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fne Iirul riruiilatea fro. of pole IU Mon" omery county. Payment in ndrauce in aili'me-i.". , JOB PBINriNO. Of every deanrintion executed on Steam Presses, ia limp Ire tlullding. IIO Malu atreet. DAILY MMPIWK. week, (payaMe to Carrier mail, per annum, lo ad vunco.. WEEKLY UMPlHB. Dry Goods. GREAT REDUCTION P K I O B S I 1ST DRY G00J)S. JQHNW.DARST, ,'', '. (James Pernna's old Htand.) Corner of Second and Jefferson streets, DtAltS IH . Prints, .. ;., nj- t MarkaeVDoavn. Bleached cottons, ;y v. - Marlcexl Down. Brown Sheetings, ,' -Dress Goods, Marlcecl Drrwti. Parsons wUhing to purobaae Dry Qools, will (tad hia.arnr ohannefor , -t, . O x- t BnrRAlni! it, . i . ' 7a CARPETING, u FLOOR OIL CLOTHS '. OABPBT CHAINS, maCTdBm fco., .rt. Undertakers. k&zvL. VIZ W. !. . J. B. wmi. BERK 1 & ' WAYMIRE, .r--.,i Ruooeniors to - J. K. WAtiOMMt, irndermkers, 341 Third Mreet, DAYTON, OHIO, ,, Knepoonatanllron hmf,"all kimirfofM.tirlio Unrial Oa-ea, and R.keta. Wealo m.nufacturi, nil kinili of Wood Coinn ant Oaeketi, nf tlie mo.t annroveu style, all of which we keepooiWtimtly o haul. ( Wacift particular attentiouto tlia ,"' , ' FATK.tT rottPSE pnF.nf.iivi;u Whinh ih tha' beat tUTenflon nf the'are,' for Pre- aer.ing the body for tnnapurtati ,0, Vault.,, or for the arriv.l of ah.ent ones. Ha. ng had an experience ot aeTernl years In the biiRine', we flatter our.elyes vs cap suit the most ..,,. Piano Fortes. i BO Alt DM AN, GRAY ' 4c CO., PIANO FORTES. 0. J. WILLARD, W1iVi'fale" Attent, S4T Browa., New Tark. Rf, DKiOHIPTIVIt PRirm lilHT. June lt, Ikks, 'Piano Fortes In rlchcaaes highly Hni.h.d,' made bt -materiel, carefully aelaoted and prepared 'All ham ' their p 'tent inulated tro ; rim and vrame (ca.t in one plane), with o.eratong acalea making them the 1 moat perfect nd durabl. kiown and a pecially Hant.dt warm cllmttea. ' All are flniah.d with all ' arge ronnd oornsra front and back alike, Centr.pl- AOS. Larue sizes, Rich Rosewood Cakes, Elegar,, ly fiDnhed, iisayy powerful tons, &o All Urge Round Corners complete flnith, back and ,.i j i i front, w r. Sel.rt Ontar.l, Hew goal. A. to A. (Patent Iron Rim ,5 Grand uai,7Htaa-t A. , : 600 Ornamental finish carved legs, all around Cor- Boren nctayei. New A. Scale (Patent 'Iron Rim,) a rand Square, 1)i Octaves do.. Seals A. to 6. - 1 5W Carved legs, ornate finish, serpentina Mala1 ,: ., ..... ,n"'. -r : :. Osaad acusx. Ctam,raMBtIroii Sim I aoo Rich , carrsd legs, BeadeiJ and.. J erpentiQeJ Holdings, . , rand Square, 74 Octarea, (Patent Iron Blm,) - 9 fts , small. PARi.onrnxos. FtVZ.fi, ROUND MELLOW TONKEAHY kD &LASTIV Ilii'ii-KhKfAcir AD OH , u liAMHSTAL iN Ai t RtRANCH Tho tix nd a third Octuri re At font eight fnoh od . nu pro met nut) luciif- wiuo. J nr ft? veil oo HTnr"ii IVt IrniKi nd tfirtMi f wide, nuUide, All isrg ruuDU oornani, ouisnsu rnton mi irom. Ha. 1 Six and a third Oetava, Scott Ft A, Rich ! wood Casts, (iron Mm) '. . 3M V Orfovu, Rich Rotmxd Coaai, (7rit At Seal C. t V. tut '. , r ' 'V Ih.i, I I !. . XVERY P1AWO WAIIK4!VTKI to UlVt: PCKt'UCT SAllht ACilON, Whole.ale Agent for Piano Btnols. Tuning Bealee, rnoing riaiomera ao4 Fork... Mttsictl , IntAinieaia and Musi al Mar than li.e of all kiuda. piano Forte naaket e materiulM uf all kind., Ae , ao., Au,, all at the oweat price.. When ordered, ptM, giro date Viruuiar. auur.,1 an uruer.. ' ''O.J.'vAXAltrr,' " .i M7 Broadway, -N. Yorsr. eedawtr VOL..U DAYTON. OHIO: FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 1865. NO. 288. .l .ii I! I . ( - Ay ....... Ol' '''v T'VV -J f nl Railroads. Monday Morning, May 8 THE ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, WILL commence Itunoing on. Throug.i Ti.io between CinoiniiMti and the -. BASXSBK - CITIES, Parsing thr.ugh the orlebraied Oil Regions of Pennsylvania. Lea. Dayton at 10:46 a m. rriTe:46 p m. ThaEoffinex. Oar., and other equipment!! of thla Line, are entirely new, ot th" moat modern, subetaa ti.t an t approved d-wripiiona, nnequalea by any Hallway on tnts uonuneni. TRRonnR"noKTclthl new and Imparlant Roiit. cin b pronnred at the D pot of the O. R k i. Railway, and at all the principal Ticket Offices In theoountry. , m Baggage ohack.d through. X- i . " ' i to. MoI.ARHTt, Ornl Un perlnleadent. : K. F. KLIiaKE, Gen'l Ticket Agent. m " ' ' Dayton, Xenia and Columbus Railroad. ' CBANOB OF TIMR. THIIIK PAILT TRAINS EAST, VIA COLUMBUS Through Trainifron Dayton ta all Eaitwn CViu. mitftW VKttr TRtlNI 8T. leayin Dayton I rnr tne r.ait an toiiowi: man. u:nft a m. uo lnmhua coommo(l.tlon,C:00 P. M. Night Express, ARRfVINO AT riATTON Nlcht Esoreas. 8:05 A. M Oolumhna Aicommodation, 9:80 A. M. Dayton Hipre,e:30P. M. !. rrn'na run ny uoiumnua time, wmon is se.en min tea fnstr than Dayton tiro. ( .... t i nroiign nonets an ne nad lor Mi. naaiern vines r uauing on Hamuni w King, ricKot agent. K W. WOODWARD, RllP't, ma4 t Oinolnnatl, Ohio, - .) . of !. .11 NEW STOVE STORE. UOrRR MeMASTKR. ' " MANOPAOTURER8 OP IOOK STOVli. ,(0D, ,!OAL,' AWIt.flHRIlT IKON PALOim, HUJ, ANp KlTLLERaTOT&S, llf)l,l,UWAKK, MUHAIt n.Kl lljK.B. AC, SC. fitting or erer uescnpiion made to order. War room No. a NttTereon atreet. oooosits the Market Holt.,. ' ' 1 " Foundry oa Bayard street, nsarljudlow, Dayton Vniw. BOYCK MoMABTEB. no.iT-aawtr T II H3 , 03 US & 1 8TKKNRKROKK & OO. Bl E. rBRNatwttijKR, (fe-mer'y d Mngbuaineaa , I" -e-maTowa M'intg meryeo mty, hio,)nd pttlljip boiaiw a N, (formerly oitw hu-in. a amiabirg,) bavefcrmsd aoo-partner.hip,aad arr oei.inga ' LARUE AM) SPLEDID STOCK OF MADE READY CLOTHING ! " At . ' ; ' No. M Third Street, Between the Postomce and Firat National Beak. We are daily receiving ih. best quality of Fashlaa. Sine ntyies oi . . ; , , . - 3jjrlxxar sand S-u.m.mesx Ready Made ' Clothing ! ueim' rurnisnmg uooas, ' Merchant Tailoring I Qoodt will bo mad up to order In the J LATEST - STYLES On short notico, ud WARRANTKU lATIirAOTORY tirtiouljr afetonUoa paid loOuiton Work Wo am rDred to Bill ffouda own at Gold Prioaa, on hundr 4 BAr))itt loamr Ihaatlaroo month avo Call nndoxatuiuoour out4v W will ol b Jtcoilod by any houn in th city. TOBAbbb; : For a numb r of voark I AR HfrnbtriTBr hT bn engaged in th rtiri-haHeof ht&Af TnUA0(X, in thHif.-l V i wm Vailey.and they will eouttnue tyi PHroharte the artlel at the hiyhut markst prie. ' Wrow rnari iuvited to call a thtsirOloth jig Koum, No. MM VhiH atreet; b-twa th PoiatomceaDdtli rirnl Na tion 1 Banx.aatbey oUuf y t iwictmnU to sallsra i EXECUTOR'S NOTICB fnHK undaraiKnesi wre on th vnth day of Anc X uat, Uua. appotntel and quaiitted ai Bzwut ratof lit E.tiuJOhri.tj.ij 4iukum. latteol Montgunvy UUUV VlllVf UCSMtaaaWU. - (JtW)ltOK VONDIRHIDB, ' k , J (v. MIllLKU, a )- . V. . ia.Bi. w ' II. MITCHCLt, " ' K ERP8 a full rtm.nl ot tin Ware: doe. all kind ol Job Work in Tin ana Hto von; hni uHru,:uar mil. ititn iu u"UA .UIM. mm (O. UMI terial and charg. the mo.i rtatitwaalile pkmam,, A Qood Atiortnunt tf 'Stovtt on Uau4 ' Shop in the Oantola W Woflaaton's Bill Buiidjag, rntn .ireei (;.e neone can. and IT l do not pruri si dtf ' ayaouuw paii,r 0 YES! 0 YES I THBandenxgned Is a dn'yffoenaed Anotoneer 'or Montgomery county, and will oryssies, as qftenae hi.kerviee., may be In demand. I ffrerm. who nave nut la.en out II0...JI., will be at tended to, I' they violate the law N. B. Beeldanee? miles eourh-east ofTAr BIJR'i, Urderleit wu)i JOHN aISkH,ir.,or DAM OLAY, Miaml.burs oa Wain atreet, willb. attended to. wui. u .ui,w US,A Terrible Condition of Affairs in Missouri. The Si Lonis Republican, ef the 21st, brings us the particulars of an awful political tragedy enacted in Phelps County, in that State. There is nothing in the annals of bar. barity that exoels it It seems that Colonel Buocoke, with a squad of militia went to the residence of Judge Wright, who lives about teu miles from Hulla, are arrested him with five of bis sore. What thus took place is thus narrated by the Republican. "Some sort of an investigation was made n to accusations brought against the parties either fancied or real, wheu it was determined to take them to Rolla, as was given out, tor further trial. Mrs. Wright, the wife and step, mother of the Judge,and his sons, at first im plored Colonel Babooke not to take her family away, rinding tbat her entreatiee were un availing, aha then besought him to permit her to accompany them. Ibis was also refused, out upon ber imploring him to do something for her protection, as sbe was fearful of bef murdered it left alone, the youngest eon, a mere stripling, was released. "lbe Judge was then mounted on a horse by himself, and his four sous upon two other horses, under gnard of the squad ot militia, ostensibly to be taken to liolla. 1 Before """""""'r1! . auu, were i all inhumanly butchered.and tueir bodies left Wins in the brush by the roadside. No less than twenty-six shots were tired into the persons ot the five. Twelve of them took etfeot in their heads. Before the bodiei were reached by the frantic wife and mother, and her remaining eon, four of the hve were dead, and the filth insensible and dying. About nve o clock Thursday evening; word came to Holla that the murders had been committed, oreat uir intense teehmrs nf anr- sor and indignation. Nothing, howerer, was done in the matter that evening. Next morn ng a wagon was sent out, and the bodies the murdered men were brought ioto Holla. & gentleman wao saw tfaem eavslhev Dresent- ed a horrible appearanoe.their faoea all ghast ly wnn wounds and blood, and hlaokened with powder. Judge Wright had been shot in th me ol the dice, the weapon being held so dose as to burn it,and leave large blotches powaer sucxing in tns skin. the Judge, is represented to n as bains about sixty yeareof age, and an estimable uiuaeu, ivr im past iweuij-c.e years ne had resided in Phelps County, and held the Otbce of Ceuntv JudVa for a nnmher nf .ear. . .1 X J 3 nBBDe,r ' J9. 10 the war liver Since the beginning of our troubles in Missouri, he bad enioved tneconnaenoe and esteem of the military in command in bis neighborhood, bis bou e be- ng frequently the stopping place of officers wnose men were Camping at a beautiful, spring on his premUes,aud near bis residence. two gentlemen intimately acquainted with Phelps, assure bs that no more honorable or more respeced citiz n lived in the coun ry "It is said tbat two of the murdered sons had beep in the rebel army, and had returned ince the surrender of General Dick Taylor, under whose command one of them had serv ed. It may bs that this was the cause indu cing the COld-blooded murder of nearlv a whole T r j. .. " t 7 j . family, jo their oredit, and to the oredit me wnoiB neigDOOrnoou, it should be said, ba however, the e young men were behaving themselvee with' becoming propriety, their conduct gaining them the confidence and good will of many Union soldiers and oilizeos n tbat community. So indienaut were some of these soldiers at the brutal outrage perpe trated in tneir muraer, test tbey at once ex pressed a willingness to volunteer and 'clean out' their cowardly murders And it is toe more damning to the lawless brigands nose sands this atroorty was perpetrated. that they should travel many miles from their bomee to perpetrate It, while the loyal and law aoiaingol tbat community were w ing . . """R auora mem eoontenaaoe and encourage ment ,: v "We understand that some days previous. this Colonel Babooke started either from Jefferson City or the northern part of Miller county, with a detachment of forty or mora men, oo this errand of blood. From thence ber traveled through Miller into ' Pulaski County Near Wayueavill,, the county seat oi ruiassi uounty, tbey arrested W. Stewart, c.sq a respectable citizen, formerly Deputy Sheriff of the ooaoty, whom they oruelly put to death. They also arrested a number men and women on tbeir route, and a woman ia said to be still mi..in whom ih.a. handed outlaw are believed to bar made away with. At Saratoga, ladies visit the race course bet high oo their favorite, aad for fear the t . , - . ( DAviiawRut hib7 cob.. lufjiD inrgBiiui, era pipy a ponce oincer to stand behind them to see that the tweaty eight thousands dollars worth of diamonds in their bairdresses are not stolen by the thieves who frequent such, places It is said many of thea are not half as careful or anxious a out the preservation of what used to he considered of far mor. vaiue man uietuunus i ne morals oi ton uay do not demand such strictness over any thing that is preotone except material property. A New York letter, speaking of the late bank frauds says : Tbs excitement has rath er subsided, but tbs universal uneasiness, lack of confidence, and above all, lb mutual distrust which tbs Jenkins Mum'ord Town, send Eteichoa ewindlee have superinduced, are as painfully oonspicuooa as ever If any body doubts, just let him ga into the street try to borrow money on 'paper' that ia known to bs beyond a question A No, 1, e. a ll.-i i,n. i.L!.. ,f...l. . V V T . " . " prisoner irom oagioaw id iss ears lett oer a few minutes to "O into another oar, when the conductor came along, and the woman refusing , to nay her far e he put her off train. The officer was not a little chp al)p on learning bow he lost bis prisoner. Tobacco. mm if1 BORNSTEIV, 'rSjoAA-f .J Whole.ale and Retail , Wtflh 'iTOBACCO. ; p $ " ad sc., 1)AYTON ' of ;gigahs. "0i6arb bt tdk 100, , h i l.WM), ' 0 OffO, ,' i 100,000, : K 1,000,000, And niaara nnra to flmnsTia. nd nn tiektniz nlaatef nftded: Much a Choice Yr. HaTana Beed and tnamoVtMlVbratid hrand.7' Alao. the celebrated 0RIRNSB,U auooTINO ffl.UB. UNION VOBITRS LOS D( OOSTAIKt, CLUII HOU.K, MY COUK1N, PUNCH, KF.IC.'iANPIKH, AND NO HURRENT1KR, - Superior to allot that nam.d. ineaiiia TOBACCO. KILE KND-K, LIOK, iI'KKIHU, JAPAN- EE8, VIRGINIA T0BC0O, Down to Cutting Dry and Stem Tobacco, by and small quantities. PLUG TOBACOO OP ALL KINDS. MKIBSHAUM PIPES Imported direot, and . w m a.uuiue. A1U imik v, W, WIUWU l,C '" Al.o a large lot of Remember the place Sign of the Big Indian, W. 883 Thirst atreet. jyisdtf. I. BORNPTEIN. Dentistry. of ; - urnmiTii rhALijiii huusi. A LL operations pertaining to Dentistry careful) s. a1 thoroughly Mlamiea to. We would call e.pecial attention o onr style of aertln. artiflcial teeth with Callauni damn . mi lury dutyarer quired to payfourdollaraaaoom iJm;i t m Uuon to Miliary Fund by the 16th ef Beptamliar of imu , th that are n .t pad by the time ao requlr at to of H. not lor the P.Oowrros.' T. R. Wiuaan. COMPTOM efc VTILLABD, DENT IS T oifioK-oorner of main and second the ne plus ultra of mechanical dantia ry. Also, ,om(1 .., i, u0 .uperlor to the orinary Tei.h xamin. .neniman. wi """ lJR7Rtl. ril VI H 4 1 111 1 0. NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! Ta the Karolled IrTllliia af Maat(aaa.rr Taaasuara's Ovrics, iiayton, July M, I. s. HB Book, and receipt are now ready, at I Tr, tho-e I irenau-e's umce, no rt uou e, iayton. that a, not exemnt from t he performance eu, i i Moorapenea fopay nve w iihi toilers and save penalty and eo.t. JOHATWAN at'NNEY. ' 'Treasurer of M mtgonssry County ,Ohie. , FARMS "FARMS!!" TWO SPLENDID FARMS IN MASflNOIf TttWRIHIF, (The Property of David T. Miller.) oompriains two hundred and .ighty.on. acres, sale. The home 'aim or where the ld gen leman S" ,' 'n"""rm' lomerrooumy. The improvements co ai.t of a Urge brick houae I. , U l. .... 1 I I. .J . Sue priogo' water alraofet at the door together an excellent .pnog house There ia also on ihi.larm a stesm ssw-mfll Sue runniag order, with plenty of lirolier to kei.p onstenlly at work. Connected with this is the apparatus m the county for making Molasses sugar cane. The other farm lies adjoining on it there is a hank liarn, large dreed stone dwelling house, good out huildinga. file laud of both farms is of the beat quality, and situate t sijout eight mile, west of Tattoo nd mile from wolrcreek pike ia an old and tiuckly lod.eeuunothecouutr. IfsiddjdftS ihepuroriaaercaopntinfalloropa mih hd imoMd-ta po...io For lurther particut.rs call on JAStas KBLLT, B. X Agent, augs IMAw um,;e over Dayton Bank. WM. H. COIMOVER, Magistrate af IRIadleaai Tawaahla mil pswnti sf tirsiwiiiB Will attend to drawing and acknowledging Deeds, and th" collection or ciama He te also prepared to attend to Ib.drewiagof atrnments of writing, correctly, at abort notice, msdawly POOT AND SHOE HAT AND CAP STORE 0.104 MAIB BTBBBT. Y,.?.V' J. F. LCHTZ A 8UN . HA VK In.t renelvad a large aarorlment of and SHOHH. HATS and HAIH. whioh they jr.rrant to lie equal to any in the market, at prices ,uii cununi.r. They alao manufacture to erder all kinds of Ladles dents & Chlldrf ns Wear f the best stook aud at reaaon.hle pnoea. mal.lt' 9X5 WATCHES! WATCHES J WATCHES I it UrM imoorting Hour, eloeing hu.ieeaa J a flue aaaortmen1 of cheap Gold, Sliver and uoaiUo Cased Watches ; Silver Hun'lna Leaiaes, pure coin eilver 1 1 Very pretty Hme piece., warranted to run eai keep rood timet Prloe per caae o' six. S7n : Milter HutinK Leter.. njll eraved. both bv head and esunne tunitna The me I is warranted, full lew.lied and aocura rnoe t't; pet oa. ot aix, lis saw All ortt.ra reoeive ,rompt attention. Address i " T. tAMIRL0 a No. it Bible House, New Insurance. In prior as of FA- lerg. aure to Bik the an of wnn for re- i w(th In it be.t Irom large and is on. sett. Thea. la BOOTS can to $25 nffer. Coen end SIS mov, do.. York INSURANCE , , mom bt im GEMUNIA, HANOVER, NIAGARA AND REPUBLIC TIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, U. THK CtTV Of KW YOBK. . aj-ONS POLICY of lasiiaaxcs, lained by FOWR COMPAN1R3, wlilch i. mad. to m.t tli. neciltle of th. Inulnw. onnnnunlty, by erurlng, with dl.iaich, laans urrn ur IunAca with Biuuu Ci)rm, ro UltlTOEM, TLAIlt tVX SIMPLS C0HDITI058, Tiiraart oavuTiM tin Krnwrt or arrtTia. to rasions .vp.taATR orncEn f,r in.iirance to th. amount th.y are everallyable to accept, and nf holding KuaasoM atPAS.Tt 1'oLinuB, thi cohditios. aki wbittis rosnosa or which lnnai.T oar, rendering It dlrncnlt for th. aHnral to bream, familiar with and liarnionlce thalr varloua coa flictlng condition.. By th. condition, of tli. TJaDiswilTMa' l'ouor but okb it or pipbrs la nquirnl to pro., a laa. te th. aaiaral 0,nipaniM luauring under it, tbaraby making th. adjiut ai.nt simple sod exptallttous. The Casta Assets of USACH Company ixulng th. Und.rwrlUr.' Polity of lnnuranc. .icecd HALF A MILLION OF DOLLARS, Making a aMurlty In th. eggiagat. oro.w $2,250,000. JAMES KELLY, Real Estate and Loan Agent, If. It. Car. in a In and Third ate., DAYTON. OHIO, Has the Agoncy for those Companies, UNDERWRITEES' AGENCI. AfKregst Aaeeta, S'J.UBT, 160. 5S. 8tatiutiit of tlie condition of the Oermsiila Tlr Ituuruc CuiiiMDy, of tli City of New York, on tiu 30 day ol Jttuuniy, ISMii, Ui cuiifbrtuity witU the lawa of tli Slate of Oltlo. - CAPITAL. CmU Capital and Surplm 90f.t,799M AttSKTH. Oath In Bank and In haudu of Agents. 10.one.1l Loana on Bond and Mortgagi.. 14t.7W.UC United Statu. SucurltlM 4oB,7iUM Loan, on Stock, and Bond., pay.bl. un d. niand - as.ftoo.00 Bauk and Iuturaoc Stock., etc 13,210.17 SoU,7Stijs UABII.ITIKi. Loatet Incnrred and In proceM of adjnttm't, fT.lSi.at StaUment of the or. Ill on of th. Hanover Fire la snraoc. Company, of ' .u Oity of New York, on the apt day of January, 1SS6, la conformity with the lavs of lb. .tat. of Ohio. ' CAPITAL. Oath Capital and Sprplm - .6M0. AH.ik.T8.' Cub In Bank and ia Oflloa.. SK.T44.M tolUHl Slate. Hacnritta. 33e,4WJW N.w York County aud T.nuwM Bond.... 16,000.00 1xj.ii, on Bond and Mortgug. ISbUCOS Loana on Stock, .nd Bona., payabl. oa de- dein.nd 19.W0.0O All otu.r gMorltiel 1N.W1.U toSSSOM MABILITIKS. tote.. lnwifT.1 and In propea, of ailjnatm't, So noO 00 Unpaid taias, ,l3iM ' 17ttA10 8tat.ni.nt of th. condition of th. Niagara Fire to nir.nc. Oompant, of tb. CUT of N.w York, on th. SS day of Janaary, lnoi, la sMfraity with the laws of the but. of Ohio. CAPITAL,. (.'ash Oapltal and Surplat , ASSKTS. Owtb In Bank and In Office.. ........ L.MU. ou Bond and Mortgage , UnllMl Slate. Swurttlei .- California llunda ..si,tio,iu.a .... S2,1M,TS X70.I00.00 .... 438,187 M ejtous Loan, oo Blocks aad Bond, payable oa de mend.. , 4M. 600.00 U;ei Batata, lour eat, Ac ........ se.saus (ltuS.S LIABILITIES. Iurrad sod In proceta of adjust- m.ot M,ooe.oe UoiiaiJ Ditld.nda... 4M.K0 All irthar Claim. 4.O74.0S Hutemcut of Uxo oondJUoo of th RpaMle fir Iw Mriaiicei (VimiAiiT. of tbat CltT of NW fork. OA tk Ad tb City of 1 la oualurai CAPITAL. ily of JeUtUI Dury, IW ot Ohio. iKOd, in tfuurauij wiut k hii tb BUU tTVak IWlitSal situi KlirillUal . ...,4e23,tt.U AOS. IS. Cmh H,S.IT 4 Ueited Ikat tUctuiUa w 'i,40.0a (Unk Htoclu so M,31fl.O leOKti on Bood and kIortKM liaJtrOOO Uwu oa Stook and sWada, payabl on maod H......H..a.Ma atMO.t Aoorud Intemt V fca,a $ ..JSLOOOt UABILITTCS. (MM nltd by th OtmMaoy...M. AH uthtr xtiting etalin CKRTIKIOATal Of ATTTR0B1TT. To t ptr o th Uy of jRouary, lis,) ' Orrioa of va audito or otat, Itafur&nc Uisiitiani, r, SU, tSSS. rfiMaaa, aa4 ' VTArfllL kM. Th (ilftJIAVIA. 11 a lUaon. Kir CHUG rir luiuniar Coiuimal, lootd l Nw York, la th. Stat. of N.w York, b... each SI.S ta rka nine, a .worn .ksuataat Mt IU condition, aa required by tb. Snu aecUoa of the Act " To ntgulaa. luauranoa '.. ComoaniM not incorporated by Lh. Stal. ef Ohio,14 peimd April , 1S, aud amudi rrau-f S, 1SS4 : aad H'Aercu each of Mid Campanue ha Airaitld the uudr.iKid aatufaclory .tid. iw. Ui.t th.y ar. eaek poea.Mil of .t leut On. Hundrwl Tbou-auil IKdiaiaof -aol.al Caidtal tatatted tu alorka, or bonda, or ta non(ae real Mtate, worth double th. ass-mat for which Hi. earne U uortsagad ; and, Warreul, art Ol dJd Canpaala. ha. Sll ia tbw ones a wrltua in.lruin.tit under its earporal. ial, alsated by the 1Vo.iJ.mi nd arrrrtary Uif,aiilhoriwu any aswit or aganta of atld Cmuania. la thi. Mat. le afAnow lla. HTtKt ig pruOM. Air aad ta bdialf of aald lloa is n ,Vow, TtirrJ"rr. la purauani. uf Hie srel Besoms ' ,f tb. aenMld aut, I, JAathS H. OOllMAN, AnelU of bb'W, fur Onto, do heriy cerufy that aald O.S- MtNlA, HAMnvta, ni.eASAana narcmc nr. imw ance ComiiauK. of N.w York, era autkyortaed BS 4raiiK-l th. buaiueB, ol Vita aud Mann. loMtraaee in Oil. Mule uulil th. thirty Sort Amy uf jMiuary, 1. Hi. roar oa- tbooaand elKtit IiuihIiW aad atmy eia. ia irlaa Mm, 1 Ua kwreunb, MtlmrtM mf iiKw.aud eaiuwdth. tel of mi uStea tube aSiaes th. day and year abate written. . Ji. si eOtislAN. (LS I Audi-air of SUA ADVERTISING UATEI. ' II V.a.T ' ' ' On sqiiar. 'eighty words, solid) On Insertion...! Ad On nquare, three da) ..... . 1 W On .ier. on week. w m. H ... M unc qUKTe,oDB momn H rut One square, lhwimonthi. ...,-K..4. 7 eo nei.Mr, an months .....10 tfu IK WKVKLY- . One square, eight words, on wtlt...... 1 (Hi for iquiirn, ewn wn m waumuu. ...... .........., m vmr annare.one year ,.t... ...... n on ) Trmi for adrartmemenia cciii ftnic a irt-A., srie orfnr aloDfrnr penml tuan Above ptKMHf7,ft)f4e known at th Counting Room All adriiiemoi.i- are via Rmi a in - hoot raieH.uniPBt) m wnurn nrpmpni mod nrevlou- to fnsartion. All oarmei ailTortwe- rnent must bo paid for in wItbD' . Professional Cards. LAWoriCE. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM k RB UMID THK PhACTU K OF UW. orrici dor the nreaent. at hia raatdaoaA. No. 12K flrat street, Uayton, Ohio. urrica uouan irom iu a. m. to mree r. n. Dattom.o. Noremheriath, IH64. " norl-t. vhoi. o. tows, oso. v. hausbtb, (Let. County Auditor.) ' ! LOWE tV NA1IKRTH, '. '.T. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, DAYTON, OHIO, routine.! transacted In Oermanand f roncii 1 ; " orrtciv over Kicmy'i uootttore, I'hlrfl street. 1 ' mftdsm .. , ODL.1N OAHiLTLTT " 1 Ittorneys & Counselors at Lav Oormaa's Batldlne;, Third str.et, telSdawtf DAYTON, OHIO. ; JAMK8 11. UAOtiOTT, 7 I (Late Probate Judge,) , t ATTORNBY-ATtLAW, OFFICE second story Phillip.' Httiltliug, corner Hecond and stain streets, opposite the Krnnkllu House, uayton, Obio. . jatnoalui GEO.W.MALAMBItE. Attorney at Law, , ' UAVTON. OHIO. asr-OFFIOEOn Main Street, nearly oppo.itr the lourt House. June 7th, IStH.J dtl Clothing. WILLIAM WALKER, MO. 801 THIED BTRKfiT, OATTON,OfiIOt IB prepared to aocommodate bia cua torn era wltt very article of aeDtietnen'i wt:rinH tiftri . bbelateat atlyle and beat quality. Xt)0e who whDa 00111, pant, Teat, thirta, hosiery, lianotaerehlsfh, ajloT, boota, no a, alippra, A., will do writ k giThim aoall. aut4 Groceries I. O'Bbibb. O'BBUKM AV UHOTRBH, WHOLESALE GKOtKKS ami- iwro Tiaaor Cigars, Brandies, Win, Gins, Irish and Sootoh Whisky, : asnOBALBBSlM . DomcaUc Wlsiea aad E,lquora Agents rorBale ofPureBonrbon Wbliky, NO.. 101 SECOND STREET, DATTON, J. I All Liquors Onarantied frea from Drn g;s Fv D'HBIBN A BHOTRER have oa liahd a Sna Ut selection of Grorenea, W ines, Liquor., aod Ci gars, which they will aell to the public .a low aa any houae in Dayton. No eflorta on their iart will he neglected to render entire .etiataetton to all three who go to their House sol Second street. Ihetwil eep Fish of all kinds. feg7daw New Wholesale Grocery. At Be!alyA Molntyre's old sued, SIS Third street WUQAHAH, Pla.a.BIAaj A CO,, . Wholesale Grocer; , ABB now opening a latg nd f)nral am-ortmrBt of all ItiDa of (iroorie wmatbl- lor i csMe ry trade. Ooalera are retpclfully invtifd tu give haraacAU. , ttkldawli, 1865 FRESH , 1805 GROCERIES!! EVRhT faintlr (1eirr (food, irpshOrorvr.ee, etKI w would remind aUpoua ,uiertti to ira a a call. O Ji. XT E Z3 ' P RU ITS Western ?t5rha, Mum, BtrawhrTrtei, QtittWa, Touitio, illfjkbrri, od Uiernea, tiiou a Uave SPICE AM) COVE OYSTERS alao, an aseortment of Jellies, Middlrlovn f rr Cand Hhouldara, Laanpa and Coal Oil, Su.ara and CoScva, Pickles, Spices, Fancy Soap ,Ac: in lett et. rtil it g that the markete aSord thai i. deelrahle. To'tolwrou Chewera we would nay we keep the beat article oi tme Outthat can be bad. Cwnie one. ci me a,l, aad see what we can do. M'INTIHK A BAIl Ii, , d.ltdawu' Maiasl.eSdooesb.lnw Atarkel J. m. OILBBLKT sa CO., , a , Wholesale dealer, in F o r 1 u ii anil Dom.stle Groceries and Iiiqn6rs, MOS.TSAND S JEFKKRSON STHIXT, OPKmiTK MABKItT HHUKK DANIEL. HEAIER, ' "J ' ' : DkALEB 1ST '"' ' - ' L'B'AT TO B"A COO, MIAH1SBUBG', OHIO, WlLLrvoetve Learloravwoim store, 'on cen.'gn menta,wili mak liberal ad, an.es, and PMtpte roll at'entlen loeaie., rtrteet to rtoiae?.' oioiirs Hohierawho anticipate higher price, caa s'or Willi Dan, and put oo their limit. Calf and see Ti h ORio. .libs Miami Uouaei Waihoue at b. Vat). road. BQBXlilVm NEW FIRM,,;, . JBAVK thi dT a oe.atd wiib me.in the Hoi a-ah-retoh r. China. Ol n Uisiis i . at. aa. at 9m Third ti !. Dayton, Oh.. , Mr V. tr B. Moorman, wtv f rtner book kee r. The I tint?e will ooDUnw Id IVtur antler tbtT q! J, 1 . n . o- ' Jo. t. otr. way iob, aaaron a, iBtiinaxisT .,. ; t; Medical. TT A VINO resirned m' poaltloa in the V. . Nevy Lbe preciM'e a M.tli i.e nd r.sidaoe. See ir(h sth et pery at an. enoer r.siaa laddaor uuna JeJBaraau. awad door uaap Janaraeu, 1. I. MsILhANNT. AVayeya, Juae IS, Uei.-dlf.