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HmauiTs We li-urn ilmt Messrs. Milclic-II and Miltnr, filled quota nfe iczrn rinrai jrstenlay. Quota or run Dutkict. See the circular of Provost Mari-lial Of neral Fry. Ifwej on armaria it, me quota ni this nittricl is very much reduced. Tiieatkr. Uncle Torn Cabin will be per formed to night This alwnys draws a full honae, arid, a the Dayton public know, ia ad j Piualjly rendertw by fto ilvf (rland , Troupe. Stir" II next U Itst-Clnu1! Shaa alfruBfrr Monday eveniuy, instead of Tuesday, an er roneously piinied testerday. Tha Chinese performers give an exhibition nf terrible in. tercet See advertisement. .m - - - - - Jy9Thoae who po uleijihing, must alsojro paying. Five dollars an hour we understand to bo the price of a good turn out. We beard of a chap who last week, invested the moder ate sum of thirty dollars, in a single day, in this amusement. .... i ,1 taUL: i.JLi.:i "I '1,fl. y I , ( Nearly Drowhkii. A man, whose name we don't know, fell through the ice on the canal yesterday, and was nearly drowned. He cat his neck and head painfully on tha ice in his struggles to get out of the water. Two boys, near Brown & Irwin's Foundry also made a very narrow escape, having fall en into the water, and wore rescued with .VyrforfflV? nr. tiw'X J Attexd tiir Great Auction Sale AtrC P. Huber & Son's, to-morrow morning at 8j o'clock, when will be sold wiihout reserve, to the highest bidder, the following: 1000 yards Brown Muslin, 1000 yards Bleached Musliri 1000 yards Satinett, 200 pairs I'anllooos) 200 pairs Undershirts aud Ifrnwers, 100 pairs Woolen ocks, 100 pairs Buck Gauntlet Gloves, six dozen Woolen Neck, Scarls,, twen. '"' ly'Now Cotton Bed Comforts, &c." '"' j In Need. A gentleman handed us a lettfer which he bad received from a prisoner in Fort Delaware, by (he name of Wm. V. Berry He says he is in need of money, and having relatives in this State, he would be glad if they were informed of his destitution. The relatives whose address he wishes to know are Lewis Berry and Elijah Berry. If anyone knows those tnerij.nd jil addes ph&T- Erley"j 'Spfirigbo'o, "Warren county, informa tion will be coaveyed to the prisoner. 1 " fsrWe have a definite period fixed for the end of the wsr. One General R B llayt of Cincinnati, authorises the Commercial to announce that the war will be over by the first Monday of December next. This will be near ly five years after its begining I and during all tnat time not a mnnin nits eiupBeu in wqicd soma far seeing Republican like General Hayes has not announced that the rebelliun was on its last legs, that its backbone was broken, that it w;is starving, Ac, if. KSQovernor Parker, of New Jersey, de serves the thanks of all sane and patriotic meh, for the admirable rejojiar ha , (nade to the fustian Ulegraphed by crsxyi abolition Governors, after she Federal Government had forced Missouri to free her slaves. Governor Parker wisely remarked in the course of bis reply that each S'ate ouht to be permitted to regulate its institutions in its own way, and was so bold as lo surest to the mad fanatics of the time, that tlm condition of the slaves may not ba betterrd by the change. The abol ish are yey p)utib,,disi;MUid i onaw4ueno Valuable Farms roa Sals. The best and safest investment for the currency of the day is land. Buy green fields, und meadows, and woods with greenbacks, and your money ia safe. The reader will notice an advertisement headed "Two Valuable Farms at Public Sale." The day of sale ia Monday, February 13. The reader will see, from their location and description, that they are snost, desirable properly. . Tboy ara both on the road from Franklin.JWarren oodnty,'o Springboro. Oue of them ia so situated on tbe pik that passers to and from the nearest town have no toll to pay. We think we do buyers a special favor when ws call their attention to bargains which are now attainable. - ? I i'r "vtf K ? fSjrMPefer any class of people bad occasion to cry out: "Save us from our friends!" i'. is the negroes. It is said, upon good authority, that not lass than 80,009 of these poorpeeple have perished i , ,!ouisiiia i" alone, in consequence of being deprived of the care of ! their masters, liut not Inere alone have they i sutTered. Our readers will all remember tbe ' heart-rendins- accounts of the nrivation ; neari-renuing accounts oi toe privation, sickness and death which occurred nol I w them in Mississippi, after Grant's army had given them !'the boon of freedom." A statement recently made by Rev. Cbanning I shows the horrible oindition of great numbers of IhessetuaDoipaUd. slavwa in-, Waihingtoaj city, rbM it U said tb, . sow V) (MH) Mwy ol that, ara almost Jti..Ui tl clothing, j-m of fires af, food, of ahelter haddled in stables l andkokuulyautof dcrs, witbonf protection of any sort. And yet tha antbora of all thiamaswry profess te ber th exclusive f UM.rt -W 'expo.n-thi.1 nnfortunata race to cold, hunger," disease, suffering and daib, 1.1 the hams of Ood Uumanilyl But tba veegaanca 6f '"ln All o thk Gam Closed. Ashby's Gap now occupied by tha Union foroes; Tborough ,,r Gap" also; and Snicker's Gap likewise closed. Nothing will induce to success like closing up thn gaps, whether in the pursuits of Peace or the business of War. "Gather up the Joqso end,"., said eld fiirard Collect your small flebts and yod will be subject to no attacks in the rear. There are other gaps that allow men to be attacked in the rear if not attended to, and they are gaps in your coat and pantaloons. Let them ba closed up of what is lielfer, avoid " them altogether, by only wearing clothing made at W. G. Breene's One Price Store, No. 91 Main street, where the best anaortanMit of Cloths, Casaimeres and Vesting, und Ready Made clothing for men and boys can be found. ial3 ) j. I . I. J New Meat and Provision Btore. M. Slockcrt, at his stand on Market street north sid, a few dwors west of Jefferson, is daily supplied with Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork, Sausage, Potatoes, Cabbage, Beans, Eggs.Ac, Ac , nil fresh and o( the beat quality. His old frien Js and, customers, and, tha public, ore niTiieu tu give niia a call. Rhkkr Vexation. The business men of the city, have been, notified to' repair to th Express Office, search the books, and fix two cent stamp on every receipt they have given lor some months past This will alford active employment during the dull season, Aoents Wanted I For the Patent .Alarm liot k Iron Money Drawer, or Counter Safe (called the Burglar's Alarm,) manufactured by the proprietor in Dayton, Ohio. All orders promptly filled by R. llaphet, City Hotel. ' '..' . J. 8. Roseberry No. 96 Mitia street- ii offering his Dry Goods at 40 to 50 per cent below September prices, haring bought since the great decline. Go see them. Ilis all true. Newfoundland Dcos roR Sale Any per son in want of a superior breed of Newfound land J)og,Piips, would do well by calling toon attheaonttieast'cbricV 6f Fifth and Ludlow streets, where they can be seen. tfesT"" Go to John W. Darst's, corner Second and Jefferson , streets for your Fall and Win cr Dress Goods; also, Clonks, Shawls, Cur pets, Jtc, just received. dlf. Professional Cards. TT? if"' jtEltiu MOMPoir ATTORN i: - A T - L A W , 1 . AND ... ,, . . ' NOTAIIY HfBMO: Wit traunmtn business entrusted lo him with diliueut-e, trontli'Dtirs auu t'sre. Office nortn sidu ol Thittl street, la tht rtxm alhO ocntpied ry T IT. I'hre her, Attoru at Jisw. niatttuiuswly I Utl Mblll 1-1 HWI.VM.t.t' Dayton, ohio. rWllCt'-Ko. Sii Main sin ft. aearlr diwU the Vr Court Ilousu, ovvr the Dry Uoous Store of Julia ODLIN iSOAUILL,, Attorneys & Counselors at Law Uoi miu'l Uulldliig, Third street, telldwlf ' DAYTUN, UUIO. ' TaostAS J.O.Umitm. If. P. wm. 1 SMITH A. CPPPV, ; lTTBJ(liI8.AT. LAW, 11 DATTOH, OHIO. OPyiCK-CUgg's Building, Third si. 8.iwcm t ; .i .vmkm liriiAooo'riv !, (Late Probate Judge,) '!. ATTORN E Y-AT-L A W, AVFf CJC-MfOoad story Phillips'1 BttildiBt;,' comer uUNe,,iua, iMiioi, js4uattliu Dr. WILUAM EGRY. NIYSICIAX AM) Sl'KUEOX. O FUCK Third street, oppoa.te the FuUicBuuare, Dsyton, Ohio. ffitidll an ton KKitNAa, I Attorney and Counselor at Law BELLEFORTAIKIJ.OHIO, IV n, I. allend promptly lo all huamrsa mlni'lcl to nia vara. , ' H.Hy i. ... . . .-.i I0rjK av tKHtHUN, iTTO R KB YS -AT - LAW, OKrtrJB NO. m.THIBDHTRglT, DAYTON Boom liara'ofore orvnplad Ij 3. A. MoMuhoa. ftrat Muor Maia ai. a. ,nure-n near slain al. aultluly . ! '1IIOKASO. LOWR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . , PAVTONt OHIO, WriLL nive prorrpt altenlioa to all business rn- TT trumed Ui Ills car. iimiie inoormao'a KwMfnsr, ThtM strtat. aulOy -J1I-..-L1H. I'll ! I SG4 t FRESH . - 18G4 GROCERIES ! ! Xj we would imiDtl all proni inlercHU. lo if u a tall. Oj!S.I3S3rZ3Ii:iIltTITS ! reaohes, Pluma, Btravbrrrirs, Quinrea, T on ollllackUmo,, aud Clitrnni )hauwrhvva SPICE AS I) CYK OYSTERS alfo.an swoilmaat of Jellies. Middletown dams and piiila, i-irK, Knn. y t-op.,u.; ia laut .rryumZ '' hk lwll" tslrW. ToTotaa-ca ctiwra w nM kj w. krep tha boat amcleoi tout .Z: ''"z"'1, w.VJ,o' ii n wm mntiOt M I N il K all. aod K A Hi I Hi. i Main St., a doura blow Marfcai. dUiimin T . ' . ' m ' ' " " XTLV-xVCS, 'P1?81 ABD KKTAlIi DKALES ilD ! JOBBKR I.V UHLINERY GOODS. straw OOOID3 ' .,-. ,..- " W C,R4PEf 1 f.Q ERS f " " ltr iuirad1a the Mun.u. , '""' ' " V' " ' -M-teMiww. y V I I,ATiTON OHIO, ant1' "? ,n. ,,D,u,r Promptly au asa-MHIiaeraandiltialara ianral will do wall to aiMnina hia stocli boford purjiutaiog elaewaiarw. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAY EMPIRE Interesting about Mexico and California. 1 8iK Francisco, January 23. Tha Demo cratic paper of this city, which is likely to be well acquainted with the views of Dr. Owin, and hia friends in this city, who are numer ous here, publishes the following statement: We have refrained from indulging in pruuiaiioua, or expressing any opinion in regard lo the many reports and rumors rela ting to the position and designs of Dr. ftwiu in Mexico, until we could give the exaut facts, and indisputably vouch lor them. This we are now prepared to do. bv information Irom Barclay tlebby, Esq., aecredited agent ol Dr. tiwin. The protection of lh Km per or of Mexico, Maxiirullian, has conveyed or trust deed to the Emperor Louis Napoleon, 4iunora.Zer.o- bia, and other Northern States of Mexico, the Boundaries ot which have not yet been de termined npon, lo be held and governed by tue nitter, umior mexican protection, as se curity lor the claims ol France against Mex ico. The same is to be restored to Mexico, in full, upon the payment of the said claims, with all the private rights secured uuder French occupation confirmed. Dr. Givin ia Governor General, or Vice Sec retary of tbe Emperor of the French, and is invested with plenary power for the Govern ment of tbe Slates which have been ceded and disposed of. Dr. Gwin has drawn up a code of laws which have been approved of by the Emperor of the French, of the most liberal kind, guar anteeing civil and religious liberty, providing for the pre-eoipiion purchase of tha public lands, and regulating thetermsof occupation. and the use of the silver mines. The Empe ror of the French guarantees a military force unaer me direction ol tbe Governor Ueneral sufficient to maintain the Dublic ueace. and defend the people ot the Mates against inter, nal and external force. The p'.licv of Lr. Gwin, which has the approval ol ouiu iinipe- rors, is to encourage emigration from tbe American States, by oAWing the most liberal terms to settlers, in order to bring intelligent industry, energy and enterprise, to the devel opments of the well known resources of the reg oi so highly favored by the natural advai a lanes ot soil, climate and mineral wealth, and to form an enlightened and substantial popu lation: which wilrreenre permanency and se curity, and eive strength and power to defend the States Irom filibustering expedition, which tha unappropriated riches and semi-barbarous condition of the people have heretofore in vited. Mr. Henlv is associated with Maior J C liidgcs, and both will act as agents of Dr. Gwin. They ate here for invitinz emieration to that region. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON REPORT. From Savannah. New York, January 27. The steamer United States, Irom Savannah brings a report that the National forces near l'ocotaligo, South Carolina, had captured two thousand rebels and tbeir artilltry, Tbe att-amer Rebecca Clvde with her car go of food contributed by the people oi this city for tha sufferers of Savannah, bad reached the latter place, and tbe ' distribution of the supplies had commenced. 1 The Mayor of Savannah in his speech ac cepting the donations, wttrmly thanked the people of tba North for their liberality and paid a high compliment to General Geary Military Governor ol the city, for bis adminis tration of affairs, and the good order they have provided. Idi Heralds Newbern, North 'Carolian states that the important bridge on tba . Wel- don over the Roanoke, was almost entirely de stroyed by the freshets. This is a very seri ous interference with the transportation of rebel army supplies ' It is stated months will he required to repair it .i large numbers of runaway slaves are con stantly coming into the Union lines in North Carolina for tha purpose of enlisting in the PEACE RUMORS. Resolutions requesting Jeff Davis to ap point commissioners to negotiots1 with tbe Government at Washington for peace, were presented to the rebel House of Representa tives, a few days atio, aud referred to the Foreign Relations Committee by an almost nanimous vote. CAPT. SEMMES OF THE JAMES. The Ilerald's corresoondenL in hia aecount of the rebel demonstration on the James, says: J he notorious pirate Semmes is rerjorted to have commanded tha expedition. The rebels believed all our iron clads were at Wilmington,' and that we had a few wooden vessels in the river. They inteoded to force tbeir way throush and destroy the enormous amount of shippiug and supplies collected at City Point and Ber muda liundred. There ia no doubt the rebels intended to co-optrate with their land force, as extensive movements have been observed in Lee a army around Petersburg. ; 1 he Heet cousiated of three iron clads. three wooden rams and two small wooden vessels. lbs Richmond Whig of tha 2-llb says: Nothing has been offered the South for neate which it can accept, and these peace move men ta snow tnat the Xante Uovernment is I A really co.viaoed of it. inability to carry on tb. , on war Is a siiccesaful iasoa. The rebel 11 oust bas proposed a sweanine rceasura on tha tobjeot of examptions. It repeals what it known as tbeNero ExsmDtion Clause, limits tba exemption of mail contract ors, and revokes all exemptions aud details heretofore made bj the President and Secre tary of War, of parsons fit for active service. and not within certain particulars. MEADE SUPERSEDED. itir Notwithataudins tha denial attrtbntsd to Geo.' If I. . L - , I C . , it aavauo toai uw nas oeen removed irom uie 1 command of tba Arm Of tbe Potomac, It U "u now ano.out.tea that the two armies of the James and Potomao have been consolidated. I and that Sheridan baa been sslected W cos- mana them, and that auolher command or Tbe time ha at last some to ltrairr abont esee, by hard fiehtins: with the odd in oar ' ri'uVrint81"" U P"' intotb "0,th Dik betsar maj here that ba will knock U 4 Le out of time ia th 6 ret round. I dieeffectloa throughout ta The croakers are denoi are filled with sharp ion, showing' great Iks South. i enounced as becemin troublesome, and the women ate -arced to trown them down, . - Union and harmony ar demanded, and there has been an arrest nf a large number of disloyal citiaemj and soldiers in Kicbmond Southern Sensation Story. Washiikito!!, January iT. The Richmond Dispatch says a ... ,' , The city was full of rumors Vfllerr1a,v tnnra wg, io tne enect Mat ar. armistice ol ninety days had been agreed npon between the Con federate and United States. Some went so far as to stats that the white flag was Hying on th hostile lins below Uiohmond, These stories were the tffrpring of idle fancy. So far from there being an armistice ba tween tha belligerents, there was mors of active war yiaterday on the lines below here, than since last November. 1 Our rams and small wooden boats started down the river at an early hour, with lbs de sign of damaging tha Yankee pontoon bridges near Deep Bottom, their jhiimino. and, if fortune favored, tbeir storebonaes at uermuda Hundred and City Point, Dayton Market. DAYTON, January 27. U ARStlMAN 8 FLOUR Red wheat. wnoieaaie a uo. Ketail fill UK. WHEAT 1 85. CORN 100 OATS 70. RYE 1 2i. ,, BARLEY 1 6fj16o COFFKIO u55c. UtAK 30. , SUGAR 26(J283e, per pound. LitirV KM HUUAK HSc per lb. CRUSHED SUGAR-36cper lb. MOLASSES $1 60 per gal. ' RICE 20c per lb. LARD 25(530. BUTTER 4U4i. r. ' CHEESE. 3c. STARCH 12Jc per lb, nuars zoo per lb. DRIED APPLES 10(2)121. ii BEANS None. EOGS 3,-40 per doi. ' , TOBACCO 90(S,tl 50 per ft). biiu t u lutajb uper sack. LEAD 25c per lb. , ( r e POTATOES 11 OOlSU 25 oer bust SWEET POTATOES $1 40 per Bushel; o ii i i nDuinT Qtoiwov per too. WHISK Y-$2 20. I New York Market. Nsw Yobk,-Jan. 27 Cottbn'dull at R3e; Hour lOalO. cents better at &8a!) fifl lor extra state and 10 b&alO 00 for-1 round hoop Ohio; Wheat, no receipts, and 2a3 cents oetier at i io lor Chicago spring; Lorn dull aud nominal at 1 tG for mixed western OaU easier at 1 04!al OS for western; Pork closed dull at 37 60 for new mess, 36 60 for '63 and '04, 30 25a31 00 for prime; Lard steady 18al8Jc, nnitsy nimer. at Z iJinl 3U tor . western; Petroleum aoiet uiidlfirin at 4Ga47o ornde. 67 for refined in bniidmd HCo-for lies? Dressed Uoca dull at . lfta.14 for western: Suear dull at 10a23efot Mnscavado; Batter 3tia 4Ho for Ohio; Cheese tiuiet at 15s24c: Beef dull and heavy; Cufmeata dull. New York Market. heavy; Oold closed i 212J; Money; plenty at 6. Chicago, Burlington A Quincy 119 Reading 104; 6-20 coupons 100; 10-40's coupons, iztj; one year certihcatea 97 uniieu mates sixes ot If HI, rnu pons, 110; New York Central 110; Erie 1 731; United States sixes 67; 6 21 coupons, 9J Sterling at 9J;' 10-40 coupons 102J; 7 30's 9iK US sixes of '67 135; 6-20' s, recis. tered, 8J. Professional Card. LAW; NOTICE, v C. L- VALLANDIGHAM, JT A9 RteUMID Tni PRACTIO Of LAW. orrics (for the praaeot) at hia rldaa, Ne.".Jl Orriusllo'tiaalromlSA.'M. to thraa P. If. Dittos, O. Novroiher lata, tssl. nOTtltt T O ;I R IN TER8. Printing Office for, Sale. THK oftVaaf tha "Courier," loealed at Klaabaa vlllo, JBeaou eoantr. Ohio, is for nale. . Iror partioulara, addreaa LOOAN A BOY BR, Davloo, Oh,o. r 8A1.1-too acre, of 'and, sis milea aoolta of a- neittoo, nardiu oouaiy. Ohio, lying oa ootto aid or the CinaiooaM aad Haoduaky Kaiiroad, saar ilud aon Title Ntatioa. '1 he laad lioa rolling, and ia timbered with aak, ma ple, waJoit. charrir. Ivoa. huikon. Am . ha th.. tt springs of water, a valuaola water poiror oa hi I far Creak, Iwraly fae head, with llch oroek uotlolua. talv ItnuroTemanta. a cahla with alviut mu.n a.-Ma elaarad. Tha wood oa tha laad, if eutaad hauloal ta Ilia railroad, will pay for tha laud For terms and othar paruoulars, analy to 1. H. Pnoa. or W. V. Marouia, beaefoDUiaa, O. lalMdawtl POCKET BOOK LOHT.-Oaaainvdaylajatthstatw aeriber lt a hrawn PoiiLet Book ooaUiaioif be tvieaa aaven aad eiKUt didlare in nons. a small nor. oim aiir.r cluii-, d a ehaok "O Hn.tmait A mao'a Bank for HJ, BaraM to Kliaaheth Miller. iJttV?& on wifi vajinana r au. . Ana Balaaal or ttia check has been aloppad.. jaiwrs 1 "'' KUZatlRf g MltLEfC V ol 1...J,,., aa u.,.i. .. .a. ,1 ..". "u Volunleere. ComanUaeaoaaniakaaaalraaas wUh prinVptiy aiTT -'"- " " '" ' . " 1 vITIC, HO. SSv TH1KI aTKIIT, r "'qnlraBtoppalauaa'a etboe. Addreee Urease ' " l..Jaa. . JORDAN A JORDAN. ' ' ATTORN BYS AT LAW H. I COBWEB fUltTH AN! WAINI'T. ' T Ii E . DR A. F T. 300,000! PREPARE FOR THE DRAFT! CIIRIHT. R. HXrKf.RR, PRANK ORkUMANN. KlCHAttt CUAalllltlUJ, JOHN B.SUANK. A R?r,P",d '"''''"'rartaaBd fill the il"w.a a v. i..hi,i . deslda.lw OINOIMNATI, O. a Professional. TX"JQ 56.l 'i '( I EAH, I fAndftSr th Mt ihrr yenm flurR. n in th tTmtrrj Htt' Navy, h opened nn offta t No. fl7ft, '1 hirrt Mrpt, btwtn JrfTVri-on and Hi Clmr atrl. nurlh td. HoTinghjn) th mIvit"tKi ol Vti HoaptilBiD hew Tcirk und I'hiimif Iphit. with twtDi; ot mircftiitul irfttfoe, ttie alTltt'tfd ni-y r-t MKiirpd by getting hin Kfif i( thnt Uit-y will ohuin rrjr nd TrntnR , Chut thp dvuni-ed condition ot th Sdemm of Mfttir nt rno render. nr WiMntim UivNtITMrrioN, Tnfl'iATiandftll RKPIHATtihY t'lMEK'-KH BY Mfcl'IOAU IN HAliATloN the noly ritl.li wtxion known to the rrottnifin, whn'h hit provn uniT?rKtt' ttu.-nt-.,! nil in the tnnt and in k.nroe. Ho ireftii alt d ! ttw of the KY K and Bar, io1I diHtief te-'nii to Penietpp, and nti rHRuNli; t'OMt'LAINTS what-nn-evfr may re their rt.aracirr. Themottt incredu lous will trt? convinctsd el his ftiHwpN bv cuilmir at hia OffW.e No. 78. Third ftrt, IUn, or by obtaimug lniLerai m thiiIiii woinn in uirt'uiriixi ffraiuiutlimy .nnr-f nnrrP irom B O UlOt'K A. M, III ociin-dw;tm tto'cluokaf. M MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. A. GKWKK will horeatter uttend turlutirty to Uorttn onMitrO, and will (LtiT "Hfoti Alien- ud" to inn treatment OM'H HtSlC IMRKAHRM, fitth as Ma aaea of the TH BOAT and l-UNl8, of the kiVE afin.wmufiiiAiUfl Kr KV 1 1UWH, Ai Prim and HtvcnndHrv HYi'HltJM. jhNi..rhika KK P, HrKIUIUltKB. IMIMTKN.lV. i.sr. DnaKa viotiMAM to faiiALia. nrui evtrtf vanity oj w,..t. avsmtrsr, iiiTTvni mi, tm us oimracu?r. tmloe hourHironi 7 a m tn 8 p m. enndaya,7to loam, I to ft in. - t.tfit'ti Corner of Jetteraon and Fifth at, Dayton, Ohlo octaimdamw-ii ary Professional. Dry Goods. REDUCED FRIGES. J. s. ROSEBERRY, 8 Main Ntreet. Dry Goods Down Since Septcm- Dfr. Having Jlaiat Bow (lit an r BllanalTa Itoeti GREAT DECLINE OF GOODS I AM NOW OFFERING MANY OP MY GOODS it 40 to 50 Per Cent. Lower tum thry war Bowajbt In Kail.ra tuilaa Two W.aks atja 91 En I s o s , Tltaia wwrtk 03 as, I sail ait U. U4LIHOR4I, SHIHT8, Worlk 06 BO, I all at 04 SO. disks, Shawls, Cloaking Cloths, aOSaO CAM BXCKLi Canton Flannfli. Bleached Muslin, Brown Mnnin, Dresi Goods, NONE SKLL SO OHKAP !V J- 8- ROSEBERRY, no18-wtf 86 Main Street. Professional. Dry Goods. Clothing. . WILLIAM WALKBU, HO. SOI TBIBD 8TRKET, DATTON, OHIO, ( praaarad to aeeomrrMXlat bit caataraars wit. svarv articla of anllamnfa wptnna ai.nuAi thalatvat atyla and bat qualitv. Thosa ho w.nl coats, pants, vaata, ahirfa. hosiery, haankrrchiefl-, loves, boots, alioaa, alipptra, ta., will So wrll Ic taaiiaaaaii, airt KEW FI.01K & FEED STOKE! Bwt Qualities, at Lowest Prices! THOMAS R. QILLI8, TA VINf pun-haasrt tha riaur and fad .lore rs ,or wa af u.nUy kept bv atnal, rnurth atmat, a fw Ol MS1U. willkaifau haad lha beat quail, FMU'R, FKEI A0 LinAI, At th lowaat raia and will dlivsr oo.la to any part olt'muiiT. Ha will kaspnothias but tha beat, lil aadlaatva ordara, 50,000 Bushels PI asid ,W anted. ijo.ooo ss'a",: w pautl, at th Flour STaH FluwH Wauito.l. for whi. h afhowt nmrkil iinra hi rmMh ill Pktlfi. at tfa KloUf tuad K stead rrM nfThoa u j,l lU, 1U tUsr KtMi.1 .) Ho. V KiMirlh Urt, amt bkn.lytm, hio. TUua. K. utLLlrt. 4 GEd. ZUEBELENS Celebrated Black Ink! ; Mnuacturd and Kolrl '; . " 'AT Wholesalo i and. Eetail j DAYTON. OHIO. near the corner ef rranklia aad Ladlow v NO. 15 a ' maa .lrlf,.l.lllh,.S.rm...h.L..,.-.. ! A raw, aeaeea miles vest of taivtoai, aad i.o milea i URtiB rtBX F0KS1LI. ! (1 sardiol '.allaaoa. Th. u' IZ. 7J ' . " i;,w-ia;rej r r. i'i.ru, aua in I tt'thielaw or eolllraUoB Th. balan. la hn.tla . ...,..w. .v.iMMrvTeiueni.ouDaie.oi nrh?B house au i. iarg. nana nara. f or runhar informative oa ihe aulaoribar IS Saiiaa aaat ai aa,d farm. doaldaaaia lAai. UAkBKR. ""S ; J T4I.II.IBLB FiKMlIfwal lOBiCCO, IASB8 - . k , , : GURMANTOWN8H1P, FOR SALE ON PARTITION. e.niiisl Hmerick aad others, arsinsl Nsrv Emenck sa . iith'Ts'. Ca.e No. y.nm Huperinr Court. IN o'.itieiMeto Ilia onler of t)i Hupenur tiourt of BiiattnmrV fi.il Iv, dhio, msde In the ahnTa oaa-, I ajli ollvf at I atsi Auction, oa ihb rataiMta 7 'rsrlnv, Frlraarv lh, A. I). IMS, between the houra ol 10 A. M. aud t P. M., the Tol. Iowiuk real aalate, lately owaed by I homea Emenck, deiifa.ed in Merman 'I oa nutnp, Montaomer) Coun ty, Ohio.' Bi-ihK part of aevtlnn 24, man a, rsnie 4 eaet, an.j aui1ivuied Into luta and parcels aad ao praid as lolloa.: r U No 'iHmn nnlng at a plsntrd .tone set for tha nurihwent oorn.r ol the northeast nunrterol .aid se tion Mi ilienoi norih sr. 46' e..t. ai ,kim. .long the north line tpi asid quarter to asiate; lliooi-e ei.ulh "4y, ratat Kolea hia .Hirsr tree 24 lu diameler, marhed 'ora corner; lhen-a aouih H4 4V,ra.t us 4 u poles K'the na.irtl. ol ,h l.erniHii own amtMiutle loait turnpike roa-ls thent e aouih as If, Weat tia 3 In oleaalonv said road to a e .rner; thence i-oiith 4s west lis pole. Hlona .aid lo.dto a orneri them e scnih 44" M, .st u S ill jlea to a planied atone ael lor the souihae.t corner of said qiiaiter seeliou lhei.ee nnrlh 4, west l.W ft-lll pole. kIiik the e.t line ol esid qi arteraeiMioiitothe place ol tevitininu' comaininii a ity Ihiee (lit) acie., more or ie. . praieed al emy (Mi) dollars per acre, nj, to the ,.e.TMie,itui irnooiiHrn per eiinum to harsh leum r iliinna her natural hie i.nti to li.r hie eMatc in the house and lot drt ol anid premiaea) nuw oocu iai by i.er. IaiI .Vo. .1 -Heainnlns; a' a planted atone set Ihr the snuthwesl corner o eniil qiiarieraetitioni thence north 44" M, east W u-lu i o es aloiia the Uermanlown and MiduH)ion uirafHke'riiad ua ooriaari ilienca norm 4'J, eaut US pole, aloha said roe.1 to a corner; thence .oulh W, east KJI pole, to a. take uulhe south line ol Halu qiianer; tticuce aouih si,", ae.t an poles io tha placi, of b ainniiiK. conlaimim Is s acr. , m,.re or o-a, appramed,,cr o) dower, at liny (4o) dollars per Lot Ko. 4 HenitiDinitat Itie aouthea.t comer or mt No ;i, tu the south line uauid quarter aectior; thence u rill M", west lit poll a to the middle ol the tier, mnniparn and Middleman lursiaaa road, . thence uorlh M' l.V, a ,st Hi 4 1(1 nI, h .Ioiik .aid road to a corner; thcuce .ouili71', eat 'M pulo. to a ebtke aet lor a corticr; thence south 3 41, esal 66 B-lll p.dea to astsko on ihe .ouih hue o Haul quaiter, set lor a cor ner; Iheiico noiilh eii", weatau ie alouu the au,ih line ol eai.l quarter to Ihe place ol bt-fl'llllllla-, uonlaill llw l-'l.au acies, more or lew, acpraist d, irec ol dower ai Mitt (fsj) dollars per a-re. JmI Ao. a )leKiunii u at planted stoue set for tha southeast corner of said quarter aeulioo; thence aouth atw, weat 4u poiea alonti the south liue of aaid quarter loaaiakeeetlorecomer; thence north a. Ji .... 66 Kin cole, lo a atake ttrit rthe norili-s-t corner of Lot aio 4; thence aouth Ta4. aat42 polea to a atake on Hie eHt line ol hhui uuarter. aet ior a ,, nn.ee- ti....... aoutb ae 41, esat 40 polea lo the place or heumn conuiiiiiiK 11 aa acres, mote or lets, ann allied. ii , Irom Ooa er, at aeTeuty (TU)dollara per acre. Lot Ao, a-rWamnina at the nixllieaai corner of 1 ot yo.u: thence lioith weat SO nolee in ih. ol the l.ermimloan and Miodleti u luininke n...i- then e north M 1,V, . net 40 u 10 lailea aloui, -ruI r,,..l a stsae set lor a cornet: iheoi;., nmi, rj . 60 pole, to a slake aet lor a comer . n,J u. , line nl eaid uuarter eeclli.n: them-e n, mo a,j w ,,oiee muk nie eaai liue Ol aal.i qllaner to the place oi ln uiiing, contsiimiKlii.61 a ia, moie or leea, an-praiiH-d at Bit Mj dollars per aure, tree iroin dower. K.llher parcel can sell tor leas than two-thirds ol tba ap; raiaaineal lhareo',- . . -, u . . TCRMS OF gALB. ' One-third of purch.se money payable on dsv of sale; the residue in equal payments in one and two yeara Irom day ol sale, with miereat, and secured t,v mortgage on the remise.. ' OKKIN O. H. DAVIDSON, Stierid oi Montaouiery County. O Coaovaa A Csaiuii..o. Att ya. jsnj w6 EXECUTOR'S SALK OF KKAL ESTATE ' ( ( " . avraa TOWN H ALL I MUMIbBUIlu, OJIIO. v ON .TtIRDAY,JtNltART28.18.H, will be ,d at puuhu.ale.iUOauroaui land belonainit lo the s'stsol John Biu.ti, deo-ased, l.lngons mie north of Mlamuburg-, and dl Tided into aeveu tracts or parcels- 'J lie first tractthe homestead rontaina as acrea has the improTeineuta upon it, consisting ol a larae toe Iraliie hoiina.a large barn, an orchard of n-uit trees ol every laneiy, Macres ol good timber, and toaeolj is eqinil lo any upland, a id baaalau eereral m. r,,..KB Mj one oi winch fl , nouae. fouuUlu lo the door of tba dwelling he second tract containa Sacre.. anH i. n,. i..t. est Uiaun tiottom. 'Ihe tlurd tract coaUiaa 13 acres, and is also rich rirer is ttom. The fourih tract contains 33 acrea, li acre, of which is timls-r land. '1 he tlllh ami alith tracts contain 20 acres each Iv In, aide ty aide, in aequars abapa.and la Una Ur'el land, tiij loot ul wuich oatt oa eultiTaied with eaae. 'ihoaaveoth iractcon(alna7 acree, and be a i acrea ?il",itr "-,u The enure lot laood level laod. IbltM One.third caab on or baloia AbriU.lti6 one lluiileu the let day ol Apnl, latii, and oue-Uurd April 1, 1807, Proviued, (lie widow Haum surriTa aid dale then lo be due and payables nionl lis aller her deceaee; Oi icrred ..yienl to tar intereat aud to 1 eecured by mortgage on Ihe premises. Sale to commence at ten o'clock on aaidiisv , .. . OKiiKOE A 1,KUV'E, janOwtt kiecutor ol John Haum, daceaeed OF REAL ivid f. payer, Adnnnistratcrof I'anicl R. Careen, deceased, aiu.t Cauiarine Caraon, widow, at ADMINI8TRAXOUS SALE KSIATK Or ai HOUSC AND UM OS THK CORSKU OF WATNI ANU.JuNt BTtiKKTei. DsTid V de, fti. IN ,ntrBUiK'e ef rnn ornr jrrwntrd h iht Pr Court of Mont(imry county, Ohio, 1 will offer fur lie, mi put it ftiiotiou, on (Snwrrrrty. Achniarv 11. Wdl. At ih rimr of th 4uri Houtt in tnciir IT'on ti4iwwn ihtt honrtsof two ! fs.i.r AViit u 1 mud Uti.'HnwitK ritpnr-Mt rrl sMa: Sunrn in ih fity otf liavon.ta th unty of Mntr"iiirT nJ v ohio, U-wft: Lot umlvcrvd two ihonar.i ntia humirtxi and f r iy-ttir-a (yiu of in rTi4 nunihik on the pint oi sudciivoi I. tun tai(i prot.rty m oituated uion tha corner of Wayne nl Jo h tr-t th lot in large and inutrovtojeuts god. AppmiMd NtSl.aHC. i erniH oi ami, ft aim in hand; f in one year, end H in two yearf friu (he day of a.: delerraxi nv. uipnto to iar mrajait and tie rciired by mortiiiKi ou the prpmi. l. K. htV KK? Ann, i oi in mum of Umntei Ifc. catws rfnt'd. 1 ( W- U. Bklvilub, Attorney. JhIIwU PETITION FOR TAUTITION Mery Huher y. tvrr Huhr, Jacob FIuhr, John m iiuu)i.HaiiiM(uwr,njk nulxrr, aud Ann K Hlibnr. Curl of Common IMi-m of Montgomery coanty onio. lo I' rut ion. . rTtTHtB, of the 8ute of Itlinola, Jawsob I Hutwr, of Ht. Joseith county, Indiana, John ti huber, Marth Huar, Alice Hubr end Ana k. tiulc mu oi inmiiKomarji roautf i.uio. will take none- that pfUtion wa. ai.i attmnait thm on th wit, dy of January, Ui, m ih Court it Oomwiou Pi-aw of Mnl(ontry county, Ohm, by Mnry Huoer, and ia mow tM'taduiir, whrin ttaud Mary U uor demnndH iar tilion of tbe foilowiajf ral eaUit, t-wit: tiui.u m tlat- uouniy of Moniompry and Hut of Ohio, lot No 3.U.. on W inbrrunr' atidiiion to the town of M iatn ifturn, in aud: county, a at of which i. rcordd m Plat Rouit A, '( ul itv raJ-wrdMof Monlusrurrr i tHHinty, 4Hir and that ai the nxi form of aaid t;ourt the a-aid Mry tiubirwill apply tor an order Lkl imr--sQon may be mava of aaid prviuiaewn MART Hl'UKK. ,aaiw pm QT, Attorney. NOTICE . wiTcaaau t. v anus. cuaaaoa. rpB K nnderaijrned hare eaUUi.hed aa aMe ta this I eity fur the imruoM ml ruruahina rasiraila and auhttutea lo (til the quota ol ihe eub-dielraa ia th. Third Coeirra.aionaJ Uiatmdoi 4hii,uadar the i.i oall rd Ihe I're.ident for iasi.uoo men. OUk-e oa Thir.1 street, one door east of Ike Foaenr So, up atatra. room N I. ' deride. ti MITt liaLL, MILLKRA LANflKHI. MILITARY!! PREPAilE' F0RinK ' DRAFT T' XtiX -Il'ujf 53 '"" "" a v'ra. an i are prepared to All tha f'T.'V"'"" '" d..,U, . JtM'H quelaa of the Tannua auh-d atra-la at the loweet raaea. v ua aoall t-(ore K,u elaea her. he hlaheat ,erea tittna-ieg ua fat'.rmta. a. U b SI aj nrtuar I . . i -., . 1 .. . i-.. - .Tj aa-tatia. WTdairld KM Third strati nhle m t. - " 'T' 0nl'' "''' "VAL.la:. P Nolan's OnV.ha.baw ra. V moTed irom Clesa'a Huildiaa to a Maia atiant ele.e haooad aad aird aaMaMa, evar at r. kaaMber. MuST-WSawo