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viMr t.i I'vn rl i ..I im. i n n I 4 m) I i'l 7 1KJ tn.,t. . " ft'y ' ' rmum 13 tf lint,'- tri'- ol POfMctr m M'-tit- irnr y ivry. rayrhmt irirttvnm t in mien. . wit iJOB JPrtX.TSTTIITO-. every .l ntiort. ..-, on nnrii Pre, hi febe. aiyt-, m I nt r'iinabl prtne-. 'Umpire lluili)iu, IH lln.u vtreet. i xr prions (IK DRY GOODS. . JOHN W.DARSr, ( 'ninaa 1'emaft'n old .tand,) rncf ol' S,'C)ii(l nml .lefi'ersoii utrcctn, pfcALEK IM irintB, Marlmit I'.iwii. leaclisd cottons, , M.-irlcod Down. rown Sheetings, Mftrtead Down. tress Goods, Marked Down. rnoim wUMna to uiirchan Pry Good, wdl find Si a rar ' chance fur r o n. t XI X- a 1 ax m CARPETING, LOOR OIL CLOTHS, OAllPET OHAINS, im'27riein Ae., 4c e. isPErill. AHOiWEMWT. JS. & n. T. ANTHONY & CO., UNUVAOrl'REJ op motographic Materials, P WR')LIUU AND fcCTAIL (Hit nHOADWAT. N. V. KMitio i ti our nrnin bndie of I'lIOro- PHltJ H riiR'ALS. onn Hw.aiinrtjra for the IwtPK, tin. REOSCriPSA.STREQSCaPIC VIEWS wo (nvn Mn imrn'n nmnrtrnent, tn I'ldrnij , Seen"-. Amrian Atiri Kop'WH (M'm, and Land i.i i n p. Si rt 'i 1 ry , to , eb A'n, ltMrl vmsf roi4. ii.r pMbli cr p rival exhibit on Our locrua will ho H-nt tt anv addreiitoi) roiijt o i?0ioToftnAi2iic amu sis. j-., I 'i . fl tn int. A lit... Ik.kn.lr. ti. TTnltnv , an t manu'uflure IrnnidnHe Utin',itiit tn Ot variety. rimr-ntT n tiriea tro'ti ftO cnl to JM tnir ANHi'M- n'Tr rpmauon nr n"in -ior m h Mtity an I dirVuliiy o any otem. They uG sent iy inil, KKK B, tn ncdpi of pricn. SkaT'KivK amittms made to oixder! OAUO PFTOTOGliAPHH. r Oftfiilo 'tit n w em raH nyr KIVBTIIOIJ1 ' Hiilirt'iit iihit ! (l- whih u Mil onm are ison- tlyheinff ti)ln)uf portraits uf Kinineot Aman- . to , y i : bijoui ivy (MlitArt, vi.vt othw Ollicori, , nthorw, f'O ProtniuDt Women, i-tit, lft , a.(MK Cnnmi of Work of Art. UiH rprluilion of Ihn rnot cel'hrt4 Ki ug4, t'!) ntiQa, HUturti, fto CaiHlnKue" nnt on i or yiunrt. An or .ir ior (.inn iioskn rirriBKM , ami hpiii uy n wii, rum. to r ipHriand nl Intra ordering gnoiis 0. O. I. m mi twaty Hve per fut. of the amount i hironJttr. ff"Ph prl :e and q "fclity f our poodnotnnof fill II 13 ID U3 3 T ! ST !' HNRKItOKn A CJO. 5. firKRNHKIKJRU, (fo'morl, d"lnilhulnpin IP H)IM W, (f'nnrly 'tointi hu'lni. uni wi ' iriiO havttfi rmud a eoarlnrrahip. unil are r- IG AM) S1'LEM)!D STOCK :1 ?inv sunn flinnrnivm AT No. J3d ThirA Ktrt, wten the Potitotl oe and First National Bar.k. hre diily reoeiviuathe beat quality of Faiiiou t prliig atlci Summer Udy Made Clothing I ' ntilu 1,'iit.tilutilnflp IJumlc ems' Furnishing Goods, 4c fercliant Tailoring ' ! Goo la will be madt up to order in I he TISST STYLES a On fchort notice, an J fit H A N T AC U 8ATISFACTOHV Sitic.nl. r attention paid to Custom Work." Lro r -p i red to i"!! odri ''own at Hold ricea, ;iu-trrd pert'ent loAur tli:m three lou(tiavo. weiamineoiir giio. W'w will Ot bu feZL'elled y h uitt i a the t ily, r- a nutnli r ol ytr-B iK. Ht-piWrur hatd JnKm-,l in lh I'.m'liaraaf I.KAIT TOHACCU, .rttit Miami Vallyn't they will rnnllll'lA to Ihe arlii'lunt tli. ''ifAf.f ma kct ;infd. iirow I iuvituit to i.'all hi tliir (:iiih iik itnim., t.u. wo t-t tM, l-t w mi thf Po-(u;h-. an J I he Kii.l Na-t-lai... an tHry otlr y u inilurttiieol k to Mvllur., Oin H'l'KKAHHHUEK I U IOT AND SHOE T AND CAP STORE NO.ltii MAIN 8TUKKT. J.F.USTZXibUX K jut revive I a larue tporlinent of HOOTH ltH KM, IU TH and !AlM, which tb-y eiui to iw ptjuai io auy in inn utarkei, hi prj.'M iu orner. I two manufacture to order all kind of cs Gents & Chlldrrns Wear 1 it ttookand at reasonable price. 1 gill fife i j 1 - VOL. II. DAYTON, OHIO: SATURDAY, JUNE 3. 1865. NO- 218. Railroads. Monday Morning, May 8, THE ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY WILL comni'rm Uuntiing one Throng i T ain b twAU Cincinnnti nnd tlia EAGTEBN CITIES, Ph or thraugh the celebrated Oil KrElons of Pennfiylvanla. Leive Diyton At 10:4ft ft m. Arrive Mtt p in. The RnpinM, Ohm, and nthr tiipment of this Line, Are entirely new, of th moit modern, euhpitan (! mil (irored den -riptions. uaqult by toy Hailwuy on Ltils Continent. TH flOUOH TIOKRTfl via this new nd importmnt Ro'its otn be procur d at the I' pot of the ). H, A ' . K ulwy, And At ell the principal Ticitet uftlcee Id the country. rugigo check 'd through. I). M.'LAUKN, Qon'l SupnrlntendeDL K. F. FUt.mn, Onn'l Tiuket Agent, ml) Dayton, Xenia and Columbus Railroad. CUAXQB Of TIME. TllKtl DAILY TRAINS KAST, VIA OOLUMBUB. nrowjh Trainufro n Dnylon to all Eutdrn CUiM. rnnHKR PAII.Y RAHT, IftRTtn Pmyloti L for tn Kii.i a. follow.: Wail, lltftft a M. Co lumhu. Acu,nimod.tion,ti:00 r. M. Niulit Kxpraaa, 7:5H 4 M ARKIVIN9 AT rHYTN.NithtKprM, 8i06 A. M (lolnmi'ii Afiminsdfttion, 9;'i0 A. M. liarton kxntvai. 8 IK) H. M. TrA ni rim hy Uulitnl!is time, irhii'h la iotou nun uti t":i(r thai UiivtoT tim . riir.mh no iM nn tit. ha 1 fur all RanlArn CMe by oa'li. oa S'nul IV. Kiai(.Tiekt Aaeut. X W. H001'U,4nr,Hui't, mil (JinoinnAtl, fhto. SHIRT MANUFACTORY GESTV HiaiSlUXti STORE. UAMMl C. M'CUACKKV, NO. wEjiP FOURTH STHttKT, Soutli betweon Mti n nn t Wnlmit, opposite the ereop'ewith go'd hantlit. CJiricilunHtit Ohtu. (JII'IZtiNd AND STllANGlUtH omutotn or puiuoBi.N(j Hr.'rcKiun SHIRTS! COLLARS, CRAVATS, Tics, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, 1 1 O S I K n V , a t o . Ar mrltu I to call an above. Keiutmlier Ht itir r.jit.tra MrRricr, 1it;o f.ri!n MAitni.,'5 ddlUT on lldewatk. blilra .lt) to Order by Mrsiure mout YA R IU IV T li It TO FIT Paper PatternsNeatly Out tj iMB aiih aiaM proflta i. our motto. A WO, Pron'r of Xew York laundry. 0 YES! 0 YES! rpTTR nnH.ral.ne. U a duly llr.nad Aunloavr w -nroirKom'Tyooniiiy, an.l will orysalea, a. OPn art hi. oorTinea, may h In il.maafl. Prmm. who hive not inltit out li .aa., will be at- N. M. Vwub-nn. !'.n.l onth-Mat nfMIAMIP HIIRO. (Ir.lrrle I w 111 ItlllM klnaU li .MllllU CLAY. Mianiiatuir ou Uin atr.l. wil ti altnld to. UOl. UKUHQE HiaHll. artgtO-wlwof BEAUTIFUL LINES. (The following Hoe were written hy Tjrone Powert the famotifl Irish oomedlen, who penfhed on the tearaer Prendent. They werolnreiibek on the null of the "Old Blidford Church," neer Peterthnrg, Vlr glDia, l i which olty Power bftd no engtigement : Thou e crumbling to the duet, old pile! 1 hou nrt h 'Mtening to the (ell j And round thee in thy lonelinene, C linen the ivy to the well i The or 'h'ppf r ere ioe(Utrd now, Who knelt before thy ehnne ; Andedence reign where en them roo. In dyof "Auld Lftugbyne." And eedly "ighe the wandering wind, Where oft iu yonri gone by, Prever rote from m m hetrta to Him, The MiKhentorthe High. The trump of meny buhy foot TMet nought thy emh-B ( o'er. And rreny a wenry htart around, Ik id II fore Term ore. bow doth ainbftlon'a bone take wtngn I Uowdr op the spirit now t We hear the distant eity'a din t Tiie tJeed nre mute below : The nun thit'i thone upon their paths Now glide thflir lonely graven, The aphyrA w hich once f nned their browa The grant above them wave. Oh t could we oal the many buck, Who've gethered here in vnitt Who've cure let-it roved, wher te do now, Who'll never meet again I How ahould our very htart it lie stirred, To meet the eat I teal gate Ol the levely and he tiemitilu'. Th'j lighu of other Uayal The Barber's Ghost. A ffeullenmn traveling in one of the East ern Staler, io ma. ynars a?o, calledt tav ern and requested eotertaiumeut for the uigbt The landlord informed him that it wet out of hie power to accommodate him, aa his house was already full. He peraitted. ui hitneolf and borne were already exhausted with trav eling. After much luIicHatiou, the landlord con sen ltd to hie stopping, providing that he would sleep in a certain room that U.ul not been occupied tor tome time in consequence T I, .hn . . , , V rlTZ , J1 l" t" ' treti in that loom lijme tpura t.plfir... i "Very well," a ay a the man. "1 ara not ulraid of ghosU. After having refreahed himself, lit) inquired of Ibe laudloid bow and iu what manuor the room he waa lo occupy waa haunted. The landlord teplied tbat aborlly after they bad retired to reat an unknown voice waa heard asking iu a trembling and prolonged accent "Do you want to be shaved ?" "Well," replied the man, "If ha Homes he may ahave me." lie then requested to be shown to the apart ment, iu going to which he waa conducted through a large room where were aeated a grsat number of persona at a gambling table. Feeling a curiosity which almost every one poaaeasea, after hearing ghoat atones, be care fully searched every corner of Ibe room, but could diacover uothing but the uaual lurmture ot a sleeping apartment Be then lay down, and in a few minulta hs imagined he beard a voice saying " Uo y ou w ant to b 4 t-have-d 7 He arose Irom hit bed and aeurched every part of tbe room, but could discover notbiug. lie again went lo bed, but uo sooner had he begun to compose uitnaelf to sleep, when the queation was repealed, tie again roae an i went to tbe window from which quarter the sound appeared to proceed, and aloud silent. After a lew moments he again heard the sound distinctly, aud was conviaced that it was Irom " 1 . ' ; queslion wai repealed full in bis ear, which startled him not a little. Upon a minute ex amination, however, be observed that a limb of a large oak tree which stood under the window projeoted so near to the house that every breath of wind to .lively imagination, made . noi.e resembltng the ipterrogation-,'',.c. "D o y-o u w a n t l-o b-e a h a v-e-d ?" Having satisfied bimseif that the ghost was nothing more or less than tbe limb of the . : .u t WC VUU11UK IU UUUiaCt WUU 1US UOUSe, Ce again wentto bed and attempted I to get asleep, Kn r war a si tisitiakil Kav naulj nC..in.link m.1 ... ... ....,. v. i.u..u, u. volleys of oaths and curae, from the room where tbe kamblers were assembled, ton- fllnln. In ln.n Ih. i.kA.l-.ln.. lA 1.1. .J. ' . . " . . ventage, be took a sheet from the bed, wrap ping it arouod bim, took the waab-basiu in bis hand, and throwing a towel over hi, shoul der he weut to tbe room of the gamblers, and throwing tbe floor wide open, sulked in, sing iu a tremulous voice ' Do you want to be shaved T" Terrified at tbe sudden appearance of the ghost, the gamblers were thrown into the greatest coninsiou, and tumbled peli-mell over each other down autre in tbeir hurried ellorts to escape, leavng tne last stake-about $1,000 ju the table, which hu gbostship pocketed and then returned to his room, where be was troubled no mora that night with gamblers or mysterious noises la the morning be fouud the utmost ex citement and alarm prevailing in the house oo aocount of tbe appearanse of the ghost, and in answer to the landlord's inquiry, replied that the ghost bad not troubled him, and de parted without being suspected, after quietly eatiug hia breaklaat, : A "loyal" Washington correspondent, writing to a New York newspaper, said of the testimony of Generals Grant and But ler before tha Committee on the Conduct of the War, relative lo the 1'ort Fisher expe dition : "General Grant swear, that it was not intended that liuller sbonld go, and that Grant knew be was going" From thi, it would appear that Butler, like other burg lars, is prepared to swear bin-self clear when given an opportunity to do so. How well he has aoquiltnd himself as a witness for himself may be Inferred from the mm or that the Commi'tee substantially vindicate him in its repott couoeruing his failure at Fori Fisher. Of oourse to justify htm is a ceDsure nl Grant and Lincoln for removing bin. Chicago Timtt. Domestic Happiness in Africa. Cuptnin Grant, in hia "Walk AcroM Afri ca," thn dcucriUl Ibe home ol a woulihy Indian, benivoleut old man who bnd nn ea taliliabnii'iit nf three hundred native men nn wemen around him: "A' th'ee o'clock in tlitt mun.iuii, Mooaah, who hid led a hard lifu in bit day, would call out lot hit lilllu pill o opium, which h never mied for lortj ir inii woui'i onifliU'n him up nil noun. 1I would tbon traiiiuct buiinuas chat and rivr; Too the BotJip at atiy hour you omy ait liy him on his carpet To 111 it learned strungu that he sever Hopped talking when prayuraj from the Korau were bmn,j read lo him by a i "Dooxeen, or aiiidngisrar man. 1 .tIm he had little reaped fur the otliuiutiug prie.it, at the tame reverend and learned goniiuoian wan tccuslomed to make hit shirts i Af;er a mid day ileep, he would refresh himanlf with eecond but large pill, trauaact buainoaa, and ao end the day. The harem department pro ented a more domestic! aueue At ditwn, women in robea of colored chintz, ttirir hair neatly platted, gave freah milk to the worm of black cata, or churned butter in gourda, by rocking it two and fro iu their In pa Ky aeven o'clock the whole p!ace waa awept clean. Some of Ibe bouaehold fed the gnme fowla, or looked alter the ducka and pieona, two women, chained by the neck, felchod lire wood, or ground corn at a atone, children would cat together without dispute, becauui a matron presided over ihem nil were quiut, ioduatrioua boinga, uevi r idle, and na happy aa the day waa long. When any of Mnoatnli'a wivea gave birth to a child there waa univer sal rejoiciug ; the infant waa brought to show itaiex; and when one died the shrill lamenta of the women were heard all night long. When a child misbehaved, we white men were pointed at to frighten it, aa nuraea ut home too olteo do with ghoai-atotiea,'' Yankees Photographed. The New York Tribune, in an editorial on tb 24th, thua photographed the Vankeei: We bear that many of tbe lilacka, thor oughly diatruating their old master, place all gonfidence in tho Yaukeea who have recently como n no on x them, and will work for tueiui on almont any terma. We rtL'ret ihis: for. hile "" 01 Y"ke" ju.lily thai conlidut.ee, other, will gro.aly abut, ,.n. . n .J . bnglanu pruuucei many ot the 0' t pi c;i- mens ol lue human race, numan race, anJ, along with these, some of the very meanest boings that ever stood oq two lega cunning, .fipacioua, hypocritical, ever ready to skin a flint with a borrowed knife and make (for otlii-rx) a soup out of the peelings. This class soon become too woll known at home "run out," i.a lh phrase is whan they wander all over the earth, snuffing and swindliug, to Ibii injury ar.d shame of the land that bore then) and cast them oat. Now let it be generally pre sumed by tho ignorant filar-Its of the ti iutli that a Yankee, became a Yankee, ih neces sarily their friend, and thia unclean brood will overspread the Houth like locuata stnrting schools and prayer-meetings, at evtry cross roads, getting bold ol abandoned or confisca ted plantations and hiring laborers right and left, cutting timber here, trying out tur and turpentine there, and growing rotn, cotton, rice and sugar, which they will have sold at the earlieat day and run away with the pro ceed, leaving the negrona in ras and food leas, with winter jttat coming ou. Sambo's Ideas of Freedom. (From the Petersburg Express.) i Rather an amusiug incident occurred in a neighboring county a few days since, during . Iia murth .f ...! mn rtf fTnilut Cat. .a Tha neKr0(., collected on every furtn lo witness the Daeaaie ol the soldiers, and in innnv m- stances greeted ihcm with evident niarki of pleasure. h.lUngupon agate post, upon one of these farms, was a sharp little darky just en tering his teen, who, when ho was told of his fAAlrm .lunn.. Vt i a Km. .la a.. .l.......t I' - i,,' lree,rtea free I" he txclaitned, in t0his mamma. "I aint uwine tu roelc de cradle no more, 'case l'se free I Running to a youg lister, he imparted his newly obtained intelligence, saying: "You is ........ , r... nn' n .b nn r,n n.r.,. !,;..." 4. .J yioK , cal lHli,y re,thinK hlir limh, iu ,ie . . . . . . " .uo.nme, ne reached the climax by screamiug oul . "And vou's free nusav. don't catch uo !,,. ' Wh.thr i, ,.ii.,v,. t-:i- . . . . ' .-i-. . ..i.u. on adtlresaing tbe lowls. the catlle. I ha hona. wt do not know, but Ihn nbove is related aa an actual occurrence. Such freedom as he would have the cat enjoy would cost ber life; but freedom in his mind was tbe yo) par ex- cellence of his life. A Little Deaf. j . 1 Tn the i-iMttfi tim hafVirA NftaitiA iatwa Mfsko jnv.ntedi Wing kept the hotel at Middle Urnvilto. and from bis well-stocked liar fur- jbed "aceommodations to man ai d bea.t " ia. wat , 00ll landlord, but terribly dsaf. Fish, tha village painter, was slllicled in the same way. One day they were sitting hy themselves in the bar-room. Wing was behind the counter, waiting for the next cusioumr ; while Fish was lounging before the fire, with a thirsty look, casting sheep's eyes occasionally at Wing's decauttrs, and wishing moat devoutly that some one would come in and treat. A traveler from the south, on hia way to Brandon, stepped in to inquire the distance Going up to the counter, he said, ' Can you tell me, air, how far it is lo Urandou?" "Brandy?" says lha ready landlord, jump ing up, "yes, sir, I have some," at the same time handing down a decanter of the precious liquid. "You misunderstood me," eiy the strang er! "I asked how far it was to Jirandon." "They call it pretty good brandy " aava Wing "Will you lake some snjar wiih it?" reat hin, aa he spoke, for lha bowl and tod-dy-atitk The deaparlng traveller ttirni J to Fish. "The landlord." said he, "seems In be d-af, will vou tell me bow far it is to Brandon?1' "Thank you," said Fish ; "I dou't care if I do take a drink with you I" The stranger treated and fled. Dentistry. DENTAL OAIID V"HTM) rpniV-fullv inform thf e.itisnnaof lny i V t fa l' tut li II lusxrt vti l HiMft H teeth ii p t nn ll'tv , on ViiNMnucd Ituhbcr, In t;n mottl i.Mpr.v.iii i :y auMful hi vie the mmminl will admit ofb.r the dun l (, iiHiiift the be fit material and war mi ill uk In work t ijiyt, duu entieftu'tiija. Those vvjvi ih i i ii !i i,ve teeth inAHtl on Kub'r would do welt to oil I at bin u .!, So. :uu Thiid street, when tlty Im utie mino dated with any material or any Niyin ol teutli ihey may don ire. Jaltidawam 9. F. OOMPlOn, T. K. WlLLASD. CO.MPTON 4k WILLAR1), DENTIST B DrriCB UOHNKR OF MAIN AND HKCOND Ul'l'OSITK fHANKLIN HOIIag. ALL opKratiotia prUmio; to Uentiatry car eft: II anil thoroughly atlaneu ;o. We wonlrt call AHiipcial attention o Anr.tr. nl In. aartins artificial teeth with Cont lituona iiiimaaa th. ne i!na ultra of mechanical ilanlia.ry. Al.o, to onr manni-r oi inuinj(the Vuleaiiile Work, which, in some aaea, I' nuch Mirperior to tlia orinary Hl.cS Tocih. .sarnine aneclmena ante DR. T. J. ADAMS DENTIST, 0R.ee, at hit ronidenee, No. 0!. Fourth street, corner of Council. W (JUL h roepee'tnlly inform the citiien of llile vicinity, tlmt he it (irejiared to do All Kinds of Work tn hiewroleiNlon. Teeth interned on Vulcanite and Gold, ail i -xtrHiite 1 without pain All WfTk warrant ed. Cnrtienlnr attention paid to fill I or nd clennsinR teeth. KttH.denrtt, No. f!S, Corner Fourth and Coun cil .trel aniRv onio oil 1 1? it" IlB.tl'En WORKS. Manufaotory of Combined Keaiier and Slower Viith WOOD'S HKLF RARSR attached. w K nr!-r til Kunn-ra a Mti.ibla Self Rl;.r,.,u. in u i norvtir i;ti a ia jjiT.n eutir. a.tiaiau- He Warrant Our ildcliltto to Cut I'Ux, Aoil, aaa Mo.ier, claim that it ia uuurpa.il. Parties wantinl a Ho. 1 ninir'o Mower, HTKONO, C'IMHAtJT, an.l P.KI.I A itl.K ah uld uroha the Clijinir." beutl lor a circular. UllMHRKi.Kn, WlfiHT CO., alBdl vairm No.3n4 Cmn street, Day ton, Ohio. Imperial Austrian Money Dis tribution. , OF THE STATS LOAX OF TJlti YEAR liul. fplIlH Loan of Korly Mdlioua of Kmnna, i to I rffti. in 1 1 1 K''H h tn tii'itt u I iU,tiHJ,0(HJ I" I o Tint, w ii are K"-''u..i hy the JinnvrMi and Huyai Ooviruuit tu. J 1 rnea of. 25,or Florin 1U .AM 'W -iiKl Ot(0 tl l.'sO.tt! ' lit ( ftll,lKJ M - . Ku.uoO t" ko. t-o W MM ft uki u 71 " , 10 IM) UrawJugs: lnt Juno, lat September. 1st iiuifnioer. ITi OHOfMiaree for e.-h ieptriit Iirawln: One lnre IU foliarn, 11 hirti l0 Uiyllart. io 8 hare 1 otsu poller Currnuttv, ( ayai le in United btst e utoi, i'ihiui or i'l. i ui aiui.40t(eiU r.urue. It'triulUn eo tob- m im ui r i'to-d l. tu r. ArratietoenU hive tu nml ttutlhe t'rla. will li rttiinurd d rn t tu lha w tim. re, or I hut th y utin te UMHhed ni New Yorn Airily to Mr. MlKi'KKK'K HlNtZ, fi:oker and Fiimnciiii Aftenl in l-aear ar, at a ma, t.rltttra ad tiribHfd tu i'lute oiiug tuu't. Lunuon, will Im at to ui'd to. H, e. t'roip.tua can t a inxpevted at the Oft.ce ot til ii h tiai'tt. . Lfiur io tie itireore I ",tr lUmmr, via Liver pool,' t rreJonck bitnta, . milker, in rrautdori-uu tr p-Mu us, K-milianu-K wlnrh arrive a ter t' e day oldi wuj(. Hill b . vluineu or n anted in lb next I.awint(, t tim up. too uithe sunder. 14 tttiMWtflll Y SEW YORK STEAM LAIMIUY, Not. 1.10 and 141. I.ouiworlb afreet. R'dween Oen'ral Avenue and ) Him atrewl, Mlnolnnati O. Clothing. WILLIAM WALKKU, WO.aoi THI BD STREET, PATTON, OHIO, IH rrenarrd fo ant'O.trtrvdate hia euelomera wlt evmy arilel at untteiiHu a weenoK apiarel oi te I ili-el etyl nd lt piatitv. I hoe bo wni O -ats r". eln, kit r, hoatery, haualLeruhief.. flloveti, istsi, icea, asiperit, 4c., will do w-ll it g, rad tin acaJl. 4,1 i4 AOVKHT1IIING KATES. IN UMLT. Oneeqnare, eighty worde.eulid) oneinaertion...! 50 One etiare, three dai a ,.,..,..,.., 1 tMl One iiare, one week. 1 60 One miimre, one month II tV One Buare, three mot. tim 7 00 Ooee'iiihre, mix mont'ifi 10 tn IN W lit. KI T. One enare, elchtv mrds, one wek tt w J'er Mtu(re,eiu-n wek in additiou. M 1'er -'in are, one yenr IH IH Turin for adverlmeint-ntH 1 et;in ywv a uteami apaee orforaloniiur period t.thn almvet peii)iv-i.nmie known at the Uountinn Koiin All adverliHeuu-uif are e'la ftevl at th abovt rat ., tinlen a written apreement la mitde previoiti to inKurtinn. All oaaual atlverilfie ment mnnt bo paid for in tdran t. Professional Cards. LTW NOTICE. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, JJAS RESUMED TliK I'HAtTlC OK LaW. tirvirs (tnrth. prewnl) si bts reiiden.., .No.' a-i.'l Fir.t nlreet, liayton, Ohio. i.rriei nouai irom ma. n. to tnre. p. Al. DaiToN.O. NoVeintMrrlth, 1804. nov!2tt WILMKK 11. HKLVILLK. ATTOHNUY-AT-LAW, DAYTON, OUIO. 0FK1(!E--Nr.. an Main al net, nearly 0 .otlle tha Court llouatf, over th. 1'ry UooUs Store ol John ! Roe. harry. rel7ila9ni tiioi. o. lows, osu. v. a.t'iaia, (Lai County Auditor.) LOWF. & NAl'EU'lll, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, DAYTON, OHIO, routine 11-iuiMat.tcid In German and rrannh 13 up PICK Over Rickey's Bookitore, Third itrwt. mlidJin DUI.1N di! OAHIlTlT, Attorneys & Counselors at Law Gorman's Building, Third alre.t, fnlndawtr PAYTON, 'IHIO. JAMES 11. BAGOOTT, (l.at Prohat. Judge,) ATTOENBY-AT-LAW, 0F.'lt;E aecond atory Phllllpa1 hlnldili)., en er bacond and slain atreela, oei osito it.e eraiklin uouee, ijaj li a, Ohio. ji.4oo im Attorney at Law, llTO, OHIO. asrOPPI0Bt)nMalnlttr.nt. niplv Ann..ll.ii,. OourtHnuee. Juoe 7lh, Ism. I dti WUKFIU of the .Nl.VKfKliMH thSH-kl. lr, K. COAJ WAY'S L1NIMENTUM For the apeedy and effectual enre of RHEUMATISM JN preauutini tbe l.lutmentuin tothepubiio aa one ol the leei nnd moat i-urnnve niediriutdoi tbeuny, ItO not WlHh to be tlUiietNtitiid ou. .'Iiairnitiss l..p it powor of peirorinitiK timpani ol cureH, in l dn uUim :nmx ui sin iu piirpuMf aoi a r A Al I L 1 L1MA1LM ,lt haa n equal, 't he juiiiitituin La A!I2VEK BEClw KOH lo FAIL In any caie of Kheumatihm, no matter ot how Iodr sUmlinu, wht-re the dim t.oii were raieiully lollontrd, nor, ludrod, in the cane ol any iaeae lur which it ia rt.oonintt'Ddrii, 111 Caiitji Of iiHIirnliiol. I'Hlnst Iti Hist 1... I- siiu chet craiiia in the eioinai . eprain., Rpirai ir,na tion and weakneea, chroi.ic .Hurtja.hujiirt.iiuiiltia.irtte-ie.t htet and hand, tootneuhtr, bjaua he, du., it a taiifce T" l.inimentum ia the reatiltol mitnv vi.ara nrtt. vrrtiitf expeiMnijt. and (jomhinAs iii..i1u it a, oellwi.cinh the paruuiouni virtuea of AN KXTHAOItOINAKY PKKKTKATIVE Which no otb-r Llnimcut iiomeesii ri. ard whu b iu it-u aecretol the ui'paratlfcled auci't-na which divu the unin vniuin wiiurever u i Uhetl. THY IT OACH,ANf YOU KILL NEVER BH WITHOUT IT. It in t'lit tin in ft'i cent. M ent .mt 1 ikniii.s. o.it. full dtiuutiuita lur line, an. I inauuiAt-turcii orly by i'l . r . VH Wai, fTO t , No. 3.1U liiir.i t., linU n, Ohio. For hale by mer?iiauiaud druariirvrjvhre J. U. (ilLBKHl ok. CO., Wholea!e dealer in l1' o r e 1 n aud Dotneatio Groceries and Liquors. NOS.Ttl AND 7a JRfFKRSON BTTtKET, 01 P08ITK aiaAM Lxwia. l.kLLT. Western Real Estate Agency I.KWU Ktl.LV, REAL ESTATE AGENTS WILL a'lnd to ti e pun tm-r ard Kale of real ee tat in Montfromery aid tjatuiint tfunmn, and will iko nejtotiaie h aim ip shi,i. murtn. otAVe, north eat vorur o1 Mum eudlhird tietn Iaton, Ohio. Kutiance oo Third. Jel&dawvm btratnt S"iiil fifr.hr tur ruMlvhett ! . tU'Fihiwii-vn lint I Irtlei pstfii for two X omuK i Uaisv YOUNQ MEN'S MEDICAL ADVISER. CI tUTUITtxrs advl.1 Kivea m di-aeBor the a.r J vou. minil, urinary, and aexual orans.rn ike rv porta of lh Wefllero le-Mcal An-tH-iatioo, which are nt hv mad 10 ald envnlopva, fr of eharfr. The orif,ai.Eti o wa lurnied to dipai new Mid rLath itKtia-nt,aBd ( nonifo.ei idme well known Phyaiciaua.io whom all lur- mu l dim teu, UM. JAt K-UiN, H KKHKK'l t. , laMlawim iu, mj, t inciuuau, 1 1 o. Cincinnati TypeFoundry Printing Machine Works!! 0c and Foundry, Ho. tot Viot- street, atava itt. Cincinnati, Ohio. M CTtARLIS WFll.8,lcr.t.ry. 18($4 18C4 GHOCERIES ! ! 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