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a. D. HOBIMIIOa., FITCH KDITOH. .... AKIT ANT. DAYTON, OHIO. Wednesday, - - March 11866. Damning Proofs. There It an Immense affectation of horror and disgust on tho part of the radicals In and out of Ooiifrrcsa at Prt-slilent Jons recent declaration that M.-ssrs. Sl-m-XK8. Stevins, I'im.l.trs and their adherent are "traitors." We have thought that we could not do a butter thing In the present crisis than to hw from the record that this declaration of the Executive, so far from being the fale and wild one which It la alleged to be by the faction on whose leader It haa borne to hard, could not have been qualified without a sacrifice of truth. W shall show, moreover, that Mr. John gOM't speech of the 21 of February. so far as It relates to these men. Is In perfect ac cordnnoe with his public declarations made before he received the Republican nomina tion for the Vice Presidency. We shall begin with Mr. Stkvkns. When the bill for the dismemberment of Virginia was before the House of Repre sentatives, the leader of the radicals held this language: I will not sultlfy myself by supposing that we have any warrant in the Constitu tion for tills proceeding. This talk of it-storing the Union as It was. and under the Constitution as It Is. Is one of the absurdities which I have heard repeated until have become sick of it. There are many tiling which make such an event lmM)3ll)le. The Union never shall, v-ith my content, be restored adder the Vonttitutwn at it itl We might crowd our columns If we those, with the repeated declarations of Mr. Sumnkr, that he owed no obedience to the Constitution, but we content ourselves with one, which is sutllciently explicit to serve as a specimen of the rest : Iet me say that the Constitution of the United States, as I understand It. exacts no passive obedience, and no man. who is not wholly lot to eelf-respect, and ready to abandon the manhood which is shown in the heaven-directed countenance, will vol untarily uid in enforcing a "judgment" which in his conscience he solemnly be lieves to be against the fundamental law. whether of the Constitution or ofUod! The whole dogma of passive obedience must be rejected In whatever guise it may assume, and under whatever alllos It may skulk; whether in the tyrannical usurpa tions of King, Parliament or judicial tri bunal." On another occasion Mr. Sumnkk. when asked in so many words, on the floor of the Senate, whether he would aid In executing a law passed In clear compliance with the bidding of the Constitution, replied. : "It thy servant a dog, that As should do tM thing r' Mr. Wksdell Phillips, the third "trai tor'' named by Mr. Johnson, said In a speech made shortly after the beginning of the war : Ko mau has a right to be surprised at this state of things. It is just what we Abolitionists and Disuuiouists have at tempted to bring about. There is merit In the Republican party. It is the first tee (t'oFiaf party ever organized In tills country. It does not know Its own face, but calls itnelf national; but It Is not nutt'ownf it i$ tectinnal. The Republican party Is a party of the North pledged agaiust the South. Agalu, at Cincinnati, Mr. Phillii-s de clared, with candor or shami-lessness, as you may please to call it I have labored uineteeu years to take six teen States out of this Union. When we were In the very midst of the war, this same Mr. Phillips said lu a public speech : Thank God, for MeClellan, for Cameron thank God for defeat. With a man for Pres ident, we should have put down the rebel lion In ninety days, and left slavery where it was! The labors of these three Northern dls uuioulsts Sumnkr, Stevens, and Piui.liih were not unappreciated in tho South, as the following extract from an article In the Mobile Register, printed during the war, attests : We want separation. Give us men like Thaddeui Stevens and Charles Stunner. They curse the old l'uion. and despise it, and so do we ! And we now advise these gentlemen that, as they hate the Union and the accursed Constitution, let them keep down the Democracy in the North; then they shall never be troubled by us with such whining about the Constitution and the Union as they are sending up. It may be well to add In this place some extracts from the speeches and writings ol the prominent apologists and defenders of the --traitors" explicitly named by the President. Foremost among these is Mr. Benjamin F. Wadk, who said lu 1800, re ferring to the secession movements of the Southern leaders: 1 am not one of those who would ask them to continue in such a Union. It would be doing violence to the platform of the parti to which 1 belong. We have adopted the old Declaration of Independence as the basis of our political movements, wnlcn de clares that any people when their govern ment ceases to protect their rights when it It to subverted from the true purposes of government as to oppose inem, nave the right to recur to fundamental principles, and If need be. to destroy the government un der which they live, and to erect on Its ruins another more conducive to their welfare. I hold tiiat they have tat right. ' I will not blame any people for exercising it, whenever thev think the contingency lias coiue. You uau not forcibly bold men In this Union, for the attempt U do so. it teems to ine. would subvert tbe first principles of the government unatji-wmcn we live. Fiuo. Douoliss, under the auspices of Mr. Chs.se, baa recently undertaken to be rata the President for disloyalty. The qualifications of this negro critic to sit In judgineut on Mr. Johnson will be under stood by a single sentence, taken from a peecii he made In New York in 1460 : From tblt time forth I consecrate the la bors of my life to the dissolution of the l'uion; and I care not whether the bolt that rends It shall com from Heaven or from lloll! Mr. Wii ium l.i.ovit Gariiiho.i has also taken It mmii lilni-elfio ilenounce Preslilint Johnson as thw vilest of traitors, and has marln siouxl. u 1,1,1. this I.W la ami. .- bodied with every embellishment of scur- rillty. Tills severe and exacting patriot aid. in' 1460 : I have said, and 1 say again, that In pro- jwrth.n to the grow th of dlsnnionlsm will he the growth of Hi-publican tin. lite... Union Is a lie. The American Union Is an Imposture, and a covenant with death, and an aareement with liell. I am for its over-1 throw i ii nun me iiw vi uiihi wiiiu we may have a free and glorious Union of ( our own. As late as 11 Mr. Gakkison declared in I his new spaper, the I.iherator : No act of ors do we regard with more i conscientious approval, or higher nutieHC (t'oa none do we submit more confidently Ito the tribunal of Heaven and the verdict lot' mnukind, than when several veara ago, on the Fourth of July, in the presence of a great assembly. t rommitted to the Jtamri the Constitution nt the United Statee. Mr. Hukace Ghkklky is also among the glorious company of patriots who have been shocked at the treasonable utterances of the President. Long ago Mr. Greeley said : All nations have their superstition, and that of our people Is the Constitution Again, after the secession of the South ern States hail taken place, on the 2d of March, 1S01. Mr. Ghekley, in his editorial capacity, wrote thus : We have repeatedly said, and we once more insist, that the great principal em bodied bv Jefferson In the Declaration of Independence, that governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, is sound and just; and that, if the slave States, the cotton States, or the Gulf States only, choose to form an inde M'Hilcnl nation, fsjy have a mural right to do so i Hy way of suggestive comment on the present course of the Tribune, we make one more extract, which bears on the duty of Implicit obedience to the Kxncutive: To doubt the infallibility of tlie roval or ministerial judgment of the President Is to doubt the greatness and glory of the coun try, and the imalleet diiiatiitaction becomes a kind of petty treason The "dead duck' of the Philadelphia I'rett (on whom we have high authority for saying it is improper to waste animuni tioti) held the same slavish doctrine, and avowed it when Mr. Lincoln Issued his celebrated proclamation. These are his words : This question of enforcing the Presl dents huiauclpatlon Proclamation Is rap idly approaching that point at which it will Oe tlie test of popular loyalty: We shall not sjioil these extracts by making any superfluous comments on them. The people can form, from a perusal of them, ii perfectly fair estimate of the char acter of the men who are seeking to ruin the country by perpetuating disunion, and to ruin tlie President because he has se( his heel on their mad and wicked schemes. Uur next extract is from a seech made by Anii14BW Johnson during the war. but be fore his nomination as Vice President, which will attest our assertion that his views of the "radiviil traitors" have always beenjust what they are now : There are two parties in existence who want dissolution. Slavery and a Southern Confederacy is tlie hobby. Sumner wants to break mi tlie government, and so do the Abolitionists generally. They hold that If slavery survives, tne t nion cannot euilure. Secessionists argue that if tlie Union uon tinues, slavery is lost. Abolitionists want nocomprnmise. but they regard peaceable secession as a humbug. Tlie two occupy the same ground. Why abolition, is dis solution, dissolution is secession : one is tlie other. Uoth arestrivlng to accomplish the same object. Compare these statements, uttered years ago, with an extract with which we eon elude, from the speech of Mr. Johnson to the Baltimore Coinmlttoe, and his claim to consistency in denouncing disuuioulsta of every section and every party will hardly be iiieslioned. Before the ri-ceut rebellion there were One set of gentlemen who were trying to dissolve and break ui) the Government for the nurnose of preserving tlie institution of Slavery, anil anotner sciot gentlemen were wining hj oreaa up me i.overumem lor tlie pin pose of destroying slavery, and the so avowed. Though these resieetlve parties suc ceeded in the object they wished to accom plish, they agreed in one thing, and that as tlie destruction or tlie lioverninent: and so far aa that point is concerned, the one was as culpable as the other. The blow was first struck at the Southern end of the line. It being struck there, the spirit which was making war on tne prin ciples of the Government must have some thing to vent lUelf upon, and it joined with tkose who were for the Union against those who were for rebellion. But now. when rebellion Is put down, if we find an attempt to change the character of the Government, we must equally resist it. The attempt now is to consolidate, to concentrate abso lute power here. It is destructive of the Government, and it is a manifestation of the name spirit which attcmiited to break up the Government. 1 stand opMised to both. Words of Truth From Massachusetts. More truth was never uttered in the same space than the following from the Spring ,, ... 11..1 . .i i..i.. Z. field Republican, hitting the Butleeh, Sciit B.ES. Stkvensks, anil the legion or other Radical elvll and wlllUnr humbugs, I who are now so eager and valorous lu visit- J lug punishment ou the South, and keeping ! alive the snlrlt of seetlnnal hate alive tlie spirit OI seiiionat naie "The men Who put dowtl the rebellion do not loin In tho demand for the future pun- : i.. i.-.T f .i... i.. . ..... ir t. . 1 leililieiit ui mo uuria, out ia auiv ta m Oeueral who has never won a battle, a sol dier who Invariably skulked when fighting was to be done, a camp lutiower who was ever on hand to plunder towns, a civilian who was always ready to pour out the blood and money of everybody else to save the nation tnese are tne men w no are now ea- fer to kick the prostrate toe ami counacate ils valuables' these are the men who are continually making abortive attempts to arouse old Hatreds aim stir tne popular heart to vengeance. ' I Postmaster Removed. via, whose proclivities, since the develop- ,lU (lf ,lie a2l, of f t.,)rturv, ,1(lve , ... , . ' , " 1 '"""'riy 'rriw. and who believes that .' President Johnson was right when lie smashed the nerro bureau. itecUrml M,-a.. Mr. Wimum Oai.trr, Postmaster nt Tilllti, Ohio, a verv worthv gentleman and an Pill. dent mR.' I.... ... "l. ...... - v. ,.,. ,ii,cwiaiii, um j hid political views, has been brought to the guillotine and decapitated In order that bit place could be riven to Cantaln Jeskk Siiri- , PHiLuea. STEvrxa c,i tif and unfolded the (institution of the United States. The removal has erearerfm.lt.. brvere In j.llti rtJ circles lu Tlllln. and other iiu .,i iiir officials In the XI..II. f.lJt.l,. u. ,k ,n.. .i ..... - . ' v mi.iun.iuiiiin ..... .,-.rUa,vi.Mi ni mnii mi ine tuner etnt oi tlie avenue" w ill make of their easel. The "Loyal Mem" of the South. There Is one paragraph In the testimony of General Thomas before "the central directory," which the obstructionists are not Inclined to make conspicuous. Allud ing to the negroes in the States of Ken tucky. Tennessee, Georirla. Alabama and MlHSlsslrmi lllllt lli4SS Which Mm fa,ll,.ulj ,., .,.,,.,,..,.. . ... ,,.., .. men of the soulli, the general says : I think the second generation can he In structed much more easily aid much more thoroughly than the present generation, be cause. In a measure, the mind of the negro it entirely uiniendoped at prctent, except iu the matter of practical observation. And yet the radical patriots claim that the restoration of the Union ought to he I postponed, and thattheConstltutlon should remain In abeyance Indefinitely, in order that eleven States may be Immediately sur rendered to the political control of a race of beings whose minds, according to our most reliable witnesses, "are entirely un developed ut present !" The Way the Issue Should be Presented. N-lt(-l. Democrnts this spring, in their City and Township Conventions, should present the issue to the people In some such form as this: "Resolved. That we Indorse President Johnson in his veto, in his understood op position 10 negro sunrage; in tils opposi tion to patching the Constitution, and In his assertion of the rights of tlie Southern States to their representation." If these Miints ran be put Into a resolu tion of more brevity, so much the better. It Mould be a good idea to print tlie reso lution at tlie head of the tickets. No bet ter way than this can be devised to take the sense of the ieople on the issue be tween the President and the Stevens. Sum uer and Phillips JHsuuinnlsts. fitateemun. According to the New York H'ort's Al bany correspondent, uniforms for 1 jO.OOO men and iO.DOO rlllcs of the most approved pattern have been transported in the lust few days to New York City. Arms In abundance are said to be deposited In De troit, DuQ'alo, Ogdeiubiirg. I'laltsburg and Mmit M'lor. The Pope of Monte has written a letter to Archbishop Spulding appointing him apostolic delegate, with uuthorlty to con vene a plenary council of all the Aruhhish ops and Bishops of the United States during the present year, and to preside over them. This council will be assembled some time in September or October. It Is further stated that Bishop Spalding v. ill receive the appointment of Cardinal. American Armies in Former Wars. The largest army ever assembled at any time during the Involution was that com manded by General Putnam, on Long Is land. That numbered 17,000 men of all arms. The next largest was that with which Washington captured Cornwallls at Yorktowu, wlien he had 1 11.000. Our larg est army assembled In IS1, was commanded by Jackson at New Orleans, and counted but 0.000. Coming down to the Mexican war. Taylor won his victories with a force never exceeding 6.000. and Scott's largest force was not beyond S.000. Special Notices. teller's U'tlers an lb Hisitla. Held. II It sutUfui Uir) to kuow that our tlold hosulult are no longur uusuiipllod with Dili llfu sailug pruiuraiimi. Soldiers who. as private ellUoiu, had tMuima aciuointod with Its properties, lutfu in many liuilunces made a special rsquust that ifl8. TKVVKH a Hl'OMAI II Bl l'l Kits might ba added to tho tnu,llt:al stores of ttieii- reginiauU, aud their wt.lie Imvu not ueen uuboedi-d. a oieau of sustaining wuuudod nieu ou the baula-lleld, and of enaliling ti'ooun to bear tutlgiiiug mmt liaa under a bnulug kun, ilhatlMjouklrtiuuoutly rtwcoin mended by dutiuguiabsd uiaitical men, aud tbs ppMpeet ia that it will eventually lupvrcede all the sdultera- Usl llncturat, liiuors and daugtrvut nntcs that have herelulore been Miualdered inudii iusl staoles. 1'be fact Ibul a nusll iuanlity of the Kilters mixed with water front auy of the Southorn or south western rivets will prevent front afntcUng llio bowela or tlie liver, should be borne la mind by Army i-nyslnisns. tolitlers, and all who have oe. nation to vlait those Nirtlont of our country. The man who uses HOMTETTKH'tl UlTl'tUS lu ion. ' rormity with the dlrortlunt, may tit at iWUante I Intermlttmit Fever and all other dlaeaaet genera- j ted by the action of sit unwholetnuie atmotphure upon an overtaxed frame. ocB-dwSint MKDIC'AL XOTIC'K. Dr. R. SIOItlB may be consulted at lollowt: In X KM I A at the Itapot Katlnx liouao. ou Thura. days, Nov. SS, LMu. SS, ran. 4, March , April IS. In 1A YTON at the l'lillllpt lloiia,,. ou Kridsyt. Nov. 4. Ueu. Sl. feb. s, Maii'h s, April is. ' ' ,n TitoY at uie Morrtt llnute. on aatuttlayt S?:-,iMvVeil rih.'ViRIi1 'ft...-. .... '.'''i.?',1"- -NuT Jan 4- ,eu Mr, '. w.nk ha, bl- i each ... u.. .la-v. placet, that he hat regularly vltiuat for the paat . yBr, ,n, he r,a tivated and cunl wauy "atlutt, In each of the alve place, he ran give t.Aiy!il.iriiritAmi : . 'ia ,M t'hronlc diseases, Including thoao of the Lie and Kari makes no charire for contultatloli i hut if lliote who consult tilmdaairetruaLiuunl im i-lii uu Ca.h for bis Mwlii Inc. Meiliclues that will latl spatlentrniiu nur to lis stonlbt, cost lion t ive to Thirty d. , litis, in lath Addretti Ir. K. C(lN k, COLtHaut, OHIO, BOVSO-U1J HmcisJrHtiTm't'l. " ilkm la saaar si srsia wr afastasi tsijeat," said a (untWuuaie kit Aland who na started that "UreeBkack ttakacks are kelter." Special Notices. IHtlUrtl nr M... . ; . ' At' i n 'iS T ' " "W1 or S" I hrost. HMJl'IKKe IMUKHIATSJ ATTENTION ' iioi-i.u be oiikcekd. If sl"ed lo cntinae, " ', Para mnrl2 1 i " '"" , "r h"s"?" son uii bL..T. . BR0VN' BRONCHIIL TROCMII "' a dli-eciinniHmcsto Mi. parti, uivk iumeduti Raiiar. rvBcaiiia, asura, ratarrh. Cos I nniiie M Thr tt IMsJisri, '''r" '' " wlfh '"- (rood success. MNtiKUS AMI 1-t 1I1.IC NI'kiKHtu I ... . . T """"" "'earing lb. toic h.n ng th totem i .... . - - "u ""'"lag i aiusr an uuunuiu xflrttoa of ths focal orlfns. tbs nwintrt rircommpndo,! urt nr. crlbe,t by Physicians, sad bavs had tmUmooials irum eminent wen llirounliout Ui cuuntry. Using u nrutic vi irue mxrit, and Having prvMd their meter by a test or many ysars. mb Yr Units that i In now localities la various puts at Uis or a. ant tus nwta ant nulrenally pronounced wifc-r inaji utner artli liu. Obtain only "KKOWN'SS HltilNi llltl in. .i 110 n."1 tHk tn "erVUMt imt- .(2S1?I,eve.r3I'wlie.,rlD Mw L'nltl and ror- Special Notices. New Advertisements. - I DISSOLUTION. "T . . . X" OTICE. THK irinr rv r.iv Hover A Illpnnril wn thlidny illiaolred by mutual mn ;nt J. 1. Cain ami 1. if. Uo,,r aw Tilon. JOHN C. LAIN, DAVID K lioER. WM .M Illl-l-Altl)! T 1 o I K I'l 11.11) llivivi nr mm.... .. - . ...... ttM ..I.1 ,;.!h:" '.".l."6,-? t!'ke Pleasure In . ; - --"iiiiihk imnin-rs to tne nub' He patronage. vi. M HIPPAItli. llic uiiilii.lxned will continue lh n.,.i. r-n, y li,Hl HiKlness at the old .tand, sav and Suf Dayton, March lu, ISOS. CAIN A BOY ER. msriaiad SHERIFF'S SALE OK Thirty-Elght Acres of Excellent ttoxiom i,ana on Partition. V m. Molat't liuardlan vt Sarah J. Moist. I) Cats. No. WTO. Sups rlor Court. IY VIRTUE OK AN ORDER OF SALE is.iiea i.viiie superior Lourt, within and tor the tr . j-y-'-K-'ii-Ty. una to me inrecteil, 1 will n, , I, ,,11,: ul inuooor oi ttie court Ilouae, ON S.VTI HDAY. AI-KILH, tstld, atvo'clork I'. M..tllf-nilllwlir.ln..rlluul to. wit: situate in theenunty of Moutgoinery anil "'a """"-tn sua a quarter lb arriM n ol the cat end, of the auld alKive do.: crilK-d elithty slx (MS) , rc tract of Unit , rommenc iiiKni nsu south mi ili'ir. SO tec. west K nolet rrum the snitth-oast corner of tald HO acre tract then, o north. deg V, tee. west 04 1 poles tn a atone ; thence north an deg 811 ,oe. eaat (poles to a atone: theuee south, 4 dig. later, wett MS Kilei ... j. ....... , . ,,,, on oug. no tec. wett mi .w.iuQiiu puice oi iM-giuning con j.. v ir.iurn ami one-iourtli (nj) acrea of 7.17:3,; by ttatnuel lleartl.lilre and bequeathed hit wife hi deed Januarys lHflJ. ' ALSO-The following described land In frao uonai -uon ia. town S. ranges, east lu Harrison i. . 1 ' -""--aoo'er.v county, UUIO, and QOSi rriov,i Hsioiiona. to-wit: llev iiu iiv aft H ,a IvT poles, wet of the aoiith-uasi eoriwr of the alsive deacrilieil M acre tract of land, running thin,,,, (utrtliS,! .Iu ui, '. " .'"S ... , vv., ra., II.VIIVII'I SO atone: thence smith 40 deg. 45 tee., we.l poles thence toiilh 30 deg. SI tec, went UU 4 poles i tlienca si.imni ileg. .'Jec. eat 18 )U-i tliunce south i eg 15 sec, weat Is .ot.- to uatonoi thenoe north .. ... . ,u .--,, n poiea, ,viioeat a nyuaittore. three loot In d ameter. coiner treu: tlmncu h 5S deg . wett !fl 8 imlea to a auine ; thence uorth, S lu-giiiiiliig, contiilulng si ISmrot of land, bi-lui --a -w rnsi ,.n jMooa to a auine U) the placo of part ol tin M aci-ct ol land, couveyed to W lug a llliaiu , . ijiwrv nv jacaio llouai'r i dee-l dated January la. tHoa. sat.i i wo irae.lt ,d laud have Iwen appraised at follows. u-wlt: The Hit acre tract at 76 UU per .lcle Htlil llin 91 IS nop., I..., ut ,.i ' T . ..' .., ., r-v w uur acre: neither cun soil lor lets lhau two-thirdt of the au prnlaed value thereof. " TKIt.MS UK SAl-K.-One tlilnl cath; one.iblrd ... -. .,, M-iiiini iu two ycart. jerurrwl pay u i,e aecun-o ny mortgage on the pre ui ail aud to heiir ntiuv.l e,-nn. Il.n .T ..e u K "t. . .. . -u II, 1A v'llifjoN.' Sheriff. J If. HAUtiorr. Att y. mar la-diwu MONTGOMERY HOUSE, t-.s niiHD STHtiiT, DAYTON, O. Captain E E. Better, Proprietor, (Late of the We. tern House. Sprlnatleld. O i Thoroughly Ti-lltu-.l and renovated throughout and - oast, iioteiv in init clly. VdC omnihutct run to aud from all Tralnt. Jit oiarU-tl ?e Opening of Navigation. OIBcs of the Leasees of the Public Works I Coluuibut, Match 1, tana. I XT i llOTIt'E IS 1IEBEBY OIVEM THAT sou r.ne t.anal will be open for Navi gation from Llneimiatl to Toledo ou the flrtt dav III Aliril llSlSfl III" lipiiak. ' maiH-Std T. Kl)SON MOOItK, Sec'y. NOTICE. 7 A U S D A I, & CO, HAVE AD- MITlhl) at uartnert. Mettrt. 1'. M. II Alt MAN 'AkK- ,la"" I""" .ruary 1 . , ln" hntinett. under the Ann name of VAN AUSDAI. HAItMAN 4 l.() will be continued it No 14 Main ttreot, I lay ton. Ohio. NEW TlRM. VAN AUSDAlThARMAN & CO. Wholesale and Retail UKALERR III Carpels, I lr ll.ciaihe, IWattiasre. faper lttgltlgt, I wrlalai Matte riult, Wlntewhati,l.lnta Ilitmaake, Nkteelleiga, tVe. V. 7 4, ' febSS tf MAIN HTltEET, PATTON, O. TTENTION IS CALLED T THW fact that II HC'IIWAIIZ, or the Ktgle l.'toUiliic hlore. will remove thit month r-o,n luA uHi au..T 'o 118 Main stn-et. in the ro:,m ow occuuled bv .M'tniyre ft lleanl. , ' Valuable Property X ORSALE. ON'ETWO-HTOHY BRICK ,!a,T." SS4. "'u a !ip"r, St.tadwi:i tide of Hulaakl ttreot, tlaylon, Ohio. 'oi ' further tuformatiuu Inquire oi uiriuer CASI'KIt ZUtJKl.tlKR J""" "d .No.t Puiatkl ttat. Wood Laud For Sale. I." . I OK SALE TEX .UTtES OF WOOD LAN 1), un tin htUio fiku an aillcafroui llaytou. luiiilre at the raiidence of B. l.RKI I.K It tebSSttdiw Uroeaeatlls. T OR SALE TEX Freah Milk Cow For Sale. a. airs i SUBSCRIBER. 3 MILES WEST t. on the German town ltks, hat a UVOO ' fibsl-std Inuulrs at above. M. M KIM.MK!., New Advertisements. . Dayton & Greoncastle Property Master Commissioner's Sale Haao Adams agalni t'aae No. MM Superior lAiurl David liar: k el. ai. U KMC A N'T Til A V imntu ,,. u . i i- !.... a .,, ...jT.:. "V --.-'" L. n. u "''"o o nie ny tne auiierior Court ol th.rTi''7.7J!i1V'1,;l''0l " ,h '""uarv term thereof, A It. IMW. in the aUve entitled cats, I a III offer for , ale tt public auction, t the d,.,r of t lie , 7 , ,,ayion in tal.l county, ON HATURDAT. AI-KILT IHDS iln"l??kJ'i M,',mM dT. le following aeveral r " ,uMt iu fciiij cut ui imvum o" vI!""L ." "Vwd I"a of laid City vl Lot No HI 51 duly appralted at $l.n0 uu too ou 1.8110 uu No awt - o. aim ' No a&wi - ivi uu lou on e,, a part or lol ISo. 8008. c.anmenclng at th T- . . , iwu iu, anil luiitnilg tile I?.tw.f ""r along the northern line of aul.l lot ',:?" . r'"bl kau'es toulhwanllv, SH feet '"i,roit orieat. to the middle of tald . p .,,la1nK,, t. wettwsn ly the W..I.F. I n- I... . ' S4 ft et fa, along tald wettarn line to the place fr twglnoiug and a part or lol ws. heglnmng at the n'rib eai thence northwardly -I..K wnllr with the wtttt Un m iamwi ii.t t th., t.iu.... ... betrin nlti ir. Sultl ..ftai.i .. .i,- ...Ta,.. .. aivn.. r-.k ' r: . r.v" o,rwr' UrilltaaasJ stl s. I Of HI ssll F AlkO Thijiiiih.wlnir r-,il t..,af. -i... a ... at.. . wi uwut'-svute, in hhI.1 cuuntr of 31uutiriitiittiy au ueirriuetl. DUUllwiw, fulloWi to-wlt No, in " i ui mi .". . " 13U0U iMm jao. a ann n tail tha an.i a.ir t... . .. , tail town of lln-eiicatle, together with all thai "k i ,e""" 'nu uouniM.it at lollowt, vli beginning at the nui th-eatt corner of tald lot No. & and runolnir theiii-e u.,, l.. ..,. 9 and one halt of lot No. t In a one acre lot of Htvi.l i. lark ; thence 4 aest althsald t lark't line 4 polMandm linkt to Usniett't line: tbonie due i "c, " "arneii-t inn-or luiiil IRlely owned der-t line to the place of beginning, i-outalnlug oui acre more nr Im. Said lota, No and the cant hair or Vo tin. ether with the one acrenliore deterlbcd are all together duly agpralted at fliao Oil Bald realeatale cannot tell lor It-sx than tj ol the , .i i 1 H ' toown by the llgurei at . V -''ir"! paiii-it at aoove til lorth. , diuiiui ami!, euan aai, real eatate a Ln tie m H nn - nr Superior Court rendereil agalntl llavld Clark, nnd u ibtvohi tne i-ouniy commlatlonert i.r Sunt. o .-won., I.IIIO. IMVIII A. IK II K . . . Matter Coinuiilaioner OULIS A CAIIILL, Atfv. , ioai7-dJtw A Two-Story Brick House and Three , ana une-r iftn Acree of Land. IN AT Master's Sale. Joka Kapp, Plaintiff So Km nllialwith I ..h .1 va.nal .""I" Vt. I U.-n, u..... I 3 ... .. , ... " i ... rior lourt. JL URSUANT TO AV IIHTiWll nv Tim Superior Court of Montgomery tJonnty, Ohio, made In the above entitleit e.Hii.M ..u.u..... , , i V." i"1""" "u1 on preinltet ad Joining the tow n of (terniantown ti.t TiihaiiAY, Ai-itil, io, itme, Between the houra r,r nn. ,n.l i..b M. of tald dar. the fnllowi li1..',")? "1 "f Montgomery and State of Ohio. In the Tnwnihin i bounded and denerlhed at followt: ueinr a part or the north-east quarter or srrtlou NO. IS. Town. 1: KanffO B. f,aat Jt m.l hn.r.nn "attake at the north-enat i-ornor of the School t. 'ii,ui wtw-iuaji t'lamci lormeny known No 5. thence north no wett. ... Charles Catrow sv pervhet to the center or llio (Jcrmantown and Mlamltburg road, to a corner thenen toilth along tald road 41 a west forty one k". fiH-Nfc-ietiiiii to a ttaae, tlienee S7 aettlour porohct and twn.ioitih. u .tua.. u...i uorner oi taut land, thence touthH7 3eitt S4 S 10 pervhe to the place of beginning containing 9 aoret and 89 perches more or lets. naia proimny hat lieen appralted at I10U3 aiw and can not tell tor Iral than two thir.1. of ,d "I'JF--aiwnnnt, Teriiia Cath. W. 11. IlKl.l li i k .... ... M"1.V.""1' Monfg, Supr. t'fliirt ADAM tLAK, A'y. , , . , maiK-wU NEW ESTABLISHMENT. FASIIIOIV AHLK Opora-HoUBo HAT STORE. Ever leurlpllon of nti tad capi, Lauliek)' e.iid Children' Furs, UoIm-h, T HB UNDERSIOVKD BKr.H TO IV roRM the public that UK HA3 NOW OPEXED, , , AND WILL KKRP ' ; I CONSTANTLY OS HAND, VtRTTUlNQ THAT is aVJBf W AND DKS1RA RLE, IV TBI ABOVE LINE. Everything in the Market. THAT ia Attractive, Desirable or New will aa Added from Time to Time; ktAEINO it ovk nv nit Moat Complete Estalishmentsv . or THE KIND, , IN THE STATU. Ladles and Children's FINE FURS! ' or THE CHOICEST AND RICHEST QUALITIES HOLO IX THE WKS1. AT , Lower than Cincinnati Prioos. I respectfully solicit an examination of aloes. doot-dlr , Nq.S4 Main street. Havton- Ohin. II SCHWARZ ItK8PKCTFUM, tUrdSTS his nuintrrous mi.tomfrt mm nil tliu.u no ie ira rtna and MvUhIi ( lothinn ftr Npriur MU-. Ut call on him whun In hi Ian .rsa m,a '.,... modioiii bouna, 11H Malti titM't, where ihfv will Uuil, Ui dnot Mlocitun ori kKhiiif mini al'lownr prioM Uiiui vr otfarod lu (hi uoimnunitv. nmi A 18 Ml AIX STREET If. WWArtT- pp. OITKitTS hit enttomnrs to rinembtr hit New Number where hit future bushiest place will be . j uv uw juii,iuf r.inpire u II ic ma - ' L . t:? r ' IJtMm AT THIS REMOXAI-DONT buy voutSprlnKt lothingbclOrtiSoliwariael'i into nlt larae store, wbeu hit tpicudid ty let of go-alt EMOVAL THE EAP.I store win aerearter be the Hut Dayton. Di RAY TICKETS. tc aleaAtf prlated at tat 1CMPIKR ' i ateaia Jobftoous t ' X HE EAGLE . l CTOTIIIVrt HTnnv S 1 U it K Z"S?!i'i N "8 Ht" ,t'" I io ilaikot llouto uiars 1 E will bs reuij la two nie tloott Ted the mate r-- : - 1 , ,E CLOTUIXtJ ; .1 ..tubU,h,ut l New Advertisements. Amusements. LUNEIW OI'KKA.IIOLSK '. min i: ,c .VarSS'...'?-! ii WHiiarr, . "lug Qanaser. - - - t l.ii.at Night hut Tin.... r MR. JOHN McCULLOUOH. 7ia;""l'r,al MV"',, " I I I "! lifl win KIC'llAlflt in in.,."l and ,V in n T.. " L ."". v , aiijluiie. with enlhuiaaiio ln iireparatiun, -The Cortican llrother ,- lioora o,en at 7. overture to 9. Mi l X LI.OLfiTl MATIN li E Saturday, March IT at half p.u two o-clo,k m Music. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, OAYTOX, O. ' Mr. j. zuNDELwori,i kkspect- ' "no."n'' thl,t h will rerelve i.rivat- VOICK-TKAIM.VO Will lie tau?ht In private, or ln .mill claaan. m Iroru two to five puplli -u tumi ol J-rr-dt. MlFSw Miscellaneous. 1VHUBARB WIXE OK SUPER. OK ii.'!".- awl" """'sntlykepton hand for Mont ..I.Ul!I!.Mr eal and Hacraiuvntal puri.oaca, by II Jerome on. ""?' 'l' "U'1- Af'U 'iU" l'IUtt ft.V Tidtl l! tupls-doia W. J. hlltl.HO.N SCHIEPPE HOUSE GEItMANTOWN". ' For Hi i rp .J112 HNDKIOXKr), IN'TEXDIVG tochanKe hl.hutin,,,,, ft-r, fV aalt, J COMMODIOUS HOTELI Sltjiated In tiennantown, Mont,mcrv countv u i eO-V l":'."""1 "' -lc"ral,le fop. for a Hon,. , u,e ,." "iorUrici nlj, THItKK f.OTH KmntlnK 166 fwt on .Main ttreet, hviai icet doeu rhere It on tald property one of the boat LI vet y Stnhlet In the conntrv. liilal,i-d in the best manner Tho HoU'l hnn ln'on (horoiiitijy riiinif ml nut. hihI It in tho .hm nnler It i'hnivc 1, JiHiile cfllnr itiHlfr the whnlrhon, Smoke-hoime, Wnlhl Vfiiiiirp Hlwtut t. an ! 1st., .It'.. -" .ml other necoHnnry out- riuilillllit i.,!;." Taib!r,t"rr;::,?;rniiff "1"0 oi:;K:,;c,hra.onhtMuia - Any one wl.hinc to nir.-hiis(,,a flue iironertv In s lilcaaitiit the aauu- liliinudlutcly lat of Anrll. ii . i. V" lal1 eininlne I'oahcatlon Kivuu on tho ii-ruia iiiiuli. to anit puivluiai-n ISO ft 1,,-riiiaiitoH ii, l ebruarv 111, lulls KKI.I.KIt. fi-htt-stdftw JEWELRY AT COST." ' A HAHK L'HAMCK FOR GOOD BARGES Iftitcht'M. ClorlH, Silver and i'latcd Irure, Diamondx. Ac., Vo. sjii Third Sinn Dai tan. Ohio. T I HEUXIKUSIt;XKDIXTEXlSOLIT- IN(, the Jewelry hii.lui-aa. in whli h he la f.W.'! WJ ma the followlnii proiiotitlon to the i , in. i, io aa-t rio or hit ttock. lie will sell hit whole ttnek of iroiHlt. Ini ludinir hit vnluab o lUtiiu-a to iinv,,,., . i. ..i. enter Into the hutiniitt: and t,' any such poraou lie will leaae the nreitiit lu, now ,u.c..i... ........ tonable tennt. and for any lcnKth ol time doai led' . .r?".', '!'." '?, wl" lo commence the .ale at HLTA1L. of hit eutire ttock of goods at , WHOLESALE I'llICES, In all tslot made by him. above the turn of Fiva iJollart. The public are iuvited to oall and tee lor them t,u. . 'AUf.-.AItli. r- a, ... hats, runs, ic. AT ADMINISTRATIX'S SALE. 1 HE 8T(K'K OF II A HE BTtW'K OF IIATSL Frruii helontrinir to tho Katate of llenrv Kreiner de ilentcl. at hit HlltKtoro in tlm 1-1,1111,,. ...... u.. the tlx I tires la-lonirina to said deeeiored. will lie sub! at Auction, at said room, on HATI'KDAY the 17th itaV Of MAHlJl. IKiW f.rn,Anin.. . . o'utock. A. M , of said day, to i-outiuue till taid pi,,,,,.,,, is an soul. TKlt.MS. On all aums over tlinu, ,lnllH . of nine tuonihi will be kIvcii. . , . HurillA M. KItRMER, mari-du Admlnlttratrlxof H. Kreiner. deed. JACKHOX LANQDO.N. JObHI-II LAXODO.y. J. LANCDON & BRO., M nniit'siMtiii-atrti f FINE' CARRIAGES, UOf KAWAYS. - HUfJUIKS, PIl.tTOXS SPKIXO WAGONH, YORK WAGONS, SLEIGHS, C, ttC. tmSTITVlEAJFINtvVORICMaNJHIP W. W. Phlllipt- old ttnnd. Hot II, IS 4 IS E 4th St. Repairing Done l'romptly J? Neatl. ALSO, DEALERS IXIIARDWARK, nd sventt ror flloliol.l rtui,,.,.n a. t'n i-ih. u...i Huralar i-rool Haliw. and Hc.hoolov't lt,.Viu,Ui,,,. and Lauur ileer lotders. doclltf TO M AI.V STItKKT Greatest Invention of the Age. taV - - SELF-RAISING FLOUR! Advantage of Self- Raising Flour. I HK SAVlXti OE TIME IX l'lfLI'Alt INUitfortlie oven, and the certainty or Hie re. siiltt In any cllniata-, di.,rence of It-inneratnn) not cfluctlna lit while the fermenting, pmccaa bv yen.at Is esaemlallv deiiendentou uotiir,u,1. ..'..r,...'. . not lie uacd Willi succcat iu eillior verv hot or verv cold cliuiatol. and Willi everv fiu ifltv occiinlei several hours, and It Iheu very uuccrlalu lu Ita retultt. '''!'? ".r!'.r"!t "'H will he found decidedly the cheapen that can Ix, uacd for hoii.a , hold purposei. NAVINU THIKTV l-KIt I E.N I' in T. R. CILL1S' FLOUR ST0RF Koiirth ttreet, jutlnaatt of Main, liaytou, Ohio. ahereallonlertihiArjnjeaddicsaud ",.'". Ueuember SS. I jtr y s . , 1 "a 'rom no to 71 nortea liT fr i'V"t J' " "uv- an llent .i mp "i L1, .V? TV alo a vacant Lot between th.' II," ton! S,."h,;,lr,'a..r",, s"""e "" . '-'" r":,"- oiaaiiir tne moat auperior 'read, IlKht litatry. caao. puddlnna. duiii,li,,, batter and artdclln caket. etc . with much . K.1,?'1'1.'1",... . . aa.' Vor-.e i,r;r.-orb the KnoVar" VR'L'