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THU MUX EMPIRE.
- Tiik Kaim. The Kulr atClegg's Hull Kiiiu well iitti'iiitcil l.i-t night. Mini every thing iatt-il 'T pbMntiltly, mil agficaMf to all concerned, 'j'n-lliulit the lillliicroin articles remaining 014 hand w IU beJIaiiised of at unction. There is a grcut variety ef ' very nliae and line fill ankles, aud tiny will be sold without reserve. 1 A Ihey will doubtless be) iIIhwiI of at fha'Ap rates, II w ill be to the advantage of all who want to get good burfrninn to he on hand hi time. Remember tlio Kale to-night, and aty who atti'iiil will bay sum to (rot their money's worth. ' '. J -. I). A M. R. It. Ki.kctio. Last wceit, at the annual meeting of the stockholder! of the Dayton 1L Michigan Rallaoad Company, In Toledo, the following Board of Directors wan elected fbr the ensuing year: H. 8. L'ilommcdlcu. ohn W. Hartwell, John Young, II. 8. C'ouklln,' Preserved Hmith, Ooo. II. Hill. M. R. Walte, B. M. Shoemaker, and Daniel McLaren, x The Hoard li organized as fnllowi : Vc.Menf 8. ft, PWommodlcii. Viet J'reildmt John W. Hartwell. ', . Smntiut ' Treiumrer V. II. Hhort. General Wwp. Dimlcl MT,aTen. Assrst'anf &u. John II. Wellcr. The committee on consolidating the li. A M. with the C. II. 4 I). Itoml, reported In favor of the project; and It I the very general impression tlmt It will be accom plished. ' . .. . Question. Why Is It Sehwarz sells so iimny poods? Because he sells the nicest uiuilu up, keep always hand u large stuck of custom made Clothing, and more especially sells with a very small profit, and aoksuotwo price, at 118 Main street, sign of the Oolden K-a-g-l-e. Xiatnkhs. A literary gentleman was once Inquired of. "what It. the first attri bute of beauty He tersely replied, "Arc(ife;" and, sold lie.-"ft 1m the duty, made so by the natural law ol thu (ireat Supreme, that aU niuu,. and 'esjieehilly all women, should be neat and tidy. ' A wo man may he beautiful in faco and form, but If she." U not neat and tidy In her adorn ment, her natural beauty loses all IU graces and it charms." I pressed him further, with another question. "If ncatnett.yi you say, Is the. first attribute, how shall I be come so ? Ha quickly replied, with all the earnestness of ( $f . . practiced connoisseur, "Why, sir, go 'the 'Bugle- Ulothing Mure,' No. lift Main street, and ask Sehwur. lor one of his best aud neatest suit of clothe LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT—JUDGE HAYNES. , . . ... . . I I). 0. ftj'tiiHluy vs. tliomtu C. Mitchell.- An action brought upou an alleged ludg. inent clahned to have been obtained by Meckel and Slilnnlng against defvnduiit at the 11 arch -Term, of the Common I'leas 'uirt, of MoiitJfomery'Countv, In the year ""wi hu tfu.ipiiM-u w fJiaiiLiu oy ni'cuei u which he Ims suic the sole owner ;of Hie n( leged juilkriaeiit. -An order or attachment was made to accompany the summons upon the grounds that the defendant had proper- i.v.eu -..wniro ne iruiiuuieutiy ooncealeu and that he had illsiioned of. a part thereof to riuce it oeyonu (lie reach ol His creditors lefundant denied the existence Of RUT HIU'I judgment averring, that at the terai of said .court 01 common ren riirerred to In tin petition, a suit for the foreclosure of mnrt gage was penning In which I'eter Odli was plauttll luul T. C Mitchell and said Keckl and Spinning were eo-detendauts, inn inner iioiuing a mechanics, lien upon the peamixe .described in the inongage anil owned by ebe defemhint li this cuse. That, said co-det'iuluiiU IWL and Hplnulng tiled un answer to the netitlon of said CMII11 setting out the tacts that said T. C. Milcliell was Indebted to them to the amount of 941 6t. and that said claim w as . a lieu on me premises described in saidOd lin's petition, but that said Meckel ami Solo ') nlng did not demand any gale of said lands, nor oiu iney asa or ueniaiia any jiiilginen vngalnst said Mitcholl, norilld their said an. swer contain any prayerof any kind what ever, neither did they eauso any notice to be issneu 10 tneir cn-Ueteiidunt in said ac tlon, by wmcn ttie demands of said Odll were sufl'ered to be' taken bv det'auli: uh I no order waa made bv.uM Court that lil MiU'hell should bit required to answer or reply to s.'ia answer ol Meckel and Spin mug iu uiuiu s H'uiiun aim mill no was not coercion; in deiault as to said answer. upon this state ol facts defendant alleget! that no uroeuedinirs were had hv null! Meckol &, bplnnliiif which were siitllclciil. to authorise said Court of Common PIham to render anV judgineiit whatever In favor of sam uccKei & hpinulng against him, and umi. muuiever jinigmeui may nave Decn riiiicrvu wn nun anu voiu lor want or no. m-e. jo nils, the plaintiff demurred gen enilly. . The Court held that the defendant was entitled to notice from bis co-dcfnilniit in the proceedings referred to In the plead ings, and that the judgment mentioned In the petition was void for the reason tlmt no such proceeding were had as to authorial said Court to reuder the mute. JCxccpl.liis to this ruliug was taken by IhoooiinBcl for putiiitin. Howard A Son for plaintiff; Melville & luuiupaon lor iieienuaut. a COMMON PLEAS COURT—JUDGE WINANS. '' The Grand Jury reiairted the following uiiia ui uiuicLiiieiit ; James Hums Murglary. James Toner Hurirlur'v. Columbus Cathcart Assault and Mattery. Columbus Catheartr-AKsault and Itatlciy. joun i oinaucr Assault aud Mattery. John K. l'aullus Assault and Mattery, tieorge Herbig Assault and Hatter. C. Cathcart aud John Cathcart Assault anu Buttery. Frank I'euland Horse Hteiiliug. Jacob F4elds Horse (Stealing. Charles Hchooley and John rlwaynli Assault and Mattery. Hiram Allen Miirirlarv. The C rand Jurv hImi reoort their vlalt tj the jail, and from their examlnalioii, find that all the prison rules have been as faith fully kept as all the circumstance of the case win permit, by our present Worthy ' They 'also call the attention of the Com nihwioiiers to the provisions of the statute authoriJug their providing frames for beds prlsouers. also the rule of the jail lor l.l I .... a llll.l. l . .. - . . , , . ,,,,... ....mn ,ur tai-n rtuoi me and would further recommend the propri ety of furnishing a uopy of each of the weekly papers of the county to the prlsou- wbii,:, mi.,, inn uuiiuing 01 a new lull. In the iilace of the one uikw lit iiu which they regard asa disgrace, Instead of being a creuii to toe county. Alary -Maimer vs. Jam. Momutr, ac tlon for Divorce cause willful absence for. over I lire years, iwcree grained. James 11. Baggott, Attorney.' 1 ttileruka 1. V. Kyry vs. WIIHum fury. acnoii lor uivuire-teause extreuio crueVy. Conovef & Cnilghead, Attorneys tor l'lautltr. 1 ' . . r of uie of Til-it.,,.,,. Ldncii. There will be a big Lunch Turtle Houp aud all the other extras at the Opera House Haloon, to-morrow morn ing, at half-past nine o'clock. It will be a nice thing. this (iO AMI) 'HrrtTarria.iTI. T, Kmrlck, No Inl Mill ti street, has una of tli largest and laer snka ftf Jlodts iiiij Hhocs lu. the city Ai41A. aVsWIlug tlMMd at pi-least that cannot full M please everybody. jHi assortinetit ooniprlses every variety, aud quality. JIls dock of Ladies' and Chlldrens' Whocs, (Jailers, &i l very ' coinWte amf of the I11tr.1t and liiost fashionable styles. All wli want good work at very . clioap rates should give him call, ' h I,iii'ii. Turtle Soup at the Colonade Restaurant,' No. 2fW Bncond street, to-mor row, at ten o'clock, A. M. i Hlmksieare I.lnen Collars, at the Eagle Clothing Store, reeelved this week. K11.TKHH. As the hot season U uimii ma It Is all-lmportnnt that drluktng water, In order to be healthy, should be well fllteml. To this end, we advise all who. would quench tklrt .with pure- Water, to call at Langiluii & Jrx.V Wiilu street, xirntob liuger's, Jefferwn street, and procuro oite of Best fc HngUud's tiniivalnd '.Kilters. Tliey are just the tiling needed. - JnlMHswtf , , 1 ' t?TBoys, dont'lie coaxed tot buy until you see Nchwars' splendid summer sty tctof custom nisilo clothing.. . Remember the sign of the Q-o-l-d-orii K-a-g-J-v- li . ' i 1 a . m. 1 ! W ifittiTfii rriiujR .Trimmer mid Jtody itakers, at liangdoti't" Carriage shoi. on fourth streeti . .v. ' lwj - - ,, .,'1 Rkhovai.. j, (i. Sclppol & Co. have moved to No. (in Jeficcson stteet, tinder Huston Building.' TUeold frleads of chew ing and smoking, who remember thu old store, will not hesitate to give us a call at our new one. " " ,,. ',,,,', 1 , ,., 2t tWThe newest thing out In the way of la-rny a, at the Jtagle Clothing Htore. The Menter Murder Case—Motion for a New Trial Overruled—Watson to be August. 'On Saturday last at Newport. Kenturky, shortly after the Circuit Court opened, J. K. llullain, Ksq.. one of Watson's counsel, made a motion fbr a new ' trial of the case, iikiii tho following grounds: ' - 1. Theturterreil In pertnlt.tlng Illegal and Incomoetent eviileacc to irn lu,i.,. u.n jury on behalf of the Commonwealth. z. inetuirierreil In retiming to exclude, such Illegal aud Incompetent evidence when moved thereto by defendant. 1 ,.. , 3. The Court uilslnstnicted the jury lu matters of law.. 1 . i. The verdict Is against' tlio law of the case. , .1, i . . 6. The verdla la against the evidence. J lie Court overruled the motion tor a new trial, and then requesting the prisoner to stand up, addressed him as folbrws : "Mr. Wataou. you have been Indicted by a tirand Jury of your country men, of the orlineof mitrder, c.omniittod in Ihiseitvnn the night of the 8th of June. You hail no money to employ counsel, and the Court assigned you three attorneys., That titer have conducted your case ably, none'will deny. ..You have hn tried by a jurv of your own selection. - nod found guilty. Have you any thing to say miv legal rea son to offer why the sentence of the Court should not be passed upon you f" Watson said. fUlteringly 1 . , 'I don't know that f havo milch to say. I cannot look upon invself as a murderer. I did not go to that honsa to kill Mr. Men tor, nnd did not shoot until I had been beaten aud was, down an the floor, where might have been allied myself. I am truly sm-ry for the ocrnrrence, hut have nnhodr to hluine but myself. . 3'ImI witniwses H swore ute triitti, and tny lawyers did all mi-j iHjioii ior me. 1 WISH to stute one thing. I did not break into that house, the door was not fastened. and I opened It mm wiuneii in. 1 nope mat AlrMcuter family will have iiothlmr agaluat ,me. never urew liuniuu blood . before, except In battle. 1 hope that my case will serve as a wiai fillip W Ullll'l n, HereUic ur 1 Honor Was SO overrating : rllt. emotion that he could not nroeeer A A .1. .. I . - . . . . imr me utinc oi aoouttwoininutes, the i.riw.oer navingsigninetl tlut he had noth ing further to Say, the Court iiroeeeded to Ikihs senu-iiea Uhi lit in. as follows : "Mr. WatHon. nothlitir nnw ruiula r... tne i.oiirt to no but to purl'orm the painful duty of passing sentence npoit you. which la llai., a..... 1... ...I l . T. in .ii. un uiKno nclICO w (.lie COUIIly .fail, and their conti ued until il, ni-t ,i,.i of August next, when vou will be taken to iiitj uniuB prepareu ny tne rthcrli, and iiunytsu vy in ntci; until you arts ileuti, , lHHktiii& may t!od have uierey ( upou your ThoCourt, and mattvof the 1'awversaud sH tators were deeply flcote4l. The pris oner sat with his head burled lu his hands. soiiiuiig. until ne was ordered U bo taken oacK to jail. 1 . . i i. j' August. NEWS BREVITIES. i ne lnsurreci on at lloniluriis Is ossiim nir formidable shaNn ien. Alvorczceoleails tne tlisuruents. and Oen. 'Colionlrer tlm iiovrrnniotu troops, . In a recent action, iiiKvuiK iweiiiy-iour Hours, tne tlovern nicnt trooiat were defeated, anil thntv I..Q.I. er captured. ' , ... i,..'. Ir. Newland, who killed I'l-oA-snor Evans, his daughter's seducer, liaa retnrncd tn his home, lu licdford, Inil. since his acuulUal. where he received the conirriituULl.u,. ,r tuc citizens. Un ttie day of his return his uiiiorauiai aaugnier Deeame a mother. Ktforts are bcimr inaila tn hivs R.i V. I.llinsden, the Catlioile iniest antnnHl with the Keniaiis near Fort Krie, released; oitb i.iie uiiMfiiruics are incxornltte. coiitnil inn niiii. nrong evidence exists showing that lie uideil aiul aUiUod lite invaders. -c A destructive 1irpbeeurred at fwiwi-nt. uuuumri: tiiiiiiiy, .ew I ol'K, oil lie 1 lit li Inst, destnivlnir Die nrliicloHlbnaliinsaiv,!-. tlon of t lie tow n. The loss is eitlaiuti.d t llltl.lKJO. The first comptroller of theTreasurv Te- partiuent has dcciihxl that wheu i United State bonds are lost or stolen new oiiea can not ue issueii lu their stead. ' ' The New York 11'orWj alexhukii m. poiidenee says; The tlrst movement of the reni n tnniM will take nluco tn ttie uuu.il, Nnvemlier next, w lieu about 0,Uio will oesiiipisKi. . uoordlug to the Iostal I .aw lust an- iroved by the Tresldent nronald asid free etters are to be forwarded at ttie reoiipt tt party auureetei) Irom one olUc to aiiotliet without atlditioiial postage clmrgn and return dead letter to the writers frit postage. ' .,,.,.... TheKourth Ward (Indlananollsi. on Kat- niay. elected a Democratic candidate lor ouiicll. hv one hundred anJ lift v-n.nr ma. Jorlty. A decided change since the list . i or R ?4 t .1 e-Alc. One hmulied miles of the Union ZWnV Railroad are completed, glvug three. Iiuii- ureu ami utituiv-inree uiiiuul Lraa'k.aa.a from St. Units. ' i ..v Itr. Dllas lluhhsrd: the' ''ftalli.d"! J. Treasurer of Wabash louuty, indUiiia, has been dlaoovered to be a defaultAtr. tu the amount of $32,000. It Is stabd as a notli .nlib,' ftL i' il.lr H. Vpartmnnt at Washiiiguiu has iasaetl more pas-porU to AmmHeaoa visiting Kuropc year thau lu anyv (so dlu( Oas. nortli Carolina iwiMtrii notice the nreva. uee ainouir cuttle ofa mulitrnaur niucb like the riudurpest. . W to - T' w . T ' Oporn-IIo vxo HAT STORE KVRRT HKSCRIPtION Or Gentlemen's Furnishing GOODS. T I II K UNDKKHIONKI) BE(J3 TO I UUM tha iiulillo Ih.t he hu IN" NOW orvEriv, Anil will keep coitsnt,ly on hsnil every thing NEW & DESIRABLE f I f f "irif ftwf h. ' Iidietf and Gents' Kid Gloves, A COMPLETE LINE. In Curt cory. thing kept In A FIR3T-CLA88 Hat, Cup, ami Furnishing Eatab- IIHIHIIlll. . ,0u jPrioespefy Cpmpeytjoa. Xew Uoodn ICercived livnry Week. K. A. IIKltRMAN. N.S4 Main it, Uiura-Hou I kirniir. , aoi'tillv Dnylnn.lllliii. A French Preparation for the Hair. Ae s lrotnff for the llnlr ft hiM nn unital R. Mom vruy liuir tn tin imtiiral color, ntnl keupn Die imlp rlisn Hn.l hrultliV. Kvury ttotllu warrNiiteil. rurnMiony iitiybin lirtiKfrlNts. mlfctxni WholeBala and -Retail Bakery! a Third street. Ins IKesrs f mntaiiiry lieu. D.NIOKUM &HON, UiM',,,0!'?,,,"'ro,, 'prlitRAC(Ktt idllnua, vi ..... ' 1 HliT-l Kll CKACKKItS, SODA CKACKKIIM, IH1H ION t'llAl KKHS, TKA t'HAC'KKKS, I'll) NIC CKAOKKKS, SIIUAM t'KACKKllH, . , CHArkONVlfl AND r.KMON BladltlT. fc-Lllierat niduntlon Iw jvlmli'iutlii iHirrbnii-rs. A mil insiilv if Vrein lir i i:l, ..,.. Ktiintlv uu littiiil. ...... . Wmiiliirnil other parties rtifiilsheit with orita-mi.uU-il 1-iiken, tu orilur . ( 4 , , !um .1i. CHEISTOPHEa, & SFIELMAJf'8 AUCTION BAZAAR, Til IK It STllKKT, DA1TUI, O., HA VK on hHnil a (tihmI HHnorttntit of llry Uomlii Of lilt klllilH; I'i-iiiIj.m Inw tA . ...... tin Hi 10 rent: I'niltllloOlllllNKll IVm Xr.,:ntm Iho, hhiMis at 7S inln to .t ; rarpi'U K low sa Slit! The uIku kii'p tin ISiiiil Klirnitimi, Uutfnware Tinwiiri!. Hl Maltruxiti'ii an. I I'lllown. drain Ami. lug. tiorsrnment Nhovultt, I'li kn and Npailtia. fl you want anvtllinir. uall ftir it uml ulll t lire Ui Ki t it at mlttwtr ( llltlSWIMIKIt A HI'IKI. MAN'S t- r-t-f i r-, 4 ' To the i Itlzens of Duyton and Yicuiuy. pHK ClK.lcra. that ctrfiul Alnlir. n(!iirc, but K n rPKi hod our Nht.n'M, uml tho Hrst iitM- ; """ nnfiiir oritm, wun in (tut pet-won In: Wnutttlmll weiloU vt-rt tho attm-k f thi tctll r1(tf.ll'nvil7 Which im ILn rnrms.rvlt.il. Is.it ...i. ry uml tlt-Hth in H trail, ami ma.lt' uu iniinv tiro pilftt. Our lulvli'A in. Ut nli-tnrvM nl..naU.....u . at. tr.rtaltpntion to IHKT; lmiiih iiiiiivtHKHrv iVur. KauftnanB Celebrated Anti-Cholera Bitters! I'ronounwl by the hiuhett authorities to lie a CERTAIN AND UNFAILINQ REMEDY IS Id th tiKwl flpvitru vaikh r Ularrhra, fsenterj(oUrT)loIu - g Intjljiiapt hCacoaor tV A, U i O la o 1 o x- , , An all uiinni lijriiiiiluilit. Kor lalo lv llruir UlMlhl Uttm.fu I I u M tJ A ' . . .. . BilZwSm Unrlunatl, o .Ih l'roirlvlor. Klieillfa ShIh of lUal Entuto. Ueorgo W. Htewart ami l.vtlia Stewart axaluit ' 1 Wuperlor Court. I mh No. 1 pnnniani'H ol sn orilor of alf IhhimvI fitim tha Huiwrior Donrt, within anil lor MontKoiutiry ootiittv. ami to mo ilirtM-U'tl. I will ..aw ul ....i.i. vu ...v ).vuii,u,, , tin, iiivnui rarmurkville, on.. 1 Saturday. June. 2.'t, lSlid. at timlvt o'clock M . .. ..... wt-itii: iii-ioi ntintnerea Ui rly-two (Hi) li, the vlluucvor t'ariutmvilla, Otiio. 'tlieiv. Is nnon tinid lot & imrk i.u.,... . v,JJi mno of water, trult-t rHa. H'tt:. - ' H The priMiilwa have lava apiiraltted at two linn tlivtl uml twenty -Dye itollan, i feei, anil luunotiuil .... .in,,, tno-tiiit-iiH oi ma, aiiioniil. ... H . UAVIIUM4.N, Sheriff. UKO. W . Mnvsa, AtUimtty. liri'viM NOTICK AM. persons are hcifl.y rnutloniMl not Ui reroiva a note tor omt liiimtriMl ai.,1 iiri.Mi. .i..n.. iluUst November II, 1SS4, alKnetl by John A liebbart ..... ,,t..( t,,M;i. anu tiueiM pavaniti u Kutilritn .. Ilriilwker. ni x nioiitha utter tliil, a tint aaine ..w. n....iw,jr y.:vlt I'ltllt Ulltlll OV IW).nnfPt1lfnt. in ' ! ' i i , i l JUHfl At UKItllAKr. - . - . Hi- Administrator's Notice. lUntKH is hurehy given that William Dikeler X lltll, IHItlO U, uia f.iuui.ii M-imatian lllbelt.r. luta of Moiilvoiti H 1 1,1.1 AM IIIKKI.KU. hiut iMiiin upiioioteil anil qualiHtd Kkeeuiorof elute of he , Italian DILeler. Int.. ..r Unni....... it ttiBiiiy, tillio. iieroiiNeil J 41" H.lHSO.Ji.lSvi;" FUE5ITUSE EEPAIHKD.' NEW ESTABLISHMENT. rnwinn utroo i T ' v T .BKspBCTiiirr.r.Y inform the clHaeha of ItayUtn anil vit liilly, that lie has opener! a hhop ou Thiiil MIiyioI, next tluor to Btm avt, Neff A t o'i. aiovemura, whom ho will repair FURNITURE OF ALL KISDS, Promptly and at short Notice. Old Furniture rloaitul ami Varui.htul, chain He- ..'.Aiurtl anu an hiiuin oi ueputrliiK tloiie. AU ur. lertf will ie rnret'iiliv ami promptly attended to AMI toe atlverliaer will f ull ami ilolhn work al rea- lileui'va wneruuleanlus; anil varumhlnv i netNletl. JanW dif JOiWAIOl fc fcKU t.'ViTt.J - ), ., . , . . , . The Family Grocery. JUST THE PLACE TO DEAL. . .lAMKS M'lNTIitK, HAS opened at tha new plare. No. I US Main at , lavutn. a lartro anil autHu.li.l ai.u.k ,.t' .t..ia au.ll'MHiy a no OTC Tl T E 9 Kiireliin aud llouimtir Krulta tanned rnill. W..i. etc. Al. Oueeiuware .lawar, Hlouaware. ooden and SUHwtiuii In tdiort, v arttrle liertaKids o iwniplrfai aiml; uroKery. I'sraona rriu iMtHiHatry arbinviUid to tall and ranmlue thu tUH'k,; lit. ... m tf a.WOQAMAM. A.a.BMIlH. M.WOOAMAN. WOCAMAN, SMITH It CO., AvholoN le Citrocers. Ho 28. Main Street, Opera Building Dayton, num. m v i f '!' J . Vt 0ONHTANTLT ON BAD A hiU and complete tta lt of Orocoriea, Nutt, Ki.h Tohactyi. aad every other artielea ealletl orln th ' wholesale uroeery trada. Ilavlnf recautv r moved oar new roonta, wa have greatly ju:nad our twk, and ai-e prepared to Slf all ordent urt.mptly Wa-apecirol)y call tha atlautlon oCclly aud sail tMiuuti y dealer lo our new KUM-k of rooerii .aiitlaa that wa ean give theiu a. (rood Itai train. aa KAKMKKH. TA K H NOTIOKII SICKUHE4T KKKII )'0K SALE. fit ututerHisntl have received ttf MIU'K W II K T r.1.1 i,.ull i f arvatitlautltv ! . iatoH klnnt.LL. hit'h lhay ordtara. " BpriU((lleld, Ohio, May It, laant-iuSMlwaaS August. NEWS BREVITIES. Business Notices. IOCTOR f DYSPEPSIA J .H'ritlrl.WD'B I tni tn I t"t-.. I Dr. STKirttiaaD's s ' Tonic is a sotinen- rated prepsmtloti of Hoots anil Herbs, wltli antiaclds and carminatives to strengthen me monism ami nervous system. It Is i certain remedy for lyscpsla or Indlges' tlon, Nervnusiicse. Lons of AoiHtttte. AiHcll. ty of tire Rwmsch, Huttiiency and Debility It la not alcoholic, therefore particularly suited fbr Weak. Nervous, and Dvancntic persons. Kor sale by all Druggists overy- n urc aii per Home, i T TTT CUUK . VOK PHI! H. Dr. Klrkklitiid'a PILE REMEDY ! Ifas ruri'd thousands of the worst cases of llllna and lllecillnir I'll,.,. It irlvns I in me rtlat relief, and ellects a perniiinant mire. Try it directly. H Is warranted to cure. For sale bv all Dmirirlsts at BO eta. tier UOlllf . COUOH lr. Htrioktantt'rt MKI.I.irHIOIIB ,MoltR- 7C0UGH BALSAM Is warranted to be the only nreparathm known to cur Coughs, Cold's, llimrseness. Asthma, Whoniiluir ('oiiirh. Chronic Couclie CoilKliliintion. jtrouchltls and Crottti. h- Ing tirepiired from Honey and Herbs, It Is Heating, sortcning. ami exMctorating, and iiiiriicuianv euitaiiie lorull atrectlons or the I'hroat and Luitics. Kor sale bv Drtitrirlsts evervwhersi' . (un3 August. NEWS BREVITIES. Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect June 5, 1866. CINCINNATI. HAMILTON AND DAYTON Leave. Arrive. I'lnrltinatl ai'eoinnioiliitlon ... . W U a nt 5 Msni Katrn Kxnnws tl iKlam 7:tMiam i;inulnnnti arc4ininodatloti.t . tV:H5ptu 8:fl0 p m ' Aerommoilatton 8:WI p in 4:10pm tKxprtma 1 a a In 6 00 p m tinelnnatl Mall ATLANTIC Altt ORr.AT WKSTHHK. li on p m Kiuturn Kspnaaj .. a Idllain fNlKht Kxpruaa DAYTON AND M1CU1QAN. IB '10 am (hiensn Mall v ;Uo p in Cltluatfo and Detroit Bxprutta . DAYTON, XKNIA AND COLUMBUS. S M ant Iinyton Aooommadatloa. IKn Sim a ni Knatern Kxpreat t in) a :W p m Mail ,., .... . I . . n ., . ,) v ie a u or. p m rttUhulft Kxprest a:llt p in I.VOIANA CKNT'I. AND DAYTON AND WKSTKKN 7:1(1 s m Xastsni Kvpvem...'. II X) a iu AwwmaiMlaMra. s. j.ju....4 4 :80 p iu Iay fcx press SiN DUSKY AND CINCINNATI. Id:) ant lavtt Cxnren . . . . .. V:Uepin Mxlit KxprtiH , DAYTON AND UNION. 10:15 sm Ai'.nonnnoilatlon l:ts)pm KxpreHH lAVOB everv morning eveni.t Knn.Uv. lKxireM stttpi ulMidtlTelown and llnmlilon only T'l'llOafl mtilltr kaXton Dim I tlltri.ln a,,... i.nvnHi S :4R am 4 00pm t 10 am 6 W. p in 8 SO p in B M p tn 1-Ufi a m SB p m A:15 p m v :vt a ni waeu uoiora p m. J. J. l(. l.DNlt, Agulit. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, April 25, 1866. II 0tf HI OH II H U"nt1l ritrtlier aatltw Oia malli will 'arrive and ototo at this ottlce a. follows : arrivi. ' vumm. T. at 6:15 S:W 10:111 10:16 10:001 ii m 8:90 lliDOl 11:0 11:40 S:4U , . iitw i wraviiy ..i-it. . J ( New Kniflitnd Mtatnt..- , v. . ' ' I'hilatlefohla. I'eni,.vlnia -W'iiiHi.'U.l,c,ulsvillufcn-hvUlol ilriinlll.,u,l,. a I). H av... 4 :0OWheellnir, Haltitrron3,Wu.h'n n:.o itiieiioami itt'trult B:) I'ltuiiurir anil Xeula , . ... .1. :.' Indinltllltollrt. Indiana. tl:lMColllltllilM, Ohio Itiohlnonil A Ilitl.UeutralWav 6 in'Uev. laud, Ohio .. fl KLhl, air,., llllool.. 4.0UAtlnltlic A I, real WaWt'nWsr Mflu.luu, n mw . llaytou A Wnatiirn Way. DavUin A Michitraa Wav. Hantluak v Way iruyutn a ctnon Way iwltation. Ohio , 'tuiinnv. A n .Ail. tr .w.at il- I Vsiolalla. Cham li'n Tim., Hat 1 uoiou.i,inie i ork. trl-woeklv iiMtw hour. Opea att A. N.j close at 7 r. m. .Hunday Uuea from a a to 111 a. a. , WM. '.C(atLy,I'. I It. 4 1:00 . lUIINE WINE. I nfiVrlclVKR Vintas-Bof 1S68. Thsttneit ........ m.m i. a. ... (rOWD IIUCS IS11. I , SIllsKKY, Topax, vnry line. tn i UDin A illVBlHA Old South Mills VliiUtra of ' iku BORDEAUX. DRY PORT, oid. . t GATA Will, Htlll and Sparkling. CHAMPAIGNS, piper Hckl.lrk BLACKBERRY, K,..do,d COGilACBRA!DY,txtr.r... BOURBOVHISILYfv.r,o.d i ' ' OX DOI PORTER," 4 bbown stout. SCOTCH ALE, SuarkUuf audatlll. Tha abov Wlaet sad LIBara are warraute.1 ' The Bst in the Market, Ami rcoininpnilml for HKMih ul nrt fainll um. srws WHVIaVSMIV SMHJ IDMII BJ J. V, NAUERTH 6c SON, " as to the its die m.l.'im 1 03 Mala treat. JACKSON lanodon. josara lanodinv 1ii . Mimuun HflO,, " kiaiturat-ttvrvrs of . . - i' INK CABRIAUVX HIK KAWAYS, SPRING WAOONS, . YOttK WAOONS, -, SLEIOHH, 4C, atC, r UTffT STYLE AriMEIT WORKMANSHIP . W. Pklllipa' old itaad Hoi tt 1 I tt t 4th St. KepaiHug I tone fromfkly of Neatly ALSO, DKALEM3 IN HARDvYARK, ttd aauata for tluall. ft a fSi. an. urglai fraotsart-t, aud , hoolay JMriiwaalttn lata. J ' de.tllf ,, aud Laaor Uaau-1 oiara. IS at AiN BTaUCIW.. STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS Ontca Woiaiaa'a USW kulldia oouo.Ua C. L." VALLANDICH AM. Oonrisellor at Law,' AYTON, OHIO. . . WILL 7BA0TICU IV THE IEVIKAL aioa Wtaiaaaa's usw iiulldJas, oppo.Ua I'ovt ai7ir BY TELEGRAPH. From Louisville. LOUISVILLE, June 18. , linrper and his guerrilla) are operating in'ine neignuorhood of Krankliu, hen tucky. J.leitiiaiit-gi-iieral Grunt was present on ( hnnirn to-duv. He left on the Oennral n j , ' . Buell fur Oovliigton, to visit his rather. I tear the Ueneral was not much ulensed with his visit here, because more attention was not paid him. ItniRy have been because he was an Utn wrung sldi.rfrf the rtver. a , ,. ( A imwt horrible amident oec,nrretl here this afternoon, by which two young Utiles. Misses .limnle Brown and HaMa Hart, lost their Uvea. Abontthree o'clock the young larllel proceeded to the privy, and, being nbseut about otieliniir atwl a linlf. tlio unit Iter oi miss Jlrowu went in search of them. when, to her horror and surprise, she found that the floor had given way and preclpl t it led both the vouiur ladles Into tho vimlt Thoalnrm was given, but too lute. The bodies were recovered ; Miss Drown being quite (lend. Miss Hart died In a few min utes. Doth Were, young ladles of lespecta- iiuity nnu intelligence, sua so horrid a late nas caused a deep gloom nlty In which thev lived known.. M las Hart w as on Brown A new-born bahv sn found In Crnvr. fordsvllle. lnd- a few dnrs since, with It tlipa ..,.a ... . , i ' A Kentucklnn fell ileiid hu the atrnot nt Iigansiiort a few ditvs ao. 5 Two bouses were humeri In Kaw All.nkv lastiiiirht. Imis. 4.()(M). - i A locomotive rna over Mr. Wt.l.l.tl In t'crre Haute veeterdnv. eansinir liar Inaliittl nu so Horrid a late over the coinmil- and were so well nn a visit to Miss From Chicago. CHICAGO, June 18. A lllltlia. F. r.l.tn.l kIU. .l. 31 ..aitiMt uotir-j- vaijioi'ioii oc- curn'd in the harbor tills morning. At a few minutes past seven o'clock the hollers of stttnni tog Ued Jacket blew up-Wlth a ilenfcnlng roiir. mid there was nothing left I tne beautiful IIUlo craft but fnitrttn.ni. I oi vnu wmcK, w iuvcreu tar aim near, over uiv suriaoo ot tne water, wniio two or her I crew, tho captain and fireman, went down with the wreck, the enirineer r-iu'iinl,.,. with his life, though bmlly soul, led about the chest and body, and with one thigh laceratard by a flvinir frairmcnt of I roll. Her crew consisted or cnptnln It tt tun Uroen, nan owner, jvlwaril tsevort, fireman, and a nrotner or one or the owners, ami M I. I....1 aoieitts, uncs oaiiit, ami part owner, ai mesa., t.aprain urcen and the fire man, Kdward Sevort, were killed. Their mimes uHva not yet been recovered by their friends, who are drntrtrlnir llin rlvee cr inem. i ne engineer, K. ii. Ncvort, was bad ly scalded about the chest and body, and received a snvere woont tin ttcthvi. was conveyed to his residence. Michael Hlilchl.one the owners,attt-mpted to get on un- uoat a lew miliums oeioretlie explosion t..lr nlu. K... m.a ............1.. . I i'...., " rv,, Luitntcty, irHveut(u I - inuuui.utiitT, lu vaiiicn ne I prtdiahly owes his life The slonr.cnttciit strike of this city still lutiiiiiiica. j ncy uemaiiu lour Uollars and nity cents lor nine hours' Ulnar. Tho dc nmiiii is resisted From Washington. WASHINGTON, June 18. The following was issued this moruing DEPARTMENT OF STATE. WASHINGTON, June 18, 1866. "I lie t'realtll.llt. rilfwt.la tl,., ,.,iumi....m.1 1 - " . - i-r. . ... uouviniKiim to perform the painful duty of uniiouni'lnir iiiuiiui services lu variant public trusts tluiii by exalted patriotism ut a recent pe riod of political disorder departed this life at four o'clock vesterdnv mrttntitii a .,rl Onveriiment will cause appropriah- honors to be rendered to the memory of the do- ceased, at home and abroad, wherever the oiiu itutiiuriiy llll'lU KIlov, -I ljrcd. WM. H. SEWARD. rnmntor JlrOwn has returned. covered in health. Official information received I mm wn le l ie r iinlan mnvi.iiu.iii (lead lor tlio prcsiint, It still i elements that may materially i nearly ri- -ere show. it may be I'taillS some till It It, . other spasmodic effort whenever a suitable opportunity occurs. Quantities, of arms unit ammunition are stilt moving to various places of deposit, and especially in IVnn sylvania. The organization Is vurv strong tl.eni.Mlw,na tl.n 1.... .. 7 " e is.iii.iiia' lilMrUI tUUILV W M II II I Oullll'V Ailiiiim ltr-ruklfti tiuu Miialmwl t.,A apiaolntmeiit of Seclal Agent of the 1'ost- otlice IX partiiient lor the I'aclllc Coast. In '. anaa n ifiiitiarr u iiiiiii I ill; I lin: - 1 1 III'' l lepartin0iit to engage In the practice of law as an advocate in city, i it dupartluuilts ill thial. It, 111 Latest from Europe. HALIFAX, June 18. The steamshlD Clilna. from I.lverrmol a yuit-inuiwn loin, nas arrived dates are two days later. - l onuiienuu news continues warlike r rom the steamer China, ave loam thut H.e indications that war will soon breuk are increaslnir. Into lloistelu Is vlrtnal commencemeot . The 1 . ' out I fcgr. SJ''iomZ einent ,r tl,., ut. I, l.l assertodthat Austria regards such entry I a breach ef the (iastieu Convention, and forcible Occiuiatiou of llnlatelti a.. oaituMli. A Vienna dhpatch says that thedlplo- matio relations between Austria and I'rus- la will cease the moiueut the Prussian representative at lib leaves Frankfert. Austria had telrgninhed Ueueral Uahlen. avoid ai armed conflict in Holstein. It stated that should a collusion take place the Austrian army of the North will advance against I'russla. , he Crown Frlncc of Prussia hud been appointed Governor of Kilecia during the uiouuiiHiitiu or tne srtnv. 1 lie I onserva ami A lUiillJMUllll If! MITT anil w. Jill f lllniarr V ! I ve Association of Berlin had aptaeahd to Kleetora to sustain the (iovcrnment in i"r loreign policy. It was stated t L rallchadsentaclrlllar,urgillgtllemld-lpri,,1'or',', Oerniuif HUtea to maintain a complete iitMjuuiity. i.ivaeiisii. tsaturdav.Juiieu Evi' Cotton : Hales to-dav were laux) bale. market closing firm, with the advance of yesterday fully maintained. Breadstutt'a rm. r revisions steady. . , .1 nlng.- I ilea, the HALIFAX, June 18. More Fatal Cases of Cholera in New York. NEW YORK, June 18—Midnight. I Two cases or cholera, neither fatal, ana 'ported to-tlav in the ettv on tlmt ..r Ilonoia O'Connor, No. 27 'Monroe street, and the other that of William Peter. No. 49S W ater street. , , t , Attpiarantine there weretwo more deaths froui olmlora to-dav. and sl new raaea raw. celved since last return, leavlag forty-nine uaatai muaiuoju to-nigni on :tti lioaplttil hIi III kali nil.- IWutlta In V....L I.... wawk, 8,IUI a decrease of thirty from the t nrevlom week. . . Aiie general neaitn or tliecity la reuwrk- ahly gtaod. and UoUoardf flaaith U tak ing all paaHiuble lueaas to fisevent an exten- i of the euldrniiu. ka xkelutoos found In the yard of bouse sion Tk vo. 14 Carmene stm-t, this s IVvriiooB, are supposed lo hsvo ba-eu the bodies of rioters secretly buried iu the summer of ISKj. laoata, Hoot. pan Iter., Irlilxv the net, Cholera in Baltimore. BALTIMORE, June 18. A fatal case ofrholera occurred here yes terday atteruooa that of a giantleman w bo arrivetl from New York by tiaturdev night's train. The name of the gvuUvuiau hi Wil liam Howard. Ilia fatlaa-r rawides 1 the weateru laart of tills cllv. He tot,irn..,.l the disease In New York from hia r.y.t,,. uiate, wno Hied ol It. lie was sick w hen J. Mi la c he left New York. When he arrived hrra saail """"""''"r morning T was Uk,a to tho Inllrmiiry and given th ibesl medial treat- incut, but waa too fur .one for on nliv.l. lull to arrest the dbtcaMi. . Shooting Affray—Man Killed. MEMPHIS, June 18. X alt'., as ........ J I. lu...... street In.t night, Isi ween rotccnian Rogau ami MIL ii.. .,.. ,.i .u. .i... ....... I ,n.,it. vtir , ,1111,-t iiiitiiiu; wltli the ndstri'ss of the Intfr. Two shot were liretl a,,,i n,. r noi .t.n.. the latter was wounded lirUio leg and arm severely.' ' t lharfcs Oltenhurg, sioon keener, killed Doctor Ilnrd llreman his aftonioon, for Improper Intimacy wltlhis wire. he weather Is ilcarnd cool, and bust- ness brisk. Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, June 18. P-aT. "r"1 '" t" lair reiitiest atmi(ttfi2c. in ul,lk "PP""' t"l lower roads. . "th--i Hey are held at 40c. for No. 1 and ' ior js. in elevator. KLOUNVVe still onotn siinerfl it, at smi;a II ri extra at 10i 10 75; family at II 25 ((Ml '25, and taucy tt l:i(t14 fit). . m. an. t. nnu, nor. nave no Pllngc to mitkn is quotations. Wo ipiote '.V.V!l.'i "t1 S(a M No-1 new do. 1,1 2 40f ;Jfn.9 do. at ti Maui 35. nnd T.,,riiiR niez ia(i?aai; no. 1 do. at fata). UB. ' '' '"' '"''" Is ilrm at. eaffiitWc. for shelled lu elevuUir. ami 7:i(rt7lc. in unci;-. Hva There Is tiothinir new It, t?v Th. market Is firm at I for choice, tsic. for No. 1. and nuiuU5 for No. ... IUhlkv The market Is witlioiit change. 1 rime tail ami Canadiau spring Is held at at'. t . 1: , It - ijiiis'Kitiics Thedettiand Is onlv motler- in,,. In.t ,1. 1.... i . i'it" iiauraet ut very nrm and prices are generally higher. We now quote prime to choice lilo ottce at 2S'U firi ,c raw "gar. 120515c.; Iinril refined, 17'0(tM7 . 1111,1 Wolaa.cs !afl( !i.",c. for j'qrto Itlco ' hisiy A steinlv iiuirki.i. It n,. ..i. J uuiy pain uml it!. lu bond, New York Money Market. NEW YORK, June 18. citsy at 4(ai ta-r cent, ntcrllllir exclianire louroe ,lll .... settled ut IIINr,r: lout .- ,r,.i.i r... t a--. .4, a",, itrt Hint, I'.iiiHta American gi,, very excited and hhri-I- tll'd, OIH'II llir Ht. IH7I;. mlni.i. ... ln?7 l-llialiig to lfio.i a'. and closing at 157;',("ii (Joveriimcntseciiilties more active, and '('Hk better. orricE-m Worman-s uew hull,!!,, ,ii,. the I'imL t till.... ' .' 1 . . juytitt ni.'w FRANCIS C. BICELOW. Attorney- nt -Low 1AYTN, 1 1 IO. AKKIVAI. air iiiiii.u ,,, ". wui.1.". .J.!oit rrlyr,i f th" Ks-tern' ma. kola hJV. " ' . ,l,"''y n"W at.a'k of Dry lltaal,, ,l, h hm :.r,',v ; lower thttn any Iioum, the eta le of Ohio, ih, manyer. of hh New Vork hot,,... WHCeiit. r .tre.'t iiear,.rail. lavtMsr on the alert lo pureha.e g,l, al Omit hiirunliiii. hei in ,..1.1... , Ji,1?. "'",'f '"""' ""'n "'' ",h"r l'"H.lv can. lion tfnriret t ti l ,.i m.. , 1,1 k, ...' .' Klnplre llulldlua. heline ,,,, !,..,.. i L"' r,",,.V""n' ''"iw'ter ii.mI ,..l,.r , u klndaol ilrv atiSii'l Bt lllH """' I'liica. All retail ileitlera are reoiifalial I.. u-l. ..,'. ... IH:loptt mi. i -"-"-...., n. ,,,, itiiiati, or (iii v other t,.' " l',"''M, " '" r"u ""' ' n ork NEW MARKET HOUSE 'IU;(:KI,OT,"fRKSCIITOWS, Attention t ! V.nat tv, ..i , . ""aaitu . . qMicuK win iw makkkt Ii. the Kw WarUt JUU' bMw ' and Maitiou u T,i"J j , - . Monday, WediiMdayA Fridav Mominirs - . " a esch week .i.H !., ..... ... t;aWiT iXX ..ie snd ..I ,'f,';. -.lem; Piiue.. .Ken,e,,,."r7h, ' JOSEPH !; K. Al.kt AMil.lt kfai'ir II. lillKlll.ll II' ni Ittt'iw niuii.r.i.-MM KKitc; H. 23 3M O "ST A. Xj. Dr. THOMAS L. NEAL "iuir IIOUI b m rtlin 1 loNia'eliuk " NOTICE TO SOLDIERS AND SAIIOliS .i ... ivmmwjin, - fi,.u,,"v (r."u ATyn!jTuv,"n'",',or M.. and from t-litawlin a.. All al.le, an.l unllnn'r Ole lini..ui Jti. ,"" wattieu, WOO eh l.tOtl Hlo cnll.wl Mini,, Nsvv, lailwtiutUe4lhiil tel. ruary and the l.t of.luly 1hm "'' 4 All oUii-ee. ol' tl,.... .. uB.llu..i.alTOmr,.i-.ml """ " mid It to their iliten.l Itistltlraaa ' Alullh. w ofZ:,,;.;vi:,m,;.",',"lJ',,', sl t'raoiIIL'n.i - . . IlwKaat I'ttarl .u-et, clm liinatl, () ' lfl TIloilHoml lt,.v .. .... "T'S excelsior vermin oestrover ''ed,aud foraalaat whofeaal. .. '. 1U7 ana HtH .cVr afrrW. 11 ntslns attrartiv nlv that varn.in -ni "'"" a. laid, ami eaili..rv .o .T piotiowu. in. ( ONLY PREPARATION' Whleh I aafe in um. that la now i-.r., .t.. will do wiiul It ia desired ror ale l,v al aCT.U ii SOMETHING NEW. MIUHTANT Tn I'lutiMM ..... Manuliuttirtr. of a.Jh." V " .r'":7 every body .houl. iaV. ' "aaoaeumi. I ATHSTRltlMT COSVaK M A SCFACTPkl OP Wla. r ao tk coaaaoa noauuea. saoa. ai'n. tLZJtZl,!JrT.'.tu ! l"" ash.Mi l coat of le,, thau twenty centa '"r tnloriaalaon eonceriilnir luilivi.t... "r ''jimil !!vJI,!:i."J,,n' 1 I Mann. tha uro. liuru atotitKoiuery Co., la. K"tl" '"sia-nt within the State, by laie'rtiiia ".'-? ' "' Paper for two moltuV" o! 'l;'" l'W'-al Itlrtt rbr ..h.'nrlioj !. K. ('(IXWAY. SURGEON DENTIST, IIaVIXO REMOVril) lift OKKIfT Thim. ut SKl listl SI HI KT wiimI.i J. ,..r in.onu I... .rteud. and p.',",, l"1 h.' "; pr..le,.lal ',',Z u aU SrHiXr " ont.Ki.ii.No aMl iij1" ""r"'" N,""sl Hank. Stolen. ?UOM lk",ahoelu,..tae.h.i In,.,,,,. "." "'s'd "I Ihevniuoi Wav, .in. Lair . aJi i,.. ,7; , .,r ,( ,,w f r awai . ,.e p h , f.ei ,.VtM tu. 11,, . l.'aiu,.,; . ilaiv itoili-iMh ann" euthroWere.! ; ,, r'rt.lltn j,Slmrrii IZ Reiolver and ouXll ,.ln 3 Arvwardtw .-, ill w Kiu r u,. rf liiief , delivery of th, , HIS4 Ue I II III I.-M1AN JlltUWN Attachmoat Notlco. CltX,V' ,'1,luuk- l "" Couov.r, .re riuuas fa. Mit,4iett.J t. of Uavlo. ship, sfoittMaMBiery a.uniy. Ohio. the SMI. tl.l of Hay. A II 1M the .aitlJua ttr !..ued an ot.lw vt AttatitMiii in Ih. , af Uo ibr ll.a .wa al naatv .ia dollarv ' J. Bi,viu.r. AH.;ra.; ' LA'N fuiJ5, ANI'r'AtTI'liKHS' I.Aitflo i . ' stoat variety al tba, , , . KMI'IKK Kaaa Joa Koeaaa. ptiatad at th AKDS AND BILL HEADS- HatflKIC auiaai Job gooaat