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7.-flT rvantnf. May 17, 1839. aw miwmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmm s. fT Beading 11 titer aa Every t"g.X3 tiakaFo tocale, Telegraph, and other matter of interest and Information, aaa Firet and Fourth fagee. , , Democratic County Convention. TheDewtorrete nl Mirntoaaevy connty ara hereby notified to meet ia Mess Oanventien, ... o 't-.i w.u i a.,.,.,1.. u.. !, at I o'clock, r.M..IW tha purpose of p. pointing nlaa delegate, ""d alternate lha Detancretie Btata Oonvenlion, to ho held at Oolombua on Tkuradav, May SCtli. A full at-! tandaaoa la raqnntd from arary Ward and Tnwnahip. Byordarof lha Daroucralia Cn- B. M. AYRES, Chr'n. THOS. F. THRESHER, Sec. The European War. To tha gaoaral reader, all qoeationa araia to b aaoondary to tba Enropean War Krary on daairaa to know what tho belli. Krente are about ; if they hare bad aa an gaeraent; whether thay will really fight ; whather, iadeed, thay will Buhl at all. The newa by tht W eaar, publiahed yeaterday, did not bar the tradeacy to aaafanriallr ioereaaa tha war exoilamabt, although it oartainly inforaied oa prapirationa for war were Mat na4w with grMl rapiditj. tvod tbnt hoatil pftit.M had had ft "brunt.'' for th CKMWfM.oa of ft tridire in tMndmobt, Tha eteataar Nora Hootie, jurt in, brinfta newe one day later than tha VVaaer. The war clonda are gathering, and the probability , , . .i. . ir .. w. .ay ay cartMy- that if matter. ara not eompromieed at once, all Europe will be inroiead ia tha fray I The beet in- foraaad 00 European politic, affirm that a . i .. .. ,., (etMral war U ioetilable. W. may aoon ipoot to hear of bloody battlee, ia whieh men will be deetroyed like 6iee, or peaoe. Ti. tnnmm. i. r.n.K.hl.. lha l.it.r ia KaraU ... ' ' 1 ; ' The Echo of a Falsehood. Tha Xaaia Nawa. in tha eouraa of an article on the aubjact of tbe dacreaae of the Reptibli ra.Ttei.eonaeo.neneaor "the p.-.. of tha r n law taking away tba right of etiffrae from all peraona who bar. a diatant and vieible admix. lure of African blood," aayai We are well aware tliat many of lha negro Tolera, in yariooa loealitiaa, have erirwerl a decid.dpr.ier.nce fat the Demoerailc eandi. " r" .t'.,,,k,'ow ,'',;,t,, third 0.nKraion.lI)..lnct,Clenl L.Vall.n. dighaoi raoaired more negro rota, than Lewie I" Campbell ever did '. 77. .' .... , , The t,tor., ba -w.ll aware" of auch pracUoeiaeom place. ; we d.ubt It howeyer, becauaa it is uareaaon.ble and unnatural. When he aaya that he happens to inaie that Vallaadigham leceired more negro rule. in thisdietrict than Campbell, ha u iter. wha. the facts prova U be falae. In the firit place, it ia prepoatcrou. to even suppoae that men with negro blood in their veins would support a man who ia charged by the republican party and press with an ulier waut of ayupathy with Uir raca ; who ia, ludeml, charged by many of them with beiug a admirer of tbe "peculiar iu.li lotion." Ia the aext place, the record, show that no person, .opposed to have "negro blood ta their veins" voted for Mr. Vallandighatn for Oongreee, but that there were eome oiuetaen of that "persuasion" did vole fur Mr. Campbell. The Newe should not echo a falsehood so poai. tively. - Chase's Administration Denounced!— Giddings Disowned!!—What is Up!!! Rd. P.rrott in his "farewell addreaa" to the Republican, of this county, alter inviting the weak-kneed sf all parties and colore to aaeem ble at Beckel's Hall, to appoint Delegates to tbe Republican .Vfet Convention at Columbue to make a State ticket, closes In the followiog uomiatakable language : "All voters uppoied to the present profligate, failbleaa and corrupt (Slate) Adminialratiou, are cordially invited to attend the meeting!" What does all thia meant Is Ed. trying lo out bid Denny, of the Oeuttat The latter, thie morning, reade Oid dings ft Co. out of tha opposition party, and Permit "reade out" Chase, aud all the heads of tha 8'aVa Oovernment I It maat be mortify ing, a it la humiliating to the Old Liberty Par. ly to be thus summarily disposed of. "Oppo. aition" ia to be the wold bow. We ar. to have ao wild "shrieks for freedom," in the coming contest but ar-ry body is to go it "on hie own hook" for the people's ticket. Office I of fice II ia to he Ihe ralSyiug cry I "Go it boots I who'a afraid I" French Aid. Tbt French government ha. promised aid to tha Sardinians in the compliment of 200,000 armed men. On tha 1st of May 12,700 French soldiert bad already started for tba seat of war. Tha French Imperial ... .. .. ' Rttara, aireaay en route lor tne scene 01 con- d!.. l oaivut , uios, nuiuoora oi.vnw auon. xiapoieon was .. . ... . . to join thia foroa, and take command of tbe army before a general engagement ensued. It ia highly probable that era this time about 150,000 French and Sardinian sol- dier. have met about an at Austrian in pitched battla. diers hava met about an eoual number of a.....;..- :,.k.j 1....1. Hon. James B. Clay. Three of Ih old Una whig, of Shelby county, Ky., racently addressed a letter to tha lion. Jsoct B. Clay, askies bis pinion touching tho future political movement, of the country, to whioh bo replies at length with tba ability whioa always characterise, hi. production. We have only room for tba oloaing paragraph of bin latter, which will bo read with interest, especially by all who belonged to tha old whig party, and who hava refused lo identify taeniae! res with black-iepublioan-koow-notbiDgir; ' "In Conclusion, gentlemen, 1 will any' that I have seen no reason to doubt tho oorreot aaaa of tho positions whioh I assumed thro year a0v 1 believed then tba only great political contest in tba oountry waa between tba black republican party and the demo eratio party that tba stake clayed was for tba Union itself. 1 believe f&M next year, under whatever name tha opponents of th democracy may h arrayed, w .hall bav tbe earns battle orer again. Whilst 1 can. not axpaol every measure of the democratic Administration to accord precisely with my judgment; any more than could th meas ures of any other party ba expected to ac cord fully W'th lha opinion of each Individ., nal member of it; and whilst, in th seise lion of men, 1 shall feel myself free to vote, or not to vote, ioordiog to my own choioe, it i my intention by every honorable mean in any power to sustain and support th daaaocnaio party, aa tb only 'political or. gaoisetion whioh ha th will and power to preserve tho Union front dissolution.' In Essex Oooaty, alasaackiiaatl. tba value sat tha, Wild phjsoo annually captarad ia $20, 000. Ia aocao Iowa thra thousand oosea am paksn aworf fast". Taay bring about a dollar ( IsVtBsvtonmaikat. The War Leader of the London Times of May 2d. [The following highly important article, from the London Times of May 2d, was telegraphed to the Commercial on Sunday night, entire, from New York, where it was received by the steamship Weser. It is intensely interesting, being the commentary of the leading and most influential journal in Europe, on momentous news by the steamers arrived Saturday.] [From the London Times, May 2d.] I 1 I i j from the country where war Im.t already . burnt forth, and where the nutione nre con. i tending. There might then lie eome hope ,,lttlaoadTnoou 0 d h r....v,i. . ,k. i -. i . i . favorable to the Austrian, might have the i effoot of reducing the pretenaione of the Krench o0(, .Sardinian., or that a doeieir. .dvantage over the Austrian forces would ' induce that Power to come to term, upon tha disputed points in her policy in Italy -Mr. I This, however, ie not eo. That t'rovitminnnl I a state ot war. Whatever mar hava been th relnetnnoe in i.Ml nmriiri In linliava .li.. ll.i. mn.il.l kin. 'ien, whatever lha Inclination to deny or discredit, Ilia full grown truth marches on. ""'I I War la nna fnrth in hia naiial guiaa, n'' ' "'.king himself known by hit ordi- i Bft, h. .,.,, , ,.,,. ,,;, , that of Sardinia IW nf ilieirdivisjnn has penetrated tha country from Ilia north l.ind. mg on the Sardinian ahores of th Ltirgo Maesiore. ocju urine the towna nf Intra. rlln and Arona, and driyinK bask the rardiniane by the superiority of their iiinu- be re. A aooond, cuneialiiia of 20 hattnli lione and 8 battariea, bae taken the road by ii nvrimiiu, .nu 1110 titiru una lirtinil lia way br bbinttatiraMO. How far the inrndera h.v. a.iU.nn..t or l,.l l . . of concentrating, cunuot be clearly etntrd from materiala.hefora ua n bather the tele dt pout al ltuffalora, waa doepakhad and taken by bayonet alter a edalVirnna or whatliar tLira w... , aa ai r irnna, or wnetner juare win no raaiat- . ... ... ..uo, wumu rat.ior appear proonnie irora me auenco 01 toe teietrrarn iroin 1 urin ae to any actual encounter whether lien. Mar morn reaiated or quietly eucciimbed, whether Nnrara wee ocoupied without oppo aition, and Yercelli waa ranched without a contest, rm mfttttnn of ditto il that hnve no tmportont bMirin;; npon !h of todny' newa. 'J be in mum purport any newa. J he invtvlinff armr nf Anatrtn in in full mtroh ntutn Snr.linian ) tha other hand the Kin of Sardinia haa put himeelf at tho head of hi i army and 8on ? mori b" ior''ni. , , . bae aurrayed tha line of tho Dora, wher, , ,np)e(1 fl s,iininn, B i perliana make a etnnd in defenae ef their ! capital, and he haa gone thence to Allcaaam '" ?hiehu mn,t ".n ht Keked, if the J Ao.tnan. hare a real intention of conquert in?, i.i,,,IDOnt. 1 The French are .winning into the .eat of 1 war. The Aiiatrmn papers already declure the neutrality of .SaToy haa been violated. The Imperial (tnard, numberinir 15,000, have arrived nt tlennn, nnd -lll.iKM l'rench troope have now gathered in that place of eironptn. vt non or where tncae nrrueil men U1 meet in conllict ia entirely a niieatinn m ',H.v. ao mr n. nny lueaiion ol VT w" nnirned, tha KIM!l,,h. the IteliriAiia and I. reni'h nut mop. . ..... on the plain, of Waterloo, than are tha : French, the Sardinian, nnd Auetrinni on the plaina of Ticino, fMuii and Dora. We wind that our only diannietin!; iiilclliuence wee uovernmenw nave ucen e.tauimnca in l lor ence, Carrara and Mnsan, ia not of itaclf a matter ol vsst importance. That the inhabitants of Home are in nn effervescent, if not insurgent state, is scarce ly an addition to the ordinary Italian diffi culties, but when wa read that Prussia hug resolved upon putting her remaining corps d'armee in readineas to march, we seo very great cause to fear tho peace of Kurope ie shaken more gravely than would appear from tbe soft uicsauges from Paris and the bland assurances from St. Petersburg. That Prussia has oause for this precaution we ounnut doubt, when we liud that a Russian army of observation is about to he stationed upon her frontier, for .onto object of which Kurope only knows that it hue boen ooncerti ed, with France, and was coocertcd in sc. cret Hut the inoet important and leant re assuring of all the iutolligenco of the lout fortyeight hours, is derived from no tele gram, but is itself a confirmation , from offi cial sources, of that grave intelligence which we were some days sinoe enabled tn give, of the existence of a treaty between France and Uusaia. Mr. Fitzgerald has taken the occasion of bis nomination at Horsham, to state publicly that in connection with the question of the supposed alliance between France and Hinwia, thetlovornmeut had ad. dressed to tbe huiperor of Kusnia a direct categorical inquiry, aa to whether such a treaty, containing anything hostile to Kng land, did ex'wt. Prince tlnrtachakotf'a nn swer was decisive. He said: "1 do not deny that there may exiiit a written agreement betweon Franco and Kits sia" we apprehend this quite sudicient to confirm o.tr disquietude on this head. Of course we have, immediately after this im portant confession, the read but muob less important assurance, tluit this written agree, nient "does not constitute a hostile alliance against Kurope." We could scarcely expect the Russian Minister to admit that a treaty whioh he keeps shut from the eyes of Ku rope, contains an agreement for the partition of Kurope. It is enough for ua to know that not a treaty, but a written agreement exists between France and Russia,, which those P0"" ,hink ' Jjvr.thcir in,nre"t w keeP se Prinoe UorUchakolT gives his personal an. I snrsnce that thie written agreement does j Dnt constitute a hostile alliance against F.11- r.pe' ,nd .uPn thi." we arf 10 '"J1 into secuntT, piittinc our trust Nrmlv in the frnkness or Prince llortechakoll". reading ... .... r ot tne written agreement anil tne innocency Ir.t. .... .1 . J of thi. little secret between thetwocreat ac greaaive Emperors. We can place no faith io the Russian view of the character of this treaty, fur it is a mere prevarioatiun to cail a written agreement, ooocluded by two Em I Prors, by any other name. If we are to be the innociiousness of a treaty, under which armies are put in motion, we should nr.t like to know something ol tbe article, agreed to. Denials have of lata Inst much of their former value. We reoolleot how firmly the mission of l'rince Menscliikoff was denied, and we have had much more re oent opportunity of seeing how, day after day, every eveut that waa about to hannen was, in th column, of lb Moniteur, most circumstantially denied. An omoial denial ha now oouio to the almost certain forertint nerof un indefeoalble enterprise. Mr A Baltimore pijier gives the history of Hie famous Derringer pistol with which Hioklee killed Key, and whioh Sickle' ooum eel pleaded (for effect to the jury) wo. prob ably the property of Key himself. Thi. pistol i. suited to bav been formerly tha property of Isaac V. Fowler, .Esq , P, li of A'evr York, who, oa one occasion, when practising io a pit to I gallery at Baltimore, accidentally wounded bis friend H. V. But. terworth, ia the posterior portion of the pen ion, by a prematura discharge. Ilutterwortb wa sum tune sick from thia awkward wound, and, on, hi recovery, Mr. Fowler gave him the pistol al a present. This same pistol Uutterworth ia. believed lo have lent to Sickles on the fatal Sunday morning. If Uarnum were in the country, ho would doubtless secure it for exhibition. The Richmond In. Palladium says that a good deal of excitement ho been orea ated in Milton, in that county, by reported attack, of mad dog. on bog., dog. and cut tie. On of lha children of a Mr. Mill-peugh wa bitten, and a very general infection of the horrible poison is feared among the brut partof tb village. Tb trusUet hava au thorixad th Indiscriminate kilUug of dog wherever they may U found. ' i . . . I unm.riY.1. .it OHA3. E. CLARKE, 11KAL US. TAT F. A11I OKNKUAL AKNT. t s. j ..ii . U..IIV. iWi liuy NMV Ktii on 'Mir Ml inn .wis s"ri Kwtftt nf All Hindi, Ron "la, l.n.l Warrants, Nntee, Mortgagee, c. make collections ml i.e.,.. tlala loam, will locate l.an4 Wairants, In, nr. !tntr!y nt rffKnii rti in (Tkmi rimniiip I'nmivnitln. And tlu jflif 1 MrQti ftiiUutmin.iori btlihiftt. t f-No churn unlrsa tnW It mml. OH.3I with T. . Smith. Bq., 1 IRK'i PtHhilnf, Trilnlatrn t. CITYROPJBRTY!l -ti-nVrton hAlldilti lt. Wnf )l.i..low Ih it, Mmail Frmnr iiMn If. at flan nA I At h'n hrrt north hi. Iloiiiki. Twn-tjy Rrlrl l.trf( (tnd con tn.nf, l4tlit?iM. Drown it. fpfMMilt Murk)' f . I.rr llrlrk HoiMnnd iih I Ait. CHKAP. Dniwn 'oftir of Ann, Two itory UniiMi nrifK houw, tntxi t cinr, l.l.rn, Will rrnl to pay In Hr crul. on titr invraimain. McPonoiigh t.-o,.ioltaBrr. Two-atory Fiim ,., , , Mtm.ry. F1. M. ainil i raina Huu.r. in, fOHTY U)T!-ib thr HttliwtmwnM amieth at. , anti a iar( numorr u .avaiii .i. la ilnn-rut iwrti of tha city. J'or a Ate cnrHp, 1.1 HIT Kinnni'iiiivinrr ' H. K. ci.ahkk , J'Z - .. ( liaDCC ftr BuslnfSH latCstnif fli. A7' il' he eold chaap or eiolianiffd Tor city V V ... ..,v .in,. i:.wi. .,, j i..n;. rly ,w, together with the rt.ill.llna.a two alory iirawe. .utiawnn a .man viiikkkiimt uitm. ...y a new tlwailina houaa, wataiulli. aia luonia, with lanca barn aatl aonl orchartl. lac irantl la a good one, with a rood run or 6u-l neaa, anil Ihe fowla alltleelrahte. TKIa la a rare o-IMjrtuntt--, where butlitilenr uo money la required. t'HAf. K. I.ARKK, aprtl Kaal Kttata Agent, Third lret. Flax Mill for Sale. THE large Mill built by the "Dti-ton Tlax t o , "with e acrea 01 ground, ia oflVr'ed lor aale, at abarfaln. It haa all tha mat hinery neceaaary for flolnf a Innre biialneaa. eomplete and In ffoud onler. 1 he property will lie told on the moat rcaaonable term, on applii atlon to ( HAS. K. ri.AHKK, apr Jt Real Kitata AKeat, Third ilrcrt. OUT LOT. AI'IXK It on Steelo'r Hill, contuinmn 7'5 aerea leaullfully .tliiated will be mIiI cheap, on application lo THA. ir. CLARKE, aprls Real Kit ate Afent, Id iln-et. T.. nr.no.on.v ALSO A handsome Ke.idenee on Mb, Sr., Itetween Mln and Ludlow; a itory Brick, well all t haiidaomely lmpmrtl yartl. Pay i:HAS. K. CI.AHKK, mliM Beat K.tate Agent, tlcgg'. UulldliiK. sl "t. Farms. .Iff ArHE in Illinois, 4 milfi from Sum O i l nr.oa th? O. fc M. H. K.,on hundmliwrt improved, lhe romind tlinw-r 01 goou ijUAin, deep, rich, AilttvlAlAidl. lorrfitf two Rood Dwelling Houtson thprm Im. convenient ont-hoiwe, and In the uildHt ol a Kood nettlement. , . " .. . - . -a it.. In hi aa af Al9 nor acre. lMln much leaa than Ha value. Forailohy Thtl IHrra II (infmi ur l" "-' a lUattttataAntrwat. City FroMrty Dealrnbli; dciici'l Itosl- I offer fur sale on reasonable terms, a new and liaudiome residence on 'Mi .treel, he- low Perrv. ... .... The Home I. large andeonimotllou., with all the modern linprnetneuta nnd convenience.; 1. tlnely located, and In a good nelghltorhood. Will Itc-old cheap, II application 1. niatle.oon. 1 ' 1 CHAS. R rl.ARKK, mhS Real F.ttate Agent, Clvgg'l Building. S0U)j f AND WARRANTS UOL'tlHT .V -Li i at Cincinnati Quotations, or located la Iowa, Kansas, Nrtra.ka,orMi.aoiirl, by CHAS. K. CLARK K, mlig Third struct. .. CHEAP FARM. 1 Aft ACRES, 10 miles from the city,im- 1UU proved, orchard, anringi, ao. IS acres timber, and -J6 acrea bottom. Price till per acre. For. ale by (JHAS. K. CLARKK, mii3 Real Kstate Agent, 3d street. FOR SALE. Of ACUEd of Land in UlinoiB,on 0J )JJJ urnearlluea of Hall Roaua, oompii alnK Improved Farui aud wild lauda. TutUoie having auiall farma In thia section, that will aellat a good price, 1 woma bat at where you can get a large tract of laud ell, and go ai e tow Crlce, aud where you win nave equauy roou uiar eta. AlstHO. 10,000 Acres well selected Lttnd, In lliaourl, both the quullty and title of which 1 will Ruarantfe. For aale or enchanRe for oth er property, on the mot doalrable tenni, ALSO, A m&ll but choice Knrm in ('lurk County, well Improved, will be ""Id cheap, und city pro.Mjrty taken Ln part payment. ALSO, A tine Lot uo LuU.ow et., between Ith and 6th, 118 !r M ft. alley back. ALSO, Garden Lot of 7. ucres each, on the River Road, near the city. ALSO. A 3 .torv Brick Business House, on Jerlerson, betw een sd and Ith sis., and a desirable ALSO, Fina inipoved l'roperty in "Miami c;tty," and "Dayton View," In tiii'ts of from 3 to loseres. All fiirsalerit:eby CHAS. B. CLARKE, febll Heal Katate Agent, t legg' Bnllilllig. Manhattan Fire In. (IRC0BP0RATEO 1831.) OFFICE, No. , Wall M ti. V. CASH CAPITAL, CASH SURPLUS, . $250,000. - 9 125,000. Insure. Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Vessels in Port and their Cargoes, and other property against loss or damage hy lire. DIRECTOHS. W. P. Palmer, Samuel F. Mott, Ritnis L. Ford, Wil liam F. Molt, lldwln D. Morgan, William W. Fox, Richard Tigbe, Peter Cooper, Thonai Barron, Robert 0. Mlsturn, Mosea Taylor, Thus. W. Pear sell, Henry yilswurlh, Augustus II. Ward, James Colics, Sidney Maou, !.- a. suarer, John Caaawell, John steward, John c. tJreen. :heu B. Crocker. WILLIAM PITT PALMKR, President. Asnarw J. Smith, Secretary. CHAN. Is. CI.AHKK, Agent, aprlH liegg's Biilldlug, -i.l t. MERCHANTS' Insurance Company. OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital. $200,000. dTr b c t o r"b . Mark L'oward, S. Woadruir, (Pr..t. Woodruff A Beach I. Co.) .lamas Bolter, (Of 0. H. Nonhaui t Co ) K. KulxrU, (Of Kansys, Roberts A (lootlwin.) Ouy R. Pb.lpa, (Sse'j. Cona. Life Ins. Co.) Timothy Bhaldon, (Coutraotor and Builder.) JainasP. Foster, ( PrMt. M.ehV 8ar. Bank.) Sidney A. While, (Of Sp.nccr, White A Co.) Charles T. Hilly. r, ( I'rs.t. CbarUr Oak Bask.) Elijah U. Ow.u, (Of Day, Owen A Co ) lloiuar Blanohard, (Of U. Blauehard A Co.) Richard I). Hubbard, (Stat. Attorney.) M. M. Merrtinsn, (Of J. A M. Merriiosn.) t iiimui ... uuniu., (vi vuinun, unau.i, av jutj W II It il-ll 1... ,,i-t.l I, L. ...... v. u.iiB.uvr, i. wiiitt"! .ia... n.uit.; MARK HOWARD, Pre.'t. U. THOMAS LORDKLL, fce.'y. Aiiplluatluu. received by CHAS. H. CLARKk', Agent, Third strsst, Day too, Ohio. wouiu reier io VT ii l . . L' . e i . li . . i , is. u. Lrarns, n.u.,ioi Lrarsi uorcneiruue. John Lytle, Esq..(nf Perrine, Lvtle A Shaw. other ui.rchanta, who ara acquainted with the business aien of Hartford. uili'Jt Irving Fire Insurance Co. (HCOHPOEATED UM.) ' OFFICE, N. . Wall nlrcet, IK. V. OASH CAPITAL, 200.0 . Insor. Buildings, Furulture, M.rchandise, Vessels In Port .ud their Cargoes, and oilier jrOa,rly against loss or damage by lira, ou favorable terms. DIRECTORS. Maioa Thompson, William Nlrlson, John H. Hilly er,J Castree, Vauderbilt L Bu.tuh. Benjamin J Hart.John shotwell, Abraham M Btumger, Tliomaa Christy, Wui Radford. John Roraer. Hilvamis H Ward, Charles Hiirkhaltar, D Alonso L'asbmsn, Wm Oakley, JuhaO Mora, John U llobtiy, Win F Jackson, Adaut Frssea, Alexander McKenele, C'has. Slirll-ig, Joseph Kogere, John H Degraiief, Dsvitl Samson, Peter U Collins. Ktepken Wiay, Wri;ht (illll. s, Da vid B Moses, John Bc..sou,FreUericta Hornby, Cyrus Knapp, Issue odell, Bala S. Stpilrsv William N Cor win, J Watlswortn, Woj. Fertton, )t.A rvrs) th, aud and Chae Tbucuaou. ' MASON THOMsOsf, Prealdent, Mastin L. Caowai.i., avoretitry. .. CHAS. K. CLARKK, igeet, apria leg.'s Hua.lui., 1 hlid .1. Artesian WelL A RTESIAN MINERAL WAtjTR, freiih . .t.. ...... ...... av. iran from the spring, and now on draught at Dr. art' Drug . ... w.SmsLl.k Hatar. . ai-w A tew art' AlJ wiJtrr.nn i , t ' j j , . I . , FlremcVs Insuramxe Cd. ' tr itAvrorv. 1 CAPITAL, - $200,000! Rtwrtl J IHtrrlnrt for iH.'ift. P. C ...!! Ft; HKNHV (HUMAN, l K. MKAW, PMl:KI, MAKHltAI.L. 'JIT" . " " " '7i IIKNHT 8TODUARD. tUMI'AN Willi II IS ON K OK 1 m, i ...I . .... r. M A Hi Nk 4 T I ,Ti I ) 4 aiti f lit. aTf a I tT t in li va rl M A IU N K AKiNk I'uI.H IKS ob fetor!.) Ifimi mid l rttcii(imtUltrdriothrrn4ITifitwvlRCit Pwr 1- f 11101 K4HH, it (IwsiIkhI v iK lo th M.ird lit ; tmnl'lf tif ithti7l rt'iit u !, nnd inntrMnllj hmj-r-itrlhtt cnat of tiiiiirnn.Hi on tht IfWRf vImii f n-rrl. 'V' " " of M,ln r''t l"lwl Kfond " ' ' """i "I H. OR A I). W. ImtiHufi, v. IIARTFOIID, CONN. , a,. a I' ll'O I llStirallCO CO-Mt'ANV OK HAIiTI'OHD.CONN. Paid In Capital, Burplus, saso.ooo 99M1 C30S 231 7 Aetata, January lat, 1039. . . .. Thl. Onmpany h.cimpMi-.l with the Wwi ofllia ao vrnl lit a lea, 111 whirl! II ildnlna I'llilnp... C. C. WAITE, Hoo j. C.B. B3 WERS, Prtl't. I Westorn Uranch Oilice. Chirmgo, 111. th touch whlfh 11 the hmlnrn of lhf romnnny In I th Uptti'tn, North-Wi-itfrn And Aouth-XVrtttni MAlri tt tr'in.jtclrJ. W. II. t oi vsiu rv, fii-nnril AkpiiI, Rr.i,lin a. H. pku-k. a..i.i. r.pn.rai ..m iui.. , rrmntlon and a tlelallcd alatement of the atl.lr. of the titiapaiiv nntl Pullt lcauf tiuurance, Kily to DAVIS A CUPPT, Aavtita lor Dylon and vicinity. mha-tjj 1,'5S Itlltmn, rn-.'t. nni la.lfd ' wlthotil: nlao a large a.tortment of Mem', HojV, ami Vomha' iiout-, (i.itera, an.uiMuni i'iea. Mavliur purclia.ril hi. ttock right from the fwto furnlihe.1 ' rlr. for en.h, enanlea hhn to aeil a. chcap,or chcnji menticaar. crtht i any oilier home in thli clt, He aim ha. a lar.;e aupply of Men.1 Patent fj-ath- j j i j I I I ! i ' Co,jLangdosiiaTrdwareGtore i ' I ) 1 "id well-known estabii.hiiieni. alie solicit "on and ; i"'. '" .'!'" I'Oblie liatrousga. BOOTS, SHOES. IR, E NEW WORK, at tho OLD STAND IN'o. HI, JirrKoii Str.-ot. 'It la now letlled that the i.anti heallhof ai. men, vvo.nen and cMltUcn, tleorntlit on Ihe condition of their hoi tn !" 5Sfl DAVID SCHREIAK Woi;ld the eltlr HKSI'KCI FUI.I.Y HAY TO iJftti of Ihivton nnil urtoitnillti roiin. hii.iVe..'. iiooil. sh :.. TV . . i-i i. hi . ... o iwinirriBi"i'.iuri i ir J U., W n It'll lie W I II ninke to ttuler lo lit the toot. He kcep.coiiHtntlviiiipl.ed the he.t woTkmen, and la pit paled to tloull ltln.lt of lualoni Work on anort notice All run rcpAirrd free of charge. iif Kiii niHTHi Mtirtri ol public pAttonage, And feels roititileiit th.it he ran ple.e nil who ordrr work. Ufiiieintier theold nul i tvorlle plAeve.UJcircrton ittt't't. Ixmmv the iimikrt. npr30 Family Bread. W W. WOl.F, nt the request of many Mi cuatomen. nroiiosea to deliver hr.'.l and cake to tho. who mm itritire tt, nt Ihelrreal derieen. Hla will ho ready for service In the co irtte of the pri'-cnt werk. In the iunn time he requenti all who doalie him to deliver hrrnd At their reaidencee to leave wool nt hii I'a.-ery InO repron. He 1b now hakin-f a auperlor article ol Family Rrend, which he ffela conrlden'will be found (. K. by all who try It. m9-tf DESTRUCTION TO VERMIN. " Thh Siimmrr Moon iva Shiniico All In the purple akv, My wtTe and I, wetniitfdahoitt. And could not ctoae an eye. 1 curat d and swortrtliuiculdtd me AIMliruuirh the vtar nlkjJit, But 'twAaenotitrhto vex a aalnt, The hi'd-huffa avak(e hite. Soon a the uiot niiiK broke, I roue From out my ali'plfaatictl, Aud, oh, io wrotc-hed dtd I feel, 1 half wished I wna dead. You may ho aure I certain went That morn to lloae'a itore, And home In joyfu I triumph I, TV Magnetic Powderbore, Whlehqulckly aliiuKJitcred every buy, Moiquito, roach m.d fly; An.l now throughout tho livelong night We nleep, nor ope an e e. fJ-The Genuine Lyons" Magnetic Powder and PHI. are sold at Hole's ilrug store, where cau be olitaliied at all llnirs every artlc.e lulhe Drug trade. Uiy7-lm SMTrii & V EPSON'S PATENT REVOLVER! IO HM.T. AT LANODONS HARDWAEE STORE. NO. 79, Pistol is MAIN STIIEKT. THIS A worlt the lightest one in the world that has force w eight only Ten Ounces. Is loaded quicker than other Pistols are capped. i, iiitv hid uiitter nil circumstances, no llilury Is aiiBeuioino Arm or Ammunition by allowing It I to remain loaded any length nt time. It Is s slm- ' pie In II- coustructlou that ll is , not llahlr to g.t t In I'orf.'i'lly Safe lo Carry: The cylinder holds seven hhot.. Two more than other small pletols. iny7 FISHING TACKLE I fOINTKI) Fish Poles -f- - fl -t , ,Mw., I '" Balance, Multiplying aililC25S! Plain Heels, 76to ijll.lio each Mass Honks, Bass Uuitles and 1'ips, l.'rass, silk and Linen Lines, kxtra Llmeilek Hoots anil snoods. my7 IIT i-a r-. - - - . VV 1 V' ll IV. VI ILilVO u. so raaiu ei., opposite Couttllouae. DAYTON i OHIO. Wholosalo and Rtluil Dealer in OROCERIES, ' Foreign and Doiuohtio Frtiita, Nuts, Pickles every yarioty of Fruits hnriui'lirully scnlctl in ti ,,nj f.A,n, tcra, Salad Oil, Sauces, .to. , "ow aim Willow Ware of all varieties. Child- Uo"rai"S..Tt7. W"K"n"' Wl"""ws. Rticklng "r" ; Opening Every Day ! ! I TO THE LADIES jT": I'XDEItSIOXKD HAS liF.CEl VED her new Spring stock ol iITIIIItupry anil Fum y i.ooiu u i i tier Slock or bonnet. Is In ire and straw, Crapes, and all other iilmls that tha S .Mortinent'o."- S"e ""U'OU ,"u"1 "" f S'lk. Spring leudid Mowers, Ribbons, Silks, dupes, Sliemellcs, Boniiiits, Luces, Head lreeNCB,('ope, Children's llatsand Flats, Wreaths, Frame I . .. - " und W ires, AH of hlc. .be nrtti . .1 i nu nu .,.co .. sj u.eacningaim i rillllljlng tlulie OU alioi t notice. MHS. N. lltlWAItll No. 11. Mlu street, near Fourth, DA V TON, OHIO. i 'apr7-6is Nodctp, jo CiilztiH anJ f iruiCM HAVING contracted with K.J.as.iiKe.of iZr'Wlg.: u.unltud a I no Kentucky l ent fiit reKiiUrli , I l.t.ii...i..i..t.j . .... . ' ' iai ''eaten, nor tu any tout have ln-va ilullfl hfrvtufora. Work will he. made pt-rieutly wa. ... -..km. .ut, witrranietl. Repairing done In the Imt nianuci', anil at the lowest mi. . Filters of eiarv klt.,1 tn Cl.lerns, toi tir bottom. All Ci.terns ul 40 barrels. or oyer, altered free of charge. The Subscriber hns had nlu. years vajxrlsace In theh!iaiieBS,andhni given general satlsfacllon. The eest nl reference given, If retpilred. ResMfnce, No. 101. Jellel son street, we.t aide. li. 'iwrrn .in anil bill, BKNJA ' 1 M Sul. ..t.M.,1.1. ullh th,,. U. u.... nose ni legnrmi that are going into lha ll tern buslne.., I will but d Urlcg Cisterns, grautl'd, for SO I solid, grant walled, 70 cents per I e.rlh, with brick top, 16 cents pel 1 ,kx.im uricn sis'erns, grsutea, Itf ao cent, per Han el i iwrreii t emint on per barrel I I i LEGAL NOTICES. I . i l ! I ' . j ! I WOTICB, . v ' Jum-t W. liwtfr, riilnlllT, Wata nl oM.i, RiMtn lliranhih, TtrOrndant. I rnunf nhiti ,r i rOMtl.rlvll lift 'a T UK anid fifindatil la lirihr notillr-d tlnt -a thf Miiniin; Hrnrrtnwt haa ai.l 'hta pr-HUmi in I "! l, aklnai jiKlamrnl nualnit M ,l-lr.,,l- am na Mi two liroinlat.ry notra, to wit: On. fori j vinn, wnn i.n prr rnt. inlPrcai nam May lfth, I ,N,",nc ' on Hniithrr, with Ik f i rrnt. ' Inlriwt on aniil kUmf, from WbriiHrv 17. Irtftl. 1 A T fM IVtndnl I nnttfl ' ?rV,it2illn rly "f,.rJl,.1 A nrt t fftjt4 ftndnl I nMtflml ttint te t r petition omvr tr- tn.l. .Ik.- ..r aj ... i " .tmM it, nin nr.i, 1 Br n v n t KrirDT, Ma Attorni r. f WW ' .r -WH' a.t. Attractive SaleT I $ iuraitano of an ordar of tha Mnpnrinr , t'oiirt, wllhln anil lor Ihr loiinly ot Moiilrnm . irrj- nM autrnl Ohio, mit nt tha rohroary frrin, 1 1 h.rtx.f, A . D, !, la llta raaaot llrnry I., nrnwn, fc l.aa. H. Klrrtl, Krtiiiltr j inuiwalil uaoina w. smith, itec'J., i a...tilat;.Klrr.ld,j"ieaM.HBillhanaolten, To tnatlirMlnl. I will trll at public auction oa the ro tnauiracirn. i will trll at nubile auction on llir (ronnil lininrillntrly aoiitli and north of the f 'lncln. uall FralKhl ami Puacuirr trota, bvttratin Ilia iiuuri ui u ami a oviutk, r. m., on 1 XATUI.DAV. MAY 28TII. 18.W. I Tha following; drtfrilirtl lUtal Katata, tltunta la the , 0"' ".' "'"". atontKoiiKT) couuty, Ohio: Ihliur llt tiikmlv.il utl ....... .... . ......... :ib.st 'AMI VM4UI 4'M) uo 4tH)I(K) A JA,Ou 3-jr,io aoo.oo Siltl lt. helnf on riikeritrret, fronting ctnnall Krelftht and HN.aenaer Uepnta. . . ALSO. the (in- tnt numtered Mia appralirtt at 7W,oo HT fJ-Hr.lKI j . j: S M95 Aaa I4I Theae fta are north of the Cincinnati 1h..w.i. ,aM.re.eiMe.lrl.l.Afpnlellln. . I lot nnmttereit mm on Ihemrner. aprralaedat ao.oo I " " a4A on Ludlow atieei, eou.uo Jheie i ota nelnn aouth of DeMit and nppoaita wcnooi noii.e. ni.-vr, , At tha Door of the Conrt House, ' Theaou'h hairof lot numhereil nl.on IVriy, I het. Ith and ath t.,apprai.d at T0O, A I -SO, I The north 19'; feet of Lot ho. 8A. on hl.iln The aouth Mi leel of Lot No. vat, nn Mala it., .)f'.'.i-r.l n. i.non.INI wnmi mmwt .in nitu rraiiKUD iireeta, appralaed at 1 100,0 3jorl' ol the weat, and of the aouth 70 feet . . ... nr... nfiu Oi .lift KtMltn lUirCt, of Lot No. OT. fronting on the alley. ... pralardat 600.00 nn "n large r ramr waiehouie. Ai'l-rAlAed At i,so,oo im fo. 6ft ft $W. of Int trret, rtmninr I bAt-k to HaII RoAd, with Mtnml Founder) j ud MA3hlna Nhopi, milijt tu nn uuca pired lftae to Jnuicfc M. Mnlth, Hpprnited urr!m"vc?Y;"'iv,"'w,M,w. , Rtt FAOlory,) on Kut ilde of llHsln. nenr ThJ u rmi i?r aViJ aw On. Mr,i ...v, , one-thlrdiii h.'M1( menla, to lie aecured hv mortaaire nn th immi... To be aold a. the proierty of Ilia heir, or l.eorge W. Smith, decraietl, by HENRY I.. BROWN, . ... . ' ''"ecutor and (iuanllnn, lr1 8-tlt t and Kpeulal Maater Coinmliaiouer. Trustee' Sale of Valuftbl Real EaUto. fN pursuance of a certain indenture of m. rrusi neiween me Dayton, xenla and Delpre Rail Itoad Company of the lit si part, aud William P. Hultinan ol the second tmrt. niatla th. QAth d., P. Hultinan ol the second part, mad. the Qnth dny of January, IBM, and recorded la the Recorder's of. 01 January, iso., .nil rscorue.1 in 111 lice of Montgomery oounty Januar1 naMi '" Hwarder'aomee Mortgage UOOK I., pages ffis. 6'27. I 641, 63J, s:lt, 6.U, A 63.: Also, In the ol tireeascnuntv.lllilo. Kehrnarv 7th. inr.i. in u..i. I I)., Pges 14, S7, 37, JIT, S78, r,, SHO, 2HI , V 3H.1, scfli'SlReM't:.' a'ie'o0"" ""' ro"owl,", j hatukda Y, JUNK ITH, I88, j At the door of the Court House, in the olty or Pay - : ton. betweon the hnnra nf I ami a n'.in.!. u .r ton, between the hours of 1 and s o'clock, p m ,of said dayt Lots in tha city of Dayton, Montgomery oounty, and state ol Ohio, numliercd on the Hevlsetl Plat of said city, ws, assi, 8, Ma, .ii .Jsos si flBtlfi fjaai ilia ,1111 k, bibi 1. : 7f TSly Company, twenty-IHe'feet lroui the centre nf their present track on east side. Also ixn in said oily 01 usyton, jikj, clear of any Incumbrance. Also, part of Lot numbered 140, tn said city of Daytou, described as loiiows: Bciinr m fcct lndcpth otf the south side ol said la-lot, and IS leet inure or less in width, fronting on Third street, adjoining meproperty conveyed 10 r.. Thresher, by G. Aurtiln- b.ugb, l)eo. , tutu, aud the property n3 bv W. P. Hultinan. Alt'v. in fact for the n.vmn v..,ti k Belpre Rail Road Companv. uwleraaldTru.tr' Dead to Slutoii a. Manns, beliig'th. west halfoi tt,a proierty described ln No. i ol the Hcbotliile of pr0 erty connected with said Trust Deed, Upou which Is situate a three story brick business houso. Also, tha following Keal k. late (described In No. 16 ol said Schedule) situated lu Montgomery county, state of Ohio, ly lug and being in Section 31, 'low 11- aoip s, r wig o nnu uesariDM as Millows, VI11 lie. gliuilug at the north-west corner of Patty JHew- comb'. one hundred acre lot, thenoa aouth e w. seven and two tenthspoles toa. tone, lu s aid Patty newcomns woi line) i.icnce uorth 7S join. W.I forty-four and one-tenth poles to a .tone on the llneoloth street, In the city of llavtoni thence on the sonlh line ol said 6th street, N.74'j fc. three poles to a stone, on tit. east Uuaol tha corporation 01 said cltjpl Dayton, one pole to a stake; thence 01 uiuci) 01 avion, one oie 10 a stake; thence N. I' K, sixty-live anehundradth.ofa pole to., tonet thenoe south 7xo t thirty-eight aud nine- tenths poles to the ulaoe or beeinnlnr. eonL.tni... one and one-forth acres, mora or less. To be wild, subject to the right of way of said Hay ton, Xcnla the centra ol the present track, oa aaoh side, which oeipre nan rioau, iweniy-iwo ana a half feet from Includes all on the south sl.le of the.aiii... A'so, Lot. numbered ten (10) and thirteen (IS) In Goody's addition to the Iowa of Xenla, as recorded In Jreen county, and State of Ohio, suljrrt to the right of way of the Dayton, Xenla a Xpre Ball Rtiatl. lerms Ol Ss'e OlH-lhird CHshi An.lhl.d In ... nionthsi snd one-third in twelve months, with in- tere.t, to be secured by mortgagi the ."opcrtv ...... W . P. HUFFMAN, Tru.tr and Atfy. In fact lor the Dayton, Xenla A Belpre H. R. Co. GIFTSjJilFTS! ANNOUNf-KMENT TOTIIR I T.mlina flH p TA. ... . viuubiuiiirit ui j,-iyu)n and VK INITV. " . Great Gift Book Sale! ! ! ! A SPLENDID filPT! j Worth from a'lFT Y t'KNTS to ONK tiDNDRKD ..... ... B.,ru w,i vvrry imiok ! soltl, for which we receive one dmlar ; and upwaids at time ol sale. . OWING to the unparalleled success vie1 have met wllh for the last two months, we have; j removetl lo the .paclous aodelegant store No. 63, Jederaoo atreat, corner of 3d, ! Backol'a Block. Andhave made great addition. to our stock or Boots and Jewelry, w. am nntv nr.o.M.1 i..ta. and Jewelry, ' t'"0,'mf"'1 Inducements than ever. Our stock of Books and !;.vkY.. r.i....""r.v.' ly assnrieu, antl consists Historical, Poetical and I "d,c &asi I bold atuds. Cameo Brooches, and a ar.l v.rt.lu "'" onwci seweiiy. Also LAUtes' ,iegsnt Silk ...... i r .. . . - "-7.:. grdS Publl.hers In Ihe United Statei. ' No. S3. Jeltisraon at... m... ..r 'l.lHl 11....... n !- w. a. McDonald! VAN AUSDAL. DIXON & CO.; NO. Vi MAIN STREET, Opposite Court House, HAVE NOW IN STOUE AND ARE ollciing.t very low prlcea, the largest f. A T taTlrnTltTe-l a vitj,aWO) Of ev.ry descrlplloa of thelrown imiwrtatit.n, pur. chased liom th. best msnulactuieis, that was ever shown In the olty. All the beat and most varied assort uent of Curtain Goods. Consisting of LACO, DAMABK AY CHINTZ, ANff BLUB, ORBEN, Burr, . AMD WHITE f f" -al I. r W a ! Transparent, Cold, nndfiOltliu.il Velvet Window Shmlei, Alo , . ! MA II f 21 M OO fltt, '. Nunt. m. T.aiMiin Thi i ins.n. m..,i.i. : Min m, mTIU itii.a7i v:7.V. 1 wj Dimity, Mial-aolll.-a ' ... ' Aud Allendale Couuterpaaes and Quilts, j AND- irtirt a un . WALL) AJNL YV1JNDUW TAPER. I Thaw Goods are all bought for CASH, and will be soltl at . WHOLESALE k BETAlLi On t.rni. that cannot but be a.rfectiy ..tislactory. van Airsnj.. nixnff rn ' ' ' t ' . . ' . ,y . IJ 1 ty.T tC 1. 1 . mays s? Mala si., opposlts the Court House. ZTTZ . " '?7'Z, T . . fJODE V'M Udy Book, for Mar. lust rs-1 U Mvniltf - . . . i . ' . - - - apn.. P. I. ,tttVll ! AJsroTiniiii ' ' . , I i 1 1 I ', - p. drvou & rockwood, ' ! Liargo Arrival CHEAP DRY GOODS, . RECEIVED THIS DAY - . . 1 1 C I 41 N I J I 4 W J.-Jk. .t- i-XJ A lot or, , Stnnn er fllkn hi We., wrrth i6f, 'lU.-l ffllltint fifN., wnrlli $1. ' tt'fwk Kliha At Ifkr .woilh l, Vivy Utrrrrn nl '.,, worth n'i .a. jAcoiirt l.nw nl nt H.'r., worth iM-, I rfnt-h llrlillinti n l'r., worth ?m, Krnrh Chtntra nt vo., worth ao, V Alrp'Mn At 'J., worth K'v, VlnriAi At W ,c, worth '.'fe. " ft-4 Hi d. Mu.ltn iht t'.c, worth Up. H I Ml'il. MuiHn At UK-., worth ia-,c. A HaI HnntitA rHh At worth II1 IM Tollrt WUtMA At ltftO, worth ?. , wt Together with nn Klrtitit l.ina of Cfjl lr (IronaHlno Tiaaiii m i - V CllCtUlIlO, LlllUtl. , Tl D. - . V . 1 URreKe & Urffandld llobes. AI.KO ' Lnrt1 nnd ti ml llk niniitlllii. ! VAltASOLS, TtiAt HtAomprc fAvornhljr with the nhot t prlcr. Chas. S. Weitherby, nn i irni STitEi:r, Bet. Vino and Raca ate., 1 aprta-dtra t'lNclKNATt. j .. , . . ; Milliners & Merchants; nraintKn ciioirr. Ninv rttlrr op nm n-no . " triMMIN08, j SILKS, I I'.lnbroitlr rtoa, FLOWERS, ll. .OlU ! sua nrU fa ,uso,.s, MAXrihhAS, LACK fi'OODS, (c. I Will tlo well to exiiminooiir aasort- jmcnt before ruirchnsin, our stock nnmnt.;u;nff 4.n 1nrf..,el: mill viitliotit ..vu....n..,.i Jt..LL,.u llllt. .l.-..... I nfianl-l mr.nl ovor nOiirml in tlio inov. ket, n largo portion of which h of. our own tlircct importation. 1mP Wl.olei.Aie Deiili-ra In mik Ooo.lt, MAiiufa.lumiof MAntillaa And atraw (.ooda, CINCINNATI. mhsi.'imdaw v " ' """'!" "u nuinui mine GENTLEMEN'S i x l t I I l 1 1 rll I It 1 11 f txOOllM ' ,,uuu'1 1 ow ovJ'i l';'gitt and I'sofitl. A la ; t ,,10" indispensable articlee just rge re- . i 1 00lvea' ! The HO YS Hint mischievous claaa, who tcar tncir olnthea I have no doubt will call ' and see mn, im years of experience haa . r I iii. proved to tlmin that I can suit their Juvenile ..i... .,1 tfil..,.. : .1 -i ' . tastes; nnd ir thcro 19 a boy insido oroiitside 1 .1 ' n . 1 V,r Tr,on' .V" . T .not worn. m? JACKKTS and TAXTS. I wiali lo sen him 1 j i 11 ,. , 1 "u moruuguiv ronuvuie ins external Bp' pearunce, by dressing him up in a suit of , my well-fitting garments, l ttrotits are rc I ' r . , . . ur rL spectlully invited to examine the goods. 11. f .1 ' w e ' M? 8tock of Gentlemen V oor ia one of r ik. ....1... .1 1 1 . .. mariet. call and examine the Latest Ulijles. W. 0. BREENE, sprt- No. 1, Main street Dayton, Ohio. : rwyjtv wlMl.rn . x-v, m,,,.,,. . m I I " 11 "IMI I.K A N M lUCKMKNT I H A T wf have a Machine in every way eoual to the I l-st nl It 1 I 1 i TlTariine fnv sl,s. T.x 1 atocloi,'JYlaCnlne 0r tttO JreOplO I j . I(A Stif.1. 5 T,'m Q t Ol lit It III lime oft VC3 iMTIO, nl It 1 I h lPS-l ,Kl M il f II 1 11 P3 1 11 D UltlOO It I til 11 1 II l, AT THE VI'.RV LOW PRICB OP $35 A..SO, the reputation it has acquired in ev- plnca where it hns been introduced, has hnreh.loea eanilAr.,1 on .....nuu..... .:.!. ,1,. i.n . 1 , """"""".v v""" I f1"' ""' "enns w have hod lor aupply- i mg ourselves with MnchinpH.) ton. Ivcrtisc tn 1 snV I'rent extent I " est' 111, THE DEMAND Having nlrcndy KXCKICDKO 'I'll H Sl'l'-: ibi, ana neing now 1'liKI'A II El) TO' l lL"P 1 VV m. tr 1 .-I, . "A .7. 1 L.1.'"?" 10 rJLM A -L ' ti nun r kii M I'l I, j , wo Ice it : duty, to the class or penplo who Iihv1j our linen neither willing nor aiii.p. to pay such HIGH PR,CES i As have been deiuandfld by other machines, to use nil tho weans in his power.to leiihe Piililic know t li tit they can got us gun'd n Qoviri'nrT TiTo nVi ino OC Will ft lfiuiillllu As there ia in thn murkut, ut a reiisotialile price. ' Our Machine, was given the MOS T FAVORABLE NOTICE in the report of ihe I Fair at tha k'rnnllln !.;.,.. .. ni.ii...i..i i.: j , ' Ph,0t n( thJ) A T TH K JfKA of i ,he ,n po,nl or ,norit' n"d , TUP P I 1 1 1 fit 1) D n II 1 1 T 1 1 1 1 p. til,.'. I li h ai a i ai I - " . . .. a. a mjllM J ill. 'and isooliain, und ALL OTIIKB FAIlia nt which it lias been exhibited. It is w" v NE I In beauty, simplicity, durability, quantity ; and ijiinlity of work, and is, ia a word, ihk , w, depend on QUICK I SMALL PROFITS und SALES AND have therefore placed it at THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICB. Call and examine before purchasing else, where, at SALESROOM, , . In nii-lodeon KiilliliiiKa, CINCINNATI. IV E BKAM.l.N &. CO. ,"Pn hiving all order promptly filled witii n'urrttnUul Machines, und lull direction!) ! fnr lluo - 'iwu aw umtauig UUU rui V rRenonlhie LOCAL Af.KNTS wmitpd in u ymi k wi 1.11 nninuii aMJttill. mini NOTICE. fV Customer., having unsettled account, wllh U us, will please observe, Ibat we have rrtlucrd "r "'"""utripny io iisiu Alitlb.'lngtleslrtmslocloseourbooksat thoearliesl .....,,, ..,.,. ..miuuu.i. .inuui IMMKOIATS; Skl-TI.BMKM-r. JOHN, VAN DOIUiN & CO. March 31, IKM, A LI. DursoiiSaindiilitod to the Kstuta of ( harles Auta-rt, dee'd, are respectfully reiiiesl- M - " ".e..i..e I , . , I . Office, east side Main-street, over J, IV. Darst k arc.', stuta. , mjll TIOn asw HallPul..bl ef the season. i-u - - - 1 aet ai I, N. ...n. I j ' I that a It may, one thing Is certain, and beyond luc- ' cesaful oontradicllon, that the BKST snd CHKAP south ; KST liOOlis ever olleretl to the people of Dayton, I are to lie found at No. UU, COR. FIFTH ANDCI.AY fcTRKKTS, where I DCkJ I C UIAIT j , i ' 1 i 1 co"""," f ery yaney SilltH. Challies. Brillianta. Lawns. ' ' NEW.WMEROOWS! Cor. Main and 4th t. I' In In sind Fa shloiiable FUUNiTUKK! i ofn, 4. lintra.Tnblfw. I liu I ftt. ItoiUtoiul. Wnah fttimda. Ilitt ltiickn, llnrriitK AT IIEAS NAB1-K' YWV I Will I.I) HAY TO At.li INTKlti. i" li, I that I hnta thr lat ntatittmrnt of I'arlot no. I l.an.lr Kolta In Ihlat-llt, antl wonlil Invllr jon to ran anil i.c lor y oni ..-It rm, anil nt aa low rntfl aa lh.y f tn Im ohttlof tl t'lttowhiTt'. MBD A LLIOrV PAIllOH BTJ1T8, IN BOBDW COD (SOLID; , . AK, WALNUT, Uphnlalarail In rr.a Ith rli li, Mrclalllon fntn Alan, lu Hmi'hnti llr anil Hnlr t.litlli. Al.o, ( hmnhrr Suilt, in llinrwoml, OAK ami w ai.m: r.i'nniplolr Aitnpo'a W hat Noli, of the Unfit onlrr. ' I tvonlil aiy in cottrliiRlon lhaf they are manutae turetl by m)aelt, antt wotiltl le i1pnat d to hfti a you rotne antl ace niy attn-k oi furniture, whether ou buy ur not. 0. P. BOYER, ftl'fS i 'uriicr of 4th nnd MaIii trrrti B. A. & T. MORE, aio ai MTitrr.r, STATIONERS, BINDERS. AI.I'VTB or Slur Milh WHITING .l'APERS. ( ( Wall Papers. WIC would inrite tlm nttcntion of buvera to our SPHINO STtif K of Paper Hanging., Decoration., AVc.', Which U now rcry complete. Wa deliver picka go. wltliout charac, In any p:trt of the cl . nprft . SOMETHING NEW. TUR Autonmtin ('nulor, or lloiiAtviCeer. r'a Friend, iaalmply A Revolving Caator, with A nuinlwr of K or Fnna attached) protlurlnfr eaatni riirrnnt or Air Rniint iveM awnj ntr nie hou aectfj the pot 01 the Htonr Talde. The prlra , iunot exceed thnt of the ordinary t aalor; now on - exhibition nnd for ile nt Third street. N. B. This will be found an Invalttahlef article In i the alck room, for fanning and keeplns Oil (lira. t mh.io . , . - s NEW GOODS"?" BEAUTIFUL, RICH & 0 HASTE! JUST received n fresh invoice of the latept nnd newest styles ofJKWKLRr of every de scription, suitable lor the spring tratle,at "SltKHWOdD'S," nihao al'J Th nl strrst. " TimerTiine, Tiniei HIIIS day received another fine nssortinent 1 of fJnltl and silver Watches, with Dl'Pl.KX i IlKTACHLD LK.M'.H, and Swls. ainv i the must celt lusted makers, at 1 "SHHHW1 ! mhwi niit Th " - - I'KTACHKD t.KVI H, and Swiss auivenenU, from OOD'S." Third ctreet. , Silver Ware. Mlatcl If fare AN entire new and complete aRsortment of every article nultable for the Table, at "Bnr.ti w tnu'ii." mh0 SIS Third, street. OREGON Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON ! "DIIILOSOl'IlKIiS Pronounce tha nrnnoai- L- tlon Irratlotml that, an "irreslstahle body can j eer eome in oontact with an Inmiovahle one." Be uuiJi 11 nnu Is now aliening s large and magnificent assortment of Staple & Fancy Dry goods, 1 Jii't re.clved from the Ksstern Cities, and selecte.1 by himself, expressly for this market. His stuck Is White gooila, nf all descriptions, Ho- lery, fvotions, etc., etc. A tine lot of Spring H11 in mer Shawls, Cape, and Mantillas, a largn nnd splendid as- ' sorlmcnt of Bon nets, A' Bon net trim mintrs. 1 ... , j . '. . r. . 1 r.very nino ana variety ol I .its-n la alinnlv fiirvounp' uml ohl As rents anil other exitei ses ai-e much less Fast of the "deep waters," lie fee's conlttlent In bring able In aril nt lower ligurea, Kolt I HK CASH, than can he obtained olsewhere; not even excepting Ibe establishment presided over by Ihe gentleman from etew tirK. aprl'.'-ltindaw PHI - tn v e 60 a I W S A i i eO 0 'A K O o s r i a '5- r-A I' r-H -a w 1 rK - r -i v s e t in i-l pa a p Fd o w w o PAR ICULAli NOTICE M. OHMER HAS RECKNTLV A DDEDTWO ROOMS tn bis store. CORNER OF MAIN AND 20 BTB., Where he har on hand, and will forthalutureVeep the following enumerated article., lu atlditloa to his lormer stocat Rosewood, Oak A Walnut canopy Bedsteads, Rosewood, Oak and Walnut iligh Head Italian Bedsteads, Rosewood, Oak oni Waltit Low Head Station Bedsteads. Bureaus, Btanda, Ac, to ail oat Cham ber Seta, Finn Book Casea, aud Ettagirea, Fine Oak and ; Walnut Bid , , , Boarda. ! . i. ; ' M I It 11 O It S ! Oval, very large, heavily carved & fin gilt, Arflhed, " Square, of all sites and kinds, " ALSO Mahogany tnd Walnut Mirrors. Parlor Sets. FJKKST OF HOSEWOOI), J; WAL NUT SOFAS, CI1A HIS, TA MjVaVfr. Six Different Kinds of Hat Racks. All kinds of Bureaus, Tables, Chalrs.sle., always on hand. Allot Ihe above cheaper than ever, at M. OHMKB'N, ,r' Corner Main and sd .tresis. notice. , . ;,7 T'H K partnership heretofore existing under His Mini of J. A. Walter, a Co., la Die Liquor snd (.rocery bu.lncj, I. tbis day dlsstilyed by rr.u. Iltal consent. The bustne.i of Ihe late f.tm a lii be Milled by J. A. Walters, or kU aulhottrad ageql, J.. cob PrsUtuaer. , a. W ALI sua a to, i.yliu,Hayf,ta, . , mtft