEIR
Spring slooa, embracing In part
loo Bags Prime Rio tollee.
13 do Javaand Mocha.
Fine atock ol all kinds of Sugar.
oO.ooo pounds extra S. (J. Hams.
40,000 do do Shouldeis.
S(j,uo0 do do Sides.
10,000 lbs. extra S. C. liricd Ilcef.
luo bush. choice White Beans.
i60 butts assort, d Virginia Tobacco.
60 ehe.taaiidcadillca a. sol lt d Teas.
00 boxes No. 1 German soap,
as do Pure Corn Starch.
v24 do Salaratua.
30 do Socla.
0,000 fine Cigars.
74 sacks Dried Peachcnnd Apples.
A large lot of Fresh White Fish, Vitkcrl. Fhad
Bass, codfish and Mackerel. r"-Mcr-'i "'""i
ton bbls. No. 1 Family Flour. mhSS
CUSTOM WALJ. U00TS AKD hUu6,
OF EVtMY BTYIB,
OK EVthy bTVLE,
MADE !N Tim ,r S.xOT1
MAIJB IN THE BEbT MAIS NElt)
in ill. UJShT MAMiLK,
i-llOMPTLY TO OltDERi
PKOMi'TLY TO OKUEU,
AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE, vn"'!':'
AND WaURAKTVn Tr iiil.c-i?'
AND WARRANTED TO I'LEAc'e',
At the Custom Work Shop of
B. N. DAVIS,
No. 79, Jefferson street.
Tl N. D., huvinir disposed of his stock of
-a-" Kaatern work at auction, will hereafter devote
hia entire att.ntlnn .. .1 l
work, which he will get up in Tn, st'T. To Tuh hi!
ed to serv" ubi"' wuum n" be pleat.
Ha Invito. l.,llA. . ... ..
, - .uu e" ruivu io can anu leave
orders for work, and he pledges his reputation s a
nivaatf r.u... oe pieasiu.
FISHING TACKLE !
Lancrdons Hardware Store
lOlNTEUFlsh Poles 3,60 tots.tio...
J Braia Balance. Multiiilvlim n,l JtFTa!!
flaln Heel,, 16to4,00 each.
Bass Guides aod Tips,
Grasa, silk and Linen Lines,
kxtra Limerick Hooks ami tnoods.
ra take great pleasure in culling the at
tentlonof our customers and cltli n ei ner.
OVSTKutLu'1'1'' l'r''uu, 01 HLSH BALIlS OhE
oroii, ..tiv a 11.0 7 7"" '' ' "ti 01 ins
." ' . 1 luiut;.. AISO. a 1UU
aupplyof Cove and spited Oysieia.
u. a. v. &11U1.L,
septi House, eor. Main and Third streets.
FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BKEENE'Sl
2 A'ew otiti Beautiful Stylet of R
J C assimeres, Vestings,
FTJEHISE1NG GCCIB! "i
U, JVM. W STYLES OF SIUliTSI 1 1 r
fr? In which to keep cool during the "Heated
ne T.Fm.n aal
2 At BREENE 6, P
No. 1. tlaiu street. Davton. M
FOB SUMMER GOODS, go to BHEENE'SI
Fresh Meat Every Day.
firiOIKil! s, s.'kni'isav
Daily Meat and Provision
0th tlreet, 274 west of JJruwn street,
TV A vn nw r. '
KEEPS oonstnntly on Imud Erchh Ments of
vervklnd. Butter. Fv... ..,.1 va....,i.i i..
season. Vrodureol all uc.Liiiitii.n. ol.i.ii,. i, !',.
had at his store.
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7. .......... v, n . uuicnvriug, me ruiuiccsn
rely on procuring Fresh alrat dv t.uv aioamnu du
iieursires inepeople to kni.w Unit
Moaoay morning they can ptocuri' meat slauihl-
.!'!'",''"'. V",vlou" niut- ''"ey willpliai.
Dear 1111s in nilnd.
'Sliaukful for past patronage, he solicit, a...?tlu-
uauce of public lavor, determined to deserve It.
Remember othalreet.S doors Horn Uiownstreet.
aiiaii n. a- r a. shi i t
ODEY for Angust!
JvJf P J B mtni l.
'lsu N0.X White fish, TroutrMaclteTel
and OaUlAati at t AJ 'av ar a, V ...... J7. V
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