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Dayton & Michigan R. R.
Hon: SHORT LINE VIA LIMA, 50 Miles Travel and 3 hours Time saved between DAYTON AND CHICAGO. Two Daily Trains, One Change of Cars Only. 01 AlfD AfTIR MOHDAT, APRIL 3A, 1 86V. f elm will lair. Dayton at 7.65 a. m. ind TVO p. at-. t'r Signer. Mma, Dalphne, Fort W.yt t. Toledo, Detroit, Choago, (lutney, Rook latent, (ttl.na, Djnlelth endHt. Punt. 'rat Train latrine Dayton at 7,56 a, m.f ar rireaat Fjri wvne at I p. m , .nni.cting with tralatoa th. Ttlolo, v7aSs.h We.tern road at 8.16 p re, f r If inti-igtoa,.Pra,Logmaport and th. thsioath Wait an 4 atCtilaifiet 7. SO p. m ,lntlma t. e.an.at with all .rsning traini luarlng that etty. Toil train alto a?nnotft at Sidiey witb traini oa the B ill. Ravi. Bt and Want and at Piqaa with CPA! Ho.d fur 0 ilatnhna, and at Weoekonils frith Hiick for St. M irya, Ureman and simitar. diamd Train, T.osvai Dsvtna it 7.85 p.m. arrival at jrt Wavna at 1,2.) a, m., oonneots withtralm on tha T. W. A W. H. H. at 4, It a. tr.for Dilinit, Toledo A Detroit; at Chicago at 6.17 a. mi, miking oloaa eonnsotioni with all traini for tha Wait an-) North Wait. RETURNING, lit Trala leav.i Chicago ,17 a. u, Lima 4,15 p. ss.,rsaob.i Daytou 7.80 p. m. Id Traia laim Chinee, o 7,46 p. m; Lima S,40a.m; raaoh Dayton 7.60 a. m. Tha I 40 a. m. Train from Lima connects at Piqaa with Traini on C. P. A I. R. It. for Colom bol aid th, Kaat both traini makeeloae conneo tiani with traini on tha C. U. A 1). R. R. for Cin cinnati and tha 8onth. "Bleeping can ara attached to all night train! between Lima and Chicago." TbroughTtosata for Fort Vvno,Toledo,T)c trolt, Chlnato, an! polnta WW and North-weal. Alao for Pittebtirgh, Philadelphia and all Eastern eltlea, and for all total p-itnta on tha BHIerontatnaand Indian apolia H. R .eanhehad by caiilngon A. H. Ktaa.Tick at Agent, Union Depot, Dayton; or oa tha din', rant agents on tha Una. Far a low at by any other ront. Be eareful and oall for Tteaete bv way of Lima. -Tha rateeaf freight to all Polnta Kaat or Weet will at all ttmaa ba aa lerorablo aa ara eharged by other Companies. Ho Tranifara batwaan Da n and Chicago erPittsbnrg. apria M. SHOEMAKER, Sup't. Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. Three Daily Trains, via. Columbus. Three Daily Trains, via. Columbus. Through tickets from Dayton to all Eastern Cities. Cities. . 1 ' REK Dally Trains each way, leaving Parton X for the Kast as follow: Nljrjit Kxpressnt 1 ,ao . m Day Kt.pre.s 10,06 A.m.; Accomm nil tlon slop, m. Arriving At Diyton, Accornmntlatlon A AH a. ni.j No. 1 Emiress, 11,30. m.) Day Express, 6,30 p. m. Trains run by Columbus time, which is ") minutes faster than Daytou timo, Throua-h Moke ts ear. be ha for Ail F.astern cities by eallln;on P. K. Warm an, Tiokitt Agent. At tho Depot, Hast Third street. Utytoo, ftnta Ar.d ('dlumbiiB Lcavci At 6,30 p. m., ind Arrives nt fl,f3 a. m. All frl)rhti If ft nt tha Depot by 1,H0 p. m., will be torwarilpil lame d:iy, hv b, J i p. nt. FrtilKhi i rlrlQJ AtftaUp. u., will bodlivereil at u,un. m. J. UUHAN D, Stmt. C. Warm.!?, GenM. Ag't. npria GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. Change of Time. 0i aod after Manliy, April 11, U59, until fur Mar oottoe, train n will run aa tnllowe; ltoare Dayton Union Depot at 8,10 a.m. and 5,0.1 p. M. Arrive at Union at 11,60 a. ui. anJ T,50 p.m. RETURNING. Leares Union at 7,4& a. m.,and 1,45 p. m., arrtrei at Dayton at 10,55 a. m., ant) 8,56, p. m. Tho 6,00 P. M train leaving Dayton, makes cloae eonnectien at Union with the Kx press train on the Blletontalne road, for ImUanapoliv, cnnneotlnfr; on Itt arrival with trains for Ltinvette, Terre Haute, and all pilnti weat, north and north west. For tinkotii and further information, apply to B am a el W. King, General Tlckot Agent. Union Depot. 0th street. H. 0. STIMS0N, sop't. dec) Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. R. Wr.lM CHANGE OF TIME. OS and aftar Monday April 1 1, 1859, Pnaaan ar Traina wllliaaratha nth Hraatlopot,lay ton,for0iaoinnatl,ai t'ollowa: Returning Train , At 6.00 a. ra., 8.05 a. m., 4,00 p. ru., and 7,30 p. m. ' Will laara Clnolnnatl for Dayton, at 8.00 a. ra. 8.00 a. m., 4.00 p. m. and 6,00 p. m. Tho 7.30 P. U. train aouth will atup at Carliilo, Mid liatown, lliitnilton nn 1 (ilandale, only. apr ' : O Af B L McLARBN .anp't Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat RAIL ROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 7 I The Mail Tn.in Of tO Depot ar 0,16, at Vr lenyoa the 0tl St. Urban. 10.00. connarta with train for Columbua, and at Clyde witb train for llereland anil tha Knati alio with traina for To ledo, ilatrolt aod Chicago. II lS SKOOSU TRATV Cleveland 1 1 I U Kxprma, by way of SprlngHeld and Uel- awara, aod alt Kaatarn polnta. 7 fl 'H'11' 'I'KAIV Xifjhl Einrcaa ftOnrrlvaaatSanduakyat4,io,oounectlngwiiU traini for Cleveland and the Kaat. mhl-tf JOHN H. HUDSON. Kup't. The Great Direct EASTERN & WESTE'N CENTRAL ROUTE. Over the Indiana Central & Dayton & Western Railways. ON" Btid filter Wednesdny, April 20, 1S59, Trains will leave Dayton as follows: First Morning Train leaves Dayton at 6:50 A. M., arriving at Indianapolis at li:bo a M.( maklufr iH reatojnneotlun with Lafayette A Imllfuiapolls II. K. for Lafayette and Chicago with Terr Hniue v Hn-ii-mon;' R. R. for Terre Haute and Vlncennes, with M adit-en Y ndMnapotis R R. for Ixuliville,arrlviiif at Chicago ri t H:Oop. !., at Madison and Louisvillcat 6:00 p. m., Vlncennes 11:00 r. m., Terre Haute at I:' 0 r. m. Second Train, leaves Dayton at 1 1:30 a, m., arriving at Indianaoli at 4:SO p. yt.t inaklng direct connec tion for Ht. Louis, arriving In St. Louis at tf.ou a, m., two hours In advance of any other route. Third Train leaves Day on at 0:40 p. M., arriving at Indianapolis at 10:60 p. m., male ng direct eouueu iioni lor au western uo.nit.. apr2 JAMES M. SMITH, Sup't, HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD. OF MISSOURI 0 PENH iu Entire Length for trnnspnrta tlon of passengers and freight, affording the shortest, quickest and cheapest route to wen torn Missouri, lew a, Kansas, iSbnMk.a, and the iSicw Gold Mimics. On and after February 14, trains leave Hannibal for St. Joseph dally At 9:60 a. m., or upon arrival of H. c bi J. n. n. pacseis irom w. ixiumi arriving id t. Joseph at 7 P. M. same day, connecting with R. R. Hue of 6rst class packets, which leave immediate ly on arrival of traina, for Nebraska City, Omaha, CouaoU BluHs, Atchison, Wtwtoii,aud Leavenworth City. THE H. 4 AT. J. R. R. LINE OF PACKETS I composed of the most elegant and comfortable Steamers on the Mliils-iippl river, and run rxprcssly in eounectlon with this road; boats leaving at. Louts every day at 6 o'clock p. si. tor Hannibal, (stopping only at Alton) taking passengers arriving by the t), t M., And T. H . A. k Nt- L Railroads, by which Eaasengf rs from St Ixiuls arrive In St. Joseph In U ours Irons Louisville In 8 hourstalso,fr m Quln cy eloseoonn'tntlon la made by a tine steamer with trains on Chioac V Quiney and Tolmtn qutney Railroads, Kare lower than any other route, ling- t;age checked through and hand'ed rree. No eharge or meal and staterooms on packets. K mic ran Is dealrlng to accompauy their stock, may depend on going through by Fast Freight Express Train Freight taken at lowest liver rates. Paangers are respectfully requested to consider this uew. short and uncap route before selecting oth ers, as It has unquestionable advantages over all others - THROUGH TICKETS ean U purchased at All tha JUllroad Ticket Offloes. JosiaH HUNT, General Kupenutendent. P. H. GROAT, General Ticket Agent. A. O. CLARK, Traveling Agent. myi-lmdatw Rcfrlgr rators 1 Water Coolers ! KEEP COOL! KEEP COMFORTABLE! WOULD yon, during the coining hot months, have fbksh meat instead of TAiKTrnt Wirf butter Instead of KAMctnt kwitt milk (intend of sotr el The smiles of your wile Instead of her mowasl Then go at out t and lay your case before A. AV. RICE & CO., Tlna'on Building, Dayton, and your wlahea aa ba aatlatl.d. They hara Re frlgeratora of all at)i.a and aixt-a, all ailiulrably adaptad to impart to your aouifok t, and ellfcot a great aavlng of Jcaaver the old way ol keeping it. They have alao Water Cooler. ad lea Cream Fraezera, and tha Old Doniiaioa Coffee Pot! By the uee of which all tha aroma of your Coffee, during bolliug, tnataad of golna oil in vapor all over Tour houee, la eondenerd aod thrown back iulo tba Cotfve. thualauuriiig to you a mora dalloloua article, aad aiTaotlag a laving to tha amount of CoUmi uaaX aeyl PINE APPLES. FINS lot f Fins Apples just reoeivai sayM MaKJiWUa 00, A I Justice of the Fence, AND NOT ART PUBLIC, OFFICE, RKCKICL KUILDIXO, On laffortoB treat, naar tha corner of Third, In room tbrniarly ooouplad by Juatleo Torrenca. AIM .fillMLInn. nriimntl.n..l. aprtl 010. P. WALKRR, A. B. LRAMAR WALKER & LBAMAN, lttorncts at Law, AND II HA I. r.sTAru AOCIVTR, XriU. PKACl'ICE TIIF.1K PUOFES ' lion In the aaveral Courti of Ohio. OFFICK euth elite or Third alraot, between Main and Jalferaon, Dayton, U. ileclll-lwdain ELY BOOTH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, l)..VTO, OHIO. W1, lr.L r It ACT ICE IN ALL TIIE Courts of Montromerv and a-llolnln coun ties, and will promptly atteud to aU business en trusted tohls eare. unto in ilegg i Dulldlng, Third street, my IndAwly JAME3 H. STEWAETi Attorney and Counsellor AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, WILT. OIVR PROMPT AITKNTION to all buslnena ntrtinitai( fn hi aim In Mint. gomerysnd adjoining count lee. UrnJi m the Second Story of the Empire ltuildintr. Third gtreet. Davton. Ohio. mall-lydaw ' WENDELIH WOLF, Wholcaala and Retail .TIANUFACTITIIFJC c DEALER IK "HATS" AND "CAPS!" H0. 313 BECOHD STREET, Korlh Side, beUoeen Main and Jcfferton. DAYTON, OHIO, art" All ordera will be tliannfullr received and promptly attunded to. lebtMyd T. K. WIl.I.tRIt, M. N, WFEATON WILLARI) & WIIEATON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AKD MAKUI'AOTUnitRa OF FINE BOOK, NEWS wuArriu rAPEifs: The IIIGHKST Market Price paid for HAGS. We llo kepp the larpat atonic of, and acll nioro 8CJ100L BOOKS Than any other House In Dayton. iMo. 326 Tbira Btroet, novlT NeAr Main. l!y Authority of the M'alSlaie. )r adjust Losses honorably and pay them promptly. DWELLINGS AND CONTENTS I NSUUED Al V.Ux KKASON ABLE KATES. Phwnix Tuft. Co., HAEIl'OED, C0NMECTICUT. Merohaut Stores rind Stocks at Fair Rates. OEO OWEN, et26 Agent, Dayton, Ohio. yi: weapons: Spring Clothing. 119 & 121, MAIN STREET. 119. S. SCHlFER 119. HAS JUST RECEIVED HIS SPRING stocx of Dry Goods, comprising every tiling new and elegant In the line. Fancy find Hlack Silk Kobee, PI ti n and Fancy Silk, - liiack A Colored, In every variety of style, nought recently, and sell ing At LOW PRICES. Sila and Laca Mantillas, -Shawls, Dusters, Parasols, Hosiery, Juubrotderles, Skirts and Trimmings, New Styles, and at Rkuuccu PbicesI Grenadine, Uerage, Orgjxndle A Valencia Robes, a Meal ., a-uUlards Be rage, Anglais, Vaiencias, and Traveling Dress Good CHINTZKS, French and English, Drllltants.Glnhams, Tercalt'S, Chambrays, Boys' Wear, Irish Linens, Linen Shretinps, Bleached bnd Brown Shirtings and Sheetings, o. FfRMNHING GOODS, In great variety, and at pri ces which cannot (All to please. 2 : 1Q1 SPRING CLOTHING!" Kletraat French Cloth. Dress and Frocx Coats; fine fancy Casslmere DuslneM Coats; Spring lia glans and Overcoats, the latest styles Fashionable Side Band Cassimere, V Plain and Fancy Casslmere Pants of all descriptions, Silk, Katin, Velvet, Marseilles, And farmers Satlu and Cloth Vests. In fact he has now on hand a full and complete stock of all the latest stlcs of COATS, PANTS AND VESTS, For MEN and BOYS, FOR SPRING AND tiUMMER WEAK, and which he will sell at lower prices than similar goods can be purchased for at any other place fn the West. Cdstom woik will be given particular attention. The public will please remember the place, Nos. lie and 121, Main street, opposite Phillip House, maye I Nr& W. M. GREEN, (Lata I. N. Green,) WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKRS IN GROCERIES, NO. 31C, Til I HI, ST., A KB NOW PREPARE!) TO SELL i Goodi to the Jobbing Trtule. Our atock ia com plete and eclet ted with great care, and we buy lor CAlll exoluaivel . We cau and will aell Uooda to &rouipt buyera at the very loweat Maraet frice uyera are reapectlully Invited to glva ua a call. 50 bbls. Pickerel, White Fib anlT rout, 30 " N. O. Molasses. 40 Sacks Rio Coffee. 20 " Peaches and Apples. 10 bbls. Rice. 1000 Iba Codrlah. 25 Chesu aod Caddies line Teas. 30 Cheese. 100 Hacks Halt 25 dos. Brooms. 25 " Wash Hoards German Cherrlea, Pmnaa, Flga, Ralalni and Nutl of all alndi, ail of which will ba aoldaa low aa tha LOWEST. myll ENGLE'S BEER SALOON, Becker Building, Jefferson street, b .wsau a sua oa, vayioa. TZEF.PSnn hand the beat quality nf Ale A- I agorBer, Buca'a fleer, (a aupcrlor'hever.ige, and equal to tlie Im-.i Ale,) and everything good and eoollng lor the hot weather. He alao kca nick uacaa for lunch) Cigars, To baoco, ate. 1 Aa he la determined to seen a quiet and reapecta bl houaa, ha ropootfully aoliclt. a ahareuf publuj patronage. JACOB ANCLat. Btyal Preserving Bottles. Jl'ST receirad choiue aaa irtmant of Bot tle, for preaerving Fruit of Every kind. The, botllea ara made expreaely lor kMiilug fruit any length of lima, aod In aay eliniate. H B. KOIK, nvM Orugglat, 71 la am etreat. Kt I BOX Ed Oranges, in prime order, just raoaivad. nyll O. V. B. SHULL. THE United State. Deiaooretio Almanaa X iuatiMaavaa4faalahr selaw 1). a4 f, MICU. OF MISSOURI SPECIAL NOTICES. jnri. WindloWt n Mpsi'irttwd nuri and female physician, has a Boot hi nf Hvtap for children teething, which greatly facilitates tha process of teething by softening the gums, reducing all Inflammation, will n'laj all pain, and la sure to regulate the bowels, Pepend upna It, mothers, It Will give rest to yourselves, end relief and health tii your infants. Perfectly safe in all eases. Bees! vertlsement In another column. Jet nolloway'sPtilaand Olnlmeut. Cau tlon to the purchaser. As ihoy have been basely Imitated the public should lern that there Is a lure Is a sure test of their genuineness, vlt. the water mark, "Holloway, New York and London," which app ars In every leaf of the book of directions, visi ble when held between the eye and the Merit. Bold at t e manufactory, No. 80 Maiden Lane, New Yorkfand by all druggists, at 26c.,n8o.,andl per box or pot. Jc9-dswlw a. m. bahtlett'S Commercial College, niian and MtH't, cixciixati, o. One lime ia a. C1! aa anothf-r lo comii-.cnre. For particular,, rati, or adrircan the Collere. TF you would bnvfi sotnetbinj; extra in the l'aiiiierreotype, Ambrot peorl lioto(rrnpli ic line bp advised and (to to Spebohm'e Palace of Art, Market House, lie is tho only Ar tist engaged in this business. onlG ItiyHoe advertisement of Dr. Hnnford's Ll VKH IN V1UOKATOH in another ool amii. To Hotel Keeper, Kentauranta, Drug glat. Oiocer and the rubllo. Dr. Brunon's Bitters, LTAVE. from thoir excellent qunlitiB, hpen reeommendf d bv tho nion-t Kmlnent PhvslolAns aa a mom vaiunnieanu uevur-iaiiiug rein coy lor DYSPEPSIA, DIARHHEA, DuBIXjITY, HEARTBURN, BItilOUbNESfl, JAUNDICB, UV RCOMP NT8 BLOOD DISEASES &c, &c, &c. Are also a suro and curtain preventive Against Fever and Ague, Cholera and Bummer Com- plaints fto. And Is a m st vahiaMe and efficacious Tonic and Appetite Creating Compound ever ottered to the public. Hv the use of these Bit tors All Diseases of the Blond will be thnroughlyera(Ucitd, ami all thone whoaie sutl'erlng from early excorin or Prostration of the Physical Knrrglea, will be restored to a Hubustand Vigorous htate ol Healtn. The Digt'Rtlve Organs will be stimulated and Per manently .strengthened. Appetite will be CreaU-d, ano tne uemmmeu auccci ttfuuireu 10 iew uie. Thcs remedy has a very agreeable taste, and will betaken rea'.ilv by children aa well as adults. All persons siilicriiig from any ol the a1k e com plaints are invited to try OH. BRUNUN'B H1TTKHH. J)obk. Koran adult, a small wlne-glasslul S times a day; lor a ciniu, as man toa-spoouiui iwiue auay K. CKUGER, SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES 749, Iirolviir, i. . crSolo a 50 cents per bottle, $ per dozen, fU,50 per gallon; extra Hitters for Har-rooaii, by tho gallon or barrel, at the low price ol flD per gallop, tine ntougnton liittora, $125 per gullon. For sale by all Druggists and Grocers, WHOLESALE and RETAIL AT 712 BROADWAY, N. Y. . JanS-dawIy A Card to the Ladlea. DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN ' PERIODICAL PILLS, FOB. FEMALES. : AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOR Correcting Irregularities, Helieving Painful and Distressing Meimtruation, "particularly ol the Change of Life," and in Hemuving Obstruc tions, from whatever cause. Also iietentiun, Paiim in the Baok And Loins, l'rct.hig-do;n Pains, Hutih of Ulocd to tha Head, Duiinsss, Dimness of Sight, tireon titckna-s, Ueavinens, Katigue on any slight exertion, PnlpHation of the II ean, and all the various distressing complaints particularly that most annoying, weakening, and the beginning of all other Female weaknesses, LKUCOKKH(EA, OR WHITES. And always successful as a preventive. At the ,ame time thnre U nothing In those Pills that can do injury to Ufa or health. Let the direction ba strictly followed, and you will find them t ba ail they are represented so much so, that in nine out of ten cases, I will warrant them. Do not be discouraged if one box should fail, but try anoth er, although, as a general thing, ONE BOX 18 SUFFICIENT. Thousands of oer tin oaten are In the hands of tha Proprietor, from some of the first ladies in the eountry. i Pregnant fetnals, or those supposing themselves so, are cautioned against using these Pills, as the Proprietor assumes no refpuiislbtlity alter the above admonition, although their mildness would prevent any Injury to healthf otherwise these Pills are rejcotnuieuded. Directions accompany each box. .-JL Hee Circulars. N. ii, The oompoiltfon of these Pills Is "no secret." The general agents are presented with the receipt, and they will tell you they ara, with out doubt, the best Family Medicine aver intro duced slnoe the science of tnedioine downed upon theworld. Price $1 per boa. HsVSoj i wholesale and retail in Dayton by HUBUAKD ROBINSON, East side Main st. .between 8d and 4th. and by Da. W. W. STKWAKT, No. 4, Phillips New huijding. Theabove Druggists ara selo agents for M ont gomery county, Ohio. They will supply dealers, and send the Pills to Ladies by mail to any part of tha country (confideutially) on receipt ol f 1,00 through tha Dayton Postotlioe. - no2U-l PAll ICULAli NOTICE M. OHMER HAS RECENTLY A DDKDTWO ROOMS to hla atore, CORN KB OF MAIN AND 2D BT3 , Wherehe bar onhand, and will forthetttttirekeep, the following enumerated artlulea, lu addition to hla former elocat .... Iiosewood.Oak & Walnut j ennopy liedsteada, Rosewood, Oak and vVulnut llifh Head Italian lledxteads, Rosewood, Oak anl Wolut Low Ilead .Station Jiedsteads,' m Bureau, Stand, Ac, to All out Cham ber Bets, Fin Book Casea, and Ettagire. Fine Oalt and Walnut Bids Board. M I II It O It S ! Oral, Tory large, heavily carved & fine gilt, Arched, " " " " Hqunre, of all sites and kinds, ' 11 ALBO Mahogany and Walnut Mirrors. Parlor Sets. FINEST OF UOSEH'OOD, it WAL N UT SOFAS, CHAIRS, TAIiLES,dre. Six Different Kind of Hat Hack. AM kinds of Dureana. TAhIre, C'hatra,eto.,Alwaye onhand. All of the above cheajier tlinn evrr.at M. OHMKH'S, apra Corner Main and Ud atreeta. ICE CEEAM, THIS DAT AND EVENING, GEO. OIIMEIt'S. mayeVd'im REFRESHMENT SALOON !! 11 Ja3r OEOH0F0HMEH. For Ic Cream, go to GEO. OHMER8. For tha. Beat of Ooda, go to UKO. OHMER S. For all kind of Cool Drink, go to OEO. OIIMEIt'S. For tb beat of Candle, go to lifc.0. OUMER'S. For tb best of Fresh Fruit, go to ' OKO. OUMER'S, J For the finest CI gate, go to ihii nuttriiiii 1 For th best Tobacco, go to OKO OHM KKS, Post Offlc. Builduif , Third afreet, eve-dew 1MY ton. 0. FOR BALE CHEAP. . , A FINK FAMILY DOIWE Inquire of vhi . at. winm a ana DAILY EMPIRE. DAILY EMPIRE. Keep the Heart Light as You Can. BY CHARLES SWAIN. yT hsr. always anoih to bear, Ws bar. always a something to do) W hare never to sek for ears, Whan We have the world to get through. But what though adversity taat Th courage snd vliror nf msn, 1 hi-y get through miiforturi.thsb.it H ho keep the heart light aa they ean. Though there's always enough to bear, Thera is always a aomnhing to do ) Ve have never to sm k fr rare When have tha world to get through, If we shaks not ths losd from thsmind, Our energy's sum to be gon. ; We Bin at wreaile with rare, or We'll find Two loads are leas eaiy ihso one. To sit in diaroniolaie mond In s pour and pro6;les plan; The Tsui heart ia nevor subdued If ws keep it sa light as ws ean. Though th.-re's always enough to bnsr. There is always a something to do; We have never lo seek forrsre When ws havs ths world to through I Them's nolhiog thst sorrow ean yield, Excepting s hsrvnat of pstn. Far boiler to aea k fortune a field, And till it and plow It sgaiu. The weight thai kxkstios can move, The gloom that rjicieiuK may a pan, The manhood within but prove Then keep the heart light aa you caa. There is always enough to bear, There ia always a something to do; We hav. never lo seek for care When we have the world to get through I Saturday Night. What blessed things Saturday night are, and what would ths world do without them? Those breathing moments in the maroh of life those little twilights in the broad and gairish glaro of noon, when pale yeitordny looked boautiful through tbe shadows, and faces, changed long ago, Smiling sweetly aain in the hush, when one remembers the "old folks at home," end the old armohair and tho little sister that was "translated." Saturday night makes people human ; sets their hearts to beating softly, as thev used to before the world turned them into wax drums, and jarred them to pieoo with tattoos, The ledger closes with a clash ; the iron' doored vault comes to with R bant;; up go the shutters with a will, click goes the key in the lock. It is Saturday "night, and busi ness breathes free again. Homeward, ho I The door that has been alar ail the week gently closes behind him, the world ia shut out 1 Niut in rather. Here aro treasures alter all, and not in the vault, not in the book save the record in the old family Hi ble and not in the bank. May bo you are a baohelor, frosty and forty. Then, poor follow, Haturday nights are nothing to you, just as you are nothing to anything. Get a wife, blue eyed or black eyed, but above all, a true eyed one get a borne, no matter how little and a little so fn,juatlargs .nough to bold two, or two and a half and then get two or two and a half in it on a Saturday night, and then read this paragraph by the light of your wife a eyes, and thank God and take oourage. The dim and dusty shops are all swept up, the hammer is thrown down, the apron is doffed, and the laborer hastens with a light step homeward bound. "Saturday night.'1 faintly murmers the languishing, a she turne wearily on hor coucn ; "ana there is another to come. "Saturday night at lastl'' faintly whin pers the woepar above the dying ; "and it is ounaay to, morrow. J. Newspaper Uffick.. We intend publish ing tne following at least ence a year; it may be necessary lo publish it oftener : A voiy mistaken notion prevails as to the proper use to be made ot newspaper offioei and newspaper editors An editorial room is generally beliuved to be established as a general exouange lounge, loaliog place and rnnuiDg room, lor tne luie men ol tne town However busy the editor may be, two or three or bait a doseu men will enter bis sanolum, overhaul his exchanges, read his manuscript, and enter into an animated dia cussiun ol their own .Hairs, to the otter conTusion of any ideas tbe bothered and badgered editor might have possessed. Ev ery man who has a grievance, all who are unemployed, every one who proposes some lunoicd improvement, every one who wishes to present bis own views or his own busi ness to the publio, think it tha duty of an ed itor to listen to the long stories, aod after wards give them a few dollars worth of ad vertising for nothing. Snob, are some of tbe popular notions of tbe duties of the editors and the use of newspaper offloes. We onnnot, of Course, correct such wide spread conviction, but it will do no barm to etnte our views on the subject, A printing office or editorial room is not place fur luunging, nor is it a publio reading room. The exchange papers are lakgn for the edia tor's own use, not for that of the Dublio Advertising is a part of the regular business of the publisher, and he does not expeot to do it gratis, any more thau a man builds carriages for nothing. And, linully, an edi tor is not to bo considered the universal an biter of all disputes, tho general champion of lh distressed, or ibe mainspring of the government. If yon have busiuess with nn editor, transaot it with all reasonable dis patch, and leave bim to attend to his duties, and do not annoy hiin by interruptions, by rending hie manuscripts, or by carrying off uis exchanges, ji you nave no nusincaswitn bim leave him to himself. There are nublie librariea where books and papers may be reaa, sna mere are plenty ol publio places where friends may meet and discuss their affairs aa they please il ia not fair to use no editorial room forauoh purposes. J-Vm-fer's Ntvs Letter. to In Facts Abovt Liurthimo. Mr. Merriam, the "sage of Iirooklyn Heights," in a recent letter, says ; "A few days since a stranger acoosted me in tbe .treat and inquired it' iron bedsteads were dungerous to sleep upon during thun der storms. 1 said in reply that I had oever known a death by lightning on a bed reefing on an iron bedstead, but we have recorded deaths by lightning on feather bed on wooden bedsteads. "No case of death has yet occurred to a telegraph operator to persons on board of steumboi.ts or railroad ours, or in iron vessels or in iron conductors, and but four deaths in buildings furnished with lightning rods. Two persons have been killed by lightning while standing on the outside platform ol railroad cars. "Many persons suffer greatly from (ear du ring thuuder storms, and that fear baa in two cases which hav come to our knowl edge, produced death. It will be a comfort fort for such to know the safely wbioh rail road cars, steamboats, iron v.aeale, and ves sels and buildings furnished witb lightning rods, afford during thuoder storms. Persons struck down by lightning should be thor oughly drenobed with cold water. 1 W. have the record of case of rescusoitation alter hours of drenching; therefore do not get discouraged, but coutinu dreco jiug lili an imation is restored. "Tbe season of tb year for frequent oc currence of thunder storms is at hand, and thisnotio may be the seam of doing eome good.'' a. Fbri MAitilarrit Tb.Pu.tOmo !) partment, with a view of ascertaining the exact amount which would accrue to th revenues of the General Poet Office if th. matter now tranamitled through th avails free were paid for, baa prepared a oiroular directing postmasters to keep adisry acoouot of tbe additional reyenue which would ao orue to their respective post offices if pos tage wa paid upon tb Liter, &., now transmitted free through tb mails; these account to oonimence with th I rat day of July osxt to continue lor As quarter, aad r.turos thereof to be transmitted quarterly to th Port OfB o DspartasMt. ' Cincinnati Advertisements. To LIorchantD MILLINERS. W.P.DEV0U.&.R0CKW00D, iMfOBTCKS. WK9LXIALC US ALIUS AND MAJfUfAC TUABBS Ot MANTILLAS, DUSTERS Cloaks and Bonnets, 83 A 85, PEARL ST., CINCINNATI, O., Otter to the aTanhanta and Milliners nf this aeotion a eoraplf to agaortnent of fetraw and Silk Bonnet, Bbawlaand Mantilla, Dtsis Titmmlng., Bmtaroloerte and . Wtlts (Bood, UonntfH,bonsand MIlllD.ry Qood. Our axtenalva aonneetlon In the ibnr. mods, au ahl. suato sell aa low aa can ba orTereu Kaat or Wear, and we Invlt. th. attantioo of elova tmyara, ry-KapaclallnduoaneaU to CASH DUVhllS. myio J. BECKLEY&C 08 EXCElAllOn Elastic Fire and Water-Proof CEMENT; ROOFING! ! Patented September 13,1T. First Premium Awarded OHIO STATEFAIR, 1857. Btate and County Right for Sals, WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO PUT our Patent Cement on new Hoofa. oe over nltl ahlnglea, Iron, Tar or Tin Hoofa.lt maliius no ulllrr ence how, teep or flat the hoof may bo. Onancount of Ita sraat durability, rt la ona or tha rtheaprat and (ion ao-iare feet.) on aew Hoofa. or rilii si,ii..i Hoofa; at on Matal Hooni. Prompt attention uvea toarderslormatcrlal.aildressetl to J. JIECKM-.Y At CO., No. 1 It Pearl street, CI net natl, Ohio, tf- Composition and Cement Tor sale. K1SAD TUB FOLLOW1N0: Cik cikmati. O., February 18, 1887. This is to certify that I have examined the sam ples ol J. Bee ic ley and C'o.'s Cement and Composition Hoof, ind can say that 1 thlna them eqiml. If not su KI1 hva"1'! enJ.-l Comp!lU1? Kn.of ifw ln. use. I have. one on my house, adjoining to where I was lately burned out, and mut aay that It stood IV that It Stood tne tee aura. i amy. : 1). A. l'OWkl.L. Thlsls to certlfr that wa have amn nvtxi Mas.p Beckley aad o. to put their Cement Roof .i our rouudry at the west end of Klxrhth street, and thus far it has ajlven entire satlnfaotion, having been ful i-i-aitm vj an t era rina, rto. ine l)urniQS;ur a In- ree frame ware-house aaljoliilng.BQon hlus; our wood work and destroying our glass, produoednoetlect on our roof. mhH-emdaw BREED. BARSTOW and CO. "A Stitch in Timo Savesine' THE SIMPLK ANXOUCEMENT THAT we hav. a Machine in .vary way equal to the Firs-Class Machines, AT THH VERY LOW PRICE OP 35 th reputa'ion it hns acquired in ev ery place where it has been introduced, has heretofore rendered it unnecessary (with the limited means we hive had for supply ing ourselves with Machines,) to advertise to any great eitent, THE DEMAND Having already EXCEEDED THE SUP PLY, and being now PREPARED TO MEET ANY I) .JfAND.and to FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY, we feel it our duty, to the class of penplo who hav been neither willino nor . ablb to pay suob HIGH PRICES Ae have been demanded by other maohines, nsa all th mean in his power.to let.the Publio know that they cau get as good a Sewing Machine As there ia in the market, at a reasonable prioe. Uur Machine was given the MOST FAVORABLE NOTICE in the report of the Fair at the Franklin Institute at Philadel phia, and PLACED AT THE HEAD of the list in point of merit, and has received TIIE FIRM PREMIUM Overall others, at th State Fairs of Illinois and Wisoonsin, and ill otheb pairs at which ithas been exbibited. Jtis SURPASSED BIT NONE beauty, Simplicity, durability, nnantitv and quality of work, and is, in a word, tbe Machine for the People. We depend on QUICK HALES AVI) SMALL TROFITS, and bay therefore plaoed it at THE LOWE3T POSSIBLE PRICE. Call and examine before purchasing clue, where, at HALK8ROOM, In fllelodeon Building-. CINCINNATI. W- E SHAMAN L CO. N. B. Persons at distance oan rely upon having all order promptly filled witb Warranted Machines, and full directions use. rcl-Reaponslhla LOCAL AGENTS wanted In all pariaof ths Weatand South. nihil JO. P. MATKB. HKST. W. MYBR1, OI0. MTEBS. No. 40 Main St., 3d door below 2d. ' CINCINNATI. Khll-Smdaw jsaaraoa, i. aurrxarisLD, i. tun. Jennings, Butterfield & Clark, WHOLESALE GROCERS AXD Commission Merchants, 3S1, MAIN BTBET, CINCINNATI, O. E. A. & T. MORS SIO 3D STREET, STATIONERS, BINDERS. SUr Mills WRITING PAPERS. Wall Papers. WE would invite the attention of buyer to oar SPRING STOCK of Paper Hangings, Decoration., Yo., Whtoh la aow v.ry eoraplet.. U' dellvatr paeka gaw wttlMMatiarf., la any part of ta. alt,, apra ; K09BBB. - ... a. lABNHIBOIB KcnniJE & oo., Matmfa.tur.ra aad Dal.rs la ' WINES & LIQUORS, NO. SS tiVCAJriOttE kTIIEET, CIKCIS5ATX,0 . , atia-ly ORAKat. NO LMOa OA BOIKi iaet ro i 6J MM t . ft F. . HDU. 1 1 e la by of Cincinnati Advertisements. Portnblo tirinding and I'oHing, r y i. FLOUIl MIZ.X4. nOUS ANM) KKEIl MILLS, OK Ai.r- v air,, In Stronir Iron Frame., rial aolld. We dre.e al of our Il-trra with Nati-h-r Diamond Point llreee (patent I rr which we own the a. rlu. alve niht. With Ihla llrraa a larger ylelil, and a virr tu.iiTy o, r MMir o.n ir mane tnnn H llh am In nee, and ll. almpllrltv enahtea anv n,an tnttehi. ownmlller without -cln. a prartlnal llurr Uieaaer. Smut Alafhtnra, Flour rarltoia, Uolllnr Cloth, rteltlns, eta .elr. , Portahle Kna-lnea and Rotlerl, W. W. HAMKK and (JO , Nolc Mauut ictuier., Northeast corner Wi-atern How and Columbia, (Second at., Cincinnati, tlhlo. N- n Wobulld both I'pj.cr and Under Bunncr Mllla. Circular aentou applknllonwllh I'.O.Stnmpa. fehSH-tmdaw mic. n o i n: CINCINNATI INSTITUTE, roit Diseases of tho Lungs nnd Tliroat, Ho. 201 Tine St., bstwoen Sth aod 6th. Cl.aSONS HAVING ANV AKFEf tlons ol the I.ut's er Throat arelnvlted tomil D WoivV. fis. laaaii laaTiTtiTi:, wherolhls Clsss of malatlles Is treatrd enrltislvi h on the m. tm pro veil niftluwl ol medlcnt-lnt; air for lnhnlationi in c nnectiou with ronntltullonnl trratim-tit. Those who cannot vitiit the Infttttute, hut aro 1 flirous of rmplnytntT Mrdlrated liihslntfnn at home, will have a circular swnt to them eontainlria; a lull description ol Mi'iiit-Mrd InhaiHtlnn and n list of qtiestirins respfctftifl: diaonitr in Ihcrheiit, wlilch, hy answering rorreetlv, will enable me In msny tn staticrs to form a proper opinion of the case, nnd the proper niodlclui m and Inhaler, sce the mn. vi,,o- -i1;.a.,i i. r.,n iiuU(1ti,. V ...... i tat hnmn Inlhi.u...- I l,...o tP.l.,i .,.11.,,, 1,1, n ..... .' I- I 'i ... . , addrea. V ' ' ' " Da. N K. WOI.FK, Dox 3340, Clntlnnali, Oliiu. Noti:. Dr. Woike haa Juat MiMlahed a work on Conaumption.anil Ita treat nu-nt l,y Modirntrd Inha tlon, which he recommend, to the attentive i-cruaal of ever, teraon who au.prrta dtacane tuikitin- in tnelrlunss. It will he at-nl, iHimr roaiAuu, to penone in any part owhn country ora'ljolnr. Ntatea at 23 mite ,er copy. The trade lupplird at a llher al dlaoouut. Addn-aa aa above. mj -iS-uutdriw A . Ul'sJ H A M A X, UEAI.CK IN 333 WEST FRONT BTREBT, '''" Cincinnati, Ohio. HATS OF ALL KINDS, ano or AU Qualities and Prices! Has Just received and now offers The JLattst Slfftcs OP PIATS&OAPS! Emhraclns; every variety of CASSIMEUK AND SILK, Straw and 1'iilm l.enf llnfal! "Morphy" Straw Hats! 10 DOZ. SCOTCH CAIN. CAPS In Great variety. nail at itrioca themnt ra. voreble to purchasers. aprl t-iUwtf OREGON Against "Ye Ancient" DAYTON ! PHILOSOI'HEKH pronounce trie proposi tion Irrational that, an "trretsttle l oJv ran er oome la conthct with an lnimo aol? on ' lte that astlt may, one thins- Is eertnln, and beyond suc cessful contradiction, that the lifc sT and t'Hl- AP- nsi uuuiiveronerfu to the r-ople or Dstim, ar? to be found at No. KM, CUH. FIFTH AND ('LAV HTR.ik.Ts, where EtNJ. F, WAIT now penln( a large and magnificent aaiortuent of Staple & Fancy Dry goods, Jut reielvrd from the l-.aatrrn Cltira, and aelectrd blmaelf, expreaaly Irr Ihla market. Hla .tuck ia full, conaiatiuir Inpnrt of Fancy Hilks, Cballies, Brilliants, Lawns, White goods, of all descriptions, Ho siery, Notions, etc., etc. A tine lot of Spring & Summer Shawls, Capes and Mantillas, s large and splendid as sortment of Bon nets, Sc Bon net trim, mings, Every kind and variety of lints a large supply for young and old. Al rente and ether expenra are much Iraa Ka.t the "deep watera," he Irela contnlrnt tutiuK aide to ..-11 at lower ligurea, MiR 1 HI-. CASH, than oan be otttained .laewoere; not even axettiiir the catabllahuieut proaitlcd over by th. gt-nlltiiiau Iruin New Yora. aprlt-Jiodaw Coal, Wood & Limo! WOULD KK SI'KC T V JI L LY AX nounoe to the oltlaena of Dayton and vicinity that he la prepared to supply in Intfrt- or .mallnuan tllieeall who may favor him with acall, with the boat quality of TOrjOHIOOBENY ft PERRY CO. O O J. TLm . ' ALSO, fIC 11 AS O M HAND A GOOD ARTICLE OF WOOD, WHICH riKWILLSELL Hate alao prepared to deliver in aay rartol the rF.IAKVIM.E LITI K, Which Ii tha Bioat dealrable lima brou.ht to ihla ally. All order, prooiptly hlled. Vard and Olttc.oa Itiird eUaet, near tha Xenia Depot. auvis-lvdaw Opening Every Day! TO THE LADIES THE UXDEKStUSEU HAS RKCK1VED her new Spring Stock of ntltlaery and Taney Uooslsti! Har atoek of bounet. la Ursa and cnnalata of Silk, Etraw, Lrapn, aod all olb.r alud. th.l lb. aprii,. Trad. demanUk She Bii SUouo h.iul a .pl.udid aaaortiaant ef flowers, Ribbons, Hilks, Crapes, Slieraelles, lionnets, Laces, Mead Ureases, Cups, Children's Hatsani FloU, Wreaths. Krataea and Wires, Allot whle. eh. offeree! LOW PRICKS, at har old and wail-AuowaMtaoiiaoaaent. aa.aeliel, aaue. Uouaac tA the puOito uatrooaga. B-Uleachluf aau I'riaiaaiu. Uoae oa short nolle.. MKS N ildWAHII. No. US Mala street, near Fourth, aprV-Sra DAVTON, (IH ID, WEST'S HOTEL, i-oaalia or Columba Avenue end Water Btrt. BANDD9KY CITY, OHIO. W. T. WKST, I ...,., a, K, V ax; " arS-U LL'NC'H eviry day, at tb 'Matraw Di sUtaa," al IS 'sloak. Prt . R. be on : Is or ol of as are f 1 of Povc?' and Aciio, from whlc-h minklon Inffrr over a lanr. part of tho globe, la the mnarauenne of a dlaea"d ai-Uoo In tlie sj atrin, rndnctxf hy th potwmona ml.-in of vciretnlil detav. Title exhalatien ll uivat by tho action of a., rnr linn, on wt anil, ami Hav. with the watry vapor from la. Whll. tha sun I elow the horlson thla vapw llnarrs near the earth's enrfaro, and the vims Is taken wl It tliroiik'h tha lung, Into th. blnod. Ibnr II arw as .a (rrliiulna; polaon on tlie inlonnl vlaoana and eucreting orifnn.of the IkkIv. The lives h- . rorms torpid and fails to serrate not only thla virus, hut aiao the bile from the liloo!. Both 11 the vlrna and tho Idle soenmulate In tha rlrcolo- ' tlon, nnd protluue violent conatltittlonal dlorler. , Tlie ipleeti, tha kidneys, and tho stomach avm. pnthiso with the liver, and hoorno dlaordcrert alao. flnnllr, th lnaflnt of oar organlam, aa If In sn sttefnpt fo expel the noxious Infneion, , eoneenfnite, the, whole hfood of the lwiy ln tlie Internal exrTetorle, to force thorn to caat It out The blood Irnvoa tho snrfhco, and rnahes to th eentrnl ort-nna with coneitive violence. Tliii ii tlra Cnii t.. Hut In this effort It fails. Then tha Fiivrm follows, ln wlilc h tha blood leavos the pentrnl organs nnd niahes to the snrfhee, as If , In another effort to expi-1 ths Irritating polaon throttirh thai other great excretory the akin. In thla alo it UIU, and the system ahiuidnni the at tempt cxhsnattd, and waits for tn8 recovery of Strength to repeat tho hopeless effort another (lay. 1 hone are the fits or pamxyima of Krvb a.vd i Aoiir. 6tnh conatltutional disorder will of course nndermino the henlth If It ia not mmovwl, We have labored to And, and have (band, au antidote. Ayer's Ague Cure, which nemrnffzp this malarious poison In the blond, ami stfmulntr the liver to expel It from tho Ixxly. A) It should, sa It iloes earn this af fllrtive dlsortlor with perfert crrtnlntv. And It tUx mom, or mfhrr uooa what Is of moro srr Vire to t'losn sn lit net to this Infrctfnn. If taftn In afann It exn"'ts It fmm the system as It fa ab snrbMl, ami thus keops thme who ne It frne rVom ' Its aititrkH, Uccits the ivstura in health althonh cxpootl to the uiHcnao. Cun.iquently It not oiilv cun-s, but nrotocts from, the great variety of a,i fcrtions which am Induced by this inalitrnant liithifnc, anrh aa Remittent Ftmr, Chill Fever, Itimh, or Maskod Auo, tVHodicai H radar ha, or IU lams llemlaehe, Bilious Vovcrs, Nournlfflo, Kheuinatisni, iout, lUlnitncss, Toothache, Kar cho, Catnrrh, Asthma, rnlpltationa. Painful Af fections of the Aph'on, Ilyatrrfin, Colic, Pnrnlvsls, an -1 Pnlnful Arfnctforis of tho Stomach and liovr tU, oil of which, when arising from this causo, will ho found to na wu.no more or less tbe Intermit tent tvpe. Thia'4Ai;uCwRRMnmovoathecaue of those dnmnffeinonta, nnd cures tho disease. 1 Ills 11 acromplUlioH v stimulatlnir the excru- . fortes to expel the virus from the system; and thoe orpatis hy dt'ffrccs become habited to do this their oHloe of their own nrconl. Henoo artaei whut wiMerm acrlimntion. Timo may accomplish the same and, hut often life Is not long enough, or Is sacrificed In the attempt, while thls"AorjB Crnia" does ft at once, and with tnfety. We have (Treat reason to helleve thla Is a surer M well as eater romody for tho whole elasa.of 4jlseaioa : which aro cjitiawt by tho miaaraaslo Infeotiosi, thnn any other which has been discovered; ami It hni stilt another Important advantAsra to the public, which k. that it fa choap aa well as good. rcEPARto nv DIt. J. C. AYER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Price Ohh Dollak pkb Dottlb. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral hna won for Itself inch a re now a for the rnir of every variety of Thront and Lung Cnmplaint, that It Is entirely unnetraaorr for na to recount the ovidenco of its virtues, wherever It has been employed. As it has long been in conatnnt uan throughout this section, we need not tlo mom thnn usatirc the people its quality Is kept up to thu bent it ever ties been, nnd that it may Im, tw lieil oa forlo lor their relief all it haa ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For all ths purposes of a Forgatir. Medicine. For Coarivairaas; Foil in C'uhk op DrsiT.rsiA; Fob .lAtrsptct; Fob tub Cubs of ls'DiaE.TioB) Fob Headache; Fon tub Ona or Dvskktext; Fon a Foul Stomacaii; -For the Cunt: or F.itrsu-tLASi For Tnn Fii.es-; Fon tnn Cuke op Smomii Fon all ScnoruLors CoirLAisTs; Fon tiif. Ore or liiiEtrSATisii; For Diseases op the Skixi Fob tub Lunu oe Liver Cumplaikt; , Fon Drops v; ' Fob the CriiE or Tetteb, Tliioks, Axn Salt , IlHEOMi For Worms; Fon the Cure op Goctj Fob a Dinner Pill; For the CrnE op Nktiiauihi For l'umriisa tub Blood. They are angiuM-oated, so that the most sen.l tlvc ciin tnke them plenaniitly, nnd they are the best aperient In tho world for all the purpo.es ol' a family phylc . Price 2S oents per Box; Five Boxes for $100. Creat numhers of Clenrymon, rhyslclnns, Pt'itoamen, nnd eminent personages, have tent ttieir names to certify the nniiarallelerl useful ness of tliew remedie's, but our apoe here will not permit the Insertion of them. The agents ' Mow tunned furnish frntls our Aur.niCAN Al manac In which tlii-y nro given; with aUo lull description, of the above coniplaliita, anil the treatment tliat aiiould bo followed lor their cure. Do not be put otl' by unprincipled doulers with other preparations they make more profit on. Demand atp.r's, nnd tnke no other. The sick want tho bet aid thcru is 1 ir Uivui, aud they siHittiu nave it. AU our Ucmedles aro for sal by f-Kor by a.ta W. W. Stkwabt, and J. W DlETLICH, Dayton. Germnntown. Miumisljurg. W'u. H. Xeulkv, (ca L. Kkzrr, M, A i.exandkr. Centreville. And by all flrugclaU and Oealar. la Mrdlrtn.. Mil UK, LlK.sl El. ic CO.. Cin.. feb7-lydaw Geaeisl Agtfnts Fresh Meat Every Day. CCOItGC w. pitrsro's Dallv Meat and Provision 5th ttreet, 3 doors east of Rroicn ttrett, DAYTON, O., IEKI'S constantly on band Fresh Meals of every air, J. Uutter, Ka, and Vexetahlea, In aeaaon. Produce of all ilaMU-uiUona ohlaiuabla caa had al hla at,, re. riAe he do,whlaoww Butchering, tb Public can rely on procurmx Kre.h Meat tir..v mo.ninu du nug the week. He dealre. th. people to know th.t Aloai.Ay laorniafltheyca. procurameat alAughv- , ere.1 tlurtuic to. pniviaua alght. I bey w UipWaaa bear Huh m mind. Thankltil tnr paat patronaire, he sollelta a eoottn uanrs of nubile lavor, delermlnml to ileaea-v. It. Ilememlier Sth street, l doora from Urowaatraet. m)i7-ld City Property for Sale. APES1KK to visit Kurnpe, inducea me to oifrr lay present Hesionoe, located mi the Berth side of Third street, below ferry, for sal. The lot IN) feet 1 1 out and Sou feet deep, sort a aad east aa alley, on fehteh are thre wellinR Houses, a Cea .rvntrr, (.table, Wood ioua, aud Many other liiiprovuieijis. Tlie whole is handiomely mrranired tn a garden, with a s;reiit many iliilerent kinds of choice fruit hearinfttrees, (trapes enough to make wluej a creat variety of hardy flowers and flower ins: shrubbery ii a merit theKr-Ua. a Rreat many tiilTerrnt klotle .reenhotiae Plant i, sut-h as irans:es, Lemons, Poaifgrauatea, Hoses, Vyrt.t s, Oteantlr-rs.asul othes choioe Ftaata latheLonrtervarory. Also, anuasber beautiful stullcd birds, Ae. J'he nrettiiaee eombiue all the cnnrenleatea aa cessary for health aud comfort la the ally, aa well a lnrfferartn. - - Persons who wish to purchase a beautiful iob., Invited to call autl view the preaifta. rrtce reasonable, ana lonf pai uents. myS-Smd n. LANG8TEDT. NEW WARE ROOMS! Cor; Main and4thsta. ' Plain and Fashionable FURNITURE! ofna, linlr, Table-. Wltu t"et. Ilralstpad. . Wash slunds. - Hat Karkt, II area us, AT REAS NABLE PRICES ! , t WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERHSTED, that I have tha beat aaaoi taiaat of Parlor and Chauib.-r butt. In Ihl. city, and wuuld iovit. ,o Sa . j Mil aud an. for louialvn, aud at aa low rauaae , they can ot,talnedel..wti. re. MBOALLIOH PARLOR BTJTT8, IN SOBBv000(BOUD) . - AK WAINDT, Upkulatrred In reua.wlth rich, aled. Iltoa Caatm. aImi, tu BroiateUe aud hair L loth. Alao, - tkamhrr Suits, in Rotrvood, " OAK and AI.NUT,eoaiylats AUapa's WaAtkots, tb. liuratorW. I would aay lu ooocluaioa that they ai saaaufa tured by aija. if, an. would tia, de.iHfd lo hav. yoa ooia. aud aa. aay atoak of furaUurs, wawlliar yea ' Suyoraut. 0. P. BOYER, . . hprt Corner of 4th aad Mala street. Palermo Oranges. OA BOXES flu quality Paleraio Oranges, 0J tarn a4 isaal, at iaAMDSMBPaa cot. rt ft. Met, Ms. ! 1