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II, Nomixni., w. . - ttelllar. DAY TON, OHIO. Thursday. - - - Jnna 21.1866 Ticket and State Central Committee. SKI KKTAIlT or STATU. (;. 11ENJ. I.K KEYKK, f Wiellij;. , hoauii nun.; Tntui, .IN ' WM. I.AKW1LL of Asliluml. ;i:i'RKMf. inixin, TIIOS. M. KEV.ofllnmllton. STATU CKMTIIAI. COM allTTItS, . Ktrat IdHtrtct Icromliili KcliKti'd. Httmiil IH-trlel it. "V . Tlilnl lUBlrie t nuoiiri . ... k',...rtli I ILI rlct cnrr t . 1 , HcAtn. Dawson. Fifth I Hatrlrt H. f. SnyJt r. Hixth lltrt t .lolm . I'," Srvmilli Irlalrlctlolm . Tboiii.ii. Kliflith lilalrlot Jonas Wmltli. Ninth District .IiiiIkk A. Kramer. Truth DUtrlct .1. M. IliiM. KliTeiith Dlstrlct-J. W.Nrwmnn. Twelfth District Dr. Wayne t.rlswultl. Thirteenth IUtri't . John V. Eollcjt. Kourtcmith District John P. Ji'llrlrs. Klftwntlt IHlrU t M. '"'j'";;. , , Hlxtwiilh Dlttrlrt Charles H. Mlclinler n ....nil. Iii.irlit 'lnirp It. Atcn. t,'il.i.milillat.rict (ieneral J. W.KIUh. Nineteenth KiHLrtt't Jc llnrmm Palm The Radicals. Wc iflve, thla alU-rnoon, the platform of the UadlcalA. aa their Convention ron- atrueted It, on yesterday ; alao the name of n...lr .niulidatea. but have no Miuco Tor rommenU. We will Indulge In that prlvl leire In a aenaonnlde hour. We are aimply eontiMit to mumrk, Juat now.tliat the laaiiea offered, by the Ohio ltlminloniala, he aeeeptfd by the Ohio I Hmioeracy , and I given of no clilld-play character. A Nice Lot of Schemes Exposed. Mr. SiikrsiaN, of the Senate, from Ohio, ' after bidng enjaKed, for aomn time. In In cubHtliiK a bill to conaolldutc the bonda und debt of the Gvernniant, flnully ane ce.mleil in hatching out. It was a pet with him. and. for tho purpose., wa well gotten in. Rut for tho ahartinewi and acumen of Senator Kkmuknoks, John might have uc ceded in pacing his hill ; Fkhskniikn, how ever, look a lit of stuboorniiowa tho other diiy, and allowed that tho bill was ao cun ningly w orded that It contained one of the InVucit lob ever offered to Congress. The atlai k on It bnnight out Ita monstrous Ir. tenlion, und Mr. Sukbman, for the present at leant, has tukeu a back aeat. It now turns out, tho bill and the design of it were tho joint concoction of Jay Cook it and the national bank Interest, and It wits ao worded that it gave them two per cent, commission as ngenls in carrying out the funding business. If tliahlll nhoiild be come a law, It would secure to Jay Cookf. & Co. in tho ncigldtorhood of forty mil lions of dollars. At least this much would be absorbed by the national bank Interests, ut tho expense of the tiovcrumeiit. The cxiswiurc of this fact hag killed the bill ;iind nil are now wnlchlng to see what measure w ill lie presented next to enable the na- tl il banks to raise the wind. Another Just such sinister scheme has been Introduced Into the House by Mr. I.AWiiKNtK a bill creating a Nittiannl JSu- reau of limumnce. It provides that the Iwad of the bureau shall be apMlnled by the President, shall hold olllee for live years at a salary of five thousand dollars per annum, and that be shall give bonds In the sum of fifty thousand dollars. This Is another attempt at complete con translation of power. According to tb Kadirul idea, the Government, instead of being restricted to the diitlin assigned It by tlic Constitution, Is to be made the oiieratur of all the liuictlous of the Stale and the people. Among tho Items slicd Into the appro priation bill by the Soiiatu lu one day's tinkering, we note an Increase of salary to the Treasurer of the United Slates and to the Commissioner of I'uhlle Itiiildliigs; an appropriation of alsnit 10.0(10 a year for private secretary, short-hand reporter and clerks, for tho l'resldent ; a new Assistant Solicitor to the Treasury at tfkOOO per ait' nuin ; new clerks for tho Attorney General &C, itc. In addition to all which, the Sen ate conllrincd its gift, of 100,0110 to Mr Mi'Cl'i.MH'H, to be distributed at discretion among his employees. The 100,000 item to Assistant Secretary Kox, to go on a sailing frolic to St. Peters burg, with a letter to the ('.ar; the uow propoaed loan of $00,000,000 to the pauper Anarchy, Mexico, which Thai) Stjcvcms first opposed, but to the advocacy of which ho has J Hut been brought around; the 11,500,000 to the negro boarding-houses and the Innumerable other project, of like character and design, to plunder from the Treasury what tho groaning tax-payers are dully and hourly forced, by hordes of the verrtnst leeches and cormorants known civil society, to 1111 In an average of fully onk million run hat I and all such, nay truthfully add, or no public neeemiity or utility a pauper-fund for the gratifica tion and subsistence of paupers constitute, a pile of dollars which, were we uot such wealthy country, having so much loi ehuuye to spare that we don't know how ' get rid of It, pur people would stand ap palled at Its contemplation and wonder amazement, for what possible objects can this mountain of cash be needed and whose bones and sinews It Is to be earned ITThe names, ages, birth-place and re ligious tenets of the Fenians aplurd Fort Krle, tinada, are published In Canada papers. The total number is fifty eight: fourteen are Protestants, and forty four Catholics; one Is a native of Herman)', seven of Canada, twenty-live of Ireland, and the remainder of tha United Suites: ninetcvii are under tweuty-ooo years ago. . . tW A Cluh letter speaks bf one of Itrig ham Tonng's sons as follows: "-Joseph, 'Joe' Young, as lie is luuitfiuriy known Utah. Is a fust voiing man. lie has been on a mission,' traveled In Kuro, smokes, chews, vets drunk, swears, preaches gospel, lias three wives, whom he whips and otherwise shamefully abuses, and is good Mormon, lu full fellowship with wturcn. ,, i , j , t?TThe iimdtaua aukuowletle with tfiowl Unit our UovenmieiiL has Uuim duty In uitttntn.niiifi; iu iwutmJity Jaw "at laat." 'i'b Toronto Leader auya, while we are glad to we Uie American tiovoru went couie up to the mark of ita ouUtfa tioiia, evttu at ti.e uluvwiiik hour, we do i.i.it that we had aiivthluc to fear from tha Kenlana at auV time y e inouniii were a fide scurf, though, EDITORIAL BREVITIES. (lovuriior UiiowmKiw, f Teniiowiee, Inn Imii.i1 t ro Uinatlon eitltltiK the lifUln tnre of tlW! (latelo moet nt Naahvllle the ItlioXJnly, Ibr lh piirixiao of ratify Ing the amendment to tho Coiiatitntiou of the 'lilted Stal, Jnat prHMiiHl by Cii(freaa, Moiik Taxkh '7KCr-.aAat-Tlifl tlouac 'oniBilttao on la valid reiialonaBn- prea(- X n l.tll, li1ch will aMn be rcortal, irivliiK to the willow of the aoldler or auil- or, in iiddition to tlin preaent pcnaloii, two ollara a month for oach of her .children. hit (KMndon will reqnlra an appropriation f ,(KI0.0(I0. Secretary Hrwaan anld, oil Friday, to a (fciitlcinnn with whom ho wna (Mnina;, that a colllalon of rmpirea vim unavoidably and that thil ree(nfertiii, mitt aoonrf pi later, prove utterly altortlve In all Ita en- leavorn to inalntAln Ktiropin Iraivjullllty. Tho Seetetary nlao dildedly aaaerted that, ii ilin event of rrneral broil ncrofl Uie i... 17..U...1 uiui... ui.i.i ...rem.lv n.nlii. t-iln a moat proao-rona ulrlll.v. and roup ton-fold tho commerce ahr loat (Inrlnn our own hitmrrectloiw thronxh tlie cupidity of f..... i ...i k mi.. . nll"' """ ... j 1 After unitri:fd t Investigation, the Hoimo rommltti'e on :ieetlon have ilecl- dod to rrport In ftivor of Jon I,. jHwmiu Iemocmt in the conteated election ToMbo Twcnty-llrst reiinsylvaula Histriot.,, The storm of Sunday and Monday did Immense damage In the, northern part of Ohio. In Huron count r, one farmer lost I III JIUrWH niiiuiji tti i Mm one hundred and Ally aheep, and another, one hundred and thirty, killed by exposure. havlagjust oean anorn. oareiui n- mute of the destruction of the sheep within a circle of ten miles, eompuleil the hiiIiiImt at ten thousand, it Is hoiieil that thla Is an over Miniate.' The damage' to bridges lumber and fencing Is very great. The Ferguson property, on the corner ol Vine and Sixth streets, Cincinnati, was yeaterday, wo understand, sold to the Odd Fellows' Association, for the sum of l'iii,- 000. On this eligible slto that society are preparing to erort one of tho finest temples Iu tho Union. A railroad conductor was recently before the judicial authorities at Buffalo, to an swer to a change of ejecting a man front a car because he refused to give his scat to a woman. The Court held that ladles, or those who wish to be considered such, are legally entitled to no more privileges In public conveyances thuti men, ami fined tlie conductor $000! . The safe of F-np Asdkkws, of Worthing ton, IikU was rohlM-d of $10,0() tlic other I nlL'bt. Tho robbers entered his dwv ne und stole the safe key fiom his pocket. Tho safe contained money dejKislts of his friends and neighbors. F.I.IA8 IIowk, tlic Inventor and patenter of the sewing machine needle, hasdeeliircd his pur,H.so not to apply for an extension of his patent, on the ground that he lias made a million and a half of dollars on It already, which he regards a fortnno enough for one man. The C'adlx .S'fjiiiaof, ol thi week, says that the Harrison National Hank of Cadiz of fers a Kcward of Ten Thousand Dollars for the recovery of tho Itotuls and Money not herctoforu recovered from the llurglars who robbed that Institution on the 2Sth of April. The amount still missing is 11(100. Hard Riders. 'It is true that wo are completely under the saddle of Massachusetts and Connect! cut, and they rldo us very hard, cruelly In sulting our feelings, us well as exhausting our strength and subsistences Tlielr natu ral friends, the llireo. other Kustcru States. join them from a sort of family pride, and they have tlie art to divide certain other parts of the Union so as to make use of them to govern the whole," So wrote Mr. JKrvKKaost, iu June, 17!W, to his old friend John Tayi.oii. The whole West and South are now, as then, and from that era to this, still "under the saddle of Massachusetts and Connecticut" and the other New Kiiglund States, and they are rtilinii ut harder than ever. And we are not only suffering this hard riding, but we so seem to like it, that we are regularly fur nishiiig, through our Republican Congress moii, tho necessary tchiii and spurs to goad us Into a greater speed for the benefits of the Yankee Jockeys. Hard Riders. The South. to we a to iu by ! at the of or in mo a the a lu a, uot Tlie Macon 'Telegraph makes the follow ing observations: Production la tlic source of wealth. . In the growth of our great staples,' with slave labor, the cotton states grew rich fa spiteof the appropriation of a large per centum of casu income to tlie purchase Irvvi abrniul. not only of luxuries, hutol the very neces saries or life, we bought mules and meat aud furniture and clothltur and Iron and salt and rarriairea and pianos and the Im plements of husbandry t and thu outlay was a peris'timi drain upon tlie Income or the planter. I lie money lull a went ont or tlie country, anil was, therefore, a final loss. It is not a suilleloiit answer to sav. That we houuht cheaper than we could produce.' j 110 rniying is witn money wnue. me pro duction is the crHutlou or labor and skill, This habit must now be abandoned, If we would prosper. fortunately for us. wc can produce al most everything we need, from corn meal choice wines I'rum an ax helve to steam engines. What we need is a proin'r division of capital, energy and skill. Our men must take to tne snop, ana nem, ann mine, arid our women to the household. The Ireed- men must work the cotton fields, the white men till the farms. We must crow irralii and grass and tin vinci we must rnlso stock and establish maun lactones ; and we must make cotton, and sugar aud rice. , Pleasant would It lie, once uiore lu tho homes of our people, to listen to thu whirl of the spindle and the hum of the spinning whack und witness again the Might of the shuttle, and the unclothing ol tho slow moving distal)'. They are primitive things, but they are also svmbols or primitive virtues. We must think tur ourselves; In Hlltlcs, morals, philosophy aud religion, wo must maintain our wonted conservatism, vt itli fow exw tloii, thfi northern pn-salstlwply ililliuttl wltlistuialprrorH,st.i jflorlHi atlon, ,s.lllil all..-rtwlia..d.i.iallllHllntl,l,illty. s tiainliil to sou liow dcintM-rai v In thuorv, anil ariHtiH'riK'V In I'ai't, iwrvaili the north- cm iniiiil. Thu proUiMtuiitcliiiri'lirs romlly arroi;ahi to tlioiusi'lvt thu lMvlii aiiiu tiun for novel tlii-oliiirlcal thiHiries, for vliulk'- tlveness of ftn-Unf;,, anil for pnii rliliiiu anil uenunolatiou. I u suectias of autto iMMlcy Uiey claim tobctlieappolnUHl rov lilunvo of Ooil. The very fouuilution of re ligious liberty suparatinn of church and statu luey have ursAitiuully upheaved, and tos. li that aofiile noetic, lu tha will of po litical uiujiirlty Is obedience to heaven, and dissent thuy represent as Schism, and eausn lor excision, r.very tliinif seems to uave become seiisuttonal and secular. The Old laiiuuiarks or iiiouifiii aim opinion areupo- moral theories and railuJl doKinas, public i virtue uit out. i Whither do these tilings tend ? Hard Riders. The South. Mexico. Tho a unt fnim Mexico arc erjr con- fllctlno;,; One (ley Maximu.uk la drsi rted and snoii to take hi flight; the licit tin In oTcrvmnlnx all npiMwIUnn. The, li'li-grAiii yostcrilny r favorable, to Max. W quote, tho following fhnii a IcIUt III the Macon 7cfr(rup: The lint steamer from VcrnOnr. brought a tiwviiviirii to this rttv Mr. II. (Jorwln. wii of Mini. Thinna Cttrwln, ski,, since the uculu or lila latliur, una been au'tiiiK as nltc.t Stalin Minialer nt Mexico, antl scv ernl other rentliiniii from that country. This arriYitl Rives us lute ami authentic news) from tha halls ot flu MnntHXiinitis, which ireottmlly dlsposi of the stories which hare been recently circulated here, to the f fleet that Maximilian contemplates A aieeily withdrawal from Mexico : that the Empire U on II. lift leirs. and that there la a. vimmI iimMinrt of tha muirntlnn of the rrpiihlia.! Th truth !. t pnjferltr of we umpire was never so irrcat na at ores- cut,; th prospect of tho atnhilitr and cr- manrncn oi uie r.uiiirn una never oecn ao flattering na it la now: the flounce of thu Kini.lro havn never bewn ao well 4Ub- Hhetl, It. coiiiincrcu hiia never bi-en ao r- rV(!f p,,,,.,, R0 nro,,,, B At the nriit time. ) "Tim linnrt nf fruervilhw w ho linve for- meriy inie.icii me roiina, nnvo nearly ail K.ft i,roken nn. Kv.rv wM.k. looir train. of miilea loailed with airf-ele arrive aitfelv Ht the capltul from dhtimt tailnU In the Inter- lor. Tha withdrawal of French trooiM will laake nntllU'croucc si tregarjs Hit military force of thu Knipire. Tho greater part of the French troos are to remain for more than n year yet; and In the moantime am ple arrangement have been made to keep , Ml(X,.nn ftrmr ., to the prewnt stand aril f elUctoncv. by mwaaloiinl reinforce. nni fi fiHTii-'a ut in """ of Austrian am Xl.,. tlrT Austrian aim itetglnii troops. Oin", In spite of all A.,, I I 1. 1. v.. Ii.nrn. ed another fact ol irruataliriillleaiiee. Hun ilreds of I hi' J- reneli sohlirrs, w hose term ol ttIc has expli-ed, insteiid of retiiriilng to Franco, as thev are ut lllicrtv to do. remain ill Mexico, sot'tlo uiam aiimil tracts of land which are irranted to them, and Imtouic iiatiirall.ed cltlwms. 11 Hie time tho lust dcliichmeiit ol ..the French armv leaves Mexico, in November, 1MU7. there will be left behind no loss thau 5,on0 of thea.' vni- niilary Kn-nch settlers, many of them, no dnnlit. married to Mexican girls, in case of need, these old soldiers would, of course, enter the Mexican army, of which they would form a iowerlui veteran corps." General Wade Hampton. A corresHnde.iit of tho Memphis Argui, w riting from , Kgg'a Point, Mississippi, says : Ten or twelve miles below here, at Lake Washington,, lives, In quiet' retirement. Lieutenant Ueiu-ral a.ie Hampton, I tie si'cond greatest cavalry chieftain ol the luleeoiilcileracy. lie owns two or three ex- tensive plantations, upon which he divldus 1.1- 1... .I..v. ,tl..nr l.ltaAir ..lilnfltf ... .1.., congenial pursuits of A rcprcaentutlvve Southern gentleman liooks, planting, and tho chase. Ills lormer slaves, oi wuom ne owned several hundred, true to their an cient, ulloirtaiica and their own Interests, remain wit It Him lienoral, and are represen tee I us contented and industrious." OTA man playing the rule of a ccihiis ,llk,,r- "H'l'l! at a bouse in South lloston a few mhiutvs .Saturday afternoon, and after he left, all the small silver-ware that oould bo pocketed wasn't to bo found. It was af terward discovered that he had been one of IIkn. ltrTi.mi's clerks, at New Orleans. General Wade Hampton. New Advertisements. to It Statement of tho Condition OK TIIK f the USth ilt n of Mil if, I sna. Nf.i.lo to vl.r Auditor of Ohl.i, pursuant to tluiKiat- llle 01 mat MulO. NAME ANI LOCATION. The nnme of the Company ! the t'nitcd Mtntea Ac ...IICIII ll..ri,I,-.' 1 ,... MIJ . II'. in ,H.,M'I. H, Hyrnruse, New York. I" 1. CAPITAL. Tho amount of Ita Capital Htiu-k paid ii M. i tttHMJUU uh , ,11., AHrtKTH. ( a-th of thn ( imiiianv n hami, ami in the , hawli ol' A arnht and tlir Kimoa-i . . 82,038 86 Thu ltomU ami Stock ov nmi by UmCoin- iany ino,uw mi Total aa-4'tn of the Company . . . . . $IU?,u:tH :tlf JII. 1-lA.UI.lTlKfk Thn niiiniuit of MftblMtli's, ilue or not dii. Lo it hum ami otmtr rmittorR . . , AMtsdiai jitllusUitl uitd duo f iU0 IN) 1HM 67 lwwfN iinadln-iUil. (HtlniatKil Aiitmet Ui aui)oitMi(waung turuiur proot 411 Ml Total IJuhilltltft i. jj .L... , $l,WHQrT IV. MIHIKI.LANKOUB. (iroati'iit amount UmuriHt In anyone rihk flU.OOO UI Thu aiiiotnii oi lut ruitaior uurniiiKKii!- iMiNiUii in any oinur maw, a Beniriiy Tor lOMhl'M i thurtdn None. State nr New roKit. I County ur ononuaua. A. A. Ilowldt. Pre-tldpnt. auil Then. K. Andrvws Si'oi-Htary of the Unltinl Htatm Accident lnnuranee ( onipanv, oeinf fteroraiiv tiwitrn, (iioobe ami ny Hint the foreifoiiiK in a full, true am) correct titaU nifiilol Hie unuirh oi tne miiii oiiiiany, aim tbal they are tne above uew.ruwju orucerv tnerwol. T V. ANliltkWH. Hw.ri-Ur?. Knliftcrlled and sworn before me, this man day Ol ALaVy, H,t ... , : llt'ltl, OP P It'll OK TUB Al'IMTOH OF HTATK.i It is hertdtv i'rtHlHl. Utat tlte forftfoinir In a cor rm't t'ttpy of the Htuteineut ot the Omditioii of lUu Hvracuie, New York, made to aud I1Im in tlili . . nituohs my ianu and seal ofllrmlly. 1 "tj ( 1 A AmUtor oi" HtaU CKUTIFH 1TE OK ACTIIOHITy. . (To exulre ou thelUt day of .January, lani) (IKriCK or THM Al'lHTo OK KTATK : . JNai'MANlK I'KFARTUKNT, i . , Coi.i Mara, Ohio. J una 1, lw&. W H ICHK AH, Tne I'NITKII ttTATKK AC1'UKN INMJUANl b; (X)Ml'aSV . ol ftviiioiiMMk in Hi Htt or imv i oi a, na" Bii-fi in iittb otih.i1 a hwoi NtuUiment ol" its t'oinlilitm, a i-eoiitred hy the ttr "t roirniuui inMivitiict i uiniiaiiit nos nu'iirim. raiwl hy the MtHte of Ohio' oaf April H, iKJl uihi aiiMisKieo runniHry w. iarn, ami tue m-i "I rwitolttto roruifrn liiaurttiiw Ioiuiiihh," ojtftsiiMl Arl a, WHl; and. Whkkkah, itaid Couipaiiy ha rurnisiHU me umierMffiitMi aniisiat'tory t;vidHut IIIHI II l JMCSNt'l UI Hn lit' l II 111 LUplltll Ol HI It It'll ONW IIITNIlHICIl AND FIKTY TIIOl'tlANl UOl.l.AKM. Ill vh.UjiI a. (tred by said atit; and, W iuhkah, Maul OMiipaon 11s ttlu.l In thi. ..nice a writl.'U lit- ntruiiu'iit umkr IU oorooraU) uml truiu.'iu uou..r iu ooroorato anal. . iri.uil liv tat, m.iilHtit anil HourotHrv Lhurfiur atttluu-ixiuv uiv ui.niL i,r lliri.util ill .Mill I jil.iliu.i. In IIiIh Mli.. U4-koim Ii-iIk.' .orviro of iiiih1..;., fur uiul In lioliall' ur aula t.ouiiany, aotiunllnf ta the wmi. of feiiitl ai tof Ai.nl h, l kjl. Now. 1'HKRKroas. In inmnancsorthoarta aforo. suiil, l.JAHrS U. I.OI'MAN, AuUiUtr of btuto lnrlifiio. iln hHrliv Dirtily that Maul I N ITrJ STATICS AIXIDK.VT INMllUANCk) COMPANY or avra4'.ii.. is.. tors. I. autnoruuil la tran.ai: tlio lauiuasKot AetaiMuiuau i,iiotoHuraju' in tali NinUiimtil tha iblrty-Snt (lay of January, in tha yarmiuthouauml sight hamlrml u,l .lty.ioon. . j.l 'S5ffi Z T.i tUUM4t UlP Mtilll Of III V OlUl-41 to II . auiNo.1 tlis nuy . Wl'lttBU. . JAM vour alMivti JAM. II. IIII1IM AN, AuillLii juXlttS JOHN Jt IIIIYkR, Aguuu, lH)tou uhaulks a. nillss EUWIM . WOSMAN , a.. VIUS. fM JlilliLI'.U dE Jlf,f , DAI.E118 IN BALTIMORE OYSTERS , A'J1 AeavaroWatf. VwoNm oatf OonmiMiiton- SfereXauU. W liolaaala ami ratall dxalara la aud aklpperaar - ....-. Fruit OUd .Vegetable!, in aiaaisOa X iOUr, 10 JtaiTeM Una tULCKM, Jul DAYTON, OHIO. Special Notices. ... all - - - t i ; SpodtU Caution. ; 4 Mrs.xr inai owaaooTliino avwi r ha. boronie ao apalar tkat vartaiia partlas hsva put not anlr.lM'i'alllH thi-m Mrs. Wln.loWi I'leaM Uka nntlra that I'll W MILS WINaUtW Of TUB Solirlll.VU NYRIIP IH NIITCIINNM l'KII Willi ANT in ilkH AHTII't.K. ' IntrtawSnt j ; JDj-. liickaeirs Pyj-opf ( CUOLERA . REMEDY ! AIM, VMatey, filarrhan. Cholera Mortnu, Hum- xr Complaint, Pai ur tmp in Mom ot Is, Met r momtfk, Paintif OttHs, ft , and is warranted to curs or no pay. i punilr rpirot. al.ls. without a nartlcle of aniaf or narcotic. Highly ammalln, vary pleasant lo I ho ta.ta, mild, but aur la lu afferu, warm. an1 atrmiyihani tti y.in, SrM like a rhann, sn"irilln( almoat Imais- llaia rrlW.f, aud a tasui of tha article will lail.rr tor moat lerltil" ar these facta. Hold hr nil Icalen In ne.llr.lua. rieaM tend far circular. Try It. .Trepan only .T Kl'W Akl unul Pn.TlttnW, n I. ' liKtlAA It A IIS A Coi, of Naw Turk. tlenoral Agent.. aitklaaftui Mrs.WINSL0W, Aa Hirleneoil Nana anil Female Phyilciun,. Trektt H thd Attention of Mather her' SOOTHING SYRUP ! For C'liIIdrrii Teething:, Whli-h srestly racllltstlv tha pronraa of Irnithlsg, liyirtenliiit tha gum,nsliirlnKall Inllanimatlona, will allay A 1,1, PAIN ami pamnoitti: arilou. ami L Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Icxtml uion II, mutlieri, It will jjIto rent to your ttilvo. ami i Relief and Health to Your Infanta. Wo Iikvo put lip and al. tlii. arllcla for ovnr 30 yean, ami can sat in coxriukNt'S and tkhtii or it what wo have never Ihicu sliui lo any ol'auyotbar wwiioiiis- Nsricn has it r.n.sn in Amisoi.i in". stanck ru trracr a rust, when tlinulv used Nuyer itl.1 we know an Instance of ili.aaturactlon liy any one who uned It." On tho contrary, all are lllhtit with ita operation!, sad speak (a tcrnn of oommiiuilallon of Ita lusslcal ijn"ei;t and mo.ll cal vlrtiivs. n s.pask In this matter "what we do know," after aoyeare'experiunce; ANn rLsoos a asrtiTATioN roa ts reLrii imsT or wbat x pxclass. In almost every Inatunca whorths fnnt l aairiirins; from palu and exhaustion, re lief will Im round In arte or twenty minutes slier tlio syrup la aUminUterod. Pull rilrartlons for ualngwlll accompany each ttle. None gonulne unlena tho fitc-straile of i t'll TIS ft I'KIIKINB. Kcw York,! os the outslila ,..... , fold hy all pnigniata tl.roiigliout th world. PRICE. 05 LY 36 CIS. PER BOTTLE. tuM'iawuin A Oouah. CJolcl, or So, 'Phrout,! BK(JI'II1ES IMMKIlIATR ATTKItTION, ' AJfD SHOULD UK CHECK KD. If ullowed to contlnuo, rrllallan mt turn l.ns;a at I" a r in a - corablo l.nfic Utaeaaa . IHOPTKNTHK HKMtTLT. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES ! Iliivlng Hiliructluiliu'iivvti) tlio mvin, OIVR I.MMI.UUTK JlKI.IKK. for BroncliHU, Aithma. CaUrrh. fon samptlve ana Throat HI hp Hup. TmrhnR are uno1 with always tcx iuo'hi. H!N4iKHH AND 1UBMC HI'ICAKKUH III ft ml 7Yoe unftM In rleiirlnir the TrHw when tiint'n iH!i(ru HinKuiK or HimHfcintr, ami rt'lltivlnj tliu thrtMit tiller uii unimnul eMtrtion of thu toch unrmi, Thu lYitehs urn ruiuninifiiMtHl mil rt ftr.niHMi iiy rn hM'uiiih, una iiitvu hnl Muiunnlalt frnm eiuhieiit mini llirtMiKlmut tin roiiulry. Itrhtff mt arlU'ln of true nmrU. mid Itiivlujf trrU tln-ir nraity iiy a win hi many yrnrn, rnrn vtur nnd in in now IfKMilillm lu vitrloii pariii of tltn iirld. und thn 7VwA aro iinivfNullv uronuntud IpftUT than of htr artlclon. Ol.laln unlT "HHOWN'K llllONCIITA T THO. C1I Kn, find no noi tnhi) any ol the WorthUtt ml iation thiil may lu oiierwi. Sttii I ov(iry-wher tit tli (r uU'd HUton, and For tmuLiluai, at t .'.mill por (mix. or'i& OniUw l4bwck IIIUer n at," miht a gtntlinnn in hia fiitunl wb re- itrkmt thai lsVrislicka are gnotf, but IflAllHlAlsl'. ANU ri:iJHAVy,in Km uyof Warning and Inntmptlon forYonnK Mun, A Wo, IHhonsuH ami Ahuiii which prontrata tba vltul powers, with suro means of relief, Heitt frej of charge in n ruled lettor euvelo)es. Addreuw, lr. HK1LI.IN IIOUUHTON, Howard Asuorlatlou, htlrMl.dphla, la- althlawam , in l:i)ical, DioTicis. Itr, K. Sjoaj K may ba consulted sa follows : In XKNIA nt the Depot Eating Houso, on Thurs days, slun li 8: April Pi; Aluy 17; July Si Aug M.t. 171! . ire in. fn DAYTON at tha phllllpa lloune, on Frlilays, March ; April la; May lo; July a; Aug. IU: htipt. 14, Ort. IU. in " iiv at tns morns nousn. on naturuavs Mari'.h 10; April 14 1 Stay 10; July 7; Aug. 11, Hop t. in ; o t ao lu Ki'liiNr.FiKi.n at tho Willis House, ou Tliurwluys. Marrn is; April iu; Slay at; July is All ir. in: m'liL. f: im'.. mt nr. tiNit nan nati oinres in earn or tnn anore plai'aa, that he has regularly TiMltett for the past novhu veara. anil as ne nan srearen ann rureo man I'alientH, in earh of the altove plafen, he ran viva the befit of rnforents la earn Blare as to hi. skill. nr. uonh 'l mat. auti uurea ail varieties ot rhroale tllaeaaea. li.t'luillos ttume of the five and K.ar. uittk.i no rnarire lor consuitaiion : out ll thiNMi win. ooshuic nuuuosirsu'eauit!ni,nefiual' Lash for his Mi illolm t. . . ' ' Millcine. tnat win laaiaiiatientiroin lour to si mouths, cost from Jflve to Thirty .kUlara, In Dash Aiidreas: Dr. K CONK, COLUMBUS, OHIO. nnvWI-rtly O XX I o WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS rfnlllH well-kuown aud ooDillnr resort, haviu .1 hmtu lnuily purohsMM uy Uiuuuderalgued aa.l uiiirosguiy . Refitted and Re-furnished In the liest style, will ba oen for tha reception of guusts on the ItOth OF M AY, 1800 The locution of the bprluga, aud the uiiueral properties of the water., are a aura guarsutua aimlu.t all uialarluus or contaslous dlHeu.es. Ouihllmtsvs will run from all day trains on I) :.,iJ..Ji C. IL U. ruaauugera leavlug taclauatl by the six o'uloc.k A.H. truln will arrive at the Hprlntfs at two o'clock 1. M., aud by Uie ulne o'clock train will arriro at 4 SO P. M A lluet:oTltUN BAND will be is atteadsaoa thnnighnat the eesHou. All lottttrs, packages, etc., belonging to guesti convtiyad free of charge tu and from the Kprlugs fp :T-T t? 17' Tj' T rV-IT A -A A. Ju , J" Jl' 4. V 411 Will In under tha aiiiMirrlslon of Major B. F VI KIKIJI, lately of Adams Kspru.s, and formerly C, A. 4 at. haul, U.K., and of V. TOI'I'INii, foruiurly of lialt House, Ixiultvlllo, and lately Ilurnet Houm, CinrlunsU. . Ii ui' w rlnitlng the Springs can bare avary as. aurauea that tha fare aad aocommodslloni will equal If not superior to any watering place In the uuiuiifauioa. Thu iiauul trip tirkete will he Issued hy the Tart on. rnilrotuki leatllug from L'lncinuati. All lig gugu transHirUnl free. TKUMt-ki.ur dollass tier alay ur trati.ient gueaia, ana inu nsuui retiueuoa lor rsiniiies re. maiiilng during the season. . ISjat Onus sdilruns, lHW Is" (leittsr, Olila. "JOHN H. fERRY, aaa rnoi'itiKT'OB tlet your painting done by KUIINS & McllKNKV, Na HI roiHITH BTttlCfcT. botUala JeAuraoa. All kinds or work hi their Una promptly atteudei) u. tlHAINIMO and MAUUL1NU done In the ulguaatatylauf uiasrt. Ceilings ralnimlned la .uperlor u.auuer. All kluds of Bigu aud Onn uiuutal wurk auatly doue. uilldliu Special Notices. Book Store. lis BOOKS! i i ') I. li l OK K Y '& ii i HOOK STOKE! OQO Street, I w K AHKJX8TftECEIVIi A vi l.t. NK OK . i 1 4 in t. i : i i . . . i NKW A Nil OUKAP Wall papers ! AVJute lilauk, i- I : , i : ' i I , ATINB, . !'. 'I' ;;(::. i.' DEAJTj GROUNDS, , stamped anvr, DKOORATIOiVS roB CIHJBCHE.S, T fV'.-i i 1 J ' PARLOIW, 1 ' PrNI.YG KOOMS, II ALLS, &0. A '.SO, A r.ARUK LOT OK loth wivnmv suns iiibruclng all tho new and desirable Put- .. turns, C, 7 aud 8 fuel long. ''I '!.. . ,. ',. STORE SHADES MADE TO ORDER. A NEW LOT OP UKNUINK VRNOLD'S INKS ! Faber's Pencils, Eagle Pencils. ' ,. . . : Gillott's Pens, . ' 1 r Fairchild's Gold Pens. , ! 1 . , il . ' ' SOLE A tWffT FOR DEWEY'S . FRUIT PUTES, BOUND IN BOOKS AND VX BOUND. ,.0'j a 1 1. ,i .i no :tt . - '. . . . , : COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY ':.. . ' lit i Blank Books, . . . Gr.VlAnl nrtAlm 1 ;.i 1 - AI.SO- KLATCA prt, KOI JO POST, KLAT I.VTr- TEK, MEDIUM AND UEMY PAPEltS, ,., CARD BOAKDH, 'AKI) KIIEETrl, PRINTERS STOCK H I : ii;i UINDINO I I !'.. Cati 3? aid ' for AT :(l , Rickey's Book Store. V ,. !., i i i i i- I , l I t I ! I i i , i : .i , 1 1 DOISri5. .,'.11 , , t i i ! r i i , . spi U 1yd. I IB-Ht C I I I I I ' Special Notices. Book Store. Wants. WaNTKI) IM MKTU TRIjY-K )l It ll,larli, 10 llnva to It-arn tradrl, 7 MiN-hanim, I I'ravnllnir Airuiita, all with unlurli-n vnr inn Irom to 9 M ir niontb. Ady iwm tmd hasr tur iiam on thti rfK'r, ami hv return mail mi will In1 Infornird ol Iho rarnilt. hm lfs-e im ihdlav lo I. I'lmomar A Co., at Itlt-hnioml, ludiftnit, and you Kill ha at-4ontuiodatNl. JnHkWw w A NTRD.-PAKT1KH HAVINU PM'M lliphu tOilit.ms.r orimilkn t ti ri hk tnvH-t In Vtn HlfrhM, will And ll to tholr InU 1 trall hi th itrvat H t-Ktrn Heal KutnM ni l'nt.-nt llKlMrmc..f I, HALT. A 111 r lib . J I nntiii No. ll,oPr roitOHicii, laitmi, O. rthSV-dlm ' VVANtKn-rr to nE known that CI.AHK tkM.I.V htiTt)Mtal1ihnl thn "AiiMn. can 1'iiti'tit Itinht KmHii linn," at No. 10 Htu-nntt tn-trt, for thi! liitriMlm tlon and Mil o th) imlu Tali'iit IllfrhlA ami I.HUir rhtIhit Miw hltu'ry. 'I hcy rffjiuvit all vho dffiwMo Iimim or or jMUvhuMt i'HTiit4i ana tLttnor avui( iiiu-ninnry fn kvu iiii'iii Vy niiinfi-omu A NTKI I'KlfSflN'S Ol'T OK KM- FM1Y MKNT.OT than W uatlilr 111 I A 111! li.r.irm.. antlng IIIIAHD. Inriirma Ac, to Ailrertl.e in the ItlonaMM IHit Articles, Ac, to Kmpire Want Column. Special Notices. Book Store. Wants. New Advertisements. FOR BALI! The large and beautiful farm belonging to Jefferson Patterson's , , Estate ! An. I Ailloiuiua this cltr an the south hu. lu.i.n.ll. Tiilrd lilt 30 Lota, Ranging from 1 to 50 Acrei, l'arliculurly adapted to BlILDINfi ARtt OAkBKKI.Mw rilRrVNKf And will haoffcrMl at Hheriff . Nuin .i ti. i'.,.r llouw). In the city of Dayum, an Saturday, fime 18, 18110, at two o'clari V. II All of the shove la Terr dr.lrahln tironcrtr tha greater part living under lino rulllvjiliiilii we naireii aim uuiier irnocl icnoe 'I he allenllon tinnlciier. I. ep.u Ully InvlU'il In Ihi. . . m r 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 y ol olilainiiig gnmnil parllrularlr a.lnpleil to their purpoM. iiiii soil lie lug or t'M'fllflil iliidlty, the waler facilities superior, and the ninrki.t. very convenient. 1'artof this prtiporl) la elevuleil wimkI laud.aiid verr sullalile for huililjiig .ilcs.cmiiiinnil' lug a hroa.l nn. I beautiful view of Hal Ion nn.l the Minini Viillev. The homeblead lot incliiili.s flitv acres, with a Large & Well Arranged Dwelling, nrnutiriilly and rhurmlngly located, a fine barn, c.urriaKe.houae, and ether oiit'bulliltuifH.mHKl .ll. .Intern and never-falling springs: ulo, fruit ol Tnnifii. nion. n.iu i'oi.i.w.1. varieties, utriiiiiiug a vlneyiiril aud orehurd In lull bearing. The im piiivcmenM on this lot aro manilold end vAliiHl.li', very dlirutjle und In the bent condition. 1'li.t. ol the elmve iimoertv can I hi .ecu at the .Shcrltr. ollice and on the prenilHes. n n i r.nain ur ma i.k. iinn-nnn uown, ami the balance ill five annual imvuicnt. willl latertiHt at six per ernt. from day of siilu. mlr, I'u'l'liuSii NEW ESTABLISHMENT J. F,. Lentz & Son, lnltnl lircthrcii llulldiii, North earn Cottinr Main ami Fourth, DAYTDN, OHIO, " Mftnutttr,tiin?ni and dealer In 1 BOOTS AND SHOES. Of awry ftcr.rlitlon. Thpvalwnm kii'no hnnrl of thlr ntrn nrntiii. fatoni. nnd tho lnHt sum wto k.u lnrir uMKorlinrnl of llootft, HhMn, 4iilt4tr, HItiHrai, lU'., lor Illdil H, minify, in nt and Inn wvnr, ami at iirx-i'si to Milt : o Um i v in. Itt'.;tii hiir dono nt hort aolit'vaml dnruldy. Thev will ifivo Hiitilio'liuii to Lht'ii- iOhl4min.v litlid lll piililio. CmJI , iLMdt j MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. ; MAYoit'M OF KICK, May 1H. im. 7b th Oitisrns of Dayton; In eotniillani'O with a rtMineMt mad hvtlm id 'lit aud mi'inlMira of Hit (Hy Itoanf ol lltdili ami niuny oHifrrittriiHolllHTii v, ..ld!1 A I'll AN KKNNKt, Aluyorot lHlon,dor!ttif thn rolo,vlnt; im-.m:i.amation : H'HKKKAH: Thrru h JiiNt mue to hidicvu Unit mullKiianlor InlVctloiiH dlrtffiftiaH an1 l'uitiiiiroii:h- '"B y, sain I nil iim (Hit 'ar i- .ssjiiiH llt'lllll'l Ml the m'st liosnilih inuinit'i' liO'cattfH.MicuuKt.ltolt'iii. lorHmttll 10, thn iim iter, tenant, hea I of iumlly. or iiroorU'lor ot any house, or 011 Idiaa.v lihin thu ItmtUof tho city, lit required hy thu lu und ordi nance of the t'ity. to huve, or pfrnnt. a hik-ii uh it iit known, through the reHirtoi' u u lnun, Unit itny pel-ton In or alKuit their prviiitrionliaN unv 111 it llKnant or inret'liiuii diHttHKi'H, ttiii'h a feimili ox. t iioiora. a yeiiow aK ui ihi inn 1111 111 h oromi. nout and eoiiHidmoitM diM' n tho jirt miei, to rve aa a wacniiiK thi puhlin thut eonliiKion is imar, Any paiitou jcuiKy ut' tliNplnrlng any Mich llax tiatll Uir rnuKj iir iniltliiK U tUvrv in toilirtdy reuiove.1, vt ill n nttoie to a it no 01 anil roku. All imyioeinii'", eoininniMmm 01 runai boat, una ill litoiMir of lMiHnliiiic houioi. tavoniti. and h1- tra nouiiei, are reipitred in acwrdane with r.- tion out-, of an ordinance rfKUluiing rt-jMnt-t In certain uaei, to riort. In writlnir, to tha ftluyor, wiinoui utoay.MTery vkkm woieu amy come w titetr I aiii'WltHiae. H Kinall im. or e.holfrH. oiTurriiiii or I oxlMtliiff within tho limit orvlelnilyof thbiMty, Itogruier wmi uia uamva turn runiitentie-01 unci, aueli eao. ; it n aUo required that Ota aronlt or ooiwIh of 1 faiiillieu will nave the motiiltum of tlmlr Iumlly that hint not Imwh, or In tho oidnlAn of their luintly pUyriit lHU require, it, vaevhinUduahoou an hmmII(Ii. All pefMOiiM htiTloir anv malignant or iMOiiaaloii't dlstjiihe Him rihull luavn It In, litr or their rMtuiH,itiid exjHjhe thi'iiiMelvVrt on the piililii- truetH, or K" Into any iioutt wot to iwnton win in in 'iiiiifrrrot uta, late aiil diaeiuto ltiore thev nhall liavo rticeivetl a certliimUi from wnue idi niciuu. that they am paNt any dinier ol lUMtiujfhtn, arb llahlo, ou Minviidton, to iiay a line ol not lenx thuu ten or more than fllty dolUr. . . . JONATHAN KKN.NKV, mitt ; Mayor of 1 my ion. NEW FUENITUEE and CHAIR ' s" WARE-ROOM, In lieckel Hall, 7-f Jeffcmon Slrrt t, , DAYTON. O.. Wtikkk wk n av k o r k k k ii a I new stock of S UKNIl tltK of Our Own Manofactore, From the best material and latest stylus. Ws lu vite the public lo give u. a cull. 1 . :'.,.f u 'n iKuftuim' jr. a. a, Jiiiotrxixa, IMIVSHIW AM) SlK(,K0., OA-srTOJsr, oKio. ' urKK K-Iu Wurman's Hull. Unit (up stulrs), jeuerwou street, opHMite I 1111.111X iioiimi, f Aa permanently IncaU-d In liiiy Lou, and will ir lie found at his ollice utal, hours, ecnt when I piolefsionully alHHi.it, . . Julilll ATLANTA HOUSE, No. 20 MARKET STREET, ' DAYTON. O. ' BoAKDINO B1 THE WEEK AND at fci A LH AT A I.I. 1IOUKH. f:lioUa tiaara ud luquora at the liar. ,1 Lunch Jit'ery-Uan at JO o'rlork.' ' . J A LUil WAUIillNICIt, aprl-SiD Proprietor. LKOAL NOTICI-,. , ll pursuitnceof anonlerof the 1'rolniU.rutirl of I I Aliiiilitiunery County, Ohio, 1 h ill oiler for hulu 4l nubile uiicllou. on . t- iMitwriiuy, Jime .ui, in.u, . , llettveeu the hours ol tut. and lour o'cliN-k p ui , II. Mil, Llll, I, I in.'.. .IK Hill.'. U Chl ill' 1 r,ui.lu,. on the ttoiinty line rua.1, thu folluwiuir .l.'.critic real e.iaie. .ituate in .ui.i county or aimittfomery, Ui-uil; lli'icilillluir eleven pules ami three links from tliu wioliuti lliuimut td tlte tuHilhwet eoroer of the muitliisei.t ipinrU'r of hecllnu No. .ix Uiwii nhlp Ihree, ami ol ruti(u four, en.t; Ihence iiortll ttve th'srvea. twenty les, lo a onriHil llieui e uurtli elKhty Mvedi Kroes, east sixteen poles u a corner; thence south ttve decree., euht twenty pole, to a coiner: and thence south ela-l'tv-llve denrees, l sUIih.ii poles I., the pl,u e ol Iwulu ulnir, t!oiilaluiiia two ucre. of land. There I. i.k.ii I Ix, preuilm a Kid dwelliur. hutiae, atnl.le sail oilier in. Ll. nil. Hon, aud s fenu ral variety ol iR.iiriuu Iruit IrtH., elc. The preiiiii.es have Wii u.nn,ic.l at four hun. died iliillar., and i nim.it M fur leu thuu two. tin rata uf Mint am.iiiiil. Terms of sulellne-thlM cai.li one-tldrd In una year , aud one-Uurd m two tr.r from tbiy tT .ala, a 1th interest, to be aecureifliy mortiftiMtt iumiii iua premi.es. .UlbKI'll WilXHUN, Ailuiinistrutorof Henry Wllleia, dt.:eau,d. tJsoaiis W. slut nit, A llorueyj jiiSi.dl.wK Treasurer" Notice. qillK. TAX I'AYKIls of MoiilKomnry fnunly Iv. i .a . iniio, . are aiarehy aolillcd that the last lu.tall. Intent of Tehee r the year IHrtfi mu.t In paid Iiy the SUlh day of June, INS. T he uUltai will ae opea at hall pa.1 sla A. M .and ulowi at Ore I' lopeu at half past sla P. At ,aud ulose at eiahtl' .. and citato at stsf al.-m. lopeu at half past sla t. At ,aud ulose at eiahtl. M. each ilay Iroui Uils date, aulll the suth of tliu In.t. lur the purpuMiwt reoelviiiK laaea. Yuur time is 1 short, mouey precious me aioi.a and svota t llAMHl. BTA1.KV. aloi.a and svotd i penalty. rfuua ii, iods-obws Tress, uf Uout. Co., O.