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CTIUadisg lntn Ety Pa Jt
aa Cvef-ncal a-Tellers eh. and
bther
matters' oftntereat'aad Information, eee
Kiret and Fourth Pegee.
Weekly Supplement.
la order to give esir Weekly Sabsoribere
a larger amount of reading matter than we
have been able to do for o ties pael, on
aeeoaot of the pre cf advertising In our
columns, we will Issue with onr Weekly a
8vppUml, ontaininj ioUfestinsJ Madinc,
ani advertisement. Our Subeoribere (halt
u4 longer h.vaoeus lor sompl.lntlo thin
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regard, l be supplement win oe issuea
UT..L1. ill ., a.L i nl Mn f4uni nil
abate.
We will e thankful to oar frlendi ST (bey
will make an effort to extend oar Weekly
eirov. tattoo among their friend and aelh.
bor, ae they will, in thai ereat, euable ue to
etill further impror our paper. Let each
aubeoriber r to eeeure an additaonat one
to our liet, and we
ill pledge ouraelree to
mora than ooapeneale tba i the Imprere
ment and eioelleooe of the i7mpire. In
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proremente and additional labor ooet money,
bat we will epare neither trouble orexpenee,
if our friende will tuatain.ua. Who will
exoel in procuring labecriptione lo
Weekly Empire T V -
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The Slavery Contest Over.
Uoebua 1, Uiadioee, In ma late addreae
hi eonatituent. apeak iUui of tiie , larery
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"Of the intensity or thoe eoiiflict wliioh
eo rapidly ucoeeuad eaob other brk eeven
teen year 1 bar no lime to apeak : it i auf-
oient to aay that tha oombioatieo of ' religt
ioua, moral and political truth., prareed
they were upoo the publio mind, eou Id
fail of uooeee. liaeed upon Ood e attribute
of jnatioe they mut be re pentad. Indeed
the ietory ba been already aehiered." ;
The Enquirer eayi the riotory orcr. tla-
being won the Republican bar bo ex-
for keeping op an inoeeeant dingidong
about that institution. Mr. Oidding oon-
feeeoe that hie arooation ae au agitator
gone.
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A.Tbere wae a great mixing
of ItUck
and Koow-Nothiug aeaaoning in lite dining
room of the Commercial Hotel, at Saratoga,
one evening last week. The Republican
and American met in etuco to noniiuate
candidate for local oSoe against the De
mocracy. Th crowd had joat got around,
tb table where the officer were, and th
Secretary had derated himself to read
ticket, wbaa the floor timber bwieath gar
. ' . whole meeting, num.
' - - i ' terrona, into the eel-
tables, store,
.wvnMaery and glee ware of
houae which, was used on th tablea
iai . was seriously injured, though the ten
. $T'hii) portion of the party suffered . some
I'b&rking, and "great ory sod some wool'
were beard and felt in the cellar for some
time. . The damage called for nearly all
corruption fund, so that the opposition must
bare been short of fund at th election.
tesTTh Republican party, says the Erie
Observer, Ua queer Institution, some of
leader ad rotate I'ree Trade; some of them
are rampant for a protect ire Tariff Some
of them want Cuba; aom of them don't.
or nearly so, roted against the admission
Oregon a few voted in favor thereof 1
Ilenoe it i evident that they bare no set
policy oo, any enbject, not even
"nigger," for member advocate aggressive
measure against Slavery, while their 'meet
politic champion disclaim any intention
interfere with the Intentions of the South.
If this be not 'a house divided aj;ainit
where shall we find one.
Tbi YYbio 1'iBTr. A correspondent
the Kew York Xew say that : The vigor
ou attempt to revive and reorgaoine
Whig party is causing uneasiness in
Republican rank. It i conceded on
aides that the really able men of the opposi
tion are OULline Whig, and that a nation
al organisation- led by iiob,'mn as Rive
end Tyler of Va; Fillmore, Hunt and Gran
ger of A'ew York.; hoate and Ywtbrop
Mass.; Crittenden of Ky.. Bale of Mo.;
E wing of Ohio- would be formidable
deed. Already seven States have take
measure for a rooouatruitiun of this
powerful political . oombination. Are
these movements the kegipning of the
of Kiggerissa and BewardiemT 'Waif
th wagon.'.,
3fc.Aa "Africa .CivUiaotiaa Society"
has been organised o New York, having
its object "the Evangelisation and Civiliza
tion of Africa, and tb desoaadaoU of can
ancestor wherever dispersed. The
otruotion of tha African ilave trad by
tntroditatioa of lawful commerce into
oa ; tlte promotioo of the growth of ootton,
' and other produoU there, whereby the
may become producer as well as
stars of ortiews of eosnmeroe, and,
ally, elevation of tb eooditioa of the color
od Bspulatioei of ourowa souatry and
load." f. J he oonttitalion provide that
aionarie m'.y be sent oat by this Society
"without regard to sect " - proridod
bold the dootrinee usually termed "erangel
loal." 'aa. i i, '."i.! ,.
Poi voAur in Utan. A Salt Lake oorres
poodeot of the Chicago J'ree and Tribune,
who ha bA Uiog up tb. atatistic
Utah Territory, write that three hundred
and eighty-seven men in thi Territory
- each with senea women vad pwarJ,
of the thr hundred sad eighty-seven
having faah over nine teen wuisMn who
ebildrea by them,) eeven hundred and
men bay eaoh dye women who live
them' and bear children by them;
hundred men each use with four
i upward; and, from the last .estimate
... .1.1. I fmirt l..,r,l
have been able to make... fourteen buadreil
men each live with more that) oae
Seven wei hava, motbar and daughter
wives one man living within a thousand
yards of th flag-staff at Camp Floyd,,
the mother of tha other, und both will,
good luok, in a few week, be delivered
hildro by bi. .j.tm i jivTit .
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MsfOblo is by Ctr tlie Heaviest
Bute ia tha Uoioa. Aeoueduog
tb census of there- Were twenty-one
millioo of sheep la tb United Btates,
which four'nlllion wr in Ohio.
the Tariff, of 1857, nearly all wool 1
free to noeomeaodaU the Slaw
mnafeoiurr. Aneeert blow Is
wt Ofcto Mueiry, , .
Pioneer Celebration.
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We eoiV thf following inaaraalia.ieoum
of the V'Kt-t FestirJ rtnfei th Cincinnati
Times of Mi irdar. j; Althai abort, ll will
,! oar oli people ttom Idea of hoe the
I 'Tatrjardha tnjoj M M-unin. ,J
I The Cincinnati Pioneer A tocitlo ole
I breted the leventT'Snt anniversary el the
i settlement of Ohio, et Marietta, last nlg;lit,
"ibf a reanttm at- faith to Nnoa'a Halt,
great number of the old 1'inneem, and their
deeceaJnnU som fire hundred persons
being present.
The Xewport
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TtrsMl Band furnTarieI e-
eellenl ususio for tha occasion, and Henry
Alme prepared a bountiful and aubatantial
repeat. When seared at tha table, a bleu
ink we invoked by He v. Samuel J. Browne,
After the least, the ('resident of the Anno
ciation. Col. Johnston, introduord, Jodrffi
Owan T. Heerea, ol Chilliootho, who made
eoata appropriate remark, and exhibited a
variety nf relics and interesting document,
" Mf Warwood then f.vored the company
j''""'' .V&J , '
' Mr. Andrew Paviason, of .Sycamore town
ihip ,, , few Tern,rkt ni ,xhibited a
..I.J V t. r . I . . .
,.'.. .k.
.7' . u I x. I
til, and which had
ie hundred yra
gun oame4 by hia tain
Irentoo and .Monmou
been in eertice orcr one
He wae followed by (7eo, Itobinaon, of Pitta,
borphj Her, H. J. Krowne, Judfe Hturer,
Willaim J. Plagg V.v., and U. M UUhop,
our newly elected Mayor.
Mr. Warwood then eang "t)ld Adam wae
a (lentleman," whoa Mr, Jeeeie Uerix. an
iold ffenllomao of eoventT'eii enr of ten.
mRde an animated upeech. Adam X. Uidi
A I . li i'..a . r. . 1 1 1 I
alter a vote of thanke to the I'ioneer Wid
own. mr innir ntienusnoo, mm naruoK
. Warwood. toa band .trick uo
y.n,,, Ooodle, and the oompan adjourn,
ed to meet Kin. on tha ?lu of April, 18t0.
Among tha mtarealinx daoumenta exhib
Hed laat night wae en original paper, aiigaed
by Washington, und an autograph .letter
from IJol. Iturr.
The re. union wae interesting one, and
entuYea greatly ly tlioae who may nerer
have the prlvilog or meeting togetbor again
in the land of the living whoee lock are
whita with Mie froetaof many winter, and
whoee forme are bowed by the bunion
many yeara. Cin. Timet.
. Do tbev Kuki "Hatva IShitom T" Kew
a. , . ths, ft f who j
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' ns deceived, thAt Bogging or such like
I barbaritiee had no longer an exiatenoe in the
"code" cf clement Britain, eo for a that
0oj9 related to her "service." We oan oo
tery (deceive that few by the aid of a I'arliamen
eue tary paper just received. From it we gather
(),!, in the lloyal JITavy during 1337; no lee
ijthan 1,067 persona receired 35,810 laeliea
and
the
No
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All
of
-tied
the
to
it
self,' of
the
the
all
of
and
in
a
bnoe
not
end
for
for
from that amiable lion' tail. Thus further
we learn from the samo document:
"la the Are vear ending in 1357, -,S23
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I niwu aau uove w era iiokkuu m lor iiiujvety
hip, and 182.77U lashes were inflicted.
Most of these punishments were indicted
the discretion of eurumrtmling officers, and
the most frequent offense are insubordina
tion, disobedience, negleot of duty and
drunkenness insubordination being truly
described as anything wliich an officer dis
likes, a black look, a sharp reply. contemp
tuous expression or gesture. When suuh
fact fall," eays The London Daily News,
"under our nolice, we are surprised,
that ths fleet docs not get men, but that
men do not desert in a tody as tbey hive
dune and go off to the United .States, or
Uoutli Sea Islands, or anywhere,
'Fr s the brorie can bear Uie billow's foam,'
to escape such a worn-out and insufferably
degrading and disgusting tyranny."
Vefk. serious, if not fatal, blow to
union of Church and State ho been given
in England. Th Xon-eonfortnists, who have
been warring with the Church for many
years past, have had a oouipleto triumph
th Commons, tho bill for the abolition
the Church rate having been passed to
second rending ly tho decisive vote of
aguinst lOSi It seems now inevitable
this bill will bcooino a law, in which onso
established Church wi!l be shorn of its po
litical power. The English public have
tired of paying common tribute to one par
ticular Church.
RtsccK or A MuaOKBBB AND two Pbison-
Ibs vrom Jail On Tuesday night, as
jailor of the Ross County Jail, in (Jhillicothe,
was away in attendance at a wedding, leav
ing only a servant girl to guard the building,
a man wearing a mask succeeded in effect
ing an entranoe, and seizing the young
woman, he pointed a pistol at her breast
demanded the keys of the colls, threatening
to shoot if the did not comply with his
The terrified girl delivered tbem
him, and he forthwith proceeded to liberate
Cadwsllader Wallace, who was awaiting
trial for murder, and two othir culprit,
were oonfined in adjoining .oelle, when
whole party made off, end at our last advi
ce bad not been recaptured.
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A Good Hit at "Doesticks." "It seems
that 'Doesticks' is the author of the report
of ale of slave in Charleston, which
recently in the New York Tribune.
The Kew York 5,'ewi sayei 'If 'Doestick'
suffers himself to get mixed up in the
get business,' many persons wi)l be oonvln-
oed that he and Uamphooi" are one and
same Individual."
Hon. C. L. Vallandigham.
del
the
Afri.
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tive oon
u ether
mis
they
Our talented Representative. Mr. Vallun,
digham, paid our oity a visit a fuw
siooe. .ile looks lioloaud hearty, and
the worse for Ills labor durinz the last
sion of Congress. Mr, VallanuiUam,
a new member of the house, has already
labliihed for himself a high reputation,
peopkof tha third District, we think,
proud of hia as their representative.
not only possesses tha talent wliioh is neoes.
sary, out n I au aoeilent spsnkor, a
givea bun great advantage upon toe Dooroi
tha House. If wa mistake not Mr. Vall
Jibain, before hi term 1 out, will rank
one oi in e urst memuer oi we iioubs, 11
doe not already. Hamilton Telegraph,
A Short-Meter Prayer.
of
live
(thir
teen bear
thirty
with
eleven
women
p.
fur
one
with
of
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wool
growing to
' ( A Rev. Mi; Darwell, a pioqs and eurlou
old Methodist minister, went from Tenqesee
to Kentucky in 1312, to visit bis relative,
tha lion. Win. Bolton. The man was
religious man bat be was a gentleman,
be invited the minister to bave family pray
er every evening. . While be wa visiting
there, Judj;e Cone and hi wife, from
ville, arrived these to pas the ni'ht,
Mr. BoIUn feolins embarrassed, said to
old minister, . as to brought out tha
that bs bad better be short, a the J udge
not aoeustomed to suoh thine,
I Vorv welL verv welJ."sai
taoeusiomea to suon mines,
" Vory welt, very wll,"sai4 ud
jnga aingls versa, bt kleJKdowri and
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"O, Lord, wa are poor and needy
and we know that thou art able to
all onr want,- but f'oasin William
that Judge Con and his ile, from, Assh
ville, are here and are not used to
worship and however .needy wt are;
i no time for telling Thee our want.
Amen.: ' K ' '
tne.Ji(lga was tuxan an abaok and
wa Cousin' Wulism. Tbey both pressed
the old man to eonduut tb erviee in
own way which he did do to tbelr great
inacion..ii -
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wittad Eng
land (truck
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AAt tb oonelusUin of th trial of Jam
Stephen, tn New. York, tor th murder
bi wife, bls iittl girl, lis year old,
toward hiue, and kissisg blni, said: 1 ''Couje,
pal let n go bow, it I all over; tee, pal '
peopl at going," Erery one present
affefted.
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nons
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and
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and
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was
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crea
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ply says
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It KA H . K B T A T E
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: GENEUAIi AGENTS
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Mtte In end hout the ntr of Dejrtna, arfO-
1 . Oflloa with T. J. at. aValtli. Eaq.
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Clmrn't H.llldln. Dtlnl almt.
TikrciTants" 71 r 77
IiiHiirancc
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OP H AKTKOTiD, CONN.
O a p i ta l7 $20 67o 0 0 ,
O IK u u o a. B . . ,
Mark VuwerJ,
S. Woo.lrun, (I'r.a WooitrulTA Beafh I. Co.)
Jamaa Bolter, (Of O.H. Nnrthain A Co )
B. Kvbaru, (Of Kanaf , Roberta Uxlla.)
(lay H. P hoI,f , ( K 'jt. Coaa. Ufa Ina. Co.)
Tiuooihr HhoMuu, (0'intraotor anil BuiMar.)
Jamei P. r oter, l Proat. MerhV Mar, Bank.)
8idnay A. While, (Of Hpancar, White C. '
cl - "' I- Hi!lyar.(Pr..l. (War Oak Bank.)
RliJ th II. Owan, (Of Day, Ovea Co )
,mm. Rlanehard, (Of II. Blancbard Co.) '
Rioliard 1. Hubbard. (8 lata Altnraajr.) .
M M. Memmio, (Of J. 4 M. Jitrntnas )
Willian h Collim, (Of Cullina, llcothari A Co.)
W. II. I. Callaador, (Caihirrnf gmt Vanli.)
HARK IIUWAHU, Prea'l.
K. THOMA.a, I.ORI1KI.I., aat'y,
Apt'ltaatloaa reoetvml bf
I HAS. K. CLARKE, Agent.
Third atreel, Uaylon. Ohio.
Would refer to -
N. . llarat, Kq.,(of Herohelrode.)
I . i .1 l- ' . ,i t !
John Lytle, ,,.,( Pemne, 1-ytle Ac ehaw.)
and other merehruila, who are ecqueinled
allh the
Dusinrsi mrn 01 fianiura.
mliVA
For , Snlej Clie K
A PLEASANT Keeidenoe, corner 4th and
charter atreeta. Uot well Improved, and of
Kool alxa. Home Irama and nearly naw.
Coava-
niHi out-nmiuin;.
AUSO, '
A flae Lot en Id atreat, below Perry, adjoining Ute
raaideuoeol K. Anaun More. Tetmaenny.
CHA. K. CI.ARKF.,
nihil Real Kttata Acant, Cleilil'a MuUdlog.
CITT FROPBRTV. .
rPIIK larire new Ilriok Dwelling House,
X built by Henry Klines, corner St. Clair and Wa
ter streeta. The Houae la very cotnmodlouef fur
ntahedelth the neofea.ry conventnees and appMitn
eee for eomfort, and furnished handeomely in the
modern alyle. Will e aold very low for cea, and
easy payments, on aupltonUon to
mh.23 Real and General Katate Agent, ail al,
ALSO A handsome Residence on Rtb St.,
between Main and Ludlow: atorv Brick, well
furnleheil aa I haudaoincly Imiiroved yiil. fay-
mentaeiier. nin,. n. i lahu,,
nihu Heal Katat Ageat, Clefff'a Balldln;, sdst.
Farms.
94 -t AUHK3 In Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
u x i ner, on the U. a M. K. R., one hundred acre.
Improveil, tha remainder tiaitwr of gooil quality,
dcrp, rich, alluvial aoll.
There are two good Dwelling llouaeaon lhprem
leee. convenient out-houaea, and In Uie wide! of
good settlement.
This farm la olfereil at the low prlee of eisper
acre, IIiik much leaa than Its value. For ile by
CHAS. .. CLAHKK,
Rett Katate Agent, Id atreet.
ALSO 170 acres, 2y mile west of Lau
renceville, Laurence county, HI., good aoll.well
Improved, food timber, a hanilaome, new, conve
nient, well furnished two-atory Iraine dwelltnK
houae, out-housea, liArnanditnhte tuahort,a llrsl
rate larul will be old cheap by
l HAS. E. CLARKK,
mhn Real Catats Agent, Clegre llulldlnK.
FOR SALE.
C(( ACRES of Land in Illinois,on
OvVvvr or near lines of Rait Ronus, eomprl
ing Improved Karm-ami wild lauda.
Totho-o having small farms In this section, that
will sell at a good price, 1 would any sell, and go
where you can get a large tract 01 lanu ai a low
Imce, and where you will have equally good aiar
leta. ALSO, 10,000 Acres well selected Lnnd,
In MUiourl, both th quality and title of which
I will guarantee. For aale or exchange for oth
er property, on the moat dtntrable terms.
A I. SO, A small but ohoioe b'arm in Clark
County, well Improved, will ba okl aheap, and
city property taken In part payment.
ALSO, A tine Lot on Ludlow St., between
Ith and V , 1 18 by 90 ft. alley back.
ALSO, Uarden Lota of li aoree each, on
Iha Hiver Road, near the city. ,
ALSO, A 3 story Brick Business House, on
Jetttarson, between Stl and 4th ate., and a desirable
residence on 6th at., bet. Main and Ludlow.
ALSO, Fine itnpored Property in "Mi imi
city," and ,lIyton View," la tracts of trout I
liscrea. All for sale cllKAr !
CHa.a. 2. CLA.RKB,
feb'll Real Katate Agent, Clegg'. Building.
City
Iroperljr Desirable Uesl
UohccI .
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ctt'ur for stile on reasonable tortnf,
new nuti hnUeom reildencft ou iiX itmst, bu
low Perry.
The Home ife targe and conimotltoui, with nil th
modern Improvements And oouvoi?noe( It ttaely
liKifiteil, nud in a good neigh bor hooit. Will oeitold
cheap, If )itUt!tlua made ioon.
. rt AH. mi t-r nnn,
mtiS Heal Kitate Ageot, Cleg.' Building.
T AND WAKHANTS UOUUUT A SOLI)
-Li at i'inolnnatl quotation!, or located in Iowa,
Kaiitaa. Nebraska, or Mlieourt, by
CHAD. Jv CLARKE,
mh8 ' TiiUutreet.
CHEAP FARM.
1 AA ACUEd, 10 miles from the oityim
1 Uv proved, orchard, uriiuci, fce.
16 aor34 timber, ami a6 arv Uittoitts
, t'1". -.-"- "'"'tt'tt B. CtAHKR,
iuh Heal JCaiat Aceat, l street.
DR. AYEK'S,
Throat and Lung Institute,
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No. 30 West 4th Bt., Cin A O. '
woNDSBPUt, suasss m viia coaa 6?
THROAT DISEASES, CATARRH '
LTJNCr COMPLAINTS,
By Meaqs of Medicated Iuhalutiou-
'l1HK Institute is duily thronged by per
A kiss who have sutrered alike froui various dis
eases, aad the barbarities ol the old auhool oi prac
tice. Ur. Ayer lias no occasion to speak of his emi
nentskill and long exjierienee ia this speciality.
It iaeiiouu to aay he Xa Ui, launde. oi -Medicated
inhalation, "and never fails to cure or greatly bene-
tlt any uase lie unilertakca. He has lliierty to refer
toclergyuien end others of UtuiiiKheet reiiiectsbili
ty and wirth in tills vicinity, a. 10 What ha
don fortheai. '
Dr. Aver. I who. bv tho wav. is a Herman. nt f r.l-
deut of Cincinnati,) Says; U is my tlrw buliei, that
if Uie forty thousand who are detnlned to die
pulmonary dlaeitae ia th Weatovn Statea within
next twelve mouths, be out on a syateii, ol Inhala
tion Judiolouily administered, thirty thousaud
them would'eantalh iosonifort their friends for many
years. H Is also uiy opinion that thousands
hastened to their gravee by so-called "remedies,"
swallowed Into the stornsuh.
The Curative Vapus ta ooovered dlrsotly Into
the air passages ol the lungs whare the dioeaae if
not into the stumach.wherelt ia not.
Tho earliest iiidlostlon of Consumption Is an
ritation of tiS threat and l)roiiul4ak tubiia. uf tl
Uwunii.ll that die annually 01 (.ensuupt oo, there
Is not one ln.t.nce to be produced wherethedlseis.
conuisneod la the lunra. It w quite Iho opposite
The wastius and sVuay o ths Imniaa hudy have
their origin in the trachea, laryux and aisuphagus,
before they descend to the lungs.
Uearia mlud, these groat and now renedles
Nov patent utcdicinea, and can only be obUlued
Dr. Ayer.
Ur. Ayfcreffeetually end permanently sure
nod furuiahea s prompt and reliable curs
this disease, which all can use for theuigelvee.
wherevor they may be. Dr. Ayer's Cough ''Cordial"
is a sure remedy lor tlw worst eoush. Whocaa
so rash, ao prejudiced, so unjust to their lrlends,aiul
negligent of their own live, and cuinturt, a to hesi
tate, when timely apn'ieittton will restore to health
and ward oil uupelets ilUioas and uutluiolydsath.
Call ih season whlls there Is hops.
Where It is lintiosslble for p.r.les to visit snd
under uiy treatineat, the. rosy write as full
history of tuejr uii.eo.pi.saiU o, and I will send
t:presstoanypartoftiie toi(ntiy sich medicines
ss ere desired,
,,. crots necviinr -or- rivt-oott-Aiis,
I will send s wv itton oolnliia irostiectin; any
sehmltted to me, sihI also a paekage of mcdlcino.
inch oases the writer sliould give as full a history
and description oi the aas as possible. Address,
i i I ;W. AYER, M. D
Surgeon sad feyslclait, "Throatand Lung Institute,
tlueiuuaU.j , . i :( Jiull
custom-made" BOOTS I'M
war
Custom Wade Shoes!
At - - - BIT. D AVIS',
79, Jellerauii Street; -.
Ladies' GailtTN, of all Styles.
LADIES AXU GBNT'rJ FI.VE W'OKK.
do . , ,. au ' HKAT do
Every kind of Covering for Ui. Feat
At : . , '. b. x. VAVisr,
ft, JtriTersoa strset.
NBW 0o4 Fi, ta so order sad vsr tew.
rl at I. K. wftBIH-a.
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Firemen's InsuranctV Co.
t.
jOAriXAL, 200,000!
tftXSZ
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KKNRY tlKrHMAN,
w . ...!.. ,,., uidanifi
K. MAKS
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11 v m n i, t ,
IIKNRT HTOI) A R D
trpnw mw raw which t nvrnff-
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atronarat In !! ilntf, Muea FIRK AMI
ItfARINB HiH.lCllH n fvHa loan, anjl at
tetea:
iM Atuntton la r.Allrd to tha IacI that we tame tw-c i
"" Houae PoiW tuMiiUn iii Ion, TMUKcI
trotiMtof mnniinl rvniwittf, and mat-ruily hAp-
. natren-aina to n aa.urro ilia
proirif. .
Oftva rntt fl. of Main ttroet, hot wee u flnta4v
and Third, up italt
in
4. GRAIOHH tD. Prai't.
O. W, tiiniNoa, Sre'y. ani lA-lyd
ww i-amnAnw 7mmvw"
IxJXMXl. kjLLU, CONN,
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11 ,ITV 1 I rf I nell faftriork
WJ -m. mm-i s .J I ...... s
COMPANY Ob" UAUTKOllD.CONX,
Paid Id Capital,
Burplue, ,
Aaaeta, January let, 1859.
$290 OOO
00.231
Ql30S,331
Tbla Company knasonipllrd with the lawa ol the
eral 8titten, In w hluli It la doing huilnaai
tea, In 111. H 11 u dolnl riuilneai. ,
0. C. WAITS, See'y. 0. 1. B0 WEBS, Prea't.
y estern uruncii umcc, tjliicngo, lil.
throurb which all the hnalnpua of tha Toi
of the Company In
nd Xouth-Waatcrn
thr Waatfrn, Norlh-Waitarn
UUUee la traiumctad.
w- '-"V."I'U"Y.' ". I "'?
II. PRICK, ABiltt. (Icntral Axent, ( In Chloairo.
For lnfllrm,',lon . . llMMMla;;mt nf
All'.lra of the Umiiuiv and Polldea of lniumnce.
i iltj.llMt l(.tenM.ft nt Him
anply lo
1 n m wtb m. nunn
Agenli for Dayton and. vicinity..;
KhS-tJyl.'M
D. & F. D. SIIULL, V.
UNDER THE PHILLIPS HOUSE,
HAVK NOW IN 8TOKR A LAItClK
and dealrahle atock of Goods, to which they
Invite attention of buyer. ,
luhJO B. a r. B. SHULL.
ciOARa"iTNbioBXccor
75 000 ,Mpol,TED nd Iom,'!,t,o c"
20 boxes and oaddie Tobacco,
10 gross Anderson iSolace,
10 " llronson's Fine Cut,
2 keg Fine Cut, for Hehiilini;.
h ' f). ami F. B. SHOI.I,
WIRES AND LIQUORS.
Ifl UASKETSCIiatnpugne,
10 dox. Sparkling Caiawtio,
10 cases Bermuda .lulip,
2 cniiks l'ort Wine,
2 " Sherry do,
2 " Madeira do,
2 " Claret do,
,ri dozen ltlsckbcrry Hrandy,.
.r " Cherry do, ", . , , ,
ri " Lavender do,
S " (linger do,
ft " Aromatic Schnnpps,
ft " (linger Wine.
10 hble. Old Rye t Bourbon Wh!nky,
5 " . Old Ilennessoy and Otnrd
israndv,
The aliovc fdouors aro warranted good, or no
asle.
and eaamlne for themselves.
y... ur.,.n an reiuiru to can
For
Pacltag Gallon or Bottle,
nihio 1),
only ny the
and F.
B. SHUi.L
ODD FELLOWS' FAIR!
I Dayton Lodge No. 273, 1. 0- 0. F.
Will bald a Fair fkr the benefit aft he'
THE LODGE,
AT ECKEi78 IIALT,
COMMENCING ON .
Jio.i-ii.4t; 2itn avail,,
AND WILL CONTINUE 3IX NIGHTS, i
CELEBRATION
'' or TBS ' ' ' ' 1
40th Anniversary
Of THK INSTITUTION or
I. O. O. P ;
IN THE UNITED STATES, ON j 1
APRIL 26, 1859.
$1000 Worth of Goods
WILL HE , HOLD FOR TUE ! '
Dayton Lodge, No. 273, 1. o! 0. F.
DAYTON, OHIO.
1 Fine Uold, Hunting Eng. Lever Watch, $126 00
1 Fine, full Jeweled, 18 carat LtverWaUb, 75 00
I One tun (jeweled lo caret gold aced L. uo, &0 4)0
I Large gold, bunting ease Lever Wateh. 60 00
1 Silver. IluDt.ng cve U up lex Watch. ,
l Oil t .t t . . mmr . a 1
40 410
i ouver, uuniiDg jaea uarer n au'O,
1 Silver hunting csie Lever Watch.
25 oo
2A oo
25 CO
IS
id 05
1 uiamond ttmir,
8,
2 Bat ta enamelled Cuf
nger Rinir.
2 Bet a enamelled Cuff Pins, at S4 .
8 no
I Fins, heavy ladies' gold Cha.tll.in. Chain, 30 00
Set Cameo Studs snd eloeve Uuitoni', : 8 00
Hesvy, inliii Soup Ladle, 20 100
X Bel silver Tuhl. Kniven, st $12, ''
I Kancy silver Tea Bet,
I Fancy silver changeable Castor,
I Fanry silver Cuke Uafket,
One month Clock,
1 Eight day Leysr Oloek, gilt frame,
1 Freneh Comic Clock, No. 1,
I French fancy CI ck, No. 1,
I French fancy Clock, No. .1,
1 1'r.nch f.noy Cluck, No. 4, ,
2 Lsrgs g ild bracelets,
I Pulr lare, line pointed Braculols,
I Puir large fine Coral Crarelets,
I Pair Hair llrsoelets,
I Coral, double evil Bracelet,
I U"ld aieckUje, with, ggd crape, , .
I ttold Lava set, P i
I Kin all gold sot, .
I tiold Lavs set, white,
1 Cameuset,
1 Fins sll gold set,
4 set flviter Forks, at $4,
A Spoouhsndls Batter Knires, at f I, '
1 Fins gold mlnisjturs Uresjtpla,
1 Fins sll gold BtLmlpui,
2 Coral Dreastpiua, al $5,
4 Csineo Breuntpins, st $5.' '
24 110
60 DO
60 (IU
13 HQ
IS III)
vtf
II) O0
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6 DO
4 00
40 oe
12 00
15 00
00
i oo
16 uO
0 00
8 0
IA Ait
1 U "
l I. 0. 0. f. Brsastpins, at 1
i i o O U., Ia a i.i
1 1 -l ,V- T,"" "7? a.,,, rr?T
i s Ustter U s, solid jjuld, at f 1, ,
split .
NEW, GOODS. ,
BEAUTIFUL, RICH & CHASTE)
i i I i i ' .! V (I1
TUST received a frenh ioro!c of th Wteai
v ntl uewe( !)! OI J r.Wr, I, R . of VtTV (Jl
oriptloa, utbl ft Ut tprlDir trmit. mi '
, ..i'SHUKWOOD'H"
inhM i '' li t'" Tk ... . a
Time, Time, Timei
mils Ha. r.,u.i.JT7, . ,.i.
I T. V- i f A , an ,7 T
nd Silver Wtcheet with UUPLrX
HKTACHfcD LKVKR. and Swi.. 'veo,e.t. fV.,n
the nvst cel.U.ua makers, nt . . -, . .
'SHRRWOO Dig."
rahw
Sill Third .Ireet.
Silver Ware,"
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Plate d If ar e
AN tntire Dew and complete assortment
evwy artisl Miiuhle (or Ihe Tahia, st '
"SHKK'AOUO'."
3i Till ill street.
PROPOSALS
lou tana of years, oi ueriiatual,
rs, or neruetual. or to sell.
A lile
room and si:
laforssatti
iod liaut will be required.
toa saa be bad touonlni
ust
ta nsnerof
mhte-iltr ' 1 ' Chalruaa of Coin,
,Mirasl snd Oaistl ousts tvyr )
. 10 OO
' 15
10 l
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13 00
ia o
, 10 00
' 20 00
' S3 00
JUS!
38U3
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, enntiot iMtii rur it-wt thiol two-lljlnl. ol tne an
Iha pralxNl valor thrreol.
i Tnrma of.ala o.jh. To be aold al the toll of Jona
l"""M' tti.n Hanbnitn. ualnit William llami and
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dotro( fc e ! H .i. ! lh i. itT
At th rli
tn. tll t imM out TV t the firhrtr Mrt1('
thf f(.llnWlnlV-erMel Hal ra.T IIUt- In tl
lty tC lotytoa, mmt of Mnnlffomnry, nd Htr "f
lohlrt. to win Thirtv-fwo trt tnwl.lthoft Ih Vr-.l-
,tl(f tli hlf of ln-lot nuntir nlniy-one?
on Ilia plat of the tlty (if Hayton.
. "Me.rt ha k..v..w at ,. -a
- , w k, .MMUrarl, .-mw
Mn.trr ( oinmlinloucr
of the euiwrlor t'oiitl of Montnomery aount
fiitnri And Rtnoffrj, Atf for r'Uintiil
.
Mft.ir CAmffl.idfltilr'l Bala
1 , FraarHt At 4.IO)-,
t va. . .
sirtMofTVflrr,
j o.JI.
AiUm Knhte nnil flarah ITiinlc
iMIrWl'A NT ro' an order nf h fliperior
L wofMoatomrrmtr,Ohia,l.Uithe
lMvoia, al Iti (liruiry term, lttf0, anO to mdl-'
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wimi, i wiiimifrH fmiota aumtnn M mi utior
the (urt Ni-iiw, n than ty el kay oa,la Umooub.
,y , ' JHuutgomrt)' l!il Htntc Of Oliln, OU
r riiiHV i m i n i .-m ' ..
batwrea Hie ImVa of I imt Calm P. M. f aaid
i'l filler r www .wiiviari
tn'IWIUNT to an order of fciiprlnr'
1 court nf M!vehr"ei-'' Him, to a h
jilny, thr fnllowlna lanila aiul trurmrnta: tltuate
Iheeonnlv f Mnt0omrv, and hnowa and ilrarrlbed
aa lot No. thii-aU)
) iff a
amtloa alxlaeolMI la taa alat
'or trie town ot
w.t llltl, In aaid orniii-
I ty of MnfiMaonvra, n. inn ineaaiae paemlaaa In I. i!
eonvayed ti tha exocut'M- of navld Hawthorne and
KnM nruwru I. tu to eM ea e iiMhrment m favor
nfrru, n A Uoyil, va. AiUm Kuiiti anil Nnrah
'JL0i .aTiiai.. ', " -h, 'I 3!3a"nJ
I value.
l Maater MnimlalonfT
'of anoerlor Oonrf df Montaonerr mmt, (mio,
J.ii.ai)eaaJ JoaaoaBAn'ra-flH t"UliiUfr. .
mh'.'s-iirtwlt
, i. i '0. 1J32. (. -( sw.,1,
Super! . r Court of Montf ornery Count,
, UUIO. ...
' MA8TKS COMSflSSIOKEH's SALE
Herbert 9. William, a' Wyrreo , Warttet
and other. 1
. . . .. i ... t,at.
Saturday, April, 30, 1859,
between tha hoanof sae)4 oalneir s.w.vksfollow
In landa and tenemental attuate m thseouaryof
Montgomery, and State of Ohio, In Ihe eolith-east
Quarter of aecllos nnmbar five, town On, mnge six,
eaHt.ac., and deacrlbeil m follows: Beglnnlngon th
aoutn line of nald aeetlon, at the aouth-weet corner
of John Hlvalay'a nine ecra loti tlieuoe N.4tt W.i
forty-elht nolea to sMd Hlvelei's N. W. corner)
thsnoea. SSV W. patMla aatnnet rhoae S.
i o K.forty-aeven and eighty-five hitodreii the )io!as
to the Miuth line or aald eocrlolf; thence W. 8e K.
l-7 ioles to the place of beginning
twv-Uilrde ol Uie aiipralaed alus. .
appimienu ai vivut neai enaet oe aora rop wna mas
Tarim pi aale,
Sld lot eontslns re tent, with a houa aad other
ltniiroeine its thereon; la situated In the Mlnml
bottom, I mil eauth of Geeeaaaattei and S miles
south-west of Payton. is rich, soil, anileaoelleut lor
gardening. JOHN SCOTT,
Master Coataalaa&oaer
of Superior Court of Montgomery county, Ohio.
IIoi.tin M flal.vii.t.r, Art'ys.for PI'IT. .
ninva-uawia . , , i ,
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master wommissioosi nils, i
David A. Woreham,'i . I Raperior Court,
vs. ......... ! No. 1101.!
Alexander Hwnynie, ei. al. j ! i
IJURSUANT to an order of the Superior
. Court of Montgomery CnilntV, Ohio, made In the
above case, at Its February term. lMa,aad le msdl-
reeled, 1 wdi oiler at iiuhliu auction, at the door ol
the coutt House, in rhecity of Dayton, m th coun-
ly of Muntgoiiieryauisuiaal Ohio, on a,
Fridav. Anril 29..1S5U.1 i ,..
I between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock P.. M. of said
day, the following Heal Eitate, to wit: Lot No. one
hundred and forty-two (U'i) on Map K., mail by
I Ink. II 1-1. .nil William u.,.a aM Mf ... 1 ' .n n
(.ommuaioncraappointcHi ny me t-ora. riens court ol
Hamilton county, Ohio, to make partition of th
sroierty belonging to the Find ey helrsln Moatgom-.
ery county, Ohio. Sld lot front, on the north aide or
SieS.
erRall Road, in u d Me-atgo-iiery eonntr, OMo.con-
talnlng hveaores and one huwlred and twenty poles.,
said property la to be aold on a judgment In favor
Of Uavld K. Waehani,agalBet Aleaamlea (wayala,
et. al. The alieve property haa been nnpralaed at
luo.i,25, and cannot be sold for lean than two-thtrde
ot the apprainea valuer , -n v,,; 1 1
Termiof Sale, Ctteh. , N. fc. JORDAN, r
1 Ptaaeer fjontttitMioner
of Superior Court of Montgomery County. plii.
M. Q Buttkhkielu, Atry for PlalntiitT : -mhib-dawte
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. ;i. HOTICH,
Jamea W. Lowrey. IMalntHT.
J State ol, Ohio,
VI. T UnntvAiiilrv
Reuben IfagenUuih.- Defendant, f County Superior
1 .t . . .. J curijctviiaflx'n
T" ITR said Dofcndant m horebv notiHod tbtU
X the ptaintifT aforeeatd hai filed hlg tet(tioa in
aid Court, aaklaga jdgaieDwraanBt aaid defend
ant on hia two promisory notes, to wit: One for
166, with ten per eent.lntereet from May rMh, 1861,
, and a bnlaDoa of S126on another, with tik pe: cant.
' IntftrOalt Ml amlrl ha I Sin.. fmm s7Ai.paii.fir f?
aau ine iaiu teienaan u nonnw iamt ner la
It
lav.
quired to appear and aniwer eaid oetltion on or
fore the third Saturday after the 19th day of May,
A. D. 1669. . JAMBA W. LOW REV.
it
Py Oilbeut KMiv. nil Altornirv...
. ASSIGNEE 8 BALE, , , , 1
THE underained otter for Bale the propflr
ty lately occupied by Thomas, Peters & Co., itu
(ateon Third street, east of tha Caual., AIo the
sieameugine, noner, snaiuog, urniai uianertsaia,
machine, and one buzi taw. This property Is con
veniently ioeated for buiiaeaa aaxi i to goo4 tun
ningorutir. we aiso oner me lensenom owneti oy
anlu lira on tha corner of Third a&ft RK Olalr sta.
niiu iu iiuuieeH. vwt. Mill w, Bllluueon
lllKh atroet. If ootsolil at private aalelielure th
Igh street. If not sold at private sale hefore the
Mth day ot April, wawlllalfee.lt t auMls sal on
oi April, we wiuotre
thatdayon tke preniiiei. The terwa ol salewlll
he one-t
niraaaan; me naianee in one ami iwoyears.
with lnteresi . To deferred paymoti4o beaeoured,
JOHN 11. ACHKY, i .
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mhll-dawtt WM. BOMBKROKIt,
lit HAMILTON FOR A FEW DATB
...mU BUQRTIiYJBB..JJI..l)AVrroS.v
T'UOSR WHO ARE SlCjt'AVd COXT
1 A slderrd Incurable who are aflVrlng with pain,
and can And o relief lor, body or saind who aro
crippled with pamiyal, rlieuinatl.m. or from any
othercnrie-vho hare bean slven nuhv rheirnhv.i-
1 nLu... Ini.liral.ld an, I lui.nn,! .I.a .,i...l
I aid, have no wun opportunity ottered for .speedy uid
pemsnenit our Iir. ChamberilnwouMsaySoteHwo
sulterlag Iron pulmonary noniiiuiptio, early and
middle stages; dlserse of illO-lter, catarrh, paral
ysis, d la belts,, rbeumatlam, neuraiglo, palulution
ui me neari, orain Ulleases, piles, sklu diseaM.,
dealness, smaurosts, dropsv, stiff joints, contrastes
muaoiea
weaanei
ilissassa InclUcnt to (omalef, teeunai
weaaness, nnd nervous and ohrpnie coalibdnts
saaarauy, tnat ass imnortisns osscoorv In h mm
plication and adaptat
ton ol electricity to the hit-
manorsaiilam. rl
til
rrs?re thrm tcheslth.' It !tw
matter of eajierlment, dnuht nor uncertulnty, as h
haaeuseU aiullltudassutlkrlnif fiesa thaboee dla-
1 eanes, sveu is tneuuat hopeless oouuitlpii, sfratt'
I oiiiui .uuwu i.iu.mvi uiu. lAiieu. ne lunKes oo.
MMfABlM With IhJlMUlll w .1
lions, hut relies solely on the vltaluisg anU au
contrulllnr pewer elMtrlelty, which rSlioatea
fron Ui. system every vMtlseof tlsaayaaabrlflKS
It Into a condition ofhealth .nil vigor, fir. C.'s la.
Mrtalitliiieove.yliiaia;uualasillseaskylactnui'
oontaot. aa weU aahla metiiodol .imlictlnu.lM nu
ll now n to meilloal men, ami all others, except the
few who have baea Inatru jUia by htm. As thaaaent
he employs 1. universal, so it Is alike appUcaula to
all disease
vlteil tQ call and witness Ui aatcailthtn cures It i
effecting-, freuueutlv In s sinsle auullc.tlon. In
i ne uiie.aeu ui oouy sna mina are
struction given to those H isklus ta learn this moila,,
Dluracllfia. mhuiwiiaw
- HUDDART'SCINCINNATI
SO ALUS AND XRtJOKl3
Jit'"
! pLATWmMAXD COnNTER SCALED,
' vimoirt9t9 ti.tt,ncv.
' W are Asenwjl
1 WrlZV T itZW.lZ?" .V'
ui Bis.s .Mm mLiLt Z i Mai, etraat.
GROCERiESPillNG STOCK
BIMM
HEAD OF
&' DRO
TUB
SBiKBsrs, i
Jll.OuO
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lei i.f I
.u,wm. au. ..ii. . urim lirai.
ii-j Dti.n. choice wniTe Beans,
.nt. as belts 4 virsi.i. Tohaaca. II "T f
60 che.tsanauailillea assortetl less. ,
! SA boxes No. r tierman snrtp, r . .'ni.,i!
, I 6.. lie. fare t'urli Starua. . il ,,t ,.,
Uo Salsralus.
-., a ( 4,, o., i.i.i ui -m.VI :i.l I,.
ttJtaaCtaar.. i- .... ,(,,,
7 sscks Dried Peaches snd Avpl.s.
A lsre lot of Fresh w hit risk, rllssst, Shsd,
Baas, Codfish sod Muksrsl.
IV bills. No. rsMilly Fiou,,
PI R81TANT W dn order rtf the Superiorl'TlIE
W of Monraotner -ronntv, J)hlo, to tnj dl-
nwuid. I will sell at publM anoMooa the door of the
Co. lit Hotuv, ta the city of Dayton, In saldcouatyt
or MMtswsMry, - -
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.- II lie Java and Mod,,, " '
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SIMPLE A N NOUCRM RNT THAt
1 wa hv a Machine la every way eo..ial lotbi
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. Virtv. loca , l Qnliinoo
i.JS. ML-, m .i.hvj J, i ? ij.li gri n t
jag?aA h-M ft i
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Naw Ar? 7 jemsmt.
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i PARKER.
1 .eiai
!Tf(tv$EiitRtt.r.7fa RKrF.ATKD
4 aollcllatlona, hare employed aa
EXPERIENCED CUTTER,
A oil purchutd coinplot tork
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CIoUiHofsklns. jTBSHimfres nd
Aid are rally prrppareO to inpply any went la Uie
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Til I 1-ArtelTOlrf Tr.P A tlVlurfsfl"
And Juat reeetvM a large and aiikttil tmek for
flPIUNO TRADE,
X
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n a xw . a t-t . rtr fmiri'ri I I
I ,l..l i ,t.ui Ut- --j -.,T (V
4 . iA ow it:4 . I'll lr-V 1 ' i ' f
1 Whrok era omiretl at
h I'lUlll t' m
a r ' WHOLES A I.B
ANI RETAIL, '
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A Low !' Pttrchaaeel:
A Sonarlor Pllllmr Article, found at
l i i . i cHAMK.LAfN ami rAftSKK'N.
114 Third atreet.
"A, :8iitrh; in Time HllVCS Nine."
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AT THD VI3V -LOW PB1CB OP
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AIJ3Q; tb tpntalb it has oequind in ev
er; plao where at has bees introduced, has
ioretcfore .rendered it anneeess&ry (with
the limitecl means we nave had lor supply
ing ourselves with Machines,) to advertise to
anv great extent, '
. THE DEMAND
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Having- nireadv: EXCEEDED THE SUP
PLY, and Wing how PREPARED TO
MEET ANY D.M AND.and to FILL A LI.
OHDElt?) PROMPTLY, we Teel It our
duty, to the chuts of people who have been
neither tiuiys, not abi.h to pay auoK
HIGH PRICES
,1, w,
4 a have been dnmnnrlarl hv nthne maeliinea
As nave oeen ueraanoea Dy oilier machines,
to nan all the means' in bis power.to let'the
Public know that ther enh get As cood a
i- - c i -,ait . . .
1 . . Cnmini MnV.(i
Uo Willed AlArxlilllLlK
W i. ,
A there iin the market ki i nuMnilil.
. l"e" ' ? mnraet, as a reoeonabie
Pce. Our Machine was given the MOHT
FAVORABLE NOTICE in th report of the
' "the Jnklin Institute at hiladel-
phlO, and PLACED AT THK HKAI) of
(he JiaL in Doint of merit and his reneiveit
' " ru'" v1' "r") "" na roetvea
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' " TrTK rtTRT PP T? f ITT tf
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,. Overall others, at the State Fairs of Illinoi
and Wisnonsin, and all othkr fairs at
which it ha been exhibited. It is
'"" '' Wkpaskedbvone
In branty, implioirr durability, quantitj
and cjuality of work, aqd ia, in word, ma
Machine, f 95 ' the people.
' lvri"$U- on"Qtjd'IC "'sAtiSs' Ind
SMALL THOPITS, and have therefore
placed it at " - - (
H' n(tM(tj0 "A li - ;.i, :i .Ml J
TUB LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.
t S.. I I KIN LAM JjI 11 I ... I it, a,.. .
il Call anil xamine befor purchasing else.
where,; a,t.8ALJ2aiiOOAJ,,, M,.,.5v ,,.
' T"in nielodron BalTdiiiKN," d
;w; e BB1MAN& C0.
ersooi at ft dint a no a can re!v
upofi liavinit till order bromntlv filled with
r Warranted Machines, und full directions
t t-aiesionslUleJ. LOCAL AGENTS wanted In l
yaiiaui uie wesiana aoutn.
SSsI iL I
&h3l
t)ru Goods!
FOR THE SPRING TRADE ! !
it Vlirt.-V'f I'll Hit.-ia r.t.ft.H. t .. i.-fj
ui $r,:t mtr ' -f"..'i if' ;...'' -! .
CO.TIPtETE , ASSORTMENT
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" ,t'w'"' IDS OPKHRtr At " '' 1
i' l.-'i.'".IiHjii ilitt m.i tuUrl ia t. a:l,
Tb.e Jim,, Stone,, Front, 8 tore Room,
i ! V"iro.899 ttcotoiTtxei;1"'1'''''
h , . ;ii-U uj. i : i . . . t; ' '
nhM . , By ANPRKW OPMP.
Wood d.Willow. Wajre,
" ; Htfoatt rKNiSHiNO odoDai'
CAtifrrnV airr, t .' -.fanctf jpvikeU,
LOW CABS, aQH, &X. .
IMPHOVBO OARPJBTBWBBPEHBfto.
t.lfc.ll tAi lJtiet.MBJi !!!. ... -nil
No, 69 ' aonr 'fliiRKtri', 6Booin Ktooa
lhW,W .iW.nna l.HI 'AT(r)lll!W'OUMf. ,
aiyrS WINTERS :
i. lilt-.JJ l)t(5 '! -(TUlMl UJ 'liV t-fil'-j' Kr -3
NO.n94,i MA IN' STREET,
.OfPbSlTB tHB COURT HQU8B, .'
is now ee:;kivi'no and openikq
I his larjj ana varied stock of .
New'Spring'i Cooclsr
Vlilil i .aatifii Tut---- 14 m.l w..s.,; ,
lls. atocX ejrtlrolT somuUte, soatalMn nanw
PuGREsW'lUBllAlNS
I 'lit, U.alJ ItH.-Hi'.'l . 4J1D.fi j.H.j-.i-.M ,
Alli THE KOVEI.T1ES of the SEASON 1
i.i . 1 : . 1' : i It i. . i il .1 .i ,1.,,. 1 ,ii 4
ft Customers will Hud It to their advantage to
looa throUKn ills stuck, ror tils nssortnient Is so
lance that all their wauta can ha supplied with eo
Ues BatisSsotloaui . t .l . -i. .' ntm
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Medical' Notlee:
TiU."i. KlEIQERtas' associated witU him
'I' J In th -'jiraotloeor medicine and sureery: llr. i.
In atephus, lit. of St, Jobss Hosittal, Claelaastt.
Fruuiit attention will be slven to all calls In their
profession, otllce, south east eorasr of fifth and
Jeirersoa streets. ... ,
a t-' I. -J- I 'll ' Ir ,-- -1
Willi
I f. us - : WMMteel, J m Ml talWirl .
, A GOOD MAN ta Ind Uedr .ssplo,.
! A men, WO,.. t V?K rj-
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NEWGOODS!
ro
ThCf Gpring Trade.
tri 'ARK VOW KEf'KlVlS'd DAILY
V V larm anil wi-ll a-l.i-l.l atock of N- SpHnit
Uonda waih,aolwlihaiaadlnf llw heavy aiivaiuni
DRY GOODS,
werrnrtorht at na.iinailr low nrlcaa. which anal.lea
i.oa to u lhm at onr rreutar low rat.
Having comjilftpd nrraitanncii'a with
rlan1 Iniyer whorralilm In New York I'
an expe-
'itv. anil la
ennausitly in the market, watching for bargains,
which given us many advantages, by our it.!l piir
chaaes, of which we shall be receiving throughout
the seaaoD.
Pjaia and Fancy Drrmi Silks
ROBES A'LAIZES,
1:
Borages, Muslins.Challies,
Traveling Dress Goods,
' Of sll descriptions.
EMBROIDE'IES,
y Cheaper than ever oftpreil.
WllITE GOODS,
STEI.tA S1IAWI.H!
j ' STELLA SHAWLS!!
, STKLLA S1IAWIJ-!!!
Coop Skirts! Hoop Skirts!
nouKla"" and Sherwood's Uliul
, Victoria, Crown 11
Hoopti ior lal.'SO,
ninmond,
And la fart all popular skirts for Ladies nnd
Misses, which we will guarnntee to spII 2'i
per ocnt. lower than can be lotind elnownere.
20 bases Bleached Muslins
AT OTR RFOt'LAR LOW ITillEs.
1 Case 5-4 Pillow Caso Mualin, at 2.Je.
200 don. Linen Handkerchiefs, nt HJo.
1(X) do. at 12o. worth 20c.
Prints 1 IV.
' ! ; ('dallies 12Jj. worth 2"o.
1 Caso 4-4 f'hintz at I2jc,
Uajou's Kid Qloves, 87 l-2c. a ;iir.
Ashandsomeallneof
DRESS GOODS
AS ANY IN TIIE MARKET, at unusually
'liJ ''' t Of PRICES!
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Supplied at New York TricoH.
N. P. DOUGLASS k CO,
South-east cor. of Main and Market els.
n'hra DAYTON, OHIO.
Handsome stfIcs f :
SPUING CllALTJES,
For 12 1-2. 16 2-3 and 20 eta. per yard.
f - At THE
New Cash Store
mh29 i
t of JOHN, VAN DO REN tt CO.
Rich, Fancy Silks,
Rich, Folard Silks,
Rich Berages nnd
Grenadine Robes; :
Rich Printed Berages,
Rich Organdies,
RECEIVED AT THE NEW
CASII STORE.
JOHN, VAN DOREN snd CO.
jrjaT
Great Bargains in
,; Plain, black silks,
Can be had by calling nt (lie
"CASH STORE" of
mha JOHNLVAN HOREN sml CO.
: ' SPECIAL NOTICE !
March 28, 1859..
WE WOULD UESPECTFIJLI.Y SAV
to our numerous Kbirnds and Pa ikonh
that wa will, on th above dato, Chanhk Oi k
Mode or Doino Husinkss, and adopt a strirtlv
CASH SYSTEM!
IRKESrECTIVt OF PEItSOsS!
... And la making the tUaiure we wUI olfrr audi
" INDUCENMNT8 IN I'KICKS
Uiat must and will merit a oootlnu.vtlou andiacrt-aie
Of pstronstfo.
Our motto henceforth will b
"Quick S:des and Small Profits !"
We cordially Invite an examination ot our stock.
: , john, van dokijn a oo.,
mha ' , No., corner Naln and 2d streets.
SPRING GOODS
TOR CASH! .
JOHN, VAN DOREN & CO.,
JVo. 5fl,' Corner Main and Second Streets,
DAYTOW, OHIO,
TTAVK NOW IN BTOKE, AND A UE
a41y receiving, a Urge and desirable stock of
.-: Seasonable Goods,
IHHK ASH ABOUT A
D0FTING THK
CASII
8VSTEITI,
srepreiisred to offer GRRATER Bit KG AIN9 Ihsn
ever herteiore. Just received best styles
Merrimao, Cochcco and Pacific
Print;1 French and English
auUvOhintzes, Challies,
',. Duculs, &c.
Balaarine.
V Byadar PoiU d CUevere,
. "v;" ' BleaoUed Muslins,
as9Best Make Kid (j loves, ol 871 cts.-
mh! JOHN, VAN DORKN It CI).
j "notice.
OUR Customers, having unsettled accounts v, llli
us, will iilease observe, that we ha e reduced
OfU uilsiaeH .
wtrlctly lo Ca.lt!
And helng desirous to close our hooks al the earlli at
pwelhle iieriod, would aak the atteullon ol sll to an
IMMEDIAlE KLrTl.tSir.NT.
Mareh 's, Wo.HN'AN ""tKX t (;.
DETROIT RlVEfi ICE.
lil MM & J ilto.
H1!' """"Kements with l00
, Dealers In Detroit for . supply f t "
f-om Uslrolt HUer. It 1. . besull ul , l.'i.L. ' "
J d uru0.ur. h, any ie. ,V iro7., l"
I S,0."'-" order. win
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