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Dayton & Michigan R. R.
Open to Toledo, I WD FORMINO-'IN CONNECTION A with lha rM ai.1 TMedr, n. W , "" ' il tft..h "r- lllw lo WUt Oh--g. TWO DAILY TKAINsi O. aed after MONDAY, A CO. 1J, reguUj trains will leave Daytoa Mr Tolel, W'toil eaa I' Mr a go. . . . ... .RlTM at eat, kill i-w i m V MrIIH P. I "n,m " good., ilfih emaf WlalTH. or .!. r..r S,ti-',ile-.wew..,ld.- ".I?iT.lu b."v New Vara e,l K..l-i on- f,m,l S u 1 1 i m " ""'' uT a T RIB'iyM !! I'liwegn, arriving ,., S'r..rt W.. t 1 P ., in H"""" o,.:...r. wit Me To. io""o vvlnaet! Weal. ..a. I..rlw,, I.i!n!ron rw o togaeau-wl, and arriving .1 : - ; N; i,"; ,.,r A. i r' J 'iu ., ..7, . .J.. , t. vi-ia.ii i nii4i luirc.ii i"u ' . ---- i llurutj, al... o n .t " oa B. . KKCOMU TUAin l-aava. Ua , p. m ,cin u Lima with ttaln.oa f. I. V. U. R. K at 11 jl.lallit, aaU arnvaa at t Ul' MO H tn m nakina: ilo aoatii arlln ;. train, torthownt anarjirth-aTa.. ami at lul t,lo. m ,oaact Ifi withall wordliiH trAl.4t Ht and north anU with, HtAai ftoatfnr t'ievel'A(l Anij Bulflo. - lrpin( Cf. aro attuhad ta all aijhl traloa b twfra Lima mod Vhico. ThroiRli 1'loaata (,ir Port Wayna.Tnlatto.Patrolt, rhl, anil iHiintl Wi anil Not ta-weat. Alaofor Pitt. Iurh, rhiUtlprit anil all It Mlrt. rltl, aarl for nil lt :1 polntsou tht UoH'-ifutMnaaoil lnjlar anoll. H. R .onn tl)'l tirclinroon ft. K iai.T(C- t Ant,l,ilin upot,!)!!.! oraa thaJlit. rant af aula on Ua Una. . 1 far al aj low a. OJ m'f o' nr raoia. p or-i . tKi r'.: . ,.r I'l-'kt. v vy of 1.lta. t V - lV,p rm'p Mi ! ( actv! !! 1 om If P.Ml or IVMl win (it Mtk riuip ia as tAviaii-a t ata aUwxrtl by : otliT'' -'Ei'iM!!.:... I Jlci Trisl.ubstwooT)jrU)l BJ ChtOSgO, ;iC lor and aa It FiUfNux. leurdo er Dotro.t i,4 M.eHOKMAKKK, Sup'l. GREENVILLE AND MIAMI R. R. 4 Mtt-VawX r-T Chnnieel I'liue. I laanaaftar Monday, April 11, 1.49, aatUfar- for i ar neiic-a, train, will ran aa tnlluwaa ' ita leare. Dayton Union Depot at 8,19 a. m.and i ao D (10 n. M. Arrive at Union at 1 1,60 a. m. and a .a .a i a ' ' BVTti.niBii j K&lUBCimu. - j, i Leave. Union ai 7,46 a. m.,ana ,45 p. atJ arrival at Dayton at III, bb a. n., an4 3.66, . m The 6,iio P. M train 1 nig linyton, makea cloaa connection at Union With the Kaprea. train on Ilia Rji.ini.in, roa.i for tmlianauoita. cuinectlne nn t It. arrival with tralna for Llaetto, IVrre Haute, and all nolnt. wet. north and norlhweet. For tickata and lurlhar information, apply to Saaual W. King, U.n.ral Ticket Agent, Colon Depot, eih ttreat. U. 0. 8IIH80N, Bup't. dac Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R. Three Daily Traine, via. Columbus. ThMngli tiokcU from Daywn to all Bait era 1UM, THREE DftUy TrniDtiih wny, Uavlng Dnyton lor 1 he Krtf m follow.: Night Kxprca.at liOK. m.yUy fcxprfio.A a.m.f;Aoooiumottion(iftp.am. ArrtvluK at Uyto, Accort.Btoilg.tioQ 6.61 .. mt. No. 1 KxureM, U,i--..m., 1at fcxprii, 6.i0 p. m. Tmina run by Coininbut time, whicb U7 mtouUi Iiiir thKn .'nylon ume Through tlckata can be had for all En. tern cltle. i oy ,M,iit,u , . ... y ., . .... baoot. Kt Third atreet. ahaytoa, Xeola ai.d Columbua Leal ea atg,t0p. ra., aud arrivca nt 6,6J a. m. AI. freight. Iclt at the Depot by 1,10 p. m., will e lorwarded wine day, hv g,3 p. m. Prclghta ar ivlng at A, alp. m., will be delivered ai a.toa. m. J. PUR AND, Sunt. C. Waama, Geu'l. Ag't. aprlJ i Dayton, Xenia & Columbus R. R. Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton R. R EE. C3 CSIS11S3 CUANOUOF l'IMK. ON and after Muadav April 11, 1859, Pna.ea. ft I' rain. illiaaTattia8thnrea(Daptt, Day ton, forUiuoinnatini follow.: Hetnrning iraina . A15.00 a P m., 8.04 a.m., 4,0(1 p. m., and 7,S0 : m. Will laave Cincinnati for Dayton, at (.00 a. tn. 8 0(1 a, m,, 4. SO p. m. and 0,00 p. m. . Tha 7.30 P. M . trin south will .top at O.rli.le, j Mi.Ulciown, Uamilton and Uleodala, only. aprO DANItSL MoLARKN ,op't & Cincinnat RAIL ROAD. WINTER ARBANQKMRMT. U I X The Mail 1'ruin leaves the 6th St. O, 1 'J Ueiiotat 0.16. at Urbane. 10.00. connect. with train tor Columbua, and at Civile with trnin j for clevelaud and the ha. tt alao with tralna for To- lado, lletrolt and Chicago. ! - cl'i'i.vii TIJAIVT ri...l..a I 11.13 h., ... , : .s.M..ri l ' a r.Z- . ' . ajaw,and allha.t.rn nolnta. ' 7 1) 1UlK" 'AKAIN Niht Kxpreae, . --y arr va.at aan.iu. at.,iu,oounecUpgwiin ............ . ..... - juhi-tf JOHN H. HUDSON. Sup't. The Great Direct EASTERN & WESTE'N CENTRAL ROUTE. OvertUe Indiana Central A lluy tou St Wesieru Kullwuyi. ON and after Wedneaday, April 20, 1859, Trains will leave Dayton aa foliowir Pint Morning Train luavea Dayton at 6:60 a. m., arriving at ImUanapolla at ll;6o a.m. making dl reatooiineotlon with Lafayette A Indianapolis R- R. for Lalavette and Chicano with Terre Haute A Rich mond R. R. for Terre Haute and Vlnceunea, with inuin.l mmnnapoiil n- n, ior iuiiviue,arriviuM at Chicago at h.oo p. m.. at Madlion and Louisville al 8:00 p. m. . Vinuenuea i:oo if. m.. Tvrre Haute at S:00 f M. econa i rain, leaves uayion ai ii:w a. m., arriving ai inaianairotiH at p. m., maitiug mreui c ounce -tion for St. LoutN,nrriving tn St. Louis nt :O0 a. H.t two hours in advance of any other route. Third Train leaves Day on at 6:46 p. arriving at Indianapolis at 10:60 v. m., mak ug direct conuee- lions ior au western points. apris MMKS M. SMITH, "n-'l First of the Season! The LARGEST aud MOST DESIRABLE atock Ot; READY-MADE CLOTUING! Gents' Furnishing Goods, FOR Wholesale & Retail Clothing House MEN AND BOI'S' WEAK, EVER BHOCOBT TO THIS CITT11 MAY HOW JBB SEEN AT THE CHAMBEELAI5 ft PABEER, Clegg'i Bulding No. 314 Third Street.' A LSO A choice ..lection of Which will be made up la the moat approved sty nn ai iuv anorieai none. For furthar particulara, call at CHAMBhHLAIN A PARKER'S, au2S ill Third atreet. CLOTH US, DOESKINS, CASS1MEKEH, VKSl'lMiH, e., OF THE LATEST DESIGNS! GREAT REDUCTION! But Cash Only! ' OfT0 rOBTrfti. CJlf T. OF A REDUCs iJ tion oa parlor UuiU, suck as FINB 8KrTBK8,'rJ0FArl, PARL0B CHAIRS, Marble anl WooJlan Top Tabla., What-Nots, Ac, under th. new arrang.meni of CASH ONLY. am not . ailing at Oinoinnatl prices, but a great d.al LOWER wahbiitsd. You have auly sail and ... for your.alvai, th. truth of my aasar- liOB. X am Agent ior LENT M PATENT SPIRAL SPRINGS. . whiuh f-r ohapn.ss and simplicity cannot b. paassd. Tk.o Springs ar. sold by tb. dos.n, any unaaan put them oa to a blat Bottom Bd. have also Enamelled, Oak and RMivo.d imitactoa Oharabw Beta ulna plaoM to a set eomething new fir this market, also vary losr for CASH. I h.V. now on hand thj largest and meat oona plaiito.kof da. aud ordiaarj r'arotture 0il.d In th. Dayton Mark.t, M. 0BMER. s.ptttf' Corner Mala and Id Sts. Fresh Oysters. - TlESTQUALITVOFOYSTEllS (t I J 1 1 will be served up tn any styl. .lied, at any time of day or sushi, aud anon aotiee, at tne BANK EXCHANGE, Jefferson fluect, just below Second H-plf JOHN kopp co. .) llOXESof extra nie. Oraneee, just at, f Mivwi tf Jla-lwd BRAMUENeUHti CO. ha. toe, Xhltd f Ueaa, 1 Ci 3' J n..it 1 m ?i. t J-JMiir, itfc.tik, whUhiimr' 1 tAt.4i. arevaled of pulled They are all mad with . . and all warranted tor Mgheet aieerianleal from the llr.lt' arora well oa all li .ahrl. to he., J leather, la Hewing -.. all alteaUo. of all tow new e,Pra.ly lor lee- , II ha. .we. .u;Mbrrt ,' It t,. .ily u, and ha. ret with favor to aOe' - .t-Illll . to lender .1 lmpna.1 fJaln. lU- . of order, or daramr. It. orwrallo... ,u .M jlnpl aa to aat.ml.k H, thai ao h.:S'i..r..i tt.u which . b. owM b kaml o loci. M il. owa tr,l. Tor rn.ll, aail la without ailouM, the haat Waol Tallor'a naa.avar oHVtkI to thmubllo. It la tiullarly flllml for plantation work, aa It la vary nltTiii yat anhatAntlal and durahla, with but llttla llat.lltty toffatout of ordar. Prloa tlSO. fc'f. f). 1 hi. la a naw and ehanpar atyla, aa4 h ranrl faaorlta for family, Llffht leather, and a varlatyol worn. Itoaabern (roltoa up with annvanlanaa of ahlpplnnanri alaoftir larfa manulae toriaa whara It la nao,anry to pkwo a numbar of mnotilnea Int4 lona: twnah making an. tab la anawar itiam all. 1'rli-a liao. MO. I. With Walnut or Mahnaany Tahla, althar with or without Box Top.whlah laaxa dawa. frloa tinn and 1 1 10. NO. t. Kama alia a No a, but maa with halt at a kiffhar rat of apaad. I hl. kind la wall alpt4d to mnnufaotura elothliur or laathar work. 1 Ma la raally I ha chaaprat "achlna In the markat thara la no fork dona on a Hawing Marhlna that will aot do. It la eoaflitantly aaarrtad lhal thla Maxihlnarunaaaalarthaa any BiMbloa now 1b uaa Prlra glWI. mi. 1. Thla V achlnr haa n long arm, to anemn- aifHiateiarga work, it nine at a high rata oi po ihina alao . " "!'r ' .A'na .i-kSof raferenoato rurnlahlnf a atrong and ilurabla, y nam ana taaty maontna, at a lea. price lhaa either the alMva. it runa very eaay, rapidly, and I. proaouneaJ the beat machine now la market for NO. e. Thla la a machine got up oa nn entirely new principle, dtlfereot from anything aver belore ottered to tiia public, and we confidently aaaert that family uaa It haa not an equal. It fa vary light oierat'loa. and uara a tuiiiht uttm i. it la arranged aa to ha ntterly Impoaathla for It to miaa tatltohea. II haa a tenalon on bot.,al,lee, andearrtee large aupply of thread on the under atKKil. The mot lone are gained by two amall arank. that run without perceptible noiaa. The two thread, are workedln.uoh a mannaraa never topullhoth attha aame time, andooneeqtieotly, little liable to break. The aeam la very einallo and the thread doea oat break In waahlng. It will da eoarta work batter tnan an cheap machine now In market, aa It uaea latlk, cotton, or llnnen with equal faclllt). Prieotae Ueriitlve t'lrcular. furnl.had gratia. WH1TNET A LTON Proorietora. D.J. TRUMP, Agent, Third at., I doorweet of the vaio pioca. i)ei -.juaaw. DRUG STORE. 1HO MAIN STRCIeT, BETWEEN MARKET AND FOURTH W. S. ROBINSON, (srjocReeoR to bi bbard Jj kouinsow,) 18 NOW RECEIVING AT THIS WELL. ,... rm N. v.,rk fhll.,lli.La ttaltlmoreaiid uinotnnati. a general Aa.ortment oi gooua u.unii) kent In a flnt-lAM ftrtiv Hioi-A. AmonK tht aaaortment may be round irnuins Lu bin's French Kxtracta for the Lnd.ea, K. Dupuy's 'KIm Me UiiUk, BAzln'a Franirlpana, (iltnn'i. Haule's HarrlMn'a, Wrlaht'a. B-rny'a an" omer auch iUitn'a. Glenn a. Haule ii Honev. .voerie, Fr&nf-pauB and Camphorated Soapa; Fonotne, Kra Iveaud Ouutne oltibrowa WlnaarSopf 0e, ao. L.1UUUKH. Alul: Una of Dura Lluuora. bv the bottle or pint for medicinal anil mechanical purposes. Turner's G Inset wine, aatl Blaokbsrry Brandy; superior Ca- mwdk wine. BURNING FLUID. Extra quality, suitable for Patent and Common Lam pi. OILS. PAINTS. AND VARNIHH. Of every poaalblr kind, color and quality. PKU11 in rreat variety. bouiht dlreetlvfrom the Manufac- turera, forcaab, and oan and will, therefore, be eold ejeap a. any hou.c In thla city. WhKHAVhrt liOLLANU lill IbllS, For which I am sole agent for thla ally and aounty. Dealeraaupplled at tha Manufacturer'a prices. PA 1 UM' MiiUlL'lNJiS, Of everv kind now In uae. UAIKOILS AND P0MADK3, Of a thoueand different varletiea. WHALK OIL tiOAP, For tha oartaln destruction of Inatets on Plants and Flowera. Costure Rat Exterminator, Lyons Mag. B8,j0 Insect Powder; Bed Ilug Exterminator, . .ra, thina n dttuitvo HKUBUHSi. Halg.Teeth.lall, Whltewaah, Bhoa. ciruh, Du.t- log, uarpet, window, paint, vaxnlan, Arll.t a a.. kc wltW'it numti,'. wiilTK LKAD AND LINSEED OIL, of th, r qu.iit,,wayaonhaad Claaa and puuv.riulULamuiiiiu I j,annw IrH. ' age extended to the late tlrni of H , fore natron lied the house. I am permanently located here, and expect to make menus ana austomers oy inir aeaiing . TOILET HOODS, In endlewt variety, and of best quality. A large lot of Varnish nought reoently at ioreed aale in New Yora, which Icauaell to dealera at lest than Cln- ainnatl prices. ALSO, Robinson' Hatr Tonle. co'ocne Courli Mixture. Dl- arrhtea Cordial, Horse Liniment, Hone Powder, Ao-, Ao., guaranteed to give entire satisfaction bloaa'a Condition fowder, Houghton's Peprin. PhTticians'presorlptionscarefuIly and accurately compounded, ot the beat medicines none other hall be used. To hit friends and the public general tr 1 would re turn my most grateful thanks lor the liberal patron age extended to the late tlrni of H. A R., and would kindly solicit its continuance, as also an examina tion of my atock by those who have aot hereto- children aent to mr store for anvthinr will waited up n and the same price charged as If their uarenta aame themselves. JUsT RECEIVED, Alanreaaaortmentof Fruit Jars of thelateat aty.es, aud Seallui W ax. BIRDS AND CAGES. Bird Seed, and, In abort, everything beloaflng atriotly to tuy bualaeaa. J16 W. 8. RODIItSON. NAIEN'S OYSTER DEPOT!! i NO. 60STHST., -a? opp.theO.B. Hetel, (TODD'S OLD STAND,) CINCINNATI. J NAIRN is receiving evety day, per Kx press, a very SUPERIOR quality of FRESH 0YS1E11S, j lowaat And will eontinue to supply bis auatomera during seaaoo, either at wnoleaaie or Hetall, at I lowaat maraei pries; wa win aeii inam oy ma ' half caa or dozen, and alao oouked In a auparlor tyla, at a moment's notloe. ptla-SmdAw I I T, K. WILLARD, H. W . WHIATOH WILLARD & WHEAT0N, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND MANOPAUTURBRS 0 FIND BOOK, NEWS AND WKiPPINU PAPERS! Tha HIGHEST Market Pric. Dald for RAGS. alao keep the largeat stoca oi, ana an more I I to sur. and I aver the largeat stock of, and eel! mc SCHOOL BOOKS Than any other House In Da-ton . jnw.aatv .Uliu Diisat, novll Near Mala. da ' at NEW GOODS!! FINKE & LEGLER'S Clothing Houso NO. 283 SECOND BTHEET. ' WE ARE NOW PREPARED WITH vary large and choice salecUoa of FALL & IVWTEIZ CLOTHING, All of our owa manufacture, which we will sell cliaal, aa tha ah,a.at. Uur CL - lOiH UbfAKl- HKNT Will ba fouad well .tutar.l with a tar. of I'LOTHS and (1 VKR-COAHMirt, HI.AlNand VANCV C ASliUEUES, AULK and V VESl'lNUS, Ao. We have alao ua luad a 3ae stock of FURNISH INi luoiii. I lioa. u ho dvalre to aav. aioo.y will do wall (1 u. a nail Mom ftiueu-eivg aieewliere -Pld Vl A DU1HD1 1 1 IT Ueruiao eherriee, pruaea. raueheo aud apiiaa, ail at ableti wtu be I ! lora, a. I. N.A W.H. GREEK'S, No.l.o,d.. UU Ci sale at HOX EH ilauiburifand Waatara-iieMrvs a iuat maalvd oa aoaauni-aefit, ai,d tauoj I, N. V. at. l.i..v CENTRAL ROUTE. Latest by Telegraph. CENTRAL ROUTE. Latest by Telegraph. Rowdyism in Baltimore. BALTIMORE, Oct. 12. L .Thm- K-n wv-re uTtfil down An ilia street la. nn "t, one l""n " rfi-li -tra, ind ilia oi hr mt Wuoy craft lying in lir.ion dock. No r- inf. l. At th ajBctioii ynnUrdnT in th 20lh wnrd the hnllot-box wn tmnnhad tnd no ra turni were inJ. Tha renult ghowt Dint nntnntliMd Toteri hkre born entirely exclu ded, notwithstanding this fact, the Itaform. r carry mrtn wanl and with two or three exception the moat objcctionkUe candidate were defeated. There ia vant improTiment in the character of the new council. In the 13th ward the Iteformere endorsed the Ameri can candidate and claimed him aa a Reform er. The friende of the Reform are greatly encouraged and hope to achieve a complete triumph. In the Stale election, the popular rote leaving out the 20lh ward, ahows that the Americana have only 3U7 majority, while they had 190U0lat election for May or. l"t little more than half the vote mi polled. mi a yfjie; Innh- j Prize Fight. NEW-YORK, Oct. 13. Lent ermine, the Prixe Fiehtera, Heenan and Morriarwy, came very near having a rough and tumble fight, in I'ark stroct. It appear, that thoy came in contact at the should co over into the Park to settle the matter. At once, both repaired to the Park, and were about engaging in a pitched battle, when thoir respective friends interfered and prevented it. It wax rumored about town, Astor House, where Huenan offered to bet Moirissey five hundred dollars that he could whip him any way, and urged, that they that they had a fight, but auch was not the' From Washington. WASHINGTON, Oct. 13. The Waxhincrton oorrcsnondent of the New fork 'lmr says, it is not truly stated in the disiiatch to the Uerohl, that Kngland naminilAil an avt,lnation from nur llnvflrn. ' . aunt or itli rnlhrenca tn the miiran nnrniieil 1,T Onneral llarnne. On I lie ravntrarv. the paper submitted by Lord Lyons was a pro- position for the settlement ol the dispute. As I the treaty provides no remedy in case ofa aisagreement oetween Douiwary coininic J . I naat ns sam tKann Kaelr nt tleot n. n. n ns Ul UCfl M7 Sill VfTH MJm. VU Jltdt I'l 1UVIUIWO) I anrl Rnwlanrl now anhmiln a nmo-ramma f, anadiustment of the difllcultv.in which she claims the Island of San Juan. Secretary Cass has just returned his ro-1 port to this proposition, declining in the most positive terms to recognize so much as the snauow 01 a title, on me i pan 01 J?.ngiana, to wire uiouuicu uuiuui ium to uv wivsuni i .u.iZ. r ..e....:,. : EnclanH tn UWn the n0It Klen. as we hnM imfwessinn. This turn in affairs ia reoarrlnrl as very serious, by our Government, and the result, whether it be peace or war, depends I entirely on the tenacity with wuieh Ureat lintain holds to hor pretended claim. .No action has yet been Uken by the Ad- uiiiiau a.ivii iooiviin. ty ,i w,,,i u,,i- tion which may have beon received recently from the British Government on the San Juan difficulty. An extraordinary meet ing of the Cabinet was called to-day. All the mo rubers were present but Secrotory lass. Arrival for the City of Washington. ton. NEW YORK, Oct. 13. The steamship City of Washington haa arrived with Liverpool dates to the 29th, received by telegraph to Uoeeostown. The Bteamahips North Britain and J a sera, frem iSew lork. had arrived. The political news il not important. The London Times, in an article relative to the Snn Juan difhculty, says that tho seizure ot the Island originated in the audacity and assumption that Kngland would be afraid to avenge it, and remarks that it is time to put a stop to such notions. Liverpool, Sept. 25. Wheat steady. Corn is declining. Ihe provision market closes dull, sugar is heavy. A disnatch from Zurich ravm that tha Prince Napoleon arrived there on Wednes- day, when separate Conference immediately took place between the Drench and Sardin ians, and the Drench and Austrian Plenipo- tentianes. A dispatch from Paris speaks of the activ ity displayed by the French, in getting out their expedition against Ubina. It would be ready to leave about the middle of Novem ber.. Tho Dictator of Modena has ordered 30000 Minnie rit.es. A dispatch from Naploa says, that the King had left for the Roman territories, with the purpose of having an interview with the Pope. The State Election. COLUMBUS, Oct. 13. The Republican majority will be 17,000, at least, on the state ticket. Jhe senate will stand 25 Kcpuhlicans and 10 Democrats; i: , i) v.i: i An i. jtejuwiiv.a(ia aim ly ,ciuin.Tiavl. Potwin's Majority. ZANESVIELE, Oct. 13. rotwin, Itepublican Kenator, hag a ma jority in Perry county, of 303. His major ity in the District is SUU. Kansas Nominations. ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13. the The Leavenworth Stats Convention, at To iieke, on the 12th, nominated the whole ticket, headed by Charles Robinson, for Gov ernor; 1. 11. ltoot, for Lieut. Uovernor. 11 T. Conway is nominated for Concrcss. The Convention was harmonious. The election for State olncers takes place in December. The Edinburg. NEW YORK, Oct. 13. The steamship Edinbnrg is reported below. from Glasgow, ller dates are to the 25th ult., and have been anticipated. Arrival of Star of the West. NEW YORK, Oct. 13. We The steamer Star of the West, from As pinwall, with mails and treasure from San Francisco, on the 20th ult., broke hor shaft, when one day out. She got to Key West with one wheel, and will be here Sunday. Buchanan Sues for Libel. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13. It is stated, on good authority, that Col Forney, of the jPrew, baa received a notice from his legal adviser that President Buch anan intends instituting a prosecution for against him, on account of the terrific ed itorial article on Brodericks death in For ney's Prtu of Monday last. A as .. snrtuiaut tit, YfcT to T. X. MC8ton KEEPS, in oonneottoo with hit supply Woolen Mmi.aturri trtlclci, a lar-ic full MhoitmDt ol,J.Hli.fc Kubber BjmDf, 1'noklr.c Pnliiujr Hum, Ao, Woulil etixoUllv oU lh tton ol tditlrn, Mnu(iM)turrt toM MitcbtnlaU nyiuMkoi uiuug, wlt.cti ! aity jrul heter thAa iu otJuu InLuil of itejltiug tot wwer avuU aur- blliLV. Haa alto on hand Laeluf Laathor, Belt Hook, 302 BBCOAO ST , DAYTON, apr"i-lyw auu for Pit, Hallaaaaa, Pl'IT., 1 before iamea Turner, ' va. uaytoa I p., outgom John H. Baku. UaTt. art auunt). Ohio. ON the 2nib day of Heptetuber, A. D. I860 aid Ju.tiM taaued an order of attach raent tha aiKv. aetloA for the sum of sv.uty-Lsht oo-iou oouara. oo !- - P. I. BALLAHAN. K.s.e!CMtor'a Notlco. VTOTIOE ia lieretiv siven that the under a. alrnad have be.n duly aiVHitnttMl and aualitl.d aa ex-ivutor oa ilia ..tat. of Heury MaUgar, late BtO-.lSfO-.ry MaUUiy, vino, ueaeaarq eett-twar fcAMUkt, flit I. 'i.m, DkMJAMIN MAr.OKR, SawiuMiiS, MARKETS. Produce Market. Wctrai., ie IMiittar l.nrd Cro,tn, par bo, J'CtS'.IO irtMi priae,per du i nui u Orar.lorrp, " Oorn Maal W On Inn " 60 Floor, r bbl., 4,Mia4,G0 a gT.it. Me ISfSISe OPffll.10 perlh. 19i o i r,A 12 1.IIU 1,(10 f,(HI i Grain Market. Wheat blink at Corn old New Harlav Kve Oata Flmaeed Whinky l,lnaed Hay Timothy aced Timolliy need by Jh quantity O lover need Ship a tuff I, no si 1(1 ssto 1,00 8.1'' ti:rtic$) ton i. so 8,50 $30 per ton Dayton Tobacco Market. TOBACCO Very dull, and no aaloa Wrnp- pere quoted at 5,Sc, and Filltsra 2(iit't. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, Oct. 13. FLOUR The market continues dull bat firm, holders contending for full prices, bat buyers holding bark. We quote superfine at 4,60(4.70, and extra 4.75 j.'Jj, WHISKY After our report yesterday, 1,400 bbls sold at 35c, being a further decline of )i,o Thla morning the maiket is stesdy at this rate, with sales of 900 brls. PROVISIONS The market has become luie' nd lb d"'" Bco fllin off. aoa nmuert mora ainpoitca ui niii. ouuiui- and Bidet could bobtind it b(SI0c more aaaily, this moroltiff, and the earn may b said of Mess Pork and Lard. GROCERIES There is no ue feature in the market A fair business Is dutog io the regular waj, at full prices. Sugar, TQi u..i...u iin). ... i.sa ma """ """""" -4' CUEESE The demand continues aelive at 8 for good shipping lots. BUTTER A good demand for prime, and Western Reserve sells readily at l(l17c HAY The demand is good at $17 for prime AA BPi-t trial VH . . . mm.. w n -r. , - . , OIL-A Sale of 50 50 bbls, Linseed at 5cc, 30 dJ. indicating better prices URA1N A good demand for Wheat at full rates. All offered ia taken, at I,05l,19 for prime red and white. jorn du,i it go ,nr old ,nJ nominal. New ial. 1)olde i0e but buy(!r, are no, offe.lDg An or 40c. 0" ln 'Dn', nd hlKher' Pr,m9 command, on arrival, 41(345. BleT unchanged, prime apring and full 60 3l70; the market is dull. Rye firmat7577 DRY HIDES The market ia dull and the tl.,de, are not salable on arrival at over 13 EaRltlEN, Wholesale Grocer DBALIB IhT Fine Imported Wines LIQUORS AND CIGARS, VEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND, XV a general variety of Fruita. He is alao agent for the aale of Old avuurhon Whlaty, NO. 3Ul.Sk.CUNU SIKEKT, Went doer to A. flump's stone front Dry Coeds tore, - UAiiuji, umu 100 Baca Prima Coffea. Jtl. U BHltiH. SO Bbls. Molassas. B. O'BRIBN, 100 Pacfca&ea Flna Teas, nd everytiitns tnat may be needed In B. O'BRIDN. B. O'BBIBN. B. O BR1BN. B. O BHIEN B. OBRIBN. Bngar, B. 0'8RIBW. 20 Dossn Wash-boards. B. O'BRIEN. A larga atock of Splcss, Cheese Nuts lOO Boxes Tobacco, 20 Hda. Sugar, 74 Boxes Boap, 40 Dosen Bnckets, 40 Bbls. Cr'd. and P'd. Madeira, Sherry, Claret, Muscat, Hi a store of the kind, for sale by a. v auiaa. WINES & LIQUORS. IS Quarter Casks Port Wine, xi. UBtufin, 20 Quarter Casks Brandies, Jtl. u HHiun. 2 FlDes Boll. Gin. B. O'BRIEN. ISO Bbls. Old Buorboa Whisky, B- O'BRIEN. 75 Bbls. Fine Rye Whisky, a. O'BRIEN. 80 Bbls. Rectified Whlakv. B. O'BKian. them (or their trouule. nihl. tt-ra and Malaca Wines. a. UBHia. 150.000 ImDOrted Clears, N. B. Aa mv atock la now oomlilete and well aa- anrlad. I Invite all who wl.h to et Fine Grooerlea, winea ana L.KrUora, iree irom uruxa, , oa,, aau a nie, and I will do ail In ir.y wer to oompenaate E. O'BRIEN. VV.R. S.AYERS No. 88 Main at. .opposite Court House, DAYTON, OHIO. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES, Foreign and Dotnestio Fruits, Nuts, Pickles; every variety ot t ruite hermetically seiiled in tin nnd glass, Preserves, Jellies,Cat sups, Sardine, Oysi ters, Salad Oil, Sauoes, tto. WnoA and Willow Ware of all varletiea. Child- Iren'aCaba. Toy Wagon., Wheelbarrowa, Rocking I Horaea.etceU. aprll FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGN! li bel, of mod t(eu. to J. P In and of I r . . , . nraa Nil I (1 PT V. II H Til ft SS (V, I HI II ' "T A NTTF A nTO"R Y' CREW & WARFORD, BECKEL'd NEW BUILDING, JeSersonst ..between Second and Third SIGN OF THE IIIU SADDLE, DAYTON, OHIO, ARE NOW BETTER PREPAREDTIIAN they ever were to manufacture every thing lo Saddle, Barnes, Trunk, Valise, and Carpet mg iine. Thev alao have theae artiolea, of the beat oualltr of atock and wnrkmatiahip alwa)a on hand, and aale at the lowaat oaah ratea Horae Blanktat Buffalo HoDea, Whlpa, Bruihea, 4c , alwaye tor aale. KHavlnc MMKirtrd Id addition to their elaae furoe, the aervlees of a workman who not yet been enceuea in me worm, aca wora naa taaen in prrmium at- ion unu fair," they lovlte rot If as en who deilre the work to oall and examine apectmena, and order Bain uravUoal worameu. eiiKtMd In the tualtiens for a uumtmr ot V'ara. aud having 'he beat work men and the beat alook to be had, they defy compe tition, and invite oomuarlauu ol work. Kfc.rAittir.uur allmciud, Donelnthebat manner, and at the loweat Tbev tuvite the ueuule from eity and country glvetneai eatl. , jyV-t( Choice Groceries. 5IIUUS. Choioe N. O. tiuiiar, naxrele Lav.rlug'a Crushed and Qrauulaked uar, . 1 tag. ctaan Rlo Coflee, Sbarrala twat M. O. Molaaaea, and 9u dosen Shaker Uroouis, reueivod and for sals by CUAHLK8 PusT. Jirlya y Kaat Second St., 4 doors from Main, . ' Bhaker Yarn. ALL good t;run,lmotliara( Moth.raand Auatsoan Hud the but aliakar 1 eco for aale by CHAII1.KS POST, augll-datv Kaat td St., sjloors from slain, FINE COT TOBACCO I I0HN ANiiKKSOS S "Holaee." J K Goodwin & lira's "Pressed." John Uornish A Co'a "flern." Just reoeived, and Tory One. v 'NEW KDITIOM""' Of Strait' a llammlt AT PAYNES. A MakoaI. Von KxncrTox jnd Adwihttia- tore, in thn fettlenent of the Katntee of Deoeaned Pereona; with Prantical Form", Ae., Ao. By Jonaph K, Hwnn, late Praal dantnf the Twelfth Judioial Circuit. Fifth Kditlon; Keviead. K.nlaryad, and Adapted to the Present Practice: ily 11. C. Noble, Attorney at Law, Columbua; with Noteaof the Knaotmente and Deoiaiona down to the Trraent Time: By K. J. Matthewe, Judge of the fuperlor Court, of Kranklin County. One Volume, 8to. Frice, in Law liinding, II, Ml. Thatharactarof awan'i Maaual la ao wall known, that It would aaam entirely unnece.aari , at thla time, to any a word In comnirnnntlon of it. Tha preaant edition la lieltaved to ha murh .tiparlnr, In rvary re.part, tt any one heretofore puhlt.h' di and tha ptibliaher amuld therefore aapeelally ranom mend It to tha attention of Membera of tha Mar, t filiate Judgea,and Knaoutora and Admlnlatratora. augia I. ;A Guide forQnardiana. AMO JUHT rUBLlSUED ANEW LAW SOOK. A Gulile, with Form., For Oiiardlaaa of Minora and Probate Courta In Ohio, aonoernlng lha Pelatloa ol U lardlan and Waul, with lllrevtlonaand Knrm., Incliullng Journ-I Kntrlca, for all atepa frmn the Appointment tn tha Unal fettlrment of a (Juar itlanai eontnlning, alio, the Uutlr. of (.uardlae., Wanla and rronate Jiuigea.in an mnn-n oi t.iiar dlan.nlp. Hy T.J Matthew., Judae ol the Supe rior Court of Franklin Couny, ohlo. One Vol., Bvo., la Law Binding. Price, 1, 00. augIS At No SO. Main at., Dayton, HOOKS Thefollowlnlng llat of NKW BOOKS, juat rea'd. By WILL A HO dt YV1IEATON. (lodey't Lady's Hook for August. Kmpress Catharine the rleoond. Disonvery of the Circulation of the Blood. The Tin Trumpet. Lndy's Manual of Fancy Wejrk. Hints to uorse-lveepera, A laWO, A New Series of Sohool Oeo?raphy, READhKS, HPKLLKKS, AO. Theological and Miscellaneous Books. A I.1HBRAI, niSCOVKT Made to CLraovnra and TcAi'ttrn.. Jf) THIRD STRKF.T, JylO One door Vveat of the Town Cloc.. ol I u, NEW WARE ROOMS! Oor. Main and 4th sts. Plain and Fashionable FURNITURE! jottta, Clin Ira, TnMra. Whatnots, nedsienas, Wash Stanrta, Hat Bnrki, Itureatts, Ac. AT REAS NABLE PRICES I T WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED. A that I have the beat aaaoitmentof Parlor and Chamber Sulta In thla oltr. and would invite you to oall and aee for youraelvea, and at aa lowratcaaa they oan be obtalnedelaewhere. nauueviiciun rAKiuanuiiD, IN ROSBvVOOD (BOUD) AK. WALNUT, - Upholatered In rep., with rich, Medallion Centrea. Alao, in Broohatelle and Hair Cloth. Alao, Chamber Suil.i, in Jtotcwood, OAK and WALNUT.roinplete Attapo'a WhatNota, of the flneat order. I would any lu cuor! uaion that they are manufac tured by my. elf, and would be pleaaad to have you coma and ae my atook of Furniture, whether you buy or not. 0. P. BOYER, npr5 Corner of 4th nd Main itreeti O e-l EH t O F-t V 1 . I 1 g a. 0 5. . M Jg tQ V- aw 9 a os o . I P 1 Ex a ajiga m a g 8 "2c .voo-- j?a-a it it i.e.;; Kill MYERS & CO., Wholesale &, Retail PHALKRS1H Groceries, CIGARS Liquors and Tobaccos, HAVE JUST REC'D. AND OPENED a una atook ot good. In their Una Flue Sugars. !TIolusr,es, Coffees, Teas, Tobaccos, Clirara, Ac. All of which they atand ready to dl.poae of on aa REASONABLE TERUb aa any other catabllahment In tha nitv. Tbey invite particular attention to laciriiuca, oonnuent oi ineir aoiiity io piaaaa. mvy FRESH Baltimore Oysters WE take great pleasure in culling the at tention of ourtuat'imera and ottlxena gener ally to our extra branda of FRESH BALTI'OHK OYSTERS Received Dally I y Express. All order, promptly BUcd at Clnolnnatl pi toes. Alao, a full supply of Cove and Spiced Oy.tera. D. & F. SHULL, Phillips House, cor. Main and Talrd streets. sept l . . JOS. P. HATES. HEN. W. MYEeS. ' GEO. MYERS. i K the lor Bits, haa i Aceat work. t rater to H.N.CLARK, SVCCESSOB TO llyicrs Co., ' Wholesale Confectioners, If o. 40, Main Bt . third dcor below 2d. CINCINNATI, aug 11. Oregon Saddler Shop! SADDLES, HARNESS, &c. WILLIAM MITCHELL Corner ot . Fifth & Wayne streets. DAYTON, O., Manufacture, and kaep. constantly oa handevarv vaaiety oi 8ADDLEHT, ..- B1BBEBB, COLLARS, TRUNKS, VALI8SBB, &o.,fto.,t Of tha best material and make. Itls th.only house In thiscity that manufaetures CUHLKD HAIR CASE COLLARS. 1 return mv sincere thanks lor past favors, paauaMiLlullv aollult a continuance ol th. aame. C'it liana and 'arm.r.are cordially Invited to and aee ma. . New Dntal Oulce j Dayton, No. 124, Jefferson street, near the oorner filth, in the reaidenoe lormerly occupi ed by L. K. Clatlin t Mra.Uuoduian. THM subaoriber haa removed hla office from Lima, Altai, co.. U.. and oermanently looatad aa above. All oparatloua pertaining to the practloe ol lt:utla try will b. K,rtoraietl In tha beat manuer, and style of tcutb Inserted that may be praiarred. Particular attautloa paid to lnaartlng his at.lsof falant roroeiain riate artinoiaj loetn. 8. A. SAl'TKhl'U WAIT, V. U. S. jnl Smdhw , - DR. FULLER, lctrinari Surgeon DA V'l'OiS, Oliltl -Graduate oftha school of Vetrtnarr Wedlotaie Surgery, ttoalun, maaaauusctta. Dlaraaea ot Horaes tclentlflca ly tree tod lathe .tallies of owners orlu hla Intlrniary. oiLua al sr. Joha Hheilat-raor's I Ivery Stable, Jerluraon at.,juat below Tiilrd. ludrmaiy In aiioy opposite aaat aud of elarket Hou, tu thaieal ul air. Brie. Ulna's Live atabie, . . Jul, It daw Sul N. & W. GUBBN, (Lata I. K. Oraaa,) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GR003E3RIBS, no. m a, Timtn st., ARB NOW I'RKPAREI) TO BKLL Xl Oood. to tha Jobbing Trade. Oor atoak la eom- pleta and aaiec lad with great eare, and wa buy for ca.h OKOlu.lval . Weoan and will aall (iooda to Sromt buyara at tha very lowa.t Iriaraat rria uyara are respectfully Invited to gtva ua a r all. 01) bhla. Pickerel, White 1- lab and Trout 30 11 N. O MnUeaei. DR. - 4(1 Hanks Hio Coffea. 20 " iearhes and Appteg. 10 bbls. liiee. tOOO lbs. Codflnh. 25 Cheats and Caddies 8ne Teas. 30 Cheese. 100 Hacks Salt. 25 dot. Ilrooma. 25 " Wa.h Hoards. Oerman Charrlea. Prunee, Fig., RnUlna and Nuta all a.nda, all of1 which will be sold a. uwas the In l.L I of lea nil LOWE nyll GROCEKIESsriUNG STUCK DIMM & BRO , TUP. IIAMNf, HKCBIVED TIIEIR Ive II E.4D OF TTAVK JUST LA or ON THIRD BTHBBT, few doors East of the Post OFFICII, low uuora nnn ui u """"l v.-nei-rr I Soring atoca, emhraclne la part lou u-ga l'rime Klotoitte. ri un Java and Mocba. Fine alock of all atnda of Sugar. AA.nnu pound, extra S. c. Hama. 4ii,iHm do do sbouldcra. Su,(Hio do do Side. I0,ooo lha. extra S. C lirled Beef. iK bu.h. choice White Pean.. St) butt, a-aurt d Virginia Tobacco. 60 elie-l. nnd caddlea aa.orteil Teas. 00 boxes No I (iermnn soap. Sit do Pure Corn Starch. 'it do Baiaratua. so do fnda. S0,ooe One Cigala. 75 ancka Dried Pencheaand Applev. A Inrge lot of Fre.h White Flah, Picker!, Shad, Baaa, Coiltl.h nnd Mackerel. lOfl I. Il. No. I Family Flour. mh2S - tub One Horse shoeing shop, THE Subscriber is now better prepare thun over to Moonmodat his old utomeni, and the u."io, in mr In tta various braoahei. Prtioutar attntlon will be given to nil lame honei, uoh aa tillt hooft.nntl hoof-bound. nndo rniln their feet. will be oureiUfttlfnatory to the owner of auoh hor ea, ana n not, money win d reiunuea. ALSO. Hnraet thnt Interfere will be nhodtopr vn( It. unA wrrM.ntoil. nr mnnpv rflfiindptl. He wlU peraonallj' uporlnlend nil work entruitd tn hlienre. Tht.uk fu I f or pnatfavori.he reictfully aiKi a oominunncc oi tne paironne oi niaoiu oui tomeri, and will be hupny to aocommodnte aa many Htw onee rr may invor mm wun n cnu. nprt-dawly NATHAN flIKFERMAN NEW WORK, at the OLD STAND mt a-a w...r.- ,...a BOOTS, SH01 , 4C.f Ml No. 1, Jefferson Street. "It la now left led that thei.AiTiNO health of awl men , wouien and children, depend on the condition oi ineiraoi-xsi" DAVID SCHREIAK W WTOVIA) KterEO'll1 ULLV SAY v? A TO the oittzena of Darton and aurroundlna aoun try, that hla Spring and Summer .tock la now oom- pit'ie, con. i.i intc o, an muu. oi lwiiw , iaatia-.-tuu .. I - . 1. . ., u t and youths Hoot., (.altera, and Oxford Tlea'. ' Having purohaaed hi. .lock right from th. facto- rle. for oaih, enaidea him to aellaa oheap,or ohe.p- er tha, any other home In thla city. He alao haa a largo .uimly of Men.' Patent Leath- er Boot, Gaiter anil Oxford Tie Top., which he will make to oruer io nr rne loot. He keepaoon.tantlvempl.yed the beat workmen, I and la prepared to do all kind, of Cu.tom Work on hortnot ce. ai.T.TOirp'Kil. na.ron.ge, and feel.ooull.lcn. that h.oan ptew .1. who order work, erBO Rdineinbar theold and favorite tilaoe.Sl.Jelieraon Blieft. ooiow inr luarae.. ayr... New' Arrangement! custom madboot3and"shobs, custom made. b00t8 and shoes, custom made u00ts and bii0k8, OF ISVEHY BTTLlt, OF EVERY STY LB, OF EVERY STYLE, MADE IN THE BEST MANNER, MADK IN THE BEST MANNER, MADE IN TH 8 BRIT MANNER, PROMPTLY TO ORDER, PROMPTLY TO ORDER, PROMPTLY TO ORDER, ANU WARRANTED TO PLEASE, AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE, AND WARRANTED TJ PLEASE, At the Custom Work Shop of B. N. DAVIS, No. 79, Jefferson street, VA x I UN. U. 11 N. LI. Eas D., having disposed of his stock of Eastern work at auction, will herearter devote his entire attentlou to manufacturing home made work, which lie will let up In any atvle to ault his patrona and the great public, whom h. will b. pleee ed to serve. He Invites ladlea and gentleman to call and leave ordera for work, and he pledgee hla reputation as a man anu mecnanic io please an woo oan oa piaaeea. myuati FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'SI S New and Beautiful Stylet of C assimeres, Vestings, :m a1 FTJBNIBBIK0 O00DS! -r-. a-.w nirtnair- , . . H Im NEW SI !.!.. U I I m aa f" In which to keep cool during the "Heated S a Term." "s At BKEBNH'B, C" No. 1, Main street, Dayton. B FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'SI sod oall in of any new and tba Oyster Season Opened!! BEST BALTIMORE Oysters, Received by Express Direct from BALTIMORE! Every Day in the Weekl TIIE Mulisonbers are no receiving dmly by Kxpreaa the beat quality of Oaltlm. tir.ter., whit h they u Ul warrant good, and aall by the cam, half can oacASK, at the loweat ratea. FanillU'sand lleali'rs supplied on liberal trrms. Orders solicited Irom Dealers In every partof the country. Hemember theykeep thebest In the market. W. U. liKANUKNltUKG & CO., sept I No. suo. Id atreet, Dayton. SMITH, it WESSON'S NEW PATENT REVOLVER! I-OB SALE AT LAN QD ON '8 HAKUWARE STORE, ISO. 78. MAIN 81Kfc.kT, THIS Pistol is tha liuhtost one In the X world that hat force. Weight only Ten eunaee, la loaded quicker than other Pie toll are cap pad. Ia aura tire under all alroumataneea. No Injury oauaed to the Arm or Ammunition bj allowing to remain loaUtd uny leutfth of lime. It La ao aim pie in iti tjouitrmnion that H ia not liable to get II Is I'erffclly Snf to Carry! Th. oyllnder holds sev.a shots. Two mora thaa other small pl.tola. myl FISHING TACKLE I AT Langdons Hardware Store Join iku Fill. Holta ai.60 tofauo. r-a Uraa Balance, Multiplying ai.i - m Plain KeeU,'6tu4lU0 each. Baaa Huolca, Baaa UtiluYa aid Tlpa, Uraai, HUk aud Linen Llneit xtra laiuertuk Uooka and ttnooda. myl For Sale. A HOUSE and Lot, on Main street It fa sqrs -from tba Court Houa., and snows aa th. i empcranoe Mouse, tne nouaa ta won oai.uiated fnr a Hutol or Boarding Ho uaa. Lot H front, by IS. fat deep. For particulars, taqulre of Jyl HRNRT lfI8S2NOa. COPAR1MBHBHIP. DB. WM. KIIW, PR. M. KU. LBAMAlt. T HAVH this day aanooiated with tne in the A Practloe of Medlcln. and Surgery Dr. M.Ed. Li man. ol tills city. uur otmic Is ou Third street, east of It. Clair, ooorweatui umo B'uni, Ua) toa, August W, lose. augtt ANOTHER NKW BOOK I . BONAPARTE'S GREAT WORkt. patvATH nt'triK to bb ai tii HIPFH.KNT1NO ALLIhad'.aaaa aa of the genital oi-gana of the inalaand frmaie, wiin inaiaraea di.aorarlaa In raproduatlon. Jlte atltlr'ted ahoulfl uaa no remedlea before learning nom tniaTaiuaoia work tha auparlortty of the au. thor'a Parla and Ijinitoa treatment nf nrlvate di.aaaaa hoik married l..J.i..i..hniililHiiiullt Ihla f book tella how to aura tha follow. ' -v Ing Ulaensee.andenliihtenglhoee i ... fipavl. fl unlit. Bubo, wvrtia A S m,neininai v t.iu"., ballon or rialf-abn.a, Laucorrnea or "P- raaalon of thananaea, aaniog Honnnnrte'SClreRtPreVeiltlVC U'""P"' . .. . .ffactuAlnrevent- oravent Prevent Pregnane,. Menstnatloa, Bar- renneaa, Rhaumatl.m, c. It treat a on m 'iwijary. Abort on, Mlwarriaga. ni.-7i 7,,"iV. ' i.i, afhnih i.ih. It telle how to dlatiiigutah pregnancy and how to avolo It. a. t'erlenl Maleguara agmna. v"-'"y Fortieth edltlon-ioo.oou roplea aoid annually. ki.k,. u.,ada, aeal. Do.t paid, to all parts the world, oa tha receipt ol eanta, or five cop. lor vi. Thl.alm la beyond nle, healthful and , yet effectual prevent- ...rnnirlHin with anything yat die- covered. It hna be, n proved by year. Ol sxpenenae, and In no ln.tence ha it laneu wm iFi,u v cordlng to direction. Married people who do not wiah to Increase thelrfanilllea, ahould be In poeeaae- lonof th a Inalruinent. i-ircr rc,iu m o. Or Bonaparte'. French Patent Male Sale! Thla article enablra thoae who.e health or clrcumatan caa. . not permit an incren.aol lamlly, to regulate limit lha number ol their ofl.irlng, without In juring thecon.lltulion. it lathe only aataana aiim preveniive agaiua. - --- . - above artla'a la ai.eclally intended lo fulfill this da etderatumt it lapcrlcclly aalei nomelallcaubaUnce antara Into It. comno.ltlon. lha price of tha French Patent Mala hnie.one oonar n. ,in,..., four dollar, per ball dozen, and seven dollara par 4OI"- . a..,- ,.,,. . r. Madame Mutier'a pemaie aaonnny ,a and rail ah la remadv for aunlireaalona and all femala dlaraaea. Ijullea ahould not uaa them during picg- nancy, ai they will produce mi.carriage. rrice.oua dollar per box extra Una fivedollara. sent to any adilrea. by mall, poat free. No letters will be an swered unleaathe contain a remittance or apoatage aTVnt-lAr.aridraaeedtoDr. E. Boa A PA STB. No. IBS. Sycamore atreet, between Fifth and Klxlh atreeta. Clnolnnatl, onto, win w . i.-. . . - " llr. B. can b.onau;ted upon all aecret dlaeaaea. He la unquestionably acknowleilged to be lha cham pion and king ol Venereal olaraaee. and only Phy lclan In the Union who haa traveledon the oontln , of Ktirona. and the onlv Doctor who haa vl.iled their celeorateu noapunia, a. w aa win, wji Lni. toalltniiaa whodealre to oonault a profeealon- al peraon.thereaullol lorty yeara experience in ma u.,.nil.l. of Kuronaand America Confidential oon- . , .,, ultntlun dally, from a. apri-iuaw . until 10 r. NEW TREATMENT. PtfU VATE ABU Confidential Medical Advice ! I 4 T the Buffalo Private Hospital -Estab- XX 1 ll.nao tor ID. Bur. , , lMii.ta, nam.i " - neaa and the Secret Intlrmillea of Youth and Matu rity by Da. AMOS k SON, Butfhlo, N. V. Office, orner of Main and Quay atreeta, (up atalrg.) A MOST BCIKNT1F10 INVINTI0H. An Inatrnment for the cure of genital Debility, or Nocturnal Kmlaalona, more properly known aa Sem inal Weakneea, etc. Can be permnuentl) cured in r ... . .. a tn min DiAnlhi. hv tha 11 U nf thla ln.trumant,when u.ed conjointly with medicines. Y0UNO MRN TAKE PAKTI0ULAK K0TI0M. fir. AMOS and SON take pleaaure In announcing s that they have Invented a moat Importaat In.tm ment for the oure of the above dl.ea.ea. It haa been aubjected to a teat by the moatemlnentphyalelana In Loudon, raria, t-niiauci.,,,,. ... ui v . ' a... aanlara.1 the onlv uaeful Inatnunent which has ever yet been Invented, for the cure of Seminal Weakne.a, or any ill. f a. a of the genital organ., cauied by the aecret hablta of youth. I'rioeTea Dels lara, by Mall or axpreaa. A CURB WARRANTED. Dr. AMOS and SON have devoted their attention avaitiaivalv to thla neoullar cta.a of mataotea, and the relief he h.v. oonaequantl been able to ren- Jar Ihelr fellow-enaturs. lafully te.ttBedd grate, fully acknowledged by jonvj aljv .ce nt i .atlen ta and othera dally arriving In town a P"'e uniry. ior in. "pre.. W"" '!' " ,; tlona, wnue tne " ""tu rh"; -' . . . " " "ri.T.,. i A.n. nave wfii. " ;:'.' ::..v"t; theae Inlectlovia comma '"' condition to that of the moat dangeroua and lnet- variably lounatna, a -""--"r . (ul wl u, -:- toonaor thetollowing oauaea: ignorance, neglect, or the Uletlecla of un.klllful or Improper treatment! therefore Ui AMOS and SON have tuoeeaded In diaooverlng, In the .election of their remedies, a afe, ettfcctual and cautioua oour.ej omitting all combination of remedlea which bear an equivocal character, aa well aetho.e who.e premature or lnju dlcloua application might be productive of bad eon- aenuencea in tno nanua vi priva. iuui,i.ubi.. ,u ahoit the laudable endof Ihelr remeUiea la the leaa anlngof a great mas. of human mlaery by th. allev iation, relief and prevention of thoae grievous af flictions that are In reailtv tha aecret foe ol Ufa, and which, while the; ao extenalvely aurround ua, call aloi d for our skill and lnt.rlcreuc. for their eatera a-lnun- . . , , UUUJNIltX 19VAUU9. Parannatn an Dart of the world may b. success fully treated by forwarding a correct detail of their oaae, with the remittance for medicine., .to. Addreaa I r. AMOS and BON, corner Mala and Quay atraets, Buttalo.N. Y. Janl-dawly WHEELER& WILSON, I 1 la It Sewing Machines. HUSIOfl SU1L111HU, Corner of Thlid and Jeflereon, DA VI ON, - OHIO. WE offer the Wheeler & Wi.Bon Sewing Machine., with Important lmprovem.nta, at a r.duction of fib on loi mer prion, and to meat the demand lor a GO(t, low-priced Famll) Machine, have Introduced a NEW STYLE, working upon toe same principle, and making tu. aame siui;n,inouiu not so highly nnlshed. at FirTla.Fi VH . DOLLARS I The eleganoe. speed, nolselessness and simplicity of the Mechlr.e, the beauty and atrength ol alitor,, being ALlkk) UN BOTH SlDhS,lmpoaalbi. to ravel, and laavlna no chain or rldae on lha under slda. tha economy of thread, and adaptability to th. thiol. .t or thlnn.at fabrics, haa rendered thla th. tuo.t iui oe.sful and popular Sewing M achlne now made. At our varloua omoea, w. .ai. at r. aura pri ces, and glv. lu.tructluns free of charga, to anabla purohaaera to aew ordinary aeama, hem, fell, quilt, gather, bind and tuck, all ou the same Machine, and warrant i. lur uirce ivn.a. skni) ur call FOR A CIRCULAR, containing fnll particulars, price., te.tlmouUI., fto. jaa io 'z . ' OHIO Photographic temple of Art AND DAGUEB.REAN GALLERY, COR. MAIN AND THIRD BIS., UAVTON, O. T HAVE RECENTLY KEFITTEDTH18 1 well-known (.Hilary with all the lmprov.mrata oftha Photograpbia Art, and hav. mad. it th. moat complete and attractive In the city. I hav. procu red th. right to us. the Solar Camera, the moat im portant Improvement In Chotograpliy, and am pre pared toenlarg. te Lite Six. on Canvaaa oi Fapar, Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypee, or Mia- laturs Portraita, Of any kind, and hav. them colored la Oil, Crayon! Water Color, or India Ink, by the very beat Artist, Those having amall ptotures of deceaaad friends, oan by th. abuv. process, scour, a correct and dura ble ukeueae one that will be valued at all tlmea. 1 have aasoslated with main tha Photograph led. partment Mr. O. D. FINCH, one of the beat Artlala In th. United State.) and cordially Invito all to call and aaamla. hla.peelm.us rocully .iUarged thsy apeaklor th.iaselvea. tuiT All work wabsanthd, or no charges will be made, mhl T. J. ROBINSON. NO MORE EXPLOSIONS! Qreonoogb's Carbonlo Acid Oas If on Szploalv Burning 1 ).. HAVING MADE ARUA i M with Prof. B. F. GactaouoH, f n . original Inventor of Camp ha ue and i-ui, ' . i 0 for the exclusive right to manufaMiti .ui . 'j NON JfXPLOSlVK liUKNifJ. llw, In Dayton and Montgomery county, I am now pre pared to oiler it to the public Having aeen and made a great variety of the uoit dangeroua expert man ta with the Fluid, I am fully aaiured that It may be used with I'M.FKUT SAFETY and without the allghteat poailblllt of aaoldent. and will not exploU under any ordinary uae of Burning Fluid. I have tully teeted Ma merit U preaenoe of all of our beat tliemtitf , and many olti aeua. All urouounae it of the utmoat importance to every lamuy an a aaie anu uruuaut i.igu. it ta i ubh! In the aame Lania aa the eommom iiuue more eupvniive in me aoid at a very ight advance Ir. W. W. augj. Fluid, aud although a llltle more eaproalve la the maooiaoture, will oe l over oouuon uid. BTEWAKT, UruKiiiat, Mo. a Main atreet, uaytva. AVANTEDI BY a food tenant, with a aaiall Tamily, a amall, oomfortab.a hou... In a .antral location. aent not to easeea two, a.iMuire at wis i aeplMl