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In est,' nt.""iail ti In. Iri.'i'.l lio !
mrli.l lhai "UroeMbncka ie
llahnrk (re belter."
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A Oougli, Col.l, or Si e 1 hrottt,
vRatiuiau maaouTf, anasTioa, . iso puoutn
'.i lllIU. .1 AIU1I.0 1TIIH,
Irritation ! the Luna-a, a Parma
ml ThrMl Airnciion, an l"
curable l.naa; Ulacaaa ,
M orra raa aaaetY.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
atvtaa 4 it lartuiaoa to ts raura. aura
. laaratari aausr.
for BronctaUH,, Athm, CaUrrfc, Cob
sumptlve and Tliroal DlMsa, ;
Tsnoaaa " aoaa liioaw.
HtM'lKiln AND PIUII.IU HPKAKaU
will and Tretlut uaaful in clirin the roloa wh
awHraloniiior Hrtll. ami rallarluK Ilia
throat after a uwimnl axartion of tha moat organs.
Tna JVwaai ara runoomttiPtvlea aai eTaiwItssl hy
Physicians, awla ha4 tn.iimomala from amiuaut
m.a ihroii.houl tha country. Bainaai attwla of trna
raarlt, and baring proud tholr anVacy by a Ua of
many yaars, aaoh year nda lliim la aew lo.ulitla j
In various parts of ttia world, nd the JVnesat ar
uniTeraallj pronounord batter than ather anlnlea.
Obtain only "Baowa'a Broxchial Taocasa," and
do not take any of Ilia IforlAtasl ntitaUosl that may
he o flared, ,
Bold ererywhore In tha United Mulee, and in For
eign Oomitrtea, at M oenta er box. aotM Omdaw
Special Notices. Hostetter's Bitter on the Battle-Field.
It la aatlnfactory tn know tht our aeld hoapitala
re nn inniier unninuHeJ with lliis llfa-aarinf nrnna-
ration. Boldiora who, aa prlTat-eltlaeos.had baoorna
ftcqukinUd with IU propnrMt hTO in mnoy infttftn
om miulA k Bpoclnl n quotl thnt flORTKTTICP'H
8T0HACII Birr :ai mlht h.IJo(l the mi.foal
torn Mhir r mpnm, mi I thoir wiha hnv not
be.a nuhexi4t. As ft tuoana of -u.Ululng wound r.)
ttoattttutUhl. Mid of nnM.aK troop to t
ber fttinlm msrolion un.lor a blsinft tun, it bu
boon twuuouily reoomraoJpd by diMtiDuiBhvJ
modioal mAn.atidtho prouAOt I thnt it will ?Dtu
ally uper.-rlatll th Muliertet tloi-tura. liquor
and linngaroi 7JftV Uiat ' Iimo ' hwatotorw bwen
coonidorexl muiiiuua) v'nploa. Tli (twl Dial a mnntl
fpianllty of tho BUtarH mixod wiih walrr IrriftT any
of the Southard or rtouth-wmUrn rirnrawill piwrnt
I from AffaoMnijt tho Yt wal or tha hrr,fj,niild b
borna in mln I by Army Phynruiana, aoidiorMa, and aH
w bo have ,o0aion to viait thoita portion vnf-our
country. Tfiemanwho uaoa, H08TKtTKH'8 niT
TKI18 in conformity wifh Inn direoOona, tuy ml at
dHooa Intariniiteat J'ffr, itttl ati piht iIih-
KAiiaratA'l by t to n'tin of ai nnwhorfiomo atmoa
thra nMn nn nmrWi" 1 fram. v
"""'m ko ioaij n otick.
Dr. H. CONK niij ba enaaulud aa Tollowa :
In XKNIA at tha liepnt Kaiinir Hnuae.nn 'I'hura.
daj Nor. 13, Den. IM, Ke. 1, HaraU a, Apri U.
In TIAVTON ftt the rhllllpa Unnae, on rrldnya
Nov. 24, 1 an. ', ret,., Mun-h II, April 13. .
In TROT at the Morria Uouae, on Helurdaya Nor.
S, Ilea. 30, rM. .1, March 111, April It. . , . '
In PRINnriKI,H at the Wlllla Ronaa, on Thurs
day, Nor. dan. t, rl.e, Mareh la, April 19,
I. 001 hna had ofHoaa In aai h of tha ab ore
planea, lhat he haa roMUlarlv viaited for the paat aev
en ynara.and aa ha tin ireate't and cured many Pa.
tieatv, in aei-b of te, atore plwiui, he can ira Ilia
beat of reference in eah nade, ax to lila hIciII.
Ilr.GONR Treato.and Oaraa, allrartetlea of (Jhmnin
dlfleaaea, Innlilflhift thoaa nf the Rve anil Kikr ; wioktM
no eharae for onnnltation ; lait if thoae who otmatill
him dea re treatment, ha cihargaa tlaah lor hia Mad.
MerliciUAa that will laata pailont fruin four to air
nioulha, dint from rivato Thirty dotlara, In Ounh.
Addraaal Or. B. OONK,
norl dly v'.'t i ' tl t Ooumara, Onto. '
HPSlINHIIINK I'OB tllat Sal). Art) J'Olt
low spirited, tremnlotig, Riibjeet U faintiieoH,
nttlicUxl with any local weakueas, or with
general debility, tonic thy system with
lilokrenc. Though hurniless aa wfttar It M
the nuwt potent tonic and regulator In the
world. l)eKt, 28l)eyBtM New York. Sold
by nil Prii;glHtH. v
If Mother, who wish Jo dud ft medicine
peculiarly adapted to the cure of humora
and eruptions In their children, will find a
aafu and sure one in Bcovlll'g Hlood and
Liver Simp, which la iwknowlodged to be
the best Blood Medicine known. 1'liysl
elans attest to this.
HJ" Standakki) IIomkoi-atiiic Mkuicinkh.
The agent of Humphrey's Homeopath
ic Sperliii lia teofWetl a very iinjioi-tanl
addition to bin list of lluuiihrey'a ShhII1c
Homeopathic Kfmedte In the alinie of
Sliecltlo No. HU whli h enredlptherln and
ulcerated noro throat. Thene Hpecltlcn have
obtained a whin celebrity among the medi
cal practitioners and are very largely used
by them, being prompt, eillolcnt, reliable
and convenient. , Au extended advertise
ment in another column given a Hat of the
ditferent npcclcs, the diseases which they
remedy, and the prices. Theeasca flr fami
ly uati are eniaiclally worthy of attention,
and also the new department of veteruary
sieclnc. The headiputrteraof Itnmphrey'a
Secltlc Homeopathic Uediclne (.lo, la at
Btsa Hrordway, Now York. 1
Iff jjH.Mo-rr'a ViMiicrAiii.i I.ivkji Vujm
are eomiwsed of cIiuiiiIcaI vegetnblo ex
tract, uioatly Irum planln growing In our
own country; aome of these plants have a
direct action on the liver, others upon the
skin, others on the kidneys, aiidothereUion
the bowels and lungs. It In by a tieeuliar
clicmUial combination of all these extract
that these l'illn are Hindu to kss the
jnostcxtraordlnnry etlleacy for curing dl-
eancn growing out of derangement of the
bowels, Mduoya, or liver, lu clonic iUa-
easea, or disennea of long standing, noli as
Liver Complaint, Dyspeala, Const imt Ion of
the Bowel, LrysiiielaB, Hcronda, Goiter,
Scald lb-ad, Barber' Itch, Sore Kyea, Pim
ples on the skin, and old xoren, the treat
ment w ith the I'llls should be continued for
a longer time than with lean stiillxiii ills-
cases. Tliean.lllU have become so much
of a favorite, Uiat It Is only Decennary for us
to say that they are for mile by all the prlncl
pal driigglate god dealer. In family lutall
atnna. --... .
THE DAILY EMPIRE.
Monday, - - - December 11,1865.
Kvery one thought ttuit the t'nlon Dcjiot
was iuyk eiintijrn nr nil uceesaary aepitin-
dnt Ions, hut they have lmllt it slljrht addi
tion to It In the n1iiim of a ni'W brick, with
ft nice substantial shite roof.
The bridges of Dayton over the ritual lire
both nil iittriu'tiiin inul convenience, ; No
city Ims more ' Hulistniit itil' or handsome
bridges than Dayton.
The boy ft of Oregon, played marbles on
the sidewalks nil clay yesterday, tho ordi
nance against tho opcuitir of saloons, to
tin1 contrary, notwithstanding.
Huston Hall Ih to bo adorned with a neat
little stnjre and a tlnu accommodation for a
lnrjre nudlenw. -
Fredericks, with his corjw dramatiqm han
jrone to Richmond, Intl., where they will
entertain the rurallsts of that village for a
week or two.
Folkn lioraabontH are repugnant to a Hint
day iitM'r. Tliey never think that all the
work on Monday' Journal In done on Sun
day, when everybody else la at church.
Jake L'H. lionjr, Htlll Harforiiin the liercu
llan t:vik of answering threfltliouannd ques
tionf and handling a thoiixand or two of
dollant In aiunll eliaiiffe ier day, ut the
l'miOfialH arc being received at the Audi-
torn olllee in thia city to build a new bridge
ovT the ('Hiial on Sixt h st reet. The bridge
in to bo of iron material.
Dr. It. Kluieiile.lil, lately returned from
n-u.. u.c ui iuii-
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cuw in jniwuuHDurf, . j ne jmhtof ih hki i i i i 11
lu bin profession
Dr. Dodge in still working miracles at
Clegg's Hall. Hlsopemtlonnaraierform(Kl
there free, every day, between the hoiii-s of
!) and 11 o'clock A.M. He has private
riHinis ut the l'bllllps House. " , '
The exlonsivo nnd well-known linn of
I Km Id Jit, Ci wholesale nnd retail hat deal
ers, of Cincinnati, has removed from
Main street, to the comer of Main tlnd
l'carl. Their furs are the fluent in the
'hcsacraineut of baptism wan solemnized
on yesterday Hftcrnoou, at a nliit on the
csimr. ix'iir Sixth sln'ef'.' Two ft'inalea' of
the (ierinan Methodist Church were the
prliiclpaln in the solemn ceremonies.
The employci-s of the Collier Cotton
Factory were each furnished with a fat
Thanksgiving turky ut the expense of the
proprietor T. A. 1'hilllps, Ksq. Thedona
tUni wan unsolicited.
Subscribers to the Southeastern Market
hoimo will pay attention to the1 uptine of
the Secretary In our advertising columns.
s A very ridiculous motto appears oil a
hotine near the Depot "The Soldlem friends,
nnd our employers too." Now that, the
soldiers have come home, we wonder if the
employers stand In good repute.
In noticing the removals from the old
city graveyard we 11 nd remaining "Win.
Young, Agt. American Trai t Society" who
was drowned nt Troy, In tho Miami Hiver,
March ir, ISiCt, while trying to ford the
rlvur at that phicty . . f ;
Viv noticed, on yesterday, a magnificent
new ear of the Atlantic & Great Western
Hal 1 road. The w indows are of a lieaiitlflil
bow shape and have a ventilating slide In
the center. Thin company are always pro
ducing some plcitsuut surprise for travellers
enHfIally u scarcity of accident.
The beer Saloons In Ort-gon were gener
ally closed ; but then you know any gentle
man hag a right to oflVr a visitor something
in the way of refreshments on a ettll,
whether It be Sunday "or any other man."
A singular fact is found In the representa
tion on a tombstone lit one of our 'ceme
teries that a native of Kngland, who had
lived here hut a short time, was a soldier
lu the American army for Ave years, during
tho revolution. He died in 1KM, aged
eighty-two, yearn. , , n , s, , .
The denizens of soulheant t regon are In
debted to N. Ti. Anil and I'lillllp Waltx for
tho energy displayed by tbeiu lu furthering
theJ InteresU of the eouUuuplated new
markeHiouao ou Hermau and Wayun.
liry jokers and early rlacra were put to
gi-eat liuonvenieiiee on yestertlay by the
uufliiniliar cloned doors of the siiloonn. It
wan ipillc disgusting,, and the regulation
needs reconstruction. "Our folks all think
We rA liappy Ho state thnt our frieufl,-
lorUr, tlio scenic artist of Turner's New
Opera House, has safely recovered from hia
late illness. He is hurrying tip tho com
pletion of the adornments nf our magnifi
cent Temple M Thespls and thinks hl.1 task
will lie eompletiHl in a few tlays.
There is sonic prospect of a new billiard
saloon. We don't know what better pros
pect a shover' of the cue" would want
than to carom on Williams, of Third street,
and Schieble's, under the 0s ra House.
' The place where the new market-house
is being built In Oregon, Is at a singular In
tersection., Six different, avenues lntcrecj
at this point. There Is Wayne, Blchanl,
Hermau, lsmgworth, and Mail River streets
am) Klliow Lane, that either eross, or ter
minate at one pdn', and tho new market
house Is to be placed lu Herman where It
strikes Wsjus street. .Tliere are," also, two
other streets dropping into Wayne near the
above point Venrl and Hickory. A mar
ketfdiouse will be a line liuttititUou la that
neighborhood. , , . , ,,t
INKLINGS. Old Time Reminiscenies.
On tho 27th of December, 1817, t meeting
was held at Col. David fold's tavirn for the
purpose of forming an Iiujio.'tiiig and
Kxiairthig Company." A "prritlot! was pii'
sented to the legislature for an net of in
corporation, and a committee appointed txi
frame nrtlcles of association for tho com
pany. It was contemplated to wilder the
MlmiA river navigabhi for vater craft from
Its mouth to thin place, and thenby all'ortl
the flicilltles for the company to carry out
! From tho 7th of March to April 1, ISIS,
the Miami River being on a high," 1,700
barrels of flour were shipped from this
port In! "Broad Horns,'' or flnV bottonrcd
iMiatx, for New Orleitns, besides any quail
t It y of w hisky, nnd other jiollons, such an
chickens, turkeys, Ae.
On the 1st of April, 1MHI, eight line
"broad hornn" left thin Hrt ou the bosom
of the foaming Miami, for New Orleans,
loaded with flour, whisky, and other no
tions. ' " ' "
May 13, 1UIII a large keel bout nrrived
from Cincinnati, loaded with twelve tons of
merchandise for H, G. Phillips nnd Smith
A Kaker, the principal merchants of Day
ton nt that time. The bout was seventy
feet in length.
Monday, December 0, 1HKI, the Ohio leg
islature, met nt Columbus for the first time.
Senutiir from Montgomery county, Daniel
!, Ooopcrj Representatives, Col. Uitirge
Newcom and George Grove.
.On the 24th of December, lSlft, a meeting
wan held at Col. David lteed's tavern to
take measures for building a toll bridge
over the Miami River. Joseph II. Crane
and Geo. S. Houston were apiMiinted to se
lect n site, and 11. G. Phillips, David
Lludsly, Duvid Hied, James Steele, Col.
Robert Patterson, Geo. S. Houston, nnd
William George were iipimlnlcd diiwtors.
The site selected was what is now the
middle bridge at the foot of Ilrldge- street.
It was built the following "year; builder
In the fall of 1817 an early frost so injured
the corn that not half a crop was gathered.
Ill consctiicncc, the price of corn advanced
from 25 ctn. to 'Xi, cts. iier bushel, a price
deemed out of all reason, and 'unheard of,
at that time. What would those unsophis
ticated )copl think if tliey roll Id splurgc
around" nnd learn the prices of produce at
the present time.
In December, 1H21, Col. George. Newcom
was apiKilntvd Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas pro. tcni. fltrMoritgomerycomi
ly, in the place of Keiijamln Van Clcvc,
deceased. Mr. Van Clcvc was nppoiuted
Clerk of the Court when the county was
organized. He was also the first Postmas
ter in Day ton. which part be tilled until
nit deal n.
At the next regular term of the Court of
Common Plena for this county, lu the
spring yf 1822, Mr Charms R. Ureeue was
ajHiluteu clerk, wlilch lie Held until tie
was murdered by Matthew Thompson.
JuneS, 1821, J. J. Morris advertised that
he had commenced the"ijia(" business. He
(uccceded admirably, having died some
Dn. DiiiuiK and tiik Sii'K. Kvcry
morning, from nine until eleven o'clock,
Clegg's Hall Is filled with Js'i-Hons of all
ages and sexes, to avail themselves of the
healing operations or DrDodgu," ami all
who need treatment, receive it five of
charge. Some wonderful cures have been
Mr. 11. Andrew s, a gentleman well known
in Dayton, had one side entirely paralyzed
eighteen months ago, and during thnt time
had not been able to walk without ernli hes.
After a few oia-ratlous, lie was able to walk
about the room without the use of cane or
Herman, nt tfin Oncra House ban everv
stylo of hat and cap to adorn the npier
DkJlW U Jl,b Mil, I
story, and Is dolug a
line. .'-Ji ili' .V.
a flue business in ins
Another remarkable cure in that of a
toil named Dillon, sixteen years old, also
residing in Dayton. . Ills right arm had
lof n parali.cd for months past, so that be
coq Id not raise It to his head or lift a Niund.
After being oa!rateil upon, he wan able to
lilt a "tailor's goose" nnd hold It out at
arms length. ' ' 1 ' "
The Dx tor's rooms at the Phillls House
are crowded every afternoon with rsons
anxious to consult him uud he relieved of
their numerous allmcnta. Thus far he has
been very successful, and has don, ludeil to
remain lu the city another week;
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Ai'i'i a Tkadk. During the mouths of
Octolier, November, and Deceinlier, H.H1H
barrels of apples were shipped from Tilllu,
Seneca county, amounting to flH,K'M. -
A i.irri.n loy named Kmor, fell Into the
canal yestenlay, near tho Warren street
bridge, nnd was with great dilllciilty res
cued from drowning.
Kniiinkkb Kh.ikd. A Mr. Ilarrett,
I'liglncor of Urn pAsnjiijccj! tiim which li:fl
Tolcilo for this place ou Tuesday morning,
Gth Inst, was Instantly killed, alxuit a mile
and a half from liclinore, near Toledo.
A tree bad blown down, and falling Uhiii a
wood pile at tin side of the track, broke.
and the liper part fell over toward the
track, leaving a llmh protruding, w hich
raked the side of the passing engine, tear
lul; out the side of the eah, tsarrytog tin
engineer back over the tender and crushing
hi in to death against the baggage enr. The
ihf eased r.ld,d at Iiiniu lunl leaves a will
anal live children. The wires were dow n,
so' that no Information of the sad casualty
eolild lie sent to them; and the first knowl
vifgouf Utelr tiirible losa'waii: when ' tlm
it0'Uss Ixxly of the husband and lather was
taken to their borne. '
Sa man-fshiicKlng ncclrtotiM liirvrtTifc
urred from horsi-s niniiing away, killing
some, mangling and wounding others, and
in most, cases, breaking costly carrlHgen,
and liurting tho horses. Tho Patent Safety
Bridle and Lines w 111 put an end to all such
needless aochlciitn. This Sanity Bridle la
highly recommended In all pnrts of tlv
United States where it has been Introduced
-t-by tut use of which any horse In the
world can be eontroled as far ns ktcklng
aiul running is concerned..
I I n order to prove the patentee's con fldenee
lie makes the si 'Hiding idler of one thousand
dollars to any ierson that will bring hint
horse that can not lie eontroled with his
Patent Safi-ty llrldlo and Lines. Any per
son having a runaway horse or kicking
horse, would do well to call on the tinder
signed la-fore sacrificing bis horse, having
tried a gooil many of the nlaive named and
never yet failed.
The price of an Individual right is only
three dollars. An ordinary bridle can
easily be Bltend Into a Safety Bridle. The
lilies only require to be made to order, and
these can be made by any saddler for a
trifle more than the ordinary lines. Hence,
unlike other patents, the right to use It is
sold. The right ean be had by A. Holfrlclt,
:KM Second street, or of the undersigned
Also Saddles, Harnesses Trunks Ac. For
further particulars, address J. R. Dcnllngcrt
Dayton, Ohio. ltd
A Dhak anii Di'un Glut.. The Trustees
of Miami Township in this county, adver
tise a deaf and dumb girl in to-dny's paper.
She wandered to Mlamlshilrg about the
middle of November, and came from, no
one knows where. She can neither read,
write, nor converse by signs, is about twenty
three years of age, short cut auburn hair,
gray eyes, of about medium size and has a
scar of a burn or scald ou the underside of
her right forearm. Pn'icrs throughout the
State will confer a favor by noticing this.
mil any one knowing any thing of her his
tory will please communicnte to thcTriisteei
Miami Township, Montgomery county.
Siiddkn Dkatii. We were greatly sur
prised to learn, yesterday morning, of the
sudden nnd uuexicct.ed death of Mr. Clark
Roseberry, of the tlrm of J. S. Roseborry &
('(., dry giHids merchants lu tills city. He
wan attacked with congestion of the brain
about noon oh Friday bust, and died oft Sat
urday evening at nine o'clock. Hd was a
most estimable gentleman, In the prime of
life, nad universally respected for his flue
social qualities. Ills remains were taken to
Ccldreville for interment, to-duy.
Wantkd Immkiiiatbi.v. Two strong
ible-bodicd men, to keep out the heavy
rush at 'Kline's Jewelry Store, No. 32!)
Third st roet. .,.... delldUt
Moitx TuiRViNa.We learn ' that our old
friend George W. MoChvlii, of Alexandera
vllle, was relievetl of some thirty or forty
lollars, on Saturday last. The enterprising
thief took advantage of Mr. Me Iain's tem
porary absence from his bar room, and
purloined the drawer of part of its con
tents. The deed w its evidently committed
in great baste, as other valuables were In
the drawer at tho time, and were within
the reach of the villain, who for the rea
sons above given failed to get them into his
possession. : r-
INKLINGS. Old Time Reminiscenies. R. R. & P. O. Time Table.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
! CINCINNATI. HAMILTON ANl IAVTN.
Oinnitinntl AwmMntlOD...M..M V:A in
.vr. m tcMLm tzurtuw i lvmin
li':ntiim CintMnti AcoommoiltidoD ftiKium
H:Uu p m Affomofffclma , i sn p m
4: H p m Ki urvm M. 1 : m
il-W'pm .iiv'ln null Mnil
f.i6 ft m ly-o AouanuuodavUua... 9:46 pin
t ATLANTIC AND OKKAT WKHTKRN.
iwim TaiKn. BXiroaVa....MH....a...u p m
' DAYTON AND MICHIGAN.
10:10 ft m OhtCftRO Mftlt
h-Mt p m nriuiHifu toil itoirou AipreitM...
HAYTON, XRNIA AND COMTMBim.
o:w p m man. w.a. :r' ft m
H .m N ght KxpreiM...... ... SWpm
INDIANA CKNTt AND DATTON AND WKHTBKN.
T:5l ft rm KuMmn KxprwtM.Mu,u p m
0:20 ft m ANnmiTHirllOft ...,... ft p Ut
8.; pni Day KxprHn . 1M m
BAN DUSKY. DAYTON AND CINCINNATI.
HUB a m 8Ei.fi in k y Mm I
1 40 f m
pm litVinlOIIUUkalt AOCtfttinMKIftUUB,
i r DAYTON AND UNION,
I ft m AmMAmorlftUo
l:Apn , KjlpraMHb.HM....H ...m..M.
6 0 p m
THivton AnrommoiitUiftn ftrrivM in OinAinnti at
9::uv Hoturniaa kMTraai tt:4r p m r4MMib.hu Davieu
KxurwwMt4.M at Middlatotrn ui) UpiHilton oolr,
Tho aoiuu KtvAt Itui 146 imin muiU iKouur
imir ui'K' in uiaffvffuiim iwHtrtt ttiKiM otx.
Th H:-9 train ooo-u at XuU HrilhU.a ViiUt'
turtfU KxpraMalaavinMOiuctHoaU aiT0 p m
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS J. L'H. LONG, Agent.
REMOVEDTO PEARL STREET
WM. DODD & CO.,
WHOLICrtAl.N DKAMt KB IN
HATS, CAPS. FURS AND STRAW GOODS,
Have removed IVom the old stand oil Main
street, to their new store, on the corner oj
I'l'aa aiul Pearl tlreMt. '
Of The RetfiU Vr 7vif will he be con
tinued as heretofore; and wo havo taken
espial iHtlns to make our Now Pur
Room au attractive pla to the Iadiea
They will find it pleasant, eoinuiwdintia, ami
well tilled with a choice atsM-k of Fura of
every deacHotlon. -i
j . ' W lllllalll I .MllaV ()., "
Coruer Vine uiid Ttiul Su. ,
I) It. .1 ) II N lll'li 1,'S
Compound Cedron Bitters.
Latest and Most Important lllsr&Tcry
NINETEENTH CENTURY !
O MAN'S NAMK IH MOHR INTIMA1KI V
ftennarted Wllhlha history nl MATKItIA MKIl.
UA Of thel'nltad HUlea. or uiere larorablr known aa
apionerin Medical lliacorerr, lean thatof
.. I .l i I'll.!
Job u Hull, of IjOtilavllto, Kentucky.
Sislnlmitahle rmnaratlon aiatHllt PAHII.Li
haalnna atoo.1 at the head of the ranoua oom pound
or tnai raiuaoie arug.
niS COMPOUND OK WILD CIIKRKY
HAS HKCOMK A HoUSKHoLD
WORD THROUGHOUT TIIK
' WKST ANI SOUTH. HIS
WORM LOZKNGKKH. IN
LKSSTIIAN A YKAR
A K'l'Klt THI'.IH INTRO
i DUCTION A'lTAINKD A
REPUTATION AS WIDE
SPRKAII AS THE CONTINENT
OF . N O K T 11 . AMERICA.
Btitthsorowninjt clorrnf hia life remains li be at.
tamed in hia dtaeoverj, or rather oomlsnatinn, 'or hr
does not olaim to have leen thedtatort rtr ol ilanaoa.
liliui la l he lavua ol the Hillra now ellereil to th
publto. That honor belonirale the native lulittlnlaljtM
of tlentral Amertea, to whom ila vtrtttM hare beau
known Tor more tlian two hnndreit yearn Armed
with lube Indian bhla dxnanoe to the moat deadly
malaria, and haudlea, without fear, the most venom
ous serpents. It la a belief with ihein, that while
thnie la hrealk In the beilr. I ha tledrnn la polanl to
alien, nomaller what the disease may te.
While Dr. Hit I ha not prepared to endorse this ei
trarasant pretenaion.ho la nerertheleaaaallshed from
a thorough examination of the evldenne relating to
ita virtues, th daa a remedy and preventative for all
diaeaaea ariaitiff from exposure, either to ohaiuteo
weather or utiinate, or to raiaamatia lnduenoaa,t
WITHOUT A RIVAL !
And luatlvdeaervea the reputation It baa so lone an.
joyediu Ueotral A inenoa and tbe Weal ladiea.
Anil itaatetdaal tramof ayni,toma, Italia mora litre
A OltAKM than a medicine. 9 hare la nMhinf la lit
whole range of Mateata Mfdt s lhat ean ftr a moment
bear a ' oiiianeoo witltlt in thia dlaeasa.
A full account ol this won.larlul plant may be found
tn the elevenUi edition of lha United Htatea Piapi na.
atnry, nas" l:,M' and I.HNS.
A aeries of experiment. In which Dr. rluM haa heen
for yeara enKage.!. has juat lMn brought toa euoeese.
lul lerininaot u, anu ne la now enaoiau mnuer 10 ,ne
puBlieanontlitnaliuno1 tKIIKON wilh other approved
tonioa. tha whole ereaerved in the tiest uualilv of
aotH,r distilled MourlMiii Whisky, which he la ornri.
denl has no e,pial in the w.irld.
Ue misnituruisn a vuiiinie ol eernnnalea, out the
public have Iouk elnne learned toentimale aiudl thiUK.
bv their trite value. Tho aafeat elan ia. for everr one
to teatfor hiniNelfiria rirtuea of anew medicine.
O I V K TUB
One Trial ud You Will AVrnr Vtn
. . Any Other.
Itia not neeaaaarv to nuhlt.h a lona liatof di.nju.na
lor which the CkHKON UI'II'KKH ara a apodOu. in
all diaoasea of tha
HOW KLS, I.I V KR, OK K I ON KYS,
IN ALL AUKl'llOOS or
It it U it, I tt'iivtul i H(t UfHtn 7 tvnvi ((.
1H4'Hf of IMf nfMHimn or i.vfar.ria, .
in ilotit, liliru iihiUmiii, and
JV rurtilgin . anil i ft
FKVER ASH AUVK.
lliariaaUaedloanieaiKaa all other remedies. Ilea
ouly curea theae dlaeaMea, hut It preventa them. A
wlua siaaa 01 ine niwers, laaen aifnour oeiore mwrn
niual.will ohriate the ill etwtaof the moat unhealthy
climate, and aereeu the v .on lalcina: it a(aiae!dia.
aaee under lha moat lryt..l expoaura.
tOU BY PRtHiOISTU UKOOKRI.UKMKaALLT
I1B. JOHN BULL,
Urinal aal OMea, Fifth atreel, Loniarttla, y.
Sold II holriHtle and liitail by
,1. H. V
WHOLMALK AMI MKTAIL UKtltlUlST,
111 SaeaadBireel, Dayton, Uhl.
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I Vy ; Slitlth'l Toulo NjT'iP-
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WASHINGTON, December 9.
Slncethe th.inkglvlngrece(iof' t'ongrcss
Wiishliigtou has heen strangely quick In
the polit ieiil circles particularly, there haa
Is'cn a tlcarth of sensations; Kew of thei
llitlclans rcutaineil here for thanksgiving,
tnid even those fbw are undccltled as tti
hat turn events may take w Ithln the next
four weeks. ' .. .
! The rreshlent's Mosiigu has bsnlhei
IVom the liorlzoii every KjKs'k of tUrcIgn
wars. ' .
The report Of the Sovrctary of the Treas
ury has allayed all apprehension of finan
cial troubles. Tliere Is nothing left, now
except the all-nhsorlilng qucftlon of reron
strttclhiii. 'After several tlays of anxious
consultation on this subject,' the Republi
can Senators are understood to have con
cluded Unit they can not afford to take the
radical chute too far. They have conse
iitientlv determined to irlve the iro-bv to
Thud. Stevens' programme, and to adopt
one a little more consistent with the views
et pressed by President .lolinsoii,
Hoin ucgroMullrngo anil lorrtlorlal jurls
llction over the Instirrectlonarv State's w ill
he abandoned, but. iK'rfcct protection ami
equality, with white men lu the courts for
I ue ireciiuicn of llie Mouili, autt some essen
tial moiiiueiiiiou oi tue rauo 01 representa
tion will Is' required as the yun turn of
tlio recognition of the Southern Slates by
Congress. Tho ratio of representation f.s
refill nled as the most linHirlant feature to
he regarded lii the reconstruction,, mid the
Ki'puiillcans Intend that it shall be fixed
ilium a basis of the number of actual voters.
so as to limit the rcprcMMtlcd class lu the
1 1 1 ii in iiiose lo isfioiU' s cvl'iliiicn tne
right of snlViiige. .
Tills will considerably ilitnliilsb the num
ber of Congressmen aeeonled to the South
ern Hlutes under the Inst iipHiinlmcut in
refen'iice to the sull'i'sirc oni'sliiin in this
A conservative member of the House
proposes au amendment lo Sumner's bill.
so that, in addition o a Jury comMsed half
ii negroes to try the esse or a IiIiick man, u
lull I also be rei'iulred that the bulge shall
he a mulatto, -
Most of the Southern members who were
hi ire to claim their seats have returned
home, convinced that It will be itself ex
pense for tliem to prosecute their claims tor
the present session. No doubt, however,
is entertained but that the Tennessee mem
bers will be sH'etlily admitted. This will
bo followed soon by the admittance of the
members from Arkansas. The rest of the
Southern States will be kept out In the cold
until the conclusion of the debute ou reconstruction.
WASHINGTON, December 9. Real Estate.
KKAL. KHTATK AOKNT,
NO HTM KAKTagpl OltNKIl OK Til IK 1 AND MAIN
STItKKTn, DAYTON OHIO.
HAM TH roidU'WIftl) pi KCKB OK PHOVkUTV
tUl ami iraciion r.n of Inntl. all ImUom. lur lh
Valley I'ikn, in Mat! H r lownatup, two iuil
aorih r-Ml or l-aytoii price $117 pfra.-r.
nwain vkv hi in hb inn ;t)iritfi ami line in nut
Air Una t ul Knnl, nxty miiaa from HkilmMknd,
IndiHiia pnt. $t,li.
IS.U Acn 0 or Uiitl in Hariimm lowiwt'ip, wMl im
uroratl and ufni tMittiuuwnrf. Sino nr aL-rp
four miWtn from lytoa.
KU AiM o.' UuiU, in WafhiOKtoa' trmnxhip. wII
hn pro vim I and (-plaiidid UtiJilinKpiitr, SIM per aor
ilui iiinvi iiuiii I'riytoa.
lot i AcrvM of Imi 1 in Wanhlnirton Inwimhm. t.anH
rt rut rain, mndniwa ititpiH vrnifnin Un miwa from
pa) umi, i iiaa au i nr. wi prion, ftt.t fver arrp.
00 Aora ,n Umi m Afml Itivnr towro-lno oni mils
frm luvion 10 lontioa .UiililtnuM inoiltrait
pnea 9wo iwr mw,
7 Annti oi lain) in Mail Utvel1 tna oxhip, FilUn or
Twrnly Thounnntl loMiirH "worth n. m.irovinenla.
A aplvmliii Im'jiUoi. ovfriukntK tho uitjr, HoltS
rotiialil oih' nii.o lrini laLoti.
17a Ai'r-a of taint in WwhioL'ton it wiimIiIo. ae-vfti
itiiki from li.jrion, n arihi I'lki-, nntler a hieh
of oiiltivHt un, kimhI linlinp!a rii'f. Ho por wrt
l Arrnaol land tint, iiualiiy, tn Vitn tii-rno town
hiiiawr d nroliHffimi l'ayiou. uimu ttia TijioiittMNl
tin itlint'H : rit-a, !) ftt (furftoio,
ita; Art or innti in MiiHon townmhip, hixitlinKs
tiooai, land pood ltn H,-nm atxtit niifu from Day
totiiixM', ko pr aore,
l(Vt Aci'pm ol land tit lay towntthip, foiirlu milts
fr.itn Dayton. nr line of Kail .load, unii i-au ly mi
lirovo.t--pr.ot, t-p r aira.
14 Ao'va of land in HarriMoa ((twnnliiu. four milioa 1
front imvtou, impfoviinoui OMMioraif, laud Kd
prita, t(o h racnv
a AtTtw ol tatol in iVrrjr township, pmd l.rh-k
hoiiHfa, nnd nltwr iiiiprovfinriid modiTuulv giiod -
lonrun mnaironi tayua, Hiti inM frtm the
riki' prio-, ft.ooo, m i4innla.
IM Arreg ol lain) in Hi.jjwr V.rtvk U.anaih-ji,
.rHiii ruiiatv iiitlti inilrrt Ituni Iavion.iifar 1'iW..
Inn inipntVfiniaU, kwhI land, iau laiividtfd t 1 1 ,
16 par ncr.
wi Aoa oi la'tu in mati KirariowrMtiip 4wo miiaa
from liaylMn oq la Pik., no lanldliiK-i, land atpoond
toiloin prtco, $iiti p r ar.
un Acraaof land lour iiiiin from .'avion, on tha
Itftfton and Kaloa Pi bp, wood imiiiiitiiianb'Mtii4.
LOO par acra.
l;tA and H, or two far ma ia Madiwon tn-hiiv
MlKQimdna from Ifaylon, ona iit.l (mm tha Pi ha,
nrnt tualily ot land buwm Haw Mill IwU apMi aua ,
in IhtiiMHihlv ft.r making Hf.rKiitn MkInhiu k, othar
imiu-oftotiiaii'M iiotMl. Una Hprw. nad Uri'liard prit'a,
lor (ha whola tract 91 M par arra.
im A err ol lirMM-lai IhimI in Wanhioiilno town
Hhit trn nnlaafoiii Uayluo, Pika all tha aa . tjilti.
iitfii mtuiiig kuuo, Hiwd un'iwru prioa. 911MI pr
141 Aaraa of laad in Wabinutoa towiithiit-anrtm 1
inilva (Wui.liaytoBt aoar U Tika, flno drawpad aiona
ttwnliinia'. onrii and oJlr irnnriamtantM. muui rin
HpriDK t'niliard, half of liiia farm la in lila, k laaud
kvtvn of iiwnor laud in Harriaon town tin p
tliara and a hll milaa fWtn Barton, ou lha Pika,
f(ood Houaa, Ntat'la and Toto ghwl, ttk liKntioo
pri a, f lU pf arn,
Ih Afraaof tuad in Parry townh.p foariMMi mtiaa
from laion, thrva mtlaa from tha pika, linnk Paru,
rlru'k llouaa. Thia la rm muat aall roon. boineUxly
In atldit ou lo tha a bofn I tiara aavaral amafftranta
ti land uMtr lMyUtu,andanuii)tMrof tar toe in oiiw
oountiM. Iliiwor ftiuria Imttana. Hounaaajhl Iota
alltarity. nim rm'ttiit Uia. Two nc pitn'aa af
iri)irif in Paiaiain, naar whara Uia naw Nndtf
trroMaa lha Miami, will ha aol-l cheap
au (KiritMu in my mi tnmi i pmmpiiy aifnaal
Uwt. Fair opaaileaima and nahnCht'tHm auarjitpd.
(lad on JAM KM k KLLlf, K K. A.
1 LENTZ& APPLECATE.
It K A Ii KHTATK AOKNTH
j (oivaiTa TawH QlOi-v,
L Maaara. Itarta A Oo wiih mavhmary, and aort
A farto 11 aoraa I tnila north of Rrown'a aUttoa oa
Waatarw K. H., ou Twin Croak, wall tronrovad
A hntk honaa,nor nf Brown nad Ann Su.
A iiota irairva dum on Ha atrwtt;
A dMiMa frttota bUM on Walnut atraai
AdaoUa frama huaa an PtAh ird ;
A aunt u(6wjM,)iVi ttiita Iroin lMytoa '
A tarru of 14 auraa, I tuiUm from I arto (
A atrm of Mi arre on ti rtMaiirdla R. k 1
A farm of Ittt aorai cwnr amanUwB
A uruk houaa oa K.1U1 atraai, Mu. 1
4 tartn 0 7aurat, wall tuiTOfatl, Hae l.rtok;hat
nad tmat Twia boWuto land ; mil. wal 4 Ur
A taim at u mormm food I m pro va mania at Hrown'a
Htiua oa Watwi U. U.
A woll niprovrxi Urm af lao anraa, Iwa milaa aaat at
Hnnom, 01 WatOara railroad.
A fuad hauaa and larva lot m Mata atraai. No IM.
A iarm of Uaora tWiwuatowo p4ka, A nuiaa from
TwuamaillWma,wall laaprorad al)oin.nii Libarty,
T miiaa from liayuw, ol St. nnd ia nuraa aa.'h.
A autnoar of hoiwNta and lota ia duawwiU paxia ol lha
)p . . . . f v, ULWl i A Xpplioat. e, jl a. s