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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
Local and Miscellaneous. Matoii's Count. There were no crimi nal cases lieforo the Miiyor yesterday. Humor Acciiikxt. We regret to stiito. thnt our "tnll" friend, Sol. l'utirbnuijh, met with quite A serious arcldontthis iiiorijiiiK While remoTliiR the blanket from hi, horso, which til hitched to in exprcos wagon, ho received I kick on his lejr near the knee Joint. The horse was rough ahod, and the corks on the shoo Inflicted a ncvero and painful wound. UTAH the stories about persons belnff inspected of the uiurdo of the young wo man. Rett, are iriotiudloss. Thus fur sua plclon has been directed to no one at all as having been Implicated In the, affair. The opinion of Marshal Hale, with whom we conversed last evening, is that tho young woman got hold of her brother's pistol, and, In handling It carelessly. It was dis charged, Inflicting the wound that caused her death. This Is probably the correct theory. Local and Miscellaneous. OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. The olllce of Mrs. II. Shertz, agent for the Hlngcr Sewing Machine in Becket t's build ing, at Hamilton, was broken open on Sat urday night last and tho sum of $ir0 taken from a drawer. No clue to, the thief has been obtained. Hog cholera still prevails In Ottowa county. The Port Clinton Newt says Mr. True has lost over seventy hogs by that disease this full and winter. The Grand Trunk Kallrond of Canada doing an Immense business. About $1,000, 000 is being spent on new cars. The butter and cheese shipped from Bunrb Hill Station on the Atlantic & Great Western railroad, in the months of October and November, amounted to 4U4.OO0 pounds . . , - i , , , . . A lot of wooden pipes purchased Elmlra, H. X, lias becnjirouglit to l'uines- ville for the nuruose of irivinir them a trial In conducting gas through the streets that town. , Intekkitinq Rklic. At a recent Masonic installation In Tlllln, Dr. J. O'Couner pre sented a Masonic apron of lamb skin, which was worn by General Washington. apron has upon Its face what is mason ically known as tho Master's Carpet, I ( arpct, uronze. iipou me icii. iiiwiu piinir is oftlie Latin proverb, Sit luxtt lux fruit" 1.A...1 a,,l,l let there lit, IWrlit ami tlinre was light." On the right hand pillar the Latin inscription "otitic, vide, tace' "Hour thou, see thou, but speak not give no tokon or sign." Tim Hoo Question. Tho Madison County (London) Democrat says Last week we gave an item about a hog weighing 7J7 pounds, gross weight bBinir killed at Siirinirtleld. Our friend. Jesse Coberly, Ksq, of Nowport, who and vavt tor the Democrat, and reads Such Items, informs us that he can go better on thut. A few days ago he slaugh tered, a hog which netted 608 pounds, 1 --r- weight being liven hundred 1 " ity-flve poundtl Let us hear lrom " WlUoriul brethren on the hog question. Hard to Bkat. Mr. II. Darlington a hog to-day, Chester White breed, which wcignea mne iiunureti ami tweniy puunus, live weight. Mnetville Bi(mal. me ttew 'Philadelphia democrat predicts that the ticket nominated by the Deinocra- cy on the 8th will command a larger num- " ' berof votes than any Democratic ticket has ever received in Ohio. majority and returns over ,even hundred linquent tax-payers. Holmes county 1,200 Democratlo majority and returns thirty-four delinquent tax-payers. A citizen of Urbanu is a loser, by disastrous failure of the Machine munufaC' tory, at Springfield, to the extent of $16,000, The Legislature at its last session made change in regulating the sales on delin quent lands. Persons purchasing which U redeemed within one year the sale are entitled to only twenty-five nor cent, penalty, instead of flftv as merly. 1 The "Mush-and-Milk" Festival, at Zanes- vllle. on Tuesday evening, was a bountiful and novel entertainment. old chaD remarked that he hadn t so ciilov- ed himself before since he was weaned, The oldest legislator In tho present eral Assembly of Ohio is Augustus L. rill, of Pickaway. He used to hold a In that body as early as the session of 40. In 184-t he was elected to Congress from the district composed of the counties or Fairfield, Pickaway and fayette. John Davis, of Cuyahogo county has with a terrible mlsfourtune owing to of mind. He manufactured whisky, and forgot to pay $8,800 tax on rinr lnir.l A hnlltlmiMs lii thn Sitnutn few days since passed a bill to give the of Cincinnati nower to Issue $11,000,000 Week "every male cltlzeuof the United of the age of twenty-one, who has engaged in the rebellion, and who have bceu a resldeut of the State one aiulwhocan read the Constitution of Ufa. ,.u 1.1- ,,. hull ... , . . j the qualification, of an elector, and be .1.1.. ... . . ll ..I.....!.,..- " w vubv a Kit mwuuMi bonds, to purchase the gas works, the terest and principal to lie paid in This is a repudiation of the legal greenback law, which declares ttiat all debtedness due, except for tariff duties, be discharged by paying the amount greenbacks. Hon. C. V. Culver, tho collapsed speculator and Had leal member of gress, lately released from the Jull of ango County, Pa., was on a visit to Ohio, his former homo, lust iSenfmel says "he was handsomely serenaded by the Ixigan bund The Cincinnati Commercial suys of Douglass, who lectured there, the night, that he is a man of about fifty of age, standing neur six feet in night, well formed, with hair partially nose. -'k mustache, and a mouth ting t . jess and independence. His tlrigulllcd, graceful and gentlemanly. Butiy (UrFrcd! A resolution was offered in the House of Representatives, yesterday, ordered to be printed, proposing to amend the Constitution of the SUte, [For the Daily Empire.] [For the Daily Empire.] When far away I Roamed from Thee. Whon far r, I roamed from tho, and on the waves, F slept. The rolling of (he billowy ssa Awoke me and I wept. I had dreamed of thee, and friend, and home, And awoke but to hear, the rough winds moan. And I heard old Ocoan roar, Around our orktng bark, I looked In Tain for the friendly shore, Por all around waa darki And I tossed aimut In the midnight gloom, Far, far from thee, and friends, and home. G. T. W. Southern Lunatic Asylum. Is Dr. H. Oundry, the gentlemanly and efficient Superintendent of the Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum, has kindly fur nished us with the twelfth annual report of that Institution : The Superintendent reports that the number of patients under treatment, du ring the year, was i!74. ot whom 121 were males and lr3 females. Ol these, (11 were discharged cured, B improved, 21 unim proved, and 6 died. Tho dally average of patients in the Asylum, during tho year, was 170. The whole number of patient admitted since the Asylum was opened September 1, 1H:S is 1.277, of whom 622 were males and (itili females showing a sur prising equality of the sexes allllcted by lunacy. Of this total, C7U were discharged as recovered, viz: 8:17 niHles and JM2 fe males; 8:t were discharged improved, 209 unimproved, and liil died, or, about one teuth. The number recovered was about 511.17 per cent., or considering only the number of all discharged, the per ventage of recoveries was (il 72. Of the males ad mitted 64.34 per cent, recovered : of males discharged (12.42 per cent, recovered ; Hie females admitted tii.n per cent, recov ered, and of those discharged 01 per cent. recovered. The Superintendent remarks this Institution, as ot all others, that more men recover or die from Insanity, than wo men, A gradual accumulation of chronic cases Is therefore going on among the In sane female )Kipulallon. Ol the w hole number admitted since the opening of tho Avluin. 535 were natives Ohio say two-fifths, and 406 were foreign born ; 23i were from other States. Of the whole number, 4!)9 wero single, U7S married, aim iuu widowed, ui tne sin gtt patients ;) were males, and 193 fo- V males : ol the married 284 were males, and at 394 flrnB,, . nn(, of the widowed 32 were males, and 08 females. Of the whole number, 1,277, admitted of t0 the Asylum, since It was opened on The in 5th of September. 1855, 110 were less than 20 years of age. 438 less than 30 : 320 than 40; 231 less than f0; 115 less than I less tnun iu; 7 less tnun 80; and 2 tnan yu. The occupations of the males admitted thus recorded : I'armers. "(;: laborers. 114; Merchants. 33; Clerks, 20; Carpenters, '11 Stiwlenta 111- Tnll him Id miitioitiiLero in ,, (lrviii.i. (! Printers. X- I mvm'i pari 7 : Teachers, 7: riivslclana, 3. The niaintler are distributed over all ot her Canons. was and big all some the and our sold Of the form of insanity the report thus speaks: Mania. 077: ol whom 358 were males, nil) females; mania puerperal, males; hysteric, 24 females: mania riodic, 15 males. 10 females ; mania moral, 20 males, 4 lemales; homicidal, 2 mules. femulcs; mania with eplleps, 17 males, females; melancholia, 138 mules, females. Diseases of generative organs. females 170. Intemperance, 77 males and females. 1 'overly and want, i males. females; masturbation. 61 males, 2 females; excessive use of tobacco, 2 mules; loss money, ill mules, 0 lemales; Business plexities, 33 mules; domestic troubles, mules, females; religious excitement, mules. 27 females; grief lit toss nt friends. 17 males, .10 females ; disappointed alleo- tion, 8 mules, 14 females; spirit rappiugs, mules, u females. In conclusion, Dr. Gundry pays a well merited compliment to the elllcicncy ttt)lnty of ,,,8 istt physician. Or. and tt;he-teward and Matron, Mr. Mrs. Kcsslcr, as well as to the various v f ' The Board of Trustees, lit their ......I. 1 tt.A 1. 1 . . 1 . .. . . r nA "J"7 , , "'""! "- t'on ?f t,'e "IP'"t ' the InstUutlon Iuy lii nupcriiiLoiiiicui, auu uis emciem corns of assistanU. de- The current PXpcnses of the Institution gives for 18C( wero $47 0!i7 44 but NEW MUSIC. the a land after Uon street, opposite Postolllce. for- -. Inttrumental Bv Ch, Kinkkl. "I.ove by Moonlight." An elegant transcription, written 111 tins author 8 best style, and much admired. Mountain Belle Schottlsch." Few, any pieces, have met with the immense that this piece hus reached. If you not a copy, our advice is to get it. tor sale Dy t Isclier Hro., No. Ml Jellcr- Religious Notice. most Recorder, will preach to the United Presby One terian congregation, at their church, of Fourth and Jefferson streets, on Sahbuth morning next, at 10 o'clock, and in evening at 7 o'clock. , The members ami friends of the Metho dist (Protestunt) Church In the elty are to be present, as at the close of morning services, an organization Church of that order will take place. Gen Pcr- seat 1839- ThbOpkraIIousk. Notwltlistandiiigthe met very cold weather, the Opera House ab- largely attended lost evening, on the some casiou of the fourth appearance of it. Buislay Family, In their unrivaled tuinmeuts. F.very body was delighted a the startling performance. A vciy city tractive bill will b(j presented this evening In al,"" me uarn.g anu iruiy derful feats of the Bulsluy Brothers, a feature will be Introduced, entitled Sorcerer's Gift," in which Mile. and tho ballet troupe will appear. To-morrow afternoon a grand will be given for the special accommoda tion of ladles aud children, and the of admission will be reduced to twenty- five cents to all parts of the house. It should be remembered that this brated troupo will remain here but "M 1 1 ,l...a., ...I. ,1. ,!.... The I lungui, nnu uivac , u, c iv. them muse make uie oesi 01 me Don't fall to go to-night and to-morrow nlgnt. in gold tender in can In oil Con Vcn Ixigan, leg in the Ohio Kivkr. There Is an gorge iu the Ohio River at Cincinnati. flouting ice in the river yesterday sunk old dismantled steamer Argyle, and off the new steamer America. Shegrounded The steamer Grove was also damaged. Twenty-three loaded and forty-two empty coal-barges, valued at $125,000, were likewise off by the ice. The river is rising but full of Ice, and navigation virtually suspeuded from Pittsburg to Cairo. other years aud grey, tndlca- .n bar bdow l,T'lty man 4 Ohio aud so HCI.KNDID ENTtBTAINMKNTa. Alf. that States, Inett, the renowned Elocutionist, aud never est living Humorist, aud Delineator, shall ml by the accomplished Dramatic year, Hiss Helen Nosh, will give two of their the structlve and amusing entertainments lnv. Illusion llall, J hurwittv ana rritiuy . lugs. January Nth and 18th, for the eu- Lj' ..Youurir Meu., iteadlu Room I - - IClallOU. of KtmTON Hai.t.. The renownod Alf. Bur nett gave one of his amusing entertain ments at Huston Hall, lust evening, for the benefit of the "Young Men's loading Boom Association." Notwithstanding the severity of the weather, lie was greeOd with a large audience, who manifested their appreciation of the performance by hearty and continued applause. He com menced by reading an amusing lecture, In whlchthe pathetic and the ludicrous wore no nearly allied, that, as Alf. himself remarked, we could uot think they were more than a "couplo of feet apart" Tho comic dia logue rather lengthy for the occasion, we thought, waa well rendered by Alf. and Miss Nosh, and greatly to the amusement of all. The caricature of the "proacher could not he surpassed. In this Alf. suc ceeded in "burlesquing those who burlesque religion," In the most admirable style of the facetious. Miss Nosh's reading of tho "Moneyless Man," and "We Meet upon the Level and Part upon the Square," was excellent, and highly creditable to tho reader. The concluding part, iu which Alf. ap peared In his various costumes anil charac, ters, was almost magical. One moment he would appear as an Irishman, the next as a Dutchman, and immediately after as an old damn with a baby In her arms, and, quick as thought, Alf. himself again. These changes were so rapid as to lend the audi ence to believe that different persons took part In lliein. We say to all, do not fail to go and see and hear Alf. in his entertain' uient to-night. of of the 60; is TiTOH Fokk Company. There are all kinds of companies being incorporated at the present time and tho latest Is the Fitch Fork Company ut the city of TilDn, Seneca county, Ohio. A. T. Barnes, N. M. Barnes. I. H. Haas, Anson C. Barber and KrastusG Bowe Hied, as corporators, In tho olllce of the Secretary of State, January 18. 1807, their ccrtltlcate of incorporation. The ob- ect of this association is for the purpose of engaging In the business of mtinnfactu ing, purchasing and selling, within the States of Ohio and Indiana, horse pitch forks, or hay elevators. The association Is to be known as the "Excelsior Fork Com pany," with a capital stock of one hundred thousand dollars, divided into one thou sand shares of one hundred dollars each. And their place of business is located in the city of Tlllln. Trig Lkgihi.ah kk to Takk a Kkokhs. Tho Statesman of yesterday says : "The 72 pe o 150 5 of 25 33 2 and Legislature of the State of Ohio atljoiirns to-morrow morning until next Tuesday morning. We suppose this is for a two fold purpose llrst, to recuperate their shuttered constitutions, which have been sadly demoralized by intense application to business, and secondly, to consult tliclr constituents in regard to what steps the Legislature of Ohio had better take to hasten the slow action of Congress In the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, and giving the negroes universal suffrage." Bull. and em- Citt Hotki Hamilton. By reference ilia card in another column, it will bo seen that our old friend, II. I'. Churchill, has be come proprietor of the City Hotel at Hum llton. This house has recently been fitted up in elegant style, and if any of our cill .ens havo occasion to visit Hamilton on pleasure or business, we would commend them to the generous hospitalities of the City Hotel and its gentlemanly host. Local Notices. . Wantkd. A German girl, who speaks the French and German languages, wants a place In an American family. She can cook, wash, iron and do general house work. Any family desiring such a girl will please leave word at Butcher's Hall. LOUISA WAGENER. Is If sales have Bk a Okntlf.man. Appearances, in the avocations of life, are useful. No man. however Intellectual, makes au impression before a community, unless he is adorned well. It makes ho difference how much brains you wear under your bat; if your hat Is greasy, your old-fushloned coat "out at the elbows," and your shirt collar badly crumpled you don't pass muster you stand aside while the customers of Schwarx, Main street, avoid all this annoyance, dealing with a reliable institution. the re quested the of a "Dodhon's Station. A genteel resort. for citizen and ttrangers. M ha 1.8. at AM. uocks day and night. "Uncle Jo." given a wide celebrity to his "Station," and the many who "stop off" at that point give testimony to its good order and good tare. jaiuuti . . , . .. was oc sence the with at- Grkat Hkdcction. As we are deter mined to reduce our enormous stock white, clothing, especially .in overconts. therefore we offer the greatest induce ments to buyers ever offered in this city We will sell without regard to price cost. Come and convince yourselves. Re speetfully, Lessner & Brother. daw won new the Bakoains! Baroains! I will close my entire Block of Winter Clothing, (cus torn made,) positively at cost, until further notice. Cull soou, ut 118 Main Street, H. SCHWARZ. 11T iimnHHe reaur.uon in J loot n and Shoe all flrut cUihh work at price Goodman', 110 Main Street, for HO taiH. The lool MUST 1'oai- tlvely be Hold, regardleuH of coat. cele two nine. Lowkr Than Cost, $3 75. Home-made Jeans pants, lined, for $3 75, (cheaper than the stuff) at the Golden Ka'lo, 118 Main street. Kye and I sir. ice The the swept Pine carried rapidly, Buf- great- assist- Header, I11- at even benefit Dr. I J arte r, Oculist and AurUt. of Troy Ohio, distinguished for his great success in curing Blindness and Deafness and the va rious defects of Kye and Ear, will visit Dayton Pho'nix House -Thursday. Fri day and Saturday, January 34, 25 and 20 Dr. Harter Is a resident of Troy, Miami County, Ohio, and has been for many years, where he made hundreds of permanent cures of diseased eyes and ears. He is iu his of fice tho first week in every mouth. Dr. Harter has a reputation of the highest standing as a scientific physician and skillful eye and car surgeon. His refereu ces are from well known and eminent men His certificates of cures are genuine from persons ot easy reference, with postofllce address given so that any one may hear from tliem. Dr. Harter cures Blindness, Deafness, Cross-eyes, Cancers, Club-foot, Fistula, Hare-Lip, Sore Eyes, Tumors, Wens, &c. See circulars. ja5dt25 J. Bkrt'uFii.tww PittcR Runup: r. 1 n or der to accoinmotlnto all classes who desire to have pure drinking water this warm weather, B. Best would announce that lie has reduced the price of his superior Filters to flil. This will place them In the reach of all, and no family should be without, one. ' JylJtltf 19 Women's Calf Shoes at Goodman's at eventy-flvo cents. Fam. and Wintkr Clotiunu. A full stock of the latest styles and best quality, ust received by LebciiNburger A Son, No. 108 Main street. fSPWoincn's Kid Shoesat Goodman's at cventy-llve cents. Look Hkkk ! Sehwarx will close out his Government Overcoat, (new) nt 93 75. Sign of Golden Kagle, New Advertisements. YOUNG 'MJClSr, The ex . whence of thn oust ton vcum hit flnmnn tntic tho lm-t thiit tho ulinufa reliance may le lowed in Mifi e iitcMcy ol BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS, fur tho Rpretlv unci pormiinimt cure of Seminal wciikuern. Kiiitxsiuna. riivit(il unit Nervous de- blliiy, ltniuinMt, or waui ui jiuver, tho ivniilt or Mt'xuiii rxctjfcs, or YOUTHFUL INDISCKKTION, wlilt h iiPxlttrttHl, ruins tin lmmiinoMti, ami limits ihd NiiflVrer lor liiit-inofH. Hnchu Society or Mar nii ro, unit often terminate In nn imliinely grttvr M,iLi. no ilt. 1 111 In amk nir tint, ritmotlv ItKll' HtH'i'illc. rilltt. cuii lie useil without detection or lit - U'rl'ereiii'ii uilli lnincn purMiiit. NO CHAM U I-! Of 1IIKT I !SI(IMAU1, Thev lire entin-lv veiretAhle nnl perfectly hnrm Ip-h on Iho HVHteio. Knch Itox contHim M pills, .villi in I 1 h-oft nun ninl a tre:it m- on tin constv iiurnec nml euro. I'rteo One hollnr. Ilewaro of Counter Pits I If vou c.atiiiot procure them of your Itruiftfift, icntl tlui nionev Ut Dr. .Iamkh liitVAN, (jonsultinK IMivlciBn.8lw Hroalw.iy, New lork. ninl they will iw sent uy rem in 01 niuii free from o1mrvnti'iii. For mile by liruKKists jfonernlly. TO I...ADJ Ii)S. II vou requlro a rollRhlo rmW to rratnrn yon, and remove lricKulKriUosjtu Ubgtructions. w hy not iiKe the bent? livery Lndv knows tho 1 i irhtcpt Irroirulnrity of niitui-e Is liable to lirlnir on Headache, tililiilnesn, Ijow SplritH. Kalnlfnir, lIvHtericn, Ac.i then tlie hlonin ol heullh lude, tho upinaito fuiU, and othor syinpims nioro dlslrenmnK oomiTienc-e, an n eak ncfw. KiMniil t onmlnliitM. tho Whites, ri-olnnsuu, Ac, Ac. A never railing remedy w ill be found iu Dr. Harvey's Female Pills. The experience of thirty year hut proved they hnTenoeitiul for Removing obstruction and Ir re'iiiariliefi. No mattkk kkom wh at jaikk thkv ahikr. Thev are Bate and mm hi cverv ('fiite. I'o- inln of 6U.IKV) boxen a 10 Hold annually, and no nmpliimt ol their oiitcacy ts over nettni, lor iney niol nth what thev are represented to do. sold In buxci CofUainitw Stotv I'M. Price One Dollar. Dr. Harvey's Golden Pills Ih u n'nieflvfoiirdeirn'eriHtrimgrrthanllieftlmTe, and Intended for sjiocUl ch-h'S ol long ttandliif;. rrfcerive iMnlurii per Hox. If von cannot purclmHe the pillo of your lnig Ifittl. they will bo nent by ma y ixmt futid, nernre I A M Ks II IC V A N CouBiilling lhj niciiiu, Hiy llfoud- way, New i ork. Kor sale by jirnggldtB genonuly. Dr. J. BRYAN, CONS'O PHYSICIAN, Nil) llttidwar, Ntw York. Sl': 1AI. 'I 111 AIHII IT In all nctus of Hitimiml, Ht-xutil, I rinttry ami Nttrvoim llmmMci; in umle nr t'i'iiialc. Altvit-K KKEK uud oirrrnpuml- eilCU STRICTLY CONKI1IKNTIAL. VC3-J31NrXM WANTED. NHtntili'p Bout frc. Nnt-anttnl rt'tiuli otl. I.tyllt-ft or ;viillt,int'ti run ttitrn lrom ta to fid per titty. K.11C1USU NI.II1I11I, Itllll Ittlll I'ttHK Tllirp 4 CO., Kin""! street. New York. AVOID THE QUACKS. It von are sttlTt-rliur from the efTttt-ts or Youthful Inilibt-rullon aiitl havo Hi.-iiiitntl Wettkin-Mt. Kmiit- (tloliit, ,tU., 1 will hoihI tm, fret of chary, in lorintt titin whioh, if I'ollowt'tl, will cult' on withnttt tlie ill, l ol niciut-iiica. A,l,lrc- iiknici aaisim-.n. Jttlilttwlyn Httttion u, new lork. by litest News Quick Sales, Small Profits AT O-KO. HOOH WA X. T 3 PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE. 3IH Third Street, MlgH ef i olden Houts Ho. N onlf i' tdjiriTO place for a liirgo spring flock l nmiw win nnouN, i win iuii my enure tstucit aim nr. grcrttiy reuuen pnetis. JlooU iiikI siiotis in ml tj to oritur. Hupairiiif; neatly done. UKOKUU JldCUWALT. deWtlawSm lhiyU.ii, Ohio. How to Make Greenbacks. WANT FIFTY tSOOI) M KS, to travul and wrll niv Krult-truo Inviirtirator. hv 8I11U'. countv. K.niplo ritrlit. Clrcufunt of reference, from nu- inerons expcrtcnccm juirties. w ho uave tin it lor um nun. lour yt aro, niiow it w do an enmrpnuc which pays, and uavH well, to evoiT man cuiuvaiUK itkw or vinon. linnosi, reHpoiiMihle and I'ncrKctic men nnelud, hut none othor nt-e I apply, and the lioHt rciurencnn are reuutreii, i nu imr. inch, m iar, ihih domoiifttrated that with proper activity, from two TO riVK II l NIIKKU IMILL A KH l'JCH MONTH Call realued, from now till tne lut April next. Ja5l2w . No. 107 JenYranr,, Paybm, Ohio. of or out ATLANTA HOUSE, AND H.mSTJLT-LxJIX-A.ISrT, No. 31 market Sired, North lilt. cast enilof Murkot, DAYTON, Ollft). Be-fltted, Be-furnished and Be-opjned on tne European Flan. nVOninilniKges run to nnd from all trains. Auihitt HtHltlitiK lor tlorhCi. UL-otlaHttin JACtiit w aunck, iTopriewr. LEAF AND 1TI AN V F ACTl' RED TOBACCO AND SEGARS, Trutlo SulcHrooniH, 1(1 Dej- St., X. Anrtion Hales helil every Montlay, 'otlnestlny antl t'riilay. All Uootls sold on lonuiilsaion at tho regular r;lU)S. uetiiitlanres niAde Imtuetllalely aHer est-.h sale. I'oilHiiriilllfnts Kelit-itetl ol' l-af anil Alniiu!a-- turt-d Toitar-o ami Meirartt. Particular alUititlon Hill be given b liiipfrs iu Itontt. Lltteral au trance made. I. IIOCIll.AR Cacleins.1 II. W. ttlHHIN. 11. llCCtltAft ('ACLKlNtl L.. II. I 4CLKINH. 1 A (k., AiH-tioneer. RKKKKKNCK8 BY I'KltSIlHSlON. .Iamf.s Hvhiniiton. liniHirtet. S9 lluuverSt, N. AIHT-I1I A r.KTY. KtaU'Mt .NY. iJ 8titt a i',...ni nr, w.tiii,Ktn st . n. lion Wh IIHurtHoCI hit niro. I.iettt. liov of llliuois Hon. Kahi'kl Ahuton, r'ttriaudiua, Fla. Jaloeotllin ro.vil Iiafoo, (UuettMir to ft. A K. Hlenilierger,) M). 215 TIIIKl) STItKKT, Jt Ptsfflcs, DAl'TOl, O., XirOI'I.D notify his old friends and Die public v l generally tnai ne nas attain roamm-u uoai noss, suit will hereafter kei-ti iHie tif the inont comtileu, atot kk of Dlotliiltg. Men's Wear aad Kur- iiisiiing t (Immik in tne t-iiy, unit wiiicii hi- s in rheujier than Ihu uliapeat. t alland be couvin-ed. ducM-dliu I' A I 1. A. I.AI1.K. 1. IS 'K UK. .. W. W. WOOIIW A Kb T. J. WBAKi.l.T McKEE, W00DWAED & WEAKLEY, Huc4'tor to Woiramau, Ainith A Co.,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DKALKKS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors N. Is) mmlm !., (Opera Bntldlnf,) DAYTON, OHIO. Also, llistillers of Bourtion, Byo. and t'orn uolstlatsly Wliisky, I pper baudusky, thio. ynion Inauranco Company. lUrrov, ouio, January 14, 1MST. rpHK annual election for I'lreetors of this Coin- J pany will be held at una t oiupativ 's onli-v. SIV llilrd street. I' Un. Ohio. Moodav. the .lay of January, ltsil, letwo-ii the hours ol t o'clock r is JAMtS lUUktH, frosidrnt. OXO. M. Vol'NU, boorulaj-y. J1W5 t . ' ' BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. Wahiiinuton, .liiiiuary 17. The Presi dential levee to-iilghl Is attended by an lin mensn crowd tlieooinpi'iiy goingand coin ing coiitinuully. Almost every shade of society Is represented, and Includes niem bcrs of the Ciibliiet, .Intlges of the Supreme tkitirt, memlicrs of Congress, of nil political parties, in Hilary anil naval olllccrs. anil pri vate cltlzi'iis and i trnngei s. A Unit ont! Ihird the visitors are ladies. The Internal Revenue receipts yesterday were smaller than thev have been on any tiny previous for eighteen months. The re ceipts were little over $ KHUKHI. The impeachment project makes no pro gress, 1 lie .luillcuirv I onimlttec nave not, yet begun the Invcstlgatlonr. . It Is now ru mored that nothing w ill he done this win ter, as an iinpcac ninetit by the House is iniHiHHille, for the want of time, Ashley Is making It disgusting. A letter from Su- pc I'lntciulf III lliiss.nt.lacksoiivllle. r Inrltlu. slates that he Is nhoiil commencing the con struction of a telegraph cable to connect Florida mid Cuba immediately. I he American ( olonizallon Society lins nearly seven hundred application for tlie "tiring expedition to Liberia, J Miring I lie past year aiioiit sii:(;i.isni were Iciioxitetl in the '1 reasiiry by tho Patent tililce, utter paying un me expenses ot inr olllccs. Tills imiUes the total amouiit now to tho credit of the Patent Olllce nearly SiKsUIOO. 1 lie? only feature iu to-tlny s proceedings in the House was the continued considera tion of Thud. Steven's KnubliiigBill for Ilia southern stales. Mr. linker. of Illinois, took, subsequently, the same grounds advanced bv Jlr. fling ham, on yesterday. In opposing the hill he contended that it tended to a complete consolidation of tlie government, ny on literatim? nil State antliorltv. Tlie tax on distilled spirits will remain jvst. where It Is, at two dollars per gallon. The Committee are nearly iinaiiiniou.- agauist u rciluctloii ol this tax. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION. Chn. Mason, of Iowa, has called a meet Ing of the National Democratic Association for Wcilenluv next, for the nnrnose of con sidering thn expediency of issuing the call for a .N ational Democratic Convention nt an early day. "This morning, on motion of Representa tive tiiirtleltl, John M . I.angston. ol'Olicrlln Ohii), n colored num. was admitted to prac tice at the oar ol the supreme Court ot the United Stales. The bills iidmlltlnE Nebraska and Colo rado have been sent to the President, lie will veto both with long messages, on which he will heenguged duringallof next ween. Senator Cowan will uot be confirmed as Minister to Austria. , Unit a mil, ion was collected on Wednes day from internal Revenue. [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.] BOOTH'S DIARY. The tllarv of Wilkes Boolh, taken from his luttly niter his capture. Is now iu the hands of the proper Investigating commit tec, having been handed over to it by the iillhoi'ities. For some reason Its contents were not used in the trial, it shows that he was an agent of the Confederate Gov ernment, and received money from it, and that nt one time, at leat, the plan was to kidnap Mr. Lincoln. It Is believed to im plicate only Booth und llarrold Iu the as sassination. The entry made on Friday, the 21st April-, one week utter tho 'murder, shows lliat it must have been written in u put fect agony of mind. It describes his position, with a broltcn leg In the midst ot a swiiuip. alone, an outcasuaii assassin weigheddown by his guilt, and a feeling Unit God would refuse forgiveness. It is altogether such cry of human agony as seldom finds ex pression in words, Terrible Steamboat Disaster—100 Passengers Lost—Forty Women and Children Missing. of or MuMi-nid, .Iiiiiuiiry 17. The Steamer riuttt! Vullj- left liri-H fur Vli kburs lute DiIh ulli'riitiuii ami struck th wwk nf h frunboAt, iintl ftiiiik u I iiiosl to tlio liurrittnuti tlt'ck Iu about llirve iiiliiutt'8. She wns orowtlml with piinst'iiors. n litrjre number of whiiiu nrt lost. It ljt v.-ttiuiiiteil by the survivors Unit one liuntlrntl pprsona were drowned. Aiuonir 1 1 lose Jtuln Mi-Ilritle, Monroe County, MiHourl. A family of llltecnporKoiiB, uouuu tor Texas, were all UiHt. The steward ant about twenty of the crew are bellevetl to be lost. The Cuptaiu antl pilot are wile. There wero some forty women anil eliil tlreu on lioard, most of whom were lost. A tug pawiliiK up took oil' thoxe who hail presenee ol mi nil enough to utick bv the wreek, anil brought them here to-nllit. II Ih iinpoHNlble to obtain the full partit-ulurK ol tli ih tlirttressinpoaliiinity to-nlj,'lit. t [Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial.] The Indian Massacre. ot UV Y. v Dakotah Tkrkitobv. January 5. About the initltlle of litat month, (December.) a party, consisting of four com inissltmeil olll ccrs, ninety-three, enli.ated men, antl II I teen citizens, were most horribly luiirtleretl by Intliiiusti tew miles outsitle of Tort I'hll. Kearney. M. T. It imiieiirB that a tfetacliment natl licen sent out from the fort to procure fuel, and that tliey were surprlsoti iiy IiiiIiiiiik ami tunnelled u ucttt a nasty retreat into tne fort, the Imlians followlui! them until they ctiiue within a stone's throw of the fort. The troops stationed at Kearney were soou coiicciitiulcil, anil prepared Inr lininetllute pursuit. Only a sinnll party or liittlaus were seen at first, anil theae allured our troops to eli use them for a mile or two, ami until thev came up to the main botly of In dians, which numbered over 1.500 war riors, from every known tribe In this sec tion of America. It is ettsilv to be seen that the smaller party of Indians were only aetinr as a de coy, ami that tliey well Knew the snare they were running tncir lll-laietl vltrtlnis into. The Indians presented themselves in Inittle array, ami wilh a yell such us only Indiana can utter, they commenced. Our troops commenced firing, nor did they ceaVj until tliey hud Xiidcd every cartridge in their possession, and, unfortunately, ith ont tloiiiu; any material damage to the In dians. The Indians, perceiving the flxourtroops were in, eoiumcuced iuaasiii)r themselves, j(ratliiully closlnjf iu upon their victims, and iu iil teen minutes not n white liuiuttn soul was left breathing- Not a until of the whole party of United States troops and citizens wus left to bear the woeful news. A ranclieiiiitu living iu the vicinity of Kurt 1 1 1 i 1 . Kearney brought, the news into Fort I.arumle, llacottih Territory, having traveled I wo hundred and forty miles In three days anil nights, without sleep, food, or change of horse. The poor beast lie rode fell dead as soon as the courier dismounted from ills back. notici: No I aud riHK public rtro licrultv cjiuI lonel niriiit mir- 1 cIiumiik two ntiU, tiiVHl'lc III tri lit in ir to the onlcr til. I. t.. H W . V. Mit rm nu, .ImUdI iilhcr tlie trlli r ulmni ih.it ilutt r .liiiMiMn. lH)i7, ms nii note wcrt) tiliimnt! throiiK' Irul, tttui w iUtuut viaiue rcceiveu, uutl iU not i Uertbauts'and Farmers llotil Irprletr TKKMS, TWO LXM.Ak4 1'kK 1AY. f 1 KNT V. for a lonir tiniM UiKllonl of tbe liar rttiikhn llntiae. Unvion, hiu Utkf a chrirviii ttiw nw llotvi, rttnily uwntd ttm lHup moumj, mi win iicn-Hiir coitaut t it uiuHr iu it.Nv uuie. The buil'lmg i new, unit vrv thiikir in ti i HMiitfly . K very effort will l aiit'te to plf'n ili tjuttvU of ttia Iiuum. liiMriKE STEAM JOB TKINTIXGOF kick. ft. 1 lO nmim htrvri. iiAVTON, OHIO Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, January 17. Fuirn Prices are nominally unchang ed ( Spring Vt heat snpei llne Is held at l4 ft, anil winter no. ar u 7neiu o; ex tras range nt $10 MHrt12 BO, and families are firm nt $12 2rciil3 IJO; Rye Flour is dull al $H 75. WincAT The market rules dull, and prices are nominally unclnnged. Winter s minted nominal at 2 mi lor .No. 2 Jtetl. $2 85 for No. 1. nml $2 00 for extra; no hill or While was offering. CtntN Thn market Is dull, hut prices are' sternly, nt f5e. for ear at lower routl, and 6ft (eOiHic. for shelled In elevator; Including gunnies it is belli at 75c. I'ath 1 lie nemniitl is only moderate antl local. No. 1 Is quoted at 40(c5(c. and No. 2 nt, 47(S48c. Ryk There was a fair demand for No. 1 nt. $1 15, ami one or two sales were made at $1 111. hut. the market closed quiet. No. 2 is q noted at $1 0'rl 10. (intM-KitiKK The market rules unlet, with a fair demand at 2i(ti 'li'ic. for fair toehoico nin i once; iff 14c. lor raw siigar; J Of 4 (at UIJn'c. for hard retlned, nml 70(75o. lor Porlo Rico Molasses. Whisky The market remains onlet. but steady, with sales of lot) bids. nt2(lc. There were no sales of duty paid, antl prices are therefore noininnl. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, January 17. Money is rather easier at 6e'f7 iter cent. on call. htcrllng oulct at O'-faO'i,'. irold. for first- class bills. American fold is without a derided change, opening nt RIS'tj, advancing to RI7, declining to :i(i',,. nml closing at Rh8. (.oveininent Mocks dull and a Bhndn easier. Iu. aiAEKGRAF,, Importer of RHEIIT WE ITT i Auil dealer in CATAWBA WINE, No. 270 Third Street, JysiMtr Dnyton, Ohio, of WALTER TROWBRIDGE," Custom Boot and Shoe Maker, Fourth ttrtet, one door Mint of Trlrteor Svildinf, Milken to order nil klmUtif Imtllcs- nnd tientlo men's weitr, ol Ihu Iiiumi stj les mid 1m-i nis terluln. no&Jtl PHILLIPS HOUSE, Corner of Mum and Third dtreets, DAYTON", OHIO. L. Reibold Proprietor 'piiiM utrgo nntl ioinlnr rmttil has lieen put In A ihornnii rt'imli-, IVinn lite littemont to tin. uvenk-nt-e tint! ennitort nroTiil- l, trltli. lit, aim every t- ttl. v ithont i-fgtn-d to exnense. ntakinir i KIKS'l'-OI.ASS HOTKL. The "IMiilllin" la rurnWhcl with every rontre nlenfe and Itixnry known to hotel. keeping In Atui-rii-a. ttnd atl'ords an elegtint home to any ttitvelerM, or olioirti who nntv favor it w ith their iitlroniigi. l.iliotitl ari-angi'iueiilh niiide with per manent lioarili-i-K. JtiHrftl Public Sale of Government Goods, a (lCNslsTNij of New and Sei-ond-hund Artiele.. J ill III- Hiilil at luilillo iini-tinn hi No U4.I I'.Hvt. ri-i-t, liiton tjlini t-iiiiiini'iii-ingon MltN IIKHHt DAY OK JA.NL AKV, the follow- l-'illli hln HAY ing tiOOllH. viz llanil !, Saws. Tenon Saws. Mill Sar, Hiadf. shovel., 1'le.ki., Matt.it ks t hoppiitr Ae. do. new, llroiid Axe, llal.-ht-s. t Inu la (Mirlml. Ail'es, Aln.ers (uuoru-ii). I'laties (as ttorteill.'AUti hd I'lanea, Hla,-kniitli liutniners, Mlndges, Anvils, liailroad iiko Mania, lx-oiuo-live Head. lights, row lutrt., t hiirn lirllla, Circtt l:if Katv, Truret halus, Iliuu hums, llalteri;lialns, Hair .fatti-aaea, stomttcli l'tin,m, splints and Trnshtia. Leather Ilt-Hing. Haiti -n,, tlx Yokea. one large iiiilt-heating ' , arlline, t.amtl I oflee MilU, Si-rew .lat-ka. Wiou;'lil.lroii.stri:plliiiu,- Wrongitt It-oil Wa-hera, Kulli'-iuiiii- Naila, Itulirnuil Knikea, in llaliilliers, ( aal.Hteel lialiunera, C -r li.tu, ltoxea and tigtit liin-rt-la. Kilea. ill. 14 and xll os. Turks, Miilleulilo N'rt-llrhe, Mat,-lies, by gl.xa Ink In ,Uurl iH.lllea, l iial lil ( ana. half gaf. I.' inotlvti tillers. l.ew I'ana Mil ,-ti ll.,ra ItniKli,,". Harnta, llatnes and In lar,' Halter tnipa, Nerk sti-aia, beivea. Oil rttonea, one largv Inllorm Ht-ale, one amalt f'latlorm Heale. Tlem-li S,roa. Ax llati'llea. Hmad Ax llaunlea. Cow thaina, hrrew 1'lat.es antl tiles. I.EVER JACKS 1'OIt 1'L'IXIXG STUMI'S, And a great many articles too numerous to men tion. Sale noaitive. nnd will eoiitlnno ilav nnH nih. until all ia aolil. A. KI HNs K W. Mt'l.iiWKN ,t Hon, Aur'rs. jalAiU DISStll.UTlOX OK CO-PAHTXKK.SH1P. T'HK partnorAtilii x unn nitnio 01 her to lore cxifltinir under the leltirton A Trpntmiin wm ill. iMtlvwd hv in ii t iiul consent, on the 1th tiy ot Janu- nry. im.i r.inifr pnrtner is authorized to Buttle tau busiiiesi. of llm olit linn .JOHN .T. IIKIVSON, C. A. TKh.tl.MAN. BUS! X ESS XOTICK. V.. A. Trctl till Mil will continue the hiicftisM t frh oh ftUiul ol' licltiNon A Treutiuun, ut No, W) .Of toiHoii dtrt'ct, ouc door jtouthoi the second Na tional lliink. C. A. I'KKl T.MAN. Jitmmry7, 1H7. JuUdS Dr C. McDERMONT, Surgeon General of Ohio. OKKK K-tOKNKU THIKIJ AXI WILKINSON STKKKM. HAYTON.OIIIO. oc&Ut EXECUTOR'S SAUE OF THE JOUN MALiSE FAHM. I will offor for sale, at pnhlle auction, on Thurtduy, Janvttry at, lhtiT, Hctween the liur ol one it ml lour nVlin k P U uiMiu the prt-iiiiccj. tho lollow jnie de.criUl rvai IllUi, hitiutte in Molilioiiterv Innnit sit.. ,,i i tlihi, lo-wjt : liciiiK lorly luoacivi. inure or leu, oil the uitil HiihMii the north went ouiirtcr of win u . llllioleuu (IU). tou D lour 4. mnirM Hi;- ir.i fitft. Ac. ' Tho urenntsCH havo uon Mtinraiiui iloHur, at one hundred nnd teu dullar per acre aud ty.imot ciil or I cm ihiui that amouut. ' hUMrt tl NAl.K Oim.Unnl eash- on. ihl.,1 Iu ouo year, and out-. third In two yvars Imm tho Ifttriay ol Aj.nl. lNi7. wilh itiu-rnt from that date, the pttymeiit to he secured by inortguife uiku Ui prtiiue Mtld. ine itrcuiuet. nresituatesl on the fv.arnct.in ma ami aajoutiiiK the lou u ol Annu , and a. .out una hall' mile tMiiilh or lli Wolf i rt-A I'ike. Therv la uuon the ureuiixcH u lt.mmI ii-mh iiuuiin. . ..i. . Kood cellar uu-iur kuiut ; a good Irauie haru; well ol ikhI water; Univ riHK lmue; stone smoke nouMi, ami all the uiH-eary oiit-lmildtug. all in gM-i repair, a ountr on-iiard of bvaiiiia- irmt. ol a kcik rui vai u ty and choue fruit. Alo. running Malcr. Iti ninth in! hv a iiuii-r.r..iiimr ciuut for tluck. A H K V V r NT S .fc-xeiilorof John Mau.Uawaited. dKO W. MOVkK, A tUirilt'jr . AUMIN ISTUATOK'S SAUK OtKEAL lTATE. Maria Wortnu'i AdtnlnUtrator r. Marr TUcll et al. IX nirsuaiic of an onler of iale granted b the I'rohjtU) lourt ol Atouljcotnery County, Ohio. 1 will ofltT for bale at inildic. auction, Oh th fifA f.jy ?f ruarp, A P IHrrt, At Uu o'clo a r m., at tiio door of tne Court lloiitse. the lolhm lii dckrrilwd real eiate: fiHui in toe my ol liaytou uud rountr of Moiiiifi.iiu ry, auil in Uie Ma: t.1 Ohio, beiiiK the 1'it.ftt hull ol the Mtutii hall' of tot uumoervj 4t'iirdiiitt lo ilu ju of uid city of ltn. I pon mid lot there j a neat and comfortable oue. tny hi'o k tioiike, couLMiuma Uiree rooiua, iu clinltnx a comfortable kitclu-u. fnl iiropert) ha bii appraifteil at $'MM. ThltMh OK hAI.h one third rah ; ono-thlnl in one yar, and one-thiiil in two yuun lrom day nt ale. with ititerv!, the paynientft to bit aeourvl by iiiortirK upun the remlMi Mjld. JIIN M HMABLB, A d m r. of fcNttite of Maria VV urmau, Lvceaetl SNDKLIN bi UKLUAUaa. J. H- Baouott, aii lor &chn able. 18w MY wife. Catharine Jauet'huhb, and my daua-b-Uir, Jane t tiubb, uuw under aye, having Utk let! me, w ittjout iumciut cauft or Jiutitleatioa I hrreby uotiiy alt peraom not to irira credit W eitber of thein ou niv a c4iunt. JACOB l III HB, Of CnUrfin