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HUBDAItD s UHO., Kdltora.
TUESDAY, JULY II, 1864.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
rBlTtllY or WT".
WILLIAM W AR54STKQSG,
f a.nee f.rnity.
SltPBRMK JUOOI.i,
IKIIIUIM.I
PHILADKLPH VAN TRUMP,
CM Fairfield Coo ty.
(ve ritfc reaciaf,.)
' , L- Va'-arw-r, .
MACBtAS 0 WHITtXETf,
Of Hancock County.
ehort v mrmrj.
ALEXANDER 6. BOYS,
Ol ' Ighland imniiN. '
-1A1T0RNEY ng.NF.RAL,
LYMAN R ORI TCH FIELD,
Of HolweeConMr.
CVwPTBOl.l.ltB Of THI tE-t'RV,
WILLIAM S V PRENTISS,
I IM PrMklla ("eunty
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
ALEXANDER 8 RAMSEY,
Of Hardin rjnnnty
BOARD or PVL.in WORK',
tern. Ttea,)
WILLIAM LARWILL,
Of Aahland County,
leom T-CAKt't.)
' CHARLES BOR3FX,
Of awMh County.
Current News Items.
Tka amoont of property destroyed by the
rabali in th praaeul raid, together with what
tbay aeited and carried away, ii almost incal
calable. At leaat eight bridges hae been de
atroyd on th Northern Central Railway be
tween Manceytown and Cookeyseille.
Th people of Philadelphia are well nigh
in a panic Commonicatiop with Washing
ton i cat off.
Tb 18ih corps, Baldy Smith a, has arrived
at Baltimore.
Major-Qenaral Frauklin wa captured on a
train an the Baltimor and Ohio railroad on
yesterday.
Th report that dunpowder bridge bas been
destroyed ia doubted.
A rebel deserter reporta the invading force
uow operating in the North to be eery large
Mayor Oanther haa written a letter to Gen
eral Stanford, protesting against the withdraw,
a) from New York of the organized military
force now in tha city. He ia fearful of anolb
er riot, growing out of th general distresa
among th poorer classes.
Th Florida ia becoming quite as formida
ble to oar merchantmen as waa the Alabama.
Qorernor Seymour will laaue a proclama
tion ordering all oitizena of New York to hold
themselves in readiness for military servicei
und urging th formation of National Guards.
When the Alabama ateamed out of Cher,
hoarg roads, ah waa greeted with tremendous
(beers by the populace who witnessed her
partnr. ' Whea th Kearaage came into har
bor, sa the eietor, ahe waa received in gloomy
silence Tkia indicate the feeling of
French people.
Tb National Guards of the City of New
York has protested in a body against being
sent out of th Slate, on the requisition
Lincoln. . , , .,
Gold went up to 2'J( yesterday in
York, and settled down at 277.
W aee it stated that tba Germans of Cin
cinnati are raising money to establish a Fre
mont paper. They art tubscribiug iu shares
of f 10 each.
U is stated now that there are two Confed
erate vessels off Cherbourg watching for an
to poanc on tb Rentage.
Oo. Seymour is evincing something mor
than mere sham in th prosecution of
and other, charged with th crime of
th World and Journal of Commerce.
Th Governor, it ia said, will militia of
of th Stat to aafore th law.
Bragh, Dtnniaon and Delsho, all deny
thay teomaoded Tod for Secretary of
Treasury. The probability seems to be
Tod recommended himself by telling
tore Lincola pronounces him the
story teller in Ohio.
The Price of our Dally to be
Advanced to 20 cents per
Week.
W cannot poasibly afford to coutiuue
to furnish th Daily KuriRK at pieneiit
rates. Th great advance in the coat of it
publication compel ua, relutully to an
nounce that after this week we muxt in
crease its price to 20 cants. The necessity
for this pnoat be apparent to all v
July 9, 1864.
The Invasion.
Every dispatch seem to impart
tional magnitude to the Confederate force
which threatens Baltimore and Washiug.
ton. One corps, at least, that of Baldy
Smith, has been sent to the former place,
and from the aspect of affairs to-day,
Grant will have to spare a still larger pro
portion of his troops to repel the very for
midable army which, nn.ler the ronrt
skillful commanders of tho South, seems
to intend the capture of the Federal capi
'otuminateai
tal. It is not unlikely that a great battle
tagton before the taking of Kicnmonrl ia,
[Original.]
"A Drop in the Eye."
B3fna aMaOOIW Ta av; resaen tiiv-i sa ut .wji
WMeaJd. h,l., l.waap La th. near th.
a aWf aa. whea toW of the wr.ua shot.
Reliability of the Telegraph.
Y-t,u, . au...uh cm iu the.
1
words: "IisMier U eeeion inroor
of d nigeis, nI inri iu WmUinision "
T.mM.v it inform n that there i ru.
mor that the Cimfnltnlt have attacked"
tit fortifications of the city, ftii'l that re
inforcements are very mncli nwlid.
Yesterday we wet tol.l that the reitl
was oot of !p much conseqnence a to
disturb ffoo. Giant.,., This morning we
'.earn that Baldy Smith's corps it at Bal
timore. ' .
Startling News!
Y have startling news -
i graphic dispatches to-day. It ia rumored
that 15,liO'J rebels have attacked the
Northern fortifications of Washington.
There ia no doubt that reinforcement are
needed there. Business ia nearly sus.
pended in ' Philadelphia and Baltimore.
General . Franklin and staff war taken
pnaonera,
1 the rebels.
and are now in the hands of
The Horrors of this War.
de.
the
of
A lady of Romoke,-' Virginia, writes the
following to a Lynrhbnrg paper, detailing the
conduct of Federal soldiers in that village
Tb loyal people of Maryland am , now auffeti
ing in their turn th wrongs complained of
by the people of Virginia . Such ia war; end
yet there are peranns who desire it .continu
ance indeSnitely. , ,
"The yankee army passed through this fil
iate on Tuesday morning last, and pillased
the homes of everjthine they could ,'arry off
with them. 1 am, tor the first time in my lire,
a beggar. I cannot decribe,or you imagine,
hat they have duue to us. They not only
stole my cow, flour, meal, meat, lard, and. in
fact, everything we bad to eat, but they nfid
our trunks, took all my gold and silver mo
ney, my silver plate, and every kind ot liitch
en utensils, knives and forks, cups, saucers,
etc , and they tore the clothes up and atole
my chiMren s clothes, ami, inaeeu, an ana ev
erything. They made a road through ou'
front yard and tore down our lencea, gra7.au
our oats, and destroyed nearly everything we
bad. i
"They not only done us so, hut our neigh
bora were treated likewise. . The negroes in
suited the Indies, and one bnclc nfgger Smack
ed a young girl's face not lar Irm us. One
General rode up and told my servant wnninn
if she would go be wonld take bet up hehiiid
him. She told him she did not want to go, as
she had a good master, They had these Kv
thairon nots that usually come around hair
nil, and paid one man in front of our hnusn a
j note to go with them; he ma go. tie haa
been working lor ns two or three months, hut
did not belong to us.
"You never saw auch (destruction in till
ynur life.' The people that told them they
were for the Union were treatud worse than
the others. They called them d d liar
and other vile names The next morning I
did not have a dust of flour or meal, not a ton-
cupful), and not an ear of corn ro send tn the
mill. We were in a destitute condition truly;
but, thank God, tome of our frieuds, not so
near the road, who were more fortunate, came
in and very kindly offered to loan us. I( they
bad not been so closely pursued they would
have 6red our houses. They say when they
come again it will be with lire end sword."
A Specimen Telegram of 1863.
op
portunity Diz
sup
pressing the
that
the
that
filthy
best
The falsity and fully combined of the iele
graphic diapatchet.Tias long been uotorious,
and yet they are always eagerly swallowed hy
millions who are anxious to be deceived.
But just now even the many fouls of th coun.
try may be willing to laarn a lesson, we re
producethe following "specimen bnok (tela
graphed by the "official liar' from New York
on the 7th of October ISbi. l reads well at
this particular time.
"The Times' Wash ington dispatches ssytha
a colored barber, direct trom Kichmond, where
be has resided during the last eighteen yi-ara
and who has been in daily contact with lead
ing rebels, says that the battle of Chickitmau
ga it not considered by the people of Kich
mond a sucresa ; that Richmond can now he
easily capured if the Yankees want it, and
that officers of the arm; have frauuenils s.J
in his hearing that it would be abandoned
should th Array of the Potomao advance in
force. Many citizens assert publicly that
they will not offar any resistance in case of an
attack, because it would be ntterly useless
People daily sending their effects further
South, in anticipation of the coming Yan
kees." 17 The judgment of tb world confirms
the estimate placed by the Democracy of
America upon the administration of Abraham
Lincoln liueresled onice-holilers and con
tractors alone pretend to exouse tne high
crimes of that bad and treacherous man. Not
oiieini.OliKeuthumiiDbeinecttn conioianttouR-j
1 dtjtnd diid aii must wmii in umir nnurw
tbat he b proved m.Mrable Uilurn, aud
ZHl': b':
thrust Ignomimousiy trout tne uign nines lie
haa so disgraced, aud th powers, whicn he
powers- whicB n
I ...b...1 tn (In. n..n Iniiirw tf fh.-"
r u y 'J '
.... This awrvplr thai ftftniariitl i Had niiLMaMB
he ..eniile have reaolved to accomnlUh.
Connecticut Courtship.
The way they do business in New Haven
is illiisirated hy an incident published in III
olel .i.io. h.e a larue number oloreaenislo
k..,', hee admiration all right, hut differences
aroaa and a big tiiusbhle was the result Dl-
fended lover calls on his Mnry Ann end re.
oneta"thatdressnKtteneivenherliii'lweKi-,
I She passed over th. dwnanded dry Bno.l
Til taxe inni pnoiograjm nic-uin,!! vou i"r
This waa tno much, and the
' She extracted the nirturea and returned tm
A0t for, Bnd give ibem back lo me in about,
four aeeonda I''
female beat a hasty retreat,
,
B(fl , d!lojt,
stioo thsl a Linooln dollar is ealy worth 6ve
I "'Brandy on dollar a drink" is ttie . pla
card iu the window of Broadway (tV. Y.)
Connecticut Courtship. [Written expressly for the Dayton Empire.]
A SUMMER IN EUROPE.
LXVIII.
BAKEWELL—HADDON HALL.
Leaving Inrlnn on Tartar th tith nl
Ostnber.we spent the greater part of a beautiful
day, in (fell in (j north, through Ttughuy Leices
ter Derhy and others of the great number of
large interesting citiet which ia o thickly co
at th whole eurfsesinf ihia wond"rfl island,
to the little town of Bskewe.ll, th (topping
place for visitors to Chatswurth ami Haddnn
Hall Wa arrived too lata in tha evening to
make any excursions to interesting localities
n the eternity, nt w hail aome lionra atill on
. i. j. j- -.r,.r j , l .
onr handa to diapoae of before dark. .There
talk Irs, there were no readable hooks In the
library, no one seemed to be in the streets, and
so,, in a. desperate effort to find something
wherewith to employ ihe time, 1 climbed up
to the little church, which is built upon a hill
overlooking the town, lO loiter aranng the
gravel, which war thickly rounded up about.
it. A cemetery is a very solemn ptar wnen
the names of departed friends stare In one's
face, from the monuments, but in strange
place, I have almost invariably 'ound that tl
church tard will lurnish the material for edify-
a -k.. .11 nih. ntaa.
failandthatolBakeweliprovednoeiception
the rule. Waa it not worth walking a hundred
yards to stumble upon an epitaph such as
this1
SACRED TO MEMORY OF
PHILIP ROE
Who Died September 12th, 1815.
The vocal Powers here let us mark:
I'fPbl ip, our lata Pnr,h Clerlt.
Inrihirih nma ararliMird a Laytnau
With clearer roiae aay ' imMi I"
Whonovr with Halle ujahn Bound
1 ,rtr Him can nmka the Roo1rboun,: '
The Choir lament hla nhoral T-a
Tha Town o a ton heralia Bia Hooce.
Sleep nmllsfiirheil within thy jieacahil slinna
Till sng"!" wslta thee with ifh notes aa thine.'
Poor Philip ! what a sad late it Jours ! The
stranger comes anil generationa yet unborn
will come to laugh instead of mourn over your
silent tomb, What manner f men were they
who thought such lines a fitting eulogy for
worthy christian? Philip would have been
perfectly justifiable if he bad burst h,s cert-
rocnts, returned to earth and visited fearful
relrihution upon those, who thus male him
ridiculou. even in hi. grave. Th. last two
'"'" rraiuin..,,
quotation, the original touiituin 111 mspira-1
1 mlo can drv hpfnra the suaco upon
.l..inm..tnn. ... tilled and the "no ck" was
. , .
forceato summon areiuforcement,
After tea we sat in tha coffee room and
listened t the townsmen talk as they aat
soeiahlv over their hot gin. They discussed
, , , . .,, , .
a,b..f ann chaoaa hnraoa. PAttle. and agrl.
'
cultural fairs and shows, just as country peo-
pie do with us, and were kind and courteous
... -u . A II ika
... .
pleasant little exptessions current in the con-
versation nf gentlemen, like "you are very
kind sorrv to troubleyou thank yon kindly
my dear.lr-I beg your pardon," etc , fell
an r .i
with naturalness ana nnency iron,
tongues of these men, who in social position
seemed, and ill general intelligence undoubt-
edly were, far bi-low the average of our Amer
r n i , ,
ican farmer,. Our countrymen, although rich
in all kindly teenngs, are generally in
great a hurry, or too earnest and ttraightfor-
j . . mi, .n.niinn m ihu orncpa
1 ' - - e,
polite society, and are really behind all oiher
civilized people in civility.
These English inns differ widely iu some
from Ihe country hotels of Amer-
traveller unnu entering . one
by the host or hostess,
respects
ica. A
them is
with servants to receive his luggage,
and be ia asked, "Commercial or private
a question which if he b. but lately arrived
ntry.will likely to resnlt in his
,.n
it. It he answer. "Commercial,
in the cou
wildermen
he will be ushered into a comfortable parlor,
which he will ocenpy aa a lounging place
dining room in company with any other casual
visitors of like tastes and inclinations. If
answers "Private," he will be put into posses
sion of a bed room and killing room," where
he will have his mealt served in that perfect
seclusion which th majority nt Englishmen
regarda at so indispensable to their comfort,
There is no "oBicr nr "reception room,
.l... . t.:r;.. Aa ..
,.... ..- M
residence or donation. There ia
no fixed bourn
You order what you wish nt uj
i A m n. , mt vnn nrAtir Thnrlt
j is' no CT;.hing 'gong to Hrte. slumber
your eyelids in in morning, anu no necessity
r,.r . , ,k. tal,n lest the seats be all
.
enpied aud the ed bles dispatched There
f 1
i no bar room either, and none of that solemn
' perpendicular drinking it which Americans
so generally ludulge. Instead, there
.,uir,. rouui, in wbit h there at i-iiHhinned
,;,.
congregate the bihulimsly Inclined, and
ubls sin their wine or gin, and till the
witb amnke from long steuuuad pipes.
u, ,. ullJ Htii'.e,.,, and
'..)
i.mller l.ow mu. h lumble )mii jive ilieui,
, nun t 'log yu cinu.n.i'y ummt. .
Miu huwaver ou Laud at vuur
h tnKiiy sigiiificanl Ikiwh and
loin, and should you reumin
or obdurate,' yo4 will soot bir a siodesily
m lind'thei
g'-nculution
nrelerred reauertt that you will ''remember'
the Porter, ltnots, and the CtianiberinaiJ,
:' An American who travels lo see people,
whit has been neenstomed lo study national
and individual charecierisiica iu ibe crowds
meet at hotels iu bit own country, will
like tb quietness of tb ICnglisn ion nt
hut at hi xprino Inortas, hit ditaatis
huS:
that tha word "comfort" ia thoroughly under
etnod in Knglend, and that they haa there
aome Uleea apon the subject which he would
gladly aee transplant,! and flourishing in onr
own American anil. Thee remarks thoegh
mada concerning the country inna are equal
ly eppliable to the hotels of the g reat F.nglieb
cities, in whli'h one finds the ame quiet, the
name satisfactory arrangemanla witn greater
laganc and expense. Litlng at a flrawlna
hotd in London will cost an American, if ba
inniita upon his three mealo eery twenty
four houra, not laaa than one pouod aterling,
or fiye dollar! per day
ttaddon Hall,on of the most complete of
the remaining eaatellated enineea, once in
...... . ... ...j. i,,i. ,,t R.it;
habited by the feudal lord n I Britain, we
futlrj wjthin a mile-d a bait of Bakewell
. . - If. i. - L nn,
yeers of existence nav not lett II wiinout
some marks ot "lime s eorroaing tooio, out
still it shows as yery pleialy what were the
domestic arrangements or the nobility in tne
dark ages, centuries before America waa dis-1
..r.,t hn tha hxrnna were kinis and the
i , a m a ur ...,,:M.. ,, k.. k.ai
people mavea. jn. umninu, .i.um, no w...
the reaidence of lh families of Vernon. Ave-
nell. Pevenl. Manners and Stanley. 1 his sec
lion, Derbyshire, being th highest awjunl in
England ia called "th Peak." Ibis fact, to
gether with the appearance of the name of
'Kereril among its prominent lamiues, sug-ge-led
th idea that Scott'e novel called "Pv-
eril of the Peak" waa bausd upon the adten
tures of an inhabitant of this aeo ion, and
j,. k, name 0f "Mart indale Castle' tbetcene
of some of the most thrilling incidents of the
story it suggestea aiao, u ia am, luaujr vi
the ideas of Mrs. fUdcliffe a sombre romance,
ih Mvatsries of Udolnho.
J . r 2 .... ' S
A oretty miss ol louaieen was our guiu
through the different apartments. The old
kitchen with its two immense fire places, in
which sheen and yearlinrf calves were roasted
boll1, and tne old inoies on wnicn uinner
as dished, and I He mince-meat chopped, is
still in serviceable condition, but destined to
remsin unused 1 imagine, until the world
'turns inio its veaterdavs, and goes bark
again to the "golden daya ot th reign ot
"good aueen H-'ss." It struck ma strangely
as we entered then the Chaplain's Room, to
find it made the dopojitory ol an ancient gun
. k..nl f1nt,l1af a nair of hfttieoma.n'a hnnta
and niatol holsters' which probably saw ser-
vies under the liery Kupert against tne -can"
ing puritans" of Cromwell. But I suppose
tneir Chaplains, in those days, were as war-
W ' o.e of on,. , now. and w,e ded the
th. "Sword of th. Spirit."
'f he roof of the chapel, of unpalnted oak, ia
as fresh as if it were hut n year olrj, although
ZZZZvlZX . H suite,
room, usnal in such places, witn walls nung
w t tb queer old tiaintings an 1 tne rustling is
aeitrv. worked hy ihe lair fingers of the gen
Oamea lor wnoae mv.ir mrn ... . in. o,.m
lanoes and shed each others blood. In one
fih.eooo, ia an ancient and rather dlaoida
lB(j p-le(,B 0f fi,rnitue, called a state bed, set
apart and sanctitied hy tne use 01 tne ainerent
sovereigns who visited the haroinai "we ling
Its posts are fourteen and
.r .
half feet hiirh.
and tha canonv. curtains, matrass and cover-
j ma(je so jon(t tD, r,ign 0f Henry
VI, are of velvet and satin, and are rich and
elecant atill. Ooenine out from the maiu
rooms, in the most unsnspeetea nooxs ana
corn,.i ,re mftny of ,h,rsecret chambers
n() ptt,aafre,, ln which the men of olden time
delighted, and whicb.in romances, so much
delight Ihe little men and women of our time,
a.an mnnT wprw iu nitrirn iu kukw wt
tne of (hg i;rtling eTent MCompiiDed by
u
The gardens, still kept in perleat order,
old yew trees, th nowers, tne terraces,
, awift running river, the little Viye, winding
ih K, hi) ar9 .am,
M j Iri olden time, but while Btr reioi-
Cea in immortal youth, men wax old and
nt and never in anv city of the dead were
. , . . .
d thatTh.of tkos. "wb,
delighted to look npon this scene and say
this ia ours," are now lustreless and dim,
thall see it no more forever.
of
If every member of the Administration
throughout eternity to expiate the hideous
t" gujt i,wurred by them, in wickedly and wan
.only, designedly and unlawfully conspiring
be- and engineering to avert a peaceiut
i ment and to inaugurate the bloodiest
m0J, .troclou, r r.cord, violating in
Dr0fr.as every law human and divine,
ddm aucuaaa , i,a biivhi bth
only in the destruction of tb people of
South, the impovarisnment anu enslavement
and
he
ot the North X. Y. New
"Tun Psopt.t Demakd to se Taxid ' In
debate in the Berate on the second' Instant,
Senatur Sumner ol Massachusetts said :
"Th.. nad nt hundreda of millions
additional taxes. The people demand to
and taxed.
in I This as.ertinn noena up a new feature
i. L....l. .r.A
no f- "J""' " ' "-.T.;. 7 .1
lilts Tri"JtJ M UUUian rimuiaiin.o, "
lor lflflt momf)llt 0f vxisteocA, tbir hein
Uour 0n th "broad tbat nwrapfl th lttela
on th. ooffin ,Rt encloaet it. nd ou the
from T-X.
oo-
is a
soc.
room
The
nu
Ihey
i.
il-
other
outuse
THE ENEMY SUKEENDEEED!
O K K AT H LA II (1 II T E
FALL A!W) WMTES C00D&
and
he
not
first,
HOTTeVKKOPPl
No SOU. THIRD STHKKT, DAYTON, OD1.
TAVK tnaitaa rnrmlduhla ettattkon High Prices
Xl and rut them off entirely.
Notwithstanding the depreaaed eoodUloa of
country, they are receiving the largeatatoek of
OLOTHH, 0AHH1MXRRR, VBSTIrlOH,
(IKN'I' H r'KltNIHUlNO BOOPH,
Of lha latest Wv lea, and Fatterna,
gAHOV ANO PLAIN HFtlRTH,
OII1.I.SKH. rikalvEHS, MflK-TIEH,
Kvar pelore orfcred lo the publiu. Tbelr atoAk ol
UKAUV MtUK CLOTUUIW
la new and isahionahle, and are oflerod tmusually
FOH CAHH.
The ptllilit' are invited lo call and eeamina, aa
have extra an e gmda, and otter big laduoaraanta.
KOlT KHUPC,
aulSIf Mo. !Mi, Third Street,
THOMAS O,
ATTORNEY
DAYTON,
LOW at,
AT LAW
OHIO,
WILL. ivTa prompt atiaiilioo All buunvat
..aiataaii tA hi lUMI.
omoa is orrnaa'i Wuildlnij, Third ttiaat.
Linimentum.
VOBTMI of the MSKTKKSTH tkMlhV.
1H. K. COIWAf'l
LINIMENTUMi
rr thapaly ml afectual on e ol
RHEUMATISM i
Jit ereMntmgtha "IJnimaatua" to th ruWla-"
neiol tha lwt and mu cumtlta laMiainea n
ay, t lo not ih to 1 un.lrKHJ u i:lmjn .
forttth powwrof partormtaa uahar.i ol oure) hI
I ft i Mum trial nr an ma pur),opn i rrt.nti.,
II al BU lOai. IH "MBlUieuntu,
to rail.
ohi,ormp m ih tom .h
lCn .,, J,,,,,,,, ohMnw .or
NTr beta Known
laanyoafteof Rhaamatiim, oo mitwT af how Ion
twiiag. whara tia titration wmr aart Ailly t'-lli-w
ad, aor, lndwd,tn tka caaa ol any iLmiumh tot nhHih
It l rwommnnd.l. . ,
IntMtMiul aurHaia, pn'ni intlH'iwor, H'i,', and
, npraina, apinfti itimn-
el, lillin, rtt'ami
.dl.Vt "nd r,ai,.i.,,CiUui'uciir u-.j-.-n'., ",',! am
I ID UIIIIHWHH I V, 111-", "- -
parv,rrnia: aipanmem, and aomwnes soiouk'U raie
xo4iaiwieiiipa.aiiiouiiiiiriuoi
A.N KXTRAORUJN ARY PENETRATIVE
fUWtlt,
whih no othsr r.mimnt po,Mess, and which i tha
Ueoraiof lha uuparallalad auccooa which in.-atn tha
"Woimantum" wherev
TR IT ONOK,
AND YOO WILL
V.1CHOUT IT.
MEVKa PK
It is put up m 36 ooat, 50 oot, and 91 bottles, with
ull diratittonaror uaa, ana niaouinutureu onir 07
lr. K i;oNWAI, Pruprieloi.
No. S3U Third St., liaytun OI1I0
ror anla by mart-.hnta and driiaaisu Trywnre.
anla-tswl
Linimentum. Hardware.
A II D W A R E .
I where.
BEST Q000S AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Th4 nn l-miano'l r dil rvfTiac toi pur-
otuuvd At th iow4toMhralM, Tit:
MecLauic's Tools,
Builder's Hardware,
Cabinet Hardware,
Farming Tools,
TABLE AM) POIKET tlTLEHV,
Mill aW k Cut Circular Saw,
With all othoi rtonda In tha Hardware haa, which we
are prepared to aall aa lew aa any hoaaa Kant or Wet
Jail aii't examine our scoos neiore piircuaainK eiae-
ANllKKSON k DOHB1NH.
JAUlBa BRACK1.IN,
Dealal In '
(00ner8' X0(HS, HardWarC, &C.
V J
t
lauii their wants, call aud aee me.
Clothing.
Later and Better News
FALL
t ""'
URQEST STOCK READY-MADE CLOTHINIt
u th.0l,T- oive us s sail and try us.
KINKE & LEGLKR
Are now receiving their second purohsse ol
AND WINTER mW
Comprising all the new styles ol
8Ult AKD MARSEILLES VE8T1N08,
FANCY AND PLA1X CASBIXEKKS,
BLACK AJtD COLORED CLOTIIU
And a good aa aorta) ant of Furnishing Gooda. t
aiao keep th HAL LOU FHKNUH YOKE UHIHS
riMKK A LxCGLKB.
No. bU7 Hecood at.
Professional Cards.
the
toe
Dom
die,
w
"all
and
had
KLIHV TltOMPSOM,
ATTORNEY - AT -
LAW
ANI
NOTARY PUBLIC.
IirlLL attend to tUHinas entrusiea 10 mmwim
V dmnance. oromntneas anaoare. i
man s Wu Iding, aoum or uuun vau'u
the rooi oeuupled by T. 0. Low. maidmawiy
Dr. WILLIAM KOHY.
rilYSlUAX AXl) SURUEUX
FflOB Third street, opposite the Publie Square
0
Dayton, Onle.
lailklll
WILMHiH K. Lll!:L,VILiL.Ii,
ATTORNBY'AT-LAW
DATTON, OHIO,
ornoR-No. 80 Msm street, nearly opposite
oounea,., over . a Pry Uls jJdS
.n
. aud
il.
and
tba
Boseoarry
UULIN & OAUILU
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
Uor man's Batldlug, Third street,
MSiawlf BiYTOM, OHIO. ;
Taea.sJ.lt Bit. F- F. Curvv
IMITH at CUPFY,
a
be
in
,
,h
A T L A
A?TOM, OITIO.- ..
itTORNEYI
- . OA?TOM,
OfFhlE Clii'" UiuldiDK, Tliirdil. jaadawttro
lTui.(t, laylon, Qiito.
JAiHKI Kfisliff ANt
taxed
pr
COUnSf.Or at L
.IAiMKS H.BAOOOT'l.
(Late Probate Judge,) .
A-TTOnNEY-AT-LA W
'
OFKtOK-aeyimd alory Ftllllipa' Rilllding, corul
Swond and Mailt aireela, eppoaite the KihukIi
it,l
I W'foii?
It
BRLLKFONTAIME. OHIO,
ILL attead projipily to all bnslnesa eoirisl
-are. 'r""'
I-
th.
Sc.,
lo
tbay
eao.w.aoea. joaaa.aaf
HOVK eV MeHAHOli I
ATTORNET8-AT - L A 1
OFFICE N0.S,TaiUI8TBKT, DAYTOf
aaltty
Roomhrwtvior owuulad by J. A. MoMahovai
dooraaatof tha M. It. Ohttroh naar Mam at. aul '
ia l.tiaui lift
FOR SVL12.
fTIHS VAI.tlAm.K FROpr.llTV at Ihe aon
1 cornerol Jetteraon sud Fillb atreela i
A DOUBLE BRICK HOUSE,
ee -h aidecon'aining 10 room", all in goad or wl'h
a mrounlieut wella, eiewrn ., aad ata""
'aLsiVa HIIUSK ANU lot on Fourth ste. "'
ot Perry. For Particular inquire 01
Iuly7d3
Dr. OlfrSR.
. r
A. O. SULLIVAN.
PAPER HANCSR
aooM in rtw''w.i,.
l - . Mw.MnT,,ai !'. tr.
- ..c,."""r.w'" ,'J,r h. o-daxoed waa
Q" ,M . .1. irr.r,.,r.ietoe e' estate-'
vi o-a-s.-rr' - Wu riiiEH.
aNMffl, ' trv
dMaaaed
stay at, lee.
Professional Cards. Medical.
i
t
i
t " ' a:l.' .. 1
Ct'HES Ontiha Co'.ta, Sore Throat, Anthma, and
l".nnumptlou. It ! nnl? Tirrmnny tor Buy ona
ltouMid with fhn ompljDti lo try oon botite of
trirklandi Mtllifluou Cough Baltam
to '"nnirefhin that tt ( the h,t prmrat1on err
ilil. II not only rnr the ano aCBcllono of the
fhrn aid 1.1:11 , hill II curoa Nielli wrntn and
fi...,,,n nl HI n.l inll, nn .,wll.. i.
, kindot i-.,r. Tim.at. li i. peasant u. !,. rd'a
iVEKYBlJliY la ba'ng cured ol tkis dlatreasiDg
i deae by tha ua oi
Dr. Strickland t Pitt Rtmtdf
Hi r.J what those say who hav uaed It. .
Mr. ( narl w. I.and.sti. ol 1 'unnlla, erd Mr. )
P Hacarde, Cincinnati, i, ,boih aerei ured a tr unir
ona potot Ir. ttirlcSlaD'ie Pile Hen.eay. 'Jhey aa
they have tried aveiythle tut nuid oKalB no relie,,
but envPotol hlrlcalacd- Pile luniedy vtertad a
perfect cure after aun",riiv tor mscy yrers vMh ibe
wont kind of Plloa. Tley recommena every ioe
who is puttering to tiv it. 1
asklbr
Dr. Stricklaida Filt Remedy.
Sold by all diuggits, P cla a pot. Msunlaclared at
No. s Kaat Fourth at, Cuclnoait, o. oil
AM)
F Ja II X.
Strickland hiti-Chnlera Mixture,
H a rnmpoMitinn -f BMtrinjpfntu, bfnrletiti. isitm
latDttt and rnrniltifti H hirh t. r i Itvrti.-iui. ...
nowle.ix"" in Hi vly jrf mtkn tliat U fit-i k
rnmiifnl eur(r Iihi-i lirt niai H nitr . l'hi- ii.ti.
hn.-A Muturf in fow in up iu of ,ur ttm,
m wh-r i( jivfn the girmMt Pniif-fio.ioii. It
raVPfl ilia lW4f thoufsBiiiJat of our holciloiN mt.A
ftliwnn, and w v i tmraniff n tn t th wt r mf
dy in ihx world In l)iarrht-H nntl lvMn(rv.
lf WsAMn.ol lOTlltiMno, MV. will lmnnt hunt,.
to Mnrifly anv unfa tn il.t virtu of .ifru klandV Ari-
jnoihiR Mixture- id iari vt nave a irrpat nuuihrm
ttttftlrnuDiftlit frr-n padfnta who faayp i rt rurd ani
wiqw protioutK fi m urnnip ny tiiir tifivk-lHtin, w.m
rwrinkinKonia'D tottmor niricK lund'o Anti i'h..i
raMixtU'. llvnu Ntitltr with Durrlua aud !-
try try oue boaa, D,it
wiumim
13
Hair Restorer.
"
.
th
A CAR) TO THE PUBLIC.
rlUNDrSHIUNFftherehy return their thsnkr
to Mr Vleniiae Fries, Agent, aud the
eKRMASIJ LIFE I.VSl'BAXtK lOHPASi
of Naw York Tor tha j!Tat prompfntH" tiify hat
shown in pa;ig to ua th amount of th lOMmnt r
oo tha lifr otratr kit)iir, dacmaad. Hsid Kirhar
tnsurad hi la lor tha bauatit ol hm tfH and clul
drnn, nn thi21il day o April, 1S64 Ida utdor
took ai H,ai man on tna 1 day of Hay, 1S04, and
on una nnynf nmpany naa naia ua Ui amount t
tha tnaitraon vi.ivu. wa think it right that i
licahould how tbesa taut
PaytoDrday 24,186.
tha put
BARBARA FICBKD.
A. UUUUilT. (luid
ONLV GENUINE
HA:E .RESTORER!
DISUSES OF THE SOALP
THK ttll oruieiTiadieal faculty Id traatlnc (Jii(ns
of fa acalp haa, in a maoh;y or iikni, barn iat
nd uyua, tha moat paoul-Mr dlst-aaaol tha hubiau
irame.i nono i. wnnnarea at, an r quirt-a ;ri
atu'iyap r aarch and a oariol invtahKBtin D ol
tha pitft whir-h pronuca tha til . Uuiena tht
cmiroi Uitteovrd, it ia an mtax mtpohaibiliiy m
arttd it tha diaaa. and ftifct i prtnanm cur.
lif a oi tna momip hkTt t -acn DroOfiUbuad lu-uiaMa
by aa ol tha moatmtu?nt phyaiuiaua. 1 hhaa
Totta VKAHS OF STUDY
To ia peculiar part of tha human t rang a. and I am
tuatiant'd iiim i puaafaa
THK ONLY RRIUUOV
8oraa known, that would parmanontlr radical a
tnoaa luainaonia uiavaaaa ei in a auaip X. a.,
ALT RHUM,bOAL EVAD,
Ai othar omaaaoui dt-aahflaand raatora the hair to
thoct who toava hfoora bald. To ttiaka
good th aaariioo, 1 will forfeit
j FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
f fall to cure tha worat esaes of dlaeaeed scslpa of
tne longeet standing wlin ilia
Olal.Y UKStlSI HAIR HKITOUEH.
Read the lollowlne:
i'lkstimcni u if 3ft. Sarah Owi )
Albaht. Nivt Tojik.
Paor ItMvHN: Two veara auo niv aoalu ntrimi
taaaaaataud my nair coininene. u to tail out vary Uvt.
'tui iliaftakM tsttrMtd until nt ifa'D wnm ana rorntilai
'V,ora. it Uecaoia fry puinful, my raat as night wa
trokan: lha burniniiand .U'liiiik aannillon wait ULiun-
portabii i would apply n m.dy altar ratnad), but
oniT mtinifotHrT mi
1 connulifd af'Vtral thi-
nana nf ihiftcity. 1 waa Informed hy tham that tha
rdi-vaaH with which my twf lp mm atWorrd t t-.It
Kh um. and that ttt y onulij not rnrrit ma. 1 raad
Four mi vrttfsii.-Dt aud atiu ludd ia cohilH you.
kou BHt ui H'l ma that you aouiu eradicate tha diat ib
"I'd l-ealoie my hair, wlnen had Iwcon e eiy ll.u,
A'i. n llmt aao-rauoe 1 placed mysell in your handa,
and Ihe reru'la are, I I ave a IliXUiitmt l.i-ad ef haii,
my acalp is oerle-llt well, and my l air haa ceasad lb
v
I ImJI ollt. Wai.t't 111 I V fUlil'H.
i Mkd. rtAMetH Uoi i.i, No. ;7 ficiub Paarl atrwt
It i h IkV't acknuwlf-dxad by all who havts unad th
Hair Rfi'atiHfr, aiut tnair nama is l(Iiol, uiai u in
THE ONLY PREPARATION
Thai would etVi'tually and prninant)y rfoi lha
Itairnf ihoMtwhoara tl..aad pravaut
THE HAIR FROM KALLINQ OFF.
Tbaltrga and rapully iwraaningnalao Raaioraur
it tha aimua(-i avtd"n a ol tha niaoitold brnrT it i
t'ou.v-rriorf upon
THE HUMAN FAMILY.
'1 ) I'ouri.lcuva of lha publui lia baati otiaiitfd. ana
t, all u u i it maittsntini, tn aa mtritand tsI aupart-
niny
-
t-VEB AIX PREPABATIONIS
K.erlnlrhdiieeil. I dn not recornini nil mypieaa
nloaauee hair to ims ais leel in Irel'k) aa many
I niiinih". a H la ainiple inipoaailiilny, aim l.uallj- n,
cuiiHialeal with the lawaol Nature, 'lolhoee alio are
akeplical or iucreduloua, I will msse a hnua ride otter:
I will rorrelt il.ooo
' (One Thouasnd Pollnra) If I fail to cure the wrl
caeaol' partial hsldneaa, under BUeeu years' siand--
i THB ONLY OEM IN BA1B BIlBTORER.
True a eaderful remedy la sold hydrugglata gener-
I'g'vntiR i kuriiikt nA not oot it sknii
j FOR IT.
N R. rures guaranteed ia every ca.e sh re the 4
1 reenona tut i ae are implicitly Ola cd.
I ear p.ive. VI per boitle, or sis totllea tort -.
Hior H. A. l.L Ml Ml,
Hole Proprielnr, No. oinge atre.l,
, fcl.Hdly AlUny, New York.
!
A FITITIOJI will vh presented lo
un"nnr iu ail a uuio rasurneiair.
aUUitsf.ia
NOTICE.
rillo.v will vh presented to Oovemor
WAlTUAelSS EAOA.

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