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' WEDNESDAY, JUNE II, 18S5.
Current News Items. Maximilian bat sent agents from Meitco lg Peris fur i, express purpose of explain'mi the critical state) of affairs in Mexico. Msii tuilian (it ia stated) speaks of the menacing attitude of ibv A nerioaoe, and fears Ibat war may be declared with United States. The French Government, therefore, has given tlie W.aMiigtiia Cabinet to distinctly understand tbat Mexico i voder the protection of France und no power will be allowed to attack it. All filiibustere entering1 Mexico are to be hanged of ilioi, without Ion of time or mercy. It will be area that lbs tone of the French Got' eminent i, drcidedlt energetic Tbe subject was diecutetd on the 8th, at length, in tbe Corps l.egialalif. Tbe OoTeroor of Idaho, Caleb Ljon, baa arrived ia Washington, being driren from tie territory by lb cit sens on account of bit position io relation to tbe removal of lb Capital. 1 Tba city of I'ortsrnoath, Va , haa been turned orer trr tbe military to the civil role. They hare been under military oontrol for tbe last four year. t Tbe transport Kentucky, with 1,200 Con federate troopa on board, on the 9th, ttruck a inag twelve miles below Shreveport, and sunk in three minutei. Two hundred livei were loal The Kngjisb paperi art disoassinff tbe terms of, Presided Johnson's Amnesty Proo Isolation. ' Secretary Seward, in noticing the revoce tiou by England and Frauct of the rights c' beligerenta, heretofore accorded to the South' takee occatloo to protest against the origiual act as unfriendly, and as not warranted by International law. '' , He expresses tbe right and intention of the United Slates to capture rebel cruisers, nnderVhataver flag they may be placed, and refusing to recognis the validity of any transfer that hrs been made. There is a large delegation Irom South Carolina in Washington, to consult with tbe President on reconstruction. The army will be reduced 100,000 men tbe coming year. President Johnson will recommend to Coo gresi retrenchment, as the means of return ing to specie currency. A. H. Stephens, In Fort Warren, it is stated, spends his time mostly ia writing a history of the rebellion. Current News Items. A Sensible Republican View. The Philadelphia Inquirer, a Republican Journal, id noticing the charge of the notori ous Judge Uoderwood, of Eastern Virginis, t'i the grand jury at Norfolk, to indict se cessionist! for treason, telling them that the terms of the parole agreed upon with Oenerel Lee were a "mere military arrangement, and can have no influence upon civil rights, or the persons interested," savs : "There are many who may regret that the terms of the parole were too liberal, in their judgment, but they muet recollect that they were approved by that goo4 man, Abraham Lincoln, in whose lojHtty, justice, and excel lent common sense tbe whole nation trusted. Tbe parole ia an act of the Government, which, being onoe agreed upon, must i,ot be dishonored by a breach of faith. While we look at our aids of the question, we must look also at the other, Had it been said to Lee and his soldiers, 'We parol fou now, but will have every one of you op for trial hereafter, hefoie the civil eourts.' they would have re jected such terms, and with bloody despera lion fought until they were annihilated. The war would not have been closed to day. Every rebel army would have been defiant, and many thousand precious lives of our soldiers wonld hare been sacrificed, while our burden of debt would liars kept on increasing with a frig httul acceleration We must look at this question not merely through the legal spectacles of Judge Underwood, but as a mat ter conaerniog tbe national honor. The Gov ernment is charged with the duty of enforc ing the Constitution and the laws. We should trust to its high officers, and we think that the voluuteer efforts of judges, who go out of their way to create sensations, should be gen erally discouraged." Hon to Reduce Our Expenses. Tba New Yo-k Tril.unetbus comments up on the subject of reducing our Federal ex penses. Part of ill plan is as follows i "We are very rich in cast iron. A good share of out monitors, gunboats, transports, Ac , are worth a tenth of their oost as pot metal, whila worth nothing leas than noth ingfor any other nse. Let e ich of these be sold at auction to tbe hi bast cash bidder. Some buyer will make bargains on particu lar purchases ; we shall make on every ves sel we tet rid of. The auctioneer can hardly be le drive at them too soon. If we could onlv include onr naval constructors, Chief and oiber engineers, Bureaus of Docks and Yards, Ao., Ac, we should do still better; but sucb bard bargains are not to be got rid of The? have as fast as the Old Man of the Sea had Siobad, and he will bold on " That is a pretty good compliment from the leading Kepablioaa paper of tbe country to the wisdom and efficiency ot the Republican Navy Department. , , Business ia rapidly recovering in tbe conn t'V back of Memphis. Tba crops ia Favette, Tip'oo andjShelbf Counties give a most cheer ful promise of large returai. They have had fine rains recently, and the cotton looks fine. The wheat crop is a full average, with much more corn and wheat planted this year than last. . Tba fruit cop also looks well, and ap plet, peart nod peaches will be abundant, Alexander H. Stephens. It is stated that Alexander II. Slenheui. ilateVi.e rrroident of tlie tjoutliern Con- fedetacy. has mad. application to Pre.5- dent John-on for . pardon. Th. cm of , . Mr. Sstephens is a peculiarly bard one. From the first lie opposed tlie eoceasion .movement, sua reslstea It until ttio last !. .u. rie. i . utviiic.ii. vi iicu vuuieueraie uvera inent was instituted, lie consented to go into it only with the hope that his position and influence might enable him to effect a .,. . , , reconciliation between the contending,. . , , . , 6 sections, and perhsp. bring about re- storation of the Union without a prolonged and bloody war. It is well known that laliored to this end, earnestly and Uilh- fullv. to the lat. H n nf .1,. . , vuumcran gov- eminent who held the conference with President Lincoln and Secretary gew(1 . """""'aend at fortress Monroe, and failing to accomp-; lish any satisfaotory results at that time j i . i . . . . discouraged and despondent, he retired to home in Georitia. determined In Inn nothing more to do with the Confederate government. Subsequently he was arrested on his farm in Georgia and taken to Fort Warren, where he is now confined. He is in very delicato health, and it is thought his continued incarceration will soon end his life. In his plea for a pardon, the Statesman nays : "Be refers to Horace Greeley's opposition to measures of compromise witb which Demo crala and Conservatives undertook to avert Secession and War, and to bis advocating the extenalou to the South of permission to with draw peaoeably from tbe Union. No doubt that this advocacy exercised powerful influence on the Southern mind. The Southern dsodIb knew that Mr. Greeley wielded immense power : . v. - r 1 1 . i . . a inn nepuorcsu party, i.eauing Republican journala echoed hie views. They saw and heard these echoes, and thev drew from them the conclusion tbst tht incoming Admtnitra- tion or Abraham Lincoln would allow thsm to withdraw from the Union quietly. After the passions of tbe people become sufficiently cool to look at matters in a dispassion ite manner, mey can not tail to be very sensihlv impressed with the fact, that the utterances of the Republican press contributed largely in precipitating the Southern people into rebellion. Alexander H. Stephens. The Democratic Press Generally Acquiesce. The Democratic Press throughout the country generally acquiesce In the Presidents "reconstruction" policy as enunciated through his North Carolina anj MississiDpi Procla mations Now, why caonot the Administra tion Press do the same thing T In that way they can strengthen and encourage the Pres ident Slatuman. The disposition of the Democratic press to sustain the constitutional action of Pres ident Johnson, in his "reconstruction" policy, in one of the most enconraging signs of the times. It betokens, more than any other fact, the future peace, prosperity and happiness of the country- On this subject, the Democrative press and party occupy occupy a truly conservative, patriotic position. They have thus far come tip unitedly and manfully to the support of the President in his efforts to restore the "Union as it was and the Constitution as it is. bo loon at lie contiuues to pursue the course he has already begun, he will receive the support and co operation of all good citixent, no matter to what political organisation they may belong. And, we ask, with the Statesman, "why cannot the Administration press do the same thing t" They know that this is the only way to establish the t old basis of union and peace. Why, then, sfiuold they persist in efforts that can only lead to future aud continued discord and anarchy, merely far the sake of elavating the negro to political and social equality. We can not believe that their insane and fanatical policy will receive the sanction of the great mass of the American people. It is not only suicidal in itself, but repulsion to every dictate of self-respect, reason and humanity. General Sherman on Suffrage. A rynopsis of one of General Sherman's late speeches, at Chicago, thue atatea his views on tbe nsgro-suffrsgt question : "Advertiog to the negroes, who had been made free, he said that the Government would require to institute some system of labor, in order that tbe lands of tbe Sonlh might be cultivated. I Applause. 1 He wanted tboae'who had been in tbe South to bear tes timony to the condition of these freed ne groes. His own personal opinion was that thev were not tilted for the elercise of tbe franchise. (Loud cheers) He wanted them to ttet a fair piice for their labor to own and cultivate the lands; but he did not think they were fitted to take part in the legisla tion of the country. (Renewed cheering.") 1 he General, therefore, sustains the policy of the President against tht Radicals, who art making war upon it. A Mobile uaper chronicles the arrival in that city of General Beauregard, and remarks that "the happiest leaiure of the week was the kind attention shown by the Federal offi cers in this district to tbe paroled Confederal General Beauregard and staff, who arrived here yeaterday and left for New Orleans on Friday. 8ucb conaidsrata action dors a great ti is ivuiutb mi etiug- irom iaa SnlOas Oil these brave but misguided men, Characteristic Letter from General Sherman. , nainign, orio varonno, ana tnougn considerable time haa elapsed since tbe letter I WM m,1' V'", events wLiih bsvt since "PJ. Sh.rm.o alludes, have increased in no small measure ., , ... ... , the interest with which the letter will be ' per,u,d It is as follows . ; M.jotGeneral Sh.ro.an, in April last, wrote fe"""'"le '"VJ"'''' 10 , ? "! ih Ch,"m" ' I '""''l lee on Arms, Trophies. Cnrtostles, Rslics and Autographs, for the Chicago Sanitary Fair. ! h Wss sent from the haedquarlait of the Military Division of the Mississippi, in the c.u u..t:i. V...1. ... . "RALEIGH, N. G. April 20. i Vime B. Bradwtll, Chairman of the Cbm he niitee on Armi, Trophiet, etc, Cliieajo: MrCh O'd did not reach me till yeaterday. I tbink you will appreciate my motive when I 1"7 ''' .Pr o"Kh' ot to gather or trophies of war to even a Sanitary Com- mission. My mind and attention are so ab i,orbed ln olher matters that I hardly pause to I gather the thousands ol little tokens that j would realise a sum of moner that would re his lieve the wants of msnv a widow and oroban I "IkSi: Owing entirely to my erralio life ot the past fnur months, your letter of 1' "Z.1' C'U'- "Hut I I.-yo already sent to my wife, who seems deeply intercepted inyoorFair, a few articles, and will send a oircular to some of my officers, who may have collected some thing of interest, so that io the end, without promising much, I may be able to contribute a little to ihe advancement of a cause io which I teel much interested. "But there is something unseen, unheard, and nut susceptible of sale, that 1 will gladly contribute to you all. I will so direct tbe mighty lores at my command, that the war shall oease, and the catalogue of widows and orphans will begia to lessen instead of in creasing, and, better sliil, will soon send to their homes the noble fellows from tbe mighty Northwest not lame or sick, but brswnv and hardened in tbe open air, with broad chests aad strong arms, and a love of home and country intensified by their long absence. If I can only enable them to reach Chicago oetore your fair closes, tnev will ne as hbeal witb their greenbacks as a sailor of his money, and I will thereby contribute as much st if I were to send you a cart load of broken shells old mnskets, or other war trophies. "W. T. SHERMAN. Major General." A, II. Duolevy one of the original Abo litionir'e of Warreu county, publishes an ar tide in the Lebanon Star, in which he op poses the hanging of any of the Rebols. lie says : My opinion is, that we should not hang any of them. Their execution will neither render treason more odious nor operate as a terror to such rebellions hereafter. Rather, with those who cherish that monstrous her esy, that leceetion it the right of a State, the execntion of their leaders would only be considered a noble martyrdom for a great principle, ana would rattier canonise them than explode secession. Tut Crops There never was a time when the croakers were not beard, and as usual this sensco they are clamorous as hull trots. Yet, after all, nature is kind to us. The promise of an unusual yield is quite favora ble. Along the counties bordering the cen tral line ol Illinois, wheat, corn and potatoes never looked better. On Tuesday of this week we saw, in Madison Coootv, fields of wheat within a day or two of sufficient matu rity lor the reaper. Late rains have enlivened the whole tier of counties along the range neiween ins Alton and Terre Haute and Ohio and Mississippi Rtilroads. An nnnsual breadth of land haa been Dlanted in corn. and although it ia somewhat backward, yet it is of good color, and under the reviving influ ence of lata abundant rains will spring for ward with a celerity almost apparent to the naked eye. Springfield III ) State Register, A horse wna frishteund to death Intel in Birmingham, Enuland, at the aiht nf a camel New Advertisements. FURTHKH NOTICE TO THE TAX PAY ERS OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. THOSE owing laiee that wfradue on the th mat oan y tha ama betwaan tbia and the Sn day of July ait without penalty. Alter that tune tha St V lima ia thaofnnw iasMttinv horl t nn.i aorord n y. mjioa, juna sum iBus. JONA. KKNNlv. jail tt Montgomary Uounty, Ohio. b A t: Ml " Of Philadelphia, Pawn'. nSi".l? S White Sw.lling, Dr.p.Mi,. ph, VJI'hthl-io, Browhtis, Bcorlnla. Lif.r Oomolamt rumor, iLdammatorr RhMinaiism, sore F.e, K t. Taltar. Ertaioelaa. HL Vim. n..... .,., r...-....' and ' ' ' ' " ALL SECRET DISK ASE8 1 1 Will remain lor a few daysat tha PHILLIPS HOUSB. om no is. ' room jell :d NOTICE. firAIlT ROLANrt tflrea notice that she will apply Ivl ' Onv rnor Brough tor th pardon o' Thnma. A Hopains, oonvotedat tha M.rch lertn 18BII, ol Common Pleas lourl of tins County, for kidnapping and swntenod for seven yeara. June, iuth ISM. 51 MART ROLAND. BARBARA BOWMAN'S ESTATE NOTICK la hereby st'en that tha undmlgnad this day appointed and unalifl-d t, k ru er-ol the estate Bsrhera u,. w. toaaT) county, Ohio, deceased. e0 3tw n niiwmAS, IMV1D BOWMAN. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICK is herehy flees that Ihe underlined baa been duly .ppointrd and qualified u tt tutor ol theea a eo'H.nry Mtsner, lata of atnnl.oirery oounlv, Ohio, deceased, on the eth dsv or m.. ia JeJjU BASIL EL W. BTtlTHNAH."' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE NOTIC1 la herehv given that I) ,. rm,Bt, iiin of Rnr J r.ra.J,H. . . "l erv eonnty, Ohio, rfeeeaeed, haa VeVapeotulVdZd (iisllfle4 diatnistratr x of hie estate, I rm"l. June U.J lsSA .)' " LOWB A slAUKRTH, Alt;'.. Agents Wanted. TtvnrsniBri...i.ui. - u. ......... D'PineSS ere.e wiui swinp enoioeea ror psrtmua--a mo. i V. CANIJCLAAGD., "Stalioa " New York P. O. Real Estate Agents. n:.i ri APrpi.ru ate. REAL ESTATE AGKMS. Ofloi S23 Third Street, North St, (Opposite Town Clock ) TT fUlt, Flat F !' nr. oeur ed hy Msra. Davlea at wo , wtn mncntnsTr, nun m nrr t o ni. A trtk tmu. cor of Brown an.i Ann Ht .It MO I aniWatranse o on Hop")" ,rt l 1 two A -ionM" frm hniift no Walnut ir ( fc.r4'0 A l-r fln brick hout rn Fm-t trt..... XVW A hf'.-k h"tl-anr1 mt ID Mumi Vt A rlctiM frm hour on Ffth trt .hv0 A frm sotieiB hou- nn Wlkinnon "r ' 1H"0 A fcfii of 'A wtMi wl1 Irum nytoo ,.......Viti A mTm n' '4 orn, T irtii,t fm Pon ?v A fhrm of .v irr-non Nre-nvHI R R S7!W A furrn til frt Dr O-nmnntown., l"o 17.170 i treit, lot 60 m.IW A r.tf"t fi-ftm hm os Quitmiia n nuu ., A tsriflt hmi n Fi th ,twal, Mo 'iTl 8 W A form l' tviri milt north of Brown's -ltioa WfMOri R k. nn Twin urtiftk well impro"xi.. .10000 A 'nr-n ,( ncten 3 m.lw torn Lavon on Fon pik 18M A fln furm S r il from I4?on .M..loOuO M'm r.u CflMs-KAwith IWkw, hp A t ft'l fc-m wll improvvM ftdJolnit)i( Libert? 7 mils from mi, "twap. tYHMiofj lulu In t pr o th f-tf 'or fti.!ohftp er1w LRNTZ A APPLIOATtt, ft. C. A. Undertakers. r. w. . , w.yfa. HERS & WAYMIRE, Suoctiiora to JT. R, WAOOIERf Undertaker, 341 Tltlrd Street, . DAYTON, OHIO, R aP ooDiUnt It on hnd, all hlodn of MUho Burial 0m, and ''fwitatii. Wilo moufactur all kind of WoodOnffiii ant CtnlcM nf th moat approrad tiy, all of which we kepconotantly hand. Wacill partioular atti-ntinnjlo tht PATENT CORPSE PRESERVER 19 iJJ" ;f ,?. 'IV1 Whioh is tha hast invention or tha ae, for Pre. servini the body for truuportaU ja, Vaults, or for the arrtrsl of absent ones. Paring had an experience ot several years In tha business, wa flatter ourselrea wa oan auit the most faitti'ltous. mtziam. BER WAYMIRE. Medical. HA V'KOreslsned m position In thU. a. Nsvy, I hsve resumed the practice o Mdi-ine and Biirgery at mform-r resi.lenos, 30ft Fifth street, second door from Jeffarson. . I t. McILHESNT. Dayton, June HI, 1SSS -dtf. For Sale or Exchange. TBI Residence and farm on Ihe ghakertnwe road, opposite the A-yMim. eoetafninvnbont 85 acres, irostle in (rs, with an abundanee ofchoira Tn-it of all kinds, Qrspee. Berries, ., So. A ne.t mod ern huilt rtwelllns House, wall situate in Dayton, Will h taken in partpsvment. Alan rwn aood young horses for sale. a Apply en the premises, or addrera H. O. STnBMS, Bos 8S4, P. O. Dayton, May at. 16o..iUw. PIKEVII H01SE, Third Street, Dayton Ohle, A. SPiyo, Agent. fT18ia hotel has recently been opened, and is nre. i pared lo accomodate travelers and the pill lio PHILLIPS HOUSE. DATTOt, OHIO. THB above well k own Bonse, h'vlng recently rba-ged ha d, Is now open, end nndergome ex. Jens'vealier tion-and mprorsmrn'sfor tease omo. dstinn of tha trate lr publln. Ne pains wi'l be B aredto make the Phi lips Hon-,,, ha'etolor. IB ova y respect, a FIRST CLA5S m'TRi. J. T. BABKER, frop'r "W -ir.eu. .1.1 rr -J , ' " vi 1 ifl Piano Fortes. TBE BOAHD3IAH, CRAY CO., PIANO FORTES. 0. J. WILLARD, Wholes aalw Agent, N. 64 T Broadway, New York. DS30RIPTIVR PBIOB Lt8T.-lnna tat, 1S .6. Piano Fortes in rich eases highly finished, made of in.Hin.i, oereiuiiy selected and preps rei All have l heir p. lent Insulated Iroa rim and rrama lost in ona pieoe), with ovsrsti ng scales making them the p-nvu .uu nurnoie aiown ana a-puuiellr a laptedt warm ctlm itea. All are finished with alt large round corner, front and back alike. Centre pi anoe. r Large sizes, Rich Rosewood Cases, Elegant Ij finished, Uesvj powerful tone, io. All large Round Corners complete flnlih, back sud fiont. Ssven Octaves, Nw Seals A. to A. (Pstant Iroa RIt.) rand Square, TX OoUvaa do., A. to 0. . I 600 Ornamental finish carved legs, all around Cor ners. Hasan "cures, Mew A. Scale (Patent Iroa Blm,) e S'lC Grand Square, 1 Octaves do.. Scale A. to 0 t M Carved legs, ornate finish, serpentine Mold Inga. Gsand Buuara OcUvea, (Patent Iron Run,) . I 600 Rich 'arved legs. Beaded and serpentine Moldiugs. Grand Square, t Octaves, (Pataul Iroa Rim,) . f So SMALL PARLOR PIANOS. rVhl, ROUND. UF.l.LOW TONS EASY AA'D Elastic tovcu-kirgant ai or. NAMKNTAL IN AWtABAACB. Tha six anda third Cvtavaaara Svereet eight Inches Ion , and two Iretnl.ie lu. hit wide. Tha savea oo. teyea are six fret li ng, aod three f a wide, outside. All large round corner?, finished back an 1 front. Vo. 1 Sir and a third Orlnvu, Scats Ft t A, Rith R"K. vnva ts, dnm Ji.- f . f xao -" "" Out, (ra Hi ) B aUG, I C . o6 CVCRY PltlO XVAHKASITS-D TO tiivi; ptuiiirT tAiini Atfioji, Tuoina Hsmmerssnd rorks. Muswal In-irumenta i e,,U."tw:iert:'.Mn.T";i Ho";., ioZT. maker a tnatena a 1 1 all ai-.ae, aa tn - .., nn,... Uh.n Anl.r.1. . 1.... .... , O.J. WILl.inri. jevdewtf SST Broadway, Maw York. Government Loan. United States fw ja mm m 11 g SJ TM I w A I THIRD SERIES. $230,000,000. iJ ,. . fjr aulborltj or tba Seoretary of the Treasury, the undnrsivnrd, the Oaoeral iibcrtption Aa:nt ror the s-lsnfUi.lt States BXmritlee. aflera to the nubile lh third oeriat or Irwurr Not, b-irion tTn ir. J threM-tnthn proi lnirMt pirnaum, known 'tath fy0 T" A Tvrr ' Jjyx.il T--)notfifiiir0lMuMuadwrdrMiof July 15, idea t l r iBhl6 thr3w ypm from (hnt iUtt In ourrea cy or aracnpTariMa at theoptton of tha bolder into . U.S. 6 20 8ix Per Cent. GOLD JiKAUIVbi vmm. "o- p"-. ana are exempt, aa are all t-e Q-T.rnmrnl Bonds, "from Stat, fbmtu, ant Afun'ctpat taxation, Kkick nidt from om to fares wr tent narnaaum to tMr eofus. ac. oordioa to tha rate 1 .tied upon o'her property. Tbe ' 'I intereat ia payable semi-annually oycoupons attached to each note, which may be cut on and told to a y bank o- hanker. The Intereat at 1-iO per cent, amounts to Ona cent per day" on a ano note. Two cents pur day- on rt too note Ten cenle par day on a t300 nau. Twenty ccnta perday on a tlOOOnote One Dollar pr day on a 5000 note Notes of.all the denomination named will be promp'ly furnished unon receipt of sub-ennt'ona. The Notea of this Third Series are precisely aimilar inform and prlrilegea to the Boren Thirt as already sold, except that the Government reserve to Itaelf the option of paying interest in gol i coin at s per cent, inateadof 7 .1 llllhs in currency. Sitbtrihere will deduct the interest in currency up to Juiy loth. at tha lima when they tuacrilie. Thedslivnry or tin notes of this third series of tlie .Seven thirties will commence nn tbe 1st ef June, and will be made promptly ant continuously after that dato. The slight change made in the conditions of this TII1RD HKRIKSaflMta only the matter of Intereat. Tha payment in gold, If made, will be equivalent to the currency interest ol tha higher rate. The return to specie paymenta, ln the event -o which ony will the option to pay intereat tn Qoid be availed of, would to reduce and equaliaa pricihtt pnrchaaae made witb six par oent. io (sol I, would be fully equal to those made wiih eevan sod three tenths pr oent li currency. This ia lHKOHLYI.OA!l IN ITIAltKET Now offered by tr e Government, an I its superior ad' vantagea make it the Great Popular Loan of the People. I,-ss than t&IO.OOi ooo of the Loan, authorised by Congreaa, are now on tha market. This amount, at the rate at whioh it ia being absorbed, will all be aub- acrib- d r rwitnia sixty days, when tbe notes will tm donbtedly command a premium, as haa unirormly been the case on closing the subscriptions to othur Loans. In order that e tlaena of every town and aeotion o' tha otiutrymsyboatforJed facitiiies fortak.ng the loan, tha NatioLa' bank. Slate banka and Private Banketj throughout tha oountry haro generally agreed tor eel e aubaeriptiona at pa-, tubsarineri will eelent their own agents, la wcom thoy hav oonfi-jenes.and who only are to be responsible for the delivery of tha notes tor whi thih-y receive timers.. JAY COOKE SUBSCRIPTION AQENT, PmLtBsirnii. atsylA.lSM Subacriptloua will be received hy First National Hank, Dayton', Second National, Daytou i Dayton National llama ; V. Vlntera V Hon ; Itsrtkaan ck Gorman ! first National Bank, liermtnlswn Plq tin National Bank, Piqaa I first National Bank, Bprlngneld I first National Bank, Troy; flra National Bank, Xenial Second National Bank, Xenla. mio 3m tw i I Medical. M. HITLER A CO.. Bftva permanently cpeocd m MEDICAL INSTITUTE, ffrom their rnua offlot at Detroit lo DA1TOX, OHl. Forthaspau'youre of Ohromo DisMifi, tuoh u Intsurtftiory Bhcumatumi liiver OoaipljQt, ristula, OkQcaiat, 4C. Alio, HkXOAL AND SEMINAL DlPEASEi, Such a Oonorrha, Ole?t, Mvpttif, Utrina Umor hK. l TH"iDorrhH l.ucorrhf aOUrrh ofllifj Blad dr, una nil o'ber atrlintion c the Unnry apisAra-ua. H I'RIU i UrtKrt ttt.nmodic ao i Vgai.i.ug 3lricturi oureti b? a new rouim w.lh-ut pnni. PR. HITLKH is well Itaown throuifhout the coun tryan traioc,t Phyiio'iuj, aid hM i ai iwcmy. thrae y r' wxpvVteuc- a i r"u v pra 'dtiooer. pprfion-ault ntt at Dr. U.'a offl -a, or eitiui lor pick affMorMediuiu. my rly on hit aiuraoiitj oluocd- dntia -e--rM, with implicit Unh, and fjipvt no nif. c thn to ha onad .ith a fair and mutually sattnfw.torff r.m Pf raikn for aervk. ri uder, U Uttl ..i.tiln. nrarl .. ha, th- h i i.i ... onll and sells y themselves. Persons mav tontu't lir ally O' at his Bo, which IsS.it. Day'on O lo fonaultauoo hy letterOne Uoll S. Peraoaally, or . athisutnce.nee. Uem.mbe th. ..an a ' , L.H.M BITI.KB CO. t. o BoxeMl, Cleeg's Ha,l, Tlu.a atreet. En- huv. Inn... I..I Unnn. - . trance to naiD hail. Hoom o s um Uoursftom A. St., to P. M. itiaaly. BUTTER AND EGGS. JF you want good BUTTIR, go io 8CUDDER & BROTHER, Cortae lactad aud Webster Sts, DAiTON. .L , , They always Lava tha b-st nice and lra-h. mJM 80DDDER BHOTBEB. 1 WTIOVAL Sl.00, lOas ws Ixtn atreet, Cln. 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N ntltnss can trill sncfMrut whkh is rn foundnl on a ral fl!nwM- of things Thn r Ida ml orsolj mut harint t 'ic tnr ant supply m pohtia wsnt rtui'i's isMtitnaf O'n llir rtn trsnnf a tv.r Is. int. or thn Tik. of trmin, or m m nrien.ion and displav, will b onlv apparent and. tn lli-nl, but rte ; enn a lhaop-r tor and h -an wio tru-t h'm. Rut If an arllcle suniitim a iiulill.1 want anil Umr nie'ts Its reannaMa -xpollions, Its .uns and vrnanU alnct on t m rij a n,ikti"n oftim Itmay bn i msrdrd bj vrwa tnflu-n:fit or ped bv prusparlra ' sa1. nit tn tnn end it is 4,ir'' to wm. i HttMF IKBr'N HtR 'PTIIIU St'B'UFIC h d th.lrorunoin wtu Dublin wnt. mwiminns fur H ttioomnion wauia ai nilantd I fe cur titfs that C,,,h",h',;r. X?.':.'n'oTL;,w,"h.,,7 tflkc rouitl nn h mi loin th. 1mmi(ui. n hnr tiimi m ph u-thn with tmpipntr. Di no effl -nt t' nM miaht rty ijpon tSm w th Brtft'tv. Mti'lifhy htvp p-ovs'l 'fhonnftn n of r-rti'liei ui thom dmlr lorIMhAlmiH aud pncknfi"i of hf , nn . rmr!jr - htm HafrinmlT "ii'k. fr ttve nt d i. n I . Dhmhitn h"n''v m ne'lrt, .v8o-trjd .bno'lh r (, and upon whioh t'ty har npnt hundreds l:i aio, and am.me the m liions wb use tlrem, o-ne are iuitnUtoquSMUon their purityoratn j. Ml lv i or u tila' nrMHIt'9 onmb'im Nil i in si i . !. of tn .s. o iirjupthio trflsttmeDt, without ita mt K'toyor uitoertaiutT ThT ttp.'v,r.UnC;';,r:.yo,h:;.r xxri evrv oomn ivablo mwner. n t thev hare h.n en. dor.et und nwomm -nded in ill. h'xll st terms by "' '"" """ woo ami, use .nem. With a rase tn your boni. you my prTtnt n 'icnM, prvent tiitrtrinir, p-T(nl ptu-a, aud Iom of t tn or th nhildrn h in; tha M(a,.ft( nr hcrrt F.r, or Whooping (tough, or aTn F'Trrr, b uiingpraraotireniDthaafte Vou may cureyour Children Of Croup, or Colirt, of To .tnvth. or llpaii!h. or Slw pl. Brins-n, or SiiT'rinr fr m re-tlilnK.or Worma, r Id lipnt-tHn or Wtt.n.j th Ba I, c CiUrn, or Mp, tir Whoonlnfii OfiiJKli, or Barlat Tir, or llt(h r a,rr a Hui Cold, or H iirianaa, or Hunning orthn Rnra and 4tnriafi -r vran -Wrofula, aa thou a hli tit hAT dorm und do daily, Vou maycurt younell Of 1Tcdachv, Wain tftomach, or iDdlgftatlon, or HtlliouBoppi, or aurrh, or a Had Uold, or Sira Throat, or HotrronfNiia or livir Complaint, or P.lat or Uoufftipntion or Rh-u i. ciarn, or or rr Wank If yet. tr rtnlt hhaum, orKdnt-y Diafa, orOaarl DflHlity.or t?r -d AHthmei, wiih the.sa HppciBnj NO r A IPAM IT who ha Tor hv oui ofthaa Fmtiy ' of KuHPHacra' Hiicirirg, hut wouU gira fl ra time tta cost, rn her than ba about it. familt canes. C m of Sfi iir Id morocco, and Boik of Dirprt'-cn. '.,., .$I0 00 Cafoof 2f Urfc i-li, in in'irottuo, and Hook.... 00 Case ol t0 1 tra tiIh, io moroooo anit Book. . on Caine of ao W',r rials, In plain t air, and Buok,,. 6 on JrA of Id hoifln (o Ho 16) and Bo. It g vo Oaia .1 any mx boioi (No 1 to 16), and Duok... 1 U 1.1 HT OK IIUlTlPIIREYfS SPECIFIC Homeopathic Remedies ! TO BS POUND IM FDI.L H m, xxx ily O a at e m. Not i Cures Fever, CongAitirn, and nflummiilon j Haul Pain, Rait-'?-nnfi and (he n.ai atagoa ol all acmo and infl .inm-tnr' di-paiM u -o, 9 Cure W oriu Fever, Worm Coiin, VoTiu;t..u a . iwnt w t i.ig thePed 24 No. 8-Curee Colic, Tre(hir0, Cry.n aud U aKeiUnvaB, hi ,w Growth, aud Ksjpilf nfMS of Infmt- la fto. 4-Curea Diarrhura, of Chndrou r Aduua, (Jliuioia. m auiuin, and Hummer Onm lant , u ti B Nob 4 a d A cure tha worat ca0j of Ohronic Difirrhoaa No. a Cures Dyaenterrt ar Bloody hut, coi.o Unp n.a, ti lioua Colic. Fall Uyaentery M ft No B-Curei Cholera, Cholera Mn, uuh, NauavM, muJ Vuini. n , .a hmat- ic B eath nir No T-Curei Coughs, Oi Ida lloarntjuara, Bruuuiihin.ii hum a nd 8ora Thnai g N. H. Thi anil No I never ta 1 to Cure Uia woratOultlHwinH (Jmia a. io- 8- Cures Toothache, Faeeaf-he. at rvouira'n and tio 1.1 tui .,, 25 IS. B, ' l a ur d 'h'tu n df o r-ais No.O Cures Headaches, t)!rk HeKdutie, VeitidOi l.uli oi hlu t to tba Head 24 N. H. in at.Tiiaiiou wiiho. lu.it never fula tooureih'm in tfr.te No. lO-Cures Dyspepsia, W?a:, A- iu, or Upran. ei otunioii, i aui atxn. I.irer Cimpliit.t, or B fitia Condition 5 N. li a Liat,B'orall "jwo. of Wak Outturn lion an t H lions CompUi ta No 1 1 -Cures Suppressed in e uses or a:a ty, or f- niul, ir u nfiu iiati b.ua.. ne No 19 Cures Lrucorrhea or White. , , bearing Do it too Pi ftn 'ho No 13 Cures Crotin. Ho trse Croup- Cou(h, Lirt1ci,li nud vui retard Brsathit4 v it S4 Onirttv rru. thins, ovrsi p, Jan, M.aid Ji wi. Bar oar n. rim iponn "an' . IVOs Iri-Cnrfil Hhnmiintlum. Pain. Lau.rtHf-, oroor- ut-sa to .he Clival, liok, muri.nr s i! mm r -cin , t No IO Cures Fever and liruis. In'ftrmtttaut KttV r, Iminb -vitue, jn inva..ttnita aiuM so . He-It aUllS IlkS aOharm. bllh . at nra..r.L. Iraaoucur No. 1T-Cures Piles, Internal or Kit. roiol, Bi.id ur hue IVrenl M. B Thiar ma'dy has cured thousands 'aiLi.s. 60 WOrtl pOMihla-Mrllsa nv is-funres vpniDaimia. wmc or i nnma-j bas ur u,yt li io, atilDg or w-a B'gnt u N. b It may I y rn ti nn or aoura. No ID-Cures Catarrh. Acuta or rhmn o, Dry or atoalug tjoiu in tha Si r-t'i , imiv-'in-, ( NO SO-CureiWllBOBlniT tf'AaasrH . 60 thort umand p il.atnM t, or ,-Miuudic;ouMh. ftO IV B. tt ta m'alJib e, and always rahavea and, cures. NO.ei-Cures Asthma. Oppres-ad, Uittl ult, Lauoiad orenU.i g, Oough idi rjne tinrii'B fx M. P Hn"drvla haft- tn nrH r i. No flU-Gurai Ear Dlarharva. hoi bp id thj ilea i, linpstireii HtasJ-ing, ivars.uiia. 641 No iia Cures hcrafula. Enlarcad . lauds, auu iottail , b-jjii g. BtiJ Old Uls'Prsj,...., ,,,, , see, as ",,,. e XV B MMf'tiTd the worm e No. ft A tJatres (iBnarnl rriitw. Physical or ervou w . mk ' vinirf arli..r.i.T...r,. Ti.rst., ZZ 9 F,?n t'i, L0" fUn"d bh' 1 ,ut', wUh ocan 1. rT fc:: iiV- rrOtUoii. V -r'H-O . " H- n V mi' g no la-tarsi wrtsw tanu... an S'il.v"t.l. ??TM.,? f "mrT Inrontlnenc. i..V...l? ' ,00''"1uut''"'yu'"'l1. J iwava en'r' 1 t1 I alwav. I'lir--" SO No. 31 Cures Painful nenatruatloss I ritalioit of Femsles H H taoialiaeaeh.rm No 89 Cures Hulferlngr at Chance o oLt Ce, Irraau'arltlea, Vlushas ol Uuat, Palpitation, and evn I)I"bb of the He rt No a3-CuresNDasuis andionruiri, ipil()sj or Kalltrg-Biuki.tt, ( hurra or at. Vi tus' lanoej Jerainvs. Tiitrhliffs Hysteria 1 No. 34 Cures llintlisrUe or Ulcerate'! r tial gusnt Sore i itro.t These Ileuiedles by Jflall or Ex pres. aarwa end thvaa remadlra. hf the s)s;!e box or full owe, o snr isrt of tha ettntMp, by Mail or Ei. pres-s, free of charg on roe rt of the i rice. Mlce una c-e of whst k nd vou choose, and an ot'ia' the amount m a current aula or stamps. byj our a id res-, si r 7 ' No. 569 Mroadwar New York, and ire Mai n ne wi i ira aiy returned by Ma I or Enres.,'ree..f char e. ft notKH-tarstBorsiasQiaar Kor sale hvsll t e 'as ini Tealars In Madloioaa tnrniishout th iounrv. and hy av t w. ur. STrwmT. ISw ..l . ,m...n,o..io. her. ar,er .hou , ba addr-Jos. J,? HCMPBKI.H'btJtomc ouieopathla nedlolae Conaoana j ti Broea.a. T i i hi h it w I i; il