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v eVfMor l.oculi, Telegraph, and other
.,f..V''!,,,ht"rf rnte-resr nd Information, ee
i.'J, , I'.'.-. Finl Ami Kourth Pas; e a.
Democratic County Convention.
The rVmorrsIs of Montgomery rnnnly ere
hereby notified In meet In Mesa Contention,
at Tlerkel Hall, ' In Peyton, on Baturdt f Mar
filat, at 9 o'elnek, P, M, for the purpose of ap
pointing nine delegate and alternates In the
Demnrratle Rial Convention, la he held at
Cnlnmrioa on Thnradsy, Mar 861 h. A full at
tendance la requested from every Ward and
Township. Br order of the Democratic Oen-
B. M. AYRES, Chr'n.
B. M. AYRES, Chr'n. THOS. F. THRESHER, Sec.
The Sorrow of Policy.
The Republicans of lha Wait prufraa great
aorrow at tha court of their brethren in Massa
chusetts io tbe litlle matter of that "Two Yean'
Amendment" a "alight disability" which lha
sUpoblicanaof the Old Bay Bute, in the pleu.
titudeof their etrriiKih, propose to place upon all
who accidentally ft rat eaw the "light of life"
In another clime than thin. It ie barely poa
alblethat tome of then gentlemen are aincera
In iheaa pmfomione. It ia poaaible, too, that
thejr are not. In Maaaachnaetta thaoppoaltion
are strong, and they can afford to treat with in
dignity a rlaaa whom tbey do not need lo aa
ait them to secure office. It la a question of
pleaaura with them whether they forego the
gratification of their hatred to adopt rilixena
for the benefit of their brethren in other Btatee
who may, by their indulgence in proscription
of their foreign born, loae the aid of the "for
nign rote,' ao esaeniial in tha Weat lo enable
the Opposition to procure place. Here, ehould
the stepuhlican parly show the leaat favor to
tha achemea of their Massachusetts brethren,
they would loae the rotee of all adopted cit
iaena but tha few who aeem determined to
lick the hands that Would smite them bauds
which hare amitlen them t Hence the concern
evinced by Western Republicans. Wo are not
astonished at it ; but can adopted tilixene be
line it real!
One thing is pretty evident the Ilepnblicana
in Massachusetts, and out of it, can agree upon
una thing : inordinate sympathy for the negro;
a peculiar sympathy which seems in a great de
gree lo absorb their sympathy for their own
race. In thia, we accord lo them a unity of feel
ing. Ona sot posted would naturally suppose
that thia sympathy for lha down trodden of
southern enttoo fields Would open up a warm
fueling towards all who are oppressed ; white aa
wjII aa black ; but such is not the case. Tha
f. flint ia applicable to tbe black nice only.
The Boiton Courier, in lecturing Carl Schurs,
tha Wisconsin Uermsn Republican who went
to Boston toast th Yankee Republicans right
. .!.. I ..il.M tttns enumerates the
"Here the chired man votea ; hen colored
children and the white cbilrden nolo tbe same
aehoola ; hern ihe races are allowed lo inter
marry, and, aa we h..r aeen, they do not fail
to avail themselves of thair privileges. And
there ia nothing in the lawa 01 the Stain lo pre
vent a eolored tnau's serving; oa III jury, il the
euhordinat functionariea on whom the duty of
eelw'inu jurymen is devolved choose to put
him thaw. Th blaek msn here elands on s
perfect equality with the white mao, except
that he cannot aerv in the militia ; and for thia
the United Slates are rrepeosibW and Dot the
The white mao, if he be born in a foreign
laud, if Republicanism can bar ita way,
cauuot vote for two years after he ia declared
to be a eitiaen he cannot aerre on the jury, but,
. if jiia .adopted country demand jiia help, ha
must shoulder his musket, the day he la ustu
rallied, and peril his life and shed his blood in
h T defence.
The haired lo foreignera exhibited openly in
Masaachuaetls is restrained ouly through mo
tives of policy by thair brethren in the west.
While tha Republicans everywhere would ele
vate the negro to a level with the whit man,
they would bemoan the white man who was
Dot foi Innately liorn or. our soil. Thug d this
wktn they dan do it. kaasachusetta ia an ex
ample, and her practice provea what we affirm.
Can any adopted citizen of ordinary intelli
gene fail lo aee through this flimsy humbug of
"aorrow for the Republican move in Massachu
If any thing more ia wanting to ahow the
utter hollowneaa of Ihe farce to which we al
luded, we will refer our readers to the opposi
tion storm which swept over this country but a
very few years ago, under the ostensible
management of the Csyennea. Where were
theae weatern "aympathizera" then? In what
ranks were they found? Were they not labor
ing side by aide with the Know Nothings, to
deprive the adopted citiaen of the right of auf
frag and other political rights, until they had
resided in thia country for a period of twenty
one years? When lAea was Iheir aympathy for
the foreign born? and when did they before
th hopeless overthrow of Nativism, ever ex
preaa a regret that a period of only firwyeare
should intervene before adopted citizena ahould
exercise U the right of freemen in a sover
Th expression of Republican sorrow st the
iujiialico ah, injutiet, they whimper medi.
tated againat adopted citizena by their Repub
lican brethren of Maasachueetta, ia positively
nauseating. Men with their antecedents
should he ashamed of such pitiful, begging
twaddle. Tbeirfalse.hcsrled professions should
h received with Ineffable acorn ; and they
ahould be treated as they deaerv by the clasa
tbey sra endeavoring to ".opitist but to be.
tray. We hop that our readers "adopted cit
icne,"and those "to the manor bom" will
study well this subject. They cannot have for-
golteo "in recent past j" and can Judge by
it what they may expect io the future from
these rolaerabl tricksters who shape their poL
ley loth wlodsyf popular favor.
After all, wt are inclined to laugh at the op.
position for tha fix fa. which they hav unex
pectedly found themaervsw. It . ,.U., bad
for them just when they Usaughl they had th
"native" plank in their plslfohi wtll concealed,
to hav these Bay Htata felloNu poking 011
ndof it out to public gaze I Tsimuahhaa
been kicked over, sod tbey bare bOsut j nltjr
fingers I This is Ihe result w hav IA. ,l(r
.Th Cincinnati Enquirer produoel
th following; bard nut for intervention dem
ocrat to orack. It will try their griadsrs.
On of lit resolution in tha Cincinnati
Democratic Platform reads as follows,
Kenofocd, That the Demooratio party will
resent all attempt at renewing, in Congress
or out of it, th agitation of tha slavery
question, under whatever shape or color the
attempt may be made.".
Those who demand that Congreas shall
protect slavery in to Territories are in dii
raot aonfliot with th Democratic creed, ,
Tm tti, or Kansas. The vote io Kan'
aa Territory on th question of calling a
Convention to furm a 8tat constitution was
6,731, of whloh 0,420 war in favor of It,
Th Convention will meet at Wyandot in
Jul to make th constitution. Governor
Vtadarj baa issued hi proclamation to ' that
From the Dayton Gazette.
Protest against injustice.
JbVrfrelA. Vn.ifJ )l,hr )'ut-H'n"WiWnr',
ar.NTi.KiKWr I hare quite recently
liook, published by ymir onl.r. entilM
"Cniversaliam calmly and upriously eorisid
erwl." I know not who ia Its author, nor
when it was published, nor does it matter
much, sinoe yon present yourselves aa ila re.
sponsible indoracra, and. by alllsing no dale
to it, leave, ma to regard it as having hern
published on th day on tthich I drat aaw
ii. 10a otter this honk to the public as
"calm and avrioua" lr which may i urf
doratand you to mean, fair, honorable, Chrta
tianl consideration of th doctrine which
belivand leach; I, therefor, feci free, and in
deed compiled, by the position which I or.
cupy, to remark, In this public manner, that
from the beginning to the end of your work,
yon hare ao completely misrepresented I'ni
veraalism that your readers: could not poiwi
bly gel th remotest idea of what It ia not
even th remotest idea of what w mean by
"I'nivoraal Salvation;" and thus, and by oth.
er false statements, your bonk bscoinea a
most unjust and pernicious slander Uxn me,
and all other Univermtista, and a sheer im
position upon th public. Whether vnnr
course la fair, honorable, or Christian, 1 will
In... 1 . . - ' I.
ivc utuvia 10 ue;iue
Now, 1 auk you, gentlemen, if lie who at
tempts lo givo a "calm and serious," or any
other kind of exposition of any system,
should not make himself nrottv well a.-.
luaiiuru witn, at least, the general princi-
vim ui mai syxicm ! i ma, in the case of
1 luvorRalism, would not have been diOlcult
for you to do; for able men of our denomina
tion have laid down thou principles very
plainly; their published works are scattered
through the country, and may lie easily ol
tainod by him who would understand them.
And yet your book betrays th fact that vou
liaro not road our literature, or listened to
our sermons, or else that you have knowing
ly and intentionally falsified concerning our
views and our teachings. Can it lie possi.
ble that you only wished to excite prejudice
against the term UnirorxalUm, and therefore
cared not to present it fairly ; or did you fear
the influence it might have on some of your
readers if it were presented correctly, and
therefore puriiosely misrepresent it, or
puriiosclpr neglect to acquaint yourselves
with it, in onler that you might not le able
to giv it a fair exposition!
it mutters little with me now what your
motive wan tliec( is what I complain of;
the fact that you have most outrageously
misrepresented Universalism and Univcr
salisu. You give evidence of having seen
or hoard of some of the objections which we
urgo against the doctrine of endless misery;
and that you should strive to remove those
objections, and prove your doctrine true, is
well enough; but when you go further, and
pretend to give an exposition of what we
believe, w hy should you not do us the jus
tice to state our views fairlyl On page
101 instance, you say "it (Universalism)
promises eternal life, unconditionally, to all
the children, of men, whether tlioy are pen
itent or impenitent; whether they livo vir
tuously or wallow in Tioo; all shall go direct
ly to Heaven when they die," Ac: and
again, same page, it "confounds all distinc
tion between virtue and vice, sin and noli
ncss.and secures eternal lifo to all, without
sny reference to their own character and
do not; for roally they are fuhe totally
unqualifiedly false as false as Ananias or
napiiim could possibly "lvcnt- I do not any
that you should tnke care lest vou fall in.
to that "lake of fire and brimstone,4' in which
it is said "all liars" xliall have their part; I
ao not say unit you knew what you wen
writing about; nor do I say that you arc not
perfect Christians; but 1 do say that tluue
statements are false world-wide of the
truth diametrically opposed to what we
roally believe; and that you havo no authority
for thorn in any Universalis! book, or from
any Unircrsulist teacher. And yet, the
sentiment of thos quotations you hold up
as the groundwork of Universalism through
your wnote noon! l io, bhaiue upon you
gentlemen Trustees! 1 cannot think that
you believe that a person ever taught such a
doctrine as you charge Univursalist with
toacniiig. 11 there is sucb a person, then
we will loin with vou in cxnosinir his error
but I ean assure you ho will not be found in
the Universalint denomination.
There are other statements in your book
concerning tue immorality or universalists,
which are as false as those that I havo al
ready quoted- See page 123, where you
say our views are "embraced only by those
whom the Hible denominates the wicked."
The intimation which that sentence conveys
is repeated in various, and exceedingly offen
sive ways, many times in your liook. 1 do
not know how much rredit the public will
give you for such scandalous charges. They
may not discover any sclf-righteousuess in
them; thev may think you are bettor
Christians for making thutn.' I have but lit
tle to say now in reference to those charires,
except this, that 1 am willing that the nub-
lic should judge of their correctness; and if
tney mid us slandering and misrepresenting
uur iieignooi-N, 1 nope tney will condemn us.
I am aware that the community, as a
whole, are confident that Universalism is
an error, and, though not understanding it,
ro Kumewwii prejuaiceu against it; out
though this is the caue, I am persuaded that
the tune is past, when tlioy will justify any
aucn course as you nave takeu in this book.
Liberty ol conscience, toleration towards
others in matters of religious belief, are ur in
doles too thoroughly interwoven with th
spirit 01 our free institutions, to permit you
wear crowns 01 glory lor ine injustice and
uncharitableness of your work.
In conclusion, gentlemen. I have to malm
this sincere request of you, that you suppress
mo luiuioi aaie 01 1110 present edition of this
book, procuro and study carefully one or
two standard works on Universalism, look
more thoroughly into tho general moral
character of those who embrace this system,
gather a few statistics concerning the re
ligious convictions of those w ho are sent to
our prisons and houses of correction, rtl.a
latter will help make a strong argument, if
uicj am in your iavor,; ana tnen revise your
book according to the facts with which yon
may thus become acquainted. I aak this
as a mattor of justice duo to myself and oth
er UuivcrsalisU, as a remuneration in part
for the injury you have done its; 1 ask it as
ovidence, duiiikudcj on your part, that you
do not wish to. misrepresent and injur your
neighbors, but only to expos what is their
real belief! If you will not accede to this
request, will you publish this communica
tion in some part of your book, as the .,roiAi
a Universalis against the misrepresenta
tions which it contains? If you will accede
neither of the forogoiag, will you then al
low me to appear in the columns of the lilt
ai ope, in a series ol articles, showing wherein
arguments and sUtomeuU of vour hook
not valid against Universalism, as it is
held and taught by its advocates!
Trusting you will accede to one of these
requests, and awaiting your answer, I am
W. S. BURTON,
Pastor First Universalist Church.
Pastor First Universalist Church. DAYTON, O., May 5th, 1859.
Kat-ua Prisonkss at Ci
Six of tb.Vlb.rllo ,..,. r. r....-.i
plead guilveit.rd.y to (j,. ohgs in th.
United fitat,,,, u Cleveland. They
were fined twetiy M(j irapri40n.d
twemy.iuur niura-xrrh conTc.:OM :
hav. a whoWa,. K,a th4 y,'Mttrn Ke,
asrr The, srUl teaol,
taws 01 me vaiwu. ,v oy b Y,o,1(
ta vita impunity.
.Th number of A
on tue Nil this year is much iDah
usual. UOTsrnor nejmour, 01 vwsag.
cxMlaistet to UussU, was at Cairo Maty
r.. ii.LA :-.a... t .k. ,AL
tioo oKftyfitiaa anlujuiti, lu New VorH
Iras 4aogr9Uslx'lU at Aloiandria
j OHAS. B. C LA IT HE,
II HAL HHTATIv
OfTta with T. J. a. Smith. Esq.,
ClFfi't nullitlng, Ththlilreel
C1TT PROPERTY II
JenVraon A hsmltnme lxl. West Me, I low
in, at. xinsll Krsine uH,n It.
eeond it.- Ilnnse snil It l,eow rerrr, north
ihle. Ilnuse, T..t,r 'III Irk
l.srae smt convenlmit. t ftnn'jye.
Rmwn (iniwalte Ituekrve t. Mire Brldk
House sail Urge Lot. I HUM'.
Brown St. f'nrnw of Ann. Two story DooMe
llrl.'k liotiM, gooit teller, Well,
t istern, o. will rnt lo psv III
per ornt. on the Inveslmenl.
Mrllononihal (ipooalte Itsrr. Two-etorr frame
Fifth kt. Cornet of Montgomery. Fine Lot,
Small Krsme Houe.
on th- Hii.hHwrn:M An.Mt.i i.t
Mud a UrKf num. r ol Vim 'Ant ltf
sle ehrap.or loexuhani, for other
t'lH". V.. CI.ARkE
Hel Ktlate apenl,
I leas'" llulMln, a,l at.
(hauco fur Bu.oinrss luvtMme uf.
ltrn I i. ...ii., . .
VV .1 7 . V VH r ,,""nK" loroiiy
flame, alt.iate.rin a small villase hear La, ton. Also
KrnuEiiiTiRiMiiiir, roii.ninl,g SIS rooi
Isrse l,.irn a..1 erKMl orrhanl.
'Ine slan.l is a 'ol one, with a aorHl mm of hu.l
nras, smt the goods all .lealral.'e. Thia li s rare l
purtualty, where hut Utile ur no money Is required.
I'HAS. K. I ' LA II h K,
ai'DI Kent Kilate AReut, Third itreet.
Flax Mill for Sale.
yilh lr Mill built It the "Duvtnn Hm
Co. , "with S acres ol around, la ollltVd tor sale.
It has all the inn -hlnsrv ner-eii.ru for rt,.lr,. a
lanre buslneM.oo.nplele and In ood order, fhe
us ai,.u anon to i has. r.l l AHKl:,
april Real Katate Asei.t, Third stKet.
A KINK Lot on Steele' Mill, enntnimnc;
7', arret maiitllully uttuated will he old
on nuidloatton to
I IIA. K. I'l.ARKE,
Real Kalale Asenl, ad street.
larca new ri,.k Dwelling House.
-a- omit ttv llenrv K
built l,jr Henry Klmrs, corner St. clatrantl Wa-
ter streets. The House Is very conin.odloosi fur-
i.lshed with the necessary oonvrnlnees and apjillnn-
vrn ..it Koiuitui, ret,,, 1 ,1 ril IH I.t
I hamlsomelu I.. I he
.Hlern style. Will be .old very low lor o'.sl, s.,,1
easy paymenl., on sppllcallon to
aah Real and a&J; X'.U
ALSO A hundsnme Kesidonen on .'.th St.,
between ,M,.ln and Ludlow. 11 .lore llrlk. w.i
furnished su 1 hamlaoiiielv l.norovnl v .r.l. I'm.
menliessr. l'HA.1. K I I.AHKK,
ml.U Keal Katate Aent, tlei' llulldln,Sd St.
0.1.1 ACHL.i in Illinois, 4 miles from Sum
il X 1 ner, on the o. a M. II. K.,onr hundred sere
Improved, the remainder timlter of (food quality,
deep. rich, alluvial soli.
There are twoirood Dwelling Houses on th"nretn
tses. convenient out-huuaes, and In the n.ldat of a
This farm Is ottered st Ihe low price of W per
ire, helns much leas than Its vnlt.e. For sale t,y
('HAS. K. C I.Alt KI-;,
Re d Katate Agent, Id street.
City FroMrly Ii4-Niralit lCoi-
IolTur fur snle on roasnimble terms, a
new and handsome reililei.L-e on 2d street, he
The House Is large smU'on.modlous, with all the
modern Improvements and conveniences; la lluely
located, and In a good neishborhood. Will hexold
cl.eun, if application 1 made soon.
I'HAK. K C't.AitKK,
n.1,8 Keal Katate Agent, Clcgg's building.
LAM) WAKUANT8 IIOUOIIT .V MOLL)
at Cincinnati quotattons, or located In lows,
Kansas, Nebraska, or Missouri, hy
L'HAS. K. CI.AIIKR,
ml.S Third street.
Al t AC'ltKS, 10 miles frmu tho oity,ito
s JJ proved, orohard, anrlngs, ac.
16 acres timber, and -io acres hottom.
frlce $10 per acre. For .ale by
I HAS, K. CLARKK,
mh9 Honl tjinle Agent, 3d street.
OH filifi ACUKSof Land in Illinois.on
'JJfJJJ or nearllnes of Hall Ros,. a, compri
sing Improved Farnu snd wild innds.
Tothoe having small farms In this section, that
will sell at a good price, I would s,.y sell, and go
where you oan get a large tract ot land at alow
price, and where you will have equally good mar
kets. ALSO, 10,000 Acres well selected Land,
In Missouri, iH.th the quality and title of which
I will guarantee. For sale or exchange for oth
er property, on the inoitt desirable terms.
ALSO, A small but ehoioe Kurm in ('lark
County, well Improved, will be Mild cheap, and
city projierty taken In part payment.
ALiSO, A line Lot on Ludlow St., between
4th and oth, US by 90 ft. alley back.
ALSO, (lardon Lots of 7J acres eueh, on
the River Ruad, near Ihe city.
A I. .SO, A .'I story Brick Business House, on
Jett'erson, between 3d snd 1th sts., and a desirable
residence on 6th St., bet. Main and Ludlow.
ALSO, Fine iinpoved l'roporty in "Miami
city," ami'-iiayton view," 111 tracts 01 iromato
16 seres. All for sale i heap by
CHAB. D CLARKE,
febSI Real Kstate Agent, Llr-fg' llu.bllng.
iy 1 iiny anu sen on t ommissinn lt"nl
L 'J M'slem all kln,l, Bon.l.. I.simI Wrr.i,l,
. 1 "f.t.V 1 m'1 eolleelloni sn.1 n..
lisle Inane. U III l.t l.n,l rrt,t., Innioe
lr-Nohanreual,..si U i.m.le.
Manlmttan Fire h$.
OFFICE, No. VH, Willi fU, 1M. V.
iiiiuir uuiiuiiiiit, uirrvnniiiiiart r uniiiiiir, (-Hfi
In Hurt ami their Cftrnoei.anil otlier iiroiM-rU tiitHiiiHl
lut ur tlnmagc Uy lire.
W. p. pnlmer. 8r.mul F. Mott, Rnftii L. Fori!. Wil
li kiu F. Mott. Edwin D. Moifaii, Willlaia W. Vox, '
Alubril TlKtisp, 1'eU-r Cooper, Ihooiu Uarrin, j
U, Hunry illiworth, Auguitm H. Ward, Jaih.'h
Collfb, Hitincv Alteon. L. H, Hunret. John I'nHiwfll. '
Juhn HtrwuhT, John Green, ftCben B. 1'rovkor. 1
WlIsUAM PITT I'AL.MKH, rreiltUnt.
ANDitEw J. smith, rVorctnry.
LHA. K. ('LARK K, Afffut, 1
J'l Jlemt' UnUUiotf, ad 1 .
OK HAUTKOKD, CONN.
O a. pita"200, 00 0 .
Woodruff, (Preat. Woodruff! Bea.-h I. Co.)
Jamas Bolter, (Of 0. 11. Northern s Co )
rloberta, (Of Keueya, Kobertl a) tloodwin.)
(iuy K. Phelps, 8eo. Conn. Life Ina.Co.)
Tiuoiltv Sueldou, (Oontraetur and lluilder.l
James P. f ouler, ( Preal. Mscb's' Bar. liunk.)
Sidney A. Whits, (Of Hpencor, White k Co.)
Charles T. Illllyor, (Preil, ChsrtsrOak Uunk.)
Eiijan u. uwen, (Ul liy, uwen a Co.)
Homer Blanehard, (Of 11. Blsnohard k Cu.)
Klohard D. llubuard, (rllats Attorney.)
M. Murrlruan. (Of J. M. Harrlman.)
Wtllisin L. Collins, (Of Oolllua, lirothen k Co.)
W. 11. I). Callander, (Caakisror Slate Bank.)
MASH IIOWAIIII, i'res't,
III. THOMAS LOBDKLL, Uec'y.
AjipUuallulia rsoulved by
til AS. K. CLARKE, Afant,
Third stresl, Dsytou, Ohio,
Would refer lo
N. li. Durst, Ksq..(of Darst i IIerohelrad.
John Lytla, Ksq ,(wf Ferrin, Lytle A; Shaw.)
and other aierohaota. who at eeuuulnled wllh the
husluess men of Hartford. nih'i4
rving Fire Insurance Co.
OFFICE, No. 0. Wall fclri ol, M. V.
OA.SH CAPITAL, 9200.0 ,
Insures Oulldlnifs. Furniture, Merehsndlse, Vessels
in rort anu inir Lurgoes, anu omnr i.roMrty
aaii.sa loss or oauiaas uy nn, on iavorauie icrius,
11 U KL'TO UH.
Maton Thomivaon, William Nlelnon, John B. Hllly-
Hart, John MhotMell, Abraliam M Uluiiigwr, 'ihoiuaa
Chrltty, Wm knUord, John Homer, rMvanui h
Want, Charity Btirkhaltr, 1) Alonzo Cuihman,Wni
OakUy, John O Mora, Johu U Hobby, Win F Jaukaoa.
Adftlii Frd., AlexamitJi MuKnite, Chat. Ettlrll'ig,
Joaih .Kuftra, John H IWgrauw, liavld HKuiioa,
Pctar D Colltaa. Hteiihn Wray, WriKht Cilllva, Ua
vid Ji Moaea, John b-iii,FriIsrlok Hornhy, ( yrua
Kuaiu. UaaeUUU, lluta U. tUlrJ, WUllaiu H t ur-
j. asa raxwn uumovii) (iritirruii
SaJ A fi I,UUAU Da.
-tih a, i iuwii l, Bvoreiarjr,
L'HAS. K. I'LABKK, Agent,
t lesg's ulldlag, ifurd St.
, ur.rni iinnsiAri,
" ' 1 l. K. M FA i,
V U A R H , l , SAM t'KI, M A KH II A I.I,
1 H K II V .T Ullrt It l
comvaw, which r oskw
' Mu.VJTlTr' 'J ,h" ""a FIKK
' L .H'N.M.,,"'-' " liersue term, and .1
C iTAL, . $200,000!
' ' "f I'irfttirt for Iftfif.
' .. ""."" isriuen t thelaotlhatwelsiiie lla-e.
1 tine IM11
i v k: n s.
ng as 'I Hht'r
': """, rrnpwBii, ami msterlAlly .h
IiVo'iirl'" ", """ur'"" " Ma 1'S' lss ol
.-""iT.',"' "'" nf M'" ,f"t. katween M
and 1 hint, up stairs
. CRAIOIIKAD, I'rea't.
O. W. Innisaa, See'r. oovls-lj,
City Fire Insurance
COMPANY OK 11AI(TI'()HI, CONN.
Paid In Capita),
! Aueti, Janutrr lt. 1039
L. " ' '
Thia omoani haaenninltril wllh the laws oltl
several Stales, tn whirl. It la (loins- ln,m...
C. C. W&ITE, Sac'y, C. B. BOWERS, Frea't.
WcHtern Urunuh Ollico, Chicago, III.
thronsh whirl, sll the hualt.eas of the Compani In
, ""'"'-"tern ami douili-ive.iVri.
W. B I.Ot'lsnt'RV, Oeneral Ae.,l, ) Real.line
ror I nft rrnaMon"! i i" " , VT'' ' ("""''"-
mJ?,' 'SY,"lV.lm ""s,11"! statement of tha
I V """ ''."' urraiieo B.aTrnteot or the
;th!;I.';J"l,,',,Cun,l'V and PoU.le.f Insurance",
DAVIB & CUPPT. I
Axentsfor Day tun and vlitnlly.
Annoiini KNtrr rnrnr
; r . -. i i . . ..
, 1I1U1CH flHU UCntlemfin Ol li.'lViiin
: .vii. 1 1 t.
Great Gift Book Sale ! I !
A SPLENDID GIFT!
orlh from VIKTV tKM'Sto ONK HtiNrinvn
l .r. hi.
n.ld, for whloh we receive one doilsr
sou unwarUB at time ol sale.
:()VI(1 to Hie uniaru!lcled sucoess wo
w have met with lor the last two months, we have
removed to the .pacUm. and elegant store,
No. 63, JtIersoQ street, corner of 3d,
A fill have mn.ln rwa, ....II 1 ....... . ..
.n.l j.:..J T .... '" """" ,
I, 0,,. . I. ll S'1:" ' ?."
lewelry Is new nnd osre'lullv nssorled. and eoo.V. 1.
WlTJ'A 'iZWtX' '
and Kllver Watohea, (inlii Ixickets. I.ol.l rhilm. :
Y." , L, , """'"'"'"s. -oid Nieeve umtons,
i'.'i1'1 L "'' !'".'' s"i" rooch. s, and a (real variety ol
,.VJ7.. -eweiry. Also ladles' JJisjant Milk
ANTED. We sre l.re.ured to niter
r Inducements to Atfenla ilmt, i.u u....
1-uhll.hera in th. United Slstes. '
No. 3,Jellersou St.. comer ol Third. 11, .(.. r
W. A. McDuNALI).
t,o,!ket'al"rsoPotlo,l of which ia of
Furnishing Goods ! ! !
Xew, Xovol, Klegutit nnd Useful. A largo
lot of those indispensiiblo articles just re
ceived. The HOYS thut mischievous clitss, who
tear their c'ntlies I have no doubt will call
und see me, aa years of experience has
and llinrni.i'lilir nnm.l,, l,i.
, . -""" v-.v.uu. ufi- .
ncarance. hv drossinir h in .in in a ...it n
my well-fittinK gurinciits. I'urcnts are re
speotfully invited to exninine the tnods.
My stock of Oontlemen's Wear is one. nf
proveu 10 mom unit I onn suit their juvenile !
tuples; and if there is a boy inside or outside
tlie Corporation, who bus not worn my 1
JACKKTd and PANTS. I wish to s I, in,
of the most complete and beautiful intliolk
Cull and czuuiiue tho Latest Style.
. W. 0. BREED'S,
Ko. 1, Main street) Dayton, Ohio.
1Ur!11! -- O Tit 1.
Milliners & Merchants
DESIRINO rilOK'r! NKW STTI.RS OF
SUA WLS, PA RASOLS,
MA.ST1LLAS, LACK GOOJS, tc,
Will do well to examine our assort
ment beforo purchasing, our stock
comprising tho lurgost and richest ,
assortment ever ollercd in Ihe mar-
our own direct importation.
V. P. DEVOU
ss rock. vooi),1
Importers slid Wholesale Dealers In silk floods.
"" 'i, I'iniiuiiaa aim a.ruw tiiioui.,
83 and 85 Pearl-street i
mhai -'.'mdaw 1 ;
B. A. TFlWRE
310 l Ml'ltl'IM',
Slur Mills WHITING PAPERS.
WK would Invito the attention of buyers
to our THING STOCK of
Paper Hangings, Decorations, Ao., I
Which Is now very eoaiplvte. We deliver pook.i
( wlthouUhsrge, u si.y part ol the ullr.
HATS OF ALL KINDS.
All Qualities and Prices!
Has just received and now offers
The rarest Stftcs
Embracing every variety of
CASSUiERE AND SILK.
Mrutv esssd 1'uliu Latuf Iluli!!
Morphy" Straw Hats!
10 DO. SCOTCH CAI'H.
"CAPS In Great vsrlety.auil at prlues the moat fa.
vorshle to purol.as.-rs. sprM-dA wtf
OUR CuaU.mers, having uusettlsd aooounts with
ua, will plesse observe, that we have reduced
Mrirtly to Cnlil
hetng desirous to olose our boots at Ihe earliest
period, woulJ sak the attuillon of all to an
lataltruiaT settle is est.
JOHN, VAN DOHEN It CO.
m arc n vt joov.
Charl Aubsrt'a Eatat.
ALL paraona iodebtod to Ih Estate of
Charles Aulert, dsu'd, are reaixx'tlully reouest-
w ,, t.u pcnin iiMuteu.a..'. j.
It. BUf.TIN, Adm'r.
om.ie, east side Melnitreet, over J. w. Iisrat
Bro's atoia, ... t ms
.ady'i Rook, for May, just re
P. F. B. SHl'IIL,
I r. sain 1 'eiendnnl t hereliv nnlilled Ihn
A i plslnllir aloreashl has Nleillilt itelirtmi In
' "r', ashliiss jiulainent sln ,1,lrn,.
"''' two lironiUiuj, nnles, to wit! One for
ANII.IntereHonssldhslani. Iron, i'v ,rv 17 IhM
, An.l u,e ..1,1 m.ien.1.,,1' 1 u m,iiHi L , .
oom.tv : ami sit . . iiZ7,,..Vi , """'Jfoinery '
,' y "t said liytoi.. e.,u .v ueipre Rail R,""d
HTn.'?;..?":.'!'':'.'.':. h wntre of ll,,, li-na""!
SUte ot Ohio.
W on I g o ifi e rj
ooiirt,i. ll not'n
ear ami anawer salit etll.
""" on n'
toif Hie II,, 1,1 Sotur.l.w .n.r n..
".. . I.IMF.IW,
lit I. II. a I. ST KCSMtinv l,l At,.. .......
FN putsuiinee of an order of the Superior
a. rituH I within ami ror the eomitv of Wonlaom-er,-
ami State el 1)1,1... mails al the t el.ruarv term.
ten v i nrown a ,., 'T.r., .
AO A I -HIT
fc.nhls c. Klcrilcl, J.i .nr. M. smith and others,
J.'!!lr.,,l'11lfclpu ! T1" pl mi rul,no "'' on th
hours ol u ami s o'clock, p. M., on "";
SATl'I.DAY, MAY 2STII, lsoy
The folloa-llut ti.,rril,l heal K.l.t.. ....
... """. atoniKome.y Wlllty, lllo: BH,
Lot numbered nuiv ai'tiralieU at
" " 4IS
"f K'k (" ti. CI.,
"nail r rrlj.1,1 a, '..,f l,,,,. "
l.t niimhered as aj.j.ralae.l at J7i,(
!' 8,,1ii " " 7.'o,mi
ft) HI, 0(
These l,l, are north or the ( Im lnnstl Depots,
and are very ilealrshle for dtvelltnss.
. . . .
m ,M,l''"ereu.i,,M on inn corner, aprraiwd at 780,00
... "" on l.il.llow street, 6.IO.CS1
SV-Lool lloeT '" " "n
At tha Door of lb Court House,
.ot niimhered t71,on I'errv.
het. 4th and nth
The north 4ti J feet of Lot No. 88, on Main
The south VI feet of Lot No. SM.on Main mt
het. till, and f ranklin streeia
SOorr ol the weal, and of the south 70 feet,
of Lot No. m, fronting on Ihe allej, ap
Lot No. sm, being N. Ksst corner on nfcin
and 1st ad., wllh large t'nune Wairhouae.
Lola No. mi fc ns, of 1st .treet. mnnln.
back to Mall Road, with Miami Kouii.le.y
and Ma-hli.e chop., .object to an unex
pired l.o. ae lo James M. Knilth, appraised
11 No. 7ns, wllh Brlok Warehouse, (Vine,
gar Factory,) on K.iat side, ol Uiiain, near
1st St., aa), raised at ' 9 too 00
"' """ One-thlrd esah In hsndi
r - .j,,ni, ooe-ioiru in iwo v.n
Jrom liny of sale, with intere.1 on
u.cnls. to he MAcreil i,v '. '
To he 1 a, ,i,e mm, TC 01 . T. " " ."'
til'.NRY I,. BROWN,
, Kxecntor and ;.iar.liii,
aprlS-dtt and Speolsl M.utcr Couiiiil.loner.
Truatoo a Balo of Valuable Real Estate.
TN' pursuance of n certain indenture of
Rainl"' Vr1"'" ''c, .'!"""'' x"' and Belpre
;, :: -.i'.... ... . . ii'm pur., anu vviiuai.i
l.llullmanol the second part, made the Mth .lay
J"'i.'!r! ' ,KM' "J rc-c.r.Is-il In the Recorder's of.
Itlceol mootgomery OOlllltv Januarv Q7lh ,ui ,..
Mortgage Hook I., pages 6.'7, (fss, 19, njo, 101,
ass, ass, tM, tM, a 6J: Also, lu Ihe Heiimler'a ollloe 1
... vireen. county, linio, Fehruai y 111., IWII. In Uook
1.., pages an, 7I, 1(77, 278, 1IJS, uw. JH. .,3.
vsi as, ami, 1 will otli-r lor snle llw lolliItiTniue -
scribed Ileal Kslnte, on "
SATURDAY, JUNK 4TII, 1600,
Atineuoor or the Court House, lu tho city of Day-
ion, oeiween the hours of I and 4 o'clock, p. aa.. of
Also Lot In aiild city ol Hav ton. 'JI8J. cienr ,.r .,,..!
incumbrance. " - '
aibo, i.nri of Lot n..,i.r..i i,n
140. In said elivori
Dayton, described aa lollowa
,.,,,,., , , ' , J -'-
on 11.Q south aide
or less lu width, I
on the south aide olald Ill-lot. and 1H. - i. .......
lio.itl itv on 'I'M, .1 ........ -.,!..... 1 . ..
.' . . .7 "... nojutiil.lg
,'" ' , mV? . .." ' nre"h"r, ! .'. AukI.Ii.-
''" .Ue?- 1B4,i- and the
iro,erty convex,,! by
I lor the Day on, .ei.la
Hullmnn, Att'y. in fn
nmpani, under Said Trual
. , iH.ingine west half ol the
unuierly ilea, , .bed III No. 4 ol the Schedule ol , .
Also, the following Ileal I'.al.t,- (described In No.
stL'L'Z ';,'ei l''',''V,-:ll"Monl"''y'''nt
K S '7 'amf r.e'T.te HR,.'S"0!'!
ginning at the north-west corner of I'a'tty Newl
cumb's one hundred sere lot, theme south o w.
south ii. eof,v h . . : . X.,".. r "n i
mri v-ioiir fttwi niitini .. .. t .. .
on the south llneol aaldeth atrt-vt, N. 14i-, fc. throe
Terms of 8n'e One-third ,!, n.,.n.ii .
months: and one-tliird In Iwrli .. i,,..,,.. .. .... ?.. 1
terest.tobc secured by mart 1 , ... i bA Z ,L ..... !
Id. " - I-..),
W. r. HUFFMAN. Truatre and All' 1., r....
for the Day ton, Xeula Uelpre K. II. t;o.
CHEAP DRY GOODS.
RECEIVED THIS DAY
A LOT OP
Suraner Silki at eoo., worth 76o,
t.litoio HHki at boo., worth il.
Llrick silks nt 7fto., worth l.
Funuy nirtiKCB nt 26o., worth 8710.
Jncount Lnwni At 6;c, Worth line.
Frcimh tlrlilUutt at IVo., worth soo.
Kranuh Chlntg 1 aoc, wiirtli 2oti.
ValnolHj at afte.. worth Kfio.
ValfnolHi at I''aC., worlU !o,
6-4 HIM. Muiltn at lO'c, worth 16o.
ft-4 Uld. MuiUnat loc., worth IS'o.
6 Bnlti Hunia (Jraah nt luc.f worth l'ir.
To..ll... -.1.1. Vl.-.s r,-. . !
- a, r. .... w... ..juuu, 1,1 (1 U Ol
Silk, Grenadine, Tissue,!
O S se. , I
Barege Organdie Robes, ;
iiikI hi Ik
Mi mil lit a.
wlllouinpar favorably with Ihe above prices.
Ohas. S. Weatherby,
ita Fii'i'ii sTKLt r,
Bet. Vino and Rac at.,
X. J. W slAtiMCjXM,
CI Maimt., between Strand and Third
WOULD 1NKOHM TUB LADIES OK j
T paytou and vlelnlty, that she bss lust re-I
lurned from tho Ksst, and Is now opening the laig. i
sud most beautllul assortment of
has ever before heea presented to h.r ...,.. !
.Vf.irJ " MMMiat. la paj-t, or t
TRIMMINflS Jtf! 1,1
...... - ... n uiie, on me i,Hai line 01 the corput
"."V"'"' onF l,ol a stake; thence
4 , ,IRt,"M' ,,ne nuiuireuihH ol a pole to a
.unmnuiu .'.- K tlilrtr-elght and nine- '
tenths poles to the place of beginning. conUliilne I
l.,,l,i... .!"; . or leas. TolmsolU, in
!nh!,r;,e rj,r' t,.1.",! kzl wl"u"
Also Lois number,',! len (0)"J 7lZeen (is) i
.,., .,n , lle rown 01 xenia , as rocordod
of which are most fashionable p stterns, snd well
seleoted with siieolsl relereuue to liie-wsnls aud the
Ladles are lnvltea t oH iul('vnlrie herstoek,
her store, tssoduwis uvrih.oi the Court Huuje
. ., ' wr
I WOULD HAY TO All IKTRHlSfPmi
. ,ha' 1 ,""'e ",e "est nsso.tmentof I'srlorand
lamia city, anil would Invite you to
CORN KF OF
iifuriae, al.. T 111 auuillon t
n7.ok waiout i oMi n0dsteads, (
""xewood, Oak and Walnut High Head !
uniinn llci steads,
"A Stitt-li in Time Wr.vos Nino."
THK HIMI'l.l! ANNOIICKMKNT THAT
A we hsv s tlMlilne In pvrrt wsv euusl to the
THU VI'JIV LOW
A M the repiifoinn It ln,s aeqtiired in v
erJ P'"r " ''a Wn Introduced, has
1 neretoiore rendered it unnecessary (with
1 the limited means wo hnv lind fur supply.
! ing ourselves with Mncliines,) lo advertise
jnv great extent,
ving nlreud.v EXCEKDKII TUB WP.
"J t-ng now 1'KKI'A IIKD TO
MKKT ANY IlKMANIl.snd lo FILL A LI.
I OIU)KH8 PIlOMl'TLY, w feel it our
duty, to tho clrtrB of tieoplo who lia
.M..Na nr Iiu.k to P,
, . , , dm.n.. , . . .....
, , .,
, '"""."" Jrr,ra rn.uit
r nnni) Know thnt tliey nan ns K,w,J
JsPTiTinrr T'T n nlii ni
' Ai thorn in in tfic thiukct, at a rcaaoimMi
prioft. Ow AlonhiDS whu civen the MOST
K in the rnnnvt itf ll.a
iKair at lha Franklin Institute at I'l.ilndnl
phiu, and PLAC1CD AT Til K UFA J)
tha list In point of merit, and has received
THE FIRST PREMIUM
Over all others, at the Stlo Koirsof Illinois
and Wiaoonsin, and i,i, otiir r... at
which it has heen exhihited. It is
Ml It PA KN i:i il NOE
lo beauty, simplicity, duruliility, quantity
and quality of work, and is, in a word, tiik
Machine for the People.!
denenil on (JIIICK KAMfj svril
SMALL, i'HOKITS, end have therefore!
placed it ot
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PHICB.
Call nhd emn.ine hefore piiritliiisinK else,
linre, nt HALKHKOOM.
111 Mi'lodpoii (iIIIIiik,
X- E MMX &. t().
N, II. Persona at 0 distance can rnlv
... 1 .. - :
upon navitli! all orflor Dromiitlv II 1 1 ml will.
u ar.L. 1 '.. r, ..
' ""' """, anu lull UircctlOIlS
tr-Keslionslhle LOCAL AUliNTS wan tod In all
pane of the Westaud South. mhai
lit WliTARERifd MS!
Cor. Main and4thsts.
40raia. aT lila-a 'S't. !.!.,.
" "Z. .. .
Willi Hots, KimInK-ikU,
Wltxll Xt nSJ,
AT I) Ft 1 l T 1 TV 1 a"j 1 n I a-1 nn at
"ley "sn be otitnlned claewhere.
MHD ALtilOM PARLOR BnlTB
t .,r:tct: .r oulloi
IN Pnanwrmn ,cnr rr-,,
w w (owAIAAj
itered In ri.iiH.vvllh rl.-l, Mn,tu,u,.n n.r.....
Also, In llrochatelle and Hair Cloth. Also,
HamOer built, in Jiotewuod,
AK snd V A LNUT,con.llt'to Attmiu'a tt hal No..
ui inv tioeav oroer.
1 wou o say 111 conclusion that thnv arc msnufac.
lureu ny iiija, If, and would be plei.aed lu have vou
A Is nnirrn
0. P. BOYER,
- "" - "rn.rofjIIJ, and H.ln street.
D A 1)
14 AS KliCbM'LY ADUliDTWt) UOOMS
" 10 his store.
MAIN AND 2D STS.,
here he hsr on hand, and will fortlieluturekeei
e followlnr eni.ineiMle.l Urti..,A. I
la r.i.niu. - auMIUUUI
...... ... a . . .1 . . . ... .
A "L?" ml ou' CBam-
oor oots, r iue) hioolt Caaes. and .
Bttaglrea, Flue Oak and
Ovul, very lurpte, heavily carved & fine cilt.
Arched, " . " "
Writiare, of all sizes und kinds, "
ALSO Muliaiinnv and Walnut M
PI K EST OF liOSEWOOl), t WAL
; NCI SOFAS, UIAUIS, TAlJLES,dc.
iBlx Different Kinds of Hat Rack.
AU kinds of Buroans. Tables, L'halrs.ete., always
hand. All of the abote uheaper than ever, at
i,'i Corner Malu aud Ml streets.
'Coal, Wood & Lime!
V Ao m
WOULD KE srKCT F U L LY AX-
nonnoe lo the oltlsens of Dsyton and vlelnlty
that he la prepared to supply In large or smsllnusu
tlliessll who may fsvor hiin with aoall, with U.e
best iiusllty of
a", Sa ssafs
A GOOD ARTICLB OK WOOD
- wiiicii ur wiLi.anx
CUUUBiU LiX)lH era A qv
He la also prtjared to deliver in any uart of tha
ccda u vi 1.1.1; vtnv., 1
Which Is the most desirable lime brought to this
rn umrti prou.p.lV lllietl,
Isrdaud umue.oii Thlid street, nesr theXeiil
ueiKii. . aovlS-lvdaw
SPRING & SUMMER.
HAVK now on band, and shall keep
4l"u'nl' ' season, an elegsnt sssortmeat of
Bonnets and Hals, ol Ihe Istest aud most snproied
fir n IlllVMIfT'
UlLF 1H). IE,1,
Ladles wlahluss genteel Hstst a ItKASUN-
eu tu uall and examine.
ET8 KEPAIItED, .
lllesohed and Pres.ed In a auiwrlor manner.
47 Main street.
'I'lIE Atlantic and Clreat Weatorn lUllrn.J
Company are hereby notlrled to l urb, gutter.
aud gravel the sldewnllt In front of that part
.u-.oia riiis. vr. s4o. siiis, vtiou, uwui, S7lu,
hjj, i7u, nut, 3 its, m, sut. iim, je, t,tM
slao the uukuowu owuers of lots Nus. 8H4A,
116-4, B7M, S7ul, 9740 Snd S74S, are hurel.v noil-
t fliii.1,. .it,.. ..1. it m...i .li.
trout ol aald lot., froi.tn.gua First ,tiw,l,bnw..n
Webster aud Keowee atreots. In the ally of Hayion
ssld work tube dona wltliln slaty days from the
us uoii., uuuer ine mreviiua ui uie 1.11
oreer of th Council, this seth day or Merea,
D. IMS. a'lKLblNO LOU8V,
sprtS Clt '.'lark.
I'lIK Automntin ('imftir, or Ilouflp Kpfp-
numlrfr or Hior i'mi fillnchnli rrwlu.in(r t
! f'lrnnnt fiirrpnt nf ntr r.rut1i I n Btij llir turn xml
lnMilii tlit tw Nti ol tin Iilnnrr TnMts 'I lie in lei k
! do not xofHl thnt of th onltnnry timtnr; nuw tui
xlithttioo Aod for HlRt
mi l liinl nf 1 it t.
N. H TLU will t round nn InvitliiNhlr iit:ck- in
the It-It room, for fnnnlnir nnd krvplnfc (t illt n.
JUST received a fresh invniee nf the luteal
ami newr-l al)lea nf JKWKI.HV, of every ,li'
sni litlnn, sullshle lor II, e tnnv tm,le. at
"NIIKH WOOD'S "
' fl!... ril!. . . IMM
I HHP I HHP IllVWil
a ""5 inivj s jiiiv
lT"ls dy fp'cv'il atinlliur line essortmeul
i "' "olil and silver Watehes, wllh IH'IM.KX
HKI AI HKD I.K l-.H, and tain myv rmrnls, lion,
ttieaiost celebrated mukrra. nt
am Third ftrert.
M'la I at II arc.
AN entire new nnd eomnlntn assnrlmcnt of
every article suitable for the Table, at
ia Thlid street.
The Largest and Cheapest
Lawns, Brilliantees and
In tho city, Is to be found at the store or
D. W. WINTERS.
Also, a full line of other kln.U of
Dross Gro ods.
lu great variety, from tho I.'heapebt to Ihe Hi sr.
An Immense stock, larger than Is to he found In am
other house In the city. None kept oul the . si
" ll.fcP tOH THE l-SICEN,
! AU NTLKTS! U A U NTLHTr"!
SILK, KID AND L1SLK
LACS AND SILK MANTLES AND CAPES'"
- UONNETS AND HIBIIONS
JNO. n Main street.
D. W. WINTKas.
Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON !
piIILOriOI'nKliS pronounce Hie propnsi
. tlou Irrational that, an "n -reslslshle 1.1. onn
eeroonieiu sontaot with ao Immovalde on,.." lie
that a It may, one thl.nt la wrlaln, aud lo-ynnd su,-
Ks""rfi,'1,f::',',r'l'll',','"'tl'.M 's''- HnrtVllKAI
,0' SV".I'"'!,'.''', '" "'Proi'le of l.aylon,
'r..L.liUt"J"1 N"""J.l-H. KIl'lH A Mil W
BENJ. F. WAIT
la now aliening s large and inajrnlllcrnt assnrlmi'ut ot
Staple 8c Taney Dry goods.
fS "H.V.lu h Kssteni f'ltlea, and eieele.1
ISll r-"M'ssly r tl.l. markel. Ills stork la
full, consisting to part of
Fancy Silks, Clialli,.,, llrilliantB, Lawns,
White goods, of ul) tlesoiiptious, II..
siory, Notions, cto., oto. A line
lot of Sprinft Summer .Shawls,
uapes ana Mantillas, u
largo und splendid ns
sorlintnt of linn,
nets, & lion,
Kverj kind and rarioty of Hats a Wee
supply foryounK and old.
r tVSu .".and 0,.h"r '"Ji'nses s.e niuch !,. Knat
of the "deep wslera," fie frols rnnrldent In holm!
able to sell at lower tlsures, Kl.H THK i'aMI, Ihnn
oaub. oM.lnedel..whfre not even except!, , u,"
v .1 piueu over oy ine gentlemni, I
'PHK partnership heretofore existing lie
. tweeu the undi-ralaned, Is tills daydlaaolwd
y. IVJ2att 'u,eat- Iiusliicss of Ihellim will he
settled by the senior member, J. Lehensheiaer to
who.uaocuunls way bo paid, and who will .itth,.
J. Lr:ilKNSCl'.ltui; -A,
Clear tltv. 'I lin k 1
... 1" "" 'waui-hea, at the old slandVou lid
?u,'.,,i';',',"or '." ,',,."'e ' "sua. to ie.
,.... 'lM?''VUKl'lll.l,'u"s for tholrllheisl
imrcmifjie. and ,ii.B ,rM ir,., ...
and K'oin of new oiifi thxt hn i-.i,... i,-.. ..." i
"I leal IhetrauS, Hst.bltVl
apra-lf JOSKI'H LKOKNanRuriKn
- i;sTk...i..i ii . V i o
WJ101 rci-elc" 1 luted and Hre.Hpoons, O
L," " " CuHturs
... T- Hets. r:
Ilrittuuia CofTco and T. I'ots, W
CliBuipagne, Wine and Ornamental M
anu s genera isssorlmeiit ot
KNIVES ANU KOKKtt, AC.
HILkLKH, HEMLtysnd MAXTON, '
. l striwt.
1B,;bH- qusllty of Pink-eye PoUtoes,
'"Y.A1"1 lv' from the Norlh-west, In prime
eoudltlon, and for asleslths store of r '
. W. H. UKANDhMitiHOsnd CO.,
NIOM sew Bsllbl..bMt of lha season.
es al I, M. ItHSU
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ri fc - ai-'SS
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o t -i-
0 r lga
Orel, ami I
..I nine mri sno theirri'Mt ouhlli;
Willi a nil .lo. k lra,iy Mlle c.'lotlilng, 0
derlotloi,,i;,,t..uruf.,lUlI Goodsill. "
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