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. . i.n i.ujm.i..;. no Main fltrt. DAI1.I trtHMUIC. P f ., . ityKifU tu m i -Tn) f 15 tf-r mail mnnit), lu . it-trie M 6 UH WKKKLt BMH1RIC. ' (i"Mpy p-r attiiutn, ... .92 do ar rut Kim niri!iititHlrf of tiiR m Mont, uvry i'OKMiy, Pity meal 10 advance id all'-riMea. JOB -H.IJsrTI.N-0 M a?ery lrTiptioii, ttXtNKiUhl an Mt-eain PrAeM.ia ft 1 i vts ami t ra;ioQRiilM prtuea. I It O H o t u m o TIIR DAYTON EMPIRE (DAILY AN1 WEEKLY.) Friend of (nttiliitiutiit Liberty, the JtAYT-ja RspitK, on-r-e m.ire rrtttt you, and take place alone; with the other tii)0rai,u paper of the Slate, an advocate of yotir priudplea and defender or your right. It ardeutly vxixwtA at ymtr randa warm and friendly reception. An iinprtnntuiinpki ia (mi ore 11, fraught with more of flood or evil than my which has eror pre ied d H. Th Lift of the Nation and the l.iberltH of the people are at ntuke. The coming monllin are preg uant wit-h mighty eventa, and every man ahoiild It fully 'piMid" oathe-mirr-Mit ta'-mea, ho an tit he nA lo pt-rform hi ditty aa heoinea a .Teaman. The grunt battle hot ween Oentrahand Power and Individual Lib erty Democracy and Uaa(ntim i now hHnu fought. If our people af true to thema-t-ilvee, the ConattlulioD and the aiiblune Uta.:hiiiint o our p-lriot fore rather ine eoni-iwt i-annoi im doubt fit). The reat miaMiou of the 1) em 00 ratio party, which haw ever atood aa the bulwark of the Union and the champion of the Conatttutiou, rend? 1 tia eutlre unity and bold attitude, to tin hour or natloual peril, a matter of vital oonoero. . The pAudmjt iMie 1a not leaa for the mai tenant of a united 00 tin try than for the prpetu aUon of Democratic prlnciplee aa expounded by Jef- feraon and Jaokoon. The moat moment out result hang upon theiMue. The pant in dead, aave in ita aoonaofeiperieiK'e, TheOonatitmion, If preserved, the beacon-light that w.ll guide tia to a point o aafoty Irom the preaent at' rm and con Hut U tram pled under foot and destroyed, we are forpver lost in darkaeaa, gloom, anarchy. It 114 the run Hon of the Jjemooratio party to pruaerve in-Laui that UonaUtuUon which nave ma Union. To that pnrty alone may con eerrative citiaena look for relief and a happy return to Uie proud daya of the KapuUte, when patvieemiled and prosperity reigned throughout the land. It la un quealionably the true Uniou party of the present day, The hfe-reoord of our glonoim Union and the aanoiity of the Constitution fully nunl thi drHnrntlon, 1 der Ua prudaut away and juiiioioua governinojtL the Union waa made a bleHmiiK. and the Uoiutiiutton aa rrwd bond at e)ua1Uy ftud nttious! tiapplnea. Turn whither we may, we vmu eee no ray ol hope for the future aalvatton of our country uo "Imjw dl promiti' wave in and through the triumph of the groat Uonti tutioual leinooruUi party, founded aa it ia on aodud prinoiplea and devoted unaiterabiy to the Union and perpetuity of fchi onre happy and pro-peroufl, but uow torn an J Ueiiug, uouutry. The Kanaa will go into the numpaign with all the euergv, vigor, and talent at the com man J" of ita oonductorH, and labor for the election of the liemo- cratie ticket headed by the two great champions ol Conatitutional Liberty, the exiled patriot Vaixamdio ham aud the brave and talented fuou. Weaak the patrouage of all the former Irienda of the paper, and will welcome aa many new aubacrfbers aa deaire to take a aound and reliable Democratic journal. 'I ia the determination of the Company to do a atrict caah buaiaeaa, and no paper will be aeut un leaa paid for in advauue Thia ia m rule from which they will not vary. All will be dealt with alike. TEUHfll Dally, per wear, hy mall,.. 00 wick, by tarrtari,) is Weekly, (ilnglaoo iy. piryar,) 00 (tlabof tin and upward,). 1 7ft fcMPIttK COMPANY, Propnetora. Tobacco Warehouse. l'AUI,ItlUKU UNDKB t'lTY (JKl'INANOK. IN IHA7 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE rUIHTKtt A UOW, l'roprletora, tot tli Innpaction idJ HiU of LEAF TOBACCO No. 14 Wait Print trel, bet. Ml ud Walnut, nr ltmbit l.anaing, OincJnnnti, Ohio. ToUuca Mill t A110II0D or PriTateljr; oirnxrn my dilr. AUCTION 8Al.ftX-TVB.inlYS, THHItSDAYS, SATUUDAYS. PHIVA1S SALES B VKIt Y DAY. Storage to Shipper Three Mouth free. Attention tfivn to Mlliog Pork. Lard, ami Flour. OoDHiifunteuU noholted. aullhiawbm Dry GOODS. J. P..HUBEK & SON, Na. UiU, TUIrd atr.t, Dayton, Olilo, WUOI.EBALK AND KETAIL DEALERS IN Dry Goo(ls,otlons,IIootsShocs, TOYS, 1IT you wiah goo la of any dem-ription aolu.eail on HUBkK HON. ir you wtan auouoneering aouv( 10 ine euy or oouutry, call ui UUbkHA.UN. Dry GOODS. Bindery. IN HKCKEL'S NEW BPTMUSO OYER TUI R-WPBO rFULIA anooiiaoea to theoiuaena or bay Uu and the mirroiiu'liiiguouuiry Out lie haa a uUihed a new ltooti Miuiery a( lira above piare, whera he ia prepared to b nd prioUd work of evry dennription, uuh aw riolitit, niuaio, o , ia ajy Htyle ordered. Uld buoka te-oound aa good a aww. Uavtui bu employed tor the hint atvn yttara in Odeli'a butderyMUd being prt'partMi udi ail kuule of worn, i irui thai 1 aball riive a portion 0 of publ lTd.tiu Songster. Vallandigham Songster. JUHT PI'BMMHKll-TilK VA'.LAMDIllHAM HONG BOi)K, oouUiniUK mmikw lor tlia uinwi. f ruj Uu oaol.; Urji riiwouot hy Uiaquauuty. J. WAL'JKA... l ul,li.l.I.. OoluwlMWi UlliO. W-ror aalt at liia KMPIHB OKHt. I , ' VOL. I. DAYTON, OHIO : WKUNKSDAY, S E lrI ' EM liEU 30, 1 8 G:3 . NO. 37 NEWS OF THE DAY. Tim tolegiajili cumiuunicstioD botwiHin N'slivillo and Cliattanoogt Iiun Wen cut off, and us a coiiHtHjiH'uce we have no late word from RoHeciBn'B arniy. The effect of tli non-eulitmoit of the Abolition war sliiiekem in maiiifent in tlio anuounuuniciit that the government, s'mce tlio defeat of IloHftcrau', will nnpil moro men for the army than was i,uiiti,iiiilatrd. A heavy draft i.s encvitable iiiiIchk Uie Ah olitioniut volmiteer to fill up the depleted ranKH of the army. They are loud for war, hut dopH anybody mitpt, for a mo ment, that any of them will volunteer, or vn go when drafted. - There is no indication of a movement on Rapidau. liee and Meade' armies are watching each other with sleepless vigi lance. There is very little known of the move. mcnts of Rosncrans and Brads'. There are any amount of rumors but no reliable news. An arrival at Wahhhigton from New- bcrn North Carolina, reports that there have bean no important movements on the part of our troops, and General Foa- er's efforts are directed principally to the strengthening of his positions, so as t meet an attack of the rebels should they advance. It appears that thoy have mass ed their troops near our positions, wheth er for attack r menace is not evident. General Foster's laud force is larger than is generally supposed, and he has, in addi tion, the aid : of a iiiiiiiIht of- gun boats. :' . The Chicago Timet says that in June ast the Administration newspapers aver red that we had 32,000 negio troops in the field. In the late circular of Secreta ry Seward he estimated them at 20,000. He of course had means of obtaining exact iuforuiatiou, and it ia not probable that he placed the number at lower figures than the uiusWr rolls footed. We were assur ed that, hy the 1st of August, we would have a hunched thousand colored soldiers in the field, who would supply the pluccs of that number f whitu men, ' After the strenuous exertions of Mrs. Thomas und the threats of tlio administration against all officers who refused to co-operate with ler, we have the result stated by the Sec retary of State. Of this 20,000 there are not probably ten who are effective troops, or Ct to do any other duty than to perform the drudgery of camps. Tlio mountain ias labored, and what a small mouse and black mouse haa it brought forth! Fourteen otliccrs were dismissed from the army lost week for disgraceful con duct. The list might he extended. The Navy Department has reoeived dis patches recently from Charleston, hut their contents are not allowed publicly. "The present lull there," it is said, "only pre. cedes a storm." The Federal column engaged in the re- cent Babiuo l'uss expedition have joined the army which is moving into Texas by the overland route. , The troops, at lutest dvices, were moving rapidly toward Brashear City and Berwick Bay. The force is a formidable one, and the occupa tion of Texas by it is considered a fixed fact. The soldiers of the l'otomao Army are preparing a testimonial for their old com mander General McClellau. It is to bo urchuscd by subscription mouey raised among the troops, and will no doubt be Dinothing extremely handsome. The Richmond Dispatch of the 23d mst., says : "J he information reoeived yesterday induces the belief that active op erations have commenced on the line of the IUpiduu. Passengers hy the Central train last night state that while at (ior- donsville they heard heavy firing iu the direction of Orange Court House, and that the report of artillery had Leou distinctly heard at different stations south of Gor- ousville. . It was the impivssion of sever al with whom we conversed that a general action was in progress. , Uu Monday evening a spirited cavalry fight took place iu Madison county, in which the cntniy were driven back with some loss.' Ye were unable to learn any details as to our loss or that of the enemy, except that we had captured a lot of pris oners. 8. 8 t-iahbAuifhl-t City and Other Matters. Traveler's Register. sriYalna arrtranri Jpnrifrom Hi llni.in l)iiat hiuiiv; OlNUINNATI, UaMILTOM AND (lAVTOM Depart. Tnuiiivlllp niul Ht. I.oikn Mail. :i :Mt a m Cincinnati A.vmmnioilHt on T.AS h in Oioninnali Mail ....4tNip in Oitc'iunali Ai.i.iiiiinuilHthii 7iA p m rttopn at MiiMIHfiwtmiitl llttiminni onlv. A r . fl :tln in .Mm r tn B in . m l :NI Dattor, XtNTA ani Ci.t.UMaii. KiiAierti KxjirsMn 11:4(1 n m OoltimliiiN AiK'oiniiifiititiiim S'A-ii p in Xsma AffoinmotlHlloii s lop tn Kiitprn Kxprt.Hn I lift h in .1 l.i a in S .U i m "ini-.ua in trsm l.mfnn ilnilv xiepl siiii.l.iyn. Pa.a.nftri an thmtnuu iniirtt pnrchnMt t j.,r t il mi fa wiiun. iv.mi p ill. SASIitllBT, rtAVTdS AMI OmiMNSATt. HnniliiAkjr mail . s 40 a m T'."iiam nuniariiie Acoonuii Miatina s:lti p ni .1:40 tn Daytos Amr Miohioan. i:iucao Hail 8 91 a in T 90 a m CtilcaKoauit lititroil hutirfMs.n.S:ar, p m , T:ln) p ro INOUMA UaNTSAL AND IMTTOfl A WBCTtaH, nt. ijgiiih anu t.nicnKO mril a. as in II .1ft a m liidlanapoha Acooniinoilation... 3:(Kl p ro S:(io p m I1ATT0N a UMOR. A(rotnmodnlion :4ft n m l:4ra m SAMUEL W, KING, Agent. Evening SchooL Mr. Frederick Uussonir, who is well known awuug the German citi.en here, has opened and erening school for the purpose of teachinjr the diffi-Teiit branches in German and Knulinh, which young men nerd to enable lueni u ufcome soou business men including tingle and double entry Book-keep ing. lyQinpeusarion rcasonuuie. -Apply tit his residence, No. 1 Green street. City Council. [Reported for the Empire by A. Stephans, City Clerk.] TUESDAY, September 29, 1863. Present Messrs, A. Decker. Dicker. Id- dings, Rogers, Kierste'l, Gilldnnd, Minick, Lehman, Thomas, J. Decker lud l,ovo. Minutes of the last meolinir were read and approved. A petition was received from lienrv S. Fowler and others recommendinir C. G Schloiterback for the position of Kngineer lor oteam riretDgine tn the Western l)i triut. Keceived and laid over one week. A Communication was received from th Directors of the Oregon Fire Company pro- ! . 11 ... .t n:.- .t. i i J 1 puniug vuaeu w ius iij uie noraes, narness, stable, io , belonging to said Company for $4011, horses, stable ic , excepting harness tor 4 lb or lor horses alone y.t lll. Kecoived and 'aid over one week. The Street Commissioner presented bis re port for the month ending Meptember 29lh which was received and allowed. The Market Master presented his report for me month ol (September, wUieh was received and placed on file. Tt TUN IJoHOKAHI.K MkMBKKS Of Tlir. ClTT Cou.vuti,: The Committee on Fire Depart ment beg leave to make the following reuort. after a careful investigation we find that the following plan will he the best for Btables at the l-.neine Mouses, with dimensions as snec tied ia the draft below. Stables can be built of brick or wood nearly at the same cost. The Committee was instructed to find ont how much the Oregon hnsme horses oonld be bought fur. The Committee of that Com pany inlormed ns that they would take $3C0 tor tne two norses, baiters and blankets and stable, lour Committee would offer the following: JUtolved, That the Committee be instruct ed to receive bids for building brick or frame stables to tbe Deluge, Oregon and Neptune Houses, in accordance with the plan present ed by the Fire Department Committee, until Tuesday October titb, lKull, report bids to the Council, J. A. MlMU'K, In r,. ,. J. Dacua. f Com' 00 FlrB DP By Mr. Love, Retohtd, That the Mayor and Marshal are hereby anthorixed to appoint one additional Policeman in each Ward to serve from the Vth to the lClh October, and on the day of the general Election, if the Mayor deems it necessary; the number not to exceed the Ordinance on the subject passed December l'J, lB.'iti. Adopted Mr. Kiersted offered the following: Jteiohed, That the City Clerk be authoris ed and direoied to prepare twenty city bonds, in the sum of one thousand dollars each, for the purchase of steam fire engines, and to1 meet the expense incident to the establish- i ment of the new Steam t ire Department, j bonds to bear six per cent interest, pay- i l-,,nUrl,, able annually on the 1.1 day of July, aiVth. ! principal of said bonds, to be mode payable as j ' follows: 6, July l, iwoo; 7, July 1, 1866; 7 ' July I. 18DT, total, 20. I By Mr. Love, h'aolved, That the Mayor' is hereby directed to issue his proclamation to all persons that have ardent spirits to sell, ' by retail, as a beverage, in tb. city of Dayton, be requested not to sell spirits or malt linuor on the 13th day of Oetober, between the of U."d0aa8r l0Ck M' 4 l0tk M' Bf Mr. Thomas. Itttolvtd. That the Pom- oiittee oo Jail lie authorized to purchase a coal stove for the use of the station house, t suiiie iur mr n iTuiQiuouia air at lint i. j. i hmiih for lii IK; Jos B Johns for $59 10; . Geo W 8pitlsr for 37; Jas Wamnler for $1761; Lewi. Whiteman for $17 42; August ; fleckworth tor f 17 4ft Oobn Stabler for $12,- j !W; Jas Allison for $8 65 and Jas H Foster ' for $7 54, was referred to the Market Master i for collection. Tbe following bills were allowed : Casper Wise 4 Co. i"7 00; bhaffer ft Kritatr $71 91; V Geiger $26 79; Goo Shwina $i3U; I Crowed $ I a 00; J Uuterbach $ 1 1 03; J() Stuuman $745. Chas Aoderwn 5S0; H . J 77; Jm MIt $3 0(k W T OiVio! JODD Kastor 1 .3. i Annrdinanee annronriatiiiff ftl ft't.t Al fr.im flenaral Kxnanae Fundtn mi iiirnln i.:ii. (Of itxpsnse rtinu, to pay sundry bills i allowed by Council during tbe month of law Heptember, was read and approved. ' Vf I. . . 1st, Council Adjonroea. to-morrow. to on '" V - aw The MUltia Drill On yesterday, the !llh mat , the niitnrihed militia were out on drill in tlio suburbs of the oily. The day was n exoi-edingly agreeable one, and the nun bers iu utteuduace were unexpectedly larg Mili'.ia Drills have ever been the source ol niu:li amusing comment. They generally present n motley spectacle, whoso most luugh able features are irregularity of moveim'nl and the Innumerable varieties of dress, com bined in a mass of men whose service is tori oflen rendered rslher lo erape a tine, than lo inerfei iliemsrlvea in the military ait Yes terday nil lliitl has been written nud said of an , amusing character eoucerning militia drills was realized to the perfect satisfaction u well of those who were mere spectators, of those who participated ill the slranire twtutioiiB of Hardee; and yul, us we looked upon the scene, we could but feel that the undisciplined men before us constituted the chief bulwark of the State, and the surest tn irenchoiont of popubr liberty. There were three revimeuts on drill Colonels (Irnrir,. W.,Honk, David A. Houk aud J. K. Mclniyre. These oflicers were handsomely attired in uniform riding upon haughty and gallant steeds, and presenting an air of decided mil itary importance. Several Companies were armed and uuilormed and their appearance was quite creditable; the remainder were at tired in the variously chosen dress of the citi- r.en unarmed. W were much gratified to witness ho large a display, evincing as it did the prompt ness with which our people conform to the regulations of the State. The officers deserve great praise for the energy thev have show n organizing their respective reirimsnts Wo hope to see the militia of Ohio fullv dis eiplined and equipped. They are the basis of our defence aud security us a common wealth. Must be Stopped.-We are informed that a purcel of Abolition rowdies, and we are orry lo say there were females among them went to the residences of Democrats in Ore gon last uigbt, and made nigbt hideous -vith their yells aud obscene language. They even went so lar as to titrow stones against one or two homos in which Democrats reside W give these outlaws timely warning that soeh iiidignitius will not bo longer submitted to. te , ... . ii repesieu some body will get hurt. J bat s all. ding last evening. Several of our citizens ae said .. mi;m., r . i . . P ' "'n'l'- h""-""gmg is most excellent, and does Grand Mas Meeting at German town, Ihere will be a gr od rally of the Democracy of German and adjacent township nt Uermantown ou 1 uesday October the sixtli lion. Miltou Sayler, of Cincinnati, Judge W. J. Gilmore, and J. U. Foos, Ksq , of Eaton, D. A. Houk, Esq., of Dayton, and other able speakers will be present and address tb; meeting. We hope the frieuds of , Liberty and the "Constitution at it was," will turn out in force, and make the rally at German town a gathering long to be retnembere 1. To-Morrow. We sincerely trust no D m ocrat will so far furgnt the teachings of Dem ocratic principles as to give the opposition the least cause for complaint during their mentiur- Notwithstanding tbo disrepula Me course pursued by Abolition men and wo men towards Democrats on the duy of their meeting, we hope no Democrat will so de mean himself ai to imitate their bad exam ple- -- Meeting The Hibernian Beneficial So ciety, will bold a meeting at its Hall, Friday evening, Oct. 2nd, for the purpose of elect ing ollioers. The members are all requested be present. By order of the President. Jos. Finch, Sec'y. - - - -- Democratic Glee Club The young Is. dies Democratic Glee Club were out Serena- crean i-j ine singers ana their instructor. .. , . Hlll Ball The Hibernian Sociely K'vs grand Ball at Hibernian Hall, corner of JetTersou and Second streets, this e,8iri,. It will be a splendid affair. Tickets """ar' in"tinJady and gentleman, run.-Hm.mbe,"the Ball' to U given by ' company next l nursday even October 1st, and secure four partner while you Lave a chance. Tickets only fifty 0Dti; mum ben free. -w . Meeting at FarmersviUe There will . n l- ,. -7. w n C. 7Z ' """" "V PrM"i and address the meeting. th Kv-ry n nil- -pKriCIVKD X r Sold Wants. aa swl larntaa lityaoul el doora,'ar o al iu uenerai ,,(.... t,.i a-oitii o.r.at.ma. u,. .mom.i. liu. i i Hi siaia , Miuaiaaaaot aw n..iu ua atiy ' r"' -r' "in f-ll at No. Mi arru ,t, on. Ohio. - r a, .in. WATED IMMKIilATEM vn,,idok '"VTl ' NK Kimdoook nod eae chain laarmatd at Uie Chi- coruer ol nuiti aud Maiu atievu. eoudi Ltwia sntACKKm i.ah a Um oar oanllor oua or tD,.....l. - uroil on anJ or Ihnta huu.lrad aao t.w.t . m- ,j tlra. Jtt.lAN ULAK. liaytoD, Oluj. lour or on t-i or the aoil trai Amusements. I.ETIR. OF T h E fJllA M PI0S. IIIJHTOiN TdtALL. FOR TWO KK.I1TM 0.I,T. Mi .MlAV and Tl KSIIAY, 01T0HKK 3 and NeitHis' M I INT STRELS w.wAiaB Bvisir BURLESQUE OLD FOLKS', CONCERT. l'Youi Ihclr Oiim's lloiiaif, ftoa.1- in. KVKiivrniNo nkw- Nti't iiiNn di n un worn mii. ,i ,((: , t,Kv FKATUnKH ANU NKW ATTKAl.'TloNs. Seven Icon EKtabllslicd Artisles. Also the wuudr of the werld, MH, UKORUK b DOLL, The diatmgumhtxt muniuil gnuiua.aod hm wunderfu! OH YaT ALB NI A. The flrrtt and only iimlruinent of the kin 1 ever eihib ited. , 8t wammnth pnH'era,NtinibletN ai'i prndnmtuiea An entire chmige of p'OKrHinnie aa. li m;hc. iiiom open at . o'l-locs; to cuuimttina al 7Vi. Carda r Atlmlaalon, ila Caata. aiuiirepn niaiomii.ffiit pn-lurwn ot tlm nipnilif.rH of im t ,oii(w, taueii oy Lnrl Mintoii, or Uui-lwu, nil l"Krl.nil lollinlintnl rnillllr, Lollil in. iti.l l ,,n rAiitoiiion in irant Ol m II nil dunrx Ihe iltty. . . 0. A. MUKU1S, Mnn"r. , A. Aaa.rr. Agenl wMII JiVlNTID BALL TO BE GIVEN BY THR Deluge Fire Company. So. 4, ON TllinsilAY RVEJilXG, 0CT0B1CR 1st, 1X03, AT THE HALL OF THE DELUGE ENGINE HOUSE Tlrlt.la ..... 00 t.r.1. MEMBERS FUEE. Mllli' by Faln liild'a Cotillon Hand. atifl G Tt X N D B A L L TO UU UIVKN BV The Fir. t Regimental Kand THl'KSIIilf KVK.mu, OtTOEER S, 1803 AT aJBOKBL HALL Tlehala, ....... Adniltllnu trenllaniitn an.l Im.Ii.m Th proonoda axa lo ba uh1 in nirot-liiOK a umf.irm Special Notices. Wynkoon's Iceland l'ertora fimriH(4itot the lliritnt. 'hfNtmid pnimiDHi v ortnn arc nvi r pifVttU-ni, innidioiiR and aMnirruu-. 1 1, prniM'ien uf a medicine to uth-viaiM, cure hik m nm U.et ciiiidaiiu, iniiHl im i ii.vuivtk, ai..iyiiMnni mviicnnirunf, louden iiiaf ltn iiuk-mii of ine ihroni. ni iiifui.-iM M-if-nt-e ev?r iimclHii-a Un clawH ol dot H.stH wite nr. wyukwu'd lm utd I'pLoin It t. ns..l . in out aMUiniMliiiitf rfhii ir- iu nil ,'hhhm or hrmirhit. iiifltitttiaa, Hliuopiun eoiiMh, tlij-ihi-rla or puind afre iiruiu, nnillMIH, I'UMlf), (r.JlijrllM, KWUIH, lltjrVullN (mil Jhtt KT J..I. Priltir t'rrt illii ttml. ha n-..,( li nyiiHooiiH ri-inai tor Mevtris vcarn. tiivudi nnl i my muni.,, lor mtt ptuniotiitry (riniii4ini, iirti-n rm:uiniiieiiufU H in UiritlV OirierM. RIl.l htlVi navi aecn na Miuai. 1 JidT.J. J. rotttr, orooklya !i. V U llnasff d alll ItlDllMaildai nl lliilxirlatiL L.lm,,, alKitould Ite prothd, wl lowing lia remarkahle rurP It it ru,n(,oj.ad of aura Irt'land MoKn, Haltn of Oil ad, I'l rilVIHII liallUlll. KltM-HllltilUIA. I iHMlra.W. Unr. dock, and Mitrr inva'nthio eijwfs.rrnt mid Iomc m MiM.iiHiilst. Ii ia inaraiifMft, proiniil and laithDu. In nlHtt and ttiid'-rnrM raniint uft.ii'.I ic ui.i u im.1 titiiiilY "tiuotd titv II. ll ia rvmarkia- Im tor roup, rtiu ilcwnitUf m, rv iinniudulioiir4 anJ di rccunna afH'ouiimnv uli borUv. Hold in ImyLon hy W W. Mt-v-rt and all pru.ri,:J I'moMrt d by Pr. K. 1). Wyukoon, and auld hv I. H. aiauuva sjp aUfHs B aCkl IV HKlMSl'iiKK'rH nimitable Hair Kestoratlve. IT 18 WOT A UVE, id maUiroa urny liair to ita onitiual color, hv nuimlt. the t aoillary luln-i With natural uatintim'c. im wired hy or dtcuM. All UhlaoLaiitwiiM d a,r f)inriol ut lunnr mitalir . dt:niyitif( lht f lU ily and rnuiy tn 1 1 it nrur, nan n.ini u Ulttiuawiveh uu urttM- ilf HiiHtrHfi a lituniUtlalv CutumiK nnl only rtt tloreo tiaur In i(h natural oolor hv an nmv urofnms. hut giTfi uir nair a i Iai'AJliIAi I JIKAU J 1, ProinotVa ita vnVflh, irtvmt i(a falliim off t r di oaiaa UMaiiruii, alia itiana nraiih ami (lHtaamiiiai the littavi. it tia aUKKl the ( iai of lime, bema (In ninal Hair Colonnti, andia cODntantly intTannDtf iu iTr. taed hy uulli g aDllnieoaiid ladttta. It it. ild rx-iMi'.e dt'alfTH.ot cuu i jroH'itivd hy turrit the Mrninr"Al arrniti, It, t. kurtnn & t'o.. '2 x ttroa.inay, )uik. Iwutuwt, hlty cLii and ul lollnr. ttijull r-uil Special Notices. Oysters, Fruits, &c. O. . MAI.TJIVH FItEBII OYST35IIS dailriti ail) auprly at N A flllatOD y rtunuti, aeaMix1 k, C. MAXVVt.uL. T. K. POTTEH, WhuieKaie and iftail dealer in Fresh, Spiced and Cove Oysters, HlKKH l.AkK FISH BVTHK IIAHKKL, riKiii rr Pvr.oa. 1 in, t oiiiuiiliouary, L'luara, 1'ooaoao, Martltuaa. I.r K,l.s, rii-kton, Nawl.iiHr. Maaa,ur rttMlicala, Ao. Agent tor M.lXJf ii to.'t Ojstcrs, BEl'KVr I) HAILT, VS Third straat, wall ml PaataMea, ' Dayton, Ohio, auasdir M.OHIl,IMr.,A.al. For Sale. VAMlAltM-l KA II M 1 OH WALK IWlrt ia H my rarm o( one hundred and antv !, ttiiiHi srn mil att ul ( Vatttrville a d mi ef fiat of Miaiiiiatmrg. Iadlicll itti-lhar to rieiar4te patk iu isuil ur hai. fl he !. tialf, arh-t-a are Ih- x-niiawint impn vmtiilk rHtnmt diviiifMt, but (hv m tm i.ajf mmj u tp liinr iwnir e.-r The lartn la una of the bet id iMiuiuy, aud la veil tvapUid to euro, gruias ai ... betwu.a. alo, all km n ol omrcala. hvin 'hin bias k ilMsiB ia ao.Hl on0.ni tf ap,,! aia.1 pHiii aisH. a .H.l.t''tttiuM and m4ki4itiihou. Tlir httiulintt a:e ol K'H-J ounliiy. Teiaua r ta'Ja tin J j. hkl.Vll.Lb.uu U.a'premiata, loiuual iHipj J yu-a or a or na-pilly araal AUVKUI IMIaU K A l at a. J N DAILY, r" ' ' Unaanai, (eighty wort, aolki) oftefnartitA... W (.me aquare, thre darH.,.MMV. 1 bO Oie auaff ne MK...H, 1 ynm enuare, oda aiorih...,..-............ V ft1 ! Orm aiaAr, thr nirt.thn,..; '. T ; One auara, atx luoutbts ,..u ,.,r.,.., 10 W I AM KfckLr. ' ' 1 ,' ; Oue nnuare, eighty rla. n week, .....9 0 Per aiuari each wenk iu addition ...as...a. 'cr aquare. one year H .H It 9 erieriti lor Aovaitiietmnui oouityuiat a iinate iMe. or for a Winner ptriMJ ihanalsnve niectfivil, ma.i j known at (he Counting Rimtn. aaTAtl advcrtiMnM t I arei-harRfd at theai-ute rata. unleMN n wnUfnaree rrtwnt l ntada prevtoua w- ir-nfrhon aMf' All oanuai ad j MaManaM Professional Cards. uiu. tt.soua. ioaa a. aj'suaon KOUK SIoMAIIOM, ITTOItlVKTS.AT.LAW UKUCE NO. Sa.'i'tllEBHTRKItT, IjAYTOW, Kooth hcrntoinra oi-upia.! l.y i. A. MfMahoo, Slat .ii.ornalut tlia M. K cliurub Dear Maiuat. aillVtlly ". KctPPi', . , A T I'O It N U Y A T L A W , 1A I'OJi, OUIO. ' ' o fKIIIK Willi llil. T. i, H. Hrniiht in rifg'a HAilH.li l.inlii.i. M 1UOMAH O. lOWaVV ATTORNEY AT LAW UAV'i'ON, OHIO, WILL K.ta prompt atlaullou lo all IsiAiOaaa an-IIU-O.-ll U, IIIH IIMIV. iiiIii h 111 iliti 1-oi.iofln.r Htill.linK. upstair.1 anlvy UAviu A. HULK, " "." A V T O K Mi. .. T - V A . ' i vKJ toKin Oloax'a Building, No. 814,Tblrdaliel J u tttao Maiu atiU Jsllarnoa. A liaruoutaloru.vr- i o.u.ujl-u by iluu. 0. L. V ttllaudlKtiBUl. aJlSdawlim UK. CIIAHLMS R. 11. HUEUt H, MKOI'litmiu of Aoi-wiil and Modi.ru LanniiagiM 1. via: ltun, tireK, racuh, Spauuli, (iannau, and -iMltAii,cou(iiiut. tottuliitiii InUiub ituo auiuli-iuoo al .l.i. rt.t.iaulM.0 ol hla rt..Hpc-t.-ov Sfholarji, alio al bin jw u olln-c, nei-kHl'B btlililin, Au. lo. aulsilblll PK.VSIOXS, liOl.m LAXUaud BACK PAV. THOMAS U. LOWE, ATTORNEl KJK t' lLl.Kt'TlON OF Soldiers' tiaims,Bounty Mouey, iiuutc Pur and Pensions, KUK WUJOWS, KATUBUd OK MOTUKHS. SOI. h lis UU llblUS. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Oollaola through Tallniadxe A Uo., of Coluinbua, (Uuo, auu tjtaiii.loit, Lt. C. auiw A. O. KuLLlVAN, T PAPER HANGER KOUM IN I'USTOI'KlChl BlIILUINU, ho. IS.HBl i UM t Louu. aludiim M, P. NoLAM, 7" "7 IjAVTON, OHIO. ' 0J'KICU uli juj'a Hiiildm'i hlrdt; aulsdi lJli. '1 L. f NEAL; OPI-'XCK: .Vortu-wcst corner Mala and lour la, Uriels, 11U Alain. aunsjiiiu . , . . , i Sl. UIKItS aTmTT. Bill XT V, PKXblOXhA AUKEAK8 0V PAV Inn. wmoiraaod liairaol tlM.aaaed aoldiart; alio, I Arranra ut I'aj- Una KaalKnatl Olticcra aittl Ul.rhaiKcil auittlrra tl .In tui aitlioul delity. aud on rcaaooaole larnia CUUNSLL AND INFORMATION GRATIS. AoeO ' orauuii... M. i: NOLAN. "II (' I'liil.liiu, I Inrd aiilKiaaJ'ii THOMA, I tMMtHUll ..aaTUSs s juattaa. JSTKU" lVlRM M iiiu;.MiKH db Jordan, oavton,oiiio. OKKIDK i.r tlir ..uroerot Third and MaiBMivu "'"i l'..yno llHiik. aiiiw.lantt Hardware. J A SI KM BHAt RI.ISI, ' ' tlealel In Coopers' Tools, Hard were, tic. fto, Jib j tilrd tret. jlh lNti apra- ural uwHidaniu, i know ahac kind ot XJ i oid mt habiua nwa, mid aWeuivd a atw-a- to their aiuiia. , Hit and n e ui ...y IT -A. It 13 W A. Ii . BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. eliaMsl in Mia toaainaali raloa, nai .... Mechanic's Tools, Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Hardware, Farming Tools,' TABLK AM) roi'KET IITLERV, Mill A. cul 1 Irtulur sani, all olharlionda in Ilia llanl.ar. I.... it,i,r,lo -.1 a, !.. , ,ou tlul M,M KMXi aba axainiiit, our .-tojk iKIora l.nn-l.ak,,, . .1.-. -'' ANljiasoN DOBBINS. '-' Livery Stable. J A UaCS CATHCAUT'g LIVERY STABLE. AT hnea isllf 'a ol I uud. JrSoi-aon .Iraet, Imma dutlaly, ,.1,0.11,. Um, uiark.l.ah.r. alt nuiaa Um at Laruaaa hoiaaa, Uiaalaa. oax- Mm, A.l. I., ia aiao rrayarad to aa.p boraaa by I ha waS a) i Livery Stable. For Sale. IHifKIISS aoora a.-.u ..... liava lia.-u iluri and turiv ' MiaiHivitia ro.rt. lor mo. Will ...... . . li ma. Ad-iraaa K. HITIK a (WjMrlOil fo.lyffM. ... qVIK f HaMIUM rAKM ,.( Kaudolommu.Jiidl. Ulna, .uk,or,ial,u,il..a-lino,u miaraau ) oo larn.a to ami uk l..r, :u.io.vr.aL li.ia .-Irlol larw ol lour huu.lim mat twaaav ' tai,.,!.!,,,,.!, , ii,. M.a a.,,,,. ,um'. (,no. al,ul I.., hiindrwt and S.ly a, r. ol Sral . wulvrvd ul f.n.-r.. a-.od au..r. .., .T. 1 rail is. auuu Addeaaa aiuldaaiia anudl nnl.l ... oa bro, ood uwlm, fcoo-s, M,lr.J,.,, and u.,d. uJ a:.t,iil,.. .1,1,1 siiIm, ,., u, BaUaioiutaa aaT- r.a.J.lu Ih. i-a.,i.u...V.ll.y.a,.I, ,. 1,. . of I uiou C .Ik. JIuiuuiju. m.a.-.- 1 WILLIAM H, t.OCB.