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CITY AND SUBURBAN. WARD MEETINGS. The Central Committee ha delrnatT Hie filliwln( lcin fur the Ward WeH liijra, Ut he liolil on a Thr$day Evening next, Augvtt Ota, to appoint delegate to the Drmocratie County Convention, to bo held In Beekel Hall, on Satnnl.iT, the 11th : fYrf Ward Enjrlno Hntuw. Second Ward Iliiirgott' Olflrc. Third Ward Vnlln.iidij;liam' Olllee. Fourth Ward Engine limine. Fifth Ward Central Knlne limine. Nirth Ward I'ikIHc Engine llouae. Ncrr nth Ward Walnut Street Honw. Eighth 'Ward Kraukllti Street Houoe. - - Masohic NOTicit. The Brethren of AySt. John ant Ihiyton Lodjre will SNmect at Masonic Hall to-morrow (Thuinday) at three o'clock P. Jf., to at tend the funeral of Ero. T. Kroadlient, of Lima I.od";e, No. 20.. lyEvery liody Is having tlielr shirt made at Fay & Mofteeliln', anil ther all get aatipfartlon. In Luck. They are delighted, down at Oxford, Butler county, with the Informa tion tin-tone of their townsmen, S5r. John Wesley Cooper, ha fallen heir to a portion of !,000.000, lea by the decease of a ivlii tive in kiiglund. Air. Conner' share of this Immense fortune will amount to about JOO.00O. Ilium ok Juimik Swain. Our citizen were surprised and pained, this morning, to hoar of the sudden death of Charles U. Swain, I'm., Cashier of the Dayton Na tional Bank. He died at his residence In Miami City at nine o'clock Inst evening. For many year past. Judge Swain was a resident nl Day ton, and had filled several highly honorablo and responsible positions. In the early days of our city, he was among Its most efficient slid prosperous business .' men, and always, by his upright and con ilstent life, enjoyed the confidence and es teem of his friends ana neighbors. He died at the advanced age of aeveoty-two years.- He was an estimable christian geu-,- Fenian, and his memory will bo cherished by his numerous relatives and friends. ' HTChildren'a Clothing at first cost, at the ftafile Clothing Store,. 118 Main street. WOkDRBtrtlL KsCAl'K VROM IKATII.--The Columbus Waterman has an account of the . falliug out of a window of the fourth story ) of a house In that city, or a little girl In a somnambulic statu. The child la about nine years old, and on Saturday night, , about twelve o'clock, got out of her bed, went to the window, and fell out. In her descent she struck one of the Iron rods used for the support of an awning. This rod ' gave way and threw her out from the bouse on to the pavement. Singular, the ; child was unhurt, save the scraping and blistering of her hand, and the knocking r out and breaking of two or three of her teeth. There w?ro some scratches and braises on her face, an abrasion of the skin on her breast, and a bruise on one of her knees. ' tyjust received, at Vuj & McGochbT: A frenh lot of Bows and Ties. Something new, just out, for standing collars. Call and see them. Also a nice new lot of sleeve buttons Fibk. About nine o'clock last night, a Are was discovered lu tho Machine Shop of Bomberger, Wight & Co, on Fifth street, near the Railroad Depot. The tire origin ated in the lower story of the building and most of the contents were destroyed. The amount of the damage we have not ascer tained, neither to what amount the prop erty was insured. A horse was bunted in a stable on tho premises, which, we under stand, was Insured in the Horse Insurance Company f this city. The steamers were promptly on hand, and succeeded In saving the remaining portion of the buildings and property, their efforts being mainly di rected to a part of the building whk-h con tained a considerable portion of paints, oil, benzine, &c. To their successful efforts In this direction may be attributed the saving of a much larger amount of valuable prop erty. The Are U supposed to have been the work of incendiaries. DAYTON, o. AltE PREPARED TO 8KUVK AS AUCTION KKKiHn country anil city, or will null 4uoda on cuiisiKUiucnL. .1. K. fill ItlSTOI'lIKU and DAVID CLARK. I foh9t-vf(f ' A llctinneer. Merchant Tailoring. New and Fashionable Spring and Summer Clothing, ROSE "&STERN, at. 3DS Third Nlreet, (Onottoor West of l'liumU lloiuu.) A UK now receiving their nun-It Mfjrrlng and Sumiuor CUtthttij, cnilti-tu-inx all llitt ii,hci lltid mint, liudlioualilo MtvluM. Tlicir uir.k is 0114, III' the litri;cl anil lienl iu the city.itutl llm ltooiIii have been m-lcetod xire,iiidy lor lliii, iiiitrkol. Their ilortmeiit uonKima of Coat. I'.-tnLa, Vent, Hum mer Huits ol' eleg.tut Ktyluaml flu ih, unit it general assortment of etlln!na, Furnishing (IooiIh. In CUSTOM Ell WORK they enn not lie ei celle.l. U:ivlnrr eiiiriltfeil ;w eulhir, Mr. At:;l'ST I.OUKK, tule iu Iho eiuiluyor I. Kloiler. Me it well known to the i'ili.eii.-,iit litvtHi ua oik nf lite hest in Jiin line. The ,uftlit v of their ko,mI Im nil rivnlleil. unt their prieoa Htmll Imi wneh n to Rive HI I.I, HATlSVAlU'lON to their euntomnm. fliCull mid eKiiiiliun our itHMirtiiient, lieforo IHliTliaMiiijr etauwlieiv. suil you will Hint that we t-.l.l. IiOOIis I.OVV Kit Ihitn IhoMin lio Innutt no uuii'lt ol low iiriuua, ami thee ,-l lusher limn nnr buly uImi. . u,,u.,Ki '$25. Bartlett Scwias Machine. $25. Til .KNSKH uniler natenlKof llowe. Wheeler J Wilsuii, (.rover A. Ilakor. Hint tfiuger .1 Co.. on. I the only dtunii muohiuu in Ihu H lilteil Mtnlob living tho rlpht to una tho Wbuolcr 4 Wilaouor Wfl uitnt AirimlH ti.wli l er month, or ulliiw larKoiimiuiioiij Will my fifl Ui ... " ,,iuii,iMn. mil oulum, I erius, &a, eiu-loie tilnnin :ml i.l.lr..uu 01, mmniuni, Ml Mil iikiu lor W lle. hll.. 'of Cir PAB KltO'l'MKHN, (i,-nral L-.-ntii At either of our uiltnus, riitlmlnloliiu, 1' Toli.io Ohio, or St. lmiR. Mo. ' "Suw wltltiloubluor niiiglo thrwul.' &UtUt rJ6'": alBiliiiiwiuiT .- I m Who Wanta Bargains, tVParents should csll at II. Hchwarx' f.?J.t?cc,,re Z0 bl,rKlns lu Chililren's t lothlne, 118 Main street, three doors south of the Market House, . ii Bmt's Filtkrs Phici Kkiiced. In or der to aecaminodato all clasw-s who desire to have pure driuking water tills warm weather, M. fkat would aunounee that Im has mlueed the price of his siierior Kilters to 18. This will place tbem In the reach or all, ana uo fumily should be without one. Jyiaatf Ir. Worms' Mineral Lemonndo for the Cure ttt Cholera and Cholera Morbus. Of. Worms Is Physician In chief of tho,Mil itary Hospital In Faris. and has used the Mineral lemonade with surprising success in the treatment of several hundred cases of Cholerine and Cholera In the recent epl demies In that city. In a paper read before the Acidml de Medietas? he says, "the success of the lemonade so far as cholerine is concerned has surpassed my most sail gulne expectations, the diarrhoeas accom panied or not by vomiting, being arrested and cured with a promptness altogether surprising; and when my colleagues will have been able to convince themselves of the marvelous rapidity with which this lemonade arrest the evacuations, raises the pulso and the nervous sysieat, warms the skin, and gives the patieut the feeling of health, I doubt ant they wtl' , srticipate In the C4mfkl.iice with which its long usage has inspired me." The Mineral Lemonade Is prarcd by Dr. A. Oeigor, from a reel pie luruished by Dr. Worm, and may be obtained, in a con centrated form for use in families, at his office, corner of Firth, and Jefferson streets, Dayton, Ohio. aug7d;it ' j tW Fay & MeGechin'a shirts are good and worth trying. KCCIJCSI iSTIO AJ. DlHl-OYA LTY CKOrTINd Out. The Evangelical Ltithernn Synod of Miami met' '111 annual "Convention on Thursday ' last.' in Tippecanoe, ' Miami county, and closed its sessiou on Monday of the present week. This Synod, hereto fore possessing a very good reputation for loyalty," and anxious In former years to avow ita sympathy with the Covernnient failed at the late meeting to make any de livcranco whatever nil tlds 'great essential Question. What does it meanP Am the brethren backsliding t Why are they silent now iu regard to a matter on which silence heretofore was looked upon as evidence of sympathy with treason t ". One year- ago this samo fynod, by unanimous vote a rising vote at that adopted the following resolution ; ulte$itlved. That we now, renewed!)', as citizens, as ciirlxtianH, as a iiynou, iitiii-ni our most hearty sympathy with the inter est of the Union, as well as our support of its enter executive, Andrew .lonusoii, in whoso ability, integrity and patriotism we nave undivided coiiiiucnco. Why this omission of an avowal of a pur pose to support the President now when he is most iu need of supiort, when he is do lug all he can to defeat the enemies' of the Union, the Stovenses and Simmers and lesser demons who follow In their lend P Verily, there must bo i screw loose some where. If Synods, and Conferences, and .General Assemblies quit legislating for I lie country, what will become of It? Is there not danger that it will full into the hands of the copperheads and go to sticks? ' ' -NT 97 GO Duck Linen Suits, Custom made, can be had at the Eagle Clothing Store, 1 18 Main Street, for 7 50 'out. l'ants and Vest. Tim Thikd Stkkkt Ni-ihanck. The County Commissioners manifest a com mendable disposition to abate the nuisance on Third street, between the levee and bridge. We would be glad to say as much for the City Council. At the meeting of the Commissioners on Monday, after full consultation, and comparing all the notes presented, the Board rescinded Its previous agreements regarding the matter, and then decided to appropriate 910,000 for the pur pose of the necessary repairs at that point, provided tho City Council rescind . what they have already done, and agree to build a substantial iron bridge there, which should have simn enough to pass all the water which may pass at that point in time of freshets. The public will await, with considerable anxiety, the action of the City Council tiTNow is the time to get a well-fitting shirt and the place is at Fay & Mctlechin Ali.cn Found Ouiltt. The trial, of Henry Wilson, alia B. W. Allen, for biga my, closed at Sringtleld on Saturday. Able arguments were mode for the prose- cutiou by J. C. Miller anil S. A, liwmiin, and Ingenious anil careful pleas for the de fense by Gen. J. W. Kcifer and J. K. Greer. The ratter gentlemen were appointed to the duty of defending the accused,, by the Court. Tito Jury, after soma, hours' del (It eration, returned a verdict of '-it)ii.TY Tlie 8pringtleld Jiepublic has given full de tails of the trial, which excited much in terest in that community. The charge of grand larceny Is still pending against Al len. This consists of his having been en trusted by a banking institution in that Ttowu to draw some lO.OUO at Cincinnati which he appropriated to his own tisn, and alleged that he had lost or had been roblicd of the package lie has. so sir. rnu a pretty good carver of vilkiiur. RTThe oldcet citizen of Oxford Ohio Joseph Bonrgoiu, died there a few ihiys siue. For a number of years ho had been a teacher of modern languages in Miami University. His life .hud been eventful Uo escaped front Franco to this country iiuriiig tno r rench revolution, having been outluwetl on account of his opposition to J the reigning lowers, lie and his brother, Nwilh other French refmnw. out 11.. I l NI loulshina for a numlM-r of years engaged "in agricultural pursuits. ! tlTThe 'ooiiscience fund" of the Treas ury Department, made up of coutribiitioiis gfroui small Government plunderer (, now ainoiinU toupwanU of (sO.OOtl, all ofMbh-h has be-ii received since the war, from con- li. i t r 1 L-1, n , i u ..... : saries, and shoddy contractors. Hartford J Timet. When Bob Schenck hands his ill-gotten grab over the fund will reach (U,0uo I It , will never reach tlios resiecUble figures, "'however, If noltody'a conscience irets orlck- re ed be fire Bob's. ill T 11 - ' .1 1 ... . .... mini i u, i ue iiKinuutl Eiuruirtr hi of this morning, says : "It is suited by those J who profess to know that before the week 1 is out the heads of several Fetlerat olllecrs u, In tills locality will suffer the official guil- tuune. ii is inouimi in at a clean sween will Ite madti of those who turn tin their noses at the President and his policy of INudtcatiou and restoration." HTA nice young lady named Ann Rods-era. from Chlcaim. visit!. rt .u drunk, and was arrestod In Cincinnati very lately. Hhe accounted for her coudltion by asserting the poor quality of the whisky sold : aud acornMl tha i.i be made tipsy by only seven good whls- W"A dead pig, whose proportions have been considerably Increased by tho hot weather, now occupies the filthy pool of stagnant water on Third street, Just westof the levee. The perfumi arising from the decaying carcass of his defunct plgshlp Is immense, hut not very pleasant to those who are obliged to pass that Interesting locality, ; ' : i ' Question. Why Is It Hcbwarr sells so many goods? Because he sells the nicest made up, keeps always on hand a large itock of custom made Clothing, and more esM?cially sells with a very small profit, and asks no two prices, at 118 Main street, sign of the Golden K-a-g-l-e. Deaths in Cincinnati. There were, In all, forty-nine deaths in Cincinnati, yes terday, of which thirty-one were from cholera, seven from cholera Infantum, and two ff out cholera morbus. . ! i For Sale. House and lot on Elbow Lane, 82 feet front by 2'27 feet deep. The lot is set with a great variety of fruit trees that never miss hearing, denies In abun dance, of every variety. Good IVaine house and stono cellar, stabling for cows anil horses, two wells of water and a huge wood-shed. This is one of the most de sirable pieces of jtroperty foe sale, in this city, and will lie sold at a barintin, as the owner is about moving on a farm, and pre- lers selling to renting the property. . .HUM htn.t, J til 7(11 iu licul Estate Agent. rrVThere was a fire near riprlnglicld, Ohio, on Friday, which destroyed the barn of Mrs. Creiglit, on the Crhaua mad. T.oss .1,000. , , - tWThe best chance to bnv iroods at New York cost, is at A. Siigarnmit's, 110 Main street. Kmimrk liuildinu. The sto-k eon- sisUof Iry tlootls, l aucy Goods, l.ailies' and Gents Furnishing Goods, Iloilery, Gloves, and Fancy Notions of ail descrip tions, lte ixwtctl In the large stores, and then do not forget toeit1! on him nod pro cure your goods at his small one. as von U-III I, ml If im;,ilu a.it;.,r....f,..- A V,,. oiirinaii, I try Good Agent. 110 Main street. Call early and make your select ions. ; r i i ,7 , t i ; i f n ; u7ti,t Announcements. t'Oll STY HhKKIFK. t". P. ltt'HKIt will be Mliuoi'lfi hy the 1 1, . no. cruts of ftcvei-al towuhitm, for sh.-iiff, kt the Comity Couvemion. uu8 ' ' - " COUNTY AllllITIllt. J. U. Mil Ki;il AN, ol Miami tou-,lilii, will lw illiorteil fort'oiinty Auditor, in the lieinoi ratii CouvFulion, on klatuiilny next, ly uo . .. . MANY I'ltlKSKS. t I.UKK OFTIIKt'OfltTS. Has. Kal'tnK: M A SON t'AMSAKY, of Mitttni, n tt t'aiiilelulc lor Clerk of tho ourt -, Mtlijcct u thu ilrciion ol' the Hcntoriutic lAmnty fnre liou, to ite helit on the lllh iieit. suS Miscellaneous. NOVE LTI 13 St For Summer Drinks. Lemon Syrup, liue Aile Hyriip, HtrawlHjiTv Syrup, JUnplK"! ry Nyi'lit, Itltu-LlM'ri'v SyniiK CryHt. Fruit ExtrucU OYSTERS. I'if klfd, in rIhks jura; Core, out) ami two mhid can; SpiciMl, out mid two iHiuml ciiiH; bit1 veil O'cltK-k liiiucn.two imiuiiU i'k OHEES.E Wotitorn Keserre nlectc4; Umburg; KwiHK; A Iho. Flavoring KxtmrtA: l'iiinur Vni-tt liv. Ur: Ihmton Taltli Halt, tlotihli niiiuil il.iK im.trsA Merrill if ; llonlctinx UUvt- Oil. vfiv fin." (h ,. lute (Krnfh hh.I Aiiifrinni) ; KicikIi MtiUnl, (iu Juin ftiid Logs.) . , . , J. V, NAUERTH & BON, "in tiilSm ' lo3 Mala Street. Miami University. Iill K not M.nlon or tain laslituLluu will be . oieiir.lou MONDAY, THE1JTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT FACULTY: , K. I,. SlTAN'I'OSI, I. I rrel,1ent. mill l'ro- ress'ii ol lou-lle. OiiiI unci Moral 1'lnlie.oiihr O. J ioviiahu, 1. 1.. II., rroleiMjl'o! hnt I'ttl Sei,-uee. . H. II. HINxOP. A. M.. 1'i.itiiMir of lue .Latin ltncunre aiel l.ileratiiru. N.W.ncMHLAU,.A. Mi l'rloMir of Blaine uhiii-h. J. B.Ml IXHJ.A M., l'itifcHr of tltutjleek I'tiiiKlinffe ami Literature. HOBI HT I'll KIN I II:, A. n ; I'lin.il.al of o ixi Miutni ot'nooi. In sililitiim to infllritrlion in the nluivu lli'ioii-t. menu, the J'ruuUM- have pniviilct lor A Course of Lectures on Law, To Im ilelivereit hv neveral ilistiuguinhoil gentle men ol the iMXtki l'rofeH..ioii. Ilosn n't of thu U-ci-Ulme. the iiriTilcires of 'ie liuiveiHily ulieretl, I' ll EH OF. JUM'JiSh;,,- To all Perepns who Served la the Army of the United Statos KKIIM OHIO. Willi. K HINDUS, ilurinx tin) iu. tx-nt war. The bullilinn are linileriroiuir Ihoi-ouirh reniiir. at an exisaiiM, of Miverul thoukiiuil ilolUm 'l iu. teM hihI Aiuiunl are takiiis vlorotiH moat-nre u, iMrgvly iuvi'VdiM) thu emlouuieul of the Uuiveitily. TKKMSi In the four rtulur elntiea, Mr annum . m W lu Hie Uritimuar s hMl. per aiiuuin dUW lulke KithUml KiuuiiUc LX'iutrikitfUl er oil nit m . W) to 40 Foi ewh 1-4MINI. txr Annum.: .... ....... . W Ut .to MniriruiaiHliMii ft 00 I Koi rmre ui buildiltjo' I ( Ijltrm y Itw I w Uw lM-.liirttM oih'u Ui tltoHt iu all Uiu IN imu l. oifiiU, without aiiiliUtMiul t.ii.trictt. fc'ur further iiiloi uiiiou. huIlI idm juiv lAuuilMir uf lh Kruliv. o&furd, Ohio, July, 1M4. jyjo Rosidence at Day ton View for Sale TIIK uaUifrhiKiHMl uffen for .tl hi irent i-m-IImm', ruilrft4riur ntfr two wr ol' Uul. NittiouMl m u utaoi-i wnlk fnmi Uniu Miitwl 'IVi uin my. lUftui0 uiity ho t'ichuuKHl or i(uul, if not wii4i. jyltUaw J A II K4 M. SMITH FI.ANKS- iMallkliKU, twisted with BetAuest ul uraaiHi uoaa, at THB KM l'l it K Htraal Job IUwi, ANCT SHOW BII.T..1 larUountr; MerrkaiiU, neatl? nriatrU at lite ' KMI'iltK Htui JskKoaai. Business Notices. tHK?TOR . STltH ,ANIT3 DYSPEPSIA I Tr. Stbicki.sho'b ' i Tome Is a eonccn rafed lirepanttleti of Kootsand Herbs, with Mitiaclds and eariiiluatlres to st.rynrtlien tho stomach and nervous svstein. It Is a certain remedy for l)ysierlB or ln(il(riw- uon, nervousness, i.ossol Appetne, aciiii- ty or the Htomacli. Klsnilency anil Kelilllly It Is not alcoholic, therefore imrtlenlnrlv jutted fur Weak, Nervous, and lyss'iitlc persons. Forsnlo lv nil Irii";rltHi every where atll er bottle, . CUKH KOH 1MLK8. Dr. Strickland's PILE REMEDY! lias cured thousands of the worst eases of lilind ami lllcctlinsr riles. It elves linnic- tllate relief, and effects a pemianant euro. Try it directly. It Is warranted to cure. f or sale ny all iiruinnsu at (u cm. nier iMittle. lr. StrU klaiKl'M COLKJH no . MO UK. MKLLIKLITOtlS 1 COUGH BALSAM is warranted to b tiie only preparation known to cure t'oii);lis, Colds, lloitiseness, Asthuut, WhiMuiIni; ( ottuli. Chronic font: lis Constiniitlou, ItriittehitiH and Croup, llc- injr prepaivil Irom llouey itnil llerhs. It is lienliiifr, snlleninir. ond cxM'i-ln-Hliti(r. and parthiilarlv stiittilile for nil afliH-tions of the Miroat anil I.tinirs. 1'oi siilo by lriiL"Kisls evervwhero jiin.1 , Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. tisfTo take effert .Inly IS, lHSS. OINClMNVrt. HAMILTON AND DAYTON. Leave.. Arrive. S 411 a in .t'l IK) A 111 . 5 :1JA l 111 . 8 -Ml i ill .. 1 .115 111 ( ine.iuiiHti aeeoiumoilatlon k m 1 : a in S 40 , in 1 III l IU 1 -ill i 111 hiistern Kxpi-eii! I 'Ineiiinuti sei'oiuuiiHltition . Ai'.enuino.Htlon JKnurenH t'ini-.innnti Mail ATLANTIC AND OIIHAT WBSTKRN u nn p in t in am F.ait-rn Kxpred S 4!i ft in Nlltht Kll-B . ,:INIIU " DAYTON AND MfOIItOAX; 8 5t) a ia' Hitmen liil . l it) a m VSI6 p m I'hii-AKoanil Detroit Kprun . Ullji in . , ., DAYTON, XKSIA AND COMTMUI S. 7 4(1 ft m lavtn Acronmiinlation II :40 u iu lt):W a in Kati'ru Kxiro4ti 1(1.14 a m 65 i iu Mull II (if. ii in U (16 p iu l'ltthitri; KxiireHS , U:ti6 i in INDIANA CKNT'L AND DAYTON AND WK8TKIIN. Ill 'JO a m ltirlinmiiil ami Imli.in.iii. Kx ... I) tin p in 0 15a III Uiehlliouit mill t 'liii-UKO Ace.. . 5 :'I5 p ill U:UI)piil luiliuliitiolih H CIlieoKO tx . . .10.15 a ill " '" SANDtMKY AND CINCINNATI.' 8 50 n iti' imrton Ktpress .: 1-flS am U :l0 p hi NiKltt Kxpre.-s XKilpin ' . DAYTON AND UNION. . ttrOil n ni Accommodation 5:110 p m 1:(K)MI KxpreHB 10:45 a UI Ijf.ave every moi-nlns' exeunt Monilava. IKxpreait at,ip!i at Miilifletowuaiul Hamilton only t riume roIiik aton the 1 :10train niiint procure ttekeu lu'lorusp in. J. I. 'II I.ONU, Aent. Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, July 20, 1866. . Until further notion the insiU wilt arrive and clone at this olllcc4ta follows: ' ABIIIVB. CLOSK. A. It r. M n ir. a II :'-'(l 1 1 so :S(I v. ;i :UI New VorkCllv New Ktiglntiil State 7 :WI l iucin ti.liiiii.ville Sashvillt i uii.eiei piiiii. 'enusvlvnnia '.I ml 5:4! :30l S 00 :0U SOI' tlftniiltoii, II A l. Wav 7 Ml :tK) Wheellnif, Baltnnore,WnU'u :!0 i :to i :i.ii loiinanu iHamit ... 7:l X Oil ;l'i((..ur-unit Xei.la . 1 0 tlUii llnHfanaii'ilm, luiliaua. 7'HI 3:M)il)luinliuii. Ohio 7:Ml! 7:00 9:30. 10 lir.j lltirt ut A Inil.CeutralWay 0 'id 6 :110 :.nr, i,-T,:inuii. ,11110.. 9 W 7:Will'hicar. Illiiioi. 7 :l 7:00 410Alliiiilie. A (irent WcHfuWaj I I II -'ll 11 wii JW 7:Ml! im I :.i" , iMiiuiillls YS nv "J: Kavum WeiU-rn Way 7 IMnylon A Michigan Way. 4;i!snn.lui,kyVar ti. io,i.. too A l 'moil Wav I'l ltll Leliaroli. Ohio . II ( lolliKV W Alcx .lrl.weetli III IK) Vltl.(l.lllil.l'li:,uih'ir.TlleN..H.-tt u a 10 .00 ll uioil, Utile Vork,Ui-weeklyil'4 u Olll. e h.nirH 0h u at 7 A. H. ; close tit 7 r. l Huiuluy 0ieu Iruiu V a H to 10 4. 11. WM. K ( OMf.V, r Business Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. POST OFFICE, DAYTON, OHIO, July 20, 1866. House Furnishing Goods. House Furnishing Goods Van Ausdal, Harman & Co.. 74 Dlttlai alreet. Have just received a large stock of New and Rich Patterns, Body Brussels, English Tapestry Brussels, Threa Fly, Superfine Ingrain, : - . . Wool Dutch, ;.'. . r Tapestry Ingrain, Hemp and Rag CARPETING Which they offer t NEW YORK PRICES. IXDIi MATTIXfi. r0f! MATTING. 1SD HiNlliU HsTTINU. Floor and Table Oil Cloths UAftSKlt.l.KS, IIONKV I OMIl AI.I.KN'OAI.K Countci'pancsi ffirh Terrv I 'iirliiitis. i;ill f -j.cl...w ) Si. ten. I,. I l.ace (airlaini,. t iirtaln lnim, .ftni ue liais V ui'tniiiti, W iii.low slcutes. t n ll ui 11 llainai k. - Winnow llollan.fi, NoltiiiKliiuu I'lirtaillH, t ui tatn llanils. I lit lain iimn, Curtaia T-c!" ARi.r. Ann iitsi run u, TOW IS, KIIKIJTIOC.ti, KAI'AvlNM, Vt Low Prloos. . Jt'ST im::i:ivki A haudsoiiie afeaoi'linetit or HtaiupiHl tiilt WALL PAPERS. hew atyle Fnxo ami tiilt Decorative Paper Hangings, SM'tS WAI.I. I-AI'KRS, CtHIMON WAI.I. I'A. I'ICIt, VV1MHIW I'AIKIt. IIIIK llOAItll I'll IN 'I'M CariM'ta made anil tint ilown W'imlow Hh.A... aiirll ornirea nut UD. Slut Olkurwoia einculi! ml holt uolic. VAM AISIIAI,, IAEA& 10., NEW FURNITURE and CHAIR , WARE-ROOM, In Ilerkcl Hull, 74 Jeffrriutn Slrrrt, WllRKB WK UAVK O f K N E I) A arw autrk or fl UNII'l ut ot Our Own Manufacture, Kron Ihe liektiuau-rial awl latrat at vie, w la vltti tlu." iHibtio to ft u call. ljM . Mj' A k K SON. Metropolitan Restaurant No. 171 Third atra-til, Adam Knocht & Son, Prop's. MKALS turainbiHl at all houn durinir tho da; aud eutuj(. Ihe lm.t of verythiu( th market affoiiU will U kiiiiltctl MINI II tfar? Huuila auU eduewlaT atom. ittS at tea o'cluva. JuMvw BY TELEGRAPH. Washington Matters. Washington Matters. WASHINGTON, August 7. Lieutenant dniiernl Sliermnn'S slitft Is onniior.P(l of (lie followlpp ollieem : Chief nf stair, Jlrevet Brif(li r Oonnral W. A. MelinlJ. Ai.N. lirevet Colonel K. M Saw yer. Itrevet Lieutenant Colonel L. M. lay I011, Itrevet Lieiileniint. Colonel J. C. A11 donreid. Brevet Jtrijriulier (ieneral Hohert I. Williams will succeed ()ener;i N icllols itn Anlstimt Adjutant In the War Kepurt meiit. A party of nine entletucil, iintoitfr tliein ;n:itors Khernutn and t iiinmie. will :ie eoniiwny I.icnU'i.snt General t'licrniun in his ennten pintcil trii over the Itoekv M nntnins ar.il the pi.il is. '1 lie parly will it.'irt f'toinSt. Louis en the Ji'ili inxt. 'i'lie 'l'rensurer of the I'nileJ Slates to tlnv received the sum nf (I 0. almost the w liole amount of which the Government. h:n lieen defrauded liv the fnrjferlp elmrjrcil tijioii llllani llingifohl Cooper. 'l'he iiiiionut. wn.4 i-eeeived In two certili e.ites, ono on the. Kirst National I'.unk, I'hilailulphia. torf ir.O'K). anil oneoii Adam-Kxpte-ji Conipmy lor $'(i.(xi. 1 he t'rcsiileni 'lid not make any appointment--of oHii-ei'S to-ilsy, , A riisp tlcli from New Orleans daleil yes terdnv, says tlnit rchel Mae;s were not hois tod during tlie r.ot; thai fiem-ral Sheridan has niaile an example of the rowdy w ho at tached a pe.ieealile nej'i'o to-lay. 'lue I lost in funeral pawed n!V tpiletly. -i :, iitaiti lint, a lilt 1 tan olliccr in lii'nes 1 an h, w.,s a.'.susutuU'.l a few days a.-r-i. The Johnson State Convention. COLUMBUS, O., August 7. a. c.c hleil in N-iiiejIit-.-n's Ha'l lliii 11 nit,. n;;. The aUennsnco i- ciisrnieiy lar .'e. :;i, kiee; very little ol txtinAspia! in 11 it 1 11 1 .., ,oilie Ahohtion Xttito Convention l.tt .f 111 and is supei iorin apiieram e and nhilily. llin following; were the oflleers of the 'onven! ion : President Ocnrral S. A. Strickland. Vi e-pr '.si lents Tin 11. Cook, Gem t il .1. V. Cumutins, L. A. Harris. General A. i. .Mc Cctm. Secretin ie. I apt. liu I.', K. l;owen and I'.'iouel John l.eary. ' Colotie: I,. A. ilar '1 1 read the f i'.'.iiw iiij; resolutions, which wore applaudeil. and re forr.'tl t.,i Tiie tsi n iniii.er on Kcro'ii' m : ii'''.'i(r. it '1 Sett Ihc j'.'-e-M. ipiesi :oit i,' ihe day 1.' the pi'.-ieii.-.d rt ito'-.r'n-nof l:ieS ntes lately in relieiiioM to their Cor.-ittiit':,'r,al rights hi the 1'ntmi, and Mint a i oilier po lilica; ipics in. 1 otil.ii. iiiiK" ;,.' , -iiSor.il-nnte therelo: I hen f; re Jlcmilre l, Tl.ai. w'd'c we arc willing to lltiiU' wi:h ad courorviitivc liien l.-ri.lic pur Ki" .if sc. nrin;; lie iiuim-tliat ninr. imi iil'liiyal repi'i'seul itii't1.; to 4 'tn r-i..--, we are index, My opi-osc-l to iinitic", wiih any exi .tli.,i pin ty. hut w iii meet I.i ( -iiivi ntiiii, mid ad. .tl. the lulls, wiihniH. n eiud to an teci .!ci.ts. Willi all men w ho ire in favor of the p. i'lcipl". nie I. object set forth ill tho cull lor ihe Notional I'nion Convention to meet in Philadelphia. Aiifrti-t. IStsi. It, was aiiuo'iincct! that ilicrc was a letter in Ihe Convention from the llmi. 1 hoinas Kwiiifr. and, on 1110M011. Colonel Council, in whose ssstSHioii it, wa-. was rc.iu.ied to read it (o the Convention, wliieCwK did ttinid eonsidcniblo applausn. lh letter is atlilresKfil 1 1 Hon. O. JL Browning, ami is iiiit.n lengthy. Mr. KwIiir arcjnes the (inesiion of restoration at leitiri.ii. and w ilh force, denounces the course ot the H.'idieaU in C'ner"ss, condemns the. trial 11 ml execu tion or ( it. '.ens hy nillltarjr eoinniisHions, dmilits (he Ciiiistittitionallly nf the laws of the ruiiM "onc;rei,s, ml inilorses the policy of Autirew Joliiistiu. At too eoni lusioii of the rcadlno; of the letter the than V of t'ie 1 'onveui ion were ordered to be returned to the vener.iide stulcsiiit.i for 1:1s words of wisdom. At the Afternoon session, tlir delegates were apiolntetl. Tile da',es;at at iar;re are Hon. 'J'hnliiB.t K vir;, Co'.oue! L. Ii. C. n:p he l, Geiiert:l J. 1(. .stenilniiin, lion. iVilliam S. Gni(l). ck. Alternates .lames II. Gei-jre-. M. I'.. Wnile, Cnlnncl ). C. .Siovil'e. '1 hniiiits Mheriock. 1 he Iicleiralcs for the Third 1l frict are (leu. A. Jk-D. McCook, ! 11. lurid ; V'.i.-d. Altenuilcs, Major' G T ! n: an I Ali.-er. 1.. 1). ( nniphei!. fr.-iu 'l e 1 oicii -it e lie-ulnt Ions, inado a resirt ispr wiu. ti er t' e re-'oh'tions ot voloiici iiurriit, o vet' above, its the seulimetiis of l'-e C-.n v.-n iou. ll was siso r .-olvc,l lint the Crnvcn'.inn imloi -c tl call fur a Nidi mal (iitivn'.in, atid "lec'ariaK that ihe irnttUiulo ot the ra tion Is iii:" to the soldiers anil sailors. The resoliii:0!i was ndontcil. v. rth hut one oti- Jwtlon. 1 tie following gciitieiuen were apjioinU'd a HI ale Kxccijliv.' Ccuiinitree; I.. A. Har ria, J. J. yiiliinriieoiloieC.iok. 1. l:.('looti, :. y . Min phy, A, ILi kcni.ioji-r aid J. K. Jiiii'lniinli was dudon -tcd as the Tio.nl quarterr.of the ccniitiiilce. and the tin e of me "ting fixed on the first 1 invdny i:i Sep tember. Mr. Camnhcli oiPcred n res-i'iit'on in. Mti'tietiug the Slate Central Committee and the r.xeciitive Committee In meet in Cin cinnati on the first 1 nes.lar hi t'cult inlicr. mill iiiiiiiiii.ue it Slato tieket or , a'l a Male Convention for that p'irposc. Colonel Moiilton o.iit cicd with v imth lei :.ne Rir:jruin; ot tins '.ine:qitvted iroio sit'on upon tlie t (iitveutini!. Mr. .aiiilie.l r"iued : li.iiily. ,.... i,. Iiiiii, mid would l.uve, no tr.iinitiei . :',i:i would hind Mm in vet'1 for the liolil on Stale tli Viet. Mr. t'.iiniilie'l mo Idled l.U r tiintiiin -o art to iiutliori.e tlie eotiMiiil'ee t-.i (i..-Mlei' the liriir1ety- of ealiinzaii ii n ( Vm .iiin-i. ( ;illi-l,!i Tit-le disel.-de.ti "i . vt''i I . .'. U iiideliiutily pott.uiii; l,.i.i itt n ilotvii. .t'ulonel Cumiell I'jioi e .'foto.-.t - tl.e is..'u.' ?i,nv, and n a, it i the d.-.'i ,i, iionil!viti!i a autuaiiekel. tieiier ,1 t iett-r m i e a liitie.' -im' eliirie.o i.i f vor rd'-v.ii't'i the k u.jni.r tin;j .i : -mi e In .e . I! ., a rJ)'l'i'ih'(l - ' ' 'i he r-(idiK ion w i n l.'-itmin !y :i The o ! ..;,iitti',i (o t'tt'l:i.i-l-'ii i lltoi i..i li to ll i .ii titi i.H i,. :i.e rcj, lion. Ii -I'dll .o;.U uli'in; ihe th.-iii.-:i of the t oin turned to t ie (.llii er of liu On in.it it: ii of ( nlo.it ! i venl iiet nttjoitnii d. - I In. '. : .t II ',,'', iv !."'. . tto i w r re- t o T id. t a v! ry : '!( tl .i id fato!'..)!; !.e i Lid, i . to ,l.,y. t iui , live (' in I'Hil'i, Well wlneh we '"' I' ! .i ;i!. In llicik vu. ii.ni-iiT"' therein on a!-.i llll'lll. 'i ll. are l-o.i.n d to-day liiej. y lour Nomination for Congress. MILWAUKEE, August 7. --ri'.fs roinl'i t'f;:pv l1ial I.' sir el noiu;iiuii'i' i h nil A. i.l- dridce for v'tutre- to-i .ty. Or, a. a. iwonxisu, PHYMU4H KW MIM,H O Kit K Iu WoriUAO ItiiH.lin ui i.iiiJ .It'Ot'i-Mi nini'i, iiiiiHt-iK riiu icx lliiit-ti. HAS itvrui.MH'tiily m Mi iun ih, i p.-wi-iiiu,illv ulrni. JuliitJ Wholesale and Retail Bakery ! i. JOTIikriiril,twt Utri I n ff rr luitt. J. NIOKUM A SON. UAVK ennvUiiilyou Imntl Kiivb IK.UKLKS ul uii LmiK, mi . bl'TTKR CH At KKKn UtA C KACKKKA, HOHTON CKArKKKft, TEA Ht ktUH, PIC NIC CIUl II KH. fAR ClUCKKliA, ItAv kuNH 8 AX l.r.MON .S I ir. jkkI.ilwiMl n-tttvtio tu w Uikli'hMit uivh4Mi A lull vuiitiW ot lr reU Jlivtui. 1 aku. wmj.. i uu- bUiitlv nn liHinl. H'MaiiiK auil ultifr purltm fiiriibbiM wtth oro mcuUxl Cdikoa, to onler. nwiiiiL MILWAUKEE, August 7. Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, August 7. Kt.orit There Is fpiitea good demand for the higher grades at full prices, but tho lower gi titles arc very dull anil difficult to dispose of. Trade brands of extra are sell ing at M iViKdinaft; fnmllv (it 9 HI lit) 11 'ir,. and fancy nt f il 1 3 ()("). Wiikat The otTerings are still light, but arc lncrete ing' extra old red, crnpof '4. Is held at ti Mdti 00; No. 1 red. crop of '(!5 at ti 3.(a)2.(; new red Is offering at from '!ll to 2 10; extra spring is saleable at 0-i IP. ConvTho market Is dull ; mixed shelled I 1: elevator Aonld not hi iMg over dOfHlc . ; snil Ml't'tl ear (Site.; while ear sold at flue.; while shelled in bulk, 011 elevator is held nt 7.V.. and scar e. Oa'i'8 Kresh reeelpu hrlnir IHhuilTo. for No. 2, antl 4-M..'ie. lor No. I. 1,1)00 bushels No. 1. sucks returned, sold at ISo. since our l"M. Kvk The market is dull and the demand is li;;hl. i'iiWHTh', is the range ftir No, J choice. G1toCKi.11. The market rules steady snil quiet w ilh a fair deiiiand at i",(,i;ilc. for lair to c-ioi p Itio cotlce; 1 2.4P..t-. lor i iw ";','"; L-(jK. for hard refine J, and S0(itj '.''. for I' 1 Kii'o MoliiAses. W.nsKY A quiet market with a fair de mand for bonded at i7e, and for duty paid at 'J -11. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, August 7. -i:. ( lit let at ll)7:i y 'piito c.i 'v, at 8ti'f,i ht cent, for 1. : t-cr'ing is rather more steady Mil!.". Gold Is without an r decided opt iiliig at M?B and iTo.dng ul Dry Goods. 'f'Tlk III A ritiPlls: lif nitvfAti anal ,,J " lajtwit auu D f t Y 3 O O l 5 S nv RETAIL AT AUCTION PRICES 1 ! At Our New Bazaar, a i.i Tllll(l STMCEt, n a v r o , u . C1IICISTOIMIKR & S1MIXM4N I'TKN' li.irc the iiie(ion nke,l "Itnde hello! 11- til Jill cull .ml ...... ml ... V A in mirciv v ii you iilmoat unlthiiii- oo necil Irom aliveillo In i W u-iiiii), Sl.'li llllle. or tllO hot V i uiifor in otei leu hecji open oooim f.oui em tv in the niorniuii until iiiiitto'chH k in ihe evenltih'. Are riMtlv (o wail uion all ho tovor us , ill, a call - Anil Il:ilt4-i oii.,,ts t,i plcnse. 1 lie mint olHlio ate laMu with case. Our stock con.iMs of STAI'I.K IHIY (iOOHS. all IhiiikIH .11 (he llilc ileelino in j-ru-CH. Hosiery in Full Variety. Men aud Boya Casslmerfs, (olionadrs antl Jeans, Notions and Toys, Boots ao:l Mioi-s, H rltlnS, oi I'sper ami Knrelopes. ( arpels, r arnlture-nrw and id kaad, Quvenswiire, Ac, JUvtiih's mimv ( hi ii k-. Ino nonierous m nirm Inn . He sell at biicIchi n Tues.,ijr. Tliui-silHV ami Saliirtlajf iTenlng, anil Nntunliiy woiuUnn . ljti'.lawtl GRANI)OIENING IO(MH) worth 9t Or y Goods To m rL'tAfletl at WHOLESALE PRICES TURNER&WALKER, (I.at Turnr, Mimi ft r.) No. :W, 0i!m HoiiHt Uiiyton, Will i-owutntcv on l hnrlMV. JulvlO, M'lliujr ut iilail Hi-1 1- tMitire Uh V of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, I rreicirntory to a rlnmire iu their limine. We have a iri-eat variety of .Ieirlilc Summer and Fall Goods. 'llii- i u ijilcinUil oiirliinttv FOR FAMILIES AM OTHEIiS Nec.liiiK (,onl for siiiunii'r anil Kali (i.e. -A-t Wbolenalo Prices) ! Special Inducements to Merchants ! TERMS--Strlctly CASH. Tl ItXKlt Ai WAIiKllli. Da ylou. .Inly n. lrJU-lyltslawtf SIIKIMIKS SAI.K OK A VAI.VMU.K -Mil. I. I'llDl'lJIi V AT .MlAMlsULKti. A.lam Sha.lo j superior (iunt, . m v" i 3HonlKtiicrv t aunty.Oii;,!. .IiHf ih Tai,cntl el al I asc 1114. IN iiili-iitiani.e or .in order or i.h!e, iniiil fn the nlKiT-t, rutf, itmi to me dii-eccil, w,ll otlec Hi Miitilic .ale. al ll:e iluoi- ot' Hie I ouct limine, in the city of llayton. on Snttirilti'i. Atiuuti 23. Isiia. Allan o'clock p in. tin, lollow :g p.tnt,. , wil : Hitit.-tl in Ihe coonM- ol' lloiili onicrv '.in. I (l.tteot lihio. .not knou'i lliii- ue-cni.cil 11.. 'i,- u I hi section. Incur lire ,,. 1 iui y ion ll one ail I I'.'llll-.' sn M. II 's, Hexinulnv 'it Hie iioi iliwr.l corner ol' -utet tom tl.iav one i:;i on theeKl tMiik of tlitM.n-nl 1imis. r.ver- lliumv it, il; the ne-on.i. ln,risi- (,3 w ttt) ' ikiu-,, 4'.' W 41 t K,lc loa-tnkc. IMn. s Si o ii nlnlollo imumn m ..( N., 1. on llui it'-. a l- l.'lion ll tOrt 11 -f Ml.lli.lllX ; ili,ic u M -. o H a oole I.. the n w m ncr ot lot No ,'!",'' " 15 ' l"'1"' '" " ' comer of :llil lot No (i: tln-ii t II Si , i e 10 Hilr ! Hip e n lei ol the kiiaim iu uMke thcurc hoi, lla-.-nu r or said fiiko a 4IM, e 4-J I ii.l, , lo the ,-,lK ih wali-r in tne Miami caoal Ui.-n.c will, n uiormu ol sunlcmal ll Hi, J c -S . Kil.-., i the U...UI lion f nection No 511: 1 1 u, c n Ml; . a wins ii.ilc, Ui Hit, il.-n-eol hi-hiotitiit;. coi.tiinu a eleven acre ami l !7 lien-lien, more or In: nvr.-calilv in toe urvev lli.i.lc he V I, tlc'inc coiii.i, s-irvi-voi ol kloiil. iroinery eoomv. ohm, Aoi-.iia imt And . a .toil A ni i'loitp llnrtl itit.li- I in. i to ih,' f. n o; tio.iiii .lioi-k. Oil o -I r s ll iv, o .i;i o it 'll it lollow. atoi i.n r..'li.i,jiiirji.,tit . 4 il l..i. No o , . ,, o.i , W .... - .,;.,.,.,. ., . yM None t.in,, il loi Ie ... tletti t n o.t lur,U tlu- aont-.n-,...! -.( In the f ort . on! -lining the f Icrrn acren ami 1.17 . ico Im i- the mm l,,-,,, ruu i,v ju,.,.,,!, -i',,.,. ,h -oi 'Ihc w inn ,M.iti t.niM' oi the rcry iK-vt on ill,- liver, llm il Ii.,, i.t .,-renllv 'Im-i'ii le- , Hie-l.-ioil ,.io .,t,i,-ot,, ,B , rt tl v.,Nh i.imi.tin , I'iii-iv i- aiiiii on t,c ici iho.ii a two .forv Inn-k I 'locllin I ue -loiiiul ioiko-i Iii with the mill it I Hie vcrv hi -t it 4.o' t IVim ol tale t AMI ! O ii. II n VVIIvN, Mo ri!!'. M'AK ( l.r A'u.iio - Jialuia lli'IllllT. . . 'lllK fi I- im titiil iln'.nt Aiilinie scourpn. is ,1 our .hoi,... anil the hro lino-. lilt ll'Ni Ik 1 w tir-'li rill fMi"rnllv HriM' with nut tivr-on if: " ImI -.Ik.1I we iu Ut IU' Mfnrtk ol this It'll 'lilhi i i Iim li . ii ii. 4iruici-violin. Iril ma. rv ami d.Mili i.i ii- tr ul .ni.t uiui.f to Biny Him--.nli'j. lrl.ii.' ' J it view oi ttie ikM-ri.-m-4 ol the )M-t, uur iiv..C Iv ! nWrvfl cK -iihui; cite cinrt ;iUiiiitii ii lH. I; it,,i,ih uuutiHttrjr Uai Di( liave dlwAii on hiiii'l re a I fctr uo Kauftnan's Celebrated Anti Cholera Bitters ! ! J'rnuouai'cil hy the hishct aolOoritu', to u, a CERTAIN ANO UNFAILINQ REMECY ! Ju thu nio-t avvere raiti of BUrrhra, emnry, ihelrra Mikak, : luriiiienl 1ugt of Oholora, ' Ami all Attimiiclt iotitihiniti,. kor tale hv lriia-. Jit eenetally s k A I I at A N V, in jiu l iaoinnali, O., Sole l'roirirlon. KK.MOVAL. ' 111 A V K moled mi on from Main St to room over at I'liini lreri, o,K,.ile I'IupiiU II.., i.e. I m ill annul (o the eIU-ctlou of th adtlittoiial Hcuntiea oatuiKllalMly. ami all other baNiuaa rv laiiiiKto the .i.i. In.,., ami Ihe wnlowi. ami Imiraol' k,il,liera A , cj-.iinn.of thit kiuii ara paid in Iketi oeiler. imthoiii who aiil early w all. of ooutx re coive their taoury Un,l. "''"4al M. P. NOl.AN IIOHACE H'lIITSEr, AHciioHrtv, lMYTON.Dlllo, 1 IT I I.I. try nale in low u or rnimlir ..r ll.a .,1.1 " l'ri-o-lo for large aalca and 13 for sniKllrr oaea. Juknw