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THtl EMPIRE COMPANY, Uiuili Uullillug, III) Main Street. DAILY EDirlHS. Per week, (parable la Carrier. )......... ..... By total per auauiA, id advance,.....M.....HM......M t WtKKLI BHfMRK. One copy per annum,... .t..MM 93 00 CTlii (Carta. niroulateafiTe of peataae in Mont goiuery county. CvntHtiA advancem nllcfta.' job iRiirxiisrc Of every description, eieentad OS Htaem Presses, la he twal elyle. and at nawluUc prlcee. I1 K O S T U H 1 K O or TNI DAYTON EMPIRE. DAILY AND WEEKLY.) ' Frianda f Cwttitutioaal Liberty. tha lUttoa En.iaa, ooca muri greets jou, end take a vlaca alooj wtthths other Demiooraiio pep ere of the Bute, en edfoiaUi of your prlttniplee and defender of your rlghu. It ardently aspects at your hendi warm and friendly reception. Au important o(0Kf it lwrore us, fraught with more of good oreriltr.au nay whih has erer preced ed it. The Lite of the Nation and the Litwrtiea of the people are at atake. The coming month ere preg nant with mighty event), and every man should be fully "potted" on the current funnel, 10 an to he able to perform hie duty ai becomes a ireemao. The greet battle between Central i ted Power and Individual Lib erty bemourauy and Deepotism ii now being fought. If our people are true to themeelvee, the Constitution and the sublime teachings o' our pstriot forefathers, the c en test cannot be doubtful. The treat mission of the De moo ratio party, which has ever stood as the bulwark of the Union and the ohnmpion of the Constitution, renders its entire unity and bold attitude, In this hour of national peril, a matter of vital ooncern. The pending issue is not less for the maintenance of a united country than for the perpetu ftiionofDemocraua principles as expounded by Jef ferson and Jack soo. The most momentous results hang upon the issue. The past Is dead, save In its essona of experience. The Constitution, u preserved, s the buacon-light that w.ll guide us to a point o safety from the present st' nu and confliit ; If tram pled under foot and destroyed, we are forever lost 1 n darkness, cleom, anarchy. It fs the mission of the Democrsuo party to preserve intact that Constitution which gave m a Union. To that party alone may oon eervativecitiaene look for relief aud a happy return to the proud days ol the Republic, when peace smiled and prosperity reigned throughout the laud. It is un questionably the true Union party of the present day The life-record of our glorious Union and the sanctity of the Constitution fully auest thin declaration, as un der its prudent sway and judicious government the Union was made a blessing, and the Constitution a ured bond of equality and national happiness. Turn whither we may, we can see no ray of hope for the future salvation of our country no "bow ol promise" nave In and through the triumph of the great Cousti- tutional Vemooratiu party, founded as It is on sound principles end devoted unalterably to the Union aud perpetuity ef this once happy and prosperous, but now torn anj weeding, eouuiry. We ask the patrouage of all the former friends of the p iper, and will welcome as many new subscribers its desire to take a sound and reliable Democratic journal. It is the determination of the Company to do a strict cash business, and no pttper will be seut un leas paid for iu advauue This is a rule from which they will not vary. All will be dealt with alike. TKHMIl Dally, per year, (by mail,) 6 00 week, (by Carrier,)......... 1A Weekly (alngle py P y M w (Clabi of Ua and upward,). 1 16 KM HIKE COMPANY, Proprietors. Tobacco Warehouse. Bl'AULlSUKU UNDKHCITY OUDINAioK IN MM WHEKLER1 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE PUISIKB t HOW, Proprietor!, Fur tha Inipeution u Mala of LEAF TOBACCO ,, i W.at Front street, b.t. Mala tm4 W.U.I, Bear KH.Bt.M Lauding, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tobacoo sold, at Auction or Privately, as owners ma deaire. AUCTION BALBH-rVBSDAVS. THUBSDAY8, SATUBDAYS. i'Ht VA TS BALKX KVURt DAY. Storage to Shippers Three Month Free. Attention RiT.n to Mlllng Pork, Lard, and Klour, ConivntuaDta lUiti. auludawttiu Dry Goods. J. P..HUBEK & HON, M. 0, Tklrd atra.t, Dsjrtoa, Ohla, WUOI.K1ALK AND BETAlL bKALERS IN Dry tioods,otlons,lloots,Sho's, TOYS, &c:. IF you wish goofs of any description sold, call on llUbtCK A HON. If you wisb auctioneering done, in the otiy or ouunlrv.catl on auiv UUBKK A HON. Dry Goods. Bindery. NEW BINDERY. in bcokkl s nfw Btni.DiNO oveb tu , IWrO.'KlUK. i F. W. MEYEK L lnraorruLU .nno0ne..,..h.ei.,.0rmy.lfe'r XV ton and th Niimundinguountry that be haa tabliihsd a new hotk Hindmty at th a bora pl, t htr h la ttraparwl to b nd printed worki ol rry description, uun aa periodic) m, mutio. o., id any 1 aiyla ordered. Old buoka r-buund aa rood aa new. i Having been employed for th teat aeveo veare in Odell'a bindery, and being prepared to do nllVinJa ol work, 1 trust that I abail receir borti a o' public Atronaa. ' , L - "mmmm Songster. Vallandigham Songster, TOST PU.l.W5u-t VAL"".OHAM al SONO bOuK. ooutAiDiDrf wnu, m. .1.. (i..... Frtca t.a uaula: l.rv.diKouut by Uiauuitity, J. W At1 ansae, fubluhaia, ll.llm.i.i. Iihin alaat Iba IMPIKB 0F lUak & 'Ml fin it VOL. I. DAYTON, OHIO: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27,1803. NO. 60 i w m a,, m m h 11 Songster. NEWS OF THE DAY. I,re8"'on tabojed to loyalists. v ...... , , Th! W 'k U",ukH then W f y t8'y tU n.oney mar- Kt Willie UQ mucli VpUallH "ulobhinir ... 4 rOUUu. 1 i "AlOtal L iUb Ub6J plUVlUff CarJfl t a - Wlt" lmu priotml Oil tMO back of euch i i i i i. card bleudiug , morality with auinse- ment. Theytellofaditchona recent battle- M,wbT 7 rlkl,1,,wo ?" t,, WU,'Ut v.r tiiiii-iiiiicr ilia tfi-oun.I ' The Chicago Timet hay llint the court ty elections liave resulted favorably to the Demoorary in the State of Indiana. ' The ame wad the case in ' Connecticut. Sol diars and greenbacks were not used. The Abolitionists are constantly "reaolv ing" in their public meetings that the war shall be "vigorously prosecuted" and the rebellion "crushed." Why don't they join the army ? "Soldiers must ha fearfully dishonest, says Mrs. Partington, "as it is a nightly occurrence for a sentry to bo relieved of his watch. , A new member arose to makohis fiibt speech, and, in his embarrassment began to scratch his head. "Well, really," ex claimed Sheridan, "he lias got something in his head, after all." Mission Ridge, recently made famous by the seven battles in Georgia, is also called Mirsiouary Ridge the latter name being used in the rebel dispatches the former by the Federals. Vice President Ifamlin, Ut the New York meeting, aid he had no party to serve. Jle alwnys had one to sell. Los- ton 1'ost. The craw of the 'pirate Florida have made $10,000 each. A cotemporary thinks privateering almost lis good as con trading. ! Dartmouth College is evidently "going in. J lie new class is only half as large us nsual since the removal , of the venera ble. ' A lady on separating from her husband changed her religion, being determined, she said, to avoid his company in this world and the next. Over thirty thousand conscripts from Virginia have been sot to tho rebel army du ring the past twelve months. In Australia tho heat comes from the north, the cold from the south, and it is hottest on the liiouutnin tops. The Sultau of Turkey has recontly woa a great deal of money in horse racing, after the European style. Edwin Booth's "Ruy Bias" pleases the theater-goers in New York. Thoy think he ia really s young man of "parts." The President is said to be hngclv de lighted at the Ohio election, and it has in spired several of the drollost stories of his reign. f i Mr. D. A. Mahony was thrown out of his carriage in Unbnqne, last Saturday, with such violence that his collar hone was broken. Tho Herald sfys that bis injuries are not vory serious. The Abolition struggles and caucusses in Washington for places in the next Con gress and elsewhere are said to be auima ted. Governor Tod has gone to Lancaster to answer the charge made in the Fairfield County Court, by Dr. Olds, llo will pro bably move, through bis attorney, change of venue to the United Statei Court, it was done in the case of Col. Bliss. - Thomas Kane, a citizen of Washing ton City, has been tried before a Military Commission for procuring pay, bounty and allowance as a soldier, upon forged papers, lie has been found guilty, and sentenced to the Albany penitentiary for five years. MoBt persons will recollect how much exercised the Jacobin papers were a while ago, because some "coppoihead" vailed this a "cruel war." The vocabulary of epithets was exhausted in describing the deep, damning treason of those who dared to call it by that name. But we suppose it is quite loyal now since Abiaham has used the term. Let it he understood, henceforth, that "cruel war" ia not au ex- Hie Prussian Army are to have Colt's revolvers. a a to as . to in tha too . ui m.. L-orrei-t will will such that and T. City and Other Matters. Traveler's Register. WTraim arrlvean.1 ilepartlrom Ilia Dninn Dnpoi UiaciasATi, lUaiLTOK aso Duron. Depart. Aniue. boni.villft and t. Latnt. Mail.. 3:0 a m :Wa in i.im'immii 4cmmmoii on 7::ift am 5 (ki i ni Ciiifino.il Mail 4 mi p in 8 un n m (JinoiUDiiU Ain-nminiiilHliuii 7:Wi p in l;Uuam -niupn ai miauituownitnii tl amnion only. Dattor, Xknia aim CoLDa.ua. r.nnfirn Kxpra.. 11-40 a m 3:13 am Ontiimlill ATonililtxlHttou A:M p ni 8 3S a R) Aui Af'uuiuniouauun p m Ka.u-rn Kxn-m 1:ii,', a m M p n ...... ... ....... .r.nTcn unn. pppi nunany Pantwitrer. an tin. train miiMt puruhaMe tiioir ticket. osiora o.ov p m. lntHI, t)ATTOS AND OlXCIliaATI. snnnnnKv nan Him 7.;i(im Huutwllla Aocommuilatiou fi:iu m p p m I'ATTOM AUD JHTCHtfl AN , ChioKOmil i n 79" am vjiiiuhu muu jjutrui. n(iruKH.,,a:wi p m 1'MS a n: INDIANA URKTnAL AND VATTON A WMTiBH. Ht. Lclii. and OhionKO M.it 8.-:i5 4 in 11-3A iiiuiiiiiM).uiin n:wiiii,itiuit.iiiii.a:uu p.m H.IK) (D JATTOfl;AljinN. Aci-nminoiltlon 8;4r, a m w it, a m SAMUEL W. KING, Agent. J. lie mmstrelt. riuston ilall will be crowded this evening to see the performance of the Morningatar Minstrels. II' you want a comfortable sent, go early. Fanny. A very amusing and laughable incident took plaee at the Warren street bridge, yesterday. Only those who witnessed it know, and they won't tell. ! Resigned State School Commis.ioner, C. W. 11. Cathcart, has resigded his offico, and bmersou White, of Columbus, baa been ap pointed in his atuad. The resignation takes effect on tuo 9th proximo. Postal Currency. The new postal cur rency begins to appear about town, but in small quantities as jet. It is a very mean looking contrivance, appearing rather mora like a coarse lithograph than the much-ridicul ed Confederate shinplastera. Only 50's and 10's have as yet appeared, and it is said they have been suddenly recalled, owing to the dis covery that thoy can be split open, being made of two pieces of thin, strong paper (made to "wear and wah") posted togethsr. They would make a good label Tor a saniaparilla bottle. They bear the head of Washington in the center, surrounded (in very bad taste) by tinsel-looking circle of yill, which appears to bs stamped on, after the manner of the gilt lettering on patent-medicine labels. Through this there curvss a scroll, with the words "Unitod States," "Fifty Ceuts," (or "Ten," as the case may be) "Fractional Currency," and the figures "GO" which latter also appear at the four corners of the bill. Tho ground-work of both denominations is nearly black, and fill.i .u- i . ..... . . - uneu, in iuu lower part, witn me picture of a steamboat, a locomotive, cotton-bales, loadd wagon, Ae. The reverse of the 50 s is rcj, with large "SO" in the center of a shield, and another, larger 60, in faint guilt outlines, and covering the whole. Tens, the asm reveries except in color, which is green. Hoops Under this heading the local of the Cleveland Plaindeuler, who has "an eye the beautifnl," discoursed after the follow, ing style: "When hoops first came in vogue articles of ladies' apparel, they were made the subject of aa unusual amount of ridicule and abuse being caricatured by the artist, and strung into humorous verses by the poet; but all to no purpose; they flourished and were soon almost universally worn. Even tually their merits, as elegant, comfortable . ana ntaiimui adjuncts of the female wardrobe ' were fullv a.,i,r.,.;l,l .A k k. ! j innfLia trcwiui cessively popular. But inexorable Fashion baa at last discarded hnnna an.! iK Id;... ... . .. . i beginning to appearwithout tbem. We dislike 1 very much to speak unfavorably of female ! costumes preferring rather to nraiaa and ' r " "-P 'S na ; admire whether sincerely or not knowing I how sensitiv. the fair creature, are in regard j h.suhjec But we cannot remain silent tuo lace of this uew fashion. To say that ; latter is anlweomi.. ...... .1. ,k.. i n j ., OT.,VV,UCK faint an idea of it clmraoter- for it ii atifolutely Irtghtlul, Jvo matter bow pretty k r..i ... l . - '" Krauoiui, ur now artlstlCttllr lonned a lady maybe, .he will app,r hitleou. wh I dirked out in tbitt new freak of FaMhion ' Ul rtoo. loose oeraoiu Who uav niit witnAflttuii nA,.:. Uf th. .!.! ; ' 1 very 1 idea a. tn Im- . 1.L. ,i..: . .. i . iwai luciciu II J . J. , ueau , pole. Let them try tun experiment, and wt ' wager a considerable amount that they secretly curse the new fashion. j "Wonder if hoops hava been set aside on I accouut of tbeir political opinions T Kven if is lbs case, we doubt Dot that public opinion will demand their re instatement, and the demand will be complied with, for hoops ara too condustiva to irate, beaulr ' j r..L, , ..... J cora'ort, to ba oag banished from female circles." Omnibus, street-car anil railroad rm-iijwill hardly ha indue to iuJorae tha above, even hauld the iowardlr acknowledi! iu truth. n 1. ,i .... I 1 - lo ""' " I - .1 thfm uuu be I ,.0ii Hld Q yy "u alio A leit iJ aia au nja to uiuiness. Singular It will be remembered that one 'if. the prominent features of the Abolition procession, at thoir miss meeting in this city on the 9th of October, was a woman dressed in dcop mourning, wearing a dilapidated bon net, laheled "Mrs. Vallandigham." It was itntli-n up as a caricature of that estimable lady, and in ridicule of her heart-troubles over the exile of her husband. It was a most hotkin exhibition of parly malignity, and even some of tho more deceut Kenublicans enlnred their disapproval, while the radical; Jhouted their exultation. But the sequel is not likely to afford them so much amusement. Certainly it does not to the principal actor in the disgusting affair. At the time, she was in the enjoyment of most perfect health and buoyant spirits. Since that time, however, she has been afflicted with a most terrible skin disease, disfiguring her whole face with erup tive blotches and painful sores. She is now under the treatment of a physician. We ex press no ( pinion, but most persona will look upon her affliction as a visitation of Provi dence. bULUUULieu uacoD lieimripkmn ... . . . 1 T . T . ... brought to the city yesterday from Dayton by Deputy Marshal Ilroadwll, chareed with di- tuuiKing eniisiuienis, anu interioring wilh an officer while enlisting a man, and uersua- ding him not to enlist, which offense, it is charge d, he has been frequently guilty uf com- imtiuiK. mo examination was continued until Saturday and the defendant committed to jail, in deluult of 1 1,000 bail. The above is from the Enquirer of this morning. Hendrickson, is the man who struck Councilman Lehman, with a four pound weight, some weeks ago, inflicting a serious wound, and for which he ia now under bonds. He is an Abolitionist, Convention of Brewers The brewers of the United States will hold their third annu al convention in Cincinnati, on Wednesday, the liHth inst The brewers consider the pres ent tax upon malt liquors as being onerous, and will endeavor to influence the next Con gress to make a change in the Tax Law that 11 bo more satisfactory to them than the present regulations. Sown. A horse attached to a spring wag. on, standing in front of our office, became frightened, and in his efforts to break away, got entangled ia his harness, and threw imself, smashing the shafts, and causing some other slight damage to the vehicle. The auimal escaped injury. New Telegraph Line. The Cleveland Leader says the United States Telegraph Com pany have now nearly completed their liue to that place. The line of their wire is that of tho Atlantic nnd Great Western Railroad, and will connect wilh all principal - cities and towns of the West 1 tu Watches. SOLDIERS in the ARMY AND OUR PEOPLE AT HOME ARK now offered an opportunity by whieh they can obtain a GOOD, ll lt tllI.E TIME-PIECE AT A VEHY LOW FIQUHE. Uur Watches ara WARKAMED TO KEEP TIME 0XE YKAE And the buyar ia allowed li i'rivileea ol' Examination BRFOKE PAYMENT iB KEQUIRKU, IMPROVED DUPLEX.FULL RUBY ACTION'S a nrMt-cmim uuDiinii -inn.. fieeo of .liver malarial whieh i ei iro iin piti is ic.goi.i, must .in faWy wro,,sl,t ni.kiiiK ih imit .tion ,o fauhlf,, i,.. A llrMt-cltum UuDtint Tiin'Pief!a of nvr niaierial, ileanuol b. lelcie(J irom Uia aolid m.lnal hr tha moat .ipt-rieui-ail juux.ii; aehli, mil not aSe.-i u. Joudnn iniul. moveiti ul. Improved duplaa iu - - "- i..ti NaooniiM, ajitl i. nol ' e-.-lled m eu,i-Hl aparHiic 1'hl. I. d. '' on. of tn. i,..t anici., , on.ri HI. I. da. .V.".,.." "ir,ur.'" ")' Mht aliaranoa 01 uhonaio will uoi a'e.M te.ir a cMirH-y t-ri.-., ,., Lea in ,.u h., ninu.ng ordar, only Hi, or caw uf an for ,ef nouble . Ilme t BKmT UU4MTV BILVR J,' e'-"r.i nna iuiu ia k. K..i.i, .imiiur u our 5?f" ""K "! "Vl"-"'" -'""' - u.riii..ini 10 no iiKeo in limiug huraaa ele.; .maaaaaior waalnnuiou and i,.wd h uk"'K U uttmi and raiti. - - " .priar iov " BHuvaawB- bmu v m luril ouaiu.r.uon, we regard itaa dwUMI. Iha ehe.i.. Enir w"k ""iy'idvifR(builiiiorwardeiihror UrKmrilleM.rlie,loaiiy pert ef t.ie ioytd - n, mtn un iHVMii to eirNmiui n,. rwitriiiMii ebrtu llie ver lit DnviiL-A.ar r.r.!r .'ni'l,.?a,.,;;:i,,i!.'. p''-' Moo, au , if not eetiaiaciory. th waich oau -oiuni.il .1 our i,u.. (1 e epria eumiaktuittii refute niakinv ..nu.tir. - .fqeniy ail noh urdera maat Mi aema b lh to m-Mire aiieuuon. w ti.kc , v... - M,va "iun tm tlias ui-iovai istHiee, inKM - torwar.ied m ad.am-a. uomaSTaVkShTJ fiaoiliillameu ailh.r aaleh wbau lha panae. ,a ra.i, oi.po.iw city H.ilc, the ara Ike tha my : It d-k, Strayed. STRAY COW. fr",n r""'lw""' f'" f"1"" !.. on fitit 'I'hutadtty in.ruiuK, a youua uou: haa ""'' and ahon h..n... ,,., aill raturu her lu uia aiu.ll tw hl.r.,My r.-r . at I, aioraa aive. . ocjadl Amusements. liusTOisr iiXll. POSITIVELY FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. UOSTIIAY'A TUESDAY KVKS, OfT. 20 A 21 MOHHINOBTAR'I IVLIIViSiTIFl.IDX-.S AND BRASS 13 A 1ST 13 . SIXTEEN PERFORMERS In a clioiee melange of ETHIOPIA rOUTRAITlRES. TICKETS.. MS CBNTS DoorflOlien Bt 6 45: Clsntrt tn nnmmanna . 7 if. A fle tMli'miv-mrenatlu in frnnt nf ih li.il . ...... . on Legal. I011N B. lit' BE It'S KSTATK. ryUK undersisnad has h-.n appointed and niiHlibed J. as Ailnilni-lrA'ril of the .Hint, of John B Unbar, deilenfd. orSla.l. AftflA K. IlllKKK, Adimui!.trairix. DAVID IRWIN'S ESTATE. ON the pd day of October, A. D. 181.3. the under ? m ,l,Pol'",1 a"li ualiliad aa Admima- .. . . anwiu u, i'aria irwin, aeoeflse,!. rL'-;' 1AA IIJ1NRH. SHERIFF'S SALE. BUPERIOB COURT. W.nz.r a Tavlor v.. H.nrv H frn n w u-u... .p. rTi in-iii 3 , iiut, nana no 7H-J lie Olaaino'l hread ComuAiiv. . Hnr H k.n.. ea No. 1174: 75. l",UMUt'0--Henry H. k'ellar, cam No. The Uhikow Thread Companr . Henri II. Kellar ca.o No. SiSS; i,iipinii, Kye. i,jon v. Henry H. Kellar, tut N olxMjlenna to tha comm. lid at ordara of aala. ly, Ohio, and lon dlreuttd, I will onrnl pulilio wtla at tha atom r.Hn No. lit, HrrnKn'li blnea, on M.ln ... . v, ayatvuill, mill, OU Tuninn. V,.....J... jib loiifiwinic iifMMia uDu iiiiatt u. i..A A- Doliun., horp MtirU,.howiu( ai.3 ninokiD toiwcl,, ; " j . . ' o.""auK or tverr ni'i ; Bblfv-f. Itn-Mi . ha ..mUrU i, ',. . ,i bnuitiH, ff.itH ware.tjuevn'ware drT iro.l.. m. irill1lf All H(,1UI Of unoiin llHIlftll V .., ln noi.on MUr. an.i wi.l U pold m pmikna a U qutnit- HbIh to comirn-nr. K( ten o .-look a m of a d dn and uoouiui jrwn d a .lay uni.l all . noia. 'Irn.f. . . 'Koiit.iK WOtJAMAN, HtlrnfT. J. A. .Iohphw. Exemptions TMI'olmNT NOTIUR-I ,l, until after .he d. all Hike. pl.-e in tin,, liisinet, anaint in urooiinna- ,r .er;.u,,,,.d thereto, the eAeuipUonl u',7"l vf tha aaooiul Mention nt th. ...t ..Jl ... ' . calliu, .mi the national lorwa, and other puriirae.' kuoau generully an ihe C'onri.l Low. M f. NOl.AN. Attorney :U Law. EXEMPTION FK0.1I THE DRAFT 1JKRSON8 elaiininB to be eiemnt from the "lion avmptiun Ad" pNaml by Oooareea Muntli a. istia niw .!, to lake enael, ean linro th.,"n-i.arv KT" Z """'J '.'.U' '"T"1'' d IrmHiy, by oallina at offlea of Mia untLrn Rued, f.na.un and Bouut. AK..ni., No. aos Third aireet, U.jtoa (over Mloui'i iron Iore.) HfHilmyTf T1I.TOW A y I TO M . Clothes=horse. hOHKTHINU WORTH HAVING. j. H BALSLKY. Special Notices. Wynkoop's Ireland Tet'IoraL Diaeaaaaot the Ibruat. ehealand t,uln,o,,.r. aver prralnut, iumiIiuun and dauaeruu. 1 ha vropaniea u' a Mi.- to alle.i.t.. uuia ami upruoi theMCiniplauil., n.ii.t t aApaoturant, aii'lTnand in.iKoralnw, loo.ciui.K the n.ie u, f II.. ttironl, and iniuatt.o loue lo lha em. re ,.ieio. No awcoverr in medioal .i-ii, ,. ,Ver ni.r.-d Una cla.a of di.eaV.ea Hr. Wynkoon'a loel,d p.,.. "fj mi,ala.l..uihlliK ,.au un, rua of brole lul . lt.nuna. .hoopitiK cough, diplhena or puttid a..r hh""' "" ,ruuf'''uUat"''"'a. "arvou. irnla- The Her J. 1. P..u,r nartinaa thai, ! have uiwd Pr ttynkoopa foU,ral l.,r.,,r.l vu 77 .. Stiiuly, lor a..vera pulmonaiy eoiniiuunla, and - : V .r"r '''. viunm. aui nave t.efai -ii ua ,.,,ui. j.j. piu.r, Br.Kiklya a V. Uuawrada ami Ihnuaanrfa x : . .. '. Evervmnilr aho.ud hai ii. It i. r . .roup. Hill dwnptioua. rwiuiuiudtiona aud dl reetlona arcoiltoauv MA.-h r-.,,i. ul drJt..1" b' W- ud r":e.aH n!JZ". :U',J"- 5 D W)'"I"P. "d uld h, i. 8. arXI.ll). HKIMSTHKKT'8 Qirultable Hair Kestoratlre. IT Id MOT A IE la ooniKi,l or pur. loaland H..a. Baina of Oil. i'"".""" laeair,.,l,lr.,. Bu". ami other invaluable aap-i.nint and iu- M::.d a, :T''";L':.o-r.. .("''. u.o Ml up. u, . . utreatore.ra,hai, to it. ordinal ool0,.bv.pp,T. T pillar, .... h r-turj Su A pairaalbraicaordlanM All I. etautapaoua dvee ar cotilwad..f liltuur oauue. daatrurina Iba vilalllv aud ' of auly of llie h-r, ...1 atr.r.1 of tl ..nlvaa Wo ZS I ut'l. uur lo iu UJau,J fc, an aa.y pro. .', but 1 the hair a . LUXURIANT BCACTV. C7. , "'..T -". neann and pieaaneaal -.u' l - :4PVKKTIHIMU RATKIi ! DAILY. One square, (eighty words, solid) one ineertioa...! On square, three dara,...M...M,MMM.,.M 1 I One square, one wek, m ..... 1 una square, one snomn .... 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LOWE, ATTORNEY AT LAW DAVTON, OHIO, WILL iiive nrmnpt atlenlion to all buama.a an-tru-ileit to Ilia rule. tittina hi the I'ONit.rtien Buitiline, tipninira. aulliy uaviu A.rnoui, A TT O It N E V - A T- L A Vf . OKWOKin KK'a Buildina, No. 314,'fhirdatfeet botween Mum aud Jetlvruou. Thatoauiaioiit er lyoeeupiad by ilou. 0. L. Vallandigtium. bit. CHAKLKS 8. II. UUk.Llk.U, LROKlf(SOB or Anelenl and Mod.rn L.i.muos.h v: Ijiiiu, (.reek, l-idi. h. un,h. ..... .,.,( knghali.eontinuen teaclnnu liidiea .no Kutit u-.r. -l.e reaidtfiK-a ol' hla ri.le;liva aoholkra, uo. Mt hla wnortiL-o, Uerkel'e flinMlnH, No. I J. muIq. in I-K.810?i8, UOl.Mk LAXUaiiu liUh. 1 Al. THOMAS O. LOWK, . ATTUKMCY FOB COLLKOTION OF Soldiers' llainis,i,ouiii) Money, Itaok Pav and Pensions, FOR W11AIW8, FATfJKItS OB MOTHSRu, Oh- NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Oolloeta throiich TollmaiJirti h. On., nf r'ninmi. Ohio, aud M aitUiugtou, li. 0. auiv A. O.'KULLIVAN, PAPER HANGER ROOM IS POfcroFFICE KUILIjIISO, KO. 16.SEO- m. v. Nolan, ATTORNEY-AT-LAAV, DAYTON, OHIO. 0m0E Olagg'i Buildinr, Ihird at; aulidlr rR. t. Tj. neaT OFFICK: Xorthel ronier Malu ud fourth streets. 119 Main. aulUdUln It O JU U I E kV " c: L A I SlY. UOl'STT, PKX8I0SS & ABKKAUS F1'AV Cue w idowa and haira of decaaed aohl.era ; alao, Arraara ut Pay Da. Ha.lKna.l oiUcara uiuitr. Collected . itkout deUy. and i.a reaoi.bl. i.m,. COUNSEL AND INFORMATION GRATIS. flle Hea.'a Biiihlma. Thi..l .. 1 '"V'0."',?"'.!"- r. ruacaaaa atua a juuaa,. NEW LAW FIRM, TllliHSHIilt JOltlJAN, AXTOHNEYSAT LAW : A V I OK, OHIO. Professional Cards. Hardware. JAMES URACklLInl, liealei in Coopers' Tools, Hardware, &c. No SIS'llilrdstraat. BEISU a (iraeheal machatiHi, 1 know what kind ol 'la liuvluuiuw Dee.1. n.l .i . ....o auil thwtr WatniM. alt Bini fr rt) 1-1 JL Ii IDW u. 11 1J . BEST 6000S AT THE LOWEST PHICES. u""'erlX'1ea are daily raoaitlnj 3odt ohaaadat tha lowe.rta-h tales, Mechanic's Tools, Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Hardware, Farming Taols, TABLE A.D rOlKET HflEKl, itIIH AW ke Cut Circular Haw, ZSS.VJ-:7r " any hunt. , ,t te aat "ur .lock b.furo purvl.a.ii,a alv- wtutr,, aUiaijr ANI.KKfiojf A DUMBINS. Professional Cards. Hardware. Livery Stable. JAUKbI t.tTIK IUT'l LIVERY STABLE. T RrM'e Lhlle'a ol I atand J.ff rv. ,t.i i. ST 01 iio is a:so irapared to ktwii kra.. ..w .1 Vallandigham's Record. " yAhZ"liliW1' "r ;u.N. ANlV 1 h( ,"v " 1' ;'U1 '"' ' d.l,..r, , eonVainl .-o,, '.Ultt, V " "" Mr Vaillr .i... . a.-'-',!.!, coi iaa .live ua, u ,T 17 " " Jute. cehil'y l ,"d i CrJ" i,' toL?!""'' . ' ..,1 7 , . ' ,r-'" t airl and i-wriet-lly, lha . . .Tl " I """"a a u.aa hOM. ,Ha.i. orlllu.rv.inuui.tol l.uU..-all. i,i7 , a " aaint. YALLAXDIUHA51S litlOKD. waaaaaa, OkM.