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City and Other Matters. Arrival and Departure of Trains. Trains arrive end depart rrora the Udioii D not as allows: . f r , . , t i Lfrknati, ffamiUoH and Dayfoa. Leave Eastern Brpreee.. ...........:( a in Cincinnati Mall 1" 00 a m Oloeinnati Aooommodatioo Te p ra .Expr H n H 4:ia p m Arrive S :M m H on m Sooptn T:M p m Accomodation fl:W p m Dm 1-05 a m Kiprees sloes M Middletown and Hsmlltoa only. '-' Atlantic tmi 9ra W I rim. '' '' Eastern Kiprs vi 20 p m Gallon Aooommoriation t:Sl am Vaytsn and Jfieaiom. . Chioevo Ms, I 10 o m Obioegoand Detroit Eipress...... Stoop m .' i i, , Dayton, Xema and CWwnoim Eastara Expreea 7:36 a ra Ootnmtais AceeniniodatioB 11:M a ra E intern Krnrme .. B:eO p m .Leevee dailr azoapt Mondays. oandauAy, Dayton and dnetnnaU andoskv Mail I0:0e a m BeUefbunteio AooommodaUon.M. S:00 p m fi:00a ra :U p m astern S:Jo p m 614 a n to a m 40 pi 1:40 p m 1:liB indlaM Otntrni and DayUn and MWtrn. tt. Lenis and Chicago Mall ... S:t6 a m T:13 a ra Blohmond eoommodation .... 8:la m 9 L Louie K i pram 4.IM) p m , Dayton and Union . . AoAemraodaUon..H. 10:00 a m Bsyrwse - t Mp m 11:01 a in :40 f a IS p at IU a ra J. L'H. LONG, Agent. Pooeit Book Loin Loit, thii morning, Pocket Book containing about, on hundred dollar In bills, and lots tmall currency. A reward of Fife Dollar! will be paid to the Under, bj leaving it at the Empire Office. ang22d4t Botii, Fourruaa at Aootior. On Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday, August SOth and 3Ut and September 1st, C. P. Huber k Son will sell all of the Furniture belonging .totbe Farmers' acd Mechanics' Hotel. ( This will ba a big sat. Look oat for it. - m UsWDr. Robert Thompson, an old and prominent physioian of Columbus died on Saturday last. He had been in a decline for soma time past He was the author of vari ous important contributions to medical se'r cage. He stood high in his profession, and 'was uU In great esteem as a man and citi aen, Military Items. The 4th O. V. I. arrived at Camp Dennison yesterday. The 95th 0 V. I. was paid off and 6nally disbanded at Tod Barracks on Saturday wing; ; .h;? u'-.t- in 'y-i j Camp Cleveland has ceased to be a mil itary post, f d detatebment of the 2 2d y. ' R C, now on duty there, is ordered ' lb' re! port at Ceaip Chase. , 1 1 i t - - i ..,, The TOth 0. V. I , which was mustered out at Little Rook on the lGtb ioat, left the same day, with 24 officers and 270 men, for Camp Denoiion. . . . ' : 'J ""The J7th.O. V. I.,' Baving"oee"ri"'muetered oat at Little Rrok 6n the 16th inst , with 20 o (Boers and 222 men, left forthwith for Camp Chase.. The 37th O. V. I., which, three year ago, was mastered into the service, one thousand strong, ha returned to Camp Cleveland under Colonel Blessing, with only 181 men. Private Frank Howard, Co. F, th 0. V. C. in ooofinementat at Fort Jeffarsoa, Dry Tor tagas, under sentence by general court martial, haa been ordered to be immediatly released, and dishonorably discharged the eervioe, with loss of pay and all allowance. , . ... SotEtn DaATiqos. Although tbe eve ning was very stormy and nnplaasant, Back I Hall was well filled last night, to witness tb aacond performance of tb beautifll. drama, "Leah the Forsaken. So popular has this place of amusement become, that tb people will go, "rain or ahin.". The play was ad. trebly performed, and received by the an. .dience with repeated and eothnsiaatio mani festations of applause. . Mra Perry gave thrilling effeot to the part' she enaoted, espe cially in her delivery of the "curse." Edejond Coles, a Oiual, "broogbt down the house" by hie- alohlee rendering of the part of Dr. Ludwio, J.." ", t ',' '"Our .Country' ConsioMi-the after-pieoe kept the aadienoe in the best of good humor. Mr. Coles, as "Cooaia Joe," was well sustained . by Mrs. Lerere, who is really a very exoellent 'actress. ''. , " ' ' ; ' There will be another splendid bill to-night. - The entertainment wiU eommedoe with the deiightiul comedy or "Peg Wofflutoo, the ' Actress," and conclude with tbe very amusing rare of "The Illastrioas Stranger." Let every body go.- [For the Daily Empire.] [For the Daily Empire.] Rail Road Politicians--Sandusky Road and Its Employes. Ed, Eungr I am often on the Rail Read, and It afford m pleasure to say that politic are not nearly so often discussal In an offen sive and blood-provoking manner a kereto- forey." Tbe Insolent and ignorant puppies who used to bully and Insnlt Democratic gentle mea, aad area ladies, with Black Republican ."loyalty" and abuse, grow silent a military " Commission become Use potent, and "buys in blue" lee licensed to assault with dirk and revolver tb intelligent and informed class of traveler who refuse te learn their politic from fanatics and moboorata. Oeca aionally, bowaver, one of the pestilent fellows 'make himself manifest, eoe iuvilea a blow mod a apit i the face. , Pa Saturday nigh t on of "the low-browed, swag-bellied brother hood,1 with aa oot-mouth, and very big, filthy teeth, aat Bear ma, aad vented "a deal of slinking breath" in abuse of butternuts gen erally, and Mr. Vallandighaoa particularly. As we lhou,(hroAh Intelligent and patriotio Democrats of oor acquaintance so faithful to principle, and so heroio in its maintenance against tbe outrageous persecutions of the last four years we smiled contemptuously at the denunciations f th beajtr blackguard before us. A we said, we are often on the cars. The travel on the Sandnsky road seems 'to be increasing. Very frequently an extra car has to be attached to tbe evening train. Another nolioeable fact, is that drunken and ruffian ish fellows are more frequently found among the passengers than before the war But Con ductor brake a 'a mi ''admirable manner of disposing of thhj troublesome clam. They are made to "simmer down" in silence and good behavior, or they go off the cars with a promptitude which is at once remarkable and gratifying. Speaking of Conductor Drake, it is a fact that speaks volumes in his behalf, that he has carried five to ten thousand persons to Pio Nice during the season, without the slightest accident to any one. When we con sider that tb majority of those who go to Pio N ics, are young, inexperienced in Rail Road travel, and oarelets of their own safety, the fact we have stated is to be wondered at, and can only be the result of wise forethought and the of the SPECS. Correspondence. The following correspondence explains It self. It is a fitting and well bestowed com pliment to Mr. Fredericks, by the talented and accomplished dramatic troupe now perform ing in this city nuder bis management. It ie a voluntary, free will offering to a most esti mahle gentleman and popular manager: DAYTON, OHIO, August 21st, 1865. B. Fredericks, EmDetr Sir: We, who bare such constant and daily proofs of Tour worth, and real merits as a private gen tleman and honest man, cannot find words to express onr pride, as well as pleasure, in reading in the daily papers tbe compliment su generously tendered yon by the kind and good eitizene of Dayton, on Thursdav eve ning next, in Backnl Hall In lieu of words, which cannot convey our esteem for you, we beg you to accept on that occasion the volun tary aid of Your attached and faithful servants, Ma. H. A. Pcaar, Mrs. B. H. Liveri, Liizi Herhkrt, R H. Levkre, J B. Brown, Howard Kstskr, Willi Henderson, R Carver A Co, Wh. H. Anderson, Edmund Coi.es, Chas. Him,. PHILLIPS HOUSE, Aug. 22, 1865. ' Ladies and Gentlemen: Your exceeding' ly kind and flattering note is before me. In it yon have spontaneously tendered me your voluntary aid at my benefit on Thursday eve ning. This oBer, that you so generously make, I gratefully accept I pries it, not alone as a tangible evidence of personal re gard to myself a an individual, but as also proving to the public and the oitixeus of Day ton in particular, that we are not bound to gether by ties of financial interest alone, but also by feelings of str ing mutual respect and esteem. Permit me, ladies and gentlemen, to add that it willi always, ba. as it .ever.. has been, my aim to retain your confidence and friend B. FREDERICKS. To Mrs. H. A. Perry, R. H. Levere, Mra R. H. Levere, J. B. Browu, Miss Lizzie Her bert, Howard Kerser, Willie Henderson, R. Carver k Co., W, H. Anderson, Edmund Coles, Charles Hill. In C.AQLB Clotbino Store. Ibis es tablishment was opened in Dayton last spring and sine that time it career be been one of continued prosperity and success Being located next door to tbe Empire Building, we have had an opportunity to witness its busi ness operations, and we have been surprised to see the large number of customers daily visiting this store a very good evidence of t popularity with tks psopl. This house Was tret opened by tbe firm o fiehwarzi A Rosin ; but recently Mr. Bohwarx purchased the interest of his partner, and now conduots the business entirely on his own acoount. The facilities of Mr. Schwarc for obtaining goods of tbe best quality and most approvsd styles are unsurpassed by any other house in the city. Being connected with one of the largest manufacturing bouses in Cincinnati, receiving new supplies daily, he is prepared to furnish his customer with goods of the best and most desirable quality and tbe latest styles, at all times. He is now preparing for tbe"fall campaign," and those who call at his store eanuot fail to be suited in any kind of goods they may desire, Tbe great eeoret of his past and present success is to be found in the faot, that he oinertfsrs lihtrally. This tells the whole story. We refer our readers to bar ' advertis ing columns for proof Of this.' ' " We must not omit to mention that on of the salesman of the establishment, it olr old friend Chris. Breene, eo well and ' favorably known to the peopte of city and country, as having for many yeara" been connected with soms of tbe most prominent clothing houses ia Dayton.'' Chris.' haa a host of friends everywhere, and we have no doubt they will he glad to hear of hi press St locality.' Remembsrnirptace!ieagl "Clothing 8torri08 aftU street, ; no: .fjorto the Empire Offioe. H. Schwara, proprietor. Notioi The sobsoribers to tb 8outh-ast Market Hpuae, are reqeested to make pay ment of their first install saaat of twenty-live per cent, immediately. Philip Walla, Treas urer, and B,. Q. Roerch, are authorised to J. HOOLE. Pres't N. L. AULL, Secretary. Medical. Dr. JOHN BULL'S '-f CompoundCedron Bitters ; : i i Latest Rd Host Importait Blictvery of Taa HIKETCGItTU CESTCBT I I ! NO mna'inemela mora Inttmnseiy oaaaaoted with thn hutonr of MATERIA M UUIOA X tta Unttad Brntea, or nra aroTHiv knowa aaa p'.eaer la If ad loal Discovery, than that of JOBS BKLUOr LOUISVILLE, eintttcr-t. RIslalmltatileDranaratian ef ejAK APARIt, E.A has Ion ntond at the head of aha vartaas eorapoaads ol that rateable drug.. His Compound of Wild Cherry baa become a housebold word throurhont the West and South. His Worm Loa enuen, irt less than year after their introduction at tained a reputation as wide spread a th continent of NORTH AMERICA Dntthflorownln elorvof hlslife remains to be at tained in his dlsoOTerf , or rather combination, for he Hoe. not claim to have been thediaeovererof Obubin, which it the bK.i. of the Hitters now oflered to the puhlin. That honor belong, te the native lahabitanta nr Central America, to whom It. rlrtnes bare been known for mora than two hundred veara. Armed with it the Indi.n bids defiance to the moat deadly milaiHn. and handle., without fear, tha most venom- oils aernents. It ts a belief with them, that while therein breath fa the bodv. the Oeriroa ia potent to oure, no matter what the dl.eane may he. While Dr. Bu'lts not prepared to endorse this ex trvaant pretension.he is nevarthete.s satisfied from ethorouffh examination of trje evidence relatlne, te its virtues, th -tas a remedv and preventative for all diseases arising nom exposure, either to ohanaa of weather or olimate, or to miaamstio tnfluanoaavt ataada . WITHOUT A RIVAL ! And in.tlv deserves tha rennt.tlon It has sa lour aa- Joyedin Central Araenoe and the Wast Indlaa. . INDYSPBPSIA A CHARM thM mwllcln. Thir ia Kothtn" ! tha whot rariT of Mat at M dfft thut rmn for raotnnt bear k corapuriion with it in thU dtPMie. A fUli ftccoant of this wnn'lerfii! ptnrC may b found In th iPTenth 1iHon of th Unitad Htotat Dlpnf atory. pRfttei 1S7 tod 18R9. A Mrt of nxpsrimtntiln whfeh Dr. Roll hi ban for Tfttf.ni 'ianfj(ht fiint bfn bronvM to ft stwowti fill Urraitu-tirtn, ud h In now MhltM to offer to th ouh leftoombioationo'CRUKUN with other annroMil tonieii. thft whol nniaerTAf in the ben I nimlltv of! noppnr aisiiuea nonrrma wm-7,woion n im VfTcn dent hi no eqtiftl In the world. RemikThtfrirDfih usVOameof neHiflrete, but th ptiKltohT lons4itKlMraedtttet1mteueb thmatj tir their true vahte. The fMt pleo i, for mwrnry n tottfor htmsetf the Ttrtuea of nw iMduuM.Hrj IIIVB THU OEDRON BITTBRS ! OMR TRIAL AND YOU WILL NBVER U8I AMT OTBWB8. It I not neoefltsftrr I nn hlf h Ion; lift f dtetMae lorwhioh theOROROrt BITTItU reeepeo.ft. In all dllM t tb BOWELS. LITER OR KIDNETB UeUaaaoaoea of she BRAIN, DBPRNDINO UPOB DERANQRhlMT OP TBI ETOMAOa OR BOWIL. IBaOUT, RBEUMATItM, AHD NEURALGIA, . ill i ' I . Aad la ! FEVER & AGUE It is daetiaed to eaoavoada atl other remedies. Itao oalf onraa theaa diwiaaaa, but U prevents them. A wine alasa of tha Bitters, taken an hour before aaeh aaeal.wUlobriate tha Ml fleets of the most unhealthy oumal.and eereen tha v ioa taki n II agaiaateis. aaea nader tlia moat uryiag eapesitse SOLD BY DRUOOKTB A QROOBRt QEEBEALLT DR. JOBN BVhln Prtaolpsl OfBie, Plfth slnat, LouiaviUa, Kv. OLD WBOLB8ALB AND RETAIL BT J. I. rRIZELt,. AOEMT, i 1 I WBOLESALB AND RETAIL DEUUOleT- , llaaa4strai, Davtaa.Ohla. ! ,'' , . , Who alee sells BULL'S BAMAPARILLA, RULb'B WORM DBOTR9JBB, laMl7 aveu- ttk'srroBio.iTROr Telegraphic. LATEST NEWS. LATEST NEWS. Jeff Davis. Wishixutox. Aug-nat 21 The time and place of the trial of Jeff Davis has not yet been fled, but it is understood that the Presi dent insists that he shall be tried hj a civil tribunal. Hereafter the roEnirance of the military tribunals will almost certainly be confined to caies arising ezolusisely under military law. The President lavors an imme diate substitution ol oivil for military judic ial authority whenever, and it can be done with safety to tbe Government, and equal justice to the prosecution and defense. APPOINTMENT. The following; appointment were made to day : J Barclay Harding, of tbe Philadelphia Inquirer, Collector of Internal Revenue First District oi Pennsylvania, vice Win. Harding, resign d ; Darius D Htorbuck, United States Attorney for North Carolina: Daniel K Good loe, United Slates Marshal for North Carolina. PROMOTED. Brigadier General W. R Whittaker, of Shelby County, Kentucky,' has been brevet ted Msjor General for meritorious ser vice. , . TRIAL OF CAPTAIN WERTZ. Cantata Wert, the Audrreooville prison keeper, was arraigned to-day before the couit martial. Ine accused ie a very tnin. man, about five feet six inches high, forty or forty five years of age, dark skinned, whiskers and mustache, and weighs about one hundred and thirty-five noon da. He was attired in a black ooat and vest, dark brown panls, white shirt, and wore a silk hat Duriug the reading of the cberges and apecihcatious, no sat with his legs crossed, his hands to his face, and would frequently talk wilb.hi eosnsel, be tween two ot whom he was sealer. CRIME IN WASHINGTON. Tb criminal epidemic haa extended to the Metropolis. Murders, suicides, banging, rob berries, garrotting, Ac, fill the local column of tbe papere. The mania for defalcation is expected to be the next feature presented in 'he progress of ths prevailing crisis. A STOLEN COMMISSION. A witness, called for the defense on the WerlE trial, exhibited to various citisens to day the original commission issued to Jeff. Davis as a Second Lieutenant of Dragoons. It is signed by Andrew Jackson a President, and Lewis Cass as Secretary of War. The possessor of the parchment procured it at the home of Davis, on the Mississippi. . . : Notions. jease. ei. a. a. aoraa. va, s, siihu, CAIN, B07ER A KIPPARD, ' ' vsoisuu tuuai IS ' FORKIM DOMESTIC 0TI0S, HOSIERY. GLOVK8, AH FANCY GOODS, No, age stud XU1. Ka.eS Seewtaet Bt., DAYTON, OHIO. lyis. MARBLE WORKS. VR om oow offer griwt inditofiMM to way qoj m wam mi nirmn w r . nij took of Mttntl ii thi iirKetC t bm ftundia rvliv housft In th Wt. aVd mt Ma ib&D Eutrn pr1fi. CALL AND ). WhT biught fat ouh m look aad will b roudT to ttupplv th trawl a in aafiV tshmluk. ttt that InWMlt Blinaamal i ..rlSiUm , LA DOW WlNllER. i Insurance. Ohio Insurance Company OP DAYTON. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - SIM 000 aid) arm. ;TTT 1U6.0OS OFKIOB NO. SS THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE UUeiUH HAkl,. Fire and Marine Risks taken at Current Rates. DIRECTORS i . William Dickej. Jonathan Banner, , Joseph at Turoer. ' C. L. Vattaattiaham, ' Oeorgs A. Orora, ' Abrsham Cahill, John Wiggim, Hamilton at. Turner, " PeterT. Dicker. WILLIAM IilCKEr, PresMent. JON. MARHUHAM, Treasurer. W. H. OlLLearia, Secretary. maS4 Teutonia Insurance Company or Dayton, Ohlo.C i . . orpioB-aao tbjbd itrbbb, , , (Sqaire Stoppelmea'a OAoe.) ThiaOompanyis aow reader to do business, aad ll FIRK AHD XAEI5E KISK8 AT REASONABLE RATE. DIRECTOR: inhe Ranlteh, ' John T. Ilsuarth. JohoStonhaaa, " John Betteloa, Leais Heinu, . Fredsncs Euiohenhoenir, Baary Miller, John H. Swppelmau, Jacob Pecker J0HI4 BANITOBlPreaident. lea a B. BvovraLaaa, (Mratarv. maldt Inlon Insurance Company, OK r Jtrsr t o t, o ii i o. OAHITAL STOCK -flOO.OOO ornoE sis third itrket, Over Prugb A Rika's Orv OiMxtsStore, opposite taa atelhodlel Church. Dlrsotorsl Joaeph Clasg, Warren Muaser.jr. lames Turner. William Llxoa, Baniual Khelaly, JuhaU.Lvlla, Banjamla Kunsa, R. u. Paine, Fir nd Marin Risk Taken tvt Car . .. ! rsmt BrUb. ". 1 J08BPB CLKOO, rrsaisent. Baoaea JU tesaa, aaraiarv- .,. Dayton Market. DAYTON, August 22. , FfrOOrV-n-d ss.it, 9 oo ; ' ' , WHEAT Old Wheat 1 80. ' COUN-60. OAT8 New 30c Old 40n. BYK-6r. BARI.EV fi0r5(7i. BKEF 12(u)15 ' BUTTEIl Wi35 CHICKEN3 26(!36. oaocraiEs retail raicss TEA8 2 002 60. r , . . COFKEB a&3Te r pound.' ' ' SUGAR 1 A COFFEE 8U0AR 22 per lb. CKUSUK1) SUdAll 23f(t25i: per IK MOLASSES l 40(.i)l &U(atl BO per rtl Ion. SYRUP $1 75. KIOE 16c per lb. POTATOES II 00 per bush APPLES $2 002 10. LARD 25. CHEESE 20o. STARCH 12c per lb. SOAPS 15o per lb. TOBACCO 95cl 00 per tb. 8HOT 2530o perlb. LEAD 20c per tb. WHOLESALE PRICE. TEAS tl 60(31 DO. COFFEE S032. SUGAR 141 8. COFFEE SUGAR 20fi21o per lb. CRUSHED SUGAR 21c per lb. MOLASSES-tl 201 25 per sal. RICE 12 Jo per lb. EGGS lrro18o per doe. LARD 2022, v , 'h ' ' , TOBACCO 70(5$130 per lb. SHOT $3 76400 per sack) LEAD 14c per lb. DRIED APPLES 8j9J. BUTTER 18t25c. CHEESE 15(9)163 STARCH 9IOo per lb. 80AP8 12J(5tl4 per Ih. NEW POTATOES 80f390 per bushel. HAY Timothy $H(Sjl0"per ton. WHISKY $2 05 for common. PEACHES tl 25 per bushel New York Market. NEW YORK, August 22 Cotton firmer 44(a46. Flour at live and 20s30 better at $7257 44 for : extra State and 8 60a9 00 for round Hnnp Ohio Wheat steady and quiet at 220a200 (or wiuter red western, and 1 55al 67 for amber Michigan. Corn active and two cents lower at 91a9l for unsound, and 9293 for sound. Rye quiet Barley dull. Oats dull and lower at 61 a 65 for western Beef dull. Cut Meat quiet. Butter quiet at at 22s29. Cheese quiet at al5c. Pork firmer at 31 6531 87J (or new mess, and 29 30a29 30 fur '63 and 64. Lard firmer 19Ja24 Whisky firmer at 2 19s20 lor western, .Petroleum quiet nominal New York Stock Market. NEW YORK, August 22. Stocks stronger. Money on call, active Sixes and Five twenties conpons' 10T Gold 144f ; Erie 82t ; United States 6s 'HI coupons 1064 (Chicago, Burlington A Qnincy 112; 6-20'a coupons 106 j . do new Issue 104 ; ' 10-10 coupons 97f ; counties 106 6s '74 coupons 99 ; New York Central tl Sterling dull 8J ; One Year Certificate 97 Reeding 102;, Atlantic A Great Western First Bonds, Ohio division 99 ; Cbicarn A Rock Island 106 ; Chicago A Alton 104; Fort Wayne 96 : Chicago and Northwestern 27, ;Cleveland A Pi'tsburg 67 jlllinois Cen tral Scrip 119 ; Indianu Centrai 10B; Michi gan Southern 62 , Western Union Telegraph 73 ; 6-20's registsred 104; 7-30 s coupons 99 ; Ohio and Mississippi, 75 i Canton 39 Cumberland preferred 43 ; Pittsburg, Fort Wayne A Chicago 94 ; Cincinnati Co.urnbua ft Cleveland 125 ; Cleveland A Toledo 88 ; Milwaukee A Pi airie du Chien 39; Harlem 80. OAMAKOO Manufacturing Company efanufacturere ol WI NDOW SHADES t o i , s H. H. BRBNIViH, Proprietor. T Waat B-ewrth Street, 1,4,1..' . , M CINCINNATI, OBI . t -.'. .u'l U'.a I . i tiiti ,eii. iiKit I uui.r uiiHi mi JOHN BETTELON, Wiolle Bealer ! Foreign & Domestle Liquors! Utlr-lW.W B"e,C' t, DAYTON, OHIO: XT EEP6 ON dAND a Large aad A.sorwd yoantlly IV ol Bourbon, Eye, and Other Whiskies, IRANDY BIN, RUM UTTERS, AC. am. Alao.a Large Stock orOiara."C IiimhTiSu. . OAwtf . lUTIOJAL 8AL()0, If. 1B, Waef aistai Street, Cist. . Eifht Splaadld Billiard Tablaa Tour Splendid Taa . "T v ." AHaya.f I Oholoa liiearw aaa) Wines laara oa hand.' ( J. r. fiCNKLE. Preartetor. J. r. AVlUae, (. . . , meu. jllsV. ,...., i . .ii, . ,,.-. O. J. WILLAUD, n: 64T RROADWAVi NFW 1 OH K t WrtOLRKALC HAM) F0RTEA MIStr DEALER . ... wsolksalb aoasv roa Wi. A. VanA aV ,'; Honritinati, lira- Ac w'a, wn. Knaba At I t'i, aod ot her firnt Class PIANO FORTES, AND OWiNS, MVJ.Of KQJtH, t'HUPCtT MARMnNI. UM?. M JtW 7EAVHEK AU DKAJ.KHS Will b furiitihtt with PheH, Mula, lnntruction Booktri, Plano B, Orgftri or Melodcont, at W hol ale Prima I ' ivew ifirsic Bant to any aJdraia, frA of poataga. on rarnipt ot prica. Victory at Last. Bong and1..." rtionin, hy Wm P UiMMiry 3' Onr nobla C'htal ha 94 AvtuT, an Kntaar on the L)fMh ofj, AitrtUiam Liu- coin, hy J R ThotraR 411 Ifa AHl'pinrtt.( y.: Tmr ..;.. Km Jeff in Pvvttocoaia. A doom tor . 1 . lhaT(ma"(hy Tiukar , I'm Lonaly ainca he laft M,..M K tiler v flis'nr tuy down tn Pinnaylm nyl Harmd hmiiil ?(i I balmy liar tru to ma 11 Mi Muni jit I hara aoiT-Hfh to tall J H Thomat n "bet )ilm rant. A tribute to thai taBtaphen U ifoster, and fmhalliahal wUfi h Ltkaneaa Hoiy Tuuktar 4u Limariok in laaauilhil. Wurda by BoM-icault (A.miV..Jao Bryaat 90 Lot atar of my homn. 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WU.LARti, Wholvalt ria Port and Mura DeaJar, No MT Broad war, New Tork. JyltkJly 250,000 Watchni. thtlDH, Diamond Rlmi. WOHTHOVEK 1.000.fM0. AU. ' n tw -old for On TVllar eaeh, without p. card to value Not to b iMud for until vou knot what von are to v m. SPLIM11D MHT OK AHTfOLKS ALL TO BJE nui' run vi tVAUU. 8 V) Hoi id Rflver Bn.inji ..7A to xt 5a(i1ltaT Half ern and tlrna M... 60 to 60 fohd tiilvar Tea 81) oompl te Ml to iO 1A Hoaawotxl M iiavcaj hoxmt Hi aira....M 78 to g.u uo ahotnoy Mu i.'kI H xea, 94 aira fio to ttt Jt.'rO Quid HuullUK Watt'hec f, fy j4 8.V1 Ladiea' ltnamefd Jold Wairhea i to fcun 5noriitH' Hunting Hilvir Wnu-hex S'S to luu fioo U(rn tav e siler wWhea....,..... M to Ml StMi Diamord Riora .M 60 to loo P,tO) Photo- Allium, ad eBe 5 f fat) 8 Oftti Gold Teat A Neolt (Thatn . ir, to an a.ttOoldOval Hanl Br.ve.eta 5 to 5. 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