" ' OP EVRIir K1!D, fUCH At
LARGE AND SMALL, -
AUCTION. SALE' BILLS.
At., AC, AC!.,
HUNT TO THE OFFICE OF THE
By the MnHHINll TRAINS, will hii printed and
tli work ret irnt-1 by tho KVBN1NQ TRAIN
u inurs noncnATE.
OFFTr E. Third it., between Main and JelTerson
St., liny ton. '
Vaii Goo tin
Til OS. SHAFFER'S,
KO. 03 MAIM BTREET.
A l.ni'KO Slock of Oooil
Ionic with your Ciiali
I AND UKT . )
m a ui a u m ' &
SALE OF EXPRESS GOODS!
list op onong RaM AIMING iff THB
. UNTTKD STAT RS KXI'HHSM OFFIOK,
AT DAYTON, OHIO,
YlflU-L bo sold tr the highest liid'lor on
v V the 6th of Novemlier, tho, at one o'clock, P.
M., If not called for and cirge. paid, before that time,
1 box, Janica Irnniildea;
I pack, J U. IIu.b;
I boa, I). Kojrcrvt
I O bag, Mrs. Batti:.
I box, do t,
I pack, No mark! . .
1 box, W. II. JcunlTn;
I box, J. S Bently;
I atove, J. W i rt
I T K, John Iiankalt
T K, A. H. Tucker; -Anil
a number of oilier parcel,, A,,,, to tedious to
mention. T, M. JOHN. Agent.
Hkax (luARTrHs an Bnifl.if:,2p hiv.O. V.M. )
Oavtun, October U, $
No A. Thi (itifttltlo., rtwtori or rompliy
A, No. lt iLnfuyplte (uki-(1n)) ut the lut IlOKlint-llt,
M Brltradc.sa UlvUlon ( V. M., will uivat At Kroh
Inn Htli, in tliecttyol Uftytoo. on TuemtAy. Octo
ber iisih, lUSJt, between the hour f lOooiock A. M.
Ami a l M,, nnil thorn priici-w1 to f leot, by ballot, one
t'antfilii And one Klnt J.tf utiiAnt.
- 'i'hf flection will lfttinim ifti In Kccnrdnr with
the prox lilniit of tho Act o( Mnich UBth, !Hfi7, nril
the poll hook will be tvturnu.1 t Brigade Iipa1
quart oib aeiooti ni tnnde up Andnmlfd.
Uyonlrrrf c. L. ai i.anhioham, Brig. Ren, 3d
Hrlgmlo, 2d Divltiion O. V , M.
D. A. HAVNKB,
OQ'tO-tt BrlgAilft MAjor. .
THE FINEST IN TOWN!
; AND NO MISTAKE!!
I i. at v. m u (k,b aro now ran tin
A dally by Kxpreai.thanoaat Baltimore Or.t.r. of
ina aeaaoa. v e are me only Weatern Affonte ror
i.m 'wuipiNiv. mu, a wg reoeire mm atreot from
the Hacking llouae, we eaa and will tell them to
ueaera aou lamiuua at unpreoenented low price.
f-irnar Kiv, ua a iriai. e warrant all oyatera aold
hy ui to he freali and ood. Kemcmbtr the place,
No. ai Third Bt. , llaytoo, O. ootltMltf
HIIK fcitibsflriber takes (rrent ploaenre in
A calling the attention of hi, cuitoineri and cltt
jeni generally to 111, extra brauda of Kreih Balti
more Oyateri ri oolved dally hy Kxproaa. All or
drra promptly tlllpcl at Cincinnati prlcce. Alio, a
fie una alao Juat received a largo and choice mpply
of ovory poaaible atyle, end Uouficliona of every
Alao, Toya of every conceivable ahape anddealgn.
lu a word, he haa every thing nice la bin line, and
Invitee the public to callaod examine.
K. J. WKLTV,
. Jiotlo tBBuItdlng, Main and Kourlb.
New Cloth'g Store
1 1 AS REMOVED TO THE UOOM KE--A
cently oocupleil by fALVATOK 8CH,:FFB,
EAST SIDE OP MAIN ST.,
Whore he ban o.ened out a Urge, new atock of
He la alio prepared lo manufacture to order any.
thing la the line of OKNTIjKMKNS' CLOTHING
with neatneee and deapatoh, ootn.3m
nit received 5U0 bnzea, of OUM DROPS,
Chooolato, Mixed Candies,
All flavora, Mugar Almond, f'onveraational Loten
ea, o. Wliolaaleand Ketall.at
oct7 BHANUtMBUItG k CO'f).
f 8 a'il! prepared to furnish tho best quali
A flea of
Youghiongheoy, Perry Co.
INFI.I.K. VILLU cokl,
BlJASiONtU WOOD, Ac.
Feraoni will llnd Uia Coal eoane and clean. The
Iwat brought to thta market.
Yardaud OiUue.un Tulrd street, near the Xenla
. I'e)t. aovta-ivdaw
(JOOD NEWS,GO()I) GOODS!
No. 911 IsHsl Ilfih Mreet,
I I AS JCST KKCEIVKD, AND IS NOW
I otferlPK to the publlo, at icdueed prioea, for
VAHH, tit UrKrt aui bent AMtortmrnt ol liHY
O-iO IH ever opened out In that pArt of the olty.
The LAdlet nhoiild tXAailue my atock of
FASHIONABLE DRE88 GOODS,
Delaines, Cashmeres, Meilnoea, BUks.Calieoaa,
Hoops and Hoop Skirts, of all descriptions.
BONNETS AND HON NET TK1MM1NUS,
Hibbona, Flowers, l.aoea and Linings.
Head, of Families should also see my atock of Fa'
brloka, selected tor Mielr benellt, suub aa
CLOTKS, SATIN ICTTSf CA.SSIMEKKS,
Hllk, eaUaand Fancy Veatlnga
COTTON AND WOOLEN FLAKNELR.
Brown, Bleaahed and Culored etuallne, Hbeet
luHa, with Cotton and Woolen Hoalery of every
All very low for CASH,
b. r. WAIT.
Strayed or Stolen ; ,
A WHITE MAKE, with a dark, Iron-grey
Colt, from the uoderatgned. Klve dollars r
ward will be paid ror the delivery of the stars and
Colt at The St. Charles," In I'.ylon.
oetss-dtf kUWAHU ITANLEr.
;'1)A1TT0N()HI0," THURSDAY. OCT. 27, 1S59,
v . v
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THE DAILY EMPIRE
FPlOW OP UmL.tOA-rioedr
Inpirt BuiMug, Tbir4 U.. Soils list sri, I til t JrlTcrw
10 oeatep.r WMk.ptjrablnto thsatrrltr,
Slngleogplea.patup la wreppara, Soeute,
The Cincinnati Typ Found.-v Oammm )
our duly uthoriced Agent to make contractu
nil receipt rnr Advertisements subscription,
Ac, la that city.
To BtratNaasMsil. The EnmlreJob Room
reio complete trim, nd w arc bow prepared
to do work of all descriptions In the bent atyle
ounear. van in ana examine our work And
learn our prices.
O r To Anvxaviaxa. Adveriiamnta or
Noticee for the Kmpir mint be banded into
the office by Ira m'cltck on the day they are de
li red to ba published uttUlrr. We cannot
agreetoineert them after thethour.
LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE
deairs to hay advertisements
inserud in tha Weekly Umpire abonld band
thorn in by Saturday morning, at the latest.
30iir advertising patrons will peroeiv
that, by our arrangement of reading matter,
tbeir advertisements will be always nne a
very important matterto them .
ILTSee 4th page for Telegraph Reports.
J A nrgro named Osrlotte wa see lurking
about tha the corner of Main and Zd.last even
ing, in front of the Dry Goods house of John,
V an Doren at Co. At a moment when he
thought he waa not observed fcs grabbed
piece of goods at the door, and made off with
it. One of the clerks who had watched his
movements (mediately gave the alarm, and
stnrted In pursuit. The fellow waa caught a
short distsnre down Msin, and handed over to
the police who lodged him in jail,
A Locomotive Stimliko. a Hiirsa I Ycster
day, ns the Irsin on the Dsylon 4 Michigan R.
It , was going North, taken aloog lively by one
of Roger's Locomotives, in cbsrge of that very
competent and careful engineer, Charlea Cog-
gin, I lie pilot picked up a two year old beiffer.
pitched it up into the recess in front of the
boiler, and after carrying it 6ve miles, the ani
mal was Inkcn down from ita cony position
when it walked off iuto the woods and com
menced browsing, juat aa If nothing at all had
happened I Charley thinks that as it psid no
rare, broke no bones, and was put off the tram
ss soon aa hs had lime lo attend to it. nobodv
ought to charge his machine wilh stealing I
Ana 1,'liaricy is right.
flMHT miivino. Lsst night the bouse of
Mr. Webber.'of the firm of Pssco & Webber
wss entered by a thief, who proceeded to the
bed room of Mr. W and robbed hia pockets of
about yuu, csh. It believed that chloro
form was used, aa Mr. W. infers from a Decu
liar pain he hod in bis head this morning. . Mr,
w . bad only n ceived Ihe money last night, and
he believes the thief waa aware of It j The
houaes of several persons In Oregon were enter
ed on last Saturday night, their bed rooms
entered1, and their pockets picked of yarious
sums, ranging from $5 to $10. They were la
borers, . and the money stolen from tbssa was
the wagea they bad received for their weeks'
worki . .
A lsw should be enacted to make it a penal
offluoce to aell chloroform to any but well known
parties, pbyslcisns, or oa their prescriptions.
CTVesterday evening waa the most blustry
weather we have bad for years. What added to
the annoyance of pedestrians wss the fact that
the atmosphere waa literally filled with dust,
and at times it wss almost impossible to breathe
upon the streets. About 10 o'clock, P. M. the
wind "blew a gale." Looseehutlers,sssh,and
loose things generally, kept up an outrageous
clatter for about half an hour.
ETConduclor Conover informs ua that a new,
rst ctaas eating bouse haa been eroded at tha
Depot at Lima, where travelers esn get meals
at any time they are ordered. Mr. Wm. Tingle
the proprietor, ia a gentleman who understands
the wsnts of the people, and will have them
supplied promptly, in the best styls of the art
cuisine, and at fair rates. This will be aa at1
tractive feature at the Lima Depot. Make a
note of It.
CTRey. Zelora Eaton, a Baptist Minister, and
long a resident of Troy, died in that place on
Tuesday evening, 35th inst, aged about 67
years. Mr. K. wss formerly the editor of the
"Independent," s journal published lo Troy
some yesrssgo. He wss s re slous SDti. slavery
man, but managed, iu the advocacy of hia pe
culiar belief, to retain tho respect and esteem of
all who knew him.
tT A gentleman, to whom we applied for
items yester evo. gave ua the following, to
which we give all the significance it is enti
A marrisge took plsee on Taesdsy evening
between Thomas Aster. Jr., Esq., and OrasJ
Ball. It is ssid some of tha he... n,.,l. vl
jetted to the ceremony.
I bat's a highly colorsd item.
(Whenever we hold the fallacies, heresies,
prevaricationa, dodgiaga, lies aud meanness of
the Journal np where honest oiea may look
upon and condemn them, the embodiment of
mnlice who doea the dirt for that sheet setts off
on s sniffle, and charges that we are vilifying
(be Ropnblican party I What a Munchausen
the fellow is; what a perfect Muggins I
17"Ths Ticket Office of the D. M. Road at
Troy haa been enlarged and put in fine trim.
It ia now a credit to the locality, and CspL
Mayo presides there with his accustomed
promptness, dignity and good humor.
CTFriend Woodbull, 3d St., a few doors east
of the Post Office, ass every implement which
is needful lo the agrleollrist, horticulturist and
floriculturist; and, indeed, nearly every article
indispsnsibls is the domestic economy. Wood-,
hull haa Uksa a lively interest ia the agricul
tural and industrial affairs of this Valley, and
deservss to succeed. We hope our patrons
from the country will call at hia place when
tbey viett the city.
Srovta, Tut Wa, o.-WscUtbs alien
tion of our readsrs in tows and country to lbs
advsrtisemeat cf A. W. Rioe V Co.. Huston
Building, corner of 3d and Jefferson SL They
have the very beat or everything in tbehr line,
end aell at prices to suit the times. This Arm
is composed of first class men, and their goods
are worthy of the men.
tTCallsadsr, the clever bookniler and ataa
tiooer, 3d St., Oleggs Building, baa siaenr
other very aioeaad useful articles, Dia'les for
iom Thsy are Tory attractive. Get one in
WTbs Okie btaiesaiaa asys "Par rot t, ol
Montgomery, ia sort of spoksa of as IbeOonrin
Bcbeock Speaker of tho Bouse of Represent
Will the Republicans of Pay .on sualain
their patronage. S paper which sligmslires their
city ss being coaeerned in the nonepirary
1 1 r- . . . . . . .. ."
n.rjnTra ferry - n is lime was gun
The above ebsractetistic morcsaa is from the
Dayton Journal, the orgaa of the f rsiew Re
publicans hereabouts, and Is directed against
the Empire. A baser lie wss never insinuated
than ia conlaiusd ia the above paragraph. Ws
have never stigmatised thit cit as being cen-.
earned in the eoospirscy at: Harper's Ferry
1 he assertion that we nave done so Is mon
strous; no oue knowing ns would believe ne
capable of etter ing such chsrge; aay one
all cognisant of the facts ia the esse will feel,
on reading the language given above, that It
a malicious falsehood; so utterly deetitnto of
truth end decency aa to demand ao denial. The
mau wbo will utter such language, knowing
to be dealiute ef tmth, ie truly to be pitied) his
cup of iniquity ia about fulL . .
The only person, directly Implicated in the
Harper's Ferry eeaspirasy, that la or emu was
t residual of Dayton, is a negro named Oopev
Ian, We hardly believe our mention of bin
will be construed by the Republicans ss "Im
plioating thtirettj " - The idea la too ridleu
lous for msutioo more than onoel Ctiinn Cope.
Ian, we ere Informed, was quits s dashing ehsi
actor while here, and waa the seducer of ascsKs
girl in our city 1 If the Journal is disposed to
defend Asst. and call down, the proscription of
Ibis community upon us for denouncing a "lew
lived aigger," and "his likes," we will tot ob
jsct, but leave the matter, wilh .the public tu
whom he appeals,' If the course of the Joarnal
on this thing Indicstesany thing, it is the di
rection la which iU sympathies sre directed.
Finally, we bare aot, iasnywsy, implicated
persons here or elsewhere in the Etrper's Ferry
conspiracy, who hare not, by their words and
conduct in some wsy implicated tbemselvee.
We have had the warrant of all such for every
word we have written about them every thing
wo have ineinuaied. No man wbo doe not
aympathiz wilh Brown and bis cause, hsrs or
elsewhere, baa been "implicated"-by aa in
Brown's "work;" and the Journal oanaotsnaks
sny man of half seuse believe it.
O7 We do not propose denounce any par
ty for the bad acts of eosaa of it leaders and
Journalists; especially do we abstain from tbia
when we bave reason to believe thst the rank
and file do not approve their dangerous dot-
mas. V) e reasonably expect, however, that the
Conservative, patriotic aitu In every psrty will,
when they see the baseness of would-be lesds
srs and oracles, they will discaid them, and
compel a return to correct principles and prac
tice. .'We remind our readers of the murderous
scenes recently enscted at Hsrpsr's Ferry by
men wbo are avowed Republican!, and wbo
clsim lo hsva seriously atiedipted to carry oul
the "irrepressible doctrine" of beward, Old.
dings & Oo, . Thif affair waa a legitimate reaull
a belief in - the fanatical, intensified repub
licsniam, aa taught by the great leaders of the
psrty. There is no wsy to evade thia eonclus
aton. All tha twisting, turning, screwing aud
writhing of the fanatical press of the country
will not be able to ignore this lamentable fsot
We oall upon the conservative people ol all sec
tions of the country to reflect on the doetriees
the Republican psrty, ss now expounded by
its l'der$, and to observe the. fruit Iboy are
bringing forth. We ask them whether tbey
are willing to see the country kept in a con
tinual state of agitation, ita laws violated, its
eitisens murdered and robbed of tbeir property,
subserve the interests of political parties sod
pol itical demagogues! Tbia dsngerous trifling
must be stopped, or we are lost. Let every
right minded man in the country purge himself
from this Baow Republicanism.
IsSrTbe announcement of tha marriage
F. O. C. Darley, the artist, at Cambridge,
Mo., oa Thursday last, lias already ap
peared in our oolumna. The bride wa a
daughter of the lata W arren Colburn, noted
for hi mathematical acquirement. Th
ocremony wa performed in th old Kplsoor
pal Churob, wbioh wa crowded on th or
oasion with the elite of tha academic city,
including a remarkable number of beautiful
girl. At the subsequent rounion at the
boas of the brids's mother, large and dis
tinguished party assembled, among whom
were Longfellow, Lowell, Dr. Spark, Dr.
Walker, Professors Felton, Pieroe and Eus.
lis, Mignot, th artist Ao.
tT Oscar Gregg, on of th proprietors of
the Albany, I a., Tribune, died of typhoid fever
Mew Albany, 00 the Slat inst. Mr. Gregg
was an estimable young man, and wa greatly
respected by a very wide circle of friends and
acquaintance. Th firm of "Milton Gregg A
Sons" waa first broken ia upon by lb dsath
th father, Milton Gregg, lut apiriog. Mr.
Oregg waa aa amiable man, aod writer of
ability. Bi (oa, juat deceased,' was a writer
promise. The psper will now, we presume,
conducted by the only surviving ssssnbsr of
the firm, Dennis Oregg, Esq., upon whom, for
some time, hs devolved the financial affair of
Tribune. ' We sincerely condole with Mr,
Oregg in his sffliclion,'
The Empire ceatiaue ita vile assault oa Use
Rap ublicsn psrty . -Jeorasl,
W bav repeatedly lakea eccaaioa t call
down old rrfscii. of the Journal from hia
loflly assumptions. Whenever we have thought
proper to refer to his lying, aod alanderoue at
tacke oa the Detaoeretie - party, law coovicUid
old bypocrit imssediataiy calls it aa attack
tba Republioaa party. What w have said
a former occasion w now repeat ''God
forbid that anything ao disgraceful aa TVec
s Oomly should svsr aaau ne tha properUoae
any party ia America."
tT Bon. John T. Mason, whose destk w
have before announced, wa born in Virginia,
graduated at th University of North Osroli.
ia 1BK, from which iostitutioa he received
degree ef LL D. adopted the profession
lsw, and was a Judge of the District Ooort
ofVirginis; b ws RepressnUtive ia Ooa
grsas from Virginia from 1831 to iW; a mee
ber of President Tyler" Cabinet, as Secretary
f the Nvy; a member of President Polk' Osb
inst, first a Attorney General, and wa sseoods
ss Secretary of th Navy (and wsssppois.
ted by Presideat Pieroe Miniates to Fiance, in
which position h wa continued by President
Buckaaa till th dsy of bio alee Ik.
IT W learn that lbs "belt," which waa wea
aot long siecs ia the P. It. by on of our elti
aene, waa awarded the other day te aaothsr one
our siUssns, whs, la a mealy trial "milled''
aaetber gentlsesaa oa th street I Who will
nest claim the beltT ' '
C7We bad a sprinkle of saow this Btotalng,
and lb tmophr had more of a wintry hag
about It thaa wa agreeable, oa sock ihortsao
ITTbe wood brought to this city by wagona
aold pretty nearly aa (sat a it arrive, .h
pike raagst at previous ngur. '
1 f. The grimier of the Harper's Ferry Orgs
oa Main street I making til bray that he will
'ermh n cull" He elte th islly Dayto
Oiftwi as S foe who Ml before the preweee off
hie Fod blvfo r Our fate I indicated by th
amine aa slinks of that imloent index finger,
lis i breathing sjsnghter, and hi anrdemu
lieeiih Is directed toward us. He will succeed
ia It i Aeaigns ape s, ealy when "be esA pro
cites arongh ef hie Insurrection tympatbicers
to " ;nt" us; perhsps destroy onr office. It
1 be Jane that way. The fact is, we en
r te tmst every body Mrly. Tho who
SMt i(a Ifnitor in y wsy. We .rtri
ily oVrvrve. , The Journal led ths way in
this isHirse oa tba reeeplioa of the sews from
H , r's retry, and stumbled down from it the
neat ;iay "like tboeow who gives a boeket
fit!'! i-f milk, and .ban kicks It ovr "jln
bsoiut, wall sa a social and political point
of yiew, w endeavor In eoane np te the mark.
We bar as good priuting matstial a eaa be
found ia any offics out of the ieryer cities, and
W mt tla . hotter work thaa sen be dene ia
moat printing offices. The people kaow all '
these things, end ill eontiane to patronise as I
j.4s ktis; MWs treat tbem ,-welL and can
pl sK-a ia our work, despite the whining,
sear ir :; Mid snrpiog of ths Journal. 1
We ftrenotso. unreasonable a to demand ef
our r4'Me Us they agree with sat In svefy
tbisf vesey. We doubtless differ open man)
)oe.- ,. ss. We expect tbem lo tolerate ns ia
ever, . leg reputable; we expect litem to permit
bf te tr-i rrrres an opinion .upon" all
quesl x irt eticb honest mra may differ;' ws
do nb j.ie i iWu t uphold ad aid asia trees
ooebti f pteeivw lieir eooatetiance or
patrtujfjye sbould we ayopethise with trailers,
la tha m.wo timew will labor for tb beet in-
teresv : f our city and tslley; ws will szsrl
ourscl , e we feel It or duty do, for the
ladivt-!"al and general interest of the commu
nity In which wo resid. and wha have, w sre
gratified o My, greea axniadant -evidence of
appreciating our effort. ' Wewill etriveto sner.
a ecaiiuuetwe of the heme.' Pile' of tha
Ustly Empire 10 ent p-wek, rrsysble to lha
earrier, or at this office. The Weekly Eranir.
(which is made p of .the choice mstter of the
Daily ,),lssfforded at l,f0 per year, payable in
advanoe; ' Tb Empire Job Room offer sups
nor laeiitije ror doing work of all kinds prompt
ly and In a atyle superior te any other office In
this Tly, The proof of this can be had on
trial. : ...
Sir Alexander Bannermsn, Oo pernor of New
foundlaad.aeeempanled by hte wife, is on
tour to lbs ynited Btate via New Brunswick
Then sre In Salem, All , fourteen' ArUeisn
wells, wlilch hevs a average ' 'depth of about
mm umuivci lew, . , . . . . ,
Thomas H. Clark, of . Tnscsloosa. Ala., an
'..! i: vnliit.ionary soldjer.dird recently, in that
viciu.ij , hi the advanced age of 95 years.
Th Louisville Courier estimates tba' total
loss by the Are in that city, on Saturday bight,
01 wnic lb telegrsp has sdvised us, at J 120,.
Mrs. alary Blafford haa bequeathed to the
Methodist Church ef Bevsnusb, OcorjU a
nanasou , reataenoe ; worth. IB.OOO, and, 17
slaveeew-a .;( .v.' ''."
Boston is to have another mechanical bakery,
ana mis time It is to be Urn proof. Over 1100..
000 have been subscribed for its erection.
The Bosun booksellers are going very rapid
ly, Mr. Benjamin 8. Haywood, a partner in
the houaeof Little, Brown A Co., died on the
vsoing of Oct, 11), of consumption.
The Phllsdelphis Press deuies thst Mr. Barry
Sullivan spit upon Mr. Perry, the other night,
t th Walnut (treat Thestsr. . The spitting
was merely drsmstlo, and one of Mr. Sullivan's
"effeete" ia Richard III. v
At the last Stat Fair of California a cabban
waa exhibited that wsighsd fifty three pounds.
That waa beaten, however, by a beet which
wea exhibited last year, at forty two pounda
weight, and then replanted, and grew to one
hundred and fifteen pounds.
Wofford, a Cherokee Iodisn, ws hung at1
VanBuren, iuthsStsU of Arksusas, a few
days ago, for the muader of a white Choctaw.
An exchange, announcing th fact, finds fsult
because be wa hung an boor earlier than tba
time announced, "thereby disappointing many
of our country friends." ,
Tb Bslttmor Sua learns from toe census
that there are not leas than 30,UUO slaves, of
whom probably 6,000 are men, in the counties
of Loudon, Jefferson, Berkley and Frederick,
in Virginia, and in the counties of Frederick
end Washington, Maryland, o: within twenty
miles of lisrper's Ferry.
An enterprising Missourisn bss just explored
the Black rlvsr rsgion in aoutbssst Missouri,
and has tsken a contract Co odsb tha navlm
tion of the river. Be bae ordered a boat to be
built at Pittsburgh, expressly adapted to thia
purpose. This district hs been hitherto un
kaowa, from a want of proper travelling facili
ties, . ,
la Philadelphia, according to tbs directory.
there are S93 8mitha, 413 Browne. 336 John
sons, 304 Jpnstu, 863 Williams, 323 Wilsons
and 1T8 Ds vises. Of tb Smiths, 60 rejoice in
the ObrislUs) nam of John, wbil f thsjoasss
there srs 86 wbo are knowa by that excellent
prafls. Of the Johnsons, onskalf Ibe number
an colored.!. I ' . '
iaoaa Lstrvias. Ths telegraph brings a
bsws 4bagu tb Journal again oeaif It
of a large additional quantity of letters
foand among Brown' efleot. . Yallandig
ham was abused furiously for aeveral days,
lor aakiog a lew questions 01 Old lirown.
Now it tarn oat that th ooae piracy really
wa oa a much greater seal than fct first
supposed. Who will be implicated next f
Can't "Harper Ferry Coaly," lb defender
of losurrsotion, tell? II defended Qidding
and apologise for Brown: why don't b
speak oul for Copeland, tb Dayton nigger
Here a good opening, Deajou: oosae ia.
KnVTbe Btatoemaa say "Mr. 0. Li Vale
landigbam, whose eaaual conversation with
OoseowalSumis Brown, tha hsro of Harper''
Ferry, iosurreotioo, ha aubjeotod biia to
tb malignant vituperation of lb Republi,
eaa prd, ha written a powerful letlar np.
on tb ubjeoltotbe Cineinn I i Enquirer,
Mr. Vsllsadighsm briefly demolish tb
eontemptlble assaults of ths Kepoblioaa
aditon, and prooeed to giro a deeply inter
acting sketch of th lata abolition eassWc.
Ol LsTTsa. As there ie eoastderabl talk
about esttsr at tbis.tima, we snggeet th pro
priety of Deacon Comly axsminiaa oa dated
JaaoaOth, aad postmarked Dayton, 81st June;
that Is, if be ksepe aopiea of hi eoneopoe
TW bad a slender mks this aawqusg.
T"Toe msat shops In the city, wherethel best
quality of meets hsv been furnished for soms
time at lower figure thsn were saked in msr.
let, hay had tb effect of ( bringing down tbi
prices, uooa lor the meet shops. . u
IT An eminent spirit merchsnt in Dublin
snnotmeaa, In sa Irlah paper, that he haa still
a seasll qnsnttty ef the whisky on hand which
was drank by lieorgo to I V, when in Dublin,
THE NEW WONDER.
Peter Josse's Hair Restorative!!
" THIS TTair Reslorative is now aoknowl
sdfec! to be the bast svsr Invented or all dlseessecf
th Hair aad the Scalp, and It haa woraed wonders
wherever nsed. Several of our eltlveae have tried
It, end speak IB ths highest terras of Its enrslivs
properties. Tbs following is one among the many
oeitlttoatei juat received by the Proprietor:
- '. i'. J . Datton, Sept. 9th, lais.
Ms. P, near.: -For several years past, from eeme
oaeaa, eur kair ka, been gradually falling out.'imtll
satire baldaeas threatened us. We have tried rs-
rlous reawdles, but without any good result. We
were Induced to try your "Reetoratlve" by searing
It nighty spoken of by those wbo had uaed it, an
who assured as that It had the affect of brlnrtng s
new and vlgoroua growth of hair upon their heads.
We have uaed It, and Its good effect, sre plainly vis
ible la the renewed growth of hair whsr we were
fast besoming want, We cannot recommend the Re.
torattre toe highly. Tours, truly, .
.., ift'-iit1 L '," WM,. BWAM5M,
. ' ,,..11 , . L. BROADWKLL,.
t OWBN TRCNOR,
a I J. " 'V J.'j.'fWAtKM.
For sals at tbs Barber . 8 jop of Teter Josse, 41
iellbrsoa street, Dayton. . - octis-Sta
Peter Josse's Hair Restorative!! MARRIED.
On4he tilth inst., by Rev. D. .Winters, at the
PhUllps House, Mr. Jseob Ertssuato MIH Rachael
Crommel, bothofTlppeesnoe.' i a '
Peter Josse's Hair Restorative!! MARRIED. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
No. liC, Main 'strebt
T 'I . A, ! -t-
LADIES A GKNTLEMKtf.i. t
Rtf YOU IN. WANT OF,
anyThicg in ths way of ,-,
'ii .'. ia a tA'. J. L
I - a,,,. - l Boota.1
a Slioea, ..
" CJftllpra er
Of any kind!
ao weu to
H. W. Wileon.
I I U-A.U i 1
I I I S O W "N
Walsh he oOhre at aa U Par.
t-'KS as say otbea bouaa lalha
' fOall and '' iudge M X
. W. WILS0H,
octn No. It Mala at.
A. W. BICE & CO.
BEG LEAVE TO CALL THB ATTKN
tloa or tht Dublla to their aiseortmant of SUvm
juit raoslrod from Albanr, whioh, for perfMt.oa of
me.riuuaOfur, Deutr ( aMif a, alio g emri uiimj,
btUrsngo th. worltil
Thfj hAvt) lUtooa haiid t all tlaiaa, LMkwood'i
ECONOMY, TRIUMPH PACIFIC!
Brown k Irwin's
Perfection, Ilome & Beacon Light,
Abo,flse assortment or
Inoludiog Russia Air Tight, Home Parlor
Jook, irwin I arlor Uook, ihndem,
Gm, Prix, Cottace, franklin, -Young
Suck ss Long's Cost, Ualakoer, Boatoo Bos, luibur
vea, Hoaair, aa., e., f
Tim, Japammeid dk Pre est Warrw
Constantly oa hand.
Tia and Sheet :Iron Job Work,
Dona to order at short aotiee. In the moat work-
W. IUCK A CO.'R,
Groceries at Auction I
TO CLOSE TIIE BUSINESS!
THURSDAY MORWUffO, OCT. 37TB,
AT Jf CCLOCKtl
UTILL BE BOLD AT AUCTI ON
vT my entire atoek, eomprlslogaKreatvarletyof
vroeerieeaaa saeti t.oooa, wseioar wiwi naiurva,
oonal.tlnf el skow Cases, kaow ears, flatlorm,
Coonter aod Heuses Scales, as.
To be sakl wilaout reeaeva.
Th Store Room will be loc real alter ths .sis.
. , 1. t'. GKT,
oetS It Mala street.
TAKEN op by tb Babeoriber, who liveeoa
ike sornar of Richard aad Hearr etraete, la this
etty and MUak Cow, wit white aad tall, horns
while, saa ooe 01 laesa aroaea parriy en. jneisow
Is la good order, aad (Ives a liberal uueutit, ol milk,
ecue-atd . hiiWAkJ ooMKOCf.
AH OROIRAHCB. ; ,
7 EmUrf cae Waatera ticrkH Sfmtm.
SEC, L Be it ordained by lb City Cou
ell of the eirr ef Dsyvoa. that the Wesn
Mar Bet epaea, as now aeoae aad estaMlahed. ba,
aa the sawe te hervey ee eaianrad aad eataaoed aa
Saatraeall mi I kledaa iiahaaeaela1u-oai the
wast llae 01 Mata atrael to uis east a as 01 eeflec.
ana akraaL to aald eltv.
sec. . Thai idle ordlaaaee Sake eOsst aad be In
for oe from sad altar Ita paaaage, ,
wm. BuatbiMOHR, rres'l louaotl.
A. A. RoTTtsriSLP, City Clerk. oeiSS
A PURCHASER for a good Pamily Horn
ia. a luggy aad Harneae, aad alM a sew Ftaae
uaMs' maauiaoiura. will ne- sole at a narrate
Applr lo , DR. liallUKR.
TODD'O OLD STANDI
No. fllxtlt S(rai,
ciBTCmwATi. ', '
I AM RECEIVING DAILY, ROW K, MA.
1 MOMf CO-'Sseleoreled ,
Whisk I a letllna at uanreeadeeled low srten. h.
eae ee S.ii.ii. U aid S alulltea waatlag a
twtj Mien-, "u onur, win pmu.MM uauer.
sees. Altered tetaleeetabliehaieatls a alwa.utiloft
reiretabls Salooa, whe,e you saa kavs Uyetee
sooked lasvery sly Is, siwi served up la a siaaaaad
Mi""- awmr. i ,
L i,..-aee !. mac at aay etaar plaee. 1
TI1K orsditoni of th late firm of Hrenner
Sleetr, 0 li.vtoef Ohm, are hereby notified
tha t.ie Snderaigned. as rs-s-lver 1n th oie of Ja
cob Slentr, auin.t Jaeoh (). Hrenner and ntit..
"OS penning in ths Superior l our of Monhjomerv
o.ioiy. unio, waa oru. r. o nv aald norm toaancr
tatn the seiomit or Indebtedness of aald llrm. and
eaMirt the a.-ee to said eoort, Said eredltur. are
inareiorn nro-neo to present ro ma their i n.,
liMttvely. lortkwlli, for allowance, an I to l.e au
dited. ; I 1 , , , UAV1D A. UAKKIIAM..
rowe," RiAiioiF&'ca; ;.,
Fresh Baltimore" Oysterr,
, . V " FOR SALt At. , . , -,
KO. 847y WAa.irTjT 'BTHBET,"
Cincinnati. , ''
t6fAtl nrde-r prnmptly altenilcr to!Tk,,
I. McMAHAIT, Agent. M
The following list of NKW BUOKH, jmt rss'd.,
By WI1XARO A H'01GATOI.
THB COHKBR CUPBOARD, or TacU
or mine RoomuiMe KnorclnpvtllA of t'Mfti. Know!
litt lllutrtd with over luuo Koravinc. Oy
LEAVES FROM AJf ACTOR'S MOTS
BOOK; 1 -) , - .
With Henluleoeneee and Cblt That of the' Or cen
noon anu mage. By una. mui hoi r.l 1 .
PARLOR .THBATRICALnWor .Winter
Alwantuc' Bntertsitmenti! t
Containing Acting Pro ehe, IrarnnHc rbseatlea.
Acting Charadee, hrawhtg Room Hantofelmee.Ac,
with tleeortpiive Engravlnira. Dv authors! "Ms
gtelan's Owa Book," -sociable," Ac.
THB BOTS' OWIt TOT MAKER;
. rranwcai iiiuaTaaxea utitae to ilie vscihi j:m
ployaieut of Leisure flour., with numerous K4
graving,. By K. Lasoclis,
PtTROEON'S SIXTH 8ERIES OF
fitaisMONS. by O. H Hrvwn.
Received this day, and for sale at ' r ,-
f 'IhIHUD BTHTST, -:;
ootis One door Weat'oflhe Tbw if t'locs, ,
u y 1 . T 1 M .
Butter and Oyster
,.. -.. . a hi. w ne X k r
U JH Jr' OI1, '
Valitil"tff!Ct. Wrt Hide,
A PKW DOOtt ABOTR (IXTJI "TBI' XT,
AM NOW'.iiECKlViXn DAILY BY
KHfRM, ia good order, .
Excellent Table' Putter,
or VXJIV SCPKSlOS UtlAMTT ASK AVOS.
DiREcfwioJi tui; rkifr.Yt (. DA1RV
I am atea rMAlvlnar Un.Hr. FRiit nALTIMORK
OVTK H, hy tht Ca8, 1 ttfi, tit Half 1 mi.
oeKtwwm I l. Mi MAH AN.
o SB. K0BACK 8 ,
Whsn Da. Rosaoaf ths -oelsbrnud Swedlrb
Phyeleiafl.intrudueed his Blood I'uririor end Blood
Pills in tbs United Stetee, he set forth In plain
language their curative properties... Xais was
years ago. i he task er raoommending them has
einoe bean tmjotn ma- of keewfe. swolighlsnsd
msn whoas eharaoter for aonod tudement and phi
loaophy, gives their opipi ass wetjUtintha com
munity, maa wbo ebaaees.saBaci, aad make "ai-
suranes dosbly sure" barer thsy dooid?-are eve
ry where spproving and urging tbe use of these
wonderlul preparatloas. . All vhs sennas in ths
wisdom and honesty of this class, or who choose
Is) iaveetlgste for tbsssselves are ow ef one mind
oa this important suojeou
. Marl 1
Ths tbs BLOOD PUiUHBR and HbOOD
PiLliB have been proved by analysis to
Thst absy eur tbs almost universal eoeapsiiit.
with Naerrsevreeeiaaafy,and in a very sbuirt tints.
That after ail other medicines have proved use
less, they relieve t l ie!'.
' s.tver t ompitntii.
and r eato re th health aad strength ot lb suffonr,
wbo bsvs languished for years ia hslnlsas aeak
ssss ml4 dsapoodsnoy, rscuperate with great ra
pidity under their Invigorating operation. That
all annual diaebillHesaiaremunedbj llieir cordial
and gently stimulstlng propertica, Tkal they
raetaU e ''"' ' I ' 1 : i W " .
however tbey msy havs bee a trilled with sod
sbaseditbst their direct tendency U to IsnrUiis
life, and render it enjoyable. I That, operating
dlreetly up she jfoiton if,..,,., ,'w the 6ocmi,
'hsy ,..' ....
CsXtsM toon to ileal, . .
sad d lee barge from tba system, every taint of
scrotals, whether hereditary or otherwise. Ibat
W- .... ; j r .
jkastmw in Mtouuate. . i
sad that there to ao dtsaaee ol the btouacb aad
Bowel,, th liver, th nervous system, the skin,
glands or muscles, in which thoy do not give
prompt rtlitf, sad (If edminulored before the vety
citadel of Ills has been invaded), eel. ( paiuitm
.ad jeseMt sere. ,
Hear m uin to a 1 vne evinvinaiiss tt
0tABLs UL000 eiLh& are sadorss by th.
sspsrleacs of thou, and, of living mtneveee, who.
In letters, efsdarlle, medkal works, sad by wore
ef mouth, prselalm them to be the very bent p rep
arative el the kind ever eilered to- the biokan
doea victims ef ill health. They hunt dlataet
through every evaaae aad; organ ef tha ay.taai,
aad te expel il thoroughly aud permanently.
Mo cue oan doobt tbeir snneriorby afiar uuelln
gls trial thsy srs aot only better but, ia fact,
oheapar thaa asy elber Fills, for it takis a leas
aambsr of them to produce a better efftot.
Price ef tbeooasdinavlaa Vegctsble blood Tu.
rider, fl par botUs, er ti per bairdosen. Of the
Scandinavian Vegetable Blood rills, 15 cent, per
box, or t noses lor 1.
Used Dr. Robaek's Bpseial Netiess aad Certil-
eates, nabliibsa la asoorpteuuua part el thit Fa-
ner trots itwe to time.
Dr- Kobaok's Medlesl Almanac and Taully Ad
viser, soatatning s grsai vinety oiiaMrvitlngsad
valuabls Medical Information, saa bs bad graua
of aay of his Agents throughout the country,
la dtfliae.lt er soiapllcatad eases. Dr. ilobsck
sttsy bs consulted psraonally or by Istterencloalsg
one stamp lor aae reply.
From Key. Mr. McM DLLs, Parlor of Kebsru
I - ImrasaroLis, October, 1817.
Br. 0. W.Rosaca--Dsar Birr a kavsassd voai
Blood Partner for a aeeveas afeettoa, beta abb b
I have saSered muck at tlsesa. . While it Is slaaa-
aal Ie tbe taata, it certainly baa happy attest up-
H l Hrra, rwaav avtfit my loaiOIS loryom
klad regards, and believe uie toura,
J- W t. ascMbLLBW.
Prlnalpal Ofle and Sale Uoosu, tio, S fc'aet
llril nt, ea oaiiuiug iron stais street, Ulaoi
nati, 0. Laboratory la liaaiaioed street.
for sale by e .
flroaoweg Stewart, Day tea ; elaaete A Kby.de.
nat. .iwim . wiij ataraer, Liberty -llee.
8. Heyar.MiaseUbar Eby A bteckslager, Uniea
1. at. laeasuaoa, Uartaanlawa Jalues 0. Aa
dereun, OenUavilla -A. M.Myers, New Ubaaea
o.jseasoa v-uaajnar.iiurg--lt.il. Carlis, Van
dalia D. C.Usavar.Hariubere AaaoU A I..-.
port, Arliagasee-Saumer A llavarliag, gi..
onaetrur a vnecaeeae, iarmvvilleD. B.OIwks,
,.Bn,Tine.M. mvnonenr, ryrmunt Burket A
Baaiial, Dodaon Keaee A 7.1 inner in a. Iik.
villa, aad by Jrc,lta aad Mafehaatalhroaghvat
aa tiaiaa. . 1 . . , apIS lyw
25 BOi8 e0, , lnpriBl Old, jllt
1 1.1 ' i.ii' -.u'i e-.-ia.-i y
.! :i :; '.U i ',2 A ':;.'" '
J 1 ;-!l tsaiai WV l look Jew
jO.ii.tJJi" v;ii-S CI
too j JY M aioi-VVrfa oe
7r i.T MJl ewLe cw r
Phi A RMACV.X-
. r. B. (HttX.
f l NKE T LEG L E lt
''"Wavereiovet1o tt,elr lt W cTOftt.l
av an) l
WfTII THK LARCSKbT AND BKST NTOCK OF
AND GOOIw; K0U JM T.nM' "tVKA fl,
1. Jivei oSVre.1 la Osjton.
()Ull stock of I'IKf.K GtKHWrKBiAle up
!" m""i'e, la larira aad varied. , 1
'i . w return many fliaj, lis. srM bone
to me.it. lull, 1 epatrunagc. -' . 1
Ttrur. tlilly, ' ' INKvVlt',-i.n.
t-f r'li '"' - In I 4m
'Iu (lie Public-.U "-.Laie.
' 'I a" ii-.Tt u ''"' ei1' a"i---,
' PJIfi Knbrdriber retnrns bis Hincrrvthankn
jir-kai'l. ''!""'". vrr liberal pationaee
wliton he received ,1iii-i f, ...... 1 . - : . . v. . '
1. ? h ! I,u" '" " .tt hlaeonteetlonery
wLnli'T '"' WIIK . -lie..ne..ll.-M-M
. I'flURM itldciit..,! re s..u i .... . ...
Oie.1 my obltrallon-toollier.,
tle alote Iroin n in 1 1
rder that I ma
1 W4II he foiit.d at
1' O elnck UUI lug
e - ., ; ,I,)I,H:AE,
PIIOM l,o nhnve It watt M Vteprt : tfth't wo
have lieenme enMeMnia-.i.,, ,,
. :u,"" l 'l'llli!n,,it,eonri,f Mali,
"'-"' ';"! ,;Kerr1al!rri,e to
Lr! ti'l'V"",1- "M'stronsge that Nr. ulimer
ar .1 mr, lincke'enloverl, and a.' mhcli Wont aa our
rlcnds eiaj see pwpei In allow nf. olhtlu,hHll
luck on our part to n.nbe our ,.i..i,ViS. ....... T?, . " .
t houid b,-. tio.r liio Oream and cooling drriinsiuill
lie ol the hontj at nil Unica our atoea oi caudle.,
toys, rancy gowla, imialea! flitrunnt,''te., kh iM
aluaja bo vuniplvto nntblag sball he uanllng 0,1
tlr part to make our eatalill.hm. iit v hat tt .l.oulk
aVpt97! ' ' '' - eLI ibLLhllt.
II AM rb't'KIVKTA NKW AV IVf PfEN
fA.did assortment f - , ' v,, ., ,,, , ...
Kon tu' I s Isois , I J t v or s T r tin -,
. , , ntiiio, c, .
or the ;
.stcstant) iao,t Fa.hlpnal.ie aijlra,
Jitore on ' '-
1 ' IK A IK STRBErx h'
BKTWRKN fKC0NO ' ANU'Tifrflfl TrTRKV.T-l
sTf-Tlis Liuttesar riavfoh an.fi'liT.K-u.i n- i
o,aU and exaiaise kMejn-.. , loeiw-inMv
limyn llie, Ky
For the inipocrton siiil 'ssle of '
PRIV'ATKU' A"Nl AT aVctioS .
Pearl traot,'beir.Tn 'Plum aaWsgtotnllcw.
riiismt.4. now, rRopiuous.
- ,'( ,t"- -t nf aW" ;i (tt
tlo4 gales ererv WrpSK?Jl.4V-ielal.alten-wN.viUVATin.-.ALV.erW,rl
'I ' yrw vlvWirt'(-iTT'rJi't'r;;i' ;J '-A
.CHWKHW.J : . d JAwOBO'rnSTFt:.
ni CHylnaiieaten ,ii i!-ste.ortlTSv-tllva4 .) I
4, j , .., - roiiesiwii-iing tlork, i
tj-lle Tfr.vieaseiil to addresr ycea Lf tiers and
mil timtt J,vr roniigr.ro. nta 'Sviin'rVlt I'lTV
Tttia9 Citizims-of 'Dwyv on
fx. Cnrxpuiidiug CoaiitiT.
ltheb.ort3ClrvCrtWA'tr'A''1'' ;u "'
- Mala at., door aouth ol Thtard,
la Uie place for BAKOAINH.aahla .toukof Cii.lon:
Made lloota and Stuaie la uuu.ually large, ane Ut-al-rahle
hoth at to variety and iiaMtv. Ill, lloetaanil
shorn are Ireeh, and made of the beet quality of
stock, aud are oderad at -; . - j ,. ,
Ilcfiuccti 1 rices.
ftvry r-eSrty shrill rt acconnrrMlatfil with tht t-rl-arttelca,
Mt at low rat. In nhort, th miIw fchnil
Uv liooU autii shot! nt llieirowa rkif tya rK-n.
lon't buy jour buuta adiI hoeit eliewhr-m, bt-lnrt
ealUnroa mr, as I am Nuad tu at iirtceg toiuit
tha tirufi, . - , . ,
t'ooifl one and all to Gsr((aj Hoahwalt'i l ity Poot
and rilrn istitr. Phillijis II. huh. Vain st . i! iNorto
low til at., ntvtem.aiNl jrmiwiil navar regret It,
U ota awl Miistya luatla lu onlnr. ;
P A. II J G OJf
AND ECONOMY!! 1 ;
fpHI VAI.tTADI.K .1-
ortubl a it.
deueri tion Uaa
Burner u now uf
frrU to tlie public
ml oonhdaiKf ol
orltv ovrr cvuiv
otie Lamp la x-
utrtitjl aula wtin;
tbe aniursut; thrtt
fur tsiuiilUity. iR(r
brltltaiicy ui MaJiiN
hrii no fwjuftl. If
afitinia aahfi-p an4
HI Lsli 1 A N'i'
and clear , .... I ify
i Liiu.1 :,'.
ftjllnii tbe Lliuil
with gtxHt burn tor
nmu- oo quart ol
1 Avj -
wiiit-b will luxjitaba
IlrUt -or sixteen
k as are guess wv wawaj
light froai brdloary Wfcn iuUa. The turiMt
can ba iwatlUv afpliH. to all atyita of oUr. laid or
oo. ull, ?aBtib-n r oiOtnttry burning liuu lao m.
iai i cjifuiufiiaia ct iu (iam.tr lorm a uon lie lit
aa (m 4kiKl. at a ttt.aU tc iiw. Otd I.niia will
takafi In aataartga lor aafyw oea,raiwraliiti
tuauen ocairvvj. u , aiao auiii)i i auadJ'-! n
the llebtinft! 01 rburt-bca, Lcturj Euoti.a. fftll..
AJrea, au aad tba fiat urea ru aavaaaat liaiij-
u wiuiu tilt tesisvaas ui uunaMiiiR ww wDM
tor aaie ai rue urut, Moir 01 nr w . m . w a h i ,
No. M MatnttrtrW ant. alao by A W. HICK, eoi ner
JeUrravn aa j XairU auvata. '
rpta liAYTON, OHU).
Price of Beef Reduced.
tha pubha t-anacall. that ha aaa roadt ar-
rauktentrnta lur a lull aui'ly of upw-riv Ua t ie ami
that berssaJtar tba ricc tor tnt beat cuts wilt tm
Eiaer cunxa pfr pqttnd
He will continue to supply faulliea wirmeaa
tJilferwitt klaOa, aa4 vt;ctbl la aemaon, a l,ir
low at BbaWkai pfici. ;...
HI whop is ou Mala street, west Ma, one door
aouthof tb fhtlllps House. QuViMU
MR.PETEtt DIS'IKK wcul ! InHriu tha
CtMieaa of Iayton and tha travotttif publiv.
Ibai aa ava ovaaatt a .
B A T II -II O U
At his Barter shoy,o Market elraet, t ites from
Jeiteieou, where he will have ready at aU t&yi'ta,
llof, roltl nnil "haivrf Knlhu.
Thee Bathe will kak.rtt aleaa aad aet.. oewaect
ed with Ua Bath leatt , , . , .,t r .
EXCELLENT CAKJ1E11 SHOP!!
Alar?aaiftrtraQt f ehotca perhitner wiU a'so
ba suua4 at taa aama plaoa. "
.Ml. i . . r.TUA XltltU.
GAS! OAS!! GAS!!I
MACKM PORTA It I.fi QA& EKERA
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