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' . wi-rk. fayshlo loCiiTieri)............ 90 liy mail, per annum In advanot.... 7 00 WUKKLV O-I'IKK. Oip cney, per mnnm ti no ft-lf'! he KM I' IKK circulates free of postage In .Monlffoinery .ounly. Payment ia advance la all Job rH.usrxura-. orevrrv description, etrVuted on -team Presses, n the hut style, mid at reasonable prices. EMPIRE BUILDIHG, WO. 110, MMH ST Professional Cards. 'wiLM ER H." BELViLLE, ATTORNEY- A.T-LA.V7, DAYTON. OHIO. WCFM'F. orthaaat Coracr Third ana nln HreiiK. aul4dav3m i J .J . B ELV ILLE, Attorney n ; Ij rt w AND NOTAItV PUBLIC. rri"KI t B.1 .' lran atreet. Opposite the Fostofflre, ... m4daiv4m IMTTOtt, OtUO. ODLIN VCAHILL, Attorneys and Conmelori at Law, Oaraaa'l Ballrilaa;, Third ert. fatll-dvftr HATTON, OHIO. E. THOMPSON, .A-ttornev and ISTotarv, DATTON, OHIO. WlTX ATTEND "to ATX BUSINESS entrusted to lilm rlthdlligence, promptness, and on Third street, over Ih.brS- C. L. VALLANDICHAM, Counsellor atLnw, DAYTON, OHIO. STILL PBAOTICKIH THE SEVERAL ' STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. ..rUd-fformsu'i new baildln,-. "I'l""1"" mANCIS C.BICELOW, Attorney- t -HLnn.-OT1 DAYTON. OHIO. triCR-lP Wor,aa's new bnlldiur, n"P'1rlc ePostOIBoe. . ' JOHN A. .M'MAflON. DKOKOK w. HOCK. Ittorneys at lATTOS, OHIO. (UTIre no. 3f Thirl Street, Bait of Muin. nor-n-nin Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. " 7T,i. o. into iVNiu, MYSimi HV) SI.UKEM. OtilO. iK(i:S-ln fl.ir nin'1 lluil ltnir I up stairs) I -rnrson 'troet. opposite Ph eolx tense, ITA4''.m"nintly.. lt.l in l.ayton. and wll II be Kl at hi-. mice at all hours, except .when professionally absent. .. drTeTTenn incs, (,te Post Surgeon Cam n Icnnlson. olTiirs his snr vices as I" lYrUOIAN NI)Sl!IWKON tother.ittiens of Oayton and vicinity eTIsJK-Ho. 57 Ludlow St., between ' ;ldsnd ItU. Wliero ho may he found at all hours. I!'tr"h"""""' ', C' l""M"''T' U".V.!pW'.itf'' Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Bell Hanger. Locksmith and Bell Hanger ! NO. 3O0 TMIBP K'.'UKfcT. (Over Stout's Iron Store,) )AYT()N, OHIO, . Models for Patents made on short notice, Sewiug sl'dUnes repaired, and all kinds of work done in neat ami satisfactory manner. KKYS r'lTTKD AND RKPAIKKD, Looks picked, If required. Satisfaction given. janlO-rttf Notions. JOHN O.CAIN. D. K.UOYKK. CAIN & BO YE II, WUOLK8ALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Notions, HOSIER X, GLOVES, FANCY GOODS ifom. 4 nd gul. Second. St., DATTON, OHIO. It14 Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER & SPIELMAN, Mii THIRD STREET, DAYTON. O. Are prepared to serve as AUCTION BISKS In oouutry and olty, or will sell 'sued, .a consignment. r rHR8TopnIB ttnil DAVID CI.AUK. fehei-wtf Auctioneer.. PODOGOO-U E ! ! The Great Foot Lotion, IS a new and Cheinlcal oomixiundl A curious and wonderful discovery I An absolute 1)mm. oriserl And the First and only Itoiuedy ol tho kind In the world. It absolutely destroys the offensive odors arising from diseased feet, at once and for all time. It mo.iifles but does not stop perspiration. It inoditles excessive perspiration under the Arms, removes offensive odors altogether, and aves the line dresses ol the ladies. a feu? .in.... ..inliH.l iinilerthe arms. after wash. Ing, are siiitti-ieiit ui lcodori.e the most offensive j Demon. WHITE or III. Al K. lining a I'OWtKlUl. , ASTItlNliES 1' aud SKUA I IV h. It is one of tho best remedies now known lor Soft Corns. ' Warts, Bunions, Bruises, Sprains, Chaps, Cialls, Chilblains, Inflammatory Swellings, Jlners, o. man or animals. Physicians everywhere reo- emend It. . S1I.SHKK CO., 'ale Proorletors and Manufacturers. Cln'tl. O. .VhJlesale Agent: W. W. STKWAHT. W lOlesale Dealur In Drugs, Medicines, Paints, jils, AoM Main st., Dayton, o. JuSdawSm Ti the Citizens of Dayton and Vicinity. Choi or, that dreail Aisti''. Hconrtro, halt j(:tlu reticliert our htr. ami th Urt fnifs ton wliinli will naturally arine witli mot imrmii. "Whut nhall w iio U avert the attack ol' thii Jp. Jilefctroyf rP which, on itt furnuT visiu. It'tt nun ani tlttitth lu lt trail, ami mati no many lira iluaoliiU)." In vitiw ol the tjxiMrteiu.u of the ntt our advice l. ohtinrve clortiilinehri ; ftve rlrt attention to 111 K I; Imiiifth uuin,4)ary liar, dil haru always on hand ready for uso Kaufman's Celebrated Anti - Cholera Bitters ! ! Pronounced by the highest authorities to be a CERTAIN AM UNFMLIN3 ' ItEMEDY I In thu must evorniue of UUrriiiFi. UHflntery, cholera Morbus, luniplent ataget of O lx O 1 O X A .". . ' H all stomach complaints. For sale ky Drug ;"su generally. S. KAUFMAN CO., inUwam . Cincinnati, O., Sole Proprietors. UOBACE W JUTS EY, Auctioneer, DAYTON, OHIO. w 'ILL cry sales in town or country, tor the old prlceluior large saies auueoior smaller JuWw The B VOL IV DA AILY YTON O. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, Empire. 18G7. NO. 124. Democratic State Ticket. FOR (iovkiinor: AI.I.ENU. Til I'll MAN. KOR L1KTTKN ANT OOVKRNOR: UAXIKL S. UIIL, of HoIiiim. KOR TRKAHURKR ! Dr. C. FULTON', of Crawford. FOR At'DITOR : JOIIX McKLWEE, of Butler. FOR ATTORNEY OKNKRAI.: , FRAXK II. IIITRD, of Knor. FOR JlinOK-OF BI'PRKME COURT : THOMAS M. KEY. of Hiiiiiilton. FOR CONTROIKR OP TREARI'RY I WM. SHERIUAX, of WIHImna. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS I ARTHUR HUGHES, of ruvuhojra. News by Telegraph and Mails. The grand Jury of the Now York Court of Oyer and Terminer have presented all alleged gift enterprises as public nuisances. and detrimental to the morals of the com munity, which should be at once abated. Robert Kkrr, a citizen ot Wayne County, Ohio, who was on his way to examine land in Missouri, was robbed of $.170 yesterday, by two confidence men, in St. Louis. The bridge at I'iriua, on the Columbus and Indianapolis Railroad, washed away with the late flood, ia 'now rebuilt, and the trains are running regularly. Mr. J. Woolfolk, of Versailles, Ken tucky, who left Memphis on the Louisville road, was since found eighty miles out, with both his legs broken, and robbed, lie was known to have had about $1,000 when lie left. The house of William Mohuan. of Drake- vilie. Iowa, was burned on the 4th, and Mr, and Mrs. Mohuan. polished in the flames. tteuerni btf.kdmax nas declined the ap pointment to investigate the Fort Phil Kearney ma icre. licneral Alfred Sully and Colonel 1'ahkkii, the latter of General (Iha.nt's staff, have been appointed to make the Invextigat ion. The Michigan Stat Temperance Conven tion, after a lengthy and stirring session. passed a resolution declaring it inexpedient to form a new party on the question of temperance as a distinctive issue. Hon. Henry Leu, for wham South Oaro Una cast her electoral vote for Viee-Trcsl dent, at the second election of General Jackson, died in Iioston. Wednesday, at the age of eighty-five. John Sakiieant- was confirmed by the Senate, yesterday, us Assessor of Internal Revenue for the Sixteenth District of Ohio The Assessors in the Eleventh and Xine tcenth Districts, and the Collectors In the Eighth, Xlnth and Seventeenth, were re jeoted. i Geohoe N. Caui.eton, Treasury agent at Memphis, from 1S03 to 18G5, has been ar rested In New York on a charge preferred by Treasury agent Titus., ot embezzling public money aud property to the amount of $581,000. He was held for trial in de fault of bail. Ry a vote of the West Virgiula LegMa ture, it has been decided that Morgantown. in Monongalia county, is to be the new capital of that State. Heretofore the seat of government has been at Wheeling, In the extreme northwest corner of West Vir ginia. Morgautowu Is situated on the Monongahela river. News by Telegraph and Mails. Business Notices. f Doctor 1 . STRICLAXD'S TONIC. j DYSPEPSIA I Dr. Strickland's Tonic Is a comeu rated preparation of Roots and Herbs, with antiaclds and carminatives to strengthen the stomach ami nervous system. If. is 1 certain remedy for Dyspepsia or Imliges tion, Nervousness, J.oss of Appetite. Aci li ty of the Stomach, Flatulency and Debility It is not alcoholic, therefore particular! v suited for Weak, Nervous, and Dvspept 1 persons. For sale by all Druggists every; wnere atvi per DOttie. Dr. Strickland's PILE REMEDY CURE FOR P 1 L, E S. Has cured thousands of the worst eases of Blind and Weeding Piles. It gives imme diate relief, aud effects a permanant cure Trv it. dircctlv. Ir. is wiirranted tn cure. For sale by all Druggists at 50 cts. per Dottle. nr. Strickland'H COUGH 1 MELLIFLUOUS NO more. CQrjGH BALSAM is warranted to be the only preparation known to cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarscucsf Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronic Cough. Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup. B ing prepared from Honey and Herbs, it healing, softening, and expectorating, art particularly suitable forall affections of th Throat and Lungs. For sale by Druggist evervwbero ian3 ATLANTA HOUSE, V AND Ne. 31 market Street, North side, east ena of Market, D. YTON, OHIO. Be-fltted, Ee-furnished and He-op jned on the European Flan. MOmnihusses run to and from all trains. AlnTile Slaillillg lor HnrM-S. di-MawSm JACOB WAGNER, Proprietor: Notice to Sportsmen. All persons are hereby forewarned not to tres pass upon the farms of the undersigned, with dogs, guns or nre arms of any kind tor the puriose of shooting or killing game, as all persons so found trespaxsiug. will lie dealt uli according to the ut most vigor of the law. The farms of the under signed are situated In Randolph niiltUyTowli. BMli.,.uiiiMiiniiiiS aaicui,iu"u.q..u.i.. j vuu. , v. dailies lewongvi, Levi Ni.woiiger, .lacon n lies. jacoti nn nacl, Christian Sisert, Wm. M Rogers. Paul Tobias, John Swank. II. M. Turner. Benjamin btouffer, .loli u t ook, Henry Hasor, James Antoticdey, Jet.se Kiusey, Slwa 1 r YOU WANT A FARM Advurtise ia the WksixaN KUPIKS BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. A MUNI1 "CENT DONATION OF 1,000,000 BY tlKOKIl. ' PEABODY.FOR BENEVOLENT PUR POSES. , Washnoi f"- February 8. George Pea liodv liua a ddressed a letter to Robert C. Winthrop, 1 lamllton Fish, Bishop Mcll vaine. General' Uraut, autl others, tender ing, as a gift, i 'lie sum of $1,000,000, to be held lu trust, au l" mwresi mereoi ap plied for tlie p tomotion of Int. llectual moral or Iniliistrii. 1 education of the South western States wit bout other distinctions than their needs ant. ' opportunities of use fulness. He also gives perml wion to use from the priucinal wil.hlu the ext two years not exceeding forty per ce t- He also gives Planters' Bank bonds of .the State of Mis- sisxinni. Hiiioiintinir. witli interest, to $11, 000. on which no Interest has been paid since 1840. but the validity .of which has never been questioned. The letter is long, benevolent, mid oatriotic. It appears to be conceded to- night that the Reconstruction Committed on the Southern Military Government .Hill is for ever buried, and again are revived the hopes of those who favored a compromise which will, with some concessions from all sides, meet the approval of the Executive, Congress and the Southern Governments. in the settlement of this question. At four o'clock, as Stevens was about to call the previous question. Banks arose and asked for more tlnio to debate the bill, and Miiil, amid the most profound silence, that If more tuue were iciven itwasnotlinproD able that a plan might be agreed on for re construction to wlucn ine president wouia Itivc his assent. Mr. Stevens promptly accused Banks of havinir ueen lu consultation witn tne rres- ident on the recent plan put forth by the Southern Governors. Mr. uauls vene inentl v denied this allegation. The House then voted on sustaining the demand for the previous question, and to the utter astonishment ol nearly every one present, it was relused, first, by acountot the Sneaker of 52 to 82, and then by a count of teller 01 to 9s. There was a majority of thirty-seven against passing the till I as it came from tne iteeonstruction tjommittee, which leaves It open to material amend ment, and virtually to defeat. The statement of the public debt for Jan nary shows the total debt to be $2,585,773, 5;S9, and the amount of cash in the treasury to be $142,42:t.7'.l. F. W. Seward, Assistant Secretary of State, was present at the Cabinet meeting to-day, and gave an account of his recent trip, wlucn did not result in anything ucn nite, so far as his olllcial mission is con cerned. The tax on cigars Is to be entirely speci fied, viz : On all cigars valued at eight dol lars, or less, per thousand, tax included. the rate Is two dollars per thousand; on all other cigars eight dollars per thousand. Sugar, all grades, will hereafter pay a uniform tax of one cent per pound. Mo lasses is on the free list, and also salt. The tax on woolen manufactures is reduced to three per cent. Manufactured clothing is exempted and so are manufactures of jute. The tax on hoots and shoes is unchanged, but leather is put on the free list. , Secretary MrCulloeh stated to-day that he felt sure future appointments would be made from among Republicans. From Europe. [Per Cable.] Paris, February 7 Evening. Prince Napoleon will be Director of the Paris Ex position. The Emperor, in his address on the as sembling of the Corps LegislatifT. will an nounce the final disposition aud close of the Eastern and Mexican question). Five-twenties have advanced London, February 8 N'oon. The Con federate bondholders in this country have united in a petition to the British Govern ment to back their claims. London. February 8. Intelligence from Servia represents a flairs so threatening, that whole families of Turks are fleeing from the couutry. Liverpool, liebrnary 8 Evening. Cot ton is more active this afternoon and prices showed an upward tendency : sales to-day 12.000 bales : middlingupiandsclosed atl4i14,d. Flour and wheat steady ; corn 40s. Destructive Fire in Baltimore. Baltimore, February 8. One of the most extensive fires that has taken place herefor manv years broke out this after noon at No. 9 Commerce afreet, occupied by C. H. Ross & Co. as a rectifying and liquor establishment, which was entirely destroyed, together with property valued at $151,000. The flames were communica ted to the store of William D. Shultz & Co. fish dealers, aud Adams & Davidson. No, 11. The former lost $50,000; the latter, $5,000. Ross & Co. were insured for $110.- 000 on their stock, all lu Baltimore otlices. and $20,000 on the building. Robbery of a Safe. Ddncankon, Penn February 8 The Duncannon Iron Co.'s safe was robbed last night of $13,000 in greenbacks aud $2,500 in notes ot Pennsylvania ten per cent. coupon oonus. -o clue to tne robbers. Flour Mill Burned. Eluira, New York, February 8. The steam flour mill of Win. Ualliday & Co- was burned this morning, with a loss of $40,000. Insurance $20,000. New Advertisements. DISSOLUTION. rOTICE is hereby given that the llrin of Dirk, il man ft Kohorst. heretofore engaged in busi ness as Carpenter., has this day been dissolved. leliia- j. 1-. D1CKAI t. Litteot NewH Quick Kales, ;SiMa.ll Profits AT OKO. HOOrJWAIiT'S PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE. 318 Tbird Street, htam f lh V onlfr tngiTf plac4B for a large tprtng stork of llonttt and Khoen. 1 will elt niv eutint ittx k on httml at gri stly rtiiicet rirM. H4iu una mum'i niiiatJ io oruer. Uu.mirittg ui ttllv Uoiip GKOBGB HOC'HW ALT. dc4ftlaw2m , liuyton, Ohio. NEW FURNITURE and CHAIR WARE-ROOM, In Beckel Hall, 74 Jeffernon Street, j DAYT4I. o.. WllERK WE HAVE OPENED A sew stock of K1KNIT1 KK of Our Own Manufacture, From the best material and latest styles. We In flu; tho public to give us a call. epri-iiuu j. a.siAKECBiin. ANTED MERCHANTS. B ANKERS And Everybody Wautinr Good Printnir done, te exainlDe the work executed at Uie kaiibt ateaai Job Kovue, AWJH) aCafn street. by it by of cal do we in Cl B. on A- New Advertisements. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect January 14, 1867. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON. Leave. ' Arrive. 6:00 a m 'F-asfn and fetrolt Express. 10 no a m 1 so a ra Sandusky and Cincinnati ace lis p in 6 Ml pin lhxprcss til :m pin 7:U5 p in Detroit and Sandusky Mail . .10:INi a m 9:45 pa Sandusky and Cincinnati aco . 6:4Upu ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN. 10:Wam Kastern Kxpresl 4:Mam U.'OOera fNight Express :46piu DATTON AND MICHIGAN. 10SS am Chicago Mall 6 :50 p in Chli ago Accommodation . . 11 :06 p in . Chicago and Detroit Kxpress . 4:30 am . I 4() p ni . 1 00 p ui DAYTON, XEN1A AND COLUMBUS 7:tt) am Dayton Accommodation... 11 :65 a in Kastern Kxpress Accommodation 0:40 pm tl'iu.liiirg kxpress 6:55 p in Columbus accommodation. .11 :40 a m . S 10 p m . 6 so p ni . . 7:Wlm . 9 :96 a m INDIANA CENT'L AND DAYTON AND WESTERN. 7110 a m 4 Richmond and Indlanap. Eg. 9 36 p in 9:30 am Richmond and Chicago Aco.. . 6-4&pm SStpm Indianapolis A Chicago Kx. .11 :&0 a m CINCINNATI, DAYTON AND EASTERN. 10:16 am Dayton Kxprcvt t :00 pm Night Kxpress DAYTON AND UNION 10:08 am Mall . 8:00 Dm Kxpress Loaves everv mornlnn 7:10 am :40 pm T:00pm 10:4 am 1 Kxpress stops at Middlutown and Hamilton only Those going East on the 9 40 and II p in trains. and North on the 11 :0S p m train must procure tickets before seven o'clock n m. J L'H. LONG, Agent. To take effect January 14, 1867. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, O., February 2, 1867. Until further notice the malls will arrive and close atthisoiuoe ai folio-: ARRIVE, CLOSE, r ! a.k.'P. S 00 New York City-. low 3.00 New Kngland states 10:00' Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . 6:So! 6:16Uncin'tl,LouisvtlleNaghv!lle 8:80 11:00 Hamilton, C. tl. A I). Way... I 8:00 6:40 Wheeling, Baltimore, Wash'n 6:80 8:461 roledonnd Detroit 915 7:30 I Pittslm ra anil Yonin a so 8:00 10 :S5 10 :5 8:00 8:00: I3:30!ludianioiolls. Indiana ' 7 SI I 8:00! 8 KM'olumllus. Ohio 6:S0' 5:00 1S:S) .Richmond A Ind.CentralWay 7:80 8:4n!clevcland. Ohid . 8:80' 1:00 8:00 H:45!Chicaffo, Illinois. . 9-15i 7:80 6:45lAtlantic A Ureat West'nWay 10 IK)1 Columbus Wav 6 80' 19:30, Dayton ft Western Way I 7:80 8:46 Dayton A Michigan Way 9:15! 8:45 Sandusky Wm i . B is! 7:80 Dayton A Ilnl.J Way :ia! 10 Leliur.on. tho .. is u .loll IIS v. AW. A 1ST. trl.uei.blvito u 11 :00 10:00 Vai.lalia.Chatnp'g. Tucs..Snt. IS a Union. Little York.trl-weeklv'll n 11:001 offlce hours Open at7i m.; close nt0:45r Sunday Open IromD toll! J J. It. UUIIHKL, P. L. MAKKGRAF, Importer of RHEIISr WEI And dealer in CATAWBA WINE,; No. 27 Third Street, JySOdtf TJaytotl, Olilo. Dr C. McDERMONT, Surgeon General of Ohio. OFFICE CORNER Till It D AND WILKINSON STRKKS. DAYTON OHM) oiSdtl FURNITURE REPAIRKD. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. EDWARD KERR Wc OCT LI) RESPECTFULLY IXFORI the citizens of hnvton and vicinitv. thut he has ouont'il a Hhop on I h,rl street, next door to IUmi net, lNtta a (Jo b. stove storo, wiiuro ha will repair FURNITURE OP ALL KINDS, Promptly and at short Notice Old Furniture Clou net! and Varnished, Chairs Re ainel and all kinds of KepHirinir done. All or ler will lie carefully and promptly attended to, tnn tne ;t'iTeni(Mjr win can ann no ine won ai res. i'teuct'8 wnureuleaniugand varnishing is nei'ded jan h uh tiiin aku tvr.Ktt JOHN COX'S FARM FOR SALE TFIE undersigned will offer for tale at public A. aucnon, on inn lann oi jonn tox, occt-aijeu. ou Saturday, February 1S. 1807, At two o'clock r. M.. the farm of sitii John tog uine a res. This farm lies north of Dayton about three miles, on the Stillwater, ad joitiiim the lurm ol .10 soph Kennedy, anu di recti y 011 the public mad leki'itng irom r.iieuezer (,nurrn 10 me town ut Lit tie York, and on the Troy Turnpike There is the bust of timber, and a kurinar of run ntng water on this farm, and a good well of water, orcnani. nou, in.ro, Hiame, wugon sncui, sc. The farm is in the best repair, and there is better laud in the couutry, and adjoining Shoup't Mill. This Is one of the best farms in Montgomery V,OU II 17. Termi of Rale One -third cash on day of sale and the balance in one and two years from d iy of sale, secured by mortgage on the prenilnett. with six per cent, interest iroui day ot tale, on deferred payments. L.r.w m isr.ri", G. W KEMP, N. MclONAl.n, Kxecutorn of the last will ot John Cox, dee'd. feb dlt-witt Mrs. WINSL0W, An experienced Xurse and Female Physician, Presents to the Attention of Mother her SOOTHING SYRUP ! For Children Teething:. Which greatly facilitates the process of teething, soften ing the gums, reducing all inflammations will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and. Sure to Regulate the Bowels, Depend upon It, mothers. It will give rest to your- selvo and Belief and Health to Your Infanti We hare put up and sold this article for over 80 years, and cam bat in confidence and trtth of what we hare never been able to say of anyother mediciue netek bab it failed in a si noli in tance to epfkct a CURB, when timely ued. Never did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction any one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, and tpeak in terms commendation of its magical effect and medi virtues. We speak in this matter "wuiT fi know," after AO years'expertencv ; and pledge OI'KKRPl'TATION FOR THE FTLFILLMENT OF WHAT declare. In almost every iithtant e w here the Tit nt Usufferiiin from path and exhaustion, re will be found in tlrton or twenty minutes aft'! thesvrup i administered Full dirtf-tion lor unig will accomuanr eaeh bottle None genuine utile the far-simib of K HHt I'KKKl.N.New lork.ison theouUide wntuper. bold bv all Druggist throua-hout the world. PRICE ONLY 35 CT8 PER BOTTLE. a'ifcluwAui I ' t ed, out t and wili ATTACHMENT. C Taylor, Plaintiff rs. C'haa. A. Hromn. I fendant, and B H Miller, John W. Lirhtv and Adam Lang and huan Lang, t.amiihce. Be fore John I). Sheebao, J. V. of aliaiui Township, Monttfomerv i ouut v. Ohio. ON tne lilUi day of ieeein1er. 1HM said .lutttc issued an order of alt aebment in the alove ac tion for the sum of f UV AO Caue set for hearing the loth day of Fcbrnarr, lam, at eight o't lock si. B. C. TATLOK Adam Clat, AttornaT. Miaiaistiarg, O , Lcmbr 81, m. wt Wm. Hon Hon ot VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO., Me. let M ae.it u Ntreet, N. 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One square (eighty words solid), .ineinterilea t 76 One square, three davs....fc 5,, One square, one ween. 8 rs One square, one r-'-...i , 5 n One square, three months. .,...... 10 0 One square, six months "' tsj IN v KliKliY, One square (eighty wor t one week aim Per square, each week In addition. 6 Per quare. one year ir. I)i iJeiY Terms for ad vert iHcinentvorrupvIng greiitei space, tir Tor longer period than above sprcreu1 made known al the ( ouuling.tian' l niter tlK. inenls ale rharg.d al the uhote n.Us. unless a written agreement Is made pretu.us to insertion Amusements. p'IKIs opera iiolsi:.- Frank J.Whltcher - Manager AimUiion 60s. JToJSrra C,irytjnr Jluerwrd Mai, Ttcgrra a niiiTTt no gentleman a TWOLsniga, i. -"T S OF MR M SEAN AND Mils VIRaiNIA nuon a NAiv, Supported by the Oreat Star Company. Saturday Kvpiiing, - . February O, Shakspeare's great Tragedy, in live acts, entitled HICHAKD III; Or, The Battle of Bonworth Field Admission, Mccntt: Oallery, 80 cents "Jef",rt s' r" apcun-.I during the at the Olhce of J urners' Opera House Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Curtain ruts at 7k Ch.rU.Jone. Treasurer Jul 4 Amusements. Legal. SHERIFF'S SALE. Elliabeth K Stout et al e. Wm, II. Conover et al uri. urout 111 sum, CaseailHli. PURSUANT Ui ae order ol sale, Issuod bv the superior Court within aud lor the "ounii " iioulgouiery anil state ot il.,n ; reeled, I will euer at public sal'o, at the uuor 01 the court House, m the city 01 Da, ton, olno, on Hatui daf, MarvK 9, 1807, wittWi?,t,,',CJi'iT!'nV ',U"' '""O"'" "al estate to wit. Situate in M..utguuicri Couut. Ohio l.eli. Kflnwi'l0 Uf t"BU"1 ' cion three township lour (4;, range live ,i, ,V j ' bounded bv bcniuuii.JVi . . . .'. .1 ?Ll"f.."f ' cente7b i'ldem li. IT """in no.,, llience with the liulll. line of said quarter noill.W ueg east II v " K U il! pole, to a .lone; tunicc .01,11,.. e A,, fit,!??' seven and eiglu -i, ,i,s , b.,0' J ,Tul theuce parallel with thehi.i ,',,e .oulliHuk.' "Itw-'U pule, to a .loue ii. n. . f ' hence viith s,.iu Salem Mua.i 1.. 11... ..... giuiiiug. coiiuiiumg .cvein7j acres, be the s nie uiore or le. U,..g all the land ov, nu bv .fid 111 taut quarter s.ciiuu. "u " "'d Said real etnte ban a tuu aturv brick dviellimr houne, anu a aoou iran -1 . .i ' otliel- out ouiluis ulta.' ii, , .1 '." localloli iur a nloie. uiia Said preuns.. hiu. been appraised at twentv two hnudici ai, mi) .ui,,,,, -jm, allUt t IhercoL "" apprailarue XhllilSOP SALE-LASH W. HKLVAy"' V.,USO!f' KXECLTOlfo SALE OF REAL ESTATE. e win oner tor sule. ut,ublii am tu. I.slu ...... l.H. IMItilJ 1,1 I Mil A U .... lie Iim.is i.i irti A. u i, i..i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,. .... i ., Uvoi, it.t: Mitln s.. ..... . Y u .J. i.l. - I. . n lutf Jtfcl- li.' Wt. KlsuV lj 4 Ui.clilK.l it-ul e6UU-,i. aliip, AJt.nUuijH 1 Col. i. tuide it. JukM.ii 1 1. it ... u . Ohio, lo w ,i , . IML-lCOl Ol till. U...t a.wn.a; Lou iy -iivt- , pari - i r.i,tj i,. Su A a.,,,1 r.... T ' ltMUU Au on- Ieii.t PuUiv road 1',k.. 1 i. ........ V "UV lou .'- Ea- iiiii.n ii,., v' iii.'i m iilf 'lli v.o,. h,,,,:u;:;ri;c.u,r::: Iiulmo. Ii.un. hi eiMii re,.uii , eared, tl... I..I..I.... J. r. . " '"' !"" ' IWoasiungn c, imim.n.K.;;""- ' '"ii ...ou Also a sc.onu liai. touCi'bllik till,tl .. n n moreor less i.n(u cij,i.t . v,n u.i.4 and LWll'i Hit , ftn,,:.""' o ,d nuliii.. . li uiiM-h u,po i,,n 1.111.," ."." : ::r:u ,:1,ni ut. bLa J el -ui ol hale ior ciinci' in one year urni intiiiUssV ui hiiu- iiidnMi.i . . It. Use Itllt. " I. "i.t-Lliiid cash, 'luiu in two t?un, .be secuicu bv i.tortfei'c ju.i. i,t ar nitoier.t I'M i .I t- i rin.iMav u . . i, i tit,. J"U J .... I.1.L.U r.xecniors oi Jaiou Am.; m CtO W. ii'uVLK, Foi Bale. 2""' """ leual-t. 11, .-OU1U.OI. IU Uic iou" , ou ' " "U''1"- ' JAursJai,, Mruary HI, imi. he foilov itiK ,le.cnlo real e,l te, to ,t liein. loliiiiuibereuihiuy KM, and tbe utl, bail o I UUU,lH;.edtl,l).ul. ,ol 11. c,lluu ,L' u , lioe uiiii.ti,,, ,.Uuu.l,.ii,u .cie.si, dtatnl, pe.cbe.ua A. M u .. Ulfr naid property to be sold lioeol any uonei inu r e.lol tllbein floniler. lht v. lou "i, u j' "n, , aUiuaer, deceased, ti.o l.e.i, avr. tii:!. i . ! . the puichsi a ic !,, , k . l-'o pr.u.i.J.. ""nt uccd in ...a ibeie are about eiabtv cre. ai ....i culti vatiun i thCbun. c u-iul i .-i. . . cpou sa,e pitnii., tbeit is a aoou a.ll ui v..i.r auUKoou bei , u,.,i; .i d ,or a gi . I. "!'. uouie tor some one, .1 may be cou.niV?iu ol u best iiivouiicuu. llcrreu payment, to be secured by purch...crs eicculmg V..,u Tblirs bt "'-"."K' "lo the pri.mi ' tuns one-l.ai. cb; out-lourlli u, oue year oue-fourUi iu to year.. 3 ' 1A 111 SToLFFtR HkkKK KL.kI.t tl.IAIIKIIi Kt MiLE. M&AN.Nah kl yKLE. ADMIXlSTRATUUS SALE. 1L'ItSlrANT to the cou,u.atld of an order of sale Is.ued iroui Ilia PiuImiv .,. ... i.y.!. . ' touuty, Ohio, aud tome duecied, 1 n ill oiur or at public auction, ou Wiuday, Senary tu, 1 8t,7, at 10 c clock A X me piciui.es, the tollonlna real estate vi situated iu u, city ol Hay .ou, county ol iloul eoinery, and slate ol Ohio, to v.it . . i::' .uu.y-io nuiuired aud teventv ei.lit (B3,o, ou the recorded plat o. ...u , "iTrur t'.ytuu, loaetiiel witbeiKht a... ....... .1. i .'. koiU. side... ii number thirty -two bunorod I Ul h I .. ,mn that pan hi. h is lu.luuc-d iu A.lou .uVi .1 ai.llteueu. Bald prelni... be.M n,ty ,Jul Uiiee lu. bes iusit.au, , .,, ...... . Ull three uice. ustpuiu.. M.Uln.ldv;.,At) lectsix lu.tr.s iuc uu .l.e l!i J the rear ol pit-aiists, aud one hundred and icl uirsw in be. deep on the north side i ? t 2 same pielniM-. con, , y u u, Jol.u Adam BcUue.l Juo. B ltib and Vile by deed rucoided iu l.Kk H No a. p.iM au'.o, the rc.,V,d. ol Alouiaoiuery Count. . Ani,r..i.. .i ..... . 7 to t. d..aci ol llie vsmoy. IU the suuTol .IS year during- liei ualural luv IbKAlsoh s.VLt-tine ban uuh: balauce ia year lion, day ol .ale. vith six uer cei i i ui be securvd by u.on.aee on lb. premise. Adui.nistr.trlx ol ,i t,tMle q. i ,., ffctinell, tlc.ea.eil. llAftKY bhow. Atloruey. M.ricj IOIIS V. MMITII and -u.rdrcl hniith, his wite, vi ill luke notice ll,t ili..n,aJ - ,uit,li ol lue ouuiy ul Moiiiouisry sbj atateot Ohio ijld uu . ,ia, oi j.,.U4f), .s. li iM.T. o,e In pit, uuu llie in.er..,r loin I e ith.u and lot tl,.- c-.,l.t.t. of yAul.li.LUvl I 1U .lll t,.i ul I,Lh,.,.,i.ml...'., , V Mintli si,, Aiuiaict Mn. lb. oi i, ,.,,.?!. iurth tliat ll,e .aid del.uilalils gAM' u molthnge lu It, c raid ll.. li,a. 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