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Friday Ivanlng, May 13, 1J9. IT steading M titer en Ertry Psx-se, .Kor 1-oonls, Talagraph. and other matter of Interest and Information, see Kirat and fourth Peite. Democratic County Convention. Th Deatnerata of Montgomery eonaty art hereby notified lo meet la Maaa Convention, at Raekel Hall, In Dayton, on Salnrdiy May 91 at, at 8 o'clock, P. Ii., fcnr ilt purpox of ap pointing nina deiegatM anil alternate lo tha lnncratle Blala Convention, to Iw held at Uolonibu nn Thuradny, May SOlh. A Ml at lenience la requested from every Ward and Township. Iljr order of ika Democrat! Utn. B. M. AYRES, Chr'n. THOS. F. THRESHER, Sec. Wiping Out His Record. Without intending llit eomparleua to ba od. n our coleniorry of the Usselt will pers milnatoesy that ba remind oa soniewhsl of "lha Irishman's flea, "that was" not thr" when ha put hit finger on It I Yesterday, ha quoted the"Msohiielt Amendment," sod in jusllfl e it ion of It Mid i Tha olijeet of Ihia provision to withhold lha right of iift"rsg I mm adopted eltiaensfor two junta afttr they shall hare received their oa turalisaiioa papers) to prolacttha integrity ana purity oi in Datiot oox 1 to prevent pouti. eat parttaa, on tha eve ol important election, rally tug u th poll, run ol touri, arnoiiy unfit tn exerria tha elective franchise. Now, are considered this language vary ax. plirit Tha"ewarm of voters, vitally rtmj.l to exercise tha elective franchiar," ar plainly indicated to he those men who, born oa a foreign mil ek our ahore from rhoiea, and after re naming her a tiroo apeeifted by our lawa, ap ply for and obtain certificate of ritisenahip. Our eotemportry oould alluda la no nthar elase, for tha subject includes no other. Vrsfrrdes- ha did not dears tliam fit to exercise lha elective f such is, until mftrt they ahall have been hara a "larm of yaara," and ahall hara nada them selves wall acquainted with onr political rcom omy. Tv-alay ha aaya : Wa ara not for increasing tha larm, of proba tinn. nor ara wa very particular about natural ising at all I This ia certainly one of the moot remarkable instance of vaulting position wa aver heard of; wa doulil if o great a change aver before came or r tha ipirit of ona'a dream in a eingle night I Indeed, it approximate one of tha moat diffl cult foata of Drat data gymnasts, and wa que lion whether Prof. Hii-mler could quite equal it, in hia line. Adopted eitixena, then, ara not what our cotamporary yesterday aaid they were ; tha reatricliooa ha sought yaatarday to place upon them, than, are not neceeaary hating tendered them ha retracts, and ma ken the broadeat posaible apology, by proposing to embrace them aa equal ! Yesterday, referring to lha "Maaaarhtiaetla A-neiidnienl," the Oaxelt said : Onr. Chase In hia lata letter, bowerer, pro posed a milder aud (uita aa effective a method of meeting Ihia difliculty, i. e. tha ignorant lurrigo role.) via : a reduction of the period of residence iu the United State to three yoara, with the privilege of votiug two year alter ward. This elfectually guard tha ballet box, without extending the period of naturalisation to ait inurdtnata loogtb. Thi language thow plainly that our coleta pitary yesterday favored tha proposition of Go. Chaaa, and lather preferred it lathe "Mse aachuietta Ameudtnent." lie argued tha necea aily of auch reatriction tha .- Persons of foieign birth, all agree, that tha immigrant should aerre a reasonable probation liefore entering on tb important work of eovar iguly. It would certainly Lake an American three or four year to become intimately ac quainted with the workings of tha Uritith Conalitittion, before exerciatng the light of voting for member of parliament. The right of urfrage, in thia country, ia tha moat Mcred and important of all political righra, and he who eurouragea an ignorant and iinarmpulou man unvote, incur a leaiful moral responsibility, and inflict a vital atah on the liberty of hie country. When election ahall finally he carri ed by bribery and corruption, anarchy and deapotim muat inevitably enaue. It will he borne in mind by tha reader that the above argument ia made againat the "for eign vole," aa it i eontemptuoiialy termed by the oppoaition. Tha laat eaoleoce ia particu larly aevere, and ahowa what the Qaaetta yeater day feared would reaiilt to our libertiea from the xerclee of the right nf aurTratre by " ignorant and nnaerupuloua men,' (onr naturalised cili xeo I; In order to fully put himaelf on tha re cord in favor of Gov. Chaae'a proportion, and to how that auch reatriction ia imperiotialy da mended, the editor of tha Uaaetle yeaterday wrote : Such an amendment of tha law aa Governor Chaa propoaea would leave foreigner to their own free volition in applying for the privilege of naturalUiinn. Now, they are eliminated to it by the bribe and perauaaiona of diahoneat politician. Juat before Hial election, thou, nand receive ther filial paper without coat the money for the puriwiae being contributed by candidate aud their friend. Uleika and Pro bale Judge, under atreaa ol parly fidelity and pledgee, in uumberleaa inatancea have done thi work gratuitously. The consequence ia, that haalily naturaliaed voiere are precipitated nn the polla in large maue, who are, of neceaiiy, wholly unacquainted with lha geniiia nf our iualilutiuua, and tha policy beat calculated to ubaerve the great iulereala of tha country. The editor of lite Oaialt then auecaeded iu plainly defiuiog hia poailion. He left no room for doubt. After a night of reat, or unreal, prob ably, during which tha question, ttilk all Ut oesrinoe, wa revolved in hi mind, ha thua biota out the record of yesterday, and lakea a poai tiun which has startled tha entire community. Indeed, wa do nut know but that it haa had eomelbiog lo do with the audden rise in price of Hour and grain I Hear him : Why naturalise at all t Why retain single provision of lha Constitution placing foreigners on a different fooling to uativee T Why not let them vote a year after their arrival iu this country Y Why even confer the right of eitiaeu e-liip t "Let down Me er," we say, "end Ut tin uAefe werlW in ' Awegr with your probation and your achuoling I Tha Oaiett "outUerod Herod I " W can hardly believe our eoteniporarj in earnest ba may poaaibly baeiercls nghia irouical abilities; if so, ha baa eucceeded beyond competition iu the line. But there ia somethiug behind thia ironical pleasantry this expression of Ion for tha foreign born of our neighbor. There ia aa avidaut purpose to break the force of wbal he wrote yeaUrfJey. Hia article waa mischievous in it tendency to Itepublicantsiu ia Ohio, where "the naturaliaed vole muat be secured at all hacsrda." Our neighbor put his foot iu it ; and, iu order to get the party out, haa put in bia other foot I Wo have, aa considerately as poa sibls, manacled them, aud now leave our neigh bor with a bucket of water on either shoulder. HtTHKM of Pi a a' a 1'aaxi.n. Tha Hi. Ixu. i llepublioan ha iDtelligenoa from Cotton wood i'priuga, anoouuolog Ui return of gold hunter ia ut nuiuber from I'ike'l I'eak. They hara been utterly deoeiyed and diaappoiatad, and have been driven away by the timpU. faot that tbay oould not lira at tha "minus.' They now back moat ly on foot, and arc In a miserably ragged condition. Comparative reliol bat bean af forded them at tha different elation of tha Jlookaday Mail Lina, but their number I ao great tbat thia suooor doe not amount to much. The oorreepoadnl of tha iUpubli Mxwt that tbay ahpU Pt raliated ij tkl ffBeo, BfA.lt re reported fro INm (hat tn ex qnieiU alafnt of Veoua ha been lioi.vered ia vineyard, half mile beyond tha Porta Forteee. It Is said to rival In enmc rcarerta faSe famed Venna fj Medini, but is a rMt ideal type. Tha head wei found a abort diatanaa from lha lorso, and ia minna tha aoe end portion of the lip. The arms and band also ar Imperfeot. Tht marbl ia lariari and the character of Ilia eculpliira ureoian. An Ikdian Kn vticii t Tialioiningo City, Indian Territory, an Indian named Mantook waa eonvinted of murder. Hy tha onstom of hia Irib he waa entitled to a res- pita often daya, kill h mid Ihnt h had to die anyhow, und appointed th next ditr noon for the exeoution to tuke plime. j4a.' oordingly, at tlin deeignated hour lie wna I d out in front of the court ht.ue, and shut by tha HberifT, aa by law nrovided. ! fPA brutal and highly disagreeable prix flghl ttmk place at St. Louis a fvw day ainc. Tha ohmnpion, Jumei Smith of lha olty of llrotherly I.ote, fought the douglily I alrick Carley, of the western motrnnnli. for and in consideration of tho aum of tl'. Tb Carley, who wna alightly under tha iofluenoa of intoxicating (IukIs, wa beatem hia frienda elevating the sponge at the fr,h round. - t'v.r., u, V "pi . r i m ,n" i"fciB. itio mar l.ane Kxpraaa, of London, ha. mado up It. figure. to til CfTeot that foeeicrn aur.iilina r. f . -n ... .... 1 jeer, win ue neeoea to mo extent of S.lOS.tKIO quarters. A quarter ia eight bushels, therefor Knglaml wiii demand a foreign anpply during tha year, for hr hungry million, nf no less than 41,0n0,000 bushel, in round number, of which the United State is expected to euppiy rioht millions I Will we bo ready lo fill tho order? Iv&.Aooortling loreoent letter from Kouie tha number of volunteer for tha approach. ng eonlliot, or Holy War, aa it ia called in Italy, ia daily increasing, and lUsy comprise pereona of all olaasna, young niechnnioa a well a young noblemen. A whole family of Itistoja, including a father nd his two una, hara aet out for tha approximate lent of war in Sardinia, aud bia nnlv ,ln,il,ti. n- oompanie them to niirsn those who may lit wounded, Wr liie Hwiaa papers ore funmis at the movement of Austrian troop in tiie Voral berg, a larga body liariti)? npproaolied and taken up a uenaoing position on Ilia fron tier of the oan'rm of Orisons to overawo the oonfedarated Kepublia This, they say, is tha grnt Utile of Vienna for their forbear ana In not aiding Carlo Alberto when An. tna waa at their mercy in l.oiuUrJy. A Southern paper auirvesta lite pro priety of sending those persons who nro annoyed in the elnve-trade, to the North lo ba tried, and sending South for trial those who disobey tho Fugitive-slave law. HfflL-A etubla was burnod on Long Island, last Saturday, in which wore sovon blood horses. Four wore saved, but tlireo were burnod to death the bay msro, "Kate Miller, a chestnut sorrel, "(.ieorio Washing. ton,'1 and a prouiisiug young mars. I'iielan DrxxiNiis. The challenge of Ser tier to Pholan to rcpoat the gnuis rocently played at Detroit, boa been doolined by I'hot Ian, who gives good reasons fur declining, in a letter forwarded to Detroit, which letter will find its way into the nowepapers in duo oouree of the mail. The N. Y. Kvening Tost says : We ara not fumilinr -with the technicali ties of tho tenure of a championship of the ous ; but its equities would seem to allow no more than one chance to any one contest ant. Otherwise, the chnuipion would gain very little by a decided victory. Hut, on other grounds, wo are glad the challenge woe declined. Matches for money, which are nothing but g-imhling on a lurgo scale, ought to receive no encouragement in this community , and, nt any rate, now that i'ho. Ian hoe, undor a sort of professional nocesei. ty, yielded to one experiment on this baaie, he does well to refuse a repetition. As a billiard player, as maker of tables, and as a man, his position ia now defined and rscng. nixed, lie oould icnin nothinit by defonlinir Sorelier over again, while some ucoident or oesuality might injure both his reputation and bis pocket, wars be to consent to repeat uio inaicn. 1 IIH KKl'UBLU'ANS IN KANSAS We learn by the I.ecompton emoornt that there is a good prospect ol a desperate feud between what are termed the "Klack and "White Kepublioana of the I erritorr. Tha former ara for negro suffrage and equality general ly ; and propose to avow tha lllack Kepiib. Iioan oreed openly in tha Convention at (la- awutamia. 1 ho others, on the contrary, con tend that if such a ouurae is taken, the De mocracy will be ao reinforced by the people that they will sleep all before - them. They propose to organise the "rree Stutn nartv at tha Convention tn be held at llig Spiioge, after the Osawatamia Convention and to do nothing to hinder the organisation at the lat ter. Tliie is a scheme to ioduoe the unwary to act with tha negro equality Republicans, undor the guise of being a separate Free State party. There is no practical question about freedom or slavery. The living isauea ara Democracy or lllack llepubliounism in ivanaaa ; negro equality, or the preservation of the natural auperiurity of white men in political matters Uhio .SutUimaii. Stir Nino Appeal Un the morning of the day of election in Massachusetts, to decide on tha two years' amendment question, the Boston Post, a leading Deuiocratio paper, nada the following earnest appeal : "Patriotic uitixens I Excoriate such a mis erable distinction as this auiouduieut policy will inaugurate, it la bad iu the gruin. Of all people, Jlussaohusetts people should be the last to sneer at principle ; and it is Ihe principle of this proposition tha fact that thia two years' auieudiuent places a sorvils badge on tha whole foreign population of the oountry that mnkua it odious. Never have wa seen a vindication of this contempt ibis concern that comes within a ball' mile of a sound reason fur it it is imporsiblo to frame auch a reason. "Patriotic oitiien I Leave no honorable mean neglocted to defeat this monstrous constitutional tirovislun. It is a moat want. on inealt to a large body of citisens who do absolutely nothiuv worse touucaountry than oowpliuient it Iry their uhuiue, and enrich it by thuir wealth and their labor," Hkili.vul HitaoKKY. The N. Y. Tribune aaya : Wa yesterday saw the results ol a ret markabla surgionl operation pertormed in this city, some five weeks since, by Dr. Car. noohan. Tha patient, James A mated of Del. videre, lloone county, III., a man of some sixty years of age, bad a oancor which ran dared it neoeaaary to out away the eotira upper lip. Having removed theoanoar, Dr. Carnochao proceeded to make a Dew lip by outline in each cheek a strip of tha neoea aary width ol oouras, leaving it attached to tha and of tha cheek where it belonged, then ba dissected tha strips underneath ao aa to render them loose aud moveable; and then atretrhad them till the end of tha two mat under tha noae, where they were secured. In lima Iba whole became healed, and when wa saw tb patient yesterday tha new lip aa perfeet, even to tna Vermillion lining on tha odga, while th soar of tb inoisiou ia ha heM war oroly percaptihle. 1 : I I OHAO. E. CLARKE, JlHAL. ESTATE ! niivtiit ti"l ' 1'jiN l'Al Ali Ail 1'jiN 1 , tlTIM- bar and sell nn i 'ommia.ion Heal i ' ''' "' ail kin.n, non.ia. ind vi .mm., I lae loui. U III hosts l.nu Warrants. I.rl l ,.miwntes,aa.ioenesiaeu,siij Z"Z?ZZ aa eliel and tfin liualnesa. J-o ehsrge uuless sale Is ns,t OHI30 with T. 1. 6. Smith, Eaq., fiend's nulhllhg, ThhiUlreet CITT PnOPBRtYII Jefferson t.A hamUnine l.rit. M'eat l(te, Itelow eh si, Hinall Frsme ill.. II. aeeoad t.-llouse antl tMi he'nw rrr, north l,le. Ilooae, TttO"l.rv Illicit -l.srffe antl nonvenlanl. Iit !t.its), Uruwnat. tlnnoalle noeiev f.e llrnk Ilooae ami large l,ol. (HlAH. Itrnivn .(.rorner if Ann, Two atory lhmlile nrit-s riouae, S'o,l l enar, lellar, Well, n. to p., iu l lstern, ,tu. V II per t-eiit, on the tnvesi McDonouxli st.-0iHtlte llarr. Tivo-atnry Pis Mimae. Uit MX ido, Virth Corner of MonWomeiy. I'lne Lot. aiuall s'raltie lloiia. KORTV LOT-! Oil Hie MIIIIlweeiiatsnitthBts., nu, I a l.rse iiumts-r ot vsi sttt Lol. In uinereol p-irts ol tne eiry. tor s ue eiimp.oi ktili, lor other pmiwrtv , Lit K K. I t.AMki: Cloxx's imlhllng, M si, f I I jl 1 lll inrC lor IMIMIICNM InVCMmPni. Hesl f.-tKte Aeltt, I W " " oniMip or eiotianiin mroiiy . ir..rtv, toe of liry l.oivls anil '.ro.-erli', nearly new, lojether with me huihlins. two aimy ir y new, loeiner wirn ine euiioins, n isn sioiy .e..ltuatl in amall vlllmtenear liaylon. A Is. S:; n'oSeV;'!: larse harn sou eooil orchard. niiig am rooms, wlin "I ,ie stsn,l Is s Kiod ons, with a good run of hit-l nesa, antl the xoo.ls alldealrabte. I his is a rare or iKirtunll i where l.ut little or no money Is required ('HAS. K. I'l.AHKK, aprtll Kent Kstste Aaent, Thlni street FlaJtMillfor Sale7" TDK larir Mill built by 1I1.1 "Pavlon I-'Irx l-o.'wlth a acre ol ground, Is offered for sale. at a hsrealn. Il haa all Ihe ina, hlnery necessary for dotnir a large buslnesa, oomplete And In Roul onter. I l,e property will leold un the mo.t n-a.onat-le terms on appUratloa to 1 11 AS. K. t I.A UK K, april Real Kstste Aent, Ttilrd atreet. OUT LOT. A FINK Lot on Stseln'r Hill, containim; 7; Meres .wsulltiilly slliiateilwlll t,e sold cheap, on ippllcatlon to CHAM. K. CLAHKK, aprta Heal Kstsln Agenl, ad alnvt. CITT PROPERTY. f I'll I' lurra new llriuk Iwellinr llouee, S- hulll l,y I Henry Kiinrs, corner Ml. Ilairand Wa- Ul.nniwnn ine uevtrii.rj vuu. v.if.iw. m...i ,,,in,t- in, ml ml,, .ml iiiriilshed 1, s, I, I so nip) In Ihe modern style. WIII W sold very low for cash, and easy payments, on application to ' 1 C H is. K. rl.AHKF, nih'iS Real and General Kstste AKent,3d si. A l-WO A handsome Itaaidonea on .'.th SI., nnn!.ea'.;:U'1 '.V " nihil Ileal Kstale Agent, Clegg's Uulldlng, Id at. Farms. O 1 I ACHK.rt in Illinoia, 4 mile from Sum- improved, the remainder timber of good uuaiity, u i x .Ip.-o. rich, tillovlsl Boll. Tneresre two good liweiling nouses no in- prem ises, com entelil out-houscs, and la the mldit of a This larm IsnrtVred nt the low price nf $rl per acre, hem much less than Its vnlue. Kor shU, by ( HAS. It. ( LAKKK, Resl Kstute Audit, Id alleet. City Property Htalriiltu Itvl- tleiicv! i, ufler for sale on reasonable terms, a new and haiidaume residence on 'id afreet, be low I'erry. Tlie House Is large and commodious, with all the modern Improvements and conveniences-, t liuely located, and tn a good aemliborhood. Will benuld cheap, 11 appllcalluu 1. uiadcsoon. til AS. V. t'l.ATlKK, mhS Ileal Katate Agent, :lenit' Building. AND WA Kit ANTS IIOUUHT & eiOI.D Cincinnati iuotatlona, or looted tn Iowa, Kansas. Nebraska, or Missouri, by LHAS. H. clauke, mhS Third street. CHEAP FARM. 1 flrt ACKliS, 10 tuiloa from tlio oity.iui 1 "U proved, orchard, .orliiKS,fcc. IS acres timber, and tia acres buttuui. Mrle a lo per acre. Kor.nl by l HAS. K. ( LAHKK, nili9 Heal Kstate Agsilti d stu-et. FOR SALE. nOf i ACttKS of Land in lllinois.on OViUUU or nearllnes of Kail Hoas, compri sing Improved Kann and wild lauds. Totho-e having amall farms In this section, that will sell at a good price, I would say eell, and k'o where you can get a large tract of land at alow price, and where you will have equally food mar ket. A LSI), 10,000 Aores woil selected Land, In Mlinis-i, both the quality and title or which I will guarantee. Kor sole or exchange for oth er property, on the uiot d.-atrable terms. ALSO, A small but choico Farm in ('lurk County, well improved, will be sold oheap, and cny properly laaeum pari i-ej."'- ALSO, A line Lot on Ludlow St., between II II Oil)) I lO Uj WW It, Itlicj t'nva. ALSO, (iurdt'n Lot of 7i ueres enoh. on th iUvor Hoftt., iteftr the clt y . ALSO, A 3 ntnry lir.uk .inH'inoH. ilouso, on JclterBou, t,'teen sd Ami Mi iU.. anil ft tl.'irlle rt?Wlf ii.-tMHiftlli it., Iwt. Mntn iiihi Lud.uw. AIaS1, Kin impovftd 1'roperty in "Miiitni City," untl "DuyUm View," in trtwti of irom to 10 utTttit. All (urrntlr riiKAr li Cd4a. B CLARKE, fcb-il Real Htt Atrnt, Circa'n BuiU.inff. Manhattan Fire In. Co, (INCORPOEATED 1821.) Ol FK Il, No. R, Wall St., IV. Y. CASH CAPITAL, - - 250,0C0. CASH SURPLUS, - $125,000. Insures DuUinx, Mcruhndlse. Furniture, Vesset In I'url and their Larxov,aud ol her propert y airal list loss or dauiaxe hy lire. DIKF.CTOKS. W. P Palmer, Namuel V. Molt, llnfu. I.. Ford, Wil liam F. Mutt, Kdwlo II. Mora-ail, YVtllliiui W. Fox, Klcliard TiKlie, Fetor Cooiter, Thomas Barron, Hubert II. Milium, Moses lay lor, Tims. W. Fear sell, lleury s!llsworlh, Ausustiis M. Ward, James t'olles, Sidney Mai-on, L. S. Snares, John t'asswell, Johu Mewanl. John t. Green. Kben D. trucker. WILLIAM Fi l l' FAL.UKH, Fn-.idi-ut. Asiutrw J. "Mini, Keorvtarj. LHAS. K. CLARK E, Agent, aprla LleiiK's UulldluK, d st. MERCHANTS' Insuraiico Conipanv, OK HARTFOHU, CONN. DIHECTO RB. Mark Howard, at. Woudrun, ( Prs.t. Woodruff A Beach I. Co.) Jamas Duller, (Of 0.11. Northern Oo ) , K. Huberts, (Of Ksusys, Uobsrts Uuodwln.) Uuy K. Phslps, (Soc. Cune. Life Ins. Go.) Timothy 8hlduii,( Contractor and builder.) Jamas P. Foster, (Preat. Mtcb's' Nav. Bank.) Sidney A. Whit, (Or rJpsnoor, Whits k Co.) ! Charles T. Hlllysr, ( Prsit, CharlsrOak Hank.) ' niijan ii. uwen, (ui way, uwsn a no ) llo.u.r lllanohard, (Of 11. Blauchard J Co.) I Kiukerd D. Hubbard, (Htats Attorney.) I M. M. Msrrluiaa, lOf J. M. alcrriinaa.) William L. Collins, (Of Cullius, Urutber Co.) H. il. V. Uallendur, (caatiierot stale Buns.) M . H K HOW Alii), Frea't. IC. THOMAS LOHUKLL, Set'y. Appliuatiuu ieuei ed by l. II AS. K. CLAHKK, Aseill, . Third street, Day ton, Uhio. Would refer to N. It. Uarat, Eaq.,(of Uaret & llerulielrode. John Lvtle. Kso.ot' I'orriue, Lytic A' Shaw. andolhor merchants, who are ecijualnlcd with the bualuess uieu ol rlaruuru. uin-a Irving Fire insurance Co. (IHGOEPOBATED ltfdl.j ort H i; lo , Wall utreet, N. V. OASH CAPITAL, 9200.0 , Imuroi HuHJIiibb, firnlturo, MrKlituiilUe, VbIi iVfstU.it luitk or Umm by ltr, uu Uurnblc tcrui. ia rori tui luvir Liriiofi, kiiu omrr nruirvriv Meuuii Thumuiioa.. W illlum NlcUon. Joh n B. HlUv- r.al CMtrft VAHtWiMtw L jUuiUiu. MaMjovmiu J ntritJujiQ MiuTWt'll, Ai'mnnu. pi uinuiKir, i iiuuimb LttrUly, Win UmtlurtJ, Juliu liuiisor, Mlvuus N Waril. Chairlv lluikl.itT. 1 Alouu rtihm.ii. Wui 0stljf, JutiuUM'trfl, Juhu U Hulitty, Wu J' JtukaKiO, AUaVIU V rHIVai, AlfHMIIHsll lil t f II lie, v II H 1 'IK, ph Kos-ers, Julia II flesniuw, IJavlJ Sauison rvr.r u (.ollllis. r-Ofp'i.u v ray, v. tikiii itiuu-a, lis vlU a arosss, Junu 0W.SOU, k'reilerli-k Hornby. I'yrus Kuapp, Isaac lalcll, lu-1 a. amiirv. W llllani a cr win, J W ausworth, Wis. Fsnluu, a A r'orsk th, ajul audrhas Thouison. " M A SI) NT TUnalS OM. Preslilnt. MABTII Ii. r0WILL, eot.lar. VHA. K. I LAHKK, A sent, astlf t'lexi's iilWln(,lilrist, -J I I , 1 ; ' . ' I Klowerg, Hibbons, Silk ' ! ! ) . FircmcVs Insnranccc Co, CAPITAL, . 0200,000! R"ari tf Dir,, f,t ar,8j 'n.V:'KP- ANint:w nt'MP. i ) ' H k N R Y ' w- ' HkNRV HKHatAN, All b MAKSHALI MKN'ttr 8TIIDARD. I ,J '"'" any, which is oniok niiiKi ,f i?.-,S. '",, r,H I PAAafinsMe Mlit . , , - - " ' ue isvorsiiie terms Atientlon It ralle,! tn the fartthat . I... nl. t-aiVs""ir 'V'1"'"" running aa long as 1KH:i . ' L. ' -.-,-, inn io me atiMNl it t Ironble of annual renewals, ana inleri.n. .!... prn",er' """ V"",UI',", " ""' '' '" Ol outre east sM nf Mala ill. w.. a.. I I litr.l, up slalts R. CRAlOItRAD. pM't II. W. lomset, aeo'v. nons-lyil IIARTFOIU, CONN. g i . as. iity jii C Insurnncc COM I'AX y OF IIAUTKOKD.CONN. . Paid 111 Caultal fOrt Burplua, T ' Aa.ata, Jauuary let, 1039. (308 231 I Title f m,.M,v imiAn,.tini with iim lw. of th ir., Iu whtuh It la Uuhttt butliiMg. Mi,ies. U wlitch It is dot,,, boat..... C. C. WAITS, Mee'y. C.B. BOWIRJ.Fres't. .t nit ti. , w. u. l.otiNsuunv, General Arent. i Reslitln . II. I'll II K, Assist. (J.u.-ml Aseut, ( In UlioalO prii,rrmBHA. ...i . ,u..m. . .L ' ','!. ' ''"'Z, V?.?. ' ' V "J ' ? ,,,, ,h ' spj.ly to ....h.m.w, DAVIS e CUPPT, Ageula fur Us) Ion aad vicinity, nihs-tjyt,' AV- II. S.AV.KRS 1 No. 08 Main at.,cppaait Court Houae, . rrn-r ATTr Wholt'Hiilo and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES, Foreign nnd Oomestio Frulta, Nut, I'ioklaa; every variety of Kruita hermetically neui.-u in nn una ctae, l'rcierte,Jellica,c!at. aup,Hardins,Oyai tors, fialad Oil, Paunea, Ao. Wood and Willow War of all varlellea. I'M I.I. ren'stnl.s, Toy Waeona, Wheelharrowa. Hocklne aprll Opening Every Day!! TO TIIE LADIES ! T,n': VK DK KHIONKD HAS HKCKIVED : A. her uew Spring atoek of ItllllliM'iy mid Fnnry tJoodslll Her slock of bonnet, la Isrve and ennsU nt silk Htraw, ( rsH-s, and all other alnda that the Spring I rde demands, she seeps alsoon hand a splendid Hksoitiiient ul f'rnnoa. Shamnllna uiniiPM, i .area, 1 1 end HreHses.t np, Children's Hut and Flats, Wreaths, Frames nnd Wires, All of wIiIcm slio otters st J.OW PRIOKS, at her old nd well-known estnldlsl.uient. Sl.esoUolt.aoou tlniisnceof the public patrouage. drUieachlng ami Tri aiming don oa short notice. MUM. N. ItOWAKD. No. 113 Main street, near Fuurlh, surt-lin BAVTON, OHIO. Notice, o Cidzeus aud Farmers. rVs, HAVING contracted wttli K.J. Mneui;m,o1 Plltlralllp)laltt fOf OHO blllV Ur.nl iMtrreli of ltBliu j inent. aoiI alio Ktuituokv Ctiinent rejulftrly, I ttin prepnreu to tmitu ciitoma uittl UniAiit CelUri, stipe rlor to any tht hvvelii!n oin t uerviuioro. work will bs mud prfeotly Way irr-iiK'ii ahu wnrrnuieu. ItimtrinK Jontt Id thclw.t mitiuior. Mul At tUo lowest TAta'al. Klttrrtof every kind nut la CliteriM, top or bottom. All Cittern of 40 burrtli, or over, tutored free of ohmge. The Biibecrlbtr hei had nine yearn eKoertenee t the hntitifii, and hni given general AtlafaoUon. The Ofm ol reicr?nti (riven, If required. Hf.t.lmor , No. H)7, Ji'lU-rion street, went aide, be twwn 6th and 3th. BKNJAMIN DKKT. N. D. In ordt-r tocomnete with thoee BrloKHrme thut artKliiK Into the tl tern liutlnes-, Iwill bin ii Hrkii Clayiertii, Rmutrd, for to ecnte per banel, oil. I, frrAut ivallcd, 70 crnte per barreli Cemeat on rurth, with hrtoa top, 46oeutat'r barrel. ir'Jj-4lfcw8iit TT XT iiT-iniT TWrtT ( n , AUSDALt DIXOil & CO. NO. 92 MAIN BTRBBT, Opposite Court House. tlAVK NOW IN HTOHK AND AHB X X ntfering nt very low prloet, th largeat t took of OARPETINGS, or everv ilnnm-lntlnn oi thvlr own ImtwrUtion. Dur- uhnieil Horn tho lit it n.nufoturcrist tkat wMvr nmiwii tn inr irny. All tlit tteit fuiil moat varlrtt Akstor1mnt of Curtain Gooda, ' t'nnsistinx id LACO, DAMASK CHINTZ, AND BLUB, ORBBN, BUFF, AND WHITE HOLLANDS ! Trfttiwiifti-t'iit, G'ol.1, An1 (ioli ruid Velvet Window Mhfttli'it. A1k jJAncn Goods 9 Kuch as TowellnfS, Table Linens, Napkins, lloy lies, Linen abretliiK and Hlllow l-'nslnxs. Also Oliiilty, IHurellls Ami Allendale Counterpanes and Quilts, AND WALL AND WINDOW PAPER. The ue Cuoli re nil bonKht for CAH, kuU will b illil Ht WHOLESALE & RETAIL. On terniR thut ennnot but Iw perfeotly MtlaiAetorjr. VAN A US DAL. DIXON $. CO., uit.S a Mavliut., op(MalUth Court Housa, GiFTSGIFTS! Announikmxnt to thi; Liidies nnd Gentlemen of Dayton AND VICINITY. I ' CSUTIl branch UillOO, fJlllCmrO, 111. 1 n J I '"'"nrh whleh all the business of the Oompany In I ''". .North. Western and 1 X V J Great Gift Book Sale I ! A SPLENDID GIFT! Worth from V I I'T V I tNTS to ONK HUNDHKD UOLI.AKS, will he given with every houk aoM, for wlilch wa receiie one iluilnr uiul upaanla at llmu ol sale. OVSlLW'iStZl rfmuvt'l to tho -tiMijiour. Hi...viuKi"t store, No. 63. Jetlerson trt, oorur of 3d. fliOCK, Antlhuve ii.Kdf strict addtttumtoour etoekuf Booke and Jvflr. liiituoi-mvii.e Uiaii vfr. Our altHk of book, and I wiBow i.rfiiarsj iu uupr Kieator i J.uvHiy ii nw aud eiirttrully aiwortrd. and oou-l-ti ! nf llihU'B, MlKf llrti,wu Wurki. TUv Ce 1 1 1 cutiNict of Gold lain auu nutorivai, rtwUOM. ana ad ailv.-r WnUh.'st, Uoltl UKkote, t.old C lo,iu-, ixii't nrnifHieii, trout reni'ii, utni siet v buiioiii, t bom biiiiisi, uiiuifo uruot-'in'e, aim aartrni vaneiy oi other Mrtit'tt'sol Jewelry, Also LaUlfai' tU-jjaut tUlk itre sittt Ai-KM S V NTKl).-W ara iirepared to offer greater tinluuitmitiits to AKiite Uiau any otber Hook I'Htih.lirra In the Unttud .ttitWa. No. Oa, Jt iteiton at., oorner oi Tltlrd, Uavton.U. aiuiA-tr W. A. MiDONAlali. Wednesday, May 4f 1859. BEDUOTION- DOUUI.L-.SKIUT 2 Jupe Dereg Orena illue hola at iO worth '6. Hleh Uari-so ill) at IS worth se. -HaailsoMie Mubsa at six. swveu. eiakt olae soil tea dollars. rrlntea rareses, ursaaoies, rrsocn Laarns, aa t hiatue, ali at Mcoocao I'aii h. a.) 4 eUHN, VAMUOHKN CO, . It, II) tt LEGAL NOTICES. i , iasalUclty ol l)aUui,liai,cear of any Incmnoranre, Also, pelt of Lot aumliered 140. In salt! eltv nf Koull.Je.lernllatou,deKrildsf..noW.: Ilelni ij r"t In VlenU, IiQhas. S. Weitherby, HOIICB. . James W. Iwrey, rislntllT, l ftst of ' uhln, . s. 1 M n n I s e i neutwa llaevtit uth, IHfendant. t t nimti suoerior n1tH . ' sourl.t'l. II srt'n n iv earn I'elemlant ia hereby notified th .J'.'.' rtslntlff efonnsm has Klert hi nellllen at ...... . ' I , aaaiea jixlemeut aealnsl sal ilefeml. .. . i', w niri. in wii: i,. n IM, with tea pereenl Infereat leom May IMh. IM1. , . ,..ra m inn. auntaer. with .Is oe-i-eiit. .' .T;' " V'f halanee, Iron, fel.ruaiy il, lwn. I And the aaid lieletuUnt la notlrtea that he I ee. I eulrea lo appear r,a an.wer sslil petition on or I. -l..,1,;;;; eulrea lo ,rer r,l aniwer sslil petition on or Iw ri.re th third eaturuav alter 11, e isih ,1.. nr u ... A,Vt:r.V.TKraa,.,,t.T..o;Var,,-.OWKM' Bre-daaw "' Auomrj. ; Truatae aSaU of Valuahla Real Eelata, IN pnrsuann of a certain indenture of l trust between Ihe nsylon Xenl and Beli.re Mall aoail Oniniisny of Ihe II rat part, anil William 1. Hultman of the ae,s.nil ,art, msila the 9oth uny of Jaauarr, H4, sail reisirde.1 In Ihe Ki-enruer's of. 11,-e ot MnntKoniery uouuty January 117th, IHSI. In Mortcare Book I , nates . bn, AM, ;tl, fto, ;ll, HI, JJ, im, lift, a ui Also, in llis Ke onler's orlt -e 01 ureeii. ooiinty, otilo, Ket.riiHry Itli, Inn, In Book 1, 'aai,!,; ,, t the foiiourius oe - ' . i.K ., s,0, a ,w, s. 1, s in, y,s, vhi jhh, a ii 1 will nll'er lur ml aonoeo neai aaiale, on 1 lAI'tlHDA V fliKi.' -rti 1, trVl At thtl tlottr Of Hit t our I llnmi. In tha. ll, ,.r II.. wwitnn ttm noun oi i 4 o'chwli, p. m., uf Nisi tUyi Lots In th rltv ut lr,.vt,... ti,.i.i.o...ie. I ouiintv, ami Mtattool Ohio. nni.il.res,l th. i)t--Ji UHittUAiM r W ui ui.i ,.VL I Z l"u ? . "! I ."''."?' 'J J""' ,rr' "" o( their I'-Ty-r. '.-nrr" . .... . nn me souin aide nf as d In.lnt. .,! i.u or less In wldlh, fronting on Third itreet, s.holnlni Ihe properly conveyed to :. Thresher, hy tV Aueliln- w f- 11 n 1'roiieriy eonieied hy lire Hall Koarf Company, under said Trust o It.ton k Nesns, Ih-i,,, tne west half of the t ilesnr ml iu No. a ni ina Nnhs.i.,1. nr k Belp Deed to if..fi.ri7 ucsoniNMi 111 io. 4 oi ine nohMule of prop- ........n Iru Bniu iruai I'eeu, UM)u Wfllcu IS lluate a three story brhik business houte. Also, the following Heal Kstate (dearll,eil In No. seven and two tenths poles Ina stone, In said Patly Neweomh'a ve.l line) t.ience north Vs aom. v. fort) -four and one-tenth poles to a atone on the south llneol ath street, In the city nf liaitoni thence on the south llneol said nth street, N. 14' , fc. three poles to s stone, on the east Hue ol Ihe corporation of said olty of Ilavton, one pole to eslakai thence N. I K. slsty-rlve ene hundredth, nt a pole to a slonej thence south 7i0 jc thlrtv-elsht anil nine tenth pole to the place of beginning, containing one and one-forth acre, more or lea. To he eold aiiOjeot to the i writ of way of sslil Ilavton, Xenia i Belpr Hall Hoad, twenty-two and a half feel from the centre ol the preaent traok.on each aide. wlilh ouin Bile ii i lliess me, Also. Lot. numbered ten (10) aud thirteen (IR) In Ooudy'a addition to ths town of Xenia, as recorded .. ra-n cuiiiuy, snu mare oi irnin, auhject to rhe Merit of way of Die llaytoo, Xenia A llelpre Hall terms or sate one-third eash one-third In .lx months; and oii.--ll,lid In twene month., w II h In. terest,tub tecured hy murtxaxe upon the proiert W'. P. HUFFMAN, Truste and Att'r. In fact for the Dayton, Xenlaa Belpie H. It. Oo. anrtM-da wtt Attractive Sale I IN pitrstinno of an order of the Superior Court, within and for th county of Monlnora- erynnu aiaieoi trnio, made at the Fchl hruary term, msreoi, a. u. inos, iu ine uase of rieury L. nrnwn, fc I. sac h. Kler.ted, Kxemitor u iiusii-vaui ueorxe w . alllM,de4 d., AOAIKST Sophia C. Klersted, James M. Smith and others, To inedtreoteit. 1 will sell at nubile snMim nn n.. fmund linineillately south and north ol the lucln natl Krelsht and I'a.senKer Depots, between the Hours of s and o'clock, i. M., on KATUKDAY, MAY .STII. 180U. The fsllowlnx deaerllieil Real Katate, situate In the city ol iinylon, Moulxoniery county, Ohio: lielnj ..i iiuiiioereu jaw aiitiraiied at aian.oo " " " " 4IWO0 ' Oli.'il 4HJ,UO " " fa " s 16,00 " " s ' ' sic, oo '! " sa67 " " aao.oo , a?s SU0.00 '; " nat " " uoo.uo " " ISI.00 " " sees ii 800.00 Said Lot belnx on Haker lreot, fronting the Cin- ALSO, Lot numbered seta appraised at aiso.oa " '' M " " 1N),00 " " aasT o luo.oa " " sss " roooo " " etui " eou.oo 14 " t!67 " HOO.OO Thru Ij)U are north of the Cincinnati Depots, ALSO, Lot numbered silts on the oorner, apiralsed at :(i),oo " " ilsta un Ludlow strcut, ' aoo,o(l iii ii """ oi uepoia anil oppoaite ALSO, At tha Door of tb Court Houae, The southhslfof Lot aumliered lll.on Ferry. not. stli and 6th at., appraised at 700,00 ALSO. The north n feet of Lot No. 85, on Main Tl,....-, r... .ri,n. , . . ' i.. annra mi at s.wi m -- -.-... .-. wi.un main sr., east side. ht. Stll aad Franklin treta, apnralaed at hi SO oil" of th wet, and of the louth 10 feet, of Lot No. Si, iroutlug on the alley, ap praised at 0i Lot No, SKI, being N. Kast corner on Dasln anu isr sis., wnn large frame Warehouse, Lot No. sua fc sag, of 1st street, running hack lo Hall lload, with Miami toundcry and Maahlne fhups, subject to an uutx pirsa Latss to Jaaics W. Smith, appralaed 1,960,01) 1 .nt Nn Ten with ntu ..v. gar Kaclnry,) on tjujt side of UasU, near 1st st., aspralscsl at s,loo,on Th terms of sale aret One-third cash tn handi one-third in one year, and one-third In two year rrorn day uf sale, with intrrent on deterred pay ment, to be secured by mnrtiraire on the pri-nilst-a To bs sold aa the properly ol th noirs ol lirorxe W,arullh,deaeast-d, by H1CNRY L. BROWN, Kxecntor snd (unrdltin, apria-dtt and Hpeoial Master Commissioner. Largo Arrival CHEA PDRY GOODS, RECEIVED THIS DAY BY EXPBESS. A LOT OP Summer silks at aoe., worth 16c. Ulaole silks at Hoo., worth l. lllack "Ilk. at loo , worth el. Fancy llai-ea-u ut Hoc., worth J7li. Jaconet Lawn at 6 v., worth y&c, French lllilltantl at l-Jo., worth 20. French L'hints atsoo., worth Hoe. Valencia at llAe.) worth 7 ,c. Valencia t 1-Jtyu,, worth S6c. 6- Hi d. Mualln at luc, worth Me. 6-4 Bl'd. Muslin at loo., worth Itl'ic. S fiali,s Russia Crash at loo., worth WW. I-J-4 Toilet uullts at I,5U, worth S. Together with aa Klogarit Line of Silk, Grenadine, Tissue, Barege & Organdie Robes, ALSO . Lace and aud Milk Muutlllita, AND PARASOLS. That will compare favorably with the above priors. "LZ5Z!Z: eprie-dlra CINCINNATI. NOTICE. 'PK Athtntio and Great We.tern Railroad , voHipwy herohy notified to c urb. Rutttr. !f1J'VrriS t"vli;JTJJ .'"J10"'"1 ,tmt ' nz - i .734i 87a6 41M al-7 -16) 13U 3'"( ' unknown owuen of lute Not, um iuviiiu, Bu ,rl I H 1 1 tn trout of islit lot, fit: UimI to ourb, Kuttvr, aiatle aiid ffravnl ttte lit.-wmk '-i t are uuii- n front or Rkl.t lot , lion ting oa t-'tnt -tiwot, between ,,,, , "uu ww'a eiiifMiia.iu ut uuy ui uayiua. ) I"ildwoili to t done wltlUu sixty dayifiou. the 'dtoi tfale uotli uudcr th dlrectlca of ttt City v ily orasr of th CouuulL thi SSIh dsv of Msr.,k. A. t. IhjS. KIKLUINO UlH'KV. apn - City Clerk. Cbarlaa Anbart'a Batats). k t.T. narann lmli.1,1. ia Ih. 17.1.1. r A c.e.UAulrte.'. a, sdtoaaUandsltlelaiiuuUti. ' - a. auLTiN, Ailurr. Oltle, ast side Msia-strert, over J, VV. liarst a Bro.'saturs. uiS NOTICH. T'HK partnership heretofore existing under , the as ins of J. A. Wallers Co., In the l.l,nor Slid Uroaery auslntas, Is tliks day dissolved by mu tual ooiuwat. The hosloas oi In Isle Mrin will be aevlledby J. A. Wallets, erhi aillhoilza.1 aaeiit, Ja eon l-rsuliijt.r. I, A. WALTk-HS III. iVylva, Hajr , '(ML - uisy wnwoiieisiTusie.1 in montiroinery oounty, State ol Ohio, It Ine and lieln) In Keotlon as, Town ship 9, ranee 7, and descrllmd aa follow, vis: He ginning al the north-west oorner of fatty New comh'sone htindre.1 a-re lot. theni-e anull, L o w t i I I 1 I i "A Stitch in Timo Saves Nine." T-IIR PlMn.K ANOft('EMKT THAT a. we have a Msrhtne In ererr wy equal to the Firs-Class Machines, at the vi;nv tow phicb or i ui .1. 1. t ... AIjMO. tha rerola'ion It haa aeotllred In e. l? Vf it ha. been Introdnoed, ba. heretofora rendered it iinnenessary - (with Ilia limited mean wa have had for supply. '"K ""f""'" with Mtifhinea.to advertise to THE DEMAND Hnving already KXCEErKI TUB ttt'P. 11. Y, and being now I'KKI'AHKD TO Al r.n. r A IN 11 !'. M A N Vend to .. A 1. 1. I OliDKHS PROMPTLY, we feel il our 1 duty, to lha cUi. of peoplo who bar been uuiinnr mm. lino nor ahi.b to tav sunh . . HIGH PRICES 1 Ai Ull?e,)0n Uomunded by otlir machine,,, j lo UM ft 1 l ift nifiam in , 1'ublio know that they cau got aa rood a Sowing Machine Ai there ia In tho market at a l-eaaoriahla nnca. Our Mriohine wna givon tha MOHT FA VOnAIlI.K NOT If K in lha roport of the FAVOIlAIII.KNOTIt ' Fair at lha Franklin 1 I . I ' A t I "l! Pnia, and i LALI'.U institute at nuladal- AT TIlEIKAUot tna list in point ol merit, and h;ia reoaired THE FIRST PREMIUM Overall otiiors, at tlia Htate Fairaof Illinoia and Wiaounain, und all otiir rain at wlurli it lias been exhibited. Itia SURPASSED nv NOnK In beauty, aiinplinity, durability, quantity and quality of work, and ia, in a word, tna Machine for -the People. we deaend on Ol t If K HATtV inn HMA I 1 l liOtfirw 1 l '.V , D ""'AI.Ii I'liOI'irH, and have therefore ' placed It at IH LHWB3I POBBIBIiD PHICB. 1 hVi Va" Ksu,K,Mr: paM,D wh an MflodoOll ltiiiMtsiK. - . CINCINNATI. - E UK AM AN & CO. N. II. I'ereooa at a distaneo can rely upon having all ordor f.roruptly filled -with I Karran tr i Machines, and full directions ior use. Cl"Hesnonslhle LOCAL A a K NTS wanted la all parts of tho Went and South. uhal NEW WARE ROOMS 1 Cor. Main and 4th sts. Plain and Fashionable FUItNlTURK! Sofa., j litilra, Tables, Wlin I Now, Itcdalcnds, Wllsjll SIlllltlH, Hut Hacks, llnrnua, Ac. AT KEAS NABLE PRICES 1 T WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED, JL that I have the heat astoi tment of Parlor and Chaiulnr Suit In thia olty, and would Invite you to call aud en lor yomiulvrs, aud at a low rats a luvy van oe ooTnllieuclsewliere. MEDALLION PARLOR BTJITB, a, nvouerwu (DViilJV) AK. WALNDT. I'liholatereil In n-lis.wltli rl. h, Medallion Centres. Also, lu llroohatelle and Hair Clutli. Alsu, .namucr aunt, tn Jiotetoooit, "A wA''NOT,oouiplote Attaiaj's What Note, ol the lluest order. ' I would say lu oonoluaion that they are mauufno- u.su 7 u.Jarl,, .i,u wuuiu ue pii'uaeu lo nave you oome aud sec my atock ol Furniture, whether you 0. P. BOYER. apro Corner of 4th and Main (treats GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing Goods ! ! ! New, Novel, Elegant and Useful. A large lot of those indispensable articles Just re oeived. The HOYS that mischievous close, who tear their olothes I have no doubt will call and see ue, as years of experience has Droved to them that I nan anil (hole l,i..ll. .... . tastes; aud H there la a boy inaide or outside tna Corporation, who has not worn my JACKETS and PANTS, I wish to see him, and thoroughly renovato hia external an pearanoe, by dressing him tip in a suit of taj well-lltting garments. Parents ar re speotfully invited to examine th (roods My stoolc of Uentlomen'i Wear ia on of nf the most complete and boautiful in th market, ('nil and examine the Luteal Styles. W. G. EREENE, aprf No. 1, Main street) Hayton, Ohio. Milliners & Merchants DKS1HINU CIIOIIIB MKW STYI.K Of RIBBONS, THXMMINOB, BILKS, ' i.iiioruiuii'iis, White aoods, c.o t'lowera, mi a tr it n, l-JlltAHUJjt MASS TIL I. AS, LAVK (TOOnS, i(e., Will do well to examine our assort- mcnt before purchasing, our stock comprising Uio largest and richest assortment ever olluieJiu the mar- , , , .. ket, a large portion of which is of our own direct importation. W. P. DEVOU & ROCKWOOD, ImporU-r and WhuU.al Dealer la Silk Goods, ... ,,,.! .uu airaw uoous, 83 and 85 Pearl-street, tukll-Dmdaw B. A. & T. MOIII3, III U HTUEET, . STATIONERS, BINDERS. auk-NT or Star Milla WRITING PAPEliS. Wall Papers. lirw , rvauld invite the attention of buYvrt nuv HPHINll tTitMi ..a to p.per Hanitnga, Daooratlona, fto., ...... ' ' ., ' ""' lnm KOTIOB. c)!.. w our uiiaiuvaa (strictly to tii.hi And twins; .Im Irons to eiose oiirhooksat the earliest io.ail,l period, would sk Ih altautloa ut all Waa mniiuiXia iirri.tsHi. JOHN. VAN DOHKN t CO. Msreh , lot, his sis oa !-'r' ffVlsV ,WBi,l - U DOMETIIIXTO NEW. mm f . ' TUB Anlotnntio Castor, or Hoiise Koep er Friend, Is simply s Hevnlrtns Ca.tne, wile a n um her or e'las or tans altaeheili pro,lurln a r,leaaant roreent of sir anililrtvea away Ihe flieeana nae..ta the nests ef the IMnuer Tahle, I he prleee ilonot exeeeil Ihst of Ihe ordinary t sstnt-i new on sslntiltlo end for tale at "Aiirnwooi)'," ' SIM Tlilril itreet. H. 1. This will he fnuoA na Inrsluahle a-tlele la the sirk room, for fanitlrte s4 .eioee oH' files, mhao ! . NEW, GOODS. BEAUTIFUL, illCII &0IIASTE! JUST reoeived a fresh Invoice of th latest and sexes styles of JEWKI.RV. of ever lie. scrlptluu, suitable for the sprin trade, at "HSIIWIKID'S," mha Th rtl street. Time, Time, Time I " I'THIH day reoeived another fine assortment A of Hold and silver Watches, with III Pl.t X I'KTAt HH I.KVhn, and Xwlss atovements, Iron, th eiost eelsbrated maker, at "lini'.BWUIIB'rn nthM in Third street, Silver Ware, I' la tea Ware AN entire new and eomptat assortment of every artiole suitable for the Tattle, et "SHKRWOOD'A," nhM I! Third street. OREGON Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON ! PIIILOSOMIKKH pronoonoe the propoal tlon Irrational Uist. an "irreaistahle hml. eer enme In eontacl with an Immovable one.' Be the as It may, one thing 1 certain, sn,l beyond ue eenful enntradlctlnn, that th B:AT and I HKAP- na i uiiuiib ever ottered to the people of llaytoo. are to be found at Ha. 314, COM. t'lr'TH ANSI LA V anna, I a, woem BENJ. F. WAIT Is now epenlni slants tmlmaxaineent assortment of Staple & Fancy Dry goode, . '".re reived from the Kastera cities, aad selected ,y nimsrii, rspreaiiy ior III n market. HI dock I full, ennslstlng lu part of Kanrt Bilks, Challies, nrlllianta, I.awna, " goods, or all desoriptions, Uo siery, Notions, etc, eto. A fine lot of HprinA Summer Hhawls, Cape and Mantillas, a -, lorne and splendid as- ,. ortmcnlof Hon- nets, & lion net trim, rjiincs. Every kind and variety of Hats a large .upiuj ior joung ana Olu. -As rents anil ottiee Mtlnk v... of the "deep waters," he feels cnntl.l.ul In being able to e I at lowee llsnres. riiaTui-i-iEii i can be nhtalnnl elsewherei not even excepting the establishment presided over hy the grulleuiau liuu New York. aprla-amilaw m O 6 to w o O H-1 9 CO w ed o Q o 0 o o 1 The Largest and Cheapest - STOCK OP . Lawns, Brilliantees and CHALLIES, -i la the oily, Is to ba found at tha store of - D. W. WINTERS. Also, a full Una of ether kinds of - Dross G-o odo. PARASOLS! TARASOLS!! great variety, from the CitCArssr to the But. Prints, Prints! AnimmMHitnil lp Om ! Ia h-r..,..i i- . other houae in the city. None kept but the elsT Ut'ALITV AND STVLKS I OS TIIS raiCKS. OLOVES, HOSIERY, OAUNTLKTSI OAUNTLKTWI NIl.K, KID AND LISLK MITT8II MITTSII M1TT8M IACI AND bILK MIKTLIS ill CAPSI!!) HONNKT8 AND 1UBHON8, No. 94, Main street. II. W. WINTKttS. PAR ICULAll NOTICE M. OHMBR JTA8RECKNTLYADDEDTWO ROOMS CORNER MAIM AND 20 STSH Where he har oahaml, and will for the lulnre keen, thelollowlug enumeralrd articles, ia addition lo former atosat i. Rosewood,Oak A Walnut j oanopy lledstaads. Ir ... ii..t i , . tr. . . ov.oswu,osK suu rvainui itign rlaad ItAlinn II.1bub ,l Rosewood, Oak ani Walul ' Low Head (station nedsteads. B"'IIVb. '"'.TbS." - j j jj'jj S Oval, very larg, heavily curved A fin gilt, Arohod, - oquare, oi an sues ana kinds, ALSO Mahogtiny and Walnut Mirrors. Parlor Sets. t'lNSST UP ROUE WOOD, .fc WA L- Dtir.r.nt Kiad. of Bat Rack.. All kind Of IjMibi. T.hlM. l-h.irs ... .1-.. - hand. All ol the above eheai.er than ever, at M. OHMU'i Corner Main aad Sd streets. HATS OF ALL KINDS. AND or All Qualities and Prices! Has juat reset ved and ao offers The I Ail est St tiles HATS & O AJPSJ KBabraeluf mvrf Trlty of CASSIMERE AND SILK, - fttittw ad Julni ateiaf HaUlI 1 II aftl a mw a B btraw iiatsi 10 DO. SCOTCH CAPS. to iiTchassVs. vr"ft'?,f'' CAPS la Great variety, aad al arlees th ami fka aoriv-ua wr. nnnRV'H I .J.', uv a.. XI.- l.i setvad bf ' ' """- apne t.tf.ltHVlL,