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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
gotal and ItiiKfUanrou.'' Religious Notice. Divine errle will beheld In St. John's Church (Cli'jra' Hull) to-morrow morning nnil evening, by licv. I). Steck, the pastor, All are Invited. Religions Notice. Kcv. Dr. Scott, editor of the Methoditt Jleeorder, will preach to the United I'resliy tcrlan eniijrreratlon,ut thelrchurch, corner of Fourth and Jefl'ersnn street, on Babbatli morning next, Ht 10 ' o'clock, and In the evening at 7 o'clock. Thu members and friends of the Metho dist (Protestant) Chun li In the city are re quested to be present, as at the close of the morning service, an organization of a Church of that order will take place. Monday Nioht. Wo learn from our ge nial friend. Mr. Krank Whltehor, the gen tlemanly agent of the Hiichanau Dramatic Troiic, that they will positively rc-open the Opera House on Monday evening next. The bill for the opening night will be the great tragedy of "Othello," In which Mr. Iluchauiiu will personate the jealous Moor, and his accomplished daughter enact the part of 'Desdetnona," a character In which she excels. The high reputation which this troupe achieved on their recent visit here, will be a sufficient passport to the generous patronage of our theater-going people on the occasion of their visit next week. Another Insurance Company in Day ton. The certificate of the "Oermun Insur ance Company" of the city of Dayton, was filed In the ofllce of the Secretary of State on the 17th lust. Tito new corporation has conferred upon It all the powers of a gen eral Insurance company. The capital stock Is 1100,000. and the corporators are William Ounckel, W. 8. Westerman, A. L. Stout, M, Bosler, Oil for Crook, Adam Prltr. and John Kemp, Jr. At a meeting of the corporators, last night, we learn. It was agreed at once to to open the books to-day for the subscrip tion of stock, at the office of W. fjunckcl, Est)., No. 58 Jefferson street. The Opkha HoU9k. There was another large and brilliant attendance at the Opera House last evening, to witness the un rivaled performances of the Uulslay Fam ily. The Interest In tho wonderful feats of these daring acrobats is unabated, and we have no doubt their entertainments would be liberally patronized for another week; but to-night will close the performances of the troupe here, as they have other en gagements to All elsewhere. Wo would advise all who have not visited the Uulslay Family heretofore, to be on hand to-night. No one should fail to see their startling anil attractive entertainments. Another such opportunity may not occur In a life time. Go to-night. A Warning to Pork-eater. A corre spondent at Hampton, N. li informs us that about lour weeks ago tho family of Mr. James Lane, In that town, were tuken su-ldcnly 111, and. that medical aid was called, and an examination resulted In the decision that they had been poisoned, but how, or by what means, was a mystery which no one could solve, until last week Dr. Douglas, of Amesbury, Mass., who had been the attending physlciuu, mistrusted that the pork which had been eaten by the family might be the cause. He took a small piece and sent it to a chemist In Bos ton to be analyzed. The result was the discovery of 8,000 living creatures, known as trichnte, In every cubic inch of the pork. The pork was raised and fatted by Mr. Lane, and was considered extra sound and healthy. . 4 Christian Relief Union. The first monthly meeting, for the cur rent year, (184(7) was held January 15, at the First Baptist Church. Tho report of the Treasurer, Josiah Gcbhart. Esq.. for the flrtt year, ending December 17, 18GG, Is as folio -vs: CASH RECEIVED, from the Pint Ward From tbeaeoond Ward from the Third Want rramthe Fourth Ward.. From ths Filth Ward From the Sixth Ward From the Seventh Ward From the Kightk Ward From U. P. and M K Church collection . From Snodgras. Fund, by K. W. Bteele. .. 7H to 1.18 IK m t IIS 75 tu an IS Oil It Ml U OS Hi uo 150 on I rum nrat souiiera- aiii noctety, oy ansa K Holt From B. 11. Steele, Eaq. (1,841 W CASH EXPENDED. . . $.'; oo .. 144 10 . . 83 76 8 TO . . 1!M 00 . UBS 46 . . aio m ... S40 U0 In the Flrtt Ward In the Heoond Ward lu the Third Ward In the Fourth Ward In the Fifth Ward In thsHlxth Ward lathe Seventh Want to the Blglith Ward l.TTH TH Balauee on hand, December 14. ISftK (OS 10 CASH RECEIVED, DBCEMRERU, 18C0, TO JANUARY 15, 18U7. From the First Ward . . From Mm Seoood Want TSO 00 Vtota the Third Ward all la) From the Fourth Ward .... From the Filth Ward ton From the Hixtli Ward From the Seventh Ward From the Kightn Ward From Hov. W. b UoMmiuiller. Lancaster, Pennsylvania S 00 From anodgraaa fund, by Juo. Howard, Ksq. 4S6 S1.IUI1 IB Only the Second Ward, as will lie seen, has been thoroughly explored, as yet. by our collectors This ward has dono nobly. In the way of contributions. Let the others be as liberal in proportion to their ability, and the wants of tho poor can be fully supplied. We trust that the reports of another month will show handsome re ceipts from every Ward. During the month, (December 14th, 1800, to January 15, 18U7.) our vititort have re lieved the wants of about eighty families. including, probably, about four hundred pertont. They have expended about three hundred and forty dollari in cash, besides more than fifty dollar contributed in food, shoes, clothing, &c. To this should' be added no Inconsiderable amount of second hand clothing, of which no 'estimate Is made. While regard is constantly had by our visitors to a strict economy of the aid rendered, and while some families who re ceived assistance last year are no longer applicants, the visitors report more desti tution and suffering than existed last winter. It U earnestly hoped that our Sixxl citizens who have not yetcontrlbuted lelr aid to our fund, will meet the collec tors with a cheerful response. To tuck a hate contributed, according to their ability, we say, incouraoe ho Ureet-Leuoare, but di rect Ihent to the vittting committee of the Ward where theyretide, v. ho will, by riirmu( visitation, detect imposture and relieve tho really needy and deserving. We propose soon to Issue a card, with the names and residences of the officers, collectors and visitors, so that no one may be at a loss lu UlreeUug such as ask charity. T. . Thomas, Chalruiau. rtRica-t.AVKR'n Convention. The Bricklayer's Convention, composed of delegate Irom nil the principal cities In the United States, which has been In session at Cincin nati for several days past, adjourned on Monday. The Convention fixed upon and recommended the following scale of prices forlW: New Tori City.... I inr.innatl Ilrooklvn SI. l.nnis Hay ton Newark, If. .1 Troy, N. Y Baltimore, Aid . . . r.ihoes, N. Y Jersey City Albany, N. Y ... Springfield. M.is rillHlmiv .... .. ..is mi to s an .. s mi to e no .. t so to . . s no to . . 4 (SI to .. Ml to . .1 nn to .. 4 I"! to . . 4 00 to . . b sr. io no l m 4 Ml 4 no 4 Ml 6 (III 4 Ml S OO 4 00 5 TR t W to 4 on to Williamsburg, N. Y .' 7 OH ItttlLo 4&U The delegate from this cltv to the Con vention, were Kara Thomas, II. C. Green and H. B. Bosler. The Convention next vear will meet In New York City. Correction. A few days sliico, we In serted, on the authority of Cincinnati Com mercial, a paragraph stating that tho firm of Messrs. Clioipenlng, Ludlow A Ferrel, ol Spriiigtleld.Ohlo. hud failed for a large amount. The Springfield JicpnMlc of the 17th contains the following emphatic con tradiction of the rumor, which wo Insert with pleasure; and very much regret that we were Inadvertantly led Into giving currency to a story prejudicial to the interests and financial standing of the parties concerned : We observe that several nf niir.YcliniiuM Innocently of course have copied from a Hprluglleld letter to the Cincinnati Com mercial a statement that "Messrs. Chorpcn Ing. Ludlow & Ferrell," machine manu facturer of this cltv. have failed. The statement as we have said before. Is utterly false. Mr. John F. ('horpciilng has failed: but the llrm of Ferrell. Ludlow A Chor pening has done nothing til tho kind. Those papers which have been led Into the publication ot this erroneous statement should not fail to givo equal publicity to uiu iumTiion, i ne iain; story lu rcaru to Messrs. Ferrell &. Ludlow, If not promptly contradicted. Is calculated to work great injury to their business. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Potor Kaitje tienrgo 1.. llerkert Hi' Tor .lohn ... niiui'it.-in. ...isitcu ol tho rear ol Miami township. MoiniroiMHrv I'tlllllf V llhin ON the lath ilny of lieouibc'r, A. I MHOS, said Justice issued an n.tlt.r.ii A Lii.el, in ..... alKive m tioil in I tin mill) of 5,5 111. i:,hi,o net lor .-iihiih un uiu vui nay oi r eimnirv, iwn. ... . . , rKTr, It KA(!LK. MliimUburg, Ohio, Oc-i-oinbor 15, laM-ITwa A I M I M ST H A TO I ! 'S(T I C K . NOIH.h i, hereliy Klven that tho uiuleraijrlii'd has Ikmmi iii...mti'( ami iinallllpd a adininis Irutor ol tho estate of Henir Mli ha.1, late of JlioiittfniiMry County, Ohio, ue. ca-ed. '"" . U. MAbSl.ll II, WIHSKEIU AKD MUSTACHES IMIRI'Kn to grow upon lliu binootlit'Kt liic o lu from thrueto live week bv unliiif lr. slovli:. SK'S KKSl'ACKATIIKItt Al'il.I.ArHICthumost wonderful difteovery In inoilern seieie-e, a.-ting- U...ii niv nmru imii iiair in an aluiont nilraculouii maimer. It has Ihiuii ned by the ulito of I'arik and lsndon with the most natteriiig ihh'um Names of all puri'huHulu will be li'sisUriil. and li' entire HHtiginr.liou in not given In every Instauee the money will lw cheerfully rot'uiiilocl. I'rlee by ..,.., ..uiii hii imiiuui, yi. iekcrnitive oireiu lurs and te.tlmoinal mailed freo. Adilrewi 1IKB i;kk. hiiiitth x. an i-i....u.. v.. .ur. Street, Troy, N. v. Solo agouts 'tat tho liniU',d SUito. SMALL FAH.M ONE MILK FUOM Ml- flAiiBiiruu at Jn Aril Kit COMMIS- Joseph Lambert, vs. Harriet Iireo, et id., So. Se Montgomery Cniimv Nuimri.ii- i .,i,v 1JUKM1IANT to an order ol the Superior Court of Montgomery County, Ohio, tnmle In the almve entltlud i Hnse, ami to mo directed, 1 will olTer at ulilic unction, at the door of thu (urt House, in the cliyof Dayton, lu the county ami state afui-esul.l. uu ' Nitfurdjiv Jmiuim 1u ,U'.T wrci, me nours 01 one ami lour o'ebs'k e. u. of am uny, uie ioiiow ing uoscrlb!d real estuto, to Situate In the county of Montgomery and Ktnto OI Ohio, in HOf.tiiin S fiti.-n O ...,. .u k ....... u. .. , glnniug at the . w. corner if Wm. lirow's no lu re .... i.i ...i i ru, ,i,,n ann running inoncu east 07 chains and 60 links to the chanuet or llenr Creek thence down tho channel ol Kind creek a. 88 deg e chains; thence as deg . e 8 chains; thence s ileg. 6 chain. ; tbenee . 80 deg. e. 6 cbullis and SO links to a point U chains and 60 links south ol Welilav's linn. Ihwiti, .uii..i .....u . west line, the section line; thenee n to the place or nnirinnlnir ivni.lni, .. ...... . Also a purl of the same taction beginning at the o. wiuer oi n aooveaescrined truel: thence along the east Hue thereof to thu north line ol said tract; thence east for quantity, theme parallel with the lirst mentioned line to the awuth lineol said truct ; tlieuce along the said line to the place ol lieif lllilnir c.iiil.iiiiili.u. . ... e. haul land has Iwen appraised at 15 per acre and cannot sell lor 1. lh. i u.,l,i...i. ..r ' . :.. meut. v. ...u ai.prais. lennsof snlo, cash. W. II. BK.LVIM.K MaatrCmmiwloiiai Montgomery buuerlurl'ourt ADAH CLAY. Att'v.i ' ' ATTACH MKNT NOTICE. Samuel Anderson s George L. Ucrkert. Ilufore ........ "."'""..uwiuiH ino j-eace oi Miami township, Montgomery County, Ohio. 0NItne 10th dav of December, A. 1). ISSll. said ........... .... U(,,va , ..taciuneiii in me above action lor tho sum of $so. Cause set for hearing on the Vth day of February, istrc. ut eight o'elook A. M. s A M U K L A N I ) K It si 1 1? Miamlsburg, Ohio, Jecemkerl6, l&tkMlw NOTICK. JOHN W. SMITH and Margaret Smith, his wife will take notice that Thomas J. H. Wnillli, of the ..unity of Montgomery and Stale of Ohio, did on the th day of January, A. I). IWIT ale his petition ... w,.. ,u. vi. hiiiiiii aim lor bou couniy ml Montgomery In said state of Ohio again. t the said John W. Smith and Mariraret hinil.n ,l.,rMi,.1...,iu setting forth that the said delcudunls gave a ...... .nnu w ..in . am tiiuiuas rf.n.Bmiin ou lot number twenty-llve hundred uud thirty -nine (H681I), In the city of llayloii. counlv and State aforusniil lo sorure tho payment of $ ISO according to certain uouis nderriMl lo In said mortgage, and praying that said delendauts may pav suid sum now dunned to U due. iniiutiitliiiir L, id.Ml ..rii..,i aid premises may lie soli I to par tho same i and ..in uuiuiiiisum hid iiniineii mat liiey are re quired lo appear and answer said utitlnn on or bel'oro the third Saturday alter the 1 lit li day ol rvmuivry nwxs. X tiljw. J . a. MM 1111, ions MONTOOM F.ltY COUNTY AaitlCCL- TCUAL ELECTION. riHE annual Klection ot the Montgomery Couniy I Agricultural Society w ill be held at the Court louse, oa sattmlay the atllh January, lain. . .. K. D. liAUbllM AN, President. m. nin.ne, nouretary. lows. ADMlIRATolt'irNoYiEr rplIK anderslgned has been appointed and niial 1 ided as the administrator of the estate ol Kliaabelh Slovens, Into or Montgomery rMiunty deooaaed. 1SS ANTkON f k l'i.l ll KNS NOTICli SI'S AN KAMHKV. a non-resident of the state of Ohio, Is untitled tbultleorge llauisey did, ou the 14th dar of January lsti7. Hie 1ns rirti,m in n. ortli- of the t lork of tho Court of t omnion Pleas, wituin ami lor me rounty or Montgomery ami Sluts of Oliiu, charging the said Susan Hausey with having been willfully absent Irom the said plaintiff for more than throe years past, adultery with one llnrtcl Holster and irms netl.u.i n, duty, and asking that he may tie divorced from sain nusan itainsey, wmcn petlllua will stand lor hearing at the next Urm of said Court. ., uUKts itAMSr V. M. P. Nolan, Attorney. ia Umi AM) FEED ST0UE. No.ft!! WAYNE 8TKKKT. Xlugouo Dutolt KKKHS constantly on hand a full supply ol LOlR and FltKK, at wholesale and retail. Which he will veil as low as It can belMilnrht at an other store or mill iu the city. His stock is all of me uesb ijuauiy. uu w.u ueiiver tut same to any part of the clly free of rharu-e. Also a large stock of ttne old husks for nmkinr " -' . iwi m. SUIUIW 1 r YOU WANT A KAKM tdrmttiaaia the WtaTKKH EM.PIKE Local Notices. Found A Ladies Fur Cape 1 The owner can get It at Henry Miller's Clothing Store, 316 Third street, by proving the article, and pi.ylng for this notice. Great Auction Sale! of Dry Goods and Notions. Messrs. Itouier A Durst, No. 69 Wayne street. Will sell, this evenlno- at nevnn o'clock, a large stock of Dry Goods, Notions. Tin-ware, Ac. The ladles are especially Invited to be present. 'DoDBON'a Station." If you would en joy a good meal If you would have good cheer If you would smoke a good cigar If you would meet genial friends If you would rest weary limbs, In a cozy rosort stop off at UUl Dodson's Station, 11k a Oknti.rman. Appearniices, In all the avocations of life, are useful. No mini, however Intellectual, makes an llnpresslon before a community, unless ho Is adorned well. It makes no difference how much brains you wear under your hatj If your hat Is greasy, your old-fashioned coat "out at tho elbows," and your shirt collar badly crumpled you don't pass muster yousljind aside while the customers of Schwarz, 1 IH Main street, avoid all this annoyance, by dealing with a reliable Institution. "Hudson's Station." A genteel retort. for cttiieut and tlramjert. Mkai.8. at Ai.I. houks day and night. "Uncle Jo." has 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. jalUdtf iW The birds of the woods are chirping anil singing lu their melodious songs that J. A. Mlnlck, corner of Jefferson and Mar ket streets. Is selling groceries of the best quality, cheaper than any other house lu the city. Tho birds arc right ! Dki'Y Competition. Lebensburgcr & Son, No. 104 Main street, call particular at tention to their new and splendid stock of full and winter Clothing. Tlicy defy com petition, anil win not uc uiiticrsolil ny any other house in the city. . -... . EWHntsand Caps very cheap, ot Goodman's. ttPTlie "MhI Team" has just landed the 11 nest brands of tobacco to be found any where In Dnvton, at. J. A ..Minlck'R grocery. corner of Jefferson and Market streets. Try It. I3P"A lot of new (jovern incut Overcoats at I fiO. Lessner & Brother. . daw tV Women's fine sewed linlmornls at Goodman's at SI 00. Bkats tiihm Am.. Harris Casslmere suits, (the salt, and pepper) heavy and of first quality, custom-made, at 125, worth fio, itt 118 Main street. II. Sciiwabz. J?TThk Mui.ks are Just limiting In a hundred barrels of Salt. Call lit J. A. Mln ick'a, corner of Jcll'crson and Market streets. Spi.kndid Ovkuooats. Lebensburgcr & Son, No.lOS Main street, have just received he most splendid lot of overcoats lu the city, wheh they arc offering at very low "res. . Call. and see them. Itdctw BaiigainsI Bauoains! I will close out my entire stock of Winter Clothing, (cus tom made,) positively at cost, until further notice. Call soon, at 118 Main Street. H. SCHWARZ. tSTImmmiHt) reduction in Boot and Shoes till flrut iIiihh work tit Goodman's. UO Main Street. fnr.tO days. These Goods MUST 1'osl- lively be uold, reyardlcus of cost. Lower Than Cost, $;) 7S. Home-made Jeans pants, lined, for $3 75, (clicnjior than tne stuff) at the Golden Eagle, 118 Main street. Kye and Kur. Dr. 11 arte r. Oculist and A nel St.. nf Ti.ni. Ohio, distinguished for his great success in curing iinniines und Deafness and the va rious ueiocts oi JSye and Ear, will visit Itayton rharnlx House Thursday. Fri day and Saturday, January 2J, 25 und 2C. Dr. Hurler Is a resident of Troy, Miami CoUlltV. Ohio, anil lms tioon flip ikt.i.,.. .,An wherehemadehuudreds ofpermancntcures .1 : .. i , ... in uiseiineu ryes anu ears, no is in Ills or flce the first week In every month. Dr. Harter has - a reputation of the hlvhcst standing as a scientific physician and a skillful eye and car surgeon. Ills referen ces are from well known and eminent men. His certificates of cures are genuine from persons ot easy reference, with postofllcc address glveu so that any one may bear irom them. Dr. Harter cures Blindness, Deafness, Cross-eyes, Cancers, Club-foot, Fistula, Hare-Lip, Son- Eyes, Tumors, Wens, Ac. See circulars. ia5dt25 Thk Wav to Success. The truo road to success is a fair, honest and upright way of doing business lu all branches of trade. Few, ifauy succeed, permanently, by any other course. What business uien need, I the respect and conlitleiica of those who deal with them. Tho truth of this theory Is fully Illustrated iu the case of II. Schwarz, the enterprising proprietor of the "Eaule Clothing Store," No. 118 Main street, In this city. From a comparatively small begin ning, less than two years ago, he has be come one of the most popular ami extensive clothing dealers In tho clly. His store is dally thronged with customers, and his suc cess has become a "fixed fact" in the busi ness operations of Dayton. The best thing about It U, that when he sells hlscustomcrs goods once, they are always sure to come back again, for the simple reason that they find lie never deceives them they can always rely both upon Ills word and his goods. lie wislies how to say to his customers and the public especially to his country friends that he Is now receiving the larg est and best stock of clothing ever offered in Dayton. It has been selected with spe cial reference to the holiday trade, and those who purchase will And every thing as represented. He takes this occasion to return his sin cere thanks for the patronage heretofore extended to hi in, and to assure his friends that no efforts on his part shall be wanting to merit a continuance of the favor and confidence be has heretofore received. ltdetw Ukst's Ku.tfkh I'mca lirDticro. In or der to accommodate all classes it ho desire to have pure drinking water this warm weather, H. Host would announce that he has reduced the price of his superior Filter to lfi. This will place them In the reach of all, and no family should be w ithout one- , jyl'Jdtr rf Women's Calf Shoes at Uoodman's at seventy-flvo cents. Fall and Wintkr Ci.otiiinu. A full stock of tho latest styles and best quality, Just received by Lcbensbnrger A Son, No. us main street,. IVVYoinen'a Kid Shoes at Goodman's at evcnty-llve cents. Bov'a and Youth's Cl.OTII INI1. An Cll tlro new apartment the best In the city Just received by Lcbcitsburger & Son, No. I0H Main Street. CSkkat Ri'.iuterioN. As we are deter mined to reduce our enormous stock of white, clothing, especially In overcoats, therefore we offer the greatest Induce ments to buyers ever offered In this city. Wo will sell without regard to 1)Heo or cost. Come and convince yourselves. Ilo spertAilly, Lessner et Brother. daw Look IIi.iik! Srhwarz will close out his Government Overcoats, (new) at fll 75. Sign ol Golden Eagle. H. SCHWARZ. New Advertisements. YOUNG JMEN, The ext.riiM.f nftlio )iwt ton vim hit demon. Htnitrd th .'net tlutt thu utniott reliance may be BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for tlio RH'p1y ii m itrmnninfc euro of Rinnina, wonliiicsfj. KiuKsionii. l'h vicul rnitl Nct-vmiN tit. hility, linotoiice, or wiint ol' poT. ur, thu rtmult of nt'aiiui vxctTnn, ur . YOUTHFUL INDISCKKTION w hich ncKhictcd, ruins lh huiiptnoftM, uihI unfltn thu Miilcrer for Itt.nusn, Hociul Hh Ictv or Mar ra;t uimI nfl'ii tci tnlnutcH in nn untimely Kruve. Make no U'liiy In run-kin the rentwiv. ltell'i pe. iMf J'ilh. rati lie uhi'iI w It hoiit doUt thin oi in- u riorotice with nuHinps )mnuiu, no -iia;i; f iit-:Tit i:nnihy, Thoy itrc enllrelv veirctuhle anil iterfnrtlv harm 1"h on the HVNtiMii. Kach hox rotitulim (H) UU, with full (lltvctions ami u treat I ou tho (toitMO- cUH'Iht ami euro. Trire One Uoltnr. IIcwmih of t ouutrrmitsl if you rannot nnM uro them of your Ih-utfifist, ketnl tho uionty to lr. Jamkh IlKVAN.t uilMlllltlK I'Tl V Kit 1IMI , Miy I.MI(KVHV, NtV York, ami t hoy vill be &uut by reiuin of mail free from obscrvatitm. For Halo by Jru,icff iti KOiiorally. T ) IDIKiS. It Vou rt'tltllre a reliable nniedv (o ninm vim ami. remove JrregulMiitleblorohMtructlontt. why not use the bent? livery Lmly known the lluhtent irreriilnrlty of iiiiiiiitT i! iiiuiiv io niinjf on iieueiarne, liitUluirttn, liw Hpiritri. I'uintliiK. I.VNteries, A,-.; then the hlo in fi" health latles. the apiietiu failn, nml other nyiuiutiiiN iiitiru iusiie?HtnK eMUiiienee, an weak nes, Hiiinal 4 niunlaintf.. (he Whiten. I'lolai.sn-s e.., Ac. A never failing remedy will he louiul In Dr. Harvey's Female Pills. The experience of thirty years hatt proved thev hure no euiial for Ueiiiovinir htruetiont ami Ir- reKuturiti(.it. No u attkr yuoM w ii at caihk thkv a itiHK. They are fafe and mire lu every rase. To wards nl'faMW1) lut.XfH are sold anniudlv, and no ooinniaint tt their ellieaey In ever heard, for they a'romnli)tb uhatihe are reireenied to do. Wold iu iMixe Containing aUty I'iUt. I'riee Ouc iHuiar. Dr. Harvey's Golden Pills Is a remedy four decrees stronger than 1 ho aliovfl, nud intended lorsoerial eiiHett of lotix Laudiiitf. 'ricutive 1 roll a rn nei Itnv If you eannot iurrhnse the pills of your lruff jfiMt, they will Iki neiil by mail.m4t paid, fterure Irom olrrvalion, on reeeiidof the money bv lr. .1 AaIK ilUY N,t oiihulling riiviirian, HID lii-oail-wav. New York. h'orvale by OniKK'lsti genurullv. Dr. J. BRYAN, CONS'Q PHYSICIAN, Kill llroadway, New York. wi-i.t i llljlllli T In nil rases nl nviuiiii,!, rHixiiai, uriiinry snn nervous IMsfasi-s 111 iiijiiii nr IrillltlH. AIIVICK r BKK Ullil currusitoinl dice HTHICTl-V i:ONFIIIKNT1AL. AGENTS -WAITED. hitinplos sunt trco. Noriltnl reiiulied. I.ailles or uuuuemuu etm earn truia ;i tu f 10 wir ilay. Knuloso sLaiiiii. and ailiiress XHJl'P & CO., Eitrhth street, New York. AVOID THE QUACKS. II' yon tiro nn rinir from the effects of Youthful i.mic ii-iMui nun nave MMinnal Wi ;ikiH, Klnis stons. An.. 1 will send you, rw of cAitrue. inlorma Hon which. If lullowi'il, will cure vou u ithont the uiu oi uitMiicincs. Ailitruks UKMtV AnlSUKN Jaliiawlyn station ll.New York. How to Make Greenbacks. IW A VT FIFTY (iOOD JIE.V, to travel anil sell 111" rruit-troo lnviiroraUir he Kt.ni., ..,, iv .. miiiiiIii riRlil. Circulars of reference, from iiu- merous ex iierlencAHl parties, who have useii it lor the lust four yiars, show it to bu uu enterprise which liuvs. anil nnvs well, to kvimv muu wh,. cultivates tree, or vines. Honest, resK,nsiliie anil energetic, men are neeiled. but none other nec 1 aiily, unci the liesl ol (-iiuviieus are rcijiiircti. i nc ouslness, so lur, has demonstrated that with nrooer activity, from Two TU FIVE IIIINIIKKU IIOLLias I'KS MONTH call he realized, from now till tne 1st April next. . . " r.r. jllMSw No. 107 JeiTersoh, Daytou, tillio. ATLANTA HOUSE, AND No. 31 KlarlteC Nlreet, North side, east und of Market, 1AY TON, OHIO. He-fitted, Re-furnished and He-opjned on the European Flan. Jjay-Omiillniki.es run lo uud from all trains. Ample Htahliiig lor Horses, dcoduwnm JAI.IlH w ACVKIt, Proprietor. IH' ANU HIAHIirAtTlfHED TOBACCO AND SEGARS, Tnulc SnlcMrooiiia, JO lsy St.. N. Y. Auction Hales held every Monduy. Wednesdav and Friday. All t.ooils sold on Commission nt the reaular r:ilcs. Itemitlanres made insuilHliately aftereuch sale (insiiiiiiH'iits solicited uf l'ufund Mainline, tttred iohaceo and beKurs. Particular attention w ill lie given Ui shippers in llond. l.ilHirul advance made. 1. Dneiii.iH l icuikii l. W. liiBBiN, 5 . Hntiiii.m Cifi.siKS L. II. t AVUIKS. ) A Co., Auctioneers. KKKKltENI KS BY PKHMIH8ION. .ItaKS HvmNiiToM, 1 m portur. !K Iteaver St.. X. Y. AtiHTiN A. F.htv, J state rtt . N. Y. Stitt It t o .17.1 17,'i WushiliKton Ht.. N. T. lion. Wm. IlKiisHoft hie iitii, l.ieut.liov. ol Illinois Hon KiarKi. AsilTON, Fernandinu, Kin. .iulOlHMllUI w to Paul A. Lafoo, (Huccessor lo H. ft K. Hternberfrer,) NO. 2i5 T1I1KI) STHKKT, Next lo rtfflre, DAWf'oil, ri)(, (,l) notify hisohl friends and tho pulillc H Konerallv that he has araiii resumed busi ness, and will hcrcaltcr keen one of the most complete hUM'ks oi t.lolluns, Men's Wear uud Kur ulshitiK i;.k,l lu the city, and which he w ill sell cheaper than the cheapest, t all and lie con vt need. deicM-dliu l-AI'l, A I.AtKK. w 1- lie j. d. a'mi w. w. auniiwAUO r. J. iuu.it McKEE, W00LWAED & WEAKLEY, (8uceeort to WoKanian, Smith A Co.,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DKALKKS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors in nsla St.. (Osvvrat HhIIsHbs;,) DAYTON, OHIO. AlsA, Pislillers of Bonrhon, Rye, und t'orn Whisky, L'upurbnuduskj , Ohio. uolSduwly Union Insurance Company. Dayton, Ohiii, January 14, 1SST. rpllE unnual election lor Directors of this Com 1 pauy will be helti ut the fuuipuu, 's ofll.-e. No. bin Third street,' I u tn. tlluo. Moudav. tha SUt day of Juuuury, 1MI7, lietweeii the hours of 1 uud to'clotk r a J AMIia TCUNklK, Trci.tci.t tisu. at. lioeiio, Jcrotry. julfcJS of H. SCHWARZ. New Advertisements. BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. Washington, .laimary IS. Vestertlny Mr. Anliley ealletl the Hontliern AsanelHlInn tntft'llier, anil was requested to IttrnlHli v I tlt'iiee In sitpptirt of liiiM-ailiiiii'iit. lie mibinittt'tl his article of 1 m ) mi,i-h tix n t lor tlielr etinsltlerallou. anil, a vote belnjr taken, resulted In eleven fur, ami ten ajtalimt, the linneiiehment. Mure Indian outrages have heen eoinniit ted In the vicinity ol Koit I.aranile. Two men eonneeted with the telegraph depart iitent have been killed, and (luverniiient prtqierty alnlen. Handall's bill provltles that, after Its pas sage, It shall be unlawful to ittatie a money any notes or billa not, anthori.i'd by t'on- frress; thftt the Meeretary of the Treasury authorized to iasite not exeeeilliiK three hundred luillloiiH in I lillcil States iioIch. not Iwiirliiji Intereat, of sticli ilenontlnations as he may iIitiii expi'tllent. not lesa Minn tn eaeh, which hIiiiII be lawful money and legal tendre ; said notes to be lined only in exchange for National Hank Issue, ami for the purchase of (nu ll amount of linked Slate bonds as may be necessary to earry out the true Intent of this art. Tin1 eonari vatoi y attached to the Exeru tlve Mansion was b;idly damaged by lire this morning, at least one-third ol the val uable plants therein ladng destroyed. The loss on the building lu fjn.OOO. The plants destroyed were of a rare ehai ncter and for eign origin, ami ran not. he replaced for years, and at a eost of 100.000. The dirty scamps, who swung 'round the elrele lust fall, as tho Southern Loyalist Hamilton, ol Texas, and other sued have now iu the hands of the printer an address to lite Unionists of the South. It embraces an argument In favor of the Impeachment uf the l'lesitlent, including aperitif at ions and details of political life. This associ ation i-nihraufB twenty-one persona, among them Mr. Hamilton, of Texas, Mr. Intrant and King Cutler, of Louisiana. In the Supreme Court to-day, Itiadley T. Johnson, formerly a rebel General, was ad mitted to the bm under the new rules re scinding the test oath. lu the Senate, to-day, Mr. Wilson, from the Military Committor, reported the hill of the House of the lust session to estab lish and protect National cemeteries, re quiring each grave to be marked with the muni! of the occupant, and each cemetery to he Inclosed with a stone or Iron fence, and appropriating rii),000 for earry ing out the purpose. The tariff hill iu its present shape Is likely to fail iu the Semite. It is stated that in the opinion of the Treasury De partment it would reduce the present re ceipts of customs one-half, and thus render any reduction of internal revenue Impos sible. Sumner, to-day, made one of his literary platitudes against the President urging his drHisilion ami Impeachment. Secretary Stiintou has testillcd before the House .ludirlary Committee relative to the complicity of .tell'. Davis In the assassina tion plot. He submitted to them all the evidence In that particular ou tile In the War Department. If seems to he settled that If the nomina tion of t.ciici-al Dix as Mini-tcr to France is rejected by the Senate. Vice President Foster w ill be appointed by the President. Canadian Affairs. Tohonto, January IN. A gunboat will be stationed at Kingston until spring, in consequence of the number of Fenian con victs in the Penitentiary there now. A guubiiat. will also bu stationed In tho Niagara Hiver. Theexports from Canada to the United States during the past yiatrare as follows: Wheat, (11(1,000 bushels, and barley, 2.IKK1. 000 bushels; butter. tllO.IHKI paunils: flour, 1110.000; luinber, 127,WJU,(JWleet. An Uutortiinatn Jlmlicul liuscul. Xuw Oiu.KANH, January 1H. Dispatches were received here- a few ditva ago an nouncing that Deputy Collector of Internal llevenue lirown had been assaulted at Du vall's HI ill); Arkansas, and rohbed of $15, 000 belonging to the Uoverumeul. An investigation proved thut the party had purloined the money for their own purposes. This morning the Commissioner was apprised by telegraph of the arrest of Brown and his accomplices and their con- iiiiement lu jail in Arkansas. The stolen luiuls were all recovered. NOTICK. 'plIK piililic are hereby cautioned X chasing two notes, payable iu printing, lo the order of ,f. K, ft V. K. Sherman, dated either the nth or ulsiiit that date of January, lHe.7, as said umcs were ohtalueil thi-ouirh traud, and without value reeeiveil, aim w 111 uot lie pant. Jol&'e'l li. I.. Ill ItliOWS ACTUAL lusmcss Iflllcgt, 4 Third St., Dayton, O. Now nrenpvlfur 1 1 n-w lar bntMlhiw Ttmr liniatimntUuJ iWrii.-fi.m , vIk. r t , Truck T , Ormititm .'k'". h'-tmUAn mmd fhimivat.v Thoroughly iiuitllHttl 'Va her roualntl ,m plnrfl. HtuJi iita. mal.-tir fi ml, cttu enter 1 anjr t.om. Vttitom nlwuyn welronm. tkmi und tnvcMiiralt. Vor Terma, Circular auil Collrtfe rupf r, addrM s. li A yTiii, J. GRIER, onto. luiuttdlunilnwlyl BUTLER HOUSE, IIAMIIroN. OHIO. D. f. KIMCY . Praprlt tor Jiil'Jvvtf sili.woti :. A- w tin, 'ino nn ie. IS'i ts ( eianu.lailrs Waukuoonh. 87S Itroadwuv. New York. Our I'ianos are aeknow 1. cdrifdto beeiual if not soirior in tune, durabil ity, uudAuish to uny sold lu New York or else where. WAKSANThU roa SKVSN VhASS. lric less than auy othr flmt class luukeru. Nend fur price list. ilei-JW Siuow jMTIci0l rpll K uudersiirned would iuroriu the pulilie that L. lie has sold Ins entire stiM'k ol (.'ignr 'luleicco und vurious other sinouins' urtieles to fr.iias Uees, ho will cent iu ue the business ut the old stand, umi whom hu C4irdiaily l-ecoumiendt his old t'rtends ami customers. The business w ill be settled hv the undersigned hiuiseir, uad lliose iudubtud lo'hliu ill pleusu niakoeurly bavtuent. J'l i.ll lloliShl KIN. 3U11 as XL 00s, fSuecssor of Julius Uoruslein.) H3 Tlilrd kticel, Uaflu, elila. rpAKKH tin? lllierty to nolilr the old friends and customer ol his nredecessor. and the itub. irenerallv. that he e.iniiiiu. iniu u.,ll b.,..u I'lKar uad 1'otiuceo htisiuo. cclclirau d liv iu Mllsr Ml 1-l.llllllt jtlt AN !- IIS t li.AKS AMI I'OUAt t O, as well as hy larKesi sUs k ol sinokini articles iu Kcueral. J'leae call and lie cm, uieej le. ji.llw KUAs UKKS. Special Caution. tlrs,U I.l,eUNKIIU rillMl MYHI'P has liuoouie so popular that various parties have put out article! citlliua- theia Mrs. Wluslow's IMense Uike notir that I'll K kl HS wtkinu'i,v THK SUllTlilMi S Ul l' Is MIT KIN S hi 'I Kll mm s-ii u111r.1t akiux... JuVtlawSin Ksbark'l niiiera. "Tsitir la iraa wssrd srakasi s jws' sNi.i a Kc"".iiiau so uis irien.l w no re. marked that "Urasakarkssit .., Bait Kaiclft air litra' Errors of Tonth. A Gentleman wbo suffered for. years from Nerv. lleliiltty, rretuatura lleeay, and all the effect yuuthful Indiscretion, will, tor the sake of suf- ferina humauit.v, send tree lo all who need it. Ihe riH'eiot and directions for niakitiir the sitnolerein. ed) ly w hieb he w as cured, culferer w Ishius to ur.int iiy uie auvertiser's exiieneuce cau uo so bv addreeaiua;, iu pvrlevt aonSdenee iim n.isttiKS, as6wSMS No Uledar slivel, New York. Monetary and Commercial. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, January 18. Fi ih h Spring superfine Is held at $0 25 M!t7!; W inter (.. U 7tl() 2"; Spring ex tra, 10 Uodtsll M)j Winter do. at II Mmi ftO; Spring futnllv.Hl :!oo12 75,and W inter ilo.nt rJ7;i(rtl;i Wl; Inncy is limited atl t Of IT), with small sales; 100 hbls. Winter lainlly sold to-day at. 12 M. W'iikat W'lntt'r red may be quoted f 2 7.1 oil 2 HO s No. 1 do. at2 Hft,audextrast 92 0. Mill Wheat was offering at i 75. No traiwaetlons reeordetl in W hite, but holders are asking 2ri(g3 for No. I Ohio and Indiana. Coiin Kar Corn Is In light, supply, ami holders are asking at the close fl(fir,c. nt the lower roads. No. 1 shelled lu bulk, on elevator, Is held llrm at (Kki.; including gunnies, 7.V. Is asked. Oats We quote No. 1 In elevator nt 49 .Vic, and No. 2 at 47(it4 Uvk Holders werectintendlng for higher prices, hut buyers were unwilling to pay over! HI for No. 1. Haulky The market rules dull nt l 70 (nM 7ft lor choice Fall, and 1 :i(rtl 35 for the same grades of Spring. i him Kin is The market rules quiet, with a fair inquiry at 2:12(1'!. for fair to choice Kio Coffee; llui ltc. for raw Sugar: V)Ui Kl'4'e. for hard reliucd, and 70(75e. for Porto Jtico. Wiusar A steady and unchangetl mar ket. Hondcd Is held at '.'lie. w ithout sales. Duty paid Is not Inquired alter, and prices are nominal. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, January 18. The money market Is rather more netlvo at (1(1(7 percent, for call loans. Sterling exchange quiet at VfCgOWner cent, for lirst-clnss hills. American gold llrmer; opening at i:i7.', advancing to 137J,', declining to 130., and closing at Ufl V " Governments are a shade higher. Uold closed weak at 130?,,'. the amount of cash gold 011 the street being steadily aug mented by gold sales. ! rAHKGIiAK, Importer of RHEIN WE ITT And dealer In CATAWBA WINE,' No. 27 Third Street, Jyaudtr Bayton, Ohio, . WALTER TROWBRIDGE Custom Boot and Shoo Maker, ir(A r(, on, door Katt qf TtleKop Building, ,,k'" I" eriler all kin, I. of Ladles' and (ietitle iI inen's wear, of Ihe lalust styles and liosl ma PHILLIPS HOUSE, Corner of Main und Third straots, DAYTON, OHIO. L.Reibold - - Proprietor rpilisi larinand mi,il,,r hotel has l.een nut In I thonnmh repair, Hum the hasement to the allie, ed. ... nun e,erj con veil icurc Hlitl eemliu't nrovid. w llhent reituril to exn nsn, niaklUK It, with- uut illlcsliull. Kl KMT. CLASH IIOTKL. Ihe-Plilllii.B-ls liimlstied w ith ererv ronre iilen.e and Iumiiv knmtn tn holel kee'iiina In Anienra. uud uIIci.Ik uu eleanul Inane to am travelers, nr ethers Im may lavnr It w ith Ihcl'r lailr.in.iae. I.therul arraiiKcmcnts made w Ith is'i tnillK'lit llnarders. JaHiIll Public Sale of Government Goods, ri,win"!T'NVi0f.Ji,',l' I"'1 S"'""'1 Articles. Vy Will he sel. Int , ill. lie ailelionst No S4S Ka,l IA. lllhaiMUAl Oh .lA.M-Alty, tho ioiiow. Iiik tiisids. viz : ..... Hand Suwi. t'riiss.i'iti Mu-s liws, hlia.les, Hbiivels. Picks. Matlo. k,'. I,,,',,,,!,,, Axes, new. II'. ad Axes, Hatches, (lilsids (assorted irieti). AH7.es. Augers I hmi nt .,, I . . Ail. I...i....j . 1, .. . ; ""'." ...iiiiiiiers. iri.'ii , maieiicil I I :ttie it ,.L .... in. n. . k i,iii, num. i.oi n like Klau s. l.u,u,,i ; oars, in urn lirliis t ircu .'." ,h" ",-Trneel lialtis. iluttt hain.. Ilulleri lime. Hair Mnltrasses, Kl a.li I'linips, schnls ami Iriisses .eather llelt.nir. Halter;, tlx Y.ikes. one iiku.i ii.,i.. 1 1 . . :.. .... ..uiv-nei,. ma jiiacniiie, , auip toffee crew Jacks. W roiifrht Iron strap I Mills iron w..i,e. . V .?,c " "h'-"-" uiu i 11 . ' ' ,"",,s. iiauniail spikes, Uaw llaimners. t ast-steel llalnniers. V -r lints T.'Y! "si"',!1' I1!' J'm''"- '"'lea. 12 14 and till o,.! lacks, Miillealile Wrenches. Mulches, Iiy .loss Ink in iiiiirt-liottles.lA,al nil t alis, half iuf U'. ...motive Oilers, blew Pans. MaUelsf liorte lirushes . Harness, Hamea ami t o lars. Halter strap.. Neck strap., Seive.. oil Wones.one lalire I'lntlorm rteale. une small I'latlonn .scAle lleiieh Secws, Ax Handles, Itrnad Ax Humlles (aw i hams. Screw I'lutes und Kiel. "u"u". I.KVKU JACKS yon 1U I.LI.VO STUM PS, And a great uiauy articles too uumerous to uien- Sale liositive unlit all i. sold and will onntinnn day and night K. W. MutaiiwiK oa, Auc'rs Kl.ll.NS JallkM DISSOLUTION OK I'O-I'AHT.V KKSlfir. rplllS partnership herelolore exlstinir under Hie A llrm name ol lleiusou Jt Treutnian. w as dis "'V".'AV B1,u,al cuisent, on the 7th day ol Janu ary lain Kithor partner Is authorized to settle the business of the old llrm JDHX .1. ItKINSDN, . C. A. TKKI TM AN. III'SI.NKSS NOTICE. C. A. Treutnian will continue the liusiness at the old stand ol linn I'reuuaan. ut No. 5U Jof. lei son street, one door soulUol lhe second Na tional liauk. t A I'll Kl 'T XI A V J.n.ary 7, 18.17. U " 1 'MAS. EXECUTOIfS SALE OK THE JOHN MAI'S E KAHM. 1 will offer for sale, at public surtiati ou , iraufsifnj., January si, iwn, lletw een the hours ol one and lour o'clock 1' H liion the premises, the following dcscrilied reaf estate situate In Hloiitfromery tounlv. su'le S t h o. to-w l: .Icing lol ty-lwoucres. more or leaV vo tu'T """''i','.1 "'" """'ei.uarur oi wi,7u ?a.l, Ac ' ' U,wu"""- rikugt Uve it" I h'e pre mises have been appraised, free ol doer, at one hundred ami ten d.dlun. pur ucie IKKalnlir SAI.t,i,,.third cushi one. third ii one year, and ono thml in two years Iron, "lie 1st day ol April. 1N,7. wi ii.teimt irom that date "re.KT.ld.1" b 'url "Pa liT. 1 lie premises are situated nn the Lis s.si,, ...., au.l I a.ljoinii.g lhet..u ..I Aunty, and iut olTe-' half mile -"I.U. ol the Wolf ir.es I'ike 'J here is Um, Ihe premise, a good Irnuie dw oiling w h I g.s.l ejllar under same; gooj frame 1,5 a . Veil l gl water: sb.ue spring house; .to tie .Bloke hou and .11 the neee.sar? out.ldlng . "li in .h.i repair, a )ou..g or, hard ol neurmg Iruil ol : atcrtt o.entf..r.l.M k. M A at V a,v vV vl's? -. w u .M'utsr sr Js.ism Mause, deceased. "0 W Miivi(R, Attorney. ibvt ADMlMSTKATOIts SALE OK HEAL Estate. Marl Woruiau's Adtnlnlslrutor v.. Mary Thell ei ai. IN ur.uaiie of an order of .ale granted by the Probate tourt of M gouierv louuly, Ohio I will otter lot sale ul puhlK aucliuu, " Om (As W uViy of Araary, A. Z. 18117, At two o'clock r. .. ut the door r the Ctturt House. Iliel.diowingdesriilail n.al estate situate iu i,e city ol l.iijlou and county of . . . , soma null ol lot numbered i71 I. ., . .V ... ...... . . . ---.( ...i. I pen Mild lot there is a Beat and nomll.rtable one storv brick Lou... eonta.i.iug ti.ies, kmiiu.. iu eluding uconiloruble kitchen. ' Said pmpert) has ln.cn ap.raise at Stgsi T1-.11.VI.S of 'bAI.K-tlne third cash' one thlrH In one year, and onv.lhird in two veuri Iron. dv ol sale, with interest. Ihe navuieni. L?,L by tuorlgage upon vliv ireuiises suld. Ad.ur of tstateof Marlu Wonuuu. utSsiLl J. II. llauuuTT, Ally .lor Hch nahle. )lw NOTlt'K. M YJ""i' ..'!' J""" ' h",,b' mr dauga- eiii..r ol tu.ui ou inv ai-eoui, " "r,,a" " JAtXjB t III IIB, of Centerville N. It. lys.M'" ' ' "