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ri ( , (i ' tn ic l rn-M IIIAil, ( T l:lim,ln I ( vHIV;l '.f 1 a- IVKKIil.Y b .lit Ml ft. . tine r iiV "r nnnnm..,,, -rrf Nii-iKf pirvulitt nf yuiw in Mu'i- gillliry I'imiHT. I'liy nl'Mlt 111 II lVHII' ITI oil Cl ':." JOU' IKIITTINa. Of pvrtrtr d. -) jtimi, ttKict.t-l on Steam Prefaet In hti l.-ii hI 1. mi 1 hl ro.. MinMrt prieos. r.mpliv HulhUiitf, ItO Main Mrcct. il nil .' GEE A.T REDUCTION i isr p ii i c e s DRY GOODS. JOHItW.DARST, ' (.Tamos Perrmc'a old stand,) I'orner or Second nnl Jefferson utrccts, IiKALKR IN M Prints,'.;.... Mnrkod Down. Bleached cottons, ' Miirltpd Down. Brown Sheetings, Dress Goods, Mnrltcil Down. jj Person, wishing to pim'hs. Pry f.nod, Mill find J U his a rsr chance for ', -J S3- i- o t 33 r (S n 1 Ji . CARPETING, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, (JAHPET CHAINS, mattdom .. . i SP(I4L A..0l1!illKT. E & H. T. ANTHONY & CO., ....... v -i' Photographic Materials, WHOLElAt.K ANfl RKfAtb M mil BKOAUWAVi N. Y. IP J lii a.l lidim I', our m.iiu l.usi.iaM of PHOTO 7 ,"KAI'HIC MA '. KlilAI.K, ,ar. UVad.iiiarliir.rur Hi. "Hewing, v... luTEREOSCCPES&STEREQSCOPIC VIEWS j K thB- w hive uti immrn nnitnient, in ln!in; IWiirHrtetiw, Aui-rii'.n'i mid Koremu Cil e, nd liti-1-V JL 'V',lt',, tirii, rt;ftiry. Of ANn, RmvoIvui V,tr!i'u(fM. fnr publi ur private exhibition. Our ?'Ji'ftlO((u will bf m-iit t i wty addi c on rweipt n i)f lamp. 53 IMIOTOKU4VHH' AI-HI MS. Wo wri Ii flrit ! 'nf o.ln.'f th"-eiiili' Ihe Unit.l ta'M, an. I wit miiri'iriu-tiiT-M iuimenu qiian'Ui"n in rent variety , r iiiaing in price Iron W cnl to Suvi nch. Our A I. HUM -. lnvn lit r-pfatiun of tiu uimrror in iiiuty un 1 ..uriibihly o any of trH. Ttie .i'l 1 1 bni iy in ul, J 11EH, oi ra'tl)t or prlt'O. XFIKK MADK TO ORDVRf ' (JAIM.) I'llOTOGKAHIS. i Our Cii'hIu'ih1 unw em' rwtd ovr KIVK THOW i Nl Jittrftnl nuiM'iU ui wtn U ft'Jiiit onM mtfim unllv bemu mi)or PortruiU ol Uimneat Aiitdri nn, eic, v . : huuui 2 HriK (litimmU, 'oo I,iut. CUnln, .'ti Other llicrs i;w Uiriiieit. r0 Proininent Women, vavr Oih-MitH, ih AutliorM, i Arlmti, :t.ooi1 Cni.ioH of Woi kn of Art. Iii'lins rnpf''iiiPtionn of Ui mol flilohriUd Kn AVintn. P'tiatiuifa, BUluen, OiitlcKHt tmnl od .iAitiLr ttt!nu. Anor ier fur (iih 1uzkn I'ictdhih 5 fjm our :Allortu will b ou thei re eipi o' .) n so, ami MtMit liy Mini, rnic. V Phntor ip'irftint ollirH onlnriutt noud O. t). D. )$ plHit ui nit tweuty-ttv puroeui, ol tli umnnul i'-'t , h t hoir mliif. jjuHTVUm prices nl n ality of our coo lmmnuolfrtll MRlily. nTiiawVm XI 13 33EST! STt-'-KNIiKHCn-.lt A CU) A K. KrKUNBKIl"JKit,U'niierfy l"inKlni!r,en . in liKrinaitlnwii MotttilonicrT rtOlllltVi OhlO.WU'l ' , ip-MWAV HOJjOM AN, (formerly mine biHltiMB 1A rjiilMir,) Imvi irrmeU ij-pArtnrhip, ntl are re- fliUOE AM) SPLKVUll) STOCK op EADV MADE CLOTHING! AT No. 205 I'hir.l Htraet, HotwfTO Ch PovloHic and Fint Nationol Bank. a nmilmly rucelTins the bt .inallljr of TnslilOD i Utjrlea ol . iSuriiie ji.it d Summer eady Made Clothing I si(Jents' Furnishing (Jooils, .aerchant Tailoring (jnoln will Ixt mmln up lo or-Jrr In Die A.TTCST 8TYL1 Oa kUort notice, Mt i ilHIUNTKU ItTIHHAOTUHV ' ll'Hrlii'iil.r ltenlion pm.l to Culom Work. ; .f art pr-iare.l lo mrII koo.U owu at l4old VricaM, tiliu.lru rcwni lowwr limn inrvi. ihiwiiin aw. Mai oxfttnioa our flood. Wu will i ol Ik xnll.J iiy hiiiiNH id this city. lilt i number of yr-H A K. Hinrnlwruer ha . rf i nffHitnl in th puwliaxwor I.KAr TUBAl CO, ' ? 1 aiirfttt Miami Val1iy,nl thf y will continue ti ;- - 'fhatte the article at thn ht-ihe.'.t narkr.t rutrt, (Jrow r invited to !all at thir i:UthinK Koua, No. Wfi S ?. I .1 iln It,. Iln.CvtM.. a..rl I I- o Viri.l Kn. i,l Uu..k I nlUr nianf iH.Jnimii In oMftfa OOT AND SHOE IT AND CAP STORE NU.lut MAINtiTUKKT. J. K.LKNTiC HON VK .hint racrlved Ur nrtmnl of MOOTS ind bUOBH, II A I n ana liftm. wnion uipy v.au Ml to be aqua) lo idj in lli martal, al priaoa to ' imUHHrr, . i., aii.o manulaotura lo ordr all klu.U of lies Gents & t liildrrns Wrur I t.6it vloi'lc n j at reanonable pru'aa. I ill - vol.. 11 DAYTON, OHIO : THURSDAY, 'JUNE 8. 1865.. NO. 222. Railroads. Monday Morning, May 8, Monday Morning, May 8, THE ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY WILIj ronitnence H tinning ooa Through Tialn be- Iweeii Cimiionati and Ilia EASTERN CITIES, Pitting threiiRh the celebrated OH LPKlons of PennsylTania. Lftivo PnyltiQ at 1:4A a m. Arrie6:4A p m. The Ktifftnfla. flrtra, nnd oihnr equipment of thin Line. are4ntirelr nw, ol tht moat modern, mibatan tn'i an 1 approved HsKTipiion-i, tiiiKqiialel by any Hallway onthia nonnneni. THBOIMH TICKKTB vin thin new and important Ro'it. cn be procured at the I )f pot of the C. U, li. HailwAv, and at ail the principal Ticket Otttcca in the country. lUKifnge ctieckt-d through. 1). M- LARKN, Jn'l Bnperhitemlent. K V. Kill, I. Kit, (ten ! Ticket Aeni. mil Dayton, Xenia and Columbus Railroad. CHANJK OP 77. UK. TUHKC DAILY TRAINS EAST, VIA UOMJMAUS. Through Train fron Dayton to aU Kant cm OLtien. milRWR DAILY TRAINS EAST, leafin Dayton iti n" p4ii m idikiwi: mull, ti:nn a m. .:o luinUiH cuotiiniou.t:D?t.a:00 P, M. Nmlit Kxonma. 7:.V A M AHRTVlNfJ AT OA YTHN. Ntilit Kzoreaa. A M OoluinbiiM A!i'oimiiiltioo, UZO A. M. pay ton Kniretri,6:3u H. M. ' riHus nm by Colnmbim time, which U hovcq nun-ilt-w fiitUr thau laftn tmi. ThrouiilitiiMfilH iu be had lor all KaatArn (litUM by cftllujh; on ShihuhI W. Kiuu, Tmket Auuot. K W. WUOIIWAKI), HUp't, Cinoinuall, Ohio. ina4 SHIRT MANUFACTORY (i i:IS' HHMMIIXJ STOKE. i HAI.ril I'. AITHACKK.N, N. 'i IV Kir KiiliKl tr rn'nf.a-r, Sfiuili I.etwr.n Mam and Walnut, oiponla Ihl i Oinninnnti, Ohio. (Ji riZliNH AND STUANOKKK DKIIIIOHJ Ut I'KJl.'IIKINH UUfCKIOH COLLARS, CRAVATS, Tics, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, host i'i ii y , .to. Ara invito I to call an ahore. Kein.it: bar Ntf.'iwcir roniM H sntiticr, H I . l tha J tltllliK Hllllt I' on ll.l. walk. Hlil rtit )ii to Order bj Uiureiueiit VA II It A IV T i: O T O FIT, Paper PattetnaNeatly Out tj'ii.rh .lt villi tnirtM prutti ti our in olio. , 1 LBO, Prop'r of New York Laundry. lain NEW YORK STEAM LAIXDRY, Na. Ut m4 141, Langworlk atraal,' B.laa.a I'aulfal tlllw and Hum auraat, ' Cinolnnatt. 6.' Terrible Catastrophy in Cincinnati. nati. [From the Enquirer, June 7th.] One of the moat terrible Cataatrophei tbat baa occurred in this city for man year took place latt night by the falling in of a building uaed a a military armory, on the north aide of Longworth near Park itreet. 1'hii building originally was occupied at a riding school, bnl more latterly by aeveral companies of the Seventh Regiment National Guards, aa an armory, they having leased the tame of Nathaniel Wright, Esq., for five yean, the lease eommencing in January last. Tbia building is fifty-five feet in front, eaventy five in depth and about eighteen feet in bight, the wall being twelve inches in thickness. for some time past, several members of the comtianifs have been armrehensiva that the building was insecure, and have frequent ly expressed themselves tbat toe walls were not substantial and threatened to give way, but hoping against fear, they continued their occupancy. WMbin a lew days past, work men nave been employed in creating over the building a new roof, which on yesterday was nearly completed. Last evening, at an early hour, fourteen members of Company C assembled in the Armory for drill and the tran.antioa af busi ness. A few minutes before eight o'clock a crack in the wall was distinctlv hearj, and the gas lights wero observed to vibrate and shake. The company immediately adjourned to the front steps of the building, where they were seated, discussing the character of the build ing, when another loud crack was beard, and the men ran for the street, but the front and west walls fell outward, and the roof inward, the front wall burying beneath it several of the members, whilo a few escaped. The west wall fell outward toward the resi dence of Mr. Frank Koiderheide, divided from the Armony building by a five foot al ley. In this alley, were seated Mrs. Frank Fnuderheide; her sister, Miss Josephine Drop, pieman ; Mr Mary I'resscr, Miss Anna Presser, and Miss F::n Fresser. Miss Droppleman hold on her knee au infant child of Mrs. Fonderheide. As soon as the giving way of the wall was heard, two of the young ladies, Misses Anna snd Fanny Presser ran round the front of the building, and es caped with only slight injuries. Ihe falling wall, however, caught Mrs. Mary l'resser, an old woman eighty-three years of age, who resided at No. '201 Third street, betweer. John and Central Avenue, and whu was visiting Mrs. couderheide and! spending Ibe evening. Mrs. Preiser was 1 killed instantly. Mrs. Fonderheide received I such injuries iu the head and on the body, with a breakage of one of her limbs, that she died in one hour after the accideut. Tbe infant eenapad with only -a iii-aiL injuries. Miss Droppleman bad her left arm badly broken and lacerated, fcthe also receiv ed three contusions in the head. It is a mystery how this lady and tbe child escaped instant death as they were seated be tween tbe two whose injuries proved fatal. Mr. frank fonderkeide Had purchasea this J house only a few weeks since, and had been residing there about a month. Tbe falling wall smashed in bis windows and a portion of tbe east wall ol his residence. Wa sincerely condole with our friend in his irreparable ca lamity. Of those who were caught by the falling of the south, or front wall Mr. Alexander Michie was the most uufortunate, receiving such in juries in tbe head, body and limbs, tbat be died in about an hour and a halt alter tbe building fell. Mr. Michie wu a clerk in How ell, Gjawo k Co.'s, and was a young man of unexffptionahle character. His father and brother and family did not leant of the acci dent until after Alexander's death. Tbey re side on Franklin street. Lieutenant Robert K Dun lap, Payer in Gilmore, Dunlap A Co'l, Bank, was badly injured in the bead, side, arms and legs, but bis pbysican does not re gard bis injuries as neoessari ly fatal. Captain Russel, Ueorge W' Smith and two others, whose uame( we are unable to obtain received slight injuries, none of which are serious. ' As soon as it was possible, Drt. Baker Lawson, McCartv. and Wilson were sent for, who immediately attended lo tbe injuries of the unfortunates. The Methodist Church, on the corner, wu thrown open, and was also several of the houses in the vicinity, and every usistance tbat wu possible to be given to alleviate the sufferings of the injured was promptly reudered. Coroner Carey was sent for, aud after ta king possession of the three deceued bodias, adjourned the inquests nntil this morning at nineoclocK, when a rigid and thorough ex eminelion into the causes of the oecideuf will be had. Awful Condition of North Carolina. ollna. From the North Carolina Times. It is heart sickening to sea wbat tarrible havoc war hu made along tbe line of the At lantic and North Carolina railroad. Fields formerly waving with growing corn, wheat, cotton, Ac., at this seuon of the year, are now a barren wute, with not a stiok of fence to be seen. Farm booses swept tway by the devouring flames; forests of pme, ouoe tall and beautiful, now laid low by the axe of the piooeer. Iudcd, everything you behold bears tbe impress of rude, heartless and un feeling war. Kinston and Goldsboro, sad their vicinities made memorable in tbe his tory of the war have suffered mosL The people are left almost penniless, without pro visions, and in many cases without slock with which to make a crop tha present saasou. It is difficult to conjecture bow tbey are to sur vive the great calamity unless aided by tbe government, which would be done most effec tually perhaps, by either loaning or telling them stock with which to prosecute their ag ricultural pursuit. Every valuable it swept from the earth. Tbe people have no currency and nothing to sell with which to get it Business isclostd, shops and hotels shut up and everything teems at stand still. Groceries C.O'Haisa. M.O'Uaisa. K. O'UHIKN At BHOTHKK, WHOLESALE GROCERS no iMruaTiai or Cigars, Brandies, Wines, Qim, Irish and Scotch Whisky, SD Da.LKAS la Domestic Wine and Llquora. AI.I.O, Agents for Sale of Tare Bourbon Whisky. MO. 301 HKOOND TftKGT, DATTON, 0. All Liquors Guarantied free from Drugs TO O'UBIBN a H ROTH BR hava oa hand a Una juj. aoipnuoD oi wroeenen, wines, ljiquor; anil Ol ukm, whirh they will .all lo the puhllc as low a. an; nounelo Harton. No .Iforta on their part will lie n.gleeteil to render entire eati. faction to all thane who go to their Uoime, But Second street; They wil keep Fish of all ktmla. fe27ilaw New Wholesale Grocery. At Knelal v A Mitntyra'a old .tand, .H Third street WOUAMAFI, aPIKl.M AM At CO., Wholesale Grocers. ARB now opening a large and general anvorlmul of all kinds of Urouenea auilahla for tha noun try trade. Dealer, are lexpectfiilly invited lo give (llama call. ' feSldawTv 1865 FRESH 1865 GROCERIES ! ! C1VKBY family desires good. Irenh Uroeeries. and Xi we would remind all persona intere.ted to vive OANNEDPKUIT8 Western Peache., Plnma, Btrawliernea, tjuincei., Tomatoes, Blwltnernes, and Cherries; then wk have SPICE ANSI (JOYE OYSTERS also.an assortment of Jellies, Hiddl.town Hamaand Hhoulders, Lamps anil Coal Oil, Hutart nod CiiflM., Pinkies, Hplirea, Kani'y Honpa, Aim in fact evervlhinn thai the markets anord Hint in de.lralile. To 'I ohm-i-u tlhewer. we would ay we keep the bent article ol s'lue i:iitthetcan be had. t.'onie one, pome all, and see wnei weeauuu. M ir.Tlrta A HAIKU, del.uMWtf ' Maln.t.,.1 doursbelow Market Employment for Everybody. Ureal Male ol Jewelry. Watches, 4'liallie, Ulantund Hlag, ftllver Ware. Uerniau Ac French fancy i , ;ooda, AVc.lwvrth aver tw.UOO,- OOU, all to bo aold without reserve. Kvery on to hare something Valuable. AGENTS WANTED. Tha way lo at a Hrir tut hi: (fend twn(y-flf vrum iu urn, uu m bikjh mit wtj rot-UlTV IV wn will niaii you a Vertiji-utr, hawiua what you are entitled to. Il th article or artM pi nun you, neml luwk tli f!T- titVate and One Dollar, and wi will forward yoa tha article, no matter how costly it ny be, toaelbar with a full list of all the arti 'Ia to te dixpoueiror. If the article la not what y hi winh, Htate, whn you nud ih Oertifica e and do! far, what other article of tha me value you prefer, ami wt will tend it If ym wish more thao one Frlr. neud in 1, and we will Mood you five Certittoatea for fit, elateo; for $A, thirty. We have an immeuMe aMHortmeiit of goods to dispowtj of, and need Aenta every where, tj whom w oOnr the in out liberal induoemuta. Write dimiuotlj, and aay only what in neceuHarv. UIKAHI) W. TEVAUOH k CO., m9wftt Mo. 15 Maiden Lane, New York. FOR SALE, AT Tl IK I.OWKST KATKH, n AAA QALLONH of Copper Iiatit1xl Rye Whie.. C.UUW -y. fron one to three yearn old. The same will be Kiiaranted m genuine, ditilfed arronl inn to te old German faHhlon, and la therefore well adapted tofkmdy uaeand for medical purofl. Aleo three hundred gallon of Feaidi and (Jaiawba Uraudy, about three years uld. The Liquor will be told to atilt purrhaaera o any quantity, rrom a Darrei 10 tna amaiiest ite. Miaminbnrji, Montgomery Co., Ohio. inlOdawatra A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clerymen, realdinc to Mouth Amenea aa a tnis J V nionary discovered a sale aud suniile remedy for the Cure of Rrrous Weaknese, Keerly i)ocy, fMe eaaeaofthe Urinary and Henmial OrjjaoM, and the whole tram oiuiaoroera oroiufiit by banerul and vi nous habit. riit numMrri have (wen alreiidv cur ed by 1 hie noble remedy. Prompted bv a delre to benefit ibe atliwted and nnforiuuale, I will aead the recipe for preparing aud u.mg this meUioinr, ta a seaitni envelope, to any one who needs it, rnQt Chnry. Please inaloaa a post pa. d envelope, adlreaaeti to yoiiru, JVBbrtl I. liMAN. Htatiom D, Biii.t Honia, Nw York City. lUaallll Da-ALKR IM LEAP TOBACCO, UIAIII8HUBU, OHIO,, Willi. receive LeafToUaoeo. in Hlora, an eonsign inent.. will tnalc. Iibeial advance., and oulLi. full attention to aale., anl.et to holder. order. Holder who anticipate higher pre. can .tore with lien. and lul on their limit.. Call aud eee turn.-. Otlu e at the Miami lloue ; Wiuehouu at the Hail, road. mattldttm Now Boot and Shoe and Hat and Cap Store. Ma. Jefferson atr.eli (OpBcwta the Market.) ' WILLIAM KEIIM, WHO waafor a long time engased with Hnnon Uoodmaa. and alM with tiriw.rr A Ko.ia.Malu treat, haa opeaMt a new Bool and Hboe Dior at No. S Jarkraon etreel, oppo.il Mi Hark4,wlir k will lk pl.ureia.uoplyin hi. oldou.tomer.aad fnnd. with lh beet ailuUael baata, Shoe. andUai tr. Uiv aim s oali. uaviiawlin Dentistry. DENTAL OARD DR. K. COXffiT, WOULD reaipootlully Inform the cllinena of I)ay t. iitnat he will insert whole sma f teeth uh itr and lower, on Vulcanised Rubber, in the most improved ami beautiful style the material will admit or lor the sum ol tW, using the bent mnterial and warranting hie work to give due eetmleution. Those who wirtulo have teeth inserted on Kuhber would do well to call at his ortioe No, ;Ut Thiid itreet, wherv tbey can be tvoommodated with any material or any style of toeth they maydeeiro. JaKwiawam H. K. UoMPtoa. , j :. T. H. Wiwaan. COHPTOH 4 WILLARD, D E NT I B T B orricB-coRNEB or main and hrcond urrurJlTHi r BAM KLIN HOUSK. ALL operations pertaining to Dentistry carelull and thoroughly attendee io. We would caliespeoial attention o our style 61 In aertltieartifii'ialtefthwith Conltnuons tlumiu the naplna ultra of merhanicnl denttsjry. Also, to our maniier 01 making the Vulcanite Work, wh.oh, is aomfl. ftsen.fi' nut'b superior to the orinary Blok Teetu. examine specimen aula i5fT. t. ,f7Xi)A.Ms: DENTIST, Olflcc, al his ranideure, No. Oft Fourth s treat, comer of Council. Ot'LD respectfully inform the cititans of this viciuiiy, mat ne prepared to do All Kinds of Work In hisprufension. Teeth Innemed on Vulramle and Uuld, aud attracted without pam. All work warrant, ed. Partleularsiwiitlnii paid lo nlling.ii.l elean.lng teeth. KeHldeooe, No vi, Oornw Fourth and (Jonu eilatreel mi8T '0 1rII0 OHI-RF"5 ItKAPEK VfOItHN. Mauufaotory of ConiMiicd Keaper and Mower WllhWMll)'rl6tl,r RAKIRatlar-hril. w ) K i.n.r io K.rin.r. a r.liabla fJ.lf Kaker, on. ih.l aherever tahled has giten entire sili.rhi'. We H'arraDt Our Machine t Cat Flax, And, as a Mner, nlaim thai II i. 11u.urpa.iM1l. oiiippon Mowmrt. S'.'.'f J1""8 Ho-x "'"K1 Mower, TKONfl, CKMI'Atrj, and TtKUIAKbh: should purcUa. the "t hpuer," Heud lor a wreular r BOMHKhKitiB, WitlHTAOO.. alHillwsa2iii No. :t.'. ITillh street, ll.ylou.Oliio. Imperial Austrian Money Ois (ribution. OF TUKSTATK lJAN OF THR IK A It lsa. fpH IH Ima of Forty Millions of Klorms. is to be jL repaid in Pnsea ainoiinting lel),ltl,i Plnruia, a iii.ti are gu.raut.ed by the luiprrial aud iioyal . PHIZES; 8" I'naea r...,... ...a.W,n Florin. ,w , ....I!),IHII o ' ....ufm.l.io . ,' Il ..,..-..I.V).isM " " V .,., MIHKI ,' " - .,w.... .,uou ,il " 2U,UUI " I:..ll I'l " 1UIIUI "1 Drawings: 1st June, Ul SepteKbrr.lU uevemorr. rn.rHoienaiesior ) uinl. rirawlng: Doe Bh.re 10 Doll., II . bare, lui Uellara. UiVHIiare 1,'KW hollar. Curr.ii.jy, payable Iu Uaile.1 bla . ,.rnM ur nm. oi ajuu.ugeou Aurope. HemittanuH.. ubarnad. ia rn.ier.d i..h. ArrauBemeut. 1i.vm imjtm ik.i .i.A u L. u..i beremilte.ld rei l loth. Wmner.,or Ibalth.y eau be Applyto Mr. kKKiiKKIt K HINTK, a.nker and r.M,ii:a, Agui lura.aaioar, v.iaa, or letter ad dreaiwd to s, Three King t'ourt. Loudon, will be al I, ded to. P.m. Pru.pscuiscaa be inspected al lb OrUo ol ..... Uutr. io u alwted per steamer, via Ijy.r liool." lo sreil..rM.k AJittta. Hulru t Ihe-Maine. K- iimiacK .. wiuon arrive alter to day ofdrawmg, willh. relumed or ln.etd ia Hie lietl ,iN upiioa oiine aeaiier. aliiltawlmlX 0 YES! 0 YES I rp Hit under) sued Is a duly licensed AurtOMer X "-A"iMwi,wqi7. ! win cry sales, ia often aa his Mirvices, way be in demand. Persons who have not Uaenoutlu'eiue. will be ai. tended to, M they violate tbe law. ia.No W' KtdeioelSmllee eosth-eaai ofMlAWIP. SJ ?v J T,il"l ,1' ,oH K IffcH.jr-.or AHAU CLAY, Miamisbur,' ou Man. street, will be attended tO. alAUi: Vlyn auglO-wlwoy L , . K0TICB TO THE TAX PAVkR8 Or MONTOOMKKY COUNTT. Vt.. 1..!,. as. tl ll .1 - ...j. - iw vi.tr imiruutii oi Ul taxes ar imh, due June 'joth, l6J, ere uow ready el th- Tiea-urer s umo 'om I Uouae, Oaysoai. tha law Imposes a penally on all tame not paid oa or belore tbe wth of J uoe ue it. Thoee wtto wiih to avoid bejua dettuned IB toe I trinl ol tavlta. o.n .1s .A. K. . J7T.. l . lh. iiuhcoiaaWi." . , . ' T" lONA. EKNNBT, u. Irea.Urn M.DIgornery t'ouuty, Ohio APrlttt. ... A 9 t avBTIVlM fa ATaVI in iaTlt. One 011 are, eighty words, solid) one Insertion.. Ad One aouare, three dais.H. ..... .. . I ou One sijiisre, one week l do One suare, one month 60 One B'piare, three months T Onesunre, n niontha M ,.. iu uu IN WKKKLT." One aqitare, aiiihty words, one wek tl 00 PerHijuara.eet'h week in addition on Per stiuare,one year , li sn aw rornis for advertisemeutN oci-u, yiuy sgteaiei spare or for a longer pennd tban above NpetMrled.made known at the Count tngKoom All advertisemenisare O'la-ged ai the above rates.iinleas a written agreement is made previous to lOHertion, All oasual advaiiice meats mutt he paid for In advent e. Professional Cards. LAW NOTICE. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, J9 RBiUMED TUB PRACT1CB OK LAW. Ulrica (torllie praseat) al his resldene, No.LH.i First slreel, Dnyton, Ohio. urriranoua. iroiu iua. m. to three r. M. D.ytoi.u. NovenibarlUb, last. novltu WIIMKR"HrirlKLVriTl!jr " ATTOHNBY-AT-LAW, IJAYTOW, OHIO. OFPIOlt No. SO Main street, n.srly oi poril the COUrt H0U.a. OVerllta Dp. tinftl Stnr. nl Jnl.n . Roaelmrry. Iel7daw3ni THOS. O. LOWS, (Ule County Auditor.) aro. v. N.lissia. I.OWK At MAI Km l, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ) ; DAYTON, OHIO, Jguslneas transacted In Herman and French. OKPICROnr Rlrkry's BookMore, Third slrert. -oI)LlN JU OAlllLlIT Attorneys & Counselors at Law Uornsan'a Uuiidlnt;, Third street, jeliidawlf HAYTON, OHIO. JAM lily H.UACIOOTT, (Late I'robat Judge.) ATTOHNBY-AT-LAW, 0P":Irw,!.o"d tloT1 Phillips' Building, eornar second aud Main streets, oni.o.ite in. Kr.bi. Uou.a, Lajlon, Ohio. jaiuaaln, GEO. W.MALAMBRE, . Attorney at law, lATTO!. OHIO. WOPPICK -OnMalnllreat. n..rl. Court House. IJuneJth, IS61.I (III ffOBTH r of (he RMKTKINTH CKNTVKT. Ur, K. CONWAY' LINIMENTUM Kor the apeUy aud etWtuai cra ul RHEUMATISM I N preeeutlug the LlnWnentum to Hie publia as una i. tie bentaurj inostcurauvemedioioeaoftbaday. I do not whrobeundersiotMiasclaiuiing for it the power of irerfonning nhrd ol cures, i ut I do claim that lorallthepiiiposesof s KaallLY UMMkNT -i haa no equal. The Untmentum haa nf.T ER IltKJV KIVOWIV fa. I lll -lakailntf, where the diremions were carefully folleweJ nor. iuiIssamI. i lita..u .f .... ... r '. ' recommended. In nf ... .L a . , . W"u.a.,fi.B taillM IO t IIS f-jSj md oheel, cramps in the stomu., nomine, airtUjMiia. tinti at nil aaakraaa e.lir.... k r, iTH . -- arsvn,iMtiulttXeiUS,TrUrTeU nwt an'l handii. toorhasdie. ht.autau.i. i. . a chamii Tfitj i.inimentura ia the raaultof many years perse- ' ' i u"uw suioug us rax oi- aallenciae the paraiuoont virtues) of . AN EXTRAORDINARY PENETRATIVK POWKR. Which no other Liniment poise, and which is the seore ol ihe unparalleled auoeeaa which meeia iu Limrmentum whnrevMr it ia nal TRY JT ONVB.AND YOU WILL NBVtU HU .. - u.iu . .ui, oo cent, ana ft boltlea, witti lull direi bous for use, aud niaoulsc-rured only by fr. n.wnw.1, rro'r. . 'No. tJS Third St., Dayton, Ohio, feltdly mrc,"u" "u tlruggi.uarywhr. r i:mij tjim.1 k.i.. avsts A (ll ar i-sMnMI , J H al Oj TVZIZX. VI OJ VOUNO MEN'S MEOICAL ADVISER. GkA I'lllTcHIH advice gives llidi.ea.e.of th. Br voua, aeraiaal, urinary, and ..iu.1 rgan.,iotli ruporte ol the Weatvrn Uedlcal Aaaotuuloa, waioh are ..ul by mall in sealed envelopea, tree oi charge Hi. organiMtionwa. formed todi.pan n.w aod relietile freatmenl.and i. couipofed ol trie well knowu 1'hy.loiaua, to whom all letters must be directed. liBS. JACKSON, HKKBKKTA Co., OOd.wSm Boi IM, Otnclnnati, l b e. J. B. alLBSERT Sk. CO., WholeiuU.de.leT. In Vaemign and Uorntatlo Groceries and Liquors, Ntm.T.ANIi 78JKrPKRSON 8THBAT, OPI'OSITB MAKItaT HUUBK. , t.lt ..as. iiui. Western Real Estate Agency MC Wl eV KKL1.V REAL ESTATE AGENTS -al -iu T .---.aviuri j nojuiaing roilbU!. ana will aUo aegoiiaia loans ok al esist seeum tlrnntw. tllPthaaaa.l ..nri..w ... U .. . . n.. . ' P.- . . IZ "-""- m'-'H iiiii jniru stieeis Jitou, Ohio. Kauaw eob'jriird. lelW.wvu. Cincinnati TypeFoundry Printing Machine Works!! OhV and ronadrv, Ke. Ml via. straal, stove nth ' Cincinnati, Ohio. ' , r OHAaHH WKLUI, eor.lry samaritaiTbeeiiiTve, . How doih lh little l.n.y bee Improve tain akiwiig aenrf' And gamer hooey all the day, rroru every ep.au o.w. .1 I. VVA.!"J!JI,.M rvMir. lawi .otb . - ' , -7 7. ..tfiffnor 1. .ou of to. leu " " Will, ,500 REWARD mJt"'na!' ,D,. eu" prrl v. agauui . Any hlv. can at asv Itm. be ehaagl t. !,,. pi Bncl 4oli and reoei.o a plait and ilabor. tie woort.eut lor muuhK'Uiniui and uaii. AU erd.r. sk.uh be addleeMdre " ' HBTAH TYaOkf SlilSdaw Bos t Waatuagiea Oily, H.'o.