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THE-DAILY -EMPIRE. II. II. 1IO HI HON. Mil". a. u, i rm,.. ......-... . IJAYTON. OHIO. Wednesday, - - May 30, 1866 State Ticket and State Central Committee. Wc give below oorrwt Hut of Hi Di-m-orrattr HUle Exwiitlvi-Ormimltton. and also the State tlckt iwvmliialwl on Ttmrxlny last, wlilrh we la-Ueve U cvrrevt In nil re spects: SICCHKTARY r TT. ' lirn. ItKN'.I. LK FKVRE, of Slirll.r. BOARD FI'BI.IC WORKS,' ' WM. I.AItWU.I, of AKlilnnd. THOS. M. KEY, of ITiimlllon. STATU CtKTRAt. TIMUnT, f J KliNtOIMrlrt Jon-mlnh KHisUvl. ' Swoiul IHntrli-t K. K. I 'ok. inn. Thlnl I llrlrt Colonel .1. V. lirnin. Knurl It DlBtrlrt Oeorjre K. Dawson. Klfth District H. B. Mnydt-r. Sixth DiKlrli-r John (). lornn. Ht-vrrith District John . Thompson. .., Kllith District .Jonathan Smith. Ninth IHstrict .luilsfe A.Crimier. Tfnth District J. M. Hapo;. Klevrnlh District J. K. Newman. ; Twrinh District Dr. Wayne lirlawold. Thirteenth District .Mni J. Knllctt. ... fourteenth District John I. Jeffrie." Kin.iith District M. D. Kollett. Sixteenth District 'hrles II. Hictnrtor. Seventeenth lilst.rlct t'liarlcs B. Katon. K.itrhteenth District tlcneml J. W.Kitch. N inet.-ei.lli District Jefferson Palmer. General Scott is Dead! The jrrcatcst Uciionil of the western world IliU ill-parted. Ucneral Winmki.d Stott llwl, yesterday. In hi eightieth ypr, at Wont Point. Tlie H)M' circumstances Of Ills last inonioiiU may lie. seen in the tele graph department. He entered the army, from Virginia, in 1SII7. In 1H14. IiIh great-, ness, as a military genius, was flint con spicuously demonstrated In the batthn with tho British on the Canadian frontier. Iu tin' war with Mexico Ms skill and IU re sulting success challenged the admiration not only of hi own country hut of the in telligent world. Ho was the Whig candi date for President, in 1H52, hut was de feated ; the judgment of the American peo ple being clear that nature had simply Intended liiin for a groat soldier, not a statesman. He loved Ills country lived a chequered life of devotion tolls welfare and IU glory, and hag gone down to the tomb, honored and regretted by a people not for getlul or ungrateful. Wonderful Indeed! "It seems to us Tory strange, and It la cer tainly very unfortunate, that the Ohio De mocracy can do nothing without Vallitn dlglmin and Ids exploded attractions." Xeio York Herald. Very strange and very unfortunate, truly, that after the New York Herald and the whole gang ot "loyal" and quasi "loyal" editors in New York and elsewhere, follow ing In the lead of a precious pairol "loyal" Cincinnati papers, have sieiit live years and more iu trying to squelch Vallandiu ii am, and even after the army and nary had been called hi to effect the work, he has the rascally Impudence to refuse to give in to the squelching process. Truly an "irre pressible" and a most unreasonable body he must he I Hut w ho are. the "Bourbons" now? Will these men never learn to "ac cept the situation" and the men who are a part of It? Hut it is still more remarkable that the Democracy of Ohio should have steadily gained strength, throughout and since the war, and polled more votes lust fall than ever before at any guberna torial election ; and are in better spirits and condition to-day than at any former period. Last fall they adopted a decided Democratic platform. Jkvfkiison and all, and with a stralghtnut Ifc'tnocratic, candi date the same who reported the resolu tions this year trained ill.OnO votes the first year after the war. At the same election the New York Democrats, following the lead of the Herald and of Its houest fugle man, St. John I!. Hahkin, adopted a seiui Repiiblicnn platform and nominated a sciiii-Kcpuldicaii ticket and lift 22,000 votes liy the charming little experiment. Jleaulti are w hat the Ohio Democracy are looking after, and they mean to manage their own affairs in their own way, "sub ject only to the Constitution." Let us see who collies out best In the end. The Herald adds : "Under the banner of Andrew Johnson. Vulhiiidigham is not the proper apostle for uih tmio democracy. Kxaetly. Itnt the Ohio Democracy are not "under the banner of Andrkw John son." True, they arc able to be and will be of far more service to him In his great work of "Restoration," than t he Herald, and all -who may be weak and silly enough to fol low IU absurd but mercenary counsels, can ever hoie to be. They propose to rcuder him, also, a most honest, unselfish and cor dial supiort in it. Rut they move on uu der their own glorious old banner; that banner which Jkffkrhon consecrated, and which Madison and Monroe and Jackson, and a long line of Democratic Presidents and Democratic statesmen bore aloft la tri umph, for more than sixty years; a banner Inscribed, uHacred to the Federal Union under tke Constitution, and to lliyhti of the (State and the Libertie of the People." CJf "Thbsi-is," in to-day's Empire, Is pungently pungent. Head him. Stirred Up. upon ' publicans, through Monday's Cincinnati Commercial, the selection of "our (tlielr) best men us candidates,", pays the Demo crats a reasonable compliment. He says "The Democrats have set us an example " In this. Judge Key and General Lei'evor are strong men, and the temptatiou to vote ' for them will he great. We must counter act this. And in this view I suggest the name ol Uencrul 11. 11. itannliiir, ur Knox County, as that of a soldier who will enable us to "see" Ren. Ler'ever and go something oetter." ty As an evidence of what kind of con trol our currency la under, the Comptroller baa prepared a statement, showing the amount of money deposited lu the various national depositories to the credit of the Government disbursing ofticers and agents. The amount Is upward of 00,000,000. - The report shows that millions are on deposit luthe banks, which give only $50,000 as security for the same. . ; ; Could there be a better system devised to induce rascality than this? ..J.'.'.V, . [For the Empire.] Rev. Dr. Thomas—Falstaff—The Presbyterian General Assembly. "Ktaa RluUiprxrs unaot be rosil ha wrot .. , Tlu ThtaUr, p, (M. j The citizens of I my ton will not soon for get the exceedingly Interesting and In strnctlve controversy In relation to Thea ter, which, just about the opening of Tur ners' Opera House, was carried on for some weeks between tlia lUv. J)iv Thomas and John A.McMahon, Esq., The Rev. Doctor was very bitter against th Thcattr. agnlnst dramatis writer, -and against all who at tended theatric repreaentationa, or even justified or extenuated them; broadly maintaining Miat the, wlsestand best men, of every age and every class, bail, with one voice, condemned and aVaotinced such ex hibitions, as essentially enrrupt and de moralizing. And as to the driinatists thein selvas, "ven tyhakspeare Kald ht'tannot brf read ksnrf wrote." ' 1 ' ' , Tfw) Ri;verend Doctor is now a Commissioner-to the General Assembly of the Old School rrosbytertan Church, sitting, at the present time. In St. Unit, as a "court of Christ," In a recent debate on loyalty," politics, slavery and ecclesiastical govern ment, he delivered a very able, eloquent and. at times, bitter and sensational oration against divers and sundry offending and sinful fellow moiu who an-, evidently. In his estimation, of the self same class as the Jews believed (hose eighteen to be, tipoo whom the tower of Siloam fell. The fol lowing 1s aa extract:' You know very well, sir, that It Is the nature of debate to kindle that tingling in the blood which Sir John KalstafT declares was symptomatic of awltxy. He had "read the cause of his effects in taleli." You re member, sir. nntlrr the influence of thitt feel i'iV arose yesterday to occupy the floor by way of reply to the speeches (hat had been presented oil this question.'' ; Now, the passage to which allusion,' ho doubt, after fresh examination, is thus pointedly made, and part of which Is quo ted, Is from Shakespeare's Play of Ileury IV, Part IL Act I, Scene wherein the Eat Knight in represented as feigning deafness, w hen called to account by the Chief Justice, and reads as follows : - Faltff. I most humbly beseech your lordship to have a renewed care of your health. Vhittf Juttire. Sir John. I sent for you before yonr expedition to Shrewsbury. h'aletuff. An't It please your lordship, I hear his majestr is returned with some dis comfort from Wales. Chief Juttice. 1 talk not of his majesty'. You would not come when 1 sent for you. l'aletaff. And I hear, moreover, his hiirh- ness is fallen Into this same vshoreeon apo- Chief Juttiae. Well. Heaven mend him! i piivjr it- nir nproa wuu you. Faietaf. This apoplexy is, as I take It, a kind of lethargy, an't please your lord ship; a kind of sleeping in the blood, a vhoreenn tingling, Chief Juttice. What toll you iue of It? He It as It Is. . ' Fal. It hath Its original from much grief: from study and purturbationof the brain. I have read the cause of Its effects lu Ualcn; it is a k I lid of deafness. Ch.Juet. 1 think von are fallen Into the disease; for you hear nut what I say to you. ' Jfo wonder the Reverend Doctor, under the influence of that aforesaid "tingling," when lie had concluded, moved the previ ous question, iu order, as he expressed It. "to have a free dubate" I And now npon this delicate passage, thus alluded to In an ecclesiastical I do uot say a religious discussion, I beg leave re spectfully to suggest two "practical obser vations": ' ' " . ' 1. Either the Reverend Doctor, in his ea gerness tshow a profane familiarity with me graii uaru, inn si nave lorgotteu, fits own reeent wholesale condemnation of theatres, dramatic writers, and of ShaK- spkark expressly by name, or have confin ed his reading of the immortal actor aud. playwright, from the first, to one of Haw naii Mork's "expurgated editions;"; and was ignorant, therefore, of the real charac ter of the tingling and apoplexy- to which he alluded ; although he expressly declares that he had "read the cause of its effects In Galen." 1 3. Would he deny to his own Hock, and esgiccially to the lnnibg thereof, the "flow ery food" which he crop shimscir, and, Afl tome ungracious nsntura ilu, Show theui Hie ttp kmiI thorny war to HttrQ, ,v lure. Himsfir the primrose path or dalliance trasds, Autl recks out hit own rt!ur" THESPIS. ALL SORTS OF PARAGRAPHS. Nature evidently Inteniled Ben. Butler, tlie newly-appointed Muior General of the Massachusetts niilitfa, to be a military man. Uho Hani both his eyes at full cock. Trottino. At the jfreot staJllou trot ou the Kashiou Course. iVediicmlHy, fora purse awl stake of S1.GU0, the California horse, "Ueorjce M. Patchen, J mi," was the winner, tanking three heats resuwtivuly. in 2:J0Vi, 2:30 and 8:2 Oh, My 1 Some scandal has been going the rounds of npper I,onton circles tliat a certain lady's niald in a certain IiIl'Ii family, where there are two beiiutlful dauifliters, hits received her dismissal after six months' service, because because how shall I write It? because she was a man I One has often heard of women disguised asmeu, but never before of men disguised as maid servants. - Dead Heads. The New York Leirlsla- ture passed a law prohibiting tlie railroad of that state from issuing "free passes." now, wnen tney issue one. nicy constitute the editor or whomsoever he may be, to whom it is given, an "employe." Northern, capital la pouring Into East lennessee, especially at nnoxviue ana Chattanooga. Naw. houses and factories are sprliiKing up in every direction. Many farms are be In if nurchased bv former arniv oltlcera, and tlie tide of Northern lmmirra- iiou aeema to uave set la towara mat sec tion. Heverml extensive steam mills, Iron foundries and a large okth manufactory are projected at Chattanooga- r i' i , ... 'The Norfolk Viriiu'oa reports that a (ale of army clothing took pUtca at fortress xuouroe recently.- About tnroe tuouaaiul uurit oi ue paubiioons, regular pattern, wars sold at au averaee of eighty cents uer Dair. Some of the purchasers were offered two dollars and a half per pair an hour after tuey were aoiu. ' The Government is In DOKseasion of evl deuce showlnir that a number of freediuau have been forcibly abducted from Georgia auu snipped to uuoa. eta i urn island, it Is broadly intimated that some parties closely connected with the Freedmeu's Bureau are Yankees fresh from iew Kng- ,.. ( , t I i 1 1 -i - i ; A resident of Archibald, O, was recently robbed of l,nou while asleep ou Uie cart between Toledo and Archibald. The money belonged to a Toledo firm, and was to bt employed in buy ipg wheat. . i The Terre Tlauta (Ind.) Sxpr'tt aayst "Samuel Selkirk, of Lafayette, accouipaiiicd bv two deluded women, one his brother's widow, left for Utah last week, where ther design embracing the Mormon faith j W.T. Whlttemore. of El Tana. 111. baa1 Tit received a verdict of AIA against the lllnois Central Railroad Company, In the noouroru county Clrcultconrt. The plain tiff was put off the cars and kicked by the conductor, on account of some dispute about hli ticket. ; A highly respertahU young man, John II. Hosier, committed suicide In Oram townshla, near Houth liend, Ind ou Tues day, by shooting himself, because his lady love said "no" after she had said "yea." WUkt'i Nptrtt records the sale of" another flying trotter, a Massachusetts bay mart, by Ethan Allen out of Pucahoiitnt. Th price paid was JO,000. It la staled that she went a mile In harness iu 2m. 261 s, and then, after the usual time allowed between, rallo heaU, repeated In 2m. itl. j liewrsj Trotter, Superintendent Of the Freed men's Bureau at Chattanooga, hasdis coNtluned Issuing rations grat is. He found It impossible to prevent frauds among the applicants, some of whom managed to draw from adjacent districts. ' tW A wan named Jacob Stout who trav els with Van Amhurgh's nicntircrln, (1 blessed with a good apHtit. The other day, up at Trvmont, Ohio, on a tJ wager, he ate five p. ds of beefsteakr slxleea large notahiea, twelva ciiw of cod'ee, two pounds ol butter, one quart of milk, one pint of molasses, elgbteeii pickles, two plea, two and a half pounds of apple-butter, two thirds of a pound of sugar, seventeen (dices of bread, and salt and pepper In proportion. Milton Oanr, Esi., who bought Colonel Rrldglaud's flue residence, at if ichinoml. la the other day. but a few years since was a poor apprentice boy. He established and bollt up a large manuntotirriiig business lu that city, and is rich. ' ...... RIstorL, regarded as thn greatest living nnKic Bcirrss. is coming lo in is country. omv ptnjn in xuiiihii. A servant trlrl In one of the Clifton man Inns, a Cincinnati suburb, was, last week. cnargeu wuu stealing a pair or very valua ble diamond ear-rluga, w as arrested, par rlea U) the city and Imnrisoned. A nice young man. a visiter at tau house, was the unci, ami the scandalous altenit wits made w aaiuiie it on me poor girl. How to Curl thi Hair. It is said that ine uair. ir rolled up in the New York 7W btine, puts on It ntoucp a very rrlnckly purl ; aud It one ol Stevens' speeches be used. It assumes a erisp instanter. Iet some of our readers expeiiment, and report results. Winona, Wisconsin, must be a nice nlace at the presout time. Among the Induce- menu lor gentlemen to settle there it Is mentioned that "they can fish out of their garret windows, swim In their parlors, build skids on tlielr roofs, practice rowing over iiiuir uoor yarns, auu Keep uucks." QUJfiRY FOR RADICALCONaHKHHMKM Ifotr long, acconling to St. Luke, did it take to reconstruct the prodigal ton ? The Ernnkfort Kr- Yeoman saVa that a gentleman lately proposed to Mr. R. A. Alexander, If lie would consent to It, that he would choose five horses out of his sta ble and banter any man In the world for Ave races for $'20,000 for each race. The racs to be run in any county and at any distance the accepter of the challenge might choose. , . Mrs. John Llbbr. of Bradford. Massa chusetts, sewed five hundred dollars Into her dress 011 Monday, and went to Boston to invest it. but sonieliody stole It all from her as she was riding iu ahorse car. Two sharp young country boys recently caught sevuu voting foxes near Rock ford, 111. They took them to town and made the supervisor believe they were wolves. They got 970 bounty for them. The wolves are committing depredations in Lake county, IIU gobbling up all the young lambs they can find. . ALL SORTS OF PARAGRAPHS. New Advertisements. C. W. LOWE & SON, Wb)Miil mad retail Trunk Manufactory, NO !TT8 THIRD STREET. . ..DAYTON, OHIO Gontlcmcn's Tr... IADIKS' Traveling Truaks, Guntlcmen's Trar J elinir Trunks, vallsea and I'mwAilnv yallses and 1'raveilng- Bags. Honnet IMixee, etc., of better manuiacturo und' tower iiricea than they eaa be iurcliaaed In Cin cinnati or elsewhere. .... . .' - Wm-k warranted. m'Willy OP. SUGAKMAN,: (Brother of ftuganpin,) WILL open .lore for the saleaf Laities' and jentleinen'i Furnish. D)f Otoilt, at 110 Muio itreei, on th lint I day of Juue next. lie boiHsa by cltwe attntioii to bmltietf, and sell In vuodjtMt urti'.e it low M tbuxcan In) bought in Utt Etintern muiktiU, to merit Uie H be nil patron uk of Uiu citixnwf Of Dayton and Montgomery coimty.- fo not forget tu call on bin, btd'ore pur chMliiB eUowhere. il dttfiu europutitlon. iA. Vmi AltMAN, Iniportor end johler In h kiiult o( Dry iiimtU, Fancy Uond, Clothing, etc., can ixj muna at tnu same pia , ana will nil all or ders letl with htm, for any of the above goods. Ho- miii ucaicni win aiKi to meir auvauutfe to coll uv.ure uiaKiua; purvnaet eisewuure. mitvdiiin M A.Y 24. 18CG. , , Vap . Ausdal, Harraan & Co., , fav Just reoeived a larga iavoloe of New and Rich Patterns, ll Body brusski.k""'1"'1 ' : AMD ' ' ' ENGLISH TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETING, ',, 1 III ' Three-ply, Suprsi, Ingrain, Dutch Vol, hemp and ' Rag Carpeting. . - i , Which they oner at -' 1 NEW YORK PRICES. " "" ' , ; . .. in .1 JUH? RECEIVED t' A Large Stock of ,0:j .... . , f . , ,-. t-4 VTUITE AND CHECKED MATTIN G3r, , at - - . ! i . Reduced l?rices I ? ; " ' . v - ; :.Z: . best QUAurr r CKUVTTi MATTINO, . Mtmi MATTIVtl. -alAllllJil MlTTINe. . ' k i ( . . ' t - v ' ' ' f . i FLO OU OIL OLOTH3, ' An widths. Marseilles Oniltal i.Uom Comb Oallta, Allendale ttnilu, Feather Duitere, fta TAN Al'SDAL, IIAKttAx'ft CO., wr-i 14 assla ttreos. FOR RENT. TWO froat rooms, (suitable f'ir aa aesco aad sleeping room.) fa the building oncepied by the Ohio liukitiMice Company, aortneaat corner of Third uudjuaaraoa streeU. uiquireof WILLIAM Wl Ki.Y, JT.lk.i,t, ut W. M. UILLIMVIB, beo retary, Ohio lasurancs Company. msdtf ALL SORTS OF PARAGRAPHS. New Advertisements. Special Notices. Dr. Blcknnll'a Byrup! 1 , ' TiiaaiRAT f'Xf CHOLERA 1 1U3MIIDY ! Also, PyKttry, TXaerAais, Ckeler tfrJtMt. Sim mer Oomplatni, fm4 ot Cramp la Mmtndk ep Mem- tie, Met ur Snr Stomach, Patntefe Mie, As., tad Is warranted to Cliat or Mpsy. Is parslv shl, wltbout a aariUlo r lyani or wateatln. Illichlr aninislln, very plcaMn( In Aha UsM, wild, but tun hi lu eireort, wars sail arena;thDt ihs in, acts like a charm, nffortllnr almost Imms 4laa pllef, anil a tuts of ths article will uUfty Hie most Inrmdaloat of theaa nw.U. Sold by SH Oeeirr m misilrlne. ' I'lenM ssad for circular. Try It. Prepared only by KIWAR1 auTTON Pnvltnr, HI. ' UKM4$ BABNK9 4 Co, of mew Tort, Uenarsl Aonu. msdawfttn Mrs. WINSL0W, Aa iporleartit Nurst and remain phy.li ln, Freeente to the Attention of Mntheri her SOOTHING -SYRUP1 For Children Teething, I , Whir (restly farllltatm the process of teethina. hysoftealat the Kumi.ndoctacall iaaammaUgai, will allay ALL PAIN and spumodie actios, and Is Sure to Regulate the Bowels, iMpend apon it, mothers. It will five rt lo yf s . selves and. ,. Belief and Health U Vour InfiutU. ws save pat up and sold this article for over an years, and cam sat in Cosfidimcs innrta of It what we have never been able lo say of say other aiioiiiB-rsa as it raiLso la a sikolb in. stance TO krrtCT A cuss, when timely uieL Never did we know aa Initaneeof dlasAiiafantloa by anyone w he wed It On the contrary. All are delighted with iu operations, aad speak tn tennt of eoninteudatloa of I la maa-iral rffecte and aiDdl oal vlrtiiei.- We speak In tills matter '.'what, ws "O f now," altar as years' experience i and ri.toui oni aarVTATioN roa tnb ruLriLLaasT or what ws nuLAaa. la almost every Instance where the Inrmil la affertiis; fmra pain and exhaustion, re lief will ha found In aneea or twenty miautes sneriimeyrnpisadinliiiMereil. ; 111 ! i Full directions for using- will aceoniuanv aaca bottle. Nona genuine unless the fao-slmile of CUItTla l'KltKINS, New York, lion the out.lde wrsper. . ' r r. i Hold by sll UruKKiat throoahout the world. PRICl?. 05LY 38 CT8. PER B0TTIB. MAMUIAtiP. AND CELIUAtV.ial ssyof Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Also, Diteasos and Abuses which prostrate the viiai powers, with sure means of rclleff Sent tree of charge In sealed letter envelopes. Addrasi, Dr. HKlLLIa UOVUBTON. Howard Amwi'.latlon. Philadelphia, Pa. alsJawsm A Oongh, Cold, or Mo, 0 Throut. , K4DIRKS IHUKDIATE ATTENTION, AND SHOULD BK CHKCKKD. If allowed to continue. ewrafcla Lwwa; Disease ,i I IS OKTKN THI RK8UI.T. IROWN't BRONCHIAL TROCHES Having a dlrecvinnuenceto the parts,. OIVTC IMMKDIATK RKLIKV. for BroBchltls, Asfhira, I'aUrrb, Cob- sumptlye aad Throat llsease, ' 1 Tmchei are tiled with always aood luiMiess. ' 8INUKRS AND I'l'III.IC BPKAKERS ' will Bnd 7Kmam usemi In rlcsrlnir the voire when taken before slug-lug or Hncukintf, and relieving the throat alter an uiiiimuuI exertion of the vocal OTfranR. The TVocAm are recommended and pre- oiilMM ly 1'hyMulnns, ana nave had leaUinonisli Irom emineut men thrvtighonl the enatitry. Itiag sn article of true incrit, and taviliK proved their efficacy by a test of many yean, each year lln.lt them in new localities In various parts of the world, and the TVocAtt are universally urunonnced Better than other articles. " Olitaiu only "BROWN'S BRONCHI A I. Tnn. Cll KH," and do not take any ot the WoriAlttt tmU tations that may be offered. - bold every-whera in the United States, and For, eia-n Countries, at .16 cenu asir box. ocC-6indw ' Itabark's Hitters. "Thr Itataar a rwe wore) epskaal laijeet, said a gentleman to his friend wham marked that t'dreaabaicke are a:a. bait Habar.ka are bettet." MIU11CAL 3fOTICK.' Dr. R. CON K may be ooninlted aa follows : In XENIA at the Dimot Eatlnff Hitn.n nr. Thitr. days, March 8: April IS); slay lfj July 4; Aug. ; Sept. IS; Oct 18. in ai n DA TTON at the Plillliba Holme na FX. I... March; April 18; May lB;JnlyS; Aug, IU: Ueut! 14 : Oot. IS. In TRu V st the Morris Honae. oh Satdrdays I Aug. 11; Sept. March 10; April IS; May ,1ft; July 1 In hPKINGFIKLD At the Will a linnet m. ThuntUya, Mareh 16; April 19; May 4; July U: Aug, in) ciJs. sir, ws, au. ur. utinii. nas nai oinretj in hc,n or tun. thnvn plucua, that tie has regularly vUiteit fir tbe past wvn yearB, aud aft he nan treated and cured piany ratiiinu). in eatMi oi tne auove nianet. he n.n. iriva the bet of rclVrenrei in ach Dlww u to hid skill Dr. CONK TrtAstt and CtiriM all varietlea f nnmio uueawp luoiuainr moaa or the Eye and D'e... . nt, a..v .v. .U.1I "l A. I r , mvemmvm in iui eainuiBev.lim , I'll II worn wnu oon-jun law uuHLtre ireaisuent, )ie ehavgea CafibfurhU Mediolnei. , . . MMlif intfl that will last a nat nut fmm fntiF ! monthn, ttnt from Five to thirty dollars, in Cash novsa'-diy . , COLUMBUS, OHK,. New Advertisements. . x WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. Tins well-known and popular resort, having been lately purchased by the unduralgned and thoroughly . ,i ; ' ,' i I Refitted and He-fortiished, la trie boat ttyla, will be opsa for tha recoptioa of guests on tha . , The location of tha Springs, and ih mlmwal properties of tha waters, am s ause guarantee agiuaw Ml mkbtrloui or contagions diseases. Omni tmeses will rem from all day trains oa the ... Ci at c. B. B. rasaengers leavina- Cincinnati by the lx o'clock A. M. train will arrive at the Huriuga at two o'oloek F. 1ST., and by the wins o'clock trata win arrive at 4i90 P. ai,. .. i A Una WTILLOX UANikwIU he la attendaac throughout tho aeasoa. '"' " i All letters, packages, etc, belonging lo gaeeta, conveyed tree of charge to and from the Hprlug-a. T H E OP FIOE Will be aader tha tupervlalon of Malar B. t. Ft FIKLD, lately of Adams Kxpreat, Wad formerlyof i.., a. a an. ixmiu k. b , and or c. F. TVI'FING. mrmerly of Ualt Houae, Louisville, and lataly ot Aiuroes uouse, Clnolnnatl. n a ! Quests visiting the Springs eaa hav every aa. aursncs that the fare and acwmawdattonl will na eiual If aot sapertor to any wateriag-pbw la the The usual trip tickets will be laaued by the vari- oas rauroaoa MAOlag ftoss Cincinnati. AH bag. gage transported free. l ( , , , TKatMnVfour .dollars nut day: Ibrt traaaienl gueaU, and tha aaual reduotloa for families re maining ouring tne aeavm. j i gear Poet (jrttce nWresa. Jia' Center, Ohio. ; m i JOHN H. FERRY, ' PBOPRIBTOtt. ATLANTA' HOUS , i No. 39 MARKET STREET, .. UtITUS. tt. . B OARDINQ BY THE WRlfK avn lilil u am air ui,niiU r ... ' " . " .-7--' . . 1 1 , Lunch J&i'erpUty ttt S0 'ctocjfc, Jacob waouonkb. . apri-em Frourietor.- X OSTEE3 AND PRQTSB tUUra . 1 . Plata aad ia GoloraeiayctaAea asaaa 'll'.-.-' ...I'.U 'l. BttSMjakBOOSBS Book Store. I, BOOKS! Ill t. i-i' 1. RICKEY '8 ' ' ! J H li 'i .J i J J J. A H"j , ,3 I'.t; J i 1. BOOK, STORE! 1 !! . 1 'lY'ii. ' l Tf7 ' 1 " T T E ARK JUST RJECEIVXNO A FULL LINE OK , , , .... t 1,h li NEW: AND CHEAP , : ;i v j ' q M O T . Ml Wall Pipers ! f 1 ....I . ,, ...,!. - ... , ATI t i l )j t White', Blanks,', ! . , A . a 3ATIN9, I'! A. O A i ( J)EAb pROUNDS, STAMPED GILT, DBOOIIATIONS tA for cmrndirEs, " PARLORS, , DINING ROOMS, IIAU.S, 4c. ALSO, A L ARQK LOT OF !'JI Y Embracing all he new and desirable Fat- . tenia, 8, 7 and 8 feet long. ' k STORE 'k SHADES . MADE TO ORDKE li. .I.i' i. .- ri a V v. " t , A NEW XrOT OF GENUINE ' 'r"A I AIiN6LD'SrIKS! ijhU iMiTirvi ami Faber's Pencils, t :l Eagle Pencils. i. .5 !. ia; . ... S. A i .5 j ; :?; ; ; Gillott's Pens, Fairchild's Gold Pens. . ! GO SJDlI'lf i . ii i i SOLE AOEJfT JFOS w & Ai T j it DEVET'S FRUIT PliTES, d.'j .,'u .i i.i;,!' ) j ' HOUND lTJ BOOKS 'AKD IrKBOUNO., h .. ,.i I I ,' uiiV.1. l"..i . .. I ., : 4 ; :::-AJto .a .t i , . i 1 II l 1 U .1 i,.,i( ! "lA'tuarLATi UAU Of ,1 OFFICE SMERY Blank Books, . J . 1 . t ! 1 I School Books, V.niiti' - ALSO - ' ' ! .ii : : i' i t -i" ; ! i y r. . i i ; 1 pl'at;a'p8, rouo rosT, flat tirr- , TER, isEDITJM ANDDEMT PAI'EBS, i uaku BOARDS, CARD SHEETS, nr. ,JI 1I.IW o t tftt. t-1 1 - PRINTERS STOCK TtU H .T i3iNxiisra DOISTE. ,.i .o i a i.r n- . it. , i . e-AT- i t Rickey Bopfe fitore.; ,i,in'.-i i in.,-, .1. ..,ii,( ..it ; . ... ..I , I Amusements. 'pVRNElliii'OPEIlA-IIOUHR- i tf. TUBHCU . SRO...Pniprlet.)ra A Managers POSITIVELY fOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY COMMKNCINa MbnUav next, June 4. I'me Ohioiil and Big. Eusini's GRAND ITAIIAN OPERA JMAX STXAKONUU. .Director. 1 1 Mr. BTR A K08t.il snnonnces with much iileaa- ure that he hsa aurceflcl In making an enHHg-c. mrntwith aorarof the nrll-n of MA KKT.r.K'H crlelirale,! 1TAUAN OPKM A THOU I'K, Irnm thn At-adfrny of slnlc. New lork. anil a rnmolrte I home and Orchnetra.ennittrining the mnt talt-nlvd unini in America, wlin n noiu he will give a lirliT reason in liavton (limited so three nlghu) or liUAND IT A f.l AN OI'KHA, which will lie pro. duwd In a style unrivaled by any other niHiiagc mt!m' The following eminent artiste from the New York Academy of Mitotic, conatitute the tlrand Italian Opera i.ompanyT Hlgnora ANU1UI.1NA OHIONt, the famous Prainatic Prima Uonna, from the Italian Opera, Academy of Muaic, tiew fork, and Theater Tacou, M m AMU.IA FATTI 8TRAKOSCII, tlio fa vorite Contralto. , M'lle PAH I.IVKOAN1MA, the young an.l tal ented Prima Donna Leglera. Sia-nor MA ssl 51 1 1. IAN I. the rtlnclpal Tenor or the fieiv York, UoMwa amV Pklludclphia Acudu micsof MiKlr. 1 -' ' ailnor KKRANI, thS' eminent Tenor from tho New York Acailcniv. Mlsnor Hlil. I, INI the Prlnchml llarilne or th- New York, Boston and Philadelphia Academies of iWguor BARBA, Uc famous young Baritoue, n-orn the New York Academy of Music. IgaorHUHINl, the world-renowned Baaao I'ro fundo, frum the New York Academy. i MoMlamns , iAPUZJ and, PAitoZZI, Second Mlgnon JTIMItVKS and REt.M, aerond Tenors rJIgnori LOCATKLL1 aud M ASSIO.rlecond rlaos Muairal Director and Conductor. . .Hlgnor Nil NO The Operas which will be jjcrformed, aclcctcd fmm then rand Repertoire or the Mnretzek Italian Opera Company, will be lbs following : ,- Miuulay, 4th June, VeMi'a Msaterwork.inSscta-lL I'KOVATOItK. " ' TnefMlny, fttli June, The late New York, Boston ami Philadelphia aensatlon-t RIHPINO K LA 'XI MARK-by the Hlitf'i ttarvpt s-nij . aatlou aud va iwrlormedtointiwded houaus more uihu aii.y tiinea, ereatine wr the artmta an un hounded enthuaiaam. and a furon. a.,l,l.ii ir Hv.,r equaled by any other Oiiera. ' Vcdneftdfty, Last Niirlit, Donltettl'a hrilliaut Opera I.OCRJCTIA BORQIA Adraiaalon-tee Ilnllar, RnurrNl Hvmtu irirtir Cents extra. The Bos Ofsre will onsn for the sale of aecurml sears rfor season only) on Friday, 1st Juno, at nine o'clock A. si. at the Opera Houae. inliu 'pURN Kit!' OPBKA-HOUlsn. PropricUu-s I Managers... ...J.M Turner rtro St.ige Manages w. II Pam-llo Areaaurer 1 . w.tialtle Third Appearance of the Beautiful and Accom. ! pushed Actress, . MISS VIRGINIA HOWARD. Wednesday Kvenlnff.MayaO, 18MJ, Will be performed for the Firat time In tbla City the beautiful Play in. are acts ol the nWIFS SECKET1 Th performance to ronrlude with the roaring - x Farce of the PRINTER ANP HATTER! . ,. OS, Ths Rival aiioicians. To-morrow Right Mia TJLx4KlnJ.o, IIo-wrtrcl. .m . PRICES OF ADMI8HIOK. Dreaa Circle ssd On:heatrs thsirs so ct. it... served Seat 76 osntas Balcony S&uunU; Private Dwun as anu 91. , ., , ( ., . Scats e&n he seei, red st the Clothing store ot Walker Turner No am Third struot. Doors opew at In p. m. Curtain rlsca at 8. A Ok AND MATIN SS Every Saturday afternoon when tlie adiniaiu will be 116 cent to all part of the Home i ' i. j 1 4 Wants. T E D. P A HTIT.S HA VIVO Patent Riirhta to rtiaonae of. or Daniea ilHlrlmr u. Invest In Patent Rlsrhts. will flrul it to thir l,3.r. est to call at tbe Great WeaternKeal Kstate and Patent Right Office of L. WALTZ A HUHRfcTT oSlca, room So. u, over Post OfHce, Dsyton, o. IDU 1 IU I Wa ANTED rr TO be kx'owk tiiat CLARK AKI-.LLV have sUaMiahed tbe "Ameri can Patent Right Emporium," at So. 310 Second blreet, for the Introiiuction anil kale of valuable t-atent Ula-hts and Labor-saving Machinery. They request all who deaire to diapoae of or purchase Patents aud Labor.asvlug Macliinery to give them ANTED PERSON'S OUT OF EM- PIlTM UNT1 n lluu U' i,,l .. . Ill I . un I .. r, 'i'.n sa to Lost Artioles, , tu Advertise in the Km pir want Column 1- - New Advertisements. MYft lT0ltl5yAVt NEW IjUOUS. V7 HEKBY MILLlvR CO., OXO Tlilrd street, WOULD beg learn to Inform Unr friends and tho Dnbllo in irencrHl that lhv h,L li opened a flrat-claaa Merchant Tailoring ca- ioiiianm.itat mo. sia Thisd street, where they will be always ready to receive orders to make garmonts in the Isteat styles. " Their goads am of th 'lateat Fashion and Style, snd were only purchased a few days since, at the lowest prions. , , ... A nice assortment of Rendv-made Clothing Is among ths goods. oirerwi. which wUl be sold very cheap.-', ...... A general assortmsnt of Oent' Purnlshing Oooila always on hand. Ueutlemen will do well to examine our atook. before purchaaing elaewhere. mlSdlim . . liENUY MILLER at CO. SANDUSKY AND CINCINNATI R. R. SANDUSKY AND CINCINNATI R. R. 1866 1866 ON snd sfUir Mondsy, May 41, tiutmner Tntlnt will be run on the Sandusky aud Cincinnati Kallrwad.asJollawsi 1. Leave Dsyton. Arrive. Mail Train 10:10 am 6 p iu kiKiat Er press . .-, :. , .-. -s . : . IS) p m t tlliui Malt Train Morth, Totimvta at SprinaUld Tor WblksaulpUur hprtag and Delaware, at torrett for the Eaat, at Corn for Findlay, at Clyde lor ths East and West aixl for Uie Kaat. Might Express North couuecU at CLYDE lor the Eaat, at Sandusky Ivrlleveland and the East, and with a line or ateamera lur Kelly's lalaud, Detroit sad Upper Lakes. - ' alucping Cara on TTIght RxpreSB':"' ' J. H. POTTER, Ueneral huperintendcut. B. V Hahosavk, Agent. ,. , , . in.s MEW ESTABLISHMENT J. P. L9nU & Son, Inliod Brethren Building. . j , Xertheaat Oarnar Main sad Fourth. Dayton, 'Ohjo, ;.-) - Maaufaoturcn andUdssieti lu BOOTS AND SHOES, . jilA to iw r7wcrti.HoB. They always keep ou haad, of their owa manu farturu, and the best aale work, a large aseortineut of B00U, shore tiaiUii-s, blippera, etc., fur Imliea, mlasea, meu snd boys' wear, and st prices to suit cubtuiaera. - 1 J Repairing doAS at abort notice and durably. ii.uy via gll and ths public. ia satiafaotioB to their cuautmers (.au assuu . t ." Uuo XhouBaud Boxes of Etrt EXCELS 1011 VERMIM BEfTROYEI Jast aUzsd. aad lor sals at waolssat price at Horn. 107 ana 109 Jefferton street. U aoalaius atbracSJv oils, so that vermin will otune to where it is laid, and aatlt avevjr tim it is put down-, Itis -( THE ; ONlT TREPAB4.TI0N ! Which la aae to ue tbt la now before the nubile. ssd trill dp wkat if 1 dealrsst to for aale bv all Insurance poucteh blanks Caatiy ariat) at ths an riHsi e'ob . T.