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Dayton Daily Empire.
DAVID CLAIK, IDITOft PBOFKIITOB. Tuesday Evening, April It, 1SS9. fTllradint M liter nn Every Page j - . Mk-Kor I-cle, Telegraph, and other inattera f intnreat and Information, aee Kirst and Fourth I'agea. "Pure Humanity." In noticing the trial of lluehnell fur forol lly rreuing a fugitive alare from the hi to dy of Ida U. 8. Marshal, at Oherlin, recent ly, the Springfield New ee: I lie slave waa loroiolr taken rrora the V. . .. . ..." . , : .-. ncpuiv maranui, witnotii a wrii or legn authority of any kind. Notwith.t.nding thi. the lining and imprisonment of respectable for doing an aot of pure humanity ill d. th. ; i 11 r'tate any good and they are too well aware 01 it. "Pure humanity I" That ia cool. Men with pietuls, knivoi, gnna, cluba, ete., by threats, and by force of armi, reacue a run away ilave, from the enntody of an officer ul the tieneral Government, and yet the vim lenceoflawbreaking is "pure humanity,' and commendable, according to th. New. ' Had lluehnell meroly given th. runaway rood and lodging, and awisled him on bi.i ... a,m .....u.. .il,t I.. ..i- r... i.s : but ho, at the head of a mob of armed row- dies, attacked the M.h.l and nn... .,, by violenoe readied the fugitive. He exceed ed all penreuljle bounds; he became a luw breaker; his conduct whs revengeful, wick ed and vicioua; and his unlawful acts c illeil Tor punishment. It matters liltle whether the enforcement of the laws will "do the Administration party ia the Slate any good" ' or not; the laws will be enforced ; the rio- j Intors of law will be punithed. Whenever I the negroes are in a cae, the Itepublicans I offer a premium upon lawleesneta; thev leach that reaietanoe to the laws is right and commendable ; that such violent proceed ing ia the offspring of ''pure humanity I" We don't think our ootemporary of the Xenia News wruld interpose violence to prevent the urreat of a "fugitive from service Jko.,' in that locality. Soi nu Talk. Oen. Iiowraaa, the editor of the "Constitution," the paper which has iken Xf place of the "Union" at Waehing on, concludes his salutatory to the demo jratio readers 'of his paper with the follow ing sound talk. The wisdom of hie remark will be acknowledged bye very aound demo, j I the oouriSwhicli "The tVnmitutwa" "may , be expected to puMua, the undersigned must I not tail to say, that it will be the aim of this paper to heal any dimensions which may exist among our brethren in dilTcrenl quarters of the country. We should recol lect all of us that, while there may bo a few small points c' policy upon which we iuy honestly differ from one another, there are a hundred everlasting principles, involv. ing th safety of the Slate, upon which e must always stand in antagonism to those who cull themselves "the Opposition." Let us overlook small dill'erences upon small matters, that we may preeont a united front when we come to meet our enemies upon mighty questions of principle. It is gratilying to ua to know that the "Constitution'1 proposes tj take the en me course with regard to establishing harmony u the rauks thut we have urgod upon our brethren of the press for months past. It strikes us that bettor counsels are prevail, ing in our organisation, and we may soon expect a harmonious union of the party throughout the country. Auk You 1'rkpahkd to I'ay? The l.ej!i isiatura at its lute session passed a law in relation to lienor selling and drinking, of which til. following is one nf the provisions : "Sea .'). That it shall b. unlawful fnr any person to get intoxicated, and every person luund in a state of intoxication, shall, upon conviction thereof, b. lined in the sum nf live dollar, and pay the costs of prosecu tion." Should this law b. enforced here (and why should it not ?) it would trouble a good many of our spirited young men to procure the wherewithal to puy hues and costs of prosecution. About en. "drunk" per week would ! utl the luxury in that way that they could possibly enjoy I Ii.The Democrats of Butler county have called a convention at Hamilton on the 21st of May, to appoint seven delegate to the State Convention, which meeta at Columbus on the 20th of that month. Delegate, will be appointed to the Senatorial Contention, and also to thut which meet, to designate a member of th. State lloard of Equalisation. The question of whether oounty oiBoer. ahull b. nominated by a direok popular vote is also to be submitted to the Democracy of liu tier. Western Law Monthly. We have received th. March number of this yuluuble law periodical, A glance at the contents will .bow its importance to th. legal profession. Wa have a continuation of th. Cod. Department, Note, and decis ions or the V. H. District Court, Northern District of Ohio, New York superior Court, N. Y. Common l'i.as, N. Y. Court of Ap- peals, Common 1'luas of tarioui Courts of Uhio, District and Superior Cout iof Ohio, Court of Kentucky, Mass ,ifcc making it altogether a most interesting and valuable number. Thi. periodical is, to our mind, the very thing now demanded by the pro fession and should reoeiro a liberal support. lMadaiue lloeco bse been entertain, ing lurge audiences at the Melodeon, Cin cinnati, .inc. last Thursday evening. Bh. has been remarkably successful in th. Queen city. The paper, there deem her th. best lady magician ever before in the city. Hhe i. advertised to remain three night longer. A Nw Papua Invention. A French gontleman, an amateur in chemistry, has discovered a new mode of making paper. It I .imply by boiling slice, of wood with a oertain quantity of mineral and vegetable alkali If we may rely on the statement of the inventor, who Intend, to practice hie method on a large aoale, b. can product from Cfiy.four kilogramme of .lice, of fir wood and fit kilogramme of alkali, a rem. of very large paper, a whit, a .now, and a line a. silk. .The Indiana paper oomplain of heavy, cold rain In that Htate, and the over, flowing of their river. I'roperty In th bot tom along th streams ha sustained com (lderabl damage, and spring planting ha bean retarded. Th frui i said to be i ery promising. i : . , . . 7 . ' I mo" Cpt-.n at the aauie t.mal , 10 " nim to oome back on lin boat, n uK ' .' ' '" e'oa- ! t-ongratulating Inmeolf id thua tatting rid i Too IIkavt A t-rntlcman residing Leek of Covington, Ky., Has several family ear. rants who are to lny and triHinit t!iat he ean hardly get ny workout of them. One of Ihfm peril.-ulstt, waa en very trifling thai some time afrnhe told bin thai h night go over lo Ohio, and go among the Abolition lets. I tut we will let a correspondent of the Cincinnati Knqiiirer tf II th rent of the eto. lie is a full grown, strapping negro, re. pable of reining hisdollar a day if ha would mil mat ha won I do, altliungh ! is found at noma aa rreularl aa m..l tim. ... rives. Out of all nalienu wild the fi.llnw'a latinraa, the Colonel took him tlia other day down lo the ferry-tiont, put him on board and tnld l.im tr ... ... t l.H. !..:... in ('inclnnati and let them take care of him and he m i !..!. ...i. r. !7 V,J. . .7 ... f 1 ' i ha didn't want to ! IihiiI. I k.r. ..... f"- w vi aw J'lD ui IIUIIUI CM UVIiai 0 a year, he went to bia olnoe, and in a few hour alter he left his office for lit reai-I denoe. On arriving home, what waa hit a' tonixhracnt to find the ruaoal be had jnat ent away vigoroualy engaged In Hawing wood, the llret etruke of work he had done' veare. and evnreinne lb. I lnl ..I.I..I h. . .... - t ns flhuwn ft wilhnncM to inuko hi in e 11 uavful, fearing I hut he will actually be driv homi: 7 ' . ' 1 . -A 'P"A" f lui,ville ;Courior, writmK from the steamer Pacific, 0n be! wy 10 Nu" 0'ln. t,u P'" ' f ''0 paaaengers : A young gentleman from Texaa, while under -he influence of liouor, aeoldentnllr shot himself aa the boat lay nt Mieeieeippi landing, on Sunday last. The ball entered near the top of the leg and came out just above the knee, onueing a severe, though not dangerous wound On his person were found three revolvers, one Derriniror. one 'arK8 Howie-knife and one small dirk, lie w" lru d""" man. " ... Wk4t,,k xoirrio. A correnpondent U , B """1"0 """"n, immeu 4. .loyal, oi v nice hoc, ill , lutnmiiee that paper with the following weather prediction. He profeusea to be able to foretell the weather one year in advance ia any locality where thore ia an altnanao calculated. Here is the prophesy : "The first half of April will be wet, the last half fair; the first week or May will be wet, th. balance fair; the firel half of Jun. will be fair, the last half changeable; July will begin and end with a few days of changeable weather, leaving the middle of the month dry; August will have a great many wet days; September will set in fair, but the balance of the month will be "". " P " October, changeuble, gradually increasing .csr; November like the preceding, ."mmenoinjj fairer and ending wetter; December, fair weather." On this we are told we may roly, with the exception of Sep .1 II. .1 - I . . . L ... ... teniucr, where there ha "to be added the extra stormy weather caused by the sun crossing the lines " This truly depends ou the prevailing winds at the time; if the winds be southoily, the month will be wet; if north' erly, it will be as dry as if (be sun were at his extreme dietunoe from the line. A Vknkiaiilk iVKurtL, Old -4uut xie i. a venerable old ludy from Africa, the property of Mrs. Uray, of KJgefiold, South Carolina. She is thought to be, .ays the Advertiser, nearly one hundred and twenty yeurs olJ. She was a woman of some years at the time of the full ol Charleston during the Revolution. She often tells of having been then pressed into the service among many other negroes, employed in throwing breastworks, digging ditcbif, &o. She had then been imported several years, aud had been the mother of two or throe children before she left Africa. HAH would seem, since the murder of Butler, by Ward, at Louisville, that acbooli teachers there have a sorry time with their pupils. The Courier say. that the regulur teacher of the Kourth Ward School, of that place, being ill, his plaoe was temporarily supplied by a Mr. Clark. On Thursday be undertook to puuish on. of th. larger boys. The boy was refractory, and fought th. teacher to the best of hi. ability. Friday, another of the larger boy. got upon the teacher', dosk, and, lik. th. boy in th. api plo.tree, refu.ed to com. down. The teanb er attempted to chastise him, whereupon the pupil seined the poker, and struck Mr.Urayl a severe blow on th. .id. of th. bead. Mr. Uray left the sohool-room, followed by at the boys, who pursued him with brick-bats and .tone, for seme distance. Bom. of these missile, struck Mr. Gray on th. baok of th. head, but whether he sustained serious in jury th. Courier was not informed. Nice place thut for schoolmasters. What People Read. W. fiod tho following eatiuatn in a rural exchange. If it were polite to look in at windows, of on hundred men found reading alone to-night, it would be a fair presumpt tion that thov may be engaged aa follow : 41 upon the Sickles trial ; 17 do local ol the daily ; l r) do items of murders and robberies 9 do the New Yerk Ledger : 6 do some useful paper ; 4 do standard literature ; 3 do the classic. ; 1 da history ; I do biography ; 1 do the Bible. taT A San Francisco letter writer in no ticing the fact that news had been received there of the admission of Oregon into the Union, remarks : "The Brother Jobnathan, which sailed hence for Portland" last nilit, will, give the first new of their admission to the Ureuoni- aus. Th. Captain of the lirotber Johns. than anticipating that th. new. will be very welcome, ana will be received wiiu inuon reioiomir, has provided a lariie sign, "Ore1 eon admitted into the Union a a .State, 1859," which is to be fastened in the rigs ging while the steamer sails up th Culum. bia and Williaiaette; and two cannon and a lurite quantity of powder have been put on board, so that on approaching and pessiuil very town salutes may be tired. ej Th missing boat containing th. larger portion of the crew of th. Ilritish frigate Jaas.ur, recently wreoked, hoe been found. It wa picked up by a small coasting aohooner, named the Kmeline, on her way from Kingston to an outport, and taken Into Port UoyaL The morning Journal of that plaoe aay. : Whilst pntoeeding on a royag. to th. westward of thi island, on. of her erew spied a boat containing the fugitives, for whose rescue the greatest effort were mode. When taken on board they wer found to have bean reduced to the most deplorable starvation, having been nineteen day s It posed to tlia weather without provision or water. On of the men died from starva tion, and th. doctor and purser bad gone mad, it a to d nopea mat py prompt at leniion may may recover. t PI riuivT li-.: 1 . V JtX,it I 1 ,1 se. House frame anil nearly new. Conve oititens ateui out-building. 1 AI-SO, ! ! ! I I ' ' wii u avmnt, lrr- nw mi 7, BKIjllinillg III V i M""''"J r Muris 'k'ix'ahk k nbil hI k.ui. A.ut, cirn'i Buiiuiuit. ' CITT PROPBRTJf. fPIIK lure new llriuk Dwellins Ilouee, Hulibjr Henry Kh..oornr Nl.C'llrnnl w for , ''I'."":''!:. " l t.,,i r.ir- CEIAO. E. clarkd, R K A L K H T A T 15 AHD G KN 15 It A I wVGEN T. WIM. bnj unj tll on Cumminiiioa It, tout of H kin..-, Bon1, Wnrrntit, NotM. Mortff, fc.f luetic ol)(tloiif aim. nnn lint !. Will lomt I-aimI Wntntnts, ttiwiir rrofwrtf at r ion . rftt.ni Is rmm1 rtsinniti, omiMinlM, 4 doAffVMMtd iMTra- Ami rat tain but In, I J-No ehnr alM l mml Ofllo with T. 1. S. Bmlth, Kq.. Clrff't nulldtnf, Thlt-il.trmt. OUT LOT. i A HNK lo on 1 V '""T.-""'' Hleela'f Hill, nonluiiiinv Itlfllllv .llii.lit.Mrlll 1 .l.l ' '"! "Piuwaiiu" l I'HAJ. K I I UKI Real t'elete Aent, M .Irect. for arwr - . - , M. w trio aamt-ejamry WJIInillHT ntl n)lllrall- i ir vomiurt, n-t rumuhe.! iirtnaMitnviy in thp ''' win b. .,.i,n M" '". - i veiy jow lor i-eian, una Ion to HAS. K. C'LAItKli:. ALSO A ImnUaom ltitlrtnr on 5th St., bvtwon Min nt Luilluw; t Ury Urivk, well furnished u i hntlaomrly imitrovcd yunl. Pny mvufvti, t'HAn. K CLAKKK, luliJa Haul Kit At A (If tit, Uli'KK'' Uu.ldiiiK.Sdlt. Farms. 911 A(;UKS lltinolM, 4 mil on from Sum i I I nrr, on th O. M. H. R.( one hundrrd nort' Imiirovrd, tlm rinlmir tliultrr of goo I (junlity, llfrp, rlh, AllllVUI etl. Tittrer twot(iMti Uwflliiig lloumon thprrm !, on nltnt out-tiuiift and In the tnldit of n good rttirntvnt. Ittli frrio laoiTfred t the low iirloe rf $19 per acre, being much than Ite vtlue. Vot tnle t'jr ( MAS. h CLAHKK, Rnl litHte Agent, id strret. A rrttfevllle, Lnurenee eounl'. 111., kikm. Mill.well ititoroveti, knii inn iter, hnaM,me, new, conve nient, well turnlMhed two-ttory frunie tlwelMnn hntiee, out'htmaoe, drirn rantlatUbl luthort,! Drti ate Inrm will be-olj vlienjt ly t HAH. K. CLAHKK, mh'JI ReM K-Ute AKut CIpkk'i UnHtllnif. CJty troirtr Dflriibl den-ol IctTtir for unle on rfr.xonr.Me trmn, a new aaiiil hftBilioin reiiileuce on tttl itreet. he- low Perry. The Hiri.ee U Ure a nil cominod'om, with nil the motlern linpruvemente liml eoavenlfneee; It finely .tMAtPit, ftnii hi a tfiMMi neiirhtKirhiMJil. Will le -oid clieAi, If .Ucition I- nirvile ioon. Urt AS. K , LAnK Is. mliS Heal KitMe Axent, CIcxK' Buililinir. ANUWAKKANTaS IIOIIUIIT fe SOU) at ('InclnnAti auotitlone. or lorateil In Iowa. Kita, Nt'lrakA, or Mltiuiirl, hj VJiAX A. I I. A BR IS, mhS Ttilrtl etreet. CHEAP TARM. I 00 Al:"Ksi 10 ""lo rr"lu til. oityim- v" proved, orrhanl. .orlnirs, Ao. 15 ncrefl timtier, and -JA aerea hottoln. Pi ice .4V per acre. Koralrty (.'HAS. K. CLARKK, aiht Real Kstiite Agent, sit street. FOR SALE. OH 000 ArKKS of Lt""i in Illinoion 0J )J JJ or near linen of H.tll (tonus, eoinprl iIdr Improved Farm nod wild lau.U. To thu-te IiavIiir small (Arms In this section, that will sell At A Komi Jrst-e, I would t.y sell, end go where you vaii cet A Urge trAct vi Und At a low Iirh-e, And where you will hnvii equnlly good m ar tels. ALSO, 10,000 Acres well sole clod La ml, in Missouri, both Vim quality And title of which I will KUtrnutee. For snleor exchange for olh er property , on the moxt desirable terms. ALSO, A Buiall but ohoiuo Farm in ('lark County, well improved, will be Hold chenp, and city property taken In part payment. Al'MJ, A Kna Uo on Ludlow st., between 4th and 4th, 118 by m ft. alley uack. ALSO, Ortrden Lots of 7 acres each, on the Hirer Koad, near the city. ALSO, A 3 Htory Hriok liusincss House, on Jefferson, between 3d aud 1th ate., ami a desirable residenueontVth st.. bet. Main ana Ludlow. ALSO, Fine impuved I'ropurty in "Miami City," and "lt-yton View la tracts of trout I to 16 acres. All for sale lhai by C1S. 1. CLARKE, feb'Jt Real Ksiate Affeut, C'ietfK' Building. Manhattan Fire Ins. Co, (IHOOBFORATED 1821.) OFFICE, No. OH, Walt fit., N. Vi CASH CAPITAL. CASH SURPLUS, saso.ooo. S123.000. Insures Buildings, MBTclianoisa, Furniture, Vessels In Fort 1.111I thulr Cmrsos,aail o t hfr property agalnat loss or UAUiAge by tlta. D1KKCT0K& W. P. Palmar, Kamuel t. Molt, Riifll. L. forj, Wil liam y. Moll, fcilwln U. Momao, William W. I'ux, Klchanl Ttarb, t'etrr Coojirr, Tliumas Barrou, Hotxrt B. ill.turu, Mosua Taylor, Thin. W. fear all, llriiry ICIl.worth, Augustus 11. Wanl, Jamrs Collrs. Miloev Manoo. L. f uarrx. John Caswell. Juhu Mewaru, Joint C Urven, Klu It. Crotikvr. WILLIAM PITT PA1.MKH, Hre.ldut. Andhbw J. aaiiTlf, averatary. L'HAS. K. CLAHKK, Agent, aprl. C'legg's Bulldinii, U si. MERCHANTS' Insurance Company, OK IfAKTKOHI), CONN. Capital, $200,000. DIRECTORS. Mark Howard, 3. Woodruff. (Prsit Woodruff 4 Beach I. Co.) Jamas Hollar, (Of 0. II. Northam t Co ) kj. Kooartt, (Of Honey., ttouarla A Moodw in.) Guy H. Fhalus, (Sac'y. Conn. Ufa Int. Co.) Timothy rJueldoo, (Contractor and lluilder.) James P. Fouler, ( Prent. Mich's' Bar. li.nk.) HIdo.r A. Whits, (Of Hpsnoer, While Co.) uoarlet r. Hlllyer, ( fr.it. Charter Oak Bank.) Klij.h 11, Owsu, (Uf Day, Owen 4 Co ) tlomer Blaootmrd, (Or II. Blaiiohard A Co.) Richard D. llubtiard, (State Attorney.) M. M. alerihuaa, (Of J. A M. Merriuian.) Wiiktm L. Collin.. (Or Collins, llrotbtrs A Co.) W. Ii. D. Callander, (Cashier of state Bank.) niAita. iiuwahu, rri. I. K. THOMAS I.ORDKI.I., Suc'y. Aipltcatloua reneiveil tiy CHAD. B. CLARKE, Agent, Third street, llAton, Ohio. Would refer to N. II. Durst, Eq (of Darnt & Herchelrode ) lulio Lytle, f.Bq.ol ferrine, l.ytle A bhaw ) and other merchante, who are acquainted with the busiiiess men of Hartford. nilm- Irving Fire Insurance Co. (IHCOBFOBATED 1U1.) OFFICII Kt O, Wall atrvet, N. V. OA8H CAPITAL, 9200.0 . Insures Bulttllniri. Furniture. Merehaurii... V....I. m run auu iiu'ir i.arKoe., aim oilier uroiHMty aalust loae or damaKe by lire, oa favorable terms. 1)1 KKt TOUS. Mason Thouiusou. William Nlelaon. John B Hllli. er,J Ca.tree, Vanderlillt L Bu.lon, Beujanilu I n.ri,.oun siiott. ell, Aliranas. SI Blulnfer, Thomas Christy, Win Hadfurd, Julin Homer, Kilvauus N Ward, Charles Uurkhalter, II Alonzo Cu.lini.ii, Wm Oakley, JohuU. More, John B Hubby, Wm P Jackeon, nun.i, l..D.tniCXIIIII.I i.iun.iizie. L'hal. StlliiTi., lav id Smueou, hi i:illi.. n. Joaeph ;Ho.ers, John II betimuw, llavid Oaaieou, ruier v i.oiuus, ntepneu wray, wrlicnt (.lilies, la. vid B Mo.ea, John Ueaaou, Freilerlilk llornbv. Cyrus Kliai.li, l.aae Udell, Uela S. Biiuire. Willi. ill ri ( or win, J Wad. worth, Wm. t'erdun, H A Kor.jlh, aud andChas i'holuson. MASON THOMSON, President. Maktin L. Cuowri.L, Heuretary. CHAS. K. CLARKE, AK.nt, aprl lleas's BulldlUK, Hilid st. Mourning Oooods. Hlaok Tauartine Cloth,' llluek Urenadine Iieraee, niaok Bilk Grenadine, . lllaok Byadere Herage, Dlaok lierag Bob, Black French Lawne, Black French Organdiee, Good atoek Mourning Prints and Oinghain, at th CASH STORE of apr JOHN, VAN DOHEN and CO. WANTED I A 0(M)D Cabinet Ware and Furniture Var A alaher and finisher wanted. To a aret-elaae werkwan sternly einilo)ment will be Riven, on ap .iw.nra w im rwwMH. nan .uwu " O. R. KSHIC H, nhM 14 St., east ol ths fost ooe. j FircmcVs Insumnccc Co. or it avion. CAPITAL, . $200,000! HaarJ . Dirrrtrr, fnr 185. . CRAtaKi, ANnnKw aw.r. V. WINTKMS, IIKNKV IIFflMAN, DANIKI, KtKFKR, U. K. MRAD, W, L. DARKOW, 8AMITKI. M K.I II A 1,1,. HhftKl SrUUDARD. I K A Ha, If rff.lml s-ivlng to the ii,iiN the troiihlp of enininl rr-newl., n1 m.terUlly -he.ii. iilntth. sual ullaiuranm ua Hits litrfS eU.t uf l""i'r,1J ana Third, up .l.lr. 8. CRAIOIIRAD, Pret't. ra Uf I m .... IIARTFOUD, CONN. CjllV Iil'O I llQIiril llf M II U 1 1. MI I UIICU miiiiiii'i.. l.w.utA.M in- IIAHI fOiai.tll.N.N. p.i in c.pit.i. " 29o"om Surplus, 58,331' Aetata Januarw lt lnna fairm otv ..oi, .January Aai, J.U59. 11)300,331 Thi. Comp uiy li...iiiplpil wllh the laws of the several atalrs, In whli h It la .l.ili. hu.lnv.a. C. C. WAITE, Hso-y. C. B. B0WKR1, Prei't. Western I?r.inch Ollice, Cliicn'o, 111. thrnuh whli-li all thr liti.lni-.s uf the Company la the Western, Nortli-Weatern aud S.iuth-Western ninie. i. iraiLiiutrit. W. B l.dUSMIIDRY. Oenrral Arerit. I Kr.lillne . M. PHICs:, Aa.lsl. Ueneral Aleut, ( In Chlearo. l'r l,,r,.r,,.,.ll,. ii. ...... .... .. . ... . .irnni i.i in. alt. r. of tlm Company and follile. of lu.uranre, i-i'-i da vie a cuppt. Axents for IMytun and vicinity. mhS-tjylM A.MMMCK&CO., (KUieestor to J. K. Croa.,) IIubvod Building, Dayton, r-KKPS ounnUtitl- on Hand, nt Whulole TIM. J...H I A Prta...l amo, a inre variety of CooltinK. Frlr. Dlnlnr Roitm a nJ hox Sloven, luch ai b Lockwood's Economy, T 11 I U .? r.Ul'IMIIMIM , 1)1 AD KM, IUWIN AIU TKJIIT ALSO lea Cb.sta, and Ic.berg Refrigerator. Water t'nnlere, lot Cream Kiei-jrri nnd tllthlnr TuhB. Ilf Mil .IlKIIM .It.l .i . , " - - ...... ....-n. ntmtr al'llll nurtnu'lit ol Kitrhen, Paiilri, l-anu.lry and Hairy Utensils. ri'mrei l no -vua i.ivs KTL v IJ X J i.1 l r Pit till ) an.l laeipl nt Inn. nf .... I .1 1 .. Aii itnicn iiiuiiiUiiij rti.t,'Hf. nut. i.ruiulitly i.t- .e:;,,,.,. A. w.H.tl: atyo. . !i- f 1 ai' 1 i. in 1 1 11 n'- GKNTJ.EMKN'S Furnishing Goods!!! New, Xovol, Elegant and Useful. A large lot of those indispensable article just re ceived. The HOYS that mischievous class, who rear their clothe I have no doubt will call and sea me, as year of experience ha. proved to them that I can suit their juvenile tnstesi and if there is u boy inside or outside the Corporation, who ha not worn my JACKETS and PANTS, I wish to ice him, and thoroughly rcnovato hi. external ap pearunco, by dressing him up in a suit of my well-fitting garments. Parent, are re epectfully invited to exumine the goods. My stock of Oentleraen'i Wear i oao of of the most complete and beautiful in the market. Call and examine the Latest Styles. W. G. BREZNE, aprt- No. I, MiiIq streeti Dayton, Ohio. Milliners & Merchants IJK8IKINO ( HOICK NKW 8TYI.KII IIP RIBBONS, THIMMING9, BILKS, TLOWERS, Cliibroitlfl'lt'N, White t.ootl. rioivrri, SUA WLS, PARASOLS, MANTILLAS, LACE GOODS, Ac, Will do well to examine our assort ment before purchasing, our stock comprising tho largest and richest assortment ever ofiered in tho mar ket, n largo portion of which is of our own direct importation. W. P. DEVOU & R0CKWO0D, fmportere ami Wholomle Dealerg In Rf Ik fsooili, liuti Airaiiutfigtureriot JUtiiitmuandatrHw UcmiiU, 83 and 85 Pearl-street, CINCINNATI. mh3i-!imdaw E. A. & T. MORE UIO 3D STIIEET. STATIONERS, BINDERS. aiiknts or Star Mills WUITING PAPERS. Wall Papers." WE would invite tho attention uf buyer, to our SI'HINU STOCK of Paper Hanging, Decoration., 4c, Which Is now very eomplele. We deliver pai-ka- - " huui wuniao, ill ani iai i in ine ciiy. I" " DUaolullon Notice. rPHE partnership heretofore existing he--B- twuen the undcr.icned. Is thi. ilav dissolved by mutual eouaeiit. 'l ite business of Ihehrm will be .ettled tiy the senior uiemlier, J. Lelmtisberger, to wlioiu aooouul. may uepald,and who will si'ttliithe Wile. J. LKBKNKUKHUKH. l'rS a. l.tullul.li, t'li'ur Uio li'iick 1 THE uuderslirned will continue the Clothing- limi ne.. In all its branches, at (he old stainl, oil id ..m,uu uuu, pmi oi in. i riiirai nana, lie re. i turns hi. thams lo all his patrons for their liberal I uatronaae heretolore. and de.lrea to liilorm tlumi. I And scores of uew ones that he la better than ever prepared to aocuuiiiiodate theuiand theareatpubllo, with a lull alack ol Randy Made ClothtuK. of even de.cl llition. (lent.' Kurnl.hliie (;iiimI.. etn. S-lle has hif h oollare, te stand up.and straps to kei'iiduwn thiu-e who are inclined to rise too blah 1 In a word, he ha. overy thing; lu the (Jlotliliief Hue, which the public inny deeiie. "Clear the Hack, M.bbtt.!" aprs-tf JOSKI'H I.KBKNKBHH(;KH. Dwelling House to Rent. ON First street, west of Ludlow, lately oo eupled by Joehue Rhodes, eontalnlni 1 Hooais, with Stable aud larae Uit. Inquire of . U. Sullivan, III 9d street, or st his olHceou Idstreel, west ol the rhicllps House, piS-lsi i.i I'l l r MVV lMi.itf ij rsv-n .-in iSr-h-" AVitakntanaa I m I A a 1L. . -a . - tins : It... Folli T.. rV...o.. Of All elrei, leierltlnne An.l ptlce. Theee Art of SSrlirn-rlS'Sri'sS .mail ipian.lly tell to ,,oodmlv.nM '' y ICKBERO llKKftTflKllATfiTl. 1 1 JOSH OMNtil:,., . ,, e.hnnwn t ,h, Whistle tun (toller l.refrliliifr, in the most work- I mttiilikf'niinner, and nt .liurt uullto. ' - I I j i ! I j , . LEGAL NOTICES. j r ".. mih, chiiiiii in ivioniirumort. .ml !.( nl i H.lil nrortv liu hr.n aiiir.l..il at a, ton. anil ' Iwo-UHtU. of aa Sr- i i mill .A Z nie n ii in SlXmml 1 , J'HN m;oTT, ofSu,Wr,orrr, of uJtfl ZZo. i'.SEa".!"'-""--' '.. Ul'itMJAiN r in an ordor of the huperior 1 iLlTSZXX'lXXllXR 1 Aridity, April 29. 1859, IiaIuhaii th hm.H ..r i ... i .u.ui. Muairr Comiulat.iotier'w Rule, IM'itMUAVT to an orier of the Xoper.r A rnqrl nf MonUmnery tountr, Ohio, to nel. reetnt, I will ' tin Friday, the 2.'th day of April, Ifl.W, At the dnornl the ourt tlntit, In the Cl'y rr tun. n il rat puMIc 011 tor v to the hlihent hlililr-r, he-iwcr-n I he hmiii of I .ml 4 oVlorlt, P. M.of nlililiv, thr followiri. iliticrllird K.l k.t.it. .lln.ia tn 11.. 'rw in) Min, pouni .l.T,''". ,",,h' T""es' t the mil nf Jun.- I MHr.niiiHQ, ..ih.i milium "linm. "is. m K. JOHIlAN. AUll Mnter Comntli.toner Umhixmi ataunu, Atl'ta. for r-l.lnlirt. I mhiS-ilawts "' ' O. Maater Commlaetoner'a Bale. rrancla A. Lio.l, luiierlor Court, Ail.m Kt.nf. ...I .b t ! Pl ,W,JAN r to n order ol th.Huperior! j A Courlof Montromerv eounty, Ohio, meilelr. the .hoeie. at It. Krhmarv term. IKH. anil In m. ill. ri-otiMl, I will otn-r at putillo aurtlcm al the door of VX'tin' ,h Friday. Apiil iU, jsjll, ....-. ......-,...,, , . .u rior.r.pl.ors.ii ',' "".""wmr irt. miit tenements: .Itiiate in lhaenunly of Hoiitsouerr. and Koiivrn And dvarrltwul as lot Nn. ttiare (:i ' " 1 I I.li In .ertlnn iKlr.ii ii. i i.. ii... .i.i of th. town of v.i " in y of .MoiitKomerr, bi lni thi' same premise, thi. 'iiineyiMl h the eie.'iilur. of Hat Id llawthorlieAlid t 1 fta ... i.ri.iiFtiirr III said Knnts. lien. I. In ha ..id on a Imlrment In fnvov A Lloyd, vi. Ail. ill KiiiiIi ami Aitmh 1 l ,e elKivr priH-rty has turn appmiM il at r1'1'' ""'"''eil ami Iwilteilnllaia, ami canniit lie sold : "r if-., man iwa-imnia ol the aMiral.eit valiia I '""' "sle, tA.ll. N h. JOHIlAN, Master f'nmini..i,.iia. I" ...'....J 'lo. or ftmierlop f'i... nl XI .... . n.u luv.U.M. All l, lilt nai.Ull ! jnhM-uawts " ... i No- ln2- ;Superl r Court of Montgomery County 0hl- j MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, jllerliertH. Williams, t. Warren Warner and others, PUU.SU A NT to an order of the Huperior A tourlof Monteonierr roiintr, l,lo, loinedi - reeteil , will sell at puhlfo ..,oll.,n at thed,w, the 1 SfSiJA0 tin, city of Day ton, In said county Haturday, April, 30, I8.M, i between the hoiitiof 1 and 4 o'cloc r. VI th.rnll.iu.. ' 1 ,n ' M na land, and tenemental situate In llieeomity of ! Montromerv. anil State of lihl.t in fli. ......i.. . I iiwnrr oi irrnun inimoer nve, rownone.ranre alx, ' l e..r, ao., ann ae.i?nrieil as rnllowm Bei leirlniilnv.in Ih. , aoiiin line oi "am sernon, Al t.le soulli-weat corner ... ., . ... .. . . H ..... t,i iineii-j . iiiiir acre 11 forty-eight poles lo said HI i inenre b.. o w. ib-7 no , 'to K.fwtv-eevenAntiothtv.flvehiiiiilrt(ltrin.4'H ttl th .iturh linn nf a.. I.I .nIlnn. I. su J n IS-7 'leN to Hie til no of beKlmlnr AiiprniiiMi at iuu, nnn enniiut im' Haiti ror levi thAn twii-thlrd. of the appraised I aiue. Term, oi Sale. in. ii. ; N.id lot eontatn. Hi-a uwl with. knu .n.l aii... I Maatar Commisslonsr s Bala. DuviJ A. Wnrchnm, Superior (!otirt, j y. V o. 1101. Aleinder Swnynie, et. al. j iiny tl,.fullowlii Ha1 Kftale. to wit: Ixt No. ima I U.'oniml.elonereKiumliitedl.y the Cnm. Pleas Courlnt H Rill 1 1 tlfll OH Ills 1 1. fill 111. tit malrsk liaslkllnn r.f tt.A rl.-.gli.s tfimrrinn rynnnm moniyoni. ;,.7rir.';i! Miit,ami running b k tottir i.nkoKrip-iii.Sud Hiv- er Kill Roail, In a d MontKoiuery euunty, Oltlo(con- tninliiK tlvenoreN auiI one tiuutlred una twentv nnli. KaUipropertrlitobeioMoni.Jutlffment In favor et. Ml. The abeve proierty hu been funrniinet at ""! rti i raj rllralll . raKnlllNt AlfrXAllucr OWRVIIie. ettf"1.''! and cannot he .old for les.thsutwo-ihtrilB of the appraised value. Terms of .ale, Cash. N. E. JORDAN, Master Coiiinilastiiner of miierlor Cotirtof Montgomery Count)-, Ohio. M. H UuTTimmu, Att'y fur Plaintiff, mtrjb-diiwts HOT1CB James W. Lowrey, l'lalntltl, vs. "1 Stato ol I M on t o . r ('ounty Nu J court, ulvl Ohio, Reuben llagenhuuh, Defendant o in e ry Nuiierlor ilrll lat'n T IIB said Dofendant i. heroby notified that J- thenlalntltrarureaalilha.Hl.il Ma iM.tltl.in in said Court, aaklng a judgment against said defend ant on his two promlsory note., to wlti One for lo6,with ten per ecu t.lulere.t iroui May 16th, IbftT, and a Imlanoe of ai'JS ou another, with six lie cent. Interest on enld lialanee, from February 17, 1867. And the said Defendant Is notltted that lie Is re- Jiulred to appear and answer said petition on or tie ore the third Saturday alter the 10th day ol Muv. A. D.liioS. JAMKS W. LOWKKY. Br (Jli.nrRT Kekmeov, his Altorner, apre-HlawSur NEW WARE ROOMS! Cor. Main and4thsts. Plain and Fashionable FU1INITUKE! bofua, Cluilrs,Tullr8. Vliul.utii. lldalcnl, WunIi NIiiiiiI, Hut Itncka, Itureaua, Ac. AT REAS NABLE PRICES I WOULD SAY TO AM. INTERESTED, A that I have the best aisoi traent of 1'arlor and Chain tier Kuits In this city, nnd would Invite you to call and see for yourselves, and at as low rates aa they cau be obtained elsewhere. MBDAIiIiION PARLOR SUITS, IN ROSEWOOD (SOLID) AK, WALNUT, Upholstered In reps.wlth rich, Medallion Centres. Also, In Brochnteile end Hair Ciuth. Also, Chamber Suits, in lloietcood, OAK and VAI.NUT,oomp!ete Attapo's What Note, of the tlneet order. I wou'd aay in conclusion that they are manufac tured tiy myseir, and would tic pleased to have you come andaeeniy stook of Furniture, whether ou buy uruot. 0. P. BOYER, apr Corner of tth and Main streets PAimCULAU NOTICE M. OHMER HAS UKCENTI.Y ADDKDTWO ROOMS to bit tor. to his store. CORNKR OP MAIN AND 20 BTS., Where he kar onhand, aud will for the future seep, the following euuuiurated articles, la addltlun to his former stucat a . Uosewootl,Oak A Walnut J oanopy Uedntoiids, ltoeewuud, Oak auJ vVuluut lligh Head Italian lled.tuada. Kuscwoud, Oak an 1 W'alitt Law Head i staiiua ueuateada. Bureaus, Stands, Ao., to All out Cham ber Seta, Fine Book Casee, aud Ettagtrea, Fine Oak and walnut. Hide Boards. M I l It O 11 S ! Oval, very large, heavily curved Brie gilt, Arolied, " " " " " Squurn, of all sises and kinds, " ALSO Mahogany tnd Walnut Mirrors. Parlor Sets. 1 FINEST OF ItOSKWOOD, J WAL NJJT S 0 FA S,CHA lltS, TAMES ,de. Six Different Kluds of Bat Racks. All kinds of Bureaus. Tables, Chairs, ete., always on hand. All ol the above cheaper than ever, at M. (liiMKH'a, apr Corner aUlu and led streets. I. N. WINTER, Merchant Tailor, NO, 113, MAIN BTKKKT, Btwu 3d and 4tb sta Dayton, 0.t r PARKS thin method of Informing th9 buw la hte iu,ilu xtut wvivkl K.ojfiat workutfn. nut. Ut ho U prtiiriMt to lunke to ortlt'r, in tho brit tulsjuf llltf traU.,u4 MSOtillDK to the oikolfo-liiou- tfin cut, Uvitttamcn't tlothtisg cf 11 KliuU. he We.rrMtttie.il hla work to iv prfot atla(ctlon, aa4 MapetftfuUf aotlclta a UbMitl ahftr at pit Ml p4tuu$e, prteiJw ..... ...... Maatar Commisslonsr s Bala. I ! I 1 I I ! 1 i I Inti thenr.e N. a w. ! a':,oer.hrr.TLh,er,tofV." i !:-.. , ! i ! I 1 I j I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 I 1 2 I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 4 d 1 1 2 4 It i t Aapte,;'; . ... i , . vltlt ISr. 1OPSklllS, i BSfil kxcbkukdthk 8UP. 1 LY, an.l lietng now I'KKI'A Ii KI) TO 5 ML' '0 '1LIA" r".' four As have boon demanded by othor machine. I? "i? "ii mPan" r0W" ) UUWlIIh llcLUIlin6 J uiuy, hi me ciasa oi people, wlio linve Lean neither wii.mnii nor New Arrangement. - , CIIIMBGRLAIN k PARKER, IS CONPEyrKNCrc Or HKTKATED A solicit. Hon., have rmulnyetl aa EXPERIENCED CUTTER, tneres aud v r. t i n u n i Aail are fullv pri'iipared to supply anv want In the CUBTOM DEPARTMENT. Ami Just received a Ume and tpleeilld stotk for 3 P H I N G TRADE, Of KEN AHD BOY'S READY MADE CLOTIIINQ ! ! A Nil I. ,.1 in : 1 t utmmnK VJT003S. Which are onVrvil at -WI10I.E3AI.K AN 0 RETAIL., tow nj cnri be l'nri'h-4: A j Patent Yoke Shirts, A Sujierlor Flttlnj Artirle, found at -"Amnr;nuAIIV and PArlKKH'S SI. Third atreet. ' " ' - '"A Stitch in Time Saves Nine." U THK HIMriiK ANNtlliCKM KNT THAT A we have a Maohtne In every way eq.ial to the lMrc T'liioo Mnnlilnmi ' T irS-LlubS 1M IC 111 II t S, AT THE VKRY LOW PRICE OP !h r a . .1-. .. ...... ... , , ,,, . ..ntntiitAh ii i... ...i : ery plan, where) it lias heen introduced, has renJero'' ' ""necessary (will, , ' .. mm. iinun ru in ev tllfl limited lueflnfl Wfl tlftva had far ennnlv. uio iiiiiiio'i nienns vr. nnv. Iiaa lor supply- 1 !.L ll. l . i .r J ft " AVn. v.inriici wiiii jniH;uiiieB,; io auvertisn lo THE DEMAND neitlier aiilr to pay sui.'li HIGH PRICES i'ir inn rmnKlli innUtUtft nt i 111 ndel- ""J PLACED A T THE 11 E A of nut m point ol niprir. and h 8 rcoeived n THE FlKcT rRFMlIIM w . Over nil others, at the Stnto Kuir. of Illinois antl VYiscoiisin, and all oniEn fairs at which ittia been exhibited, (tie ' sui(iasi:d jjv kone In beauty, simplicity, durability, quantity and quality of work, and is, in u word, tiik Machine for the People. ve dopend on QUICK SAMiH AND S1AL1. l'liUI'llh, and havo therefore piaoea it at THE LOWE3T F03SIBLB PRICE. ' Call and examine before purchnsing olaoi where, at HALKSHOOM, In nivlodcou RuildiiiKN, CINCINNATI. W- E BRAMAN & CO. N. B. Person, at a distance can roly upon having nil order promptly filled with Warranted Machine: and full directions for use. ' r-Responsible LOCAL AGKNTS wanted In nil parts or the West and south. uiliSI ODD FELLOWS' FAIR ! Dayton Lodge No. 273, 1. 0- 0. F. Will held a Fair fer the benefit rthe THE LODGE, AT BECKEL'S HALL, COMMESCINO ON . AND WILL CONTINUE BIX SIGHTS. CELEBRATION . or rra 40th Anniversary Or TH f INSTITUTION OF I. O. O. P IK TUB 1'NITKD 6TATKS, ON APRILflS. 1859. $1000 vTortli of Goods wiMi un sold von the Benefit or THS Dayton Lodge, No. 273, L 0. 0. F. DAYTON, OHIO. Fine Gold, Hunting Kag. Levor Watch, Hit) 00 Fine, full Jeweled, I H curat Lever Watch, 7 1)0 fine lull Jeweled IH caret guldl'aeed L. do. 60 00 Large gild, hunting ease Lever Watch, (0 00 Bilvur, llunling case Oujilex'Wutca, 40 00 Silver, huutiug ohm Lever Watch, 'lb 00 Silver hunting urns Lever Watch, 20 0 0 Diamond Hiuu, 35 00 Diaiuuad Breut l'in, Ii 00 Build, Hold Lookel Kiuger lllng, ' 10 Oi But tine enamelled Outf Hint, at 14, 8 no Fine, heavy ladies' gold Chaetilatne Chain, 30 00 Bet Cameo Studs and r'leeve Buttons. o 00 20 00 U 00 AO 00 60 00 16 00 ui no 16 00 10 00 10 00 a 00 4 00 40 00 12 00 16 Oil 0 00 10 00 16 00 Id 00 16 00 l.'i 00 10 00 16 00 16 00 a oo 13 00 10 00 10 00 20 00 22 00 T 60 1 U lleavy, sulid Buup Ladle, Bet silver TuLle Knivo., st $12, r'anoy silver Tea Bet. Fancy silver changeable Castor, Fanny silver t'nke likt, One juuuib Cl'ivk, Hlght day Lever Clock, gilt frame, French 0oiul Clock, No. 1, French fancy Cljik, Nu, 2, French fani-y Clock, No. 3, l'rom.h fauny Clock, No. 4, Large gotd Uraoblets, Fair larice, line painted Braoelets, i-'cir large line Coral Lrucelete, I'ilr Ualr IlraoeleU, Coral, double soil Uracelrt, (lold Keoklaoe, with gold orape, (lold Lava sea, Fine all gold set, Onld Lava set, whits, Cameo set. Fine all gold set, set Oy.ter Forks, al It, Hpuonhandle Butter Knives, at tl, Fine gold miniature Ureaslpin, Fine all gold Ureaetplu, . Coral lireastplus, at 16, Curoeo Hretmtpins, at $6, I. 0. 0. F. Breastpins, at ft, I. 0. 0. F. Bow and Arrow l'lns, Letter U's, solid gold, at II, tm api It I I lu , A rt- berin.i7nt t'""' y ere,Mor,i.ii Hii., m,i "'""' r-a'n'.lllSrrJ'r:; "'' incttl.nt 10 irmntt-M, m initiNl vvfUDPii, nntl nvrvuui nm ohi.it. i .,ii,.iu QOlIBTIIINa NEW, mm Til K Antrtmstm Caelnr, nr llntiea Keep er's Krien.t, la tlmply a Hevnli Itife i -..tor, i'n a numher or flairs or Fans att.trheti pin.liii-liiK a plea.Mnt rnrrent iH air ariitililvi's awny thr tile, iinl tnect.the lie. fa ol the llllinrr '1'nl.ii'. 'I lie prk.'i-. do not etreeil tluit nf the uriliuary la. to nniv nn ealiihltion and lur sale at "HIIKItWdUDfl," SI'J Third ilierl. N. Tlilt will he fniinil an Inialuahle .n;ile in the tlrk ruuet, lur rminliiK and ki-i-pine nil lllt a. mine NEW. GOODS. BEAUTIFUL, MCII &0IIASTFJ. Jt'ST receivinl n frenli invuien of the, lnti-xt ami nevet nl.lr. of ,l w w vt H v, ofevny ile srrlptlon, sultatile lur the s)irliu- tra.lr. at "SHieiiw txiD's." intiSO uvi Th rd street. Time, Time, Time! mil .... . I 11 1 . uny rceeiveil another lino nsenrlment 1 of nol.l and silver UAtehss, wllh Iil'Pl.tA I'KTAt'HKD LUVhH.and Kwl.t rum enitnl B, liom me most celrlirntcd ninkrtM, at "SHKnwonlvs," j!j "lijlhlril .Iriet. Silver Ware, Mlatert Wftrr. AN entire new ami emnpletn nKanrtnient uf every artltle Millahle lur the Tal.ie, at 'MIIKHWllllll'N," " '' l street. PROPOSALS Vyil.l. be reneiveil hy tlia unJerHincJ up V f Ui April Sth for irnundi or rnmnds and liull.l Inirathereou.rlrellil) lucnti'd In tiii. rlty, tin a lrtr(i i futill.hiae and KI.IIi.u.tv i loiurtermor yeara, or penietu tl, or to sell. Ample room and ruoil iKht will lie required. InloruAtlon oan he had touctilnt: the mailer or . ... . C. Killl.KV, nhSS-dtf Chalnnan ul C (Jnurn'tl and liazette pleme copy.) IN HAMILTON FOR A FEW DAY3 AMI ' wir.ii munnTi.Y r.i: ix davtov 'THOSE WHO AltK SICK AM) CON. sliltreil lncnrnl.il' wlio are sullerlnir with p:iln, andcau tlnd no rellel lor hmlv ... i.ii,..( u.i... ... crippled with Imnhil., rheuiuiitlun, or frmii any otlier iu wlio have hern Riven up In tlielrphmi claiiansinruralile, and liemnd the ri ai li ul miilii iii mu, ii. ve now an uppot-l unity ollr aw..i7.nt,jr, mat 111. iniporiaut Ulicniciy In tlie nil plication and adaptation nf rlecti 'Icily to the hu man organism, will restore 1 1. . in to lu iill h . It l no matter of experiment, doubt uor uncertnlnlt ,as hp has cured multltudre sullrriiur I i the al live dis eases, even In the most hopplnts conilitlou, ntlerall other known remedies had fulled. He mnkes no compromise with the stomach in way nl medica tions, but relies selely mi Hi,, vllnllini' nml all ooutrollliig power electricity, which erauicalee from the e j stem every vestine of disease, nnd tilings It Into a condition ol health nml i iKur. lir. c lui portant discovery In diagnosing ilincimc hy elecli ii nl contact, as well nshls niethoilnf application, Is Un- -known to medical men, and all others, ricept tlie fsw who have been InslrUJted by htm. As the agent he employs l universal, eott is alike applicable lo all disease. 1 he di-eased of boilj and luinil are In vited to call and witness the astonishing cures it la eueounB, ireuuenlly In a single appllcatlrn. lu- UDUUUIIIII w III liuse wlsliliig to learn thismmlu oi practice. nilil-l ivilniv to V -a a to ed H a t3 m a a o O w o o o p w K o 1 o o fa o l r-M r e r 1 G m s rt Hi U eQ n 0 Hi E 2 FOR THE SPRING TRADE ! ! A cwiPi.mn ASNo.t rni r JI'BT OI'KNKII AT Ths New Stono Front Store Room. 170.299 SECOND fiTBEFT. IJy ANUKKW CtlMP. mhJS Wood and Willow Ware, HOOSH F0RNI3HINQ- GOODS, Children' C7iO''r., Fancy llnArt.i, LOW C. US, (1I15S, AO. IMPROVED CARPET BWEEPEItSAo. Just Opeutnl at No. 2'J'J Ski'oni) Sthhkt, Skoonu Vi.mik ml'W ANDnKW (JUMP. ljricullitritl Toofs, Langdons' HAltDWAHK ST0UM!! AMKS' Cnst Stnnl fSpadea, do do do Miovels. Cast Steel I Iocs, 4iirlfii Tiotu'lii, do Knkrs, Mi'cl&lroii, liny A Il ii ii tire forks IIj1k! Miein e, k'rislti.iie Wl.i.i... Cast Steel Picks, Mattocks and mirl New Patent -Revolver. ' FOH SAI U Al' LANODON3' HARDWARE BTORE THIS I'iatid is tho linlitcut mie in the world that has force. Weight nnlv Ten Oumes; Is loadod quicker than other I'l. tula nr. a......i, i. sure to lire under all circumstances No injury la caused tu the Arm or Aiiiuiiillou by ailnuliig It lu remain loaded any leiurlh oi time. It .i,.,,.i.. Itaeonstructlnu that It I. nut liable to gel nut uf order. Is JM-rleell, sale to carry. 1 he cj Under hi. hi. seven shot. two more lhan other small I'l.lnl-. apre NOTICE. OUR Customers, bavins; unsettled accounts with us, will please observe, I ht we have reduced business Mrli tiy lo (a. Ii) And being desirous to close our books at the earliest purllhle period, would ask the attention ul all loan ImMLUIATI: SgTTl.KMfcKT. JOHN, VAN DOKUN A CO. March '11, long. Corned Beef. ANKJKartlcle for sale cheap, at the Patent Pie surVAtory, Ktiatern Market tlmiso. l'r NTUVKH k I'l'I.At'M. PRIME FRUIT. HOXKS, frnsh nnd sweet Ornnens, mid M a new supply of oilier choice fruits, lu.t received by W. ii. lUlANDbNHIIIKl end CO, P Third slieet. For Sale. SIT.ENDID Young Dark Irun (Iroy Horse. IS hands high. 3 ALSO A fhailou Bus),new. Termseasy, Jnuulreof (JICoHOK (ilLUknT, l.biuo Sttre, No 73, east .Ids, Jettemm street,