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aTtt cuutt, boito raonum.
rnday Tniu, Aarii a, its.
f'iUwlinf M Ulrf on Kwj fair .4.1
ttar'ur Ixtoala, TJe.rath,
mattvr of lntart and Ifcfori
FirM m4 r-'oarth I'agea.
and othar
alioa, (
i
femtor DoiiKl.a uaeid to have elated that
would la sindij.W for tha I'raai.
ideae ia 18(H), beaenee, "tha Oppoaition
ara tare to eaeeeed." Stephana, of Ueorgia,
it ia reported, gie a eimiler reason fur hie
retiring at preeent from putilio life. ''An
tbara ia bound to be a emaah up," ha racilj
eeyt, "I am for gtttinf, off at tha firat eta
tioa." Cia. CvmmrrcM.
A great deal of very flat lying ia put Oul
by tha oppoeition praaa aow a day by "ia
aaid." Tba above, fron tha Commercial, it a
aaaiplaof thia atupid fal.'iBcatioa ; and we
ara turpriaad that our ooteiuporary ahould
Hire ourranoT to it Wa ara prepared to read
aiuiilar atuf ia tha raral district republican
papara, fur they deal ia juel each ailly twad
dle, to the azelutioa of everything elaa. Tim
poor devila who conduct 'aia iuaiue that
they are not doint; their duty to the party
nlaaa they give their readere a weekly duee
of violent denunciation and niierepreaenta
lion f democratic in en and meaanrea ; and
ll their ''euea" the city papera do not fur
nieh the required aliment, they draw npon
imagination and "epirit" for a supply
'I'heae never fail, whea the pro; er time ar
rives. It Bay be that our Cincinnati co
temporary, in giving the above, intended it
aa a tett for bis republican friends in I'm
country to preach from ; be surely did not
d sign it for consideration at boms.
It will at onoe occur to any one who ia
posted upon poblU men and ueaauree, and
who understands what be tails, that auob
atatemente as are made in tha paragraph a
the bead of IhU article are a.true; that the,
ara mora: ll... . t.l. ' r.,.- '
are more: lliey are botb simple aud false.
Ibe veriest novice in political matters will
feel very sura that Mr. Douglas never made
the declaration that "the Oppoaition are
enre to luuoeed in 1S0O;" the fal.il r of "is
aaid" ia apparent on tbe face of the saying ;
and the author of the statement ia either a
knave or a fool. Those who circulate it, by
giving t the semblance of truth, are in the
same category.
If any thing oould be more thoroughly ri
diculous
than the "ie aaid" about Senater
Deuglaa, it is the "similar reason" offered for
the,. Hon. A. II. Stephens, of Georgia. He
. ia represented as saying tjje democratic para
' ty ia being disorganised, and that he baa
left" it, "not wishing to ro dcwn with the
"""wreck!" That it Is aranard, gotteroip with'
toil the slightest regard p truth, tbeautbora
ofjaltBoW! and that they bare the face to
en4. it .out to the reading world onaf nrovaal
that thry bare lost all decent regard for th:
....ii.fe"i1- :.r - ..
' V --(T'L Pveae must DC e
ee.tfhiff )iarcl run foe Tnir-I
.-c H.u nutiu w
viirV wbI"riey ttoop to such ailly mierepaat
Vvaa..-L. ,Ji Ti a.l.:tM i... .i j .
.,to..iji..i.J ... uiaiuti rnows ids aesnerntA
ajobditloaSfltf, which they bave fallen; and
4 e,.'-,'dioatoa fcaf Ufiy afe blindly grabbing at
5 ' J 10 keep above the warea that are now
trireateninff bmntri.ir lr.i...
' ablufd. 'toTTST in order to make a ahowini.
. JjlW take i$ ordinary intelligence let
; f Mm tell liae vtliwh-bave a very little color
: . rMftTJPimUy in tbem. .
New Railway Law.
Tl ' x be Legislature of Ohio recently passed
-.'w wiln regard t- fences, oaUle guards,
' , etc., upon thelines of the varioue Railwaye
in the Stale ; and as it ie equally aa impor
tant to tbe publio aa to the llailwaya to un
derstand the eubjeot, we preaent oar read
:.u - : - c n . n ...
; -vrn wuu a aypop.ia Ol uia aci:
. See.' 1 providee that each railway oompa
-Bi either -completed or . part oomplated,
wiiliio two years from the passage of tbie act,
shall be required to maintain good and sufi
licient fences, and heceeeary cattle guarda
,and road eroasinga. euitable and auScient lo
prevent cattle and domestic auimals from
endangering themselves and the interests of
the company, tad, after suclf precautionary
atop", bave been tuton,' fbe - (aid company
eball not lie 4iabia lor any duaiagee done to
aaid cattle and domestic animals, unlaw by
Dcgligenoe and, if any peraoatball ride or
drive upon ench road or within euch cattle,
guard, without the oonaent of tsid eotonaov.
the eame ehuB forftit and pay a aem not e-
ceeding, ten dollars.
VJ J-o.i 'pro iila. that any put-aoa'along tha
line 4f aaid rVtd who jhnU 'bave received
eompenaation fur said right of wuy, ahull
pay one-najt ot lb uoet ot said ranee, which
J"r ya.n.jaeW.uae lorbeir Held or
.Jot, are. , f . . . v' r"; ' ;
Sec, 3TTbat whed soep fcaces are 'duly
made they shall be kept fn repair in all' re-
specie as poftttion feaoea are new by law
raornd to be kept repair. .
Xeo. 4. That section two .hall no apply
n7 ., ""er rae aava or shall be
entered into between aaid parson and rail'
ay company fo baildiu; and maintaining
.taunhijence. v '.j . t,
See, b. That if any railway company shell
refuse toeonatruot aooli eatt!eguard and
f.nces, or to keep tha eame in "repair, the
same shall forfeit and pay for each day
refusal any sum not exceeding fifty dollaia
per day, to be recovered in anjfc action
debt, in the name of the State of Ohio, for
tbe use of the county in which suit
, brought. The act to take effect from and
after ita pasaagr.
By rigidly adhering to tbeae regulations,
great trouble, expense, and loee of life will
be avoided. Those Interested should atady
well tbe above provisions.'
.The fa-dumuue Gazette, for want
ooinetbiog better bdo, reproduce the fol.
lowing old suw -.
w. n ,i;i.i :r. i
. pbyeiciana that he waa present a the birth
Ufk child recently, the on half of whose!
entire person i. of a j.tt, bl.c eolor-baltl
tbe head to tbe very tip of . tbe now, pre-1
aentinx the true Aliieai. type. tv" J the
curly bair-runniDK clear LwJ aWo tl.e
aaeeial line. The moat ainaubar fouture
Iba oaaa la tba fW.it li.nl IL. ...r.ril. ... t.o.h
la) feature and color, genuine ttliiouiaos.
Will some of our Ethnological students
amine into toe matter f
. It may be iutereatloK to tbe querist of the
Gaiette to leara that bis erandmother "tt
.amiued into tbe matter," long before Aa
thought of, and atoertaiaad that tbe otlier
half of tbe child wae preoieely aimilar to the
fcalf described eo particularly. Tbe "tint
April" eaeui to bave aet heavy upon, the
Geaette anao.
A .rei Biany perauot eouipIsa
fatling Ud-under tb. weather; ara not
.1 u i. i I i. a .
atly aick, but "uon t faal right, by long
J V nbot." If all auuli uruuitlera would call
) at t)l.ter a, oo Market Mreet, two doora waat
j of J.tforaon, aui t.k a Utl,-, tha, would
( , , , ' . ' .
M wonderfully tiaproftd. That ia jiurt
what they want. A thorough aerubhing..
and olaanini, will fix than a) right. Sub.
poaoioo try It, tcollumao; U wiU work
oDdr. Pinter ba atery tiittS 1
il poaaibla abapa; nw, olaaa ni.ianuat.
' '. . . .
Appointments by the Governor
I :harloa W. Potwin, of MiiVinimn cnun
ee t. to be a Trustee of the ln.i,mi,., r... .1..
an ith tlia ad v ire and fHn !( .f Ilia
tfenate
FerRiia Ai'ilfirunn, of Bti'lef count, to lie
Tni.tea ot Miami I'rii.e .mly, o I'Urliw
Aailaraon, rti(nii.
Aetier Conk, ol' Wood county, to I. a
Trn.taa of the Ohio Htato l.unutia Alnm
I for IdiuU, fur S yeara, eomraenoini on tha
jglet da of April, ISi'.i.
Jama. A. 1 miller, or franklin ennui, hi
be eTrnetee of tha Institution for lh edu
oation of tha Deal and Dumb, fur Ilia
I pirad tirrn of three yeara, ounnancinie on
education of tha Deaf and Dumb, for threa
ream, commencing on tha I Oth of April,
Ioao Drayton, of Cuyahoga county, to be
a Trustee of the Northern Ohio l.unaiio
Asylum for the unexpired term of five yeara,
commencing on the KHIi of April, iH.'ii).
John Hunter, of Coyaliojnt county, to bo
Trustee of the Northern Ohio Lunatic
Asylum fur the unexpired terra of six year,
ooimnetkinK on the lUth of April, !i.
Calvary Morri, of Athene eoiimy, to be a
Trustee of the Ohio University at Athene,
in place of Samuel 1'. Maocraoken, deceased!
hdwsrd .lordun,of Scioto county, to bo a
Trustee of the Institution for tin) lilind lor
three vaara, communcing cn the I'lth of
April, is.'.y.
VVm. Kullerton, of lioa county, to be a
Trustee of the Central Ohio Lunatic Asylum
for the unexpired term of six yeara, coin
nienoingon the lUth of Aprif, lsjb'.
Charles Breloirle. of Krunblin nn,,ir in
be a Director of tha Ohio I'cnitefitiurv for
the unexpired term of six year, couiuieno
ing an the 12th of April, lsiti.
Adam C. llanea, of Kranklin county, to
be a Director of the Ohio Penitentiary, for
tne unexpired term ot four yeara, commenc
inir on tha 12th of April, l'ili
William A. I'latt, of I runklin county, to
be Acting Commissioner, und J,iim-s T
VVurthitiirton of !(. ...nnt. ....I I
. . . i , .
iiviBiicciiu no n'liiauij . uluIUIHHMUfrg ot
tlie new Stato House, for two years, com
mencing on the luih of April, 1 84s.
Willard Warner, of Liokini; couniy, to be
a Truitce of the Central Ohio Lunatic Asy
lum, lor the unexpired term of aix ycurs,
1 comnieuoingon tlio lOili of April, I SOS.
'iiJV9.'' I" le.
i V'"0. V V.1'10, 1 ry, lor tl
a
the
uneipirea term OHawii.-:cBrs
commencing
oo the 12ili of Ai.riiTnj5.
h.T,. ","- r''.;r0v(" umn.it county, to
be a lru.tee of the Northern Luuatio A ay-
uiu, iui ue uuuapirej (orm ol two years,
ciimm.fliinti nn I i. I 1 1 1. ..I' A..-I1 U;
I
j mere uy me mosi rapia conveyance
other liand, nuunapirncy ia auiil to h
.tliamtroraH ia llin ihtnliia. ..f !--..
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lUi'ur.TKii CoNariR.u v in Ckntkai, Itai.v.
Numerous arrests have taken pluce in
Mode na I'aruin, I'Uecnlia nnd lli irn. A
vast conspirncy, has, it is aaid, been discov
ered in those provinces, which wits to lend
10 Jteneral inaurrectinn about the end of
last month. The persons moat acrimialy
comprouiiaed, a'though they do not belong
to Austria, have been aent to the prisons of
the Tyrol.
The I'aris paper contain tbe following:
If credit can be given to lettera from Ituly
the fortreaare of that peninaulu nro by tin?
time completely armed. At Vernoa, Touch-
era and liiigimna, tin nuuilier ot guna hat,
' 'aid, been doubled. The repairs
that
"a Dmn rr'n m tne lortihcationa or
I'laccntia and Venice, have been copinleled.
r
-nd ten Imtterie nf.erill.e. -,...1.1 1 .X
mere Dy tne most rapi l conveyance. On the
other liand, a uonapiracy ia nut'j to have been
discovered in the duchies of I'nrma nud Mo
dena, where foreign occupation, as is well
knowi, ia nut much liked. This conspiracy
the wirea of which extended into Tuscany,
and aa far ua Nnplna, had for its object a
general rising, which was to take place at
the end of this month. The ir.ivernincnt ol
Parma ie said to have made the discovery,
and, to have immediately sent notico ot it to
the court of Vienna"
MYSTttitiot'a Traokdt at foLi'Miii's. The
bjdy of Thomua Ik-ll, a middle nged man
employed iu the Ohio Tool Company 'e et
Ublubmi:nt, at Columbus, was found, ou
Wednesday afternoon, suspended by a cot"
t n haudkero ief, to a fence post, about two
miles from tbe city. Tbe fect of the corpse
rested on the ground, while from deep
wounds around the wrists and, ancles, iip-
a.-ently nut by a slide knife, tbe blood was
flowing freely. Blood layjn'poola on the
ground near by, but no knife or other weap
on coald be discovered Jt wot not clear
all ether death wae produced by the wounds
or strangulation A Coroner e inquest was
instituted, but at latest accounts no verdict
had been rendered. Bell was u widower'
with two children, and bad never exhibited'
any symptom, of insanity or disposition to
ward euicide. ' ,
Mock Spxs. Tho rare and beautiful phe
nomenon of the parhelia, or mock euna,
waa witnessed at Boston oa Saturday. A
correspondent of tho Boston Journal tlan
deaoribee the apcotaole :
On ill nMu.inn nf . tnal li.l,i..li,a (1 .
noon ,ho halo was almost perfect, tbe part
, nearest the horiaou being the least bright
but the whole, however, displayed the primi.
j ti wlor, ,xqllisi,ely. Tbe two luock auns
; wer, horiaontolly situated at the riKht and
! left of the aun, aa viewed by the eye; and
j ww. MoeedinitlT luminous, espeoiullr on
the aide of euch nearest that luminarv
Their hue waa exceedingly rich ia colors
brilliant in the centre of each, more red
near the aun, but oomewhat euhdued in the
opposite direction. From euoh ol the muck
lunaprooeedad in a horizontal direction and
from the aun, targe rays of a paler tint, pre
senting in a degree the reaemblanae
oomete. The sight continued yiaible several
houre.
A Eitraoudixahy Cask A correspon
dent of the Stockton Republican, writing
from Lovinu'e Ferry, Sin Joaquin liivor,
California, relatee the following extraordi
! nary affair:
air. piuiiij, uuiiva 01 iveniucacy, affetl
about twentysijt yeara, who residua in this
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Vicinity, and who served in Walker e firat bl-
libuatenoK expedition, has been alllictod for
abaut twelve mouth, with a tumor in hia left
I breast, extending
i'"6 a a vrau auu 1 m nu i,tJ flig
. i collar be ue.
1 . . s;
icotiarocue. ic una tue puisattun ana all
1c bad the
lfw v";p"'ir? ot atmi , l'r
two Bl"ut!'1,.,!,"' ""'""'"K '" bewimeso
" ,w" uti;n " 1"1U7
'"f1 wek .l,.r IVdJ1eI,'r iia' "T. U'J
l!TS'' -U? Ti' f'.? ,n'
mor' ,'n1 fter(l"H, of "''ek; yllow '
d.rK"eJ' 1,9 wcoeeded in extracting
' ,roln. l"e '0""" ""Ket ball. It Udd en
j tered from the btok, a little below the .lioul
I dor bkula. 2 be must curious oircumittaoue
. in the ease ie, that the patient baa no idoa in
I whut battle be received the shut. He aan
j ouly remember that at one time, in Aioura
i itua, ha experienced a sharp tu riling aeusa.
I ti.in in hi. iMft altonl.ldp. hut a. I.. -U... A-
I . ' ,u lu0pen air, aud Bad no oliHnjfe
I Al ..i.,ri,Ma ina a nn., ...... i... et.t m... .i.
I w. " . M U.V W. UI.CVI'
er tbsoausa. The patient is rapidly reuov
i ring-
Cupi. Mr. W. V. Kal.jr wrilea ua from
Ueorliok, Wiiliaisa aouuty, in rairurd tu I
! ItrowUig wbeat Ha euja that up tu the fir.t
"V! ! w? i " T ,! ,"'.
"' " louaeil ery had. but that ainoe
that time tba boay rain Lara aettled the
ground, aiiii given tba rout a tirui hold,
l,ol b oa"1 lri to wm for.
w",d l"J IT?1?' D1d lh" U
good proapaut lor at leaat an aruge oron.
Ji, ,jTa U,t ,u .Atenaiva obaorvatjoa Uuda
biia to tha opinion that oa farma well aed
! "'over, and on which a (rood llock
J"".? ke.l", tl, Pro'?,M of tba an
tier furtaa wbera thaea ara aot fauaa.rTaw
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OKNKItAL AGENT.
Wlt.f. bnyand aell
KaUte In n't skoiiI
nn H)(nmiion Keal
tha r,, , , ,,,
tlta loni, aiAae eiiliectlohe etc., etc.
. Otn j a with T. J. . Smith., Eaq
flej llnll.iini, ThtHst
insurance Company
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DIRtiCIORa,
Mara ''uft.rd.
. V,'i idrult, (Pre.t Woo.lrulT t Bfh I
.lame. U.ilur, (Of 0.11. Northaia A Co )
.0".)
K. Holierti. (Of Krtiey. Unberts A O.iadwln.)
Dor It. Ph.li . (. Cona. U.'e In.. Co.)
Tinn by Hhi'iu.(C iutrmttir and Uuilder.l
J.mei P. I o.t.r, (IVst. Mreh's' Mar. m.)
.Sidn.j A Wh l.. (Ol Hptnc.r, While A C.)
Chirlei T. lliilycr.fPreu, l.'h irljr uk li.nk.)
KliJ ih II. 0.n, (Of Dsv, Owen a Co )
llomor Ui.lnh.r.l, (Of II. llln, l.r.l Co.)
HUliaril D. 11 ubl.ar.i . (SlaU Allorot.)
l XI Mrrinin fitf A A XI II ... a n )
nilliin l l "lhn, (r Colin,., llrutlian a
W. II. 1, Callsailer, ('aMrrnr lints Hank.l
M IKK HllUAttli. frM1!.
K. THOHAII I.OHI1K.I.I., Sci y.
Atdlnlloii. roretvf.1 hy
CHaM. K LARKK, Atrnt,
Third .treet, ilayton, Ohio.
Would refer to
X. It. Darat, Ks.,(i)f Dnrst & Uercbelroda)
"'" Lttle, Eni ,(ol 1'erriue, l.ylle A iShuw )
' awl oilier merehaiits, who ara evqiutnted with the
j !'!!'!!Lnl" .'i!.1
. for Sale Cite p.
. TLEASANT Itesidonoe, corner 4th and
ti. t hurter .iret. Lot wen improved, ami of
!iioo4l.le. HoiMiraaio and ueariy new. t'ouve-
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Lot on .l street. below ITrry, ailjolnluK the
re.liien-e ol r.. adiuo ;iuip. leuit.rnny
CHAS. K. L'LAHKK.
loll II
Heal Ktta'e Agent, Clnca". BuildlnK-
CITY PRC-PHUT-.
'PJIE lurre new llriuk Dwelling House,
X hutH hy llrnry Kiiii.,oornerSt.Clatrand Wa
ter alreet.. The Hou.e l. very cominottioii.i fur
in. lied with the neeaaary eonvenluce. and aiiHan
cv. lor comfort, and lurol.hed handMimelr In the
modern .lyle. Will be aidd very low tor Hill, and
ea.y payments, on application to
luh3 U(. u Mul Gaurt4 Ag.nt, .ki it
t,S()A Imndeoei. ltesijenca on 5tli St..
A between Mam and Ludlow, .rory Brick, wen
lurni.nru nu i iiauuaoRiciy iinproveu yarn, ray'
icni.eaaT. iiiao. r.
mcnt.ea.r. i'IIAh. K. CLAHKR
Heal Kttate Aeynt, cirfnr'. lluiiiitn., u.t.
Farms.
Oil ACMES iu Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
6 t I ner, on the U. at M. K. H., one hundred acre.
Improved, ths remainder timber at good quality,
deep, rich, alluvial .oil.
There are twoffimd UwellluK Ifouae.on th prem
ise., convenient out-lioiiM., and in the uiid.t ol a
good aettleincnt.
Thl. farm I. oirered at the low price ff al-per
acre, lielna utucli ie.. tbaa it. value. For .ale by
CHAN. K. CLARKH,
He il Katale A Kent, 3.1 .treet.
LSO-170l
a. renceville, L
acre", j miles weat ol I .nu
liureace county, III., rood Mill, well
liiiproveil, tfoud timber, a lianlMine, new, conve
nient, well furnLlteJ two-.tory Irnine ilwetllnic
hoiiae, out-hou.c, barn and atahle In.hort,. ftrai
rate larlu will he Mild clieap by
t lHAS. B. CLARK K,
mhu ltol Katatia Acrat, Cletc.'. HulldinK.
FOR SALE.
OM ("H)n ACKES of Land in Illinois, on
OvaVrv7V ornearllue. of Hall Hnai.., compri
ainif Improved Kami and wild land..
Tothoe haviliK .mail farm, tu thl. section, that
will .ell at a Kooil price, 1 would may .ell, and go
where you can act a large tract of land at a low
Iirice, and where you wl'l have equally food mar
iet. ALSO, 10,000 Acres well selected Land,
in Mi.nori, ImiiIi th quality aud title of which
I will ifuarautce. For .ale or achange for oth
er proiK'rty, on the mot dealrahle term..
ALSO, A email but choice fc'urrn In f lark
County, well improved, will be eobt cheap, and
city proper!) taken in fart pajnisnt. -
Al.Stt, A line ;,ot on' Ludlow at., between
llh and 6th, 1 18 by 00 ft. alley back.
A LSI I, t inrden Lota of 7j aorea each, on
tits Klver Hoad, aaar Ihe otty.
ALSO, A i story llriuk liueiness House, on
Jelt'er.un, between 3d and 4th .ra;, and aile.ir.hls
re.idcuce on ath .L.,bet.Nalu and Ludlow.
ALSO, p'ine impovnd Property in "Miami
City," and "Dayton View," In tract, of from a to
14 aire. Alitor sale CHtarhy
CHAri. a. CLARKE,
fcbil Heal Estate Aent, Clegg'. Uulldlnir.
City
l'ropertjr Usraltic Ilest-
aencvi
clfer for sale on reasonable terms, a
I,
new and handsome residence on 2d street, be
low Perry.
The Hou.e I. larae and commodious, with all the
modern improvement, and ooiiveoienceij la finely
located, and lu a (rood neifrbuorhood. Will beaold
cheap, If application Umadeaoon. ,
CH S. E CLARKK,
mhS Heal E.late Agent, drag'. Building.
T..AND WAUBANTS IIOUUUT SOLU
mJ at Cincinnati quotation., or located In Iowa,
Kan.a., Ncbra.ka, or Miaaouri, by
CHAN. K. CLARKE,
mhs . Third street.
. CHEAP FARM.
I (( ACBES, 10 miles from the city,Jm-
1 VJ provedorchard, aiirlnga, fcc.
15 aorea timber, and 116 aure. liottoui.
Price atu tier nere. for.aleby
I'HAS. K. CLARK K,
uilio Real Utiite Agent, 3d street.
DR. AYER'8
Throat and Lting Institute,
Ho. 30 Want th St., Cln , O.
WOMUEKPUL svociise IS Tns CUBE OP
T3ROAT DISEASES, CATAHBH
LUN9 COMPLAINTS,
By Means of Medicated luhalatioa.
'THE Institute ia daily thronged by per
A .un. who have .ulfered alike from various dis
eases, and Ibe barbarities oi the old school of prac
tice. Or. Ayer ha. 110 accaaion to .peak of hia emi
nent .kill and lung experience In tul. .iieclality.
It i.suougb to .ay he l. the foundt-4 of "Medicated
Inhivltiuu,"and n.verfail. to .ure or greatly bene
fit any aa.e lis undertakes. He ha. HlNsrty to refer
tu clergy men ud uther. of the highc.t re.peutablli
ty and worth in till. vicUiity, a. to what ha has
done lor theui.
Dr. Ayer, (who, by the way, t. a permanent resi
dent of Cincinnati,) .ay.: it i. uiy liiin belief, that
il the forty thousand who are dctalued to die of
pulmonary disease in thu Western state, within the
next twe ve month., hu putoa a ay. tent of iiihala
tiou jtidlctou-sly adiulnlaicrixl, thirty thousand of
them would remain to comfort their friendalor iaan
yeivra. It i. 1.1.0 my opinion that tbousaud. aie
hastened to their grave, by su-ualled "reuidieB,M
swallowed Into the stomach.
The Curative Vajioi is oonveved directly Into all
1 not into tu. .loniacn.wuerelt 1. not.
.T,.'?erilf;,1."uaic"!iun."' tUBu"'ltln is aa ir-
rltatlon of thu throat aud brouchical lulies. Of tti
thousand, ttiatuie annually ol Cen.unipUon, thera
I ' out "ne i1'l"! he produced wbereihediaease
j x-JSfi imi S ol fSSCma. "ti'iT'hM
. mnt wi aim iu iiiv li n uri(
before the) i;ri'i'iul lo the luiui.
iktrtn uilntl, thvaieKrwitt ul new ren.eiliei nre
hot Mttcut ti.?tU..uti, nui can ouly be ubUiucU ol
Dr. Ayer.
Dr. Ayer lr.'ctually and pertuiueut ly ourcaCa
tarrlt, aui lurulahtfi a I'tuuijit auU rUalle cur fur
thm diiwjAate. wliiuli all (u uim: fur theuiawU ts,
wlar-rvr thfy dim) be. Dr. Ayer's Couth "CorUal''
il a muil remedy tor tu womt ouuiflu Whouan be
mo rMii.Mi uftsjuaiceal, to unjtMt imir Iiiutl.,im.
uwtfiigiit ut titelr own 11 v audeemlurti m to heiti
tntc, wtuu tlui'Iy npji iuiloJi will retira to heal to
and vardoir titH't-'usi lllucmaiad uutlutiy dralh.
Cll tit auawou while ttieraU Uom.
Where It ie liupuaaiutu fur par irs to vieit and r
aiiu uiUvr aiy tretiueiit, the writs aa lull
hUtury of ttirlrenstiuspossih e, aud 1 wilt if ad ovr
Ks.pt to any part ol the .oouutry euch meilitlun
iU redealrrd. "
Li'U.N KBt'Kll'T OK' Viva DOLLAW,
1 wrlll sat i til written mil it It in rnenaaMlluav jt.it
,u . " a yaoaaga i ui.uciu. in
i.iuiioc. the writer shuukl giv a. lull a hl.tory
auu uuaurioiiou ui tor Dili, aa ouaaiuia. jvuun-aa.
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Surgeon and Physician, I'Throatend Luug Inatltute,
VuwtuaaM.1 . .1 . jautl
ClTBTOi ADK BOOTS
Custom-Made Shoes!
At - - - D. N. DAVIS',
' 90, Jallvraote Hlreet,
, Ladie' CnUern. of all Styles.
LiDIHS AND tiki NTS KINK WOKK.
do do UKAVV do
Ivary kind of Coveilnj for tba Faal I
Al - ' a. '- - B K -DA VII?,
whrt ' ' ai, J;r.oo .traet, '
NK W Co4 rirk, la ao4 order ana ?arr low.
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TlllrTttMI'ANr, WHK1M
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a. the stroneeft lu ll.a fltt. i,i r
thestronee.t lu II. e le. Iisnrs riBE ANIl
MANINR rOI,IOIKl i rue.itahle lr,m
m ar
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trntihlr nf enniiAl rfiiWAls, i
it Itle?
12 ihr u!2. r.H K
n this larfa oIms of
enlnethe cost aflnsiirance
omre dit side nf Mala utreet, hetweea Heeoail
an4 Third, up stalls
iiroiirrl v.
. CRAIuHKlD, Pre t.
B. W.
tlmiKH, Irr'f. nnvia-lttt
HARTFORD, CONN.
City Fire Insurance
COMl'AXY OF HAltTI OKO.COXX.
Paid In Capital,
.Burplue,
Aeseta, Janairy let, 1839.
2 SO 000
sa.aax
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nn company In. rotnulliMl wilh the lawa oflhe
i"iaira, in nfli II I. di
InK tm.lne.a.
0. 0. WAITK. flae'v
C.B
BOWIRS, Pres't.
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VVCStcrn IrjllCh OfllCe, ClllCllKO, III.
through whleh all the hualneee of tli f ntnpany In
the We.lern, North-W e.tern and Noutli-Wr.rem
niaie. i. iran.iioieti.
W. B. I.lll NMI1L HV, Genral Anrnl, Healdlna
a. H. PIlll E, A.ii.r. (..neral Ain, ( In Chlca-io
for Information and a detailed statement of tha
allilra of llu C'lmtuy and Politics of Insurance,
apply to
DAVIt a CUPPT.
A(f'nt. for Dayton and vicinity.
mhS-tjyl.'ea
d. & r. b. bhull,
UNDER THE PHILLIPS
HOUSE
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TJAVK NOW IX MTOliK A
NOW IX MTOliK
IX anldr.lrahle.tiK'k of Good., to which they
m. .imuiniH vi uu,.r
inhio
d. a r. b. shcli.
CIOAR8 AMD TOBACCO.
75000 IMrl!TKI)alld Irnetio Ci
'M buxea and cadjiea Tubacco,
III proas Anderson's Solnce,
10 " llronson'e Fine Cut,
2 kegs i'ine Cut, for Ketuilinp.
aihw tl. and F. B. Ht'LL,
WINES AND lilQrjORB.
If) HASKKTS Champagtie,
Aw III doa. Siiarkling Catawba,
JO roues Itcrmndu Julip,
S cBBua Tort Wine,
'2 " Sherry do,
- " Madeira do,
2 " t'laret do,
A dor.en llluckberry Brandy,
' " t 'berry do,
i " Lavender do,
5 " (linger do,
" " Aromatic Sobnappa,
winger wine.
III hhla Old Una Bm,',l,n. Wl:.l.
. , i. Bo,,"n "bieky,
5 " Old
jienneaeey -nnd Otard
Itrandv.
me aiwve IPiuor. aro warranted (tood, or
ale.
families .and Healers are rrqucaled lo call
and v.aiiiinelortheiii.elve..
.'or .ale only by the
racRaire, i.allon or llottle.
D. and F. B. HC1.L.
ODD FEIJ.0HS' FAIR!
Tl . T 1 xt nmn w a v
UaytOn LOdge StO- 273, I. 0- 0- F-
Will hold a Fair far the beaelll .riha
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AT DECKEL'S HALL,
COMMENCING ON
.no.ru.ir, 2oa ov .pti
AND WILL CONTINUE SIX NIGHTS.
CELEBRATION
40th AnniTTPrffarw
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or Tan iN.TiTUTlca op
T -a as-s
IN TIIE I'NITED STATES, ON
APRIL 245, 1859.
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OOuS
WIIT IIP' anin vio tho
Wll.li Bh SOLI) FOR TI1R
a. ay .
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DavtOTl Twlfrfl Vn 27S T fi ft 1?
imywiUJOUge, MQ. i, 1. U. V. X .
DAYTON, OHIO.
1 Fine Oold, Hunting Knp. Lever W.hb.tlSS 00
1 Fine, full Jeweled, 18 carat Lever Watch, 'li 0
I tine full J.woled 18 caret gold lac.d L. do. ill 00
I Largs gold, hunting csas Lever Watch, M 00
I Silver, Hunting cane Duplex Watch, 41)00
t Silver, hunting oa. Lsv.r Watch, , 2a 00
1 Silver bunting case Lever Watch, 20 00
1 Diamond Ring, no
1 Diainund Breaet Pin, ' 15 00
1 Solid, Gold Locket Finger Ring, 10 06
X Set tne enamelled Cuff fint, at (4, 8 00
I Fins, heavy ladies' gold CaaatllaineCbaio, 30 00
1 Set Caiuao Stud, and Sleeva Uutunn,
8 00
1 Heavy, solid Soup Ladle,
i Set silver Table Knives, st I2,
I K.nry lilver Tea Set.
I Fancy silver ehanireabls Castor. '
20 00
24 00
.,0 00
(0 00
lb 00
2: oo
i j oo
lo oo
10 00
8 00
4 00
40 oe
12 00
11 00
00
10 00
11 04
III 00
16 00
li oe
10 00
a oo
10 00
i Fancy silver Cnke Baikal,
I One month CI ick.
I Eight day Lever Clook, gilt frame,
I Preneb Coral- Clock, No. I,
I French fancy Cioek, No. t,
1 French fancy Clock, No. il,
1 French fancy Clock, So. 4,
2 Large gold Bractleta,
I l'.ir Inrga, tins vainted Braocl.li,
I Fair large Gna Coral Bracelets,
1 Pair Hair llrarolet.,
t Coral, double soil Bracelet,
1 Oold Nseklaoe, with gold rrape,.
1 Hold Lava .et,
1 Fine all' gold set,
1 Julil Lava mi, white,
1 Cameo set,
I Fins all gold .at,
4 st "y.ter Forks, at 14,
Spounhandls Butter Knivti, at tl,
1 Fine g l i miniature Breaitplo,
t Fins all gold Breastpin,
I Ovrnl Braiwtpin., ai $5,
4 Cam on Hreutpin., at $i,
II I. 0. 0. F. Breastpin., at ft,
I. 0. 0. F. Bow and Arrow Pins,
Latter U's, solid gold,atl,
split
a fl
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NBW.G-OOD3.
BEAUTIFUL, IllCn &0UASTE!
JUST recoirud a freed invoice of the lateet
aud newe.t ilr. of JfcWKLKV, of every ue
acrlplloa, eultahle lor the )rla. trade, at
i vniiKM.wuou'a,"
. l Th rd .treat.
mini)
Time, Time, Time!
Til IS day revived another Sua aaaortment
ol ioUI and ailver Watch.a, with UUfLKX
nETACHKU . Vli. and taa '.nJ....V iZZ
1'i.iatnMi Li.na,ua awl
the moet cel brated maker., at
sHFRWOOti'a," :
sit Thl nt .Ireet.
-mhao
Silver .Ware,
I'M ate tl IF ?.
AN mtira new and complete aaaortment of
every article suitable lor the Table, at
"M KH WOOD'S,"
aihau at Third street.
raopoaLe
long term of yeara, or prrpetual, or to aell. Ample
room and good Hint will be raanllred.
. lutormailoa eaa he had touuiilni
lug the matter of
a. i. aiiL.Eir,
aihM-dtr : j Caalnuaa M t'oai,
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At the dnorof therein H.,.., In the tll'r or l.v
'!" the kou.s nf 1 r,.1 vm k, P. M of m:j.1t,
the fnllnirlftc ,ltori 'ea M'l I:
cliy ol IMytnn, 'onfttv of Montirumoty, enrt I tete of
Ohlci, to win Thlrlv-two leet In tilth off the vxi
shlsnt the et half of In-lot niimher alnety-noe1
(l) on the nlKl of the oltv of I'm Ion.
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i . tK,i",'r ,' hera apiiislsrit al IXfoo, nut
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1rw ( vAiti man!
To h toifl nt (heiiH of Jon
Hrhrf
KffAlmt WllJUm Himmt and
N I- .Idtl II A N
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mh-M-diwi. '
Maatar Oomenlaaloner'a Bala.
Krenels A. Mnyd, . 1 Nupertor mnrt,
Aitkin Kimtr and aarah Cants
I no. iins.
pi Itftl'ANT to an order ol the Superior
Court of Won tsomrrjr somitr, Ohio, mnde in ths
ihnvernae, a; It. Krhninry term, 1HA, and tnmedl
rmlrd, I wlllnHerat puhfln auction at the door of
the Court ll ll.e. In thee tv of Um nn In Ihrninnn.
: ty of MoatRomery and Mate nf Ohio, on
I Kriday, A pill 211, Isill,
lietween the hours of I and 4 o'elnrk P. M. of .aid
nay, the followlnn lan.'.s and tenement.: altuate In
the rounti of lloiit.oaarr, aad luixvn and ilr.-rlhed
a. lot !Sn. three ( I)
in aecnon .ivteen (ifi) Intl.enlat
of
l """'(""""i b-lnx the.anie prruilaes this ln
onveedln the evrvutora of linvia liwtK..
ronvevedln the evroutor. of liavlri llawthoina aj
' Jesae K. ChrUtoi.her to .aid Kilntz.
Kald prOIK'rt Ih to be ..Id on a ludrnipnt In lain.
Of I rani ia A Lloyd, vs. Afana hunts and Sarah
I kuntx. The ahove proivrty ha. Inn appra-ed at
elirhl nunilird and twehe dollar., and cannot Uaold
'' te-th!rels of the appial.edvalne.
i fa.ler Cnmmlailoner
at anpertor CMatvt of Montomerv enuntv, Ohio.
"'I bum and jot aDAN, All') ..lor I'lalntlC.
mli'.'IMtawt.
No. 11.32.
Super! r Coutt of Montgomery County,
Ohio.
MABTK COMBCIHSIOnH'l BAIK.
UerhertS. William, ra. Warren Warner
ona otnora.
Pl'ftHUAXT lo nn order of tbe Puperior
Court ol Mont. nrnerv rountv. Ohio, to me m.
rected,lwlll.cllatpiit.HcaMctlonatthedoorofthe;
co.irr nniisf, in tne city Ol ilayton, In .aid county
I of Montgomery , OB
Saturday, April, 30, laVJ,
between the hour. of I and . o'clock e. at thi rnllou..
Inj laud, and tem ment.i .Itiiate In the Mainly of
Uout.oniery, nd Mat. of Ohio. In the aonlh-. ..it
quarter of aeolton number live, townone, ranse alx,
eait, he, anil dccrtlied a. follow.! Brlnniii.on tha
leouth llneof .aid aection, at the .oulh-we.t coiner
oi Jono mveiey. nine acre 'ot thence N. - o w.
Ktriy-eiKui poiea to aaiu tnveiey. n. w. oornen
th.nee . v 8 w. ta-7 noie. to a .tone) then., a.
....... .mirianii-MTrnuBurrniaspoes
Wf'Vr..!! ' dlSS'
Alitiralttl at aioo. and eannot
ot oesoin lortr-t than
Aiue. Iclln. ol Kl,
swo-inird. 01 tne appraised
i .Sild lot contain, five .cr.'., with a hou.e and other
! laan.
I Imprnvetne it. thereont 1. situated In the Miami
.bottom,! ml'e aouth of Greeuca.tle, anil t mile.
outh-neit of Ilayton, i. rich )!!, amiexcrlletil for
gantenlng'. JHHN SCOTT,
M a.ter Couimlsnloner
of Superior Court oC Montgomery eouotv, Ohio.
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Maatar Commlaelonera Sale.
David A. Warcham, ) Superior Court.
va. No. IB.
Alexander Swnynie, et al.
PURSUANT to an order of (lie Superior
Court of Montgomery County, Ohio, made in the
alovecaa, at Ha February term. Ih&w.and lo medu
reeled, I wl'l otfer at public auction, at thedonrol
I tbecouit Home, In th.oityol Ilayton, In the cnun-
' 01 Muntgomery and .suta ol Ohio, on
Friday, April 29, 18.19,
lietween the hour, of I and o'clock P. M.of .aid
day, the following Real F.tate, to wit: fait No. one
nunuim nwi loriy-iwo I m) on Map K., made by
John H.Ur.vnd, William Price, and Win. t tininn,
Coninii..ioner.aptointed by th.Cotn. Pl.n. Courtof
Hamilton county, flhlo, to make partition of the
proiertv belonging to tbe Find eyhelr. in Montgom
ery county, Ohio. Said lot front, on ths north .id. of
Fir.t .t., Dayton, In .aid Montgomery count v.twentv
IHilea.and running bnck to thj" Lake F.rie and Mad Hie-
" R,il Knad, In d Montgomery emilitv,Oblo,con.
tlnlngttveacre.and one hundred and twenty pole..
Said property 1. to be .old on a Judgment In favor
i or "avid A. Waieham, acalnat Alexander 4uraynte,
let al. The ahava proerty ha. Ik-oii npimdaed at
, teoH,a, and cannot he .old for Ie.. than two-third.
of the appraised value.
Tertneof aate.Caah. . N. F. JORDAN,
Master Coinmiasloaer
or auperlor Courtof Montgomery countv, Ohio,
.ui.2b-duJwT.':"''I,:l'u' A"'y 'r Pi:xlnM-
NOTICE.
Janir. W. Uiwrey, l'lalntiff,
va.
1 State nf Ohio.
( c on,,.'L'',"e.ry
Reuben llageiibuch, Defendant
j court.clillact'n
'T HE suid Defendant ia herebv notilied tliat
the plalutllf aforesaid lia. Itled'hl. petition In
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said Court, asking s judgment against .aid defend
i aut on hi. two promi.ory note, to wit: One for
fiSfisrs.s'.S.s? ''J.'iir.
v wo, wiiu ten percent, iuiere.1 irom.tlay Ifttb, 1867,
lntere.t on .aid balance, from February 17. ian7.
And the .aid Defendant la notified that he I. re-
nulred to appear and answer .aid netltion onm tw..
fore the third Saturday after the isthdav of Mv.
A. D.184S JAMKSW.IOVHEV.
By fln .r.T Kr.axroT, hi. Attornc.
apro-uau sw
A83IONEE 8 SALE.
I'll K underslirned offer for sale the Droneri
A ty lately oeeiiiied ay Thomas, Peter, k. Co., situ-
ate on intra .treet, ea.r oi the canal. Alan the
.team engine, boiler, .haftlng, Danlel'a planer.aa.h,
machine, and one biu saw. Thl. property I. con-
venleally located for bualnec., and I. In eood run-
jnlngorder. We alM offer the leasehold owned by
.aid firm on the corner of Third and rlt. Clair at. .
and lot. numhereil twu, 4534 and 4688, .Ituateon
High .treet. Ifnot.otd at prtral ia before the
Ilh dsy of A.ll, wli:.Vi u t uutlla aio on
'thatdavoa the oremlae.. The terma oraaUrin
i1""-""'"'...!!) the baUno. in one and two yeara,
with lntere.t. Th.deferre.1 payment, to be. ecured!
mhll-dawtt WM. BOMBKRUKR, j
Asntcnees.
IN HAMILTON FOR A FEW OATS
AND
WILL SHORTLY UK IN DAYTON!-
TIIOSK WlIO ARE SICK AND CON-
a- sldered Incurable who are Suffering with pain,
and can find no relief lor body or milid who are
crippled with paralyais, rheumatism, or from any
other eau-e who have been given up by their phl
oian. as iucurable, and beyond the reach of aied'ical
aid, have now an optiortuntty ottered lor a. peedy and
permanent our. Iir. Chainberiin would saj to those
.uttering from pulmonary oon.uniptiou, early and
middle stage., di.er.eof ihe liver, catarrh, paral
y.t., dlabetl., rheumatl.u, neuralgia, palpitation
of the heart, brain di.eaee.7pllo., skiu Jlsea.es,
dealne.., aiaauro.ie. dropsy, .tin 40101., contracted
mu.clea, di.ea.es incident 10 lemales, seminal
weaauc, and nervous and chrouto oon bliitnt.
gi.ei4l)y, thnt hii lmuortnt discovery in the i
i)Uctlou (iml ftttautatlou ot elevtricltv to tna hu.
tnftitorganltn, wia rMtore ttipm to h e-.lt h. It lino
matter ut .xpoilnient, doubt nor unonrtalntf , a. ha
ha. eurvd multitude, aurtterti! fiom th. atiovo dis
ease., even In the most hopeless condition, atterall
other known rewedlea Uad lailad. He makea no
oomiiruait.e with the .toiuatu in way ol medlca-
uona, hut rellea aulely oa tha vlUliiluit and all
oontrolllng pewer electrtolty, whloh eraillcatr.
Irom tne ay.tem every ve.tl(e of dlteaae, and bring.
H Into a ooudltton ol lieallh and vlor. iir. c. I
portantdlwov.ry IndlaBnosliiKilI.easeby eleetrh
eoatact, a. well a. hi. method or amilleattoa.le
ut, c. Im-
eleetrioal
i. i,
iiuwii .w aivuiuai men, anil all oilier., .Keen! the
law who have been In. fruited by him. A. the .Rent
he emuloye I. anlver.al, ao it 1. alike auulieahle in
all dl.eaM. The dleaei ot body anil miud are In
vited to call and wuaaa. the aatunlalilng aure. It 1.
.Heeling, treriuently (n a .Ingle applloatlun. u
st rue l Ion given to those wl.liiug to leara thl. mode
o( practice. ... mhl-lnUaw
IIUDUART'S CINCINNATI
SCALES AND TRUCKS
PLATFORM AND COUNTER SCALES,
the brat article In tha market. Wa ara Ageut.
for the sale of the above articles, st Maniiiauturer't
P'lce., J. LANOIION k BHO ,
"a-t . Wain .treet.
GROCERIES SPRING STOCK
BIMI.I & BHO.r
i II BAD OF TUB BASIN,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR
prtnf atooa, embrMlng In part
loo Mag. riima Klo Cottee,
13 ao - Java and Mouha. '
Klue itock ul all Kind, of iugar. , .
an,0oo uound. extra S. C. Ham..
.o.ouo da do aiioaldere.
ao.ooo do do able..
Iu.iiiki Ibe. extra C Drlnd Beef.
liai bu.h.ciholoe Wkiie Bean.. 1
lio butts aMiort d Virginia Tobacco.
60 ohe.le anil eaddle. aa.ortd Teaa. '
eu iMre no. I uerman aoap.
. at , tla Pure r aiarch.
U4 do Halalatua.
' ' aa do Soda.
,ao aoe tngara.
7. kuiUs llrlmA Paanhaaand AnnlsMi.
A large lot of Flesh White 'ih. titHtfY. Mil
ad,
Bass. l iKial and Maakerel
lot able. rla. t fanili) riour,
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C II I M B R R I. k I N P A H K R R
1
i.rii r..?. r. ill' Kr. r
s
solicitations, hare employed aa
EXPERIENCED CUTTER,
And pnrrSa.pd a compiele alork
Cloth, Dofskins, CflvHlnifrfN and!
v i; ft t i u n i
... .,. .. , ....
Aart are fully preppared lo supply anvwant la the
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT.
And Jmt reoelred a large and splendid stock Tor
SPRING TRADE,
Or HER A110 BOY'S
1 n r i v-vtr In ri ,.r . . .
Ul'jAIJ Jt OlAUtU tii iU 1 111 INCf 1 I
Gents' Famishing Goods,
Whlea are otrercd at
i WH0I.K8ALK AND DETAIL,
Aa Lew nt run b I'ltitliiisrd!
. Puliint Yoke Miirls,
; A Superior t'lltln. Article, found at
! CHAMBKBLAIN and PA UK K ICS,
I nh all Thlld .treet.
"A Stitcll ill TimW'SaVCs" Sine."
' TIIE SIM TLB A
I t-. l-u-.t. " '
NOUCEMEXT THAT
""i"
in every way eo,ual to the
Firs-Class Machines,
AT THE VIV LOW
PRICE OP
i rH-.
. Si!
'
i
,1?wi reputation it tine acquired in ev-
erj piiioe wuere. ii n. oeen introuuced, tins
heretofore rendered it unnece.parv .'with
"nuio'i means we nave naa lor eupply-
ins Ourselvp. with Klneliinea to adv.nllt In
, aDT Krcn' extent,
1
. rriTTtl nna a avrv
Xtiti JJtjBLA.NO
j
. , , ........r . ...
Having nlready EXCEEDED THE Hl'P-
ii-i, ana ueing now rKKr A K KLJ TO;
i MEET ANY I) ..MANf),.nd to FILL ALL
fOJlDKHS PUOMVTl, 1', we feel it our
. autvi 10 tn ciotn ol pcoplo who have been
.icni'cr nil.l.isu nor Ani.n to pay.auoh
HIGH PRICES
A.'"lV0.,,'.?n "ndedby other machines,
1 to use all the means in hia powcr;to let;the
; Public know that they can get na Rood n
Sewing Machine
As there is iu the market, at a reasonable
price. Our Machine was iciven the MOST
KA VOKAULE NOTICE iu the report of the
Kairatthe Franklin Institute at Philadel
phia, and VLA CKD A T TJIK HE A l of
the list in point nf merit, nnd Ime received
THE FJK&T PREMIUM
in.n .v.. o.... . .,...
,n......n, uu luirs oi Illinois
and Wisconsin, and all oTiirtn faibb at
which it has been exhibited. It ie
SI ltlASM:U BV JVONE
' utftu!y simplicity, durability, ruantity
, uul
nd quality of work, nud is, iu a word, tub
,. -
ilKiaChine JQX , th
People.
We denend on QUICK SALES AXD
SMALL PBOFITS, and have therefore
placed it at
I e.
fcUWWt rUJWBfcB PRICE.
I Call and examine before purclinaine elsei
where, at SALKSKOOM,
In Mttlodcois Buildinira,
CINCINNATI. ;
U E DRAJIAN 4. CO.
N. B.- Persons nt a distance can relv
opon having all order promptly filled with
fKarrantitei Machine, and full directions
;foruse,..:.. - ,. ..
t-He.pon.ibla LOCAL AGKNT3 wanteil in all
part, of thi Wet and aouth. nihil
I Dry - Goods!
I FOR THE SPRING TRADE ! !
!'. , :....' .V." .
, CO.i1PI.ErE , ASSORTMENT
Jt'ST OI'F.XF.D AT
Tho New Stone Front Store Room,
; NO. S99 lECOaD tTUET,
lnhW
" ' ' By ANnBKW OltMP.
Wood and Willow Ware,
HUOBB FDRNI9HINO GOODS,
.Midi en' it t hairs, . mr; jnuci,
Um CABS, OIU3, AC.
IMPROVED CARPET SWEEPERS oVc.
Ju.t opened at
No. 299 .Ski'ond Stbukt, ' Snx'oNy Kloor
mh! ANDREW GUMP.
D.W. WINTEltS
NO. 94, MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE THE COURT BOTJBB,
IS NOW ItEi.KIVIXO AND OPENING
a- lila large and varied stock of
New.; Spring Goods,
Hia atogk la entirely complete, containing many
GREAT; BARGAINS I
AND
ALL TUB NOVELTIES of tl.e 8IU80N I
l-CuBtumor will Dutl It to tlitr Atlvnutagc to
look through l.u toult, fur Mt Atnortaisnt U to
Utxe thut ull th.-lr wut uaii b tupplica with en
tire AtinlHOtion. . j uih'J4
Medical Notico.
Dli A. GKIOKU haa aaaociated with him
In th-- praotloeor medicine and aurgery, Dr. i,
t. Stephen., lateot at. John. Hospital, Clnelnnatt.
rruiupi aiieuiiun win ue given so an aan. in tlietr
lirnlsslnn. llffloa. aooth i.iai u,rnr rtf a irih ibi!
Jefiereoa aUaeta. . . aihal
1 'Wanted, Immediately!
A GOOD MAN ean 6m! ateady amploi
ai.ntat WOI.f a N VSiKH'a ra toi,.
snbly liiov uw.ir.iiiA 1
lipuer hrdraulla,
H 8 ' h fig S
P I h w ff .
i
;
NEW GOODS!
rott
Tlio Spring Trade.
AUK NOW ItF.CKlVINtl DV1LV
larre and well aeiiw-ted .lock of Nrir Hitrlnir
(lorr. w.lch, notwithstanding the hem y advaiu'r ol
DRY GOODS,
I wee honahtat nndaually low nr
. us to aell them al our regular to
1 wrr bouunt ( tintisuAMr Iftw pricr-i, which miMf.
i in inm h our rRiiifir tow rntri.
Hnvlnr comiiiettvl ArrtinremMta with nn PXPf-
rlrne(?d htivvt- whrrri In Nfr Vork City, .intl li
c-onalititly In thi mrkri, MUtchfnf for ImrnninB.
which (tlve im many nilvuntflRpg, hy nur rln li m
'h of which we ahfiil be rrcMvtng throughout
the Benton.
Plala aud Fnncy Drt-ss Silks
ltOliES A'LAIZES.
AND
t n o vision jut9:.
IN
Berages, IVIuslins.Clialliea,
AC.
Traveling Dress Goods,
Of all tlfsjcrljitlonn.
EMBROIDBMES,
Cheaper than ever oftered.
WHITE GOODS,
STELLA PHAVVLH!
STELLA. SHAWLS!!
ST ELLA SHAWLS!!!
JnoopSkirtsi iioopSkirts!
Douglas nud Sliprwoo.ra JHiiti-
nf c, Tictoilu, Crown 1 1
Hoom lor 11, 'iO,
' IMlllllOIMl. -
And In fact all popular ekiits fur Ladii s and
ilissee, which we will guarantee to sell '
per cent lower than can be found claewhere.
20 cases Bleached Muslins
AT OUK rttiUl'LAR LOW PURE...
1 Caso 5-4 Tillow Caso Muslin, at 12c,
2(0 doz. Linen Handkcrebiel's, ntflo.
KXldn. ut 12e. worth 20c.
Print 10.'.
Cbftllios.l2Jj. wnrtli tlic.
1 Case 4-4 Cbinta nt 12!c,
!B;.jou's Kid Gloves, 87 l-2c. a.pnir.
; A.handsoe.liner
DIMiSS GOODS
AH ANY IS THE MAHKET, at imimiinlly
I0WPKICE8!
(OUNTRY MERCHANTS
Rupplled at New Vork Price..
N. P. 1)0 U(i LASS & CO,,
South-east cor. nf Muin and Market bt.
inh2S
DAYTON, OHIO.
Handsome styles : :
SPRING CII ALLIES,
For 12 1.2, 16 2-3 and 20 cts. per yard,
AT Tim
New Cash Store
mh39 of JOHN, VAN DORKN h CO.
Rich, Fancy Silks,
Rich, Folard Silks,
Rich Bernges und
G rent: dine Robes;
Rich Printed Bernges,
Rich Organdies,
JUST RECEIVED AT THE NEW
CASH STORE.
nhl JOHN, VAN 1KIRKN and CO.
Great Bargains in
Plain, black silks,
Can be had ty calling nt the
"CASH STORE" of
mhW JOHN. VAN llORKN and CO.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
.. March 28, 1859. :
WK WOI'LD RESI'ECTKUM.V SAV
to our aumeroua Krihsdh and I'athon
tliatwa will, on the above date, C'hakue Or u
Moiib ov Ooinu lltisiNKes, and adopt a utrirtly
CASH SYSTEM!
IRRESPECTIVE OF FriliOH:
And la making the change we will oiler ui.'h
INDUOEXMXTS IN I'KR'KS
that must and will merit a continuation nnd Incrcii-e
wi Liujage.
' Our motto henceforth will be
"Quick Sdes and Small Profits !"
We cordially lnvit. an examination of ourstocli,
JOHN, VAX DOKEN i t'O.,
"'M No.tl.cornrr t:ilnaiid Sdatiwta.
SP KING GOODS
TOR CASH!
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.,
No. aft, Corner Main and Second Streets,
DAYTON, OHIO,
HAVB NOW IX STOKE, AND A HE
dally reorlt lug, a large and dc.liable .lock nl
Seasonable Goods,
AND AS TIIBV ABB aUul'T AllOrTINO THE
. CASH SYSTEM,
arc prepared to otter GRVATKH BAIIGAINS than
aver itertolow. Just received beat slj Ic.
Merrimao, Cocheco and Tacilic
Prints ; French and English
Chintzes, Chullies,
Duculd, &o.
Balzarinea.
By ad ara Poila da Chaveia,
Bleached Mualina,
fc3l!pst Make Kid (ilovoa, at 87 cts -
mbSI JOHN, VAN DORKN fc CO.
NOTICE.
OUR Cmtomer, haviug unitettlril aocouuti wit h
ui. will nit; An A ubawsrve. thut w h..va. ta-.i.
uur unaiutsM
fettrictlr lo Calil
Aud bring deal rout to cIom otir hnnbu ( tti ...nil.
po.t)ie period, would aak tl.e atteiitioo oi lltu7
1HMKI11ATS TTI.EMENr. 7
JOHN, VAN DOKEN
DETROIT RIVER
HAVE made arrangementa J, ,1,e
Dealera In nlr,o f.,, . .' 'anon
(rom li.lrolt Hlvar. It l a i.a.ii,l.2!4''ar
and pure unauipaaaad b, any teeoi5" ifi
tht. r.nloB durlna the eolde.t wlntu,
ae reerlred from thoee who Attli7.u3iu
alth 11, llt..ll niwu. I... A IfaM!!i sa
ion
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