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AT " ' NotlG'Mnin street. 1 ?'- : .tlJWWIt30N ! tw ' , i : ' t - ! a ( . UAH JUST ItECElVF.D rflF. BF.8T mi RMl tmn)iMf link of SPRING & SUMMER it- I I. . j . k I 1. Toots and Shoes" Rvpt brfiiwtil to thle rlljr. wM-h werr mftnnftna rprMljr to hie nr.r hr JOHN H. lKl:H,of ( la f InnMI, rfcnrw)ii4l to h the beat Bool an flho MurMurT In the Wt?r. Ina..lltan I HAVK urn! WIT.L KEKPON HAND A full and vrldatocK of I.Iy Own Manufacture, Whrsh, ftw aTVr.K andqUAI.ITTIa I'MsriBlPASS. .!. I am soeAdsnt I HI get up THE BEST FITTING BOOTS 8HOK9 In th sHty, Mid I will guarantee setlelaetloa la ell cwsee. . MesprvtluDv, N W. WILSON, ' II Mela) ate, I door, south of th Maraet. M. W. W. alse keeps superior artieleof FRENCH I.ACKTNIJ. ' ar No Eastern Work kept at thin estab lishment, ; ..i aprt-da H E N C H ' . ; . " CP Fiiiisrci-i BLAOICINa,o COHBTAJWTLT ON BAND, AND FOR (ALU JIT ' N. ,W. WILSON, ; . ft. II, Main Lured. O UloiVEITATRIALI-w Q apfM-t vim goods: Gpr i n g 6 1 o thing. 119 & 121, MAIN STREET. 119. S. SCHIFER 119. HAS JU8T HECKirKD Hl! H1MIINO Uw of Itry Samli, ramprl.tnir rrerr thin new and eleiraatu the line. .- Kaaoy and Black - -'- Silk Kobea, ' -l'luin and . ! ' ) . ' ' . Kane Hllka, ' i lilark A ' . M ' ' " - ' , " Colored, laarary variety of .tyie, hoitrht recently, anil tell ing at LOW rHIIls, Wa and Im AUnllilm, Nhawla, Dii.tera, Paraeol., Holery, , . : 1 Kmbroltlerire, " f . M.irla aad Trltaailaaa, Nnv Style,, anil at Hrnit, rn Pairrai iirenaillne. Berare-, Organdie Valenai Mobea, ( halllea, FnttJqrtlt Berate, Amtlala, ValenoU-, aad Traveling iireaa QomUt rHlNTZI'.H, ' Frenoh and Knallih. Hrllliaala. Iiln7hanta, aiea, ( na hambravs. klshu'nens, ' Hnea aii'eetlBis, . . - - . irti!dW ' ' ' ahaattngsi. eea which oanaot (all to vleaae.. , -j O- . ' . Q-j OlliliSlT LliU 1 II 1JN III Klnraat Kreneb Cloth. Tre.s and Froca Cwitiit Ana- Faacr Caatlmere liu.tncsi Coet.i Spring Ha- gtana anil Overcoats, , the lateMt at) lee; . f rasninname viae nana i aasimere, : f 1 1 . - - Plain and Faney Caaslmere Punt, of all descrlntloua; 811k, Satin, Velvet, I Marseilles, and ' ' .. ' KarlnereBatlu ' i ' and Cloth " -i Vesta, lafaethe haa now on hum! a nilland complete stock nf all the lateat at, lea nf COATS, PANTS AND VESTS, C 1ST ntcua IUU J1UIO, FOR SPRING AND SUMMEll WEAR, and which he will sell at lower price, than similar ooflaean be ptirchaaed for at any othtrplaoefn the C.istom work will be liven particular attention. public will please remember th. plane Nos. A Ul, Main street, opposite Phillip. House. II anil may To IJorchantD ' ' ' ' AND M1LUNERS. sir n TtnirmT e nnni- nT r rT W.r. UU tV itUvli H UUU. .MeoBTra. nxAtrs, ao ArAC. ' ' MANTILLAS, DUSTERS , ClOalCS and Bonnets, 83 A 85, PEARL 8T, CINCINNATI, O., Oner tothektenhanta and Milliner. of this aeetion a eomplete agaortment 01 Straw and 811k Bonnets, Shawls and Mantillas, Dreea Tiimminga, J BoabroldsTic and ' Whit Goods, ' "4 Bonnet Ribbons and Mlliinary Oooda Our extensive snnnretion in the above goods, en n-K.ueeUl inducements to cahh ruykrs. mi,l "J 1 Jij ". C 3ij J. JVt THIS DAT AND BVENINO, AT ' n GEO. OHMER'S. REFRESHMENT SALOON ' I ( .t ... OBOROBOBMER. !.t ror Ioa Crsam, go to 0K0. OIIMEKH. iTor tk Bast of Soda, go to GEO. OllMEICH. for nil kinds of Cool Drinks, go to , OEO. OHMERri, Tor tka bawt of Candle, go to UKO. OHMEH'H. Iter tk. b.at of Prh r,n . go to ... OEtl OUMKK'A ref tit finest Clgaia, go to HBO. "OllMER'a ; 1 fpt tka boat Tobacco, go to . UKO OIIMRK'8, Post Ofllos aulldlnt, Third street, mail ssw da l von, o. BALTOlf STALL'S Fibi aid Winn RR-Pkoor ' ; ADIIKSIVK AND ELASTIC ROOF-COATING! rr Metsl and Canvas Roof. nox riHCiiAKorkovn, miaTEtt, to. F. BOt'l CO., ntOPAIITOAS 4 80LI MANUFACTtJItEBS, No. 132 West 2d at, (bat Rao t Kim,) I ; . : I ' i ' J ... ..rT""N..M. ,.,.- voux. UAHON , -Ellf OHIO, WEDNESDAY. Tin- i t . I i ! I I I I I . MAY 18, 1850. , . urn ,. Ja. 1 I t t I I ' J.sLLJIyI Ib. U NO.-10.V THE DAILY EMPIRE. tnpirt fcililiiig, Tliir4it48ilki!UM.ltiil Jffffrn ' TIKMd , futnp ID wrapper., .oil Cincinnati Agency. The Oiwlnti.tl Tjf Fonadr Oomptnr la our duly aathorixed A print to make roDtrartk and receipt ror AdrAtiiaemmta aubscriptionil, Ac, la that ally. T BoiiKiwaMas. Tha EmpiraJob Rooam are in eompUte trim, aad wa ara now prepared to do work of all deacriptiona in tbe beet alyle ftheart. Oall ill and examine our work aud learn our price.' . . . IT-To Anmnacaa. Adrertieamanla or Notieea for the Kmpire mnrt be handed into th oWe bf un t'eltek a the day they ara de iredto be publiebad- later. We cannot agree tolnaort them after that hour. Cincinnati Agency. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. Cincinnati Agency. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE Weekly Advertisements. Tho who daair to har adrortlteraeuU inserted in tbe Wefktf Empire should hand then ia bf Saturday morning, at the latoa. MuOur adrartiaing patron will perceir tliat, by on? arrnnfcement of reading matter, iheir advertiatimenU will be itlwaya in a Terr important matter to them (T8ec 4th pair for Telegraph Reporta, - Tar lit Tbe Daily Empire, aloeal and gen, eral NEWS-paper, ia puhliahed erery after noon. Price, 10 centa per week, payable to the Carrier. Our eitixena are solicited to fry it; if it does not gire Satisfaction, w will netinaiat on their continuing it. tTW call (special attention to the advertis i ment of th Administratrix' Sale of lots belong, ins; to the eatata of F.. J. . Forsyth deceased The lota t be aold are pleasantly situated on the high gronnd In th eastern part of the city, and only a square distant from Third street. Sal to morrow at th Court Rone, at I o'clock P. M. Attfition, Liodt Giabd ! Yon are hereby notified to meet in h Armory ton Thursday erenlng, May 19lh, at 8 o'cloak. A full atten . dance ia desired as vrtr impobtakt business will be considered. By order th Capt. SAM'L B. SMITH, Sec'y. 1 , I Wmitk BvLPHua 8raiKoa Th i'roprielors of th White Sulphur Springn hare, we learn, ex pended some 130,0(10 upon the buildings and grounds since the last season ; and at the pre eut time the work of improvement is still going on under the anperiendanc of Mr. Doremus, of Oolnrobns, who baa about on hundred work men engaged. The establishment ia being fin ished in a atyle of elegance and convenience of oai inorougn eaaraoter. regardless of ex- P,,,, 11 "iU mMt lBBi, alegant and complete eummer retort in the west, and y t Uo.. Tb. aWicio.1 .oualitiea of the Whit Sulphur ara too well known loo need special mtotiun ; hundred of jinvalida eaa testify to ita curBlirerirtues lie ou the 1st of June, when wa expect U learn in,t J,, mf)t WBn, beaotUttl grounds an occupies, oy aeon oi viaitorB woo nav oaeo attracted tbsrs by a de.ir to njoy thsm selves vastly, and regain good health and elastic spirits. Jos. A. Swsynie, Ksq , so long the popular dispenser of pleasure and first olaaa entertain ment at the "Ewaynie Hons" of this city, ii ZTS XtLTSSl This ia a sufficient guaranty to the public that they will be wall cared for while sojourning at ths Springs . . Htrawbrrrirs ! Brandenburg & Co. re . , . R, ...i r . . eel'ed "' "PP'J' ' Btrawbernea to- i day I They are very nice for the first of the season. Those who want a taste at aa low prioes a they oan be aold, had better go at ono and get some. They will receive them now every day during the leaeon. B. & Co. have also received a email lot of Cranberries, and encumber for their euato mere. A wife before the ; J : 1 whipper waa May. , y4fter(1,y of bii Vife, who oharged him with severely beating her. He "fin5 . anten4 to three days in prison on bread and water, H' wlfc abo charge him wi stealing eorn from Harriee and Chanibera, and other bad thing; and it U probable that at the end of of bis prison term, he will be examined In regard to these trifles. I0L.W learn that Capt Da Ren eontvm plates going to Upriogfield for while, Tor ' the purpose of teaching Fencing to gentle- ; men there, who hart signified a deair to learn th graceful, healthful and manly soi- ! snoe". W can obeerfully reoommend the W i Springfield neighbor, a. a per. feet gentleman, and a complete master of I weanona. Ha also possesses a an parlor fa.v ' 'I,1"T,'' laatruollon 'hs soienos. rinewar well, we know noibmg more about it, only that th "Buffalor bridge," about w hich th war seamed to have begun aad ended, was destroyed by the Pied inoo Use, to , prevent lha Auelriana from crossing upon it This is all. Ws will irssstf, hear thia evening that "the war haa snswejy began." Is th mean lira grain speculator da not know exi sctly what to do, and floor is troubling at $H ty Ws inUnded yesterday to inform our read I era that la &tb prise at lha Tournament on Monday uigbt was "divided between Masters ' Phillips sad Bcheuck," but ths typo who cor reeled Ik ptoof persisted is making ths mat ter so muddy that it could sot b understood. I W have taksa aa impression of his hesd sn our I Pub "'f " ""'T Tu , ir th anaet sf extending kis ideas for all lima to corns, I New Fum, Birr FamiUas Naia. By refer , sacs to their eerd is a Bother psrl oi ths paper, I it will be asea that Messrs. Betteloa A frets I inger hav saooeeded J , A.. Walter, Co. in ths Wine and Liquor busieeas, sad kavs removed tmSi street, tw doora eut f th Peat office the moat eentraj point in the city. They are clsvar cms, aad bsvs basa long knows to the business public sf Day toe and earrouadlng oouolry. Their stock ef Catawba, French and Rhine Wiaea, bitters, Ac, ia large, and war- ran lad to be the deal red articles. 111 1 . 1 IT Th Dayton A Michigaa A R. la rapidly approaching eomplstioa. The track from To ledo thia way, ia being laid st tb rat of S mil ! par day. The iroa lot IfceeatUre ml has bee I secured, and It Is confidently predicted tal : ths road will bs opea to Taiedo by th 1st of Election of Directors for the Dayton and Michigan Railroad. The stck!:!d.-ra of ttis Rs4 bw at the o tTlce of th Compsny, In Hna(on Building, yeaterday at 9:45 A. M. 1 On motion, Judge Jam Myers, of Toledo was appointed President Of I he meeting, and U. 0. Hale, of Sidney, aad F. Spragne, of Dayton, Secretariea. ' Bon. T.J. 8. Smith, Preeidan t, It. Rhoeaisker, Superintendent, and P. Smith, Secretary, read their reporta to the meeting. Th Secretary alio reported a balance sheet of th receipt and expenditures, and read a atatMvnl as trustee. Oa motion, th reports were all approved Th Treaidcnt then appointed Judges and Clerk of election, and the meeting adjourned to I o'olock P. M. Afltr9 Scrrfon The stockholders mat pursuant to adjournment, and proceeded to the election of a hoard nf Direction ; resulting aa follow. T. J. S. Smllb, 0 Dietrich, George Carlisle, J.O.tilford, II. 8. klsyn.J, S.Morton, M. Shoemaker, Jceeph Cummins, and H, R. White. Bhctin e Offiem The new board of Direo tora yesterday afternoon organized, and pro ceeded to the election of officers, for Ihe enau ing year. Tbe following are the officers elect : T.M. 8. Smith, Prea't j 0. Dietrich, Vice do Pra. served Smith, Sec y and Treasurer, and kf. Shoemaker, Sup't.. . ': A mora unexceptionable Board could not hive been chosen, and ita organisation haa exactly meet the public expectation. The reelection of Messrs, bmiih, Shoemaker and Smith, lean acknowledgment of their aterling worth ; their re appointment waa deserved. fTThe Cincinnati Commercial tells the nppo. aition aot to rely for success in IP6O00 the "divisions lu th democratic party ;" aad assures them that they will all be "healed up" prior to that time, and that the organisation will be a nnit In th next Presidential Cam pnign ; that there will be no difficulty in Ihe Charleston Convention, Th Commercial, Jn this matter, ia right. Divisions in th Demo cratic party will he healed ; and w can aaaiire the opposition that there will be a harmonious Convention at Charleston.' There ia nothing in politics surer lhan tb:a. ITThe Southern Enterpriae," published at Greenville, S. a. haa entered it 6lh volume, in enlarged form, and in entirely new type and fixture. Th "Enterprise" is a double medium folio, is high toned, and w will add, for th information of nervous people In th north- doe not squiot towards a dissolution of th Union. For all e can see, fl ia as loyal to that venerable document, tbe Constitution, aa though It were published in Oberlin, thank 'or. Thoa who would like to have a spicy, readable paper from the far South ja "inflection of South em life ;" should send for the Enterprise. It ia published by Price aS McJonkin, at $1 per year in advance. ' CT A bra attached to a apnng wagoa In which waa a barrel of charcoal and soma other fixing ran off from in front of lb Gazette of. flea Ibis morning, and raised a "cloud of dust" between that point and th Post office a short run, but a big mn. Th animal waa brought up by soma geotiem who. successfully dis puted bis further progress, Th charcoal Ac. wero deposited in ths street. Meeting of the Snoyd. Ths "German Reformed Bynod, of Ohio and adjacent Stales," meets thia evening at Fair field, Orecne Co., Ohio. The Rev. H, Rust, of Cincinnati, President of last year, preaches the opening sermon. KT'Tbe Commercial of ym'erday devotes a labored article to "the posi'Jon of parties," and 'the Presidential campaign in 1H60," in which it Is endeavored to be shown that Vic PresU dent Breckinridge ia th "rising man of th party 1" that "every sign in the democratic horizon indicates that Breckinridge ia Ihe aaoat available man in the t'nion for Presidential Oandidate of the Democratic pari v." The Commercial has msds out a pretty atrongcase for th Vic President J and stranger things have happened tiias bia nomination and con sequent election. iT Th Post office will be closed, until fur ther notice, at quarter past 7 o'clock .P.M., in. atead of 7, as heretofore. This extra quarter of an hour is a great accommodation to Ihe pnblie, and ia appreciated by the many who have here, tofore been "juat a few minutes too 1st I" ITA formidable petition more than a Tard long waa handed into Council last night, asking that th Railroad tracks crosaiog Prai rie at. be ordered to be planked and put In ron. ditlo forth tree crossing of vehicle. The pople are determined to have thia croesina opened to the public, and ihe matter might aa wen o attended to at one. Man Dons We hear of mad doirs ia ever direction, near and fart aad everywhere but usy ton toe dogs running at large without muxi ilea are killed. Are our authorities and eur eitixena waiting for some awful cslsmity some oa er a doaen to be bitten and undergo tor ture to which those of the dsmsed or tolera ble, before th.y .; eiteedlo th enforcement of lb ordiuaneet 1 Bubal Dirrsicrs, W hav engaged the sen vices of s gentleman, (who haa gone to Ihe rural districts for a time,) to get nsup some sketches of palure a he may fiud it in th fielda, forests, sud clearings. - He is every way com petent to thslask, aud w hope he will not disappoint us. CuaanmuX' We were wrongly infurmed iu regard to tha day oa which ths Independents' Pic Nic ia to corns off. It will beoa IWade ths Stfib Inst, ths weather permitting aud It is expected last it will. 8TSAWBMiauu) I Csxam 1 Orargs Ohmer ia In daily receipt of large, luscious strawberries. When be prepares them is create, they are al most too good to eat but people manage la eat 'em, notwithstanding I Call la and try ' Poet OfliM BuUding. ' ' ' CT Ws read about a many person getting burned, many of thsm disfigured horribly or killed by exploaioas of Caraphen lamp Why don't th people procure Maoe'e Nonpa rid Oaa Light? It ia safe, sod cheap, costing but about one cent, per hour. Winrhell, at Langdons', hss them. , IT A kora raa away with a carriage, day before yesterday, aad utterly demolished the .Ubllshment above th "running gear. Fortunately un n wsa in lb Vehicle at the Urn. , . CT Why t as editor like s perfumer? Because he i daily engaged is eMasae it tnti! .' Th perpetrator ef the above ws fouud, ia lev minute after, rolled ap untie our Ho Cyl saeVr Frees Is a rsUapasd eoadliioe City Council. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, TUESDAY EVENING, May 17, 1859. P resent Messrs. 1 Boraherger, Boyle, Drrkr,Phillips,K(eraled, Mow, (lilliland.Bnts, Thomas, and Lntt. Minutes of the lnt meeting were read and ppmved. PETITIONS. To appoiul S. H. Theoias Superintendent nf Third road district. Laid on the table. To fill up or cover ever , the gutter hinging from Warren street te wire bridge. Referred to Trustee of 4ih Ward, - . Te build a bridge over ths Canal at lb foot of Ludlow street. Kelrrred to th bridge eors mittea and Selicitor. t , - Te open as alley back of Patterson alreet to the trustees of the firth Ward. To appoint Michael Lawless Bnpervi.or of the fonrth road district f Jld on the table. By a number of cart fnen and dray men ask ing council to hav the roaaing on rrairie street planked. Referred to committee. 890 eitixena asking Council to plsnk Prsirie street at the Railroad trussing. Laid on tbe table. The Orade Committee reported nn the grade of Wyoming atreet, of Wrikfnsnn street from Brtten to Washington; of Brttt-n from l.ndlow to Prairie; of Simrnonr from Hoit-anf to Pearl; and of McClure from Fifth to McLean. Agreed " - '.:..:,, 4 Theconlrsot with the Mtsml Fire Co., and also th bond of Thomns SchieflVr as Tressnrer, waa read and 'approved; .The Bridge Committee repnrlHPin favor of building a bridge over the cannl at Ihe font of Ludlow. Laid on th tablrt , The committee reported in favnr ,fgraveling thesidewslk on Water atnwt Besr thg levee laid ever one Week by consent. , . Cummitlee 10 whom wsn referred ihe nuis ance on lot N. 378, ( RvprlL in favor of abating the nam In BTt-dsyN. 'Adoptrtl. Tbecommtll to whom .O'Brleu'a bill was refer ri'd, report) in fsvor of allnwingjjiessme. Agreed to. . , , 1 Th finance coiaiailtre IS Whom Ihe final te port of ex. Treasurer Dovidmn was refrrml Reported thai the aaeaunti'and Vm'irhers were rll correct, and lhal the balancon lie charged to the tew Treaanrer. ' itepoit received and adopted. ' ' The conimillee reporlbd Tntavnrof making a ditch along the levee.- from Oridge to Third streets, and recommending tnat the Cily Engi neer make an ettimat of cost Si Adopted. Council went into the election of Supervisors. which resulted Si follows: First District fleergo FaUorwin received 7 rotes, John Burly 4. ' Second Dwu-iet On the ' third ballot. P. Leonni d received 7 vote and C, M naser 4. Third. DItt.c'.-rOit th third ballot Lawless received S Votes, Clock 9, Wenlx I. Fourth Distriol Oa Ihe sixth ballot f)eo. McCain received 7 voles; J. .Valentine 4, The contract with Fidelia Shoun for irradinv Wayo S'nd Orchard' stteofs was read and ap proved. Ths cou tract with Frank Baum fur removing dead auimala aud burying the same, was read and approved. The Prairie street Oucntion waa laid ou Ihe table for one weelu l By McMdre, ThatHs guviet tin th South aide of Third street between Main and the Methodist Church be repaired by the Street Commissioner. Referred to the trusters of the Third Ward. By Mr. Bula, That lha owners of property oa the north aide oi Hickory street, between Brown and Wayne be ordered lo curb and grade, Ad.ipted. By Mr. I.uts, That the Trustees of the 6th Ward have the mouth of Miami atreet on Mc Lean at. paved. After passing sundry accounts, Council ail- ourned. a to to The Voice of Masonry—Louisville, Ky. We observe lhat one of the editorial corps of this enterprising josrnal hss slsrted to Europe to search amongst the archives of lha fraternity there for such material as its editor so woll un. deratand making up for Ihi ir American madera. Thia, aa the first movement of the sort ever adopted, ia a gratifying evidence nf ihe popni larity of Ihe brethren. In the issue of Msy 1st, we pemrive th ron- tlouation of a series, from Mr. Morris' own pen, upon tbe management of I rial, in hidgra, which muat be of great advantage to the nntcera of lodges.1 Mo Mason should be without aMasor. ia paper and the heat of the class is the Vtaix puhliahed seoil monthly, at Louisville, Ky., at l per annum. Address Rob Morris. CTAuelioa uf Eastern bwita, shoea, eVc, con tinues ihis afternoon and evening at Davis', 79, Jefferson street ; and will co-linue until the entire stock is sold. IT A scientific writer asys lhat "if the hand ia moistened (not wet) it csn he stuck into mol ten lead or iron, without the least injury to il." How does he know? Who will try ihe experi ment? Krturm or Paul MoRphv. I'sul Morph-, ths invincible chess champion, has arrived in New York by the Persia, and baa been most flatteringly received by the prominent members of the New York Chess Clubs, who contemplate giving a public dinner la his honor. Himilsr compliments will bs tender a 1 bim by the Philadelphia Chess Clube and lb a principal cities of the Union, through whiuh be will puss on bis way to his native oity, New Orleans. f a sksA privats letter from Madrid of the 2fith ult, smanstiog from a nisinber of ths Liberal Party, says that publio opinion there is favorable to Italy, and would see with pleasure a Spanish oonlingent join the Franco-1 kalian army, juataa it was desirsd that it should take part in ths operation in ths Crimea, aide by aids with England and Krano. Th (luthris Ursys, of Cincinnati, at tbsir meeting Monday evening, resolved to CO into camp at Middletown, on the eaooad Monday in July, and remain on the ground lea days How will thr Waa ErrarT He? Tbe New York Courier takes this view of il: we are wen aware tnat many ol our reader are not prepared for tbe eonsequsn- oee oi cngtiso inwriereao la tne ousting struggle. But they would be absolutely ru inous more disastrous area thsa ws have predicted. Aad it fullowa lhat general war in Kuivpe, if It ahoold unnur, will give a extended eoouuero and the carrying trad or th world But, ia any srenl, be the war ooulined lo Franne, hirdinia aad AnsWia, or aho.il 1 it bseoms general, our eommerea, eur produce, and our aWnoee, must all leel th beaefim of U. maoh aa we may regret Its aikrteaee. 4 NEWS ITEMS. The Rev. Mr. Slows snd Mrs. H, B. Stowe will sell for Kiirona in Augnat, sn s iait to twooflheir daughters, who are si school in Parle. Th next ananal meeting of Ihe American Medics) Association will be held at New Haven, Ct., on lha first Tueedsy in June, 18(10. The trial of the Rev. Ib.oiel Downey, for killiog Wm. Miilllna, eommeaoed on Tuesday, before the Circuit Court ef Albemarle, Vin glnu. . The exhibition of the Pennsylvania Slate Agricultural Society for 1HMI ia lo be held en the rowel too grounds, Philadelphia. The Governor of Looislsns haa issued his proclamation, upon the advice of the Board of Health, declaring all vessels from a nnmher ot tropical ports subject lo a quarantine ef not less than ten days, The names of the locomotives destroyed by the fire st Baltimore on Friday mornirg, were: Magnolia, Ciuciunati, Baltimore, Maryland, and Virginia. Sir (4vorge Simpson, Governor of the Hud- soa'a Bay Territory, left Iehine (near Mon (real) for the Red River on his annual visit, on the morning of the !lth Inst. Th Governor is sccompsnled by Esrl Ferlisrue, whs Is on s visit lo British Americs. The jury in the case of Allen, on tiial in Buf falo for bank robbery, after being out 36 hours. came lo a disagreement, an decided, that they wete discharged. Allen is out on bail, and the case will he tried at the next term of the Court Then-port of the Sickles trial sent by tele, graph contained 1.18,140 words, and coat the Associated Press tW3 59. . This single item gives Sn Idea of the sums expended by (his frees Association in procuring tbeearliest news from all parte of the eonntry. A correspondent of the Providence Journal recommends asparagus as a cure for hydropho bia in any atege of canine madoea. Tha di recliona are: "Eat the green ahoota of aspara gus raw, aleep and preaplraiion will be induced and ihe disease can thus lie cured." This n m edy proved effectual to s msn in (Irrece sfter tbe paroxysms had commenced. For the Empire. Mr. Enrrns: I subscribed for on psper two years sgn, and paid ynu for it Now you send paper and a half ' Who is lo psy for il? If I sm to psy fur il I wish to know It. I don't like read papers that are nut paid for. It gives nif ihe night mare. And th Ghost of th Primer's Devil haiinUntydreaaas. ' Ifyoudont charge for the half sheet extra, all right. If otherwise, hand in your bill ; I will pay It, I know it ia worth all you ask. Any psper (newspaper) is worth ita money, in rash Why? If I would write a lettor to New York, onre a week, for meager newa, it would oosi me M for postage and paper. But so I bsvs tbe news over the world, fifty two pa pars to boot for 1, SO. Oh yas, if I am to pay for tb paper, I'll pay cash for It, half or whole sheet. Yes, for I know that all psopls who read news paper, snd neglect paying cash for it, or bor row it, find aand in their sugar, stones in their cofToo, sud the Uhost of the, Printer's Devrl in their toddy, with snakes in their boots, (If they ludulge often,) to sy ' nothing of the fright ful dreams, with crowbars, digging irons, tire- tongs and scissors ringlug ths dirge of a prin ler's dun lo the aewspsper. " Yes sir; if I sm pay, 1U psy essh. Tbe paper is worth three times JEREMIAH SQUAD. WAYNE, TP., May 14. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Strawberries! pHE Hubscribers hare just received a few A drswers of Strswberries tram rinclnn.U. and will no. daily ha e a nipnly of the luscious frull during the seasor HArlunnSlIKU A LU, inyttt No. sua. ad strati. jniis BCTTi.rroit, JACOB raETSIMOXa. BETTLRLON & PRETZINGER, Siiccrfltori of ?. A. Walteiw A Co., WIOwSHW tvrsairr m Catawba, French, RHUTJ3 WINES, lmprled and Domr-stle Liquors, OP ALL X IN IIS. Eait India ami Stoughton Bitteis, ' AB Third It, a doors Bast of ths Poat-offloa DAVTOI", O. Ohio Whit Sulphur Springs. Announcement of U Proprietor for . the Seeeoa ot 1B59 PHK OHIO WUITK . HULPUUK 1 HPKI N; M trttumtaM la DpIawim Ountv. 18 niketa nrUi Irom C'oluabtw,t.ie :iittul oitiu, o lit Heiv'iu niver, iu miMaa irin iMinwir,6Hilt from th Whlto Muluhur itt.M, oa lite NprinKfivlU, Mount Vttrnoa OBi tiCtvlNtfr Ka(I-HoU, au ! BtiMfroa risMiant tlry or trloK muon, oo tliv CtAlumlrtio. ftiu moii lutliskn Kmli-Moawi. TbwM vitriujf wm o(mmi lot ina r4Mpiiua tn rittturs ON TBI FIAAT DAT OP JUXTB. Tbe Imnrovcmmita of ldM Uar bMn Urt. ua bllng tl jroitsur to uBtsnuUato Irttiu tivo to is iiuiMiruu KUtraaas. Awoaf m liupitivooiattta may b OasMtiuuwl a uul -Haut litittil. mw ojitH( iuwi, aiitiliaOiial bulkliasa Utt awuaMTit auu recrumuua, cikuouiva MisU-f.ouca, a aUavia luut)r, . uiwn ma MTaic utzix arc nva urinra. an wittiia tha lawn, four of which, tha Wuii c Vi Lmi'i. tha liiALtatvATK, tlta MaumsUsIAM aiad tha Ai.iMa kaLibi ati:, at deciik4i waxitciatal, whila the nun ie iTwarKawie loruia purity ut ita aater. TUB WtllTK HULPHUK U a hrauttful Artattaa KouutuJa, aituatni iMr tha rocky hrnDkof tha ik-ioio Kivar. At tlt0pihu4 laa laai below the laval of th? cioto Sowa the raiuark ahla ttraava of eulpbur watar whh au)tlw tM tlvting. Ihia airaam waa UiaavvaftNl atwa thirty vaara Ago ly a gaMitioiama who wm iMtrtug tog Mkh. Tha waiar, whaa iwechd, t onaa aiuaa lo the eur faoaj. and haa aver .luuaaoatluued to alow, aurlaa All aeaaona. without cjhaofa or mtMtmmxtii aithar iji ifjaii-i ur TtjBjuswssp. st MEDICINAL MtOPEimKH. Tor yaara taeea .liu have beaa hlrhli mtpmrt tor their aitui9iual luooarilea. During the kaat aaaaoa tnatr rrpuiauuu ia inn raata?f aaa maa incuUrl aonhriuaai. i'liay wr adJuiksxJaUKVHl hy a philaJi, jutiitWuly aa to a,uaatity. Uai oi lrlnkin(,WMittnuaiioa, aad Utarr thia avt4Hay aiic uui ma cura war aua.erou aaa graiiiyUsg. l'liK WUITK iSCJ.PUUK WATKK la paaullarly stai vtaWa ia thoaa 4loftlet of tha i ivar aati iovian witia ao ofiaa aiaict, aiaatiaaaaM. aha aava brsias too altMMly aodilia4 W tf't-iime, aaal craowa as aatwuiary aaunaa TUB t il ALVI'K.ATK MFKINUM Ara laafBanaiit fcaataa Thfir affkMit ittvia Kpniiaii, tiowa aul AhiU.aai auaitiiutiua havtt imrt aot tsraaatoat hut laatiu, to lha luua v-a t taitty.aitd lotha MitMMi aaw Uta ajMl t ir. , TUKMAUaN'KSUN WATKrt ' t lavailua atay r.ly apoa evarf f-wiiit Wii ft itjr alahaMt tharia which aosuuous aaalih Aad At a owlUhtful iaort durtixf tha Mimm.prB.on tha iUia Ohio V hiimmayUnrnrii -vthftv mo rival tt, UVa M eat, aaa Im$ law In tha Liu. Wat tinn Is peeull.rly hesltltrt the SVInto here Is a rapid reeky streami the "('lift Limestone." a foi-irmtion hundred, oi reet In Ihi.kne.., through whleh the river eut. Irs way. Is every where either st or near ins .tiriAe, tne eroumlt ni theexTareare oesuflftii. ly undulated, sad Intscoeraed with numerous rav. inea whlrh rarry nrl all the SMter1onu. water, thu. rentlerlng the soil dry and the stmo.lere tree from that humidity so prejtoniviMi nt hesirnt th.e elr eumataneea, teaen In conneotion with the altitude or the plaee, about l.ooo feet above the let-el trf the ocean, make th loeaiitr aa free from malarious in- nueaees ss amouiitala region. Ti e Sitrlne nroliertv ennatete Of sen aeres of lanA, Ion of whleh I. covered by utie of the anil tiesult fill grove. In Ohio. This wnmllsnd t hamteneieiy laul oft Into walk, and drive., one of the latter be- in, iwu mile, in lensin. ' " BATHS. ' ' Bathing here, ty th plan adopted, I. brought Into i-ii i-nmi-inHjii sun inai ai uaiurau.v warm an not eurlnav. The water Is healed In the bath-tub by aleam-liwsi the heat eut Sln raised blrh en ough to p.-eclrdtate It. .alt., it I. I tin. .y.tem ap plied to tha aurl.raol the bsthae without the In. ot il. .ajuie ingredients. TELEGRAPH OFFICE, '.'" . A Telegraph OITtoe, eommunli sting wllh all parts of the country, haa been established st the Muring.. To be thu. In oonneotion with ittsfsnt point., u itt boa great convenience to gentlemen who ean hear I mm snd dlreit their huslneaa altalr. dally, All the aaceisorlra necessary to health, pleasure snd amusement, visitors may expect to Mnd at the determined to make It. in everv oanieiilar. a am. vr nil, i-uiiiniir nurinss. aa in. tirntirietn. i alaas waterliig-plsee. Gratified with the III eral .a- wii'im im. r, eo enon win D anared to merit It. continuance. A livery, w I sioeked with horses and earilsfrs, Is attached to the Sirlna-a. . ror further tn ormation, a-rangement. for rooms, s.oaddiess aniikkvv t.riup, Ja., r, line pMi;,niir rovi-omce, myta-lm uwawarc tounty, o. BALE OF REAL ESTATE. ptJKWANT to a former order from th rrowii-wimoi monTgomeryeountr, I will of fer st public sale at the door ol ths Cnilri House, Is the oily i f Bayton, In the county afitmald, nn I THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1X59. iievween ine nours or a an a w'i-tni. w ..f ..i day, the Billowing Real Katate, as the morlv of Kll J. Forsyth, deoeaaed. (being thai INirtlonef asms wnion remamea unKiid ror want ol bidders under said order of courtl to wlti Lot No. smjs, m said olty of Aiytoa (unimproved) spiiraiaeil, free of dower, at $'JVO,ti0. , ausu, uira numbered ens, and sal. In aald city of Dattnn (unimproved) nppralssd, (l ot dower, Al0. Lots numbered SSSS. arfrf Bfn tm ..i.i -i.. f J? (unimproved) aiipraleed. free of dower. Hald1 Int. not to sell for less than half of their ap praised value. r TKHMS OK H . LV One-third of purchase money essh on day ol salei one-third In six month., and one-third In twelve months. Deferred payment, to hear Interest st six ier cent., and secured by mort gage on the premises sold. RI'TH T.. FORSVTH, , Admlnlrtratrixnr Kll J. ror.) th, ileo'd. Thos. 1. Til.Tnn, Alt'j. aprls-lwdkwtt ; WATER COOLERS. TIIK Hnhaorihsr has lately received in s i ii"' ' ,on w" frw "'one Water foolers, -a - aniiiiu., n vpr article also jar-, erotika,.ug., pan., butter jars, fruit Jars, as well aa general assortment of earthen .rocks, pie dishes stove emoks, be., and for sale cheap hy myl. Ksat 2d street, 4 doors llom Main .1. roR cbiifoRT. NOW, that the sun comes out rather strong, and files will dance iu It, It la very comfortable to have the room shaded. Theaubserinai haa a go.d npitry of window .hades, window paper, and tlx Inga, for sale on reasonable terms. ctlARl.PN Post nyn KastSd street,.' doois from Main .1. A L1TTLH LEFT YBT. TIIR Rubscriber has a araull quantity of r ..... . ' S"wi inn Apples. west drletl Peaches, peeled snd unpeeledi nice line "-. '"'"i." v.iirn., rii. i.ainerine fruites. Pearai -i.il lul ,l 1 -- - ... . . . , , - , " .nuav SISIK- hernaa. not to menHm. hi- 1 1 i . . . ... ... . .' " ' ' ewnw UVa Ol other prime Groserle., aad for sale by I IIASI.M rosT, myn . Esst Sd street, 4 deors from Mala st. ' Fresh Mat Every Day. EOBUE W. PUESTOVS " Dally Meat and- Provision ms&vLmw 6th itrtet, 3 doors east of ro, tlrrl, DATTOIT, O., KEEPS constantly on hand Fresh Meats of every Bind. Duller. n. and Vas-etahlea tn season. Produce or sll desurintlons obtainable san be had at his stare. tT"As he does his owe Rut.hertng,tbe Public oan rely on procuring Preah Meat xvcav mobsinu du ring the week, tie desires Ihe people to know that aloNUAy morning they in procure meal .laught ered during the luevlous night. They will please bear this In mind. Ihaakful for past patronage, he sollelts s coatln uanoe of nubile favor, determined to deserve It. nememiierstn street, I doors from Hrown.trret. mylvtyA . For Sale or Exchange POU CITY FKOI'EHTV. pair of rr Hna Mulea. aad LhaTrariina Una! llapHnarbim CHAHLKK K. t'LABKK- aylT t;lesx's Building, ad .trrrt. Fil HOX Ed Drang, in prim order,- joet VJ received. . yn d. a p. a. xhiii.i.. L N. & W. M. GREEN, (tat t. N. Green.) VVIIOLESAIX .AND RETAIL DSAt-aaa ra I. ' GROCERIES, NO. THIRD ST., UK NOW PKEPAKF.fJ TO SELL I Goods to the Johblog Traile. Our .look 1. mn- plele and aeletteSwItk great care, and we buy lor iasm exoliialvet Vyeeaa aa will sell Uorxi. to urompt buyera at tbe very loweat Marael Prise, buyers are reapeetfully Invited to give ua su. 60 i bbls. Ficksrel,Whils Fish and Trou'. 30 " - N. U. Mol 40 Hacks Rio Coffee 20 " Pssches snd Apple. 10 bbla Rice ' 10U0 lbs. Codfish. ' ii Chests and Caddies fins Teas. 30 Chees. 1(K) Hacks Bait. 24 do. Krooma ' '-U-'i " Who Board Oermaa Chmrri, Prunes, Plgv, Knrsins and Nuta ol all slnila, all ol whtea will lie sold as mw aa the s". . , .aiytl ' DIBSOLTJTIOW. ' TM1K firm of Keeaa A immennan, at Hrookvt'le. was dlaaolved bv aniitual cnaenl the Ibth dav ef Hav. I ana. air. Uwm reUM Irom the Him, aad will Mtet all that Is ,lr 1 ii old Hnu; and Mr. isna.im.a pais all II. drbls. 11. w. HtK, mytl-twosw J. A. XlalMKHlf AN. $800"; I TH K rSlllsS'lUHLttS WISH TO ' emitlov aa aotlva. reilahla mm in jty, to trawl aad take 01 dare ty aaoiHle for XEHEDY'8 MEDICATfLD SEQAE3 AND TO f l-O. Will oav aaa'arvm Bahuti IoIhoi. ta-r ttsf, i)"ui mtwtui. or aattje nua lull paaravs7iiims, atistirwa KKliblla k PHKSTON, lotneerwlau, mirv-Aid t ntUiunti , &w-iurs. futjit , cans. W1 K ar now receiving the different kinds ol Batents of Uia aiu. uh.i- wil. i. i.iu. sad Villus War,whwls we uil.r )tt at WhoUe sale Ketall. tlBCKLBR, HKMLCV A at A XTOJf DATrOR'S PATENT nXHAOwTBR. LHIK riitKUVINtl FHUIT A aauipl. uiifflHIrWalWIItt, T V lellna 11 m (04 0 AI 11 alat and would i ii1vmhI to have Mi luteivatcal la h'aisltax Mil at. ..I n. . 11 i , . HhlsWLtK KKMtKY MAXTON XANBantiLa stonb wab, w K sell all aitss Jugs, Milk Fans, Hotter aaa v iv- iwa, , uurii, ac. .. ttaXkUi.a, kKMLKV A MAXTOK. CLASS WAKK, CHINA WAKE, KfilTTANIA WAKK. FLATF.D WAHK, VKLLOWWAHK, vnj WAKE, CIIKAP WAKK. another lot p rewHved frMu Ihe sf aounvotursrs, siwl Ma aa will be sold AT h W VUKS rKll S. . Kht KLS.H, ttaatutv .HA XI OH. Palermo Orangea. Of IIOXFH fins quality falerwo Orsngss, OVJ tars and swavt, as aaaNPPNauaa a rax, Mw. aw, m st. ayie FAlIILYjOliOCKHIESfl Z7 aw Btand F raah Goods. JOIIM k." 4.RntIAHTrtS(mt, . , . FO. IS JEfTCTIOlT T.a. A ew doors South of the Mnrhet-rtonse, 7." daitow; o.;7p f.T A8.HJKTRF:ElVrCI)A FKKHH AMI 1. 1 well aeaorteS stoea of Sne fsimtty llrneerles, ol every detiTlptioe. They have all hon purrhaseil wlthla tins Isst few Weeks, and were snnirht nh exprewi reference to quality and brlee. He hj pre pared tn sell them st as low yriee. as they ean be atl.mlerti and I. resotvesi that n one ahall leave his tore illnsaf Istled. - - . The follon Ingartloles compose a part nf his stock, vlvr v. ... : N, O. KniAR-Crushed snd rulverired, , liKKINKDHVRI'rH, and N. O. Molasaei; MACKF.KFIi No. 1 2, and .1; Whitr ' Pish, f ml Fish, and llerrlngi ' - MlDlM.Ki'OWN Wugar-Cored Ilam-a uiierior srtirle- , A FINK, atipply of tleef and Sfntton rlama, Tongues, As. - - ' DRIKO AITI.fcrl, i'eaohes, l'rtinee, Cher ties, Ai-. ; TEAS, of all grades and of the ry best 'iinaltlv, -i .. .( SUITUKUt new Checae: i , - NKV KitAI. barrels of Hrtt-rntv Vinegar fien ., . , . WIM.OW and Wotidcn Wnrc; ? TH E best qunlity of llronme; ,! , CAN Tohanno, of New York brand.; I! KMT quality Uerman and othtr Cmars; OPAIi, Mtar and Tallow t.'undlee; TH R beet of Meahannosk 1'etaroes, COKX MEAL, Uutter, Egmi, Lard, Ao TtlK hestqualiiy of Family Crackers; GROIM) and ungronnd Coffee, Spices, , Nutmetis, t;innanion, I kivrsrAs. HTDNK and Crockery VVare. Ac - In short, every article, usually foiisd Ine Family fjroi'er) of the nmt rhmarler. He resimottully ginlnii hi. Isiw to the elttrens of Davtnn and vlolnltv. snd aolleila a uiM.t i h-t!LP,tronage.. - . . vayit-dAw Taxes ! Tases I Taea ! NOTICE I .. . To tb Tax Faysra of Montgomery Co UK receipts for the June payment of A- taxea, are now ready. The With of June Is the last da; allowed hy laiv, for the pa) men I or those taxes. The Treasurer's onlee will lie aept oien from 1 till IS, A. M., and Irom I lo a P. M., until the -jotb day of June, next. Aa opportunity Is now efrered to all Who wish tn pay belore the rush commence.. : J. .' ' IJWINATrlAM BKNNTV, mylO-tt Treasurer Slnnlgomer y county. (Journal and t;axtte copy, dat:y, tfc - .WEST'S IIOTjCI, toasrn or , Columboe Avenoe and Water Street, BANDUAXT CITT. . OHIO. W. T. WPST, pst y ' ' KT, froprletors, , & , a K. w BlJ tf ' ELY B00tll,'ir'-: ATTOnMEY AT LAW, . Dtl'TON,. OHIO. ,. WILL I'RACTICK IN ALL .TH K Courts of Monhromerv and sdlolnlne ronii-. tie., snd will promptly attend to all hajsanevs en trusted tohis care. iiittoe in tlegg-. Building, Third street; ' ' my 4-ilAwly ..... JAMES H. STEWAJIT. . Attorney and Oonnaellor -AT IAW, AND HOT ART PUBLIC, WILL fllVK I'KOMPT ATTKNTION to all bualness entrusted tokisearC. us Mnot- gomerysnii ailjntningnoiintles. tlt-Mt f., m the Heoond rtnry af the Kmpire ilnildine, Third atreef, Iavton. Ohio. . , ', mayll-ljrilaw ' f MAX O, 1859!! - Mantillas. Mantillaa.':-V''-'. wf have Juat recoltvd a targa Invoice of FHENCH ' LACE mATILLAK. CII A "tTILtA - ! 811-U" ' sl sf i FKENcn LACK POINTS, ,,, , . ribK ittipi r.iirt, In prices ranging from (H.ofi to TO,oo st the CAMI ; VI nn ... , JOHN,, VAN IHIRKN A JPO; .'... . ... . . ' i CAKB:NTKlV:SliOHi!l J. B. Raymond HAStaknW. KAMfHald atnnd, on ?W afiwt rr4tw4t) .Uiiraon ad Sr. tiair. whirr heiaprepftmltodo ... i ; itVJUUAtf AND RKPAIftltfO To the antwaetlevn of all Mtronla4off him.' AUn nuir Huildlatr. tilre htm a eall. MijU-lind ' - - r City Property for Gala. Aivrc-sl HK to visit Ftiroie, induces me ta oar mi present'Hlden-e. loeateii onlheniwiu Sid of Third street, below Perry, or sale. The lot i. i.nrri irom auu vwveei oei-n, aortn an esst an , slley, oa which are three I welling H". '-., I rm aervatory, Stakle, Wood House, aiwl many other iniiwoiement.. n.- The whole 1. handsomely arranged In ganlen, with a great many ilirten-nt Ulo. . of oholre frull bearingtrees, grapes enough to make win.) airesl variety of hardy flower, and rlo-verlng shrubbery ornament the garden , A great many different kiluls or (Jreenhoirt ruoli. b aa. iirsngi., Umona, PomefrBKates, Rosea, sryrt r r. fllcanilers.annnlher ohob.e Plants in the Conservatory-, Also, isnnlvr of beautiful slnlfed blr.1.. a... Th preaslses eomrdae wll the eooreiileares nev eea.itr) lor health sad enjatort In Hi clll, a well ss a Mere ganlen. Persons who wish to purchase a beautiful home, are Invited lo e II and vie lb. pn-u,i-ea -r . Pries reaeonatue, and Umgps rurmi ' mya-Smd : - f )i. 1. ANHSTfthT. " Rffrlgrralor! Waifr Coolfrat! 'i, wv H-A t'! a-i , - y - KBEPCOOLI KCSP COMFORT A BLB! . -i isj- r -" WOULD jou, durinjc ih ccmiijg hot tnontha, have i ueh Btrat lrttrait4: t.mkT r' ' Nit'V butter luatvad of : ittt i rr milk U) aa ot aoiTMt Tha Mii.r oi yoir wtia liw(ft,t of ht-r rsou'ifst Then gn at otn r ami tj )our IrHip A. Mr. lUCR&GOae IIui cd Baildis;r Dayton. rod yoar wlahea aaa W t(hi.- They hav lt rtiirrtti ol alt at) lee and a., ail aM.Mirbtr atl.ijted to laipartlo jout romforf. -aA wrict aa'aral aavuiKot lreotat thr old way4 hatrfrlua; 0 . Thy have aioo SSair i oin a., loa Cieam rrrarAara, artA to s -'Old Dommio.s' Cuflce Pot! By the uae of which afl thr aronitt uf xour I oUff. duiiiur hutHnjr, intau of goi U Iu vajor all oi-rr fitir Itotiaa, ia iMMi-ipiianpa aihI lliioHtt haca 4nto t9 ul1tr, thiialuwiiimK to you a uuir dh. iiia aitucle. miml silTsaiMisii A ash, tl.a In tl.as ammml isl A svM ... aat BP T e-. ; , EELIIF Ul TE5 MINTJTES. Bryan'aPulmenicWafera. Tub oaioiN.il. mluuixh. IUtaslismbs in kiavr, aud urst article ot the aijul vvei lHlroOiicd uaawr siiv aaa. v. -rvLsusii iv sreaa, lit lata Of any olher couutr): all othiir Putuiiul- v aieia S". soualerteiM. 4h gcaulM eaa be kitoun liy 1. liHIAX bsiug MiattiiMd 1MB eash w At'CR. BHVAN o HM.UoMi! WAl'KKti lbsuvw (toughs, CoMs. anae Throat, Hoarseness. BK AN H IfULHUiiW WA.kBB Rallers A.tku.a, Ur. .1.-lulls, nilhcult Dieathing. BKYANtt PIU.MUSIC VtAPKKH Qelteve Splttlug ef UIihnI, Pains In the 'best. BttKAN PVl.MuNIC WAKKKA lUllev Inctpirnl (on.umptlon, Lung iJlsesses. KY AN 8 PlitMUAlO WAk'KKH ftelieve Irrttatlua of ihe t'vula and Tonsils. BKYAN 8 PULMUM0 WAKkBS feetteve the above cowplatnta la Tea Minute. HHYAN'ri rULMUMO WAKKRs Am a blessing to sit t'l.sse. aud Const ittttloae. UK VAN'S) fULaiusiiO WAa)atS - Are sdapled to Vooali.ra aad Publi. MiioaAers- VttYAH" PULMONIC WAKKHS Ara la a alajile for awl pUaawit to ta taste. BIO AN 8 Pt'LalUMlC WAkKHti Nat awry relieve, bill .abet rapid and btstint Cures. UKVAN n PlLMUMt) WAttHh.. Ar warranted to glie aatudaclloa tu e,ery one. No Family should b without a bet of Biyaa'e pulanonto Wafer i i ia aa rtousa. No Traveler sboald be without a supply of . fcUyaAS pulnatMUo Wiats - ... .. ..I i lk) mraaart. No pamoa will svr ohjent to Bryan's Palaaaulo Wato TSirtt'lOll UNTI. iot klOtg, SiimPrvpru-wr, ho. lestv, W V. Missy . W. W. siniVAKP. .. AHsKaa, VUr.