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Special Notices.
" C K fri U .
IB1H K n,Y entttion atl ytinir inn iiifTaring
irom Nerfou I(l,tf, Ac, atftMiU endanvrinj.
eir health by patrarvemg any of the rtTiina
J necks Yon bd (ii'lv rioter or the method used
the sdertieer, ad hr hundrMe or others, end 10
no other w-y . Raid a 'ttr whi'Mi I will nd you if
Tu will rh4 mea pt ntd envelope hearing roar
address. Direct! KMW A D H TKAVKR,
deattidewtiia l.fk K, Boiion, Mmi,
lAPOlVIFIER,
CONCENTRATED LYE!
FAMILY SOAP MAKER.
War,
make hitch pr een; Hepotiififr help o r
due thens. H wakes Swap far Faar et a pound
by natng yonrhVoJun grease.
TOAVTIOKI Ai tpurion Ljei art fTbrd
also, b careful itid only any the Patented artlolb
pat up in Iran, cans, all others being eauntorfetta
f IMSYLTAm SALT MANfFACTWG CO.,
v Philadelphia-!, lftf Walnut street.
Pltf.bw.re; put at. and Daqniim Way.
fYnolTdawSm
Wynkoop's Iceland Pectoral.
(fJDiseasea of the throat, nhestand pulmonary organs
are erer prevalent, tnaidieus and dangerous. The
6ropertiea of medicine to alleviate, ours and uproot
eseoomplaints, moat be expectorant, anodrno and
.nrigorating, loosening the mnrui oftbe throat, and
Imparting tonts to the entire nyntro. No disnorery in
medical saience ever mastered thin class of disease
Ilk Dr. Wynkoon's Iceland Pectotal. H in uned with
the moatasinnishing resuHain all cases of brnnohit a,
tofliienan, whooping couuih, dipthena or putrid acre
throat, asthma, creup, cougha, colds, nervous i rn la
bility, A-?.
The Rev J..T. Potter certifies that,'! hare used Ir
Wynkoopa Pectoral for several years, myself and io
my family, for aerere pulmonary complaints, and
hare recommended it to m mi v others, and have never
seen Ita eiual." RT. .1. .1. Potter, Brooklyn N. T.
Hundred and thoiiHanda of important ietimoni
als could be produced, ahwing ita remarkable cures
and that It never lads.
It I competed of pure Iceland Me,Balm of fit),
ead, Peruvian Balaam, Klerampnne, romfrey, Bur
dock, and ol her invaluable exnecierant and tome io
grvdients. It i harmle, prompt and lasting In
vahdi and sufferers cannot afford to neglect a trial,
fiver v family should have it. It ia remarkahls tor
Oroup. Full descriptions, rcMommendations and di
root tons anoompauy each bottle.
Hold in Oaytou by W . W. Stewart and all p rind pal
druggist
Prepared by Ir. R. a Wynkoop.and sold by P. ft.
fiaroaa A Co. .New Yerk. ee&Jdly
Special Notices. Agency.
JAMRI K. DONALDSON,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
HO. TO MAIN ST., OVKR J. r. EDOAR'. kTORB.
Desirable Residence for Sale.
T OFF BR for aale the residence of II ,Toko on
Jefferson street, third door south of Fifth. The
lot it one hundred and fourteen feet fron . On the
premise a ia a tine thtee-storv brick dwelling-house,
containing fourteen mom, tine gArden an l ataHe
AIo, double frame house. Thin ia one of the mot
dealrabled pieeea of property in Dayton, and wdl he
old ehean, if an earlv application ia made to
JkMKH F. DONALDSON. Roal Kstate Aent,
maldlm Wo. Vt Main atreet, aenind atorr.
A. K. M CLl'UK,
ESTATEAQENT
WO. 8M THIRD HTRFKT. AT JOUR H.STOPPBL
MAN'H OFFICE.
I HAVE a large amount of property for aale, aiwh
a houses and Iota, in all parts of the city, at vari
us prioea, ransmg from four hundred to ten thousand
dollars, on good payments, and well situated; and
any quantity of vacant lots tor sale. Also, neveral
farms for sale, ranging; from one hundred and sixty
aoresdown ta a two acrel t, adjoining the city and in
the oouDty.
Those having property for aale, and thoaa wantins
U buy, will de well to call on me, an I shall give
wompt attention to all business entrusted to mycare.
I nave had aoasi derabla enpehenre in the business.
Jdlm A. K. MrCLUKK.
Legal.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Benry Stibba vs. Samuel PtiMis et al. In Psrtttjon.
Case Mo. 27641. Bupwrior Court of Moutuomtrv
County.
)Y virtue of an orderof aale made in the above
eause by the Huperinr Court of Momgomerv
Hinty, Ohio, I will otter at public aula at the door of
the Court Hoiie, on
At two o'clock p mot said day, the following dearnb.
. d real aetata, vie: A certain tract ol land with the ap
nurtenanrea lyitiff and being in Clay township, ftfont
tfontery County, Ohio, and described aa follows, to
wit: The north hair of the northwest qt tarter of aection
thirty-two (W), town six (ti), range four (41, containing
aighty-ona and seventeen ene-hundredtha (l 17-lOUi
acres
bald ftrm Is situated one mile went of Dodson Hta
tlon, and ia said to be one of the boat farms i that
neighborhood, and has been appraised at f per acre
rea of dower.
Terma oash, In one year and the ha!an-a In
twoyeara Trom the day ef sale; deferred pavments to
bear six per ceo interest from the day of aide anl to
be secured by mortgage on the premnes.
OKOKGR WOOA MAN, Stieritt Mout. county.
Bous A MoMaaon, Attorneys. . a27wta
jaV ALU A B LB FATt PUBLIC ' SaTk
Abper Stephana
agajust
ttuparior Court,
Jeeob C Keplar et at..
PURSUANT taeo order and deciee ef the Huperinr
Court of MoQtifemerv couutv. ohie. m ,n t
UTI rUMUOU tMllBO, I Will, ou
.Wuidni. Awrtl ft. 1104.
Sel at pnV4ie out. 17 to in. highest Udder, at the door
ut iu vuun nwm, luiiiioiLj 01 uayron.the hroifil
Francis J. And re wa, a lusted east of Center? 1 lie,
this coun'y, contaiuiDg 1;m acres.
it is in a good state ot uultivaitoa, has abaut ilteen
acreu of woodland a dwellinjt, turn, threa lanaal
bouaea, Ae.
Appraiaed at WW, 90 an acjt msy sell for
fj.vuo vi, nr i rti nn Bare.
UKUHUK W. MAl.iUHkK M..i.fi'n
J. A. JoattAK, l auiHU A JeaaM,K.U. Yonka and
aauHAaoM, Auorneya, malldawta
SAI.E Of RKAL KSTATK HY ORDER
OK COURT.
IW THB VILLAfil OF CARROLTOS.
o
TTB8DAT. h Md ri or M.rrh. I ll 111U
' bttwHi tti hours of twa Md lour o'cloafc n m.
ibe Br.)Di.. will ha .old Ln fh mKH.i hi.lHar.
th Ibliowing rMtl a.ut u lh. praparty of John
Dodde, daoeaifd, to-wit: Vituat i tha oennl;
j mim wn mt ismn, ail Ol IOI. nO. .7
44, tltuataand bamuin lha lo.n nf HarMlliAn.
ably to tha pl.t of id Inwn. h.ni lot. ha? on I horn
ft Large nnaaud Roiuiuodioua hnelc dwailinfl, sood
ubla. and olhar good oulbnildingK.
Bald prooartv lua bD auDraiMMd.ln.. mt da...
llujo and cannot aoll for lau than two thirds ol lb.
apprai.ea Tame mereoi.
TICRMM Of SA I.K-)t-third ra.h 'n hand OD da.
of aaia andoDa-third in ons and ona-third in
yaftra. Wltb mtaraat rrom day of aala, to ba vcur.d
.. I WILLIAM POr,
Administrator f John badds, deiMuifMi.
Aftasi Cut, AUornay. folow'a
SHERIFF'S 8ALE.
Fifc&ais Ball, par (guardian, .a. Nsnry Haffiaman
ai. Caaa No. tatt, Aloulgauiary Cannlr aupwor
Court. In Partition.
T Y virtiia of, and io aba.li.noa to, th oommand
I J nnomaror saia msda ny tha nitpanar Oourt
lloutgomary Ooitnty, Ohio, and to ma diraotod, 1
otter nt public ssJs at iba door of th Court Housn,
oVirardnv, AprU a, 1.64,
At two a'alank p rn of .aid day, Ilia following daaorlwad
roal u win Tha aouihraat quatl.r al .action
awaalT-aaran (T). town.liiu Iwa (fit. rao.a tour
".t. Am , In Nontirom.ry bounty. Ohio, conunniog
vo nuo-rra sua nuy nine ajia xty.sis an nuud'
radth aoras. mora ar laa..
itaid pramisa. ha.a Ihw.o uni.i at an. .Ill.
per aora and naouularll Ui laa lluHi Iwa-tatrda
of aajfl nitpraisainenl.
Term. (Ju. iliiro oh, on. ta'rd la una yaar
ha taU.nea in two va.ra u-oui th. duv of aa: thad.
Ibrrad paytnaol. to har int. Rat aud to baaauurwd
LtOHut WOOAStAN.Ibariffalonl oountir
fc. B. ff.T, Atlatary. ( , ,. aiaJtdawaMU.
mv &mmt.
City and Other Matters.
Traveler's Register.
"Trains arrivaaaa dapartfraas tka (aiaa apal
atfollsws:
Otgaiiia.Ti, BawtLvai aaa aaTTaa.
Btpart . arrtw.
Ioui. .ilia and 8t Laaia Bf all-.. (3 a at I Mia ml
Omoinnati Aooossmoaat aa t.4o a aa A:0o p m
f;ineinn.ti Nail Sriia p nt 7:rptni
Cincinnati Aooamtoodatien 6:4.. p m lidiaani
-atap.at Middlatowu and Hamilton aaly,
Dattom. Xnttn, an CaLVMavs.
Ks.tarn Kiura.a a ra A:M am
Oolamhii. AorommoilstioB ft:oa p ra I:. A m
Aaiiia Accommooniion a:i.pm
Ea.Mrn Kiprs.nr II " a ra 4:4 p m
-Thalifi.'iB m traia lavas daily aioaptHundays. !
Pa..ntror. nntkistraia must ar-h.. thairlink.l. 1
owirv.:w p m.
tsssixr, ana ana Otiamaati.
flaadnstrr Moil .-( a nt IMim
HnatsTilla Aeoomraodatioa..M.t:vu p at ' 9:44 ra
uattoii ana Miaaiqan.
Caicsga Mali l,an a ra so a ra
caioagoaud oetmit fr,xpraaN....S:na p m s:4t p ra
iNataa. flKRTaaL aaa Ditto a Wannaa.
St. I.rnis and Chlflaga M.tl m ' ra II 14 a m
lodisnapahii AiM:atntaodatian...4:M p ns 1:90 p na
I), ttsn aj unlaw.
Accommodation t:9taas t:6Aam
Kxpraa. V:IS in n;lo n m
SAMUEL W. KING, Agent.
Lunch. John Genxnaele, corner of Fifth
Bad Ludlow, will fi a superb Turtle Soup
to-morrow morning at 9) o clock. Oo early.
Wanted. By n young man, boarding in
private family. Three or four aquarea from
the Court House. Address Empirk Office.
Mr Burgont, of Cincinnati, beg, leave to
announce to the citizens of Dayton, that he
has just arrived wiih hi, "Great Western Pho
tographic Car" and is prepared to take Card
Pictures in good style at 11 60 per dozen.
Having no rent to pay he can tbus pnt his
prices down to the lowest stand trd. He will
be located for a abort time at the corner of
Main and Washington streets, Dayton, Ohio.
Second National Bank of Dayton, 0.
U. S. 10-40 Bonds Exempts from Taxa
tion, By direction of the Secretary of the
Treasury of the United States, I am prepar
ed to receive subscriptions for the U. S. 10 40
bonds, dated March March 4, 18C4, bearing
five percent, interest payable in gold. .The
Bonds will be ready lor delivery in a few days.
Call and make your subscriptions.
D. C. RENCH.
Cashier and Designated Depository.
Evergreens, 8hade Trees and Plants.
The undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Dayton, that he has on hands
the largest and most thrifty stock of Shade
Trees, Evergreens and Ornamental Plants,
ever introduced into the City of Dayton. The
plants have heen selected with skill and by an
experienced English gardner, who has made
arrangements with the proprietor of one of
the finestjnuseries in the United States to sup
ply him with any tree or flower that may be
required by his patrons, whom be kindly in
vites to examine his atook of varied Ever
greens, Shade Tries, etc., on Ludlow street,
back of the Third Street PresbyterianChnrch
GEORGE SAY.
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ami
by
Head, White Men, Bead! White Me
chanics and laboring men of Dayton, read the
following interesting notice from the Cincin
nati Commercial of yesterday:
"Mr. Wilkinson of the Burnet House re
turned yesterday from Baltimore, briuging
with him some fifty "Americas eitizens of
African descent" to ba. employed as waiters,
porters, Ac, in that hotel in pfarg of tkott
of Irish descent hitherto employed, the new
nanaa were set to work immediately.
White men bow do you like it? Fifiy men
thrown out of employment in one establish
ment to make room for imported niggers,
This is the feast to which the Abolition party
invite you. Are working so men blind to tha
interests of themselves and their families as
not to be able to see through the designs of
those villanous fanatic who are endeavoring
to degrade them to the level of the African.
Only a few days ago, 'the Dayton Journal
published an extract from a speech, made by
that old limber Jack who sits ia the Presi
dential Chair, to a aepotatioa from an Aboli
tion Working Association in Washington City,
in which he stated, in alluding to the difficul
ties which have occurred between white labor
ers and negroes io some of the northers cities,
that he regretted to see any difficulty between
those who bad to labor for a living, that their
intoreete were all alike, and thai they ought
to be friendly and work together in harmony.
Men of Dayton, we ask you in all soberness
will you vote for a party who openly and on
blushingly seek to degrade yon to the level of
the aegro T A party that is now at work or
ganizing "treedinen associations" all over the
north for the purpose of importing negroes to
compete with you for labor, for rest assured
as soon as negroes can be imported yon will
have to work along aide of them 'and at the
same wages or not work at all. The Demo
cratic members iu the Ohio Legislature io
order to protect yau from this state of thiugs
introdnced a resolution to prevent negroes
from coming into the State, but the Abolition
majority promptly voted it down, oo the
ground that they had no right to prohibit citi
zens from any State from coming to Ohio.
We hope that every working man when he
reads this article will pase it around to his
neighbor, in order that all may see the object
the Abolition leaders have in view, ia their
abominable crusade upon the rights of the
States and of the people. And in conclusion
we ask all men who consider themselves bel
ter than niggers to give their support to the
nominees of the Democratic party who have
always protected their interacts, and who
(will use their best efforts to put a stop to Ue
importation of negroes io to this State.
I
The Choir of Trinity Church This
organization some, time since announced the
intention of giving on; of their faverite Con-
cert at Huston Hall; the time then fixed upon
was last Monday, March 28, .Owing however,
to the choir of a sister church, having about
the same time fixed upon the same time and
place for holding a concert, this affair was
postponed, in favor of the choir of Emanuel's
Church. We are now authorised to announce
Thursday evening, May 5, or Ascension
Day, has been agreed upon as the most con-i
venient time, and that it will positively take
place at Huston Hall. The choir has lately
been thoronghly reorganised; all of the old
siuger have returned, nnd some good new ones
been added.
It is useless for ns to attempt .o add to the
reputation these amateurs now have. Their
Dast efforts show, that it ia not naeaasarv for
them to extol their own merits in the public
press, for the purpose of drawing a crowded
house. The announcement that they will
sing, is enough.
Tha object is, to pay the indebtedness of
the library at the Church, and to furnish ne
cessary music. So look out ''Ye Walla of
Zionl"
Kotice A large number of the Tailorea-
aes of this city met at tha Oregon Engine
House yesterday afternoon, and organized by
appointing officers pro tern. After soma dis
cussion in relation to rules for governing the
society, the meeting adjourned nntil Menday
afternoon at two o'clock, at the same place.
All tailoresses and seamstresses are invited.
By order of the President.
Book Bindery Ia Beckei'e Bailding, over
the Post Office; evory description of Binding
ia executed ia the very best style, and at
cheapest rates, sack aa Blank Books, Mags,
tines, Ac. Baling done to order. Remember
the place, Room Ma, 23,.Beckel's Building.
2w locaL P. W. METER.
Situation Wanted. Wanted, a titua-
tioo M Clerk. Book-Keeper, or Salesman,
Tha applicant hat bad experience in all. Wa-
gee oo object. City reference girea. Ad-
dreBthiaofl.ee.
Wanted to Rent a comfortable dwelling
with six to eighl rooms. The wegtera part
of the citj, north of Fourth St., preferred
Enquire at this office. dtf
" p"r 6" a iTe o t 1""
Dayton Weekly Empire.
Bj HUBBARD fi BBOTHXR,
(LAT Or THE LOQAV 0O0NTT 0AK1TTI.)
Ravin taken ehane ot tha Darraa Impibi. we
possess all I he desired facilities for publishing a nt
class papt r. and respentfully submit this Proapaataa
to the Patriotic, Liberty loTiue: Democracy rry
where, for their subscription ana support.
The Enpiaa will be a Democratic paper, without
any prefix or Qualification. It wilt ba for Oonsiitutien.
or .uaw, iot uioeriy. tor reece. "i ns umpire la
Fence," said Napoleon, and so, humbly, hut earnest'
ly, aay we. These ideas we ahull inculcate; not by
violent or foictbla resistance to constituted authority,
but within the pale ol the law, by argument. ly feet a,
by appeals to tt.a reaaon of the people,
lhis vnsrol 18tf4 is destined to be memo natal a fer
all time. It must mark the Bra of Democratic Hesto
ratieo Law, Order, Peace, and Union or the atter
and final overthrow of American Ltherty, with super
renins; Despotism, or Anarchy, which u iaore to ha
deplored than Despotism.
una of the oonditions of DaraocraUn s i tones t, which
must be cam plied with, ia tha diaaeuai nation el Iem
ooratio papers. These ought to be put in tha handa
of every man who will read them. II this were ef
fee ted, all doubt of auoreas next fall would be remev-
ad. The people wUl redeem therase vee, il ihej can
only be informeo.
Ihoa who ware readers of tha
LOGrAN o a z b t t e
Wilt understand what is ta ba tha character of tha
Eairiaa. In addition to carefully prepared aad sound
xemocraiio euteriaia ana selections, it will be lull el
Life. Sploe, sad Verletr,
A. Msvnio MsLVOSTfl hevia declined t teke
charce ol the Roman Empire will have a Depart
ments ina cm-ibi or uayton, ana wiu "irrauteie
tha evening, horiaon," "with his usual ability," aa
"thaesquer will truly show."
The author ol "I'NfJLE HWfl HOTIL," "KTK
COKFk'kV' DIC HKRKNADK," Ac , will amg has
merry sous as often as occasion intpiree them.
1 here will, as in tha Lojm Qtwit, be a quaatitv of
"Butternuts picked up aader our owe Tree," and
served in each number of tha Weekly.
In addition to this, careful at tea ti on will ba paid ta
the News 01 tha Week. Market Reports, and. in a
word, all that goes to make up a pleasant, reliable,
and radically sound Democratic paper.
We sand ihis Prospectus to old friends everywhere,
and to many ot woom we hope ta make friends, ta
the belief and hop that tbey will aid us in the estab
lishment ol a reasonably prapereua Demecratie
paper,
TBHMSi
To bid if! e ubanribers ft par annum, alwavs ie ad
vance. After deliberation wa have coiv:iuied. not
withstanding tha exorbitant price for paper, ink, Ac,
to aend ten copies of tha Weakly for PilWn DoU-ra,
knowing that there is not a township in Ohio where a
elub may not ba made op oa theea terms.
Tha latly ia aunt to mad subaoribera tor 94 par aa
eum, in advance, or six months far
Address
HUBBARD A BROTHER,
DAYTON, OHIO.
Legal.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
John A, McMahon vs Iaaae W. Tioyard, Cuerlea
Vinyard and Paitereon U.Hnyder, defendant. Hu
pen or Court of Montgomery County, Ohio. AU
rpU B deiendante. Isaac W. Vinyard, C bad as Vinyard
and Pattoraon H. Mnyder, defendant in the above
antlon, will take nottee that on the tt6th day of Jauua
ry, lsM, a petition was filed ee-unet thaw ia the eu-
tisnor Court ol MoDtgotrer7 county, state of Ohio,
r the aum of one hundred and Iwenty-flve dollara,
with interest upoa tfty dollara from October ttu, leae,
and anon tha balance from Jnn JO, 1864, for profee
aioaai service rendered them by the plaintiff above
named, aud that aa attachment was lawiied agarnat
sricir propeny upon in arouud ol tneir being Don
residents of the state of Ohio. Thaj will take notice
tltat unless they appear and aoawei to the petition so
filed against them, by tita Id day ef April, A.D. laoa,
Judgment will ha taken againat ihesn for the am oust
and lutereet aa sum bed, ai the April term next of th
aaid Court, and their nrooariv sold to nav tha
jaJOwd JOHN A. Moat HON
JAMES PERR1NE 8 ESTAT&
IL persona indebted to the estate of J amee Per.
rme are rou! io maae immediate paynieat
Atid aava themselves trouble and expeuee; and those
hnving olaima against tha ittus wiU preaaat them to
mi
IgL
in un"riKUa lur anowaue.
snaMdawU
OKO. W. BUAW, AdmlaiatraAoc.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Manr Jan Bright, Administratrix ol Wa, Bnght'a
tMsve, riainan, against jonaa aeegaiey, Oafendeut.
1 before John Buraett, Jauo ot the Pease af Jef.
tbrsoa township, Muatg aery ooauiy, Amosnt
cisviniew sii ie.
N the Uia dav of January, UoA.aaid Jastte iaanod
an ardor af ittatchment in th above aotiosn fciar
a aum ul ono hundred and fifl?ea doilavn suul .
auty Iva eeats, Oeao sat for heattaa oa the lath dar
ef Marah. Isa4, g f 'elaak A M.
Paper Hangings, &c.
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UtUKtrO MAM,rATlKI.VU LdXPAJV,
MlNtlFACTfRCBJ AND DKALBM HI
PAPER .HANGINGS
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WINDOW SHADES,
6T, West t'ourtfe street, taaelnoatl.
fit ttook of Paaer PIanns, Onrtaln Paparo.and
Transparent Window Shadee ia th largest ever
lered t western Ivuvers. In oar retail deiartment
wa have, in addition to oar largo stock of Piam and
Decorative Papain, all tha
BEST NOVELTIES
THAT TUB
KMtern or European Markets Afford.
Tha apftctnl atlnntion ( laraiti.a ratcailwia. te arna.
tnont their drawing rooms, boatlotra, hor.ri.s, h.ll.,
and diuintt room, la nailed to rheaa baaaulul Oooda,
wnloh wa are att.rlng al law prices.
All Klmda ar St or a, and o.h.r Iks
Made ta Order.
CAtfAROU MANUFACTUBIMO OOMPANY,
SV Wast ronrtb straat, Cincinnati, Ohio.
H. H Basaw. aulB.il.
Pensions.
JSSTSS I. H.OABTI,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
AND
BOLIOITOK FOR CLAIMS,
WAsniNUTo on r, d. ..
WUl slva ,rempt attaatien ta applioauous for
ARREARS OP PAT, But NTIKS,P1.1S.0XS,
And all other Claims before tha alxaaative Depart
ments and ia the Court ef Olaimn.
Hefrata: Huns. U.M. Rioe; M.S. Latham; M. S,
Wilkinson, WnitedBiates ienators; J.U lalack; K M.
fltanton, SecreUryof War; Vfi liam Kellovg.ni'huyler
Colfax, H. B. Fnuke, Members ef Ooagress; Colonel
O. W. Kwing, ef Iu-iiana, and ethera.
The underairined desires to iaferm aeraoni having
demand agsinNt the Government of the United Btatea
that he ia prepared ta prosecute their claims with
uromptuessand enreasousble terms. Bis practical
knew I edge ef all tha deUila of the militxry service of
ibe United Htatfa, givea him great fsuilities for the
speedv adjustmentand oeHeotieaef every description
ef militaryolairaa.
FKNHI0N8.
All peraens wha entered the military service after
March 1, Util, and are disabled by wounds or diaease
are entitled to penainna.
Widowa f sel di era wha are killed, or die befe eor
altar their discharge, frem weunda received, or dis
ease contract d while ia aervtca, ar entitled ta peu
ions.
If no widow, then the ohlldrea, under aixtaan years
of age, are entitled ta pensions.
If n widow nor children, then th mther,lf wholly
ar in tvart deoendent en decaaaed for aucDert.
If n mother, then the sinters el deceased, under
sixtesa years af age, if whlly ar ia prt dependent
ea deceased fer support.
HOUXTIE.
AU enlisted mea wha aerva Iwa years ar entitled to
Bounty.
All whs ar discharged, br rea of weunda re
ceived ia battle, are entitled't bounty.
Bountiea and arrears of pay due deceased soldiers
are paid aa follews: first, t ua widow; second, if no
widow, to hid children.
If ha died unmarried: first, (o father; aecend, tf no
father, ta mother; third, if oo father nor mother, then
te his brothers and sisters. Arrears of ost goes to
the heirs. JUHTUB I. McCARTT.
JOHN H.flTtPPVLMAt.Eaq., Davton, Mantgom-
rycouoty.Ohio, is my ant honied aasaciate. Appli
eatiOQS prepared tad fereartded by him, will re-'eiT
pramnl attenuen. oeindtf
Music.
8TRI2STO MUSIC.
I AM are pared I Hntni ttariag Masic far hail,
parties, Ac, at the lweal possible rales. Having
rayed with Prof FairoluJd during tha lest aaiaiuer,
faal caufident that I oita satisfy ail ais aid -atom-ar.
I aa a member of th KogimeBtal Hand, and
caa fumitth any aurabe; ef pieea for a string baud.
All ardora left with Charlea Thoobald, carar Third
and Jerfjruea atreete, aadar Bustaa Hall, will b
promptly attended to
d..4d3m tAVTF?, AHTW.
Medical.
CINCINNATI TENKREAL HOSPITAL,
stabl is bed ia tha Tear lae,
VOB TIB 01&B F PRIVATE wIBKAbta,
And namar the centre) af two af tha meat Km meat
Phyaieians ia the world,
DR. B. BOMAPARTt, frem Loadan and Paris
Uetipitale. and far th pant tea years af tha Cm
emaett Vanoreal Unital,and Dr. K. B. RKTMOLUH,
lata of Hew Vera. Thia is the aalv ia th eity
where a aermaoeataura af Prtvase Diaeasea caa ha
obtained, without tha use af mereury ar ceaage ol
diet, twoaerrhota cured ia ra 4k aeora. Wmi eured
ta I ta 10 dava; atrtctaraa cured in 1 ta 3 weeks; No.
tii roal Kmiasieas sieppeti ta 1 te tiiya; bernmaj
waaaneaure nini weois; wyaailis in its pnma
rv staoeseurod IB3 davs: adarv itvniBvtAamsi is. i
to S weeks; dkia Diseanoe eared ia 1 ta If weeks; ira
potn4?y, vigor restored in 1 to 4 weeks A U disease
of a pnvate nature treated with aaparalleled aaccee,
mate or niawi.
Ifr. Uenaparta's great woett oa arlvato disease, the
Private Guide to Health, ia benettm&J to all, male and
temale, old aad voung, abould read this book It will
enlicntea those who eroao ia darkeaaaa. ns u.
aents, aent by mail.
Or. neaaparr a rroaem ramat Mala BaiVI It te
aerfeetly safe, and never faila te re Mnsraetiaa. Hi
the aaly safe and sura praveafiTa agaiast diaea
Priel Hie Kreach Patant Male ttale, St the a arte
ana, 4 per hair deaen fT per deaea, en by msil
sibarhtadarae LoitlltR S Vemale Maothiy Pilia ts a
are and reliabla remedy fer supproastons and all fa
maiadiseasss Iadiea sbeald aotaaa them danng
erecnaacy, a they will ateduoa misoarriairo, Pnoa
,1 ee pawaM-
Saa tl-Mii w aa aadraaa a
pra. B.SI. ar ta asaa t oaaanlt: lliav are aw
quaatiMabl; aikawlMs4 t. ka Ika rksmpiosa a.4
kiars a( vanaraal diaaaiwa. aad tha anl T Ooatara wko
raoat.a asanlklT rapart. rVaas (ka ai4 world; lkv
ka.a kaa aaoa.laaad lrm aa aarlv m af nlk as
witaaaa tha .anatis diaaaaa wku k arr.iot Mankind,
aad M waloh tha prarraas tkrauik a Isaa aaraar at
Erof.Mioa.1 .tudv la avanr .phara Ufa, rtaia tka
umbla akad ol pavartr ta (ka manaiaa aftha waal.
Jir.aad kana aaearuiaa l hayaad a daukt Ika vast
sunanaaal kunaaailr.kaTdi.nniuad ta aalact tk
iraaaran v a.atam as tkalr paraVitlar .endv, and t da.
VuU thwr wfialaatl.attan to tk.allaviaueaof thadia
s...sot thaaaiwtportantftinetioai.. Na lattar. will l
aaawsradaalaastkarnantMuaranuMaaoaora pu.t.
aaataanp. Oall or addraaa,
Urs.BOSAPAlTt A BITNOLPe,
p. 1st Sto. mora straai.barajaaa fink A ai.Di. aaat
ld.Oiauaa,Oni.
0kiesanwBitA.SI.Ia,P.M. Sal
Boots and Shoes.
,
1
A. hi. UOBUUN d. UO.,
ManurR,:luirii and whola.al dealers In
BOOTS AND SHOES
M PEARL ST., BETWKRN WALNUT AfD TINS
dld;tu ;inoinnti.
liKOKUll HOCHWALT'S
BOOT AS II SHOE STORE
Ka.elS, Third St., Kaslor Town Clock,
1N Of TUB "I.ITTM OV."
DAYTON, OHIO.
rni Pakl Will plaur taka nMlt'S thai tkHalcnl,a
has now an band a laiga ana ootnplrtte siara ai
BOOTH AN I) HIIOES,
tarlkaFal! aad WintrwMir ar tha vary bast noalitr,
'ompn.ioKail tha ktad. tkiitcau pa.iaijr ba nramiad
wili ba aald
' TERT LOW FOR CASH,
During the War.'
Promloacexaeneaccia the basinets, hie work, fa
stria and durability, cannot ba anraassed. and fa
cheapness he dories competition.
194,1 aunaaof Heota and um made to crier,
ego UKdKOK HuCHWALT,
roome soaoe store, n ais, intra st. vjwt,j.
aulB
Important to all Interested.
J. P. laBNTB Jt BON,
(Huocossors ta LenU A Week el,)
HAVR Jast received freia th Bastern market, at
CkMh paiohases,a largeataortmentof mens, la
dins, hevs, veatlia, misnes, and children's Boots,
Shoes and Gaiters, of the first quality and latest style,
and at prices that defy competition. Also, a good as-
nortTncni at net's ana sp ror men anu oojm, ah
kinds af work made to order, of the best material aad
workmanship. A (U fa warranted.
FKRb. K WBCKBL, foreman, will surely please
you if you give them a trial.
Call and examine their stock before nurchaningelse
where. J. P. LKNTZ A HON,
aitie 1M Main, between Third and M"Tkt.
Insurance.
The rAUMEaS'TMEUlXTS'
INSURANCE COMPANY
or
DAYTON, OHIO.
OrFIE-N M MAIN 8TREBT, OHPOilTB THE
COURT UuUkE.
CAPITAL BTOOK..
..100,000
FIKH A 1ST ID MABINB.
This Companv ofT.rs superior Inducamants to all
par.ana do.inoit property iu.uthJ. Kira and Manna
risks ara tnk.u an all insurants property apaa tha
sss.t farerable tarma.
HOARD OF IIIRKCTOB8 :
AlfrM Prudon, Kraannal Hhutts, John H. Wintars,
n. Kiihn., Jni'ok B. Olwin, R. I. Harshnian,
U.H.Wcakli;, N. B. Ilar.t, Z l Crawlotd.
KKUItKN ll. HArUIBMAN,PrMdant
N ff . W.akl.t, Hrtrr.(.r. f.4 i3tn '
Hotels.
UNITED ST ATE
BEACH iTRKET, BOSTON.
(.Directly oppoaite the Boston and Worcester Railroad
Ipot.)
THR undersigned, who htn been connected wiftt tha
American House, in this city, tor ever nine years,
ha lea-ed this well-kaowa and nripular Hotel for a
term of yeere, and pledgfi him ell to hia trieuda and
the public to tine his ntn.nst effort to sustain the rp
ittation of the UNI TED KTAIkM HUTKL.es a Una
clasH house. The puhlic may rely Uon nndltig, al
thia iut,atl the appliances and conitorta of a nrst
olas hotel.
Price, aa heretofore, Tw dollars tier dav.
rtcHiT, rWAK PRATT.
Hotels. Shirts.
DEMOCRATIC
SHIRT MANUFACTORY
RALPH O. McCKACKKN,
fxKAl.KH in tine LineiH, both Insb and German,
) and gentlemeu's urmshing tioods; Hosiery ol
ml kiiKlH.
Kme Liucn maile to order, by measurement, and a
ueat fit a imrantet-d.
Paper Patterns out.
0.t E3T FOURTH HTRrfKT, OPI'OSITK TH I
STKKPLK WITH GOLD HAND. inl'Mm
Hotels. Shirts. Clothing.
MERGUAM TA1L0R1G
TTKNHY MILLKR,
THANKKl'L for patru'ittge heretofore extaudrd ta
the trraef Miller A hsrvb, respectfully solicits
a continuance of the same to biuisiei'.at the old stand,
IJtiMioD building, ccrntrl bird and JctTrson streets,
where hs will always h found with a lull assortment
of goods in his line. luJiiaw
Restaurants, &c.
UNION SALOON.
Baakal'a MaUdiBC, f JarTar.wa. at.
TWO NEW BILLIARD TtHLEI
at tka nestiaake.aow raadj far as.
Tatars, ansil, wild duov.vsalsoaa, aad all kiada af
raoNt mS Stakj la Ibalr araaoa.
wi.tta, i.iyiiimj.. ah, i.tein bpkh and
KATAUUKS, ACOoalilNt. TO Ottlikft.
ALStt KICKLLKXr ritKSU 0T8TKRS.
Cn.taasara are raaaaotfkllTiant.d.
auv, SKD. LA NUM.
Cooper House Saloon.
Sal atr.et, appaaUo ttae Market Maatee,
J. V. NAUKKTH, Prop.
nWIft Saloaatathaaaesttaiheeity. Oyatera.euafl,
I add durk, reniaoa, aid all kmda of game and
hum la their aeasoa. Maia a all aeurs.
Tae liar I stunpiied with tbeflaesLaad meet ebeice
tioiira. Tha bent breads of eiasrs aad Uiiatuw-ekAt fai.
'Ways ea bead.
Oysters by lb can aad half caa. alMm
JOHfl UKXUgAOKL
Pf.w respecthiilT iaferm his auiaerausaraanda
tatlnjc Saloon and Restaurant
rtsti and Ludlow, whars k. will ha ant. at all Itwiaa te
aaioi v th.as wtik tha baal rha atarkau anord
oYbthiw aatradapia IU. tail aiaanar.aad as
aaarlnves). aaie
J',
Railroads.
Dayton & Western Railroad.
ew m T. . -rrw rn -.... -
(.HAhufc uir llMk.
VN and alr Mondar a.xt trsins a uh loaiat
J Cantml wlU Ina.a tha I'nion bepot, Blatb straat
atA'.&6 am aad 4 dv p ai.
KsturntuK, willSm.a at lliis a ra aid. S'(a a an
The S:o6 a Di. Skd 4:Jkltu. ailra. u.., -'.
eloNuOonufiout na ta ail iMjift. ia tha W.r k.
and 1:1 m nam is Hi. skartasl aaa auiikwt n,u a
to t:hios and tha Nortliwr.t.
W. WlitmWARB, Snpariat.jiiUnl
Dayton and Michigan Railroad.
8, W and srtar Bund.,, r, 14, isu) lnuta
t la... Union l.mt, h.ilh u,mi, for lwa.lt, aL
intarmadiala oinu aa tolluw.: r '010,10 u
I'ol.do sod t,hico Mail ai lu.lM a m
O icasnd lT,,,.k. E,,r , p
n" 1 i'i r '.
Dayton and Michigan Railroad. Sandusky, Dayton and Cincinnati R. R.
ira, gomx norm, aa loiluws' " '"
'-t.il I A- ,M- thr"uKh freight nd
O.W Willi 1-aa.onK.rO.r Sitae "Ji ow"nO'o.tarlI1
Ill-Mil ,:." alatl ri la. oprinisoM
a.i.tv uronun, llollolouuiin. A ui..
sauauHkj, eonuaotibg ol rin-iiold !T, u" u.
.. PiwiZ "..I'"' "I'm aid loi'f
T. - nnu im.OIIW.wi..., --WM h'.
liuikirkai:iuau.,Md llutlaio at ,'l p w
Wa.l,arri.irulinloladoatl.lo, t5,r,
(rt.l I "'" Aipreaior au?,LJ'..l"b.
lt.xx ano nannontaiue, counNuiu ?'" "rba,,
uji iiunianiiaat liilia in. ,u " il:61
aaa b. h.d at iZ c?" ?'a" rtl., , 10 .
M. 0. t,n. Tick.! ""Ponntond.oi
- , nacut. '
Illinois Central Railroad.
0
Baltimor and Ohio Railroad.
, rtl itwAA, Kti, it 7 BrT
it ur.,i. JZr I . ""burg on iba uT., "
irwi I tain. r;T" 'J Northw.,:
aas!ie.r".-aMluT,'
I.. iS'Z: """taj. at 4:an ... i7
aud -H
ttl Uhl,
P iTanl V -Sit
tnrouxh wkci.to'u,;""'1 at on:,. " "
' aad ju
H- kllTuVAK, . '''" We...
. , boi.
: J'iwrtatiba.
Baltimor and Ohio Railroad. Dayton, Xenia and Columbus Railroad.
u irou, i.,u,a toil i r ..?'umt"- lhiou.ru
tfn for th
ton al..7T p.. at 11.14. ; "'bt""
uiua.tiou;3,.i,.?.'Bll(,l'axpr...4.44 m . .
--UUul'-"J.ap.,,n,...,
Baltimor and Ohio Railroad. Dayton, Xenia and Columbus Railroad. Dayton and Union Railroad.
-..in oy na,,.
rr.V Vu,a ': an. "i .... .
0
aoif u''io, lii r.r-
Notaries.
john ii. HioppirrrT--"
JUSTICE OF THE PEU3E
Notaries. Drugs, Medical. &c.
U G S.
WALTKKH , KELSO,
Wholesale sSJletall Druirglsfs
Coal and Wood.
;
. PICKEY k CO.. '
WBOLBSALg AKD RKTAIL tiJUUU I
COAL A "TvT Ti nr,
"ter&e-ai
k,Idur;;a;:;.ico.T .lh.r
Coal aad j.f" " hfJ
Ik. law... br-..;;,; P" af tk. n.,, .,
I aaiadJaa " " wrJN Main atreei.
MCKBTwOU.
Dentistry.
tr.Ca.vv... T.M.WuAm.
COatPTOB WIUARI),
DKNTIST S
l A ::irb"'l,"'"'-
" ap-rsaoas paitaiaia. ta B.
and H.olouabl. atl,. .1
anill
..r.71LT: ' rV' 'tt,Uoa ta , .,.1.
our aaan 0 .JT 'T' W
aoana aaaa. m h " . " - of' 0k ti. i
Taatk. - ' as ta
r aaau,ina spaamiaa.
taa atitiar, Hlwk
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