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THE DAILY EJLTIRE.
II. II. Ht)mHII..H.'I.,.,'I' KstMstr. V. s. t i l t II,.. - Aeeewlssle. DAYTON. OHIO. Tuenday, - Tune 19, 1866 State Ticket and State Central Committee. hkckktart or BTATI. tiKK.HEXJ. I.KFEYRK, of Hlmll.r. HOABD public WORK, WM. LARWIU, of Ashland. MIFRKMC JUDO, i , TIIOS. M. KEY, of IlsnilltoB.i RTATRCrNTRAt COMMITrRR, I'' First IMstrV-tlerernlari Kelrstetl. frimul District K. K.tVyx.Jnn. " Third District Colonel C. J. Meant. Fourth IM'trli't tlcorite V. Ilawsoii. Klrth I itrlrt S. . Wnyilcr. Sixth DMrict John tl. Dornii. Seventh Districts-John (1. Thompson, r'.lirhth lli.trlrt.loiii Hinlth. Ninth District Jinlire A. Kramer. Tenth District J. M. Illicit. Klcvmith I Mstrlct- J . W.Sfwmsi. Twelfth District Dr. Wayne (irlswold. Thirteenth District John K. Kollctt. Fourteenth District John I. Jeffries. Fifteenth IHstrlct M. P. Follett. Sixteenth District Charles II. Mlchnlcr. St-vtMiU-enth District Charles It. Atch. KlKhuwith District OennritM. W.Kltch. Nineteenth District Jefferson I'alni. A Startling Exposure. The ClcHrllvId (Pcnn.) Ilqmhlican copies Uie following from one of It exchanpoa : It will be rememhered that at the trial or the aor-niiipllcos of Hootii before a military 1 coiiiiiiImIoii at Washington, on tho charge 't of complicity with the assassination of , Prusiilcnt l.imor.M, n certain Jamkh It. Mkiiiiit wu the prlnclpul witness for the (.overtnueiit. On his testimony Mrs. Huk cat wit convicted and handed, and on his . testimony It M Known that .Ikkvkiihon Davis, ', C. OlaT und Oku. N. Saijmkiih were directly implicated In the assasslua tion. To outsider tho testimony t this man JIkiihit read strnti;tily nt tho time of the trial. Ills HtatemeiiU did not appear reasonable. Mra. Hukkat's daughter, after . the execution of her mother, pronounced them utterly false from oojrlnnlng to end; and so Indignant wax Clay when ho heard lit tills witness biul said, that he volun tarily anrrendert'd himself to the Govern ment authorities and asked for a triul, Davis nud Sai'.ndkuh too pronounced liis testimony perjury. Indeed hln entire story before, the llle:il lulliUiry :'Oiirt had the apiN'ftrnuce of iniintilautured testimony. , It uow npiwura thut thl villain-! evi dence wan perjured from licRliinliip to end. Ho ha recently been before the Committee on Judiciary, of the House of Itepre sculatives, anil hi examination there showed thut hi testimony In the trial of the conspirators was totally void of truth ; that he really knew nothing connecting any iki-soiis with transactions not recog nized hytlifl UKAjrea of war; that Ids at tempt to connect Davis, Clay, SaUNUKhs und olheni with the assassination of Lin coln was a pure fabrication. One very re inurkalile fact was elicited In his exiunlna llon wherein he admitted that the Secre tary of War. Kuwm M. Stan roN. hadpaiil him fccftrwa firt and lix thoutand dollar far hit trrrlrtt at a teitnttM lor the Military CummiminH which tried the contpiratort. This wum the pitiful price of his Infamy. Simh Is theU-stimony upon which Mrs. St'K iiatt, IIakui.u, A rUHOTii and Taynk were hunted and MuDi,AHNoi.D,0'I.AUiiiUNand Scaxoi kh were Imprisoned on the Dry Tor tiiaH. Out of the mouth of this man. who sold his soul to Stanton and Uie Devil for live thousand dollar, a lie publican com mittee are trying to establish the complici ty of ,1 kkfkhson Davis with the assassina tion of A tiRAiiAM Lincoln. WIUiStanton to suborn the witnesses at Ave thousand dollars a head, there Is no telling what tlicy may not be able to prove. This is but a specimen of the course pur sued by this fiend Stanton to wreak bis vengeance upon his political foes. All over the country he organized his Military Court, to convict, and then bought up the perjured witnesses who swore their vie tims to the scaffold or into prison. Blunders. Cincinnati Commercial has the notion Hint Hoi.i.mkykr was killed In a mere per sonal quarrel. This Is a very gross error It commits another very great error tn station thut the Inscription was not desired by Mrs. Kou.miyicr., It was her own. To the citizens of Dayton uo explanation Is ncccMitury we understand it. Wo know that the Dayton Journal defends JiuowN because I!hoW.n curried out the views of certain Ilepublican leaders. The Journal Is right. It vuuht to defend Brown. The Commercial very Innocently refers to Know n as a bad and dangerous naa. You are not posted, my dear fellow. We refer you to the testimony of It. W. Stkklc upon the trial, to the effect that Mr.BHoWK was peaceable, quiet, unoll'onding Individual You must do better, Mr. Commm lalt HTlt is said that a bill' will soon be In troduced Into Congress to pay every mem ber 910,000 per Congress and Ul "iiceusuury truveliag expenses." We foresee, under the head of actual" or "necessary traveling expenses" a wide margin for discussion, JS'vk. of Nevada, will reckon, under the head of "actual expenses," the enormous amouut of whisky necessary to get him from Nevada to Washington. The same Is true of CiiAKuLKH, of Michigan, Si kaoi k, of Rhode Island, and a great number Af other prominent Abolitionists. We apprehend that, If the bill should pass, the people will find it a great saving to elect Democrats to Congress. Tenier ate, virtuous, abstemious In all their hab its. It will be found to cost much less to get them to Congress than the present In cuuibeuts. Terrible Tragedy Near Memphis— Murder at Little Rock. MEMPHIS, Friday, June 15. While a posse were bringing Into the lty two men, . A. itoyett and f rank Wliiirute. arrested for murdering a mun named 1'ayue, on Tuesday night, who were inioriucu on uy cuuaua, an sxwoinpiice, who toluted them out near the city this morning, were met by Mr. Henderson, a relation or I'syne a, wno snoi an mree. killing the former, and mortally wounded Itoyett. The posse ordered him to desist, and refusing, tired, killing- Headerson. Saint, who killed lleudersou, was an uncle of the latter, A tuleuraui from Little Rock last night, says that Dr. Webb, wealthy citizen of that place, anil uis son, were iuuruereu in bed by an unknojrn assassin. Disclaimer. Onr Mends of the Ohio tHatttman are In error. We put no construction iion their article referring to Mr. Vai.i.anhiiiiiam's presence at the iuonratio Slate Conven tion. , Relieving that the, writer thereof was a friend of Mr. v. and We believe so still iwe did not understand that anything flensive. vra Intended by It. Hut we did think that it gave a good occasion to ex press proier ridicule and contempt for the shallow notion that political capital Is any king to fee made out of VaI.lanukiiiaM's nimlershlp of the Democratic . party aud his position In it. We thought the time had come now when this miserable preju dice and clamor sgainst a parUvnlar ian, It host the slightest' Justification, rhyme or reason, should be met and repelled In the manner which It deserved. It was for this purpose, and not to complain of the Statttma. that we alluded to the article. . But -e presume that IK was the intro duction of Mr. V.'s name tn connection with this firjndlce and clamor, without any defense or justification of blin si still a patriot and a Democrat no worse than others, and the idea put fjbrth (without any offense, of course, being Intended) that even If he were as bad a man as he wu said to be, his badness ought not to out weigh the goodness of the Democratic causa, the fitness of the candidates, or, es cspeclally, the soundness of the plaflonn, (which, by the way, he la supposed to have had some hand in framing), that gave oc casion to the misconstruction of the Stalrt mun'i article, by the Cincinnati Com- mcrci'ai, a paper always eager to stir up ill will wherever there is the slightest open- ''It- Clerical Waggery. [From the Louisville Courier, June 15.] Ill spite of the amiable author's Injunc tion of sccresy, we regard the following as too good to lie bmt to the public, and there fore ruf''df-e It from a letter to a clerical frleud of ours, in reference to the Abolition Apostle, Dr. Thomas, in the lute (iencral Assembly at St. Ismls, who made himself fatuous by the figure of "stealing a feather from the wing of his imagination to stick In the tall of his judgment;" and also by his classical witticism upon the St. Ixnils pas tors, whom he represented as calves bleat ing at him because ho had. taken the bull (Louisville 1'rcsbytery) by the horns: Itrooks made a niaulv speech: 1 like it well, and as 1 could not help thinking that even Thomas, as, with outstretched arms and bent aud tugging body, "he held the bull bv tho horns," must have felt that it was a "bully" butt the calf gave when he nut that "leather In the tail of his iudir- iii lit" and "hlsted" him "to the gaze of tils admiring hearers." WV word lor. Its Thomas will not again leave the seat of his judgment covered with only ene feather to a "calf." It Just flashes upon me w hat a great work of art might lie made oi of tli is scene. I will draw It with char- oal. 1 would have a lurge hull slundluir at bay, legs and horns tied up fast with a strong cord called "previous question." A lasso lias been adroitly thrown about his neck, and " a majority of four to one" are running over the Constitution and the con fession to get hold of this roie. Thomas has the bull by the boms. Ills body is bent at right angles, and a feather sticks out of the tall or Ills ludgment ' at an angle or forty-live degrees. Hrooks, as a good sized (high blooded) cull. Is tn the act or making a lunge, tiulloway, as an ass with a Hons skin, is rearing and roaring to scare tho bun. rerguson is puiilug the Hon s skin oil'. McLean Is twisting the choked bull's tail with ell his fbrci!, and crying shame, " shame." at Ferguson. Krebs, dressed as a Hutch butcher, offers his services in any capacity, in killing the bull (' he may have a quarter for the Mew Yort Hadical market. Dr. W. I.. II. is putting the bull with one hand and pelting the bull with the other. Dr. II y, labeled "middle man." Is casting mud at the bull, and smiles at his bull-baiters. Old Dr. It b is on the outside of the riug with L. as his big lacker, and McM. as his little monkey, lie stands on a big pile of rocks trying to get over the fence. He is furi ous shaking his list at St n and every body else vociferating that he cuuie there to kin tunc nun that he is "boss ' butcher. and he will hold them tn strict account if the bull gets away and kills everybody In Kentucky l ALL SORTS OF PARAGRAPHS. a ! A man in California has made prepara tions Ui hutch sixteen thousand chickens by steam during the coming season. Watk ingtim Jiepubtiean. Why is he like Forney f llccuuue ho knows how to feather his nest. The Sanitary condition of T. Stevens, is such as to Induce the belief that when he said "to h 1 with the Constitution," he hud some idea of taking that valuable wurk with hiin. It la rumored that Santa Anna la nego tiating for the euncstrian portrait of (Jen- end Scott, painted by order of the State of Virginia, ami now on exhibition at the cupitoi. ,, , . ).:. Mrs. MuorMary K. Walker, lute surgeon In the United States aruiv. was arrested In New York, a few days since, tor wearing me nioomer costume. ,' , . t IhuKUNO. An editor in Iowa has been fined two hundred dollars for hugging a girl in church. Hrxhamje. Like a good shepherd, he wanted to draw 'the lambs to his told. 'General Wlgfall, ox-confederate Senator troiu j exas. is in Loudon, and is about start ing out to lecture mi the negro, bcgluulug in the Jungles of Africa and concluding with a review of his present . position in America. t ; ? . . , An Englishman Is auld recently to. have Invented a scarecrow so effective that one crow w ho saw It brought back all the com lie had stolen for three years. A soldier whose iipcr Jaw, right arm and rlirht leg had been shot awav In buttle. was put off on the night express on the To ledo road, because tie Had not money cuoiigii w pay nis litre Mi oiuwuter, jiicu where he was gopig to find friends. Oovernor Wright United Slates MlnUler at Berlin, drives a Jet black fast pair on Ike corso, aim excites considerable attention EuipauKMr on Two Mahkicd Men. Madame rumor insists that two married men of this city, well known in political circles, have recently decamped under Deculiar circumstance. Both have futiitliHu. but under a singular infatuation, which the lawyers might term luarrlinuulal Insanity, they went off after strange calico. . We are promised tho names and full Mrtlculars In a day or imo.1a)I agent courier. The monument to Colonel Samuel Colt, the revolver man, aloiit to be placed la Oder Hill cemetery, hi Hartford, will cost about iTsOUO. It is of hootch granite, forty, feet high, and surrounded by a beautiful figure I'Tha angel ef resurrec tion." , i . - i The Democrats of the Tenth District hive nominated J udire Hubert Lowrv. of klk- iiart, for Congress. The 11th Ohio Cavalrv. under command of Captain Humuhrevilfe. left Fort Laramie on Saturday, homeward bound, for muster out. They are the last Ohio trooist lu service. Another Turn of the Screw Company. The American Screw Company at I'rovl dence, R. U with a capital stock or tl.OUO, issi, divided tl.isjomsi of protlts mnong the stiiek holders in 1-uu isi per . cctt land have now divided 91, AIM) for I2u per cent ! I i r Ami hereby lumgs the following lliust ra tion of how It works: Senator Simmons was on I he Tariff Committee and got a heavy duly on lniorU-d screws, and Sena tor Sliiimons Is a sUiek holder in thai con cern. SenAt4r Sliniiions also negotiated wli a BriUsli screw rtnMin. rud with Ju6,(ls IsMigtil thMo off fr.en the Ameri can market, . . - - This is how the Screw Company thrives, and that Is the wsy In w hich thev turn the screws upon the Auierluau people. ..j ' P. . - f -. The Iiemoi ratsot the Sixth Ward ln ilianatsills, elwted a Councilman at a spe cial election on the Kith, by l."2 majority. The trial of John Armstrong, rx-l'ost-masti-r of Sprlntlehl, Illinois, for embezl zlug letter, resulted in a verdh-t of acquit tal. .1. Uoss. the bag Indian of that particular tribe of noble savagia known as the Chero kees, Is ill and likely to die at Washington. Another Turn of the Screw Company. New Advertisements. House Furnishing Goods Van .Ausdal, i Harraaa At Co., ; II ' 1 ' i. il.l ' IHe. 74 mala street. ' i Ilnve Jnl mnelveil s large rtock of New and Rich Patterns, Body Brnitels, ' ( English Tapestry Brnisels, Three J1. Superfine Ingrain, Wool Dutch, Tapestry Ingra'n, Hemp nod Kaf CARPETING i murhtheyoaerat; 'f" 1 NEW'TORK PRICES. iiou uttiwo. roi!Ai Mums, aud ; i HiBJbLA HAITI JUI.I. Floor and Table Oil Cloths UAItHKfU.V.4. 1IONHT ( 0M ft AtLKNDAI.E ConntorpaiiGMi Rlrli IVrrr Ourtslnt, ulHCornlros, D,ien,iifi j.eae i.urcains, Ltirtatn Loops, -v -Hstin ile Lain .'urtHlii. win. lew Mhsiles, lirtaln llsnirislts, NiittiiiKhssit ( urtslns, t.uruiu oiui, Wlmliiw IIoIIhikIs. curtain ubimih, Cui'talu Tafitiuls. TAHi.at Ann piasio covrnsj. TWM, NIIKF.TISIUSJ, I Ark.lS), -A-t IiowPrioeB. .iust ki:ckim:d A liaiuliome siKirlmuat of IMampeil Gilt r WALL PAP BUS Npw tty.ti Krcico and Gilt Decorative Paper Hangings, ATI WAIJ. IAIKRH, COMMON WA IX 1A- rr.H, W 1 !S lUW 1'Al'KK, FIHU-UOiaHP PKINTS ( ariHitt nisvto and uut down. Wiurinw Mhmlc niUJornii:t) put up, aiul tiUnu work ti9cuted M ttori isOtil'A. ; . ,v'':'4 k x - 4. TAX AIISDAL HAKNOct CO., T4 main ntreel. iiilly DAYTON PAVILION ! IF y.'il want Kmielhlnn Ui refroris you. call at OKI hKI.I.M AYKR M Pavilion, un Jiiflerseu itrtut. MiiitoK le tne loitifllee. whure all kimlii of Kct'rtttfliiuimts, in tissin. are served uu In Hie Imst style, llu keep t'realnt ol all the ttsvoruil llavoi t. hie Water, kliuersl WsUtr, Ac; aUo, nil kinds oi nire ukHi, Krom-.ti and common Caudles in lurffe variety, all kinds of Krutt, in season, both Koieiun au, iKHuritie, psper-r.lMjlled Almonds, Kntfllsh Walnuts, Pallli-mit,, r illM.'its, UroHiid-uuts. Ao.. with a Isrire variety of other articles lu his hue of liusiiiuss. HavniK au exeeriuone of twenty-flve VUitrs in thu hisiiicns. he lluoe to lei ahle ku ulf.Krt all who may favor him wlla their runtiim. nails, ncd.uuic I'ai'lles, aud flc-ulcs suptdlod with everything in his line of lmiue. ou terms to suit the times. He meinlMT fty .Icaerstm st., ouwistte the I. t. . JulftdTuThstMtl r.X 1W RE1.LM AYKIt Notice to Bridge Builders. At uiTos s Okfice, Mo-NTflnaxRY Co., Ohio, j ' ' ' isvvo, JuueU, lHos. ( SKAtKU proposals for building a Uridre Over W.df Hreek, Perry Township, will lie received Until IHMIII on Hatuntisv. Jnlv T 1HSA I1i1Ih,Ii. sinners resurve the rig-lit to rejeit any and all bids. u uiey snina protter. j ne plan and snet'tni'ations are to ta sein at this office. ,1, W. IllKTKICII. Julodawlw Auditor MontKoaaery ;ouuly,0. Country Residence at Auction. i I, . , i , 1 will offer for sale, oa Saturday, the 30th duy of June, 1W1U, My plane, sitoated on the rihakertowa Una, I num. site tlai Lunatie Asylilm, romamlng about twentv. live aeres. Tills proerty is moat ellKibly sltuaUul, IxhiK ou the Mtkt point on tliu irnsl, llu thu idaee there are alanit tst fruit trees, of th very iMiatvsrieMeai alatot 1UI apple, and 100 plum: the Imliiiire nach. pear, nerturlao, apiiuits, uuini e ao.1 cherry i all now full bnarhiK size; also a vari ety of raspbowy, bluvkberrf. strawberry.' kiwso berry. currant, and a variety of oliok Kranes: lutot uimiiLm. mmu l , l.u ... I i This is one of the most desirable yipperlius ia Uu Also llousenold Furniture ooiulsting ef IkmI slends, bureaus, tables, sUiMla, chairs, looking kIuhsos. desk, laaik caso. and all other urticius ap pertainina to housekeeplnff. Also, one irluK aion, ene biiRiry. several ante linsiO harness, one stt plow harness, one sielsh one wind mill, one plow, inte harrow, one side sad. die, one buy's saddle, one, ponyr also two mi. rkr hloinieil sows, and many nW articles uut here t'liuuieraU'd. , one hall of the pun-haae money on the farm can remain on mortitiiKU If itestred. , . . u The proHirty can lie sees at any time prevloat to day of salu. Halt, to coiumcuc,. at ten o'cli-k, .. ' ' ' IIKKUV O. B-nittMH.' C. V. Iluiwr bob, Aantloueers, enn give all in formation. i... lulSMWrtswI. Metropolitan Restaurant. N. Ill Tklrsl atreel. Adam Knecht & Son, Prop's. M KAI.S turnlshed st all hoars ilurliin Lha dav market aSt.ni will la. nnui,. sue twmi oi evaj-vuilua: uie in i . , . i.iKH-ii every auuilay and Vfeduesdsy nuirn Iiiks, at ten o'clock. , ' i x . JuaVISw DATTON WOOLEN FACT0EY, Tl'RIli the past winter, has been rented s ' a Itn eui-ire uew niacuillery, and U well pre uarwi lu ear aa spla woo! Into vara, or aianu fuctura wool lulu Jeans, Hatlnets. t'lanuels. Illaa- keU, etc., by the yard uron shares. KeeiisaaMl 7. . " ..whit JVl WUUI. Persons at a distance ran ship their wool hv rallroaa, with diroctious what they want it maile lulu, or exchanged lor, aud it will lie promptly at teudedto.' If taUsfM'tloii la not given, the goods can lie returned and I will pay the market price for the wool that was sent. WILLIAM MMII laisastu no. as vino street. Iiaytop.ohio. 1IO K ACE WniTSBY, Auctioneer, lMYTUNjOUlO. ii cry sales in svaoreouatev for tka ,M IV priue-rllU lor Urge sales aud fit tor smaller .-.' juldisw Patent Pumpfj tot Bored i 'WelUC 00VSTT AW DTOWS KKIHTH KOR OHIO, of Jaiaes Huggutt's Pateat, for sale by us, at Daytou. (Jhlo. warning is hereby giveu asalust lufl lugeateulsupoasaltr patent as we kaveoi-tleeed proseclHinlusliesun.. i J. H. MOKIH, JUaytuo, Juuc i. lhott-dawlm W. J. HUKU'UM Fancy buow bills rerCeaiitrs itswoaaess, neatly printed at the 1 batl'IHK t I i bteess Jam Boeas. ' Another Turn of the Screw Company. New Advertisements. Special Notices. Special Caution. re.WlS)ai4waeiTiilisl mi r has lirise eBaulsr last vsrluvi parties hsvs put est anurtnt calling- thna Mrs. Wltnlow. I'lraae take aotlcs rest THH MRS WIKsUiW or TIIK mMlTIIJNd MtRlip IS WOT OOWH tHTKV WITH AN V OTIIKK ARTIl'LK. juawu I)r. BickneTr 8yrup!" . , , , TIIK UKKAT t ( OIIOLEIlA . ILdMIIDY I ilo, PyumUty, MrrAM, Choltr Nartut, Amk ir CWjtMst, famtr Orump In Ktomatk or Mr. tU, Sick or r .SSwumA, Jttofr't tMU, o., kad Is warranled to cess nr ae pay. Is taerlr veg. abl, without a awtlele of opfciM or aarratio. Ittjrtiljr amaistlr, ii'rf pleasant to the taste, aula, liiit ut la Its efforts, wsrmt snd strenftheiis the system, acu like a ehsrra. affnnllnir almost imais. Ilste ivllrr. audaU'laof tho article will sslliff the saost lnrreliilna of Ihcte facte. Bviii br all flrslen In aierili'lne. TIcsm ssaii for eh-onler. Try It. ; rnpsml only by IWA MITTOW rrotlilrm-e, it. I. HKMAS BAKStS A of New Tnrk.Ucueral A(t. , i . aitiiawesi MrSsWINSLOW, Aa esparlenced Nurse and Female Physician, , Pretentt to the Attention of Mothtrt her ' SOOTIIIRG STRUP1 For1 CMlJrou tiling, Which (really laclllUUos the nroeess ef teething, by softening the (iims.roducingsll InDammatloaa, will allay ALL PA IK and spasmodic aotkm, and is Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Iiepcsd upon is, atoshers, it wDt five rest to your - selves snd Relief and Health to Tour Infanta. We have put up and sold this article for evor 80 years, sad' csx sr in cosriDiNcs isdtsuts of it what ws have never beea able to say of say other medicine asna bas it rsiLSD isisrsoLS in. htancs to arraoT a ci;ss, when timely used. Never did ws knew aa Instance of dlMstltfsctloa by any one who used H On the contrary, all are delighted with in operations, and speak lu tarns of commendation of Its magical effects aud medi cal virtues.. Wespeak In this matter "w bat ass do snow," after N yess'axperienuai and riaboi oua ssruTATioM voa tbs rutriLtassr or that wa niciABs. In almost every Inatanea where the Infant It suffering froet pals and sxhanitloa, re lief will be found In flfteea or twenty minutes alter the syrup Is administered. Full directions tor asisgwlll aReompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fac simile of CI' It'iiH l'EKKINS, New York, Is oa the outside wrspper. Sold by all tlrugglsU thrmigheut the world. PRICE. 0VLT 35 CIS. PBR BOTTLE. aU4dawra A CJoua-h. Oolil, or Horsi Throat, KKqUlRKS IMMEDIATE ATTBNTION, ANP SHOULD Ha CHsX'EKD. i i If showed to continue, Irritatlwai tttm taii,s Perassf cwrakle l.wiff Dlaease , I OFTIN 1HK BKSUI.T. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES Having a direct Influence to the parts, UIVE IslMICbUTE HKUKV, for Broarkltls, Aitarjt, CaUrrk, Cob ujalve ami Tkreat Blseases, Troches are used with always good sunress. ' SINGEBU AND PUBLIC HI'KAKBRS Will And 7VeeAe useful in etearlnir the Voir wKtiM taken IV ire Ninninn or Hpeitkltiir, anil rtjUuving thu throat utter tn uuuNUal tlon of thu Toctu orKun- The 7VrxiA ttrm rtMHniinjitdHl and or ncrilMiil hy rhvf.u tanii, kiicI 1iavi had tntiiHoniaU rrtim um Incut men throuKhout the country. Buintr an art.t-.lt) of fcrua inarit. ami havinr rH-aii thair t'niawuj uj iru oi many rffars. ear,!. v year flntla lllti ID 111 DHW IfiCHIIUU II various, napta tit ti,a world, anil tho 7WmAm artt univarttavllv mnn....t bettor .baa other artirWn Ol.ukn imly "BIIOWN'S BROKORIAL TRO CH KH," ami do not trtke any oi tha Wor$Mm Jmi. Uhiion that may m offurd. htilil avrrwhere m thft rnltsud Statfla an.i ipa elK Couuti io. al S6 otinta pur Imix. ttiaUw H.I..S.. HitfrTr r " ''There le eaaar at true ward epakest In Jeal, said a geatleman to his friend whs re marked that "Ssreeatbstciiaaire gfeesl, bat Kssscae are natter." nAHBIAOK AftU CKI,IH AIJTs an Is- say of Warning and lustructioa tor Vonnf Men Also, Diseases and Abuses which prostrate tha vital powsri, with sure means of relief. Went free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. J. SKH.IJM HOUUHTON, Howard Association. Philadelphia, l's. - alkVlawam MEDICAL NOTICE. . Dr. E. CONK may Ixenonsultod as follows i In X K.N I A st the 1epot Ksting House, on Thurs lay., Maivh 6; April IS; May 17; July 6 Aug. ept. IS; Oct. IS. in u AVTON stthePhlllilll House, on Friilavs u 14, Out. la p.i 1 npri oil, lD;eilljr e, Aug. 10 1 tlcpt. I, w In THOY at the Morris House, on Kalnrriava March 10: April 14; May It, July 7i Aug. 11; Sept. 15: Oct. SO. r . fl.. UIIU I UlieiVT 1, . .... ..fiiii. i ... ...'.-!' .no nuns itouse, on Thursdays, Mareh 1A; April 1; May M: July IS: Aug 10: Scut. SO; Oct. . ... .: Ur. C'ONe has had offices in each of the above planes, that he has regularly visited for the past seven years, and as he has treated and cured many I'atleuts, in each of the above places, he can give the lujsl of references in each place as to hit a,ll. Dr. CONIC Trusts and C'nres all varieties ef Chronio diseases, including those of the ICye and Kan makos no charge for consultation; but if those Who consult him desire traatlnamt ha diura Vueh for his Medicines. aiisiicines that will last a patient rmni four to six oullis, oust from Vive to Thirty dollars, In Cash Moiiraaat or. s. uuns, 1 novM-dly COLUMUUI, OUU. ': OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. THIS well-known aud popular resort, having" been lately purchased by the undersigned and thoroughly " Refitted and Refarni&hed, la the best style, will be open for the reeepUaaaf guests on the xoth or may, tsee. The location of the Hpriugs, snd the mineral preperties of the waters, are a sure guarantee against all uialarioui or contagious diseases. Oinnlhusses will run from all day trains on the tl,C. A (J. K. R. Passengers leaving Cincinnati by the six e'eioek A. M. train will arrive at tbs Springs at two o'clock 1. M., and by the alas o'clock train will arrive el 4:30 P. M. . A line COTILLON HAND will be in alteadauoe hraugSoul the season. A11 letters, packages, sto, ueloaging to guests, conveywlfrueof citargelo and from the springs. T3K..OF.FIOK Will tie under the tuperyieloa ef Major D. T ri. Pltl.K, lately of Adaiui Express, and foruierly of U.A.st 8t. Louis U.K., aud ef ti. r. TOPPING, formerly of Uaii House, LmIsvIIw, and lately ef Burnet Ituuse, ciaoinaatt. Ouesu vlsltlug the Hpriugs oaa have every as surance that tha fare aad accommodations will be equal If not superior to any watering-place la the Uulted States. . The usual trip tickets will be Issued by tha vari ous railroads leading from Cibciuaatl. All bag ge" transported free. TKHMS-rouf dollars per da fbr transient guests, and tha usual reduction for families re. malnlng during the season., s,. . Kjr Post oatce address, tewli' TJenter, Ohle.' JOHN H.FERRY. .'as. 3 ' J.i.. fKOPRIKTOaL 1 " ,our "aluUng done hy ' KUHN.H Mill EN UT, Ne tl lOUBTH BTHBKT, bet. Mala A Jefferson. All kinds of work in their line promptly attended to. - asHAININii and M A K B ri N O dime la tha highest style of tus art. Cellluga ealelmlned la a 'uperiof manner All kinds of ttlgu and Orna tueutal work neatly doae. mitdlm Another Turn of the Screw Company. New Advertisements. Special Notices. Book Store. h : i BOOKS! U4sMM HIOKEY.'B, j , , i t .i m 'i ; -'' ' ' BOOK STORE ! i . u h , .: i . . . i 1 1 1 ' t ; !, I lli4 vU 1 - OQO TlaAxvX 1 atreot, ARB JUST RECEITTNG A VITLT. UM OF ' , . . , .. . INS y," ' , NEW ANb CHEAP . V i WalL Papers! '. 1 1 White Ulanks, ' , ti i ' i -j t! A O A ATIN .; , f.t, J , J.';"-DEAD OROUKDS,'; L"', .... ;' PTAMPED GILT, . !;,. --i I : - ' - i ' - ' l ' '...!,, ,! ..( ' - Vi ' r'OK CHURCIIE.S, ' , : ' PARLORS, " HALLS, o. ' MSTISTG ROOMS, -' ALSO&A LABGK LOT Ol- Embraclnfr all the uew and desirable Pat terns, 6, J and 8 feet long. STORE SHADES i . . . t ( MADE TO jOROER. . ' a new Lot of genuine ARNOLDS INKS! Faber's Pencils, r- . vEagle Pencils. ; t Gillott s Pens, '.- .... . Fairchild's Gold Pens. , ! SOLE AGES I FOR,,, r ,. OEWET'S FRUIT PUTES, il HOUND IN BOOKS AND VMBOUMD. l.i ' '' A COMPLETE LINK Git , : OFFICE STATIONERY Blank BookB, . :;;! ; ; i-1 ' " . . i . , , . , School Book, I ALSO i .,.,'' i ' ' ' . . . . FLAT CAPS, XL10 POST, FLAT LET TER, MEDIUM AND DEMY PAPERS, ; . CARD BOARDS, CARD B MEETS,' PRINTERS STOCK 33iisrr)iisra done. Cash Paid for.Jtaga ' , " 1 , ' ' i . AT ; ' Rickey's Book Store. : aplH-lyd. Wants. w ANTKn IIHMKIil ATKI 'l.'.il I? i: :terS, 1 llovt n rnrn trades 1 Morhauii.. n IT 'liiiK Arenls, all with aalnnee varvlni; fioin f SKI per month. A,ilv now snd liaeriiut on the reirl.ljii' an.f i.v'm,,,, n. .11 ..m ( l IO Dime IM, lit rirrmnd of tha result. Ki,rl,. one didlar to J'lnmer A to., at hkliinoml, Indiana, and elll be awouimo,lati.d, , JiiIOiIIIk C P. yon t w A K T R 1 P Ai T 1 v. 11 a vivn falent Klebts tp ilf.nnsanr ivauu,. , ri,i invest hi 1 Pi;t Kisrlita. wli s,i n to tlielr Inu aatseeailsttue l.rvst Western Ileal tl.lnlit al r-at.nl KlKhtollloe of I,. WAIT. IIIKKK I em,, nana Me. lovee lltst oo, Ja ton, .. Wasted it to bw Kvfiww tuvt CLARK A kkl l.V haveestalilisha.1 . a.. " can talent Miiilit Kinporlnin," at Nn Hie HivmidA , ' .r,,, n,r sue iiitiiNiiK'tmn and sain or vaini.i , Patent lllirhts and I.lsr-savtn Marhliw-r. 1 V reaiieat 1 it all who de,ir,' to di.MM,e of or pui-chas 1 atuie aiui AaiaHr-aavine as a, ftlMArs a i ... ...... "" ttiarlll-Sutd Va NTED PERSON'S Ol'T OK KM- ri'i en r.nr tnose Wantilis; UAli!, Inform. K V "! V "" '" . le Ad? ortUe in the Wants. New Advertisements. FOR SALE. to iarXa ami la-atninu farm beli imging to Jefferson Patterson's EeUte ! AlVl Ktllnlnlllir thim rlt.v mt Mia sum.iI. h... i .L ... Tided uite ' " '" 30 LoU, Ranging from 1 to 60 Aorei, l'artliulurlr sdaited to HHIililltJ A JIB eAKIlKMVU I'lBPOSKl' Aad will he offered at Sheriff's Sale at the Com t House. in the olty of layua, an Saturday, June 10, IHfifl, at two o'clock P, ' 1U. AH or the ahoTe Is eery desirable property, the " ' p'"i ii-m-r. in HittiiiMin iimnimMrn to -(Nartnlty h.vH.-.t to tliiH opituriqiiltr ...... st I'oiiirinnriy MMII IUMI U Utfir " . .. si's, nsesi suit llinrftt'tl VHI V 1Z.T' l!X'i Mro-rly Is elevateil wiaaf. I J " , """" ",r """'ii "lies, . .iiiiiiiaiiii Ssf.S.1' "'"J1"' lon and the tcni will s ' hoeiestt-aif lot ineludes lty Largo & Well Arranged Dwelling, carrlag-o liouse, and "llier out-l.uildlnits.irmel well ei.tern and nerr-rallln surinasi )m. fruit rarioas kinds and , h,.l,t variTtles, in, , vluevani and or, hard In full N'srlnu Tlw in,. provenienM eu this lot are raanituld and valiialde very durable and In the last .-oiidit"..,.. l'i!.t, oi ,r , " . , ' wvn ne tneniH'ria's offli e and ou the (m-iiiises. tt.Ii i-"' . 5 " eALB-iine nfih down, and the balunue in live annual uavineuta with InU'rest at six per eent. from day of sale. lulbTaThaKla NEW" ESTABLISHMENT J. F. Lentz 6c Son, lulled Uretlircti Building Northeast turner MalH aud fourth ' , DAYTON, OHIO, , . - alamifocturt'ri nud dealers hi BOOTS AND SHOES, Of every description. Theyalwsvs keep on hand, of their own menu faeture. and the la-st sale .,i-k u i,.,-u of BooU, tthoes, Uaittirs, Hlippe'i, ete , for ladies missus, nieu and boys' wear, and at urieca to suit eusl4,iners. r Kepnlrlne done st short notlro and duraldv. jneV Will VIVO MUeLilinn tn il,ui.. .......... nirrs uu miu piiiuio. i CSii aiSklU' J MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. ma vott 'B ut-rtcK, Maris, imm. Ib (As OllUtnt o Uaitcm: ' , In uouttillanoe with a rin,tm n,n,tu I.J .ka t,. ident ami iiieinlierM oi' ti,,, t Ov iti.,.nr..i- n i. 'Mid many otherelUzeuaof the eity. I. Ji IN I II A N , , miijiii oi i'u)iou,uoiMue tne follow ina; I'Kot i.AUA'iioN : . .: WeXRCiSrTliere is Inat , in, t,."lii..u.. naliKuaut or liilWllous disennes are luslaiiiWli- . ui twiuit prt'imi-t'ii in - . the laist oos. lilu inaiiio-r lup,.iu,,i h h..i....u or Hutall 1'oa, the owner, lenuot. Ilea I of Iniullv! or proprietor of any house, or bulldiUK.wUliin tliu u, i w. c,,,, m n'qiiireii uy tut In it and llldi-uan.-e of Uie city, lo huve, or penult, us soou Us it iakuuwa, tbrouKh tlw report ol a pbysklau. thai, any person in or alsiut their pminlses bus ai,v mu lifuautor iulentioue diseases, au.-h at small onx ' or eholera, u yellow tag lo lie out iiu in a urnnn nent and coiisplrnoiis plaee ou thu pi-emises to ' a poinie niat eontaxion Is exlKtllie Within tha limits nr ui.-lnltv .,r ,1.. ngetber wlih the nauies aud residence-.oi euuh such ttase. - , j It le also required thut the parents or heads ol families will have the members of their family Uist has not been, or io tlie opiniouof tlielr ihiiiiIv pbvslclan raquli'u It.vacrlnattdassoon us oi.ibla. All persons haying auy muliguanl or eontualous disea-e.,, bo shall leave his.lu ror tlielr rooms and exeose theiiiMdvus on the puhlle streets, or a-o lino ally house where peraons will lai hi ilsnri r ,H tnkJ ' in said disease before Mier slrall huve ivwdved a " ruili Urate iroui souie idiyslnlan, Hint they are past y daniier or iHoilaiiiou, are liable, m uoiivirtlou, to nay u line of not less lliiui ten or uiore than II fly doHam. .JONATHAN hKNNhiY, ' m,1M f Mayer ol da tea. NEW FUENITURE and CHAIR ' G (WARE-ROOM; 1 4 1 ' In Deckel Hall, 74 Jejfemou Street, WllEBB WE HAVE OPE K E D Av new stork of Ft'RNI l t llr. of Ji Our Own Mantifacture, f rom the laistmaterlal and latest styles.' We In- vltetlie publicto Kireusainll aiiM-liad. . - , v J. M, KTAKkl A do. i I lr.A.U.ltitOW!WVa, PUISICIAN AXIJ SlltGEOX, DAYTON, OHIO, OKKICK In H oi man's Huildlns; (up stairs), Jefferson street, opposite I'lui iiijc House, 1 1 4" lu"-uiamally lixaud in Hay ton, und will 1 1 lie round allris oUkaial all a.mra, earept when " profestloiially aliseul. , Jul. Hi , ... JL , ATLANTA HOUSE, No. 20 MARKET STREET, 1 : PAVTON, O.' ' - i ' B OAKDINO BY THE WEEK ANT MkALH AT ALL UOI'Utt. (.liolc. , Cigars aiul i.iHuuaa a, in rtar. Lunch MSt'ery-tUty at JO o'clock, 1 .. ' JAITIII VTAGUONKIt,; . anr1 Sot ,i froprlior. LEGAL NOTTC'K. I A parausiieeef aoonlerof Ihefrolialeourt of Mnal(omery County, Oliiu, will offer for sale at laitdie aiu-tlon, on Saturday. June lUl 1MJ0. . BetW'ees the kowes ol two aud lour o'eloi-k p in.,' upon the premise, lit miles weatof til rmaiitown, on tile eoumy line mad. tho foUowins ileaeribi'd real estate, situate in said rnimty of nliiplifuuiei-)- , to-wlt: IWKluuiuir eleven lades and llirve liiii,.' fiom the stiiTtiou liueeastof Uie s'Qlhvlet.ourner. of the soutliweat itwarter of se.-(iu ko. si x .town, sbsu three, aud or ranxu four, east; tkaned uorlh nve dt-srees, twenty Miles, to a rorin-r; llire.'e, north elsbty-llve deitrotst, east slstoaa' poliw to a -ooriter Uiene south live degruvs, east taunty Soles tas eorneri and Iheuee south etshty ilvo UKreee, west sisteen poles lo tlie plat e of laialu. niiis, cositalnlas' two a,-rvs of land. There is upon the premises a (ood dHiillliu. house, stable and otlier out-liulldlniis. and s seue ral Tsriety ef Iwarina Iruit lives, tl, . The premise have l,een aiiiraied at four hun dred Hollars, and eauuut sell for less Ibau two thirds of that amouut. Terms orsule uue-tblsd eash; one third In ana year, and oue third la two years from day of salu with interest, to be secured by moita-iiae uixin the premises JijeKl'H Vrill.HON, Aihulnistratoruf Ueary Witters, deceased. Oaoaus Yt Uo sa. Atturuev. m6l6u K . Treiuturer's Notice. i . ,U-C! T Hit TAX PAY Kit of MontKomery ( eunlv, Ohio are hereby notified that the last inslali- iiiviisui i axes tor ine vear isne must be paid br tbesuth dav oi iiiue. less.. 1nem. sin k., at hair past tl s A. M., and eloes at Sre r M - re. oien al half past sis P. M ,aud cliaes at elirl.t p. a) ea h day from this date, aulil the sink of this iiwt lor the fjilrnose of reeeiviua Tases. tuur ti, Is sliort, Htotiey pret-iousi euoie aiuiis snd avoid the - .. ... Miin.y i tiispiarinu' any sur.h Bug until the tuuie ler puttlus; it there Is entirely I removed, will be liaidwto a line of fJ aunsts ' All physiuian, eomniauders of caual bouta, and I all keeiers of boalililiK-houses, tavei-eja. and cat fea-nousea. are required lu auounlaaatusw itli eee, I tlon one, or an onlliuiu.'e reKiilatinx rcum ts it J ertaln cases, to report, in writlliK. to the Mayor I Without delay, every ruse whli b luayeonie tn tliiu kuiivtludare. or small ,M n ..h..iu.u Z P""a,iy. Iianiivi, NI'AI.Kf, i uus 11, laoe-d8wt Treas. of Mont, Co., O.