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I wet, tP'TaMe to Carrier).. i Midi, pt aOBUUl, IQ i.HtTJ . ..t so .. 7 no i u T WEEKLY i One onpy per Annum S3 00 "The K-tnas cireulstee free of postage id Mont gomery county. I'eyineiit m advance is allca.e-.-a JOB PRINTING. ' Of evnry dtcrtpt.on, executed on Htratu Presses t.h best style, end at roasmaUe prices. V. ; Kmplrt Building, IIO Main treat. SPECIAL A01V EMET. E. a H. T. ANTHONY 4 CO , ? manufactures or Photographic Materials, WHOLaiALS A. BITAIL 01 BROADWAY. M. V. In addition to our main biisloeNS of PHOTO URAPHIO MATERIALS wear Headquarters for 111 nilewing, Til: lUxU STEREOSCOPESASTEREOSCOPIC VIEWS Of these we have) in immense assortment. Including War Scenes, American and Voreiiin Cities, and Land e-.pe", (.roups, Slatoiry, etc, to. Also, hevolving Htereaoopee, for public or private exhib tion. Our Catalogue will ba "ml to any addraaa on receipt o Stamp. PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS. W were tie flr-l to Introduce these Into the United Statee, and wa manuractura loimanie quantitite in great variety, ranging in price Irom 60 oanta to 150 each. OurjlLBUMM hare 'the r-puiation of being auperior in beality and durability lo any othera. They will be aent by mail, FBKB, on reoeipt of price. tl&'rtV ALBUMI MAD TO ORDtRWt OAIID PHOTOGRAPHS. Our Catalotine now em' races over F1VITHOS4. AND different eubieota (to which additions araeoa atantly being mde) of Porlraite uf Eminent Ameri cans, etc., v atiout !) Major Oenerale, BOO Bng Generate, B76 Colonels, I-"0 Lieut. Colonels, 1 - 18 Nary Urnners, V Other Offloera, . MtlStatesm.n, 130 Divines, 1 ' 16 Authors, os Prominent Women, to Artiste, i'-ii?, . 1,000 Oopiel of Works of Art, ' winding reproductiona of the moat celebrated Kn graving, Painting, Statues, etc. Catalogue, sent on ranelnt of Htamn. An order for One Dots Picruasa Irom our Catalogue will be Itlled on the receipt of 11 80, and eeni ny man, rn.a. " Photo Tuphere and olhera ordering goode 0. O. . will please remit twenty Ore percent, of the amount with theirorder. aVTThe pricea and q altty f our eoodacannot rail lo aatialy. a7dew2m New Boot and Shoe and Hat and Oap Store. Mo. lit JefTaraoa, etreeti (Opposite the Market.) WILLIAM KEII.tt, WHO wm for a long time sugared with Bimon Goodman, and also with Sthwarr A Boain.Main street, haa opened n new Boot and shoe Etore at No. H8 Jeflereon street, opposite the Market, where be will take pleasure in eupplving hia oM customer, end rtends with the bant attiole of Boot, Bho- and (iai ra. One him a call. ma29jawltn DANIEL. WEAVER, - DEALER IB LEAF TOBACCO, HIAUUBUBtl, OHIO, WILL receive Leaf Tnhaceo. in store, on eoastgn menti, will mak liberal advances, and nut his full attention to Bales, subject to holdcre orders Bolder who anticipate higher prloea can store with Itan, and put on their tlmtte. Call and sea htm. OluVe at the Miami House; Warehouse at the Hail road. rnaH14.cn NOTICE TO THE TAX PAYEB8 OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, The books for the collection of the taxes for 1IM, dti June auth, 1H6S, sre now ready atth- Treasurer' Office, Coul House, Devtoa. The law imposes a Senalty on all taxes not paid on or before the 20th ot una next. Those who wish to aroid being detained in the payment ol taxes, can do ae by pajiug before tha rush commonest. JONA. KENNBV, Treasurer Montgomery County, Oklo. Aprlott. JOHNSTON & CO., DEALERS IN , BUILDING MATERIALS 146 WAT KB BT. BIT. PLUM CKM RAL. A VKUIC ClnelNBatlf Ohio It Ttfl rflMDotrtiI1vca1 ToarftttADllon to the follow. I Vy ins articlti whioii w ItMp ooastmitij on haud tLoiiiTHU Lime, LonlivlIU 0mnt, Newark Oal . (lorf Plaster. HanriUBkv tlaiGined Planter, tire Brick, V IT if f!lw. Pin Lath. tuiewAwt . Pniilur Tth. uail. Pniv ar Ltth.iplit, PlMtrera'Hair.FataiUOhimnarTopi, , riaio uuimuey i ppi. i Orders Respectfully Solicited. r maisaLw MES. C. DE81LVA, ! Clairvoyant, and Electric Phy sician, l I SO. Sl FlfTH STREET, NRAB JEFFERSON, ' DAVTON. OHIO. t rRa. DKSILTA. br her elalrrorant facultr. de - 5 LVX ecnbas character, end telle resulte of businoss .'Que rations. Bhe also, by her magnetie powera and -4lectnouy, and ner meaioai xnowteage, neaia ata r.tiui both reoent and chronic She also keeps on hand a supply of Madam De J lira's celebrated Pearl Drops lor oeauurying in) ruur. t.7d3m L Notice Extraordinary. HB onderaiened infbrme the ladies and nntle. '1 I men nl thi. vminitv that ha is raadv to enanufafl. ure, to order, wigs, and furniah ourla and wblekera . ? o all who may oeetre them. Hair dressed la the noet artielie style. He also gives lereona to any who 'ifish to team the ousineas. ma styles are tne rery l atest rarta laeniona. iwnn.it i rinir, ; MB8. O. KAHO, f fe23dlm Wo. HI Main street, corner of lixth. I NEW FIRM, f H4VB this dT a'aoeiaUd with me, to lhHona- t rurnfihiRtt, Ohtofca an 4 ueenewar toual- r wti.atitOiTriird tree I. Davton. Ohio. Mr. John B. ' Woorman. rnr former booltkeMir. Thn boMinexi i will oodUou la lUturn undwr tha atria of J. T. Wolf A :.'Uo. jmu. Te wuir, : r f Oaytoa, Maroh 186oma4dtf BOOT AND SHOE HAT AND CAP STORE m MO. 104 MAIM BTBBT. ' 3. F. LIITZ A 601 . J IJAVR lust received a large assortment ef BOOTH I II and iHOBH, HATS and OAFS, whieh (hey eaa 'warrant to be equal to any in the market, at pricea to uu ousiornera. i They also manulactara t order all kinds of 'Ladles Gents & Child rens Wear the bit itook and ft! raaaonabU price. i maldu ' $75 $150 i Agonta Wanted f TXO aa II Bawina ssll Bowing Machines. We will glva a commie. " 1 alon on all Machines sold, or employ agents who ; nil work for the above wages, and all eipeoses paid. Address, it. n. umu a.ir ivn uv., 1 mldeodst U.trc.lt, Miohlgan. IKMOTAt,. M. P Nolan's OrBcehs. been rn moved Irom Olegg's Building to Mam street tween Beoond and Third amela, ever M r. Roeeber. .sbtore. MWrT-anuoo VOL. II. giilii DAYTON, OHIO: MONDAY, MAY 8, 1865, NO 196 Dry Goods. GREAT SACRIFICE ON DRY GOODS! AT D E LAND'S, 74 AND 76 WEST FOURTH STREET. ELEGANT SILKS , AT A ' B A. R GP A I IT I ' '' . I . 1 ' . I I """"" ' 33 'A. C3r I aff m C L O A K S BLACK - CLOTH CLOAKS j - i AT $8. ( BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS i -AT ! . BLACK CLOTH! CLOAKS AT flSt AND MUCH FIN EH. LAR.OK AIIORTHBIT or PLAID BKA "W Xj S '.A LOW PRIOEBI SPLENDIU FRENCH DBfcSS GOOBSe! PLAIM 1BI8M POPLINS,) PLAID FRENCH POPLINS, ' PLAIN BMPKISt) CLOTHS, PLAID EMPRESS CLOT1S, FBBNOH MERINOS, ' ' BOMBAZINCt, BLACK AND COLORED LU8TEBB. COLORED AND WHIT1 BED BLANKETS MB, WHXTW Mt OR AT ' WOOL FLANNELS SHSETINOSJ BBIBTIHOB, ' ' ' BEB sntXAM, t TABLB UIIEIlt LABGK ASSORTMENT OF Undershirts, Under-drawera. .... I ; ... Hosiery & Gloves FOB 0BNT8, LAIlIXB, AKV CHILDItlft. Ladles . Cloaks and Shawls Children's Cloaks and Shawls Balmorals, rroop;skirtB, Corsets and So lis di:e l a n b' s; -iii- .'. . i..... i-. 74 AND 76 WEST FOURTH STKEB V, Mdlnj ' CINC:XNATI, OHIO, i Jiijttt. What Some People have Believed. The Aocieot Peraiani, believed in three gods, the greatest of which wag Ormnzzi.who j . ., . . ' . mnus a period man wnn a f tant bead An infinits diitreu caused hii monitroni head to buret with terrible aneuish. when out stennerl beautiful woman, ih head ihrank to a natnral ilia, and they becama the first man and wife. The Greeks also believed the beautiful Minerva spransr from the head nf Jupiter. The ancient Hindoos believed a mnnatrrma serpent coiled upon the ocean. On him Visbu slept for long- a?sa in inactivity and and died. Out of his departing life brameh arose, wno created man bj tne simple act of wishing. The ancient Syrians believed somewhere in their countrf was a beantiful garden Into which Qod came one night and gathered particles of all kinds of dust, with which to make a man. He, fashioned him after his own image. When sufficiently dry to be hand led without defaoing,he placed himself mouth to mouth, bauds to hands,and feet, to feet and imparted life to the image. Sleep had posses sion of the man. The god drew a glittering v,u iiuiu uia giruio, mm, wnn inunue quick ness, took a bone (of the two hundred and forty-eight bones) Irom near the heart, and placing the requisite female dependencies around it, gave it to the man to become bis wile. The AzUcs believed that a nrincesa. hainir offended at her husband, obtained leave of Deity to depart from i'aradtse on condition that she would go to earth and populate it. She started on her long and perilous journey. When once in sight of earth, she drew from her girdle a knife glittering with diamonds, and burled it against the pla et, breaking it into twelve pieces, which immediately re solved themselves into six knights and six princesses, from which sprang six races of man. The ancient Egyptians believed two rods descended from the snn and alighted on the flowery banks of a beautiful lake on a pleas ant morning, and planted the germ of a loiws plant, eacu Kissing it on opposite sides. The plant grew and ripened its fruit. The legu mes burst, and a beautiful man and woman, like the ripe corn from the husks, stepped forth in spontaneous marriage. The Asiatics, of Egyptian descent, believed in the center of a watery Universe existed of the Divine Power, which slowly and silently, for ages, collected a transparent shell about him in which he slept. On awakening-, bv his own energies, he burst the shell and arose to the surface, an immense turtle, cov ering millions of acre. He again burst his shell, the fragments of which became earth, mou mains ana rocis. Anegianl came Irom the mountains and slept beside a placid lake. From his head sprang a noble race of thinkers. From bis long arms, stretched by his side, a race ot workers. From bis legs, a race of travelers, and from his fingers and toes, the lowest race of all. Exterminations. The Abolitionists extremists are blatant for the exterminatioa of tha Southern nennla. and a large majority of them would gladly see a war 01 extermination waged against the Democrats of the North. In localities where Democrat are in the minority, they have to submit to all kinds of abuse, and are frequent ly maltreated for their political opinions. A great number have recently been beaten, im prisoned and killed for do other offense than speaking of the assassination of Mr. Lincoln differently from what Abolitionists would have them da At Indianapolis, led , five men suspected of being "rebel sympathizers" and supposed to be pleased with the death of the President, were seized by a mob and hung. A man wa shot dead in Teledo for merely saying that Lincoln bad caused the death of a good men as himself. Several were beaten almost to death In Cleveland for like offenses, and these are not a tithe of tbe outrages perpetrated, ner baa the least attempt been made to bring to punishment any of those engaged. There is hardly a day that threats do not come down tbe railroad against the neonle of this eon pty from tbe Abolition outlaw ef the Western Reserve, and there are people in this town who Bra constantly urging them on to commit ontrages and murder npon our citiaens. 'we know 01 many tnatanoes wbica we do not at present think proper to publish. Holmes ia perhaps the only cosnty in Ohio where for the last four years no Democrat has been seriously maltreated for opinion sake.. Yet it is well known that many threats and some attempt have been made. Our people nave been blessed with personal seen ritr. and their property basbeeaaaved from mob violence and thieves by leading Demo crats, in this place, and throughout the coun ty, boldly demanding ear right at the com mencement of Abolition rule and firmly main iaiuing them during the last four years. Whenever onr leading Democrat cease to do this, thelmasse may expect to be subjected to all Banner of outrage Holmct Co. farmer. . . Poor Brought He ate of Bepublican dirt to tbe full extent or nia enormous capacity, and yet the party is bound to slaughter him. From tbe army there come a unanimous voice against him from tb National Qaurds he will get nothing but condemnation and in fact be seems quite destitute of friends from any quarter. Poor Brought He sold himself lor a small price, and nis purchasers eviden tly thiok they were badly cheated at that! Toltao Jtecora, The Mormons are nutting an a privatelline of telegraph in Ulah,at a cost of 1200 a mile, in gold- i A thorough examination of at! tha depart ment of Bote priating and oorreoey bureaua of the Treasury ha been instituted by Secre tary MofJullocb, Important Murder Trial in Carlisle. llsle. Carlisle Democrat bas tbe following account of the proceedings in an important murder trial just closed before the court of that place . Uowe.rd Rupert. Lewis Rupert and Hoorv Rupert were put upon trial in tbe Court of Oyer and Terminer of that county, on Taes dy, the 16th inst , for the murder of W. Vsn asdlen, at Centerville, on the 31st nf Decern-1 ber last. Vanaidlen was a deserter from tha i army and the Rup-rls attempted to arrest him, and while doing so Howard Hupsrt shot bim, causing his death in less than an hour afterwards. The facts as proved on the tri al are about as follows : Sometime in the fall the Ruperts declared that as soon as they got through with their work they would "attond" to Vacasdlen; that some time previous How ard had also declared that if V. did Dot bosk hi (Ruperts) com he should never hnsk for any other person, Ac On the 31 at of December, they came to Cenerville, where Vanasdlen lived, and where a large number of persons were assembled at ths hotel among them the deoeased, and when he left for his own house, one of the Ruports placed his hand upon Vanasdlen's shoulder and said "you are my prisoner " . Vanesdlen replied "L .,,?" !.,.. ii n ... ..HpVt.BII.nO.au, .OliyUU RIO when V. jerked himself loose and walked off. When he was about ten yards off Howard Ru pert called upon him to slop and almost in stantly fired his pistol, the ball entering near ine spinal column and coming out at tbe point of the breast bone. Tbey then took him to his bouse and insisted on takipg bim to Carlisle, whilst he was in the agonies of death, Howard having previously declared mat ns woma deliver bim at the frovoat Marshal's office "dead or alive." After bis deatb, the same day, Howard having previ ously declared tnat "Vanasdlen was dead, Q dd n him, as he ought to be," and simi lar expressions, tending to show malice. The defendants attempted to justify the killing by showing that ha was a deserter, and that Colonel Henderson had requested them to arrest him, and Mr. Early, a detective con nected with the Provost Marshal's office, had told them that if he attempted to escape irom them they should shoot him down. Tbe trial occupied three days, and after a full and impartial charge from Judgo Gra ham, the jury retired on Thursday evening to deliberate, and returned on Fridav morn. ing with a verdict of murder in tbe first de gree against Howard Rupert, and murder in the second degree against Lewis Rupert end Henry Rupert The defendants were then remanded to prison to await their sentence. NEW STOVE STORE. IOIEB fleMASTER. MANUFACTURERS OP POOK STOVES, WOOD, COAL, AND SHEET V in-"n ritLiuivs, nuA, Anu ruiiliKKHTOVKS, HOLLOWAHE, 8UUAR KETILF.S. Ac, Ac. Catting of everv deacriDtion made to nn1r War-room No. is 'eflerson etreet, opposite the Foundry on Bayard etreet, near Ludlow, Dayton, w,,lw- - .. pvt.se noatABi n,a. novlT'dAwtf NEW J? I R M. mHE undersigned have entered into pertnership, I under the firm nsme of Cam, Boyer a Hlppard, dralera In Foreign and Lome.tiu Notions, Hosiery, Olovae, and Fancy Goods, at Nos. 289 and Ml, East Dwoaa i i, vmjmjo, unto. JOHN 0. CAIN. DAVID K. HOTER, WM. M. BirPAHU. ALL Indebted to the eld Arm of John O. Cain. for. J marly on 1 bird etreet, are expected lo call aud settle, and those having claims agsin-t the old firm are requested to preet-nt the same for payment at the new nouse, n. xov ana vvi jLaei necnnii street, felldawlui JOUN U. CAIN B. O'Bsisa. M. O'Kaiia. B. O'BMIBBJ at BROTHER, WHOLESALE GROCERS Cigars, Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Sootch Whisky, AMD DSAtlSS IK Domestic Wlnet and Liquor. A Lao, Igeiti for Gale or Pore Boorboa Whisky, MO. J01 SKCOND STREET, DAYTON, 0. All Liquor Guarantied free from Dmgt II O'HRIBN A BROTHER have on hand a tne 'j9 eelectlon of Groceries, Wioes, Liquore, and Ot. 6 are, which they will sell lo the puhlio aa low as any ouite in Dayton. No eflorto on their part will be neglected to render entire eatisfaotioa to ell thone who go to their House, Sul Beoond slreeti They will keep Fish of all kinds. fcwdaw New Wholesale Grocery. At Keel sly A Mclnlyre's old stand, SIS Third street. WOOAIAI, IPIELBAS at CO., Wholesale Grocers, ABB sow opening a large and general assortment of all kmda of Orocenae .uilalile for tlie coun try trade. Dealer, are reauectfully invited lo give them a call. leSldawTy ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. 'OTICS i. hereby given lhat I have been appofnt i ad itdminiairatorof lbee.uk of Jan. Margaret Oaas, late of Montgomery county, Ohio, dere.n.d. attwl WlMPKLlkf BOHILoAMBK. WILLIAM FOLEY'S ESTATE N0TICB ie hereby given thai lh euhaenber haa been appointed and onaliAed ae Administrator oi tha enlate of William Foley, late of Montgomery ootinly, Ohio, deceased. Dated at Union. Montgomery county, Okie, this eWwJ DBNN1B DWYEB. PHILIP SLIFER'S ESTATE. NOTICB ie hereby given, that the subscribers were on the th day ol March leoS, epuointed nd qu.liltHt eet-iecutore on the e.tal of Philip Shf er's 0 M oaigomery County Ohio, d ceased. JOJKPII RAWVEHMALSV anwl JOUM FULS. . ,, . Dentistry. DENTAL CARD DR. K. CONWAY, WOULD reepsutiullf Inform the cillsensof Day t..uttmt he will insert whole acts -f teeth ud- fit and lows-, on Vulcanised hohlier, in the most inprovn-l end bffAillilill style the material will admil of for the sum ol 40, using the be.t material anil warrsntiiui his work t. mve due eati. taction. Those who wiwn to have teethlnserted on Rubber would do well to oall at his ottioe No. 33 Thltd street, where they can he accommodated with any material or any style of tenth they may desire. JalodawSm S. F, Coarroa. ?. R. Wiuaan. COSlPTOlf 4k. MTILLARO, DENTIST 8 OPriOK OORMKR OF MAIN AND "KCOND Ul-rub 11 Hi rBAKKLIN HOUSE. Lb operations pertaining to Dentistry oerofull ami i-nuruuKniy eiienoea to. e would call enpecial attention o our stvle nf In. sorting artificial teeth with Contlwaone Uama as the ne plua ultra of mechanical dentisiry. Also, to ur manner of making the Vulcanite Work, which, in some cases, r much superior to the orinary Hleok Teeth. eaamiae specimen nut DR. T. J. ADAMS DENTIST, Offloe, al hit reaideoce, No. 06 Fourth itroet, corner t or Uounoil. WUULD respectfully Inform tha oitliena of this v v Timn.ijr, mat ne is prepared to do All Kinds of Work to hlnprofaMion. Tepth tnserned on Vulcanite and Uold, and eitrant-l without pmo. All work warrant ad. Fai-tioular attention paid to filling nd cleansing kCTwi, noamauv, ii v. in, uuruir f OUriD RDO DflUQ' enure! OHIO CHIEF" REAPER WORKS m wakiaSlia ZaCsa.xxuLCca-otory' of Combined Reaper and Mower With WOOD'S BELT RAKBRettaehed, , WB Oder to Farmers a reliable Self Raker, one that wherever tested has given entire e.tlslao- llon. We Warrant Oar If aeklne to Cut Flax, And, as a Mower, claim lhat it Is unsurpassed. OXjljEaESBrt. MOWBn. Parties wanting a No. I single Mower. HTltONO COMPACT, and KELIAHLE should urcha.e the .iiyfm. dcju lor n circular. BOMBRHOBR, WIGHT A 00., aisd!waw2m No. 3M filth street, liaytoa. Ohio. Imperial Austrian Money Dis- . A .B I a inoauon. OP TfTK UTATV MAW fV Ttrm w 1 1 - juu t aetn too. THIS Loan of Forty MiNiom of Tlnrlnii, la to bo reiatd in Prills amountitiBr in iai uhx istm irinnv,. w'llch are KUftnuitred by tlie Imperial ant Royal Government. , ' rnjaoas: 80 prises of..... M 2M.0CO Florin lO .-U. 60 " ..HtJO.OoO 1 " 160,000 W 44 -M.. M....M WI.OUO m " r-..--.....-M.-.......-s. 25.0U0 a' " W ,...t...rt be 16 000 171. . .. ID iat Us sa Drawings : 1st Jane, 1st September, 1st ' avvi- uiifi;i j i3viEjii.riu4- itna eeparate urawmg : Ooo 8httrel0iwliars.il haras 100 Do liar. 120 Share I Aftft I Ij-illairan iiinaea. n. .t, I - i it-:., j ... Notes, Drafts or Hills ofBzoltanKeon Kurort. aewHiiiHUt ni W UTS sjlUf) raiarag( lllefe), Arrsnxrments have been made thst tha Prise- will m remitted d rtf ui th Whin.. it,., k ..' caHhed at Mew Kork ' ' Applyto Mr. FREDERICK 8INTZ, Bunker and Finanoiil Affrnt In raiairoaT, It aim, nr lelWrs ad- , t . is wMfv, a.uouoo, will be at P.m. Prospsolus can be inspected at the Offloe of this miner. LeUer to be dfrer-ted "per steamer, Tie Lirer r'-1' -i"sa oiiuui, oaiitu. m T raoaionoQ the-Haioe. Itfmtttaoces whloh arrive after tne dev of drawing, willb rrturned or Invested in the Dcjxt DrewirieT. al thai nnilni nriha, SUA,.. WmawtmU. Cnatnt leiital Cutsiv tw hebeM! ifteen-V lern letter pagM for two out .uinps. YOUNO MEN'S MEDICAL ADVISER. 1 RATUlTOrm advice elven lndl...u.nr ,... VJT vans, aemlnal, urinary, and aesnat organs, In ike reporte of tlie Wealern Medical Aaeocuuioa, which are sent bv mail in aeelwd envelope., free of charge. The organisation was formed lodieitanae new and reliable treMmenl.aad ie composed oftke well known .uy.iwian.,io wnom an talkers must be directed, DBS. JACKSON, H KKHKRT A CO., jaiodawSm Boi las, Otacianaa.ckki, Greatlmprovemcnt InBeehlTes Ahead of KrerrthlB; of the KIb4 that bas yet area rateated. A SURE PREVENTIVE ASAINST MOTH. VN receipt of one dillar a a router eoalaiarng a ine v ' -.'-' u. wi hi iiut vinM-iioos win lie lorwarded. which enabJe you lo construct thi. hi, tna ditai,u wluuever ia the mechaaiem) er to attack the Siturae to any other hi re. The eommon box hive Sled la .ma w.y wouiu, in my nunibl. ju dguienl, ue ran derail Au-snpenor lo an of Ilia two hundred and iweniy-nrehivea lhat hare keen patented nine Urn vuraiug oi ma raieai umce ia ism. Beee delight lo work la these hues 4,600 REWARD To anv mmm .k. will Mwu,-. . . m veoUve eg.in.l the bee moth, to aay nothing oFtte greet e.nipliclty and cheapo... or. r all other., Ike abova reward will be giveo. Jhie adrerUeeroeui will appear In tkis paper hut ..... v. n,, .aiuaue tnvenuoo by ordering al oaoe, ee it loewairiueiv worth u anv peieon eagaged ! lb bee kuaiaese. (nor Ifaaa twenty.hve tinaes the price asked for ll. All orders should be addreeaed lo BHT AM TYSON, Bor S3 Washington C lly, I). 0. "n1"-' f - " ' Presld.nt Oolumhln Qollege; - " wwTTeioing Bet rotary ikilo- 'Mlon Bociely: Hen. Cliarles Niwo, fra.ideul Af ti ah HsilSaiaieil ri...i i aw . aw . svwisiwinrMT S4IWIII. WVrfleM, WavAthlnarlB U.tsr. D fi ' AUTJCHT1MIIO HATBS. IN DAILT. One tqtjareelf hv wrr4Mflid) oacineertien.f 4M One square. three daye... .rt,,ra,.,,t m 00 One square, one weeit ..........., 1 60 One square, on month , 9 40 Od square, thrwe Oionths.........w t 00 One SHuar ti sii months ........,......,.wa...,.lO 00 IN WEKKLTe One sqnara.eichty words, one weekH..M.M.HH..l 00 Per square, each week in addition..... 60 Per -Miliar, one year 00 "Terms lor advertisements cocni yies aarteatei space. or for a longer period than above specitted.made known at the Counting Room All adverusementeare 0 (sum! at theatioveratns.unlessa written sgrennent is mftde previon. to insertion. All casual advertise menu must he paid for In ad fame. Professional Cards. LAW NOTICE. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, H AS RESUMED THE PRA0T1CB OF LAW. Urrtca Ifor the nre.anll it hi, ..km First street, liay ton, Ohio. ' ' vrrtos novas irom is A. M. to three P. M. DarTon, O. November 12th, ls4. novlstt WIl.Mli'.P i-r vttv.T vir v l.- ATTORNB-V--AT-Li.W, OATTOH. OHIO. QPFIOE No. SO Main Slnet, nearly opposite tbe Uourt House, over the Iiry Ooou. Store ol John s. Koseberry. felTdawSm OULIN lib OAH1LL, Attorneys & Counselors at Law Uormaa'a Blldlai(, Tttlrd alreet, fellldawlf DAYTON, OOIO. JAMES H. BAOQOTT, (Late Probate Judge,) ATTORNEY-AT-LA-W. OFriOB-seoond stery Phillip.' Building, corner Second end Mem streets, opposite ibVpranblin Bouse, liayton. Ohio. JaaoawlBi GEO. W.MALAMBIIE. Attorney at Law, DAYTON. OHIO. SW-orFICK-On Main Street, nearly opposite tha Court House. (June 71h. ISM.) Vr dtl WUttTUt of the AlNKTKKAIUrjinKT. Or, B. COISWAV'B LINIMENTUM For tha speedy and oflectual car of R H E XX M A T IS M JN presentiiig tha Llnimentum to the public ss one 01 the best and most ouratveniediciDesorthedav. dO DDtWiHfllalk.Unitralinrl..nl.,H...- ... i. . ' 1.1WU111111 sjr i tiia Ph W.r or.Pe'fornnnr unbean- of cureu, ut I do clsim has no equal, i he Linimenaum has KEVER BEEN KNOWN to FAIL In any case of Rheumatism, no metier o huw Ion. --- , : nviwv.i.iuiiy lonoweu, nor, indeed, in the case or any uisease for nhlch ll is recommended. In case, of neuralgia, pains in the back, side, and obeet cramue in the etomaoi , spraina, spiral inlia- - -- - -- "- w,.i,uiiib, k, ae, irosled feet and handa. loothanh. h. ......... .' '. . " a charm. Tne l.iDlmentum lathe reeultofmany yearaners. vering eipeiitneul,and eombinee among iu rare ei oeileocies the paramount virtues of AN EXTRAORDINARY PENETRATIVE POWER, Vhmhiinnlh.,M-iM..i. ... . . .... , , . " . puMw.saa, ana wnicnis the eecretof the unparalleled euoceea which meets tne try it onc,Ato yon wai JfsrBM et W1TBOVT IT. ft I. Illlt MR ill .A AM - .... . . .. . - - - , - - ".mi .on oolites, wita full directions lor use, and maaufcctur.d only br . Dr.i. -.ONWaY, Pro', , . i ntra el., Ueylon, Ohio. hMdTy ln,r,h,""l druggists every when. J- B. UlL.Uk.ttT AA lit,. Wholesale deaiere la Foraign and Dom.itl. Groceries and Liquors, NOS. 7 AND 7S JEfFKRSON STREET, OPPOSITE Mill ouuaA, fajs tnaa aswis. JABS. klLXV. Western Heal Estate Agency LlCWla KELLY, REAL ESTATE AGENTS V'1iil.,'"ud 10 P'"chM. ud ..I. of rest ee. .- ,r : -"'--ui.17 .,. aojoiniug counu.s snd will .1.0 negotiate loans on .af e.lata seourilv (imoe, northeast corner ol M.ln and Third .treeta Dayton, Ohw. gclt.no. on Third. hiMawtai Cincinnati TypeFoundry AND Printlnir Machine Unrts'! Ode and Foundry, No. tot Via. street, abova Fltfa Ulnolnnati, Ohio. CHABLE9 WBLL8, SecreUry. 1804 1864 GE0CEEIE3 ! t FRESH EV-B.T"T di'T Kao6- "-"hOroeerlee, ann ua a ei" " ikureatatf tog,,. O -A. IvJ" 33 3D PTtTTT-nn Western Pearhee, Plume, Slrawbamea, Qulnoea. Tomato... Hlu.Lh.n.. -... ... T v?.'"'?" ' . .u, ..uvrnes, ineaweksv. SPICE A.D COVK OYSTER V also. na a.sorlment ef Mim. Middlelown Rams snd Shouliier.. Lam u. ami 1-...I .i u....u . ... - that the markote .fiord thai is desirable. ToTobiccJ - mmj we aeep inarjo.l article nA . Cut thai can be had. 'com. cm.7, u.isuawsm Maine... s doonMn. ii...li . - .--. . i.iin.. alia I LEGAL NOTICE SWRnnderelgned. Samuel VTIBieaiaon. we. onika 17lh d.y J March. duly aed annual ed ee Admioietrator an the eetatl lt..n AST. uameou, late ol Mo.lgomery couaty . Ohio, dee'eaeed n.. .. 18k0';''uAMsoNr, "11V0KCK K0T1CR" Utckael Pro mm j- Monlgomery Commoa Flaaa. Oatberin. Fro mm. mU K aabnaMI Mil i.l. ..... ... I ... .7 v . i.u J ae, new tnat oa ina isib a a.r.i ia 1.7. Z, . r -"-"7 vwa-jiii,B rift. asaing wr jgj -- "n h. awr. H iai ,B. wrsi, alw HOUK MaMABOB, Attoneys. ROAD NOTICF. N"Pmi'f bZI rl,a aetilio. will be pr " i uvi.ni Miuoer. at Mont gomery Uouaty, Ohio, prayiaglur tne leeatioaef a County Koad in a.hingi. a lown.hm, k.g7.ninl abeul two mile, acuta ol Ceaterville oa the Tavto! aad Lebanoe Turupite roa I, and runaing .ail about two and a hslfmilee to the Oreea County II... tofun oa or near the line, of J. A. Welkin., . A I-.! Tkoma. HatS.id. ,ad jhe he,,, ol j. g. Befe-ma, j. Hvu,7 wwr, n.ery .impscn, Joan P. Hears aad Joerph Tuoma., Is ike Oreea Ooualv hue to be located oa, er Bear Ike eeoeioe kaa. The vJu ea will be ptwMM e. tL, a. Mo.7.y la Juli" - ' i.iiiiua a aa.