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r'irst and r'uerth Pa '
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The Ultraist, North and South.
hf di R lj bad tim
uposk.'yncsiils Able
they ejtta .ieu , ,
in - fciipp oiirniL'
this
hint
dor,
divisi
err la
trick,'-'..
arAufcxiotH to trur a com-
$k toccuri (he fiiillic plun
cj lyr rn t mrHriBe for
, la eamri luciw, tlir-y fj
drttioji;s; )inpiiMiiij? a
to trT(.ucu other, ihev
reaolra into original eiiuuU. . lbey hare
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biidohi eunKi-n genii.if vaenco III tae vise
honored tf.!.iiij "therd ii hiiBur nniuKi
.ijifj- tump a (iiiniir ninviii
tliiceir,rr-'i pernintently liav ihey pr:uiiio-
vu iue c'oirHry oi ine Heniunenr.
The suirthi'rn Hltmisia, who etjlc' Uieiu.
elrea, pur eicellence", Itepiihii.'aiw, hare
been for juij while ntt-iuptiog to coerce
the modi-rate men, who lean towaida them,
iftj a hnrrjy aiipport of their, anti-alarcry
doEinaa. Tber hate DartiallT euoceeded. ao
far as local and aectionul oomhinations are
concerned ; but when
when they attempt to fix up
.tionnl operation,, they fail
ium clans. The reeult i
k ..:i i.-.i i
- a platform for nat
to plnos tbe Tarii
that uonn aterr au. h (iiiluro 1.1,,,., I
is engitodered, and the publio ie informed of
' iba points of disagreement through the in-
mouthpieces of the clamorous di.
tisioni Th. ullraiste will hare a negro for
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Iba superstructure; tbe Cayennes claim
tbeirrigbbaveanaboriginalstioaaniong
the timbers, and the con serra tires, while
they do not seem to care what kinds of iuu-
torial are put into the platform, claim that
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the affair shall be covered over with u pro-
. .. ... it . . . .
tectire sheeting. Up to tbo present, the u -
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traisti hare the best of it; and churning to
. ... ...
bej nuob the stronger party, they havo deter
mined to rala the roast, or burn it; The
prospect for a orisp is ,good ; and unless
something is soon done to abate the heat,
nothing enn aare the opposition from burn-I
ingp.
Tbo tiltraistsof the .South are also having
warm time over their disagreements; and
as our friends below the Mnson and iixon
Line have a summary way of settling dis-!
putes, we may expect to hear of a collision
before long. The trouble seems to be be-
tween the Atlantic States and the States of
the South West, and the subject of differ.
ence is Cuba. Tho Atluntio States are on-
nosed while the S.mthu'i.Mt r.irt.ra il.n Br...;
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anion ol ctiDa ahould be opposed, and the
decision of the Supreme Court, in regard to
me rendition of tugitives should be carried
out in tbe States and Territories, as all thut
the Sooth claims or should demand. Tho
"Delta aud other Southwestern journals"
retort, and claim that "tho South has hai
quite enough of Virgiuia and South Caruli
na interference in questions which affect the
South vitally ;" and affirm that these Stutes
are doing Southern interests more damage
than the combined hosts of northern abcli
tionism 1" . '
So w. go, Th. altruist, every where are
at 'Word point., with little hope of hit
ruiuiuca, uu Bi.-nosi a cortuincy ot a war ol
extermination. At no former time in
historv ftf this Kennl.lio k.... ,i..
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oruemooracy, of any name and all names,
been so completely split up into antagonist
tio factions. And yet, these same incongru,
ous irrowlera nffent tn tnlk nr tl,A IMt.
a . ...u "'uij,uuii
sauon ol tha Deaiooratio party !" All the
National Democracy have to do is to unit
upon tbe Cincinnati Platform, (aud upou
all national men can unite upon common
.ground, tha only intermediate, fair ground
northern and aouth iLl.i.,'
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and go to work in good earnest, when they
will secure tbe triumph over the factious of;
1800. This glorious result can be aohieved
easily, with only the proper effort T -i-
nor questions be disoared from our councils,
and our press, and let us strike for tbe
"gtgto the greateat uumbe,'Mctij
our watchword be, a of ysre " lbe Con-
atitution and the Union I 1"
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Lockridge and Arizona.
, noted adventurer, Colonel Lockridge,
is on bie way to Arizona with a band of men
organised in Texas. We bave heretofore
given our readers some of tbe modes em
ployed to induce tbe thoughtless to join bim
such as the pretended discovery of large
asassea of silver at the Painted Meadows,
ic. At first it woe supposed that he bad
designs upon Hunora. General Twiggs, how.
ever, has discovered that he is really after a
touch more ignoble objoot He is going to
. ake forays iniu the Mexican territory fur
- purpose of catching runaway negroes
id bringing them bock to the United States
jselL General Twiggs has issued s proe.
nation and ordered the United States fbr
a to intercept Lockridgt's marauders
lenever they may make their appearanoe
kin the frontier. Near tbe end nf (be lust
MionofCrfgoss tha Washington States
.1 in ni'.i-i , . ...
a lertod that the wb.te population of Aruo.
.. . aiuouuted to but a lew hundreds. Jt was
ilently eontrodiutod by tlit. .relegate from
isuua, who asserted that iiVria 10,000
few da, aito two gentlemen dOalhu.
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rived at borne, direct from 1 ubac.
They
i lure us that there
not abuva Ll.'ln
i todred wbilA men in Arixomi. Tho gun
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kasn are Utlr.)y reliable, and it is
Ierwt to gi Aruonii as large a puj,ulu-j
: jn o tly bal've ber entitleit lo, fur they
k going back to Tubao to live. Tbe Stato.
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t A MocHTAiif or UtioKS I h. State of Ohio
ujM-.hii-e m school apatatut and book, for
, i , -r - . - ' w mi
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nerstl,,. ,i lil.rarie.. This large amouul is I
raised by u ofuna-U-utb of a mill uu the
dollar of the eutirs property valuuUon of the .
MaA I uder thi. law, tha Hon. Ausou :
touiafc, htals Uiutnismouer of Schools, con- j
Mttitdtit. Aniiatoa of t!iit citv Lo mumiU rl,A ,
ut w
h h M,rary books for i-j Ao.
, ail t...;rcc space on the Boor - of
na. kuJear. mt Appluion'. is n
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like lirr.in, rt-ttu t',r packing und .
. lu bulk lu-y nira-oi. ; ever twon- ,
i i cordii, 1 e.gh aov,..ty-eit;bt ;
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Legislative Summary.
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fljjCetitrty, Director of tho Ohio Penitentiary
i-nil Charles It Tiiiref, of Summit County!
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i b""lte 1111 fut ,1'e 't llef of r:,ilrottJ C0,"Pa
disoreet "'? ,n,c,?rta.'n
! 1 h fo,low,nK solution offered by Mr.
. 1 arsons was unanimously adopted.
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VZX lo'Z
Hon. Williuin ii. Woods, Tor the ability, dig
I n'ly. paticnoe und impartiality with which
' h.e hl,s . Pre"i,lcJ its deliberations du-
nnj tho present session,
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1 lhe House Indefinitely postponed the
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i nte bill suspending the oporution of the
ui . ..r.
lihrary tax for one year.
The r-titr-invnn iyi Tha Semita, Thttn
.Iny, pir.e.l tU .,!,.;,!.-. Mil, To repeal
ilidsrtof April It, stipnt.Mnantary to
Hi' lr.- t,unkirijr net of March 21, J: 1 ;
frm' n..,Tnl r.f t!ie fiffijo of the Xn-
inn .Murum J- if innraiio. I ompnny to
Ciins'StiHl!; Io t-lirt the .uretiea of Kxemi
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" nu- 'initrtiitr.Mor ; to toinl tie
law re'titiro l.vSolw.,1 !..tv in at.
,!.," tej V.-.', .; - Ihe notation of
iiiA I fr ;. tit to the ('nmtihi-
tu.ll.
" " ation mad by Ui
TlloTorrior, in executive -
awn of Hie Sennit .Mm Taylor, of Defiance
Trustee of (lio Northern Ohio Lunutie
Anylnro
Th SrKale defeated the ii!l to proliiVil
t'1 OoiBoiijsioncr of Perrv county from
lJ'"(f or eulliing Miiy tax to repair or
purchane the county liiilainpi at Soiuemet
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" 1118 ' loiiowing till were
v nvn. iu in' imc nr ins renppraiiiemcnt 01
.'hnci l.-md In Terry eountt; t'.irther to
" ' ihiiiici iu
l,r'nt th lakind of ueurioui ictcreat on
Uu..b, nuu u iireveub me
oonteaemn of,'tiil)iniert on warrants of nltor-
f bur.'. m.ki.i odJitional up.
propriiiioii. for llio year 1S09, tl.o House
b'" M amended in the 8enot, rcgulatintl
t' u'fde of adiuinitering aeaignmentt in
trU(,t for "10 l'nilit of creditor; the Senate
nal PIirPP"tion bill, the tame being ao
mnJeJ proride for the leaae of the
Wk Providing for the pnhlicntion
of U"! Pf'PwcJ amendment to the Constitu.
tion.
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stThe New Orleans Delu of th 20th
, "'ti states that the report of the (Jrand Ju-
j ry in regard to the explosion of the 1'rinoeRs,
fully exhonera'ea Captain Wilson from all
! blame, which is natural enough, consider-
' ing that be was not on board at the time,
iand had not been for several days previous
; The head Kngineer is censured however, on
two or three different specifications, but tho
' report says that the evidence is not sufficient
j to prosecute him, as be was not in oharge
of the engine at the time. It suys ;
! Second Engineer and'hi-
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: anxiously lUiyMrru where lie procured th
tlie;'1"1"' replied, from tho sexton, who
'"'""frd bim "it was the skull of one Nm-
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; speaks very encouragingly of the wheat crop
J in his region :
, "Tbe wheat fields in this jounly, gener
it I and vigorous much better
! than " ttntiipated a mont1. ago, und ap
betweeuth. P?f"' ? ma? aTe.d. freez!nK
Juoked hotly, and the ground well covered.
' Th" ProP' fr almost everywhere Is
j tDeouraDH-
j Mabbuiib Extkaoro'Naby. At St. Lou.
,wo threB d"y" tw well dressed
penaer of justioe that he was on bis way to
! Pike'e Peak, but ooncludod to get married
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Vbo "eut t0 "-.drujJ.-stoI, ?ad M or
rsertuin, quantity ;A strychuiiie. It was
thejVUWell tIloUt ,nJ'
dainty clctk opened tho money drawer to
, di'np in tlie price of blood, he reuiaritod cus-
.' u"",y "mt u' , t"oa&h P'"'" ' that
fwokuge to kill three men. "la'there'" aus-
imysjlf." And tha olork smirked and smilnd
and the poor girl weut on her way to the
y, nrououueau sentance.
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.rj,J4uae Wright a citien of tWw.y,
New ilniuhire, who was llfty-one ye.t
and ait feel and six inches high in Sep
teiuber, 1858, has grown since then full two
feet sod cliiht
hLh in bis ,),(.,. W find this stale
4.vt io l! .? .'bicai'o 'I irues, .. ..
U1?n Having chart?
I solves f"
urs. The
- """'no person can be
guilty of manslaughter in causing
the death of another, unless he shall have
been proved to to the immediate cause of
tuo death ; and experience bns shown that
prorecuuons 01 mis nature, lainng ol oon
vution, ere moro productive of harm than
benefit."
tkjrTbe following remarkable anecdote
is from "An Easuy on the Scienoa of Act'
ing:"
In the town of North Waltham, Norfolk,
17SS, the J'uir lsnitcnt was performed.
In the last act, where Calista lavs her hand
on the skull, a Mrs Horry, who played the
purs, anu was siema witlian lnvoli
invo untarv
shuddering end fell on the stugo; during
,"f ' "J? S T' UU ii8
U.nvere, sh J rens to the tne-kecper and !
n, player, who, twelve years ago, was bu.
ritd in the churchyard." That same Nor.
"'"s her first husbtnd. She died in six
weel".
u.t-i - .e ., . ..
no i ne euiior 01 me .viansneia li.iuner
" irin uirouKii rvnox, Liokine and ilusk
ingum, last week we noticed that the wheat
Derore proceeding further. The oouple took
their seats, and, after tha iustiae had dia.
patohed his business, he suggested to the
young man that be had bettor bring forth
his bride whereupon the two again arose,
and the elder pointing to bis boy looking
oompanion, assured tbe magistrate that the
bride eleot stood before him. Tbe func
tionary's optics becoming suddenly enlarged
he discovered that the individual in question
was not rerlly a boy, but handsome, bright
eyed, blushing girl of seventeen years. At
his suggestion, she retired to her room at
the hotel, and soon returned arrayed in ap
propriate habiliments whereupon they
were quickly married.
The names of the parties are Samuel A.
Patterson and Louisa Chamberlin and they
hnil from the vicinity of Terra Haute, Ina.
Tbe parents of the lady opposed tbe union,
and tha lover determined to seek bis fortune
at Piko's Peak, feeling confidant that a
utiange io his financial prospects would make
it an riiint witn tne cm loiks. This arranze
j ment did not, however, suit the youhg lady,
' eo.she stole a suit of her brother's e'othes'
i na fol'owd in ,llB 'o. fortunately
j overtaking and easily learning her lover's
j wheroaho.it. iu that city. '1 bo result of
; their utectiog wo have given above.
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1 .1,,:il"' Vtmbsa. A remarkable istnoe
If ' r0ck'8,,"UeM Vtb "" Poi1n "9
veriuou. auuuuseuilfl. IUVSUIIIAa in
Philadelphia. It was the ease of
One mors unfortunate, wearr of hreath.
cruve Ul a Jiuicitie,
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l&rl'io ?'. Y. ilsprcss, ol Suturduy juys:
Hiephons, the. wifu-poisouer, was sunlsooi
ed on Thursday be banged on
between the hours of V A. M. aud
He received the lenience with sti
on Ma wtk,
aud 2 P. M.
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by the Judgn, und a uioliirf! fir a new trial
was denied. The four Judges of the Kupruuie
Court were on (lis Banch.wheu rfuiljo Koose-
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ot Onyton, n
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1 mth, Esq ,
lwr. Third f!w1.."
a wisi
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lioioihT Sh.l.r,n, (C.intraetor and BuiMr.)
Jimel If. Kofl.ir, l I'rujt. Mtch't' 8v. Bunk.)
iMocy A White, (Of Ppenivr, AVliiie k Go )
Churlei T. Ill'.lycr, ( Preit. OhirfrOak Bank.)
Kl'jlh K, Onu. .'Of Da?. Dm r.
I Homer BlaaeharJ, (Of It. Ulanuhard k Co.)
1 Kk-imri v. HaMnr.l, (.Sluts AtMrnoT.)
M."''",.!n' (of J- M- Mi-rrlman.)
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W. II
rn l. i;..lho., (ur Collini, Hriilhera t Co.'
I). CnlltauVr, (C.nlilrrof But. lik.)
K. THOMAS I OROK l i s '
mark HOW AHU, I'rc.'l.
! Aiiiliontione rcfiM'i i.y
1 :"niM,i UaJV'ihio.
v ""' tc"
Jo!ln'LJtKl'(uf',l
an.t othpr mc'rcliant., who
.,n,rbub iirrcnciroJC. I
I'rrine, l.ytle A Shaw.)
are ecqualnted with the
n.h'j
bu.lnra. mm ol Hartfonl
Tor nl! the
A 1'LE ASA NT Kenidemce, corner 4tli and
MiS ?S?VS
ui.huii.iin.
ALSy
A nne I.ot on Id alreet. helow Perrv. aillolnlnr ih
reildence ol K. Anion Wore, lerniaeaiy.
. , CHA3. K. I'LARKR,
mhJl Heal Kitate Asent, Ciecit's Building.
CITT PnOPBRTx'.
rPIIE larfe new Brick Dwelling House,
A built by Henry Kinits. corner St. Clair and Wa
ter atreeta. The Hmiae I. very eommodloiiai fur
ni.hed with the ucceliary convenlnoe. and aiuillan
cc for comfort, and furuiihed handionicly In the
modern atyle. will bo old very low for wah. and
eaay payuienta, on application to
. . . CHAN, K. CLARKK,
mh?J Heal and General titata Agent, id at.
ALSO A handsome Kesidenna on 5th St.,
Iwtween Main and Luulowi 3 atory Brlrk, well
furnished au . handaoniely Improved yard. Pay
mentieaiT. l-HAs. B. CLAKKE,
nihil Real Estata Agent, Clegu'. Building, sd at.
Farms.
O.l.i ACHES in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum-
Oil ner, on the O. h M. R. R., one hundred aor-
Improved, the remainder tinilicr of good nualltv.
deep, rich, alluvial aotl.
There are two. ood Dwelling llnnwinn u,.n.M.
lie., convenient out-houiea, and In the mult. I ol a
good lettlement.
Thli farm Is offered at the low prloe of fill per
-.,.. hihi:ii ,- tnnii 11a value, rorrnluliy
CHAS. K. CLAHKK,
Heal Kilnte Agent, Sd street,
ALSO 170 acres, 2 miles west of 1 -renceville,
Laurenoe county. IU
improved, good timber.
ninnt, woll f. . 1 ,
- J-a. tfALE.
vl) OOn ACKKSorLand in Illinois.on
VJ)JJJ urnearllnra of Rail Roa.a, compri
aing Improved Farim, and wild landi,
lotho-having amall farm! in thla aectlon, that
will aell at a good price, I would any aell, and go
where you can get a large tract of land at a low
jirice, aijd whero you win have equally good inar-
ALSO, 10,000 Acres well solocted Land,
In .Missouri, both the quality and title of which
I will guarantee. For aale or exchange for oth
er property, on Hie mot d alrable term..
ALSO, A erunll but ohoice Farm in Clark
Countr, well improved, will be old cheap, and
city property taken in part payment.
ALSO, A fine Lot on Ludlow St., between
4th and 5th, us by so ft. alley back.
ALSO, Garden Lots of 7j acres each, on
the Hirer lload, near Ihe oily.
ALSO, A 3 story Urick Husincss House, on
Jelferson, between 3d aud 4th ats., and adeairable
residence on 6th at., bet. Main and Ludlow.
ALSO, Kino iuipoved Property in "Miami
City," and "Dayton View," In tracta of from to
Id uuroa. Ail tor Bale CM uae by
CEJAS. B CLAHKH,
feb'JI Real Bstata Agent, C'legg's Building.
City
I'roM'i-ly Dcsii'ublv lies!
llCllliCi
I otl.r for sale on reasonable terms.
X new and haudaoiue residence on id atreet, ho
me Mouse la larhe anu oniuKtoil.i. with nil the
modern improvcuieuta and conveniences; is Ilnely T
located, and in a good nelnhUirhood, Will heuilit.L.
cueap, u aiipllcalton 1. maueaooit.
I.H S. E CLARKK
rahS
CHAS. E. CLARKK,
nihil
Third atreet
CHEAP FARM.
1 ()() ACRES, 10 miles from the city "iin
l JJ proved, orchard, suringa, io.
15 acrea tiuilier, aud M a'crea bottom.
rrics .to per acre. For aie by
CHAS. E. CLARKI
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mhs Real Estate Agroi, so atreet
Firemen's Insuranccc Co.
OF PAVTOX.
CAPITAL, - $200,000!
Boars! s Direcltrt for IS58.
CBAIOAKD, ANDltBW OUMP,
V. WINl'KKS. UBNKY UERMAN.
DANfEfj KIEFER, I). B. MEAD,
W. L. DARROW, 6AMUEI. MAK8HALL.
HENRY STODDARD.
THIS COMPANY, WHICH IS ONKOK
the atrongeit in the State, ismes FIRF. AND
Real Kitate Agent, CIcks'i Building, i
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AND WARRANT! liOLGUT A SOLD i
AJ at Cincinnati quotallona, or located in Iowa, I
ia.nilB.tsl. .i;uriatairl. (ir Jltilliri. n i
on favorable tens. 'ad t !
..h.r,h.-.....n..
iuv Mtis rvii.it,ic
rcaionable ratei.
Atu.iuu ia cauru io ineiaortnar weiiaue nwel-i
ling House Pollcle. running aa long as THHKk i
ifeivna, h aeairea saving to the assured the I
trouble of annual renewal, and materially shnao. I
suing the coat of Insurance on this large class oil
aaTTWiiVup'i'laiJs' M"1 Mw'"a Sc'00,"1i,n
8. CRAIGHEAD, Pres't.
P. W. pDia, gec'y. novlS-ljd
HARTFORD. CONN.
City lire- Insurance
UUAlfAIN I tlr 11AUTKOIIJJ, CONN.
Paid In Capital,
Surplus,
$250,000
53,231
Avets, January 1st, 1059. 9308.231
This Company baioomplicd with tho law. of the
"-" ... wuivu . 1. uuiug Duaiiieas,
C. C. WAITE, Bec'y. C.B. BOWBRS.Prst't.
Western Branch Olllco, Chicitgo, 111,
through which ul! the biuiueaa of the Conioanv In I
the Western, North-w'i:ivi u aud South-Weateril
state, la transacted, -
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riT" VMigXX. 222E3 iSR to'ciu'Sxo ;
allair. of the Coaiiuav and PolLiJ. Toi To. '
apply to ' L
, Da. vie a CUPPY,
.. Ageuta tor Daytou aud Vluinity.
uihs-tjytj'df , '
Dry Goqtfs:
FOR THE SPRING TRADE ! I
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COMPLETE ASSOKT!IET
JUST OPKNED AT
The New Stone Front btoie Eooiu,
110.899 SEC0N1) .THEET,
uihiM
By ANDHKW GUMP.
Wood ancl. Willow Ware,
HUQ4E I'UaNUaiNO GOODS,
Chit'ltiH't Chair, - Fancy HnxkcU,
LOWCABA GIUS, AC.
1MPHOVED CAHPBTi V; VBSlo.
Just opened
Ko. 2W HseontvetaKan ' 'looh
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"nvuig aueauy P.AiJliH. Drill 1 U1S SUP.
I'l.Y .in.l IIOL-Ill l,nn
MEET ANY U ..MA'NRand to FILL ALL 1
OHDKUS PROMPTLY ... fnl if
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Over nil others, at the State Fairs of Illinois ,
JAnA Wi.ooii.in, and all other fairs at!
Mew Ariangem nt.
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hi mi n I. l i,i t I (I II it I. II,
r,9 k f i. r.
'TO' r. i r . n M i',. l r.i
"nirifl, r.! n .
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( Hod '
iltotliy
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(llfrH HI1U
v r. T I M J ft I
a ! .f ft,n mJ ., ;
I r"" i i ny wm m nw
CU3T0M DEPAHTMtNT.
j AB.l Jl iwf Ivivl a laree anil aplonilM alnrk for
DPKING
m r-a a v
b ic a ii 12
OF HFR
iiro sov'4
'ready made c:.0TiiiNa ! i
iiinv i
;Gent.i' Furnishing Goods.
W'liloh are ottrmt at
VIIOLKaALK AND RKTAII.,
As Low in cm he. rnri linod:
P(cai Yoke Shirts,
A sirr!or nitlnu Article, founit at
IIAMIIKI1LA1N anil PAKKKIt'S,
814 Third street.
nih'i.
GR0CEKIE.' SPUING STOCK
TTTTtr O. nnea
AJi.AAlfA Ok UUU.,
i:eai or tiii:
ITAVK JUST HKCEIVED
THEIH
lora. eiiitirarlnff In nr
I1U1 U...P. Da. .... A - '
U do Java and Alocha. '
Fine atock of all Kind, of Sugar.
6", pounda cutrn M. c Hami.
40,11011 (lo ,l Shoulder..
Sli.uilO ilo do a), e.
10,000 extra C I ' r 1 a1 Beef.
100 buah. cliuiuo While Beau..
0 bulla a-iuit rt Vlrnlnla Tobacco.
o-l chest, and cad.liea aaanrted Teaa.
00 boxes No I Herman Soap.
do Pure Com Starch.
at do Sntaralui.
SO do Koila.
au.noo line Cigara
Maacka Dried Peacheaand Apples.
Ha.. Vie."..0' ';'fx'."h,Wh" ri,h. 'l
Llan, (oiltlahand Mackeral.
Ickerel, shad,
100 bbli. No. 1 Kamlly Flour.
mh2S
NEW GOODS!!
SPRING GOODS!
DRY GOODS,
PUKAV GOODS
PKILTTV nnanm
1 ,1.
- io aOHSPFER,
No. SO niuin .tifreot,
OPPOSITE COl'HT IIOt'SK LOT.
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Medical Notice.
TAR. A. (1KK1ICK has nasoeiiited with him
In th practlceor medicine and aurgerv, Dr. J.
I. Strphena, late ol St. Johna lloipltal, Cincinnati.
Prompt atieutiun will be given to all calli In their
profession. on;ce, a iuth eut corner of Fifth and
Jcllerson atreeta. nih3J
"A Stitch in Time Saves Sine."
THE SIMPLE ANNOUCEMENT THAT
a- we have a Machine In every way equal to the
Firs-Class . Machines,
AT THE VER1T LOW PRICE OP
05
A .SO, the reputa'inii it has acquired in ev
ery plane where it has been introduced, bag
heretofore rendered it unnecessary (with
the limited menns we have hnd for aunnlir.
ing our tMves with Machines,) to advertise to
any great extent, -
THE DEMAND
duty, to tho oIuhj ol prsoplo who have boen
wh.i.ino nor abi.r to ia tm-l.
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HIGH-PRICES
As have boen demanded by other machines.
use nil tho means in his power.to let;ihe
Public know that they cnu get as good a
Sewing i-Iachine
As thore is in the market, nt a reasonable
price. Our .Machine wua given the MOST
PAVOKA15LE NOTIC1S in the report of the
Fair at Ihe l'ranklin Insiituie nt I'hiladel
phiu, ond f LA CEO A T THE HEAD of
the list in puiut of merit, and has received
THIS FIRST PREMIUM
i, i,oa i, i-i ,
"has been exhibited
lti
Cllll II t i-r, v.
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ra'y, simplicity, durability, quantity
and riimlity of work, and is, in a word, thk
TVTo elaiM a " a.1 in i.
" eopie,
ipfalAe,Il0.nTS a"(l hv8 therefore
i-.iii ligwsil POSSIBLE PRICE.
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CM and exiimine before purchasing else,
whcio, at SA1-KSKOOM,
In ,1clodcoi ltuiidi ii;s),
CiaciKNATt :
VV- K BHAMAN k CO.
v ii i . ,- . . ,
' . . tr' V.c" a timiSllCO CUIl rely
upon nuving mi order promptly filled with '
Wa. -ranted V.iehin und full .li.i... J
"'"' .l'it h tilts, und lull directions !
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.DETROIT H1VER ICE,
DIMM &
13RO.
II Ate made urraniromcnts
with
Ice
- - 'e",lr' ""roii lor a supply of lee taxes I
aK.u' i.r.?riei,".ri.r
Wxzzvt&'xz!: ztu&J
with the l.i-ltoit River Ice dorm the iir,,i r
aihlK ,
Tlie Coleman Farm Mill.
THE WONDER & ADMIRATION i
Every Fanner iiu Owa MiUer! t
THB ONLY
aucoiBarui. mbtalio mill ever in-I
VENTKD POP. M AKI0 BUUKWUEAT I
ANDFAMiLf FLovn.' I
ltcanharuabyHorM,Stom,Wlndo,W.trPow.r.lLADIK.S
. ..w, io, aiiung i,a Msal
Hrica, with l)nitiiig,wUW attaub.J, for
waking Family Flour, aid
liMsriptive Clraulai a can b. bad, or Ihe will caa h
ecu lu operational tli.olllceo ths"CoUuian Farm
Mill Compauy,"Tril une Uulldliiga.rio.l Spruce at..
i .,wn.r alio. deis will receive ptumpt aiu-ntlon.
dsvtiHiia
MAKliN THAICHa.at.bsc'y.
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sMaanaaaawxx-er.flnnxjsiauav
Muster romminioiirr'N o-nff.
Ill KM I ANT t an order of the. Hnmrinr
I MnntKnwrrj 4. otmt.ij 1. hi. to tt .11-
1 rriimT, inn . .'in any rl Arnl,
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n tnmmoi trirrr. .rt innt, in n, c itr rr nv-
ton. I'll at ful-ilc ti,,-
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in imiowim ,),,.,
Mlj-of lisvlon, v,ir
"tilo, towlM Thlrli
, l. M or ulrtilnv
"II ii "T airnr In-lot nun-itiar nlnrr-on
'l.l rroirl l,f. br-n nrr , 1 1 .-I nl I1.40D. .nil
tKM ioM tar W kMt m4liin) l IM.
.1rmiM tol.i.i,: Tehciolil nl lhnlt nfJi.n..
"J" H'"i"") .Kil Wiilinm Mum,, itn.l
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..ir.rntir i inirt l iiMnijfomf iv rnimli
mh-'-itwu
Maatar Comrolaaloner a Bala,
I rraaela A. Ltnji, 1 ii'pcrlftr Court,
. . . . . 5 No. ilia.
Aiiim Kunta ami tarah Kuatr J
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is.-..,-,-, tn, ,ii, i v. i imo. mnnn in Trif,
mtril, I willnitrral pul.lio auction at the.loorol
. f ai i ' '" u o"i' iheeoun-1
Vr-rfli - -V
,.Ti the folloivlnr land, anil tpnfmrnti: altuata in
the nounl.v of MviitaoBiTv, and known an ! deai-ilnpil
a.lot No. threoi.y in .ilion .ixiwn tl) Inlliepiai
of the town of wen llavioo, In ,(,! rnuu.
ty of Mont-romT', brln tlir iamr prftniana thla iti
, f . i V'T ""'""rt ol navlrl Hawthflincawl
.""a, l'iirlatnilierto.alil Kuiilr.
: Hald iwoiH-rtt U to be Md on a Judgment in favot
of ) raw-la A I.loyd, v.. Adam Itiiiili ir,,
Kiinti. l hi' .liepr..K.rly hna tvrn appralxil at
.lulu humlred ami I wl dollars, and ia nni.t l lottl
li.r l.-.i than tiro- tlilnla of the appralinl aalne.
i Term, of Sale, t.ih. N. K. JuhllAN,
. Mnr tlommlaiioner
f Superior CourU ol MoDtfoaMrr fount ., uklo.
Jni aoan and Jovruan, All y., tor PlalnfifT.
mti's-itawta
No. U22,
Buperl r Court of Montec-mar County
Ohio.
'".rta Williams, Wtmn Warner
Othcm.
PURSUANT to an order of the Superior
A Conrt of Montaomery rounlv, Ohio, tnmedl.
rected, 1 will aell at public auction at the door of the
tou-t Hons-, la the cltj or Dayton, In avid count.
of Montgomery, on '
Saturday, April, 30, 1S59,
between tha hours of t and 4 o'elno t. m . the follow
ing lands and tenementii altuate In the county of
Montgomery, and State of Ohio, In the eootlwaat
quarter of .ccHon number five, townnne.ranite al
a.!, fcc, and deaerlbed a. follow.: Beglnningoii Ihe
aouth line of aald section, at the aouth-weat corner
of John illveley'a nine aore lot) thence N.4'.o u.
forty-eight polea to .aid Hlvele)'. N. W. eornen
thence s.8o a W. 1S-T pole, to a atonei theno. s!
. lorty-seren and elghty-tlrehiindre.llk. 110 ss
to tha aouth line of aald aectlon; theuoe N.sso e
IS-1 pole, to the place of beginning
Appraiied at Sloo, and cannot be sold for lea than
two-thlrdaot tha appraiaod . aloe. Terms ol Sale,
Cain. '
Bald lot oontalna Ave acres, with a home and other
tmproveina.ta thereon) la altuated lu the Mlunl
bottom, I ml'e aoutb of Greenraatle, and miles
aouth-weat of Dayton, la rich lull, ami exocllent for
gardening. JOHN scui'T, .
, Maiter Commiii-ioncr
of superior Court of Montgomery eounli, Ohio.
Boi.tis a IlcLVii.Ll, Att'ya.tor Pi n. "
mh2e-dnwta
Master Commlaaioner'a Sale,
David A. Wnreham, Superior Court,
vs. i i0. IJiil,
Alexander tfwrtyme, et al.
rriaay, April 2, lsiV,
between the houra of I and 4 o'olock P. M. of aaid
day, the following Real Kitate, to wit: Lot No. one
bundled and forty-two (142) on Map K., made hy
John H. Grand, William Trice, and Win. ( ro-iman,
Comuit'Siouen appointed by the Com. Tlena Court of
Hamilton county, Ohio, to make partition of the
property belonging to Uie Find ey helra In Montgom
eiy county .Ohio. Said lot fronta on the north aloe of
First at., Dayton, In aatd Montgomery county,twenty
poles.and running back to the Lake Krie and.Mad Hir
er Rail Road, In sa d Montgomery county, Ohio.con
talnlng five acrea and one hundred and twenty polea.
Said property la to tie aold on a Judgment in laror
of David A. Waieham, against Alexander Swaynie,
et al. The above propertv has been Appraised at
.ioou,3o, and cannot lie sold for leas than two-thirda
of the appraised value.
Terms of Sale, Cash. N. E. JORDAN,
Maater Couimlsaluner
or Superior Court of Montgomery County, Ohio.
M. n UuTTEuriELD, Att'y for pialntill.
nihb-dawta '
D.W.AVINTEUS
NO, 94, MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE THB COURT HOUSE,
S NOW RE(.EIVING AND OPENING
X- his large and varied stock of
New Spring Goods.
Hla atock is entirely complete, containing many
GREAT BARGAINS j
AND v "
ALL THE NOVJXTIKS of the SEASON I I
111 find It to their advantage to '
h;k, iiir nis niioriircnr la 10 ;
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SCALES AND TRTJaKfl
WWA
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES,
the beat article In the market. We are Ageuta
for the
ale of the above articles. at Manufacturer'.
prlcea.
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J. LAHUUON 4s liRU ,
Main attcet.
Clegg'S Hall! j
Tnnr mi i ii nn nnimi
MR. A. WILEY
"D KSPECTFULLY luforuis his friends and
the pi
public tllat lie has tlttud uu -'Cli-ffir'a II. ill'
a jjiiuaru iiooui, wuere me luveraoi una l,c.-tuti
Jul i l healthful aumacincnt will tjud lupclioi la
'" "u any room, kc.
"hiu will be 0iieii on Saturday evening. i
Tha public ar mvlu-d Uicall and ewmliuj l. ",.,
hWd table., audi,, the. sopsrio?
.'rrif.Tlio
01Ba!D8jaiaa)3li3':M
. l. woodih:ix . ;
HAO JLST K ti U ii 1 v is v X flNK
freih lot of genuine and pure
Field, Flower and Garden Seeds.
Gardener, will Ami i to thale .,i.n... ,.n
wr'- -
-oi-s,. potato...
r sale at tlie - . . t
AULUCL'LTUIUL WAREHOUSE,
. . Third atreet, near the Peat Offlosi
oihl-ltdawtt fa ton, Ohio.
CUST0M-MADE BOOTS I
TlKtom Mfldp " SllflPi '
At - - - B.'W." DAVIS'.
79 Jt.aeron IZ,..
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Ladlcv (ial.fr.i, of all Stylos
Urt . uo liliAVV uo
Every klud of Covering for the Feet I
At -
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1 - S7, Jttnirson street.
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MICBaaw Ualibst-
-beat at lbs taaans.
- all. M. UVEEK'I.
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and Tacific
Prints: French and English
GOODS!
IVrc ARK VOW IMCCFIVIXO DAH,Y
Iitrnnnn) fi(wt tm-v nr rfrwtnrinr
r'on --'. nm M'lt!ittmi,Unc tl. kmt mil nl
uon.li not wltiitt nn.ll nC tl. liv mtv
.DUY-GOODS,
I Wi-rn lni),t at un,i.,iilr lew prlrix, which enalilea
ua lo n,ll thf.m at mir ri'friilar low rat-.
; llnrlnt; ooniplrir l airanrrracnti with in rtn.
runoi il livrr n horcnl.lo In H'w Vork ( Itv, and it
oon.ti.nlly In the markot, watchlnt: lot l.arealna,
, vimrii jive ii, mny a.lvantajra, l.v our ilalli iur-
. niucn wp anail iw iweli lti thronglioiit
flail.
otl Fancy Dress Silks,
0I3KS A'LAIZES,
, i,D
! JTk tfk fT F 7 v TVTWmm.t
M" " C MBJ MU CjbT jfiAa
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Beragos, MnslinChallies,
ao.
Traveling Dross Goods,
Of all descriptions.
EUBROIDE'IES,
( heaper than ever oltereit.
WHITE . GOODS,
STELLA SHAWLS! '
STELLA SHAWLS!!
vTft r a ci, . ....
Ml r.l.l.A MIAWLSin
TTnnn Itii-f f TT at.t.i ,
iJ-OOp lOillrtS! HOOP OiXirtS!
DoiiRlnso ami Khern osd'i ITIatl.
, nee, Victoria, Crown 11
Hoops lor 11,30,
tklainond,
And in fact all popular skirts for Ladies and
Misses, which we will guarantee to sell 25
per cent. lower than ean be found elsewhere.
20 cases Bleached Muslins
AT OUR BKQPLAR LOW PRICKS.
1 Caeo 5-4 Pillow Case Muslin, at 12Jc.
2(0 dos. Linen Handkerchiefs, at 6Jo.
100 do, at 12c. worth 20c.
- Print 10c,
r Challie. 2s. worth 250.
1 Caso 4-4 Chints at 12Jo,
Tr. - w .
AS ANY IN THE MARKET, at unnsnally
I 0 W P EI C E 8!
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Supplied at New Vork Prices,
N. ;P. DOUGLASS k CO,,
South-east cor. of Main and Market sU.
ml'!8. " DAT TON, OHIO.
Handsome styles: I
SPRING CHALLIES,
For 12 1-2, 16 2-3 and 20 eta. pei yard.
" AT THB
New Cash Store
mhM of JOHN, VAN DOREN 4. CO.
Rich, Fancy Silks,
Rich, Folard Silks,
Rich Berages and
, Grenfidine Robea;
Rich Printed Beragea
inert urgandies,
JUST RECEIVED AT
THB NEW
CASH STORE.
i JOHN, VAN DOREN and CO.
Great Bargains in
Plain, black silks,
Can be bad hy railing at the
"OA8H BTORB" of
mhis JOHa', VAN tlORF.N and CO.
SPECIAL NOTICE!
March 28, 1859.
VE WOULD I? ESPKCTFULLY SAY
to our numerous Kkibnds and Patbons
that wo will, on the above dato, Ciunoe Opr
AionR of UuiNO Upsinkss, and adopt a strictly
CASH SYSTEM!
IKUESPKCTIVl: OF PEUSOiSl
And in making rhc change we will offer auoh
INDUCF.NMNTS IN PRICKS
that must and will nierit a continuation and increase
of piitioniuje.
Our motto henceforth will be '
"Quick .Sides nud Small Profits !"
We cordially Invite an examination of our atock.
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.,
rnM' No. 5, corner Mala aud Sd atreeta.
(5PK1NG GOODS
FOR CASH!
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.
AV. SO,' Coiner Main and Second Streets,
DATTON, OHIO,
UAVE NOW IN STORE, AND ARE
dally receiving, a large and desirable stock of
Seasonable Goods
TUIIY Altl'.
CASK
ABOUT ADOI'TINO
JsVSTEiW,
are prepared to otter GRKATF.R BARGAINS than
vi, -r utneiurc. du.i reoi-iveu nasi styles
Chintzes, Chullies,
Ducals, &C,,
Bnlzariuea.
Byadare Poils da Cbevera,
11 Bleached Muslins,
Muko Kid Gloves, at 87) cU.wi.
mhil JOHN, VAN DORUN CO.
IIOTICE,
n custom.,., h.vmg un-tui ount. win,
our bnainoMi
Strictly to Cash:
And being desirous to close our books at tha earliest
period, would ask the atteutloa o all loan
l.HMEfllATX SETTLEMENT.
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.
March 2H, lSo.
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nOLLAIVD BITTEKS
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THI CSLSRSATSD HOtLatl SPVIDT FOB
DISEA8B OF THK KIDKEVS,
LIVER COMPLAINT,
WRAKNES8 OF ANT KIND,
FEVElt AMD AGUE.
0lJJ',rrtm,t ,o""onteqifiit upon dli
STOMA C FT OIIL1VEK,
lnrh H lnlif,Vwtlon, AcMlfr or tti Womnoh, Collckr
Pnin, Honrthuro. Lt.in of Ai !tlt. uonnAMnf
roR(i.rnAf., KliiKi ml ni-Wtlln Pilei. lM m Nf;.
voui, Rliurmitto find NournlRto A(f?etlonsT, it hft
in luimeroitft Inttnoii rrovwl highly bcDettclril. nd
lu nthfrirMprffNl slltlca cure.
Tiili it a purely vftrHnhip coniponml prppnrerl on
flpnilllc iii'inninitpt, Hip mnonfr of the Hf.
bra tod Hoi It mi rrttmir Docrhne. IVrKMsenf It
ffrnt ft;irt'i'i In munritf tho r.urnpo nti .states, itilr
(riMlu tton Into thft I'nltPil flt'tri w.lntcr.lfHlmore
ffiwclll for thou of our fiithorl.'tna B atterel her
ami thorn over Hi fnco of this mleMy countrr.
Mtinff wi'.h uront nu-pufl pimonit tliom, I now oftVr
it to tlie American fulila, know 111(5 that iti truly
Womtt rful n-p,lflHril vlrtura nnint o ftcknnwlotliroii.
It ! pAitlrularly ri'i-oiiimondrfl to thue poriont
who? cuii4tltutloni niav liavo iw.cn ImitAiroA hi- tha
contlntiom uf of nnlciit Bpti ltn, or oilier formi ot
fllHlpatlua. inerally hmtantmiooui In elteot. it
AiHlt Itm way directly to the neat of life, thrllllnr and
qiilckn.n every nerve, ralvinir up the ilrooplnir
the ijitfrn
...vi, .iniBMig iiuv Hi-nun anu vigor j
JAI'TI01!
Thegreat popularity of this delightful Aroma has
"'"" ""iiauoni, vinicn tne pulillo ahoul,l
guard against purch.-iaing. Be not persuaded to buy
anything elae unlll vou hav- Iven Uorrhave'a H,,l-
land Bitters a lair trial. One bottle v. Ill convince
Fou how Infinitely superior It is to all .bene tmlta-
U-Soldat 1,00 perhottle.oratxhottleirorveo.liy the
Mlll.l POIiliUil.-..loii
JV'" A iSt. lllUlUltO,
EENJAMINPAGK.JS.cSiCO.
IMWCFATTRINO
Phariuac(ntiNi9 mill Cliomlsts.
PITTSWHO, PA.
BOLD BY
Barnes aV Park, New York. Bulro, E-slein A Co.,
Cincinnati. Hubbard k Robinson, 120 Main at.,
agent, for Dayton. Ohio.
j.So lydaw.
THE LIVE I
IN VIGOR A TOR
PREPARED ItY DR. SAXPORD,
Compouaded Entirely- lroni (,'uins,
TS ONE OF THE BEST PURGATIVE
A and Liver sledicinea now before the public, that
acta aa a cathartlo, eaaler, milder and more eltcctu
al than any other modictne known. It ia not only a
Cathartic, but a Liver remedy, acting nrat on the
Liver to ejeot the morbid matter, then on th atomach
and bowels to carry off that matler.thui accoinpluh-
.,---. - ..-ii., ,i,hot anv of the
human nody;and when It periorma u, i,,i,t,.,..
well the powers of the ajstemnrefullydevelop
d. The atomach la nl- moat entirely ili prndent
on the healthy action of Ihe Liver for Ihe proper
performance of lta lunc- tr tlona; when the atomach
la at fault, the bowels areatfault,andthenhole
ayateni aurrera In conae- 1 qu- uce of one organ the
Livi:a having ceased to do lta duty, tor the
disease, of that organ, EE one of the proprietors
ha. mad. It hla Itud; , in a practice ol mote than
twenty yean, to Und-8ome remedy wherewith
to counteract the manj ,, derangeiiicuti to which It
la liable. ,w.
To prove that thla n-:H medy last lnat found, any
peraon troubled with Livlb Complaint, In auy
of It. forma, haa but to e try a bottle, and con ic
tlon la certain. UJ
Thew Gum. remove. all morbid or had matter
from the. system, aup-," plying in theic place a
healthy flow olbile,ln- jvlgoratlng the atomach,
cauaing food to digeat, well, ponivvis-o trk
slood, giving tone and !" health to the whole ma
chinery, removing the.ycauae of the dlieaae f
fectlug aradical cure, .j
BiLLOusATTACKaare'cured, and what la better,
prevented, by the oc-Caeiouai uae ol the Liveb
imviooratoh. Im!
One .does after eat-i Jing la aufflclent to relieve
the atomach and pre-H veut the food from riling
and louring. j j
Only one doae taken at nlghtj looacu.the bow
ela gently, and curea m CoaTivENEia.
Ouedou Ukn after., caci. meul will cure Dva-
One do.e of two tra-L 'apoonfula ivl'l aJwaya re
lieve Sick Headache.
Ons boitle taxen for-i female obitruvtlon re
move! the eauae ol tbeiidlaease, and uiaitea a per-
eci cure.
Only one doae lmme-",;dlately relieves Cholk ,
while W
One doas often re- jpeated ia a sure cure for
CHOLtnMoaui,andi; a preventative of Cnoi.
esa. i")
Only ons bottle li j needed to throw out of
the ayateu the cBects, of medicine after a long
alexneaa. istf
Ons bottle taxen forLljAcxnicE removea all aal
lowneaa or unnatural w color from the aa in.
One doae taxen al short time liefore eating
gtvea vhprto the ap- petite, and maxea food dt
geat well.
One doae often re-l- 'peated curea Ciirosic Dl
ArnirEA In ita woritQformi, while Si ji.iur and
Bowel coaiplalnti yield almost to the llrat dose
One or two doieagecuiea attacxa cauaed by
worst! In Children : . there li no surer, lafer, or
apeedierremedyinthe Q world, ai it "never faili."
A few bottlea curea IDrorsv, by exciting the
abaorbenta. i,
We taxeplearurelm recommending thla medi
cine as a preventive for Ftvcr anii Aoi'e.Chii.j.
FsVEr, and all Fe-I vf.m of a Billoiis Tvpe.
operates with oer- tainty, and thnuaanda are
wllllsif to testify tojltaironderfulvlrtuea.
All who uae It are giving their unanimous
tes imony in Its favor.
JMr nix water in the mouth with the Invlg
Orator, and swallow both together.
THE LIVER 1NV1HOKATOR
A 8C1KNTIFIC MEDICAL DIKCOVE-nv 1.
dally working cures, almoat too great to bell, ve. It
cure. a. If by magla, even the tlrst dose giving ben
etit, and seldom more than one bottle ia required to
curs anyxiod of LIVER Complaint, from the wnrat
Jaundioe or Dy.pepri to a common lieadnohe. all of
which are the result of a DISEASED LIVER.
PaiCK ONX HOLLAS PKK nOTTI.E
Dr. 8ANFOHnt Proprietor, 31ft Broadway. N. V
retailed by all hniva-tat.. gold also by
W. WKUSTTfOFF,
GHONEWKO av STKWART,
Daytou, Ohio.
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Great Gift Book Sale!
JEFFERSON ST., BELOW MARKET,
NEXT DOOR 10 THE AUCTION R00H,
DAYTON, OHIO,
FOR A FEW HAYS ONLY!
A blilendid (iift. worth from ftOcta. In a Ion. will
given with every book sold, at the time of aale.
(illts conaiat of
Gold and Silver Watches,
Mold Lodkets,
Oold Chains,
lirnoelets,
Gold Pencils,
(old Sleeve Buttons,
Gold Studs,
And a great variety of other articles of Jewelry.
Alio, Ladies' fclegant Silk Dre-iei. Ladle,, and (ien-
tiemen are Invited
to call aiidexanilne our itock.
W. A. Mi DONALD, Agent.
nihil!
NOTIONS, IIATS AND CAPS.
J. COFFMAN St CO.,
luiportun nutl Wliulcmln tiers iu
Foreign and Domestic
. . NOTIONS,
HATS AND CAPS,
Oloves, Hosiery, rire-Work. Taney
Candies, Toys,
TOCKET CUTLERY, Jio , Ao ,
NO. 321 THIRD BTRBET,
ITorth lids, Opposite the Town Clock,
Between KneUIy,Mc'Inlirea,Co.'. and Main street
DAYTON, OHIO.
JACOB OOFFMAH. 0. V. OaBOBH.
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JOHN COHAN,
jfggf CARRIAGE
Manufacturer.
AT UIS OLD HTAND,
5ih st., between Jefieraon 4 Canal.
7
BSBPS CONSTANTLY AI H.4NO
Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, tc , if.
tha Latest Style and htti Quality, frld Carrla.
takea In evchause lor new, and a liberal nilio
allowed. ALL WORK WAHMANTF.D.
EaT- REPAIRING Pone on Short Notice!
a Fits iir of .
SPRING MrAOONS
Hand, at RfDnCEO PRICF8I
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