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Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R.
Three Daily Trains, via Columbus tickets from to all Eastern Cities. TltHFF. Dntly Train er,oh way, learlng Dayton for the F.nt nil fnllovit Nlffht V;presat 1,30. in (iy Kprr-pi 1",' ft a, m i Aomtmmml'Uorifl,ifl)i.ni. Arriving i)r.yron, Aemriioilat Ion tVes e. at.) lf. 1 E.'reiii, It.SOs.m ( .'".y fcxprese 6,o p. n, Train run hr f'oiumbut time, which Is 7 minute faster thn I'aytnn time. Thro'icri tickets cin be hart for nil Taster el He by eilliirron V. H. Wurman, Ticket Agent, At the Iepot, Kat Third street. IMyfou, X-nt ar.d (Jot urn (mil Lea res ntS,Op. tn., and nrrtvm nt a.ftS a. m. Al' frnKhH loft it tie Drpni by i(8f p. m will bp torw Morl Puna day, be M i p. m. Freights up. riving lit A.Mp. m.. will be delivered a .tin. m. J. HUH AND, Htipt. C. Wannam, Gen'l. Ag't. aprts GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. Change of Time. and after Monday, April 11, 1859, until further notice, trains will run as follows: .jhave-t D.iyton Union Porot at 8,10 a ra.and 6,0 r p. M. Arrive at Union at 11,60 . m. and f0 p. in. rectum:; r no. Travel Union a( T,4lt a. m , and 1,45 p. m., arrive at rntin at 10,55 a. m., and 8,65, p. m. The ti,no p. M Iriln loving Piyton, makes clone cori'ic-ti-n nt Union with the Kx proas train on the Uclletonlrtlne road, Tor IrulUnipolis, connect log on Its arrivM with tr it as fur Lf.Ptte, Terr Haute, and all p rints went, north Ami north west. tf .tr thTi'tU ami farther inCormitiun, apply to Samuel VST, King, itonerrtl Ticket Agont, Union Doput, 6th itrvt. II. 0. BTIM30N, snp't. flee 2 Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R. CHANGE OF TIME. and after Monday April 11, 1859, Passenger trains will leave the 5th street Depot, for Cincinnati, as follows: !t vurnfutf Train, , At 5 00 a. ui., 8.0) . in., 4,00 p. m., anil 7,80 p. in. V.II evvo din. dnaati for Dayton, at 4.00 a. m. 8 01 i. m., .31 p. m. and 8.00 p. m. The 7.33 l. M tr,in tu b will Ktop at CarlUla, Mil 11otoa, H i:nilui an I Oteivlnle, only. Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnat RAIL ROAD. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 8,15--The Mail Train leaves the 6th St Uipnt it n.l.l, at "rbim, 10,00, connrrti with trttn fir C.lum!nMt anil at Clydn with train for i Ir-vel'iml an I th-' Kail) alio with tralna for To ll In, D.'lroit iml Chlcno. HI ;-SUi)NI) THAIV Olorelnnd I I 'J Kxiirea, hf wiv of Sprlni((lsU and Del aware, aail all Kalern p inla 7 0()-riIlltU Tit IV ;lit Express Vl' arrlvna it xtniliiskyat 4,io,connctlnf with trains for Ulevjlautl iiii'l thi Kiat. mh2-tf JOHS It. HUDSON. Kup'l. The Great Direct EASTERN & WESTE'N EASTERN & WESTE'N CENTRAL ROUTE. Over the Indiana Central & Dayton & Western Railways. & Western Railways. ON and after Wednesday, April 20, 1859, Trains wilt lenve Day ton ai follows: FlMt Mornlnir Train leavei Dayton At 6:00 a. m., Arriving at IiKliannitolis At 1l;fu a.m.; makliiff ill rontOinneotli)n with Lifuvottn 4 InillAiiApolia R. H. for Lit lyntte And Chici'jo with Tone Haute Rlch moti 1 li, R. for Terre llnutn nnrl Vinconnen, with JJ(lln t In lunijjolis H. It. for LouUviiie, arriving At Chicago tt H:J0p, m., At Mrvllion and Ixuliville nt ;00 p. m., Viuooaueti 6:00 v. m., Turre Haute at l:-0 P. M. Sucon l TrAln,lp:ivfg D.iyton at 11:30 a. m., Arriving nt In liAnApotl at 4:31) p. m., niakhig direct connec tion for St. Loul. Arriving in Wt. Loult at 6:00 a. M.i two houre tn a ivance of any other route. Third Train leaves Day on at 6:45 p. m., arriving at Indlan-ipoUs nt 10:60 p. m., male ng direct connec tion lor nil weitern points. apra(J JAMK3 M. SMITH, StipTt. HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH R. ROAD OF MISSOURI. OPEN'S ita Entire Length for tranaporta' tion of passt-ngers and freight, atlordlng the shortest, quick oat and chfapt'St route to western Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and the Mew Gold Mines. On and al ter February 14, trains leave Hannibal for St. Jos ph dally at 8:60 a. h., or upon arrival of H. A St. J. R. R, packets from St, Loui; arriving In St. Joseph at 7 P. M. same day; connecting with R. R. line ot tlritt class packets, which leave Immediate ly on arrival ol tralnx, for Nebraska City, Omaha, Council HI u tin, Atchison, Weston, aud Leavenworth City. THE H. 4 ST. J. R. R. LINE 0? PACKETS Ik composed of the most etftgant and comfortable steamers on thci Mississippi river, and run expressly In connection with this road; boats leaving st, Louis every day at 6 o'clock p. m, for Hannibal, titoppitig only at Alton) t 'iking passca'crs arriving by the O. fc M., and T. H., A. At Nt. L. Railroads, by which pasngcrB from at LouU arrive in St. Jostuh In 24 hours from Loumville In "Mi hours; also, tr m Quln cy close oounutlou Is ma-1e by a tine steamer with train on Chioae Qulncy and Toledo A Qulucy Rat!roadi, Fare lower than any other route. Bsg ? age checked through and hand ed free. No charge or meaN and staterooms on packet h. Emigrants desiring to accompany their stock, may ilepend on g'dng through by Fast Freight Juxpreis Train. Frt-lgiu tiken at lowest ilver rates. Hartsengi'rs are respectfully requested to consider this new, short and cm' an route before selecting oth ers, as It has uuquentlonable advantages over all THROUGH TICKETS can bepurchased at all the Railroad Ticket Olllct's. JosiAH HUNT, General Superintendent. P. If. GROAT, Geunral Ticket Agent, A. G. CLARK, Traveling Agent. m 4-SmdAw Refrigerators ! Water Coolers ! ! KEEP COOL1 KGEPCOMFORTABLBI WOULD yon, during the coming tint months, have friish nwtat Instead of taikteuI Nu t butter Instead of hancii1 8wett milk In-tend of sou at J be smilks of your wiielustead of hor fhownsI Then go at osti: and lay your case befor A. W. 1UCE&CO., ZXus o Building, Dayton, and your wishes can be satisfied. They have Re frigerators of all styb s and sizes, all admirably adapted to impart to your comlort, aud ctlecta great aving ot Ice over the old way of keeping It. They have also Water Coolers aed Ice Cream Freezers, and the Old Dominion Coffee Potl By the use of which all the aroma of your Coffee, during boiling, instead of gnlni ott (n vapor ail over your house, is condemn d and thrown back Into tba Cntf.-e, tiuliwuriiig to you a more delicious article, and effecting a savlug to the amount ol Co (tee usei, my 7 PIN El APPLES. KINK lot of Pinn Apple: juat received. - mv'itJ UKANDKNUURQ fc CO- . NEW CA R PETS AND House Funiisiiing Goods! Van Ausdal, Dixon & Co., no. 02 mux tki;i:t, Ara now rcc.ilvinn a large aortment of th. urwuil at.vlua of MEDALLION, VELVET, BRUSSELS, AND INGRAIN CARPETS! Floor and TaliU OU Co.'Aa, Cocoa and Indit Mallingt. Kugt, Door Matt, DragtlM, CURTAIN DAMASKS, Loe and Muslin Curtains, Marseille!, Quilts, Alendnle and Dimity (jiailui, Window bhudo and Jinllanda, Window Wiudo Trimmings. Venetian Blinds, Gilt Cornices, Stair Rjda, rurntture Prints, Toweling, Napklua, Muslins. Shastlnra Irish LI neus, Table Cloths, Piano and Diana covers, Table Damasks. A LAKtJK STOCK OF Wall 8c Window PAPER. Borders, Testers, Deonrntion 1'npT llang . V iogt Ornuiuentul Figures, tVc. JeO FOR WALK ( HkAP. A LITTLE LEFT YET. rplIK Sulnnriber baa a amall quantity of iri'u rum. irn yuias goou lurt Apples, sweet dried Peaches, peeled and unpeeledf nice hoe ttavored German ( berries, St. Catherine Prunes, Fearai and last, but not least, soiue of thuaa Uli;k. berries, not to nifiiition his well selected stock of other prima uroveiiea, ana for sale ty CHAHLKS POIT, my 17 East fid street, 4 doors troin Main at. W II. I!RANI)KN!IUK(! & CO. bar iu.t raoalved 'io boars freak Orange. Si; at i journal anu uaxeiw ;T7;i .... . Juatice'of the Peace, AND If OT ART PUBLIC, r OFFICB, BKCKEL nUILDIXO, On JefTarion itreet. near tha oornsrof Thlvd, to roan fcrmarlroamplealrr Jattlc Torrone. PartlTOlar attmtlm aatfl tnarawtnr rweda. Mort- ta-M, Uemranla, Knnda, an taal fapart, AiH,mHnM prompri, aaauc. aprai 019. f. WAI.KSR, A. . LRAUAN WALKER & LEAMAN, Ittomcyst al, Law, AND HI! A I I'.STATi: AOK.-JTS, Wlhh PRAirriCR TIIKIlt PKOFESr Ion Id tha aareral Courts of Ohio, OFKICK South IOa of Third slrent, hatwaen Main antl Jeftrsoli, Dajrtoa, O. daoa4-wdam ELY BOOTH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DAYTON. OHIO, WILL PHACTICB IN ALT, THE Courts of Montrotnarv and adlolnlna' eoun- tiea, and will promptly attend to ail bu.kuois ao tm.tcd tohl.eara. Utile in Clecg's Building, Third street, my t-Awy JAMES H. STEWART, Attorney and Counsellor AT tiff, AND NOTAHT PUBLIC, WILL OIVE PROMPT ATTENTION to all business entrusted to his ear. In Mont gomeryanri adjoining oountles. utJlth, in the iSooond Btory or the Empire Building, Third street, Davton, Ohio. mayll-lydaw V EN DELI N WOLF, Wholesale and Retail ilANUFACTUUFIt A' DDiLGU iff "HATS" AND SICAPS! v: 110. SIS SEC0SD 8TEEET, North Side, between Main and Jefferton V DAT TON, OHIO. tJ-AIl orders will ba thanafullr received and uruuiptly attended to. feba-lyd T. K. WILLARO, M. H, W11EAT0N WILLARD & WHEATON, WHOLESALE AND HBTAIL BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF FINE BOOK, NEWS AND vttArriNo pap nts i The HfOHIt'ST Marliftt Pnr nli1 tn n ii!9 VV also keep the largest stock of, and sell more fcUliOOL BOOKS Thanany other House In Dayton. no. j2t xtiira street, orlT Near Main. By Authorif) of (be m si Slates. We adjust Lottti honorably aud pay them promptly. DWELLINGS AND CONTENTS INSURED AT VJKY REASONABLE RATES. lUmnix Ins. Co,, IlAitiJ-OUD, CUJSJiiSCTICUT. Merohants Stores and stocks at Fair Rates. GEO OWEN, t2B Agent, Dayton, Ohio. Spring Clothing. 119 & 121, MAIN STREET. 119. S. SClFER 119. H A3 JUST RECEIVED UJ8 SPUING Stoca of Drv Goods, oomurlsln averv tliintr nw and eiegant In the line. Fancy and lilack Silk Kohes, Plum and Fancy Silki, lilack & Colored. In every variety of style, bought recently, and sell ing at LOW HliCKS. SUa and Lace Ma nil I las, nnnwn, uusicrs, Faraaols, Hosiery, Embroideries, Skirts and Trimmings, Hew Styles, and at Hkdui kd P rt i ( est Grenadine, Berage, . , Organdie Valencia Robes. C ha 1 lies, Foulards Berare. Anglais. Valenoias. axd Traveling Dreaa Goods tnin iscns, free ah and English, Brilliants, Oinahams, Percales, Chambrayt, Boys' Wear, Irish Linens, Linen aiieetlngs. Bleached bnd Brown Shirtings and aheetlnaTsi. Ac. FURNI8HINO GOODS, In great variety, aud at pri ces waicu oajuiot tau to piease. 121. 121. SPK1NG CLOTHING! Elegant French Cloth, Dress and FrocK Coats; fine Fancy Caaslmere Business Coatst .Spring Ra glans and Overcoats, the latest styles; Fashi' nabte Side Band Caeiimere, at Plain and Fancy Caaslmeia Fants of all descriptions! Mlix, Satin, Velvet, Marseilles, and . Farmers Satin and Cloth Veal a. In fact ha baa now on hand a full and complete stock of ail the latest st lea of COATS, PANTS AND VESTS, For MEN and BOYS, FOR SPUING AND HUMMER WEAR, and which ha will aell at lower Drtcesthan similar ods can be purchased lor at any othtr place in the C lis torn work will be given particular attention. The puhlle will pleas remember the place Nob. 11 aud lil, Main street, opposite Phillip House, may 9 I. N. & W. M. GREEN, (Lata I. N. Green,) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALRRS 1 GROCERIES, NO. 310, TIIIHD ST., ARE NOW PREPARED TO SELL ia Goods to tha Jobbing Trade. Our stock Is com plete and selected with great care, and we buy lor cash eacluslvel . We van and will sell Goods to prompt buyers at the vry lowest Maraet Price. Buyers ara respectlully invited to give us a call. M bbls. I'iekorel.W'hiteFieh and Trout. 30 " N. O. Molasses. 40 Backs Rio Coffee. 20 " Peaones and Apples, 10 bbls. Rice. 1000 lbs. Codfish. 25 Chests and Caddies fine Teas. 30 Cheese. 100 Hacks Salt 25 dos, Ilrooms. 25 " Wash Hoards. German Cherries, Prunes, Pigs, Raisins and Nuts of all slitda,all or which will be sold a. low as the LOWMT. any 11 ENGLE'S BEER SALOON, Backers Building, Jefferson street, be tween 261 and 3d, Dayton. KEEPS on hand the best qualit of Ale Lager Beer, Buea'e Beer, (a sui-rlor'brver.igt, and equal to the best Ale,) and everything good and ooollng Tor the hot weather. Ha aieo fccea aick aauka for lunchi Clears, To bacco, eto. A. he Is determined to Keep a quiet and restecta hi houae, ha nwieotful)y solicit, a share of public patronme. JACOa) KNULK. uiyJl Preserving Bottles. . JUST received a ehoioe aaaurtment of Bot tles for preserving Fruit of Kvery kind. These bottles are made expressly for keeping fruit any laugta. of time, aud lu an ellaiate, H. B. ROSE, aiyS DruggUt, H Mala atra.t. 50 KOXEs) Oranges, in prime order, .just Meal vest. say" d. a r. a. shui l. 'UK United Htatee Demooratio Almanau L JtiatrasatvaeeMivtaalebr It. aaal r. B fHPU. OF MISSOURI. SPECIAL NOTICES. Mr. 'Witisiow, n opBrtnod nan and frmalo physician, hat a Soothing Srrup for Children tt-ethlng, which (rreallf faetUUtea 1h process of teething by softening tha guma, rednclng all lnflammattnn,wlll a'lay all pel, aad fa sure to regulate tha bowels. Depend Opon It, not here, It will glva rest to touxsItm, end relief and health to your Infanta. Perfectly safe In all eases. ad vertisement lh another column. Jet Bolloway'a Pills Emaciation ant) Pnmahredeoay, alow and Hfe-deitrnying fcrer and theehronlc consequence of pegler tt nymploins of disease, my ba expelled even et eleventh hour, by a few doses of this Htrriing nedlcln. It acta aa an alterative) aa well nt a purifier of the blood, and may be safely naen by re males as well as children of all afree. Hold at tue loaDuTactory, No. BO Maiden Lane, New York, and by all druggists, at See., flae.,and $1 per box or pot. ' J12-dArlw R M. BARTLETT'S Commercial College, THIRD AXO WALNUT, CIXOINXAIt, O. J7 One time Is as good ss another ta cnnimmee. IO t" partlculaia, call, or edlr.is the Colleje. IK jnu would have something extra in the Dnuerreotype, Anibrotype or Photograph ic line beadvieed and go todocbohm'e Palace of Art, Market House. He is th 0 only Ar tist engnged in this business. oclO aWyHec advertisement of Dr. fanford's LIVER IN VIOORATOR in another ool uuin. To Hotel Keepers, Restanranta, Drug gtats. Oiooers and the Public Dr. JLJrunon's Bitters, HAVE, from thoir excellent qoalitiea.heen recommended by the tnos4 Fmlnent Phvsiclana as a most valuable and never-falling remedy lor OT3PEPSIA, IttARRHBA, DuDILITY, HEARTBURN, BlL.IOUbNEBS, JA.UNDICB, LIV'HCOMP'WTB BLOOD DI5EABE3 Ac, Ac, Ao. Are also a sure and certain preventive against Fever and Ague, cholera acd Sus;mr Cent- plainta o. And la a nv st valuable and eflloaoloua Tonic and Appatita Creating Compound aver ottered to the public, Ity the use of these Hitters All Dlscascsofthe niood will be thoroughly eradicated, an' all those who ara uttering from early excess or Prostration of the Physical F-nergips, will he restored to a Kobust and Vigorous State nt Hcnltii. The Digestive Organs will be stimulated and Per mant'iitly Strengthened, Appetite will be Created, and trie Del'tlliared Subject Restored to New Life. Tries remedy has a very agreeable taste, and will he taken re II , by children as well as adult a. Ail persons su tic ring from any ot the aboi e com plaints are Invited to try DR. EKUNUN'S BITTKR9. ItosE. For an adult, a small wine-glassful X times a day; for a child, a email tea-spoonful twice aday. K. GKUGER, SOLE AGENT FOR TUE UNITED STATES. 743, Itroudwiiy, W. I'T Solo a 50 cents per bottle, $5 per dozen, $2,50 per gallon; extra Bitters for Bar-rooms, by the gallon or barrel, at the low price of $1,25 per gallon; fine titougntOD Rittors, $1,25 per gallon. For sale by all Drngglsti and Grocers, WHOLESALE and RETAIL AT 712 BROADWAY, N. T. janB-oawiy A Card to the Ladies. DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PERIODICAL PILLS, FOR FEaMALES. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOK Correcting Irregularities, Relieving Painful and DiatrBeaiuji: Menstruation, "particularly of tbeChaogeof Life," aud in lie moving Obstruc tions, fruin whatever cause. Also -Hetontion. Palm In tha Hack and Loins, Prentlng-down Pains, Hush of Blood to tha llead, Uiasinasa. Dhnnesa of 8ight, Green Sickne.i, Heaviness, fatigue on any light exertion, Palpitation of tha Heart, and all the various distressing complaints particularly that most annoying, weakening, and the beginning of all other Female weaknesses, LKUCOKRUCEA, OR WHITES. And always successful ai a prsvanttve, Attn same time there Is nothing In these Pilli that ean do injury to life or health. Let tha direction strictly followed, and yeu will find them te ba all they are represented so much so, that In nine ont of ten cases, I will warrant them. Do noi ba discouraged if ooe box should fail, but try anoth er, although, as a general thing, ONE COX IS SUFFICIENT. Thousands of certificates ara la tha hands of tha Proprietor, from tome ofthe first ladies in tha oountry. r rexnan t re male, or those supposing themselves so, are cautioned against using these lMlls, as the Proprietor assumes no responsibilitT after tha above admonition, although their mildness would prevent any Injury to health) otherwise thssa rills ara recommended. Directions aoeomnanv each box. See Circulars. N. 11. The composition of these Pills Is "no secret." The general agents are presented with the receipt, and they will tell you thei ara. with out doubt, the best Fsmilj Medicine aver Intro. duoed sinoa the actenoe ol medioino dawned upon the world. Price $1 per box. iia- Sold wholesale and retail in Dayton bv HUHBabD A ROBINSON, East side Main st. .between Id andalh. and by Da. W. W. 8TBWART, fl o. 4, flumps Be Building. Theabova Druggists are sale ageuta for Mont gomery county, Ohio. They will supply deslers, and send tha Pills to Ladies by mail to any part ofthe country (confidentially) on receipt of 11,00 through the Dayton Poitomoa. nov20-ly aii1culmTngtice M. OIIMER HAS RECENTLY ADDEDTWO ROOMS In M .lit,. CORNER OF MAIN AND 20 8TS , Where he har onhand, and will for the future keep, the ruilowlnr. enumerated artloles, lu addition to his former stocal Rosewood.Ouk & Walnut canopy Bedsteads, Rosewood ,Ouk and vValnut iligh Head Italian liedstvads, Rosewood, Ouk ani Walut Low Bead Station Bedsteads. Bureaus. Stands, eYo., to fill ont Cham ber Bets, Fine Book Cases, and Ettagiree, Fine Ogle and Walnut Bide Boarda. M I It 11 O It S 1 Oval, vory lare, heavily carved it fine gilt, Arched, " " " " " Square, of nil sizes and kinds, " ALSO Mahogany and Walnut Mirrors. Farlcr Sets. FINEST OF JtOSEWOOI), fc WAL MUT SOFAS, CUA1BS, TA BLES,Ae. Blx Different Kinds of Bat Racks. All binds of nureans. Tables, Chairs, .te., always on hand. All of the above cheaper than ever, at M, OHMKH's, aur? Corner Main and td streets. ICE CEEAM, THIS DAT AND EVENING, GEO. OJIMElt'S. mayC-d'iiQ REFRESHMENT SALOON 111! aEORQBbHMER. For Ice Cream, go to GEO. OIIMER a For the Beat of Soda, go to UEO. OHMER'S. For all kinds of Cool Drinks, go to OEO. OlIMER'd For the best of Candies, go to UKO. OHMER'S. For the best of Fresb Fruit, go to OEO. OliMER'S. For the finest Clgaie, go to UEO. OliMER'S. For the best Tobacco, go to KO OI1MER 8, Post OiBoe Bulkluif , Third strst, ave-dow DAITON, O. . FOR BALE CHEAP. A FINK FAMILY UOKrirS Inquire of BiBl -l.kU WATT KM MO. DAILY EMPIRE. The Country Lassie. 8he bloomed in 1 r mi'1, ( . Where aiint.y Kiiiini r (imps Her roay Rnri. rt't.. th earth. And briht-.t .ihg. brings, . Rrallh Was h r inli.riisoce, And pt.re H1 only rtnwer; 1 haver ttnmcd lha wild wood Ooutalned so tweet a flower. Far distant from the eily, And Inland from the sea, My lansie blooms In goodness, Aa pure aa pure can be; She rauftht her dewy freshness From lull and mountain bower, I never dreamed Ihe wild wood Ooritaiiird so sweet a flower, The rainbow must hare lent her Home of it airy grsce; The wild roe parted with s blush, That nestled on her face; The sunbeams got entangled in The long waves of her hair, Or she had never grown to be Bo modest and so fsir. The early birds have taught her Their joyous matin song, And some of their soft Innocence Bhe'e beeu with them so long, And for her now, if need he, I'd part with wealth and power, I never dreamed the wild wood Contained so sweet a flower. Skoond Yaaa Ci.ostD. The White Cloud (K. T ) Chief closed the second year of its existence last week. Miller says : This number closes tlio second volume of the Chief. We hare the uielanoholy and disogreeuble anneuncoment to make to some persons who have prophesied that we would soon "peg out," tlmt we do nut intend to "peg" but intend te kocp i iglit on, the same as it such persons had never lived. We see brighter prospects ahead than evor hereto fore, and intend to do all in our power to deserve a liberal patronage Irom the people of Northern Kunsas. We take this nooasiun to bid on nlFictionato farewell to a nu labor of subscribers, who will receive the paper no innger, unless iney mm over ana may tue ioru nave mercy on tueir rouis I This is plucky for you. A man with an empty pocket can't talk in that slyle. Mil ler has made a good paper, and he has been lucky in making it pay in that fur-off, wild country. We advise all who deeire to get roliuble news weekly from Kansas to sub scribe and pay for the. Chief. It is publish' ed at (2 a year, and is worth every cent of it, A Great Countby. Tho Rev. Bishop Pierce, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, gives the following picture of the btate of Texas : Texas is a curious oountry a paradox. Everything is in the superlative, or oontra. dictory, or marvellous, it is the richest and the poorest has the best land and the mean est water is tho hardest country to live in, and has the most to live on; the days are the noiiest ana tne nights the coolest; here are the most rivers, and the least waters; the best roads, and the slowest travel; the finest building material, and the least use modo of it; there are more olouds, aud less rain; more plains, and less timber; more ropes to tie norses, ana yet more estrays; a poor oountry for farming, and yet the most productive; the least work, and the largest yield; the horses are small, and the cattle big; the frogs have horns, and the rabbits have ears like mules; the people are intelligent without general education inventive without being tricky refilled without mannerism rich without money hospitable without huusos bold, generous ana bravo. In hoe, here is an em pire in extent and resources, but in the slowest process of evolution, and yet destined to population, wealth and power. Texas Abumjantlt Favoukd. The IIous ton Tolegraph, of the 3d inst., in its weekly review, says: The news from the country is quite oheeri ing. in every part ot tho State the cotton orop is in a sploudid condition, and gives promise of a most abundant yield. The winter wheat lias mostly been bar vested, and has yielded finely, giving to the whole State an ample supply of breadstuiTs for a year. Corn is growing well, and already we hear of engagements of large quantities at 20 and 25o. per bushel. This is the lowest price corn has ever been in Texas. The sugar crop is also promising a large production. Jesse Trader, only thirteen yeara old, slio'. himself deliberately with a gun in Washington township, Highland county, on the 7th inst He had threatened before to destroy himself and the gun wae locked up, but in the absence of his guardian h. forced the door with a chiaa el and committed the melancholy deed. Rev. Peter at the Astor House. Some Church affairs made it necessary for Mr. Cartwright to visit New Yurk city some years ago, and it was arranged for him that be should put up at the Astor House. It was here that his brethren expected to meet him; bia social and denominational appoint' menta had reference to the Astor Douse as bis heal quarters. When Mr. Curtwribt, however, appeared at the Astor, there wits nothing in bis backwoods ippearanoe that suggested to its proprietors bis worthy posi tion among Ihe fathers of Methodism; when, therefore, be requested to be shown to his room, be waa very cavalierly turned over to a aervant to show him up stairs. Dp stairs they went up, up, up Mr. Cartwright in wondering atnatemeut lost, the servaut ap parently untiring in bis amusement of asi cending. Finally, tha servaut opening the door of an apirtuient up in the attio story, pointed it out to Mr. C. as bis room. Kuther Peter detained the servant while be should tuke a general survey of the premises re peated the inquiry if this was the room be was to occupy and at length, appearing to be well sutialicd, he disposed of his baggage, and very politely requeated the aerv.int to be good enough to abow him down stairs again. The servant preceded Father Cart wright down, down, down, till they reached at length the street landing; but, before the aervant could make his esoape, feter inquir ed if he wouldn't please to show biin up stairs! HeAp they wentsgain, heavenward, aud i'eter found bis room, and permitted the servant to depart in peace. 1 he ser. runt, however, but little more than found himself down stairs, when L'nole i'eter rang the bell vigorously. In due time, up came the servant, by tuis lime panting wild unui sua! exertion. Mr good friend I am sorry to trouble you, but 1 should be glad to see the clerk, if you will be kind enough to send bint to uy room." "Ob, certainly." Ani so down, down goes the servant to say to the clerk that a singular old chap up in the upper story wanted him to corns Ao bis room. And then up, up goes Mr. Clerk. " "Are yon the clerk T" " Yea, sir." " Well, you will place me under great ob ligations to you, if yon will ahow me the way down stairs 1" And when onoa more down stairs, after Uncle Peter had taken another careful sur vey of the surroundings, the clerk very po litely inquired if there was anything further be could do lor him. " Yea,'' eay.Uuole Peter, "yes, my friend, I .would be greatly obliged So you for a broaa-axe I "A broad-axe I'' says Mr. Clerk in Baton. , meat, " and what Jo you propose to do with a broad-axe 7" j " 1 thought I should like to blase my way su any iu- - It is needless to say that Peter Cartwright was the lioa of that week al the Astor, and that It was not further required of him to climb up that eudless series of stairways but when bis friends sailed again to inquire for, or sail upon bias, they round hint snug ly enseonsed in one of the Most eligible rooms in Ihe bo rise. Cincinnati Advertisements. To Morchanto AND MILLINERS. W. P. DEVOU & R0CKW00D, iMPOMTXKI, WHOI.rtAI.L OCALCna AUD MARVrAO- Ttmsns ok MANTILLAS, DUSTERS Cloaks and Bonnets, 83 & 85, TEARL 8T., CINCINNATI, 0., Offar to the Merchants and Milliners of this section a complete assortment of Straw and Bilk Bonnets, Btiawlsand Mantillas, Dress Tilmminga, Bmrsrotderlee and White Ocods, Bonnet Ribbons and Millinery Uooda. Our extensive connection In the above iroods, en aMiausto sell as low aa oan ha etfVrrd rst or West, and w. Invite the attention of elope brtvcriV IKspealal Inducements to CASH llUVUKt'. n.ylO ' J.BECKLEY&CO.'fl EXtfX&iOK Elastic Fire and Wattr-Proof CEMENT ROOFING!! Patented September 13, 18T. First Premium Awarded OHIO STATFA!R, 1857- Btate) And County Rlgbta for Sale, WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO PUT our Patent Cement on new Roofs, orovrrold thlngles, Irnn.Tsr or Tin Ruors.lt making no differ ence how steep or flat the Hoof may be. On account of its tfreat durability, It Is one of the cheapest and nun rcrvfri 01 hiriii rooist rrice e prr square, (loo squar (eft.) an aew Hoors. or old Slit tic le Hoofs; (ion Mutal Hoofs. Promut attcatlongiven to order for material, sddrcsttrd to J. BECK LEY & CO., No. 1 12 Pearl street, Cluol null, Ohio, tj" Composition and Cement for isle. AKAD THK KUl t-OWlNG: CtKciNtfATi. O.. Februarj 18. 1B57. This la toeertlf) thnt I have exam t nod thessm pies of J. Reekie)' and Co ' Cement end Uotnposi tlon Hoof, and oan sy that 1 thin a them eqt.nl, If not su perior to any Cement or Composition Hoot now In use. I hxe.one on my house, adjoining; to whrre I was lately burned out, and mut say that It stood the test admirably. 1. A. FOWFI.L. ClNClKMATI, June 20, lhf8. ThlsU to certify thnt we have employed Messrs. J. Denkleyaad Co. to put their Cemont Roof on our foundry at the west end of Kiirhth street, and thus far It has .riven entire 8 atlnf action, having hern fuU ly tf-stod by severe rtns, eto. The hurntns;of a la ree frame ware-house Mljolninif, scorching our wood work and destroy Jigours;lass,pruducednoeU'eoton our roof mhtMUndaw DRKRI. BARSTOW and CO. "A Stitch in Time Saves Nine." lUIE SIMPLE ANNOUCEMENT THAT A we have a Machine la every way equal to the Firs-Class Machines, AT THE VERY. LOW PRICE OP S-35 A I SO, the reputation it lias acquired in ev ery place where it has been introduced, has heretofore rendered it unnecessary (with the limited means we hnve had for supply ing ourselves with Machines,) to advertise to anv great extent, THE DEMAND Having already EXCEEDED THE (SUP PLY, and being now PREPARED TO MEET ANY lii-.MAND.nnd to FILL ALL OIWERS PROMPTLY, we feel it our duty, to the class of people who have been neither willing nor aulb to Dav such HIGH PRICES As have been demanded br other machines. to use all the means in his powerlto letlthe Publio know that they can get as good a Sewing Machine As there is in the market, at a reasonable price. Uur Machine was given the M Oh I FAVORABLE NOTICE in the report of the Fair at tho Ernnklin Institute at Philadel phia, and PLACED AT THE BEAD ui the list ii point of merit, and has received THE FlfteT PREMIUM Overall othors, at the State Fuirsof Illinois and Wisconsin, and all otiikr faiks at which it has been exhibited. It is SURPASSED BV OVV. In beauy, simplicity, durability, quantity and quali'y of work, and is, in a word, tub Machine for the People. We depend on QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS, and have therefore placed it at ran lowest po3biblb phicb. Call and examine before purchasing else where, at SALESROOM, lu Melodeon Itnildlntra, CIJt-CINNATI. W- E BlMMJN L 10. N. B. Persons at a distance can rely upon having all order promptly tilled with Warranted Machine; and lull directions for use. rs-Responslhl. LOCAL AGENTS wanted In all parts of tn. West and South uhsl JOS. F. IIAVKR. Ht. W. UYBR9. OEO. MYKRa & VERS V c0 if, It1 V mi l- No. 40 Main St, 3d door below 2d. CINCINNATI. mhll-Smdaw C. JKMMrKOS, J. BUTTE ariBLD, Jennings, Butterfield & Clark, WHOL ES ALE GROCERS ANO O ommlflsion Merchants, 251, MAIN BTSET, CINCINNATI, O. mhl-em E. A. & T. MORE. 810 3D ST It LET, STATIONERS, BINDERS. AQKNTS or SUr Mills WRITIXQ PAPERS. Wall Papers. WE would invite the attention of buyers to our SPHINU STot'K of Paper Haugiuge, O.ooratlone. Ac, Which Is uow vers coaaol.t.. W. deliver rsiks- ge. without eharge, la any part of the Kit. apre 06 HUB. g. BlENNllfOEa KCEIINE & CO., Maaufaatarara aad Daavl.rs la WINES & LIQUORS, NO. S VCAIrlOKE ITHELT, CIHCI5HATI. 0 ostiir OBAMOBS AMD LJBMOIfS. OH BOXB8 iiutrae d. Cincinnati Advertisements. Portabif Grinding and Bolting. iai!ts3-'2(fr' FLOUR MILL. pOUX A FEED MlM.fl, OF ALL vy si i. ros. In Strona Iron Frames, e at intM We (IrtVS Nil llf OUT flnrr Uflth NalnKttv'a rtlsimnfiA Point lrrss patent ) for which we own the eMu slva Rlffht, With this lire a Inrprer yield, and a better nuallty of Flour ean be made I Man wlthnn) In use, arid It slmnllrltv enables mv tna.it tn tu liU own miller wtthir'tbftlng a practical Hurt Dresser, mui niacnme icur ranters, Boltlna Cloth, Rollins;, etc.etfl . Portable Knlnea and Rnlfera, W. W. HAM F, R and Co , Hole Manuraeluiern, Mortheast corner Western How and Columbia. fSeoond at.,) Clnrlnnntt, Ohio. N. D Wa build both Upper and Under Runner Mills. Ctrmilnr aenton applieatlon with P. O. Stamp. iik, wol f ; ,, CINCINNATI INTITUtX; . 'A . -' r -' - DiaeaBS of the Lunga find "Throat, Ko.201 Vlnsst., bstwsen 6th and 6th. Wei pi? I OLSONS IIAV1M1 ANY AFFEC- tlon a of the Lunrs or Throat AMlnvtv-erl tnrei1 at ta Woi,n'i Cinciwnah Instittte. wherethfa elss of maladies is treated exclusive!) on the most tmproveii method ol niedlratins; elr for InhaUtluni tu uutjtiitin wiin ronsiHuiioiiai matmeni. Those who cannot visit the institute,. but arc de Slrousof employing; Mrdlratrd lahalntK n at home, will have a circular sent to them containing a full description of Mdiratrd Inha'atlon and a list of questions respecting disease In tho chest, which, by answering oorreetly, will enable me tn many In stances to form a proper opinion of the ease, and prescribe and forward bv exptss or otherwise (as ordered) the proper medicines and Inhaler, (see the engraving above,) v jrh full dUectlonn, to be used at home. In this uev, 1 have treated patients with entiie suffiess, after I heir home pbyslclaus had pro nounced them hopelessly incurable. For the circular enclose a post ago sMmp, and address. Da. N F!. WOI.FK, Box 23to, Cincinnati, Ohio. Notf,. Pr. Wolfe has Just published a work on i onsutupuon.anii its treatment by Medicated Inha- Hon, which he recommends to the attentive iieiuanl of every person who suspects disease lurking In their lunjrs. It will be sent, rnr.r. or rostaur, to persons In any part of tho oountry or adjoing states, re. u s j.vi s-iri-jf. lir ITWIC Bl'ppiirtl RI ft MIMT- al discount. Address aa above. niyaa-iuiUaVw A JiUCII ANAIV, HEAL.ES IN co.iz, wn coke 333 WEST FRONT STREET, Cincinnati, Ohio. feh28-0md HATS OF ALL KINDS, and or All Qualities and Prices! HI. SUc IBU-Wil Has just received and now often The Latest Styles OF HATS fe CAPSI Embracing every variety of CASS I MERE AND SILK, Straw and falm Leaf IIul-s!! "Morphy" Straw Hats! 10 DUZ. SCOTCH CAPS, CA PS In Great varloty. and at prices the mott fa vorable to purchasers. aprU-dkwtf OREGON Agaiost 4Ye Ancient" DAYTON ! 1)IHM)aOPI3EiW pronounce theproposi - tlon irrational that, an 'Mrresistatile hod v can eer come In contact with an Immovable one." lie that an it may, one tiling is certain, and beyond suc cessful contradiction, that the lil ST and ( HKAP KST (tOOUS ever ottered to the people of Dayton, are to be louud at No. au,COK. F1FIH AISUtLA V 8TllKk.TS, where BENJ. F. WAIT Is now opening a lanre andmagnlfleent assortmentof Staple & Fancy Dry goods, Ju.t re-elved from the Eastern Cities, and selected hy hlm.eir. exire..ly lor tills market. His stock is full, consisting in part of Fancy Silks, Challiea, Hrilliunts, Lawns, White goods, of all descriptions, Ho siery, Notions, eto., eto. A fine lut of Spring Summer Shawls, Capes and Mantillus, a large and splendid as sortment of Bon nets, & Hon not trim, mings, Every kind and variety of Hats a large supply for young and old. As rents aud other eapai.ses are much leas Fast of the -deep waters," he fee's confident In helii ahle to s- ll at lower llrurc, r OH 1 Hi t AMI. than can be obtained elsewhere not even excei-tlua; the e.tabllshmout presided over b the gentleman lrom New Vork. apria-soidaw Coal, Wood &, Lime! WOIiLD UK SPECTKUL LY AN nounc to tha cltls.ns of Dayton and vicinity that he is prepared to -ui)-ly iu large or small uuao titleaall who may favor lain with a call, with tha best quality of TOUQHIOOHEN Y PERR7 CO. O O A II a ALSO, UK HAIOI BAKO A GOOD ARTICLE OF WOOD, WHICH HI WILLS ELL Heiaaiso prepared to ccliver In any part ol tne Which Is the most desirable Hue brought to this city. All orders promptly tilled, Yard and Ouica.ou Itiird a treat, near tha Xenla Iepot. , Aovlft-tydaw Opening Every Day!! TO THE LADIES THE UKDEUHIMNED UAKECEIVED her new spring stock of I IrlilllBprr and lany Good Mi Her stock of bonnet. Is larg. and sonststs of Silk, htraw, Lrapes, aud all othV atods that th. Spring Trade d.maud.. Sh. ascp.a Isu on baud a splendid assortment of y' Flowers, Ribbons, SiVs, Crapes, Shemellea, llounete, Laoes, llead Dresses, Caps, Children liaUand Flats, Wreaths, Frames ml Wires, All of whle she oners at LOW PRICKS, at bar old and w.U-knowa establishment. Sb. solicit a eon Unuancol th. sublte l-atronag. gBlcachuig and Trlutmlus don. on short aotiee. MKS. rt. UUWAKU, No. IIS BlalB atrswt, near fourth, aprt-Sia DA t I UN, OHIO. WEST'S HOTEL, coa.Ea mm Columbue Avenue and Water Street, BAMDOSKT CITT, W. T. WKHT, ( lwprietora. y-tf OB OXK9 Labom is print order, jual ; tavc4. P. 4 f. At BUVCL, Povcr did a1( from whl-h m,,V!n! tniffer tnt a lorire r to Riot-e, is the enneTit-e of adiiwd t. .ft (a the system, Inotvs-ti bv the pol.onoas nnw.ra at vrir-talile derv. This xn..liitl0t. ts .toi.1 by th. action nf solar beat on wet av.lt, and rise, with the watery vapor froaa h. While th. sun I. below th. horlson this Varxw llner near th earth's surrsew, soil th. vims Is tukf-rk oriih It tliroufrh the luns Into th. blood. .Ihawe It arts as an Irritating polsoa on th. Intn-ni.t vhoens and egereilu organs of th. ho-lv. Th. Irrer oo eom krrpkl and falls to swret not only this virus, hut also tho bile from the blood, loth th. vims and the bile accumulate in tha cimula tlon, and prrxlnco violent constitutional diaorlar. The spleen, tho kidneys, and the Moanaah syn palhlro with the liver, and become disordered also. Flnallv, the Instinct of our organism, as If In an attempt to cupel the noxious Infusion, roneontrafes the whole hlnoil of the body in the Internal excrotorles to force thom to cast it osit The blood leaves the surface, and rushes to the central organs with conar-tlve violence. Tills la the (.nli.t,. But In this effort It fails. The. th. Fcvaa follows, in which th. blood leaves the central organs and rushes to the snrfaca, aa If In another effort to expul the Irritating poison throiurli the other greet excretory the skin. In this also if falls, ami the system atntKlons th. at tempt exhausted, nr.d waits for the r-covery of strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day. lh"s aru tho llts or eamnvsms of Fkvkr amd otia. Such tftinslltutliinal llwnlt. will c( (ur nn-lermina the health If It Is not removed. We -have laNorcd to find, aud have found, o enU-lote . ..... "' A'crs iAguo Cure, ' 'lii h ncntt.ilu.-s this mnlarloos poison. fn Die litood, an-l Bf illllllllt-W lil'l 1,.-it to r xi.cl it f,OU the body. A it shoui'l, so it tlo ft nu v-.'n af flictlvo ilisonler with perfect cerinitilv. And It dtes more, or rather does what is of more ser vice to those sulicct to this Infection. If tnkon in sc-wfii it exj'is it iram mo sjstom as li lit an sorbetl, and thus keeps those who use It free from Its attacks; keeps the system In honlth although exposed to tho disease. Consequently It not only cures, hut protects from, the great variety of af fections which are Induced hr this malignant Influeneo, such as Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Unmh, or Masked Ague. Periodical Headache, or Bilious Ilandaoho, Unions Fevers, Ncnrnlgi, Ithcumailsm, ttont, Jllindnoss, Toothaehe, Ear ache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpitations, Painful Af fections of the Spleen, Hysterics, Colic, Parulysls, and Painful AfToctlntM of the Stomach and Bow els, all of which, when arising from this canse, will bo found to assume more or leas tin Intermit tent ty pe. This "Anna Ciiaa'' removes ths causa of theso derangements, and euros the disease. This It accomplirhrs by stimulating the excre-' fork's to expel the virus from tha system; and these organs by degrees hecotna uabitud to do this their odlce of'tlioir own accord. Hence arises what we rerm acciimation. Time may accomplish tho same end, hut often life Is not haag .nongli, or Is sacrificed In the attempt, while this " Aoua Cnna" does It at once, and with safety. We have great reason to believe this Is a surer as wi ll as safer remedy fur the whole elaas of diseases which are caused by the miasm ails Infection, than any other which has been discovered; and It has still another Important advantage to the public, which Is, that it is cheap as well as good. pBBPARcn nr DR. J. C. AYEIt & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Price Oxh Dollar raa Bottu. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for Itself Such a ronowii for the extro of every variety of Throat nnd Lung Complaint, that it ts entirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its virtues, wherevor It has been employed. As it has long been In constant ase throughout this section, wo need not do more than assure the people Its quality is kept up to the best it over has been, and that it inny lie re lied on to do for their relief ail It has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For all ths purposes of a Purgative Ksdieias. For CosrrvEWFSs; For ibe Curb ov Dvbi-epsia; For Jaundicr; -For thb Cubb or indiorstiox) For Hiadachr; For the Ct aa or DieexTBRr; For a Fodl Btohaoah; For the Ccrr or ERVsii-a,LAst For Tub Pilks For tub Cl-uu or Scrofula t Fou alt. ScRorrjLotts Complaints; For tiih Curb or Krcchatism-, For Diseases op tub Skir; For tub Curb ob Livkr Oomplajxti For Dropst; For the Cure op Tbttkr, Tlmobs, ahd Salt liilECBI v -For Worms; -For thb Curb or CiOtrr' For a Dinrer Pilli For the Cure op NRfmtiiA; For PiRirxiRO thb Uloud. They are sn gar-coated, so that the most sensi tive run take them pleasantly, aud they are the best aperient in tho world for all tho purposes of a family physic. Pries S3 cents per Pox; Five Boxes for $100. Crest numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, Statesmen, and eminent personages, have lent their names to -caxtify the unparalleled useful ness of these remedies, but our space here will not permit the insertion of tlicm. The agents below named furnish gratis our American Al manac In which they are glv.ni with also full descriptions of th. above complaint., and lha treatment that should be followed fbr tli.tr runs. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations they make more profit on. Demand atkr's, and take no others. Tho sick want the best aid then Is tor them, and, they should have it- , , All our Kcmodles are for sale by t-Kor by sale W. W. Stewart, and J. W. Dietrich, Dayton. W. II. JOoi.ey, Oermnntown. (!ko. L. Kkskr, Mramubnrg. It. Mi Alexandre, C'entreville. And by all llruggl.ts and Dealers In Medicine. .-I'lKE. ECKSTEIN CO., Cin., feb?-lydaw Ceneral Ageata. Fresh Meat Every Day. GEORGE W. PKESTON'8 Daily Meat and Provision 5th tirut. 3 door$ eatt of Brown tirttt. Dayton, o., PEEPS conBtantly on hand Freah Meatcof a- every alnd. Butter, Eass, and VeafUbles, la seasoa. r roduae al vU ieor.pUoiie btelAable ean be had at his store. VAa he does hi own Butchering, tb Publleoan rely on procuriiiR Fresh yat cvtiv nukNmo du rtng the week. Me desires' the popie to know that on oMoxy loornlnf they oa procure meat slaught ered during ihe nrevioua night. Thay will plena bear thtsiu mlna. Thauhlul tor past patronage, ha solicits a eontla ukdc of i)uhllc lavor, detormlntHi to deserve it. , nrniemoer Dibatreet,lUoora Iron itrownstreek, mn-lyd City Property for Sale. APKS1KK to risil Europe, induoea mo to otffr bit nreeent'Heaitrrne. located on the north side of Third street, blow Perry, for aal. The lot ta isuieei irom ana aoo teat 0p( north end east an alley, on whu-h are three Dwelling Hoosea.a 'ea servatory, 'ole, Wood Houae, and asnny other tniprovemeots. The whole is handsomely arransred In a rarda. with a (treat many different kinds of choice fruit bearing trees, fciapee enough to make win, a great variety ol banly no wars and Oowarinr shrubbery oruameut the garden. A great many dwfereatklada of Greenhouse Plants, such as Oranges, Lemone, Fomegrauatrs, Hoses, alyrt.) s, Oleanders, aud other choice Fltnie iu ikeConaervatorye Alao. unite r of beautiful sturted birds, e. 'ibe pre oi I combine all the eoDTenUaeee ne Ciza?? for hiith aad comlort la the etty, as well as a largegaitlrn. Peraous who wish to purchase a baautlfiil home, are invited to eail and view the presa rrice reaaonaoie. ana icing payments. ui-md - . n. i i-AKGaTKOT. NEW WARE ROOMS! Cor, Main and 4th ats. Plain and Fashionable FURNITURE! ftofus, hairs. Totl-e. WhalNeti. lie-delrnde, Huth slsndi, Hat Harks, Hareaas, Ac. AT REAS NABLE PRICES 1 T WOl'LD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED, 1 that I hav. th. best aaaoi tm.nt of Parlor and Chamber Bulls In this city, an would Invite sou te call and sea lor yourselves, and at as low rata, aa ta.y uauti. oblalaedelsewber.. MBOAL.LION PARLOR BUTTS, lit ROSE W COD (SOLID) . AK. WALNUT, Upholstered la rep., with rich, MsdaUloa Caatrasw Also, la UruiUiatell. and Hair Cloth. A.lj.-,- - Chamber Suit; in Jiatewaod, ' OAK and W AINU T.coaiplal. AlUpo 'a What Note, of lb. ttnest order. - - I would My la suacluslQB that thay are aiaaara lured by aS4-ll', aad would b. pleucd tuaav. yo awui.andee. uiy stuck 01 Puraitjye, wbtbsr you bur oriwt. 0. P. BOTES, apr Cornaj f ttb aad Mala aSesaS., Palermo Oranges. Ofl BOXES Id. quality FekmtflOkBUiH, vv lntaa4iwfl 1 tv if iAAJBAflwae co -e, MM avM,S4st.