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THIO lOMl'IHti COMPANY,
JJinrir nuiliilug, IIO Main Street.'
i " .' DAILY BMPIRK.
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; By marl ir ..uuo.ro, in advance,. ................. ........
WKKKtY BHIPIHID.
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l.'.,...aoir.iilalli?e of DOstsae in Mont.
rnimmn ....is uv
'fldmwj oouatf. payment in edraoi e id ellos.es. "Ml
JOB PRINTING
tx verv Jooirti-tlon, xev-olod an gteara Pree,e.,l
l, ,m.t style, md t reeeonarjie pnoee.
':". P K O S P E O T U 8
.DAYTON EMPIRE.
(DAILY AHD WEEKLY.)
Frien.Is of Constitutional Liberty, the Ditto
' Banns, om mom (raw oo, and tnkM n lao
along with the othnr Deniocrelle pnpnn of thn Cuts,
as no advojate of your principles and defender of
your righti. It ardently aspect nt jronr send! a
warm nod friendly reception.
An important ei npa'ien Is be 'ore na, fraught wilb
more of good or !! this any which hi vr preced
ed it. Tun IaI o( Uin Nation and lh LibartlM of th
IMopla nre nt stake. Thn eomiun, mouth art preg
nant with mighty event, nnd every man nhould bn
fully "posted" on the current issues, so na to be abi
, to perform hie duty nt becomnn n freeman. Th great
bAttle between Centrnlined Power nnd Individual Lib
rty Democracy nnd Despotism in now being
fought. If our people nr true to themealvea, th
Constitution nnd the sublime teachings ol our pttrlot
lorelatliers, tna oontost cannot ba doubtful. The
tret mission of the Ueinocreiio party, which has ever
stood na the bulwark of Che Onion nnd thn elwmpiou
of the Constitution, renders its entire unity nnd bold
attitude, in this hoi of national peril, a matter of
tital ooncern. The pending issue In not tern for the
maintenance of a united oountry than for the perpetu.
alion of Democratic principles ns expounded by Jef
ferson nnd Jackson. The moat momootoua reeuita
hang upon theisaue. The past Is dead, nave in its
slums ofaxporienw. . The Constitution, if preserved,
a the beacon. light that w. II guide us to point o
safety from the present strrm and conflk-t ; If tram
pled under foot nnd destroyed, we are forever lost
t n darkness, gloom, anaruhy. It Is the mission of the
Democratic party to preserve intact that Constitution
which gave us a Union. To that party alone nay oou
servatire eitiasns look tor relief and s happy return
to tha proud days of the Republic when peao smiled
and prosperity reigned throughout the land, ltlsun-
l questionably th true Onion party of the present day.
The life-record of our glorious Uuioa sod the sanctity
of the Constitution fully attest this declaration, ns un
der Us prudent sway and judicious government the
Onion was made a bleasiug, nnd th Constitution s sa
cred bond ol equality snd national happiness. Turn
whither we may, we can see no ray of hop for th
future salvation of osroowrtry no "how 01 promise"
save in and through the triumph of the great Consti
tutional Democratic party, founded ns it is on sound
prlnclplaa and devoted unalterably to th Onion and
perpetuity f this one happy aud prosperous, bul
sow torn and bleeding, country. i i
We ask the patronage of all th former friends of
the paper, and will welcome aa many new aubaeriuers
as dasirs to las s sound snd reliable Demoorati
journal. U is the determination of the Company to do
s strict sash business, and no paper will be sent un
let paid for in adveuce This I" s rule from which
will not All will bedeait with alike.
they vary.
, TEHBtSl
Dally, peryssr, by insIM -. v
it wee. i.y Osrnere,). ........ 1
Weekly, (stnsjUeooriPS -er,)......M OB
(Clabawris e4 wpwavrd,). 1 11
tirlKI COMPANY, Proprietors.
Tobacco Warehouse.
Sl'AULIlstKD UNUKB CITY UKD1NAMCK IN ISM
WilKKLKH
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE
PI11STKK k HOW, Proprietor.
Fur tha .aspect. on and 31 e of
LEAF TOBACCO
N. 1 West ro street, bet. lis ssd
Wslawt, ser auaataabsat L.saUlu(,
CHnoinnatl, Ohio.
Tobaooo sold st Auction of Privately, as owners
may desir.
AVCT10X SAWS-TtlftSDArS. TIltWSDAW,
SAiUUDAYi). i'HIVATK BALKS KVKKY DAY.
Storage to Shippers Three Month Free,
Attention given to selling Pork, Lard, and Flour,
Gonsitfutuent eolidited. aullkiawttin
Dry Goods.
O. P.-H UBEB & BON,
mm. a 10, Third strsst, Dsytoa, Obis,
WHOLBBALB AND BETA1L DKALSR8 IK
Dry (iOOds,Notlons,l5oots,Shocs,
toys, &c:.
If you with got) of tiny deauription ' H
liUBkCK HON.
If you with auoiionaaring tlouc, in th city or
oouutry.i-.tt.. on tutu HUUHHAbuN.
Bindery.
BINDEBY.
IN HECK E LB NKW BITILP1MG OVER TBI
Kb'IXKKlC.
r. W". MEYER
I KHPKUTKUIsL oodoudcm1 thooilitvni of ly
I W uu uti ih Hitrruuu4iitt(u(kmttry that bo Iwa
lAtuliitUcMi IM Uooit biiitliury tU 1)m rIjuvo i,
wltr li la prefrii lo b nd pnuunl works of every
Ueaunpttooi suoti on rioJca., uiumo, u , in ouy
Ntyio ordttroJ. Old bookti ro-bouud on good iu Umw.
Uving bjttt oni ployed for I he huti sTon Ttwra in
Odt-H't btndorv, aoj h&nn pfmrd to do nit kimdH ol
work. I trust iLoi 1 ousUJ rouoiro portion of puMio
utroaAf. ovlTda.
Songster.
Vallandigham Songster.
JUST HI'BI.IHHKO THK VALI.AMUltiUAM
SvlNU HUtlK, OubUUDlng ausics for IIm tiniMe.
JPitoe ten oeulei laige Uiw-ouul by the quantity.
i. WLla.KlOe , rublwhers,
(Wluuibus, Ulno,
SMTFor sal. at toe MPIRB OFFICII.
VOL. I.
DAYTON, OHIO j SATUHDAY, 0C1 OlJEIt 31,1 8G3. i
NO. 64
NEWS OF THE DAY.
A biitcW Jio I'linaJufiilila has tieged
$12,000 ly Cwrtia't lection. "
Tha steamer "Three Bfotliore,f''whiffi
the captain alleges cleared fot Netv, York,
has been brought to this city,' hrtving been
found in the Ilappahannock rivor without
proper pass. The captain asserts he
ran into the river ' io hnrbor. ;
There are twenty-fonr huuinesH iiotiHcs
in Danville, Ky. Of these oijjht : are li
cenRetl to retail li((iiorg, ami each bus a
good etiitom. ' i
The radical millennium will coma when
all the negroes are free, and all the white
men, except them solves, are slaves.
Courts of inquiry are called, anil sit in
grave counsel and then report, and nothing
more is done with the affair.
In the bAttle at Chicamauga some
body blundered,' and ' somebody ' must
atone for it ; it may be tho innocent. '
An exchango heads aa article "Oopper
hoad on the brain." There is ganerally
brains in inch heads. - . , : . ,
i -
England was lately , leverqly ahaken-.by
an earthquake. .Well, she deserved it. '
The quota of New York urjdtr the
President's last call has been fixed nt 35,-"
000. '' - ,!-- i-i ' :
Gen. Buell was Been on the streets of
Cincinnati, a day or two ago, looking as
cheerful and buoyant ai of old. j .
Mr. Chase oouldn't attend the Rtnsian
banquet from press of bnsiness I and of
honth. ' ' ' 1 i i '
Qail Hamilton must look after the crit
ic of the Now York Times. He styles
her writings "literary ginger pop," 1
Secretary Stanton has dismissed all his
lady copyists. What's the matter? Can't
they keep secrets ? ! ,
Tt is said that tho son of the Mayor of
Charleston, who has been taken (irisoner
by the Federals, repudiates the idea
that the citir.ens are willing to destroy the
city in the event of its being captnred by
tho Federals. I ' ''
A young man by the name of ! Beaver
committed suicide at Cleveland, on
Wednesday morning by blowing his
brains out with a pistol. .
There is a prospect of a rise in the Ohij
river. The radicals believe it is occasion
ed by the lato elections,
Evatisville, Indian a, was excited
Wednesday hy4the discovery of a woman's
skeleton by somo laborers while excavating
a street. How it got there is not known.
Colonel J. A. Poindcxtcr, who has
been confined at St. Louis for over a year
upon the charge of treason, was Admitted
to bait in the sum of $10,000 on last
Wednesday. - ' '
The Portuguese government has built a
gunboat I It has one gun I It is called
the "Terror of the Seas !! !'
The total appraised valuation of all the
property in the State of Wisconsin, jnst
published, is tH53,0TI,779 40 on which
there is levied a State tax of $382,130.
Count L, B. Schawbc, native of Ger
many, at present residing iu Weltham,
Massachusetts, has forwarded to the sol
diers from that town, from time to time,
many hundred dollars worth of supplies
and entirely at hli own expense. He is a
atranger to those whom he io kindly re
members, and baa brother iu the robel
service besides. '
There are strong hopes of fifty thousand
hogsheads of sugar being realized from this
year's crop. A great falling off from up
wards of three hundred thoukand hogs
heads, as in former years.
The newsjl'rom Charleston is to the effect
that the "quiet" aud "inactivity" in that
department has beeu broken. It is re
ported that batteries have beeu opened on
the city with Greek fire, which has lieen
thrown into the "very heart of the city."
Fire bag also lieeu opeued on Sumter,
Moultrie aud Johnson,' which is returned
by the Confederates.
Mr. Lincoln won't take his pay in his
own money, perhaps Dr. Ayer don't
take his own pills, (
The tyrant to the man beneath him,'
is a sycophant to the mau above him.
Gen. Jim Lane talks about his plat-j
Tallll .1., ,,
lorui. rroDauiy ueueam tuu gallows urn
last platform will be erected.
?1
City and Other Matters.
Traveler's Register.
w-Trolae univomd deprtfrora th Uaioo Dopol
mioiiowh: ' " 1
OlHOIKMAVr, HeVBllTOll a DArroM,
. s -K.y-c V Dspart, Arrit)ui
LonfUTille nnd H. Looi Mail.. .3 .10 a tn
CinoinnAti A'sioiiimotlU on.b..M7 s a to ft:Utiffn
tjiiciiuissu 4wtmH ..j;iiv p in e no p m
UinDriHU Art'otinnodMion 7:46 m l:uim
Midtiletown and Hamilton
oiuy.
Dittos, Xhmia am CoLonaoi.
Eu torn Kxprasf). ...M...ll:40 a m 31:1ft a m
Oohinihu Atfoimiiodt)OQ,.... r.:fo p m b;VU a m
xania Aerommoiitiion,... n m
lhel:M6a m trxia leaven daily eicept lundnya.
PanxensorM on thiatrAin munt aruuria tiiair liuketa
ooforeoiaMP p nit
SeVMODBir, DAYTO A0 ClHOIKaiTI.
Sandaky Mail 4o a m T:1a m
Huotarillo Accornin xtaliun. u.a:lo p ra
3:4U p m
Baytom am HioinaAH.
Chifiao Mail ......: am v 7:20 a m
Chicago and Detroit Kx(rem..S o p m 7 M p n
IwatAHAflirtTtAt a Datto A Winiii,
Hi, IjOtiig and Chicago MM! ,&.H5 m a m
ItKiianapolit) Auoommodatieti,.,.i:H jin K iK) p in
DavtonAUmiom ;
Ancommodai.oD..nM..'........a.8:4,'j a m 10:4r a m
-u m
SAMUEL W KING, Agent.
To-Night. Reroeraber the panorama of
(he liible at Huston Hall to-eight. It ii rep
resonijij ai a raagniiicerrt worV qjart,
. Ohio's Quota- Itjii annonncetl thai Ohio's
quota for the lato call of 300,000U 20,352.
If not raised bj the iirst of January they will
beooiVsfcripted. -"" -f
Heading Go to Kea, Post Offirfl build
ing, for all kinds of read;5K papers, maga
zines, novels, and in fact everything in the
literary line: " ; i
,.. - : ...
Sad Aooident Dr. Tuto, df loJIanspo-
1it, waa ran over and killed by tho passenger
tram on the Dayton and Xenia Railroad, fire
miles east of Dayton, ou the morning of tha
22d inat. . .
Commencing . Young A imall boy,
abont thirteen years of age, was arrested fur
stealing a carpet-sack at the Union Depot,
and on exatntoatiou be for the Mayor, y ester,
day, waa sent to jail for thirty days.
Another Daytonian in Libby Prison
A tatta has bee reoeiveH rrotn Johallftsn,
of this city, belonging to tbe First Ohio Kegt.
nent, who was taken prisoner at the battle of
Chicamauga, and is now a prisoner in Libby
Prison, Richmond, Virginia.
'I
The "Western." The Doluge Kngine
House has undergone acomplete change, an
been admirably fitted np for the new steam
fire engine, "Western." Ample stable room
has been made inside tho building, and peti
tioned off for the horses, and In granaries for
horse feed. The large hall above the engine
room has been divided up into three apart
ments, to bs used for different purposes.
Tha engine will be ready for service In a
day or two ; the engineer and bis assistants
are bosily at work putting things in proper
shape. Under the direction and. supervision
of the Chief of Fire Df psrtiutmt, Captain
Will iara Patton, all the necessary arrange
ments to put the "Western" in proper condi
tion for immediate service, are being vigor
ously prosecuted.
The Vn Wert Hunters The party of
hunters from this city, holding forth up in
Paulding and Van Wertcounties, are, besides
taking a great deal of game, having Iota of
fan. One of them writes as detailing a rath
er ludicrous adventure of one of their party.
"Jos," who is acknowledged to ba one of
Iheir best and most practiced sportsman, left
camp, alone, fur a cooa hunt. Be bad not
got fur into the woods unlil bia attention was
attracted by a large black aninial, resembling
a wolf, slowly and cautiously approaching
him, Tbe uucertuin glimpses of tha animal
io the dark, caused him no very pleasant sen
sation, and be began to revolve in bis mind
the probable chances of escape. He was not
disposed to risk a fight, and there seemed no
other course left but to seek a line of retreat,
or be "chawed up." The camp was not mora
than half a mile distant, and he concluded to
"turn tail" and hurriedly seek his "bass of ope
rations." Ho bad gone but ashortdistancc.at
a rapid "double-quick,'1 when he was "brought
up a standing" In a rugged brush heap. Ha
imagined that tbe glare-eyed monster was
close at bis heels, and in a desperate effort to
extricate himeelf from his unfortunate fix, he
left his coat tail and a portion of his pants io
the brush. Imagining that his pursuer was-;
about to pounce upon hint he sat up an ua
earthly yell, which broua ht assistance from
the camp. His comrades found "Jos" fast iu
(he brusk pile, iu an exhausted condition, and
looking tha very image of despair, ttearch
waa in de for tha object of his terrible 6 lit,
which proved to ba a luge black bog. - Attar
considerable merriment at the expense of the
unfortunate "Joe" th yerly went back to
camp, anj over a bottle of old bourbon, Lad
good time generally. "Joo" acknowledged
bis Gght, and that it waa a splendid juke, iut
begged of his comrade '.bat Iney would keep
"inutu about it when they got home. -
Important, to Drafted Men Not one
perron in fifty who. is drafted is sufliciently
informed about the conscription act to know
wbelbcr they are exempt brnot. In order to
assist many peraoira who are solicitous on (he
subject, We publish below some of the most
important points of the law:
PERSONS LIABLE UNDER THIS DRAFT.
All able-bodied male citizens of tbe United
States, and persons of foreign birth, who
ahull have declared on oath their intention to
become citizens between tha ages of
twenty and forty-five years, (siagle) and be
tween twenty and thirty-five years (married.)
WHO ARE EXEMPT.
The only son of a widow, dependant upon
bis labor for support,
Where there are two or more eons of aged
or infirm parents subject to draft, the father,
or if be be doad, the mother may elect which
son shall be exempt.
The only brother of orphan children not
twelve years old, dependant upon his labor for
support
The father of motherless children under
twelve years of age, dependent upon bia la
bor for support. v i ,
Where there are a father and two ions of
the same fuiuily and household, and two of
them are iu the service as privates, ic, the
residuo not exceeding two shall be exempt
No person who bns.becn qonvictod f wrrj"
person wmu uua.eeii uuvicuh tn wiry
OriJ shall bo periUed scrVe gaii'or'.
feloriy
Cffc
WHEN THE SECOND CLASS WILL BE CALLED.
The second class conTprising those married
between the agea of thirty-five and forty-five
yeara, aud they shall not in any district be
called into tbe service of tbe United States n
til thosa of the first clasa shall bare been called.
PERSONS DRAFTED TO BE NOTIFIED.
The persons drafted shall be notified of the
fact within ten days thereafter, by a written or
printed notion, to bs served personally, or by
leaving a copy at the laat place of residence
requiring that person to appear at a given
to for
WHEN CONSCRIPT BECOMES A DESERTER.
Any person failing to report after due ser
vice of notice, without furnishing a substitute
or paying the required sum (tilfl) shall he
deemed fc deserter, and shall be arrested by
tbe Provost Marshal, and seut to the nearest
military post for trial by court martini ; unless
he shows be la fintjrabje to-tb trft.'
CLAIMS FOR EXCEPTION.
wrion1) ¬
spected by (ho urgeona of the Hoard, and yll
military duty ODccount of disability, or fty
other came ahull preaeut their cULma to tbeT"
Board, whose decision shall be 6naL
Gallery of Fine Oil Paintings We
are requested to annnuuee to oar readers
that during the ensuing week a Urge and
splendid collection of Oil Paintings will be
arranged for exhibition and sale at Phillip'
Hall, corner of Main and 8econd streets
These Paintings are chiefly of the French
School, aud comprise a great variety in sub
ject, style, finish and size, and such as it is
coufidently believed will not be found in tbe
North. Tbe attention of persons of taste is
called to them. Due notice will be given of
the time of exhibition, to which tbe public
will be invited free of charge. For further
particulars call at the store of C. P. Uuber &
Son, No. 2SU Third street
Litigation -Tbe suit of Lowes tt. Per-
rine, I.ytle i Shaw, in tha Superior Court,
was decided last evening, the Jury returning a
verdict of $:t:7 2 1 for tha plaintiff.
Amusements.
THE OBEAT PICTURE
AT
HUSTOT IIAIdX,.
FOB A FEW DAYS ONLY.
COMMKNCI.Nd
FK1UAI JVKM.NC, 01T0BKR 30th, IK63.
H- J. INS(M) WILLIAMS' 0KI.KIH1ATED
r.ouui OF the nu; I.E.
MlHM ialha lariia.l FaiaiinH of tha H-'i-fd fkri)
X (uri in Hi wund, i!MTniig iwaiiy lour tnou saua
m.nari yard of ranva.
aaTi ki twanty-tiTa canU; I'lnKlran uadr tan
Trmit old. lilWu twuU. t e
Leather Stove.
UZVJ LEATHER STORE.
t ADAM WKIttUAHTftlCIl,
S Third i
1 r ICKfM (waal nily htnd all tiinda of IrpaU.!-,
.IV Ml"'- an Ji iitpr. ki(., iwlf fkm,u. m'it u.
,'. ,s, liaru.'HN aud ItriUlv la her, Uta atktiiini sthua
a c.l ha tnKhaM prio in raah )aid kt Mi.l. and
mTIut tu ih tuttatti. a'llsMS'n
Reward.
H500 OO HliWVllD
1
X has bai reported that al tha lata ala tMa I miUl
1 my otv 1 wiH tiv any i-f tho trwi.4
who cn (iTt.vo a Kill tliay ha tat t'lnMilaaicl. thn air
r.-Mard. 1 ha utuy i niui w.in j..ihi u
rM-lmaii, 1W itiHt jturtnnaf , 1 will alao &m U n uiJlMrj
u, tti k...rntii iUt. ili ai? a ma tlta aaoia vt tUa uartv
iio tn h wuiiini ihv rupurt.
CKI.KS-I JNE Bi liWINU.
f
I
I
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Watches.
SOLDIERS in the ARMY
AND
OUR PEOPLE AT HOME
s ftR now ottered an opportunity by which they can
A Av u.'iain
tlOOW, UI'KAULE TIillC-I'IEC'E
AT A
tVHRY 3jO"W FIOXJBB.
Our Watrhes are
VYAKKAXTKD TO KKKP TIHR 0.NK TKAR
And the buyer la allowed
The Privilege) of Kxnmlnation
BKFORK PAYliKM IS REQUIRED.
IMPROVED DOPLEX.FULL RUBY ACTIONS
A rl-eli!s Huntlnx Tune-Pier of sliver rhorenal,
over wnion ih eieotro-line plated is b. sold, n9Mt
niMy wrought, makjtiit ihritKtltUon si, ntulllcst
it cannot tie li.-leclert Iroin the solid nmti-rlal er I lie
niot experienoeil judg: anid.-, will not aliect it.
London totide iiiuvpiii nt. Improved duplex in
his rwuy acnon, oas shph), soi!Odh. sou Is not
Io he exi-elled in uenprni nonpsrnnoe. Thte ta de.
eldedly one ol tn beat sirtlelea ever orktred ror
inunis. aiiecnlators. Kna;likers,ei
iersntsattd veraoas .ravelin: will llnd them
iw-nor Io anv oilier alteration 01 olimatn will urn
.Vet thoir wurar'y. i-rw-e, tsik'd in good shape
snd good ruuuiug vrder.only W; or yiie ol sis for
Sllteiv Boubl slme' if'antl'nV! tevers,
BRST UI AMTT IlU'Ktt CASKSiviSnm:
wm'ir eieuro nne hlsK-il Ik, (oiu, similar to our
improved tupie, anil sniienor ailjustpd niove-
iCIil with "litop," to he UHodln tltnii horses etn.;
has Pour Indoles for Wasliinton nd Uroenwu-h
nine, SHep sounu, an.1 all .ttie'iroprovemwale., Att
loall.uhin lie beaviilirur'ani (alilflesa a(-
prsruicfl Ron iu aftvreeMxeHtlvemertt .tiuu I
nomiirti rwtlrftl. u-n r.n.nl it... II. ,Ji..4...rT
Wealc no .y In d t.iJtliUi will lorward either of
Ktalea, with hill liavilMi! to tftoresman whn th
input loreormxttiie rwrtjstot,nv part of th loval
goods aredehvrud, (liWfnlhtl,uyr the privilege of
n,,unn,imBi an i. ii oik .Hsuaiaciory, in waion can
be : eluroed at out eaiPn.a.
The express compaaiajftefu rhnking oolleclions
on eoiuiersnmi oiner-nvrues In the Ul -loval etates,
r.onsequenlly all such Orders snnst b accomua
ailed by the caau1 luauroattenlian. We
a detlilftionor twoiHarsen either watuh when the
pRvmeni is iorwera-if in advance.
atuney may ta-wnl by eaniess at our eauens.
THOMAH UAKriRTT a .,
3 snd 04 Broait street, unuusit City bank,
oe87nsr Proviiiei.es, Hliode Island.
Boots and Shoes.
FK'1
GKOltOK llOOHWAbTh
BOOT AU SHOE STOUE
No. 318, Third St., East of Town Clock,
BION OF TUB "MTTI. BOV. "
DAYTON, OHIO.
rpnK Pulillewlll ,lease takanotiee that DieHiilncrll
X naauow on liana e large an uomuJele sua-k of
UOOT8ANU SHOES.
fortliersll snd Winter wr ol tlio v-v best uUAlilv.
noiiiptisiiall tli k,us tiim arm aMM t-M.,a
Will ba suld 'r- A '
VEUY LOW FOR CASH, '
Diirmrr tlisa Wtsr 'A
'my (prj jllilMtvHljr, M-fpmt.MMtr
tjhBlirVJ, 4lttrtMlilOlU , art--. ' ','
llUpOftailt ' (O .ll JljU mt(?(l.
fKiroesfUifjt tn I.a,iIv. Wo..but 1
TrAVIt Inat retS'ivM frdmnho Knstam a,
II uaaji (juWhAeo, .lnVe,s.JrliuftIlf uiij,
iaafft, at
Kid., la-
illeH. buy'. Vuul is. inm,i biul ,-)uMr..nrM HnnU
Shfie nd riMters, r,f the tirit iiullty and latal lyle,
snd at nrpH that ilefa eiuipellon. . Alsu, a Hood as-
i-'iiiuirii, u, iwmu. win j.!,y u,r lliei an,l Miys. AU
kinds ul work made to oi.l.u-, ir the Ileal nmlenal aud
,arkmnnshil. 'A Ht is warranted j V
KB SO. WKCliXI.. roreaian,lmUpleai,
fan an4 eaawwosneitiiiaaikTiemra rnvulisttngais.
"'.. t - . ..v. i.w is
tN'Ta jHi in :,.,,
ants . Kl alum, Uetvevn T
Boots and Shoes. Clothes-horse.
BOlKTUINti WOttTH HAVI. v.
T ii a wall -made, thra-folii Clot htm ,ior, witH mn
ad uMU uin Ibh r (or hMtiktina flrAmsiki n it i.
Terr convenient, and tha enly Ukihaah(e ilimt liiuT
otnr hopwiaai hat. T..y ar iiiaauractiirctl and Mild
al Kv.'itl tint frtreet, . .
uti iMw-si ittf irf uex net in ifia a, i insu
wIM'iw J. W. AIRLKV.
Special Notices.
Wynkoop's Iceland Pectoral.
Diaaaaaou. th throat, nheataod BiilinoD4rv ariiaiia
ara TMr rf Talf-n', luridioiiH and daDfferoim. Tha
prupttruaa of a i aud tenia to aUfviato, uura and uprooi
iheMsuuinplatiitM. ti'iirti ( cxpoi-iontut, aolviia and
invigorating, looming ihamiifua of lha throat, aud
uii)artiu toita to ttiv audre My tilt? m. No dint-ovary m
rriMi 11 wit-nf vr nmHt-red thia elaaa of dtarn
hka Itr. Wyi)kooi' I.'elttin Peftumi. It m ud with
ht mtatatumiphinii rtu tn to all auta ol ttrourhil a,
uirtUHUaa. w1kkiok coujfti. diptharia or putrid aura
i rtt., avaiituM, viuuii, L'wuunn, uuiuat, narvutiii irrita
btl.U.A.
'Ihvlitov J.J. I'otur fcrtirtri ih-t, "I hava uad lr
Wynkotra P?rroral for ataral jmn, nivwtf and iu
my friiiiily, tut iHvra puluiooary owtui'laiiita. and
have rciMiiiitnuaetl it tu mtuiv olhr. iul haro uavar
umru i tat ax 1 1 ml." It a. J. J. PoUr, Br-Mklvo ft. If-
liuorlre N and thoiinftiiiU of impfjrtaut U-liiiioal-aN
irould ha prtviiHd, ahoiriug ita raaarkaU t-urea
aud tlittl it unfair fail..
It ucomp Mcyl it pur Tealand Hni, Balm nfOil-
avl, Peruvian UiaUain, Klwiaiiiaao, ( out I re y, Hir
tltM'U, and othor lura'ualila ciif(raa.t mud tm ic in.
kjrvt,oa.LjL. i i harmWae urwu aisd lni-inf, lu-
kattidaaiid rturt-rern cnuuut uduJ'l to ntirfJ witaMbstsl
rr-rf mm-iT avitouia nav it. it ta rehtrkwiK tan
Croup, dfwrtptiona, rjc4utiueml.iiuiir nil dy
roriiooi ayvatinfaiiv au!h Uitilt-. ' i.
bold id l'-ju ty W. W. Atawart aad all pna ifal
dr Ki't-.
par. d by lr. K. 1 Wynkoop. ana aolMv T. H.
Baruaa Co .Nevt Vork. atV djj '
IIKTMHTHKKT'S
InlmUakle Hair Kestoralhe
IT IS MoT A lt K V
But raitora! ray h r to ii origieaj colaa Uy auf.py
li af tl atitlary tuia with nattiiU auatooaoo. im
paurvd by ux or dtaxa. All u ataataawita dta a
tMii.iovu! of Innar oauant, dfttruv.ia tha vumhiv aid
in. HHiii-tnt a lunniutal Colnnna: t ly ra j
aira hair to it natural oolor by an ey enxaa, but
avii IIm tuur a
LUXIiR ANT BltarTV,
Promol.?!! It artti, irrrrntx ita fHtnK oN, a dl
4't dtuidruft, and intart tia)tli and nleu-.n'ir-i.i
oritual Hair folunng, an.lt tttiikUiiiiy iaair.iiK in i
tit liul. ( Uam aAuiHl Im tai o too, ajMis Ua
ivr. a -. r. ikih fauotna auj iaota. it t w
ti-.l t.t Ulti f
by all frxM'tala itoMlvra, ut uaa ta piwur-d lv tliut
of tha oiii'ui-iaJ aavnta, l. Haua A Co., wn
rJKXaJway, Nw Vuik. 'I vrv gitaa, tttty oaia aud aua
dUUr.
eakAilf
V
-.AUVitHTlMISMO UAlf l.
!W KAI1.Y. '
Onaqiiara,lfrhty uni, nvUij oOainrt.o,;. M
yttm WAiwm, mttf anyaj..... w..mM,M,
Oiva aqiMi-A, ona ffkim,m., 1 W '
Ona aquara. one wiooth ....,.. ..,...., 8 tt
Ooa aqiMtra, lltra Btf btb..,u t W
Una aifuara, mi wo&iba,.. . ,.....mh 1
V" IN WKFeKLY. ' '
Ooa aotiat,ali'htyv.(rftvi,mi wlct 0
Pr tM)iwr, o4j week tB addiUou,..., M .a
rar aquara, out vtr, iS't -
"IVrniP lor Alvurtiv-iiniLa uuvymu n stfalft
ae, ortoTalnnKr prl tHhan al. niwihM urrl
known atilivj Oouuimn Koom. A1) hAtpi Iim rt t
are charged al the rIxjVsj rat--i, uiiken a ritUnaKia
mnt ta mail, ii.-f.vh.ii tn mmrtion. All cspuQ ad
Trti"TnAntw irinr'ti) jmiti fnrip arivanoft,
Professional Cards.
eao. w. Sdtia.
iuaa a. a'AUL-ar
MtMAUON, vy
HOIK
A T T O R IV L 1 'fi - AT - L An
U PFJ CK NO. ti-'S, TillHD BTKEl-1, tA Y1 N ,
Room hreoior oortnffd by J. A. MrHkxlwtj aIH
door aaat of tlia M. K. t 'hureh near Mtuoau jtn v
r. p.tuppv,
ATTORl.KV-AT-l.An
DAYTON, OHIO
0
KKK'K with Uon. T. J. B. fii
miUi, in Clt-ag'a
Hinltting. ad nireut.
aMMiy
TUOMAkU. LOWK, "'
ATTORNEY AT LAVvH
DAVTON, OHIO.
VlTIIsL gte prompt atteutioa to all buMiueaa vtt
I V trUfU'U IO 111 v.HTtl.
Otrtfe ltrt1iPoatortiL'e Building, upstairs.
itiluy
' n i.DAVIU A. HOI K. t
A TT 0 11 . K f . Ji; T- L A W
AFPIt'E in ClexK'e Building, No. 14, Third aiiecl
j DtWvao jhhiu tuid jvnorrtoii. Jiioro'jiii
ly ooctipti'd itj Hon. J, U, Vallauditutm.
Tht ro-jiiiwioimr.
UlWdaWfiMI
DHi CMARLICII h. 11,
1)ROKKHSOH of Am if ut nnd Mtfrlcrn UhOnuue
vie: Latin, Uroc k, Krtri,h, fiitMiimh, Jirii!ii, hiid
kugliMh, uoiitiuuii taohiiig ladittl and g u'lfliu tt ul
.ti rettiduts''" of hin raripthOtive HihoUidHand at hia
jwh onVe, Baikal 'a F.i.ild)i'H. tio, lb.. fcnii'iiwn -
. . ,' ji 1 . JT
THOMAS O. LOWU, . f
' 4'ITOHNKY KOB Cni,I.KOTl4JN or J '
smtlA T'eiieiioTiii, "
FOR WIDOWS, FATHEIIH OB MDTII kK ji(L
ItlKMht UK UKtMi. s
NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED.
Oollota tiirouah 'rallnia.hra A Go., uf Columbus.
Ohio, aud WahlnimtoD, i. C. t
A C. SULLIVAN,
PAPER HANGER
JtOOM IN FUSTOFFK'E IU11LDIN0, KU. 15.8KU-
unu rbiiun. a'livubin
M. P. NOLAN, ' jruv
attokney-at-laW,
1A VToN.OHlO.
OFFHIE-CI.kx'I BullUiaO Wrd tt. ' aulfjlt
rii. t:l. keal.
OFFXOK:
NortU-wrst rornrr Mala and Inurlti
strrt'ta. 119 Main.
aulviltim .,
BO VU I E K S V I. A 1 M &'
B01MV, l-KNHlOXa V AkUKAUU f l'AV
Hua widow nud haira of defaasad aoldifra i aJaJo.
Arrrara of Pay Hue Itrilgnrd Olltccra
CollclHi aithout delay, aad cm raaaouabi latins.
Tin,, r. vuaasata. satus s. louum.
- THKKSHKU A JOHDAN, "
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
C8W5fWN!Uji(FpRMATI0N CRATIS.
Al'l'i I -.J..tVJ '3jr.i!JKu.(tit-
rm.-t.'l, K ItmMiUKrtkUarKf; isuli.W.iBl '
UA VTUN.UIIIO. .. .
OFKK.'K near Ihet'orucrof ThlrJauJ Main treeti
VT tllM l,-,vt,.l lUllk. SlllV'lsati
Hardware.
' JAMKH HU:i.:I.
,irjt-i . -.
CooHhrsK Tools': h rfiur. r , S cC
J3 To la inwhauu'ii nat-d, aod a J;UU a ivk tv
s,v.t1lpirjraiif. all and hh- it . aulJsitr
BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRlCiS.
Tha ttnderftii'nad ara dailv rw.vlfsu I wnnAa 'mn.
aliaatsl t tha iuwrait ciub rataa, tiK . j
Mechanic's Tools,-
Builder's Hardwara, r
Cabinet Hardware,
Farming Tcola, k'
TACLE AXI) rOCKEI tlTLEUV, -"i
Mill K 10 Cut t'lrctalur Su
With a'l e(hr tioos tn tit Hardware line. ).,. 1, w
arejfVerartfil to stl as as any huunu nr HH
in aua exsuiiue our slock Iwlure purt'lia.,1, e;-t
asMewly' 4NM!lfiiS a liuKtifN. 4
Hardware. Livery Stable.
L.I.VE mr : S TA B L E.'
Ai Butt aliw' sVl fatft.ti'1 Jvlf r ff- -
V dUl-iy. .;.Mh, !! II.aUart,Alu-(, ,, ,. i,
At a!t ti m lit o Lart u! tiMIMKA lniiHri', iMl.a , 4,. -slMtw,
tic. :
ba in tk u rirt-paird t- k' Isor? by tl w?alt cu
raaaoaaUa ttriu. lw
Hardware. Livery Stable. Vallandinham's Record.
VALLAMIIGUASTS TmOKI)?
fnHK erk eauilr.1 "THK KKIHikr, or HON C.
CsinM, AUD THK I'lVlb WAR
n Bow railv fi.r
sir!
Uvmrf- i cu()Wiu!-ba.jia-i and a. t Wrtt. ovi tea
Mr 'alUttdiMttaur. friitvi) nl h.a on thv i-ttl-
wlh liiri, .n. idiiiap tu , rli . 1 (i k hn,-
aahiU:
hiliy i ad aid r .uu tait tuui a. irt i
ttral reord aj.d OrU;tJi. t it atioos vi
i. tt.
l aUHaaa ti f .rtir
roil tii iiUcj, au t
Vlv-M a ill
tUt uM ramaditra ur Uir-iu ia juw im- w, i,..1
pp.)nary aiiKii.ut uf (uUa- an- iitnui
'I War W'taTk ia UB CsiOeA. aUlla.li.hl i .1 w.u.,-. na . .
(ki ,( af o ' " " ' ' '
r.K--n.ar oyar.iifuitM N ih, f U h
.',M-o,vr, S dru
1,1th, S. Vrt:i,
.v.la
, r i.j
is.il r ,.aiii.n, i,,,,..,
Put, ialt4
ata
i n., tpt-t.f Y-it
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