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BKTWKKX MAI.KF.T AN" I) FOURTH-
W. B. HOBINOOIT, "
(ffUOtmaflOft TO HlTAftARD oHlWBOH,)
T3 NOW KRCKIVIVO AT THIS
A know stand lite r)l'KVH purtbsee for thta
Saion.frora Nw York, PMI-wlelpMa, Hitlmnreend
4 i net on a M. a gnr essftrtmsnl t gtis ually
kept In a rtrsl -, is Vug mor.
Am on th M-f.rtnt.t be foiin4 gottiitn Lo
hln'f Krtiriti Kttrn lor the l.kitr, K. l'tipiy'S
. 'Kit M iH.k," H iy(n' PVnipne, Olettn's,
Hullo INrriinn'l, V.hM's, li.tntv'S ant other
PMi n ryi fn-- ,m) 1 very i tyle en1 quality ,
: ...... .,. H, mI'( Honey, Ulyoertne,
FrM,,1r,H. 'lHt 0mp)ir1il ftottim Hnnnlne, fcr-
nitiilUfuiim on! .ire Windsor taat ,, Ik.
tin of pur Manors, (if (he bottle or pint,
fir KKnll'Irnl ft ml meohiiol purposes. Turner's
Otnvf Wine, Aa 1 Ciaokberry Brandy superior Ca
Rtr quality, suitable for Patent ftnd Common
OH PA I NTH, AND VAHN Wu,
Of every possible hind, color and quality.
In great vrlMy,hftiightdiraeHyfroja the Mean fac
tor., foraft'h, and and will, therefore, be sold
fti uti" ai iiny house in Dili sit v.
ti KKIIAVK 8 HOLLAND HITTERS,
Pot which I am tolf agent for thla city eed scanty.
Daalera auppHM at the Manufacturers prises.
PA I'KNT MEll(JiNKS,
Of every kind now In us.
UAIKOILS AND POMADES,
Of thousand different varieties. .
WliALK OIIj BOAP.
r r th certain destruction of Insects ok PImU m4
UtwUr'i Rut Ei terminator, Lyon'g Map
fiAtio Innftot Powder; Hed Hug Exterminator,
Htr, Teeth, Wall, Whltewaah, fthoe, leruh, Duat
lug. Carpet, Window, Paint, Varnish, Artist's .-,
fee , without number.
W1UTK l.KAI AND MKRERDOIL,
(if the very best qualltv, always on hand; 01km and
Putty, Fluid Lamf ud Lnmpwik.
In ntlM rnrli'ty, and of qtiftlitjr. A tftnr lot
n( V urn itb btulit recently ftt furred In Nnw
V.ir, winch lf a tail to ielers nl la Uum i'la
fViti1non) Hlr Tonic, cologne Cough MUtui, ti
Krrhiaft (Jonlinl, Hiirae LluimAnt, Hnna Puwdnr,
o..e.( guftrntel to glvaantir aatufftatto
nloftn'i Condition 1'owder, Uoaghtonf
PhTJnlftm'rftr4tjlloaaftTfiill' nnd noottmUlj
oniit.n(lAil. ul th boat BMdtelaM boo other
mi l'iadtiiul the puhllegenerallf t would re
turn m y ' in nit tcrftt4fnl thftnka tut the libernl patron
tm ).tmilt.t tudha Ute hrm of H. A H., and would
kindly dolioit Iti conflnuftuoe.n nlao no exftmlnn
tion of my atmsk by thoae wno have nol hereto
fore ptroaliM1he houa.
1 am pariiiftnnnriyloctttfH here, and expeettomnbe
frlendt ftod cuitomera by fnvlr Uf-aling.
Ctiiidrcn aant to mr atom for anything will be
WAltrd up n mid the nme prlee ohftrged aa If their
pftteata caaia ;thmaelvea.
Alvrirto Mortmntof Fruit jAtt of thlatat ftirl.,
and Seslifif w.x.
BIKUS AND 0AGR3.
Dlnl Hnndt nd, In short, varythlnf b Loafing
Irlotlv to my bu.ln..
jyl ' WSROBINSON
GOOD THINGS :
J U S T A.RRI VEP1
TIIK fnllowini? are om of tha oetietMriei
.nd ItiTurtt ju.t rclred l
UO Bbla E.it Quality CxantorrUil
S'K) Hbls Applet e;upiiting :
. . I5ellflower,
R I Qrea!Dg, VawlWer Pippin,
Mrul othf r VAHctlr. of .hole and common fruit.
'M lix M it liuioin Tory nine.
. 50 Drams extra Figi.
1 IlltfuUftn Frunei
, A vftrjr excellent article,
ita , Aa. DRAXUKN HUKU 4 Co.
No. lio Third t. , (Journal oon nnvT
HFaXT L. BROffn, A.B. IXWIH
"""WN & IRWIN.
Had of th biuin,
t ' i baat of Charooal and oommon
, oe Iron.
BHOWN fc IRWIN
Have the beet ot Round, square and Flat Iron.
BHOWN 4 IRWIN
iUv ' th beat of Band, Hoop, OrnJ, Half Round and
' ' ' Shed lion.
1UW A 1HW1.N
Uare tha hnt of Wagon, Buniy,; aad Dandy
BROWN tv IRWIN
Uavc 1 . bet of Norway and Brenaon Nail Roda.
t BROWN A VRWIN
liave'thehct labBteel and SI 0 Iron.
- BHUWli A IRWIN
iaave thu bi.tol Hound, ttat, Square aad Octagon
BHOWN A IRWIN
Havethabct of Pltt.hurgh Horiiic. aad Axle..
BROWN fc IRWIN
Have th belt of Carriage Hub Band., and Tire and
BROWN A IHWIN
lUvethebe.tot B.lluw., Anvil, and Hoi Id Box Viae..
BROWN A IHWIN
Manufacture and .ell stove., Hollow Wart, Ae.
DUOWN A IRWIN
Keep Tin of all Klnd.,Hheet, Zlne and Iron.
BltOWN A IHWIN
Keep Copper and Tin Bottom., Blooli Tlnand Solder.
BROWN A IHWIN
of which will be .old to the' trade at th.loaeet
New Farnitajre Store!
fl UIZJVI TV Ml iG',
Chairs, Matresses, &c.
WARE ROOMS ON MA.IN 8THEET,
BETWEEN 1ST AND 80.
TTAVIXQ TAKEN THK STAND KOR-
iA merlv oecuDled bv W. Ollle.Dle, wa are maitU'
factunaa all alud. of Furniture tlrmt elaa. war-
'aao ted. which we are nreoared to eell at theloweet
' ,rU-ea. We are all practical workmen, and we flat-
tar our.eive. our work will give au.ieouoa o.oui
All order, for work promptly attended) to
oot'J ratrich Kellv,
"ATTORNEY at LAW.
OFFICE IN THE EMPIRE BUILDING
TUIrd street, Daytou, O.
WILL make collection! and attend to the
M-aotlaeof hii Proleaalon generally, In Montgom
. ery ami the adjoining oountivit draw and aaknowt
ede deeda and mortgages, and prepare all other le
gei imtfum.nii. aepia
IrfcaSryUALi l x OKOYoTElio
I will be aerved uo In anvatvlede-
rred-, at auy time of day or night, and
uon Bi'iiiiB. it
Je?(aon Street, Joat below Boond
Ml JOHN KOPJf A CO,
JO..P. M4YKA. HEM. W. MYCBA. ttEO. MVEB
n. N. CLARK,
r ' flitters Sr Oo..
v. to, main PL , imra aooi d.iow
. aug n.
TEACHING, TEACHI5Q1 TEACHING!
T. V. U. CROSBY will sir leaaon in Pi
aaaav, weu.ein, riuw, lUUUUClIU, aSQ.. ealiU Will
furniaU an oKoelleat Uuttar teacher for thoee who
prewr a muruugn anowieuge on that Inauuimeiit-'
rariAtiuiarpaiu wiu netaaan wttn
. . And with tbe cultivation of the voleo.
fltl 1U1 Main atreet, Onytoa.
Violins, Violins. Violins.
T ' V. U. CH08BY hac reoeived and wilJ
-a-J Mil a lot of a u pert or toned VloUni, ebeape
than ever oil? red In Iytont at
vu iui uuaa..(U4)ariy oppotiie tut market.
; MUSICI MUSIC!! MUSIC!!!
T V. II. CROSBY is daily reoaiving Music
nm him pnoiieauoae, ay weaaoet popuiai
All order, from abroad will be Ailed without ex
txaciiarg. hoetage free.
" IQ7 Mala trat, Dayton.
A HOUSE and Lot, on Main street, 1)
aura. from the Court Houee, and aaown aa fhe'
..myor.uo iuuh. I at Houm It w.ll .aleulaUd
li.fal'ull" la ouae. Lot 4i biNit, by
r peruauiArs, laauir of
Railroad Time Table.
Tr&ioi arriv and i!rart follow:
CI ;i(Jl.NA f S, UAaliUlON A UAVTON.
h, . .
. a lt.lt a a.
B.a a a II. at n
4.0 m i ll
4, It m a n.
8ANDUHKT,l)AYIOX, A OlHCJINNAli;
tnlwfi Cia, kt. 3.0 a
.nilaiike M.il, . lt.lt a
D.lnaare Night K. . 1 It,
Bellefeatalne It. ' a 3 a
D.Uwer. A !. . J.0 a I 4 41 a
1.10 a n
I l.it a
( I aia
DATTON A WIUTaHN,(TInlaaapolU.)
It Train, . . 1 J 04 a I ll, am.
" I I I pra 1,40 pm,
4 " ... . p B Ulli,
ORRKVlLLg A MIAMI, (T tadlanapoll.
l.tTraia, - - llt.it am I 8.11am.
" - - I 4.1 p m Itti a
VATtoSTilSn 1 "fiOLilalBI'H.
lt Train, . . I II ami J4 am
ii " I 11.45 ami 1 It s m
" - . I ,ltpm 4 it pa
Time of Closing the Mails.
POST OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859.
U.tll fnrtaer aotlee, Mailt will eloea ai tali
affitm at follow. t
Tor Maw York, Phil.LIt.hl., and New Kagland
State, dailjr, eieept Buad.T, at 11 Item.
tot Claalanail, 0., Eaatera, Wa.lera, Northera
and Santhera Hiatae, delly, weept GundaT, at
J. 99 a n,and 1 Si) p m.
For Cclamhof and Zr.ae.YfU, O., dallj axeept
Snaday, at ll.lt a m.
For Xenlaand Yellow Pprtag.at ll.l a an.
For Miamf.barf, Genantown, Franklia, Ham
lltoa, Katoa, O., and ConaeriTllle, lad., dailj,
eicept Sunday, at a.1 p at.
For Sprlnjjialcl, !r4aa, Tifia, Sandu.ky and
Olereland, 0M daily, eaoepl Bnaday, at .t4 a a.
For Richmond, embrii(t,Ctntrule, Indl.a
apoli., lad., and New Paru, 0., nully at 9.00 p a.
For Oreearllia, 0., Veto City, Wlneh.ter,
Kaarle.aad Jay Couaty, Ind., dally, exo.pt Sua
day, et& am.
For Troy, Corlngton, Pinna, Sidney, St. Mary",
and Ft. Wayne, Toledo aad Mlchlcaa. dailr.
eepl Sunday, at 9.t0 a m.
ror t o. on, Wait Milton, and Little York, Toea
day and Saturday at 7.80 a a.
For Johnnille, New Lebanon and VTe.t Alex
andria, on Tueaday aad Retard. y, at 7. SO a a.
For Clayton, Centra, aad Ladlow, oa Friday of
eaoh weok, at V.IIOn m.
For GaotreTille, Lebanon aad Katoa, Tuetday,
Thuraday and Mnturday, at 11.0 m.
For Vaadaliaaad Chaabarabarg, 13. to, Tea.
day and Saturday.
Far Taylor.rille, Wedae.day aad Saturday,, at
i.or a a
E. A. KING, Postmaster.
FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGNl
CREW & WAnFORD,
H ECKEL'S NKW BUILDING,
9 floraon si . ,btwoen 8oond and Third
8IGm OF THE BIO SADDLE.
AUK NOW BETTERPRKPARKDTHAiS
they ever were to manufacture ereri thine In the
Saddle, II a mesa, Trunk. VaJiBe, and Carpet
They alio hare theae arttfdea, of the beat quality
of atock and workroaaehlp alwaja oo hand, and fur
aaie ii mi iowmi jiiin riei,
Horae Blanketa, Ituflaln Robes, Whip, Blta,
Bruthea, Ae.. alwava fur aale.
fttHavioK aeeured In addition to their flriU
olaaa force, the aervleea of a workman who haa.
not yet been excelled in the world, and whose
work haa taken the premium at the "Worla"a
Fair," they Invite gentlemen who dtaire the Itnaat
work to call and examine apeelmena, and ortter work.
Being praatiomi woramcu, engaged In the bualneaa
for a numtaer ol year a. and having the beat work
men and the beat atock to be bad , they deiy eompe
IIIIUU,HIU IllVltei VUUIWIIiUU VI WUII.
KKPAlHliSUOK ALL KIN 03,
Done in the beet meaner, and at the toweitratea.
Tbey invite the people from city and country to
(iveiuciu m natt. jyiV-(l
Heckler, Reraley & Maxton
A 80S 9D ST.,
tJ AVE JUST
RECEIVED A LAltU.b
a- X .took of
Tea Waiter Trajra,
LaufS, all kiajo,.
Our atock of PUtod ( aalora. Snoon.. Ae.. are ell
of the best qu&atyi warranted. Prioee from t to
Sin each leaeenaware, Ulaa. Ware, Ae., we will
eell ..cheap aa tbe clteapeet. Plcaaegive u. a call
on Old MaUetitreet.
blUaUX, KBMLHY fc
Three New Soaps.
Boston Indexical Soap Co.
1. BILVER SOAP.
F0K oleanins; and polishing Bilvor.'Plated,
Britannia and Tin Warea. Alaoi for eleaninc
oarrlage and harneae mountliiga.lt la invaluable,
mtT be uaed with entire aafetv. aa Itaontatna noth
lug that ean poaalbly Injure the flneat plate or Jew
ry, rriee 10 eena.
2. PUMICB BOAP.
Foraoourlnt' and whltentngthe handt. ItMadilv
removea all the new dtrtlroin the haaUa. and moat
or the old, leaving the akin loft end italic ale. Far
auperlor to aand and ponoine aoapa.
3. INDEXICAL BHAVIlf O BOAP.
A new aad moat delightful having aoap, making
rich, aoft lather. leaving tae faee free from
all rougkaraa, etc.
frice luoeuu. ine aooveaotpe ror aaie dv
no vtt UB, 8TEWAKT, aote agent for Uayton.
1. M. Waiters & Bro.
The late. t atyleol
Ph(Etot),& Stptight Bodied Buggies.
Jenuy LtntV) aufl Rockswsy Carriage,
TUB LABUIUT ASSORTMENT II THI rtlTV
AX7e have Leavett a Patent Coupling, and
unipnu'i antl-Hattlera, (aa Improvement
coming Into exten.lve u.e, and giving atl
faction. We use th beat material throughout,
warranting all our work. And . to VHICK,
,i . ' ..iw,ii.uiii,ui in mi v.iiy or Mete,
oa .ireei,i,u.l el SJU.lul,
. P IOiiiolle Peaee'e Mill.)
PERRY COUNTY COAL.
WABBAMTID TO BB THB
AnacwUi be gold for leaa than any
Coal In Dayton.
ALL PERSONS SHALL BE ACCOM
modeled with tha beat foal. . .
UTEITHAHirEIOir.ii.n. 1 .K.tlh.
mod.ted at their owa price., la ttwu. Uoa't .on.
tract for coal before .all log oa a.
MTCOMS ONE AND ALL-
M. , Mala straat.or at farryCouaty ui orloa,
a Caaa4,BM W.bhart ,U,, it, J. laugsTi
Latest by Telegraph.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.
On notion oAtf. Niblaok of Ind., it was
received thai till the election nf a Nptaker,
th Clerk of tli laat llouae b antborii.d
to eteroia th power, u.volving on th
Speaker, for pre.ervinn onier in th frailer
tea, and on th flxir of th House, for th
lira being, under tb rule of th Inet
House; and that tb 8orgeant-t-Arne,
for a like purpose, b under th direction of
Mr. Ilonham ol S. C said tl.a whole
country wa anxiously looking to th aapert
of affair hra, and inquiring . why w did
not elect a Speaker. Th reason was, that
th majority of the House were unwilling
to plan in that obair an endorser of th
infamous Holper book, and deem therm
elve justified in resisting hi tleotion by
all fair and honorable means.
lie had nothing to say againei Mr. Sher
man personalty, but referred to hi in politis'
ally, and cordially assented to th resolution
that neither h nor any other man who en
doraed Helper's book, wa fit to b Speaker.
H believed it wa a fatal error, when th
Missouri Compromise wa aooepted by the
South, for it haa only enooaraged Northern
aggreasions against slavery.
Ji reterrcd to Mr. llitkman a a rene
gade to hi party. When he voted for th
Uiddings motion to rej.ot the Senate bill for
tn admission ot Kansas, (Terr on luppoii
d be would finally land on th Republican
aiaa. Aitnougk h ha ainoe alatmeu to b
a Democrat, hra vote yesterday for Mr.
Sherman settled; th question tbat b is no
longer a Dataoantt
It had baa (ought to elect a Speaker by
tb plurality rule, which ha believed uneon-
titutional, lor tha reason that non but a
maiority caoJd elect a Speaker. It had been
said that ther were rrooedenta for it
adoption, but the oircum.tinces wer differ
ent tboa from what tbey are now. Mr,
uanaa nua not relusstl, aa bad Mr. Sherman
to repudiate tho ini'amnu leaching of
Ueiper' book for th abolition of Slavery,
und for Insurrection.
In reply ta Mr. Hickman, he aaid the
South olaimtd to hay th right to oarry
slavery into the oommon territories, and
bay it protcoted like other,' property, by
territorial law, and not refusing to afford
that protection by positive hostile enaot
men! Tb South while denying the right of
Congrear or territorial legislation to abolish,
prohibit, or establish slavery in the territo
ries, claim that it i th duty of Congress
and tha territorial authorities to protect it
lit replied ta Mr. Nelson, more he said
in sorrow than in anger, and refuted th
common cant tbat 1'residont Jackson put
He defended South Carolina, and her
course at that period.
That gentleman (NsIsod) had spoken of
th Union, as more important than the oon
stitutioa, but those whom he (Boubam)
represented, look to every part of tho con
stwusioa as mora important than the Union.
Tb gentleman from I'eno., (Hickman)
Bad spoken of foroing the South back into
th Union, should she prefer to retire, but
whenever it is found expedient to do to,
the Onion no longer exist. He said, with
out hesitation, Ibat oa tbe election of Mr,
Seward, or nay other man who endorses his
claims and raild to tho sentiment declared
by Seward, aaJi tbe party by what name
yon pleas,, be was in favor of immediate
disunion, and be thought he spoke the son.
tiip.ent wi tlie entire statu.
How then could it be expected that south"
em geutlemen will oonsent to the eleotion
of 4j. Sherman, who ooines here recking
(rum the pollution of doctrines adverse to
i The resolution of Ma. Clark of Mo., was
proper onder th circumstances, and he told
the gentlemen mat tbey woam preserve the
institution of slavery or perish in the en
deayor. ifis patriotiaui began at borne, and
be wa for South Carolina against th
Mr. Millson made an explanation dony-
kig that lie ever eaid, that any man who
endorsed Helper' book was unlit to live.
Mr. Clemen of Virginia wanted tbe
Houso to proceed to a vote for Speaker,
and objected to gentlemen being compelled
to sit nere tor nve hours in ordet to give
their brethren an opportunity to ventilate
their rhetoric. Mo gave notice that be
should retire from the hall whenever he
wa physically diwbled from attendance.
If he oould aut get a pair hi friends would
have to do. without his vote.
This explains tbe cause of the difference
in the nesult of the two vote to-day for
Shemtun and liocock reBpeo ively, auob of
in suove named as naa Detore voted lor
Sherman returned to his support aftor JU
Mr, Sherman a voto on tha &"ret ballot wa
reduced by some nf those who heretofore
voted for him going over to Gilmer.
Mr. V ullundmhnm was misunderstood
yesterday by the reporter; he eaid nothing
auout slavery in the territories,
Cook and Coppic Attempt to Escape.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 16.
1 he American has received a sceoial dU-
patan staling mat uoolt arul Copio attempt
ed to escape last night,, by cutting a hole
through the jail wall. They were fired on
by the sentinels.
the prisoner afterwards wero heavily
At half east eight o'clock this ovaniru'.
Cook aad Coppio, escaped from the jail,
auu were urea upon Dy tb sentinels, and
driven back to prison. They are now in the
oustouy oi Diierin lampticll. I hoy had
mounted thejs.il wall, when they were dis
covered ny tue sentinel on th outside, who
immeuiawiy gave tne alarm, and bred upon
them. They had sawed their manaole
asunder with the blade of a Harlow knife,
wuiuu iieu D.en oonceaied and made into a
Itrs ascertained from their confession
that they have beea engaged in preparing
for their escape daring the last ten d.ys
They made a bole in the wall near the wint
dow, which they had concealed with paper,
biding the brick tbey had removed under
ue ucu. upon mo alarm being given,
may luaus no resistance, out surrendered
a soon as they discovered by th shot of
in sentinel that they wer detected. Th
vent na produced th utmost excitement
and all are on the alert.
Major General Talliferro is direoting ev
erytniug in person, and will maintain an
uninterrupted supervision of affair until
after tbe execution. We do not apprehend
muj luruinr uimcuity.
HARPER'S FERRY, Dec. 15. P. M.
ureal exoitement prevail her at th
present time, on aocount of the attemntod
escape of Cook and Coppio. They had cut
- uui. turuueu me wan ana were nn th.
jail yard wall, when they were tired upon
Dy m sentinel outside.
Another aeoount says that the bar of Hie
windows wer sawed, but every thing is en.
veiupeu id mystery, i no prisoners are now
heavily ironed, and a special guard is stand.
ing over them. '1 ha streets in front m,uI
arouna tn jail are also kept clear.
Th prisoner now say they cot lhe.hn,.V.
Us off their feet by sawing them with an old
anna, ana men forcing the bars.
A misunderstanding oocurred sever.)
day ago Detween Uen. Talliferro and tha
jailor in regard to placing sentinels insid
in jail, in jailor claimed th right to
have hi own men. Tha General crava m.
L ! I I D . . '
u mm, sin "ueu a guard on me outside.
Cook SATS ha could have marl hi. o ........
had b jumped down and throttled the tea'r
Execution of Cook and Coppic.
Charlestown, Va., Dec. 16.
Tk. t.iut: f ,u. ,
baring lia brought back to the jail about
12 o'elnck, lli'.a afternoon, )..i., As rfn
to ('ook and t.'ivp'.o that trtr time wa. ap
proaching only on hrr.ir bmg allowed
them. Tn military mntausents, similat to
tho. e a the first eieeutinn, war repeated,
and a tni with two moro eoflios wa
standing at INa door of th jail. At 1 past
2 o'olook th aam military eeort wa la
raadinaea; In th meantime th closing r.
ligiou eeremoni wsr progreesiog in tb
Is th failure of th attempt of Cook and
Coppio laat eight, their assumed eoonuaor
and apparent resignation had given way,
and they now looked at th rality of tlisir
awful fate, with a full oonviotion of It
certainty. They wer reaerved and quiet,
but joined with fervor in th religious er
monies conducted by Hevs. North, Lehr and
Wangh. When called upon by th Sheriff,
they stood calm and quietly whilst their
arm wer being pinioned, and after bidding
farewell to th guard of th jail, were
helped into th wagon, and took seata oa
Their appearanoe wa mor that of hao-
1 a !. .k. r : .: .. .1.1.
seemed to take but little notice of anything
aa th procession moved slowly on to th
Hold ol death, lh wagon reaohed th
scaffold at 13 minutes before 1 o'clock, and
th prisoners asoended with a determined
firmness, scarcely surpaaaed by that of Cant'
lirjwn, A brief prayer wa offered op by
one of tbe clergymen, the rope adjusted,
th oap drawn over their beads, and they
both wer launohed Into eternity in 7 min
utes after they ascended the gallows.
1 hey both exhibited th most unuinobinc
firmness, saying nothing, with th exoeption
of bidding farewell t th ministers and
Sheriff, and after th rope wa adjusted about
Cook neok, he aaid "be qniok a possible,"
which wa also repeated by itoppio. Alter
hanging about 30 minute, both bod in were
plaoed in black walnut ooffin prepared for
then. That of Oook wa then plaoed In a
poplar box, labelled and direoted a follow.:
Ashbell I'. Wiilardarrd Robort Urowly, 104
William street, New York, oar Adam'
lh body of Connio wa nlaoed 10 a sunt
ilar box to be forwarded to hi mother in
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.
Tha llous ha taken two more ballot
for Speaker, with th following result:
(th Ballot Sherman UU: Hooock Wi: UiU
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Uoteler 25; toattoring i.
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TO THB LADIES!
LADIES, you ire no doubt aware that
Chrl.tma.and New Year are near at hand. 1
with to put tho.e who have present, to give tn
mind that thl. I. tha time to buy. My assortment
1. now eompirtej you ean make a better selection
now than If you wait until the time to make vour
preaent. ha. coma. I have the largest variety of
Toys mid Fitucy Article,
Suitable for pre.enta, that he. ever been offered to
th Dayton public. l)o not forget, when you are
dlauoaed to buy, to call at
1. KKLIX'S Santa Cl.u. Depot,
Corner of Main and Second .la,,
TOSIAU FELtJC has just received at his
- ni. . n -unv.. . i u , ntnigr u. nam ana aa
tieete. a very exten.lve and beautiful aaaortment
nf TIVM .n.l V 1 M C V n,,,na ,i.
. .. . . w H I. , willliri.lllg
nig aultahle preunt. for old and J iiing. Per.on.
wi.hlng topurcha.e a Gift of aome lort, had better
nail ami ...... In ),- .1.. n .
before making their purebaaea.
Buttar Crackers, Pic Nlo Crackers,
Ueetoa do Wat.,
H,..r .In - ...
All ol suoerlor quality and at low urteea.
A liberal dla.nnt ..!- tn uk..i il
Wedding and other partle. lupiuied with plain
anil nriiAiiiiari tl n.aaa at bI.ubA
II. A T. WVATT.
STBAM BAKKKV, N0.M8 M ,t.,b.twsen Jeitsrsoa
.ml Mt 11.1.
HI BltADLEY Las removed ki office to
, lb Third .tract, west of tb 1'bllUps lious.
1 9f)ft LRS. A very nio article of Hon
1 LlJJ ia Comb, and for aale at lis Main at.
alelNTIHa: A BAlhb.
900f . of io Buckwheat Flour
ii JJXJ for sal at lis Mala sireat, S doors bo-
low th Market House,
ANTED 20,000 Pound of old India
kuuber hos, at
UUKHQU'I geoond Store,
a Xo.aos itnist.
rirot of the Oaasonl
The LARGEST And ISO IT DlslRABLK Slock of
. ! . t i
Qenta' Furnishing Goods,
nr. and nov9 veaii.
BVBR BROUGHT TO THIS CITTH
MAT NOW BC gKN AT THB
Wholesale & Retail Clothing House
CHAMBERLAIN & PARKER,
Clegg ltuMing No. 814 Third Htreett
A WO A .hole selection of
CLOTIIHS, DOKSKINS, CAHSIMEKK8,
v nariiNus, etc,
OP THE LATEST .rESlGNM
Wblch will he made nn In th moot approved stvlea
and .1 the shortest noils.
sorturtnor partieiiiar., eall at
augT S14 Third street.
NEW WARE ROOMS!
Oor. Main and 4th sts.
Plain and Fashionable
IVliHh M tu nil a.
Hat It ink,
AT REAS NABLE PRICES!
f WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED,
1 that I hav. th. h..t ....lm.nt f P.,lr.n
Chamlier Suite In thlacttv, and would Invite you to
call and aee for yuoreelves, and at a. low rates as
tbey .an be obtained elsewhere.
MBOALLIOt PARLOR SUITS,
IN ROSB WOOD (SOLID)
Upholstered In raps.wlth rich, Medallion Centres.
Alio, In Brochatelle and Hair Cloth. Alio,
Chamber .Suit, in Jintetnnod.
OA"! and WALNUT.comptete Attapo's What Note,
v. 111. iiur.iuiiier,
I would .ay In eun.lu.lon that they are manufac
tured by myjclf, and would be pleased to have you
come and see uy .took of furniture, whether you
buy or not.
0. P. BOYER,
Prg Corner of 4th and Main streets.
OYSTER DEPOT I!
NO. 60 (TH ST., -W Opp. the U.K. Hotel,
(TODD'S OLD STAND,)
J NAIRN is receiving every day, por Ex-
pres., a very HUPKKIOH quality of
And will continue to supply bis customers during
th- season, either at Wholesale or Retail, at the
lowest market nricet we will mII thorn hv th nn.
half can or dozen, arul a La a oooked in a superior
styie, at a moment's twitloe. septlo-imdAw
W. II. S xVYERS
No. 88 Malast.,oppealte Court Houe,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in '
Foroign and Domestic Fruits, Nuta, Piokloa;
every variety of Fruits hortnctioally
senied in tin ami pi ass,
ters, Salad Oil,
Hau oe a, &o.
Wood and Willow Ware of all vmrimHmm nhiM.
ren's;abs. Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Hocking
But Cash Onlv!
aA TO i'OHTY PKR CKNT. Og A REDUCs
wU tlen on Parlor Suit., .urn a.
FINK BKTTEKS, SOFAS, PARLOR CHAIRS,
Marble and Wooden Top Table., What-Nots, e-,
under the new arrangement of CASH ONLY.
am not telling at Cincinnati prices, but a great
deal LOWER wiRRKTiD. Yoa hav onfy to
o.u.uu see ioryour.oives, tnatratb of my asser
tion. I am Agent for
LENTS PATENT SPIRAL SPRINUS,
wbioh for cheapnaaa and aivaplicity cannot be sur.
passed. Then Sprint-, arstold by tbs dosen, and
any one can put them on to a Slat Bottom Bed.
have alio Koamelled.Oak and Rasewond imlt.ilnn
Chamber Sat. nine pieces to a set something
new for this market, also very low for CASH.
I have now on hand the largest and most com
plete Stook of fine and ordinary furniture ever
ouervu in id. luyion market,
jsptjttf- Corner laln and 3d Stt.
Importer, and Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Beckel Hall Building, Jefferson
Fine Wines. Brandies,
Olns, and Bitter of approved quality.
warranted to as of tbe best brands, and ottered
at prlcea a little In advance of Importation.
Drake & Co.'s
These. Bitter, excel every other known. They
ste a Ionic of auperlor quality, prepared from the
putejulce of the grape, and I. conceded by all who
hv', ''ed It to be tbe best bar bitters in the
Lion'tuntheoldfa.hlon and oft-times Injurious
Stoushten Bitter any longer, but enquire for
1MOWN & lIKAKE'tl CATAWHA,
which wa pledre ourselves are pure and healthy.
They not ooly Impart th mo.t dellclou. bavor to
wine and Liquor, but at the aanie time are a Toulc
of superior quality aud rare merit, without a cath
artlo Ingredient, and it 1. with unbounded ooufi
dence that we recommend them In c.e. of Summer
Complaint, BUUou. Chollc, Dypep.!a Ague Vever,
Ac. In aenera. detillltv. .in...h Ai.,.,ii.7inn ..r n.l
(blood, loa.of appetlte,and exhau.ted vital anenxyi
rthey are acknowled to have no equal.
Article, warranted a. sold, and aatlafaction guar
anteed In all case..
Order, .elicited and promptly tilled, at the very
lowest ia.h rate.. GKOHUK GILBKHT.
novlt-tf JelteKOn St., S door. north Beckel'. Hall
New Dental Office in
No. 124, Jefferson street, near th oorner of
f iitn.in tne reBidenoe formerly oocupi.
ed by L. F. Clatlind; Mrs.Qoodman.
rrtHK subscriber has removed his office from Lima,
j. nnc uu., u., .uu prni.ueutiy looateu aa aoove.
All operation, pertalulng to the practice ot llcutls
try will lie performed In The best manner, and any
style of teeth Inserted that m.v tie urif,.Mfl.
Particular attention paid to luaertiiig his new
..jivvi (iivuv riirveiain note Artinciai loetn.
, . B. A. BA'tTtHtTHWAlT, 1). I). A
Opening Every Day!
New Fall Goods.
MKS. N. HOWARD respeotfullT In
forms the ladles tbat .he has received a large
I'OH FALL, WINTLH,
wbl.b ah offer, to nil at a v.ry small advance, at
hex old Mtabliahmaut
NO. 113 MAIN STREET,
Whar she has Ju.t received a larf aaaortment of
Cora.t., aiay., lr... Cap., Head i.lieea, yiua
Freuob Huohes, Vlower., Klbboui, Bouueu, A..
Thankful lor th patron..;, .u lllwr.lly extended
toward ua, w. hope Uy .trlct attenilon to nieiltadd
reoelra an increasud continuance ol the .am.
AliUI, N. HOWAHU'S,
.. A ho. I IS Malu .t.
Particular attentloa paid to Bleaching, Trluioilug
sod Kcpalrlug ai' kluds of Straw. Velvet and Silk
bonnel.. WWS. N. HOWAKU, .
VVlU-Siad Jfo, HI AULs St.
ANOTIiFR NKW BOOK I
DH. BONAPARTE B ORJQAT WORK.
-. PMVATK Ot(Tk TO HKAI.TH
r A Rt PHl-liN I1N Al l.thediaeas-
J y ej if tlie geitital organs ol the
f L J 1 male and f4uilet with the latest
i f 1 rti.Mvers in rproductlon. The
S I j latlltnted should use na remedies
,1 vt.,K i'tfiore learning from this valuable
V ,yWf Bwork tha sutl(rlty of the au
t , - ""' I hr's I'arls and London treatment
t7of orlvatii ihseitspa hoth married
T nd slttsle should flooiu t it. Thta
V 'book tells how to cura thefollow
tff ' Ing Diseases, and enlightens those
who b i ope Indarknessi
Uftniiorrhoa, imtt shordee. Itrlcture, Phy mo
ils, Paraphvmosls, Gravel, gnthllla, Buho, Warta,
Diotonns, nrniumi'm, wminni tvjiness, menaiur
ballon or ei-ahuae, Lucorrhea or W hires. Hun-
riresslon of the Menifi, Falling of the Wombf how
o prevent Prevent Pregnant, Menstruation, Bar
renness, Rheumatism, fco. It treats oa Midwliery,
A oor i im, Diiflcarriaice, oeieriary, with remarks to
the young and old ol hoth sexes, ft telle how to
distinguish pregnancy and bow to avoid It, te.
1'orieot litiiuuara agitinst timokery.
Fortieth edition Kto.oou copies sold annually.
1 his boos sent uuder seal. Dost oalil. to all narts
of tha world, onthereoelpt of lie cants. or Ore cop
ies for 91.
lr.iionnparteft Cerent Preventive
Thtlllinnl. htilthrtil Ami vt afrMittial n...nl.
We Is beyond a comparison with anything yet d is
covered, a has bern proved hy years ol experience,
aud In no Instance has It iailed when nppiicuae
eordlug to direvtton. M&rr.ed people who do not
wiu tumoroB c tneir iam i uea, snouKi oe in poseas
lonof this Instrument. PIrce mluceoto c.
l)r Bonaparte's renrh Parent Male Hafel This
article enables those whose hrslth or olrcumstan
ceatib not permit an Increase oi f amily, to regulate
or lltnlt the number ol their nrtsnrlmr. vill.nt lit.
jurlng theconstituilon. It Is the only sale and sure
fi(STju.iv0 saBEtiuss pregnauoy toil aisease. J he
atntve article is sppcUlly intended to luitiil this de
stileratumi it la perlectlv satei no metallasuhstAnee
sitters into Its composition. The price of the
Krenoh Patent Male fle, one dollar the sing .e one,
four dollars uer half dozen, and aevan d.iis.r
Madame Loxler's Female Monthly Pills Isasafs
and reliable remedy lor sutmressiona ami all rmai
diseases. Ladles should not use them during pieg-
aan..U, alley will piVtlUCC 111 larvltrrl rag V rri0e,OUe
dollar per box extra tine flvedoiiars. Kent to any
address by mall, inxtt Iree. No letters will be n.
a wered un)essthe contain a remittance or a postage
All ordersaddressedto Dr. E. Bon afabtk, No. IM,
Kyoamore street, between Fifth and bixth streets,
Cincinnati, Ohio, will be punctually attended to.
lr. B. can btcousu. ted upon all secret dlseaees. He
Is uno.ue-tlona.ily acknowledged to be the ohani
plou aud king ol Venereal Diseases, aod only Phy
sician in the Union who has traveled on the contin
ent of Kurope, and the only Doctor who has visited
theirceiebrated Hottpitals, as well as their medical
institutions, and receiving their monthly reports,
otttrrs to all those who desire to consults profession
al parson, the result of torty years experience in the
Hospitals ol Kurupe aud America Cuutldentlal con
sultation daliy, i rum a. m. until 10 r. m
Confidential Medical Advice 1 1
AT the HulTftlo Private Hoepitnl Ketab.
llshedforthe cure of Hyphlils. aemlnal Weak
ness and the Secret Inllrmltiesol Youth and Matu
rity hy Un. AMOK it HUN, Multalo, IN. V. OLtJce,
corner of AInlu and 4uay streets, (up stairs.)
A MOST 01KNTIK10 IN VBNTlOM.
An Instrument for the cure of genital Debility, or
Nocturnal Kmlsslons, more properly known as aem
lnal Weakuess, etc. Can be permanently cured in
from liftoen days to two months, hy the use of this
Instruinent.when used conjointly with medicines
YOtlNOMBN TAKB PARTICULAR NOTICH.
Dr. AMOS and SON take pleasure In announcing
that they have invented a most i in porta at instru
ment for the cure of the above diseases. It has been
subjected to a test by the most eminent physicians in
London, Paris, Philadelphia aud New York. It has
been declared tbe only uselul instrument which has
ever yet been Invented, for the cure of nemiual
Weakuess, or any disease ol the genital organs,
caused by thesecrethabitsof youth. Price Ten iols
lars,by lUailor Express.
A CURB WARRANTED,
or. AM Jt) and SON have devoted their attention
exclusively to this peculiar class of maladies, and
the relief they have consequently been able to ren
der Ihelr fellow-creature, la fully testified and grate
fully acknowledged by convalescent patients aud
others dally arriving In town, from all parts of the
oountry. for the express purpose only ol consulta
tions, while their exertions haveboeu orowned with
the most slgual advantages yet .rum what they
have experienced in enquiring Into the causes of
these Iniectlous complaints, (lrom their most simple
oomlltiou to that of the most dangerous aud invet
erate,) they have alwaiseutertal tied the possibility
of their prevention and removal, and likewise ln-
vanaoiy iuo.uo.uiai me most norritiie and malignant
forms of disease could almost invariably be traced
to one of the following causes: Ignorance, neglect,
or the llletlvclsof uusalUlut or improper treatment,
therelore Oi AMUb aud SON have succeeded In
discovering, In the selection, of their remedies, a
sale, eitl-ctual and cautious course) omitting all
combination of remedies which bear an equivocal
character, as well as those whose premature or Inju
dicious application might be productive uf bad uua
aouuencrs in the bauds ol lirivate lndivliis.U. in
shoit, the laudable end of their remedies is the less-
emugui a grimi mass oi numau misery dy the ajlev
latlou, relief and prevention ol those grievous af
flictions that are tn reality the secret foe of life, and
which, while they so extensively surround us. call
aloi d for our skill aud iuteriureuce lor their exter
Personsln an part of the world may he success
fully treated by forwarding a oorreet detail of their
ease, with the remittance for medicines, etc.
Address Ur. AMOS and SON, somer Main and
Quay streets , Buffalo . N . Y. jan7-dawly
WHEELER '& WILSON,
Corner of Tnlid and JeSeraon,
DAYTON, - OHIO.
WE offer the Wheeler A Wilson Sewini
Machines, with Important Improvement., at
a reduction of '6 on former prior., and to meet the
demand for a UUOII, low-priced Family Machine,
have Introduced a .NKW STYLE, working upon the
me principle, and making the .ame.tltoh, though
not so highly rlnl.hed, at
FIFTY-FIVE DOLLARS I
The elegance, .peed, nol.ele.. nee. and slmpllotty
of the Machir.e,the beauty and strength ol slltch,
being AM UK UN llOTH SIDKS, Impossible to ravel,
and Teaving no chain or ridge on the under side, the
economy of thread, and adaptability to the thlcae.t
or thinne.t fabric, ha. rendered thl. the mo.t .uo
oe.sfuland popular Sewing bleohlnenow made.
Atourvarlou. once., wo .ell at New York pri
ses, and give lnatruotlons free ot oharge, to enabl
purcha.er.to.ew onUuary aeama, hem, fell, quilt,
gather, bind and tuok, all on tb hui Machine, and
warrant It for three year.,
SKNUORCALL PO A CinnT7r.AR.nnnt.lnln.
fnll particular., price. , tea tlmonlala, .to.
J.MIO W , HUMAaH ft ;U.
SELF . II EAT ING
0. F. MORRILL Patentee, Boston.
fHISIUra IS HEATED WITH ANAL.
A eohol Ituip, which Is attached to It with a
pring, wnicn can o put on aud taken off with
Pienaure. It take, hut 16 minute, tn nut th. Irnn in
readme., for work, and It will remain .0 a. long a.
It la reiuilred. The heat may be regulated a. de
Ired, The Iron, are of the u.ual weight., and th
..mi, id uu iuuuuiur.iice,auu it i. warranted not to
souths clothes. Th beating lluid will soatabout
9 oent. per hour.
The Self-healing Iron Is certainly ons of the
greate.t Invention, of the age, and the ladle, will
thank the Inventor for bla .ulli in aavlug them a
roa. ling over, atovet aod tho. a who buy th fuel
will look upon him a. a benefactorof the pocket.
These Smoothing Irons may be had at th shoe
tor of L. BUVINGKR, Third .treat, near the
Xenla llepot, or at th ra.idenc of tbs Agent. 06
East Third street
W. O. CRUTCH FIKLD,
lepts s" ' Agsntfor Montgomery County.
Read, Read the News.
25 CENT PICTURES ! !
IN N ICC CASE,
CAN HE HAD AT
EVEKY DAY FROM DATE, AND A
better ntotura for US CUNTS than can be had at
any other Gallery for l,ui. We alao haveoa hand
the large.t ...ortiaent of Fin Caaea in the City,
which we otter
1H ler Ceut. iur
Than auy oth.r f.atlery. We buy our.tockln suoh
s manner that we ar prepared to offer superior In
ducement, to the nubile. Our urluu. r.n,. from UA
ceut. to S Jd.oo, thus placleg It in tha power of ail
to secure the ehaduwa of frlemla. on, mntoi l.
,'K XC'hLSIOMI" and we aludy to please.
aajttoouis on aa ttt., sign of tn Ameri
UQVI4 smqaw B. iSALDWIW.
1 TIERCE beat 8 C Heef, very nioeaii
1 1. N. k W.W. ORKKN'R
QODEY'B Ladj' Rook, for May, just re-
20 W 14 Cheese, yery line, at 9 cents, to
vsloetlilut,at I. M.A W. M. OkabN'l
BOOTS, SHOES, iC, IC.
NEW WORK, at tho OLD STAND
N. SI, JrHoraon Hrvel,
'It la now aeltled th.t the i a.ttko health of awl
nn, women and children, drend. on the condition
at ineir iole. i"
ULD UEM'ECIIILLV S
U70ULD kksPC'lrtLLV fAY 1U
v the citizens of Davton and inrroundlns coun
try, that his Spring nd Hummer stork is now com
plete, consisting oi all kinds ol Ladles', MIfs a1, and
Children's Boot a, shoes, (aitt-rs, Ac, wlihheeiaor
without) alao a large assortment nf Mens', Uoyt ,
aod Vonlhs Boots, (.alters, and Oxinrd lira.
Having purehased his stock npht liom the fscto
rlee for cash, enatdea him to sell na cheap, or cheap
er thati any other house In this city.
He also has a large supply of Mens Patent Leath
er Hoot, Osller and Oxford Tie Tops, which he will
sue to omer to nt me ioot.
He keeue constantly emnleved the beat workmen.
and la prepared to do all kluds of Custom W oik on
All rlis repaired freeof charge.
Heasl.se lllral share nf nuliHn natrnnaire. And
feels confident that hecsn please all whoonlei woik
Hememtertheold and favorite nlace.61.Jf Itfrson
street, below the market. aprao
SMITfl & WESSON'S.
LANGDON'S 'hVhI) RE STORE.
NO. 78, WAIN 8'lKKkT.
TII1S Piatol in the liplitent one In the
world that has force. WelEht-nntv Ten Ounrea.
la loaded quicker than other Pistols are capped.
la auie tire under all clreumataitci's. ISo inmrv ii
caused to the Arm or Ammunition by allowing It
to remain loaded any length of time. It Is so sim
ple In Its construction that It U not liable to get
out of order.
It I Perfrcllr Safe to Curry!
The cvllnder holds seven shots. Two n.nm th.n
other small pistols. my 7
One Horse shoeing shop,
ON THIRD BTREiiT,
A few door Kast of th Tost Omen,
"THE Subscriber is now better prepared.
A than sver to accommodate his old customer., and
tn puoiio, in trie
in Its various branches. Partlrnlar attention
will be given to all lame lior.ra, .uch na
.put hoof., and hpof-hound, andoirn.ln their feet,
will be cured aatllactory to the owner of auoh hor
ae., and If not, money will be relumled.
ALHO. Hor.e. that Interfere will he .hod to pre
vent It, and warranU-il, oi money relunded.
He will personal!) u n.ntend all work entru.td
to blsoare. Thank ml 1. r paatfavora.he re.iectlully
ask. a continuance of the l'tron'i;e ol lii.oldcu.
tomer., and will be luppv in lOcjSnniodate as many
aaw ones aa may favor h. in wlthacall.
ir-uwiy r. A in AN Hit FKHMAN.
- a -
. eT . OS 2 C
b IL "
O 3 8
S5 w a
2 f o o
li r a
GROCERIES SPRING STOCK
BIMM & BRO.,
IliEAU OF TIIK UA!1N,
HAVE JUST KECEIVED TUE1R
Spring .tooa, embracing In part
loo Bag. Prime Klo Collte.
lit do Javaand Mocha.
Fine atock ol all alnd. of Sugar.
6(1,000 pouud. extra S. C. Hama.
o,ooi do do Shoulder..
.80,000 do do side..
lo,uoo lbs. extra 8. C. ti 11,1 nrcr.
IUU bu.h. choice White Ueana.
60 butt. a..ort d Virginia 'I nbacco.
60 client, aud caddie, aaeortrd lea..
60 boxe. No. 1 German soup,
a do Pure Corn starch,
v 'J4 do Salaratus.
so do Noda.
'0,ouo One Cigar..
76 .ack.Urled Pcaohe.and Apple..
A large lot of fresh White, .h, pick.r.l, Shad,
Dass, Coilllsbaud lUackcrcl,
loo lilil.. No. I f.uilly Klour. mhll
CUSTOM M A D B "li 00 1 s" A IS j7b U 0 E 8,
UUb'lOM MADJS HOOTS ANO bllOlirJ
tUblOM MAUH U00X8 AiSD bllOliS,
OF KVfcHY BTYLK,
OK KVKKY bTYLE,
MAD THE DKbT 21g L
MADB IN TIIK BtbT MAKMiR
MAKK IN TUB JJKbT MAMSKR,
PKOMPTLY TO OKDEH,
PROMPTLY TO OKUKR
I'KCMPTLY TO ORDER.
AND WARRANTED TO PLiASK.
AND WaHKANT.ii on 1.1 luti.
AND WARRANTED 13 PLbASk'
At tbe Custom Work Bbop of
B. N. DAVIS,
No. 79, Jefferson street.
Ti N. I)., having; disposed of Lis stcck of
ifi. '.n.T.'i0.'.'. w .'.k uo""n. hereafter .1. vole
hi. entire attention to nianulacluring home mac e
work, which he will get up In an, at, ie to .ult l.,a
ed to "teti'i re,iJubUo1 whom be will be plea.,.
He invite, ladle, and gentlemen to cal 1 and leave
order, for work, and he pledge, hi. repm.tlon a. a
m"u and meoh,ul(! , ult,Me aiiwhocan b jileand.
W e"' ijieaeure iu ouiunu tne at
t.llllAB III All , ,,.1. ..... I -1.1."
.nmi nun ciiiitens at net.
f.V-;..our exlr brands ol HtKMl BALllS;OHK
orom,1;'.;,!;:. "!"ly Allord"..
supply of Cov.d .Ued ,U"
sept 1 H"", or. Main and Third street..
FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to RREENE'Sf
A'tt and Beautiful Slyltt of
C assimeres, Vestines
J rUBRISBIXO GOODS' i
h NEW STYLES OF SJIlllTSI 1 1 p
In which to keep cool during the "Heated 5
?S At BREENB'8. f
U Nn. 1. Main it.....' tU
-I " svi.iv.s7i., MJny iuu.
FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to HREENE'si
Fresh Meat Every Day.
Daily Meat and Provision
6A itr$et, 274 went of Jtrovn ttrett,
TKKI'S .i.i..!. i a i.. l . . .
j ouu rreen meats 01
.very alnd. Butter, Kgg., and Vegetablee. In
-n " "pm-i obv.ta.bi.M5
ti"Ashdoeshtsown butchering, the Puhllee.n
lil," ?H Pr"'"rlua 'r"b Meat .vtNtaoiiit.lu-
""ire. tnepeopie to kuow that
on Mosnay morning they can procure meat slaught
ered during the nrevlmi. iil.hi 'ii.... ..t7.
bear thta In mind. '
,ei,.ni.r..i . .....
.... V . .. F. paironage.ne. Ollol t. a anntln.
uance of uubllc lavor, determined to deserve It.
------ . ..wn irum viowuBir.eT
Buggies s Carriages
m.asa.. MCI. a tUCrSOH aVBt.Clattr.
A LARGE lot of scoond hand )uifc,ie and
Carriage for sale at very low prices lor cash,
ODEY for September.
b. A.F. B. SHULL.
ODEY for AnKust,
" par a Hm t..
1U No. 1 White fish, Trout, MaTikere
aad OoilSab, at I, M, a W. M, dkAAN'i