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Citv and Other Matters. Arrival and Departure of Trains. Trltn fr ito unit lUpnrt from the t:mnu Dumt r , 01 Ion: t -irinfinti, dWi.'CM a tt Jiit'tton. l.env .... A mi m ...Id (H id :i ot p tn fl:IKl p m 'Oiiximinii Ar.'onitnoiUiioa. ,4 HM'llllltttl Mml Vtn-'mitMi A'(M)intiMlnh()it., ' x nrvn. n.r.M.. .,.... P l r. n in 10 :m m in .Vi p in 7: 'ti m AoooiiMxJnlioti U 4.1 Ml Ex priKf oiopH m Midiilaiuwa And II Minium only Attatt'ic nn-i (rea MYvtVrn. KavUrn Rxprft)r 'Oftttit Mi ion AtvominoiUutm...... $,m m Dayton niul Sliehiijan. f'hipagrn M.'. 1(WMU m I'hioiinnmiil I ft roit KiprtiM 8:0Opm Pay ton, A' ma end (Uumbu. Kfthteru (ipirn, 11:10 ft fh ft i p m 4:00 m 0:4ft ft in d:20 p ni 1ft it ifi OolumtMiN A oonimotlfttioii tvim p m kiwrn KxpnMM, 7;M p m "(.ram ..nily except Monday. J::.0 p m M-nfu!, Daiton and Cinrinnmti, nltik Vftil 10:10 ft m ?'40 a m HeliWmint'm Afuoniniodiilfno.,, tt.txi p ni 7:-f. f ni Indi't iff OitVfn! noil Dai ton atut HWrri, t. 1fnin mil Ohlft(t Mil 11:20 a m ll.V. ft m tiichmond AoomtnoUntion 0:7i)ntn ip m 7:ie ami St. Louii KxprtMA. S:30 p in Dmjtonand Union. X'vonimoilnhfli) ltv,;fi ni ft M n m SAMUEL W. KING, Agent. Strawberry Festival by the Ladies of St. John's Lutheran Church. The Ladies of St. John's Lutheran Church kill hold a Strawberry Festival, at Clege'i Hall, on 1 oesday, Wednesday and Tbnraday veoings of this week; In addition lo Slraw- erries, there will ba Ice Cream, Cake, Lei nnde and various other luxuries. Ere (Tort will he mnJp to have the ufl'air paau leasantl? and acceptably lo all who tuny at end. The proceeds will linapplied to Ih iene6t of the Church. The public are cor sally invited to attend. -ltd ACCIDENT J KHTKIIOAY. A youtiu luily, the iuh:or )f Mr. ltii:na Wnite, who re men in ine vicinity ni iieilurooK, whs c onaly injured ia tb is oily, ym'erdny, by the psettinp of (he buy in which abe waa ri- imralonj; Wilktninn iitreet.' Tha horae bi me frightened un I upset the bujfpy, throw s; Miii W. out and slrikiiij; her head foroih'y ion tba iTioiinil. She' wan takpn up inHenni e, and hr injUViea oppeared lo be very te )ii. Medical aid was immediately called in, J at last account she appeared to be doinj Wrtll an could be expected under the i OQRtatJCetf f- ' . . t 'JarMbe extreme heat of the weather furthe .. si lew itnys una been almost, unenduiable, $ il oaa vaueed many aa ajpirBtiou to ascend relrenhinjr and cooling ahowera ; but the owers have not deeconded aa vet. At the tsent writing the aky betokena something tue kirnl. So mote it be. IIntkkmkx tm IiitermentH at Woodland Jinetery for My, lfjCI : -I LTrnJ un,''r riMALR. 1 0 V h to 10.. i to m 1 to 411... I to Wl... (TerHl .. T.ln IB. 'hc 1'iisTivAi. i.4t Nioiit. The attend' e of the Ladies Festival last night, at gg s Hall, far exceeded that of the night re. The spacious ball was 611sd lo its ut t with i. delighted and appreciative audi ; many of those present coming milea J Ibe country. The "suppliea" were as ile as the patronage was liberal. The solen- .fll,le ' vhicb every thing waa arranged i highly applauded by every body. Cheer Mn n1 K00'' feelinK prevailed, and all yed the feativa occasion. - The Festival ba continued thia evening, and it will be last evening of the entertainment. All idesire to spend an hour or two socially pleasantly should not fail lo attend. tinsa. The Ladies of tha St. John's iJieran Church, now holding the pleasant attractive "Festival" at Clegg'e Hall, -Died us this morning with a large and I'i'naCakeand.abrauliful Koquotof Flow .Por this very Mattering compliment, we t,ally lender the fair doners our heartfelt and our beat wishes for their indl. I happiness and the complete success of lllu I... ...1.1. I. L! 1 .. wUr, id wnicn may are I i. i . ' . ''iiS uanua, H musi suocned. si Liu.fi.-unrtiig our excursion lo Cin ;ti yeaterduy.we observed tha cropa never ijj promised sucS un abundanoa of f.fie ueceasarios of lifu. Tb wheat "j 't miKht be ready tor tha sickle, J1") in about two weeks, and is as thick .vun stand, well earad and very Mills has f down. Rye aod barley is equally good, Jjoate, grass, Ac, look well. As much .,,s uiual appears lo he planted and in '.afielda it iasinr eight Inches hluh. al- h a great deal planted lata bar not yet its appaaraoca. A rid down the Miami Valley at this season must con- any on that this ia truly the garden of I' real Republic uiil Wooult Wood 1 1 1-McCain ft rth, are now idling the heal qualities of , Hickory aad Heeon Woo, sawed and ready for , we,.aiiliM by. lie , ! or oad. Families and others supplied at eat aricua W al(0 ofler very cheap Wood, suilabla for bouao or staRin n.. by 'he boatload orslugla cord. A ' of Lima, Coal, aud Cement, constantly u nana, Special Notices. The World's Oplaion of llolntter'a Hlommch Bllio rs. T '' WTTKIMihl.,.! I.ctl.cl..r, .Their .Am flit all the Western Hmliphrv, K nowii in ft UndH, vwhml by tfei ocMni twain, Ihftlih, liope And vigor f!Iow in their train. AVOID COUNTERFEITS. HOHTK ITKK.H DITTKRA Mmra the common Ulm Of ftll tiling" Rood -Tmpoa ton imlut. or tlir. Wwiw-(liwrsMlj tine youroyot From honegt hotixen purer. your aupphaB, CAUTION. Till OoVBHNMCNT INDORSBMRNT. In order to guard againal rlanKeroua Inipo aitiona, the public are requested to take ea.iecial note of the beautiful engraved pro prietary etump.through which the Government of the United Htatea officially authenticate! every bottle of UOSTETTEIl'S BITTERS. Thia ahield thrown by the Government over the proprietor aud the public for their joint protection, is placed conspicuouily acroaa the coilc and over the neck of each bottle, and . cauuoi tan to striao ids eye ol the moat caaual observer. Nothiug that purports to be Uostrl tor's Hitters can b genuine unless the stamp ia there. It is alao proper lo state that the Bitters aro sold t xcluaively in glass, and never under any circumstances by the gallon or the barrel Impostors and imitators are abroad aud the only safeguard the public have against them is to see that (he Bitlera they buy bear the engraved label aud note of hand nf Messrs Hosteller k Smith, and the stamp above men- tinned Humphreys flpeciac. Tbo agent of Humphrey's Homoeopathic Specilics has received n very important addi tioti to bin list ol Humphrey 1T .l:. Sipecihc Keraediea in the shape of Specific No. .14, which cures diptheria and ulcerated sore throat. Those specifics have obtaiuod a wide celebrity among medical practitioners and aro very largely used by tbein, being prompt, efficient, reliable and convenient. An extended advertisement in another column gives a list of the difierent speciBca, the dis eases which thy remedy, and the prices. The ensoa for family uae are eapeciallv worthy of altenlion, and also the new department of veterinary aoecinca. The heailminara nf Humphrey's Speciflca Homeopathic Medicine Co. in at SA2 Biioaiiway, New York Borion Traveller. . . uu.uurupaii.uin.,,,.,,,. Or. HalPa Halsana. Those who have used Da Hall's BALSAM for CONSUMPTION, or any form nf Las. disease, can aMest the superior efficacy of this meuicine. its nealin restoring and Ionic qualities, not being subject to any reaction from Opium, or any of its preparations, ia the true secret of its great success, WOI all the numerous kinds ol Fills advertised, none can he found an effiranlnua as I)r Mott'h Vkiiktabi.kLivbk Fills Thev rvi iiinue uicnemicai extracts, wlnoh dissolve in Ibe slomnch without producing irritation or pain. 1 hnae Pills can be relied ou as being all they are recommended. What excuse for canker and sora month when Dtt. Townri.bv's Ixoian Toothai Hr AnoDYNB will cure vou. sweeten vour breath. and beautify your mouth? Heiback'e Hittcra. It has long been the aim of ohvaicians lo find a combination of medicines having the requirite stimulating and tonic properties to relieve and cure the common complaints of fiilionsness, Liver dianrders. Lanennr. Head acbe,Lowness of spirits, Indigestion, Jaundice, V.. .. .1 A - I. .. u: i . i t . D nuu oruc, ,u , wuicu are ine oiseaaes incident to this climate. The remedy haa been discovered by Dr. Roback, and in thousands of vases the merits of his liitters have been proven in the above complaints. try a bottle and read the advertiaament. IVt ATRlnONIAI,. J AIMIIH AND UF.NTI.KMEN: ir you wish lo J marry yon can do mo by addressing me. I will send you, without money and without one. inM. information, that will enable you lo marry h'puily Th PT 'My' ,rr'"l'"!'1" of . wealth or kaauly wish lo marry. 1 wi i cheerfully aNsi.t .nn An ters strictly oonfldential. Th. .Imim.4 :nKA sent bv return mail, and nMsn. aulrl in . ,n eloMe poiuaa or stamped snveloDe. aadrHi.a.i ... yourarll. address, r ARAH B, LAMBERT, fireenpoinl, '"ISm K ngs Co , Mew York. Notions. N. 3. W FIR M. rnHR nii.larsliined have entered into partnership. I uoJar Ui. Arm bamo Cain, Hoyer Hippard. dealers in l-nrcisu and Domestic Notions, Hosiery! moves, and Fenny Oooda. at Nos. IMS aud xel. tml Second slroel, tisylon, Ohio. ' .IOHN O. !A1N. IIAVIII K. HOVKR. WM. M. illl'I'AKU. ALL indebted lo llieol.lfirm of John C. (lain. for. inarlv cn 1 hint Klr..ui a . ... 1.. ' ."v. mi van auu neltla, and those liavinn claima sirs mat the old firm era rpqueau-d to present tha amcfor payment at tna new House, Nos. aud sal cast Second street. 'V-"-'u JtlUN u. CAIN. WM. H. CONOVER, naglslrala ( Ma4leu XawustilD. Will stleii.l to drawing and acknoalsdgios Il.ads, and the collection ol claims. Ile is al.o prepared to attend lo the drawing: of 10 slrnmenls ol rinnii, eorrevtly, at short uotlcs niouawiy FITIM. T H A VK this day a sociateU with ma, la tha House. I ri.n.nlilnK. Chins. lil.u. .n . . .11": . " M;.",.iU,.J.'i,"fd """V "'!ou- "talo. Mr. Joh. ll: r.ii. v . . "a-asair. in he business hi., wiwhim iu lu.urauaaar tua st' ityleof i. T. Wolf A NO. T. WOLK, it list ton, March S, 18eo maSdlf FOR Rooms with Power I! usji a J. m. Tu r or Jehaaeuae,, saa4 , i Medical. j Or. JOHN HULL'S CompoundCedron Bitters Utett and Most Important Discovery or thbj NINETEENTH CENTI'laY I t XTO msn'anama is more tntlmnteiv eAnnerted villi IX Ihehnlorror MATBRIA MBDIOA ofthallnitarf riMiee.or inoramvorstiiv known saaptoar ta Mad ii-hi wiHuoTvrj, imn ih oi JOHN BIILUOP U)l!IBVII.I,I,BNnjOKT. Hia inimitable rtrenftmtional AStaaSaBlf.V.a has loni stood al the head of the various nnmaniinrla His Compound of Wild Cherry has become uousenoia word throughout the West and South. His Worm Lot enges, in less than a year after their intrsduction at tained reputation aa wide spread tha continent of NORTH AMERICA Rut theerowalaai (laryof his lira remain to be al latnaaia ms discovery, or ralharaombiDatlon, 'or h .i-p. nui rmmio nave oenn ina diaoovarar or Oauaoa, which lattie basis of tha Hittari now nflaraH tn thM publie. That honor helonirsta the native inhabitants ui wDinu America lownoni II. virluaa hava bean known for more than two hundred rears Armed with it the indisn bid defiance to tha moat deadly m. v anil ha.n.11.. . .... . ' ous aerpenta. It Is a belief wiih th. ii,.i hreath In tha hod y.lhaOedron la uotant to cure, no matter what the disease may be. wnne ur. null is not prepared lo endorse thia ex Irs vagant pretension, he ia nevertheless satisfied from a thorouah examination of the evidence relating to its virtues, th it as a remedy and prevantalive for all diseases arising from exposure, either to change of weather or climate, or to miasmalin influence, It IHHN. WITHOUT A RIVAL ! i.,!:!l!'V.!.,VT'i'V,w.''0V' long an .......n. n.HV,,.. aM,u Tfw9 luuiaa. . 1 IN DYSPBPaiA And its attendant tram of symptoms, It acts more like n wiAnia .nan a meaioine. -j nere ia nnthtne in the whole ranee of Mateafa Medina that can lor a moment boar a comparison with it In this disease. A full account of this wonderful plant may b found . '""""""""uintiii o, ina iimteu mate uispeuS' atory, pages 1ST and 1SHS. ' A series or experiments in which Dr. Bull has been for rears engaged, haa just been brouaht to a suocasa- lul tenninali.in, and he la now enabled to otter to the publlcaoomhinaliono'UIDRUN with other approved nonrwrriialUlarf Bn.i.hnH IVI.I.L. ....... r tonios. in who a DreservAd in th k.i ..aui. r , ' r T T .. ""7. w.iicn uw is conn Ha migntfurnish a volume nr cerliflcites, but the punliohave Ion si one learned to estimate euoh thlnK" . . : ' T- piau in, tor every one totealfor himself the yirtuea of a new medicine. IVB THK OTJDRON BITTERS J ONB TRIAL AND VOU WIM. NRVER IIHI ANY OTBCR8. oLiM.s.rT to puousn a long list or diseases for which IheOKHHUN HI I TBKS area apeclfie, In BOWELS, LIVFR OR KIDNEYS In sli affections of tha BRAIN, DKPENDINO UPON DKRANUKM BNT OF THK STOMACH OR BOWIIA. i IN GOUT, RHsXJMATISM, AND NCURALGIA. And 1st FEVER & It ia desllaadto aunaenada all nth ' v. MK. only cures Iheeedisaaaaa, but II pravenls Ihsm. A wine glass or the BiUars, taken so hour befure each meal, will obviate tha ill aaw-tsnr ik. ,.k.. ..." elimata.and acraen tha av .sun taking II azaioai dis. a uader the moal tryif exposure. BOLD BT DHvlililtrit A ROOBM UINCISLLT Dal JOHN BULL, friacipal 0as, Fifth straat, LouisriiU, y. BOLD WUOLEaALK AND BITAI1. BY ol of of in of tha aid to tact to of the Mr. tion been lima tna locb tha made Ibe cial and was that and cos, late day on laid aiter alter Park. at R;-... sen. south, again. J. . t'RIZELL, AUENT, HOI.asALI ANU HBllll, DHUaHilgT, SIS Second atrael, Daytoa, Ohio, Who alas sells aWjLL'M SARBAFAB1L,LA, BDI.L'M WORM DBarTlaoTBl, " BltTtw TOsTIC BYBUP By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. EVENING REPORT. The Conspiracy Trial. Q.' ..... c sr. . i . . liAnainuiun, UUIIBV JIIIBI B BUOrt 1 DtS spent in secret session, and considerable del., from non-attendance of witness.., th. iesl.! mooy proceeded. fe!! ?t"rJ.b! defense, Instilled that on the day that ba saw Dr. Mudd oo a by road nsar his bouse, was the day after the naaasai nation. Richard Edward Skinler (colored,) testified that he had been a slave of Mrs. Thomas, moiher of Dauiel J. Thomas, whom I hava known thirty years; his reputation as a truth teller is bad; aut could not say 1 would sol believe him uuderoath; havsbestd gsntlemeo say they would not There being no further witnesses present air. awing stated mere remained to ba called Dr. Mudd s case thirteen witnesses, uone whom lived over twenty-four miles from Washington. He presumed the subpoenas had bean miscarried, as he was informed last vetting that a numbor of them had stated they had not been subpoenaed. Recess till two o'clock, whan John Wharton was called, aud testified The prisoner Arnold was in my employ at Fortress Monroe from the 2d to the 27th of April; performed bis duties faithfully; I received a letter from him tha latter part of March before he enured my employ. U Did ba say anything ui that latter in regard to bis former ocoupatiou T Assistant Judge Advocate cingbam obtecl- d lo the queatiou aa irrevalent. Objection sustained. Mr. Ewiug then moved that lbs translation tha cypher letlor, alleged lo bavs been fonnd at Morehead City, be atricken from the record, for the reaaoo chat it bora upou it a faee an evidence that it was factitious, and that, upon the rules of the evidence, it was wholly inadmiaaable, inasmuch as the letter was in cypher, and tha hand writing had not bean identified, aud it had nut been shown to have been addresaed, to, or been in poaaussion anybody connected with, or charged to hava been connected with th. conspiracy. Judge oingbam staled llialit was alleged the charge and specifications that this conspiracy was entered into hy tha parlies named, and by others unkuown. the prin ciple was well settled that a letter written and never delivered was admiaaable on a trial oonapiracy. It haa been ahown that Rooth plotted the assaaaioation with lbs agents of rebellion in Canada, who urged him ou, 1 L .. ! I L- ..... .I'LI I. auu wuu neigueu uim uut sue pried ui uiuuu ; thai it fell lo tha lot ol one ol tha conspira tors to goto Waahington lo strtlta a blow in of the rebellion ; that auother was to go Newbern, aud that thia infernal letter was picked up in tha vicinity ot Newbera, and the that it was written by a oouspirator was patent oo its tace. Ibe objoction ol Mr. Ewiog was not sustained. 1 ' -- Miaa Nannie role leatiued for tha defense seeing Arnold on the 20tb, 27th aud 2tilh Mar an, at Hookatown. Judge Holt slated that bavins? learned thai counsel for tha defense would not call any further witnesses to impeach the character ot Waiohman, he would call several wit nesses for tha prosecution. John Ryau testified Weicbmau'e reputa for veracity and uprightneas haa always good ; don't believe he would tell a false hood. In conversation with mu about the of the occupation of iiichmend. ba re joiced at the prospect of the restoration ol union. Items from Washington. Wasbikotok, June 7. Secretary McCul- ia engaged in restoring tha machinery for collection ol customs in tha Southern States. In this connection, the President has the following appoiutment of Collectors: Willey Goodbridga, at Savannah; Albert Montague, at Mobile; and John W. Ricks, at Penaacola. Mr. Harrington, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury who has been appointed Minister lo awitaerland, will not leave the country before 1st A strong application has been made to tbs President in lavor of M. U. Field, the other Assistant Secretary of tha Treasury, for a foreign mission. It is tha opinion of the officers of tha sua iron clad squadron whiebjwas sent to watch capture the .pirate Stonewall, belore she surrendered to tha custom authorities, abe is not so formidable aa waa supposed, that even the Monadnoc or tha Canoni which lay off Havana, are more than a match for her. John O. Nicolay, private secretsrv of tha President Lincoln wss in Washington to making arrangements to leave foe Paris the 'Ulh inst, to enter upon bis duties aa eonaul at that city. A lew only of Ibe iroo-elade will ba kept in commission, lha others will probably ba up in the Delaware river. n General Grant in New York. Jons 7. The Dreaaura lo see General Orant was so great (hi. morning, that appearing oo tna Balcony ol lha A. tor House, all visitor, except ladies were denied. aining mis a Iter noon with prominent citiiens, he ia to have a ride through Central Thia evening ba altenda the meeting Cooper Inalilute.audafteraarda the Seventh ! -;n ' j. k: vuiu a'""" siBss aiai. Confederates in Washington. Wasbixutoh, June 7 Nearly all tha aiti of the District of Columbia who wsut and who survived tha war, ars home! i FORENOON REPORT. FORENOON REPORT. A Demand made on Spain by the United States. New Vorb, June 7. Tha Herald a Wash- .. " . "asu togloBcorraspotdantsaya: . A formal demand haa beau made udou th. Spanish Gov.rnm.nt for ,h. .urra.d.r of the rebel pirate Stonewall. 01 oouraa no an. sw.r ia jwn limn receiveu, as tna mailer i goal to Madrid for deoiaion. V. . 'i , NO BACK DOWN BY THE GOVERNMENT TO THE DEMAND MADE ON ENGLAND. Notwithstanding tha intimation of tba . Brit- let press, it is not the intention of one fl ram.nl tuabandoa, ot iu anywise abate tha 1 1 win demand upon England for the damages to our , comn,B"! hy the anglo-rbel pirates. The diebandiut ol a don inn nl n arm im . j Li . ..." r ... : . rr . rr' v I . . -.-Tw"wmj-nuircri rmpars ""t0 loaniorceany uemandsupon Inr.w.r. nw..... . i I . -.-n pv.mitHiriin, anu ii necessary ine cciaiii iDuaiereii out can lw easily sum moned back to the field. THi HOHHOB DOTTRINB TO UK KNFORCBD. It ia understood that secure meaaurea hava already been tuken in reference lo the enforce- i II ,. , ' ,Montot 00i''', ."d notili(a 1 ?. "VrY . f T V. h" our,own T'rs, we will tbJsoVr kto ieou rZ7rz plain intimation given that Ncpoleon mual not only not send more troops into Mexico, out must witnaraw tna t rench troops now there, and leave the peop'e of Mexico to de cide (or themselves whether they will have an Empire or a Republic Otherwise it will be our duly to sue tnatlbe Republicans have fair piny. An application has been made bv Hvrua W. Field lo the Secretary of th Navy for tha i . i s.l. r . ! . . ... . . . oeian ui t e uuiiea oiata oieamamp Niagara tu wesisb iu lajiug ins, Aiianuo vaolo. . - t Aa no official notification of tha rescinding of tha order that vessels ot war of tha United Stales shall not be permitted to remain mora thai twenty lour hours in any British port, tbs request cannot be acceeded to. JEFF DAVID TRIAL WILL NOT TAKE PLACE UNTIL SEPTEMBER. ! It is not probable tha trial of Jeff. Da via will not take place until September. The Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, in wbioh lha indictment waa found, will adjourns to morrow, and there is at present no prospect ai a special term ot court auring the summer. ALABAMA DFLEGATION. A portion of the Alabama delegation were at ma vvnite uouse again to-day. Messrs. Davis, Bradley and Field are accompanied by loyal Alabamiana to the rebela of the moat malignant type who are now that tha rebellion is surpreaaed, endeavoring to get control ef ine reconeiruction government. Messrs Moore, Parsons and Tibbs hava been .regarded as favorable' to the Union, bat open to suspicion, lor tneir associations with the secession element in this delegation since they came here. Their intention waa to re commend Colonel Seybould, a rank rebel, for Provisional Governor, but this idea was abend- onsd after they reached here and they now recommend Parsons. . . , Ha is opposed by the loyal men of Ala. bama, who hava recommended W. M. II Smith, a Union man who was forced to ahn. don the Stale in 1HG2 on account of his Union sentiments. He has been an active promoter oi ine ij man cause ana was instrumental in raising lha lirat Alabama cavalry Regiment, whioh baa rendered gooi eervice during the war. Should the delegation now here succeed in obtaiuiitg control of the .State, Ibe fighting loj aliats say that tt will not' be safe tor them to return to Alabama. No Report. No iliepatclifs wore received this uociu at, tbia oUiofl.-r-EaiPiltE., . . . after- No Report. Hoop Skirts. HOOPS! HOOPS !. HOOPS! (.RAWS CAnPAIU. A ,"T A. WALDAMAN'H Hoop BaMnrn.j Skirt A KsWlory. Hn.iP.lrely on hol him Hfii-ing atonic ol oop HhirtH, FrmiRh du Amftnimo OorniH, norifi to In, phuiilir hraueri. iu hia new loorumii kt & HMoaiiiMft, forth c.miiifanoiririat of-th tpriag trsuli. whiuhttnihrtu th lmt aiiral trail Vtuupn. Ad tlienawANtHiyiertoi 4utar nkirbt, at wftleBl nj rtuil. Kw ooDritii y on lind Hlctrta of extra. mon in leiiKiii, anu ia.hA who tmti al wayi troubl n flniliiiu 'fiHir huupH laruHenouhf)). will hntlthfin in hn nUMlwhrnnl. Hoop kirtj re-iiKxtelrni mi it it fitly rnpairtxi. M what it in iturroundiiiK towoa will do wtill to rail t turn ntaiilia itneutt ImiiW) pnrohAaunar (Ptv-atuviv. ib-iiiniinwr iiiss pinx-e. oiao oecomi ura4, pH)itteihfiKrHnklinHsaisi. maiOtiatn IILLCOX & sflBBS Sewing HUachlne le entirely noisalass. A HATSarsa Davit a prevail la Us beio lursad laull- The Patsstsd Nsbdu eanaot ha eat wrong ins i .tsst.o Usaasa u KrLi.sa sau Basiera vnui.u. in, sai wrooa. It run. hater than any other, It wtil never drop aalitch. jl is the only praclical Msi hiae alilch All can uae. II does the Dneslsud neatest pork ever known, and ' isiiiuy aeamg iu ine most perlecl mannee. t : , 7 , No other maehine take tha ! wiarae Iortitre It eanpot he adiusud or xot 01,1 of older It lisas tha Hotavibu llw.a." " '"wi "ia mania ui olhsr msclnneB, it ia ao uX"' doul"" ,hw ol ""'" The uid Medal al the Aiuencao Institute, and nu- Il'o"" K'r;'J'r,mlu,,,r " ". ' '" BiMtio,, o( Mmiuu,,, ,nj SoL.nn,, Bualalies all .., .i.-ui . sy ine willcox a t.ihlu is worth. ur ine world, are auiuna ita liophlea. It ta now tha Great Leading Family Hwiog Machine all over the World. CIHCIH1TATI, 70 West 4th at e1daw3iii ROAD NOTICK. NOTICKIs hereby given Ihsl a petition will tie pre aeuied Ui the flnard of Oommissiouers of Mont. t.ounty, Ohio, praying lor lha looatiou of a Ooiiiuy Koed in Washine-u.n toa-ual.n.. i..,..,, Iwomlle aeoth ofoDlsrv,ll on the IrS andLslaoo Turupika road, aud running ast about w .iiri.rq tiouniy nua, lo rua ,h.' ' a. Watkm., . a. uim. Thomas Halliald, aud lha helre ol J. H. Ruharu J wnu. H.ory kei.r, Henry ,nip,' i' "eareaad Joseph Toomes, to Hie uw uouniy w, wi'ff. mi" many pkt itionbkm. $75 $150 Agents Wanted J rrlO aall Hawing ManhiaaB. Wewilleiyaa ,ou ou sit Mectuueesold, or eiuplov aa oommia. a. an ts wba warn ara lur isv auua wsras. and ail asnau Adlrass, . HsaaiNioiv a es paid. (Hi. Bissdsial 1 ' ' AaVatt W3 -1 gSM OS aVJ t'siiul, Muhi.sa. I At by of To L. aad oa ,. I as ha Dayton Market. DAYTON June 7. . . FLOUR Red wheat $7 007 60. . , WHJCAT-1 36tl . ' ' CORN fiO. OATS 60. , , , . . . RYK-40. ' ' ' ' ' BARLKY 75 BEKK 15(3)20. BUTTER ilfCn)25. CIIICKKrlS :ii(40,' , . , EGGS 20c per doa.. - i tOWlt taiBS BBAII. PSICBS. TEAS 4)2 (0 ' , . COFFEE 3537o per pound. iSUGAR U. COFFEE SUGAR 26 par IU CRUSHED SUGAR 25c per lb: MOLASSES 1 40l 60(I 60 per gal lon. SYRUP $1 IS. RICE 15c per lb. P0TAT0ES-1 25(3,1 60 per bush APPLES-42 lMj(5i2 10. LARD 20. CHEESE! 20c. . STARCH 12ic per lb. stA 1-3 loc per n. TOBACCO 91 00(5)1 35 per lb. J SHOT 2B30e per lb. LEAD 20o per lb. ' WH0I.EIAL8 PBIUES. ' I Ooireoted oypt. O'Brien A Brolhsr l TEAS $1 601 80. COFFEE 30(o)32. ' 8UGAR 14(3)22. COFFEE SUGAR 2021o per lb. CRUSHED SUGAR 21o per lb. MOLASSES $1 20&L 25 par sal. RlCE-12i13Jcperlb. LARD 2022. TOBACCO 70130 par lb. 8HOT-I4 605 00 par sack. LEAD 14c per lb. . DRIED APPLES 124(a,U BUTTER-.lOMSrio. CHEESE 17,(f(18i? STARCH 9(ol0o per lb SOAPS 13 17 per lb. SWEET POTATOESA! nnri in .... bushel. ; " HAY Timothy 20(o26 per ton. WHISKY (2 05 for common. Strawberries 20 cents par quart New York Market. New Yore, June 8 Cotton. nul.iA9.i Flour, dull lower for com. cradea. CA 1.1a 6 2.'i for extra State, and $G 85afi 90 for round hoop Ohia Wheat, qaita very firm at $1 70 amber Michigan ; $1 40 for Milwaukee club. Rye doll and heavy at 1 26al 36; Corn, firm at o3aM9o. for mixed Western. Oats, 2a3o. batter, with salea at 70a71 osnta for western. Pork, firmer at $27 60s26 76 for new mess, 20 50a22 60: for '63 and' iu $IHal9 for prima. Lard, dull at 15al8c Whisky, heavy al tIS for aaiam Petroleum dull at 3G cents lor crude. AUanO.. for' refined in bond, ali870c for free: Dressed Bogs ouiet ad 17al7l for wastarn! Silirae dull at 17ial8,c for Muacavado; Butter 31a 36c for Ohio; Cheese quiet at 16a24c; Bsaf quiet and heavy; Cutmeats dull. Eggs farm at 27a28c. , . ..( - i .. New York Stock Market "Niw Yore, Jnna 8 Gold opened at tell 1371 closed at 1 371 atnek. weak , Money 6aC ;Readiog 89, , Erie 73f ; New York Central 914 i Chicago, Burlington & Ouiocy Railroad 1U4 , United States sixee. of 87 1 10J ; 6 20 , registered U3, ; coupons 104 ; new issus 103J ; 10-40 coupons Vbf ; sixes 81 coupons 106 j ; Utti of 74 coupod. 99 j Ona Year certificates 99 ; Sterling Exchange 109 : 6-20 coupons 103,. OAMAROO Manufacturing Company Maaufacturars ot : ; ? i NB.,.i x. .. WI NDOWSHASES II. H. BRBNIMAX, rroprletor. Not Will Vaiartk atrwat, feS.lawly - - CINCINNATI, OHIO. PUBUC SALE ' TheMlalaofOhlo, 1UU Hamlllna Oounly, j"" l)l)HHtlANT to the command of aa order tor sale from the Court of Common Plvaa of liamiltoa Ciunty, Ohio. and to medirected, I willooerat subtle sale, no tha premleee, Iu the oily of Saytaa. Ohia. an ' w Tuttdtiy, Jun SO, 4. J. jseo, eleven o'clock a m.the ftviiowieg dean h bed res esuta, to win All of lot nambared three Inoueaod one hundred and fifty fstMlion tha nnuw ni.. t .... city of Darton, la Montg.imsry eonsly, Ohio, belne ine eame loresaeeyea so bewle whlMmaa.deeeaaed. deed dated July I, IHSI, and ra. or.led I, book X. No. . page a, of the raoeiua at said Muais..u.r eeonty. ' valued al Bono. And also, ail of ots numbered lour thouaaed one hundred aud twenty eight UIM), lour thousand oaa Hundred and eixly-lwo tales), anal lour thousand oua hundred an I thirty lli la said city of lieytoa Montgomery oounty, Ohio, Uina the aame lole cob veyed to Lewis Wiuleuiao. daua aad. fc a.-a July n. int. and reeonled in L ,k t Li . the re-orile test aforesaid. ' Lot No. ai'JS valued at aaj Lot No. 4lii valued at gao Lot fo 4I3U valued at be sold by order of Ooartlaiheceaewharela Wu liatn K. Irwia and othara are plsiuliDs. aad Uatnanaa Whileniao and othera are defendant, ta r,w...i Jngs for Ilia parUUoa of certain reel as (ale lOaae Be Li.iael.) 1 arms of aaleOl.s third cash on day Bale; en Irurd in one year, and one-third lo two yeara, with ta-U-rest; the deterred peytnenta ki be secured by nolee niorlgsse upon the prolinase, the purehaaar, however, to hava the privilege of M.yinealloashduwa day of sale. BIL'UAKD CALVIN, eiierin or namutc-n Co., o., aad Spauia) Com'r OstuwBLL A Oueeeoa, Attorneys. OiDclnaatl, Maf le.isee IIDAatW " DAYTON WOOEEN FACTORY ! rpUS undersigned having had mere lhaa thirty years eat-anaaeeta lha nisaunuxanniof wool eoona caa slill hr Huad SI hie old alaed, where haa every facility for cooducuosthe bueieees la its variuiaa brauehaa. All kiada ol euatoas work does, such aaCAl.eia aad arisaiaa by the pouad. or meau faoturiiis by tha yard, such goods as oatiuals, Casai niaraa, elaanel, Biankais, Jaaoe, AVv, done to order with a lialecuoa giuumaleed Bavins a lerga assort, meal ol detaeau. dry eacls toather wit my factory BukAaavewa I wuTaachauie Hiem low or wool., or Pay Wis hial a.t urS. hu. Country Merchaais will Bud at m aalaa aAm in l hat Ihev need for (lie auaasnr trade al wAalaaala primes. Kverynody 'thai wants the worth of to air money steu ui, aud ta) aausSad, . . ' ' ' ' WIUJAat rsjsj, alesRooat Bo. M fifth street. Case! book, Day lea. BayiewSen - ' A BAEOICUK FUR SUE ! AHl'lT al CATHOABTB Htable. opposite tba Market Boaae, JsOeraoa Blrwat. IIMIIW