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ly mail, per aunuinf lndie T '
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- fi" fcnuna rfMt.HtiMifW rre ol polite m Miin1
KOinery couuiy. I'tiyiiiriii in iwlvwi o id ailcawo-.T
JOB PBINTINO-.-
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Of every ilorittinn, .x,eiil.il su-um l'lewiies, ill
Uilil style, iu.i al re.s msl'le Jnt!w. , lt
empire Hiillillii, 'HO Mailt tilrnet.
noi'Mistm in: jiiyy,,
HAIR .RESTORER!
lIHKASKH,OK TliK hOAl.K
fpHI okill of Hi medii-nl fm-ulty in tri-ulm hrii.rm ,
X of the pvrIi hrv.,111 a inaioniyot mv, been I -hi- ,
hod hythta, the imi mnhr diei-aeroi ihtthumwu
froine. It to nol lo wondoreritv., rr tt P. inurr ureal
atody, deep r wiuvlt an. I a cnn-hil iiiverMcUuu ui
theoOftiaeO Which HO,1INH 1MB dieoae. . Uuleea the
cauae. ia discovered, it i hp nnr monw.il.ihty lu
eradicate ilt d'-iei.-te met i-tleni a- nei maueni cure..
iieoea nf th walu have been proiuMitKa. im tir -hkr
by mne of tt mowtemmeut puiuiaa. 1 lut'o de
voted YKAItH AHT!IV
To tUiH pAOUliar pari of (ho human Irnmo, mil I an.
wnt in I km! that I iioHHena
TtlK O.LV UKMKOY"
Hofaraa known, thai Would pmnmiHiily1 rfadM ale
llWPe lUilllOUI (llMCUMOH Ol tilt W'IU t. e.,
0AI.X KHKUM, 8CAM UKAi,i .
And other ouiaiiftoiH dmefmetf, nn. restore, the hnir lo
tlioxe who have become Uild. To make
imiiJ the MHHMrtioo, 1 will forfeit
FIVti StUNDIUCf) itOhLARtf
If l fail to cure Kin wornt canea ol dietned a-'iilpa t
tho loiittewt Hlatidinif, with tlio
iH.X 11111 KKMTOllKtl.
Kr,,d the t'ollowiin':
(7W.i u u A. NixJi f?M.)
Ai.iunt, Naw Yohk.
Pour. IMiihn: Two y-ra ao my H.-iilp lt-nni
.liHMiil.Hii.l inv li ur .oiiuin,nl-.Mt to mil out vrv t:ot.
i'.u .i.K.- r Munm4mht mr wilp onn roiiinlWa
n.nt. II Iimimiiik vry p.ttnt'ii; mv it'-l at liim w
i..l.tn- Him hiiriita J illllt I Iv III Hit ' U-,U Oil HUM HUHIIIi
iiortiiltltt; I woiil-1 ikppty riiiiti.ty hilt n-im-ily, Inn
.'., ......ii.miitrv roti.T. 1 iMui-ullfl Hvml pliVHi-
-iHiitor thM cli y. 1 wawiul'rierf ly llwm Una Hit
.liM.niH, with wiu-'h my m-iip w Hirwt...i in tti Mail
in. .,n. Mtt.l LliKl lit. t t onal uiibi tiirM luo, . I wml
U.lU..rl1-.,lilMlL lilltl M Ill l-tl tM l-tllHIlH V-ill
You wnrvil Unit y.m wotiM erfclicnt ilia diaaa
hihI flaUnra my natr, wmn na i wi.m i
Wmi BmL a;,iiraiii,.' 1 plwcl inyhfil in your Imii'ls,
ii. r.tniilu nr... f have a liixuriiinl Ufml of hati;
i.i w MMili. in DHrlvllv well, and wy Imir lux i iiM-d U.
rail nut. RMMwifti!ly yonra,
Mua HKftii tloiii.n. No. llTftoiilh IVwrl Mlnt l
II iatetiNikiiAwUd0l by all who hv in lh
TliK ONLY 1'UKVAJIATJHN
'1 hat would ell'H.lnaJly Hud pt'iiiiRiwuily restore Hi
1'UK HAllt IflttlM KALUNtt 0'K.
Thftlrn "d mpftlfy twiFtintaof -Bauirftii
in tlin ntriuiK-t evi'louceof Ui inauilold UiuelilH il ia
coulurring upon ,
T1IK HtlWAK KAMI LY.
w conndnrieof (Im puMie haa tm-tobiain-tl,fiu
tin) all uuilo in nliHrtliiin to it.i inrritiitid vast hhjhti-
" ' (VKR ALL PKKMRATIONH -
Kvtrinlrlidm pd. I tl' not twmftttif ml my ir,.mi-
tion (ot-aiiHK hair to row lit ima in ircinyKM many
i.. rm il i-it -tini.li imoossilitlitv. and lalalit 'in
ci.iiHMifHt with Hit' law f To llutn whoxrc
MkMiiJ lor iu r.liiliu I w.ll inU H Lxna li.l.-ylltjr:
i 1 will ftifftli ll.llVU' ,-' ; j,
(Ona Tlionaaud Oollar.t) if I fad to 0"'r Ui worst
:u-tn4ol pArlinl hiUiliiHf, uulr linii yuara altoitJ
inif, wiih
TMK OHfiY UKN IflK UAIM U KH'Vi HifeK.
Tliii wvndorntl roncdy in iolit hy HniRf?ixlt il'
llu
IV YUlIll DUIUiUlHT II AH NOT OdT IT 8KM
N.B. Cure idiarnnU'Ail in vcry fixa wharf Miadi
rpr tiom ((.r t'H rt iiitphtitlly ottt-ytd.
aWTrit.tl pT lioilK nrHii InjliWa rr
Plt tK. II. A. IK MUNN,
Httla Propnotor, Mo. U!' Untli; Ult
fnlUlT K Mt'inv Nf'H' Virf."
1 "
ATTAOIIMKNT '
William Knaunr, IMmniilt, vt. Will. Vaulmn and ,
11. Vaiixhau, Pitriuttrw a vaiiK''1 t-'o Itiuiid
Ilolorw Jnlm H.HUpplin4il. .fcintiro of tlifl I'flwfl of
I lay loo TowuJhip, Mou(touiMry iouni, uiu euim
ol iinio.
N Ilia i'lllitl if ol (iwi-tMiilMT, aaid .liiluo
I I Ilia fta.i tKMiifd iiiiit'di-rof Anactniirul in II.
altuVM twilion lor llt tiiin ol mix luindu'd and tn.xiy
ttvaddlarxaDd m il V-lonr tiiU. lUri Ml lor tit-at'
mil Kwbruary iu, Uu'i, ai IwoVLn-k A M.
liaytoD, Jaounry J7, Jt.'-ff4 La
PETITION FOR PARTITION.
Mary Huhr fi Uw.rpa lluhr, Jwoh Hnlatr, Jnlin
It. tiuitfT, aiarinu iio(tnr( niH uuwri, wtu m.
Holier.,
Curt uf Common Pleai of Montgomery county,
nlno. In Partition.
GEORUK HIMtKtt.of Ilia HlHta uf I It moot, Jacob
' Hitter, of Ht. JoHtM.h foiiiiiy, Indiana, John H.
Hull'', Martha Hnhr, Ah- HiiImt and Ana K. Hoimr
all of Montdoinerv cnimlv. Oluo. will late nota tlml
a petition wax HU I aainnt lhni on lh liuih day of
Mtinlvtimnrv roiintv. Ohio, hv Mr rlittHp, mini
now pending. wUitimu aaid Mary HuherdntandHtar
t,Lin nf iIia follnwiDif ral tHlat. lo-wit: HiliihU in
tha oounly of Moiilonn-ry and Mtaia tf Ohio, lm N.
ttti. mi WinfbrKitner'rt nildiliou to Iht towuo Miam
iHOtirif, in naifl itoimly, a plat of wliH'h ih rtn-ordod in
Plat hook A, pa l of lha rworda of Montgomery
noiinly, Ohio; and thai at tho nxi term uf d ourt
the naid Mxry HiiImm- will )ply for an ordvr UbU ar-
lition may It iuhUh ol uni-i priuniMHH
' ! i . MARY lillHKK.
Adah Oi.tr, Allorny. h-jvh;
LK0AL NOTICK
Jo. W, Houk, pl'fl, vi. Daoirl H. Harher, dfli ndaut
lu IM nMporior uoun i ni(Bmo'"ry uiu.
TURdAlaudant inthiv mwd il hereby nctirlt4 thai
the p4wnutf haw tilod a peUlio axainxl him,
cfamiiiiK an mdubtdtu'ttHt iiu'ludni miittL np lo
tiiA ntf Kebruary, Into- of On Hundred andnixty
LhitUr andlVviity-ftvo Conta, lor whmh plamiirtMHke
a dtM rtMi.aud Uiai m delanlt ol pyiiiut thf rt-ol' wtiltm
t'U daya, tltal a Curiam land win rnij I 'ttrliti'li,( num
tmrt),i'4, lriiitdaUt April 'id, 1MM, bikI iuhm.'.I
theuauieof aaid Itanivl L. PiirUT, and now in tin
poH'.aKiinof wuld pltinlifT, ahull ho ft.lToriiHfd and
hoIiI hm iipoii fx'ntitUN at luw, by Hie Hhcrtrt nt ttmd
County if Moiiijiiiiitery, to nullity ihf mhhI Jwrie and
ill rottUof tk a proiediutt tid dH-ndaut ui ro
qutritd lo answer ud (Hilit io.i ou or IWure. the ISili
oay ul April, lwiA, otheraino dotMini will be reudcrHI
acfopbiiii to pruyr ol petitioner.
r-lhu lUillk MiiMAH0N Attorney!.
PETITION FOR PARTITION.
Heary M.tlebbari, Oat hah no Ann Uebhart an(S Mary
M- (Uhharl, v. Am lm K. Ilellerinan, John A.
Uttllurmau, Feter V, lieliliArt, HttUtit K. (tebliHrt
ond Klbtn (ii'bhart. Bu)Mnor Court of Moniom
try County, Ohio. Pi-titmn t'ur I'urlitlim,
A MKMAK. HKl.LKUMAN. Iohn A- Hollerman,
A Pnter V. tiebliarb, UoatdlA K. Orbhar and
KlTT-n tbdilmrt Will tiilte loltrn th.tl u INililinn Mai
nladaiainFil them on thelUlkduy of December, A.
, Hrt, in Uia Kuiierior tJourt ml Montxoiiiry Uouti
ly, Ohio, by Henry M . Oehhart, ('atliamm Ann ih It
hurt and Mary M. (ehlntrt, and la now pmidntg,
wliHreui Heiiry M . itohhar(.,4'altiiriiit AiU Litdiharl,
ond Mary M . fiehhwri ttituid juiliiliou of th lullow
iuX real eihUn, to-wit:
Hitua o in the County of Montgomery nnd Hlata ol
i Muo baiiiK a pftrl f the noulheaMi ,tfarter of noH ion
No. 1, towiMhip No. V, rtinx nL, Ai-.J tM-yiuninK
mi the aotithwvrtt iiorner or the Irani l0H.,'.ti pi ri Ih
a., KA w. from ihn Meetlon eorner at a tom-;
tbanno n. Hilu oa..'iU perhaH aloiii Unthnrt' e
lion ho to n ahmoi Ihetx-u a. 41, w l-r tMl-luu Nndt(-N
aloiujf WaavHf'H end U:o ai-ion line b- m4uiih
then ft a. aft", w. Vm A rrhe aloa Root' tin U
a alonei llien-. aouth 4ii, titt.mt pert' to- aloutf J'
oob Hhatle'e Iiimi to the luie of bttiuiiinx, t-o"tiuuiu
fa') nty-M4 o-rei, inmi or Utn. Alhii o( pny
ttered forlyiUiie, ttltv. ti'ly-oue and tifty-two fill, 60,
M ul ii),iu diuted oo a ot Uie aultdi vieiou
otp.trl l aat'tion No, .t.1, (own 4, rtxtmoT, iimiln h"
MCIuro aod llaniea, and reeordvid on the rworiln
4l MunitpHuery OiNiatr.Ulai. in put Uioh A, pujje
All, HiluatH iu 4diitu towuMluii. Monluonierv Coiiu-
ty ttlhio, oud thai, ai lha t'ehrumy barm,
oaul Ootiri, toa aaol Heury M. UtliluU,l Valhenio
Imlitiart aud Mary M liehhail will apply lor mi or
xlvr. ibai uarliliuu may h- innle ol mhkI pri iuih'.
It Kti It f M IIKHMAKT, I
' ' ' CA THKHINK NJ UKMHAHTJl
',' ' " MARY M. liKHH ART.
iuAM Our, Att'y, Um-ndawiw
DAYTON, lllf) : jNH)T1)AV, FKlHUTAltV 20, 1865.
VOL. 11
NO 131
Clothing.
.
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5,000. MENANDirBOYS
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W A. 3ST T E t) !
! I 1 i , i i I i
TO BUY OVERCOATS,
i ill V.il ii
'i BUSINESS SUITS, ,
Ah
.1-1 '..
f ill'l
j ,j KNQMS1I WALKING OOATSS
I s
lilt lU tRN tM t UKH?SlIin i
i
For1 lH mniV (auI ir f:inlhirif Ilnrin
la' bm. W if a Ir vn to rriinnd lh i.iII.Im- llittt
nImiiiI ui raiififfttoii wil h a larj;. W holi.-nle i'loilitiit
MHiiultti'turin lloun, )n UM ihi.Hll. w Lin Ii L'rlaiuiy
-bmMh iirt lo ii v ih altftte inclnc mnitf .
aia tonoUntiy rtvviV'U lli Ultt atyles
MEW ami VOITIIS' CLOTH IMi,
v' , .i if -i- -ill.
Whn'h is carefully selected and well made. Call
xaiuiu our aiie'k ol Ololbm, buluro puruhaaiug
eUewhere.at
'f: t .V i il OO'v'7
10 8
MAIN HTKKK'I,
htnkt Mtrifrfte in th.ir narabr and HltiM,
WlllCir HANGS OUT AND HE A
SOHWABZ As BOaiN,
clothtVjis
lli.'B ttiU. .' u.O
;; !.. ii
oo!b'luiJ " 1 1 ' ' Mala ait..!.
Popular Indignation Against Mr.
Lincoln—General Grant's Ability
to Make Peace on the Basis
of the Union.
of the Union. [From the New York World.]
WASHINGTON, February 11.
N
in
w
of
and
LIS
iiconlesUKIy, a vrcut vJiann hat tnltoti
litrft in pulilic bpiiiloii beta within thA pnat
ic dayn rcKrilini Mr. Lincoln. When ihn
arrival uf Sugtharn'rBQn (.mruiwHiyn
Htlfention of the people wa. iiiHlnnlljr ilirrclr.l
liird llnt'JiHil Maniitfato, nud.lby waitijl
with painful anxiety Home aipu on nil pari
which miht iniliuatu a denim to turn the
priceless opportunity to natiounl nnrount.
With th dni.rtur uf Uia Kec-retarjk ot Statu
forj 1'ortrpna Monron, adniitlHdly for tho pur
pole of conferring with Mnnsra Stephen!,
Iluntnr and Oatnptwll,' a hop apranp np fn-l
mif.breiuiU that the I rpnidpnt did indeed
cobiprehnnd the situation ; nod thia hope wa.
ao fttrengthpned an to amount to actual belief
when Mr. Lincoln hiuinfdf went clown to inpct
th Ooniiningionors. Dcniocratn and rnnnorv
alive men of all pHrtim and fartioin hailed
Ih event an tho f onsihlp forerunner of pence.
Nona bill IhetrRdirnl wcr. dipleed and
thin (I iil iKlnclir.il on their purl only atillciicil
th hopea of all true I'nioinnU.
T hp iilnincant nrlich' in WinSinptnn
Clironiclo wern eootiidered an ho. much luhli
tioiiul weight to Uih tuiititii'Miv tii.; lint i'refl
idf lit rimlly (lenireil pence. Hut when Mr.
Lincoln and Mr. Howard cnnie hack to Wash
ington, and the rehel coniminaionerB roturnod
to ltichmond, and the rciiult of the cooler
pucn waa atithoritiitivoly nunouncpd a no
n-nlR'thea the Hwelline lldi of (;r.ieful hoi't
which hud been surely lillinp tho 1'ronidHiit
lo thn hij.rhat place in thu airectiona nf the
poople, botfim itH rellnx, and has at Innt
itrainlpil him upon u lower Biiore ot popular
enntompt that airy o wjijob the jnuupacjlies
of his udmiuistration huve yot cunt him.
J binkinif , me ri are-bow beginning , to ruoall
the fact llu.t Mr. Lincoln, as I'rpsident, never
yet siioueeded iu anything he enayed. but
(or hinl even Mr1. Seward might have averted
the struggle through the negotiations of IKI'1.
tVhen, alter tile war had really set in, the
IV'Niiient iinilertnok its coiuluctj evprythiiig
went wroil7 frcjm Iho wy inilapt Jlmt he
assumed the rtpoiiHihilily of setting' nsidu
llciiprul Mcdlelluii's plans, the adoption of
whic'h pinna by suceeediiij commanders has
gained us all our victories. Tho President's
scheme' of oompensuted emancipation fell
stillborn. His proposal for gradually rumov
iag slavery beloro the, year 1100 waa juil
unnoticed by ' OongrcHS. Tint plan for e
utriatiug or coloniy.iug the negroes misera
lily failed. His foreign policy bus consisted
ih squandy backing dowu wlutu any other
government has assumed a trnculpnt denieun
or us will. ens llu) Trent nlfuir. .
i Under (lenernl lix, while Lien. Col. I. ml
low waa commissioner, the eschitnge of pris
oners proceeded reguhirly 'and sinootlify, ni
tliouuli nt that lime some ol the most dohcato
questions, because entirely novel, aroso ; hut
altpr Mr. Lincoln assuoied the; command ol
that olheethe exchiini'o was entirely blockeil
aud no relief wag oblaiued uutil I bo whole
matter wan placed in Iho hands of (ieneral
Grant. The result ol the lieutenant general'
axsuinption of the affair is deserilM-il by tlml
ellicer himself an K cnmiilet siiccphh. In
everything, in short, which the President has
Underlnkeii he ban prnveil lunHell a living ex
poucnt of the jliiiMUmentuI priuciple of the
ciroumioeuumi &iiicT-nnw ni 10 no , i ,
' The Hre-ealern have sneeringly coiniueiiteit
upon Ui aabjecl. of poace by lha declaration
that Generals (Irani and Sherman are "our
bost nence commissioner" Conservative
men here accept the statement, and are will
in? to nines the entire question with those
officer. l''or Giinnral Grant, in his dispatch
nf Keh. 2d to the Secretary of Slate, clearly
nlk)wid that he knew how to manage he mat
ter that be could make peace upon Ilia basis
of the Union, lie obtained more Irnin the
,niminaiiinnrA lin bis hriuf interview will
them, than eitliet Mr.1 1.ineoln of Mr. Heward
did in their four hours of useless or tricky
gabble. He fonnd out that Messrs. Stephen
and Hunter were aonuled by a "sincere de
sir lor poMce and union." Th President and
Secretary of State declare that thny iciuld only
discover thai the commissioner were inllexi
blein the demand for separation.
' 1b view of these things, popl here do not
hesitate to sleelap thai u i'raaideut iste
sponsible for all the future bloodshed of the
war that every man killed hereafter will have
been dnnecessarily laiijhlered They indig
nunlly assert that Mr. Lincoln has never been
able to rise above tho mere fMttifogKr;.that
bis sol object ha Ujeu, not how to do, but
how not lo do, that ha baa thrown every ob
stacle in the way of honest attempts to end
the war and retain our country; and that hav
ing neglected the golden opiortuuily which,
righlfnlly employed, would liav n cured im
mediate peace and union, be lias demonstrated
his utter inuhility to obtain those bleasincs.
11 mice I bo bitter indignatiou which is felt
against him hero, not only by Democrats, but
by all honest and practical men in bis own
SPECTATOR.
, - I v i
The Kew Yor Tribune frankly says: - "
' The time is at baud when questions ol
economy and retrenchment will he in order
aay, when the weight of public burdens will
compel their consideration. Let those who
car to outlive the slorui which ia plainly
brewing hik wall, to thoir record I" t
The causes which have produced nigh
Sricss, ami Wd uiaay peopl to believe that
le eounlrjr was properons, have bean piling
iug us iuto ruin.
' ' ii. -- '
, , . j . , j
Thurlow Weed, in alluding t a oaa ia which
lha government was cheated out of a million
of dollar by- a iiUHMitfart fi tHI.HUU bnga
of coll.ie, puk of the holy patriots as bil
lows : .,, . ,, t . , , i
"The perulinrty in our ease is, that th iiiohI
unscrupulously raai iou oHicial are those
who nUuctt Oi , hixbesl fense. k 4'f t 4 !
frlollsm-the" inkier than Ihrtn' ' aieiM- tu
very ceusor ofollicial iulegrity.
I. S ,dUUi
Medical.
DR. ROBACK'S
BTOMACH
BITTERS
' AURNOT
TO BE EXCELLED
ss
'UWl NTOHACillO
JOS'Uf ....
DIGESTIVE ORGIRS.
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a tteoi v(fv,vtv.o t$
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AWT XV'S1tVvv''0 .. .I
JHlioua Fever,
'ever and Jlgzce,
Liver Complaint, 1 '
(Thjspepsia,
j aunaioe,
. ' Kidney Co?nplainta,
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Xomot.c. li'AXc
ate ve. fto'vt, "WvevtA,
YktcwViVi 'Wft.sAvwvi.
Thrf pitltra art put up m quart
bottUs, of whUh tk abov it ao
irrvil.' 97v. UM it fintly n.
graved, and in provided until a
taft. guard from, aounterftiters.
(Print $1 ptr IMU, or tix far t6.
O. W. lohMtk, Q'rvj-rittor, Jia. 6
'East FcurtK cret, Cinoinnatf; U
luhvm all order sHouid It al-
tr-mh .. (h-i'!.-5 i !.!. n'ii
FOIl SALE 1JY
lrniifila trenerally. fe ;
mi. iTi Miij.i;u
UAV K oiwned an ontiro new atik nf ftvji 6ro
i'itii'H, on Third nlrt-r-i, three ihiorn enel tf (U
MiMituomery Hoijm, Mm-VC7 Wo ha Hit oar d
ilolke, M uliifn-a, tUti Hoi L'hiini, Vuu-kju, (!al Oil,
Hatt, iVirita, uba, Hu. hr-U, Hruono. ud Tar by tit
an. we nave ii-mikm, t'.lao Oeirxvi, niraMrifrrieM,
TotitaloOM, iiiiu'4. riuuu, t:herneM, tpa'e amltjuve
OyKitTs' al-so, Nit aa ordneiil of .l.-llifH, l'n kb-n and
HpieM, raitaf rtoapN, fir In I btf Hon, 11 y, Hwr1 T
hrveo, lliMieiit and amihinit: Kloiir bylhe Ira. r-l 1
".ai'tt, whoe anl yellew tbir a MohI, Bte-kwha-l Kloiir;
in I -4 eye jrihinf that the lint) Let 'hii aifTl. We re
IMMTttallv mvite mir fi -eudt to ptve lit a call I'oino
oOi iMtw oJstt mm! poo wtaalWOQwMl 4 , jotfOUUit
i . .... 1 ' !) ... J
Medical. Clothing.
" ClothiDgCiothipgl
THE LARGEST STOCK
Of Cloths
And Cassimeres
,N TKLC,1Y JfivI.N!
PINK H A LKUhk K, , ,
CltUhiny Ihill, Xo. 807 AVnW Ulrerl,
JJayltin, Ohm, are tiow Jieceivtnt; a
Larije A'niiy uf Spring and
Summer . Unmix,
OnmpriKini! U Ih Lslestmylea J III k a lit Tnl
nre.1 IUoIIim; Kreilfli. KMtiy. snd Vtnin Csie. meres;
Silk, 'Hfttuk, Marseillws. niul ,.iUir hew . 'lyteH nf
Vilnius, Inr UiiKWiin llnlern. A fviiivift line is
KIIRMIXIIINU HouliS, aii.l.llm lsiritt.t ud
sus-k ui
Hesily Mnile Jlrthtna mi i,
To h. ftiimd in an, ituuse in Hie t.iiy. KiukeAI(-
l.r are Ageuc. lur
SINRKlt it ' COS HEWINO MACDINKH,
TiavheMi IVfaivtnnA for alt prarttieal piifiroefn in th
Cum ily, andlor r.iopH,ever iueiitil and mlrodiu'ed in
tho conutry. -1 M 0117 maie hy oninnir nn
Inn" 7, ltl-4.lt ki r h K r 1. K.l j 1 FK
1
I
JOHN HETTELON,
:'" " Wholesale Uckr jn"" '
Furcigit & Domestic Liquors!
j ". ,: ,.o! ass' Third Btreet,',;,'',"
; DAYTON, OHIO:
IBKPS UN di'KAhiarg and' Assort.!1 )uaalit
Bourbon, Rye, and .
Other Whiskies,
BRANDY QIN, RUM,' BITTERS, AC.
' tA,Alao(a ar(a Hlotiif Of li'lgarH.lh
Juue 1. lit. t , ilAwtf
liK.Uil IrJicil I'ircnlir
K.rl'-iUr,! A t "
Orj-Klflii-a larca 1 1 ,71 I
Mler pair! ftrr twu V
llvriUtloMilM. .0r
YOUNQ MEN'S MEDICAL ADVISER.
Ti UATI 'IToHH nlrice i'iwu Hi ibiearxnof (he iter
Ota, rieitiinitl, urinary, and Mental nrtfftnn, In Ihf
latuorU of the Wetttern Me,ln-ai Aaaociaiteui whKih
are liv mail iu wiiki eiiveo,ri, irr-e ol i lnuw
Thw orifitni.4lion anrt furnieil to iliflitxiine new mul
reliMle IrcMloienl ,ttnd if cnnjKieil of Ihe well known
liiyH.'i;,iiH, 10 wliuiu ah li-turn utiih' tie dn t-elei, t
iKH. JAUKHOM, It KK MKU V I'O , '
I ii TO lawiiin hoi 4.141, riiifiiiuaii, ibio.
' ' v ...'('. S
Farm for Sale.
mHIRTT HIV Ai'KRH ON l,ANI, about ane Ihkil
I iirli t lloiu, aiiitril lo Uih iMiluir ot Tolaa-o, aixt
iliebilant'e hill land, MuriuMe (or a nuyMnl, Hituaied
le-tr Ihe lovvil ol VV'coiIIhjiii, tnn luilei Iruui (Ntuler
vilte, three imlaa from aI,iiiiWiviII, and eeven
uiilen b'oiu I'.tyl u Tlie lluiioveiuiila counltit el a
wo htoty Iraine boiutH, itont'iininic nine or tn roitTnn,
a tiaru, carriaMO hua, 4Mi"ie'iil. wtio.lliouto, near
Irauie toll vi o hol, tenant houe, and a lari(e aloue
null, formerly uted an a woolnn manulaetory.
'I'ho larm aud lat,iut(!i pro ail id kochI rfairPud
Will b aolJ al a l'w pi aud unon nnhi teruoi.
If not aold witlun two or three wcefc the aim ye
nreiuiea will bo ollured al pniihc auction.
MA HI' H A ALKX ANItKU
W. H. Kt,vit,i.t, Attorney. leh.llwawi
GEO. UEBELExVS
Celebrated Black Ink.
Wholesale and Retail1
DAYTON. Oil I. ..
Near (Mearanr of PraslcllB sail Ludlow (ilreet.
NO. 1 5
(Inlrvojnnl, nnd Klee trie Thy
slrlan,
Nt. .VH VIVTH HTKKKT, NK.AU JKKKKRm,
llAVTuN.OHHl.
Hi rW. hKHII.VA. bv her cliurvovant uw-uliv. de-
1 1 iti-nliMH charai'ler, and tells th-oiII of buiueri
OotJtaltuta, ko alw, by rV-r iiuhHiietic orr t4
irii-ily, and her tm-iln al kiioMbHle, ht-alx vita-
eaee taith reutuiHlrliroioo.
ribe aleo kiwiiN 00 b md P siiuidv of HruUtne
iUa'a .;4djrald l'04irl trt'aj ir lMnljly nit' Ihe
hwr. . . nvjj.m -
DliNTAL oXT3
UR. K. ( 0?iWATf 1
Wtrl'l.fl reripectluMy inform the eitiwti oi fViy
biothat lr will loaerl whole weia ol teeth ue
,Mif pul Iowh, ou Vuloouiaei kubbor, in ib mtM
linnrovi'd ami beaoh lul llttllie uialfrml il aliinl
of lor the num of Utiif the lieel limit nnl and
wamottutM bia work tw apve ttwn aaUHtaitMru. 'fttpaw
who witi (o hte Ifftli ni.Huit l on Kul4'f wulu do
well tn rail at bit ohVe No . Tliu.l Mreol, wher
they ran bo aiM'omwiooaced with Puy MiaUyiU " any
eiylowt ViUti'y may Ueuto. ; , tl ; atldnyiiuji ;
4rmmt 1)KRh.)ns nkNIItOUtf jV U A V
I f I 11 i'lANW TVXKD CAKkyVl.l.Y m
and irMUv. will p.earM t enro r-tere at HVrriCK.
ik l.l t AlKK bMK AMj I'Al'r.K t7UK,
t'ornxr of Third and Main alreeta.
MiHi : j nuttettT. .
FilEi)7SiTwAHm:
, liutubor, StU Ki,,:J,. ,
HoU'l'H MIliK Uf Till MAKKI.T IIiiI'KK;.-'
Hm iJNmilh Beldlllji f yl.
iuaMM-lta 1.1 ..-. .. . 1 '
AUVKHTIBlBfU UA1EI.
IN DAILT.
Ono PHUftro, iPh!j a ordn, ivMd) 011c lnertion...9 po
I luo attiare, ono week ; w
one miiitre. one month... ....... M
Ono miatre, thioor Hip ,..e 7 1,0
(mr biUit,ii OB On till i..f. e. .! UU
UiuT,ia moo mi rt.e ...
1 -JN WKKKI.Y.
One rqnaro, eiphty aonin, one week....
f't-r H-timra, wu li week in addition.. ....
M 91 w
...... .IB HO
ivr siiiiinre, one year..
Term frWOrtvoMroepaonta oocui vinit paieaiel
ipaco or rorPkli(or fierioil IhauaU.ve b,iecilU iT.liiNdo
known at the Uouiitiiij Itomn All derttoftiDlPPe
cia pred pi Uirplrofe iu,unleap written nt:remeut
ih nirtile ireviou to trinMitinn. Alfcaaual ailvvrtiMt
ittenli loiiHl Ire iih! fcr loodtanrp.
Professional Cards.
1 .1 r x rvr 1 ry r.' 1.
.. VI . I . .,
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C. L. VALLANDIGHAM,
II
AH ItKblTMKIr Til It PRACTJt I UF tAW.
irrrctr t for the iireaotil) pt hip rMidenao. No-a's
Kiri-t Hln-cl, Jieylou, Ohio.
Mr r tew inn1 i irom iv a . m. f vnraa r. at. ,,.
HA.VTHM.U. NofcniUjrlatai, lti4. not 1 -lit
Ki.iiiii TiiurartiON,
A T V O U Hi ; W A T L A W
. f ... . AND : ' , ' "
' NOTA UV rtl lUiKV
WFf L Ptuiid lo fnirfirieMi entrumpd fc him wtli
ibiilceuue, irumcUier and euro. OhV nortb
riiib of Third rJtrt el, tn (lie roont alxo orvuleJ by 1',
P . Jttrtaher, Atloruny al Law-. , nwyoJiuawly
H" WlhMKIt U. HKIA'IIKK,
1 ' 1 1 ' 1 IMYTVN, Olllt. ,
0KI'H,E--No. bu Main utiet, nearly oiioHa the
Coin I HoiiMe, ot-r Ihe lr lioou HUire ol Johu
a. ltw.(wlury. , loi7duM:ini
.. r
'MIDL1N KUAU1LL,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
Urn nmiio nntlillng.Thlril olrctt '
felCdewtf 1 UfcVTON. OHIO. ' -
7 JAM lH J11JA(KK)TT, '
,) I (bate I'rnhate Judge,) ,
ATTOKrNJaX-AT-LAV,
OKKUilC Mecoud alury phdlia' liuildnifi, corner
He-ond and Main elrceta, OfipOhite ibe KranKlifl
UuuMtt, littyuui, Ohio. ja4ilPHlni
' r lJTwiI.MAM HOKY. '
PUISIUAX AM) SURGE0X.
OI'KH K Thlr.l slreel, U, llu, 1'ul.lir H.iusre,
I)yUmi, Ohio. nuuuil ' ,
G 1 O . W. M AL AM Bit E
1 j Attorney at Law,
iA
Ml -VO
1 U4TO.. OHIO.
rilrtlUK-(iDMaintlreel, nesrly 0iimU lb
Court lloni.e. lJiine7lh, sil. illl
TIIOMAhl U. I.UWh:, "i7"
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
" lAY'ViN, OIUO.i
WIl.Ii kivo iroo't ntuuil-on lo all bpum. en
lruld lo bin rare. "
iHte ibisnnn.a'M ttiehuM, Third Ktreet. oulwy
KV H.Olil & FEED SIOUE!
Best Qualities' at Lowest Friers!
THOMAB ,!.. ,aiLLX8,
II
AVIN'I purchased Ihe VUnr and Veed more re
eenily k rt b I'Hor Bei(4. tfourtli Hiroot, p lew
ticur oatiiail maiu, will keeji iu naul tti be.l uiiall-
turn of ' 1. - .'..,. .f.
I'l.OI'lt, FEED AltD 3RAI!,
Al Ihe foweM into-1 and will deliver pootU tn tiny port'
o fit. i-iiy. Hv will kttt-i puthiDK but Lli bol. OaU
lDi b'UTe UC'lurn.
V,' 50,000 Bushels
riaxaoad Wanted
rj bUoll Kli Klaiaeo.1 wauled, br which
MrWIW thf biKbe.t rriarket irii'o in eaeh will
la n.i.l, al ibe Kbuir aud Kee.i aloreofThoH. K, Uil
hh.dHle Hi'ltT IUihI'h,) No. M Kofirth el reel, Hear '
mwa. i'ijiiiii, imw,, , ., t iiiUB, H, UlkUn.
iyV7-dJtwi-iu
N.
H IIOI.KSALIC kU BKTAU DKALKK AND
,J0BBKH IN
MILLINERY GOODS,
STRAW GOODiS, (
R1BBON& CttAl'KM FLOWE R S
And M AaviMH ususHy rwtairlsi m tt Katiutr
. . : run. , ,. ... ,
Mft. 41, MaiiBlroft, i
DAYTOM , OH X 0.1 1
N. N.-AH rirden. Aratn IhiHM., Mnmtfw ...
IsakiW tn. .
.MillioerKsnlinl.-r. ia ren.rl will lo ti ' '
sx.iiiiii. Ihm MOMrk tMitr. .ureluM.ux lMhrv
180-1
itM
GROCERIES ! !
FRESH
l.iVKar
nil, d.iriw smmI. trei.li nnMeris, ami
'i we onl 1! remluK all isimu lsierrii;
eivA
c? a. it N" p r
P,H UITS
, Tr lit., Plum., Hli.sUrru a, (jiinirw.,
euisiHI-klrri.M, .utllieitle.; Iliueh.vu 1
sritK, AI) COVE OVSTEHS
al o, lu AHMirt wf iH o JotitMi, Middlotowa llama pJ
Shoiil.h-rs, ,Mmp nol I'oal lil, Him or aud I'i.iWb. '
I'lufcteo, Htaom, ney Moat, Ao.i m lout evevtiii. .
that the Unirltvle arloril llml ia .b-M wlle. Tti'lolavi-ti
llhewer wewsiil.r aay w k oep ff.e iwM artNde ! Ifinw
t m iiuu i-on t UaU, Vonj ojiP.routo ail, prat ooa
it wn i-hii mi, m iniinK a haihIi,
Uolt.taw mu Maiuot., o slMrauolo Maikari,
"T
Mkl-M Ak VOK BALK.
fill I aulreerilrerwill well hie farm on Ibe l.enugton
1 nia,, elevru llnlea went of latyUWl, and two mile '
iwniUoi ruw jiHjiiatt, ! uo fanu owipa
rt-xoT firet nulKn!l M8a-rH are cleared. ail iu
a bii.hat.uj4i of twHivuMop l feo Wkwiv la batly
tiinU'rti1 '! Uiir4iVr-iTient-onMiMLirf hru'k tioilH..
moo a hup tauita fekirpv Ko AirUvur 'r-Tmntinn owM '
ou ibe ohM ribcr I,'-, uiiloo ooat of aaid ntrm. ,
it-.i)4i4iii mftlKli HAKHHR. "
ADMUNl'UATOU S NOTICK ,
VTliTlCK l lirreliv .ie Ui.l I hm hrB i..iid-
.4, -' ... ..wwinMO, .Ma. WAV.
a. . Ll f MHi..liah u.wnstilu Muutieuuierv iiualw
ui4, iwas.V.... , r, ,.,., I
ail ' I.ARKIN TOIINl'l.
f" 'a -TTT- 1 'i 'eil-t-
. ., .ifVAnu noticb .
XTllTU'K i. herrl., ki.u l Msr, jd.IIj ol is. Ik
k ii. i4 to.isua, Uaiaum I in.l.u.y, ea las.
Clli'i., 4 I u'.t, A . ('. 1st-!, hl.4 he. , win, oa iu
tar U.a.is..ir lH.ia. ft.. i4 MilM..,ei , n.aui.
UttlM, 4MlitT U lm .llvonvd (lri'1.1 .amI M.I'V IjlitlH
I V. 4al ..( .IM will iriii4 kMheaiiAvAiiaal
Mv.-li uimi U. smiJ iur!. U,ilw VTilllul al-Msmw
taiwv left.?, ' 1 . , .
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