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DRUG STORE.
main riti:i:r,
BETWEEN MARKET AND KOUKTH-
W. S. lioBINSON,
(atrocs.soa e ni-aa.ar. aoaiHeo-,)
T.4 NOW RRCE1VINO AT THIS WKI,i,
A knows ittiil his FOt'BTH purchase for thli
eea.oe.frnia New Turk, Philadelphia, ItlHnntf M
Ciiialnnatl. a general assortment of good, uiuftlll
k.pk In ft Sr.!- cla. Prut Mtore.
Aieoiif the h'rt-iif'ul nn y be found genuine Lu
bi.i's h r-n.ri ktroi. for the l-adlea, K. Dnpilv'B
'Kl. Ms nil,,,'" Bum's Frn.l..ne, (Jlenn'a,
Hiule's Harrlenn',, Wright's, fl.rny's ant other
Perfifnary) Fancy Aoa. of every Btyle Ami quality,
such e. Sa.ln'a, lilenn'B, fliile' Honey, f.lycerltie,
Frenglpens and Camphorated fto-ifii Ponetne, Fra
elve eed Ueutilne olil hrowo Windsor soap. Ac, ,.
LlqUOKS.
fill! line of pure Liquors, by the bottle or tdnt,
for aaadleln.1 end meahtnloal purpose, Turner'B
Ulnsei Wine, aad Blackberry Breuilyi superior Ca
tawba WlM.
BURNING FLUID.
tre quality, suitable, for Patent asd Common
U1LH, PAINTrf, AND VARNISU,
M every poselble kind, eolnr unit quality.
FKUITJAKS,
In great variety, bought directly fmre, tlv rnnrae
turera, foro.h, and oau and will, tiu;?elore, be Bold
as oheap m inr house In this cty.
BtKUUAVK 'H UUU.ASI) HITTERS,
For which UnvM)PVnt for this city and oounty.
Dealers, eujipi led at the Manufacturer' prices,
PA I EST MEUIiJINKS,
taf every kind bow la us. '
HAIR OIM AND POMADES,
Of a thousand different varieties.
WUAI.K Oil. HOAP,
For the artal destruction of InseOa on Plantt and
Fiowere.
Coetar's Rat Extorminator, Lyon's Maj
nelis inaeot 1'o.wilet; Bod Bug Exterminator,
a ur, thjn,
BRUSHES.
Matr,Teth, Nail, Whltewaah, Shoe, Rerun, rhi.t
tng, Oerpet, window. Paint, Varnl.h, Artut's .,
A-, without number.
WHITE LEAD AND UNSEED OIL,
Of tha very beat quality, always onhnnd) Glaia and
Putty, Fluid Lampiaud LArspwtik.
TUILKT OtKJDS,
In endleea variety, and of heat quality, A large tot
of Varntth bought recently at forced aale In New
York, whioh I aaa sell to dealer! at lean than Cln
ainnatl prles.
ALSO,
RoblnnoiT. Hlr Tonic, coloifn Couith Mixture, W
rrh(B lorlll. Horae Llulmcnt, ilore PuwJer,
i KUkrn.ativHl to give uUr ntuUctlon
oloaa'i Condition 1'owder, lioughton's
Peprin.
Phftioiunt' rorlpttoniOftrf,ruUy Anil AcmirpvtHy
ompomiflM. ol tha best mciitultiei uou othei
ihll b uted.
To my fnnU nnA the puMtc Cfner1ly I would re-
turn mjr moit jrntefdl thtnki for the I .hern I nutron-
Me KtendtxJ to the Ute ilrm of H. Jk H., would
kTndlf tollfllt 1U eootlnuenee, ulio nu HXAniiii.
ttoo of my 110011 by thote who hv not hereto-
fore petronlzedthehouee.
I em permanently lMted here, find expect to mike
friends And ouitomere by fnlr druiinp.
Children tent to mT itore for nnythinc wtll he
waited up n end the lime price charged m tf their
Dftrenti otmi themeelvei.
JUST KKCEIVKD,
Atrtre Mnortmentof Fruit Jert of thclittest itrle),
ftttU eAlln Wax.
HIK08 AND CAOKM.
Bird Heed, ftnd, tn thort. everything beloofiing
fttriotly to my tuiinose.
jjrl6 W. 9, ROBINSON.
,GOODTHINGS mu
J U S T A R R I V E D I
THE following are some of the necessaries
and luxurlee Juat received :
SO Bbla BMtUaality of Cr&Dberriei!
500 Hbla Apples, oompriain); :
ltollellowors,
R I Greenings, Vandiver Pippina,
(iolilen KllaacH,
and other varletlea of cholco and common fruit.
20 Ill's M R Ruisins very nice.
50 Drums extra I'ii.
1 Bbl Sultana Trunos '
A very excellent article,
Ao.An. BRAN DEN RL RU it, I o.
No. sao Third at. (journal tni) irnvT
HKNRY L. BROWN, A H. IKWINj
BROWN & IRWIN,
BIU OP TI1K BAK1S,
HAVE the beat of Charcoal and common
Horse Shpe Iron.
BROWN h IRWIN
Have the beet of Round, Square and Flat Iron.
BROWN a. IRWIN
Have the beat of Band, Hoop, oval, Half Round aud
Hheet Iron.
BROWN A IRWIN
Have tha beat of Wagon Buggy, Spring aad Tandy
BROWN lit. IRWIN
Hava the beat of Norway and Brenzon Nail Roda.
BROWN A IRWIN
Hava the beat Hlab ttteel and slab Iron. .
BROWN A IRWIN
Hava tha baatof Rouaul,Flat, Square and Octagon
Steel.
BROWN A IRWIN
Have the beat of Pittsburgh Springe and Axles.
BROWN k IRWIN
Have tha beat of Carriage Hub Baadi, and Tire and
Plo Bolta.
BROWN A UtWIN
Havethebeetoi Baliowa, Anvi la and solid Box Vises.
BHUwn at inwin
Manufacture and aell Stovea, Hollow Ware, Ao.
BROWN A IRWIN
Keep Tin of all alnda, Sheet, Zino ajtd Iron.
BROWN A IRWIN
Keep Copperand Tin Bottoma. HloekTiaaod Solder.
BROWN A IRWIN
Keep pie platea. fruit can tops, and bottoma, Ao ,all
of which will be soul te the trade at the lowest
prices. augs
New Furniture Store!
Cabinet Makers'
TJisIOlSr!
J5 Ult.YI TURK,
Chairs, Matreasea, &c.
W1RB ROOMS ON MAIN BTREET,
BETWEEN 1ST AND 20.
HAVING TAKEN THE STAND FOR
mel ly oooupied by W. Uillesple, we nre nituiu
faeturtug all alnda of Furniture tlrat ctaaa wr
rauted, which we are prepared to aell at the lowest
urlcee. We are all practical workmen, and we nat
ter ouraelvea our work will give aatiafactton tooui
new euatomers.
All ordere for work promptly atteuded to.
ooti
lmatrich Kelt,
ATTORNEY at LAW.
OFFICE IN THE EMPIRE BUILDING
Third street, Dayton, O.
WILL make collections and attend to the
praetioe of his Profession generally, In Montgom
ery and the adjoining counties: draw and acknowl
edge deeds and mortgages, and prepare all other le
gal instruments. aepUC
Fresh Oysters.
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BK.srU.UALI L'Y OrfOYSrKRS
will be served up In any style de-
aired, at any time of day or night, and at
short notice, at the
BAN II EXCHANGE,
JViraoa Street, just below Second.
sit
JOHN CO.
JOS. r. MAVIS.
HEM. W. KYEM.
OKO. M VXDS
H. N. CLARK,
SUCCESSOR TO
JJIyers St Vo,9
Wholesale Confectioners,
No. 40, Main St. , third dcor below 2d.
CINCINNATI.
Of M.
TEACHING, TEACHING! TEACHING!
LV. II. CR09HY will give lesHons in
aao, Violin, Klute, Vlollncello, Ac. and will
furnish aa esoelleot Uuitar teacher for those who
prefer a thorough knowledge uu that instrument
raxticuiai palu will betaaen with
VBW BEOINNER3,
Aod with the sultlvatlon of the voice.
aetS 101 Mam strict, Uayton.
Violins, Violins, Violins.
LV. H. CROSBY has received and will
aell a lot of superior toned Vlollus, cheaper
than ever ottered ia Dayton, at
oots 107 Main at., u, any opposite the Market,
MUSIC1 MUSIC!! MUSIC!!!
LV. H. CROSBY is daily receiving Music
of the ateat unulleatloue, by the most popuiat
authora.
AU orders from abroad wlU be ailed without ex
traoharge. fostags free.
OflU 07 Main street, Dayton.
For Sale. ,
A HOUSE and Lot, on Main street, 1)
aqrs. from the Court House, aud snuwaaathe
Teaperaiue tiuuee. The house la wall calculated
fur a Hotel ot Hoarding House, tot , (reut, lr
tee feet deep. 1 '
v.r paruuulara, Isajulre of
Jt UIIMr KiawUtOIB.
Railroad Time Table.
Traim arrive knj depart at followi:
raaiaa
i.
jlNClNAIl, HAMILI'ON A lAti6
ii . . .....
at train,
I M a la.laa .
I .t a lj, r m
I 4.0 p S.U f m,
i - LLLLr L'i01
M.tta .
Ind,
Sd,
4th,
H NlU.SKY, UAVTON, CINCiN N ATI.
Dalawara A n.ia K.
10 a i
tllia
9aadak7 Mall,
10.11 ft in
13,fiO p
20 p m
S.Sfl a ta.
4,00 a a.
,U p at'
I'eiawara Night Ex,
Bellefnnlalna K.
IllVTliSIL umiitii.
. -"a vin a nilVIUVAfl,
lit Train. . . I iaii i i qa .
Id " I U . . Alrl-.
' bknY's'i WKHIKKaVVTolDdiai.epoU.)"
ltTT.n. - TOOftMl lMOfttn.
'IR RRNVILI.fi A MIAMI. fT tntiiennnlli.
lit Tretn. . I in u . . i a ql .
S'i " - . . 1 tAtux I U . J
DAYTON Mfl ""i c.a.li yum
litTraio. . . I n 11 . .
S'l M . . I I It n n I atfLAikwaa
Time of Closing the Mails.
POST OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859.
;
I'tili further notice, Mailt will clone at Oil'
offlea a foJIowal
Fnt New York. Philadelphia, and New England
Stataa, daily, except Haxlae, atll liam.
P r Cincinnati, ()., Kaalera, Weitern, Northern
and Southera Stntea, daily, aicept Eundav, at
8. no a m, and 5,30 p at.
For Columhu and aneerille, 0., dailj except
.Sunday, at ll.lt a m.
Kur Xeniannd Yellow Fprlogiat 11.1. a m.
Kr Miatnl.'hurg, tlermantown. Franklin, Hani
ilton, Katon, 0., and Contterrrille, nd daily.
except Sunday, at 6.30 p tn.
r or eprtnirlluld. Krliana, Tifnn, Handu.ky and
Clemlan I, 0., daily, except Sunday, at V.60 a m.
Fnr Kichinnnd. Cainlridie, Centrerilla, Indian-
apolia, Ind., and New Paria, 0., daily at t. 0(1 p m.
for UreenTllla, 0., Lntnn City, Wlnchertor,
Muncle, and Jay County, Ind., daily, except Bun
day, at 60 a m.
For Troy, Covington, Pinna. Sidney, Pt. Mary'e
and Ft. Wayne, Toledo and Mickiian, daily, ax-
oojtt flundRy, at 1.50 a m.
For t nion, Wet Milt. ,n, ami Liule York, Te
day and Miturday at 7.HH a ni.
For Juhnerille.New kenanon and Weat Alax
andria, nn Tue.day and Saturday, at 7. .10 a n.
For Clayton, Centre, and Ludlow, on Frrday f
ea'dt week, at m.
For Centriville. Lebanon and Raton. Tnetda r.
Thundny and Saturday, at 13,00 m.
ror andaliaand Cua.inuerr.burt-. 12.l.Toaa-
dtiy and Saturday.
For Taylorarilia, Wedietday anil Satardei , at
7.30
E. A. KING, Postmaster.
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FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGN!
Saddlery, Harness &Truuk
MANUFACTORY!
CREW & WAHFOUD,
ItKCKEL'S NEW HU1LUING,
JeSeisonat. .bet wenBecond and Third
sio or tiil; iiiusauule,
DAYTON, OHIO,
AUK NOW HKTTKKlMtKPA REDTIIAN
they evci ware to manufacture every thing lathe
SadJK', Hurncsu. Trunk, Ytiliae, and Curvet
itnK Line.
They hio hnv thcup artlctre, of the beit quality
of atm-k tnd wirkiiinnsliip nlwa)t on hand, and lor
tile at the loweit citBh ratci.
Hoi us Utanketi, lluilalo Hobei, Whlpi, Blti,
BruHhpi, Ac, always lor sale.
IflUvlng tecuivd in aitdltion to their flnt
iorue, the etTvlcei ol a workmen who hat
not yet luen excelled tn the world, and whote
work hn tit ken the premium at the "Wnrld'1
Knir," they invite Kfiitlf men who deal re the tlr.eit
work tocull ntideXHinineepeclitietii, And order work
llonn praotical worn men, entcntced in the buiineei
for a liuuil'er ol yenri. Hnd haviiiK the heit work
turn and the heif luck to he had. they defy cooi pe
tition, ntui u nr cinni'ririBuii ui won.
UKI'AIKIN li UK ALL Kl N DS,
Done In the best nmnner, and at the lowest rates
I hey invite the people from city and country to
give them a call. jyJ9-tl
Heckler, ilemley Oaxton
mo. oo v sot ao st.,
II AVE JL'ST RECEIVED A LARUn
1 1 stock of
Queensware,
China Ware,
Glass Ware,
Plated wnro,
Rrittunia Ware,
Lookini; tilasses,
Table Mats,
Tea Waiters & Traya,
Lamps, all kinds,
CutlerySpoons.ifca.
Our stock or Plated Casrors, itlioohs, As., are all
of the best itiality; warranttii. Pricea from $5 to
viSeai-h liucenaware, Glnaa Ware, As., we will
aell aa cheap aa the cheapest, riease give us a call
ou Old W arkct strrel.
UKCKLER, REMLKY A MAXTON.
octll
Three New Soaps,
FROM TUB
Boston lndcxical Soap Co.
1, SILVER BOAP,
FOIl cleaninit: and polirtbing silver, "Plated.
Dritsnnla and Tin Wares. Also; for cleaning
tine house paint, mirrors, marble, window class,
enrritwe snd htrne'S mountiiiKs.it is invaluable. It
may te used with entire safety, as it contains noth
Iiir that can possibly injure the tinest plate or jew
elry. Price In cents.
2. PUMICB BOAP.
FnrseourliiK i-nrt whitening the hands. It readily
removes nil the new dirt irom the hands, and most
of the old, leaving the skin soft anil delicate). Far
superior to sand and p undue soaps.
Price Iftrent.
3. INDEXtCAL SHAVING SOAP.
A new and most delightful .having soup, making
a rich, solt lather, leaving the lace free Iron,
all routfhntss, etc.
Price lo cents. The above soaps for sale by
nuvl7 1K. STEWART, sole agent for Dayton.
J. M- Watters & Bro.
The latest style of
Phueton & Straight Bodied Buggies.
ALSO,
Jenny Lied and Hockaway Carriage!,
x uui au ariiinu vvauuinb,
TUB LAKUF.ST ASSORTMENT IN TUB 0ITT.
We have L'svett's t'ttinnt Coupling, and
Chapman's antl-Rattlera. (au liuprovement
oonilug Into extenalve uae, and giving aatis-
lautiuu. vve uae me neat material inruugnout,
warrautlng all uur wurk. And vs to PRIC:. can
ouiupvte with any eatalill.hmeut In tlie City or atate.
iu hi reel, l .uaioi g.uuul,
septl (Opposite Hesse's Mill.)
TUNNEL COAL!
PEllltY COUNTY COAL.
WAURAMTKD TO BB TBI
Cheapest Coal
in ouio,
AndCwlll be aold for leaa than any
Coal In Dayton.
A LL PERSONS SHALL BB ACCOM
il modeled with the beat Coal, and at Lowia
sathstham kvas orimtu. 1 uey shall be aooou
modated at their own iiricea, In reason. IMia't eoa
tract tor coal before vailing on Die.
MaJ-COttB ONE AND ALLTrt
tho. axHfrriis,
nu.ov, u.iu iimt.ur a. r.rrrvuuuiy v.wi uuiv..
on (Jewel, near webbert's Luuibei i aid, laug M.J
-esr
MAMUFAClOBEk Or
CARRIAGES k BUGGIES
Latest by Telegraph.
Congress—XXXVIth Session.
HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.
Mr. Larabee sent to tha Clark's table a
eopy of thai M .Iwaukie Vree Deinnerat, frota
which the latter read the proceedings of a
meeting purporting te be held by Herman
adopted oilinone, in whitjh sTmpatby ia ex
prrssod for John llrown, holding him as a
aohle hearted and rosolute man, fit to lie
held up hj the friends and champions ol
freedom for the imitation of mankind. Al
to saying that adopted oititens are hostile to
tyranny of any kind.
Mr, Larebeo remarked that if any of hit
colleagues did not reeognite that paper at
Kepubiioan, let tliem say to. At bit rt
quest a editofial in the tame paper with
the proceedings of the meeting wat read,
11 wat eatisBed that the honorable Went'
tor Iron Wisconsin, Mr, Doolittle, wot
mistaken when he taid there wat no newat
paper in that State wbioh supported John
tirownt invasion ol Va. Uo thought,
however, that at the time the fact to which
he had just referred had not been brought
t Mr.Uoollttle e notice.
Mr. Larabee needed not to be informed
at he had been by the leading Herman citit
sent of Wit , that such were not their opin
ions. He had been in the midat of tliem
fur 14 rears, and could say that a more in
telligent, loyal a.p.l patriotic clan were not
living on the soil of the United States.
They were hostile to fanaticism and tenti-
entt of disunion, and the war on the
South.
He held it to ba hit duty to hurl back
the accuaationt against tbe part of Witoon
sin he had the honor to represent. He was
surprised to hear gentlemen oharge the
present administration with corruption and
extravagance.
lie thought the President wat entitled to
all praise. No man should visit his mere
personal slights on his party, because be
might have been omitted iu the paltry die
tributiun of federal olhces.
We all agree that the Republican party
organisation at the North ia a purely sec1
lional party, and that the inevitable result
of the succeat of any sectional party in the
country must ba a rupture of the Union.
1 hit wat the very ttate ol things whioh
Washington warned us of in hit farewell
address a great party built on a geograph
ical line.
He thought Mr. Seward's remarks rei
specting ao irrepressible conflict, originated
in bit ambition lo reach the I residential
ohair, thinking an appeal to sectional pasi
siont and prejudices tht best way to reaoh
it.
He never bad ant doubt that the raid of
John llrowo waa the legitimate etlect ot tbe
extreme section ot tbe Republican party
North the teachings of the Tribune, Wem
ucll Phillips and others.
He had heretofore thought a dissolution
of the Union impossible, but now ventured
to say that if northern men persisted in this
course, and the South preuch against the
North, the dissolution may not be a ques
tion of time, but may be hero; and the first
act may prnduoe the calamity.
Mr. Larabee then reviewed Mr. Seward's
irrepressible conflict doctrine. Ho never
heard on this floor or on the stump, the Roi
publicans denouncing Abolition sentiments.
It appeared to him that the oonllict was not
between different kinds ol labor, but be
tween different races of men.
Ha did not believe in the unity of the hua
mun race. II the slaves wore free, what
could bt dune with them? The North don't
want them.
A cull of the House was ordered. A pre.
liminary ballot for Speaker was had whioh
resulted aa ollows: Sherman 111: Bocook
85; Boteler 23; scattering lJ necessary to a
ohoice 115. Another ballot wai taken re
sulting b follows; Sherman 110, Bocock
84, Boteler 15, (ieo. Briggt y remainder
tcuttctuig. Adjourned.
From Charleston.
HARPER'S FERRY, Dec. 17.
Various surmises have been indulged in
in regard to the attempted escape ot Cook
and Coppie. It is said Cook refused to tell
how be came by tbe knife, and also that he
had tbe countersign whereby be would
have been enabled to pass the sentinel.
This however needB confirmation and is
hardly reliable.
Much indigoation was experienced by
some of the headstrong in reierenoe to the
officials of the jail, but a large majority of
our oitixens express confidence in them,
and spurn the idea that they were bribed
by the friends of Cook, The hole made in
the wall waa a larger one, and tbe room
was in the 2d story.
Cook after bis capture, said to a gentle
man that they had done the best they could,
that life was as sweet to them as any one
clue, and that they had planned it for ten
days. They had set Tuesday night for tbe
attempt, but it was deferred on aoeount of
their not wishing to compromise Cior. Wil
lard, who was in town that night
'1 lie prisoners o onversed ou a variety of
sutjeots yesterday morning, Uoofc said to
a gentleman who addressed him, that he
fully believed slavery to be a sin; and that
be believed it would be abolished in Va ,
in less than ten years, and by tbe people of
Va. lie was prepared to die in such a
cause; and thought he had done nothing to
r. gret aa far at principle is concerned.
Coppio aaid that he feared the affair waa
not ended yet; that tbey had frienda in the
North whe would not rest satisfied until
their lives had been avenged. He hoped,
however, the affair would end here forever.
Democratic Caucus on the Speakership.
ship.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.
A Democratic oauous of tbe members of
the House of Representatives was held lost
night st tbe Capitol, Mr. iuuston, of Alai
bama, occupying the chair, and Messrs Cox
of Ohio, and Wright of Tennessee aoting at
Secretaries. Fifty eight members were
present,
On motion of Mr. Kuffin, of N. C. the
speoobes were limited to five minutes.
Mr. Boeock of Va, expressed his thanks
to the Democratic members for their confi
dence in him, and hit willingness to with
draw if tbe oauous thought another man
could get a larger vote,
Mr. Winslow of N. C, spoke in favor of
adhering to tbe nomination ot uooock. He
preferred, by far, an aoti Lecompton man
to an American.
Mr. Stevenson of Ky., spoke in favor of
Democrats maintaining their present posi
tion. Mr. Cox of Ohio spoke to the same effect.
He was unwilling lo vote for any know
knothing or any man supported by them
unless that man be a Democrat. But be
was willing at tbe propeo time to vote for an
anti Lecompton Democrat when it oould bs
shown that be oould be eleoted.
Mr. Montgomery of Pa., took a different
view, thinking that there might be a union
between National men, Americans and
Democrats, so tjtfeoted as to crush out sea
tionoiiam. Ue thought it dangerous that
Republicanism should have, the patronage
of the oapitol.
Mr, Harris of Vs.., made an earnest appeal
to stand by Demooratio principles and men.
Ue wquld not ask Northern Demoarate to
make such a sacrifice as to vote a Southern
American.
Mr. Oarnett interrupted Mr. Harris by
stating that a member of the American par
ty had informed him that he was as willing
to vote for Mr. Booock aa any other demo
crat Mr. Craig of Mo., after some remarks,
moved that a oemmilteeof three be appoiut.
ed to eonfer with the minority of tbe House
on the aubjeot of the organisation.
Mr. Burnet of Ky.. urged his view of the
matter and opposed the motion, Ue ioquie
red who asked to confer with ua that we
abould have euoh a committee; he aboul4
adhere to Booock.
Mr. Henderson of Ark., eaid be never
would be transferred by a oaucut to any
One but ft democrat
Mr. Oartt, of Va., explained why bt t.x
day voted for Mr. Botelor, be thought b
had voted for Mr Booeok a long as there
7, """"' n,m.
Mr. Clemens of Va. offered the following
resolution, which was merelv read for frsfori
ation : '
Resolved, That It la out duty to adlMre lo
ne nomination beretolore made in eauoue.
until such time ae it ie demonstrable that
tome other person ean secure the whole
vote records 1 and an additional vote iti
eient to eleot him, aud that then and ia that
event the oommittoe heretofore appointed
are authorised to oall another meeting frr
the purpose of conferring together on the
UlJ.Di.
Mr. Prior of Va, after tome preliminary
remarks, moved the following as a substitute
for Craig'a resolution :
Resolved, That the membere of thle eon.
Terence persist in the support of tht Demo
oratio nominee for Speaker until hit deolina
ttun or a conference of the party tliall de
termme otherwise.
Mr. Vallandigham concurred in what
Cochrane and Cox had aaid as to the senti
ments of the North and Want or. the auh.
jeol of an organisation.
ar. iryore proposition wae generally
aooepted withoht a vote, Craig and others in
apeechea approving of it. Adjourned.
Later from California.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 17.
:! r .u - i
r ii , mii.ii ia iu, vtu paseeu
Mallov a station at 2 o'olock this morning,
and will reaoh here to-morrow night. Much
tnnety it still f0lt in San Pranoieoo in eon
srqucnoe of tbe nun arrival of tbe steamer
A duel had taken place between Judge
Miller, jf Shasta eounty, and JamaiUalli
her, District Attorney of Trinity eounty.
Jamet iawurth. Fenaidanfe .f Ik- I C f
nia stage oumpany, states that he ie prepar.
ed to entor into a contract with the Govern
ment to run a daily mail between Saora.
mento and Ht. Lou! f,. ..n:..- j..ii
' .... v U.1I.1U1I UU1 11
per annum, making the trip in fourteen
days.
Additional by the America.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17.
,
i tie London rime, correspondent learee frees
. . . ..ua., nu aiugiaoa were ee-
deaeoring to establiah a bt.i. forihslr negotiation
with r rauce and Austria during the Congress.
the Pope had consented to be repreaeated at the
atinroachinr f!nnie-aa ..J h.J..K.i...j
f , " ' .(lumiw uaroi-
ual Antonelli to represent him. waa withnut r....n.i.
ation.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.
The largely Increased vote for Mr. ullm.e
from the aotl-Leoompton Democrats and Penn
sylvania Hepublieana elected on the People's tick
et. It was intended te teat the Uemooratie num.
cers wno nad thus the ability to elect a Southern
tffan as ipeaker if thev wished. Mr. Boraak 'a KS
votes addsd to Mr. Uiluier'i 116 would have made
nt, oeing e more than enough to elect, bat ao
Democrat voted for Mr. uiliner, and heat onoe
withdrew his name.
On the next rote Mr. Sherman had one vote
more han ever before but still lacked four of an
eleoiiuu. 'X'be Republican members are sanguine
of suocesi, they still adhere to Mr. Sherman iuftex-
1D1V.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 18.
River fallen two feet nine inohet tbe last
24 hours. Weather very disagreeable;
snowed early thia morning.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 16.
Tbe now Custom ouse was partly burnt
ed thia morning; lose about (30,000.
OLD SANTA GLAUS! !
TO THE LADIES!
A DIES, you are no doabt aware that
J Christmas and New Year are near at hand.
wish to put those who hare presents to give In
ntiuu wiai mis ie me iime 10 nuy. my assortment
is nuw oumiueie; you ean mate a oetier selection
now than li you watt until the time to make your
presents has eome. I hare the largest variety of
Toys and Fancy Articles,
Siiltahle Tor presents, that has erer been offered to
the Dayton puhilo. Do not forget, when you ere
disposed to buy, to eall at
eta rfe.sji.ve Hama uiaus Depot.
Corner of Main and Seoond sU.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
JOSIAII FEI.hK has juat received at bis
SANTA CLAUs'dbHoT. corner ot Main and 94
stieeU, a very extensive and besutilul assortment
01 iuip ana a v j x uujjlb, comprising
isis, tminiim jicseutf lur uiu s.uu yuuii. reriUUI
wishing to Durahase a Gift of some sort, had better
oall and examine the a trove named establishment
beiore making their purchases.
deeD-tthao
t
t
o
H
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CO
CRACKERS,
Butter Crackers, Pic NIs Craokere-
Soda do (lj .tee do
Beaton do Water do IT
Sugar do Cracknella.
All of superior quality and at low prises.
A liberal dlaoount made to Wholesale dealers.
.. uu...n uui.1 auppueu wita puun
and ornamental case, at short notice.
I. afc T. WV1TT.
STKAM BAKKRV, No. Me 2d at., between Jefferson
mm A UI r1!.,-
oa
P4
deoS-dtm)
To the Citizens of Day I on
Uurronnding Country.
r ET IT BE KNOWN, FAR AND WIDE'
U that OKOROE HOCHWALT'B
City Boot & Shoe Store,
ruiLLirs HOUSE,
Main at.. 2 doors eru..1i Tkl.J
5.tf.,S,"".etor1BROA.ashls .took of custom
Ii?Vf i Sho! ' uausualljr large, and desi
rable both as to variety and quality. His Boots and
. 77 . ' mue ui ui nesi ouaiitv of
atouk.andareoaeredat .
lleducea Mrics.
Every body shall be aeeommiwlaiM win. 11.- i.--
artlolca, and at low ratee. In abort, the people ahaU
have boota and shoea at their own prices In reeaon.
Don't buy your hoots and shoes elsewhere, beiore
cal ling on me, aa I em bound to .ell at prices to suit
Come one and all to f3eor Nh. in. ru. nnAi
and shoe Store, Phillip. House, Main at., Sdoors be
low Sd at., Uaytou, and you will never regret It.
uu iiuc. ui ii a mi orucr.
ootlt-lmdkliuw UBO. HOCHWALT.
star Clothins store II
AVM. WALKER,
rjhOue door west of Beokel's Bankl
TON. e - 11 kJ T a
rI'UK UNDRSIQNED KEEPS ON HAND
-T f TtrT UrF ,Uxk ot Re-dy-made Clothing and
Bents' Furnishing Uood.,comprl.tngevery.tyleaud
variety, ChlldreuTsClothlu of all alias, which will
he sola at the
LOWEST RATES.
A SDlendldaaaortinent of ninth . m.iii. rtt.M
, i ....... iu.uuruer,.ueep
ly,ueatiyaudpromptly.
apt tu,
'be
WM . WALKER.
Honey, Honey.
1 90ft LBS A w- nint article of Horn
luJJ ey la Comb, and for sale at lis Main at.
MelNilHK A BA1RU.
Buckwheat.
9000 LBa of '" Rnekwbeat Flour
AVVVVS for sale at Ilk Male at.Mt. a rin h
low the H siket House,
dees MclNIIHI UIIP,
I
First of the Deasou!
Die lAaervT a at we-T ClIABLf steek of
READY-MADE CLOTHING!
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
ro
MCI AND nOVS' WEAlt,
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY 1 1
MAT NOW BK ICRN ATTHB
Wholesale Si Retail Clothing Ilouse
CHAMBEKLA1N 4 PASKER,
Clegg'i Bulding No. 314 Third Street.
A WO A choice teleetloa of
CLOTUIia, DOKSKINS, CASSI.VIERK3,
, VESlTNUd, ko.,
OF THE LATEST DESIGNSI
Which will be mails np la the most approved styles
aad at the ahorteat notle.
e'orfurther particulars, eall at
CHAMBERLAIN A PARKKR'R,
augM sis Third street,
NEW WARE RO 0 MS I
Cor. Main and 4th sts.
Plain and Fashionable
FURNITURE!
Sofna, ,'liHlr,Tiill'S.
Whtttoto, Uedetcrtda,
Wash Ktuntla,
Hat Hit ke,
HureHue, Ac.
AT REAS NABLE PRICES I
T WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED.
A. that I have the best assortment of Parlor and
Chamber Suite la this city, and would Invite vou to
eall and aee for youraelvea, and at as low rates as
.uey ean ne ootalnei elaewbere.
M0D4.LL.IOtt PARtiOR SUITS,
IN POSB WOOD (SOLID)
AK, WALNOT,
Upholstered In reps,wlth rich, Medallion Centres.
Also, la Brochatelle and Hair Cloth. Also,
Chamber Suit, in liotevood,
OAK and WALNUT.eomplete Attapo's WhatNots,
of the Hnest order.
I would aay In conclusion that they are manufac
tured by my.elf, and would be pleaaed to have you
eome anil aee my stpek of Furniture, whether you
buy ornot.
0. P. BOYER,
Corner of 4th and Main streets.
aprS
NAIRN'S
OYSTER CtQ DEPOT ! !
NO.&osrH ST., -W Opp.the U.S. Hotel,
(TODD'S OLD STAND,)
CIWCIWWATI.
J NAIRN ia reoeiving evnry day, per Ex-
press, a very SUPK.RIUR quality of
FRESH OYSTERS,
And will eoattnue to supply his customers during
th season, either at Wholesale or Retail, at the
lowest uuwitet prlcej we will aell them by the oan,
half can or dozen, and alao oo.ikcd In a auiierlor
aijrip, a. a ammanri notice. septlo-sni'lew
W. ll. S.AYEUS
No. 88 Malnat.,oppealte Court House,
DAYTON, OHIO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES.
Foreign and Domestio Fruits, Nuts, Tickles;
every variety ol f ruits hermetically
aealed in tin and glass,
ters, Salad Oil,
tiauoea, Ao.
Wood and Willow Ware of all varletlea. fihilii.
ren'aCaba, Toy Wagoaa, Wheelbarrows, Hocking
ii m ,..,.v..i apr.i
GREAT REDUCTION!
But Cash Onlvl
nn TO FORTY PER OKNT. Oi" A KED0Os
tlJ tion on Parlor Huits. inch aa
Prillt SBTTKKa, SOVAH, PARf,0R CHAIRS,
Marble and Woodea Top Tables, What-Noti, Ao-,
under the new arrangement of CASH ONLY. I
am not selling at Cincinnati prices, but a great
deal LOWKR warbaiitsd. You have onfy to
oii un .ev lor youraeives, tae crwtn or my .Laser
tion. I am Agent for
LENT'S PATENT SPIRAL SPRTWOB
whioh for oheapness and slmplieity cannot be sur.
passed. These Springs are sold by the dosen, and
any one can pat them on to a Slat Bottom Bed. I
have alao Enamelled, Oak andKesewoodimitaiinn
Chamber Sets nine pieeea to a set something
w- ,ui, ui.i..,, -if u very row lor UAQn,
I have now on hand tho larireit and ...i nnn.
plete Stock of Boe aad ordinary Furniture erer
ouereu in toe iajion market,
H. OHMER.
septBtf- Corner Mala and id 8t.
. GEORGE GILBEKT,
Importer, and Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Liauous,
Deckel Hall Bulldinir, JeUereon
treel, Day ton,
Fine- Wines, Brandies,
Olns, and Bitters of approved! quality.
Warranted to be or the best brands, anu offered
at prises a little la advance of Importation.
Drake & Co.' a
Catawba Bitters!
Thsae ni,t.. 1 - .it... .
are e Tonie of sufierlor quality, prepared from the
purejuioe of the grape, and isoouoeded by all who
have tasted it te be tha best h.i. hitt.r. in ih.
World.
wa uw uiu nun tou oit-iimee injurious
Stout h ten Bitter any longer, but enquire for
itlii - WW Mr 111? A It IV' U I-A 1' luriu
which we pledge ourselves are pure and healthy.
Thev not onlv lmnart th mnt laiiKiniia .
Wine and Uquor, but at the tame time are a Toulo
ui euueuui iiuni.ijr uu rare meru, wnnout aesth
artic Ingredient, and it Is with unbounded eoufl-
nnW th m.t vera, rannm menil e-t. i - ,.t a
" J, V'l i ,M summer
wVWt...u., x....UI t uuiic, uysirepsia ague f ever,
ke. In i genera debility, sluggish circulation of the
blood, loss of appetite, and exhausted vital energy!
Articles warranted as sold, and satisfaction guar
anteed in all cases.
Orders anllnltAri atirl KMinntl. 011.11 -a
lowest jash rates. GKORUe'gilbkrt.
novlsVtf JclfersoD t.t J doorsnorth Beckei'sHall
New Dental Office in
Dayton,
No. 124, Jefferson atroet, near the oorner of
rmn.in ipo resiuoDca lormerJy oooupi
ed by L. F. Clafiin ds M ri. Goodman.
THB subBorlber has removed his othoe from Lima,
Allen aoM O., anu permanently located as above.
All opera Hons per tain lug to the praetioe of Dentis
try will be nerformed in the best manner, and any
style of teeth Inserted that may be preferred.
Particular attention paid to Inserting his new
jiejui raiwvii. rureeiain naie Artinctai Teeth.
Jul SmdAw
Opening Every Day!
to theTadiesi
New Fall Goods.
MBS. N. HOWABD respectfully in
forms the ladies that she has received a large
aseortuieut of
MILLINERY GOODS,
rOK FALL, WliiTI.lt.
which shs offers to sell at a very small advaase, at
net old establishment
HO. 113 MAIN STREET,
Wh.Mlh.hu In. u.l ..... . 1. . . . . .
j -- - . i i . .ur.nien. ol
Corsets, Staya, Dress Caps, Head Ureases, t'lu,
French Ruches, flowers, hlbbons, Bonnets, ic.
Thenkll lor th, patronage ao liberally extended
toward ua, we hope by all lot attention to merit and
receive as lasreaaed oontlnuance ef the same.
. pi too, n. nuwAKui,
. , ' ' Mo. Ill Mela st.
tl.tlMll.. .II..II-. I B1 ,L1 n......
--- . .. . v.!. .v aivacuiiia, irimuiiog
and Kepalrlnf all kind, ef straw, Velvet and eul
Jaoanets. ajHS. N. HUWAHU,
ne, us suui st.
ANOTIIKIl NKW BlK)K I
DR. BOMAPARTB B CRB4T WORK.
PHIV1I I. (7 IDS TO HRALTH
NKTHKaKN A LL the diseas
es of the genital organs ol the
Stale and female, With the latest
d'srovui les In reproduction, 'the
afflicted should use nn remedies
tvelnre learning fiom tMsvaluaMe
.sore the superiority of tbe au-
ithor'S Paris and LoJdon treatment
ol private diseases olh married
tiid slnsle shouhl sonsu t it. I bis
iHiok tells how to cure the follow
lug Uiseases, and enlightens those
Vt.,
'ho K tope Indarknessi
Oonnorrh-M, Wleet, ohordee, Stricture, Phimo
sis, raraphvraosts, travel, etphllla, Bubo. V arts.
Bintehes.iiousitalism.eeminai weakness, lueostur-
batioa or N4f-ahuse, Le'icorrhca or V hltee,
ressionof the Menses, ailing oi me wo mu now
o prevent Pievent Preffnano, Menstreation. Bar-
renoess, Hheumattsm. Iio. It treats on Mhiwiiery,
Alrortlon. Miayoarrlaice, eelehaev. with remarks to
the yonnK snl old ot l.oth sears. It tells how to
distinguish pregnancy end how to avoid It, Ao,
k'erteot iiitenuHrU againnt yuankerj.
Fortieth edition 1(h,oou copies sold annually.
Ihlshooa sent under seal. Lmit paid, to ail parts
of the world, on therecelpt ol HO cents, or live cop
ies for
Ur.lSoiiitparte'iiureiit rreveutive
This simple, healthful aud, yet efleetualprevent-
Ive is oevoud a comparison with any thins yet dis
covered, it hns bevn provedby years ol experience,
end in no instance has it failed when applied ao
odrdlns; to direction. Married people who do not
wish toincrea etnetriamiiifs, snouiu oe in pose.es-
ionof thle instrutuent. Pirtte rrtiui-eoto aa.
lr Bfiiapstrte's t rench Patent Male sale) This
article enables those whose health or eireumstan
aes - not permit an Increase ol family, to regulate
or limit the numter ol thrlr offsprings without in
juring theoonstiiution. It is the oni sale aud sure
preventive against pregnauoy anu uiseaee. i ne
oove ariieie is specially inieuueu io luiuu mis ue
stderatuni) it lx perfectly salet no melalic substanoe
enters into its composition. 'I tie price of the
French I' a tent ftUle hale, one dollar the slnge one.
four dollars per hallUoscn, and seven dollars per
dozen.
Madame toiler's Female Monthly Pills Is a safe
and reliable remedy fur suppressions and all female
diseases. Ladies should not use them during pi eft -
nanoy, as thev will produce miscarriage. Price. one
dollar per box extra line live dollars. Sent to any
address by mall, post free. No letters will be an
swertduiiiessthe contain aremlttauceor a postage
stamp.
All orders addressed to Dr. K. Bon apabtb, No. 169,
Sycamore street, between Pllth and Blxth streets,
Ctnciuuatl, Oiito, will be punctually atteuded to.
llr. B. ean bioonsu. ted upon all secret diseases. He
is unu.ueiitiuuit.uiy acknowledged tu be the cham
pion and king ol V enereai Diseases, and only Pbv
widen iu the Uulon who hns trnveieuun the conttu-
entof Kurope, and ihe only Doctor who has visited
theiroelebrated Hospitals, as well as their medical
Institutions, and receiving their nion I hi) reports,
oilers tu all those who desu e to consult a profession
ai pa., BUM, tun rosuiioi loriy years exjwrience in tue
Hospitals of iiuroite aud America CounUeutiai con
sultation dally, irum V a. m. umillu r. m.
apriviuaw
NEW TREATMENT.
PRIVATE
AND
Confidential Medical Ajice 1 1
AT the Kuffulo Trivate IIoRpital Estab-
tlshed for the cure of Syphilis, Seminal Weak
uii and the Secret Inlinuiiusol Youth and Matu
rity by Da. AM OH ttUN, bullftlo, IN. V. Office,
corner of Main and Qua) streets, (up stairs.)
A MOHT fjUIKNTlKlo lNVKMlUN.
An Instrument for the cure of genital Debility, or
Nocturnal fc.iuiisioust more properly known as Sem
inal Weakness, etc. Can be permanent!) cured in
from Hftuen Uays to two months, by the use ol this
lusiruuteui, wueu useu cuiijoiiiiiy witn nieulclues
YOUNO MKN TAK K PAUTIUULAK MOT1CH.
Dr. AMOS and HON take pleasure In announcing
that they have invented a most impottaat instru
ment lor the ouie ol the above diseases. It has been
subjected toa test by the mosteniinnut physicians tn
ajwiiui-u, w reris, tu i mini ym a reUU riew ltrM 11 IlKl
been declared the ouly uselul instrument which hai
ever yet been invented, tor the cure of Seminal
weakness, or auy uisease oi the eenltal iarvs
vnuBoi ntceovfcuinuinui yoillU. AT T ICS 1 OU VQli
lars, oy mail or nxprusa.
A CURfl WARRAKTBD.
Dr. AM'Ja and SON have devoted their attention
exclusively to this peculiar class of maladies, and
...a? ..... unisuuusciinvuiiy uci'a nuie io reu
der their fellow-cruature. Istuiiv tfstiiitiis.fi.i u-rtita..
fully acknowledged by convalescent patients and
others daily arriving in town, lioui all parts of the
country. lor the express purpose only ol consulta
tions, while Ihelrexei tiuus iiavebeeu oruwiied with
me mo si aigum auvauiaKcsi yet .ruui what they
ufve eaptanuuecu m enquiring into the causes ol
these infectious complaints, (irom their most simple
oouditlou to that ol the most dnngerous and iu.et
erate,)they havealwatseutertatuvu the possibility
of their prevention and removal, and likewise in
variably found that the most horrible and malignant
forms of disease oould a i most invariably he traced
kwunvu, n.n.iiiunuin viiuaui; uoiauce. neglect,
or the iiletlcclsot unsKllllul or improper treatmeut
tneretore ui am us ana SON have succeeded in
discovering, in the selectlou of their remedies, a
sale, etlectual and oautiuus course omitting all
combination of remedies which bear ao equivocal
ana. nutcr, ns wuu as muse wnoee premature or inju
dicious application might be productive ol bad con
sequences in tno nanus oi private individuals, in
siiui i, .ua inuuame enu oi ineir remedies is the less
euingol a great mass of human misery by the allev
iation, reliel and prevention ol thosa Hvnn. -r.
flictiuus that arelu reality the secret foe ol life, and
which, while they so extensively surround us, eall
7 --.a. v. aaaere.iruuas iur lUeit Setter
'coUNrKV INVALIDS.
Personsln an i part of the world m k.
fully treated by forwarding a correct detail of their
ease, with the remittance for medicines. etc
Address lr. AMOS and HON, ooiner Main and
jam-uawly
WIIEELEK,& WILSON,
$3h
Mm
Sewing Machines.
HUSTON BUILDING,
Corner of Thlid and JeHerson,
OA 11 ON, - OHIO.
WE offer the Wheeler & Wilton Sewing
Vv Machines, with Important Improvements, at
a reduotlon of t'Joon formerprioe,,and to meet the
demand for a tLHUl, low-jirlced Family Machine,
have Introduced a NKW STYLE, working upon the
same principle, and making the earn, a tltoa .though
not so highly nniahetl, at
FIFTY-FIVE DOLLARS 1
TheelesraneB.sitAnii. nni .)) and .iv.iiait.
v. .iiD4ut,iiii.c,nio uvnuty ina strengtn oi stitch
wotiip AAeiitaB. un nuin Blues, impossible to ravel
ana leaving no ehaln or r love on the nmifr aid thm
economy of thread, and adaptability to the thickest
iiiiuuceiinurn;!, una renoeieu in is ine most suo
eessful and popular Sewing M achine now matle.
At our various offices. w sell at n v-if nri.
oos, and give instructions free of oharge, to enable
purchasers to sew on.insry seams, hem. fell, quilt,
gather, bind and tuck , all oa the same Machine, and
warrant It for three years.
SKNDORCALI. PliH a PfBrm n a.i.i.i..
fnll narllA..!... ., ; . . I""""""'
..... i--. ..viuniei iuca,tcitlUIUUIHII, r IC,
jetia tn w. BUMNKR k COi
MOIUULL'S
SELF-HEATING
smoothing Iron,
O.F.MORRILL Patentee, Boston.
THISIRON IS HEATED WITH ANAL.
A cohol Lamp, whioh Is attached to it with a
-i""ei .v.. vou w pui uu .ou iHHin on wun
p.eaaure. It takea but is minutes to put tha Iron In
readlneaa for work, end It will remain so aslooga.
It la required. The heat may be regulated aa de
sired The Irona are of the uaual wuighta, and the
lamp la no luoumbranoe,and It la warranted not to
soil the clothes. The heating fluid will coat about
3 cents per hour.
The nelf-heailng Iron Is certainly one of the
greatest In ventiuus ol the ege, aud lhe ladles will
thank the Inventor for hta alll In saving them a
,.u uiu. wno uuv tne fuel
will look upou him aa a benefactorof the pocket,
Theae smoothing Irona may be had at the shoe
Store of L. BUVINOliK, Third atreet, near the
Xenia Ilejiot, er at the residence of the Agent, bo
Kast Third street. si, oo
W. O. CRUTCHFIELD,
lepts Agentfbr Montgomery County.
Read, Read the News.
25 CENT PICTURES I!
IN NICE CASE,
CAN BE had AT
BALDWIN'SGALLERY,
EVERY DAY FHOM DATE, AND A
better picture for se CKMTS than ean be had at
any other Gallery for SI,io. We alao have on hand
the largeat aaaortmenf of Fine Cases la the City,
which we otter '
I'er Out. Cheaper
Than any other Gallery. We buy our stock In sues
a manner that we ere prepared to otter superior In
ducement, to thepubllo. Our prices range from its
ceute to SM.W), thus placing It In the power of all
M i aeoure the ahadowe of frienda. Our motto Is
,'KXckLSIOHI" and we study to please.
sjL,Uooma on 3d tit., sign of the Ameri
can 1'la;.
novl. SmdAw i. B. HALDWIN.
1 T1KBCS best 8 C lieef, very nice at
I. N. h W.TU. GHKKN'I
GODEY'H Lady's Book, for May, just re
eelved by '
Of VV R Cheese, yery fine, at 9 cents, to
losethlot,et I. H. W. M. CKKMM'a
BOOTS, SHMS, rid, riC.
NEW W0RK,Bt tho OLD STAND
No. SI, Jrllrraou Mrcct,
ft la now settled that the L.aTiae health of 11
men, women and oblldren, depends ea Uie eoudllloa
et their so.ssl"
DAVID SCHREIAK fU.
XirOULU HI'Ktll-tl.Ll HAY
iU
the eltliens of Iiaytnn snd surrounding conn-
try, that his spring nd liuniiuer stork is now eosi
ieie. consiBTiiig m m siutis ui , iv i,p, ,suu
IDllUrent WOO IS. snofl, Unr, --.a wuh urrnur
wtthniiti alan a laiee assortment of Mens'. Hois'.
and Vouths' Boots, Oslters, AntlOxioid lies.
Having purchased his stock right irom ins rsc lo
ries fur cash, enadles him to sellss cheap, or chesu-
er than any other houieln this city.
He also has a large supply ni Mens' Pstent l eath
er Boot, Us iter and On l on I Tie Tops, which he will
eke to order to nt trie ioot.
He keens constantly emuleyed the best workmen.
and Is prepared to do all kinds of Custom Woik on
short nut.ee.
All rips repaired tree or cnurg.
He asks a liberal share ol public patronage, and
feelsooiithtent that hecan please all who order work.
Hi-member the old and favorite place, 81 ,Jfl1ersoa
street, below the market. aprlO
S91ITU & WESSON'S,
NP w
PATENT REVOLVER
ron sale at
LAKGBONS HAKuWABE STORE.
NO. 78, MAIN bl HklvT,
TUIKS Tisto. ie the linliift one in the
A world that has force. W eight only Ten Ounres,
s loaded quicker than other Pistols are cspped. ,
b sure fire under all circumstances. JSo injurv le
caused to the Arm or Ammunition by allowing It
to remain loaoeu any lengin oi iinie. it is so Sim
ple in Its construction that it Is sot liable to get
out of order.
ic in I"? rrrriir Mile to i arryt
The cylinder holds seven shots. Iwobioii thts
other small ptntols. my 7
THE
One Horse shoeing shop,
ON THIRD BTREET,
A few doors Kast of the I'ost Orrioa,
DAYXOX. 0.
THE Subscriber ie now better prepared,
than ever to aoooaimodate hta old customere,aud
the public, In the
lorhe-itnoring ICiiklncaa,
In Its varloti, branche,. Particular attention
will be given to ell lame horses, such es
split fioofa,and hool-bound, and oi main their feet,
will be cured satllaetory to the owner of such hor
ses, and 11 not, money Hill be rrlunued.
ALrlO. Hor.e. that luterlete will lie ahod to pre
vent It, and warrant, ,;, ( i money refunded.
He will personal!; i, . iliitend all work entrtistd
to his care. Thai, mi... or past favors, he respectlully
aaks a oontlnuance ol the patronase ol lilaold eua
tomers, and will be happ i accommodate as many
klw onee aa may favor In m with a call.
pra-uswiy D A 1 M A fa Sir KEHMAN.
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GROCERIES SPRING STOCK
BIMM & BRO.,
heao or mi; UAIIV,
HAVE JUST KECKIVKD TUE1B
Spring atocs , embracing In part
loo ifags Prime itlo Lotlee.
1 do Java aud Mocha.
Klne atovk ol all Bum. of Sliaar.
so.ooo pound, extra S. c. Hann.
40,000 uo do Mhoulders.
;ao,ooo do do Sulea.
tu,ooo lbs. extra S. O. lined Beef,
lou bu.h. choice Uhltc Beans.
SO butt, a.aoi t d Virginia lobacco.
60 ebeiitaandcaddit'B aasoruu Teas,
60 boxes No. I bermaiiKoap.
a do fure Corn starch.
4 do Salaratua.
20 do Soda.
0,01,0 flue Cigars.
76 sacks Dried Peaches and Apple,.
A large lot of Freeh White Flab, Pickerel, Shad.
Ba.., CoilMah aud Mackerel. ..e..si, ooae,
101) bbla. No. I Family Flour. mb2t
New Arrangement!
TOM MADB BOOIB AND BH0E8,
CtS'IOM MADK U00T8 ANU bliOlS
CL'blOM MAL.J! J1001S AND Bllois
' OF tVliltv bTTLE,
OF HVkKY bTYLB.
MISS THE BEST fil AY
MADB IN TUK BhKT AIANN1R
MADB IN TUB BBhT WANNtKl
PROMPTLY TO ODDER.
PROMPTLY TO ORDER.
..m. - PROMPTLY TO ORDER.
AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE, u1"'"'
f K AKS"T1I TO PLEASE
AND WARRANTED Ta PLEAbE,
Atth, Custom Work Shop of
B. N. DAVIS,
No. 79, Jefferson street.
DAYTON, O.
IV !. baying disposed of his stock ot
hi.i;?,irr.".w';rk mt -uot'ua. will herealter devote
w.Mn i';i,itf'"",i11, '"."-aaulaeiuring home mad.
work, which he will get up in any atjle to suit Ms
ed foVerVe """" 1'U'"",, h Le P'""
He Invites Isdlea and gentlemen to call and leave
order, lor wo;k, and he pledgee his reputation ,s a
mvuti m"h'"'"' t0 "" " "liocau be pleased.
FRESH
yV great pleasure iu cullioir the at
vv tentlonof our lu.t, mera and cllliVns gi mi-
oiTVHUar-HX.V'.,i "TV."'!."1. l"H BA"' 2
UhMlKH.S Hecelved Uaily I y F.xpie.s. Allorileta
promptly ailed at Clncmnall p. Ices Also a lull
supply of Cove and bplieu Oj .'Jr.. '
Phi, ,, u " S"ULL,
seifti P' Hou,',or- Wa" and Third streets.
FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BREKNI'W
W Kev and Xtautiful Style, ef m
p C assimerea, Vestings, 3
aat
PCENI8HIN0 GOOES! "9
fa NEW STYLES OF SMRTSI 1 1
r In which to keep eool during the Heated -
2 a.
BBEFNfl'R M
No. 1. If .In .. . .... ' i-
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FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'St
Fresh Meat Every Day.
OF.Olf.aT-l.: Plirai'Aw
Daily Meat and Provision
lih Btreet, 274 Jtiroicn sfrss,
Xhey will please
Thankful for past patronage, he solicits a a..i,iin.
ja-i7d ..owe irom urownstreet.
Secomtm tin
Buggies s Carriages
AT
.y'.fPJS'OLDSTANT;'
4tU st. be. j eiliraoB A fcl. Clulr.
A LARGE lot of seoond hand Burajei 'aid
Carriage, for sal. ., v, low p.lc.. .."
(ODKV fo, SeLtembeT; "
" augis r m , . . ..
QobKiToTAJiT -
Ii t a aa
f-Aaheiloe.hl.own buteharln K. o..vi.
relyon procuring Freah tleat Eviiv aToasieo du.
ring Ui. week, flede.lre. thepeopl. tofc" Ih.
?" ?y."DA- a?ornlug the, .. procure meaf Sl...S?i
la- AlTl- . . K ' Will 11 i
Wff tJiiim iiiiriu.
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