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linmfi rvrtt tttinin si lioijilre BulMliis;, " Mvitn direct. DAILY KMriKR, For week, (psTHliie u tJarrtera) By meil per milium, lu a.iranoe, ..I it WRKKLV RAIP1RIC, r minn'i " One ropy par minn'it.. (jo'titiry county, i' ijriurni in aiif.i.ica in ananee. n job o?fiTd"Tiisrt of ftvf-ry diwriptinn, axr?iiti. on BtMtuf rrrftftea.in he i clvUi, and Ml rtiMMMiuMA pru eF. p rt o a ij k o T u a -( or Tni DAYTON EMFIIIE. (DAILY AND WEKKLY.) . . Viian.it of Ciintllntiotiiil Liliarty, the JJatt.s Empire, onoe more itreets you, aiiti tukos a plaee elona; with tha iv.hnr Ii.tio,--rail.! paper 6f the fcuue, hi an a-Iviste of your prlnelplee and ilefeinlur of ycur nlm II eriemly eipeett "it your i anile warm au.l frlemlly rerepnr.n. ) i Au liii;muiitoiin, i m I t'lO u, fraught villi mm ol a-iod or ovil l hi i iuiy w u iti Un over pre led el it. Tin Life of the Mninn ami the Liberties of the people aro at stake. The; coming months are pr unit ltn mitliiy ernnu, anl every man etiould be fully "posted" on tho ourrent is. ties, ao aa lo be able to perform Inn duiyas becomes a freeman. The greet b ittle Dotwccn Ceutralned Power and Individual Lib erlf Di-mooraOT anil Despotism -t now beinn fought- If our poopl.i are true to ttietmelven, the Constitution and the aulillinn teachings o' our pitriot ' fnrnlhthera, tho onnt.wt cannot be dotiMnil. Tho ;,ro4 misaiosoftlie DaiiinoiMioiwrly, vrhlili has ever tood aa tnn bulwuik of the Union and tho champion of thi Uonstitutlo.i, renders H enure unity and bold atlltujo, lu this hour of national peril, a matter ol vital ooncrni. The ponding. iai.ua is But leas fur llie maintenance of a iinilaa eounlry than for the perpetu ation ol Uoinourutio prlnclpl a as etpoun.itd by Jef. (arson and Jackson. Th triojt nnmonioua refills hanjj uponitiotrsuo. Thn ptat la dead, enve In Its ejonaofoxperlon..s. TheCoiialitiirion.triireerrved, a the betoon light that w.ll uido us to a point o aafety from the present at- rm aud oontli 1 1 II tram pled unuor loot and datroyd, a ra forever lost In darkness, gloom, aumdiy. It Is tin mission of the Demoecatio party to praserTa Intact that Constitution which gare u-. a Union. To that psrty alone may oon serraUTa eitiiene look for relief aud a h;py return to the proud daya of the Republm, when peso smiled aud prosperity reigned throughout the .and. itisun a,uealionably the true Uulon psrty of the present daj, 'i'ha lile rBcordol'ouriilurioita Union and the aanctliy of the Constitution fully af .est this declarallon, as un di r Ite prudent away and judicious Rov-rnment the Union was msdo a bless! nz and the Oon.titution ea urai bond ol equality and UAtlonal happiness. Turn whither wa may, wo can aenoryol hope for Uifc future ealvatlon of our country no "bow ol promise" save in and through the irlumph ofthe Jjreat Consti tutional Uomoorntiii parly, fonn led as it is on toJtid prino pica and devuled uiialtoiably to the b'nia and perpotuiiy of thli ouoo Inppy auJ properoui, tail now torn an I blscdmt, couuiry. l'h.i Eanas will jjo into the j'ainpaVtn with !( the mtarny, rigor, and lali nl at the iwuiuimd of lis ' tuudwtora, and labtr for the leetinn , of Iho I'enio iM itie tfckM headed hy Die two great elrnnpions ol " Cout.lution:il I.ihsrty, the exilod ptnlot Vai.hxHu. mam and the brave and talented Pioil. Wo ask the patronage of all the former Irlends HI Ilia piper, an 1 will welcome as nisny uow sub-crlliers ' at desire to take a sound and r. Iisl.la liamonralic Joiirn.il. ! 'tis the determination of the Ooinpany to do . a aunn o.u hu i.osi., aud no paper will ! snt nti lea p ild for In advaiu This la a rula from whiali they will not vary. All will be dealt with slil.e. ' Tk.llM.4l ' DwIlTi V r (by mall,) ..(! 10 Wfl. l"7 p .,.. Weekly, (alnBle r y, pr year,) ... 0 , (Clubs or lets and upward,). 1 7A KMPI..K COMI'ANY, I'ruprietora. ' Tobacco Warehouse. I wULlBuFu'liiitOIT Oltl)m.NUE IN IMiT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 1MUSTKK Si HOW, Proprletori, Fur tli Inspection ted of LEAF TOBACCO Ma. 1 Wast tTront etreet, bel. Main and Walnut, isear Steamboat Laudlai, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tobsnco told at Auction or Privately, aa owners may desir. AVCriON SMEfl-TVE3BAY Tfff'J'JM M, SATURDAYS. I'HIVATR Ehlii DAY. Btorago to Shippers Three Montht Freo. Attention given to selling Pork, Lard, and Flour, Consititirnent solluiled. aiiHlwBm Dry Goods. J. P.-UUHKU & HON, AJo. a SO, TUIra atreeti Dayton, UUlo, WHOl.IJAl E AND DETAIL DKALER1 IN Dry Goods.Xotlons.lioots.Shoes, TOYS, &C. 19 vou wish uoo s of any description sol,', rail on ' .HUlla'l! S SON. If you wieli auulioneeriug done, in Hi o ly or ooiintry.eall ou aulJ UUBFit bo.t. Bindery. NEW 'UINlblflUY. IN BKUKKL'e MOW atllMUNO fuvroKKIOK. UVKK TBI lISPXOI'FULM annouuoen to ltio. il Ml of Day. 1 V son au.l tl,a aiirrouli.iliky o.iunlrv ttwl lie has as. uiiii4liod a new ttuos, liiuueiy at ilia abuve pImmi, wliera he is prepared to l ud priutrd works ot ovuy ilesotiotion. such as itorlodicals, tinlsio, Ao., in any style ordered. Old boolis rs.unind as ood as new Ualn, 1m.mii mnlitVMl for lha last seven Years 111 O'leli's tindery, and tsunif prepared to do all kinds ot work, 1 trest Uiat I slmll luceive a portion of mil Jio pstr.HisKa. sel7d3'a Songster. Vallandigham Songster. JUST I'lBI, lslls.il THK VAI l.AflililUAM SONll ttin iK, utoilainiuK sons lr Ihe lime. fruitf Uu oeuUi Isiko diwouul by His oiiAi,iily. ,. . J. Vk ai.il'.MS C., I uMiskole, j lioluuitau, Uliv MTfor tale at the EM P1RB 0FIU.K. , . , ,, tiLtem mwr. m inn sum isiamiw iisi sssii nair eii' sjioiia o-kvss,. . - evi ma smnsftji as sJoaisss -VOL. I. DAYTON, OHIO : FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 863. NO. 39 NEWS OF THE DAY. ' A li'ltor from Virginia. ,Ci(y, Iiiulic To,ritory, tu tlio Suliit Joi.cyU Xtus buy ' "I nm now in ona of lh ficlipst gold niiiips of tills or any otlier country, 'l'hej liuve been huL a sliort time didcuvoicd and tho best portion of tlicm Imvo not been opened, but those thut mo now being woikeil pay from ten to tnenty-flve dol. lam por day. It i thought tliot thero rr otbeiH to bo opened tlmt will puy oueliun dreil dollars per day to the hand, from the fnct that twenty-five dollars to tho jian of dirt 1ms already been tttken out ol them." 'I'ha fngilivo rebel ' Qovernora of th Triins.JIinsiimippi fcitates Metisr. Hey. nobis of MinitHippt, KUnnngin, o( Ar kitliKii, Moore, of I,oiiisiaua wild Lubbock, of Texas (tlio luHer nut Jet flifritive) havp jnut lieen in convention at MiiihIiuII, Texas, to eonHider the present axpect of af fairs in that region. ' They have issued an address l-cviowinj; (.hoir misfortunes, net ting forth their bright prospects,, urging renewed efforts, imnouucinicr; that the Western Motion of i tha Oonfederney will seek no dastiny feparate from that ofthe rebol Stato.4 east of tho JJirisisiippi. They havo also established thnmaelrea .'ns a Committee of Pnblic Safoty for the pur pose of helping llu foitnnoa of the Con federacy., i ;. i . '' .'. ' ' The AhnlitionietR living becOmo hulis lied that truth will defeat them, hav rc. solved to deceive tho people by rt'lyjng wholly on falsehood. ', lviiby 8 in i ill is M':' Aikadelphla, with tlio bulk of the rsbid iiimy of tlio trans Mississippi, h it said, to miiuboi' '-5,0(10 men. ' "i' ' ; .' ',' Kilirn, It is t.iiiil, ii l.i be eieoiei) into it militaiy department, with (Jeneral Curtis in command. 1 If Mich, bo the cae, stepling will be in mo in vogue there, if possible, than at pntRont. 1 ' " :, The Chicago Timet says t,hnt the ex pciidilni'iM of the Qiiiii'turiiiiisuir's. Uirparlr ment for the fuenl year ending on tho 30ih of Julio Just amounted to 375,01)0,000. If we fail to npprocialo these figures, our posterity will not, , Tlio Washington CuntlUalionul Univn snys: ' "A largo array of radical ciiiani i patioiiista from Missouri and K.m-us, numbering scveMty-ouc, bnve innde n pil grimage to tins city to demand the romo vul of Cjieneinl.ificliolH'bl, now ineuniuiund of tho department of Missouri. They are Uuttdod by tlio notorious Jim Luna, notor ious only for his bravado and cowai.lice. They uemiirto the continuanw of (Jen oral Seltofield in his present position, bo cause of bis unwillingness to trample down all law, civilization, and order, and let slip the blood-hounds of anarchy, des olation, aud devastation upon a law abid ing and unoffending people. They will havo their labor for their pains; the Presi dent, and a majority of his Cabinet, are indexible in thoir oppositions to the remo val of this efficient officer," Tho Nashvillo Union learns that IIol man, a notorious guerrilla, who has been committing depredations in Middle . Ten nessee for some time past, was captured on rPl 1 Ti-..l I il ...I I. - t xil'irsuar ueai a-th-iimi-h, n;guim-i wiii a j portion of liia land nine men ami four 1 commissioned officers. , A Memphis) letter of the 23d ultimo says that a formidable expedition against Mobile is being innugtitated, and that the feiut against Tcxns will not interfere with lit. 1 Iron-clada from the Mississippi are'tol ! t....,., ln,l v,..v. co-opeinto with n largo laud, foice tirnt letter says Sherman's- corps ii on its way te General Rosccrans, anij give a ru-J mor that MtTliei son's coips is also at rvutt iu the satno direction. ', ' i . i A com'spondent ofthe fbietttro Timti writing from t'uirft nu the J7th tiltiino' sayst lcvelopiueuta) pf, ,,lnmBiliyiis i tvlibdi Imvo taken plara in this vicinity j have liiloly tinnipirej llint would antnemd I the most iueieiliilotta, and prove to any tin- prejudiced miud that tint war is not being ' proseeuled, at htt on the pnituT many in jdiviiluals counecteil tlireetly and indirectly i with the ai my, for legitimate purposes, but 'iiillier to fill tlieir own, I'OckulH and tlio pulsus of thoir liictnia. hhnuld nil the corruption wbicli now live feateriug lio- ncatli the inflii'lueil auifnceof the body pol itic buret Hiitbletily forth, tbe eople of this country would Wotue sick at bcait audio' dn-pair of every restoring the Ttcpublic, toj forinor healthy condition." ;.! ; I City and Other Matters. Traveler's Register. sraV-Tralna arrive and 4apartfrom the Union Depot k4 h: . 0iN0iHri, Uahiltov aaa Ustton. fieparf. ' arrtiie. tiulsvllle and St T.onl. Mall'.. J am S Mia rn Oinoinuall Aoeommodil on..... 7 :W a m ; BNipm CiniMunsll Mud . ..4:l"l p tn a.oa pm fln-lnnail Aeeonnnndstion 7:rr p m " I.ti'jam rtlopaat Middletownand Hamilton only. ' -ii' Dattor, Xaaia ami Ooimknt. : Knwtern Kxpresa i.....11ittl a m SIS am i'oluititiiis Ai't'onimodntion A:&o p mi tili a m Xenta AeenTiimf-dHtlon S.V p m sxtern Kinross litis am' t .IS p m 'TIe l'.f'ft a m tram leaves daily except Mondays ea".eni(iTS en tliia train must puronase tlieir tickets ,fore so p m. J 'Stannaar, Dtvros arb OiMOlNMAn.' ' ssnd isky Mail..; ,S:4tt a m Ti:inem Uuntsville Aoonnuliiidallon kite p m S:4tl p tn 'i lAvruH tan MicniaAa. Cileaiio Mall S :m a m 1 'in a tu Chioiil(oand lletrolt Ksprena..H:a p m 7:tl3 p m laolAWA OrSTSAL tan ItAvroa Wutiss. tt.. I,r,nis nnd Chleapo Mell s :5 i m ' l!-nr. a m Indmuapotis AocommodAtioo...ii:oo p m a no p ib Iiattoh A Uaioa. Aoeommodstinn s-i.i i m 10:4.1am Kxprea 5;ii p m A lApin SAMUEL W. KING, Agent. Theater Tha Siar Trtupe, which gave such entire satisfaction to our people last summer, will open again in Beckel Hall to night, for tiro nivliti only. ' i ' For Phillipsbnr? A large number of Democrats went from this city this morning to the; Democratic meeting at Pbillipsbttrg tx!T. Wa doubt not that they had a glori ous time.' ' . Oar Township Meetings We art tru ly proud of the large township Democratic meetings now being held In Montgomery County. Thej evince the deep interest which the people feel, in tha great issues nowatatal. tn Ohio! i Let 'the ball go rolling onl ' The day of election draws nigh, and every Damn crut ruttitbe up and doing, , ' ;, , . ' The Clack Eepublioaa Gathering:. tha Ijlack ; Ueputilicai gathering in this oily on yesterday was an exceedingly dreary afl'air. It was tvpicnl of the melancholy con dition in which their purty hit involved our cu!'0 fair and beautiful country. In point of nnmbers, it tell ao far short af any previous mass meerf 1 beld at Dsylon ' daring the pending campaign tbKt comparison was, lost. The Rutlioring looked like a mass of human beings who had been entangled in tba raeglies of a bad cause and knew not how to extricate themselves. The wholu nfl.iir was alto- gelher appropriate in uiatiaircment and ap- piuiancu lo the architects uf our country's ruin. It looked like a carnival over the man gled corps of the Union. damnable falsehood upon the Democrats, The facts connected with the assault lt evening are , ii't; u(uo. iiul lbs Otutilt will oevat rerrect tbe lie it. bat per ils petrated. ' ' " " " 1 ' ' " ' Assault ripon Ueo. Lehman Yester day afternoon a quarrel occurred on Market street, between Mr. Jacob He nilricksnn and Mr. Peter I.ubiuun when Mr. George Ltdiman, a rcla'.ive of I lie Inner gentleman, interposed to slop the difficulty. - The effort was attend ed by a most serious assault upon himself by Mr. Ilendrickaon who, procuring a four pound wuitibt, struck hitu damaging blow on the left side of tho akul) which, it was appre hended would result in tha death of Mr. Leh man. Mr. Lehman being carried home was attended by Doctor Davit who, upon examin ation, discovered that his skull had beou crushed for an inch in diameter, sharp frag ments of tbe bona having pierced his brain. Doctor Davis extracted these fragments, and restored Mr. Lehman to as comfortable a condition as tha serious injury would permit llopii ara uow entartaiued of the reoovery of Ma Lehman though his situation is a perilous J one Mr. Hendri'kson who committed the : - - 1.1 1 . J 1 , . a i r . . I ansuuii una uecu arreaieu anu lougea in jail 10 . await a legal , examination into lha case. I Another Aboluion LU.-Tbe Cincin- ,a Qaittl is the chief lying organ of the Abolition party in Ohio, end its attention it J chiefly directed to the city of Dayton, seeking on evury possible pretext ts perpetrate aotu ' upon Mr. Lebinan are briefly stated lu oar columns ibiseveninp, bt the following is tbe verelon of the Oaztllt. HUTTrRNI T OUTRAOK AT DaYTOK Yestei- ! dny eveninp about lour o'clock, oua of the. Surongest' Union ueu ol Daytou, named (Icorge Lehman, was bru ally assaulted by a' butteriiut of that cily, ami so fearfully injured , thut bis life is despaired of. , Mr, ll.uian, ' who is a very Outspoken ' I'nion man, . was I standing with tome friends in Market street, j and was very tuny expressing hit npmiuns ot tbe ITnion and ol the election of .I.ibn ilroueh for Governor of the Slate of Ohio, when tbe fellow aba sontsnilied the astault went into a ns.ijbboriiig store and look up a ! ur pound upti we gbt, with which be returned, and with out any uibur provocation, struck htm on lbs temple, fracturing bis skull and laying bun siiiiai'lrnson tbe liuor, He was still liviag at 7 oulm'a last evening, ilia perpetrator ol the nutrajii was arrotted and is uow lodged in the county jail. Now it to happens that all three of tbe parties Involved iu the anfortunate difficulty An Enquiring Soldier We are per mitted to make tha following extract from a letter written by a soldier from Ashland couuiy, Ohio, in the, 102nd Uegiment. : He went lo the war a strong Abolitionist, but, at will be teen by tha tone of his letter, has been pretty nearly cured of it. The gentleman in Ashland eonnty tn whom it was wtitton, sent t to the genttlruiirt residing in this cily, re ferred In the letter. His enquiries in regard to Mr. Vallandigham shows plainly how ihe soldiers have been deceived and imposed upon by the reckless and Unscrupulous villltiert and traducers 'jf Mr. Vallandigham : Dicta Fkirkiis: It it bile and lime to go to bed. 1 am very tired, yat before I seek my plsnk, on which I find sweet repose, 1 will write you few linea. 1 am alone in my lent, and wbila thus alone, far from bwuir, in a lui.il of strangers, my uiind wanders back to ihe shades of peaoi aud longs lor repoie in my old ticsr home. I long lor freedom I am willing to submit to law aid order I will give my aid to put down the rebellion voa I will give inv life lo save our country, lint I fenr we will be shipwrecked with such misera ble managers ts wo have at tha helm.i 1 bave tried to believe in overy doctrine imag inable. I have studied, I have reasoned, and have coma to different conclusions, but 1 must confess that I nan only corns to one point. I have reasoned tbe doctrines of emancipation till I hare been completely convinced that thera cut be no TJulon if we hold out such a doctrine. Tbe only tannest and true course I see for oar national troubles is, to abide by tbe old Constitution. It it tbe only thing that can save us. I understand I bat Brough the candidate for Governor is not in favor of the old Constitution and that ha will never consent to take back any slave State with slavery. ' If this is his doctrine 1 will never vote for him while tbe sun shines. I shall vote Ihe county ticket, as for the State ticket I have not decided. - ' 1 would like to wTito to who lives in Dayton, Ohio, (he is a rotation of yours, I believe,) but I don't know his first name nor his address. Will you please tell me? I want tn write to him and ask him some things about Vallamllghatn. I have heard it said that Vallandigham is wicked, wreckless and very unchristian: that ha is an infidel; and all manner of hard appellations are fiven him. I desire to ask who knows him. , I know be will tell me the trntb. ' Your cousin, '' ' " . - D. W. Grand Mass Meeting at German town, Ttinre will be a gn nd rally of the Democracy of German and adjacent townships Hi Gerinantowa m Tuesday Uotuberlha sixth Hon. MilloD Sailor, of Cincinnati, Judge W. J. Oilmoro, and J. II. fc'oos, ' lCmj , of Eaton, D. A. Ilnuk, Esq., of Duylon, and other able speakers will be present and addrraa th meeting. Wo hope tbe friends of Liberty and Ihe "Constitution in it was," will turn out in force, and make tbe rally at (lermiiu town a gathering long to bo reniembore 1. United States Hotels Boston This popular Hotel, which has met with such a liberal patronage under tbe successful mans agetnent of the well-known and popular Colonel Spooner, has just been leased by Frank M. Pratt, Lsq., recently of Iba Ameri can House, in the same oily. Mr. Pratt will doubtless fully sustain the popularity of this favorite Hotol, as he has all tbe tact, ubility, and eijjcritnct requisite to that end. Judge Gillmore Of Preble county, was in Ihe city this morning, on bis way to Phil liptburg. II will speak at Alexandria to morrow. A nobler patriot does not live, and but lew abler publiu speakers ara lo bet found than be it Ha discussea principles like a statesman. Fifth and 8ixth Wards There will bt meeting of tbe Democracy to-morrow even- log at Fbilip V alls s corner, on Wayne street Judge W. J, Gilmore and J. H. Foot, Esq., of Preble, will address the meeting Let there bee fall turn out. Meeting' The Hibernian Beneficial So. ciety, will hold a meeting at its Hall, Friday evening, Oct ai, for tbe purpose of elect ing officers. Tbe members art all requested to be present By order of the President, Jot Fixcn, Sec'y. ' Auction C. P. Huber 4 Bon will tell to morrow morning at their room on Third street a .Stove, Carpet, heavy Matting Chairs and many other articles. Also, CerTis and Dry Goods. ' Meeting at Aleiandertrille Don't forget the meeting at Alcxsndersville to mor row at One o'clock. Judge W. J. Gilmore and J II. Foot, Fsq , ol Preble, will adilreat the meeting. D. W. Legal. ATTACHMKNT NOTICR John Vcley, Plaintiff, atrauiat William Doara, tafan dant, haturej J.dio 8, opslmaa, JtiMlra ol lha Ffve fur JUAjrlutH 'irfWNi.i( HHtiny Cxua y, tho. ON Ihe 41 h day of Mt-ptembAr. f easj Juatt if. etittd -n oidr ol ailat-hmviit for tho muu of T )etla net to. LaailnR Vober , nt two nVI.vrfc ptu. xSwS JOHN rLKT ARNOLD OLiNNh-U'S ESTATU. , ON tha Hath day of pt am her, A. P. ! X the tin. dfrtii.ttd wtM ).pmtHl aitd (juJitW Adimn .(tutor of lbs a(aia jt Ariu.lJ Im. iii.ki , de-OentL mw rKKI.KkH'K UiriNNKH. M B An inantory and appraiaautnt uf Bt4 late wiU be takau wa the id of October, laOi, Amusements. RETl'ftX OF ThE CIIAMPI0S. HUSTON IILL. FUH TWO RIGHTS ' OWLT. MbNDAT and Tt'KSDAT, OlTOBEB 5 and MORRISi 3VI INSTRELS U R A a B BAM D AND BURLESQUE JLD F0LKC0NCERT. From tlmlr Opoea Ilouao, Boatott. RVKkfTHTNO NKW-NOTIIIM) Ot,n on WOHN .OUT. NFW KsCRh, MiW KKATI atC AND NKW ATTKACriONS. ' Sevcutcca Established Arllstcs, Alio (he wondejr of the rld, ' MR. OliORGE h JOLL, The dittinguitflied muc otl geiiuw, and hi wou4Ht.l Th Urnt uJ only 1titirumbt of th kind er tuhib Itet. vntRindth pon re,ptttnt'h1e(i am prtffrmmti An enttr eh-inp of p'orMiim oh nihte h ur nni rwnfl fit piopi-iniinei. 1 Uonrs oo at Q'ciOfi; to ouiDmnr 7, Card of idmtiilnn, 9 9 Oeala Hh n HrBniflc pirtar of th tnmbri o( tbii T.ourt, itwrn Carl 9tnwtoii of 4 ibHi. phu t-cgrephnf to rh Rojul lmtly, Lonrir-n, ( I b uo xntb.fioii lo front of thi tistjl iIuim a U' 'lay. 1 C A. MOiflilS, Mj..iSl7r. W. A- Amott, Agent. , Mtitr Gr R -A. 1ST 13 BALL 'IV HE uivr.N Hi The Flr.t Regimental Band, ON Till RSDil IVKKISO, 0UT0BEB 8, 1653, . J T ' : '- i S B O E L, HALL. Tickets, - - . . . ( 1 Aitratttlng gentleman and laities. The proiee'la are to tie used id luraiJiiog a uniform ihr niemneis. Special Notices. Uynkoojj's lcclunil TeetoraL rMMteii ol thA ttiTnat, chniund nlmnrf organs ra mm pn-valmt, tDrndtoun nnd lMnuivAiti. 'jtta pnipArti r h meiitotite to Mtlvvi!, cure muj uproot ilitartvnitlaintm mutti hn isxiH'tmunt, anfhrimiuitt invnjornhijM. otit-fmntf un hmi'.mi ni rt-tioat, Niid in.artihir um lo th tifir Ytin. ho tfiOTery m nintjit!! rt nca tvnr marred itit oltn of Jmrnnwi lik hr. Wynkun' ItlnH FxHoial. It ia utted witb ih inoMaLrnnhtnK ru (tMi alt cunt bntunhit a, intitifiuui, whooping coupH, liTthnt nr putrnt sura t -roM, aitihma. orvuti, vuk1i. OoMw, ttartouK imttv hillty.Atf. Tht-ilav J.J Potter ohi-iirifn tbut, "I .tata ummI Dr Wynkonpn poetoral for aavfral yani. niv-solt and 10 ni.v fatajly. tor aevr pulmouMry CMmiilaiDttr, aud haw rr&mtntiitJett it to ninny (tliirM, nu hava novor mtu Mm wuaJ." Her. J. J. Putter, llrooklya M. V. b unWre'l-i unrt thotiHttiid of imiirtaat tonttmoDi' aid i!ould b proUiuwtJ, hliuwitig ita ramarkabla mre an! ilmf ti iiuvvr likilN. it i t'oi. ifl nf (Hires Ictilaini Mu.BaJtn uf Oil- n It l't iiiViMti Lttjtunt, Kis-Nin Hiitt, i itmiitsy, lli.i-iliK-ii, aud ttttitsr iiiVH iaUxsot-irut mil tone tn (tr.it(mli. It in liKj-mUuft, "riil and laatioK. u tlule) and mirtrrn onauot artnri to mmIH' a trial Kvcrv family aliu:d tiftv it. Ii la r ititiki,l iot w'onp. Hull ilaavnptiuftM, rttHtiituituiduMuba and di r(titna aucoiituii,v num LmiiI. koid tn li"B by W- W. Wrart tail nil pnnaipaJ dr. ii-e Propiifd hy Dr. It. I) Wyakoop, and aold hy D. 8. Barutta Co.,law York. neWily I i EI M STR KRT'S Inimitable Hair Restarallve. IT IH HOT k ITE, , ;i But tvitoraa amy har to it qi initial oolor, hy npply iiH tha aptUary tuiaM with natural autBMn.ia, n airtd bf una or dieae. All ii alvitanatiii" lvai ara coinpuMHi tf I a oar otuatM, itkiruyijtj( Uta vita tty ami h auty of lh lirnr, aad off ni of lh imrlvet no draft ing. Helmet raot'a Inimitable Oolcrino hm only ra more hai r to ita natural color by au anj-y )rocM, hut 4tva the hair a LUVUH Am BlaUll, Promotes it an-wth, prewpia Ita fcllintf off, rf-rti- naiu riftiiHniJL and imptrta h a'th ami p.iKaB'Dea to tha benil. I' haa attend tha l4 ol time, being the orK nai Hair Colonoif, adi eoutnMy inci ktug in yor. rei ry o-trt an(nrn ani iniintj. it ,m oiti t y an raptotao,a uaaior-, ot cto i a proturati by tij?m of the eoirifrntrr-lei aRfu, l 8. Hrca m Co , 9 hroadwa. oew Yvrlt. lw.)ii). flfii je la aud cut dollar 6t2i.il- Millinery. TO H1ILLLERS & ME1.C11A.TS. nit to c co.f $3 MbS PIARL 8T , Mintnerjr Good Cuaii io 6awLa Ctai-taaati, FAtxvle6a. Wl are now prepared to Mlar for votir Inap Hi on, a laree aud ltfnt vt taJiea. niiKaa. aua cluldrau a mraw, lur, plufh aud iVIt HATS AND OONNET8, UlBBOSi. I LOW KKK, If ATUtHi, Lncendlead Dressy ileltlngs &e laoludiny erefy (ieacilytioa tf , , M 1 I. L I .U H t GOUUb. Our (Villi lea lor manufatuhiig Cloaka.Sacques.Iilantilas I'rom aH th n fchnc-i arw nn-h iKat r ran flippy lUatn katrar thaa tou tMB mel lit am elaewkere. Our nA'k of TA LL y II AW L 8 Cou(.ua aTl tha o ivejluwa In both fnai,uaieJ do tur tMiTar Im.ott t?niiiij It Km i ork, wa will eferej. i Nia it out Una v loyett marksji ,na ki Cah "4 mil. beor vnniMm& 9ia here, will n-uilt to y..tr auyauu- " kaapaoUitllr, UKVOl' A UO., aall t ' SSaiMltt. Pend rMl, (ImrtnitaH. Lost. IOsr-is er atssiit the th ar rvih u auust, J laKi. s ''Kse et B'lie book, e.nlaiaiag suu4rv atee, ivasiee to sua ualar ef J. O. Cfcus. r.inieiit is livrt tv it.i'ee u4i lit. a(Me nole, A iitsiisl le .are will baa-esete tbe aaie hy tMnbf sue ..me al J. C.Uaia s, lairU street, Uaywa. s?ar iwVaTit ' ' ifaquac (teihl frotda, g.:i) jt.ta.ifi. I W On eual, thrae. 1 y Otw tiUr, M w-jck. - . Od nuaiT, dop motjrh (,.....,......... ix JM anar, thraa tnrcthi,.,. s.. 7 ' On Mora, iootb. -...t ',f) tf " fN mTkKT.T Ona tH,uar,lMht wrda, w ... 0 Par aquara. af It wa?k in addlUon, ...... far aquara, ona vwt"- . - - 1 M'icrun lor A.lvt-rtiHwm-ntp. o-i tlpynin a jjitai Dstc, or for a lotiirrT (tanl llmti Unp . feit, n a l known at tlia Gountiutf Kooui Ait .. 1 1 : n. i arauharKd al thaal,oTa rrif ', mil- h -AiMter-t, n.vrr.f. tiMiut ia tuada prviup b w tf Ail tr' d at ewrli tnrnt.nt nnil i" paid fr In 0 t"1' Professional Cards. aae.w.a.esa, ' u a.p'MAuoa ItOt' St SMA.llOJi, ,. , il'TUHKbli IT-LAW orriOR no ess, this o stukkt, davton. Room herauiior wsjupied br ' A. 'n aialica, tint Snor eawt ef ihe M.Ji-iiurut, iie:u ;anfc'.('iyill . IM t'PPI, AT TOR Si H V -AT- I. i Vi , DATluN, i U i . , , 0 Kf'IOS with Hon. T. J. it. rr...ih,'ie 'li.n'" llmliinm. street. , : i.-. -MiflH'. THUMAe O. KIWI, ATTORNEY AT LAW DAYTON, ulflO,' 1 ILL gue prompt htt.'iitfoD ro h11 ImTiifia n. r!n in i hp rt-ftoiUcis MtuM'tic, np ntnlrfc. hi. ivy '"VUAViu A.HOCKf '''' ATTO 11 K V - A T-ili A W . OFFICE in Cltjjjg'i Buildmg, No. ai4,'i tmdaiejet beiwetm M.uu evud Jatlorrun. Tnru'4U)ioriuar ij ocJUpttMl by tiuu. C. L. ValUndi)iwui. . .Vul9daw6iii UHt iHAHLKK ft. H UOKliKH, PROFKHiOH of A orient and Mod m Language. ra: Lann, rk, fcrviah, Mpauult, Qtwa, and tkiifliali.CuuUuuun itHtutiing ladian ttnd aitiltjiuau a. .ira ieftftaoo of hn rapcJrj anttoiar. anu at fan 3Wo pitica, Uerltr bu.iajuo. nt. auta-jam I'K.t!108, BUU AT I LASDand rAl. THOMiUaO.LOWE, , ATT0KKKV TOB OOLLEfTlON -t' "Jfj!dlers'tlRinis,15or"!j') l3aik Par anrl .1.--,' FOB WIDOWS, FATflKBS I'll M' 1 1 11 I. Htho un li f.. -i,.i. NO CHARGE UNTIL UWiit Vtm,iti). Colleota throuah Tallmfcdjnt k Co.. ci t o,uiiiiui. Ofamt ud Haahimjton, O. C. huP A. O. bULLIVAN, PAPER HANGER ttooM in roaroFtrloE nuiLumu, j,o. is.bKc- tnurt.tiUB. a .lunbm M. P. NuLAN, ATTORNEY-AT LAAV, .,;.:' l. . 0l tOH.OSiO. ,.,.,: OFFICF-uaag's Bulldm, 1 1S rl . aulsdly DH. T. L. 1STKAL. ' OFFIOK: - i Korth-west corarr Main and fourth streets. 11H Mala. aalvtlSni sOLDICHs' C Is Ti 3t. B0U.HTT, PlfSltm ARKEAK8 HFPiV OiiswlaoWKaad tielrsof deceaaeil solUiets; alsci. Arrears sf Fty lias Rs.laa.d ooicase sae wsasiaarajaa seieisrs Oolleohta wiUious delsv, and oareaaenetile terms. COUNSEL AND INFORMATION GRATIS. Apply u uraddraNa M. . NoLaN, bay ton, ,'lno. nifliMi Clpgi'i Kuildmn. Third at. pul.MMVt.iii, tiioma r. ruiiAsiH.a.... ....aaTMAN a. jtaiA. NEW LA FIItM. , THHESllKIt itt .JORDAN. ATTORNEYSATUW UATTON.UHIU. OFFIOB near 1 lie Co run r uf Tliiril ana MfcinsirtMs evertha iNtvloa llsnk M.l'j lswll Professional Cards. Hardware. Jt.stKe uu.tcfc.Li., , liealel in CooifCis1 Tools, Ilanlvsre, v. INo. 81-31 hlrd atraai. B RING a praoteoai median)!', I Jt now what id ol TUjU UexhU.I1 lltHJJ.HI. 1 t.tk..ll.d a AM:. :, tut tfcir wevma. all auu n e. , nl H A R E JLll lS. BEST C00D3 AT THE LOtVEbT PS'CFS. The uoHonced aro d.t.ly r.-.'iir j -x. ;j pvr aM Ml i:atH leWejaa, T Far. Meehanic'c Tec;-, ( Builder's IIardv;6A?, Cabinet JXardwa?, Farming Tool., TABLE AXl) POIKET fl ll t Bl, Mill it Cut Circular Satve, With a t wtver Oaode la the Herdirare l,na,whirh we, are prepare 1 Lo eeli ae low ae any aoaea ..-1 ,-r He. Ceil aaa essmine our .took ralore vun tiasma eta" vber.. aiVUwlv aNDIN A DOBHIKB. Livery Stable. etNtttilHUAHIt' ., LIVERY STAULti. At Briea Chile's at 1 ta.1, .letr-ram ' t'Milsiin.. aia'ely f.po.il. the piaraet, ati :t i:j.T I s iss-t sit 1 wee the Irvet cd iiatinaaa Lojaa, aj.ut.'.'( t. eki arf rprtd U L y lici. I.', 1 j . v . t For Sale. tHtnoita Hauie evil S.T riere b.iw..u it.ir,, si.. I fcri. i- 4 t.. -ii 4 saea arapeviue root. Icr aale. VM1U-- t . ni, , h. aaabie losaa. AaVueae r . "ri u 1 1 ai, , eeilnia Bit tii Darti e P ;in',) rrUiX rHiSlVM .. ( Kwl.h eulai.v, tual. X aia, for sal. at forty u"iii p.r acre, on tluva vere' time, ia four eiiuaJ pavmeuts, ttl,out lutueav. or OD terms to suit , erjlwai.e. aninti me.i True o.lebratet farm ol t.uir tiuudrtd aad tvrKiuv a.ee auaiTMir ti,i u u il,. u..k !,,.,. .H. priK. auvut tau auuJr4 au4 Buy aejs i Aral ataa. Lmum: litre. Intuilrl aeiee cImui, au 1 tULiv, .lrd , at (.n.il; BI1"1 as.ra,,eat 1 ifc -e Mel siwui (ruM., a. asuk hsra. sxe ...Inn. V,o rwiil )i aalsrd.,rs. iiui.ii i .u.,,.,r Bi.taevrl,', .i.lit kill.. ..., t', a ili, K.ut .iu. i.n. ruau. ia the atisalatiaoevra Vail. , SI K. mile. an, :h. e.1 of i aioa Cur. tor.untier lafunuauu awnas or eall aa WlLLUat at..lOCa i.