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Thursday BTntn, Fab 33,1860. LTiUedina Metier aa Urmtf PK..cl tmJ?ot Loeali, Tl(tri.h, and oth matter ef Interest aad Infornatioa, im Kirit tad fourth Pace. About "Color." Th Republic Supreme Court of Ohio deoidod, fw day tinea, thai a nan dar ing Bora whit than negro blood io hit e!os U errWfe-raan! Tha ohildren of rau. , tliorarora, m lib regarded wkilt I ' 'l hy are to ba antitlad under this Black Republlon daoialon, to tha right of voting, tha right to (end thair children to white aohoole, and all othai privileges aod fraoohii te pertaining to aitiiaoal Uow doea this tep auit oar neighbor on Main atraat, and bia wing of tha Kepublioaa party T It ia no doubt highly agreeable to Senator Chase, wbo haa been contending all bia life for ne gro equality. Will aot tbia deoiaion bare noat etgrteat bit and beneficial influence on Iba popula. tion of Ohio, uniting aa it moat emphatically doea, negro immigration and enoournging their amalgamation with tha wbiteeT And what a worthy and promising progeny, too, tbia policy propoeee to favor the wretched and unfortunate ieaue of white womon by mulatto men, or of mulatto women by white men I Tbia deleotable deciaion wat pronounoed a the unanimoua opinion of the Court by Judge Gbolaon, tha euoeeaaor of that able and incorruptible jurist, Judge Swan, No doubt tha Weetern Keeerve abolitioniata will aend dotrn Judge 8pauldiog with a let ter of congratulation to him. But aeriooaly what miserable perrereion of judgment it ia to regard a quadroon aa a white man. Tba term vhile, aa applied to a raoe oi man, baa aa distinctive a tignifloa tion aa tba term "thorough bred," applied to horses. It carries ita own meaning with it. It don't mean t predominance of white other, wiae yellow, blue, gray, are all while. It ia a total, palpable jumbling of terms an in excusable ooafueioa of definitions a eon tradiotion ao groai and apparent, aa only to ba imperoeptible to a yurion bleared by a prurient philo-negro-anthropy. If the apirit of tbia deoiaion ia followed up by tha Republican party in Ohio, it will not be many yoars before we will be alllioted with one of the moat unfortunate and die gusting curses that can be imposed upon any white community. We will have the expelled free negroea from the alava states pouring in npon us, and will have to provide alma housea for them, or aubsist thorn by private charity. Ohio, instead of Canada, will be regarded by these unfortunate and miserable people aa their haven of rest and political freedom, where the privileges of citizenship are held out to them aa a pre mium upon amalgamation, and it will not be long before a reaction of publio senti. ment will take plaoa againat tbem to over whelm them with new calamities. How long will it take men to learn the simple lesson that nature ia constantly teaching that the violation of her laws in evitably results in disaster and suffering. "Sentinel." The Journal thinka we have a "spiteful feeling" against Ed. Parrott, beoause of our artiole of yesterday; aaya we garbled, io., We paae by the "g&rbliDg" charge. Like the man in the fable, we consider the aource. And by the way, we never judged from the Journal's praotioe that it had the aligbteet objection to "garbling.'' That ueed to be the Journal's favorite pastime. Aa regards Mr. Parrott, we only said of him what tha State Journal sail. The State Journal ia the "oentral organ'1 of hia party, and ia entitled to bearing. We don't wage war npon the weak and defenceless, and therefore let Mr. Parrott elide. But the Journal ought to know better than to be publishing letters irom Columbus puffing that gentleman, when the letters eome from ao unqueationable a aource, And then the Journal ought to ba ashamed to shock the nice aenaibilitiea of ita tender readers by talking of "eructation." Fye on you I Don't forget yourself, again, Legislative Items. In the Senate, Wednesday, 22nd, the fol lowing billa were paaaed : Relating to oitiea of the first claaa having a population ezoeed, ing 80,000 inhabitant; supplemental to an aot entitled "an act to establish a code of oivil prooedure,'' amending section 313, to amend aeotion 21 of an aot entitled "an aot to further provide for tha better regulation of the reoeipt, disburaement and aafe keep, ing of the publio revenue," passed April 12, 1858; to amend aeotion two of an aot enti tled "an aot preserving the duties of oounty Treasurers," passed Jfaroh 12, 1831. A bill wss introduced and read tha first time, to amend the 19th aeotion of the aot preeoribiug tha duties of County Treasurers, paeaed Maroh 12, 1831. In the Ilouse, a communication from the School Commissioner, giving information in relation to the purobaae of books for tbe school libraries, was received and ordered to be printed. aW.The "Ptople'a Party" dodge in Penn sylvania seems to bare run ita oourae. We make the following extraot from an article in the Philadelphia Evening Journal, (op position) relative to tbe Lancaster, Pa. election : Mr. Sanderson, tha Democratic candidate for Mayor, was elected by 189 majority, abowing an opposition loss of S1W votes since the oonteet of last Ootober. It is evi dent that the conservatives who have hith erto formed the bulk of the "Poople'e Par ty," are tired of being politically united with the "Kepublioaus, and used for tbe advancement of Kepuplloan demagogues. JaiefSoma of the Uepubliaaa papers pro test against the ukase issued by tbe Ohio State Journal, directing that none but Chase delegates muss be returned from tha several oongeeeeional dietriots io this Bute, to the Chicago convention, It is a pretty time for tbe papers referred to, now to begin to bold back in their harness. They lent all their influence last fall te give Mr. Chase bis present position, notwithstanding we warned tbem of the consequences, and we now tell tbem, nnleas tbey go in and obey tha commands of tbe Journal, they will at onoe be thrust aside and called "nominal Republicans." Oberlia baa tbe command of tbe oiganisatioa, and woe be to those wbo do not obey. Statesman. MrTbey hasa got a new plan io opera tion "Pown East,' for tba demolition of bad bugs. It ia don by stasia. Una wheel oatohea then by th nosa another draws their teeth while a neat little) piston rod puncbsa three) gjsins of rsnia down their tbroMnv An Ovraini Ui-o aw Awi:ki'.m C!tizr lit Crj The Havana eorroptndnnt of the N. York Herald time write under duto of the 8th Inet The Consul General of the V. R hod l- manded for promotion oft cltitwi nf iba IT, H. hut week. '. Mr resident nf Surim la Gtand, was called npon, as a sul jeot of Hpain to perfoMi military sorties to give bonds for a substitute, or to pity fs'i, or thereabouts, or in default to go to prison. This gentleman paid the money under pro test. He was l.nrn in Hpain, and emigrated to the United Htafe with hie father at nine years of age, and beuani a naturalised s.U- ten of the United riutee. As a citizen of the United States he came to Cuba on bini. ness with a passport aaaeitiz'n nt the Union. Hecau-e ho waa a citir. 'n nf the I States, be was compelled to take nut letters of domicile, for the purpose of residing bore temporarily Id cnmlnot find rmrmi'.o bii. affairs. Mr. Holm differed frum the views nt Mr. W .tutor as tn the letter tlmt it was not a voluntary act, but forced and requir ed for the reason of foreign alleciunoo. A f ter hie argument to show that tins gentle man could not owe military service, nl though alligianoe to the laws of the land ry service. Iso answer has yet been given to thie letter, but there is no doubt as tn the result. Names will bo giren and further particulars as soon as Itio cuts is termina ted. was undoubted as long as he might choose io resiae in uuua, ne requesten tnat tne money pnid should be refundd, and the person b. released from nil claim for milita. The Hon, Thos Corwin is still em. p?Ojed in rftfiwmg that nix bourn' upeooh of Lis, on the political history of the country, tho impending onsn and tlio irrepressible conflict. It will, probably, bo publinhoil, if he continues hie assiduous labore upon it, in eeasoo for the Presidential campaign of 1SG4. Cin. Commercial. BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers. The Original Mepk-ink Krt a bi.i rh f. d in 1RA7 and Itntartlcle of ttie klndeveriiitriKltiiTd umlfr the name ot "Pt'LMOKit: WAi r-M," In this or any other emiutryt all otliwr fuliuoulc Waters are oounterl'lts. The arnulne can lie knuu 11 ty tlie Dame BRYAN being stumped on each WAKhu. BKYAN'S PHLMUNIU WAFKRti Relieve Coughs, Colds. Hoar Thrott, Hoarseness. HKYA.N'S HllliMONIO WAt'KRH Relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, nlrhcult Ureathlng. 11KVAN d l'l' I.MONIU W AFKKS taelleve Spitting of Blood, Pains In the Chest. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAKKK3 Relieve Inelplent Consumption, Lung diseases. BRYAN H PULMONIC WAI'URS Relieve irritation of the Uvula and Tonsils. BRYAN'S 1'UL.MONIO WAKKKS Relieve the above Coaiplatnts tn Ton Minutes. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAl'fcRS re a blessing tn all Classes and Constitutions. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAKKRS Are adapted to Vocalists and Puhltc Speakers. B It Y A 3 8 PULMONIC WAt'EKs Are In a simple for and pliasant to the t.iste. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAPKK3 Not only relieve, but ettVct rapid and lastin ' Cures. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAIKRS Are warranted to give satisfaction to every one. No Family should ho without a box of Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers in Tim tioiisa. No Traveler ebonld bo without a supply of xiryan a rnimonio waiora IM Hie POCKET. No person will ever object to give Bryan's Pulmonlo Wafers TWKMTV-I'IVE CENTS. JOB MOSK8, Sole Proprietor, Rochester, N.Y. soldhy W. W. N TK WART, inyie Dayton, ilhin. Toilet Articles for (he Million. Hair lti'storative A Iiiv.KoriKor, A SURE nnd permanont our for Huld dc, and for removing all KcurC, Drxntlrtitt", Sorofuloua KrupUomand Keveriih Her.t i rum Bottl, and tir restorinjt tirematureiy onav hnlr to ita original 00 lor. Ttiii preparAtlon coutaiui no Inju rlouM matter, producing It wontleriul eiivctn by Inviieoratliig and rcwtuniig per I cot hcitltn to the oalp, and the glands which form the hair. It is uut up tn bottlM holding the same quantity as wood's and Mrs. Alleu's Hair Kestorers, iu all re spects equally aa good, and at one-third to one-hall the cost. Price 50 cts. For sale only by UK. W. W. STKWART, feb? Druggist, No. rJ'i Main street. Liquid lluir Uy ' FOH dyeing the Hair a Blnnk or Hrown, Instantly,' without staining the skin. War ranted luly ts gvMl as Bachelor's Critftatlnro'a, put up in same size boxes, and At one-ha-f the cot. frioeoOcU. To be had oulv at the Uruif m.piu ol W. W. SThWAHl', feW No. tii am St. lcrluiuei una Hand kcrthiiT PUT up in beautiful gilt ljottlon 0f th same quantity, and superior fn quality to either Lubln's, Wright Uieu's or BaileyS, nud sold at one-third the cost. Price No. 1, -20 cts No. 3.30 cts. Forsaleby W. W.STKWAHT, febl Druggist, No.0 ilato street. Toilet and Shaving Soup. XN every variety of color, form and style, and ranging In price from 6 to 26 cts. rorsale uy W. W. STKWART, feb7-daw No. W Main st THE above choice articles are gotten up with special reference to the present stringenc In the money market. A fair trial will convince the most skeptical that the quality of the goods is as represented, and the very low II urea at which they are ottered, places them within the reach ot all. To be had ouly at the Drug store of Dr. W. W. S I K WART, feb7-diw No. Hi Main st., Dayton, O. THE Board of School KxAtniners of Montgom ery county, Ohio, at their regular meeting on FebruAiy 4th, IU40, Resolved to meet the llrt Snt uruay of each month in the South-West School House in Dayton, at 0 o'clock A. ft!., and admit no applicant alter 10 o'eiock A. M. By onleroi the Board. C. B. HAHIMAN, febft-dAwIm NOTICE. IIIAVB this day been appointed asnipnee of all the Real and personal property of John R. Cnblenti of tbe elty of Dayton, Montgomery oouuiy, mate 01 unio. aii persons nsviiiK ciuimn against him will present them to me within the tlisistMnislrail her laur All iivranns ln.lhlu.l tit lil.n janW-emr G. P. THRUSTON, Ittorncf at Isfitr, learOFFICE ON MAIN 8T.,"tol K18T SIDE, NIAB SECOND. INotast Public febT-d&w3m SEND YOUR LIKENESS TO YOUK FRIENDS. EUHT for one dollar, on letter sheots, at the Art Gallery, and Picture Frame Manufac tory, Third street, east of the Potoltke. lebai-Gwd. . T. W. CiUDLAND. MUUllctown Hams. TUE FIRST OK THE BE N I JUST received, the firat lot of those extra, and histlv noted Mlddletown Hftmnimi uriti continue to receive them during the season, Thev are nice and no mis tana. Call and try them I. IV. litHMAMT. feb4 No. Sa.Jeilersjn.lt. CITY DYE HOUSE. No, 292, cor. of Fifth and StoneStreeti. THIS 18 ONE OP TII E OLDEST AXD mo.trellalle houses In the West. Particular attention will be gtv.u toilyelnf CKAl'E SIItlVLS, Searlet .Crimson, Salmon anil all other fancy colors Crel.,Brocli,auJ iiriuteu Shawls cleanea to orilur Colored Carpet Warp, Or all colors at lt Constantly on hana, lor, sale, wholesale or retail at the old stand, the bye House. IXUaiB c BINOLB COVEHLBT8 auUe to order for customers. And all Kinds of a uk ej u r i e I a , manufaeturedla the shortest oosslhl. tlma ta.u eusUimers. AgoodshHia of Cariielsconstently aeut un hand and lor sale at low hates. " paw lor vood o.rpct rafs, or caruet r ags t a xenlueachangefuruarjiet. I am ve j -1 h an aful to th public for their generous Eatronag Oianare.peetfullysoliclt a continuance ol a same. aprao-lwdJilvw) WM.rUHNKK HAY. TIMOTHY HAY BY THE BALE! AT LOW nauHESI 0 THIRD STREET, MIAR BT, C14IRBT. aorw-itdSatl i j ' j t COUNTY, IND. , I u i. is a verv enniee piece ni inna, anu in ' me of the nes't eountlesln the state. i f.,u;p,KMv0naZMVBtrr.','r0,,,d 'TT REAL .liSWTATi": GKNKlt Ali AGENT. J WM.T.buT and sell slulc 01 all kln'te, on Commission Ileal' nnmU, fmt Warrants, I Nnl... Mirt...i aa i m.lf. .nllMtlnn. anil nMa. tl.te loans. Will Incatp l.amt warrants, lni-ir4 iiroperty at reetnimlile rates tn tnotl rt.ptnille l;om (mules, anil Co a frrnraal agenc) anileotnoiUstim bltlttnf m, Ni rrharre unlet sate Is rnaile. Otlloe with T. J. 0. Smith. Eaq., t.'lettir'i ntitl'llitir, llilnlttreet. For Itcnt. I" WKI.1,1 ( IKH'SE of 8 rooms, in the w.stern part or tlili city will, cistern, shrub- twrt.Ao. Intuitu of i frM ' Tnirdatr.it. '" r-nn BritT I , HJfl ntNT I i it CONVKMKNT IrVVKLMNQ HOUSE, and In a nl'avantnfltfhborhood on West Seooad ire(. iniiuirc ol . E. CLARKK, nf, Ttitnl street."! Jnnta Cleirir's BillMli TO THADK! 200 ACRES Firan LANDIN LAPORTB t HAS. k. CI.ARKK. janl t'lepit's llullnlits.llilld strtrt. Foil EXi'HANGE! AN excellrnt Kurrn In I.nwrenre e u.ity, Illlnol, will r rxch-tnred for VHy Propfrty. It Ilea one mile fi uta KaniroftO ntntlnn, (O, M. H. H.l h At.tit I o rV-ren untie r cttltl vntton. d'oofl Dwelllnn H'Htue of n pmir.i. AIo, thrv other imnll itweli- totTiitui ilia- 'rt-n)le llstro Knilotfier out-bullttini:, Tnn.ioili'rctlntatKJutwhutthetmitrovementtooit. I llo010 cwXm .i. i - - - x or uaie uneap. 'IllIC Uoaidenue ol U. Anson More, on Second street, near Perry, Is ottered at a bar- I gain, If application Is made soon. j This 11 one of ttie most desirable places la the 1 city. 1 lie noil's is large, anu lurulsnea wiln every I oouvenleu e. Inquire ul L n Aa, K. I'LAHKK Heal Estate Agent, novae Clegg's umiuing,'idst 21 Dollars an Acre! ITOlt a good l'ariu in Darke Countv, 6 miles A- north eastot Uutoll city. 79 acres tinder good cultivation, balance good timber) rich black soli. Frante home ol tt rMiita handsomely situated, and sui ruunOt'il t'jr a locust rove, goitl liaoie barn, corn ci lti,st.illia, 4111I other out bulMlngs. iiood bearing Orcliaril Willi all Kinds of Irult. lilts Is a great bargain. I II A hi US K. CLARKI, augva. Real Kstnte Agent, Clegg's llulldlug. Land, Land. IWOl'IJ) call attuntion to Land now of feredto nxcriaurt (ur City Property or GochIs, locMeJ fulicwi t CHlU Miflly, Hom, Allen, TV fit nee, Ilnry, Kultun, 1'nrke And WlllUajCouut., INDIANA )tii!idlph, Wfin,W at.(h,Ktrk. Jatprf PulAiklkiiU Lak Couattci. ILLINOIS Lawrtnce, Kicl.lantl, Crawford ' and Jit per Counttei. MISSOURI r'hHriuD.Wshii((ton,Madiioii Kipley, Reynoldi, Oregon and hhftiiiiun Counttca. IOWA Scott. Buchaiittti, Itooue, Cedsr nd Vnn Burn Counties. MINNEbOTA Uultntn, Hnmfwy, Rice, Scott and MoLod Counties. The above nre choiut- Umln,iid wUl beekchanged on the nioitdcBirftbit'terniion nppllcntion to CIIAil. A. I LAKhH, Jye Clem's llulldlns. Third street. FOR SALE CHEAP. . Ae'liKrf, 00 tho Kiver lioad, Dear the tJ Cincinnati H. K., l'i miles from the oltyi small frame hutine and stal,e, ohrloe fruit Tines, do. A very desirable lilace lor a Garden Lot. ( HAS. K. CLAHKR, auRS Third street. j A mTwaIHiX N TS liOL'UUT & SOLI) -Li at Cincinnati quotations, or located in Iowa, Kansas, ubiasiia,or Missouri, by CHAD. B. CLARKK, mhH Thlrdstreet. ARE YOUJiNSURED! I AM JictiJy to take rinks for subatantial aoraimnies, in the city and country on favorale term. I reiieMtut the loliowlng cuuipauies, and can l urnlsh ample refrunous here as to the reliabili ty ol cither: MERCHANTS' Insurance Company, OF 1IAKTKOKD, CON N. Capital, $200,000. Alanluittan Fire Ins. Co, (INCORPORATED 1821.) on i i., mo. an, umi tu, im.y. CASH CAPITAL, CAUU BURPIiUB, $250,000, 9123,000. Irving Fire Insurance Co. (IHGORPORATTSD 1861.) OITH K, No. tt, Wull mrvct, If. Y. DASH CAPITAL, $200,000. CHAS. K. CLARKE, Agent, Clegg's Building, id st. aug22 REMOVAL! VM. VALKER'S "Star Clothing Store" HAS UURK RKMOVKD TO NO. 301 THIRD STREET, Four lioors west of Beckel'N Bank DAYTON, OHIO, WIIKUE UK IS FULLY PREPARED to supply the wants of his customers and the public viMiornlly. He has on hand a large stock ol Hi'rvly-tnailc Clothing ntl Uents1 KurnlshinK Goods, co m j-rising every style anil varelty, Children's Clotluug ol all sizes, which will be sold at the LOWEST RATES! A splendid assortment of Cloth, latin, Casjinere, he, kept ou hautt, nnd Clothiny made to order, cheaply, neatly and promptly. jani6 WM. WA LKKR NOTICE. ALL persons indobted to Joseph Studyba ker, "Haddler," will please eall at the Hard ware store of the undersigned, and pay up, there by saving the oust of collection. jaiUs-d.v J. LANODON fc BRO. SMITH k WESSON'S" NEW PATENT REVOLVER. rOK AI.K AT LANG DON'S HARDWARE STORE, WO. 78, WAIN STREET. THIS PUtol ia the lightest one in the world that has force. Weight only Ten Ounces. Is londed quicker than other Flstois are oappd- Is sure Are under all circumstances. No injury is caussd to the Arm or Ammunition by allowing It tcwx-maln loaded any length ol Time. It is so sTui prnitrj coustrnotiou that it Is not Haul to get uut ol order. It 1st rcrfeclly Safe loi;urryl The cylinder holds seven shots. Two cuorethan other small ptwttila. (anJ4 Sccmul-linnet Buggies s Carriages AT w.w, piullips' old stand. 4tlikt.bt't. JeU'crsoD ASI.CIalr. A LAK(3K lot of eeoond bend Buirnios an -l- Carriages for sale at very low prloss lor eash. JauJi . & DKALKRS IK CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES! ITEHICLrtS i.f evenr detorlption on hand T and for sale cheap, at i- 14 SLaud, onatU Street hetweea Jstteraoa and St. I lair. , . HUI'KAWAVS, Hi.TONH, itAHOUCHe.il, JICNNY LIND8, QVK WAUONL AUo second hand UeiMuehaa and BruwlaM In CHKAP. i "Wora madefcaeardw.ausl MnalHnsTeiBliktlta tilst;ie,oaiihoiinoiic, JauM : VI iii ilii'iiilTW ii- . - U U. K'AJtSHNKU'S T ;'. I'. "III A PfiUTIC B ATH 8 . C.Ls. J. W. COSLER, Jiomcopathlc Physicians AND 8UH.QE0N3, HAVING ORTAINKI) THE K1CI1T TO use ami adtalnster I. Ksinar.sl POSITIVH AND MBOIATIVr B ATBft, Hare thsm now In stieeMfttl oneritfnn at their vrrii.e. untl 0A n HIIUIUH, NO. ITtM MAIN STItF.CT, West Bids, below Sixth street, DAYTON', OHIO. The following ittneaars are a part nf the many wmvn bib surauif ny P.L.11, I e 11.1 1 1 1 Puley, or Ptiralysis of the Face, and every description and variety of Consumption in its first stages; Itheumatisuv whethcraoute or chronic; Neu ralgia, Torpid l.iver, Uron chitis, Asthma, Weak nessol'theHpine, Scrofula, Dy"pepsia, Peafneis bv Pralytls, Rlnslne In the fcara, Weak Kyes. Hiumollfl, hlntloo of Urine, nt. Vitus 1 inner, I'mlaptms, IMtrl, Prolapsus or Piles, ftnale Uiknrss and irrtularitles, (enera! l'thlUly, lioraiiK'nif nt of the Nervous . iem, ((tilt Joints or Contract -ed Muscles, Conittlpa 1 lion, Chronic liar rh.r, Mtek Head ache, Oftafnets. lllcnrrhoa, MonamanU and Fits, from different onuses, and flktn Diseases. We would state. for the henrtlt of the publio, that thesueoesaful application of Irt-trlcity aa 1 hera peutio Aftent fr the strove named dUt?nn.t, and a variety of others, la a fact welt established by Medical Men. Paralysis or Patsy.the (rreat bane nf Hum n ex istencethe bnlf-wsv house to the Spirit Land find in this immedlaterellef) a speed) and perm (le ant cure. The mode ol examination Is very simple, and entirely newt nl by ' IHseasrs of the Internal Organs, or any part of the Kj ntfni, Is In a verj few moments dete?ctid with lad lit y and errtalnty. The special claims of the Kleetro-Daths consist In a Positive and Negative bath, the electricity being pastfd luto the water, and so controlled at pleasure In Its application to the Human Kvsteni, hy MAnirui.ATion, that we are able to d'tct the sllsthtest dknturbance of the vttaiittnir force, and determine with an atolute certainty the lotatlon and characterof such disease, This treatment eures a Ions; list of Chronic or Nervous lMieairs, of which the Female is the (rreat snfltrer, for years, by pain and expensive druKKliiK. Mas she if It how gloomy are the prns- fifcts ol life, and how meagre every hope of earth y happiness, while sutferuiR each day from some new pain, new sorrow, and new physical drrantre menu Win then not ue at once that which will obviate suffering, and counteract the cll'ects of min eral anu vegetable poisons, proving that tills Agiit Is an absolute speolnc In eases not reaohed through any of the grosser elemements. Inpatients from a dlstauae can be accommoda ted with BokO eonvenlrnt to theollice. CONHCLTATIUNS KKtF. tfA Uur Attemuant will assist In the treat ment ol lad iks. jAn'46-amd NATIIAN HAAS, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, WILL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL ' business entrusted to bis care, at a less per ccv. wian any nuuse in wnscny. I Will sell emxls or houaeltnlit fiirnltitrf nf tverv description, either at my room or at any place the owners of goods may rvijuiri. I also sell at auc tion, every night during each week Ladies' Dress vsuvui, sucu as French aud English Goods, Merino Ooode. DeLalnea, Caahmerea. and all styles of Also, a Ane assortment of KM BTlOIDKRtKH, of ev w umi i'wu. cm, nam mi every i uurauny ai ternoon, from 3 to 6 P. M. at auctioo, exclusively for The best of reference can be given. tjrortlce sat West Srcood street, near Mini A. Goodman's Millinery Store, between Main and Lud low decso-dti W. II. CALLENDER, Blank Book Manufacturer WUOLESALK PArEU DEALER, DAYTON, O. JSD20 BET. MAIN AND JEFFKRSON. Entrance, wt ride of La jet' t Jcuxlry Slure. THIS INSTITUTION IS NOW IN SUC- -a. eessful operation, under the management of an experienced Accountant, whose entire time and talents will be devoted to the nullifying of young men for aotlve buslnesn lite. The course of instruc tion here given, Is thorough, practical and efficient; embracing a full course ol Double Entry Book-Kef ping. Such as to cover the entire field of Commercial op erations, In every department of business: togeth er with a thorough course of commercial calcula tions, or anoreviated methods of business compu tation, settlement of accounts lie., not found In common Arithmetics. BUSINESS PENMANSHIP, AC. srTERMi or Tuition: Complete course, $36. Each stjdent on commencing will be required to pay e)J6 In adrance. Students are net limited to time, but each must be thorough before graduating. For further information, call duriug business hours, or address 8. O. GRIER, Dayton, O , Jn27 Box No. 977, r. O. Valuable Farm for Sale. rpnE Subscriber offers for sate, at Publio X Auction, on the premises, on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 28TH, ie60, Hli Farm, st iu ate on tha east side of the Davton and Troy 'lurnpike, being tha lirst farm south of vauaaua, monigomery county, Ohio, and If miles north ol the city of Dayton . This farm contains V section of land, all under good fence, and HO acres under cultivation, and the balance in good timber, upon the north, the south, and the enat aides. There is on the premises a gnoJ, substantial two story brick house, a large afoot barn, a grain barn, and other out-bultdlngs, with running water from the house through both barn yardsj and running water on tha south-west quarter of the farm, and a good spring on the north-east quarter. Also, a large young bearing orchard of as good grafted bear lug fruit aa any in the oounty. The tract can be divldon into four or six equal farts, with equal quantities of timber on each part, t Is deemed unnecessary to give a detailed descrip tion of this tract, as persons desirous of purchas ing will, of oourse,view the premises for themselves. The tract will be sold In whole or in part, to suit riurchasers. The terms of sate will be cash; i u one yean and in two years; orj lr desired, a longer time can be had on the last payment. For further particulars, cation the subscriber, on the premises or at the Montgomery House, in Da j ton; or John Degrott, Phillips house. Dayton; or D. Clark, Umpire office. ' 1 Jan C. 8. CHItiGM. Public Sale of School Lunds. IN pureuttnoe of tbe proceedings hereto fore had In tha Superior Court of Mnnts-nmnrv oounty, Uhlo, and In obedience to the BUtute to reguiaie tne saie oi scnoi Umls tn such a ane made and provided. 1 will proceed tooifurat Publio Auc tion at the door of the Court House, in the city of Dayton, between the hours of 3 and 4 o'clock, P. M. On BATUKDAY, February 25, I860, The following described School Lands, to wit: Being tha north-west quarter and part ot tha north-east Quarter of aeotion is. Townhm , Ha uge S, east, to. lying west of Stillwater, In Harrison Township, in ' said oounty aud State beginning at the north-west corner of said Motlttu, thence east on the north boundary Una vi sasttu ossukuu w nm iii m 1 1 oi auiiwaieii ineuoe down said river with the meandera thereof through the island to tha half-Section Hue of said Seutiou; thence west on said half Section Una to the West boundary line of said flection; thence north on said west boundary line to the place of beginning, con taining one hundred and eighty-six 71-loo acres, more or leas. The aforesaid lands have been annrafaii aft stierkt dollars per acre, aod cannot sell for leaa than said appraised value thereof. ins payments are, oue-tweirtn or the purchase mouey to be paid at tha tlma of tha aala. ami th balanoa In eleven aunual Instalments of equal amount, with annual Interest theroon from the day ol sale, t i ( DAN1UL H. DKYUKN, Auanoroi aionioomvry oounty. Qtvmm Xkmmkuv, Att'y. lor tha Township, JanaUwtlw H. WHITNEY, rPH8 OLDEST AUCTIONEEK AND s SALKSMAN lo Daytoo.ts now salllntf av.m vsnlugoa Seoontl street, iut ti. Haas, wlivr. h. oatt b. Found, Hoorn No. SS6. He will attend tn all saie. La tk. elty awcuuutry. Jaiun APPLES OKBBLS. OF PBIME APPLES aVV just rewind HRANDENHURO CO., H9 sos TUrd street Jaiis No. 320 Third street, John Ghetwood'a fivngn ment. T WILL HlBtr.iMo Atiot!nin jWkplV 1 lullfllng, layti 4lt, w ,a . Tueadny Match 20th, 1060. v All the personal properlyand stnnk In trade of iolifl A)irwiMM, roiieitiitlrr in part of a largt assortment nl ALt'Altl.K JK Wr IJIV, of all klii'lp. tun larr.e and vary handsome HftOW CAK, one F.XTR A Pl A NO, one laigs SAFlv, and some H.isehoid Furnl turf. The titoeh Jewrlry of Mr. Phff nod was bought for tle retell b-ieitnetw, and tintc'i nt it of the Unfit quality, prrenns may hare gtvifl bargains. liold will m told as gold, silv r mm silver, and platrd ware as pUt-il ware only.' Turchasfii may rely upon a. I rieesentationB made. Thesaie will fe peremptory and the goods must ell, no matter what they bring, 1 l aMft. All sah a umirr --o rsih on sales over that amount a ci edit of ao to CO tlt s; If ample secu rity be slvin, tale will be continued as many days as miy be nec essary to dispose of the stnrh. MILTON JjKNNF.r, Assignee. febl-awd. THD One Horse shuelna; shop, ON THIRD STREET. A -tow doors Kant of the Post Of pick, DAYTON. 0. TPHK Subscriber ia now tottor proparedf nun tiver to aosommouaic uis ojd ousiomer,aaa me puo'ic, in ine lor4-Miooint: Stiitlnc, fn Its various branches. Partlrtilar attention will be given to all lame .horses, such as spilt hoofs, and hoot 'bound, and c rns in tlieir frat, will be eureisatlfatory to Ida owner of sueh hor ses, ana u not, money win ne reiumipo Al.0. Hornt-s that lotrrfrre will be shod tnpre- vent It, and warranted, or money refunded. He will oeraonallv sniTrintrnd ail work entrtistd to his care. Thankful for iast favors, he rennentfullv 'aslts a continuance of the patronage ol his old cus tomers, anu win oe nappy io accom mniaie as many Mfcw ones as may lav or Mm with a rail, aprt-dawly NATHAN SIFFKHMAN. lioxes Ormifjcs J LST EECEIVEDBY BRANDENBURG ! CO., , NO 300 TITIRD ST. JanSO tseo, Farmers, Study Economy. AMD EXAMINE Scarlett New Fngle Corn uiid Job Mill 1 ESPECIALLY adapted to grinding nil kinds of shelled (train, as wellai corn andoobs. This mill took the tlmt preQtum at the Ohio State Fair, and at twenty-four counties In this state, his fall. No Farmer should bo Without one. As fasts given by our most reliable and practical farmers, throughout the eointrv. Drove that it Is a savins; of at least one-third hy (rinding all kinds of uitMitHi grain lor leemtig Horses, uatut anuMieep, and one-half or more in feeding hogs, by boiling the. meal. 1e undersigned having purchased the right for the counties ol Montgomery. Greene, Clarke, .(liauil and Dark, ia now prepared to juiuiulmjture those valuable Farm Mills to order, at the Bmkeye, Foundry, Third stieet, Da ton, Ohio. Call and ex amine them, or send for a circular, Orders promptly attended to. Farm and Pohooi House Dells manufautured by the undersigned, at wholesale and retail, liioo were sold the past season. Addresa B. C. TAYLOIt, 'leoio Dayton, Ohio. J.W. DIETRICH, Druggist & Apothecary I'HILLIFS HOUSE, THIRD STREET, DAYTON, OHIO. CrECIAL ATT EX TION GIVEN TO putting up prescriptions anil medlolnes forl'aia lllei. jiuilM FOR CHAPPED HANDS, FACE, &C. THE GLYCAMYL OK KOSEH 13 AN .lefrant snd very etHclent remedy for chaps, roughnexs of the skin and laic, rtudutiug the skm soft and smooth. Prepared and for sale by J. W. DIKTRICH, Apothecary, Jam Phillips Home, Third st , Dayton, O. Fragrant Toolb Wnsii. "PHIS wash effootuully cleunsce the tooth -a- and mouth, and all that Is offensive in the breathi it prwasrve. the teeth and keejai thesnouth iiia u.altsy wudltl0ii.r hiepared and for sato by J. VT. DIKTRICH, Janlfl Apothcoary, Fhllllps House. ' CliilMitiiisor Frosted Feet. LANDON'H MKio Taiti Rolioyer ia a cer tain sure for these ahllettons, (one thorough application gives great reluif.) .'or sale hy J. W. D1KTIUCH, ' Jan ' Phillips Him. Ulycerole of A mien. ' ' AS s remedy for Hruisee, Cuts, liurns and aalds,th.01ywroleof Arnlsa la nniivalled. It has more than three times the streugtu ol 'iluo tur. of Arnica, and causes neither pain nor suOcn lug in Its appliaatloA Pr. pared by jauiO J. W. UUTRICH. sd st. :oru nud ituniou riuU;i'k. OK the cure snd ailsviation uf Corns.- For sale bv I. W. DlbTHI(;H, ' Phillips House, Sd street. JanM Bronchial Troches. ' HOARSENESS BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS. THIS unpleasant and painful reault of "catching cold," may be rcll.ved by iisiugose or two "lliouclal Troches," or Cough Candy. Prepared and sold by J. W. IHk iKH H, Janiu Aputh.oaiy, Phillips House, nil at. NEW ..LAW: FIRM I- B. g. YOONO, ' DAVID A. IlOUl YOUNG & IIOUK,' ATTORNEYS -5 LAW. OFFICE IN O0H.MAN 8 liUH.DlNQ, ' ' HO. SW TH1HO HTREKT, SATTOH.0HI0. JautT-amd&w . -...itt. v.. ohas GEO. . MALAMBRE, (, llioviHf at JLawi OFFCE ON MAI1T BTREETi" ' NEARLY OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSK, DAVTON, OHIO. DISSOLUTION Or PARTNERSHIP, 'PHR Partnership between the undirslgneu,la tb. 1 Practlu. of Law, is this d; dissolved h mu tualomis.nt. GKO. W. MALAMUIlK, ams-dlw v ' ' DAVID A. HO"K. ' .'. : NQTICZJ. . v7r IIAVINU received a larne lot of Oysters, S.A .nd In consequence of the weather being unla vorabl w. will sal) (lur Uilt day ouly) at "jaciit. per can. Com. all y. lovers of Oysters, m.il be SUpplLdSt 1. N. W. M. I. KKKN'M, I janal . Wo. SIS Third street. Of) VV U Cbeaee, ry fine, tt oenU, to o a i ism bs 1 52; ST1 H J H w o m 7 nr, . Hfl 822.Sg 2 S 2 -3 - & tzf'i 15 : True f i 1j aching! THAT ANT KVMBtR'C GENTLEMEN AT JNCREDIBLTf LOW PRICBS1 i re-iylttUVi DODBLS BETTf A JAMES H. SCHUEBLY'8 SADDLER SHOP, He. 33ft Third it., ndr th FhUllpi Hoata, Whfra ht hfti BlovtM hit nHr o of Harnota. nn.Mlra. rolUm, Trunk, Vl !, honnal Bokm. UwMeil finbA, HnrM Htolrto, Whip ol mil hliHU, im!, In Hull, ev?rythin pertaining to th Settldlery tHiilnrfi. I InviW mr oM imtontra tnil the puMltlB frn crikl to cull aod xAH.int) my itttok. It ! .1IAPK of the BRIT MATritlAL, 1 ' A1S0 BY "NO. OME" VOHKMENI I VVIIX RICI.L CIIKAP TOR CASH! truoi't rsaosr via ri-oa,- 338 3d fit, under the Phillips House tii mm doom wmt or Main, SATTOH, OHIO. jnl-tf JAI. H. OHMKLT, FOUND AT LAST. WHY NOT IMPKUVB MACHINES fnr Worn a n't comfort and bnrtit, w?t m pAn1 m much ttu to4 noDey lor pptmtu to avt Mm'i lftbnrl f oi.Bi'9 impiiovi:i CLOTHES REEL! TATKNTED JANUARY S3 TII, 1H59. i rounn thb HEIGHT OF TEUFECTION! Ai KiCOABUt ' DURAniLITY.CMKAPNKBS.CONVKNIKNCE AND FACILITY OF OFKRATIOJf. Th REVOLVING CLOTHES RKKL la bworolnj of aim oit untvurtnl uie, Ami on th ground of iti cconnmy at "ril m ff"t eonvnl?nf for at It It oomftd( it aay tana very ear tho klftohoa door, ami tlmt aavc much ahovetlng of mow m Winter, or walking thrcnh wt (jraaa In Hummer. iVoornl !y, aa the winl movaa tha raol aroum raasllly, tha clothe ar not anapptd out, nor turn or wero ti when Ituns on anextrn'lM line, and while revolv ing, all atdf of the clothca are turned to the tun, ami are tit ut dried mora even and bettor, and in the Win tor much quicker. While thanruioAry frame oeeuplei the moat oon v mi lent jMttion for ute, It wlU often be found to come in the path to tha Wornlahed, Carriage Houte or ni ablet, and to be lu the way of drawluf wood anilpniuiihfr. carrlagei. I htaobjMtion ha long been teen and felt; hence the variant attempt! to throw the arina upon high er pnati, eome by rack and utninn, aotne by onede vl jennd tome hr another, while tome have built up platform and the like to reach the frame. Now turn from thii uumbemome, tlow movlnf, lne xivenlnt and rlokety proceit to the BIMPIiB, DURABLE, CHEAP! And enBily-opertlng apparatus we now oftr to the publio, at the low price of $5t painted nnd put up In the yard, all complete. DIRECTIONS FOR UHINO. Walking to the pott, one taka hold of the lever, and pualu-a It back, when, a If by magic, the arm of the reel ti It down directly before the raoe, ao while standing In the very tep then oeeupled. the whole frame may lie (tiled turning It aa need be from left to right, ao at to bring all aide of It within reach. To bring the fi ime back to the horizontal posi tion, take hold of the lever and pull It to yon, and raise the lever hy the post, and retain It by the but ton or uiQ. The upper end of the handle lever will be noticed to have several notches, the object of winch is to gauge tne lining. B. H. THOMAS, t?t. Clair, near Third tt., DAYTON, OHIO. - t-sT'Cminty, Township and Town Kights, for unlade! JfinlH-tf Oranges and Lemons FOR I860. 'lHK UKIJKKSIGNED Id PLEAHED TO -a. announoe to his otistomers end the trade generally, that he haa become ooeneotfd with one iji viia lanrrat impomna; nouses in naw un LEANS, and also one In Nit W VUhK CITY, for the purpose ol carrying on more etleclually the FOREION FRUIT TRADE, ORANGES AMD LEMONS, Io partieular, and Foreign Fruits generally B these arrangements, havlog an Interested house at either of these Important points, we shall always have a full supply of C'HOICK FHUIT8, selected with Esrsxiat cans for our house In Cincinnati. We respwtfully InvlM you tooall,orsend In vourordera. OUR FIRST ARRIVAL OF SICILY FRUIT WILL B B BKCE1TBD On TXTESDAT next, whoa we will ofer for Bale: 100 BOXES CHOICE PALAMO ORANGES 100 " " ' LEefONS. 74 ' MEBKNIA " SO BARRELS CREOLE OKANUES. In prime order, being entirely fresh snd the first ol the New Crop. Cargoes of fruit will be recelv ed, either by our New Urleansor New York house, every lew daya during the season, from whence we wiueoasianuy receive a ircsn supply. J. E. STACEY ft CO., SS East Third street, Cincinnati. JanU-Sw BATHS, BATHS I AT K. PETER D1STEK would Inform the l'l citizens of Dayton and the traveling public, liiab ss lias opwuea a B A T II - II O U S E Athls Barber Rhon. on Market street, t doors from Jefferson, where he will have ready at all tlaies, Hot, Cold and Shower Baths. These Baths will he knot clean and neat. Conneat. eu witn me nam is an EXCELLENT BARBER SHOP! 1 1 ttMallina.MtAf llAlu MlAnu. Hill .1.. OCU1 rBTKIt DISTKHi CnRISTMAS & NEW TEARS ! " Holiday Presents ! $5 CENT PICTURES ! ! INNICliUSE, CAN BE HAD AT .', BALDWIN'S GALLERY, IfVEltY DAY FIvOM DATE, ANU A J better ptcture for it CUNTS than ean be had at anyuthcr Gallery for 91,00. We also baveon hand the largeal assortment o( J'ln. Oaaee 1st the City, which we oiler 7.1 Per Cent. Cheaper Than any other Gallery. We buy onr stock In sueh a manner that we are urenared to nsup .interior In. duuements to the public. Our pricca range from ae cents to t'M.00, thus placing It la the power of all tO BL-CUrO the shadows Of frtanila. (In motto 1. ,'r:x('EL5IUKI"and we study to please. gsA.ttooai( on oil hi., sigu ut tbe Amen- ean i-lai;. novlt-Siudtw I. B. BALDWIN. FOB SALE I Two Virlunble Mouse V Lota V0l SALK CHEAP ONE 81TUATED A en Jones street. betwen JreraB aad nrown . Urkktow-stor, iiouaa. stabl. and uut-humu. wall lurulshed. The other Is on alh str..t. n.ar tii. Juuatlon of Intiolle and riflhi a cottage hosjuM. sta lilery, out-houscs, ae. A good resid.uc.,wllur uishl d. Klthrn will be sold at a bargain. .or parUvuiare apply to i. Clark. Umpire OOee. ALKXT. TAVLOH. des2t-adkw ' " - near Centrevllle. BHOHT ADD BV7EBT. , K IITIDa CChoioe Brown Bunar, Ua bushels choice Dried Peaches, halvesi a oaska choice French Prunes; ' ' ' bkls. P.naaylvanla Heart Cberrleet ' , Dried Appia, ftars, Ulackbrrlaa, and . 21 cans grapes, hailoug and quarts. r Akw, ipbagean.iMgolo.nyell' For sate bv ch" East Hecond street, 4 Janl i " Church ' rpHEUTTHEUA' - 4th and JeR'erso' wauted) with ali lu fc ins, apply either Janal ": ' 1 J.T' V COLO AN0 Ztflm MO WCIt BATHS. AMURICAW AND TOHBIO STEREOSCOriO EMrORIUHIf B. A H TH 0 Ml'!. IV 101 BROADWAY, WIW T0BK, Aftae'Vef Iw, lffifl.effiOl t)K0AT'WA T, Isae fori rem (as St. tiitkMm HIH. 'I , Th. Ht.rOM,p. Is the iot InrtiMt.e, Inter. Mtlug, ontntalnlnf , aasaslng and ea.lUag ol mod .ra taranttons. . Nna.ar.tnn l nan, rrnne tee M, tiraje t.lllrnl, none too ansMlatwted, Io acknowluajeete worth aod baauty. No home is wiipl.te without Jt, and It must and III p.a.tr.teev.rwe. ' ' It prM.nts to ynur vl.w every part of the world, In ail the relief, Nli1ne.s, p.rsr.'rt'e, and sharp. ..w of rt.all, aa II yo w.r. on th. so. Photograph.rs ar. ev.Ttwh.re .xploilhf If rop, Asia, Afrl.a end Ala.rloa, la srar.h of th. grand and th. beautiful, and th. re.ults o I their sklllarinstanlly.nrlohtiouretolu " W. have an-iarm.ns. variety of papv Vlewe or gc.nesln rails, londw. Kniland, Kcotlsnd, Ira land, Wales, rranre, Jletglum. Holland, Hwltrw land, Spain, the fthlne, Vrrealllea, t. Cloud, on laln.hl.au, Tillllerl.., Itsly.Turk.y, ectpt, Athens, th. Holy Luil, China, India, Ory'tal reias, also Groups Historical, amusing, Saarrug. Wl, breakfast M.nrs, plc-nlcs, statuary, Ac, e. An ex qtilslt. assortment of Illuminated Interiors c. Pal aces, Churches, and Cathedrals of fVanee. Italy, fcc . The etltct f tli.s. tllemlftated views Is moat remarkable. Kveav sertlis an er waAt.Tn ana aaviaan tastk should have In his drawing room eom.of our .sqittaite views on glass, with a .revolving stereoscope, showing 111, 9r, M) or loo scenes. Noth ing eaa b. more faMlnatlng, and one eaa offer no Sr.. tor treat to e friend fond of the picturesque and ie beautiful. Anthony's Instsntaneous fltereoscoplj views are the latest Photographic wonder. 1'h.y are tak.n In the fortieth part of a second, and everyrhlog, no matter how rapidly It may be moving, Is deplet ed aa shsrply and distinctly .a If l had been pr fectly at rst. This gives an additional val.te, fnr to the beautlee ol tnaalaaat. naturn It adds the .harm sf life and motion. The process Is a discov ery of our own, and being unknown In Kurope, we rvoclve from London and Paris large enters lor An thoay's Instantaneous Views of American life and ecen.ry. Amougother things weheve Just published Stere oscopic Illustrations of the Henne of the Fulton Direct Prayer Meetings, In which many hearts feel aa Interest. The particulars of this will be found In our Catalogue. Our Catalogue of subjects and prleea will be for warded to any address on receipt of a stamp. Parties at a d stano. sending us , !, tin, (IS, $to, or $io, oan have a good Instrument and such pictures as they may request, sent by Kxpress. Views nlone, (without Usiruaent,) ean ae sent by mall. . ii -. i i rarties who wish to be advised of everything re ally valuable In the line that comes out, may send os th.tr name, to plaeeen record, nnd we will keep them poste.l at our own exiienM. Msn ol l.lsure will find Photographf a most ne olnatlng and delightful amui. merit. W. are pte pared togtout amateurs wlthever)thlngnewsasary rot thdlr suocea., togetherwlth Instructions How to take tttereoseople Pictures." ; B. ANTHONY, Importer and Manufacturer of Photographle Materials, HtcreosooNs and etreoecnpt4 View.. ea-Merehaata from every section of the: eonnery are reaiectfully Invited to make aa examination of our atook, as our disoouut to the trade will be liberal. TO PH 1TOORAPHKRS. rirst-elaas Stereoaoop le Negative, wanted. Hnd by mail, n print unmounted, with nrlc. of Negative. Jai.la-.mdaw W. U. CALLENDER, Blank Book, Manufacturer AND . ' !'' ', WHOLESALE PAPER DEALEK,. ' DAYTON, O. MANHOOD, now lost, now restored. Juti Published in m Sealed Envelope, JlTlM. 0N THE , NATURE. i TRHAT Wcalcneti, 8ual Debility. Nervouinen and lu roluntarf KinUsloni, Inducing ImpoUncf and Mental and f by ileal Inoapaelty. Bjr ROB. J. CULVEHWEtL. M.,DJ( Author of "Th Green Book," id. The world reoowned author. In thla adnlrabl Leo in re, elearly provee Irom hie own experleaoe that the awful oooietjueDces of lelf-abuae a ay be eflWjtually removed without Medicine and Without dangeroua Surgical operation!, bouglea, Inetru menta, rings or oordlali; jrolntlng oul a mod of cure at onee eertatn and effectual, try which eVery auHerer, no matter what bia oonditlonnay be, may out hi nie If oheaply, privately est! radlctwly. -Thla Leclure will prove a boon to thouaaad and thou tan ill. Bent under aeal to any addreaa, pott paid the receipt of two noitage at am pa, by adtlreHlaa Dr. ('H.J. C. KLINE. M. D., 48 Flrat Avenue, New York, Poet Box 468a. deeo-dfcw 1 y I. .N. & W. M. GREEN, DIALER! IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND OYSTERS, NO. 310, THIRD ST., ARE NOW PREPARED TO. RUP ply their elty and country ftUnda 'with any thing and every thing In their line that ig nice and desirable. Our varied assortment lseomelat,and our motto ls"LO W or LO WKH than the La W EBTI" 1. A fine lot of Winter nnd Fall! Apple. just received at I. N. W. M. Green's. 2. Fresh Hatter beet quality nhvayi to behadat I.N. AW.il. Green's. ) 3. A large invoiee of fine Cuttine Cueesu). at low prioea, at I. N. W. M. Green'.. 4. Nice Fresh t iiiee just receised and for sale at I. N. at W. M. Green's. ' - 5. Choioa Tea (Green and Ulnok) at Terr low prices, at 1. N. A W. M. Green's. 0. OYSTKHS Oyeters, freeh every day, from Baltimore, and nt roduoed Arte., at I. N. A W. M. Grin's. 7. Choioa Family Orooeriee, (eleoteuT bare- fully and warranted fresh at I. N.n. W.M. Green's, 8. Coma with your money and buy cheap Groceries where you ean have theat de livered tree ol charge, at I. N.4 W. M. GREEN'S, ' f novi No. lie Third street. S. M. LOO.N. H" J. OODBSl. Logan's Fire and Water ; Frool Patent 1 mproved '- Composition Roofing. Patented Dec, n, OSS'. ' ' jiROM a long experience tn business, the Inven JP tor has discovered the ehiel causes ol the failure of all Composition roofs heretolore In use. and after a eomplet. aystem of ohemloal, nrtlnelal and naturalexperlraeots, and a thorough, ItfacUcal test, he has produced a rooting composition superi or to any eompoettlon ever ptf.red to th. public This composition will not burn or fre.se, ne con sequently will not crack either from expansion or contraction. Hamplce may be seen at the City Ho tel, elate and County rights for sale. Forsurther particulars apply to b. M. LOGAN A CO. I Jan. 11 ltx,-Und , j Dayton, tf. ' DIBBOLDTION. , THC arm of A. A . W. Gebhart, was dissolved on the SKlth ot November last, by the death ar Joha W. Gebhart. The undersigned has purchased the Interest of his late partner rsj tke stock of Lumber. Lath, Shingles. Ac, helongigg to he late Arm, and will carry on the busloe. All who are Indebted to the late Ann will se th.neoealty f making im mediate payment, and are aeauairtMr to .all and; settle without delay. . A, GEHAltT, jaois-iwaimw WB ALL WANT TO LIVH. THE Hobaoriber, who ia no better Cnao he should be, will try to po what te right, without pretending te do bottar than his neighbor. He only claims a modeat share of the natredae. of th. publio, and h. la willing to it hie eu.tou.ra i utile aa to his prises and the quality of his goods. bnAMi... ruBT. aa East leeond etremt, 4 door, irom Main. JanlJ ' For Sale Cheap; ;-; IX and a hall aores of wround. aituate in Dayton View, one fourth of a mile from Bridge street bridge.. There iam tn. puutlM. a large two story brick House, with convenient and aaaple eel- . .vvw, vui i h " siisMMSsry vul uuiiaingsf together with a watl of hMk mmtmr ana A M tern. A portion of th. ground ie well sat wwet strawberry, raspberry, goeasbwey, .urraat plant, Ac. Also an orohar.i ol apple, oherrp and pur treea. . The balance of tka .K.uutl 1. 1- sUsiwIh cultivate. The abov.proierty will b. sold lew ana, ou easy terms. For further Information, apply " . auvs m v wi m a., sen., or , AMOS Ps-OBTZ, Jenai , ' i . V on the aalaau Moad. For Sale! TWO aores of land, with a atorei bone and dw.Ulnr house en It. situated ba Wrn I o- noro, Preble ouuuty, uhlo, twenty nillec west of Dayton, on the Dayton and Western Mall Head. Theatore houa. la of brlok, forty bv flltyleel, tve stories high, situated right eu th. Hall k.ao,'laa dwelling ie near the iwrt-4 frame cottage, con taining Ave rooms aad . poroh. 1 will eeli eald property vwry low aad Upon, ajaey (eftueter M ulr. on the premises, or of ' tivi 'P ntrtDHTI, Janl ' i1" C-Dayton, Ohio. ClIUIisTraAr IIAA1S! . - RIME NEW HAWS-08T ftKAUY. - Christmas anting.' ' -XXX BUCKWHEATr'J '" - beet quality In the market. "ar th BOtrbiya-mrVthrhAJ ..,! I- k.HAHT, T0. 81, J.IT.rson street. .Cranberrien. thebeat qusjiiy of lliuliU a, In eaeelieirt conauion, liatl tie M .hslmu aad rctatf, ar UHANDHNUliMU A CO.'O, ' - n .. K'k " TjjJh tan Store fellah. . M , y sl thing or the ktnsl lausei ' and brilliant polish to stub a -als. 'orsalaby ww"'' WAfeT, MNsia (treat-