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ORITGB H. ESPIOII,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in
FURNITURE, CHAIRS AND MATTRASSIIS!
ALL OF HIS OWN MANUFACTURE,
1 WISH IT DISTINCTLY UNDERSTOOD THAT I SELL NOTHING HUT
I good, substantial work, of th Latest F.tern Style, .and All. V A II II i M Sf .
I set turning t.y attention etpeclally to 'l N K Wills li, for hoin lisihv, ami mil aril ( III ATK
M V p'ACII.ITIIcs for Al.uiifat.liirlna- ATA eaual
ainiin urin.
I have already A fcll An CoxrLKTC Srota, to
Rose Wood, Mahorany and Oak.
I enraiaiir invll All
to II end to at. I take
buy or not.
COUNTRY DEALERS, TAKE NOTICE 1
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eil tinTitr TOtt with a arrTKa article nf Medium
oil fa Cincinnati. I am now maniilar-tort ng evcrv deicrlptlon of PLAIN MoHK.iu.h ai Biiltteau
Wlodeor aad Can Seat Chairs, Boreaui, Tahlri, stands, ac, fee. , for ths A nolrsalc Tretle.
I'lenae .lve me n ('nil I
WARS ROOMS OH MAIN ST., NORTH Or SECOND, BAST SIDB, NO. 50
Factory a WyaaAott street, nar Fifth, Dayton. Ohio.
Jell-lydaw oranof. r. rsrien.
to Cincinnati. an.1 ti..l nf n .I...I1. a.l.l.ll.fc-
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oeleetfrom tlrst-elsis. Medium unit Common. la
pleasure In showing aty tori, whether pettr n
and Common Fnrhltur. ami at r hi . a. mi .
NEW GOODS!
Tho Spring Trade.
WK AKK NOW RECEIVING DAILY
large And well eetected stork of New Spring
Goods which, notwithstanding toe heavy advance ol
DRY GOODS,
were bought At uniisuAliy low priori, which ennt'lee
tie to tfll IN em ftt our rrminr low
r rat.
Having completed ArrAngemente with fen exte-
rkenoed huver whoreetdce In NfW York I'ltv. And
froastkntljr In th inArkrt, wntrhlns; for trffttns,
whit dlv ut many wtyotirMi, by our (Utl pur
tMH, ur which wi ihall b receiving throughout
the aeAMa,
PUls and Fancy Dresx Silks1
ROBES A'LAIZES,
l!f
Barages, Muslins,Ohallies,
ac.
Traveling Dress Goods,
Of All deaflrlptlon.
EMBROIDERIES,
C'hcftper than eyer ofleretl.
WHITE GOOD3,
STRLI.A PHAWISI
STF.IXA SHAWLS!!
STELLA HIIAWLS!!!
Hoop Skirts! Hoop Skirts!
IiauRlaa anal Sberweed'i ItliitU
uee, Victoria, Crown 11
Hoop lor .1,40,
Diamond,
And in fact all popular skirts forLndiea and
Miasea, which we will guarantee to sell
per cent lower than can be found elsewhere.
20 cases Bleached Muslins
AT OCR KKCILAR LOW I'BICKS.
1 Caso 5-4 Pillow Caao Muslin, at 12Jc.
200 dot. Linen Handkerchiefs, atOjo.
100 do. at 12a worth 20c.
- Prints 10c.
Challiea 12)3. worth 2.'ie.
1 Case 4-4 ChinU at 121c,
Bajou's Kid Gloves, 87 l-2c. a pair.
AlhandaoroeftUncof
DRESS GOODS
AS ANY IV THE MARKET, at unusually
L0WPKICES!
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
Supplied at New York Prlcei.
N. P. DOUGLASS & CO.,
South-east cor. of Main and Market eta.
nihlS DAYTON, OHIO,
SPECIAL NOTICE!
March 28, 1859..
U7E WOULD RESPECTFULLY SA'
to our numerous Friends and Patrons
that we will, on the above date, Cuamie Oi-r
Modi op Doing: Business, and adopt a strictly
CASH SYSTEM!
I ft RESPECT I VI OF PEIlSOS!
And la making the change we will ofn-r auch
1NDUCENMNTS IN PRICES
that mutt and will atari a aontlouatlon and Increase
uf uatronaga.
Our motto henceforth will ba '
"Quick Sales and Smuir Profits
We oordlally iavlte an oxaailnAtlon of our atok.
JOHN, VAN DO REN &. CO.,
aihu Wo. M, corner Mala and d it recti,
SPRING GOODS
roil CASH!
JOHN VAN DORM & CO"
60, Coraer jafutit and Steond Struts,
DATTONt OHIO,
AVE NOW IN STOftSr: ANDVJIE
Al.iAlly receiving, a larg and dealrublrsrat,Ja
N.Seasonable Goods,
AND m tHB ARB ABOUT ADOPTINO THK
CASH SYSTEM,
. anpimarwdvryo.fnar ORIATER BARGAINS than
-.-hx Muiinuciituimiiiyiai
Memmac,ljocheco .and Pacifi
Prints ; fc-ench and Engliish'
Chint&s,. Challies, ;
Ducila, &c.
Balaariuoa.
Byadare Foils de Caevera,
Bauphed Muallua,
MTSeat Make Kid Oloroi, ai.8T) cU.-
aihM JOHN, VAN DORN a; CO.
Handsome style!
SPRING CHALLIES,
For 13 1-2, 16 2-3 and 20 ota. per yard.
AT TUB
New Cash Store
tshl of JOHN, VAN DOREN ai CO.
Rich, Fancy Silks,
Rich, Folard Silks,
Rich Borages' and
- , Grenadine Robes;
'. Rich Printed Borages, ..
'-" Rich Organdies,
JUST RECEIVED AT THE MEW
CASH STORE.
mhw
JOHW, VAW DOREN and CO.
kJaVafCi'i rirta, la k4 order ad very low.
, va w at I. M, UkKKH'S.
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WEST'S nOTEL,
CORRVKR 01'
Colombua Avenue and Water Streat,
HANOI SUV flTV,
oiiio.
w. t, writ, i .
A. K. WHS I', j roorinur..
mhS-tf
NEW
WINDOW
NO.
fill, MAIN ,T1!KK.T.
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PAPER.
H. 8. WILLIAMS, J. K, WAl.t ACR.
iril.t.i.l.liS .V H1I.tH t
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
AMI
Real Estate Agents.
i OPFII.'K ON MAIN STRKKT, I.AST SIPK,
Over Smith & Olwin'a Grocery Store,
MO. Cfi, Dayton, Ohio, have on hand
i' alnraeqimntlly of excellent Ismli, Improved
anil iinlniprove.1, In Ohio, Indiana, llllnol., Iowa
i nil.aour land Knm, all of which will I aolil or
rti'hanicetl i,,r larmi ul rn-alvr or ! noie, ami If
arealerllieilim-renc r will liedven In caah.
Certona having Real Katatv l ar, rx. hanre or
rent, will Itnu II to their mtvantaK In lealnth
same with them, they l.ouin ol,l and experienced
"Kenta. ,nb4
CHEAP PROPERTY.
40 ACUESof Land, 4 miles from Dayton,
lI rinelnnatl Pike, by Franklin. Lewia
L'ompton will ahow lamia.
Al.so 1't ncrea, wllh a fine brick dwelling, In a
nigh atate of ctiltliallon, containing a variety of
choice fruit treea, half mile north of liayton.
..HKIJT:"i """'"-"I 1 ' mlU-A s. W.of llsylon, beau
tifully tltuat.Nl, sml of a .le.-p rich soil, la uae.1 for
ar.lcntnn.l liol lheltlnt e country, and con
talna a varnty of fruit treea, shrubbery. . o. A
pleaaant dwelling, wood housa. stable, well of ex
uellent water aud houu frnce. Land cheap And par
uieutaeaay. ' '
ALSO to acres of bind, In a high itate of cultiva
tion, 6 DHL'S weatof Dayton, on the Liberty I'lke,
withahouiecoutalnlng rooma.amoke huuae bam,
eoan-crlba, waon and plow ahedi, giwd orchard ami
-ni v. c.vrurat wnitr.
ALSO Hi a.Tea.ltl lea. -2S. Sbflbv I'o n nn. .n.l
Shall mllea from Newport, on tho canal, a short
dlatani e north l Sidney, with a house, stable ami 30
aerea Improved, nil under eood fen.-i.. tb. lmiu,,..M l..
ne timner, Sidney and BVrlln road cloae to the land,
A school and meeting home within DO roda.
ALSO NO acrei. Ill RHC. U. In ..1.1 n.lBhhA.I,nnH
eovered with excellent timber. Both tracts arecanal
landa, anil ol an excellent quality, ( heap on time.
ALSO acres, north of Kprlnglteh, well ini
proved, with suitable building, un acrea being cover
ed with heavy timber, will be told cheap.
A L3U aua.-rea, within I mile south of Springfield,
well Improved.
'' W ILLIAMS h WALLAC E.
LUXURIES, LUXURIES!
A C ROXErt of Messina Orangos best
TV and aweetett In the World I
JO Boxea Leiuoui, beat uallty,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Juit received at the Fruit and Variety rtore of
HRANDKNIUIRO At CO.,
mlil'i JiMl Third Street.
Potatoes! Potatoes!!
A CAR LOAD OF LAliliE AND EXTRA
KINK FOTATUKS, juit received. In prime con
dition, from the uorth, and for tale at lair pricea, b
lilCAAVKAJJl HU il' tu.,
nihl4 SU0 Third atrcet.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
MILLER & CHARCH,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No 03 Jtjfer3on Street, near Third.
HAVING JUST HKC'EIVKD TUKIU
Snrliir & Summer Stlei of Cit'ntlpiuen'ai Clothe
Ing Gootli, nrc prinrutl to mnkc to ortler w(triii(j
rtujinrot ol all aficriptloiia, on the Iiorlviit iOfe..blt
tut ice, ttnit on the imtat ia ornhle term.
TlieKotU comurUe all or the uioat ftishlonnhle
And If, t fit atylea uinnulftcturetl, among whit li are
dome ol the hamtiouieiit ever brought to this market.
iney nuve a ct)iu,Meie aM.oriment oi
KINK VEST1XGS,
Of the lfttvit ntvle, to which they Invite the atten
tion of lientleutvu.
Their mi inly ol
GBM'a FURNISHING GOODS
li ol the beat quail ty, anil coaipriiit- every thing ile
al raWe.
ThaiiKful for jiaat literal patronage, they ite
lire their frlcntli ami the imhliutocull ami exauilue
gootla, anil learu irlce.
mhiti-iiuU MILLKR tt CHARCH.
1859. FirsUal T85,)i,
OF
SPRIJVG GOODS!
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l itt.c .V Ijejlcr's:
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTING S,
FUliNISlIINO GOODS, &C.
aiaie NO. IhS SECOND ST.
TO HORSEMEN.
UrALI-FV, VePlorinery Sui'ifcoii
uor. si. blur ana oeoona utreMi.
PAYTON", OIIIO.
DUKIXG tho twenty
uionthe aiuue I have open
Mi the Bitil.le on iiemiid
and St. Clair ftta., I have
treated lu my Done lu
Hrmary tuorethaii46ohor
aee aud uowi of theae
there were many animal.
eidereil tuoural.ie; aud yet
1 have trcat.l them with
the rer lieit iut ceaa.
The utUo la therefore respectfully requeettMl to
favor ine with, ita couudeut) and pattoimKe In the
treatment ff HonManU Cattle, and 1 will apareuo
uatni to dcaerie the -aiue.
ThetollowiuKtUiiionlitJ frrn untler their own
tiaudi, by my pati-on-, ar sumcicnt to jirovc my
olbabilityt
Uatton, Ohio, Out. 30, 8A7,
We, the under-lgoed.certily that A.Galli, Veter
iuory Hurgeon, haa treuted eltJk hort- for um, aud
that we are not only tin tied wth the curt he han
aalianl-jirl fii- Hat. btlt IVI UOU J 111 tlllll ml V filiK tin limn
him tDwll our frtenda and fcctiu-tntanc?-.fl ai.
perleuoedand XtUUil Hhyaiiau In this branch
acicuxe
R. D. llarshmao,
kaeo. Lehman,
ti'B. Clark,
H. K Houk,
F,. tl'Drien,
O. Connoway,
John Uoward,
li. Piese, ' -S.
C. Euiley,
J. 8. Bell,
. K Cliatuhers,
.1. W. Harries,
H. Flory,
Rev. A. Anderson,
U. Ilnmlimnn,
Diky, : ,
Cleo. Wognmun,
It. Dille,
S. Holmeffer,
R. N. Couily,
C. Harries,
R Fauvor,
S. t 'railhead,
J. Miller,
llobert Steele,
mhS-Sut.
Great Dargaihs in .
Plain, black silks,
Can be had hy calling at the
"CASH STORE" of
inks . JOHN, VAN DOHEN and CO.
Latest by Telegraph.
The Sickles Trial.
WASHINGTON. April 9.
The ( Tor the defence opened this morn-,
iiiR. It is evpcvtcil. that Mr. Oraham will!
occupy ho whole day in his opening address.
II in associate wr.iilil prefer brevity. Tho do-i
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. mr me present. Ihey deny tlmt the Pit-j
rtnirer pistol he omrt'il to Sirkels. a thorn was
no attempt to truee it to liim ly tl.o prose
ctitiou. They willrlAim it IH-Ionp'd to Mr.
Key, and, perlinpv, that the llrit xhotenmo
from him. An to tho two koyn found in the
porket of the dwoawd, the iiii'a in, that they
lielon(f(xl to tho house on Fifteenth nln-el,
and, if no, tint cireumstanre will be put in
evidence. Twolettera, from Mr. Key to
Mr. Sickles; one tndiimantlv ilenvine the
insinuation made in reaped to hisin(iiiiry
with Mrs. Sickles, and the other accepting a
nliciieiit invitation to dinner, will be oll'cred
in evidence, and if refused, will 4w used in
addressing the Jury.
Mr. Omham reviewed the opening npeech
of the Kiatrict Attorney inwhichho spoke
of Sickles g'linfr, out to a carnival of blood,
being a walking magazine, and of him stand-
ing over his bleeding victim with his pistol
in his luuid. The arma that the prisoner
had were not so dangerous to the coininuiii-1
ty, as were the opera glass and tho hanuS
j kerchief thnt tho deeoawd carried for the
j purpose of destroying tho domestic peace and
; honor of the prisoner.
If ho was in causing tho doath of
; one man he was prolatMy the means of pre
! venting the death of many who might bo
' tempted to commit aome crime.
I Mr. (iriiham read part of the Knglish law,
'citing the Statuto of KdwarJ 1, making
ndtllterv a Kill And nlKO eio.l Itin lan-u ,f
ss., Va., and l'a., tho only4Slatcs where!
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adultery is punished by law.
From Mexico.
NEW ORLEANS, April 9.
The steamship Quaker City has arrived
here with dates to the 21st tilt. Mirunon
nppearcd before Vera Cruz, on thelHth with
an advanced guard of .KXI men. After re
connoitering tho city he rcturned-to the main
army alwut tune miles away. he women
and children of Vera Cruz, had been trans
ferred to the ships in tho Harbor. Mira
mon had Rent 120 men against Colorado,
who returned without attacking. Mira
mon had broken tip camp and commerced
retreat on tho Capital. Ampudia with a
strong force was in his rear to cut oir re
treat. I Inir illn.ln n Ul, dlYlD mnni u.i T.,. i
!; and other forces surround the Capital i
which is expected soon to surrender. Min
ister Mclean arrived at Vera Cruz on the !
lirst.
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Produce Market.
VROLRSALt.
loAWc
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Butler
Lard
Eees
12c
Potatoes,
new. per bu.
Hlrano
Urteu Apples, per bush.
" Peaches " "
Cranberries,
Corn Meal "
Onions " "
a.ai per lb.
lUe ,
I.IIU
HII
fit)
15c i
1,00
Flour, per bbl., 5.75(6)3,911
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95.10c i
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l-c
D0OI.10
5.-5o5S;
Grain Market.
Wheat
Corn
Harley
Kve
Oats .
Flaxseed
Whiskv
Liuaeed Oil
Hay
Timothy seed
Clover seed
Ship stuff
B5
(1,25
$22 per ton
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Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, April. 9.
Flour Brm. $5,40(5,50 for superfine.
Whiaky a2'.
Provisions iiuovsnt. Moss Pork $17,00(5418,
00; prime $1 3,00fjol H.75.
Wheat steady. White 1.401,47; Red 1,18
(21.27.
Corn active at 76(T880.
Hye in fair demand at 9098
Harlev firm nt G5(ti70.
Oats, "fJOffttil for prime.
Lard 114.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, April 9.
Flour advanced. Ohio JC.WraC.CO
Wheat buoyant. Whit l.filCil.W; Red
l ,4S(T 1 .52.-;.
Corn firm at P7(iifc)i for mixed; White 1,1.1
rtil.25.
Pork firm. Muss, $l7,utlC.417,7 Prime,
J12.50i,ii:i.UII.
Whiaky dull nt25.
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TO YOUNCi MEN.
ALL who are flutlerinj from the effeota of
Youthful Kxcph, leir-Ahiue. or the dehllity ;
arUiriR trom lexunl l-ihet-e, ran he mrely anl Pei-
nmneiitly Kiatoreii to rerieci Health, strenmn aiui
igor, ny H-iiig ine i
Elixir de Vie.
Thin moit valuable Medicine la vrenareil front a
Recelot ol an Kinlui'iit Par in Hhvaiulan.hnd li ft-
tnntlyuird in F.uropewith Ncvcr-Knlllng Nncueia.
It thorouKhly reinovea all
Nervous Debility,
Seminal EmlaBlon,
aud Impedlmentn
to Marriage.
and will re-tore the iiiMerer And the Imootent to a
tute of forleut Maiuy iffor. it will inoroiignly
eradicate the tltVcti of
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Ither
from whtehnaae thousands areeontlniialleaiilrer.
In. without k.iowl.iir a reioe.lv. " I
ine wiihout knowing
one month, "and ! 1-Stable tor eiiher aes. Set.t free !
mail to all parta of the United state.. i
I'rii'f, lisl per Itollle.
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n ,, iviu.'IITOV '
U. II. A.MJhlllOiN,
SSI, Droailway, N. Y.
N. B. A Circular containing full particulars and
directions will be sent with each bottle, And tree to
any Addreaa, on application.
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED.
mhs-ataweodfcwtim
OUARDIAN'S SALE.
Moiei Wogaman.Guardianof "1 In the Prolate Court
Ira Calvin Klnzer, ( of Montgomery
against f Co., O. Petition
lit. ...a II. ..I l C lllnu. I 4. ....II l.n..
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hate Court, madeon the 28th day of October. 1SA8.
In the above caute, and to me directed, 1 will soil nt
the door of the Court Houae, In the city of Dayton,
Public Auction, on
Saturday, April 30A, 1859,
between .... hour, of ...WA , o'clock
, Ohio, and in Clay Towu.hip, and being part ol the
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i cat six ticrchei and uiiie-tenlha ot a irer
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aoum ' w , cam mx aim lour-ieiitna pen lie iu t,
teuth perches to a atoiiei thence aouthSUo W. Hv.
and leven-tcnth or
privnea 10 a aione: inrufe not in
.'..o W. four and lix teutlii perchel to the nlace ef
lH.glniiing, containing lorty-itx aud nine-teutha
pciclics, more or Icta.
BALE.
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No. nm.
outgomery Superior
Krie S. Kerihner, et, al. ) Court.
i)URSUANT to an onler issued from the
Superior Court of Montgomery County, tome
directed. I will oiler at public .ale ut theduoroi the
j Court Home, in the city of iiaylou,
On Saturday, April 23i, A. D. 185'J,
between the hour, of I and 4 o'olook, P. M., of said
day, the followlug deicrlued Ra-al kitate, tu wll:
nituate lu aaid County of MontHtunery, and known
aud diwguuted a. lot number tliirty-hie hundred
(11400) lu the city ol Daylon, ai de.lKuated in the
platol the addition ol lot. aa laid out l Phillip.,
bw kel k Co., to ..id city ol Da, ton.
Haldluthasbeeuauplalardatains. Tobeaoldat
the ault of T. I. s. Nmlth va. Krle a. Ker-lint r, rt. al.
I Terms ol sale cash
JOHN MILLS, Hh'8". M. Co.
I T. I. H. Smith, Atl'y
uinvi-wtt
Jofli T. Alleu'a i:aiitte.
NT OTIC K is hereby ia that the aubacri-
il ber hstbeen aiolul.d anil qualllled as Aduilu-
I.trauwou th elate ad iowufc i. AlUp, uteof
itlontaomery count), dceaal.
uikMivw JORDAN, AdaiUUtrator.
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l huadrci r . . y-lt e du.lai., auJ will not be lold
forleii th .a two-th rdt ol laid appia lai-ineut
icrmaol aale, oa. ! u hand on he day ul sal.
r- it UU,M"" u . I','.;
Ol!i. W. Hues, All y. lnh.o
SHERIFF'S BALE.
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poaiihle convenience added to every department,
The stable, aa heretofore, will be in charge of oare
at , fill huatleri. mhia-3iudaw
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""'., u'lirtn-acrapert, ueei.lena pounders, steel
ril ' rll ,,.',;,, uck-liammera, crochet
, ,o.llct, amber bead., hair pllil, diaper plul, teeth-
ln ring., window brushes, dust brushes, sand a.
' '"'r' whetatoues, raior atropa, piu'klug needles, mop
iticka, mop h..ad.i all Ictiidi ol mati. window iianer
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I " E. O'BIMEN.
II V olesafe 4 voce
and dkaifk it
Fine Imported Wines, j
LIQUORS AND ClflAKS,
KKKPS f ttVH TANTLY ON HAND,
n rnrl vsMMy of Vrnlli. Hn It alio Aen
for the wile ol lllil Honrlion IM1I1W,
Nt). HOI, .NKt'ONl) SI'ltKKT,
tt door to A. (Jump itont front Dry Ooadt
(tor 0ATT0N, OHIO.
100 Baga Prim CoOee,
B. O BRITJW.
B. O BRIEIf
90 Bbla. Molan.ea
100 Packaaaa rtna Taa,
n. O BRIhIv,
B, O'BRIRN.
B. OBRIHN,
B. O'BRICIrf
B. OBRIBff.
Biiaar,
1O0 Boxen Tobaoco,
20 Hd. Bunnr,
74 Rnven Hoin,
40 Doaan Buoketa,
40 Bbla Cr d. and P'd.
B. O'SRIBN.
20 Do man Waah-boarda, B. O'BRIEN.
A large atock of Bplcea, Cheene Nnta
and everything that may be needed In
a atore of tbe kind, for aale by
B. O'BRIEN.
WINES & LIQUORS.
19 Quarter Caaka Port Wine,
B. O'BRIEN.
20 Quarter Caaka Brandlea,
B. O'BRIBV.
2 Plpee Foil. Oln, B. O'BRIBN.
190 Bbla. Old Buorbon Whlaky,
B O'BRIEN.
79 Bbla. Pine Rye Whtaky,
B. O'BRIBN.
80 Bbla. Rectified Whlaky,
B. O'BRIEN.
Madeira, Bhorry. Claret, Muacat, Na
tive and Malaga Wines,
B. O'BRIEN.
190,000 Imported Clgara,
B. O'BRIEN.
N. B. At my utoi-k ti now complete and well aa-
goi-ini, i invito ah whi wi.h to Kin. Oroc.n..,
Wiurs ft ml l.tfimirs. fret frnm ilrnaTS. loftall anri u
I me, Ati'l I will do nt 1 la my power to compensate
i invm Hir ineir inmoie.
mil 1 4 E. O BRTF.N.
VAN AUSDALi DIXON & CO.
AKK NOW RECEIVING DIRECT
frnm the Manufacturers a larrelot nf aewaaJ
lantiful atilea.
ITK-IIIUIIUII,
Vrlvt't nnd
liriixarU Cnrppta,
HOUSE FURNISIMXU OOODH &:.,AC.
Together with a an aaaortmentof
Three 11 v, Venetian, Ingrain,
Dutch VVool, Tapestry, Hemp,
Hag and Stair,
Which for varletv.ttvle.oualltvand raters. eannol
beaiirpaatedi and our atoca of Houaa Furnlahlnf
Uooda la complete,
'ia(,a nd Mulin Sheetings,
anu i umw vasinKS,
iStair Linens. Table Linens,
uiuea lowoinnus, snu irisn ijinena.
V 0 1 l. L 1 !
Napkins, Tuble Cloths, Ao. , Ao.
Laoe, Muslin and Damask CartolnQooae
Blue, (ireen, Burl' and White Hollanda. Shadfa
nf every deacrlptlnit, at all pricea.
PUTNAM, llSNDUI.tlM BAILEY'S CUR
TAIN FIXTIIRK.S.
Ollt Cornic a, Band and Pina, Floor and Table Oil
ciotht.all wldtha, atylea and pricea.
Mattings, Velvet, Asminater, and Mosaic Raga
and Mats, Door and Buggy Mats,
and our aaiortment of
PAPER HANGINGS AND WIK10W FAFERI
are tha beat 111 the olty.
VAX A US DAL, DIXON .t CO..
Jant No. 93 Malnat., oppoalte the Court Houae.
Sevvii'g Mac!iines.
HUSTON BUILDING,
Corner of Thltd and Jefferaon,
DAYTON, - OHIO.
WE offer the Wheeler A Wilson Sewing
Maohinei, with Important Improvementa, at
a reduction of t'.'fton former pricea. and to meet the
demand for a GOOD, low-priced Family Machine,
have Introduced a NKW STYI.K, working upon tha
aine principle, and making the aame atltch, though
not so htghiv nniihed, at
F1FT7 DOLLARS)
Theeteganoe, apeed, nolieleaaneaa and simplicity
of the Machine, the beauty aud atreugth af allien,
being A LIKK ON BOTH XIHKS, lmooiilhle to ravel.
and reaving no chain or ridge on the under aide, tha
economy ol thread, and adaptability to the thlcaeit
or tntiiueat liurlci, nai renoereu tnu the moataue.
ceiaful and popular sewing Machine now made.
At our varioua oMuei. we mvil at New York url-
ot, and (Tivt! iiiitrm-tlotii fiee. of charge, to enable
pnrohnnor toiew or'.lnury aeantt, hem, felt, quilt,
irtther, hind and tuck, all on the laiue Mavhlne, and
warrant It lor three yean.
SKNP UR CALL FOR A CI RC T I, A H , containing
full ptrtkMiUri, prlcei, teatlinoniali, eta.
jauIO A. 8UAJNKR k CO.
HUNT, WEBSTER & GO 'S
Improved Tight Stitch
KKWINM ITIAC-IIIIVI.
GKEAT UKDUO'no IN PRICES.
Sliver MedalH awarded hy the Virginia State
Fair, Mechanic' Fair in liiiltluiore.aml Mataachu-
ettM Mate Fair.
Thene Mauhlnei will atltch, hem, fell hind and
(father. They make a troiir luck Ulch. that can
not ho ravelled or pulled out. They make a beau
tiful iin.fonu atltch, alike on hwth aldea of the
work, without forming rldgee underneath.
The M.tchluea have (freat itremrth, are verfectly
almide, aud the management or them eitally ac
l ul red.
Any innoi oi eoiion, inreau or ink, may ie uieu
ithour re-wiuding.
.f!!t and Ending Cuagea, of Improved
' '." "v reoei my uecn auneil.
All Machines warranted, and full instructions
c. c. kniffin, Agent,
No. 0 Weit Fourth street, over llegga t Smith's
Jewelry .tore, Cincinnati, Ohio.
mhiK-imdnw
-
It1!? ANII.CW IKTTsT'l1
CORNER MAIN AND SECOND 8TS.
DAYTON, OIIIO.
DAVID HARKEADEK, Proprietor.
HAVINO SUCCEEDKD J. P. KLINK
to the proprietor.hip of this well-known snd
lar Motel, 1 am determined that Ita good rapu-
i tatlon with the public ahall not in the least be dl-
miiiii.teil uuder my auperlntendenoe.
Tl,., h.u. ha. tu...i, lhh,. i.i.i. rue.ta,i ..i UVA.V
j ;,' ,, ,lom B ,lullurU to ,.'..
nwiuniiuiiiiwi aim me great puMlu. mat UNI lo lou
acquainiancei anu the gnat put. lie, that haa lu long
extomled to me a gcueroua irlentithlp and liberal
I'atronage. JOHN t.
KLINK.
iuhl6-)indaw
: oai Ar,t,a. Bwar.wh.r In h.
, - J
Found
TTlQQ'r
SCKAFK1W, boot-iuoka, molusses
ga ci,lawcetti,gun-lluti, paitejlggen, melting
oil cloth for tablet, window ihadei. illver land
bath brli-k,and many other articles tou numerous
tu inentlou. lor Bale by C1IAHLKS POST,
ka.t Second itreot, 4 doors from Alain.
Inhl6-daw
o has! eels
INVITES THK ATTENTION OF TUE
1 public to bit One large atock of PIANOS, uuw oa
sxhkbiUon st bu W.reroittu
No 232 Billion Hall
I ..j0-lv UAVTliN iilllo
?iy?lLy UA V ION, UMIO.
I 20 DOZ. SHAKER BROOMS
I v" r.Melved 30 doi Shaaer Brooms, and fo
sale by
CHARLES POST,
Kaetsd at., cdooral'rnm Main.
nih'it
COAL! COAL! I
A I.L ORDERS LEFT EITHER WITH
iX Kaqulre Torreaoe or
WoodhullJ will be
C. A. S TAIlB
tiaiptly filled by
ted
WHEELER & WHMV
. FA V j 1 JT. H (..1 '.Ti ATf
J. LANGBON & BRO.,1
tirAtaaa I
Forria and PonifsHe Hardware
BUILDING HARDWARE,
Coach & Saddlery Hardw'e
Citrriiigo & Cabinet Trimmingn,
OlI.OAttl'KTfl, MKCHANICTnons, AC
No. at Msln at., !) Ion, ilf a of the Pad Look.
Jnn-ia
CARRIAGES
AND DUOOIBSI!
Vr.IIICI.RH OF RVKRY DE;RirTION
oa hand and for tale cheap, at
WaEHES PHILLIPS'
Old Htand, on 4th Strkkt,, Itrrwasir Jkf-
pkrson and St. Claib.
Hocknwnya, Jenny Elntln,
rhn-tona, Vork Wsissa,
nronrn, Spring WaMm.
tt" Work uada to order, and repairing dose la
the beat atyla, on thort notice.
N. B. Second-hand Carriages aad Wagons for aale
cheap. ubu
OKO. P. WALgRR,
A. B. LKAHAN.
WALKER & LEAMAN.
lttorneys at JLaw,
AMD
REAL. ESTATE AGENTS,
WILL PRACTICK THEIR PROFE8
alon In the eeveral Cotirta of Ohio,
OFriOK south aid of Third street, between
Main and Jetferaon, liayton, O. dec34-wdA
Hiker & Ilcbbard,
(Oppoalte t. Lawr.no Hotel, Water at., Sandusky.
DEALKRI
la Ftah POUNDS, Flih SKINS, GUI NETS, and ev
ery varleleof Hope, Twine and Cordacs, used by
Flthermea. '
r A,FRK.1H I ALT riaHawaB.
Bi,TiMoar fe Fair Haver
Z9h
UTBTnBB,
IX I EOS AMD 0 A
mhe-amadaw
MIS3 L. F. HA0KETT,
PLAIN AND PANCT
MILLINERY .
Va. 41 Kala at, betwaea 1st aad Id,
QD9ar0cm (Dm
LEACHINO AND PRESSING DONE TO ORDER'
deos I daw
w. h. sri.vn.it
BOLTIN
JsELYILLE,
attorneys at JCrir,
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
AND HEAL ESTATE AOENTS,
DAYTOJT, O.
riFFICK OVER WIKK, DAR8T & FUL
ler's Dry Goodt store, oa F.aitilde Mala atreet,
opKalt the Court Home, being the tame room lor
merly occupied by Meaira. Conoverk Craighea.1, and
more recently by Judge Baggott, as a law omoe.
novtt-lydaw
JAMES H. 8TEWAKT,
Attorney and Counsellor
AT LAW,
AND NOTARY PUB C,
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
to all builneaa entrusted to ale care, in Mont
gomery and adjoining countlea.
OFFICE, at present, with Quo. M. Youno,
Justice of the Peace; Dayton, Ohio.
febll-lydaw
WENDEUN WOLF,
Wholesale and Retail
MANUFACTURER DEALER
"HATS" AND "CAPS!"
0. US SE001D ITBET,
North Side, between Main and Jeff er ton
DAYTON, OHIO.
tJ'AII orders will be' thanafully received and
promptly attended to. feba-lyd
T. K. TflLI.iRD,
H. M, WUKATOIf.
WILLARD k WHEATON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
FINE BOOK, NEWS
AND
WRAPPING PAPERS 1
The HIGHEST Market Price paid for RAOS. W
Alio keep the largeit atock of, and Bell mot
SCHOOL BOOKS
lhan any other Home In Dayton.
No. 326 Sbird Btreet.
"""7 Near Main.
DAYTON INSURANCE COMPANY
Fire und Marine Risks,
AT REASONABLE RATKS.
Diaaoroas.
Jasibs Pbbbini, D. A. Hatiibi,
T. Sou ju-pbr, IIakvby t!oiron:R,
Jno. Harris, J. H. Vouko,
A.Guhp.
JAH. PERRINE, Pres't.
"Il r.Yoo'"'i Heo'y. may 1 5-d 1 y
By Authority of the seal State s.
We adjust Lostet honorably mud pay them
promptly.
DWELLIN08 AND CONTENTS INSURED
AT VERT REASONABLE RATES.
lhwnix Jus, Co,.
HAKTF0KD, CONNECTICUT.
Merchants Htores and Htocks at Fair Rates.
QEO OWEN,
Jet Agent, Dayton, Ohio.
A. BUCHANAN,
D.ALKa 1M
COml fj 1YI) COKE
333 WEST FRONT BTREET,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
feb'J8-md
JACOB ENtaTiri
Lager Deer Saloon,
IN NEW BECKEL BUILDING,
Jcffarioa St., 1 door north of th If etropolttan
DAYTON, OHIO.
IS. .lyres & Co.,
Wholesale &, Retail
DHALEBS IN
Groceries,
CIGARS
Liquors and Tobaccos,
HAVE JUST REC'D. AND OPENED
a An stock ol goods In their line
Flue Sugar.
Ill laaaea,
Co en,
Ten,
Tobiaccse),
Cllfitra, dkc.
Ail or wnicn tney stana ready to dlipoee of on as
REASON ABLK TKHMH a Aay other i atabllahaieal
In th cliy.
They iuvim particular attentioa to their atock.
iHdent of their ability to plaaa. Jaull
CODNTRT SOAP WANTED.
rVH K subacrlber will tuiy th marketprle either in
1 eaah lor xchaua fur gooda, lor good hard suau.
CHARLES P(XST,
mhSS Rest ad it., 4 door, from Main.
T"H F. linited State Damoo ratio Almanau
A Juat received aad lor sal by
ttim l. ana t, fHVlb
via
GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R.
Change of Time,
Oa anil after Monday, April 11, lstfl, ontllfur
(ftar aoilee, trains will rnn as tollowt.-
lara Davtoa Union Deet Hi ll a.m. anil
. M. Arrive at iml..a at 11, H a. ai. and
1 7, m.
.
I RKT'JRNINO.
I Laavea Vnlaa el 7,41 a. , aad MS . m.,
j arrival at Uaytsa at l.64 a. m., and 1,1.6, p. m.
The 6,00 P. M. train leaving Hayton, makea eloae
, cMiinwtiiM ai L'nion witn ine r-xpreta train on the
I Bellelontalne road, for lndlananlla. eonncli,,
Ita arrival wllh traina for Lalafftte, Terrv Haule,
and all polata weat, aorth sua north weat.
For tiakats aad farther information, apply to
Samuel W. King, Uanaral Ticket Agaat, l-oioa
Depot, 61b atreat.
II. C. BT1MHUN, hot 1.
dart
Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and aftar Monday April II, USA, Patian.
gar Traina 11 II aarathallthi treat Dapot, bay
ton, for Cincinnati, ai followat
Ratnrnlag Trains.
At 9.09 a. 8.05 a. m , 4,0 p, to., and 7,38
p. aa.
Will I save Cincinnati for Dayton, at e.OC
a. m. 8 00 a. m 4. SO p. m. and (1,00 p. m.
Tha 7 JO P. M. train south will stop at Carll.la,
Mlddlatowa, llatnillon and (flandala, only.
apr9 DANIIU MtLAKKN.Sop'f
Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat
RAIL ROAD.
r i- pm ft p.iii'ii,v atiivii.ar c
WINTER ARRANOKMKNT.
8,I5
-The Mail Tnin leaves the nth St
Depot At S.15. at UrbanA. 10.00. eonneeta
ith train forColumbua. and at C'lvd with train
1 for Cleveland and the Kaiti alio with traina forTo-
ledo, Detroit and Chicago.
II IK SECOND TRAIN Cleveland
1 1 1 1 U Rxprati, by way of Springfield and Pel
aware, and all Kaatarn poliita.
7 OA THIRD TRAIN NiKhl Kxpress
I OU srrlveaat Handutkyat4,10,connectlngwlth
traina for Cleveland and tha Kaat.
lh'4-tf JOHN M. HUDSON, Sup't.
OHIO
Photographic temple of Art
DAOUERBEAN GALLEBY,
OOH. MAIN AND THIRD 8TB.,
DAYTON. O.
I HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THIS
will-known Gallery with all th Improvementa
of the Photographic Art, and hava made It the moat
complete and attractive In th city. 1 have nrnru-
I red the right to uh the Solar Camera, the moat lm
j portant Improvement in Photography, and am pre-
pared toenlarge t Ufa Sl oa Canvas, oi Paper,
Daguerreotypea, Ambrotypea, or Min
lature Portraits,
Of any kind, and have them colored la OH, Crayon,
Water C olor, or India Ink, by tha very beat Artlit.
Thoae having small plcturea of decaaewt friends,
eaa by the above proueae, aecure a correct and dura
ble llkeneaa one that will he valued at all times.
I haveaaaoclated with melnthe Photographic de
partment Mr. O. I. FINCH, one or the beet Artlita
In the United Statcat and oordlally Invite all to call
and examine hie tpecimens recently enlarged they
ajieak for themielvea.
teg" AH work warrantkd, or no charges
will be made,
mi. i T. J. ROBINSON,
Now Open 1 Admittance Free!
8. II. BALDWIN'S
New Daguerreotype
ROOMS.
Now Open to Visitors & Cu3lomers.
IC" Rooms on Third itreet, sd door, Katt of the
KKchaiige Bank, and immediately over Mory a, Co. 'a
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having leaned the above Rooma for a term of
yeara.anu mien mem up with a large BKy-llght,ex-preaalv
for Photographic purpoeee, 1 would Inform
my old cuitoinera anil the public that 1 am now pre-
tiara.il tn himlth allwhnm.. rfn.u. , u.i,k m ...
which, for truthfulneii of delineation and beauty of
w uv vm ri:.iini, . ail at ine new rooma,
and if you do not receive perfect satisfaction, no pay
will be required. '
Corpsk Piutdrks taken at residonaos.
Charges reason ABLk
U Room (pen from 7 A. M. till S P. M.
febl-in S. B. BALDWIN,
HRNRT L. BROWN,
A B. IRWIN.
BROWN &. IRWIN,
DEALEKSIN JUNIATTA IRON NAILS,
Steel Anvils, Vices, Bellows, Files, Springs and
Axlea. In All their vaiietlea. and lUantifaar,ir.r.
of stovee and Hollow Ware by most approved pet
k-. u. " ....... w.ii ut .om on me molt reason-
hie terms.
W Are th suicesiors of Rimupl R. Rrnw. at l.la
oldatandon th corner of Kirit and Millitreeta,
Head ol the Baaln, Dayton, Ohio. Our foundery la
at th foot of Ludlow atreet.
Mnuufacturera Ac machinists,
Will nnd at BROWN. IRWIN'S a general aaaort
ment of Heavy Bar and slab Iron Steel, etc.
Blacksmltli.,
Will And at BROWN It IRWIN'S the hest of Bar,
Horae shoe, and Nail Rod Iron, Files, Reaps, Bel
lows, Vices, Anvils, and other Tooli.
Cnrrlngennd Wagon Maker,
Will And t BROWN k IRWIN'R a large assortment
of Dandy, Buggy and Wagon Tire, Hprlnga, Axlei,
Hub Banda, Carriage and Tire Bolta, to.
- Plow and Hurrow .Makers,
Will nnd At BROWN And IRWIN'S a large at.ort
raent of Slab Steel and Slab Iron, of various sliea.
Coopers,
Will And at BROWN aad IRWIN'S a large lot of
iioop anu uanq iron. leuUo-UAWly
I. N. GHEEN
VUISHKS to aay to his friends and cusj
- - vowrr. mm ne it now receiving, in aouuion
to his varied stock of Groceries, a large invoice of
Seaaonable Gooda, such as
Choice Sugars, Powdered, Crushed, Granu
lated, Clarified, N. O. and L'rown, Mo
lasses and Syrups of diflerent kinds;
Coffee of every style and price,
Rioe, Dried Tenn. Peaches,
Peeled do,; Dried A p.
pies, Teas in
Chests, half
Chests,
Or Small Caddiesivery Ane, and a low prices.
Sugar-oured Unms, Sugar-cured linef; tier
man and No. 1 Soap, Fanny and Tran
sparent do ; Prunes, Plums, Eng
ish and Dried Cherries, .ante
Currants, Figs, R.isins,
Oranges, Lemons, No.
1 Mackerel, Hali
but, Codfish,
Oysters,
fresh snd t.'ovej
Pickles,
Catsups,
Nuts,
Best brand Flour,
Potatoes, Ac, Aa.
His atock la large and complete, and hels prepared
to sell at WHOLESALE or RKTAIL prices. Those
wishing anything in his line, will do weil to call and
examine his stock. No. ale south side sd st , Day
ton, Ohio. fW
SPRING- HARDWARE.
LONG and short handles Ames' shovels,
shovel, without hsndlesi ipsile., manure forsi,
ahaking forka, hay-forka, Loea, with and without
handleii garden boea, garden rakes, with and with
out handlee; German aick lea, garden trowela, mat
tocka, ploka, axes, hatchets, aawi, drawing knives,
augurs, chilttll, trace, breast and halter chains, be
at, k u.uul .u,,ri.,.nl nl !,.,.. ..,.1 ......
au.. for .ale bv cHAMI..'.n Wist. 1
fceet Sd atreet, 4 doors from Main street.
uhl-daw
EMPLOViTIENT.
tXn A MONTH, A ALL EXPENSES
V UV psid. An Agent Is wsntedln every town
county fn the Vulted states, to eugage lu a reap
,
land
wet-
able and eaiy butiun, by which the above prolits
may be certainly realized. Korfurther particular!.
addreaa DR. J. HKNHV WAHhKH, corner of
Broome and Mercer itrevta, New York ally, enclos
ing on postage alainp mhs-suul
WANTED I '
A GOOD Cabinet Ware and Furniture Ynr
nlsher and Fltlliher wauted. Tn a hrat-claia
workman ateady ainployinent will be given, ou ap
plivaUon to tk Furniture Ware Rooma of
O. R. KSPICH,
h'4 , id at., ea.t of th Pott Oflloc,
'OHANOBS AND LEMONS. -
20 Mr? ju,treod-
D. A V. B. SHUI.L.
I Barrel Urlod Blackberries
A NICK! article, just reoeived, and for
sal by CHARLKS POST,
fbe r.ast second st., 4 doors from Slain.
BELLS.
rAVUlH'S farm bells; also dinner bells,
ditt'erent slsesi cow and sheep hells, for sale by
CHAHI.KS POST,
Kaat Second street, 4 doors from Main.
aihl-daw
N
I0H aw Halibat beet of th aeasea.
Bv at I, N, tlKKItll'l.
I
i Arrival of Cpring Stock !
CHINA. GLASS.
AND QUEENSWARE!
1H) OUR JOKI1INO TRADK We will
only lay we are on t aan.1 wllh a l-itfre tto.-l- ol
Common Knrllien W'nre,
f.ow Priced (linos,
fAiDkinn (llarsea, Ao ,
l tn flne, white and Vaney Stone Ware, we have the
Newel! aiyiea. rieaaa tavor tia who a enn nr
know our Wares will suit von all. And It ymi wnit
MICH, or but LITTLK, why our Bow Jut tuila
your Fiddle.
11K0KI.KR, REMLRY t MAXT0N.
mht
TO OUR RKTAIL Til A UK We are now
prepared to ahow von altuoit every thing mle
In theltUKKNSWARK line. In
Tea and Dinner Beta,
We have all the New Strlea, of dim-rent nnallllri
and mala Gold Band Ware we have It neiv ami
handiome.
Which wethlnk Is extra fine)
And unlet you are not Inclined,
We Know )oucnn make up your mind
That wa and our ware,
A good recommend will heart
Pleaie gtreui a rail, and we will convince ynu all
that our Hrlcea and Waro with any competition
will bear.
Our Terms are as ehenp as the chenpest!
IlECKLKR, IlKMl.EV A M AXI'ON.
tnbd
15?
Og
as
JUST receiyed a large assortment ol foal
Oil Lsmna. with tmmvd,i n. , .
styles, sultafde for Church, store. I'arlnr'nmi kh. i,.
en puqioies, in variety.
Olaii Husiendlng Lampa Large and Small Burner.
" Bid i ii ii i,
JJ and U'aaa Parlor " " ' '. .i
Britannia Parlor or Pulpit; something nw and good.
r-rao.et Lamps, Large and .Small Humrr.
Reading ' .. ..
Hand i. ii
We alia keep a large itork of I.ard oil, Fluid an. I
Camphene I.ampi, (.In., and Paper slindei, t hhn
nlei, Wlcklng, etc., etc., which we oiler for sale at
reduced prlcei,
UKCKLEIt, REMLEY A MAXT0N.
JanS
QUEENS WARE!
Ufa CUATKS OV VUEENSWAIff.,
II ,--" now landing at Cincinnati, per socsnier
Wintlow, and at New York, per thip Africa, di
reot rrom th potteries of Btnflbrdehiro.Ennlaiiil,
ooniliting of th following artiolas.
locrates of Common Teas,
13
10
Plates,
linkers Dinhes A Nellie"' ,
" Pitchers and Tea P..!.',
" Fluted Tea.,
" Plat..,
" White Tea Ware,
best " "
faner new Patterns do.
8
8
1
U
U
14
Th above goods ar exoreialv orderr.l f.,r il,l.
market, and will b aold by the erate, at Ksateru
prices with addition of freight. Merchants in winit
of Quaennwaro, will pleaie call and euuiineuiir
itook before purchoaeng elrrwhere.
WOLF Si BARLOW,
aprJ9 Importers, Thirdstreet.
COAL OIL LAMPS.
TUSTOPENED A NKW STOCK Oh' THE
w sbovelamps, with and without ground glols-a.
For. Me by (febli) WOLF BA11LOW.
Oregon Saddler Shop!
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.
MITCHELL & M GAUSLANn
Corner ol Fifth & Wayne streets.
uaiiuit, v.,
Manufacture and keep conatantly on hand every
raalety of '
SADDLERY,
HARNESS,
COLLARS,
TRUNKS,
VALI89E3,
&0., &0.,
Of the best material and make.
riYn SV? uniy,i,u!e !." tl"y hat manufactures
CURLED HAIR CASK COLLARS.
A '"crB'n.iiKi lorpaatravors.sml
reipectfully solicit a oontinuance of the same.
Citizens and Farmera are cordiallv i.,vit...i ... n.n
and see ua. M1TCHKLL . M. GAUSLAND.
novS-lyd.
NEW FIltM.
DeCoursey & GoyneQ'
FaablonaMe Barbera and Hairdressers,
Basemaat of Muaday's New Building,
South- H'esf Corner of Jefferson and Market;
ITAVING fitted up their rooms in the best
- style, they ere prepared to attend to the gent le
men of Dayton In fhe Shaving and Hair 1 ireiilug
line In a very superior manner. Thev are now
running three chain. They only aik a trial, and
ere confident they can pleaie all who give them a
J1!; jlan(6,dtf.
MEDICATED
Strengthening Plasters ! !
TUIESE Plasters are excellent remedies
A In eases of pain and weaunrss in tho side,
breast or back; alio rheumntlc affections, couelu
aathma, apraim, brul-es, and kldnry nrsilnal allec
tloni. The Arnica, Galbanum, Pitch, Poor Man'a
aud Hemlock Pla.tera, are manufactured ol vai loua
siies, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, by
8. A. GRIFFITH,
Broadway, Cincinnati.
and supplied to dealera and druggist, on an good
terms a. any uanufaclurera In the United stales,
mhs-eui
COAL! COAL! COAL !
The Perry Co. Coal Co.
ARE NOW PREPARED TO FUKMSIl'
a. Coal direct from their .Mlnet in Perry ci uhlv to
the citizen! of Dayton.
Lnmp Coal 15c. per Bimhel Delivered.
Pea Coal 13
Screening do 11
OFFICE On Wayne street, near Swing,
ing Bridge.
U"V W. J. NUOENT, Rup't.
A CA1II. "
1TAKK the liberty of informing tho citi
zen, of Davton ami .nrpnnn.Hn. .......,... .
am yet located at the old ihop, Third itteel, oppo
?ltf.,lS..Ho".t 0,n':e- Auylhlua you may havi lo do
In tha Tinning builnen, will l.c thanklully received
at tills time, and promptly al tended tu.
Respectfully,
JAMts KKLLV.
l. Huaaaao.
w. s. aOBIN.ON.
CASH DRUG STORE.
120)KalnEaatSlde,bet.Market&4th st
Hubbard & Robinson.
'A FTEU HAVING TRIED THE CAS
aa system for one vearhave been 1ml, icd i,v ti...i
succeii In the experiment and tiie liberal patronsgo
of their many Irlenda and public generally to in
oreaae their atock one hundred per oent. which no
inbrauea all of the uouutar ii.di.di.i.H l ......
A ne atock of fancy goodi, couiltliiig in part ol
the very beat cologne, hair oil and pomade. In great
variety, geuuluo browu Windsor, Houry, pouclue,
V.D,y UUIDr KUIU Ol .OS... lOOth,
hair, cloth, lie. li, shoe, while wath, acruh, Hove,
home, window, paint and vnrnl.h biuthra of every
atyle and price. Fine cigars aud tobacco, comb.,
peuolla, oil pnlnta, white lead, enow hit zinc
Varuiih of every color price and quality. Pure
Brandy, wlnei, and other lliUorilor medicinal, me
chanical and aaoiameutal purpoiei.
ALSO
A largelotofthe moatiioprovedityleoffrult cam
Dr. Ludlumi speclllc. Together with eveiythlng
belonging n ai. n.v to our builuein, (having no de
alreto Infringe ou th bu.lnei. uf our neighbor!) to
all ot which w reitKMjtluliy invite the attention
if th publlo, believing that our mode ol doing
ouiiuia, (both buying and selling loi ca.h) cnal.lS
ustoolter better goods, aud more of them for the
same money, than any house In thi. oltv. .-.ii .....
a. Fllieb
lor birdcages also birdseed
.... u. .n..n. y uia.ia, nuu ai.o tna nv I,,..
i., p.i .....i . "
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if Q . r o
-IL s
I
To the Fashionable Public!
THE undersigned has now, and lins had
for the lait two weeks, th
S.rli. SI) lea of Mlk iiii.I Vissl.
mere llata.
They are certainly a very nice style of dress hats,
for Gentlemen's wear. All other kind, ol suit hats
for men and boya. Alto, caps ol all descriptions lu
abundanoe, cheap, for the "nady John."
Call at an, Third street,
' K, FAVORITK,

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