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Arrival and Departure of Trains. Trains enlve sod ifiMt htm il.e Vniru lr-r.ii OK"s: ' ' ' j T,nv Arrive Cincinnati Acr-ommodeuoo...... l:Ww I":10 a m Oincmnatl Mail ...... J:00 p m . 5 2' p In Cincinnati Accoinnicdwtirvi..... u;s: p r.t Amow, JTseta end CViT,it", ' te-tera .... ll;IO m l:?lnpm i( IB Onlnmbiis Aoornnenodsboa r:no p m Baatera Knr. I p m Ltaras daily oztiept Monday. WuAk, Dayton aM 0irfr,nn. Bendn.kT Moll .1M m to11foBiiaia AecommodaUoo. ... S:i p in ' tai1on end HichUjan. Chlo Mail ........... ......10ii.i Ohioaico aud Iwiroil Ksproaa. liiwy ru ina. C-irl d Dawlva and HWcm. M.1sn end ChV'SBO Mslt SWattl llSJBm Btohmniiit Aroommtlt.on .. t ftipin ewpm -Hi. lionit Kiprm .-... ( .30 p ai I Unit. t:40 a ra ' AsmoHUo.... .......in i n - ta p ra . . ualtoa Aoooromuaii.......... .... la ra :iyi p n ....... I:W kifipn '. V:wjm re ' I! Arrival and Departure of Trains. SAMUEL W. KING, Agent. St. John's Lutheran Church. ;The membera and friends of the St. John'i Lotherta Charah will, meet at Cleag't Hall, , Tharerlay arening Aprn tbe lTth,' at t ' o'clock to taak naneaieiita coaoernlng a p'a fnr holdirg puWio.trhip and Sunday Scbool-their former place ofirorblp;' tloiton Uall, naring tieen dcetroyaa ay U latfl fir. Lady member nd'friPBrla are partinn - larljf invited. 1 : VbTBj referanc. to oor adverting col- amn. It will b. .en that the firm of Fink. 4c Logter, dealer is C'othln-, has been din. olvd. Ur. Lgler cootiuae the butinee at th...d.,.nd, oa sr,drt, whh... prepared to erva the old eaiomer of tha and everybody el, oa th beat term II. Ij.wtukiJi Ion .Tr..rlno. in ika baaina,, and ie well kaowu to the oititen thia city and county ai na upright and honor-1 able dealerw Wa eheerruliy reommead biin toth.contioned p.tronag.'oT all thos. who ... . .. -V T" "'""" . .-, Imobaxcv Tbe latediiaatrou fir ia oar City hat ct Jted miny people to coniider the importance of belog insured 4o some reliable company, end we nndentand that a Inrge number have availed theratolvea of thefacili tiaa orTered. W'a would direct alts .tioa the enrde of th eevrl companie advrtied , , . tha "Ohio," tha "Tnutoaia,". and "Union" all iafe and tellable compauin, controlled end directed by men among mort retpoaaibin in thit coannunity. Lbow that theia companita have iuue.d a Urge ember, of policies within tbe last lew dayii, which it lb beat--evideiHM of tha entire oon fijeno placed in lham by th public. 1 TsSATKR-r-BtCKEL UilL. laiSt tight drama of "Jessie Brown" van prevented to good house Mist Josephine Tyson as Jeuie Srowo did herself credit, thaa which there tan ba ao higher praise. "Vt. V. L. Knot, Randal "MtGregor' pTayed with great spirit Id Mr. B A. Weaver's portrayal of tbe fight' log chaplain, there woi a ludicrous blendiuii of tbe hamorone and the pathetic- Mr. r.. ! Tr .1 . V : .L. ... aaviaa prrivuiij at uuma tn mi ymvi Catsidy. Mr. Grout, at Nera Saheb, Mr. T. Radoliffe, at Geordi McOregor, deserve especial mention. To night a bill it presented, for tbe benefit qf th Second Soldiers' Aid Society. The moral drama "The Ticket of Leave Man" hat been select 4 ed (or tha occasion. Let there be a .boat. . : W call attention to Ih correspondence tendering Manager Weaver , A Kent, a i i V climeo tar v Benefit.. The affair w lo 1 1 place on Friday Night.". It wilt be their ! well entertainment. There will be a lam i:, thatvning. COMPLIMENTARY TESTIMONIAL DAYTON, O., April 26, 1865. ' ifetrrt Wtattr J, Ktnt : i Qiitlekm. Your court at manager! and aotort during your sojourn In onr I li having met with oor aarnett tvoproral t j--koroar .pprobauoo and c,te.ay v would tend you prior to your dspaitur .' j compliment of a benefit, to tak plac oa i evening best tailed to yoar convenience. r' Respectfully Year, ia ML't Adam Knacht, R3reen,Jr. , J NPI Charlev Uu dar. . George W Uarthman, tinortre a "inters, V H Corwm, . Smith Davison, S A Dicker, Harry Walbridga, H E Greer, K H kowa, Q Hooper, W U May, W L Gilbert, F PKeifar,. T OV C I- i Thomas M John, r Joseph U Peters. S I):c tlmitb, T rt t.-.,k 1 '"-'l i w l, Baiet Willlam Ocbbart, ) ft Becaam, , ' Samuel Steele,' W4Coly, w pui.ri, Lieut J at C J Roseberry . BreroB.. ' DAYTON, April 28th, 1865. 7b iittir: Knukt, Borihma, Cbmly, Cbssi A ..i.. . , . j I ui.10, th ti t ( h .... , . OltTl.tytt Your kind favar rctvd. W. ar. deeply M.ibl oi th. ho.or oooferred upon aa, and gratiBed beyond spress)on, tnal ur managerial course nat met who your ap li probation. wt-bat fegret IS miltgaiea wua t nope mas l .ome future diy we may bav tb pleasure agt to appearing befor you. Aocrpting with uuany ihanki your kind proffer of a benefit, w eoold, with your permission, nam Friday ;vning, April 28 (th occanioa of oar fa o tll r-arlotmarce). lorth vot to take plac. 1 Tour ruprctfuHv. at of DAYTON, April 28th, 1865. HENRY A. WEAVER, FRED L. KENT. FRED L. KENT. Special Notices. And t'i r!i?nl tram ol disorder! to wblen It b',h f wstet- ; TEN S BITTERS as prrnti,or cared i - ( . . ,,, .Jfb,iebuc-l.-rtiy by UsaWt "ana" gt , v " l .l.ii. J nial operation upon the stomach, th liTr,and tli nervous system. . ! LttMl TUc HhakluK Marl r a Of Fever and Airu, instead of being dotod for months with qninine, to th rnio of tbt general health, ar prompt It set opos their fee,,?ini w;tl0l,t danger of arelapie, by thU 'J proiapt remedy for ererj tied of IeterajilteoL ! Taken u eafegnard agaioet Biuiaa, U tea jdrri an attack of Chill and Fercr abtolntely : iB1"i,',,, Mil A i If ra r Bllllout ! i ; l0 i .. nOSTKTTTER'a STOMACH BITTERS. ' -. , If of a "billioaa habit," tha teadencr of Toar - eyiUm to that form of dieeaea may ba held In(8 , j check for a lifetime by tha occasional e of ;' , ' tbil harmlm W(retbl antidoW j w., Ac. " " UNSHIP Th.. i. nnikin. tkt loantiu the Ll. the i maUdjr, to qaiehlx, and reetorei itao oerUin!' . Mrf.cil. kealth and -rualer ooaditiop I Alter mm Attack of lclaaNJD, j When tbe animal power are exhaaited, UtT, DAT fator pnla weak, th mind depred, and all t pdrri jpf tltety i ,IoW ' abb, thera I t ' ) la TowxhLy'( rooTiAOaa AboD .bing pprciaud,a thacommairlty ar wi:S":&z?:T boil or ,ny Bumor 0f lB, moih, 8T"' home, the breath, cod it a great aatiitantto ' cutiinf tcci. Oar reader will do - of to j ! the tha We the a a H .1 wi and alto great of ful( com. tak fare oa , oity, ai a w. th th .- i rettortie eo.paraol wun tea tUitKl. They renovate every orgaa, gently MimaUu th ciroalatioa, improve the quality of the"" blood, clear, the clouded brain, and impart UWIU Sold by all Ur.tti.t. ad flr ,8 Safes, have Ihi valoabl article oo hand. a SoVcittiUM Uini-r roa ComoU'I"m J ;Tboa who bav aoaorea irom ivV ; j complete pronrauoii, can appreciate tt of a madicin that will permantatl.... -....tiwon ....1. 1U,I00 these tkrmlng trie promt. To all wb Eod a remedy, we lay, try Da. Hall' a T wbiOh baa received th higheit teetim' ever given in favor of any expectorant Risks tvt What i tb VWv of mooey, aoRatOB. iin heahbt Mea will tail -early aou aodergo many trial, deprive themie-1 the ccaif'?" of lif,ionek mooev, and they have accamuiatad it, what i it ware01' them without health T or, Now, Bcoviii'i Bikjo ajtb Livt a STcrH(Bt more valuable tha gold, at it will restore t,,ur,r; Sfatem when - it ' is- afflleted with Sorofr uiaM Cntaneou Uiieati-, L.ivr Uompiaintt, or other disease of tb . blood; it will a Id ttsliitu; to one e happiness thaa all tne wealth a world Allen' l.U'g Balsam is considered by- those who have triad it to be th vary b remedy for th car of Coosump ioa. (lld wil also gives immediate reliel to ta- taoM tressing cough. ... SKS t or sat ny L, o. oieveos; aim, ny Dealers In Kanily Madicin generally. Spring ie tb tiaa to take a Cathartio Mad icid, a nearly every an Ma it- Altar passing through tha seventies of th Winter, the sjstem becomes languid, tha livtr torpid, and a general ttnpor pervtdet th whole sys tem Da. Mutt's Vkoctabli Lirta Pills bav been proven to he on of th best Ca thartio Medicinal offered to lb public Their great merit consists ia th valu of tha mate rial of which they are composed being vegetable extracts which dissolve in th stomach to readily that they seldom caaa pain. Those who have nsed them say they are tb moat valuable Pill they aver used. Be- - -Wi oall the attention of the pablle te the, aWltr adTartlMfnentarbr.a. W Rol4Mk'e ttMn- ach butara in anoilier column. Tbea ftitura bave bafloma ailliM uouu'ar waaravar Uaed. and Aeva n eaivad manv encomtums of prais from thoaa wbo kiek bkit tin NeiaADU of aiiics battall a a dlaor- da-ed stratam from their . tin (AfA.) AHats Afapaaiieaa. sm Adnrtlaemant. atdlm LevisviLU, Ki., baplarabar It, isa Ob tb tld of July .last t anbmtttad. through aa IMBI armtck. to tha Ma teal Duraeloeaf Ste lopri rnantof ihe CumUrland a aampla or my Cadro hittara for nla lAMnaellon. and raoueatad If. aTMratl. al,ala, bo round tt mentohoua, lo aanouoa aad ap- i.n.Ta ita liaa inoat onr eoldiora. Tba tollnwiua Ie tha Hdle Diraet-fs reply, aad aieo uenarai KoBacrana' parniitaioa so sain auv aoaaa m ooco, 19 i.ava ii aoia ouuoiv. JOB V BULL "J am eaUeftad that Oadroa Bitten wtU de ao harm Q21Z ooaa of It to auUara. "A. HBttBY TBTMTOW, , ! "at)aoB aad altuiott liuaosat, A. 0," "BADVABvaaarnv'vovvaaCvassai.An. JNsavaha, Taaasssst, July I S,itt ) ' '"Or. JohvBull's anal, Mr. , ha namisatoa tosbia to Naabfilla.tanaaaA.twanlv-llvoifroa' (ut suudoaao)of Hull s Oadroa BiHara, lor aal la IMtUca IB we army ooiy. Tharaauauoaof Irta Traaaarv DasiartaaaaU an to btoooipliad witb atrlelly. "By oontmaM ef Haior wiml Boeearaae. 'Wat. M. kit Ltd, "Major aad PreToat ttanbal aMawai." ' ' BrBOIAL PBB1UT. Virrn Bvava Oeaveai Boa, 1 (iuaviLU, Taaeaaaaa, August U, 1MB. f rr John Bull'i .nt. Vr. . baa normlaalaa I -tHHiapoettoiba front, vtaraihoad e a.ka. wnbia li Fadwnu lines, ror ih use niina army, tiaa) ou MIamlr1!aauioriyaiaui aroo .iwa. ! W w ViW tL. fO Bt. , -rn-esume, .jjm,,-- ' a votcB PBOit rtociBtnta, nvwaatwa Mstsiaaisn, Attfuat I, Ua. "Dr. John Bull: "DoarBir I am bappt t- tlat te vonthat I have aMvourvOnh'aOaroa Bitters, with area baaaet Stf,ri.ilW,"a..a ndosf la mnwrfpei Hirer and nraamd ka- buri. bavin lieon with 6anava (in, ,1's army throanh- ui lie waoia aouwiem campeifa- ooneuaai'y i aaoaaiiny oiimaioa. - m. w. rwLS. Aattiu.sisate., Qvmm,' Employnient. fter A MOITH AsaaU waaUd Kerllw1n pf thio-t. Wa wl I (ivaaoBiallosi en at) Mavbluaa nold, or employ ateaut wb will work 1st tbe above waaas aad ail eipeoers paid. Atoraaa a. B. AtaUllilBI'rOB CO.. ieSdlwawt - AMMrets, Mwajsttj i -AI i J a 1 . DAYTON, OHIO: FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1865. NN hi iy aw NO 188 Douglas' Burial Place—The Purchase by the State Illinois. [From the Chicago Times.] It will be remembered that the Qenurnl Assembly, at the Inst session, passed nn aot au'.lioriiing the Governor to purchase for the State of Illinois the lot of ground wherein repose the remains of Stephen A Douj(lee; The lot belonged to Mis. Douglas end tbt snm of (25,000 was appropriated for its pur chate. From the subjoined ftopy of a letter from Governor Oglesny to Mrs. Douglas, it will appear lhat its purchase hat been duly consummated, and that the ground now be longs to Ihe State of Illinois. The grave is situated, aj everybody knows, In Oakenwnld, or Cottage Grove, in a lot juat adjoining Woodland Park, and just within the city limits. The grave itself is but a few feet from Lake Michigan, overlooking which tbe site commands a noble view of the broad expanse of water ; Ihe city on the left, and a long stretch of the lake't southern shore stretching out of sight in tbe distance. Arrangement are mekin; for an early com pletion of the grand monument which was ordered a few months ago, by Ihe Douglas Monument Association. The following ia a copy of Governor Oglui hy'B letter to Mrs. DonglaD, inclosing a uheck for $25,000, the amount of the purchase. Stub or Illinois, ExcnDTivi Dkpartmkkt, Sr-RiKGFiKLl), April 5. Mrs Adelt Vouglal, Wothington Oily, D. O. Deah Madame Your note of the Cth ultimo was received some days ago, with the deed to lot one, iu Oakenwald, Chicago, Cook county, Illinois. Herawitb I inclose you exchange on .New Tork for 25,000, as requested. I take Ihe liberty to inclose you an authen ticated copy of tbe act of the Legislature of tbil State, which retort to the same snhject I take pleasure iu informing you that all tbe forms have been, complied with, proper and necessary to vest in the Slate of Illinois the litto of the ground upun which lie buried, in that Stat b loved to well, and honored so long, the sacred remains of your devoted hus band, and Illinois' noble patriot and stole man. AIwrjs jnelous of his immortsl fame, the people of .Illinois would not betatjsfled to suffer the soil of his last borne on earth to fall an heritage to any other than tber own de ecendants. With assurances of tbe "highest personal esteem, I am, most respectfully, your obedient servant. RICHARD J. OGLESBY, Governor of Illinois. Mrs. Lincoln's Terrible Affliction. A Washington correspondent of the Tftuee thus speaks of the terrible suffering of Mrs. Lincoln on the night other husband's mur der : From that time until he died, I was absent from his room but an hour, Mrs. Lincoln was led in many limes during the uight. She seemed almost frantic, and her exclamations of woe were truly henrt-rendini. At nne time, while sitting by his bed-side, she kept saying, "Kill me I kill me I kill me, tool1 Sl,.tn. tnnl" At.nnih... .i,. i k-j her exclaim, in the most piteoua tones, "Do 1 livo I do apeak to me I Do live asd speak to I me, won't you ?" But those rigid lips never parted, tnose eyes never looked upon ber, lor he never retained consciousness even or a momenL There he lay, and with each rise and tail ol ni cnest, mere issued one of the most dismal, mournful, moaniug noises I ever heard, and never shall forget. Haviog had but little rest for several dajs previous, and being completely exhausted, jutt after daylight I went into the little chaai ber adjoining, and slept for half an hour. I it about to tpeak, but wat husbed by my friend, who informed me that Mrs, Lincoln bad again been brought in, and had just faint- I ed. eh wo taken from the room, and for Uhe last time beheld her "husband alive. I again entered. - jho lace of th dyiug bad tbanged to a more ashy palene,. The dark upatcb around bit right eye had tpread. His breathing had become shorter and lest labor id. That dreadful sound bad given place to a kind of wild gurgling., Occasionally, for a few seconds, it would entirely cease, aad I vonld think that all was over. Then it wonld and thus those intervals would con - -inue, until at last, after a longer interval an any which had befor taken place, the ysiciao, who was holdtner tha Presidenta d, whispered, "This pulsa bts ceased only '" No change whatever took place wlneg ua VApruaaion ui iu ueaa. JJV correspondent, under del of Thursday irT ' says that "Mrs. -Lincoln is still suffering atly from nertjuos prostration by the shock t has convulsed the nation. She has not IaT, k. k.J ..J I, L II I II .L . .aci wu, it, ia unruir nrooaoie mat wo vio iu rviuru mj Illinois lor tev- ''eys. rwe it a very general protest among laaiet ia its western Hut against posua importation ol virgin Irom hosetta Notwithstanding th preai BuLDVithmetic tending to prove that the bas inoreased In Donulation and oring tb. war, it it painfully apparent J. it not a superabundance oi mar mea. Bo many of them have been id for powder that the few left are in . naad. ' Western ' ladiee, under or- cumstancet, ar justly confidant of iy to secure ousbands that will , and indeed have been rather fat- ' war, however, hat made to many '., ia oonianotion with tha Puritan damsels had better W look to .om other locality market for th diaposwl of V- anderstood Generally VUwstABaArABnU.d tbrefora equivalent rUB WOB lron"rs Why iprovement on Bloom ,1f , ' Chicago nsuf, The Great Plague in London. In the year 1055 the English metropolis was visited bv this terrible scourge to b inanity. Those who were stricken by the pestilence lived but a few hours after being attacked. People congratulating themselves on their lucky escepe from tbe cbarnel bouse, were felled to the earth, cursing and blasphe ming up to the last moments f tbeir exis tence. The change rom th glowing, rose ate hue of health, to the sickening, blochy aspect presented by those who were attacked, was rapid and in some cases almoit instan taneous. Dismay and horror sat upon every countenance, and thousands of the oitizens son c lit a refuge in the most remote pnrts of the country. The scenes In tbe street! of London during the plague we.ro. most appalling. During the long, still watches of the night tbe dismal tolling of the bell on the deadmau'a cart, as that worthy passed by the silent and almost deserted houses, calling, in a sepulchered voice, upon those who were 'fortunate enough to be spared by the pestilence to bring out their dead; the shrieks of the anguished rota sives of the leper like corpus strewn on the canseway outside, all betokeed Ihe presence of that dread monarch, whoso will is adamant, and whom nil those obey. Charles II, at that time sat upon the throne ol the grent Alfred, guiding the destinies of the most brilliant and reckless court in Europe, unheeding the la mentations of his stricken subjects, devoting tbe life given him by his Maker to dissolute toyings with a Casliemaine, a Queroallica, or some of the other corrupt beau list of the shnmelest court over which he presided. Amidst the fearful saturnalia of horrors, Buckingham, Rochester, Sedlcy, Sir George Ktherige, and the rest of the licentious min ions who basked in the ephemeral aunshin e of Charles Stuart's reign, continued tbeir soandalous orgies and revelings despite tut warnings to fearfully Jvouchsaf.d by the Al mighty. Among tbe corrnpt nobility balls, routs and foals were the rage, despite tbe reprobation of all that was good and pure in tbe English metropolis; the shoddy aristocracy of that day pursued their evil courses, dariug and defying the wrath of an offrnded Provi dence, , The steady burglien of old London, sad dened and sorrowing over the nation't shame, weeping for the considerate rule and ttriot observance, as well at the Republican man ners, of the dayt of Ihe Proctor, thronged the churches of the city daily, offering op sup plications that the bitter cup of desolation might be averted from their proud old city. Tbeir pious and well-meant efforts did not, however, prevent tbe spread of the pestilence, and over aixty tbouaaud gravet attested the rapidity dnd severity of tha fearful scourge, ere tbe proper sanitary measures could be adopted to prevent the further progress of the Black Death. What is Needed. Tbe New Tork Tribune, in 'the following remarks, earnestly beseecbet tba President to tpeak a kindly word to tb people of the Soulh. It says: , "The people of the rebellious Slates are anxiously awaiting the termt of pence- and recoustruction, which it is the President's im perative duty to prescribe and auuounce They want to know which among tbcm are U be exposed to the penaltiet of battled treason, and which may salely return to and remain :.L .L-: t :,: - Ti . ... ""ulu!" ,IIM inesowing and plant- ustrv remains completely disorganized, apprehen sive, distrustful, anxiously awaiting deliver ance or doom, Tb freeqmen are doserting the plantations, where they are needed, and huddling io the cities, where there is little or nothing to do. Tbe public debt is still rapid ly accumulating ; our armies are burning and otherwise destroying millions' worth of prop erty that is sorely needed, and which we shall wish unhurt a few weeks hence. Every thing calculated to alarm and disturb the Suath has been said the words fitted to calm and reassure her yet remaia unspoken. When will tneeell-appointed delegations bav done magnifying tbeir office, and give tha new President opportunity to think and speak on th on topio of greatest imminence and of transcendent Importance "The task of reconstruction is, at beat, grav and difficult. It will tax th loftiest atatemnnship. To resettle tocioty in tbe South, on tb baait of freedom for all, it an The Rights of Pedestrians. A lady received a verdict of three thou sand dollar ia New York city on Monday last against a passenger railway company. She was endeavoring to cross a street at the usual intersection, in slippery weather, and fell down. Befor she could arise a passea ger railway car drawn by lour horses, came alonif, and ran over her. inflicting serious in juries. It wa a cause of fast driving.and at a piaoe wnere caution ougnt to nave beea ob served, the intersection of a etreet Accord ing to the testimony the brakemen of the car was not at his post, and the driver wae una ble to restrain tbe impetuosity of tb horses lb Judge charged the jury lhat th plaintiff muat show that she had txercised ordinary prudence in crossiug. A person could not bt allowed lo heedlessly attempt to eroas a street in the faca of danger, and then recover from a Railway Company in cat of failure At the same time it must b shown that tber wat due exercie of caution oo the part of the tervautt of the Railway Company. Tha jury took all th circumstances into consideration and th verdict named wa rendered. "My dear, coma in and go to bed," said the wife" of a jolly son of Erin, who bad just re turned from the fair in a decidedly how com you so state. "You must be dreadful tired, share with yoar long walk of six aiiles." "Ar rah, getaway wid yar content T said Pat; "it wasn't tb length of th way it all that fatigued me, 'two lb hrtadtk of it." ' i n ai i i si i 1 1 - - - - - .... a cuiio speaking oi nia nome to a friend wat asked, Vwher i your bom T' Looking with loving eye at his mother, k replied. " Whr mother isT" Wa ever a question aor truth fully or touoaingiy answered r Clothing. Clothing, Clothing! THE .LARGEST STOCK Off Cloths And O assimeres IN THE CITY OF DAYTON! . FINK K dt LKQLEIl, (Jlothing JIM, Xo. 307 Second Dayton,, Ohio, ar note Jteceiving a Large Supply of Spring ami Summer Ooode, . finmnrinlnv all llr.aaal P.lvl nt ni...l .l H.l ored lllothai Krenoh, fun y, and Plain Caasimeresi Silk, tsatm, Marseilles, and other Mew styles ol VeatinKH, for OtiMom orders. A oomplete line or rilUNISUINU UUODS. and lha l.rMt .n.f 11.., ' ' Stock Of JteuulyrMtule Cftothlno: To be found in sny House iu tbo City. Kiuka A Let ter are A nents for SINGER k CO.'S 8EWING MACHINES, The best Mnihine for alt praetteal purposes in the family, anulor shopi.ever inseuted and introduced in the oounlry. Money eaub inaje hyeallinc on June 7, 1804-tr KINK I A L KOI. DR.' U Dentistry. B. F. CosievoB. T. R. Wilttao. CONPTOH at WILLAltO, DENTIST 8 orr icu ooRNun of main and beciond UlTUsms IT BAN It Id IN HOUK. ALL oporntiona pvruiaia: to DoUlry oar-rull ml thorotiiil Hi(olea io. W Wuulii Will nMpfrriftl Attention o onr biItIbi nt It. ertinjr, ftrtiAoUl ttsth with 0ntlHnoia Uumi th a plui ultra of media mral deuti,r;. Alan, to our maiiunr of makinjf tha VuUtai.itti Work, which, In Horn lMwi, irjuch nupftrior to tha orinary (slack TealU. ' anamiaa attaolmiDt mib DE. T. J. ADAMS DENTIST, Oltiae, nt till ttoiir1ttc, No. OS Fonrth atroet, ooroer oi uouncn. WOULD rettppxrUullf inTorm tha oi titan a of lh( Tioimtjr, that Ire ia pre part? J to do All Kinds of Work lo hta jrofe.nloa. Tctb lttarnd on Vuloanila and Gold, and entrant 1 without paia. Atl work warrant an. I'artictiiar niieniioD paid to ninng .na cipaoamft teth RfMideno. Mo. U6, Oornar Fourth and Ooun eil alront (. , wilftT 4 OHIO O HE 1 15 F" REAPER WOBHS. ' Bai!5i3iS2-- Manufactory of Combined llcapcr and Mof r With WOOD'S BELf BAKEHaltaehed. w lion. TK Oder to Farmers a reliable Self Raker, one Ihsl uherrvt-r tesiad has given onlira aitiafiu!. We Warrant Oor Mat Ulnc to Cut Flax, And, as a Mower, claim that it is unsurpassed. . olippdh zsoto-vtLTjzm. Parlies wanting a No. 1 sins'e Mower, STKONO, COMPACT, and Rkl.IAHl.B should urehe-e ika "Clipper. M bend for a circular. BOMBKKl.ER, WIORT A CO., BlSdlwawSm No. S64 lillb atreei, Uitylon, Ohio. JOHN BETTELON, Wholesale Dealer In Foreign & Domestic Liquors! No. HS Third Street, DAYTON, OHIO: jEKPS ON at AND a Larg aad Assorted Quantity Bourbon, Eye, and Other Whiskies, BRANDY BIN, RUM BITTERS, AC. raAlao,aLarga Block ofWemrs.tw June it, Jim. rfA.ir r. GrMtMt Inhril (Mir GretM Irinl firadu tier rtlilubei! aar-rin.n- lart I lasiar imutm Sjf two "anBar s evutllajuns. YOUNQ MEN'S MEDICAL ADVISER. GKATUITOIT8 adrioa aHr in diMtUtaaof the nr vwua, aamiaal, an our;, aad aatuaj or if hoi, in ill rvporta of tha Watra M(icJ AvatMiuaiua, wiiKh sUaaeotbT mall ald DVlnH, rr of chartt Tha oraaniMiion (ortitd to siiespua nw aud n I labia IrtrAtutAtit.aad la oonipostad of tha !! kttoau Ptiystosana, to whuui all Uitra mui b riiraotsad. UU. JACktftt.N, H KRI4KKT A Co., itkSOJawAiB box iats, UiMtouaii, Ohio, UAAIIKL HtA tn, - P1ALSR IV . LEAP TOBACCO, MIABUtHUHa, OHIO, TTTlLLraoaiva LeafTobaoeo. Siiuim. n VV menu,, will luak- lilaral adrauoM, and pulTilt fall al'enliou lo aalae, aut.ieol lo bulders' oi dors lloldarawlio anlieiuala hiKher prioea oa alora .lib lima, and put oo Ibair llaiiw. 1111 mid eoe bun iooa wunttiAoii S4UM i wneabauM at ihe Had. road. tnUlOSui AtHTtSISflBATii,, .. I ID .... 1 OO .... t Ul .... S Ml .... T IS! ...IU IHI '..rr,,,,- . ,..k.nii orls,suliu)oaelBeerti One .iita ,rbre iHt ' """,i' tirie stiiii.ione v.iek......,,',")' n eiU.J-f uue munlh tine KIIIAI,'. tllrl 1. ' 'i' wr.r.Ki.T, One square, eighty words, one wei-k Pere.iire,esiJi vrerkin addition. II (10 Ml 13 I A ..-., ... .riinirnis i cu, in,k , pare or for s lonK.-r p.Tiod I l.nu above m, "li ,'f.?"w Woom. All ..I,,,';," ,,; I S ' I III I I ' d.n s.ie i in ni,. e nil 111 St l l)M . 1 1. ..J. Z . ' ,,HM "'"titeeeneriii.-nPM m,r",'IL"!.'J0,,,,''',,Vn- AHeeaual e i p""' ' . in auvan- - Professional Cards. TawIiIce; C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, I I A8 RBUMB TPIB PRACTICK OP LAW. Orrirs (Ibr llio preeent) Bl Ms residence, No.- lis rirel atreel. I 'nylon, I'hlo. ... y'"OT""",'"'A.M. lo tlireeP. M. IUvtus, p. Wovruiberlmh, isot. novlvtl VV I I . 1 1.'. K u 11 iji T xr'r t7 AlTOHNEY-AT-LAW, DiTTDN. OH 1.1 I OPFirR--No. sniiatn lr.et, marly opiwile the . Court House, ovur Ihe liry Uoodi. St.ir o( John S. Koseberry. . In7,l.ai Attorneys & Counselors at Law Y Uarusau'a Bnlldlnf, Third slreat, felodswlf BAVT0N, OHIO. JAMliS II. UAGQOTT, (Lata Prohnte Judge J . ATTOBNBV-AT-AW, OTTICIt second story Phillips' Huddine, corne r Hecond luiil slam streets, oi oslie ihe Kratiklin Uouso, 1 ajuin, Ohio. jatuaalni GmwMAlLunnTE. Attorney at Law, ' 'MAt'TOlV. 6lllO. BWOrPIOE On Main Slrret, nearly "opposite the Court House. June 7lh, ISM.) 1 dtl THOMAS O. LOW K, " ATTORNEY AT LAW, DAYTON. OHIO. w ILL Hive prom ' attention 10 all tl.ii.ci. 1 n trtislod lo his cale. Ulbce inOomian'a liuilding. Third street. aulyy 18G4 . FRESH GROCERIES ! ! PjlVKMT nitf dfrir.A pvni, frtali Groorhra, and J w would remind all pernoDa iDls?rvWt: to to uaaoaJI. O JK. XT IT 1 ID PRUITS , r rpflrhf a, Fluma, Ptrawl c rrfc ft, Qunirf. T c n atlilau kUtritc. aiiti i Li nit tl'.iUMi I: vt shcE AM) COVE OYSTERS ftlno.nti annortment of Jfllipn, Midd1r(oii Ham int Hhoiddt, Lampa ai.d tnal Oi: bupm bd.ma, Pickls, Spit'?, Kant y r-tmp-, Al- ; in lact t vi niMj( Chwra woul-l ttKjr kp ll. t ariit-k 1 1 tm Out that ao ha had. Conio or-, rti m I. mid mo what tte ran do. M'lMliifc.A UAli.lt, di'UtlHaSm ' Mninst., duirr h.ow Mmkt t. WORTHY ofThe 1 MCT K K TH t N T H; Y . Or, K. CUftWAl'l LINIMENTUM Kor tlt aprcdj and rflcotnaj are ol R H E U MAT IS M FN prprt ntiiiR thn Mninu mum to the puLli' i ( ii ot th laftHtttiid niofti t iirnttVf' nird'cii.t s ol the tiay, 1 ito not wir.li lo b uii(ierrU'tH, a cmilnuii' tt r it (lit power of i'i ittuniinji tuihi hp! ol ciircf . i i do t"uiii ihnt tor all lite pm po.- of a KAMlLV I.IMMLM,!! hasnua ial. ihe Liiiinieniuiii Ian WKYrn niM kom to fail Inauy cn of RhMimttiisni, n malipr ol l ow on ttiaDH.u-f, ul. re thadtrori tnnwer-ti-fn! f,Ui.t(t, mr, mill e.J, iu tlu- ol my , ict aao h t ahk h a riuuiMiiieud((i. If) I'Aurn til neUmlia. t fitTlfl n tha. t-urtr al.li. sr.l ohaat crairipKia ihn atoiuac , apntiiis, ki uki imin. tionauti wtfakuoti.'t.tdirui.to fortti.t u) iu,tMf,iiuMfd latst and handa, luolliachw, htiauaihc. Ac, it a-la liko a churii., Tii l.iDlnintum 1 1. the riilt of many )ar peiar- TfDIllI i-Xt?lllltfl.t.ftlt(t OttnaijIIlCf aUliillu Its. It Ob. ueiltjuuioa U ptuautottBt Tiitua of AN EX1HAOUOINAKY rENETUATIVK Whirh no other TJnlmtmt popaatt i, and which la the tretof the unparaile If d iucf,a vhit h rat-eta the Limit n turn h r vt r it :a uned. TRW IT OSCt, ASn ynn WILL XEVKIt h HJTHOVT IT. Tt fa put up in 25 cent. AO cnt nA 11 ttiu- ..tt, full dirvcuons lor uaataudatauurMciiirfd only ly I. r.vuftwAT, rra r, Kd. Third at., byu n, Ohio, ror aala by merohaota and diu.hiver )u rr. f 14d if n iiT iv 'v .i if m. Hevuud alret, Lailon. Onto. ji'ii c i:ain. i . AVII B. HOVKR, WM. Bl. JiU'PAKtl. ALL ioilehud lo Iheddfitm of John C CaiB. for merly ou 'J bird. Ireet. are rt ret ted lothll ae.l aeltle, and Ihure hasint t-iaiui. armn-l lha eld tirta are rru,ttclr,t to promt Ih. saiiH-for swynB' nl at the now HMM., Mot m and sal lt rr otiu stnei. feililu JOHN O. CAIN. New Wholesale Grocery. At Rneialj A Mrlnlyra's old stand, SIS Third street. . WOSABAS, BPIKI.HASI SV CO., Wholesale Grocers, ARR row opeiimc alaie and f2aanU aaorl.at of all kindn o( irwMTifd kiiukl.le h.r li ctam- nj i rw. taiara ar pact hilly UtXlrd to ait them aall. It-Sldawiy MlaTsstH Law It. Western Real Estate Agency L tew I B tk Kkl.ll, REAL ESTATE AGENTS WIMt a'tend to tha puha ard aala ml raal . tat in MtmiRnniery a d aiiuirttia cmiuiu'r, and Will llan MeBtiKiala. UvAnat na . aita.r. m....... Offli-a, northaaat uuiner Main aod 1 htrd' Ftreetn, loyton. Ohio. KtMntucr cm 'Jhird. UttfriiaaVsn Cincinnati TypeFoundry AND Printing Machine Works ! ! Onto aad Poaodrr, No t Vina street, above rith i ' Oinotunuti, Ohio. , ,, l ' ' CHABI.Ka W Kl.Ui. t.ur.lery. ADMINISTHATOR'8 NOTICE NOTirt Is hereby ,irrB Ibal I havo baB appoin ted A.lmioi.lrator of lha raial ol AnUtaw War o.i, lata ol Randolph lowaa) ls ktoolA-oaiary ooi.ulr Okio, devaaaad. ' ' I.ABKIN TOUNCB.