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Reflections on the Present Condition
of the United States.
: my countryman,
ii a perilous and tremendous moment. It U
. arist a tin for tdqlaUott ' ; 'Tie moUitti of
of Utttterry cannot nave ua in Ihisrugg
I rugged and
awtul crisis.
It ii time ttiat Trull! "wiui once told. We
must if possible disptj ti0-dJuious and
darkness which' envelop Icp-fctirV tfntplar in its
full danger and genuine colors the ruin and
desolation of our country, and' the enormity
of our debt. Can, r: still , .expect, sympathy
and support from loruign nations in our infnt
nation r Can nnrCongfnxs be 'sn'dnsd to its
dignity and duty, as to pir" support to Wens-,
tires so ultra and ttnurnrratitablc, " kit charac
terized its last session ? i
Measures which bave reduced.tbis late pros
perous and happy eoairtry"' to scorn' atari con
tempt. But yesterday "and the United States
might hate stood against the worldnow
none so poor to do her reverence." The
South we at first despised as . rebels, but
whom we now acknowledge as enemies, are
abetted against yon,- supplied with military
stores, f and Uncle Sam 1 has 'been one of the
agents,) and thoir embassadors entarluined
by Foreign Powers and our Ministers do not
'and daraaot ' intfno-"WiUi -dignity nmi ef
fect.'' The demoralization 'of onr ' army
(caused by the issuing of Negro Proclama
tions and Imbecile Commanders,) is only in
part known. The lifts that hay been lost
number by thousands, and the bones of those
bravo men are bleaching on a Southern soil.
But yesterday that 20,000 as brave and well
disciplined aokliarsM ever, maxoheti to battle
was slain in a single day, under Burnside at
t Fredericksburg, . twid"Jtb.erj hlooijnRkiis the
' water of the Kuppabannock crimson, t)b,
what tales of horror, blood and carnage will
History reveal to posterity. No man more
highly esteems and honors the Union soldiers
than I do. I know their spirit and valor, I
know that they can achieve anything except
impossibilities, and I know that the eradica
oation of Slavery or the subjugation of the
South are impossibilities. ""You cannot whip
them back into the Union. Whut is our pres
ent situation f - "We do not knowtta worst."
But we know that thero has been raging a
civil war in our land for two years, and that
wa have done nothing, bat suffered much.
You may swell your expense to t5,000,000
(it being now $3,000,000,) a day and strain eve
ry effort, accumulate every assistance, free
the slave, and urge those yet in boudage to
insurrection, rapine, firo and murder, and
your attempt to bring these people (the
Sontb) back into the Union, will bo' vain and
impotent, doubly so indeed from the Negro
aid on which you would rely, for h rrritatea to
an incurable resentment the minds of your
adversaries to overrun them with negro sav
ages goaded on by their white allies to com
mit acts of rapine, murder and plunder, de
voting them ' and their jtosaeaslorts to the
rapacity of savage cruelty, to delegate to
the negro the right to wsjre the horror of a
barbarous war against' bur LreUiroiT to liiive a
second St. Domingo. ,, ,,
My countrymen these enormities cry aloud
for redress, punishment and rebuke, familiar
izes our soldiers to the horrid scenes of an in
surrection ; our army sonld no'longer 'boast
of the noble and generous principle which
dignified a soldier. No longer would the feel
ing awake to the "pride, pomp and circum
stance of glnriout tear." But the sense of
honor degraded into a rile' spirit of plunder
and the systematic practice of murder. From
the long connection between the North and
South both sections derived the most import
ant advantage. When united weweremfAfr
powerful wealthy pronperoua and a happy
nation, . It is not a band of ruffians whom we
oppose. The resistance of the South accord
ing to the idea is made to secure to them their
peculiar institutions and their property. . Let
us then seize with eagerness the tirst oppor
tunity for peace, reconciliation and restoration
of the Old Union o a basis of compromise
honorable to both sections. Let us give them
the assurance that wa do not wish to interfere
with their institutions, Tba(,we iq st desire
to rob them ol tbeir properly, i liters are. men
ot the south wno nave not yut finally given
up all hopes of the restoration of the Unioa
made by our miners.
There yet remains a possibility of escape
from the fatal affect of our delusions in
this complicated crisis of danger, weakness
and calamity. - - - ' ' "i
Where is the man who will vonturu to flatter
ns with the hope of success from the sons aver
ance in measures productive of these dire
effects. You oannot eonoiliate the South by
your present measures. You cannot subdue
her by your present or any measures. 1
What can you do; you cannot conquer, you
cannot gain but you can address the people.
Yes my countrymen since . oar Congress
have neither sagacity to forseo, nor justice
nor humanity to shun these calamities sinoe
not even bitter experience can make them
feel, Bor the iniminent ruin of their country
awaken them from their stupifaclion the
guardian care of the Democratic Party Rjust
interpose anu me result will oe J He Constitu
E.
, The Philadelphia Journal suggests the idea
ol ooiomsing me Abolttiunnta instead of the
negroes. , , ,
CiMAKUO MANlFAfU'RINQ t'OMPANI,
' MAM UKACTI'HKRA AND UKALRHH IN
PAPER HANGINGS
W I N DO W '8 H ADOS,
T, Wtil Fourth alraal, riarlnnaii;
OUR alook of Pnuar BauKinaa. Ourlain Zapata, and
Irauaparant WiuOuw Wia.iw la Uia iarioal avar
allarad U woatorn laiyara. In our rM.il avuaituiaul
wa hava, m additiou lo our laiHa ttuuk of I'laiu aud
Baooratlva Fapara, all the
NOVELTIES
THAT THK
tastfnr or Kiropcan Htk Afford.
Tha apMial atlanuon of ttmiliaa tnlanitloa to onm.
mant lhair drawtuK ro.ma, tMiudolra, hUrarlaa, halla.
aud dial us rouiaa ia aaliml ki Hi ta-autllul Uuo.u
wulch w ara oilariaK at low pn.-aa.
. ...i t. -i - . .
L U Klskda . sr sun, .sUMh HMu,
..... Ha M.taatfaa.- . ...
CAMAROO MABUITACTUatSI OOM AaWV,
7 Waat Itomta Utwauail, UiW.
B. H. Basasiua,
oaUdl
E. Dry Goods.
' 'fMrfiriit suta tilth brconA sVhkkm.
VANDORKN, MILLEK & FOX,
(8ucoaaors to JOHN, VANDOBEN A OO.)
d it y cro o i) y .
HKHT HUANIM rll.At'K HII.K,
FliAIH Artll'FAIWIV MUZAMIIIUIIK,
. .,, 'LAIU 1'AUI. IK IIIKIIKK, j
CHECK POPLINS.
, A lnrjft i. lock of
iftiCt''-Mt' MlSSE - HOOf SKIftTS'
BKbt MAKl-i AU RHAPn NoVv"(i01.p. ,." 1
TRAYEUM MESS . GOODS ;
IMsin bb.1 Choi-k, In great variety.
A beantiful tins
French Organdlea, French l.awiis.lircnu-
'lhfshBerges.'- '!. - a
.: , ... ' A joTTlot ' .
,, , i i Which we are aalliai at UA UIM'MUIK.
Mourning Dress Goods;
Auwk'livuitiasuMM,,.,, , Blank CImUm,' ' '
Black Main, - HlH.-kAli.x-.-aa,. ,.' ,:
. Blank TaiiiMrilurK, 11 lie.-a i;ti Marcls, , '
Blank Uraf.a Uillara, ., Biauk t)rai Valla,. ;
Ul0!l fe'tV11' tauk f "''inc, j
Bl k.r, aug.Crapaa, JJIaok Prima. ,
OINUHA8 'and OlllNTZKS,
Maw At fit KmbroUtarlaa, ate.
Bent make, new alyla,
K ID GO VE B .
Short Sacks,1; Cloth Dusters,
Shawls,'Lac Joints, &c.
. Our atogk la utrwa and deali-aMa, nomprl.ma all lha
iia and viiriutl tyt and l-'ahnca of the Kaalttro mar
kata, and arp ottering oraat liidiu-vnieiiin to OAHU aud
8I10IU' 'i'JMICbuyera., W wmliaily invite buiiiih.
Uon of our Htouk.
auldwly VANUOBBN, MIL1.KHA VOX.'
Black f White Haid Peplins,
" fiLACtt AND WHITE PLAID GOODS 1
Organdies, ,. Lawns, v&c.,
"" 'Just tecatved. '
May S, 18U-J VAN IMJKEN, MIU.ER A FOX.
OHM at MeNAVailT'B
BJSWllSj-G COTTON
AIjL COLORS. The bant thrvad for Sawing Muuhiiiaa
reireivad.
May S, latlll. ...i VAN BlUUM,.mXiLBH VOX.!
Clothing.
r
Fall and Winter Clothing
AND
'J.
CJXjT3tatl?C- CKOB
CLOTItim AMI lAlLOUii,
NO. 304 TUIKK B'i'., OJ'POblTlS TIIK BKtiKKI.
HENuV fli-'kU. liaviuK aSNui-iatad with liim lb
tha Tftllonnu BiiainaMMr. J-MIEK tt'KUKIC.--
au, iwr auuill A lr.AUU VLBlXJM-WUUh CU t
Tatt KIJK MK81ta. J-IWKIi A 1.KU1.1-.K, i una
.DjmiDu .iiaa vnr to itauHe iu truhlolntiia
tha uUulie.
Tuny laa juat reuaived from Maw York a large aiaJ
FALL A1) HI.MEK CLOTUIXU UO0US,
Which Ihey will niaka up in tha boat atyle, ou hoh
.7' , aooiupiaia aainniaut,'i'aui.ri,-
ilii-ir Htock ol
HEAD Y-HTAlJE' 'CiOIHIHG
Cannot basacelledaayiilMroiiaAaey invita an as-
1 nay hard a oou.pfr'a aupplr o(
ticnis' 1 uniLsldng uosds,
Which will ka (ound to u nulled la U.a Ualaa of lha
cuatohiera. ' ......
Uroid paina will bo UL,uu to la Taiauta auj Uota
in the rut and making .,1 thair t-U.tliing. ,
Mr. WaxiaalnsKli attanda ai-aonally to tha ttittliu.
Their Iriauda in city aud oouatry ara luailad ut
Hamainow Uia tlaua-as. SU Ti.uM atret-l, naur Jta
!"" ellaw4w
Later and Better News.
FINKE ilii LKOLliH
Ara now raoairing thair aaoond puruhaaa of
FALL , AiD WLMl.il 4,(H)l)g,
Coiiipriauig all lha naw .lylaa of j
IfASiCr AiDfLAIJI tirjSIMKKKfi, j
BLAtK AND C0LUKK0 ILOTJli
Aud a good aitaonnlant of f-iirnfuhing (looda. Wa
aim) kaap tha EALLUU VUfcNUH okH nHIKI,
aud Uia . . r . T r
LARGEST STOCX READY-MADE CLOTHINO
UUwoily. (In. ua a call and try ut.
I IHk. I.K..I.I.K,
J"" .- ho. 7 Baooud al.l
THE EHEMY SUBSENIJEAEU!
U H J3AT
fall aw mm nmui
R O T T K K O P P ' -1
NO. sun, TUIBD STRUT, UAY'MN. OHIO, I
HV mtti a.ionniaaMa auaak an Hiai, Pncaa,
and out thalu oU auiralv.
ItulWIthataudUltf Ul MMMMd Mon.l.t..M n ...
ww.unj.niv iw.-ai,uig tna largaal alooa or
CLOT8B. VABsSl MKH1C8. VlSTI NOB,
Of lha lalaat Utylaa, aud PaUarua.
FANVV B JPLAJN SHIK'IH,
. OUl,tAlU.,HRAwKka,Nlr.OK Tll!lj,f..
Crar balbra pllarad to (ha pubjlo. Tltair ato.-k of
ItKAUV MA UK CLO'l-IIiaU
Ia new aud ft.liKiaUa, au4 ara aiWrad luuisually luw
J'UH.tiAHH.
Tha putaic ara UivMad io oall and aiamiua. a. thav
hava aalnk aaia good", and obar tag loduoauianla. f
' nOTT KROI'I', .
marilU MU. sua. TUIHIJ ItTKIKT.
Clothing. Oysters.
6 YSYER8 IJD YSTE R8 I
ikt Quality Ualtlmorf Oysters
lb .. ., , jUunog tha ..Miaa, alias '..
(JOUufJat liOUMlu, Min'sitit.
LlUMNuJUku by tha oaa, halZ-aaa, at aarrad na to
X wdar ia a sunanor soauaar, BAufiaiass
Clothing. Oysters. Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps.
r wm ilium d cHvWA:r!jr
BOOT lA. - SHOE St01tE
N.SlH,Third8t., KtofTewn( loih '
HIUN Or Tint i "UTTXI Boy'.1! .. ...
lAtri, "onio.' '.';;.,.;.",; ,
TMRK ful4H will tlio.alaMat)OiHw that lha tiilM-nl.t
X llaanow 4.D Imud a largo aial oonvplala atfa-k t
liOO'i'H ANiWl Uil.M,, i .
fVirlhat'sH limtWintrrwi-arnr'tlia yary lsf .illil.i,
rnni.nni;all tha kiu.l tliauau ih.i.hiI-U U i--.,iii-ii
will n aoli .1 u. -tV -
. - VEUa" 1-UW r'UU JAdU .1
ptinnH liie War. i
from swog tjsiw ri)iuj in tho t.utiui4, Ihk otlvj fp
ptjl ,iuij uiimhility, ijujinot im uriiubiii miiU. JO
ciibHpnpstn (m dtini ttoninlilion. - ,
All kuiiU ol HotttH kkikU ti'H)M mtvl lo ontar.
U KUKO h Hocii V A LT,
People's Hhoe HUre, Nu, ju.'j tuntrit , IhUjii,(I,
2.
Clothing. Oysters. Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps. Plumbing.
Aew Gas & Stcaiii lipe l htom
WAHIO MAJLCOI.M'IS, i
No. 40, Jffrion trctt
AKRY Mtptrior HHKortment ofttiw FixtureH, ne
UCtt Iroin Ihe tiATKbT lSKW lObK 1' A T
J r.iS, consiMima of b racket, t'endanUi, CltBtui
hprn, lilAHH, hd(1 MtuR Hlitwles, Was Ttprt, Act.,
which lly are UeUtrmiui-d lo null m the loweni living
rut fi. Tliey are Uo reueivmg nuct liaveuouLMilly ou
hnnd evory variety oi 1't.UMlilNii UUiia itjjioh
they sell an low $m uhii m olti ulnewher. ,
1 npy re a I mo putting up Uant bit-Kin, tviui Water
Pi('tt rvdncdd mieit. tiy utiici tu-nuuu to,lLi(iiiw
and Riiprior workumimhip litny liope to iiirit p.mrc
ol (Hi bl iu patroiiHtfe. jyn
Coal and Wood.
-KORUE MoCAIN At CO.,
InkJet- (n '
10AL WOOD, AXD LIME.
OKKICK Third atrett Cimal llndga. ' 11
icv t'oul aud Wood Yards
S.A.DICKEY A CO.,
WI1UI.E8ALE AND RETAIL UKALKHS IN
COALAND WOOD
YAKIb Wnyne ntreet, between Third and Cuml, kiwi
. .. vomer of tim ana uual. -.
WE are now prepared to furnish the pulihc wiUi
the very Iwhi luel to he obumd. Our tocl( in
targe, and uonipriHff evoiy variviy ul liie bent ud
nioHl popular ii))AlititiH ol coal.
TheU-Ht ijiiuliiyoi 8U(MH, IUCKUHV and otler
n l nun VI niviiy UlwHys Ull lllllli,
CoaI and Wood deuverml lo any part uC the city,
the IowhI priffH for a m ulterior article, tiiva ua n i
eh we are doU'liiiiucd to give the beet poaitiUe Ixr
ajnuin.
Onlern may be Inft nl Nrfl, Bennett A Co., Third el,
HUU.IMUU w. AUiiar a urqteEy. imu Hreei.
iiMlm b. A. LUUKBY A CO.
Amusements.
BEOKEL'S HALL
NKVYLr KKF1TTK0 AMU KEfllKXIaHKIl,
7N'!.KB thadliwtion of tha HAKMONIA SOOIK
xj a j , in ouarau to au at raaaotiabla tarma, nr
Thaatraa, Conoarta. Laoturai
and publio exlubitiana genarally.
acutlraly Mew Scaaarr a Maoltluer
naa oean lnlrolunai. with a auicra nr u-ffin,.ni
Lll.lA tt w.nmmnB. sll I.:. .....
; .u." ... rsn.oiuouM.
i ita nan ia uia largeal, oapaua or aaaling louu par
oa, and ai!knowlodaad to ba hv rap tl,!.... ... ....
oily of Iiaylou, and la loialad in ilia nioaloanlral part
or the pity. Pornirthar mrnnnanon ani.lv to
JOHN U, BTCJI'1'LAN.
, nnnut, AWitof,itlJ,elo,
At tha Mall
Saloons, Restaurants, etc.
UNION SALOON,
Bockei's Building No. 74 Jefferson St
WOULDracommendtottaeattantioii ot the publii
hiuaxaortinautof Winea and Linunm. At im
Beer, Altto, Hwiee and LiinburK Cbeead, uyetere, Pie
reel, Ax kept constantly ou hand. Men! cat all honra.
IhavealKOtwo excellent UILLIAHI) TAHLKH, an
kuu su wvttr uaii roueu upon, u wnan i aatt Utt miei
IWomi, immediately under Ueukel'i Hall.
Q K. I.ANOR
Commercial College.
bityton Commercial College
No. 310, Third Straat, Day tow, Ohio.
INOOKPOKATHD IN 1668.
Fall Com'l Coarse-Time Unlimited $80.
UITTLINQ DirritiULT and DKRANOKIl HOJKS,
HUUK Kkkl'lNli AMI I'KM M ANNU1F,
7 ; lKCl (lICii, Ac.
rpHE C.uraa nmgraaaltaly arranga.1, ahorlaat niath
X o.la and tauatit on harna of tainiuai.. by a pra.-li.-a
nwjwr, i.iir..iiK..i7 lMlllll.luir.lllg tlia atuavd
wiihdatwa of MkHOlUNT, UANKKH, ACCOUNT
ANT and!,EKK.
N.U. Tha M-hool boy VARCI of copying Journal
jdKr and galanaaa, from an alalnantary traaUM tn
itouk KavMug han navar produoad A.wuunuuila; tu-noa
il la But pariiuttttd at thia liiNtluition. Tha copying
fcuva only adoptad hy "1'roleii.oia" who la-k lla-
utui.aaaa axi-iaiiaa nat-aaaary to prepara a uoinalri
oouraaaf tuatrueiion.
For partii-uiar, (.all or addraaa 8. J. QBIKU,
H..H TT, l.K . (11.10
. UK. BIIADLKY, ,
D .ISr. T I 8 T
M TUIttD OT., W BUT OF PH1LLII UOl;
C!,f.B parlioularalh-nllrin io VI I.CAMZtll ItUH.
-iiKUw.a4au.afar Arun. ial Tacih. It la faai ....
paruad ag all uthar kind, or matartal HHa.1 ar llial
purfwaa. laing ua nrat Ul iutrodu. it ia Una eout
uiumty, haclaiina thai hiaailM.riau.-a ItlalitlMa Inn. .,.
laying that it ia truly a aaluabla ImprnTainant. Jn
Ihroa paniuulara, at laaat, it ia pralarahla to all athar
.v.a vi worn, via; rir.t. II ran Ita u a.u.u
iuII mora parrta-tly to lha gutna than uialalho pUloa
aud ia imaib llglilar. Hacoud, it ia parlaully ulaaalv
and nun oorroalva, and aa to durability It Ya. baao
tlKiroualilv taaUMl. Ijial. but u.it 1.1 .1 ..... ,t.,,..
. ut-a.u i-aua ailauiluu to Uia moil ot till
ing taatn, uaing adhaaiva gold, aud inallat praaara
. DK. liKATLil.E?.
GUNS 1 1
JUHT ranalvad oaa of Uia nnaat lot or donhls lajral
bat Uuna avar aaan in Uia ritr. Tha anuva Uuua
""" a uipioa ouiy, and Wl II as IB Mora but SI ji
Wk.k.a.a. Anyuaiaoa wiabiug to uunhu. a var
uua Uua, at Ww ftauraa, aftoiildlmprova thi. opportu
nity aa thay will ka auld fait Wiaati. lo aava ill. ...
(naa orrUu-ruag IIkwi. Thay uonaiat la pari al
, . .. n41v .a... uarrwia, ntnamg
arioa fr.ua .jo lo tbt. M. a HrVHIVKu,
JX Tlilrd alial, Ohio bluok.
OHIO BLOCK.' . '
tXKKP all good thinga to sal atui 4riak alaa, a
Kraa Luavu avaiy buudaf morning, and invita all
oi mauds. auk JAOog rAsllAlMUaH,
Professional Cards.
I'KXSlOtiS, BOl.Ml Ll.NUlHii BA( k I'AY.
' 1 Tiroio. Lowe, ; .
-, ; ATTORNKjr, yoa .coi.i.kctiu.n vr ,
Soldiers' ClaiHiBdmit j Money,
;.' liavok J't.v 'A'Aol pHnilon!
i)R WHKUHt r-"AnniJwWU MT.IT,K;i, POL-
lUhKlW.. 1... ..... r
NO CHARGE UNTIt rVlfiNtY PROCURED.
(Sdlcrrri thn,i';l.lIVlVi.(VlK'i' A Co., of rolomtn
OJiio, aiid HaHi,iiit.H, P. 1 - 'no.
', fl JOllK j. ACIiKU.'llAAl (
' ;T Jo . AYTN, OHIO, ' ..'
' ,;!lAi 6lt't ttioeervi.m in the prr.fcat.ioa ot ' t.4
X a. in im vKriiMiw imiii-ifj.
lie will, howcvii , i;i vi- tn m.-r.' B-ius'irit HirtMilntn It
an.nnttrfl trplatutx to Kii A.tf.tM m ntmimurv
uutiiy OJtio, MiutiMit loi.-o.na Al"riK'iHK. i'Brtiiioit
of K'Hl K-ui..ei.li'8 ol Uvn Jvnlel,y h.&eutortt, AU
TTiiiiiniiifKrm nniiriiNriniirt, rniiKintt erwrm-ln ot tltlt
le rWa. Ktiete, umwmc uv,hh, Martfpigt.H, and All ott.ei
kjr-p,n.i iitniniiiiwiiiH oi l.i-lHriUjl. . ,
nitvutK yvni in mm two ytain iu me Kiviorder
otttoe rUnontt tlie diiNty rtHiimte ol Mt ymi-n, exfrniininn
l'fU, 4,ut tiwkiiiK-'briirH('U ortitir, lie ti.u!;v
ii.rtuiivii in artHiiiK a MiiHre oi pnoiK paiiuimue in null
terertt Hxwl k:t.w in Montcoinrry county.
l,nrHoiiMd)rtirinKaMimpluiiiFip-tionol title Mil tut
inuuiiiuranctui upon it.uau lieeuauutOitxiaiaU by airiisi
him h call. .
Uthoe on Main etreet, opponitt tht- Uoiirt Aoitite, ovei
OIO.W.HUtlB. i ,1 JOHJIAiM'llitMftS
'.HOUR - McNAdO", ' "
4 T X O H IV K V S - A T : X A M
OKFiOK HO. H21I, TU1UU STHKKT. UAYTON,
Hoom heratoiore oeruplnd by J. A. McMahnn, Hr
dreaetot liie M. ii. Cituroli nenr Main el. aAUly
THOMAH O. LOWIt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
UAYTON, OHIO,
WIM. irs prompt kltanitna in all I.iibiii(.h as
ti-11-.u.d lo lua uara. ,
-il!!!'.'..!? lh.T "t"hVa Hull. ling, up naira. ni7y
C. U. UAliMANN, , 7
ATTORNEY1 AT LAW
WOT A H X V II t, I ) .
OKHUK NKXT TO DKKIOIt or CKN1HAI. I.N
KUHAKOS COMPANY, MAIN 'l KKlir. ...
a.Will ttiiand promptly lu all liiu.ii.a iiuruala.
.'"" jwtdly
. K. P. Clitv7 , . . (
ATTOHJIKV.AT.1.4H,
UAYTON. OHIO.
OKKICK Willi .H.Hl. T. J..
HiiildlniJluHirMI.
M. fcuulli, iu Clreg',
.lau-lly
Pensions1, Bo'untj Money, Uud WurroMti..
ii. a. vvi JAKr.KY, '
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMANTS.
HAH maila an arrungvraf.ntal U.'m.hingtnn rlly, to
lauilitala tl.a prut-iuing ol , t .
Revolutionary, Naval, InvalKl.aud Hair.
r Hanamna, Uonuly l.aii.l,
and Arrrar. or I'ay
Of danaaaad and ihanhargv.1 anlitlara. ' F'TOmpt attan
kon givan lonll rtHfiiaNla. Ad.lrai.M .
., , l WKAKIKY,
faht-lawlf Attnriwy-iUjIjaw, Iiaylou, (I.
uavui' aTiioiiu.
ATTOn!li;i. IT.Ls w.
OFFICE in OlPRg'a Building, No. 3 1 , Third alraa'l
Uotwoan Main awl Jll..raou. I lia tuoin. Ibriuar
lyoomipiod by Hon. C. L. Vsilaudigaalu.
rahMHWUiu
i) it . 7j " 3 7u jw'kv
O'L'f rnr"r '-'""low and Swnn.l 8tral. H
and Ktiirth ' "t Uiwoao Tl
HIS.
bird
lan-.vtaw4w
SEW STYLE lMlTlil.ES J
CARTES DE VISITE.
' rtll.1 tRXUTH CAUil rilOTOliRAl-H.
TA It KM AT
SHE B OK M. ' a , '
KOK
3 OO par Ona-1 lalf 1 )y.en.
Upholstery.
t'HARLKI
HAHCHKKi
(iE.VERAL II'HULSTEBEB,
OHIO BLOCK, TH1KII bTRRKT (AfK. RITTEI.Ia
wJV rMrti. ha I tuft, UUIO.
A LI. Uin.la of ITpholi.ti.nuit, uoh aa 8ifa, Chalra,
and nitcl, wiudowi-iirlaina huugand all kind, ul ra
immng dona at Ilia auorlaal nolioaaud ui..i.t raanona
ua taruta. . ......
K.r.MMyorOillrn.ir and Barnt-y,larki AOo
IhEAP INlOLSTEBi.
Al all kind, of Urnngva, Matlraaaaa, Dn.b.aa
Baddlng, Ac, al W nvlaaaja aud Kruul.
SOFiS AMI CIU1KS KK-STirrkD,
MATTRAaSIH RKNOVATkl).
Oornarof Main and gaoond .traala.orar ralii'.Kaloou
v. iv.. mi l.!.!.
,
Notaries.
JAM El "RiUY
Justice of the Peace
PoR
MAD H1VKH TOWNsnif,
lirll.l, maka liaaitaaud Mortaaaaa. draw Irll.-la.
f f ol Aarraiuaul, aud proiiiptly allaud lo tha -ol-la.
li-ai. )I..1H1 with hnn. '
M.B. tioud ClilUiart.al P.M.r anil nhiiM
Wtaa nought at nur rata. lull.lawam
JOHN 11. H'l'Ori'KI.MAN.
JUSTICE OFTHE PEACE
rAHV Pt'BI.Itl ANSI VUILUAL.COI.
- LkV I'IkU AUkUl,
ril,L pnanplly attaud lo all bu.ioa.. aainiatod
f to hi. t-an.. , ,
ok'KU-K lUKMn- armaaly on.uraad 'by Ju.tloa
: u A 'u uwa u. , aprra
AM tea' TKH M MM. JDN'ni'KOp ftlrt PEATI
AAU NOTARY PDIil.Kl. t.a-a, H kal Binldin
Jmtraou atraat, uaar tha rVnitr ..r 'l'i..nl m th.
roara loruiarly oouuiaad y Juataia Torrauaa. Para.....
lar auanuou laud to nuawiag l)ad., Muiaaaa Ooa
(raula. Bonda, au4 titaJ Papwra. Alao, aullartioua
sami
(
J
O
Furniture.
NO. 30K UliOONDH'ritKK'l'
. ...... a .
BRTWRRN Mara aud Jenaraoa, and aaal door tol
Marlow ;J are aiura. i
Allkiadaot Furuituea, Ohaiia, Hamaaaaa, Looklss'
9laaaaa,auwmboaold .. .......... . . .
l.PirCiii (hir- ' 7.
ThanaiaByotharpuniUur VVarroiu;u fTt.
wv, wwrauHia HU04, U'loruurt uriMupUt alia
alio.
MlLUrBABIRonOH.
f
..i
a.-ellawovtall
aiKi
aas
Medical.
DR. RODACK'S
, STOMACH
BITTERS
ARI SOT
TO BE EXCELLED
AS A
TOMAOUIU
, Jjegulatov
srnra
DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
Vvc cv a awedivevxve. ac
xxv'vVV. cwixe. o V.e li'v.
Vjv a. a v,xve.dJvo ma
W . "VT,, awA 8ox
KWW W, jO Ok .OaV,
Vvwvt, ae.,w vucv we.,v.e
tt.t. av!va.e, o 8.o.o.t
B'v,U, vxAxvcAv, y o.V.aft.
at Ve Yoke.Y Vvvwe, are. a
Bilious Fever,
Fever and jigue,
Liver Complaint,
Jaundioe,
Kidney Complaints,
vav wakv..'
ave. covi.o.a vave.
Ctwa oerSvv. voo axva
ve.v, uyVxAv vaV.e v
"Sit. BaosaK.,
UA.00 ViV0k WU
. S.OVlOoC Btfft
av Atv wvoaV fto-
"O. "Bt.oatW
U.
ats, Vv8, 8o.OAe., YtvewA,
"SV.VkeYJ, "BaWviVUk-
nis gitttr art put up in quart
bottlm, of whioK th abov it afaa-
timil: 2"h iai! it Jintlji n
gravd, arti it providtd with a
taft-guard from oounttrftittrt.
(Prtos $ I pr bottlt, or eix for $S.
C, V, tfubaak, Proprietor, ffo. 6
.,wt. Fowth lUittt, Cinoinnati, to
whom all criera r.hould bt ad-
drttrmd.
FOR 8AM. BY
WfliMlir.il and ' W Rlaaa.l', huylon; llroit. I
hryr, Hiainii.lairK; SMoklaaar. ('aim,; J 1 An.lar
aon. Ccnlraatlla: K Mvara. Na I .!...,..... u lku.
lniliUit(; 11 k lUuar. Wm.lHiiK, ) H ulwiua.
John. villa; Arnold tinl.11. Houih Atl-nalon: Jarol.
Suiyar, Haal llallinir-ra; J Kookla A tk , uvrtuaiilown;
W Murpla, Vaivialiai II Ni.-koia, Ijuatt., I) Kra,
riit-rTii;t; iiavaiunttc .lrT, Halvm; J V. Pyrrnoul.
William. A Hwanar. t Hlii..nr.r 1.... K . a
.., Parkarabura, aaS by Jlnwa.-I- and Man hanla
Sauarally lhiou(lioul lha I'mkal Mlalaa au.l t'ana
aa. dt-laulv
mm
u-l
to
MKLLKR VOI'IU'I
COOKING jHA.3STGr.SS.
THE BEST IX THE MARKET.
BOBKltT OQDKN,
jivriRiNBT.,'no tmoRs Rr.ow market.
I Aaarit la thi. rllv ae-l ram
nty for HKI.I.RR A
, ...... v . n...p m ,. u Mn. ilia ii . , .aa . 1 1
Apparaiua avar uivaiited.. lla pui. ikam uo la l
.nla, al lha ...weal rale. Uiry ear. ua arlorle
RaT oaa wha haatiMHl ihetn uUit luihau .unan
an.nra.
an, ina la-l (loot
Iw
. a l.vwe i
in rut,
oiiar
eupanor
'1 tterSlllaax i-ltntt WOl.kl Mlf llial ll hsaji. alaw(
todtuH'nor w or Fuin., nUti
riuuiunn niatonai, wtiit h iw wtllijut
Haw aaaj-a a aa.aa.eaa. aaaar IVRRW ui It aa n .
jVtfcrsoa.wodo:Dalo.ia,a:L
Uall aad SAaut.ua.
ROHkKl
Two
wA-roHhV
.w"f
Medical. Groceries, &c.
. mi,.
Wy,MarRV You Heard
, 03 aiiw
th Mews t
j J.-' a.-'miniok; ir-.'i.i.-
UA8 rar-alvad hi. naw Spring Stock, lnraa, wall .a
laolad aad of tha boat quality,
I ' ltiw. A.oalladandaotonadollar'Horil.or, J
.. KIM. 01WT8UOAB, AT WlNlCk'R.
Thant.a.t kind,
ilra. B. sot oua dollar's worth of. tha aica.t kiuit
TN CKNT 8UOAR, AT MJNIC. (I , , '
ltyMof"' ' " do11"'' "!' fh chomaai qual
KMiVrN CXNT SUGAR, AT iflNidK-K." "
Mr . aa. thai ha got tha l.t nukMrof rh-n
"HI0 OOPFKg AT J. A-Mii. k. -m..
Thaiha avar drank, aim Mra. B. Uya .Ira lla llo.
URKKK TRA AT a.i A.MlVal'JiL ,
Wlnlaavary body oall. gat. .,.! Umt trxoallaut
EXCKI.HIOK BYRliP, AT J. A. HINluk,.
Mr. M. aava ..a pnrohaaa.1 a hall harral of
. WltiTJC riH AT A VMKXh
laoi,l,llythal.thaaTaru.ad; alula tha auppur of
1 N.llACKllKIATJ,A.iNIU4va,
P"rr.,ro.:k'o,r.r"u u hi hr.-'"
HlOtiac PHIKl FRUIT, " "' '
. , , Ct.KFKRM AND TKAH, '" ' ' '"
- " ' 1 ' - StlUAK OK Al.t. RIH1;
Alhl lha lar(MI am. haat varlol, of (MAwrh a lo kaaa.n
illllia.-ily. ltialarKaa.lal4ihu.owi.,t,, 7
Corner of Market and Jeltarso Hla..
marling ,
J. B. C I liE RT & CO.
Wyol.RSAI.R HB.I.kKH IN
UBOCEBIES A.D LUllOiLN,
76 and 78 Jefferson it.. Duyton. O.
100 n"? K"' 0oM'."1 ' '..
Ja.r.oi"at." Ri'',, B''l!"r". 7f', ,,,J .'
Ill" I.Wa rx-UHo.1 wUiaky.
jjfjalin .;!'' """ 'f""rl""' W"k. "
.t?J.' t"' IUl"'u"' '" "nd Franaa, al 7S aad TS J-narwuj
It', kita No. 1 M,.i HI...I. - .. ..
No un.n u....,:..T. " ' .. ' "'"!" iiarrm. Al..
atraat.
....... n.-..., ,,,, 1,11.-. 7,, ,,.! 7- .1-.
UVi
Hp,,-,-, H.nna.1 MiKara, Alum, Roin, Tar, imam,,
.oiT.ur,:ait:!;r.;,s!rt.,,, K-p
1I Miitaof avery varu.ly ,. Vii.-uua Tab--.. .....
ra.va.lat7liaudia Wraon iri.t .
." half Ohfl- W,,,,,,.r, ,w,r,. , y,
Ju " a-
Medical. Groceries, &c. Carriages.
joh. t on a n, '
Carriage Manufacturer,
AT HIM OLD RTANO ; ...
On Stli at., batwaau J,r,nn .adl'.a.l,
jr kKIM i-onilaiilly ,ni h.u.l " -
(RrrlRices, BuKRlrt, Kmhlea, .
'h lha Int..; atylr. (r,d la-.r .in..1,i." 0J
lakau ill at.-lnuiK.. foraaw, an.la Mhaml prtM all.iiV
PK?mr3 ' ""'"' "SOJ al ttKl.L'ckl
CAHKlAliKrj.Bl'tifilKSd; KPm.yfl HAUO.Mi,
Third Rlraat, ICa.t or lha Taaal.
RaltdtMiraa.t
of fVa'a'a Mill, mmadlalary iwtla
ha MuBlfumrry kuuv, . ' r
UAYTON, OHIO.
afl
r i -k 5 -L VP
Medical. Groceries, &c. Carriages. Binding.
JILII X II. C. KM II It' aT
liOO lv B1K V
l AN BOOK MANUFACTORY.
vttgg't UHlldlaa, Viiir at., Marlon, o.
IKkslfctJ'T-v;JLY uoaouiara to (ha laiawaaa s-.n
ai..i .-.lib-u. ol liaviuo atnl au-iuilv. tl,ai I l..i.
li.l. ,t ui. a new aud .-.,i...ji- K...L i,. . L . .
a.iiiuuy i.rt paiad lu ut, all kuid. ,.i bin.a
-.uin. .u a ..via lu mi.ii ii.
lilt- lanla (.1 l.r u.o.!
hlauk blMik.nia.taloor.lar- M.....tn-- I...
II.-.1-
nu.ai, a..., nui.U iu aoy ntyla UVairr.!, old Buuk
II
il .n ...(.... .......... ..... . '
u" auppliad with Ibr In.i ,-tw.. ta ...a ..n il.. -.. A
.1 pOH.iula uuln-a. na..iji.-i...i. . ..
ilu-lla.l. n
Uuui -rU.opla.-.-.iN14 . old Wuu,d. flaa-a .
Built.' ni(, Third .treat. 1
klil-ia- to lw U.uad f.u Im IbO I -i- k' ... - .
Mu.au .u.ro. ""
.d"'! J Jt'LIIN .1 0 aWitu,
The Old EsUblishril lMmlerj.
.Anus. w. oin-a.K.
0ORNKR or MAIN AND TIIIKH Sill. KT, OVJSR
wenwn a.i.n.utiA ru u.rii'li,
MANllATllRKall kiaj. ol RI.ANK BOOKIf.-r
Cauolv Ottawa. Rank.. U.,1 I..-.. .-. . '
Oaa. Mau. aod olhara. M.m 1'
lyla.(romucanuup loli.&Uper uuna.
naal no. . lidor vvova paper u-e-l ou Rlaiik Wf.tk
naanuea, Panodaaua, Ao.. A.-., Iuuihii aa .1.1.
da.lrodi lu plain or gill; and bavin Ilia w,.., ...
marly uaad f,y Morta, and by tleujer. ha .. o.iiujj .
n,an-h all vuluniaa Iwund by them.
v.iu .... raoiaiud, and uiau to Uk brttoi taaa
h ra new l
Muaic U-und lBaay alyla dmwrad, an. I anoni; , Wa
auiera-auaiai l-luraorl..r,.j raar., wild auuar .a.lu.!!
avr IH. PA01AU MAt'liihK ..V. JLoT-u. S ;
.ly. and ia oaa of ...a mo., lniportai.1 tti,.i.i.,7t! .i
iapnuot Hay. II will ravurabjlv pu, alM u T .
dyk.udoi ii...k...iVA..AUz,'rr r""
.V-."1"" Faya aary parumlar aifiH.on a. i-ia.
.ritwal. kmu. ol Mm- with hmm rrl-Ha,l.
oadandotl.., work re.,ui,.ua uu,JZ ZTTH"Zi,
aa-Haviui, r-.utly Krely ad.nid kj hJir,'
putHa""' '" """"""'' pr.pJ, '
r, I ! ."0V "- of Mouhmiih-i ,
FroUe. Haike, and to tha 'ariou. luk.. lta.liu.3
ork.,a.,iata. Miami Van... , t,Zin .i .TZ
'dtrll
Watches, &c.
Watches and Clocks.;
iOHM REEVES " a ;
WtM'l.lr.-arlhillylufcrni hi. aid auah-oMaaaai
' Uh- puMi. reoe.ally ttiat ah.r an .1... ul
aaauu,, be tao. reiurieadlo Uaywa aod tab.. .a,,,
bruialll SM-iipaai l Janir ft. awwlw), , ,
oora Waal of Uia Foal OaV- I,.A ... Wl'
raap,,, la t OHdl hi. old cuaMia.Te aud a. u", L,
aa may la. or hiui wiui a oall au kiaaa
CL.rt.Hlt, AN JaVaLKr. .r
nialial
arii.i
o.fri
i
J
oall aad siaatias wot a.
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