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lli Km-lUi O.I-'.ilHtcB iip ul (e ill Aloa-
gomary cutiui;. t'aymeiit mtMvaui-' nt u. I
JOB PIIINXINQ,
Of iwf desorlptloit. at-eiited on steam Presses, in
ia haat. ayla, an a al ru iiaue frio..
Empire liullillntr, IIO Mala street.
ONLY UKN1N i
HAIR 11 EST OILER !
DI9KASKH 'OF TI1K SCAl.
niRC skill ofthemprtifAl faculty in treating dtaeafifw
I of th aualp hait. m a inn)orn j1 of tune., Won lHl
Ba hf hia, tha mHi ptvuhrir rtietwe of th hinntV
. (mama, it i nodo b wvatierettat, a a r-quirt-a greti
tuJy, dap r mtAnh ainl a oHriul invrt-uiylK'i. o.
h whit- h produrB th (linear.. Unif-H the
eaana it dincurtTpd, it in au attar uiipoHSitMiiiy to
ra.i oat the i i mam and elleul n iw-roiant-ul dire
Diaati ol tfirt nii. tmro b--n nrunoUiu-i tnriir,hle
by torn of the most emiuftil physlciAn. I have de
voted , .
YKAHtt OW HTIIUY I
To tfciii pauuhar part or th human I ram, and I hm
HtlMriHil Ulrtb 1 pOiiHttMB . J i ,
THU USLV KiCNUDV ,
Bo hru known, thai would peromnMitly erwtionU
', tho loaihHome dineasea of tho seiiif j.
BALT KHKUftT, SCALD HEAl 1
And othrctianoui dit-a-ei,n'i rentnro.li hair to
thot who hRT iiKiomt' hula, lo mak,.
; . goad tn ion, 1 will forfeit i
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS I"
If 1 fail to enr tho worM ctnetoi dieHfiU acalp (
the ion Rent AtAodinft with Die
0!ftY oamvinia HAiii kbstukkr,
Re id th following: j
Tntimmii.of M : Haiah OottUl.) 1
1NT, NlW Von.
Paor. PiUuid: Two yM. ,) my wmIi i:hoi
aiHa-ed.aflil my hftir cinnrnncu UHnii nut rrv lani.
T.ie di.wo uprea I until my Hd:'p w ant complem
Bora. It lwi!it:nA viry piiniut; my real at oisfM w
brolcBQ; lha burumtt 'in 1 it;iim HBiiutlon wan n iu.
portAom; 1 wouiu aiipiy rmuy mi(r remedy, ui
onlv momfiotnrr roll"f I rnnaulted vfrl ithvjt-
omus of thi" city. 1 wis informed hy them that t4i
diHtwia with whicn my tip wm nt cit-o was tne httii
Kh mn, and tht they conld not benelit me. 1 read
year adrertiwement and eoopluted t consult you.
You an-tiire i me that you would eradittate the disi-am
and restore my hir,whioti had become very thin.
With tuat atMiiranoe 1 piad niyweli id your hands,
and trie raauiit are, i nave a iuxunim ufau m nan;
my aoslp is oerfe-tly well, nod my hair ha oeased ti
fallout. Htpwtfully yours,
Mai. HkB.tit Goulu. No. UT flonth Pari fftre t.
It (m a fa't arknowledRnd by all who haft t th
uair Ktorr, aixi tneir nnte u iton, mm n is
THE UNLT PKEVARA'JIUN
That would eRsnituAUy and permanently restore th
iiairof inovownoara uaiu,ana pivnt
THE HAIH rROM KAJjLJNQ OtT.
The lro and ranidly incrftanini? snle of Bptttnraiive
intho ntrount efiiieue of Llie mnn lold btmettu it i
eoaie.nng upon
THE HUMAN FAMILY.
The confidence of the public he brn nbtivnM, and
inj at i uniie in aitoniing 10 n meni ana tmi supen
ority i
OVER ALL PREPARATIONS ,
Brorlntrhduced. I do not rftcommt nd my pretara
' tlontnoue hair to orow t left in treMy as many
month, an it in a Ninvple irnnomihilify, and totally in
conslitent With the Uj of fa:'ir. To tho-p who are
kopti:al or incredulous, I will nmlte a boa Hdeotler:
I will forfeit 91,000 - . .1
On Thousand lollar.i) if I fnil to ftiirw (he worst
oases of partial bildnes, under fifteen years' stand'
n THtf OHLY OBN 1NM 1IMH RirvRKR. :
This wsnderul re-rMyia told bydnigjrist gener-ally-
IV YOUR UnUGCIHT HAH NOT GOT IT SkND
K(U IT.
N.B. Cures guaranteed in every can where the di
rerions for a are tmpiiottly obeyed.
ewr-Prit!, 91 pr bmit, or ix l-uttles forfft. '
PK F. H. A. IK MtJNN,
Bole Proprietor, No. V" Or-tngo atreet.
VALBLH PRtJPEBTV IN CITY OP DAYTON.
John M :Lean, A linmmtrator of John Htaiieborr,
dec Mod, i. ti liuund ttkcl et al.
(JaP No. u;H.
BY Tirtusef, an t tn nhdienie to, go erler of sal a
msrfe by tn s-inerwr Oourt ;r M)ntK oiory
oounty, Ohm, I vr II oi!-tr at public aale nt tii door t
the Csntrt H eu- in D tyfton, on i
. SatHr-wj, Jifuiaru 14, 186
V t o'clock pm nt hah dky, tti. following de
chbedi real eiitute, tiz: Lots numnerefl two thou sun 1
il huadred atidihre(2 0J) and four ihoiisaud and
Binetr-n (VWl as deii(iMHl oh the revised r1t of
h crty f Datn, in the c aunty of Montgomery end;
Lot V U'WS Is situated on West Third streot north
14. vbien tnert is a Isrie two story frtn delt-
ifmtud other out buOdinxs houttd No 4i and has
ssm aasBrawaa a s.wst.
lyos Ho. 4 owl ia a vacant lotnnd extondi (rem Ash
bey street to Fra ik s'.rat, nur Wurrou street( nd
mm own appraieu at no.
The Mor dH4tri'i4i property ctnn tt sell for lesi
Ihan two-thirds of lis appraised Tabm.
VK.)lt' W(MvM4N,i4tteritl Mont count.
Osliw (JaWiH. T'rny1 du iawt
ABJIINISTHArOtt'rt hALK "ff" uicAlT""
; KHTATK. , .... i : : ,
TN pursuance of an orter granted by tho Prnhite
s. vonrtoi aiontifouiery iwumy, litni., in the case m
laaao Lay (ever end mfiipnoa hurt, Kvouutors of ike
wMtwilland teHit'nNt of It.'tnd Yt'ni fieceasfHj,
Kainut Hti'.a Yoon Mfcal dfond:nta, w will ndrr for
sale, at ptjblio oinai.m on MA I UHUAK, the AWtdpy
04 DDtombert A. O. IMt, at Ve'vlouk, eflernnoa, irttou
4m premises! Mw LoUowiDff dosunbed real estate :
Mitueia in the County of .iituonieryt andHtai ol
Abto. tn-wil t . -
FiAmb acre of land i kea off t)i tenth side of the
em owafxi oy itie cirs or Lvid xeung. deo'd
IhtMBte in Election 3ft, Town a, l(an ft, M k's -de
Khed as follown t H'Kiuuine t a utone, on the eaut
faeid section, the snuih east corner if said
; fWw north on theeat line of sid sertion
'MMMk stoo ; (heiHMt ouih 7i ret 7ia
chain to tho centre of turnpike roid; thence south
aetwardly, wittt to nentr of said road 6 tH chains ta
lhsouih wet corner o said farm ; thenne on the
ias Ketweeti Youn and LaJVver, north 76 ft2ti 6ti
eiiatas to (li pia;e f beginning, i-uuiaining jifttem
eureiof lantt,
-Appraised nt 91 IS per ear: Terms of sale one
thirdftaah, one third in ne year, ani one third in
two years from th day of sale, with inmnwti i the
payments te be secured by urtate upon ih ro
aniatMsold. IhaAO LAFLVRK,
HMFtfoN. NUT I'.
Kxecntrs, Ac. of ITid Younir. dee'd.
J. H. Bamovt, Att'y fir JCaeontors. nov30-4w
. PETITION F0I1 PARTITION.
flry W.OeWhari, Oatharln Ann OeShart and Mary
fsf . flebhart, vs. Am lia H. Meilerman, John A.
Hellerman, PetHr V. 0hhrt, Kosetia K. Uebhsi
and KIIhb flehiiart. linjwnor Oourt of Mont go in
ry County, unto. Petition for PnrtiUun.
A M BL1A R. HKLLkHMAM, John A. Hellermnn,
A. Prtter r. tHt.hrt, Kuselia K. Oebhart and
stlen Oetiksrt will take notice that a Petition was
filed ai(aint them on thetiitkday f Dwemher, A.
D. laot, in the Hurior Court of ..'ontmnurj Ouu
ty, Ohio, by Henry IsT. Onhhart, rathar.ue Ann eb
hart and Mary M. Gt-bhurt, and la bow pending,
Wherein flury M (ieitlurt.tUtnarine Kna (ietihsri,
and Mary M. 0rfhvt dcmsnJ partttioa of the follow
iiw real eslata, lo-wit:
Hitua in the Oouufy of Mnnttomarv and Rtate of
OUo oatnn a prtotlite aouthnaxt tfiiarler of enMn
Mo. Ltownahip No. vranis eaut, o.; ifiinniiiw
the south wl uornur of the tract lud.bu pr ha
., j w. from thu, section corner at stone;
Aheno D. o lo & per.ihes aloiitf (-tebttart's s0
tionUne to a stou. htino n. 4". w M tiu luu pen h.'S.
aionn Weaver's and 11. a section line to sum,
thane , M, w. Ihn M perches alosg Knot's line to
m un; thenne south 40. MKl pen h- s ajong Ja-1
4toh Hhadn's hue to the plce ot bettiunmg, eo t Mining 1
(uo) siKty Av sores, more or less. AIo tots num
bardlorty.nin. tiity, tt'ty-on and fifty-two (4, 60,
61 aad Si), as deeiinvd on a plat of the suhdi vision
ofpart of anotinn No. a l, tnwn t, range T, made b
MutMiir nod Hamea, and recordol on the records
ol Montgomery ilountv.ohio, in plat book A, page
AU.sit'iateia Us4son towufhip, Montgomery Touo
4b, Ohm, and that, at h Krhmary term. lt5; of
amid Oourt, iu Henry M. i-bhrt, Cathenu A.
Oatviiart and Mary M (tebhart will apply for an or
dssr. tiMU parti uou may h mad of said premises.
H ttS H V M O ICR h AMI',
CATHlCRlNk, ANN orJaUAHTT
MARY M. UKbUARf.
AM" Our, AM y. dol?dwl v
VOL. II
DA TON, OHIO: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 W 1865.
NO 121
.ffif. . .. -..t-;
Clothing.
5,000 MEN AND 130YS
W j 1ST T E 3D !
TO BUY OVERCOATS,
i
TRAVELING SIIinTS,
BUSINESS SUITS,
: ENGLISH WALKINOOOATS
'
1U41VKM ITKUERSIIIKTS
For less menev than nnv other Clot bins: Hons m
Da' ton. We t'g Icsve tu remind tli t-ul.lio that we
Htand in connection with a Is rye V. hol-mle Clothing
maitiiiaciuring iinnee in iih-iiii an vnun certainly
enaiilee us tu mve Ihe strive, uiulic. fi utt.
W are conr'taiuly ,reciir bf the latent styles of
ME.VV und VOIIUV L0TH1G,
Which is caraitUy selaot)! and. well roAde. Call and
exuiiiine our s ook.oi Oiotlnu, (before puruUtsuig
elsewhere, at
1 O 8
MAIN STItEET.
Jfoi. M MiMk m tbtlr Mtmtwr h4 8IUM,
wnicn nANca opt and bears
SOHWAHZ Sc KOSIN,
CLOmi.IEIlS
2LCED
aorU-taulAw
Mala Mmt.
Clothing. [From the New York News.]
Jollification on the Passage of
the Abolition Amendment—A
Disgusting Abolition Exhibition
—Members of Congress
Embracing Negroes in a Public
Dining-Room—"A Man, a
Brother and a Voter."
WASHINGTON, February 1.
WillHrd'i Hotel wa last niplu lh a-cneofa
mnat (linulini( pxhibilion. J'lif Republican
were so rlnlrd with their success in carrying
the Abolition HraoniJinpnt tlfit. t'tpy drterm
iued on having a ;mni jullifii ntioti in honor
oflhc event, and vVitiirJ' the pbic Be
lectod fur the carousal. Severn! of lb inAt
Tioisv uinniberi) of the Iigupi' were present,
including some of those who, during tl e
(tny, recorded their itif'.tmy by hiipportin the
great Abolition meuture, and thin betrnyin
their confltituenls 1 ha bent failing firevnih d
nmonK all collected in thn lare dinitif; h!l
KegroiH of every complexion were there, and,
of coure, they entered lully into the Hf.iri oi
the occasion. 1'hn negroes werfl riMlinguiAh
nl In by white nprona and ether fixinj2ii pecu
liar to colored (gentlemen who attend upon
gueiti at hotel dining table.
When the dinhea were removed, wine wnH
ordered, and for a while the feaht. of pood
thinpti wns enjoyed, with ordinary decorum.
Hut et vinn rerilat, aj the a ii j" ; ;u,d to it
was at WillBrd' lust nipht. Hpeecbea wete
made ad libitum your Abolitionist ia a tre
mendous follow for speech makinp when the
Ihetue is congenial and coniatulntions on
the gloriuus victory of the day paupcd aloof;
the tab'ea. Tlie virtues a;,d nob'." attribute B
of the illustrious nepro were expnunded by
gentlemen of an iminaiive turn, and Uti
worHhipers of the New Kncrlat d idea were
honorvd wit't the unnt glowing apostro
phes o' which intnjeicuted eloqtif nee m capa
ble. The wrongs, ol the neprn, and the rich!
of Mauicliuneun to rule the country, formed
the staple of the epeechea made, while articu
lation remained clear enough to be didlin
guiahed ; and, when the limite of sobriety
were passed, tbe.nnhle .ttpporters of thfl Ad
ininistiation became so demonstrative in their
aSection lor the oppressed children of dark
nfuia, thak seri6uj tears were lelt for (he safe
ty of the furniture.
Uentlemen who would scorn tha imputation
of intoxication, were so overcome by their
feelings that they clasped the oppressed chil
dren, et cetera, to thtir patriotiu bosoms, and
assured them, in the language of Mr. Micaw
ber, that they would never, no, never, desert
the in. . Some, alter preat eltorti, infuimed
others that they were lou lull lor utterance;
but it is lo be deeply regretted that they did
late, not with any depreu of accuracy, what
they were full ot. A lew ill unturned person
were afterward known to say that (be wine
clerk knew something about it, hat that gen
tleman was prudently reticent.
TUe disgusting orgies were kept up for sev
eral hi mi a, aud while fuse remained there
was )io abati maut in tha enlbu.iasin. Mr
llrandagee, a Knpreacinalive Iroui the land ol
steady habits, wu paiticnlarly dtmonttralive
toward the waiters. With tremulous voice he
addressed au ind.viduul of that profesaion,
and deoiared that he was "a man and a broth
er, and would soon be a voter." 'Mm two
men and brothers were soon locked in a (ma
ternal embrace, and it was then pr 'posed to
start a mutual admirntiou society, but l. r
some reason, .the motion was not seconded
Mr. 13. was assisted to bis seat after the ex
haustion consequent Uon this affeciionate
outburst, but was aoon on bis feel aguin, pro
fessing his unconquerable love tor the negro,
and reiterating the assurance that the Uurk
skinned portion of ibe company ware nteo
and brethren, and would soon he voters.
Others whose immes have not been uientioa
cd were qualiy aflr-ctionat' They decluted
thtt the millcuium had arrived, that the tuns
had at lint come wbeu all men were equal
socially ami politically ; that mitcegnnaiion
should henc forth be encouraged ; mat Ibe
negro should enjoy all the rights heretofore
restricted to the while man, und the destiny ol
the descendants of 11am would be the most
glorious ever vouchsafed to mankii.d.
Tha spectacle was the most disgusting and
degrading; ever witnessed iu the capital of the
country, To sea members ol Congress Iruter
lnf.mg with negroes actually bugging them
in a public dining room was sullicieot to fill
with loathing, any man having even an ordi
nary sense ol propriety. It was a titling cli
max of the infamous proceedings of the day ;
an appropriate addenda to the outrage thai
was designed to rob eight million of people
ol neariy all the wealth they possessed. Jt
shows the debasement to which the country
bu been brought, when Representatives ol the
people men who should je.alou.ly guard the
honor which has been ii. trusted to them
openly blazou their bestiality at the doors of
the capital, and lake to their bosom the low
est ol the human creatiou.
The matter has been a topic of conversation
in all parts of tba city to day. It was talked
ol in holels, in the streets and in the eapitol,
and those who weie parties to it were de
nounced with the ntmo.t indignation by all
who have a proper respect lor the honor at Ihe
isuion. Kveo the "socialists" engaged ia it
were said to be heartily ashamed of their con
duct, but their will not long out
SEYMOUR.
Test Oath For Lawyers.
Tha Senate bill, which
was passed, provided that no person, aftrr-
,tha date of this act, shall be admitted to prac
tice hi the Supreme Court of the United
Stales, nor after the 4ih of March In any
Circuit or lii.irict Court ai d the Court of
Claims, or be allowed to appear by virtue of
any prevines admission, unless by taking the
oath of office, as provided for in the act of
July,' 1862, and according to its terms and
meaning, and an i person who shall falsely
take the oath shall be deemed guilty of per
jury, aud be subject to all Ihe pains and pen
altiee of perjury in addition to the pains and
penalties ol tba act of July, 18C2.
Mo-U.
S-ta
is
Medical.
CR. ROOACX'S
STOMACH
BITTERS
TO BE EXCELLED
NTOMAOII IO
DIGESTIVE ORGariS.
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ve wveiVvv'vwe vu'
vv rvv Wtt "WVn
bV. . l wmtliVvt-VX tACW
ve mjAiwv,
V'vmtt, wvvve sitttt.
Ijilioua Fever,
Fever and jlgwe,
Liver Complaint,
(Dyspepsia,,
IridijJeatvbn,
Jaundioe, .
Kidney Corriplaints,
t uW Vf. x.. a vuv
Ouvr wu..vv,rt. ,
eowkf.iV tart
cvwA. .ovm: vKv. tvt '
Viv. AvA iWra !
u.vY.ciotwt.v,'ivex.
o.it Cowx'jort. 1
v.vvv.to,v. Vtv veaK. uv
v.volc.
.ftotuc "BvWct
tVvvvte wvu xxvd.twcrvovj
VU.
"Or. looiW
77ms gitfra arm f ut up quart
bottles, of U'htoh ti akavm it -tmtfe.
Tht I'tl'l is Jintly rv
graimd, arv.2 is r-roviicd unth a
tatf - ttarl frc.m. ncunter filters.
ffVioe $1 yir f.otli, i jii ..r f 5.
C. V. al.usk, JvoirtXcr, JVo, ft
Eaat Fcurth ftret, Cinoinnati, to
whom nil orjeri tctU be ai
utresse'l. KOK RALK BV
bnitfirisU xener.illy. l
NE W .J? I 11 3r.
rir.iii: Mir.TiKTt
nAVR npeneft an eet'pe eew ftnelr ef Wresh Urn.
venea, on Third stre.1. Uirns dunr. east f to
oiurji ltuue. ho H17 Te liav. suvsi arrt.
(.'Hftes. Molsss .!! Won'rUim. Vilwiisr. t'.-al I'll,
Hak. fish. Inks. Mo,.aa.. HrAi.ma. mml Tir h
'ae. ban IVarli, Im I. rn.., olrb- rnea.
Tomatoes, )'t'D'.1I'mms t'hertie. Spl.'e anl(;ov
Oylri a n. sn a. orliaent nf JMi, Hi Iclo sn.l
ea, Kaaey ., Unag f. Hoin'nv. ewa.1 lo
laasui, tiuvi-m au l amoltiua.. Moor ly Ilia bi l Mi
VK. Wlil'f. .id y,.lln (',,, M. al, Hn, k .l l l,..,r.
Met Y.erining that tltm tnarkM naa artont. - We pa
aiuuully intita our triend. ia siv. u. aoall. (lem.
eaa, ouuie all, aasl se what we oaa 0. j.ttUla
.," t . t "sai
. -si
t
Clothing.
Clothing, Clothing.:
THE LARGEST STOCK
Of Clot lis i
And Oassixneres
,N THE CITY OF PAYTOH?
' FIN K K .t Ij 10 (i I, e n ,
Clothing Hull, Xo. 30" Strovd Street,
Vnylon, Uluo, are now Jiectwng a
Larijt Supply of Spring oni
Sununer Goods,
rnmnrMnflr all the l.stest ptvles of Bls-k sn.l f ot
orert I'lothai Kreneh, I' amy aait Plan) Caesimeres;
tilk, Haon, Mnrsenlas, ami other Isew Mylea ot
W-tines, for I'uMorn OMers. A complete line oi
rllHMriHINO HiloDt, ami the Ura-l aud K.M
atoos oi ;
Hendy-Mmle Ol.ithini i
To Via founi In any Hoiiae In th City. Kink. A lieg
ler are Agents tor
SINfiKIl CO.'S SEWING MACHINES,
Thr h'Mi Wft.'hino fur all pnw'iial unnrf in th
iR'itiiVi ann'or Hiioin,i'V.'r in-fiiu-.i nnu inirrxiucrii n
lh? tiouniry Muney i iib niMo l,jr ca'liOT on
JunttT, IMV4-II H.NKK A I hUi KH
Lissni;k & n no,
104 IHAIK btkp-ict,
OPPOSITE rillLLIPS HOUSE,
RKtPKfrPrriilT rail Ihe atU'nllon nl Ihe Trsdr
to their barn bttaik ol'
SC BOYS' '
CLOTHING!
; i-
Which is UnJirely Xtvi t Elegant! I
a'lre tls a rsll, aol yon ff-ili tin. I tlie fioods tla.
SI.I.., alut toe I'ritiH S1 ngtit. i
i , I.KS.sNltn a BiO..
Jua 8, lsut-d-lni Hr2 Mam Mieet.
joscpii LEnf.nt'RfaKn,1 ,
LOTIIIKK: . j
Third Door Hunt of tlie Central Hank)
TfllRK BTKKET,
ITAS just receirerl a I.are and Yell Belerted
M m. atoca til
Fall and Winter Goods.
Callatlha oil and well astRblibAd Houaa,
SIGUsT OF..
Tlie California lolhlna- Store.
June 7th, IS' 4. 1 . ilitwltm.
JOHSJ JJETTELON,
H holc8le Dealer lu
Foreign & Homeric Liquors!
. Third Street,
DAYTON, OHIO: ";
' KKPiSUN dNOaLsr. ai.J Assorted (Jaaatity
V of ,
Bonrbon, Rye, and
Other Whiskies
BRANDY CIN, RUM, BITTERS, AC. ;
vs. hUh, a lra fttm-U of Ciini.
J'ina 14. lm4 WAwt
Celebrated Black' Ink.
AlemutiK't ur! unit Hold
"AT
Wholesale and Retail1
1VVYTON, OHIO.
Nesrineim.r or frinlitlo an.t l.n llow ".rnij. .
Hxllmit
DENTALUARD
DR. K. C0 WA Y,
7or!-P rftoffCull) inform ilia eiliaonao' Iy
T I' nlhai h ,H irtnrt a hole ft r If.-th hi.
r and nn VnU -.aiinl Kubrtor, Ik th m!
iiunrorai aii'l hvanlilul duki tliv ma'arwl wij( aintii
or lor ifio Him of Jsjo, un nj; tha m-t iiMicrmt unil
warTftlihr.fr u work t .hit- imn. Tli -
woo iti in hivs Mfih maviui or iiibor wiiio, Jo
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JOli'UAN fc JOHDAN,
ATTOnriEYS AT LAW
X. K COUXKR KVZVl 1D WALMT.
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Professional Cards.
LAW N() I ICeTT
C. L. VALIANDIGHAM,
J JA HR I MRD TtlE piACTIC OF LaW.
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, , JmYTON, OHIO.
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Court Hi nhc, o?r ih J Omouh ktoie ol John
lC.h.-rKrr. tel7lBIitn
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Atiorne!) & Counselors at Law
U.rmsil'i nttlllliif;, Third .treat,
feli;laalf '" ' DAYTON, 1'HIO. ''
Tiioa.s J.H.HaiTii. K. P. Ct rrr.
MITII CUPPlf,
iTTOHNKlS - A T.LAB,
UAMVH, OHIO. ,
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(Lais Prodata Jinlge,)
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irnise, 1 a) lou, Ohio In4. aalm
Dr.WIIiLIAM KOHY, .
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VriVH--Third HtreH.oirrni t1lii uritirf 'Vifire,
L'Hl'lll, I'lllO. Ii'JUoll
GEO. V. JMALAMJiR E,
Attorney at law, ,
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Vorsir-.un Va:n4tret. naarlv onDo.ib.tha
Oolirl llolisa. I.fiiua7ih, l4. dtl
Tno.tiAa o. inive, ,' 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
DAYTON, OHIO.
Tt,I, Vi.e prnrrel atlentrna ta all l.nnlneaa en
I V tf lisle 1 l,. his r-ri.
inii in inrtnii' t-niMifff. Thlril slrsM. anlHv
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HIIDIiKSAI.K AMI RKTAIL DKAtiKK AND
'J'lRBkK IY'1
MILLINERY GOODS,
STRAW' GOODS,' ',
RIBIiONS CRAPES FLOWEUS
Viul h!I ntilxkm uiutt'y r?'tiirei tu theMiiLiMKar
Traoh.
.0. it, Main hlreet,
DAYTOlM, OKIO.
N. M. All ordiTH from tha eountrr nrnmntl t.
lmJt(ito, I
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Xjtiii n lux rtocM Ikeiwrf Duruliaainu einaahera.
ep.fi-IA- Sirmli
RVV VUnil & FECI) STORE!
Bt Qualities at Lowest Trices!
THOMAS K'-arLtis,
TIAVINU 1'iierhaaed ihe riaur ami feed .lore re-
a a. r-nuy api i,y n,.i.i, rourtt, Ureal, a few
.looraraMol tsu, kill ka' ut liaua lliakaal aoall.
lies ar . i ,
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At the I ,ae.t (. aud wnl delirar aood. In any part
ol t !. .-,iy. HawiM kaepnatlrtag hut Ilia Wal. Call
audlaav Ol.ler..
50,000 Bushels
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FRESH
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GROCERIES! !
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CANNED PRTJITS
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NATIVM WIsncrThToert ana para' naa.
Caaka Win, for .al h ih Unr' or .niioa
j Mra.BT'KKira KiikV.
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