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FIT IMA III BTKBT ArrtBOON, if
j O Ij L, M hi Y K K A LOOAN
EtnpIrA l-uUdhig, 110 Main Street. '
Par wpak, (payable to Oan-lera) ..
, M. t
b) in ml per annuia, in edranoe.,.
One 'opy ),mr aanum , .
vTtiij Empikr oirculatenfree of postage in Mont
gomery comity. Payment in advance in allcaaet.
I Frv description, executed on Steam 1'reaaea, in
le httii Hlyle, ami at reawiuaole pncea.
farAnnouneenienta under thia head will lie charged
fi. No name mnerted uoleas accompanied by (tie
ANTHONY WOHL will be ft candidate for Director
ol City Iiihrmary at tti ensuing election. iimW
WILLIAM DAVY will be a candidate for reelection
to the otttoe of Aaaeaaor, in the Filth Ward, at the en
ton tig apring election. mnl7
.1 A (M IB STKI'lf ANS will I ft ('nii.ii.lnt- for rn-elrc
torn to the office of At)MeNHur. iu lite Fourth Ward, at
the emming Hpnng election. 1 mal7 ,
HI HAM KKLLEY will be (supported by the voter
of ih Sixth WftiU lor AH)or at the enauing apnng
PANKRATIIM WKIHNKR Mill be a candidate f-r
Ai-eanor in the Sixth Ward, at the eurming Hprlng
HTAOY B. CAIN in a candidate for reeleciion to the
firti of City Marshal. matt
JOHN MoCUTOH &ON will be supported for re-.
lection to the otlice vi Market Murder at the en fining
spring election, nut
JOHN J. ACKKKMAN will hp a eandidala for Oily
Solicitor at the ennmug spring election, inaio
P. KKLLV will be an Independent cnndiilat lor
'it y soiH'iior at tne enciung eiecnoii. mat!
JOH1AH I.OVELIWh a candidaMnr re-election to
the. office, ot kiily Holieitor. niu-i
K'ZUA .IttHKRKYH will tie ncund'ditl f..r te-eleclion
to ilie onu'e of Coiiat'thle t ihu enduing spring elee
lion. , ir.all
JOHN Hl'KI I EL will Ihi a candidate lor Comdabe at
the ennuiug April election. mut
A. M. OYLKK will be a candidate fur CmixtaM l
the coatiing April election, nifl
A. il. HIJRLUURT Mill he a candidate rort'oiudnble
at the euiuug April election. nm'i
Htreet ()ommipiloner. '
WILLIAM II AKPEK will be supported hy the rili
xeim of Uayton for Htreel t;ommiMiier at the ensu
ing apnng alert toil, nialti
L'KENT 1U1T-"I. Old Caudlo Maker" will
I a caudidate for street Uommiinner at die enmiini
U-ct ion. niHi
M.J. HTKPFKN will be a cmdidaie lor street Uom
niinNi' ner at the eti-uui April election.
Ed. Empiit. Plw announce the name l I'HILIP
W AL LA ki a candhlatM .'tu' rtireet r.MUiin--ioii1i' mill
oUigu W2 MANY t li'Ii.Ntt
JOHN C'OLHAUEK Mdl lie a candohitc lor Sir.-el
CominiKHiouui ut th 8pnug eln-iiou. lei I
SAMUKL KUUKBAUOH will be htipptu It d lor .Strict
i;oMiiiiiiHiunt-r uy tlieciiiiu'Uii ol iaion, al the epi ni;;
fUilioti. Icy l
Look out iyiktiik !ipv. 'I'Iih ruiiuwni'il
(iiinv Doctor bun arrived in thr city, nnd in
now stopping at the Montgomery lloutui where
he will tell the pat, preaeut, and future, nnd
heal all manner of Diseases, ('oniultatiiin
Ladies jU ventH, (ientleiiiun 1,(10.
For sale by U. KLIN K,
mal8 3:iC Third St., Phillips House. '
IF VOI' WANT UOOI II 4 MS,
L E V I S L. ( i I L L I L A X 1S,
No. 9, Maiikbt Strbkt.
He has now a large lot of superior Hams,
Dried lieef, &c, of his own curing, together
with a lull supply of Fresh Meat, for sale at
nll hours. ja.13 liiii.
Watches. H. Kline, No. 33(! Third st,
has a lot of pawned Gold and Silver Watches
which he offers very low at private sale.
Dh. Roback's Scandinavia Kkmkdikh.
Are you sick, no matter what organ is aft'ect
ed, depend upon it the blood, which is the
food and sustenaneo of every organ, is full ot
corruption I My Scandinavian Blood Fills
and Wood Purifier, break up the source of
disease in the fluids of the body. They purge
and purify the elements of the blood. Hence
their quick and complete cures in dyspepsia,
scrofula, eruptions, liu, tumors, uervousness,
kidney complaints, piles, low fevers, debility,
rheumatism, headache, want of sexual vigor,
etc, etc. These remedies are lutoniahingthe,
whole medical world.
See advertisement. mnr9.il ni
Lyon's Katiiaikok. This delightful article
for preserving and heautifying tlio human
hair, is again put up by the original proprie
tor, and is now made with the same eare, skill
and attention, which first crcuted its immense
and unprecedented sules of over one million
bottles annually I It Is still sold at 25 cents
in large bottles. Two million bottles can easily
be sold in a year when it is known that the
Kathairon is not only the moat delightful hair
dressing in the world, but that it cleanses the
scalp of Hcurf and dandruff, gives the hair a
lively, rich, luxuriant growth, and prevents it
irom turning gray. These are considerations
worth knowing. The Kathairon lioabeen test
ed for over twelve years, and is warranted as
described. Any lady who values a beautiful
head of hair will use the Kathairon. It is
finely perfumed, cheap and valuable, it is
sold by all respectable dealers throughout the
world. 1. S. bAHNKS i CO.,
jal2diwCm W, W. Stkwakt, Dayton.
. Drake's Plantation Hittuss, Kxhausted
nature's great restorer. A delightful beverage
and active tonic. Composed of pure St. Croix
Hum, roots and herbs, j t iuvigorates the body
without stimulating the brain. It destroys
acidity of the stomach, creates an appertite,
and strengthens the system. It is a certatu
cur for Dysepsia, Coustipation, Diarrhea,
Liver Complaint, aud Nervous Headache, and
prevents Miasmatic disease from change of
diet, water Ac. It can be used at all times of
day by old or young, and is particularly re
commended to weak and delicate person
Sold by all Grocers. Druggists, Hotels, and
Saloon.. P. IX DRAKE & CO., .
de22daw0m 'lit'l Broadway, N. V.
IIOISB AJiU LOT FOB bALK
ON Allen street, next to No. Applv al Conrad
Hcheoes'e tirocery, corner of I'lllh and M rehire
atHJHl f'lhl' MAVANA8 hv arrived at L.t t
AiUdlw lUXuN'S Urug Blore, l.tt, 3d at.
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DAYTON, OHIO: FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1863.
City and Other Matters.
vTrniD arrlreftod dflPBrtfrom the Uaina Depot
OIKOIHIIITI, IUMH.T0H AHD HitTOK.
ii.wt p m
n.uu p m
tiOillKTUle and HI. Loin. M.il...4 a m
UiiMHTille MiUI Boat 16 a m
JjOuitiTtlle KDdtit. Loum BspreHP4:fN p in
Uux-trmaU Mwl rn
cilopsat Middletown and Uanultonouly.
Dattoh, Xi akd OoLi.mv,
RaKlern XinreiM 10:16 a in
4 2 '. a m
d.t a m
CulmntniN Arcommodation 6::tA p m
KALra biurets w......M.r4.m a iu .
4:1.', p ni
ineizMi'ft in ,min iwa,. uiiy except 0111111H7M.
FnHeniiHrft en tlli train uiuhI purcliOHe their llukela
belure b:MI p m.
Samou.kt, Davtum Attn Oimoimnati.
Sanduik; Mail a m h.iki a m
lluntarule AucommodKtioii.....B:lll p m i:4.l p in
Dittos and Michiqab.
('hipBK" M nil ....lMn a ni H a m
ChicAgoand JetroltKxpreiM....e:10 p in 8;4li p m
Indiana OearaAA and LiATroa tWnm.
HI. LouiH and ChiaKO A:00 a m Kl.10 a m
ierre Maine A'eominodiUiin....li:i8 a m 0:10 pm
Si. LouiH aud CIuuako xpreiiN.4:4o p m a rn
tiaiKNViLi.1 and Miami.
Arnornmudalioa..n...u a in - 19:Mam
SAM'L W. KING. Agent.
Nice Meat Miko Steiner will have a
supply of extra Heef, Veal and Mutton at stall
No. 45 in the morning, do early if you
would get something very niua.
Preaching. Klder George Hi inluliuli er
will prench at the Uerman ltuplint Church,
corner of Jackaon and Van Kuren ntrentH,
next Sunday morning at half pant ten o'clock.
All are particularly invited.
Literary. We call the attention of our
readers especially the young pesple to the
card of Dr. Charlea S. H. Boeder, l'rolraaor
of Ancient aud Modern Languages. The
Doctor in Haid to be an excellent and capable
1 . . .
Spring Opening. Miss A. fjoodmau'i
Grand Opening of new and beautiful Spring
and Summer Uonnetn, HalH, Flowers, and
Millinery Goods, will tiike place on Saturday
28th inst Ladies, keep a lookout for No.
335. Second Btreet.
In Hospital. Mr. Samuel Allaiuan, who
resides at Weaver's Station, on the Dayton it
Union R. K., recently returned from Nash
ville, informs the Journal that Si) u ire Stover
(about whom we made inquiry the other (lay,)
was sick at Nashville when he was there, and
although he intended accompanying him
home, he was unable to travel.
Extension of Time. The "Western Ma
ohine Shop" has not bee removed I The val
uable machinery remains iu the old place, and
the old workmen whose faithfulness is equal
to the ever punctual steam-whistle which reg
ulates their labor are still employed there, as
of old I It gives us pleasure to state this
and we will add that an extension of time
was made on operations here propably on
account of a condition of un-readiness else
where for a period of ninety days. "Good
for !)0 days I" At the expiration of that time,
a further extension, and a permanent one,
will probably be effected.
The Difference. A gentleman related
to us an incident which recently transpired
on the cars, going to show the different mo
tives which influence people with regard to
An officer a Quartormaster, he announced
himself was seated in company with a civil
inn, near the stove in the car, talking about
the war. The men seemed to be friends, and
the civilian was anxious to have the war
fought to a close as soon as possible, while
the bflicer thought there should be no hurry
about it. It is a big job, he said, and could
not be completed in a jerk ; it would probably
last two or three years yet, and il so, he
thought he could make enough out of it to
make him comfortable for life. He hod
very pleasant situation, and it didn't make
much difference to him how long the war con
tinued. This is the substance of a portion
of what the officer stuted to his companion
ueurly in the same words.
In the seat immediately behind these men
sat an elderly woman. She was in deep
mourning, and her dress was very plain. She
seemed to take a strange interest in the re
marks of the officer, and when he made the
heartless expression about the continuance of
the war being profitable to him, she suddenly
rose to her feet, her eyes fairly flashing with
rage, and addressed him
"Oh, you inhuman moaater ! This war baa
not lasted two years, and yet I have lost in
it a husband and two sons already, and an
other son is sick in hospital I while such vil
lains as yon want the dreadful conflict pro
longed beoanse yon fatten upon the death of
the victims, and rain of their families I" Her
voice failed her, and iu her passion she
struck the ofliutr several blows over th head
with an umbrella I
Very general indignation was felt at the
language of the fellow, who is a representa
tive of a class of men that want the war car
ried 011 for what they can make out ot it
"Over the Rhine." Some clever fellow,
who seems abounding with a desire to pre
sent the First Ward in its best shape, suggests
that the New Bank and Insurance Odlre
(both in contemplation) should be located in
the part of the city having the most business.
The suggestion is certainly philosophical.
There will not be much dispute about the cor
rectness of the principle. It is only 'neces
sary to decide the locality which best answers
the claim. This difficulty is promptly met
and decided by the clever fellow to whom
we refer, through the columns of the Journal.
The First Ward he assumes pas three fifth
of the business ol the city I And he goes on
to prove it by a schedule. That should Bottle
the question, ij his tutement is correct ; aud
the contractors can piocure au exploring
party, with cooked rations for au indefinite
time, to proceed at once in search of lots
on which t6 erect the projected structures.
If there seems to be any difficulty about
the "three-fifths" our lilieral First-Warder can
just include Hnrries' Mill and Distillery in
2 : 40 Time. Yesterday afternoon the
uuiet of Main street was disturbed by a run
away establishment, consisting of a frighten
ed grey horse, and two chaps on nn Kxpress
wagou load of boxes, who seemed to be as
badly frightened us the horse. The effort
of the driver to Rtop the horse seemed to
have the contrary effect, and Hie chap who
sat on I he rear end of the wagon, uftcr ar
ranging to let himself off easily pitched off
as though he intended to break his neck to
get rid of the scrape. At the corner of 4th
the nair run the vehicle against a tree; the
collission tumbled the driver off, and brok
the shafts nnd crushed a wheel ; the horse
then seemed satisfied with the adventure, and
going around the square, put up at Sheila
Sales. To morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock,
C. P. Uuber II Son will sell 18 one-acre lots,
located between Third street and Hydraulic,
Conveyance will be in readiness at the Host
Office to take bidders to the place of sale
The same firm will also sell the desirable
property of George A. Black two-story brick
dwelling and store-room, large ware-)ioue,
ic, in Alexanderville, at 2 o'clock P. M. to
The Result We yesterday noted progress
of the skirmish between a straggling snow
1 norm and the dust, in which, after various
advantages on either side, the chances seemed
turning in favor of the snow. We have but
to add that, after the contest was kept up nn
til night, the snow completely overwhelmed
the dust, gaining a complete victory. It is a
question whether the situation is improved or
rendered more desperate.
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Shooting. It is stateJ on the streets that
yesterday a white man and a negro had an
altercation in a saloon up town, when the ne
gro twice fired a pistol at his antagonist, and
then ran off. The white mac was not hurt.
We could not learn the cause of the affray.
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Closed. The Grand .lurv rose to day. It
found 31 bills of indictment an unusually
large number. We will give the report in
! fH to-morrow. The criminal docket will be
opened on next luesday.
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Full. Huston Hull was crowded last night
on the occasion of the last entertainment of
the Kathleen () Neil Troupe. The perfor
mance was greeted with hearty applause
throughout the evening.
Sorghnm. The Michigan Legislature has
offered a bounty for sugar manufactured from
Sorghum. The Ohio Legislature don't seem
to have so much faith in the business.
"Old Folks '' Remember that the genu
ine "Old Folks" will be here next week, and
give concerts on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday nights at Huston Hull.
The Sharpley'f Keep in mind that on
Monday night a week, Sbarpley's Minstrels
will be here.
TOBIAS 11ARSUMAN On the Ivtll lust., by Rev.
D. W inters, at hia residence, Mr. Andrew J. Tobmn to
Mine Sarah K. Harabman, both of lleaver Creek Sivn.
ship, l.reene county, Ohio.
IIIJ,FIOH Oa Wednendsy eveoinf, lulh ili.l..
Clara Louisa, daiighloi of William Hrllrich, aged ten
KuweraJ service, at the Fifth street Oathnlle (Holy
Trinity) Church, at three o'clock to morrow alter-noon.
1R. CUAULKI S, H HOKDKK,
j)ROKKHHOR of Ancient and Modem Ijuii,
fia: 1110. Oreek, rtLU tt, Hpauuh, Oeriiiau, and
iiKlikh, eoittinnea teaohing ladiee and xentlvmeo al
th reeideuce of hi rto)wtt fe acholAra. and at hin
oho otttce, Utttkel'a Btuldiug, Ho. Hi. niaudttin
GUNS AND REVOLVERS
M. BUIINKIDKK & SON,
Ho. 109 Mai street iiposlte tke Market
II AVI now on hand a larne eupply or Sho4 tluae,
I Kulee, Coll'a, lkoper'a doilUe-e.-Uoa, .niilti 4
U eeewn'a, Alleo a Wheelock'e, Muarp Joud'e, and
tlie celebrated 'rimera', kevolvera, wKwh we are sell
UMt al Die lowest Mlalkel pru ea.
ui.17 Si. tsCHNKIDKR a SON.
HUSTON IIA. JLX.. j
COMMt.SClM. , ,
MOMMY KYItM, MAK( H SUi, 11,
' ANfj CONTTNtUNCI TWH DAYS.
The People's Favorites!
'.' ' I J H A S K 1J.A N 1) ,
nritLr.Mqt E opi:ra rnoi pr..
TWENTY ' j T A. R. S
Aclcnowledued )y the press and the public wherever
they have appeared to IO. (lie only peifcct and U-mti-mnte
'iromie in tlie world; will oiienat Huston Hall ai.
Tickets, -J.r, cent! reserved seats, isi eents.
For further particulars see future advertisement.
nan J. L. WKWCUMH, AxeuL
NOTI OKTO "(i AltDKN KRS."
I HAVE tuis day sold my slock ol I.AM'HKT H 6
UAUDEN BUkltM In Mr. Woodhnll, and would
clieerfuHy recommend all uiy old customers to him.
uayion, piarcn a, irsjj. jum.i 11 ui nri.
Havlnirlinttiht Mr. nntnt's stock of ?,ANIItKTH S
(new crop) C.AKOKN B ul4, which, toKeltiar Willi a
Ircau supply jusr receivctl tnreci iruiu i.un'iiein atmui
Philadelphia. 1 11m enabled 10 niniMh esrileners wild a
nil) assortment of those very popular and retialSc
aeedaat low nglire. u. wuuiuu L.L..
maiu uayton see.l store, u" nurd strcei.
F O K
COMSNC ! I
S A. L K !
One KlftKS-ltned, Roda Km in Lain,
Ou Mlvcr-pltitcd Motia 8Umd;
' ine-half dor-en Kinip Bottle,
Unn Wcrm (Jowlcr. ,
The above arLiulei aie in excellent 'otitiion, and Mill
beHold at aUirtfitin. Apply to HDIIT OWhlN,
maMtf Jerternou ni., twuduont below Market.
FARM FOR SALE, m
H1HU wilieeriner oft-in for aale Iiim plate known a
I me "Jtmepn o. wnite rami. it n locaum ten
tnilea from Dayton, and Noiith of (VntreviHe, on the
NpriaglioroiiKh pike; contain 78 auret, o- which
lie cleared; ia iu sood faimiux order; bottom and fen
ond bottom, ami la riutatle lor tohcai, corn, oatK, in.
banco. RorjrhtiiM, or any othtr erop. A ood irame
baro and luji bona, ami wtiter .out MiilUmx, aij on
He iiImo wlRhea to aall luti dat Ming hoiine. initiated
at Wo. iu Walnut atrt in Hilarity.
rurtona uumniii u piirciniHM a jaitu or uweinoy
will do well to
i at too vioimn ri
tiny Mora of ilhain
Walker, U Thud atrenl
WM. WALK KB
S O I- O I 13 II 8 1 I
BOUNTY, rKWlONtTI ARKRAKB HY k
I me wldowa aud heir nf deceased aoldienti alo,
Arrears of Pay Owe Relrned Ofltcera
a il a uiktciiarffea BOiuiere
Collected without delay, and on roan on tie ten in,
COUNSEL AND INFORMATION GRATIS.
Apply to oraddreia M. H. NOLAN,
1 ray ton, Ohio. ,
Office-(!uva'a Hi Hiding, Third t. rHdav-uii
W I L L B E S O LD
A. XJ, O T X O N
TIF.HHAV, MiKCII lll. 1 :,
78 MAIN STREET,
XSO yards Brwaeela Carpel,
SI larffe, slme Mtrrara,
e rleaasU liwla Mai-blnes,
3 Skew Cases,
II Cloak rortas,
A lot or teal.,
Awl aaaitr.ui allt.r i lores.
Sale of Urj Goods Mrdnesday
ale cDiieieMc mt 141 a m, t p m ae.4
1 r-' fkotitt
N. P. DOUOU33.
Splendid rropcrtj for Sale.
a hare change.
nVtt aulKriherolfrre for sale his TKN-ACKK LOT,
X a.tjoMilna l)ftuin View. It i-Implied on a roail a
IV-tv ro.in north ofV.c Malcm t,ikc, ami piat half a mile
wet nf the Hirer. II lata on It a ntimll J nmie hoiiNei
a brick Ninoke au'l Hpnn hont; a prm of never
fail inn woter; an orchani orchard ol atMtui two himrt
rtl tun It y younu 1'eaeh tiee-i averl -nhndiil Apple
tree.; Hilefl.W Ornh-applp tTeea; a iiutiler of Am Iter,
nnd a large number of Monlla ;htrry tree-, x""ol
lenrvn; a larte nnmfieror tjearitix -ri pe-vinf; and
a nniiihorof other lutvantagee too niuiKioua to uicu
tinn Ihla aitractivt! property hae otf it one nl Iha tnofi
dohhtiiil hntldlni' ipftft in the founty, trotn whleh cn
ire neen a lai (tApanito of ooiuiiry. rtiultnu in, the
ItaytonA Wit stern and hayton aluhiMiui Itaiiwava.
Th' ground I exceileni, anil e-yei jr loot, of iti tan "taj
ruin vated. Theeanl and north aides, of Uir lot arc
ten ied with thnfiy OrtaiteOnuiKeJMaiKea. 'Itie prop
erty will U a ifl ul a iMivum,
Alio, afvtjral elij(iMe JU'if.IiINO J,(T8 in Jfinmi
uiiy nn oner t'H mr r-nie on nnr rerma.
aypiy awe to Hiorptuwa iuej: id pi mini vnv.
teoU..w j4 , ; , . i I'K'lbK BITTY.
T. K. POTTKHt f t i -
' '-Dealer in " " ' '
Of every variety In weanon, Coafectionery, Cigara(
aw(srxtirn, r criuuivni, - i
t5 Third atreet, west of Pottofflot,
!!RytOTi, Ohio. " JrJndflin
, TUHNWKK NOTiCK.
NOTICK in heret.y Riven to nil whom thininy oon
c'rn, that there will lai a ineeiin IimhI by the
corporaiora ni me douui AinngiMi l innpike ( ompft
nv at MoimIi Arlinuton, Ohio, oitj-atiintav. Annl llth
ai It) o "cliK-k u tn. for the piii-jpe ui up.-mi
n nnei i iiinu uuiikh n receive nn'i, in fh-'ir'-' tH IWtll-
ty flve ilollarHeiich. . M. Vto ll hKh,
4. 1. frWiVKK, ,
' JOHN M a V k it,
mallwtt ftAMtfJCL AHNOLlt,
ATTK.NTIOX t WOl UDKn SOIJUKKSt
OOLhlKlt-S who have lieon wounded in the military
O nr naval aervice nf I he Pnni himeN citn then
homily by calling npfin or addreHinir
il. II. WKAKI.KV,
mall tienaral llouuty At ol, lhiytou, Ohio.
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ON nnd nftr Thursday, Mnpch j, tdl freiitrht des
tined tirrtitiitiuna on the Indiana t'eutrHl aud Iay
ton and WeHern Ka.lronU, and 11 potui weai( mil U
received al I lie Coliitubiirt and Xciiki Pipot.
inulldlw b, t-AHI.Mi, A if en.
No Better Slaughtered.
KTALL WO. 40, KOKIH UlliK llj.' '1'llK 1AKK1:T
HAS I he beat quality of Beef, Lanih. ete ever)
market nuirniut;, and tin caas;uU invites tile
iutihc te yive him a trial.
He la delcrminettlo alnuler liulnliif Hut Hie lasl.
and 'ecla sure 1a ilcasius the people, .
4l"HtMiymU.r No. 4ft. ocl&.lnin
.r blUAB OKOVKliTlrlStBI IKKKS
lv O R S A L E !
IjlUUlT, 8hade, and Omamenfal Tieen uau 1 h, Ht
j: our jfrounnf at very lo pricei. Ve nave the fol
tayvvinK H had ft 'I'rea, nil ol tins aire: . , i ,
MLXtiH-LKAV POPtAU, ,
CATALI'A, two v.irtet!e,
"LOW hi Kl Mi IdM 11HT,
, , A bALM Ot- ttll.lCAD
Order mav be left at thu tiriti ei v hinr i,t u
Kdjnir, Mam atreet, Treen will Imwold low and deltv
ered Id auy rtor the oity tree of charjte. Now ia the
time to make your ealtriiUtioua fur planting, pre pan
poach, A. We can fiirnifha few very tin.- M.xinmin
A.in, oeanu ireeei. Any fieiMftn enntemplatinK plant
ihK Fruit 'J'reea will be turniliel wttlinur ileMinnlivt
cahtloyite by culhui ! 'he Htiove trotjtiry. i'ruei oj
nll kind- of tree will he mn-le low.
Iemtyni WlLbiAMHA LKWI.S.
Mo. 301 Second street.
HAH reeeivetl hii aprinr atipnlT of Uooda, and If
eoiixtanlly aildiDK to lu Ur'e t"H:k ol Urocerica,
W met, Ljitnom, and ciarM, expect. Mji'Hu r loi
oi nun r imi nexi week, m tviiiitiou to t he htrtfe piaa
lily ot all kinda tf Fioh alreas.lv on liaad.
We advi-e our readera to and ace litcnd O'Hrien,
aud lakea look at hiH grocery and l)pIordeparttllent
Weare MrtaiiiUiey will tat aatJi.heii alien hi. pricet
are made known. A niorocle.ei Irllow m ven roi.r.el
toe Atlantic, n uaiever fie If preheni will be jilwl to
aiei no mlHtake. Hifiatoreta m-rt nt,w entmme.l nll
and twtwithtuitug Hie I -mil ph e ul rHi, lie ir
willinu todiKDoae of lliem m ih, Ih.a..i ,.,,-ii.u.
Hen-wall known throujih a larye portion ot Ohio
unilatil., auq (roisj nrtXIU mr ItHVIIIlt pHm WlllVr-
... i.iiuimui iiitnjit-iuiu purpose. JU: KtMipM tlt
ytanlly on haul thu celeniided H. T. lHi-tj -X 1'rake
i'lanutkiu BitUvTst. ' nialnd-lw
K O K B A. L K
LI. of the bent tpifilliy of (J rafted rrnil, at f.l per
at . inMi'iiru, m iim imrfurj , r. i'. nmvrn, oa Hie
fc'verHoad, awMithof Mie Miami Rulron l i indue, .n
Hie wet cidc of lite nor. k,iiiiue at Uie ttrst l-m k
hoiine m the wt aide of the road.
Order- inny be lelt at Chrntloptter ri wkare tuonple.
' ,rB HiifjwiT, v. n t. t lilia.
llf AWTKO Two hone ft men toavtl Hec-j-niii
ff True liifiorntur. , H. btoeT,
inaJdawlm j.i7 JelWon street.
A SMALL KAHM AT iVUiiLlC SAJJ-l
I WILL otter at pnMte aaie. NATf HlAT, MAROH
14. lMiai. at at O'tljOUk li IU Ha ltl (ilKJI tf 1 IaA4 IWlhrl
iToiir-e in the edy ol 1 'a tun, KobT V A KK-i -d kit II
I, AND, l milei wel of ltaton, on iIm of t'rt-ek
Pike, all nnder fence mud in a yotd alaieot etdtnutiou.
ihvaLatiiu JiiH riued land ait lntold m i-epairtltj
traeiN of 10 and :Mittcrec
Payment -oe-third taah, oue-thinl in one, and Ute
uatius n ill iwv jmmUM lliUU kUtJ Ql Ms4,
Daylon Cpmmert-ial lollege,
N. IB, Tulrel Klreet, Uevtos. Otilo.
Full l'OBi'1 Coarse-rime l'nllmlted-$30.
SITTI.IN0 MKrirnaTand I KRAMJK.I) HO-JKB,
DWA Kimnu aau ,'AAMAftsiiil',
COMMKKCIAL CALCI.I.A I ION.-.
VoMMKHl'tAf. ('ii;llKsK'Si.V( B.
Ofi'.S UAV AM KIXAnu.
THKKsC ia aoclaaa atyi4e4li, Uo copying hoi Ituukft,
no luenionaing of arbtiniry rule. KmcIi ueiHlc
m;n haa adek to liiutrseil, u.f pioceedjt bv ImtirtM!
tioa froai a prauueal Untk ktaiptr with exertnist a in
Uaunui,Conliiciiiait, lUlaiu-intf, CIumiw, tuMting,
A lintiliii a Partner, Luitudaliug the I'lmni of K
tmnx Ptwuver. etc., UitMigh ut oliarge ttf et oi
busdiM in a bueiuwwa lioiUMt.
Msn liwu aud bMk-kepera are re,pN tftillv iiivil
d lo vail and examine th thorotitrk musie uf tinart
iUKiainauou, wbtub liaa iacd maay ut um Hiasiuf
te ot Mn ikjlleije a 4.k keviee-ri in th bii Ui,.
e twutat. tsrr paitwitilam kt.Jdreita J
ii l. J. OHlkit, XJaytoa, Oluo.
I.N A AC a MUX' ER
AO VF.KTIHirsa HATKH.
r J ' ' r ;v It At L Y. ' ," 1
On square, (tlty mnln Mhd)ehjriiiatt,f tv
Or, Quarts (hr'H 'i(tM,.w,f..., ,.;...1i.. 1 in
One t.p!Hr, on a-cek; ,...v 1 M
one fcqitare, one month a
.'oi pMHie, thre rniii.thn,..., T X
Ollt t-lflmre, 'Mil Auufht..tLA.. ..4.m. 1 l
- - . 1JS WiiKUlA'.. . .... ,
Opn Mtinre, Ijftity wenttn, nne WHk,i..w.,.f,., I 00
I'erfMjirf, enc wm in tfciitMWi.ii ii mm
Per rfiiiarn, one yi - j " to
-MTT'-rirt far AdvertiM'ineaM oeeilpyi gTimba
or lor a loiitfttr penoU tlwu J pwinT, wiedej
known Ht l he Coiiiitin Hoom. An rtdrei tmeiurt l
anii-Jitryed at ihealwi raien, iwJa-- a wnwiJ Ji
niciu iiih.Ip provioiiM to iiirtiori 'All cmmU'1 ftd
TeriiwrinKite muatbe paid tor in ad
iEtua Life Insurance loiupuu)
(IK IIARTKLlltl', CONNKl.TIOLT. .
KVKKV MAN bllOli U IK81KE HIS 1,IKK.
altIK '.T:tns KlAhts pol'.i ies Fl,R Llrti, for a teini
. ot yearN, Amh'Winent policies ami cbiidien'. S.u-
.tmiini nt. Also, ron rcriHitinK olicies, on which no
psyiii.lit is required alter len years. r
Five lliouMind rli.llsr paid uu two frihSes ft) Hits rlt y
witliiii the laxt mix lnnUlliH.
Atnonri all the comrliaiK'es of mod lo pnilict the
iHinily I'ln-le irom want, aoitocan tA leitnu more .1111.
le iu ita i,aracter, uoble iu ite lealliles, or cerlani hi
it.. vckuIi, than l.ile Insurance. 11 i the prop which
the tlymg liu.levDd leavea to t 7 ,.. ; ' .
W ITOKT THE WIFK OF. ULS. 110.SOM.
It iff Hit iiiiocen hiutd ol the prutid4itiat)ier, iVMcJttug
loud Irom ttic jfTitve, and ill nournhiiia( hi or! pruiai,
and kes-pinx tojreihrr tiie-tatnity. By it. Hie m ihltd
on , : 1 , ,, . ' . i '
LIMJTECTtt , I1W AUKD 'rAHKlS'TjS.
Kreu vthre he Juirnie eded them into c ten my; by it
the inniPHt tiioiinr wutr'iie'hif conttdtnjMvodof, when
iatu Mfieinud ii-Hait ptopiuotta, lu. a moral and wohtfi)
i nfo, it is one groat weapon by winch 10 rob death oi
Itltt atsmg. . ,
Let any !ut-Uind, father, aon, flvk himMf, Mf I V
tw div t-j-nitdit, would thuitt who are Utakr to nic
Ufc. SAFK fBOM THU PAftUB OF WAKT?
WuuM tliese children have a comibrtuhle home, aud
the meana of ediioaDottf Would ihw ntle beindeteu.
dent ot the cold chariliea of lliu worln? Would Una
ayctl and tee tile jttuent )e provided fitT Wooiil itiy
eeiate pay my debte? Would thare be uu Kaeutice i,f
propei iv by loiced wilen ol an admmi'-tnitor to im-ei
ibedomajidsi ot reiHior-nie liutde when theiuai Uvt
HMid- ilowuwiird, and luir piice cannot ! ' realized': '
HoW MW can auawer thevt tpiealion u limit HtUitim
Until lliey tear to ak them, mid cheri'h I ho liehel'
thnt 1 hey have a long: Icj on hie. 1 bin t UiMt lovl'
i-ii tiodcoaardl). J lie luave mail
LOOKS THE DANGER IX THE PACK,
That he may ijn.pple with it; tlio wihcN ni.it, tmi it
may hi i id y nn untnre and patltuie jie ihnHieiiM,f,. Tj,
ni)-an ol palliation urt, at tutud, ol ett-y u, Kii
it it , . i .
LIFE INSTJKANGJi I
Vmiitfr men juvt aiurlini; in hnameaa. wlnr'e cine
capital i- i heir energy and iiiltv'rhyhoiild m-.nie then
tive- to the autumn ol bah then HalHliiumt hia lt an
ut o diKiniere-ied lnuie-ly.w hen known tj then creij
itor, vtiaihl HiMly incn-ai- Mien itiiiihJeitce in them.
It would kIiow thai they del Uol v,lh to lenrc then lie-t
frieudu expoyetl louiiyuoiiiiLleeoi)iiii(iucy; aud u
ANNUAL iJ Jl K M I j m
Miuht lairljr be reyunletl a the tribute wtiK'h an ui
nytit heart' piiVf Jit lh "brine ol Justice.
JOHN II. BTOI' I K L M A Ji .
h -4 Agent tor lnyton and vi4 ,tni.
SPi.KNUII IIOTKL PKOI'KKTV " VtR"HUL
'I1HR undcraigned will Ml nn renvoi. able U-nn I'.
tweeii now hi
1 April Ui, loU, hia indcl pn.pwiiy
no, aiHiwu aa tlie
ill MlMIIllnUllg, Ohi
Tliix n one nf the finest holelx in tlie Miami alter,
tnd lm an excellent ma ot ttnoineaa m iuhs nine. t
n it larj'e three-tury bra-k leaiHc, i.'Minntiiii.-4 tweniy
rie notn, ind ha nil neeera-aiy-tim-la'ildiusjaeiia,
uid uiolt mi attached, ami all iu nud tuder. Alx.i, a
.tre yani 'I be utale it one of the large ho4 nn
mud i in au) ortlvr.
The ii'l.i.Nc comprising thmprrKirtTeonatat ol
me lrtfi: Iota, one wictu-tHt with a hue hedge, and la
V fliiii.nd) armnKeri a a garden; ha afu M Urape
vitcrt iu beaung order.
Tim prnrty in mi i tile on the ponu-r nf Mam nad
ilndgo lieet,iiot more than aeveuty-itve yurdit from
he canal and a convenient diatnnce tiom the depot ui
be CinumcuU, iiaiuiltun aul Dayton railroad and i a
iood stand ;.od a good paying propeny.
For hiiinei lUioiuMttioi) pleiute cll ou the proprietor
hi the pi'emmeti. feiCttlowtt H. It. HLafK.
1 Ol UTII STUEt FllOrtKTV
MASTER CO.MMISSIONEHS SALK.
Willmm T. Ui'heiK k, riaintilf, i Mont, feup, Ci.un,
I. llirvey Thomavot al, Jreleo'ta.) Cue Wo. 2i;A.
Ijl li.il AM' U an umr ol the bi.peitur t url of
Wi.otKouiery county, Ohio, maie ia the aJave
at-e anu unec ted u. me, I will orter a putaic mi. uon
it th door ol the t '-oort Houae in the -ily of lh ton,
ni Uie county alet -laie aiorenaid, on
SiititrtitU, April 4, lain,
t oVliK-k p ui ol aail di.y, the lollowing )e-cribed
irtipserty, io-wit, toituatotu Uieoountyot Moutvwmery
.tivi Mtultj ot Ohio aiel in the city ol lityton, tu-wii. '.,
Tint itkfred ue ihoiissnud uiue htinlred aiiu thirty-four
l-yjt) on the plat ot mud city ol Ottvtou, exoepi an
tenteeioii in went da 01 aat tot, niuuiiig ihrtHiah
Llit entire u i.owiifd hyuamuel H. 1 hojuan, Iwin unv
if u nh.diTirton of OMtlot by N. Iiuwoith.
ld prp'rty t- in be culd ot a iJeciet m tavor oi"
rV'ihiniu I'. rwnewk i)fain-l J. Harvey j homat, atal
I I. .- Lteeit appraised at aixteea huudied doliara (tflUuif!
ind cannot nell for lea titan two-lhtrda til aniii p.
Iiiao-uil tiliie Lvifijj lUaiti oo;B. Trin ut stHle-citj.lt.
hnid real e-tato ia aitualsen on ytxirfh wlreer, oue
riiiiist wt't ot (Jouiwil airtH-t, and ruui Iron, f onnii
it reet to Sycamore street Iron ll ok ad hoiti Mref t",witb
dwtdtlltg tioiue on each end ul Uie lut.
II. H. WtAKLK V, Matter Commiomtuei. '
An4H Ctav, AtwriHy. it)itttaai. ,
KsKMhati, A if II KkTIt tltOHKUb UkX
pllE let time to ue West n Fruit Tree lnvii.'irai,.r
X t Iroia thettnte itietroU tMNneauut ol Ihagrutibd
4ii it 1 1 he lirtt ol June. inadaw I in
KLhllbLK UOUbK BUtbHKb.
1111 K grandetil in-titntiuu out. Kor sale at
. UIXo H iMuixaufre, 0.. Third etrvet.
DUUUtl aud MtticiiiM; a full cUa k alwaya ou hand
and loi attic at reaitoivaUe pric3a by
ue JAMtv AUiiksk, Utuu at., near Market, .
sin. 8S PUtlllfea Hamae, Tkird etreel,
IUkU Una method tAinforni the pui4a- th.it ht'
. ha. euaaged theemcui o a ueituman !.. i.
(.lebi-aUai M a
t'RACTlCAL WATCH AM) ('LOt'k. MAliJ-.K,
fo io every manner of repaint to all deaenptiju ot
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWEL. Ill
la the beptmyle, and at aliort noitoe. hta rpairr
hax woraetl 11p4.11 the llue-t walchee and jewelry in lh
inraepti cttie ot Kurone, and Jm in thnlm.u.iMia.s,
muu he CMiiuul tsf et elled lor good work and huiu-
.sii . -11. wtr.i ma woia ut warranted turvp.
rev-triileAl. Mr, hliue will uu lm able to a.viunv
date all who want the be.t work perlormed, ai lln
I jajl raleit it. tut be aiturderf.
(,0LD A.0 6ILVEK H ATCHES iD (UAIXS
1.1 every varier.ailllollered at private sale, aud
"r .".iia.iie.nem. he putla- are luvlled
.,.-11 St .l,l'i,ilhp. Miie,ThuU .Ireet. auil in
ih. 1 uie goaile, aa.l M n-uanui dune in in L,
uiauner. KllKli.111 u ki iki,
;WK KAT TO LTvK.r'
"WE LIVE TO EAT,"
J. wuhjsTh 4k 10s,
OLD rXroF'IC Hl'lLMNU, ST. THUtt) T.
HAVK ju.t reus, veil aid uov. lor sale al lie. Icwe.t
IIII.HWAN API'I.KH.holeaal and retail.
Nrif.MAN.MHI HO I A I'llKl larite lot.
SM KIT ON IllNd,
siit'lliiiAN HUCkWiiKAT iriAit kieatra.
UV ITkK, kUcb, Ac., Ac, Sr. "
J. W. A la.sarreoavbNitly reeeinu Um above all.
clra, suii t,ierilnujt aoei fur toe lalsc, wlock can Lo
ol.iame.1 ai home au.Iabiad. riH.y are butf-lv .h,p
p,u Apt l. s .u.l potatoes fruiu (s,. ln.n. 1 ,.Tr
C1uMra.nl Buck wheat Hem are el oiuU,i net lo bo
a, wlie.1. 'l l-.ejF are well baeit lur lite Alulidav., aavd
invite cuHtoinom To call, wan eating Hi utaee Uteni.
Oilj irade deiivoied fteo. iooia vrJera. t1