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UTTIioVfl vtifw stylo Ilrrby'a ItKtowu again, at H. Schwarz. . rn2ldawlwr IW A bg lunch t the ofiera IJoMettrt taurant, to-morrow nioriilnjf, at .balf-past lilns o'oJoctf"1 ' ' ' O J'' DT ldU. jort pa,-aft street don't i forget to step Into the "tore of rtLTrebelu A Co., and see sbm their, nice dress "'! goods, which they are offering Verjr cheap. , i Wamtko. Ilnlf a down young bullet to learn the Millinery business, at the popq lar Millinery establishment of Mi. Gabriel ' Haas, No. 335 Second street, Mini Oood i , man's old stand.) "all-rilf. tWt.FssNSR & Bho, Ko.102 Main street, are dully receiving new supplies of Cloth inn, of the tjiteit stylos and. best quality. Call and tee thcin.V j j m A Card. As I have rented my rooms on , Third street, and hav only a limited time to remain, therefore I will sell the balance , i. of my stock, regardless of cost. '" ""' nilSdlw y' P. A-.LK, K7 Remember that the Great Bankrupt ,( Suit of Jewelry, etc. Is now going on at No. 80 Jefferson' street.- All Who desire to get good bargains, and double the worth of " ' their money, are desired to call Id season, as their stey bere is limited to a short time ,,. ; only. ,.,. . ,. , m : ,vis.- . . far Common Sense Is slowly; getting about again 1 The Clmlnimtl Chamber of Commerce, on Monday, bv a' unanimous Vote, rescinded the very foolish and unwise rule which was adopted during the nor, . requiring members to take aiv extra-Jimi-clal oath of loyalty 14 The rule was origi nally the offspring of part Intolerance. ', , , '." .MAXKRTs-The Southeastern Market, and the Market on Scars street have proved to be a decided convenience to the people, of ' these localities. The markets are well bud-1 pnca wiin ail jieedlul articles, and are largely attendod by purchasers. The ar: rangemcnt, lu both cases, have to fur leen , entirely successful and satisfactory to all concerned. . ' lyFenlan movements are becoming fre- ; quent nearer home, The) Commercial, of ' Thursday, was informed that a party of three hundred were drilling in the woods a . ' low miles down the rlvoronfiunday,,, Quite l A number left the city yesterdnyl bound for i . Canada, It is supposed.. Large shipments of arms have been mode- northward within a few days. I ..' i Sensational. The editor of the Warren , ' tJhld, Mail writes to his paper from Wash- j '- Jngtou in the following doleful strain : , 'The Union men should know that the members of the Democratic HtaDe Commit tee are authorized by Cowan, to report to ' Mm all cases where Republicans can bo ' found to accept offices with Johnson's con dition aunexea, ana upon the recommenda ' tlon of the copperhead committee men. Cowan will have the changes made ai soon as itoneres adjourns, so that confirmation - will not be necessary I I speak .advisedly . vu uiu puius. , - i SiBTtBa' Kaib. Xbt Committee of the Sls- . , , ten' Fair request us to annonnoe that owing i to the great number of valuable articles to be disposed ot, they found it impossible to close' the Fair last night, without great sacrifice. . They therefore hope that the " patrons of the Fair, and all having tickets . ibr the piano will not complain of the de- . lay, as It was unavoiHable, but will go to the Fair to-night, as It will be positively the ;'. last night, and the piano will certainly be , , drawn; also a great many articles will be soul at auction., ,',, 1 ... , i - Tub Greatest Hotel tit th World. . The greatest landlord in the world is pre- ' paring to build, in New; York, the greatest hotel in the world. We see it stated lu the - papers that Cranston, of 'the New York ., , Hotel,, has purchased thlrty-toar lots pp- , poslte toe main entrance to the Central ' " Park, and intends erecting upon it a hotel of the most imposing character. ' If IS to , , contain nearly a thousand rooms, one hun ' dred and seventy-four of which will be private parlors, it la intended to) be the finest and most costly hotel in the world. " Italian Ofkka. We have already an ! nounced, at some length, that the celebrated ; Italian Opera Troupe,, under the direction of Max Strakosch, would commence a series of tbclr unrivalled entertainments at ' Turners' Oiwra House, on Monday evening next, and continue until Wednesday eve ning. This Troupe Is unique and compact, and possesses the advantage of long as sociation, a most important feature In opera, t as indeed in every description ,of musical association. It will be the last chanee af 1 forded the lyrical element of this city until the next season, and the indications are bright fof. 4 successful issue, L , i U A A Bot itoBBKBY. A boy lamed' Rulck, aged but fourteen years, robbed hi grand ". ) father, "one flay lsst.-Week, !u at I Hebron. Licking couuty, of 7,U00,'in United States Bonds, the proceeds of a farm that ! the old , man had sold, aad With this nice purse put .out for Columbus on a big spree, in com ," pany with another lad. He bought nice ww v..w avaavj jljnsil J a III Vlilvl things, to the extent of i 1,300. The bal ance, when be was caughb waa recovered. He sild he was tired living' with the old V , man, and perpetrated the robbery that he might get into the PeulUutlary, , AT hut an eventful future baa received a temporary postponement l i i. "i '..i)" Races at Cikoishati This la race-week at the Buckeye Course, near Cincinnati, . having opened on Monday. The attend- anoe of spectators was quite lafge. Quits a number ofeelebratedruuners are on band,' and a week of fine sport, of thAt character, , should the weather prove. favorably is gen- .hII. I l-i.J ffll. . 1 It . Monday, was a "flat thlug." Three horses nuwuwnu, uiie laiica w come ui nine; two started one tripped, threw the rider heavily to the1 'ground, "bruising hlni se verely, and the third did up the business, at a alow rate. The second was a running . race; three (r "Maiden," "Malcolm" ' and "Oea. Sheridan:" Maiden, distanced, Malcolm, victor-flrst mile, Jo, liiBH; - ..Aml,4;rt. U X -iOXJ . j ,. , ' '- t9" Hemember that F. V. Trebeln A Co. are receiving a large tnd well selected tteck ' , Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, at No. 80 Main street, which tbey will tell eheaper ,sth 7 other bouse in the city: : 1 i l l a. , W i I A r.i uwtl 1 1:1. a io LAW REPORT. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. T. lllmrr & On. n. Pkltlln Solomon HternberirerWnd Emanuel Stern erirer, late wirVliTSas Sternberger 4 Co. TIM plabitltts,-wlwlwa)e dealers in HaU mtd Caps, &c tndiieiuuati. brouiflit suit oii a 'promissory note of Phillip Solomon, endorsed by Bternberger A Co. for 177 78 lsy note in niuety uays irom iw-eniMriiu, 1SG5.:. AC i l .lli.f ' fj.i 'Holomnii" ' 'NfwhlwTwi mA T!iii:kiiiifl Htdniberger ilefbnded ullegtng that tlie note was clveii for tlie individual delit of Phil lip Holomon, and not rr the iirm debt of Sternberger A Co. that the 'name of snld nrni was wrongiuliy endorsed on said note by said Phillip Holomon without the au thority, consent or knowledge of them or either of them, all of which was well known to plnlittlns when they took said note. Plaintiffs replv bv admitthiir the note was (flvcn for the Indlrldual debt of Phil Hp Solomou and that the . said (Inn name a as enilorseu on snhl note bv 1' ill It) solo-. mon, but sllere with the' knowlddjip .iul . .. r 1 1. n r. 1 .1 O . Y. . - . 1 V"i' rxtt, ui vim Mtiu nuTi uui'i ,:rn. i A ne conn enargeu tnejury, tnatas it was ailmit til that the note was given, not for a firm debt, of fttcrnbergnr A Co, but for the Individual debt of Phillip Solomon, it was incumbent on the plaintlfl to show, by a fair preponderance of proof, that the en dorsement of the firm name on said note by Phillip Solomon was made by the authority of Holomon and Emanuel Sternbrgerj or with their knowledge and , cnnsotifc artd that if cither of them had.-so authorized Phillip Solomon or aotisented to said en dorsement, the Jury might And against them. ' . v' ', . " . ' i The jury, after an absence of a few min utes returned a verdict for tlie defense. P. P. Lowe, for plaintiff, I- ,11. Uuncklc contra, f, '! !j ; ', J-. ; . , , j 1 ' Bovsi Do yon want to have BinW-enit for Snnday, and fur, little .ii'inWy 1 If you do, go to H. Schwars' aiiid you will be suit ed, (sign of the Golden Kngie.)i . in84dawlw . . u .( , ' OrRRA IIousr. Tire sensHtional play of ''Eastl.yuue, at the Opera House last even ing, did not bring but very full audience. Miss Virginia Howard performed her rote admirably. In some portions of the play, we intnn, sue was niny. equal to Heron in tlie tame characters. . We regirrd' bt-r4 an actress of superior merit, and regret thnt her engagement here Is not more liberally "patronized.. .. ,.. ,'. .'. ... i.'.j To-night wilt be presented the Ave act drama of the "Wife Secret,'' with Miss Howard as "La J y Evelyn." . The entertain? ment will conclude with the, very amipdpg furoe of the -Printer and Hatter." It Is a capltul bill,' and one that should All the house.'-' ' ' ' "i I , We learn thai the present dramatic seaA son will close Rtho Opera House to-morrow Thursday) evening, -j "" " . IOOTB S AND CHILDBEN'S CLOTHINQ. The best and cheapest place in Dayton to buy suits for youth and children, is the store of Lessner A Brother, No. 102 Main street. ' Call and look at them' before pur chasing elsewhere. . - .. . u. '; Of" Tlie Cincinnati Commercial of Tues day, rather piquantly says of Parson Gad dis' pretensions to the Pension Agency : "It is doubtful whether he will bean- pointed ; and we add for the Information of pensioners that lr lie Is appointed some time will be required for him to give bonds In the sum or joo,uoo ana mnice other arrange, inentt that are Indispensalda .before enter ing upon the discharge of the duties of the omce." We regard this as nothing but a slur upon the financial standing of one of the subllm est patriots left by tho war and party wear and tear. ' Why, there is not a Republican millionaire In the Queen City 'Who would not esteem It as a great favor to got ou-hls "f 300,000" bond and pay too, wttmjat I grumble, If a "necessary " for it should arise I We hope the parson will not be discouraged by such cavalier snubs. Splbndjd CUTttWO-F6r the best and oheapest stock of Clothing in the city, go to Lessner & Bro's- No. 102 Main street Gentlemen In want of clothing suitable for the season, will find the very latest styles, at prices which can not fall to please. - Nsw Abiuval or Boots and Shoes. Wm. Kehni. tho enterprising proprietor of iu jiui siiu onw ouire, -.1 o. w jneraoi street, opposite (he Market House, has just received, direct from the manufacturers, another large lot of new boots,' shoos, hats and caps, all of the beBt quality; and latest stylet. . At he keeps none but the best of articles, and tells at the very lowest prices. the people will understand that this is the beet place in the city to buy.' ; If you want to be aulted, call at No. 8A Jefferson street. Doi forgef tjio place; !tO2(n9 SitodaT School C0NvxNTio'J-The Sim day School Convention of the Methodist Episcopal Church In Ohio, met this mom. ing at ton o'clock. In Raper Chapel, on Fifth street., The Convention was onran Ued, temporarily, jmd the hpcnlng sermon was preached by Bew Mr. Ninde. A large number of delegates are present from differ ent portions pi the. State, TJnV fterUes,J wuicu are ui a very mieruaiinr, cnoracier. will be uoutluued during to-morrow. Fiasri io"thi Skason. Nice j spriag chickens wijl be served, up at all hours, at the Atlanta House, Xo. 2!( Market street. :.,-v, .s ..,.'. ( "mlodtf " " ' i CyThe Dayton Steam Laundry Is uow in (complete running order, all arrange- mebta hevinit ,pri completed.- AH the proprietors ask Is that the people will give them a trial, and we will Kuaraalee thry -will glr satisfaction. ' ' A .O fjl.-, -4 MomrRs I Go to Sch wars' and look at those pretty little children's suits he re ceived this week.' .", . " .,! Ui24d4wlw - FathkbsI For a decent looking Suit, custom-made, call at the Eugle Clothing Store, and you will be suited in price and quality. m2-ldawlw LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. Gen. Grant. The ,Whlngt,w ,orrepnnlent of the Rochester (fTvX-) Dtnxutrat, a Rcpuhllean paper, wisj as fcllpws a I! 1 3 M -1 "leading Denioertits aSaert that tb Pres ident has determined not to nominate Lieut. Oeo. tirsnt te tb fxisM Uui of Ueueral unless that soldier shall give In hlsadhqtUSntothe Klioy of tlie White House.' I mention this bum the persons who repeat It are ipesx sons supposed to have the eutree at the ecuuve Matuilut.'; , , jyy , -j i t. ariO'UBO IUInoto(ji!(4acedoTilr six bale of ootton. The total yield In 1806 is estimated at 10,000. bales, twice as much as was exported annually1 from the whole country at the beginnlug of tbo-euntary ; twice as much as grown by Kentucky, and nearly a moobas Tlrglnla, In I)0.. The Qotton U said to be equal to that of Tennes see In quality. ( 1 -j u7.ii , ij TV i It ; f t iV I i LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. Gen. Grant. Still Swindling. irlUnsat, thntwrltflsof the irenUpman. ftirmprlr nf Nitw Ynrb. tiAur doings of the Christian plillsmthroptRt wtio are running the Kurenu business therfnt' bouts: l,,riv . Sub-agencies of the freedm4'.l)ifreasi are considered worth more than the 1'iwW dent's salary. But few, If any of the plant ers can get hands, unless lliny subsidize the kiltait piitnirs,,or Wntaira on ,tlo protltsof the crops. An linntst, straight forward man stands no chance to get helai Some agents are reported to be Interested In live to twenty cotton plantations. If the sroverninont will sends deteetrvfl through this State, revelations wiU be made to astonlsl) the public. ) l"Ai the Louisville Journal says: ( Of course thev can notconvlct.Teft"! Diivls of treason, unless some unusual and nioat unrighteous means lie ailonted to mt in a jury expressly for hU.convWlon ; and does snyooiyjsiippiT ipai qiw conviction ov such 'means' would "make treason odlonsv' or make him odious? Would It not, on the contrary, deepen, iinmensly, the deep sym pathy already felt for him and brlnjf bitter scandal upon theOovcrnment f Certainly men wny nni uiscnarge mm at once,)! . , The Journal probably does nt -eonshler, thut to discharge Davis, without goinir through tijev fn of a trlal,;wonld; eheat the thief Jnstic M tlte octVif)portuiilty he may ever have to play his great, jrelt ,of Demagogue on the Bem ht i A FrenolR Preparation for" j the Hair . As a DrflMlnff for the Hair It hs ho eipial. Ile Htitrm srey hair to lt nutursl rnlnr. Anil keip ths i-lp .'Wn rii.I healthy. Kyery bottle watrmilwl. Kor by DyU)ii llriijtKltH. ni'M,Uia n H M O V A Dr. THOMAS L. NEAL . HAS remnyed his onloe to the iomhwoit rurner of Heconil aihI WilkiliHon streets illlli- hours J'nmi 1 toSo'clock A. M . snd Irom 18:30 to S P. M. ni2S,la lm t ..1 Get your painting- done by ' ' ' '')'' KUIINH & MclIKNUY, No. 81 FOUBTII 8TKKE I', bet. Main Jof.rsou. All kinds of work In their lino nroinpMr sttemled tm. I filtAlNlXO and MAhrir.lNil ilcine In the highest style of the art. , Uuilinitu ralriinliu-d In a mpirior. niAsser. All VliHls ot' sigu undoi'im-mi-ntnl work uustly done. nil7dlai r . .. . i- A J i .; WhpeaalQ ..and, Retail 4 Bakery ! NSx'san Thlvd afrxet, Iws Moors . ml nsntfamtrf ' . D.NIOKU M A SON. nAVB constantly on hand Fresh tHACEKHH of sll kinds, vis: j , - BUTTKR CRACKERS, ,. I ,. SODA CRACKERS, j ' BOSTON CRACKERS, I ' ' ' ' TEA CRACKERS, I PIC KIC CRACKERS, , BITOAR CRACKKRS, CRACKONEI.S AND I.KMON niSCPIT. 15yLlbral redontion to ytiolesale punthssnrs. Htantly on hau li't.tr Weddim S And othor parlies ruruiihod with orn- meuted cakes, to onler. Opora-LTo uso HAT STORE, ! .,. EVERY PKSCRIPTION OF H4TS.GAPS, AND I .. . Gentlemen's Furnishiag GOODS, j Anil will keep constantly on handcrary thftf NEW & DESIRABLEl In the above line. i Ladies and Gents' Kid Gloves, A COMPLETE LINE. In fartcrery-thing kept In A FIRST-CLASS' Hat, Cap, and FtirnlHliiiijf Ktjtab- - Our Prices' Defy Compeiition.- 1 Mew OooIh Received Every Week. K. A. HERBMAN. . . No.S4 Main it, Upera-Ilouae Corner. 4ocS-dlr - lAtOB.OhlO. MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. 1 MAYOH'8 urFIC'G, May IS, ISflsV to Ik4 Oitismt df DauUm:. i It fil-ruJ,ll(-ii(S SVahsWsihiierhl the Piwa. HVntVaMl memnrni' df rtie Clly lloanf 01 lleallh anu many nuierrlllzont of then ty. 1,. ION A 'I'll A N Slayorof Daytou.doiiisue the S.IUi,( PROCLAMATION ! " " WrHKRIAS: There U lnt mum ii luliad maliKnant or iiifectious dlseaiies are rastappruaok" Ins and for the purpoae of belnx prepareU lu l.hw hiul .U...I I.Ian. ....... a.'.. 1. . .. . ...v,Ir. WBii, .,'ruMoK,itucnajf.iioiera, or Small I'ox, the owuur, tenant, heal ot l'aiuklv. or proprtelor of any home, or building, within the lliuiuof the city, u reaiitf-ori btytlte lw and Onli nanceof the rily.'lo hiva, or liernilt, aa noun an It ! knowB,Hirfh-the reortor a phvslntan. that niMj ,.n,im in or Hwm moir premisoa has anv an. uauuiw r iiiiri-iiuuB iiiHuaflea, iur.n h tmaH- kx or cholera, a yellow flax to Im But aa.ia a nroml. nnnt and romipii-.uoiiM plaoe nu the iirenilaea. to rrve a waruinx to the imlilw that eoutaiciaa k. near. AaJF perMMf rSilty of illi,lrliig any auch nan unui ui.-inline lor putting It there la eatteetjM 1-Art,tkrt Will lu, llul.la ... - fl.,., . ,u, ..... ' -.. ...,. w m il.au Wl f W Bll !,,. All phyuleiani, cominanilen of canal boats, and all keviioru of iMianlina-housea Uviini, ! ..r. t-iuuMi, are required In ao-onlance'wlth lion one. of an ordinance reu-iilntlntf tm i certain easel, to reHirt, in writuix. to the Mayor without delay, every case which may ooine 1 1 their n wiooae, 01 muaii pox, or cnolera, occurring or exiatlng within the limiu nrtlclnltyof the city together with tlie naiuua aud ru.iiicuce- of eaJb ur.h case. It Is also re no ntnnlrcil thnt the n.r..,. n- I, . . 1 . , families will have the meinhcra of their family that has not Ikk-u, or lu thi- uiiinlou of their family pkraltsiss nire le,vsrciiaiiastaoa a posaioU. AH peranns having any malignant or oontaaious disease who shall leave his. her or their nnd ..i expose theiuselyeson the pulillc streeu, or g into any house where persons will lie in danger of tak ing said disease hufore thev shall him r.ul..l . oertiili-jile from some physician, that thev are east any danger of contagion are liahlo, on conviction to way a fine of not less than ten or more than rt dollar. JONATHAN kKNSKV. Mayor of Daytoa. NEW FUENnlntE an'd CHAIE ; WARE-ROOM. 'A 4 lBeeteit ffi if Street I 1 is I. WllKKEWKHAVE OPENED A nrw slock of ri'RNITI KK of j Our Own Manufacture, from the best material and latest styles. Vie la vlte the public to five us a call. pr i.iiuu i. at. nrtsi a BON. 1 1 Treasnrez'd Notice. To tha Tax Payers of Montgomery vouniy, unto, IillB BiHIk'S are now reaily.and we will a tree lu so-elrirm lea fiiu,ilarlsrVr'siUour., IS Trwasort-r-eftm, Tl you celuult yourcon venienoe yoe will call before the rush, which ren ders it very unpleasant durlnx the last few werkA of the time specified by law. Keuieiuber thatouf- aair or tne t aaes camaiu uapaiu. aud Is to be iiald by the SUtn of June, or the taiiialty will be a-ded entity will be l WIEL bTAI.EV, ki auttiorlMd br law. aiskU Treasurer of Moutyouujr; taio.....,. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. Gen. Grant. Still Swindling. Business Notices. I f tvctoh Ji'sJ-JaciANtif DYSPEPSIA J lIDrJTbffWiAVtfii ' T0W0 M awincefc-l rated preperatlnn-of RoU null Herbs, with aiitiauids' ahrl Kafmlnatlves to strengthen the stomach and nervous system, jit is a certain remedy for Dypfjia or Inillges tlm, Nerviinsniw, t,oss 01' Appetlto, Aeiill ty of the Stomach. FlnHilr-nrv ami lielilllfv it Is not' areotiolin, therefore iiitrtleiilnrly suited for Weak, Nervous, anil DysM-ptK' persons.'' For sale bvall Druggists every -Wherenf f! per1Otffr.r ,t.,it, . .,1 e.j 11 t... i ik' "I , Dr. HlrlcklrtiKl'a PILE REMEDY! Hits eiiril fhoimanilx of tho worst coses of Blind and HleerHnr Piles, it gives Imme diate relief, and elfii-ts a permaiiant eirre. l'ry It directlv. ; Jt is warrants I to euro. 1 For sale, by . nil , Druggists at 50 ets. per oottlfl Hrt . 4..' I . 4.-' ,11 hi . II lr. StrlcllatfdVs ,CQU(U NO ' WEI.MH.IIOtlS MortBv;C0UGH BALSAM is warranted to be the only, preparation known to cure. Coughs, Colds llnarsiuiess, Anthma, WhoOtifug Cough, Chronic Coughs Consumption. RroncliitiH ami ('roup. Td Jng prt'pnrcil Irotuiiloitoy and llerlm,4t ,ls pealing, sotteptng, find r xieetorat.hig. aliil narticiiltirly suitahle for all affections of the rhroataiKl Lungs. Forsulo by Dniggists everywhere ' i fan3 . 1 mn -t ' . Vlh HH. , ,W,..,II 111 I.!. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. Gen. Grant. Still Swindling. Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. ,' CINCINNATI. IIAHII.TOM AND pAVTOX. Leave, i ' ' ' ' Arrive. ": ' ' -riirrlnnstl nrrofflmodatioa . . R'M a m S:ti0 a a I'UuUorn Kxprem . . j...tlilsm 7:10 a 111 Cincinnati at-i-OHiuMMlatios SiDuum S OopTft' Ai'coimnoilatliin .,n i r. a S-4A pn 0:lpm tlin-lnnatl Mall . . .... ,, ATLANTIC AND UREAT WESTERN. fr -' 14 .or. , ... '..i.m . 1 '.111 iL-iaJi J.Mit.t rir,...M SvtS ni 4 HO p m I ' ! 11:111 nm 5 :1ft p UI ,1 , vi DATTON AND MICIliaAN ! Ui:ltl siu I himrsris Mail. . t .V. j '. WKB p in ChicAKo and Detndt RxpruWa I - DAVTONI XKNIV AND COI.UMUUH. , ., 10 :S0 a M' Ksstera Kxpress ...Swam Msil...'.t ..v.ii-t-. Sdoant 9:10 pai Pitmburii KxproBi 1 .' ..... ,ls:up n OJDIABAeSvrl. AND1aYtoN AND W15Tr!. Iia Rastern Knres ...tffinm Vixii s 111 initio p m Aoiiiininiittuu.f(..v., i. .1. ... d:h p in Day KxprVM.... v. : . I . .I0:M s S SANDtlSKV, DUt fON AND CINCINNATI. 10:0s am Uaytun Kxpress I '. SSDpm u:O0 p m ltullel'nnUiiu! Accominodaton S:&0 a in ' ' DAVTON AND UNION, j ' s m Aceonunoilatloii l!.;U:15pni IMpni KxpretH. a ..".... . . .' . .. tt:4A a m Ieavei every mnmlnrexreptMonilavn. ,. T Ti-.xprew iHiw ar Aiiunietown ana llaunltim rmiy tTIiosb soinir East on the 1 :10 train mutt. i,i-(m..iiiv bicaeia ueiure v p ai. i a. M.Ni4, a i J. I'U, LUNii, Agenc. LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. Gen. Grant. Still Swindling. Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, April 25, 1866. Until further uotleo tho malU, Witt arrive anil clous at IhU office-a fnlloirs ARRIVE. " - CLOSE. iiB.ir. ui 1 1 ' 1 A.H.IF. U Bili I"' Me KnirlnhH WatmT ' SAM. ' VhllaiU'lnhlfi inim.irlvai,lii l:0O. 10:151 6:301 i Ml I II t i . 1 .1 ,u i B v 1 1 1 e K'sMlivilte 10W 1 1 6k S:4S 6 45 iu:u iiainllton. 1:. 11. ft 11. Wnv.. 4:00,Wlliielinir. Itnlliinnre.Wii-Ui'tt! 10 (II ivmi n :u, 1 iiieuo nun ieiniic 9Y 1:00 110 :0U, ' 11 MV lfB.ii.n....uii. r.ii...M 7:0W ' -10 Oil, 4:46 8301 B-.IdCii umlin. Ohio.. .. . : ' 11 :30 Itl. hni. .11,1 ft Iml.C'entralWay 'I :w 10:011 Ma Si40i:hl,Ai. llllnola, t :S0i T;00 S:00lAtlnnlie ft Ureal Woat'nWaf! 8:90 11:90 11:00; ,! 10 :00! 1:00: -( inayuinft t-itcrn v, ay . S:0 UavtHi Mtnhlnn'W Sr. 8:.Klaniluky Wv.. u 1 -S:40,l)nvti,ii l iUoa War.,' 10:110' 11 on ,j'iiai:iin. thio IS a iJohiilr. a W Alex., tri weekly illl M t ai.naiiu.i namii'ir. l'uen.,Kat.lls 11 Uuivn.Littlo York, tri-wecklyjlS a Olli-e tntnra Oimi str A'.'ar.; rloio at 1 r Siiiulay (ipon Irom U a. u to 10 a . WM.V.CUMLY, 1 .... ' RHINE .WINE ... -v.- i ;- 4'ho flnest . ji 1 1 SUEBUY f Topaa, very tln.,ll itt ABElBAyjaaouiaaaoVioaags of ISM. BORDEAUX, Ht. Loubee. j rATAWIU. V .-.Viv " "'as SUu god Sparkling .t.i it l-i-nt" i-.tiST I'V!' -'' IIIAMPAJGXK, p.r,,.ld,i., BLACKBERRY, Fine and old. COGSAC BRAHUT, C rZ . '.n.. , .. .i i.i- -.u.1,-1 -t i i ;!, , ej i-,.i: :i , '!''' rORTEBs, AVitHOWIS BTOUT. .f'VTM, A sparkling sag mjn.' The alaive Winn and Liquors are warranted ' The Best in tho' Market. i . I T I i ;l i t: i h i.i i And reroninicndiul for medical and family. . vor sale wholesale aud retail by f,..i ,:".f !' j. v. nAuerti & son-, mttdaia u . . tot Mstlai etreet.' JACKSON LA.NUUO. ' JOAKl'H LANflDOX. FEEMIiai UlEIiGE MAS UFAETQRY) . I 1 Mi sis LANCDON' A BR0.J riNli'CABBUGKS, UOCKAWAVs. i. ' i - i t , -uuwjiri, i-n.T.iunin' HPKIVG WAGONS, ' ' . - - VllltK H'iCIIVU Ill 'it,; I LM .,1, ...... . V, . . it iraLEinnaioW' .w. "i .4 aIfnijn(AffrtlTWCUM$HiP MTV.FfcilJSI'ol.Wtsnt Ho fW 111 E Sth'-St. . .WAIi'f AAi Ulllu, JUtpxiLriuj lion VrowiMyit Nrltlii y"rA3;jpjJitJdiiiiiAd.vAUK, - . ....... .,,.r,t .Biiu,aMm ,w.r 1 1,' soy VuitrUrrmofAaJas.auiW scbesiley'i keTrigentort , ... (umasjerAluerloolet-a. , c. L.1 vallAndicha Co iin se 1 1 b j' ft t) 1 :--.t h. .. UAYTOM," OHIO, H7TT f PH a nrrcv lr PTVfl1 ivni a IT -. state and federal courts. Oflee.VTeniaayA.Mxe aeildratv oapaalts, pt ipTtf I 1 a H n tti M J.k i tfit H LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. Gen. Grant. Still Swindling. Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, April 25, 1866. BY TELEGRAPH. Matters at Washington. WASHINGTON, May 29. The rreslijent Ima npprovrd the bill su flinrlzlijff tht s'fiarv tf the Treasurv to tnnke rt'trlrlnthnik agniftst the llitrixluetloa of choVurai - - -.Tlie trentlos with the Inillnns at (V)tinell UttunHl.'t. on thc'.VrkanAa River, lust pro claimed, contain pledges from raeli trll k) iiiniiiuiiii jM'aeo. - All 0lnpiit"i aro lo do set tled v arliiliiMon, Kwrvntlons lire set spsrt fiin cthei ruidlMturbrd use of ' tltrlr CINCINNATI APPOINTMENTS. None of the t'lnilnnnll nppolntnie.nts wore tent lo tlurieiifte IsirUAy fur ciniMnim tlon'.1 'The President has received an In Ktailmeiit of eoniiniinlentlons in favor of Mr.. Hiaioner. tof the I'lint. DIstrlcL nriflmr that he Is equally aseanieat, a supporter of me i 1-eioiieni. n pouey as tniiinei l A. uar- tls; , '- " Mr.'.tohiison Intends to cIV tlieno suit- geatiniis mMetnil alteiitlon, and, besides, tne iiommnnrm or an Assrasor for the Hoc. oml District to not yet determined, The 1'i-ealilent nrotMisea to send all tho Clneln- imtl npollitineiits to the Senate together If pineiiriinie. , , CONFIRMATIONS. The. benate. In executive aession. to-dnnr eontli niei) a nuniter of Interna) revenue ofii- rers for the Hontlierri Mutes, and Benjamin Harris for tin Seeond Dlstriet of Masaehu ettH:.A. Fnlrehlld, Marahnl for the Distriet or vt iw-onsiii-j jolm (Junimliis,of Idaho. A aoelnle .lust lee of the Sunreme Court of that Territory. Also, the follnwingCotiKUlai 11. T. r'nrrelLat t'udi. : V, V. Morgan, ofNorth C'aronna, at WainiHkU .1. H. Smith, of IOiiislnno. at Athens, and Nteholns Pike. of yew nt I'ort RECONSTRUCTION. i'Tlie aiiiotidvdreuoitsttuetlon proposition. ua 8uuuiiLieAi in me wuare to-iiuy alter- tue deliherntroiis el' tlie Hepublicnii eaiieus, arc generally rugArth-d by the conaervstives as a great, improvement mioii tlie resolutions as it passed ihf Jlou. The strlkinzoutof the third section waa unanimous. It Is un derstood thnt tlie proposition as submitted will readily, puss by themiulsllotwo-thirds vote. JLIs also Shited tills evening, that a com nillttMjof Henetors hits boon apHlnted to lay the -imposition liefore the President, mid ascertain his views in reganl thereto. There Is (lrolld talk on the jajrt of many members, of -tun nvensstty of coneillntion, mid tlie' present nttltudo'ol tho Senate on the reconstruction business is pointed to as an Indication, on its part, of a willingness to come ti terras, u ' The Democratic Congressnuui held a oau eus this I'lvnlngfcirthc ptirposeof consid ering n plan of prXM-edtrc the matter of supiMirting the President, and for tho pur pose of dcuirming a ooitrso ns to the reoon striietion question. Ho fur, I have not learn ed thut dellnlto NOMINATIONS. To-dny' the name of General Win. V. TUehurdaou wus sent to the Senate as Col lector of Internal Revenue for (lie Fifteenth (PI an fa's) District of Ohio; while Colonel Kufus Cheney and General George C. Glnty were respectively nominated as assessors for the First and Fifth Districts of Wiscon sin. ' -' ' ' REJECTIONS. The Setiato to-day rejected the nomina tion of Wade Hampton as Postmaster of Pittshurg; also, the Postmaster at Lafsy ette, Ind. . lilonel W hltc an net! vo member of Mose- ny's guerrilla hand. Is in Washington seek ing inirdon. with a poor nrosiieutof success. He bus heen chosen Shcrin of Louden County, Virginia. , '.,' An enterprise is being Inaugurated to settlu a colony of whites and blacks at Brevnrd, Florida. A large number are now awaiting tiuisportallon , ,, A GENERAL SHOT. A disimtoh from Fond dti Lac ( Wisconsin) says: Major General C. H. Hamilton was shot last nlglit by M. A. Baker, Cashier of the r aruicrs' and Jleehanlcs'itunk, In a per sonal altercation. ' The Uencntl has two wounds, neither of which It is thought will prove fatal: He fell at the first fire. He wus shot nt thesecond time w hile down, the hall grii.lng, but not entering the skull. Baker is under arrest, , ,i, GEN. SHERMAN IN ST. PAUL. A dispatch from St Paul, Minnesota, says innovation to i rfjiioriu enernmn last even lug wus a splendid ail'uir. About three hun dred invited guests were In attendance, in eliuliiii! tiuiuv (HstlliLruislied nersonuirea lieneriil bherman responded to a toast at tne uanquet last nlglit, and took occasion to aereuu His exDt-Uition to the Hotithern coast. He said Port Koyal had been deuounced as a failure, bub, if it were the last w ord, lie expected to utter, he wonld sav It was not a failure, No expedition, with the same resources, in tho lute war. tiroduced one- half the results. 1 Death of General Scott—Order of the President. WEST POINT, May 29. Gcucrid Soott illeil at live minutes riat eleven tills morning. He was out on Sat urday uilcruoon. and tlicn showed no siifus of his early demise. Ou Sunday ho bcuan failing quite fust, though none of his plivsi ciitns expected ho would expire at such' an early day. Ho waa perfectly conscious up w tnr moment 01 tits aeatu, uiniign ne Had lost his voice some two hours previously. He recognized tile Cliapiuln of tlie Dost u!n niinutet before )if dlttl, ami elosped his nanus in siieucu, EXECUTIVE MANSION, May 29, 1866. President, w ith profound sorrow, announces to tho people of the Cnltet States the denfli of Wl Hold Scott, the late l.ietiieiianr uenrral of the armv. On the day which mnv be appointed for his funeral, tiiu several Executive Depart- ineoui oi me tjovcrumcni w m oe closed. Tbehecri tarleaof thcAVar and Navv n- partments WiU nsH!ctlvcly give orders for me payment or appropriate honors to the memory of the deceased, ANDREW JOHNSON. The Churches. ST. LOUIS, May 29. lu the Old School Assembly the snneul of 1C J. UrecklnriUgt) was laid aaids, and tnc repiri ou tlie lxulKVille 1'resbvtcry was taken np and debated by Doctor W. 1). Breckinridire and Doutor Iluniuiircv In oppusUion, anil Hon. 11. K. Clarke in favor. But no action waa reached. It Is stab-d to day that K. J. Itreckinri.k'O w ill Airge his apjieal. It is of no further roiiacquc uoc. tlie uasemuiy navlug ilechled the Synod of jvunuiiiAy tueouiy reeponunnutncreto.tnus prrveutinghiui fi-oinlurl lining punishments upon insiovai inxu. Tl.- I'M U..I.....I Aa....l.l ..It .1 i - i - - - . . , , , u , j aaijuuriicu ine air last uiiriii.. Destructive Fires. At Marshall. Af I.-ll UI, till, llll,n!n r.t tne y.nu. goou portion or a business block j losa, e.ai.oisi. , nAKAlfHIA. A. - Hair . UU..A rlrA n discovered In the uoith a lug of Conifreas nans, I'liruumsilllii llSUrillll. Hllll DOW tlie w hole building la in ruins, . The lpsa la ,ifV, , ; I l: ; . iSl.jv. Much of the fiiruituie la suved. Messrs. Hathorn & CVi. Intended opt-tilug the hotel on Wednesday. ' No other hulttl waa In. lured. Congress liall w as insured on the hoitNe, HOO.Ooa and on the furniture 17,. uiw, -a u nniiiuioii jMun-noute was also burned. v From Indianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS, May 29. iSSSit'ir li"-bw I-arnrtlri Prrtnigan voluntarily apiieaml InSiieDiillewrHatasjt'Ourttoay, and de nishifed trial ou Ui liuliutUMia tieiidln. dlPutitsfr aV I . (T,nu...a1u. . s UliralueC kins furmnatSraee - juuifmenl was rendersxi airaliiax V, Bro., U. I. i.. V. .. . . w vv, iu i ue i. isi leu ute i j. Court, wtrta.WWi'thf'negTcT'tlng to make correct returns of animals slaughtered. Judge Gooding, Marshal of tlie District of Columbia, In a speech to-night, allowed conclusively that the restoration policy of Mr. Johnson Wax Identical with that of Mr. Lincoln's... ' . Fenians Going North. MEMPHIS, TENN., May 29. About two hundred Fenians have left the elty goltiK North. Others from the South are passing through Main street this afternoon, CLEVELAND, May 29. ' Three or four hundred Fenians, psrtlally armed, and with colors, officered by men with side-arms, passed here Inst night and to-day, going East. They were orderly and quiet, anil claimed that'they were going to California to work on tlio railroad. Europe—The Situation—The Panic. NEW YORK, May 29. The steninship Persia, from Liverpool on the inth, and Qiieeustown on the aith. ar rived here at half-post seven this evening. The situation In continental affairs Is un changed. War looks Imminent as ever. Marshal llenedek Issued the first order of the day to tho Austrian army, expressive of Hrin conlldeiice In the army and the justice of the Austrian cause. . Military preparations are reported from various quarters, and from. Italy particu larly, the news Is exceedingly warlike. France. Kugland antl ltusala are concert ing measures for a Kuropean Congress, but there la little hope for a pacific result. A Florence correspondent of the Daily S'rwt says: Before Juno the Italians will have 400.000 men under anna, of whom 300.- 000 will be on the northern frontier. War, it Is said, will be commenced bv the eruption of Garibaldisns into Venetla. It was rumored that asnneulnnrv conflict hud taken place between the Turkish anil .Moldavian troops. LATEST. V affile rumors from Paris state that hos tilities had almost commenced. l.osiioN Monky Mamkbts. The weekly return of the Bank of Kntrlatid was tlie most extraordinary ever published. Although the bank hud not uS-ailed itself of the privi lege irranted bv the siisncnslnn ol tlin Itank Charter Act, tlie figures lu the stutemeut exhibit unprecedented! v violent changes. The decrease lu tlie bullion was K)2.3.'l.r, and In tho notes unemployed, X4.21H.1II5. ino iniq jytmt, lu lis city article, says: An. analysis of tlie bank returns shows an increase, in one week, of 10.000.01 m In tlm advances on private securities. This unprecedented amount nmves hoiv enormous has been the pressure lor accom modation on the Dart Of tho nsnlo-sti-leken community. , Honre additional suspensions are reported, Including the Oriental Commercial Bank, the New Zealand Banking . Association, Messrs. Frozier & Co- Indian cotton mcr- clianta, esc. On the IMtll the tone of nfl'alra In the Lon don market was favorable. The Cholera. NEW YORK, May 29. There is an unofficial rumor that, the stea mer Union, from Liverpool sixteen days, has arrived at quarantine with four hun dred and thirty-four passengers. There wero thirty-throe, drathsfrom chol era, on the passage, and fifteen cases still on board. Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, May 29. Flour Tho market was quiet, and the demand light. We quote superfine at $1) it, H76; family 11 7Dta;l2 25; extra 1U 2& 11 25; and fnncy l2 50lu. Wheat The demiind good for the lower grades. We quote extra spring at 2 15uJ2 20; No. 2 new red at 2 302 35;'o.'l do at '.' 45. 1,200 bushels No. 1 old red Bold at ti 67. Corn The market Is firm and prices un changed. We quote No. 1 mixed, in eleva tor, at 60c; in sacks at 7oc. Oats A firm market at 40(3;50e. for No. 1, and 43(o)4lc. for No. 2. Sales since our lust. 000 bushels nt UiK-r road at 4Hc. Ryb The market is firm nt Hf90c. Bahi.kt A good demand at $1 45(jl 60 for prime fltll and Cuuadiau. GancKKiKs The market rules steady with a fair demand St 2S(ii28c. for fair to choice KloCotlec; 12fSI6c. for raw Sugar; l'v17c. lor hard refined, and U0oi95o. for Molasses. Whisky A firm market for bonded, at 24c. Duty paid is quiet at 92 22. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, May 29. ' Tho Money market is easy at 8(sJ7 per cent. . Sterling Is quiet at 109,W(il09. Gold Is without decided change opening at 1:17,'. advancing to 138', and closing at 1117. Government Stocks more active, and K better. . LEGAL, NOTICE. IX pursuance of an onler of the Proliato fourt of MoiitKunicry County, Ohio, 1 will oner for sale at public auction, ou Saturday, June 311, lKfifi, llvtwecn Uie hours of two and lour o'clock p ni upon the premi4ie. six miles wesl of titi-wantou u' ou Uiu county llnu roail. the f.ilkialur described real usuio. situate in said county of Monta cry Ui.wit: llealiiniua eleven jsiles and three links from the section liueeastnf the southwest corner of the southwest quarter of section No. six town ship three, aud ol ranae four, east: lhnce north IWe dejirece, twenty .les, to a comer; thence north ciK-hty-nvedearoes, east sixteen poles U, a corner; thence south Nto deicrees. east twenty Soles to comer: aud thence south eixhtv-Bye nareus, wcl sixteen poles to the place of la-aiii-niMit. containliiit two acres ol land There i liien the premises a ffiiod ilwclllns-. house, stable and oilier oul-buildiuKs, aud a aouo ral vartely of la-arinir iruit trees, etc. The premises haveheen appraised at four hun dred tollara. and rauuot sell lor less than to tliinls ui' that aiuouul. Terms of sale Clue-third cashs one-third in one year, and one-third in two years from d.iy of sale, with Interest, to be secured by niortjraire uiion the premise.. Junkfll vfillsilN, .liinlulltralor of llenrv Vt liters, deceased , asoaus w . Muvaa, Attorney. miaVlswK BEST ft STEPHENS, HAVIXfJ opened the shops In Frenchuiwn. known as the C. liairau Mioiis, they are pre pased to do alt kiuds of " Blackflmithing & Wagon-work. Particular attention paid to BlILIiIKU ARB BaPiiBIMJ PLOWS. Horso-slioeliin;, And all klndsof work In irenerat of tlstt kind whiofa will be dune in the best niaaaer-iulertoi-to none, and s,ual to any weik ol Uial kiud done la the Stats), or AO CHARGE WILL REMADE. fears- saoderate. . airtdlm BK8T 8TKPIIKNS H0TICB TO SOLDIERS AJTD SAILOES . 1. All offlcers. in the Navy, who lost elothlua by reason l Hm ileslnirtloa uf veasels. S. All who claim retained Irtiveninif ut or I .oral liownty (both Army and Navvl. j. and lllary e'eaineti, who enlisted In the llnltcl l.su-s kavy. WMeeuUieMuVol t ab. ruAi y Auil the lt ui Jul) , jau. 4 All oiSms.i the aiwiv who recruited oa conditional t ouimissiuns aud. ' VeU raiu a ho have recuiveil no Loeul Ilounty will and It to their InU-resl toaildress, "Matthews Hruuauirh," no) t;. iv.n slreit, Cincinnati Ohio, who promise tiealy and prompt ellleuieul' ss the alae claims. ' ' AI ATTHKWS BKrNACCH. ail-da , lot Ksst Head street, Clucluuasl, O. For Making Sugar. ItOX ITKN'AC KSAT VTBV I iiw S i. ' ""''wiitkl l'la.tJs)AS's, SIS Ttilnl streel. They win t,laH, Ulmt ,Bj woial in boil In r tlrup and cooking loud loe fana ska k. I hey are 11 1,1 aud tunable. ."' J sreat nuiurx-rof aus lor bolliaa aus-ar-water. Call aud see for yourselves. iJlsU T if lii Mr i re FlCal, Me l STKAM JOB PRl'TIin Of 10 Matiai atreo. . , VAI IVS, VNIO.