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W. RICE & CO. I I.KAVF! TO CALL TIIE ATTKN'- i of the ii'!le tot hair assortment of ves Birw:i i'-in Albany, which, for perf:t inn of 'I--, tny of dMtgn,atid geaerel utility, .,. , fea tit world I tcrjy, TRIUMPH PACIFIC! Brora It Irwin's ection, Home & Boacon Light, Mfr(H .MOVES, ilin j'i to 1 1; h ', IJomi I arlor - . ji- i. t r'' i wok, Dindora, .Osm, Prise. Cottape, Franklin, " "nj America. Also, ;!NG ST0FS. ?' r loal, Mataknff, Boetoa Box, Rubi- i a, Radiator, Aa., o., ; on.limtly tm bead. . '.el Sheet Iron Job Work, .,.-''( I short notice, la tha moat work- ""' r,A. Vf. RICK A ro-M ' Huetoa Bonding. ..r.i- iiiu rrwTniDH oivrc j i rJi.JTQ01EBT HOUSE, I fe THIRD STRUT, '""-"DAYTON, ... OHIO. JACOB H2IDLEH, Proprietor. :r excelsior produce and JOMMI.HION STORK le now Id thr belt nosel- 'rim for the Winter Campaign. The poprletor og had long experience as a caterer to the pub- st, understands fulljr the tahlc nnU of thla . .wautja. .im mrLPnim supply ,MIU FRESH MEATS, US. Pnnltrw. Pro6ac, Vegetables, FRTJ1T, AC, r ithr with ell the little edthle extras that are be kept fresh and nice, subject to the order of pubjlo who een appreciate th convenience of IU1UK Ul IU1 BftirV IUI. KUU HI BUT LI ID D III d Jake Is determined to please th people, nd : does not. he li determined It half nut be his t. i desires the people to call and see hit place. ssure no ean please them. aov -dtf i;. THS, BATHS! ' ' ..' BR DISTEK would inform the , of Dayton and the traveling public, peaed a A T II - HOUSE tie Barber Shop, on Market atreet, t doora from iraoo, Man ha will have ready at all tlaiea, lot, Cold and Shower Ualbs. ie Bath will be kept olean and neat. Conneot fttb. the Bath lean tCELLENT BARBER SHOP!! large aaaortment of choice perfumery will alio Mind at th aama placa. PETKR PISTKH. Cteo.7I, Wutiff, TfTTTC? V ' i te PBaOB ; xUBLIC, DA VT 01Ja80. , . iIXECTIOX i ' i 1 1 it by ault or oouuael will i ., Id to mailing ail 'iO Kach. CHARTEa l'lCPKTUAL, OME INURANCE CO.. Of Cincinnatif O. TICB NO. 22 WEST TLEIRD 8T lPITAL STOCK, - - 5300,000. HIS Companr inaurei Dwellings, Furni- tura and Merohandlie. Alio, Curgo Shipment! jivorable term a. loaaea equitably adjusted aud mplly paid. DIRECTORS: .T.Phtppa, John I). Park, Cltaa F. WUatach, nry Maek. Jovhua Jonea, T. H. C. Allen, iV, Haaeltlne, Joaeph How, Z. Freeman. QUO. M. YOUNG, Agent at Dajton. f. B. CfiANDLEB, Hurveyor. knplaClty raterencea can be fflren relative to the uacteraud reaponalbillty of thla Company. vug-alt Eighth Annual Report of the shland Mutual Fire Ins. Co ASHLAND OHIO. faaMtaoftba Co. March Hit, '69, 101,fi6,o BTATHMBMT. r the year ending March 1th, 1969, tvuntof property lnaured, $&H9,66l,00 BKOHIPTi. la received Prera. no tea, $21 ,91 3,65 ,h, - - 6,fMV araat, ua,70 uea expenaea deducted, i.atbjM a,469 ai aen4 eapltal to meet loaiee, $10,193,43 Mtatlng of BtlUa receivable premium tea aecured by pledge of real eat ate, 114,912,30 in on nana th itiui (mm $7,7uT,-i2 6H,M 10,693,12 IH,04,9 P. BISSEH, Pro.' I. ARK YOD INSURED? DELAY'S ARB DARQEROTJSI . ollelee sraated uion Bon-hazardoua property, lar oa the Mutual or Ca.h plan on the moat orable tar me, lor ona or five yeitra. Apply to. liLU. oi. luunif, UHVIOlli agl( H. B. CHANULkR, Surveyor. GEO. M. YOUNG, ommissioner of Deeds, , . FOB TBI BTATK8 OF ENNSYLVANIA& INDIANA, . DATTON, OHIO. 'AVINQ made myself familinr with the lawn of tha aevoral, Htatea relative to the i.f . . -.r r ayauolng will be nide h .4 .v.. . v . i lllawi of each 8tat' - : ' -v ; stock It 'WINT GOODS! i-:. RICH DBIfiS QOOD8I FANCTJ3DOD3I Staple Gooda! I CLOAKS! lfBAT AND BOTS' GOODS II oar orca at 7. WINTERS', V Wo. 0 Kaln street, . Oppoelte the Court Houie. sxo. aivxu 70e, 'ctioners, floor below aa "WE. 111 ofEa yyt)uui Wi r i i , VfWTp COCO AAO . f VeHOat BATHS. ,-J Railroad Time Table. Trains arriv Td dopRrt s follows: CINCINNATI, HAMILTON k BAYTOS. I at train, 10.15 a 8,30 at 4 M f m n,a,i. ,) t m. l.M . II, 4lh, 8 A N DUSK Y , 1) AVION, A CINCINNATI. DaUwar A 17IY. iz. Sanduaky Mall, Dalawar NlfSt Kl, Bnllafantaia Ki. 1.09 a ta at a ox. 1,90 a n. 4 ,o p m. 4,16 m- 1JS a at U, JO f m SO p ta DAYTON A MICHIGAN. lit Train, . . 110.16 am I .S0 a 14 " lllpa 11 pro DAYTON WE8TKltN,(TolDliaaarolla.) aiaaapona.; i I 11,80 an. a I ,40pm. if 1.0 am. lit Train, I 7 io a m id . . I 1 SO n Sd " ... 6.00 pm QRKFNVILLK MIAMI, (To IndianapolU. lat Train, - I 8 40 a at I l.ltia. Id " - . - l.M a m I p m. DAYTON, XBNTA i CotTjMBI S. ITraln, - - I III ml 6.tl a at. Id " I U.4S a a 1.1 p m. Id " - . I ,! p si 4. DO p m. Time of Closing the Mails. POST OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859. Until farthar nutloa, Malta will cloia at thli ofiloa aa follnwat For Naw York, Philailtlphla, and N Knglund Stataa, dally, axcapl Saadaj, atll-16am. For UinMnnati. U Kaatarn, Weatarn, Norlhara and Bnathara Htataa, dally, aioapt Ennday, at 8.00 a m, and 1.30 p tn. For Culumlma and Kanaarilla, 0 , dally axcapl Sanday.at 11.15 a m. For Xaniaand Yallow Pprlnriat 11.16 a m. For Mtamlibnrg. (larmantown, Franklin, Ham ilton, Katon, O., and Connaririlla, Ind., daily, azrapt Hunday.at ft.AO p m , Fur BprinKfield, Urhana, Tiffin, Eanduaky and Claraland, 0., daily, axoapt Sunday, at 9.50 a m For Richmond. Cambridge, Centrarllla, Indian, apolia, Ind., and Naw Faria, 0., daily at t.OO p ni. For Oreenrilla, 0 Union City, Winoheatar, Manrla.and Jay County, Intl., daily, eioapt Sun day, at 0.60 a tn. For Troy, Corlngron, Plana, Sidney, 81. Mary'a and Ft. Ways, Toledo and Michigan, daily, ai aept flanday, at 0.50 a m. For Union, Waat M ilton, and Little York, Taa day and Saturday at 7..M a m. For JohniTilla, New Lebanon and Wait Alex andria, oa Tuaaday and Saturday, at T .tO a tn. For Clayton, Centre, and Ludlow, on Friday of eanh week, at 9.00 p tn. Fur Centreville, Lebanon and Eaton, Tutiday, Tburaday and Saturday, at 12 0 m. For Vandaliaand Chambanburg, 12.00, Tues day and Saturday. For Tayluriv ilia, Wadneaday and Saturday, at 7.30 a in. POST OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859. E. A. KING, Postmaster. ! to THIS! DRUG STOKE. 1'iO MAIN STHEET, BKTWKEN MARKET AND FOURTU- W. S. ROBINSON, (8U0CB98OR TO IIUBBARD It ROBlKiOK,) TS NOW KKCEIVINO AT THIS W ELL I- known itnnd hli FOURTH purchnia for thla nain,froin New York, l'hUadclptiiA, Baltimore and (.'luclnnatl, a general aaortment ol gooda uaually kept In a tlrst-claia Drug Store. Among the annrtmeot may be found genuine Lu bln't French Kxtracta fur the LaiHra, K. Uu,uy'a "Klin Ie (illicit," Ilaz.n'i Franglpnna, (tlnin'i, Haule'a H&rrtann'i, Wright'i, Brny'a ami other Perlumery; Kaocy Soapa of every at le ami quality, auch ai Uailn'a, Cvlenn'a, Haule'i; Honey, (Glycerine, KranKlpana and Camphorated Hoapf( Fonulue, Kra alveaud OVnulna oliUtrown WLndaortSuaii, Ac, fco. K lull Una of pure Llquora, by the bottle or pint, fnf mtailli'inAl nil rraorliiinli-iiail ntn-imae- 1 nrni Ulngei VV ine, and Blackberry Brandy! auperlor ta- taw be Wine ISUKMNQ FLUID. Fxtra quality, tultable for latent and Common Lamp. OILS, PAINTS, AND VARNISH, Of every poaalble klnd.eolorand quality. In (Treat varlety,loiiKlitdireotlvfrom the Mttnufac- tun-ri, for canh, aod can and will, therefore, be aold aa cnenp aa any nouio in inia euy. IHKlUlAVE'ri HOl.LASU HITTERS, Forwhich I ain aoleaent for thla elty ami oounty. uoaieraaupiiiivti ni me mnuiiiaciurcr a pricea. PATENT MEDICINES. Of every kind now in uae. HAIKUILS ANO I'OMAUES. Of a thouaand different varletlee. WHALE Oil. HOAP, For the certain deatructlon of inaeata on Planta and lowera. Coatar's Rat Exterminator, I.yon's Ilair- netio Insect PowJei; lied Bug Exterminator, euro tniuff. TiRUSIIES. Hair. Teeth. Nail. Whltewaih. Shoe. Scrub. Dilat ing, OarHtt, Window, Taint, Varulah, Artlat'a ate., ao., wiiuoui numner. WlilTIi LEAD AND LINSEED OIL. or the very beit quality, alwaya on handi Glaaa and Putty., rluld Lampaiud Lamp wick. TOILET t.OODS, In end lea variety, and of begt quality, A large lot of Varinah bought recently at forced aale in New tora.wii.cn icanaeu to ucaicra at iea tuan cin ainuatl pricea. ALSO, Roblrnon'it Hair Tonic, cologne Cough Mixtnre, Dl arrtiiea Cordial, Horae Liniment, Hone Powder, tv.,auM (unrnuin-u u givs euiirv aaiiiiaoiioa. SIoud'h Coodition Powder, iJoughton't Po priii. Phyilcinna'proicrlptlonioarefully and accurately compounded, of the beat mediclucgi none other ah all be uied. To my fnendiand the nuMicrenerallv 1 would re turn my moat grateful tlianka for the liberal patron age extended to the late ttrm of H. A R., and would kindly aolicit ita oontluuauce, aa alio an examina tion of my tnek by thoie who have not hereto fore patronized the house. 1 am permanently located nere, and expect to make frlendi and cuitomera by fair dealing. Children aent to my atore for anvthinr will be waited up m and the aame price charged aa if their parvus uatiuv niriiiaf ivra. J U ol KfciUKlVED. A large aaiortmentof Fruit Jara of thelateat it v lea. uncus amj i;auks. Bird Seed, and. In ahort. evervthina balonvinr jyio W. 8. ROBINSON, 75,000 FEET OP ON U AND AND FOR SALE ATOUR Factory 5 Oakland ONE MILS EAST OF DAYTON, (ON THE XEN'IA T0RXPIKE ROAD,) AND AT TUB STOBB OF J. B. GILBERT & CO., Under Beckel'a Hall, Oppoalta Market. A. BUNDENTIIAL& 8TOPPELMAN. WALL PAPERS A.T COST AT W. H. CALLENDERX NO 310 THIRD STREET. r -A. p e n AND STATIONERY LJ AVINQ PURCHASED OF MORE, J- J- Loury ai Co. their atock of PAPER AND STATIONERY. I shall continue the bualnen In ell Ita branchei Wholeaale and Hetail. Will nay partloular atten tion to ordera by mall. I ahallendaavor to keen mv aaaortineut of OFFlCfcand MCUOUL VTATlONkiti ooiupieie. Havlnv a BINDKRT eonneeted with bqt atore. hail at all tluiea keep a general aaaortment Of my own make, and be pre pa ed to manufacture to order Blank Boo as of any atyle or pit Urn runuK aianrt notice, uiu nooiia re-uounu. Market piice paid fwr liag!. epUS V. H. CALLENDKR. DBS. JACOB & . W. B0SLEK, Ilomoepathic Physicians, AND SDKOEONrt, Cisl77l; iVeauieas ISCl 177 Maiulmt, BSI.OW SIXTH. SpeelalatuntloagivantoCHHUMICDIssaass.sBd Ouloa Houra from 1 to 10 A. at!, and 1 to S P. 11. I Jssoklhrtlaravsaaj its cf POST OFFICE, Dayton, Nov. 15, 1859. E. A. KING, Postmaster. Latest by Telegraph. Congress—XXXVIthe Session. WASHINGTON, Jan. 3. SENATE. Thr was a Terr slim attendance. P, Kin?, stated that th aolittions niloiti"l al ths l. nion tne"tinK t Koohrator, N, Y., had boon frr.rotf '.th U. S. 8nit,ws from that State, and ho' would roqitosl that the; should be read, nnd the Senretarjr read them socordinglr. Mr. King draired to say, la few words, on these resolutions, that ho, in prcaontinf! them, was gratified to lay thnt the people of N. V.' wavered not in their attachment to Republican institutions aod our present form of ((of eroment. All parties entertained the sentiment that the Union tnuat and shall be preserved. That senti ment con Id not b turned to party account Th Union nioeting hold, had proved the strength of that Sentiment, and the resolu tions sdopted, speak for ths whole people of the Ntate. 11 oalled the attention of the Democratic Senators who had expressed disunion sentiments to the fnat that theao expressions of attachment to th Union cam from prominent Uvmonrnts of the North, The resolutions wore luid on the table. Mr. Slidell moved to rtfnr the paper on th subject of the llonmor land claim to the committee on the Judioiary It belonged properly to the committee on private land otaiuis. Mr. lirown of Miss., desirod to disclaim any intention, as imputed by the newspapers to assail the President or bis jMessnge unless hi respectful expression of his dmacntto some of his statements they oousidered in that light. He entertained a strong person, al regard for the President, but if he did not, his age and his long publio services would induce him to treat him with respect, li had a right, however, in common with every citisen, to courteously express his views, and would do so. He called atten, tion to that portion of his messxgs, where the President relers to the Dred Hnott de cision settling th slavery question, but could not agree with him I The Supreme Court has done what it could, but the ques tion has not been settled, and hence th continuance of the controversy, llesgreed with the President that the So pro me Court had idjudged the right of a oilizen to carry slavery into the territory, and did not bei Move the territorial legislature bad power to destroy or override that decision. Ihe President had said lurther tout prop. erty in slaves to bis knowledge had uol beon disturbed in nny of the territories, and thut be disagreed to tho whole oourso. The anli'slavery movement in Kansas was to disturb the rights of slavery. Was it no in terference of slavery in the territories to shoot down slaveholders in cold blood, hunt them down like wild beasts and destroy their property in Kansas? War was waxed against the right of slaveholders. lie olosed witu avowing nimsoii a Union man, and still he wishod to multiply the slave States in order to preserve the Union which our lathers bad made a sluvoboldmx one. Mr. Doolittle referred to the great oluiage hich had come over the President's mind. Then he believed in the power ul Congress over the territories; now he says the Sn. preme Court has established the right of slaveholders to curry slavery intthe temto ries, and that neither Congress nor the ter ritorial legislature nor any human power could impair that dcuisiou. il. rorbes roplied that the first attempt to prohibit Blavery in the territories since IbliU was in IS-ib una it was deleated. Mr. Chostnut said every white man in South Carolina stood on an equal luotintc. It was a great misconception to sumiose that respectable white men at the South are not laborers. I he gentleman spoke ot the white laborers of the Houth, as if he never saw one, but he now saw a free laborer of the South before him. The people of the South did not despise a noble laborer. If any thing, the people who did not labor. suffered by the oontrast. Mr. Doolittle uid be knew that southern men differed on this point, but southern men had advanced the opinions he before referred to. Mr. Punh called for tha evidence. Mr. Doolittle read an extract from tha Richmond Examiner, quoted Dcbon's and other southern journals. .Air. Clay said the extract did not sustain the Senator's construction, qualified as it was; be wanted to see tho whole artiole. lie wns sensitive on this point, because a spoech made by him fir years ago had been quoted by a thief and renegade named ueiper. After further debate tho Senate adinurn- ed. Housb. llovoo resumed his remnrls from f nday, saying that ha Lad Bhown that in eight northern stutes, where the republi cans were in the maioritv. nbetruations hurl been thrown in the way of the execution of the lugiuve Blave law. lie took it for granted, that in suite w disclaimers, the Republican party in thoory and practice arc at war with that part of the constitution which provides for tho rendi tion of fugitive slaves. Then it fallows that they are at war with every clause xoforring to slavery, lor they all rest oa the slave basis. Mr. Hickman, who had been referred to by Mr. Boyce, explained that in his remarks the other day, he meant the southern states that within any poriod of lime shall deter mine on a dissolution, of the Union for any causes whioh now exist. The north are re solved ta prevent, it, and if war should bo the consequence of the north's determining to save tin Union, and the south' to destroy it, the responsibility , will rest upon the south. From Washington. WASHINGTON, January 3. Tha Tribune's sorraapondonce aays that Mira mon's formal prote.t against McLean's treaty with Juaret, will be presented to Mr. Case, by Mi ramuu'e repreaentatlva in this oity. further Intelligence lroui Mexico announces that Mlramon baa projected anutber uiuveiuaat e- gaiaat Vara Crui. The treaty will he prestedi on the grouod that unleaaws interfere, Knglans) sad audFranea will, to ouraxcluaioB. It is aaial that tha Judveehin of ths Court of Olalma, mails va cant by tha death of Judge lllackford will ke giv. en to Mr. Uughea, of lnd. a member ot the last 11 ones. NEW YORK, Jan. 3. Gen. Lamar, lets mlniiter to Nioarajucua dted la Texas, Deo. lllth. lion. Samuel Tracv. Treaaursr of ths U. 8. died la Cayisville, Deo. 22d. Aba sale nianuiaotory or ntnlta M Fellon, in Buaton, was burned on bunday, Lou 16 to 20.- 0U0 dollars; Iniurod fur 1U.UU0 dollars. PORTLAND, (Me.) Jan. 3. our Treasurer is a defaulter. and ths tiovemor and council have notified ths bank having deposit, of Htats money, to pay no ebecka drawn by him. The Btate ia aeouied by his bond.menaad he has mads over his property as security CINCINNATI, Jan. 3. AI an election held In the 6 in Ward of this eity, for a (Islegsta to ths Colutnbu. CubvsuiIob for the eleotii a of delegatea to the CharleatoB Conventi'.B, the PLitmaitcracaBdidatawai elected by 2v ms j ority. of To the Citizens of Dayton & Surrounding Country. LET IT BE KNOWN, FAR AND WIDE' that GKOHUJC HOCHWALT'D City Boot & Shoe Store, ruiLLirs house, Mala Bt., 2 doors south of Third, Iithenlaeefor BARGAINS, ashls stock of Custom Made fiooti and Shoea is unusually large, and desi rable both as to variety and quality. His boots aud Shoes are tresh, and made of the beat quality of tuck, and are ottered at Jletlucal lrics. Every body shall be accommodated with the best articles, and at low rates. In short, the people shall have boot aud shoes at t hair own pi icM iureaaon. Don't buy your boots and shoes elsewhere, before calling on ma, aa I am bound to sell at urioea Wauit the times. Come one and all to George Houhwalt'i City Brot andHhoe ktore.Puilllpa Mouse. Main at., il doora be low id st., liayton.and you will never rttfiotn, Boot! and ekoee mm$ t prder. aasia Imilblanw 3 1") SfAAU W O P V O'lUUKN. " 1 .'7 A.0 lPI-H IV Fine Imperii'.. Win LIQU0K3 AND CIMS. TEKl'S CONSTANTLY ( HAND, xV a ironnrnl v.rl'r ol fruit., fie la al.oagent for the am. of old lt-tirbti Mil r, NO. 3i)l, Sl-.t'tl.M) M'UEKT, fi levt door te A. Oan.p's stoso fruit Dry PoM. 'ers DAYTOH, OHIO. 100 Bags Prim Coffee), E. O BU1UW. SO Bblsj. Molao.ort. El. O BHIJCN. ICO PnckTo t ins Ttina, D. O'DRIDN. 40 ml. Cr'd (t'ldP'd. "Jin5nr, i). o'Bfur,. 20 Dnsen Waih-1iorfli, II. O'UUinr. A large stoc'.t of Hplcea, C'uooso Nuts and everything that mi bo needed In atoieof the kind, for aale by II O'BRIEN. WINES & LIQUOR. 15 Quarter Cask Port Wine, E. O BRIE!?, 90 Quarter CaekaOrandloo, 2 ripeelToll. Gin, D. O BltliJN. ISO Hbls. Old Buorbon Whiuky, E' O BRIEN. 73 Bbla. Fine Hye Whlnky, 11. O'BRIEN. 80 Bbla.RcotlfJod Whisky, B O'BRIEN. Madeira, Sherry, Clarot, Muscat, Na tive and Malaga Wines, n. O'BRIEN. 150,000 Imported Cigars, B O BRIEW. N. B. Aamyatork la now complete anil well aa aorteil, I Invite all wh.i wi.li to s't Flue (irocerie., Wlnea and Lupiora, tree from ilruira, to call and are me, and I will lo.'l In ir.y power to ouuipeuaate them rur their tioublc. nihU K. O'URIItN. TUNNEL COAL! PERRY COUNTY COAL. VARRANTKD TO UN TUB Cheapest Coal in onio, Andj;wlll be aold for less than any Coal In Dayton. LL PERSONS SHALL 1IU ACCOM. -t niodftted with the bnt rnnl, and at wwrn ratl than ever oFKnrn. Thoy ihail lc accom modated at their own prlt-f , In reaaun. Don't con tract for coal before caJInm on me. ttSTCOME OXR AND ALLa TIIOS. SCH.T'FFKn. No. 80, Mnln atreot.or at I'n i v Count y Coal Oltlfe. on Caimlttienr (..elliart'i l uuibi r ) uru. InuK M.1 niiNftV 1. BROWN, A.B. IRWIN BROWN & IRWIN". n RAD Of Tnn DAS1X, ITAVE tho best of Charcoal und common AJL llorao Shoe Iron. BIUIWN h IltWIN Have the beatol Uoitnl,Siii,.re:.ud Flat Iron. llltlMVN a. IltWIN Have the heat of Uml, Hoop, Oval, Half Hound and ..nfi't lion. TIHOWN A IltWIN Have the bcatof M'airoii, lluggv, Spring and I anily i ire. BHOWN t. IltWIN Have the bent t Norivay and llrcnzon Nail Roda 11HOW.S IltWIN Have the bet slr.li stci'i nml Sl.blron. 1IHOWN A 1KW1N 1 lav th beat of Kouud, flat, Square nnd Ootagon n.eui. BROWN 4 IltWIN Havethebeat of Hitt. burgh spring, and AKles. BHOWN h IltWIN Have the beat of Carriage Hub u..nds, and Tire and rinw nun.. BROWN 4 IltWIN Havi: the beatol Hello w, Anvllftau'lKolldBox Vlacs. BHOWN A IKWIN als.aufacture nnl aril stove., Hollow Ware, Ac. 11KUWN A IRWIN Keen Tin of all Klmli,. sheet. Zlno aud Iron. BROWN A IRWIN Keet Copper and Tin Hottouie, Biouk Tlnand Solder. 1IHOWN A IRWIN Keep pie plates, fruit uan tops, aul bottoma, Ac, of wtilch will be aold to tlie tratlo at the lowcs prices. augS !Jew Furniture Store! Cabinet Makero' TJisIOr! I Ull V WW) IZ J3J, Chairs, Matresses, &c. WARE ROOMS ON MAIN STREET, BETWEEN 1ST AND 20. TXAVINtt TAKEN THE STAND FOR H merly occupied by W, (lillcaplo, wo are manu- faoturing all Kluila of Furniture llrst claaa war ra'ltod, which we nre prcpnreil to sell at tlicloweat prlca. we aroan practical woramen, anj wenai ter curaelvea our work will give .atlalactlon tooui ueir euaioniera. AV I ordera for work promptly attended to, oofj X. Weston KERlS, in oonnnction with hia supply Woolen Mt.miiaoturer'i articles, a large full aaaortinont of India Hubbrr Belting, Packing rauuing Hoae, Ac. Would eipeclnlly call inp ntten tiuu ot Millers. Maiuititi'turi-ra and Mnoliin late my atock of UeltinK, which is tttly per cent eheaer than an yotUer kind of licit lug for power and Uurft- unity. Haa alio on hand Laolnt; Mather, Belt Hooks, Warpr., Machine i ards, ReotUjAo. 302 SECOND ST., DAYTON, api fll-lyw Oregon Saddler Shop! SADDLES, UAttNESSUc WILLIAM MITCHELL, Coi 'nr ot Fifth & Wayne (streets. OAVTON, O., Ms nufaoturea and keepa eonatantly on handsvsry vaai ety of 8ADDLBRT, HARNESS, COLLARS, TRUNKS, VALI8SEB, ao. ,o.,; Of ths beat material and make. Itta theonly houao In this city that wanufscturss C'UkLKU HA1H CASK (JOI.LAItS. 1 return myaiuceie thnnka for paat favors, rea lecttullyaullcit a ooutiuUHnce of the aame. Citizenaaad Farmers aru cordlallyiuv.trilaooall anil ace mo. TERMS O-ASI-I novS-lvd WlUIAU MllCHtLL. Totliel'iiblic Jei! rally, iiiid kouirFs-raoiis In J'lil lii nliil I Tii K undernii:nid hnroliy pivs notioe from and altor the date hereof they reluae auflvr any person or persona tneuterupontlieil' laroia tur the puipiae of shooting Kauie, or aportins of any kind, or crossing; Iti'Ula or clinalns Kan,o, or for the purpone ol 'PU'ltiiUklPK," wltluiut per iilaaion. 'Die law will lieri-Attor lie strenuously eiilt.ice'lncaliintYiulatoia nnd luliudeia. Korbear ance hits ceni'tl to bo a virtue. Wist of MUiul lUver,moulhof ficnr C'rex,Au(. 16, IbOS. J. Jauob W'uavkr, William Wuavku, KlOM HllADK, . l'lllLLll' H. UtUUART, Ukuuuh Koust. ansuo-wly star Clothing' store!! WM. WALKER. jy-On loor. wcat ol Beckel'a Uuuk,Jt DAVTOM, .... TlHIO. nUlE irXD.ItSIOXED KEF.P8 0X HAND X a vrrv lr.rge ato. k of Keitdy-made Liothlng t.euta' Fumiphtue liooits.voiiiMlaliigcvervslyleand variety, i:lillUiu'sClullu UK ul all aliea, which baaeld a. tue . LOWEST BATES. Aspletrltdaaortineiit of l.'lulh, Satln,Caahm.rS SM..k.u't, lu haod. aud i.'lothlus; made to order heau y,ue.Uy sudurompiliri 'WauaJ. . ' HIM. WALEER. all of end to snd to that to for and will !FAuL& WLNfEIl C..'! ' Sr u ii ! c ry, I ar . u 'iV;; a!. iMANURpT()Ity! enrw &"wAttroi:i, MCCKEI.'S NEW lKilLDINd, JeJeraonat,., between Second and Third Sl"l OF t JIIJ ltl(. NtlUti r, k DAYTON, OHIO, ARKNW HKTTKIt PIlItPAItFDTII A S .h 1 L r" .!., ' al ;V.,',"?',nutu't""rthlnyloth. nauaie, Harness, trunk, Valise, su Carpet llig Line. 1 They alan have theoe artlrlea. of tha twtat ttit.)it of !toh and workmnnMitp alwaje on hand, and for nie hi ine lowrni oali rntoa Horae Blanket!. Itnllkln RriWa. Whin An. nmnhn. Ac, alwa. a for iale. kf-Hiulnft aotired In addition 'to their flrat- fnroa, the aervleea 01 a workman hn !. not yet been excelled In the world, and whne ark naa taken the premium at the ''World'! air," they luvtte ffi ntlemen who tie ire the trrt ora locmi and -vamlne vpcrelniena, and oMtr worlc. U4?iint irnaurai woramen, rKr In Ihe Muln'i mi nil mi in yeftri. and navlUK Wiv beat work n and tlta beat atock to be had. thev detv aiimiuv. Ution,and Invite eomparlion of woik. Kf.i'AIUIftU t)K ALLKIND:'!, Done In the bent manner, and at the lowest ratea i nvy mviir me popie irom cny and country to vvaax.ua r. vail, JVVV-11 Threo New Soaps, raovi TnB Joston Indcxical Soap Co. 1 SILVER BOAP, iv emailing ana pniiaiiing silver, II a tea, nri.nnnia nnu iin warea. Alao ror cleaning e houae plnt, mirrora. marble, wtnilnw elnaa. irrUKe au.l h.rnew mountlnga. It la Invaluable. If y lieuaod with entire aalrlv. aa Itcunlaiua nnth. iir that can iioaalbly Injure the llueat plate or Jour- 2. PUMICE BOAP. For scouring anil whitening the hand.. It readllv removea all the new dirt Iron, the hanila, and moat of the old, le.vlng the akin aiift a'lil deilente. 1'ar uponnr to aj.nu and ponclue eoape. Price Arenti . 3. INDEXICAL SHAVING SOAP. A new and moat delightful thavlng aoap, making rich, eoft lather, leavlna tha laca fr.a fr,m all roughne.a, ate. rrire iu ccuta. Tne atiove aoapa Tor aale by nuvli llll. M TKWAKT, aula agent for Uavton. NEW WARE ROOMS! Cor. Main and 4th ats. lain and Fashionable FURNITURE! Softi, C hnirs, Tables. W hut tot, Ketestends, Wutth Sinn da, Hat Kiti kfl, Itiirciiliaj, Ac. AT REAS NABLE PRICES I WOULD SAY TO ALL INTERESTED, that I have the best assoitmentof Parlor and :hnmber Suits In thla cltv. and would Invite you to oall and see for yourselves, and at aa low ratea as tney can oe o(itiuneaeii?wn!re. M tlU jkJjfjlUiH PAKliUKBUl lO, IN ROSfl .vOOD (SOLID) AK, WALNUT. Upholstered in reps, with rich, Medallion Centres. aisu, id iirocnateiie anu nair uiotn. Also, Chamber Suits, in Jtosettood. OAK and WALNUTompiete Attapo'aWhatNota, I wou d sav In oonsluiion that thev are manufac tured bv nivs lt. nnd would ba idensed to have vou come and see my atock oi Kuruiture, whether you o. r. i5ovi.il, ftprS Corner of 1th and Main streeta W. R. S. A Y E IIS No. 88 Main St., opposite Court House, DAYTON, OHIO. Wholesalo and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES, Foreign and DomcBtio Pruitfi, Nuts, Pioklcs; every vnnety of i ruits hermetically Bcnled in tin nnd glfiBi, 8up9,8ardin8,Oy(n tors. Salad Oil, 8fiucee, &o. Wood and Willow Ware of all varieties. Child ren's Cahs, Toy Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Hocking Morses, etd.,e to. aprll GREAT REDUCTION! But Cash Only! , OA TO FORTY PER 0KNT. OF A REDUCs vU tion on Parlor BuitB, surh as FINE SETTEES, SOFAH, PAhT0R CHAIRS, atfarblennd Wooden Top Tables, Wliat-Hots, Ac, under the new arrangement of CASH ONLY. I am not nulling at Oinolnnuti prices, but a great deal LOW KK wauramtkd. You have only to oall and see for yourselvot. the truth of my asser tion. I am Agent for LENT'S PATENT SPIRAL SPRINGS. which for cheapness and simplicity oannot be sur. passed. Theso Springs are sold by the doien. and any one can put them on to a Slat Bottom Bed. I bave also lnamt;lled,Uak and Kesewood imitation Chamber Sets nine pieces to a sat something now for thin market, also very low for CASH. I bave now on hand tha largest and most com plete Stock of floe and ordinary Furniture ever offered in tbe Pa;.vu Ms.kt, M. OHMER. eptjBtf' Corner Mtiin and 2d Sts. CillOHGG GILBERT, Importer, and Dealer In FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS. Iieckt-1 Hull Btiiltliiiir, Jcfl'crgoii street, Dityton, Ficn Wines, Brandies, Gins, and Bitters of approved quality. Warranted to le of the best brands, and offered at prices a little In advance oi importation. Drake & Co.' a Catawba Bitters) These Bitters excel every other known. They are a Tonle of superior quality, prepared from the putejulce of the grape, and iaoouceded by all who have tasted it to be the beat bar blttera In the World. Don't use the old fashion and oft-times Injurious Stoughten illtterauy longer, but enquire for 15KOWN & DRAKE'S CATAWBA, which we pledge oursetvea are pure and healthy They not only Impart the most delicious flavor to Wine and Liquor, but at the same time are a Tonic of stterior qualityand rare merit, without aoth arllc ingredient, and it li with unbounded oouii deuce that we recommend them in oses ol Summer Complaint, lMllious Chollc. Dvspensta A true Fever. fco. Iu aeuera debility, slUKgisii circulation of the blood, loss of appetite, and exhausted vital energy they are ackuowled to have no equal. Articles warranted as sold, and satisfaction guar antied in all oasea. Orders solicited and promptly filled, at the very loweat )ash rates. GKOKGK GILBKRT. novl6-tl Jc iter on at., S doors north fieckel's Hall Second' Ha ml Buggies : Carriages W.W. PHILLIPS' OLD STAND 4lli at. bet. J i-tl'crsou St. t.lul r. A I.AUflE lot of suoond hand Bupnifs uu -1- Carriages for aale at very low pricea fur cash. la trick Kelly 9 ATTORNEY at LAW. OFFICE IN THE EMPIRE BUILDING Third street, Dayton, O. WILL make eolleetions anil attend to the practice of his Profession generally, in Montgom ery and the ailjululug oounttesi draw and ackuuwl odire deeds and mortgages, auu proper, all other le gal iustruiuenta. Sep US SOL. BAU1I, ISAAC POLLACK. RAUII & POLLACK, Wholeaale Importer and Dealers In- - - . Brandies, Wines, OiaAES, &0.,. O11IOBLOCK.0OR.3D AND KfcNT ON ST3., Opposite ths Fablis Bqtiars, , DA YTON, 0. 1 TLIEY OFKEK INDUCEMENTS TO dealers In theirllne superlortoany other house. Their stock is large and complete, and cannot excelled in the western couutiy. Their Liuuois aud Cigars are all of the best Cus tom Houb Brands. They invite all dealers to give them a sail before buying, as they will sell bet ur artlelas at lower pri cm than thaw can be bvugtit eiaewhera. ,- i t be ANorui i; Hi i: I-:-w I I, I f y.'i n'ft c s. i' t t tv or I'lMVlTf i:i'.l ;' 1 Ol.p M f il PR, poh KJ-.i',.' ;f,f 1 1 .S W.Ij tl (fsi , en (! tUUI litl!, n:,-rf. Ol till . p.'ir nnd i. tiio, with tt'a tut ml 1 d.r.-fiv- rii k n repi odn ntlon. J do 1 !.;-'(. (,),, ,,I, py U llU'itl 1 !" -H'lt Irninit f-om till v4hihh . ' .iviik tiit fiin rltntty of ti e m. ihor s Paris and l.ntidnn tiMttmei.t i privnt iidif.r(i t f(Ji Hianidl wntfie BiiouHi in i mi i u, Tiiit t hi-!t tvita hov to cure t he ffdlnw. ' j ln internes, and enlLghtcui those 1 In ditrk nr-!i M'i' cnornee, auicture, phvmo' ,,,irlll'i ravd, SipMii., liuho, w ana, Hlnttl.a,m H.U..I iani,Mnliial Wrakno.a, Mr-natur !h.,,on ', l.euro,rl,,K,.rVI,lV.,m. prc.imi ol the i,n a, t aiiin, oi the VoinhJ how prevent Prevent l'r iini , Mru.lruiitKiu, r- reniieaa, Ithriinintinir, ko. It tiata on Mltlwllerr. Ahortttm, .'dlaratrlKge, celetinry, with rnniarkatn ttie youns' and old f)l hot ft sexen. It tells how to dist inaitl ah preftnanny and how to avolu it. A, 1'erloct H .h'cunrd nymnat (tinokerv. Irtrtl'th eilitlfin loo.ot coplea aold annually. 1 his hnoa s'iit under ne il, .tt paid, to all parts of the wot id, on the receipt ul 26 cunts, or Uve coo teaforVI. v lr. JK4m:ilni'toMarcitf rrcvi nilvf ThU)lmple, healthful and, yet eill ual prevent ive Is hiyi.d a ooinpariion with anything yet dis covered, it hashes n proved hy years ol expt-rlenoe, andin no liiRtance has It twilt.l when applied o eordlna; lo dtrection .Muri-led people who do not wish tolncrea e tlmlr iumi lli-s, fihould he In pose,ss lonof this i tift i uintnt. 1 ntc rduredto ir n..nHimrte'a Kr n h i'rtlrnt Mnl Sntvt This article enables those vtmse heiiith or clroumstan eea i ut permll an tnrrense in in.-nily, to regulate or limit the nuiiihi-t ol then ullriprin, w hhout ln juring the consul lit Ion. It is th on.) ttle and sure prr'vcntue niraliiat prunnnry and illic it, 'j e ahovenrlle'r is spec! -illy Ink i.ddl to fi.itl.J thla de alderntmui it lprlfctly sale; no metal ir suh..tHnce enlers into lt ooin;f)Bitlou. 1 ho title of the Kn-nvh I'alent Mule Srtle.nne dolUr the sl'ift.enii, four dollars per hall dozen, aud seven dollars per doren. Madame LnWs Female Mnntltlv Pills Unsafe and reliable rrinrd) for tjupprcsmoris mid all female diieaiea. Ladles should not une Ihem during pieg nnuuy, as they will produce uiiseni rte. l'iiiu,oiie doliftr per box extra line Hvedollars. Sent to any addri'SH hy mail, pout free. No lftlere will be an swend unless thu contain a remittance or a post Age stamp. All ordersaddredKrdto lr. E. Bon a pa am, No. Ifrl, flyoamoie street, betwmn Fifth and Hlxth streets, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be punctually attended to. Dr. U. can bLConsu.ted upon all secret diseases. He is umptr'tloiiahly a k ihh ledired to be the cham pion nnu King oi v enereai olMfMies, and only Phy Hlcinn in tne iJnlon who lias travuledun the contln- I hurope, antl Ihe only Doctor who haa visltrd thelrceletirated Hottpltnls, as well as their median, institutions, and reecU ma their nmnthl. reiwirta. olb'rs to all those who desire to consult n profession- hi ieia"i.,im- rt-ituii ii mriy years expei lence in the Hospitals ol Humpv and America ConlidcntialRon. sultntiun daily, iruiu S a. AI. until It) i. . apri-iuaw NEW TltEAlMENT. P JU VATE AND Confidential Medical Advice 1 1 AT the liulTulo Private ITonpital Katab llshcd for tho cure of SyphlMs, Netn.nal Weak uuds and the Sit ret liiMnmiifsoi Youth and Matu rity by Dr. AMOS & SON, Buffalo, IS. V. Office, corner ol .Main and Uuaj streets, (up stairs.) a must hciuntifio invkntion. An Instrument lor the cure of genital Debility, or Nocturnal tiini.nioiis, inoi u properly known as Sem inal Weaknens, etc. tnn be perutnnently cured in from liitien days to two months, by the use of this iustrumcnttWhL-n used conjointly with medicines. YOUNG MHN T AK K I'AKTICUI.AR 1SOTICH. Dr. AMOS and ON take pleasure in announcing that they have invented a most importnat instru ment lor the ouro ot the above dlseftruta. It has been suhjected toa tent by tlieiiiostt'iniiirntutivsiuiaiisin London, I'aria, l'himHMphU nnd tivw Yurki It has been declared the only untdul iiiHtrtiuirnt which bas ever yet been invented, for the cure of Seminal Weakness, or nu tlinettse of the genital organs, caused by thpsocruthabiUof youth. I'riueTen DoJs inra, oy iiiaii or iA.'reiii, A CURB WARRANTED. nr. AMJSandSON havo devoted their attention exclusively to thla peculiar cIhhs ol maladies, and the relief the have consequently been able to ren der Iheir fellow-creaturs.iHiully testilied and grate fully acknowledged by convalescent patients and otheredtolyarriviiig in town, from all parts of the country, for the express purpose only ol consulta tions, while t hell exertions havebeen crowned with the most signal ndYaiitgfs; yet .rom what they have experienced in enquiring Into the causes these luioolious complauitfl,(iroiutheirninBtaimple condition to that of the most dangerous and Invet erute,) they havo tilwa aentortiiiued the possibility ol tholr prevention and removal, and likewise In variably iouudthat tho most horrible and malignant fornt. u( diKUMie Could Aimoat InmrUbly La traeod to one of tl. lolluwiisM n:oi8t': Iirort"a, noglst, or the iilelleclsof unaitllllul or improper treatment: therefore Di AM(S and SON hiwe succeeded discovering, lu the selection of their remedies, snl, eiti'utunl and cautious course, omitting all combination ol remedies which bear an equivocal character, as well as 'hose whose premature or inju dicious application iniKht be productive of bad con sequences in tho hands of private individuals. shot t, the laudable end of their remedies Is the less enlngof a great mass of human miuery by the allev iation, relief and prevention ol those grievous af- nictious inai are in reamy me secret loeoi life, and which, while thci ao extensively surround us. call alot d for our skill and Intcricieuoe tor their eater miniuon. COUMKY INVALIDS, ret sons In an part of the world mav he annfleii. fully treated hy fonardiiig a correct detail ot their onse, with tho remittance for medicines, etc. Address nr. a mus aud UiN, coiner Main and Quay atreet s, Murrain, N. Y. jan7-dawly WHEELER & WILSON, Aft i- "fa f it , I i J-kP ' r. 1 ,JrrP'-j.k-- -tA- 'Xri Sewing. Machines. HUSTON BUILDING, Corner of Thli d aud JeUoraon, D.ivro., ... OBIIO. WE offer the Wheeler fe Wilson Sewing Machines, with Important improvements, a reduction of $x6 ou former pricea, and to meet the demand lor a GOOi, low-priced Kamily Machine, have introduced a NKW S I'YLl', working upon the same principle, and making the same utiteh, though uotso hlKhlv llniulied, at FIFTV-PiVB DOLLARS! Theelegauae, speed, noiselessness and simplicity nf the Mitehir.e. the benutv aud strength ol slitch, being ALlk.10 ON BOTH SIDES, Impossible to ravel, and leaving no chain or ridge on the under side, the economy of thread, and adaptability to the thlcuest or thinnest fabrics, has rendered this the moBt suc cessful nnd populai Hewing Machine now made a At our various oWces, wn icll at New York pri ces, and give Instructions free ol charge, to enable purchasers to sew ordinary seams, hem, fell, quilt, gather, hind and tuck, all on the same Machine, ana warrant it for three years. HKNDOR CALL FOB, A CIRCULAR, containing 1 mi nrcuiarn, prices, vest imoniais, etc. jaalA W. SUiNKR fc CO. MOllllILUS 3ELP-H EAT I NG Smoothing Iron. 0. F. MOKIULL Patentee, Boston. THIHIROX LS HEATED with anaL, iintini t snin wf.ii.fc attached toit with spring, which r1 h0 Iut oa ftUd taken off with p.eattur 11 tnkes but 16 minutes to put ihe Iron ssaHfiiivBB iitr win t , rsiiu 1 1. will itMiiniu BV nm iuii t is reuulred. The heat muv be reaulated as de sired, i he irons are of the usual weights, and the lamp li no Incumbrance, aud it li warranted not oil the clothes. The healing fluid will coat about 3 cents per hour. The helf-heatlng Iron is certainly one of the greatest tnventlnus ot the age, anil ihe laillea will manic tne inventor lor his mail in saving tnera roasting over a stove: ami those who buy the fuel will lo-jk upon hliu as a bcm-lactorof the packet. These Hmoothliisi Ir-ms mav be had at the Shoe Store of L. BUVINUKK, Third street, near the Xenia Depot, or at tho resldeuce of the Agent, East Third sireut. W. G. CRUTCH PI ELB, Agent lor Moatjjoinery Couuty. leptn-p Opening Every Day! TO T II E LADIES! New Fall Goods. MH S. N. II O WARD respectfully in forms the ladiea that aha haa rucelved s large aaaortmeut of MILLINERY GOODS, I'OII FALL V WlMTl.lt, whloh sho oirers to sell at a very small advanes, her old establishment NO. 113 MAIN STREET, Where she has Just received s large assortment Corsets, Stays, Ilresa Uupa, Head llrossea. r'lns French Huuhtie, Vlowcra, Kilitioua, Bonnets, iio. Thanklul lor ihe patronage so liberally extended toward ua, wa hupe by alrk-t attention tu merit and receive an incraaacd cuiitlnuaui-f of the aame. ' MUX. H. HOWAHIVS, , No. Ill Main it. r Particular attention paid to Bleaching, Trimming aud kepairuug all klnila of Ntraw, Velvet and silk ottu-amd Ho. lis Slain at. Of. W K Cheose, Terr fine, at 6l .W.U..IM . l'Wl 9 osnts, ag oua jHwi jr. i:,iK lU ; f ol in a In at a tn nm to a 60 at of to NEW V,'0itK,Ht tbe OLD STAND Jo. I, ton Strict, t " It Is now men, woiovn ! o( their iku. led thai ti.e i AiTifre health of awl ohiidren, depud oa the eonditiea fti ... TAViD SCKF.EIAK WULLD l.lirl'KliH l.l.V tJAT 1 0 ' " the eltlxena of PM-tnn and aurroumllng Hum try. that lite hpritig .ml nuniuier .tnrk II a.a hbi plele, eonal.tiugoi ail klnua ol Laillea', Mea',an4 I hllilreu'. Hoola. Shoee, l.nlti le, Ac. villi hrrl. or without! al.o a large ae.urlnient of Mena', Boia1, and Voutba Hoot., (.alifr., aniH.xlnrd ll.a. . llavii.g pureheod bl.etook rlfhl Iriaitl,. faelc rlea tor eaah, enal lea hlru to aellae cheap, or aheap sr than any other holme In thla ell y . Ilealao haa a large supply nl Mrna' Patent Leath er Hoot, Matter auu Oxford l is Tope, w kick ka will uv-o . vi IVI'I IlirillUl, He keepa constantly employed the beet wolkmen, ind la prepared to do ail klndaof Custom VYoikoa shoit notice. All rlii I pa repaired freeof aharga. ika a liliernl ahara ol nublli lleaskaa lilieral sliara ol t.,,1,1 1 ... -. A r.. i , . . . , ..... ,. ., . , ,,.i iivnu pira.e an woo oruer wore. Hernember tlieold and favorite place, 81, J.flrr.ou atreet. below Hi. market, apriO SM11U & WESSON'S, NRW PATENT KEVOLVEH. LAKGDON'8 AKUWAKE 8I0RE. NO. 18, MAIN kill 1,4.1'. ' I'HIH Pistol is the lightest on ta tha A world that has fore. Welrht onlv Ten Mim.. . la loailril quicker Ihsn other fl.tola are c.i . ni ls sure tire uuder all alrcnm.l.ni... Kin I i. eau.ed to the Arm or Ammunition hy allowing It to remain loaded any length ol lla.e. It la so aim pie In Ita eonstrucilon that It li not liable to set out of order. It Is I'errerllr Snfe toenrrv! The Cvlhul.r hnlil. ... .kn. t -. 1 other small plxtole. ajv7 GROCERIES SPRING STOCK DIMM & BltO., , , HUAD OF THE JIAMIsJ, i HAVE JUST KKCEIVED THEIR Rprlnn stnes, embraolns; In part loo Bags Trline Hlo Coltee. 13 do Java and Mocha. Fine atock of all Simla of Surer. Sfl.ouu pcuuda extra S. c. Ham.. 411,0m) do do Sbouldera. , ao.ooo 1I0 do Shies. -" - ' lu,uoo Iha. extra s. C. Lried Tleef. Ilm bush. choice White Beans. 60 butts a. sorti d Virginia Tobacco. 60 che.taandcadillea aaaorted Teas. 60 boxes No. 1 German Soap. SS do Pur. Corn Starch, - 84. do Salaratua. so do foila. S0,ai0 fine Cigars. 7 aacka Dried Peschea snd Apples. A u,rf ,;,"' Lot ,;r"h ,wb,t !. Klcksral, lhad, Baaa, Coilllah and Mackerel, f too bbla. No. 1 Family Flour. m)i2S THE One Horse shoeing shop, ON THIRD STREET, r A few doors East of th I'ost Ofhob. DAYI0W, 0. THE Subeoriber is now better prepared, than ever to accommodatshla oldeuatomera.and the public, In the Uorse.kheiDr BtislnB8, In Its various branches. Paitlcul.r attention 'n'.i.berlv Un" hor.ea, auch as apllt boora.andhoof-liound, andei rnaln Ihelr feet. ' Will l.A tl .Mil ..lilaiitn... . .. . L . ... . . .. ... . .-,...,ul ,u id. owner 01 auca aotm ;,pi'i uo., money win ne reiuiiued. ALSO. Horaea that Interfere will be ahodfnnra. vent It, and warranted, or money refunded. He will personally superintend all work cntrintd to his care. Thankrulfurpastfavora, be respectfully aska a continuance of the patronage of hlsold eus tomcra, and will be happy to accommodate aa many n.w ouca aamay lavor nim with a call. l'"-uawiy SA1 HAH SIFFERMAN. I M 'I f 5 - o a?j - Is Si i5.J 13 ri U is-3. si BfgpfS: o w4 mil a o e4 New ArrangementI 2 CUSTOM MADB WoTsTaNdThOKB, CUSTOM MADK BOOTS ANO bUOKS, CUSTOM MADB BOOTS AUD 61101.S, Oi KVEKY 6TTLB, OF KViKY UTILE, , T . OF EVERY STYLH, MADB IN TUB BEST MaKNEK, MADB IN TUB BKST MANNEK, MADB IN IHB DKbT MAkNEK; PROMPTLY TO ORDIRi promptly to order, promptly to order. . and warranted to please, and warranted to please, and wakkanied tj please, At ths Custom Work Shop of B. N. DAVIS, No. 79, Jefferson street, DAYTON, O. Tt N. I)., having disposed of bis stock of J-. Kaetrrn work at auotlon, will hereafter devote hla entire atteutlon to ananulaclurins horns mat's woik, which he will get up in any etjle to ault his patrona and the great public, whom he will be ple ad to serve. He invitee laillea snd gentlemen to call and leave orders tor work, and ke pleile.ee his reputation as a man and mechanic to nleaas all whoean bs pleased aiyuau F1IESH Baltimore Oysters - WE take great plessure iu culling th at tention of our tuatomers and citizens grnei ally to our extra brniida of FHKSH BAL'ili OKK OV8TKHS Hecolved Dally by ivxpiese. Allorders promptly Slled at Cincinnati piltva. Alao, a iulk ' supplyof Cov and bpiied Oiau-ia. D. & t SHULL, Phillips Houie, cor. Main ami Third streets. sept I ' FOlt SUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'Sf X - . " W s W Kcic and Beautiful Stylet of . H J . n C assimerea, Ve stings, .,' U NFir STYLES OF SBJJtTSlll ;j In which to keep eool during ths u Haa ted R ! S Term." H At BREENE'B, t" W No. 1, Main street, Day ton. g FOR SUMMER GOODS, go to BREENE'Si Fresh Meat Every Day. GEORGE 1'ItCSTON. ' ' Daily Meat and Provision 'i 6th ttreet, 274 xceet of Broken tiruU ' DAYTON, O.. KEEPS constantly on hand Fresh Meats of every Kind. Butter, fcfifrs, and Vegetables, In ' season. Produce ot all aeaeripUoas obtainable saax be had at bis store. tAshedoeahiiown butchering, the PublWesm. 1 rely on procuring Kresh Meat avi.av Moaniao du ring the week, lie desires theeiple to know that on MoNuay morning they cau iiournaatsJauht ered during the previous night. They willplcaia bear this in mind. Thankful for past patronage, he solicits a eontia uanoe ot public favor, determined to deserve it. Ke mem bar e tn atreet, a doors iron Jtrowuatrct Jy-H-lyd DARTEL BBINI. LKWIS HEIMI. JACOS HJCIHK D. HEINZ & Bros., ' AT their new location, In Pimiu'i Block, north side of Third ftt,,o)joslte the Fast OfUea have opened out aa eutlie aef stowk of t Candies aud Confectionarles, y Both Foreign and Dfmeatle. Alao 111 kinds of ratDiTs,Tora nuts. CAKES and BREAD. Oonneated with ths sstabiiaha.eiit 1. a lara-a staka. . ry.by wbloh tha proprietors will be auabWd to lur uih to their oity and oountry oustumer., ai aorta of Bread rreah. trvut tlsay Ovru, Oa short astlss. Alee all lorw of kaa, plain aaJ arer - - " "