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OHAI7GB H. E3PICH,
Wholesale nil Retail Denier in PURN1T1IRB, CHAIRS AND UATTRA88B81 ALL OP HIS OWN MANUFACTURE, DISTINCTLY UNDERSTOOD THAT I KM.l. mmiu.mi iiui K, for home trade, end will sell I HKAPK t WISH IT 1 gnod, entwteetlel work .r tha latest Fn.tern (Hrl, AM. WT'?' i,irnln nt attention IUI to F inh VV UHI than 'other Hou.ele thi.city. , ..i . ciaal.oatl. and ahead of any almllare.tabll.h. HV ITACII.I I IP." Ir muiiiwf" -' - - aaenl In Dayton, I save alrea Rose Wood, M I cordially buy or ot. - vtMlUu nrllai Bull rnBis-Aft.ln have already A Foi.f. B COMfl.ITl no, -" - , Wmxl. Mahogny and Oak. . . . . .,... .K.ll,.. m i I Mr.ll.llr lvlt all to call ana ' - - - - COUNTRY DEALERS, TAKE NOTICE 1 i - ......l. ... sits a acrrta article of Medium and Cnmmn Furniture, at.d ruga, a. ton e Iwll supply " aVaaillaclnrlnit v.rT description of H.A1N vWiKK.such at Bed.teart Ii? f?k.rrI ib .andl.k...i... for th. Vt hole..,. Trade. Pleas l m m Call t W ARB BOOMS OH MAIM ST., NORTH OP "BCOW O, BAST BIDE, HO. fMUrytm Wyaaiett street, Bear Firth, Dayton, out. jelt-lydew 80 oranok . rPICH. Railroad Time Table. Train arrive and depart as follows: 4 Taunt taaT. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON DATTON lit (rata, 111, :u, 4th, a at 8,85 a 4,00 p 8, a m. 10, 3i a at. 7,li. 8,45 p B. SANDU8KT, DAYTON, CIHUHiB- DAYTON MICHIOAN. I . IB I T.6 pm I lit Trala, Id DAYTON A WB8TKRN,(T ladlaaapolli.) u 3d " flRERNVILLE A lit Train, - - I id " ; I OAYTON,XKNiA lit Train, Jd " I ad - i i.! 1-15 MIAMI, (To Indlanapolli, . 10 ami lt.tiaa. . I 5.0 p m I H t k COLUMBUS. M a i ll.Stam. 6.S0 p at I M' 110 a ( 6,10 am Closing the Mails. POST-OFFICE, DAYTON, April 11.1859. Uotil forthar " ' l tbU of- Ut"sm York, PMlad.lpMaend Haw Baglaad Sum, daily, eicept Soaday, . . K0lnela.ll,6.. B'. " "J! ad Southern BtaU., dally, eaeapt Saaday, at 7 V0.t o Pdzin., 0., da..,.. i- . r, I .ft tt 1& A. M. Vet Miemlihorf.Oarmaatown. Franklin, Hb Uion, K 0., A d CoaaanTllla, I... daily, ..- l.io! cUT.l.nd,0., a.d Miohijaa, daily, axo.pt 8" H'M1'- Cembrldf?. C.ntr.T 11... India .apoli., I..," M P""' - " 8-M ""Vw Or..nTlll., O., Union City, WiDekt.r Moa'l. .ad Jay oounty, d.lly..xoept Sunday VoSrTtoy"o.loton,Plqa.8ld..y.dSt.M.. ryi.O.i and F Wayna, fad., d.lly..xpt8un- Moion?W. Mllto. aad Jjrkj,.. Ta..daT. Thnrd.y and Saturday, at 7.30 A. M. TV.r J.kLwilta. N.w Ubano. d Wt Alaxaa dria, oa Tua.day, Thur.day and Saturday, at T.S0 For Clayton, Center and Ludlew, oa Friday of aFh.r"ir.uoy 'aa'd B.Ub'rook, on Thr,d.y of aaoh " Koo't'r.Tm"L.bnao and Manon. dally.ei- X" VS.r- d CMh.mber,hurg. at 11.00 M. i tl,Ii. and SaturdaT. rffSLniM ; W'.dn..d.y. and Saturday- at T..10 A. K apll K. A. KINO, P. M. i i FIRST OF THE SEASON ! Tr.e Cream, Lemonade AV. II. BUUiio Fashionable Saloons.1 .Entry Day & Evening through He 1 al prepared to fv ding parti-, pic eio-i of lc . very reaaou- bl. rat. Me raeia onm. v . - . ' riur aWWIua.uv""'' Cor. 3d Main, N. Ohmar'a old atand, prill Ice Cream, Lemonade, AND SPARKLING SODA, JZTERV DAY AND EY'ENIXC, On GEOKfiG OII.UCK'S, Door East of the Post Office. tJA splendid Room, fitted up exprewly for FIRST OF TIIE SEASON ! ICE C R E A AND CAN BB BAD AT p. J. W B L T Y ' S This Day and Evening, And every Day and Evening during the aummer aeaaon, al ina coruor o, mau - . " .-.- aprta NEW WINDOAV Pa' rtEET. & WALL PAPER. Butter, Butter. TUST received at th Preiervatory, a t an goon article, rme cia. aprl, moVER A PFLAUM Bird Cages & Wire Q-oods LANQD0N3 HARDWARE STORK rMNE Intrjorted Tin Cages, Fin X Wood, do., Mocking and Red Bird do., aafea, aquirrel Cage., Wire Gridiron., Uog Bread ToaaUra, Egg Whl.pa, etc.. U., Urns aaad eereens, Wire Dlah Covert, all .lias. aaad aoreens, apri Fine Pocket and Table ClITLEBV. LAKOSOir HA1DWAKI IT0BZ. Wostenholmn' Pocket Cutlery, American Taut apr D. & P. B. SHULL, UNDER THE PHILLIPS TTAVE NOW IN STORE A XI and dadrable. took of Oeods, to which lavuatnaatu,. euyere. p WANTED I A fWIOD Cabinet Ware and Furniture f auaher and Ftadaher wanted. To a Brat-elaat workman steady employment will be given, to tha Furultiu Ware Room, of r. o. a. kspioh,. akl4 d H.,taatof tua Poatomc N BW tie tnk, U-t ZZl' I L M. BkB NEW GOODS!! SPRING GOODS! DRY GOODS, CHEAP GOODS PRETTY GOODS! Good Goods, Just Received, March 26, THOMAS SCEUCFFER, N. SO main Street, Or POSIT E COUKT nOUSE LOT. mhJ tub One Horse shoeing shop, ON THIRD STREET, A .few door Eaet of th Tout OmiR, DAYTON, 0. THE Subeoriber it now better prepared than ever to accommodate hi. old ouitomrra, and lh. ..tihllM. In tlia llorae-Shoelna; Itiilnea, In tt. vaHoii. branchea. Particular attention will be ilven to all lame hor.e., ."ch u 1,1 It hooii, and hoof-bound, and e rn. In their feet, will be cured atl(otory to tbe owner of auok hor aa, and If not, money will be relunrted. ALHO. Horw. that laterlvre will be .tiodto pre vent It, and warranted, or money refunded. He will personally .uperlnlend all work entrtMM to hi. care. Thankful for pa.t f.von, he reictfully a.k. a oontlnuanceof the patronage of hl.old cu. tomera, and will 1 happy to accommodate a. many kiw one. a. may favor Wm with a call. apr'J-dawly kvimab ir,,.munn. (Journal and Caiette eopv m.l 10 WINES AND LIQUORS. BASKETS Champagna, 10 do. Hnarkling Catawba, 10 case Bermuda Julip, 2 cask Port Wine, 2 " Sherrj do. 2 " Madeira do, 2 " Claret do, b doxen Blackberry Brandy, 5 " Cherry do, ,'i " Lavender do, 5 " (lineer do, 5 " Aromatic Schnapps, 5 " Uinger Wine, 10 bbls. Old Kve & Bourbon Whisky, 6 " Old llenneasey and Otard Brandy. Th. .hnva Llatior. aro warranted xond, or ne .ale. Famille. anil Dealer, are rviiueaKM to call and examine lor them.lve. For .ale only by the 1'ackaa nor uuttie. ih35 D. and F. B. 8HULL. . 'I- rC Ic 9 u ft ' 8 Li o a a 0 as trot 2 Z SS 0, 5 ar g. ft & m 99 Bf 1 2 si w g ul H 82 a?3 4 3? 09 i t ! S u. La. l , The Coleman Farm Mill. THE WONDER & ADMIRATION Erery Farmer HU Own Miller! QRBAT BAVINO TIMB & EXPENSE Tim ONLY SUCCESSFUL MBTALIC MILL EVER IN VENTED FOR M AKIN 3 BUCKWHEAT AND FAMILY FLOUR. Itcanberunby Horae.Steam, Wind or Water Power. Price with Slav, arranged, for lifting Corn Meal for family u.e, while grinding, Price, with Bolting Machine attached, for making Family nour, n..?lntivClrculai.oanbehad,orthemillcanbe renin operation at the offloeoi the "Coleman t Mill company," iriuuuo m8-,... . - N. Y.,whereall order, will receive prompt attention. CIOARB AND TOBACCO. 75 000 IMI0KTE Domestio 20 boxe and eaddies Tobacco, 10 gross Anderson' Solace, 10 " Bronson' Fine Cut, 2 kegs Fine Cut, for Retailing. uhM D. and F. B. SHULL, SPRING HARDWARE. LONQ and short handle Amei' ' .hoveli without handle.; .paden, m hakiug fork., hay-lork., boe., wltr handle.! gard.n hoea, garden rak' . out haudle.i German sickles, -la, tocka, pick., axe., hatchet. ,g auura, ohlwU, traoe, b' . . . l.le. a food a..ortme ' -auu kc, for aale by - A mhl-da rfltr jWN i. IRWIN, -WIN, Ti A IRON NAILS, nice Painted Cheeeo .tCALk I J a,Al An tfllow., File., Spring, Axle., in all -rletle., ana nianutaoturer. ol Stove, and 1 '' Ware by mo.t approved tern., all ol wiu-u win ue auiu outuo iuu.t rea.ou- We'erv'the .uaoeeior. of Samuel B. Brown, at old atand on the corner of Flnt and Mill Head ol tne tsaaiu, uayion, uniu. our loiuiuerj t the foot ol Ludlow aireet. Mauufucturers tic Muchloiata, win end at BROWN fc IRWIN' a general uentof Heavy Bar and Slab Iron steel, etc. Blacksmltbh, Will And at BROWN a IRWIN'S the beat of Hone Shoe, and Nail Hod Iron. File., Ha.pi, Vice., Auvlla, and other tool.. Currlageand Wagon Makers, Will Hod at BROWN fc IRWIN'S alargea.aortmeut of Dandy, Buggy and Wagon Tire, Sprlug., Hub Band., Carriage auu lire non., eio. Plow and Harrow Makers, Will find at BROWN and IRWIN'S a large of Slab Steel and Slab Iron, of variuu. Coopers, Will And at BROWN and IRWIN'S a large Hoop and Band Iron. felito-dawly Muulea, and Cutlery. HOUSE, LARGE they Var oa ap r,. K. A CARD 1 TAKE the liberty of informing the A. sen. ot Davion ana .urrounuma bu,,.,i am yet located at the old .hop, Third street, lie tne rosi umo. ") Auything you may have In th Tinning bu.lne.., will be thanknill) at thi. time, and promptly attended to. Respectfully, JAUKH ntvLLV. mhT GROCERIES SPRING STOCK BIMM & BRO.. HEAD OF TIIE BASIN, HAVE JUST RECEIVED Spring .toca, embracing In part loo Bag. Prime Hlo Coifee, 13 do Java and Mocha. Fin (tock of all alnda of Sugar. 60,000 pounds eitrs . C. Hanie. 40,000 do do Shoulders. Su,000 do do Sldaa. 10,000 lba. extra a, C. Dried Beef. 100 bu.h. .nolo White Bean.. 60 butt. aort d Virginia Tobacco, bo chant, and eaddies aaaorted Teaa. AO boa. No. I U.rman Soap. do Pure Com Slareh. a. do Salaratua. SO do Soda. so,ooo tne Cigars. It luk, Cried Peache. and Apple.. A large lot of Fre.h White Fl.h, Pickerel, aw, Coifltsh aad Mackerel. to tiki. Me. I Family Flour. POST-OFFICE, DAYTON, April 11.1859. Latest by Telegraph. Sickles Trial—Twentieth Day. WASHINGTON, April 27. Mr. OtiM concluded hli sp.ech at halfpast on o'clock. Th Court granted lb instruc tion jrj ed for by th proecution with ei planationa; and admitted aoro and refused other of th prayer by th defence. Th trio'eet attention wa paid to thia part of the nrnoeedinira. The drlena renewed th proposition to submit th ens without argument in which the Distriot Attorney concurred. At three oolock th Jury returned atuiil intense esoilement end gars a verdict of "NOT GUILTY." Th applause wa deaf, ening. The audience hur.taing and waring their hots. The Sickles Trial. TERMINATION—ACQUITTAL. WASHINGTON, April 27. Mr. Ould concluded hi Bpeech at half-past one. The Court granted the instruction prayed for by the prosecution, with explana tions, at.d admitted some, and refused others of the prayer of the defence. The defence renewed their propositions to submit the case w ithout argument, which was accepted by the District Attorney. The Jury, at 3 o'clock, returned a verdict of not guilty i the applause waKdoufining.tiicauilience huxzaing and waving their hnU. The following is a graphic description of the closing gecnoa oi me mckics trial, i ne door is opened, lKiputy Marnhal calls out Make room lor lite oury.- in iiieycome, one by one, and tako their fceats in the box. t here is a general movomeni in mecrowucu room to get a look at their faces. All re straint is forgotten. IScnches, stands and ta ble are mounted by the excited, or most venturesome. "Here they coruo," is heard hurriedly whispered on all sides. Then there are cries of "Down in front," '(.let off of benches," and "Silence in Court." It seems ininossiblo to restore order until the Judge directs the Clerk to cull tho names of the J ury when the uproar immediately subsides, and as the Clerk calls the names of tho .1 ury anc: l they respond, one of the olliccrs calls out the number. When the twelfth name is called, pin might be heard to drop. J he Jury standing; Clerk: "iwiiici nicaics siauu up, and look to the Jury. ' lomeuury: "i.U - n.n,inin.n aI ihn .Inrv liavA vnn SaV TUUt KtlUWliw" " "'J 1 Tw- ap-reed to Your verdict?" Ana. "We have arm tn 1)0 you find the priboner at the bar guilty or not guilty f f oreman: -otguiiij. There was a loud, wild, thrilling, tumultuous uurraii,scni up uy io .."uv.wi, vcrcneer resuunnuu ,u iwhmiivl "rv the multitude on the outside and roeatcd. llata and handkerchiefs waved, and one gen eral rush was mnde towards the dock. In the midst of the uproar, the voice Mr. Stanton was heard to address tho Court: "I move that Mr. Sickles be discharged from custody." Marshal Seldon ''Come to order, gentle men, come to order. This is a place where there should bo no noise." Mr. Stanton (boiling over with excite ment) "In the name of Mr. Sickles and his counsel I desire to return thanks to tho Jury." Judge Crawford (who nppe.trod tho only person not excited) "Mr. Stanton, wait un til the verdict is recorded." Stanton "Of course, your honor, you must excuse the excitoment on this occa sion.' ' Clerk to the Jury "Your record is that you find Daniel Sickles not guilty." The Jury nodded affirmatively. Clerk "And so say you all." Another nod from the Jury. Stanton "I now - . 'e that Mr. Sickles he dischanrer' f "' '-'v. .. . -i.ig to ' ..uiro ''.No noise." The prohibition was unheeded. Mr. Sick les, amid tho renewed cheers of tho audience, was taken out ol the dock by Captain and Mr. lirega. The former, who is one of Sickles' most devoted friends, kissed linn at the moment of his deliverance, and held fast by him they triod to make their way to the door. Congratulations, earnest, loud and frankly expressed.saluted Mr. Sickles from all points, and though strong emotion was exhibited the swollen veins of his temple, his eye calm and steady, and tho effort which manifestly made to retain calmness composure, was successful. Ilia exuression betrayed no feeling of but that of a man who felt conscious that had run no risk, and tho trial through which he had passed could have no other result. The jury evincing a desire to congratulate him, be stepped over the forms to meet salutations which were heartily tendered. The counsel for the defense also exchanged compliments and congratulations with jurors, f inally, oy great exertion, a p- to the door was enecieu. As soon as he was rocogn-- ' cheers were then taken up. Mr. Shaw of tho No" irald, -utlT-' ,. rushed down to the as the jury retu' driver's box Court V stand -P . r JP" its'' ty .lOtol as jumping on h. ' back to i . n on i example, i- ii-riages - nic out. uro through od to the City HnU. s as intense as instmita- and pat hi. .treet., i. . Jickles stepped down tho stairs - tlnll, he was surrounded and isl by his iniinediato personal friends, vas enthusiastically cheered, and calls made for a speech. "With cjnsi.lorable for ho was fast becoming faint, he got into one of tho carriages in waiting. the same carriago wore tiraham, Wiley brown, of Now York. A movement was made by the crowd take the horses out of the carriage and draw it themselves, but it was detected prevented. The carriago drove away, lowed bv many others and an crowd. He was taken to the house of McP.luir, next door to his former residence, Later from Europe. ST. JOHNS. April 27. Bar, Bel low., Axle., auort aieat .lie. lot of oiti- that I oppo- to do reoelveil THEIR Shad, mhl Tho steamship has passed Cape Race bound for New York. Hy tho disjialches, we are in possession of Liverpool dates hy telegraph to tho 18th five dayd later than previous advices. Tho as pect of continental alTiiira is threatening and warlike. Paris letters regard peace as hope less. Tho uiovoments of tho French troops assume a threatening aspect. Prepara tions in every branch continue without abatement. Austria's proiiositions for the Con gress are not acceptable to Franco, but not being prepared to take itio nciuimmeuiatuiy, Napoleon seeks delay. The Paris Bourse has been depressed but closed rather dull. The minisen statement promised to the two houses of Parliament in relation to con tinental affairs has been postponed to the 18th. Parliament had unanimously voted thanks to the civil and military ollicers in India. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Breadstuffs Flour steady, holders de miiiil an advance. Wheat closed with an ailvancinv tondoncr. Corn quiet: sales yollow at Gs 6d(i!Gs per cental; white 7s a7s 9d. Provisions Beef firm at an advance. Pork firm, sale at full prices. Lard dull rr,u I'.nn nuiet. Produce Sugat dull; Coffee also dull; Uice buoyant at 6d advance for Bengal. London Market. London, April 18, Baring Bro's. circular quotes wheat firm l2d advance for English. Bugar tcady. Ric firm at 4d advance. Lord Cantting Is to receive an Earldom. th ftrliament wa to be dimdred about 21st lntant. ,Iudg Halibtirlon ha been knighted. Ym. R. 11(4, lata I). 8. C'oinniinaioner to China, had arrived at tandon. LONDON MONEY MARKET. LONDON, April 26. ConaoU rloed t 94.,a05f for money and ' American Snrnritie ar alow of aale, but price are unaltered. account. The bullion in th Dank of England has decreased tllMAX. The money market cloaed unchanged. Washington Items. Washington Items. WASHINGTON, April 27. A private letter from a responsible eon roe dated at Bogota, ha been received here, t ting that th Knglish holder of bond of the New Uranadian government hav de manded some substantial eecuritv for th payment of interest, and their ultimata Ira. 1 demption. and that th British government it J A i . r . I - I. HIIBUIIDIDJC lllf UOUMBU. JUW U, 111 l,ru. osition is for that power to eloa th Iran ohi.es of th l'anana Kailroad and as.ign them to bondholder. Judg Douglas loft thi afternoon for New York, on private business. It is untrue that Mr. Hi.hop. of Connecticut, has boon ten dered the Comniissinuership of I'atent. Secretary Cobb who Inst night left with hi family for (leorgia, will be absent till tbe loth of Mv. An additional naval force will he sent to the tiulf after th return of the Paraguny expedition. Assurances have been given by the Pres ident that the settlers in Arizona will b (uliy protected from the iuruad of tl Apv che Initian. Henor Mata will be formally presented to th President to-morrow a Minister from Mexico. Difficulties in Utah. ST. LOUIS, April 27. , Accounts from various privtt ouroe on the Mormon side, represent th condition of auitirs in Utah as materially different from thnt previously reported. It is positively stated that there wa not even a symptom of hostile demonstration on th part ot the peo plethat persons are subpoenaed a witness es, and then arrested and placed in charge I of the troops for safe keeping that the Sher- tho jadge required-that th Grand , were ;u,t nrenared to mak a nreaent- 1 " .' ' . iB' of Utah county notified Cradlehaugh that .-. . . . - .t- he was prepared to take etiarga ol all pris oners accused of crime that he had a se cure ju.il, and would Increas hi bond to any ment when discharged, and protested against the action ; it is also asserted thatuov. Cum miug, Seoretary Harnett, Prosecuting Attor- Wilson and Dr. Forney ar opposed to 'j :,:.-,. . ha AnllNI nnranaH h I 'm. i dlcbaugh. NEW YORK, April 27. The Herald' Washington correspondent says, that for some day past, negotiations have been going on here, between the chiefs of the regular Democracy, and thos of the Douglas wing of the party, including Mr. Douglas himself, broadly foreshadowing the following Presidential programme : First, the re union of tho two faotions, upon a compromise- on the question of Slavery in the Territories, which will leave the exolusive I supervision ot tlie subject to tne supreme settle in the Territories, with their slave property, remaining as affirmed by the Dred Soott decision. Second, two National Dem ocratic Convention in 1S00, the work of the Charleston Convention to be limited to the re-union of the party upon a new plat form. Th second convention in thi event will probably be fixed for September, and in the city of New York. By that time the chiefs of th party will havo discovered thair most available oandi, date, and the weak point on the enemy' lines. I" - - ' ; . .(l.-i.:!r v.,,y LEAVENWORTH, April 27. iley as in was he and Agents here and at other points have been secretly urging emigration forward to the gold regions with the viow of forming a nu oleus at Pike's Peak for a desoent on fiono ru, probably Durango and Chihuahua. No concerted plan is yet given to the imigrants, but the leader's movement. Tney base hopes on tha non development of the gold country and probably dissatisfaction of a great num ber with the prospect of the mines. It ia estimated that ten thousand men hav al ready left dilleront points on the Missouri river, A corarjanv is organising at Kansas City (or Ariionia, under th superintendence of Clarkson, formerly Postmaster her. WASHINGTON, April 27. he their the ts Tha intelligence by th (learner Tennes see of the threatened bombardmont of Vera Crus by the British is not belioved here, for the raason that the olaim of both tha Eng liah and Frenah Government were satisfac torily settlod two months ago. As on tha Ctli Miramon was at Orizaba, which i sixty leagues from the City of Mexioo, it is consid ered impossible that he eould have reaobod the latter place on th 11th inst MARKETS. Produce Market. the the at the WBOLkSAL. 15di30e 1UC ; Cranberries, Butler Lard EirtfS Potatoes, new, perbu, SOra'JO Dried Apples, per bu 2,2I Peaches " ,ow of Corn Meal Onions ' Flour, per bbl., 80 60 5,"55,50 SFTA1I, as30e 12c 13c 901,10 per lb. 1. 5,75G,05 Grain Market. were exer tion, was In and to to and fol Wheat Corn Barley Rve OaU Flaxseed Whisky Linseed Hty Timothy seed O lover seed Ship stuff 1,85(31.30 70(3175 " 3550 23b J!13M $30 per Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI,April 27. Flour firm. J5.655,75 for superfin. WhUkv23. Provisions buoyant. Mess Pork $17,0018, 00; prime J!3,W!i7&, W heat steady, wnit ,wigi,uu; 1.2d. Uorn sctive at iosou. Hyu in fair demand at 9098 . Barley firm at 02(u5. Oal, 52rtt58 for prime. New York Market. NEW YORK. April 27. Flour advanced. Ohio $6,80(ii6.40 Wheat buoyant. Whit l,6Sl,76 'oiirn ti'rto at 89yjrj5 for mixed ; Whit Fo'rk firm. Meas, l7,00r317,30 l'J,50MiPJ,B7. Whisky dull t 85. SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. of 3d at at MILLER & CHARCH, MERCHANT TAILORS, No C8 erio Street, near Third. rTAVINQ JUST RECEIVED THEIR XX Sprtug S Summer Styles of Gentlemen'. lug Good., are prepared to make to order apparel ol all dencrlptlona, on the .horte.t notice, and on ina muai lavoraoie term.. The good, oomprl.e all of the moat faahtonable and latoat atylv. manufactured, among whioh aome of the haud.ouieet ever brought to tula They nave auompieia aaaaortwLu, u, FINE VESTINOS, Of the lateat .tyloa, to which they Invite th of dentlemen. Their supply of OBNT d FTJRNISBINa OOODB Is or the best quality, aud oomprlae. every thing ''I'hi'arMI for paat liberal patronage, they their frleud. and the pubUctoaaU and auod. and tear price, ' Wliio-luid MILLBK a CHASCH. J. LANGDON & BRO., ibai.br ia . Porrln and Domestic Hardware BUILDING HARDWARE, Coacu & Saddlery Hardw'e Carriago & Cabinet Trimmings, OIL OAUPKTS, MKCIIANIC TOOLS, AC No. It Mala St.. Pay tin, ilin of the Pad Lock. Jan . aon & CARRIAGES. i-U-IHBI if ' law lovrmiiLi' AND BUGGIES!! VEIIICLESOK EVERY DESCRIPTION on hand and for sale oheap, at WARREN PHILLIPS' Oi.o Htaho, on 4th Strbht, Hktwkkm Jki- FKRaolV AMD St. CLAIB. Uerknways, Jenny Linda, Phielonw, VorU. Wiitn, KaraacbM, Spring Ungous. rfWork mail, to or.ler. and rapalrlnc done lej the Mat .iyle, on ffhort notice. N. H. Secoad-hand Carriage, and Wagon, for .ale oheap, feint OHO. F. WALK BR, A. B. I.RAMAN WALKER & LEAMAN, Iltorncfs at JLaw9 AND HEAL, ESTATE AGENTS, WILL PRACTICE THEIR PROFES lon In the several Court, of Ohio, OFFICK South side of Third strt, between Main and Jetn-raon, Dayton, O. deoiu-awdam Riker & Hubbard, Oppo.lt St, Lawrence Hotel, Water St., Sanduiky. DEALRRS In Fl.h POUND, Fl.h SKINS, (1111 NRTS, and ev ery varietvof Rope, Twin and Cordage, ud by Flahermen. pafl i T AT Whou.ale. rTV a r BaLTiMong h Fain Havxh OTBTDRB, AND CANS, 'IS ItOI mhS-Smadaw BOLTIff ft EELVILLE, lttornet8 at JCatr. NOTARIES PUBLIC, AND KEAL ESTATE AU1.N Is, DAYTON, O. OFFICE OVER WIKE, DARST A FULler'a Drv Oood. Store, oa Ea.t .Ide Main atreet. oppoalt tha Court Home, being the rue room for merly OOOUpieu Dy mfiearB. i,unu,viMiHFwi,nHH nor recently by Judge Baggott, a. a law orrloe. aov-l;daw JAMES H. STEWART, Attorney and Counsellor AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUB C, WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION to all bu.inea. entru.ted to hi. eare, In Mont gomery and adjoining eouatlea. OFFICE, at present, with Oho. M. Youno, Justice of the Peaoe; Dayton, Ohio, febll-lydaw WENDELIN WOLF, Wholeaale and Retail MANUFACTURER & DEALER IM "HATS" AND "GAPS!" H0. SIS SECOND STREET, North SiJ, him i ' ;,;". ,,, vn-t - - - .--...I moors will be thankfully received promptly attended to. febs-tyd t. K. WILLARD, K- N. WUBATOSI WILLARD & WIIEATON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND MANUFACTURER OF FIND BOOK, NDWS AND WRAPPING PAPERS! The HIGHEST Market Pnce paid for RAGS. also keep the large.t .tock of, and .ell more SLUiUULi BUUKS Than any other Honae In Dayton. no. 3zo xnira oirooi, novn Near Main. 00 60 90 1,40 1,50 6,25 ton DAYTON INSURANCE COMPANY WILL TAKB Fire and Marine Risks, AT REASONABLE SATES. niaaoToas. Jamks Pkrrinb, D. A. Hatnes, T, HoHArrBB, Habvbt Cokotkr, Jno. Harris, J. H. Youno, A. Gump. JAB. PERRINE, Pre'!. J. R.Youwa, Beo'y. mayl5-dlT By Authority of the seal State We adjust Losttt honorably and pay promptly. DWELLINGS AND CONTENTS 1 NSTJRED AT VERY REASONABLE RATES. P Hop nix Ins. Co,9 HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. Merchant Stores and Stock at Fair OBO OWEN, set2 Agent, Dayton, Ohio. A. UIICII AN A N, DEALXa IS coaijiJn COKE 33S WEST FRONT STREET, Cincinnati, Ohio. feb28-md e" Red 83 Prim, II, v7J. .lyres V Co., Wholesale & , Jletail DBALKRS IN Groceries, CIGARS Liquors and Tobaccos, TTAVE JUST REC'D. AND OPENED JJL fin stock el goods la their line Fine Siijnr. M lassva, Co es, Teas, Tobaccos, Clftara, Ac. Ail Of wnicn tney aianu reaiiy w uioh ui REASONABLE TERMS a. any other c.tabli.hment l0Theylnvite particular attention to their rfulldent of their ability to please. J Cloth wearing posuble ar market. atten tion de- de .lre eaamla OHA3. ELLO TNV1TE3 THE ATTENTION OF 1 public to bt.taa large .lock ef PI A MOB, exhlblUon at hi. Wararoora Ho 232 Huaton Hall, ociao-iy jjavton, $50 EMPLOYMENT. A MONTH, A ALL EXPENSES v paid. An Agent ts wan tea in evary iowh ty In the United States, to eugaga lu a For further aid ty li and xl.frau IK J. HENRY corner able andea.y bu.inc.., by which mav be certainly reallted. Croomaand Mercer streets, Mew Vork.tty, lug one poatage .tamp, , . , i mns-sina 1 Barrel Dried Blackberries. A NICE artiole, just reoeived, and sale by . CHARLES post EaSI ...imi as., auoura nun febS mm fruit. BOX Eft, fresh and wt Orange, rj a tw "r''X ' oth"' chulc Irulta, raeetveavy v . n. ..ah 1 " . api uo Third Dayton & Michigan R. SHORT LINK VIA LIMA, ! 30 Milan Travel and 3 hour Tim saved between DAYTON AND CHICAGO. Two Dally Train. On Chang of Car Only. AH AND AFTKR MONDAY. APRIL ?5. In.',. 1 Train, will laav Dayton at 7' I a. in. and 7, p. m., f"r Bldnay, Limn, lipbn, rod Wayna, Toledo, DMrolt, Chlmgo, IfuincT, Rm k Inland, Malana, Dnnldth and Ht. I'snl. F.rnt Trala leaving Daytnn at 7,'i a. m., ar. rlratat Fort Wajna at 1 p.m., connecting wllh train, oa the Toledo, Wal.ath A Wtrn road at J, IS pm, for Huntington, l'.ru,Loganport aad th. the South Wad an4 at Chicago.! 7.30 p. m.,inlim. to eonnn-t with all evening train, leaving "that city. Thli train alro etinnert. at Sidney with train, on Ilia II. A I. Ro.d, Kaat and Wt and at Pliiaa with C. P. A 1. Road for Columbut, and at WevekoatM with Hark for Bt. Marys, jiremea and Minuter. Sceond Train, Leave. Dayton tt T,S9 p. m, arrirM at Fort Wayne at i,2i a. m., connect, with train, on the T. W. A W. R. R. at 4,1 a. .,for Daftanae, Toledo A Detroit) at Chicago at H,I7 a. mj, making eloe connection, with all train, for the Want and North Weit. KKTURNINO, lit Train leave. Chicago 8,17 cm. Lima 1,15 m., reach. Dayton f .80 p. in. 2d Train leave, chieago 7,4a p. m; Lima a,i".i.ni reach Dayton 7.rn a. ni. Th. 3 40 a. in. Train from Lima onnneot. at Piqna with Train, on C. P. A I. R. R. for Colum bia and th. Kant both train, makeclnre eennae tlon. with train, i n tho C. H. A D. R. R. for Cin cinnati and the South. "rilcopinir earn arc attached to all night train, between Lima and Chic.o." Thnmih Tlcai-t. for Kort Wayne, Toledo, Detroit, rhlcngo, anil point Weal and North-we.t. AI.O for Pitt.loirKh, l'iill'lelphla and all Ka.tern cltic. and rilBOII TK II , I II ' II-"-.,... - ii i,.-ul iMinrt nn the Bcllel'ontalne and In apoll. H. H.,oan lie nao ov caiiuiann n. r. n i!, 1 1-- et Agent, union iepo, faion or on in, uuiiiii agent, on the line. Fare as low a. by any other ronte. Be careful and call fur Ticket, bv way of Lima. I f The rote, of Freight to all Point. Ka.t or We.t will at all time, be a. lavorable a. are charged by other Companies. Ho Tran.fers between Da a and Chic. go or Pitt .burg. aprU M. SHOKMAKKn, Sup t. Dayton & Michigan R. Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R. ma t Thre Drtilv Trains, via. Columbus. Through ticket, from Dayton to all Eastern Cities. rnHBEK Dally Tralna each way, leaving Dayton 1 for the Ka.t a. follow.: Hlght axprrM at l,m a, m.l Day Kxpre..,85 a.m.; AcconimnditlonS,3ijp.m, Arriving at lMyton, Aocoinuiodatlon 6,f,3 a. m. No. I Kxnrr... 11.30 a. m.l Day Kxiire.a, 5,30 p. m. Train, run by Columbu. time, which l. 7 minute. ft.lfl, than ilavton time. Through ticket, can be had for all Fa.tern eltle. by calllngon P. R. Warnian, Ticket Agent, at the Depot, Ka.t Third .treet. Dayton, Xenla and Columbus Leaves at 0,10 p. m., and arrive, at 6,A3 a. nl. ah fremiti, left at the Depot bv 3,10 p. m., will be lorwanled .nme day, bv ,M p. m, Freight, ar- 111 nea.iivercn a'w.cva. m. J. DURAND, Supt. prl3 riving at S,tlp. iu., wll C. Wakmak, Oeu'l. Ag't. Dayton & Michigan R. Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R. GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. Change of Time, fn and after Monday, April 11, 1859, until fur. Vluer notioe, train, win run a. lonow.; Leave. Dayton Union Depot at 8,10 a. m.and 5,00 p. M. Arrive at Union at 11,50 a. in. and 7,50 p. m. RETURNING. Leaves Union at 7,46 a. m., and 1,45 p. m., arrive, at Dayton at 10,55 a. m., and 3,55, p. ru. The 6,00 P.M. train leaving Dayton, make, cloae connection at Union with the Kxprex train on the Beilelontalne road, for Iiidtanapolt., connecting on It. arrival with train, for Lafayette, Terre Haute, and all point, went, north and north we.t. For tiekot and further Information, apply to Samuel W. King, Uenernl Ticket Agent, Uulon Depot, 4th .trout. . II. C. STIMS0N, bup't. dec2 Change of Time, Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R. CHANOK OF TIME. S and after Monday April 11, 1850, Pa.sen gar T rain, w illloava the 6 th. tree tDepot,Day- II- : , ni i in It and , n d 7,80 p. m. Will laav Cincinnati for Dayton, at 8.00 a. m. 8.00 a. m 4. HO p. m. and 8,00 p. m. Tbe 7.30 P. M. train south will atop at Carlisle, Hiddlotown, Hamilton and Olendale, only. DANIEL McLARBN .Snp't- Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat RAIL ROAD. ' WINTER ARRANOBMKNT, W 8 If. wltn train iur coiuuiuui, riiu v liiu for Cleveland and the Knst alio with t ledo, uetroi. ana uiucago. Thfl Mail Tn.in leave- the 6th St Depot at 8,15, at Urbana, 10,00, connect. I UiyUB Willi limn with train, for To- I 1 1 K 1 1 , 1 U Kitpre., by WAy of Sprtngueld and Del aware, and all Ka.teru polut.. n on THIRD TRAIN Night Express I ,UU arrive, at Sandu.kyat,10,connectlngwlth train, for Cleveland and the Ka.t. mh'J-tf JOHN H. HUDSON. Sup't. s. them " ... O H I o Photographic tempicof Art AND DAGUERREAN GALLERY, COR. MAIN AND THIRD STS., DAYTON, O. T HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THIS 1 well-known Gallery with all the Improvement, of the Photographlo Art, anil have made ltthemo.t complete and attractive In the city. 1 have procu red the right to u.e the Solar Camera, the mo.t Im portant improvement In Photography, aud am pre pared to onlarge te Llfo Sizo on Canva.. oi Paper, Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, or Min iature Portrait, Of any kind, and have them oolored In Oil, Crayon, Water Color, or India Ink, by the very be.t Arti.t. ThoM having .mall ploturea of deceased friend., can by the above proco.., secure a correct anddura blelikene.. one that tvill bo valued at alltiuie.. ' I have a.iociatcd u 1th ine lu the r;,uloaii.llo Mr. O. D. FINCH, one of the be.t Arti.t. In the United State; and cordially Invite all to aud examine his upeoiiucu. recently enlarged they peak for them.olve. ataF All work waiuiantkii, or no oharges will be made. mhl T. I. ROBINSON. ud a. stock, null Nov Open '.Admittance Free! 8. II. BALDWIN'S New Daguerreotype ROOMS. Now Open to Visitors & Customers. tf Room, on Third .treet, td door, Ea.t of F.xchange Bank, aud Immediately over Mory a Co.'-! Bool and snoe store. . Having leii.ed tlie above Rooms for a term year., and fitted them up with a large y-light,e-pres.iyfor Fhotographlo purpo.ea, I would lillorm myoldcu.tomer. and the public that I am now to furul.h all who may de.lre it with Picture., which, fortruthfulnes. of delineation and beauty flul.h, can not be excelled. Call at the uew ruom., and If you do not receive perfect .ati.factlon, no will be required. Coepse Pictures taken at reeidenocs. Charges reasonable. r- Booms open iroiu l A. ju. iur o r. ru. fetil-Siu S. B. BALDWIN, TflE now en , ouio. VAN AUSDAL, DIXON & CO. ARE NOW RECEIVING DIRECT from tha Manufacturer, a large lot of new beautiful .tyloa. - medallion, Vclvel nnd flrussels Curpels, HOUSE FURNISHING OOODH &C..AC. Together with a an assortment of Three Ply, Venetian, Ingrain, Dutch Wool, Tapestry, Hemp, Kag nnd ntair, Whtohfor yT'"ttJSSSA basurpaascdi and our .too of Heu.e turul.hlnf nno ra.pect- particular.. oi encloa- for aiu. and Ju.t street. ;..n.l. I..nn,lilta. Linen and Muslin Hlieetlngs, and Pillow Casings, Stair Linens, Table Linens, Linen Towellings, and Irish Lineus, Napkins, laoie t iotiis, oio., Lace MualinandDamaaliCurtalnOooas Blue', Oreen, Buff and Whits Hollands. of averv deaoriptlon, at all prloe. PUTNAM, PENDULUM A B AILKT'S FIXTURKH. OlltCornle s, Band and Fin., Floor and Table Cloth.,all width., .tyle. and price.. Matting., Velvet. Azmimter, and Mo.ale and Mat., Door and Baggy Mat.. ..A .nrtment of IAFKB llANGINOd AHD WINDOW FAPEEI are the be.t In the city. VAN A VUli A I j, VISON & CO., Janl No.S Maiu at., oppo.lt. the Court Hou.e. Wanted, Iiuiuediatelyl A GOOD MAN ean find steady employ ment t WOLF HNVDKR'S Factory, mUUi I'pi-er Hydraulic, FRANKLIN HOUSK CORNER MAIN AND BBCONDBTS , DAYTON, OHIO. DAVID HARKRADER, Proprietor. II A VINO HUCCKICDED .1. M-liNf; to the nmnrl.torhli ol Ihl. well known anil popular Hotel, 1 am determined that It. good r.p -lallon with the publia h.l not In the faMtbedl-mliil-heil under my suirlntenilnee. . iMn liinrnii,h v refitted, and every poMlhle nonvenlenw ailrled In every department, The stable, ae heretofore, will be In onarge ot eare- rui noatiera. t N retlrlngfrnm tbe "Franklin," I taae tbl. method I or recommending my friend, and patrnni lof tlie Hotiae while under my admlnl.tratlnn, n the new proprietor, who will extend tothem all the courte Ici due from a landlord to hi. gueil.. In thi. connection I otrer my flnoerethana.to my aeoiialntancea anil the great public, that has an Inn catenil.il to m a generou. filen.lnhlp and III ral patmnige. JOHN P. kLinr.. mhl6-(mdaw tf 1 -SI- O g V J 1 , ? - OS 1 1 5 Ir-Pier L a r s a W l tsr JUST receiyed a largo assortment of Coal Oil Lamp., with Improved Burner., and new tyle., .iiltablc for Church, store, Parlor and Kitch en purpf.aei, In variety. Utah. Hu.penuing Lamp. i.arge Hon nraan jsiimer. urn.. i, aide . ii u " and Ola.. Parlor " " ' " " " Kitchen " " " " Britannia Parloror Pulpttf .omelhlng new and good. 1'rac.et Lamp., LMrve nnd Small Uurner, Heading " " Haml " ' " We al.a keep a large itni k of Lard oil, Fluid and Camphene Lamp., l;la.. and Paper Shailea, ( hlm nie., Wlcklnir, etc., etc, which we otter for .ale at reduced price.. HECKLER, REMLRT A MAXT0N. janS QUBnSWAM! I -j f GRATRS OF QUEKNtSWAKft. I X v) now landing at Cincinnati, par ioeamer Winlow, and nt New York per ship Africa, di rect from the potteries of Htuf.ordfliir,Kngland. oontliting of the loll owing art icier', 18flrateg of Common Tear. 18 " " PlateBy 10 " Bakor DUhe k Nndief'. 8 " Pltcbern and Tet Pots, ' 8 " " Fluted Teai, 7 " " " Platett, 14 " " Whlto Tea Ware. 14 " best " " 14 " faney new Pattern do. The above goodp are exprernl ordered fur this market, nnd will be nold by th crate, at Kan tern prices with addition of freight. Merchant in want of QueeuBware, will please oall and examine our took before purohosons; elsewhere. apr29 Importors.Tbirdi treet. " COAL OIL LAMPS. " TUSTOPENED A NEW STOCK OF THE 0 above lamp., with and without ground globe.. For.aleby (febli) WOLF It BARLOW. Oregon Saddler Shop! SADDLES, HARNESS, &c. MITCHELL &, M GAUSLAND Corner ot Fifth & Wayne streeis. DAYTON, O., Manufacture and keep con.tantly on hand every vaalety of BADDLERT, HARNESS, COLLARS, TRUNKS, VALI8BES, Aio.,Ac., Of the be.t material and make. ror CASH, Fsclusively ! It l. the only hoti.e In thi. city that manufactures CURLKD HAlll CASK COLLARS. We return our .lnoerethank. forna.t favors, and re.iwctfully .olicit a contluuanoe of the .ame. Citizen, and Farmer, are oordialty Invited to call ana see u.. juncriKLL m. mcuaublanu. novo-ud. NEW FIRM. DeCoursey & Goynes,'' Fashionable Barbara and Hairdresser, Basement of Hunday's New Building;, South- Wett Corner of Jefferson and Market: HAVING fitted up their rooms in th best style, they are prepared to attend to the gentle men of Dayton tn the Shaving and Hair Dre..lng line In a very .uperior manner. They are now running three chair. Tiiey only a.k a trial, and are confident they can plea.e all who give them a call. Jan.3d.dtf. de partment call MEDICATED Strengthening Plasters ! ! TIIKK Plasters are excellent remedies tn enseal of pain and wenneii in the tide, breait or back; alio rheumatic tifteotioni, couvhi asthma, )raluHttruireit ami kidney orimnal attec tiom. The Arnica, Galhanum, Pitch, Poor Man'a and Horn lock Plaalera, aro mnufaotured of various slzee, on kid or olotli, and Poor Man'a on paMr, by 8. A. GRIFFITH, . Broadway, Cincinnati, and supplied to dealer, .nd druggist, on an good term. a. any manulacturer. in the United statea. mhs-6ia L. HUBSARD. w. s. mnsiN.oH. the of pre pared of pay CASH DRUG STORE. 120;TalnBaalSido,bet.Markot&4th at Hubbard & Robinson. AFTER UAVIKU TRIED TUB CASH vat era for one year have been Induced by their luoeees In the ex)eriuieut aud the liberal patronage of their many frleudi aud public generally to In ereaM their etocic one hundred jer utmt. which now embraove all of the popular medicine. In ute. A Hue Block oi lanoy good, eotiamiiuK in yr oi the very best cologne, lmir oil and poiuadee In Keat variety, genuine orown Wiml-or. Houry, poucln, tranijiarent, and every other kiud of ioapu. Tooth, natr, oiotn, neun, enov, wnim iuuu, u.i.-t house, window, paint and varninh brunhes of every tyle and price, t ine cigars aud tobacco, combe, peuclla. oil paints, white load, snow white lino. Varnish of every color price and quality. Pure Brandy, wines, and other liquorsfor medicinal, m ohauloal aud saoi amental purposes. ALSO- A largelotofthemoatlinprovedatyle of fruit cans, Dr. Luilluui. nieclllo. Together with everything belonging .tkictlv to our bualae.., (having no de sire to Infringe on the bu.lne.. of our neighbor.) to ail ol whioh we re.peotfully invite the attention f tlie public, believing that our mode of doing ou.lne.a, (both buying aud .t iling forca.h) enable u. to otter better good., and more of them for the same money, than auy hou.e In Thi. aity. Call and aee. Finelot of Canary birds, aud al.u the daturas forblrdoagea alio bird.eed. Jei'i and To the Fashionable Pnblicl THE undersigned has now, and has had for the lust two weeks, the Slrliiu; styles of Milk und Cnssi mcrc Huts. They are certainly a very nice .tyle of dree, hat., for Gentlemen', wear. All other kind, of olt hat., tor men aud boy., Al.o, cap. of all description. In abuudance, cheap, for Hie "really John." Call at 201, Third .treet. Uih6 K. FAVORITE. DETROIT RIVER ICE. BIMM & into. TTAVE mnde arrangements with Oetrol't Klv.7. It is Bn(, pureun,ur,)11(Ki ,, o. Shade, CUE TAIN Oil Kng. Ice iuiidIv i s a beautilul article clear Dure uneurimiied bv any loe ever iroien in this region during tbe coldest winters. Orders will be received from those who rtf sire to be supplied with the lietroit Hlver Ice during tne present sra- on. niiiiw COAL! COAL!! ALL ORDERS LEFT EITHER WITH 1 Kamitre Torrence or L. WiKxlhultJ will tie 0. A. WfAHH omptly tilled by novis BULLS. TAYLOR'S farm bells; altto dinner bell, ilttfereut Hl.esi cow and .lieep bell., for .ale by CHAHLKS FUST, Kaat Second .treet, 4 door, from Main, nhis-daw 20 DOZ. SHAKER BHOOMtJ. J aale hy bl CHARLES POST, K.st 1 St., 4 doors from Main.