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week, (jnTfllile to Carriers) By mail, per annum iu adv anct...,.nw ..$ to ca..... 1 uu !!MltE. ne rottY, mt annum .... , fsj no I "It? I i KM I'l II K circulate, H oe of iimtaga in Montgomery ooiintv. 1'ayment la advance la all JOU PKINTINO. reary description, executed on Mean. Presses, ll me best st le, ami at reasonable prices. EMPIRE BUILDlltG, NO. HO, WMH STI Professional Cards. WILMER H.BELVILLE, ATTORWEY- AT-LA.W, iJAYTorv. oiiio. IXTM'.-lnrtli.ilsl and .taitl silroela. Corner Third auMiLiw Jm 4 J. J. BELVILLE, Attorney n -i Law AND NOTAItY eUUMC. lirridK: listiil.TnTfersan alra.t, Opon-ltc tha Postntnre, iiildawlin ' II.VYTON, OHIO. ODLIN fit CAHILL, Attorney . and Counselor- at Law, (InrtnKa'l :l tllttliss'.Thlrri alref. folfl.ilwtr' IIATTOX.UIIIO. E. THOMPSON, A-ttornov- and ISTotnrv- bATTON', OHIO. WlT,T. ATTKVn TO ALT. BUSINESS Intrusted to hint with diligence, promptness, and ".are. n, mice on Third street, oyer Labonsburrer's Unth ,n store. nov2T-dwlT C. L. V ALL AN DIC HAM, Counsellor at Law, DAYTON, OHIO. UTILL PRACTICE I IT THE SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. Hce VTorman's new building, opposite l'ost Km. mUt FRANCIS C. BICELOW, Attorney-fit -Law I) A Y I'DN, OHIO, r r-CL' In Wonaan's new building, opposite e Tost office. jundtf (1KOROK W. HOtTK. JOHN A. H'MAIION HOUK & McMAHON. ittorneya Law, DAYTON, OHIO, tifflne o. 332 Third Street, Katof Main. nnv'J5ftin Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Dr C. McDERMONT, Surgeon General of Ohio. OFFICE COKN Kit I'll I Ii l ANI WILKINSON STItKKS. DAYTON. OHIO. oraltl Dr. A. (1. BUG H XIXG, o A.YTO rr. oh:io. OVFICR lii Wiir'iiTPi'! Biiil-lhitf (np Httiir) .letTersnn strp(t. fipinwite I'lnnnix !litu, TAH iHTiniiiHMitly liM-.aU'il In lny ton, jnnl wil 11 lie ftmii'l at hin iilllcu;ituli linnrs, ejtrupt whvn Iti-'it'ONSiiinully absent. Jnltltt' dr".1eT jennIncs, L;lto Tost Sui-ffenn Camp Dennisnn, offers his ser-vii-es aw PIIYSUJIAM AND MJItOKON to tho .ttNxen nf lvtin ami Ticltiity Tiri-:-IV. r.T liaalaw St., between .ad 4th, ' Where he may be tmiml at all hours. Ueferencea Urs. J.O. ttcevo, J. Uavif), .1. W. Iietrich. sepiV-iltf Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER & SPIELMAN, av.i THIRD STItEKT, DAYTON, O. Are prepared to serve as AUCTION KKKS In country and city, or will sell 'flood, on consignment. .1. K.CIItmTOI'lIEKand DAVID (JI.AKK fphQI.wtf Anrtloner. Business Notices. ( Doctor DYSPEPSIA , STRICLAND'S i I iual1" I Dr. Strickland's . f. .. TONIC. Tated preparation of Roots ami Herbs, with ihtitlacids and carmin;itives to streinftli'Mi tho stomach and nurvous systKin. It is certain remedy for Dyspep-la or Indiges tion, Ncrvousnena, Loss of Appetite. Aci In ty of the Stomach, Flatulency and Debility it Is not alcoholic, therefore particularly auited for Weak, Nervous, and Dyspept.; pergonu. For sale by all Druggists every; where at 1 per bottle. Dr. Strickland's PILE REMEDY CUKE FOR PILK8. Has cured thousands of the worst cases of Blind and Bleeding Piles. It gives imme diate relief, and ellect a permanant cure Try it directly. It is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists at BOcts. pur bottle. Dr. Strickland' MELLIFLUOUS COUGH NO MOKE COUGH BALSAM 'is warranted to' be the only preparation known to cure Cough, ('olds, lloarseiieef Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronic Cough.' Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup. B Ang prepared from Honey and Herbs, it healing, softening, and expectorating, an particularly suitable forallall'cctions ofth Throat and Lungs. For sale by Druggists evervwhers lunl) Latest News Quick. Kales, Small Profits AT CJEO. K OOI-I WA-LT'S PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE. N. 3IS Third Street. Nlffta ff k tUolden nout. IV order to gi re place for a Uru -ipriny trk of HooU and Shoe. I will cll my uuitru ktm k on hand at frreatlv rwlueeil price Hoot and hhoei imide U order. Hepairinir neatly done. I.KOHGK Horn WALT. dttSftdavrtm Dayton, Otilo. AW N I NG To all who need New Onea, mw OI4 Ones Bepuired: In law week! I will open my old bu.lne.s of Kalngithorouithly acquainted with all It. branch eiiiceu. oi Davtou and vit'ltiity, lio may need anything In tin. line, need go no further, eilliar ur good work or rcawnnble prl-e. W M. F.t .'liKlSTOPHPHj feltdtf NoSBo'Jbird atreet. M ANUFACTUREliS' LABEl-S jU tarsal ndulj at the , t4UlK SaeaaaJab Rooms. r HE VOL IV B ail y Empire DAYTON O. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ID, 1807. NO. 132. THE BASIS OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT. f0ntvt, That the several funics composing the Unltad Mates, are not united on the urine. Die uf unlimited submission to their t.eneral Uovarn ment, hut that by compact, under the style and title of a Constitution ol I ho II nlted states, and or amendments thereto, they constituted a General Government, for special purposes delegated to that (iofirnment certain fVfti.it powers, reserv ing, each Htiite to Itself, the residuary mam or riktlit ti their salf-BroVRrniiie.nt: mid tliat when. ever the General Government assumes undrlega ted power, its acts are unauthoritative. Told, and of no force; That to this compact each Hlate ac ceded an a State, and In an integral uartv. It co- States forminir. as to itself, the other uartv : that the t.overnnipnt created by this mm pact wn not made the exeluslve or flu it f judge of the extent'of the powers delegated to Itself, nine that would have mate it discretion, and not the Constitution, the me .sure id' it n wers: hut that, as in all other rate nf compact amonu pownaa havinu NO COMMON Jt'lMIR, KACR KAKTY HAS AN KgiTAI. RIOtlT TO JClM.K FOR ITHKt.r, AH W KM. Ol 1 1 FRAC TIONS At OF THE MOfll ANUMKAHtTRB Or RKDREftS Th4 Writ ktntxu'ky faatiutitn q 1119. Democratic State Ticket. for oovkknor: ALLEN tt. THURMAN. FOR LtKUTENANT OOVKRNOR I DAXIEL S. UHL, of Holmes. FOR TREASURER ! Dr. C.FCLTOX, of Crawford. FOR AUDITOR : JOHN' McELWEE, of Butler. FOR ATTORNEY UENEKAL: FRANK II. HURD, of Knox. FOR JUDOE OF SUPREME COURT : THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. FOR CONTROLLER OF TREASURY : WM. SHERIDAN, of Williams. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS : ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. News by Telegraph and Mails. ? The great flood In the Western rivers still i continues. The Illinois River has not been so liitrh in thirty rears as it is now. All the streams in that State are overflowed, and the damage done Is beyond calculation The body of Joun LaNO, a German far mcr, living near tannage, i,ampncu county, Kentucky, wns found In the woods, about 21)0 vnnls from his house. liistSuiidny, where It had been left, evidently, by the murderers, who had beaten him to death. The news from Ireland is of a meager character. It seems that the cable was saved by the crew of amiin-ot-war. Kofar the only person reported hurt is a police man. The steamer Lady Gay blew out her cyl inder head just below St. Louis yesterday, killing the engineer. Some persons went to the house of a Mr Ci.kmonb, of Jessnmine county, Ivy., on Friday night, to rob his smokehouse. Clp.mons heard the nole, and came to the door to drlvo them away, when lie was fired upon and Instantly killed. Three shocks of an earthquake were ex perteneed at San Diego, California, on the 1st Inst. " ' ""' " The City Marshal of Lawrenceburg.Ind, Mr. John Howard, bad his right leg cut off below the knee, yesterday afternoon, while attempting to board a train on the Ohio and MisslsMppl Railroad. He missed his footing, unfortunately, and fell be neath one of the wheels. Great preparations are being made for the Inauguration of the new Opera House at St. Paul, on Washington's Birth Day. One hundred and fifty performers will as sist In the concert. The New York Stock Exchange has given 10,000 for the purchase of food for the poor of the South, by the Southern Re lief Commission. In the Senate yesterday, Mr. Saulsbuby designated Secretary Seward as the Me ruisTOPHiLES of the age, and he added that he and Stanton were dragging the Pres. ident to compromise with Congress. Forty recruits of tlie Eighteenth Infantry are said to have mutinied while on the route to Fort Phil Kearney, recently, and, under the lead of an old soldier, had shaped their course for Mexico to join the army of .Ti'AHifX. The safe of tho County Treasurer of De Kalb County, at ' Auburn, Indiana, was broken ojieii on Saturday night and robbed of f 15,000. The navigation of the Mississippi Is open as far up ss Quincy, and the prospect is that the ice will move out from above In a few days. The New York insurance companies, staggering under the Immense losses . suf fered during the last year, have advanced the rates of premium twenty to twenty live per cent. An extra charge is made for buildings without iron shutters. An eagle, measuring twelve feet from tip to tip of wings, recently attacked a large dog of mixed mastiff anil Newfoundland blood, in Marquette, Wis. The dog had disabled the eagle Just as a boy came up with a pitchfork, when the bird attacked the boy, but was eventually captured. From Europe. From Europe. [Per Cable.] Fenian Movements, &c. London, February 18 Evening. The cause of the Fenian outbreak in South Ire land is yet buried in obscurity, though the telegraph lines through the disallected dis trict are again working. Some say it was caused bv the arrest ol an American olllcer, Captain Morriarity. Nowhere lias life been taken or property destroyed. The Fenian plan was to attack Killarnav. cant lire the olaceand then march to Cork, but the immediate dispatch of troops Irom Cork to KillarneJ, by (.eneral Bates, and the celerity of Colonel Howard's movements, defeated the whole plot and caused the Insurgent bands to disperse. Head Center Murphy, and Colonels Law ler. Healy, and Johnson have been arrested in Limerick, and important papers found unon their Dersons. and in their lodgings. The alarm caused by these events Is about over, ana excitement is rapiuiy auusiaing. A dispatch from Toulon announces the death, by apoplexy, of Lieutenant Corn wall, of the American iron-clad Miantono uiali. The famous ex-rebel steamer Sumter has been lost in the North Sea. Frankfort, February ll Evening. United States bonds 77. Paris, February It Evening. Ameri can bonds 83. It VOU WANT A FARM Advert!. laths WatsXiCKN EMPIRE Fenian Movements, &c. BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. Washington. Fchrnnrv 1R. Tmnmla. (doner Bogy has succeeded" in having trans- icrreti to me marge ol the Indian Depart ment six or seven thousand Navajoe lniiiiiiix, nuw niua prisoiiurs oy trie military In New Mexico. These Indians cost the Government last. year, for food and transportation, a million and a half of dollars, whereas, bv the trans fer, the Commissioner proposes to take bettercareof them at not exceeding one half million dollars. Calculations made as to the vote on Re construction Hill, one is that forty-five lie- piiTinc .uis ami tinriy-nve i leuiocruts, or eighty in all, will vote iigainst, and eighty two l!ciiilillcans In favor of it. Others say the Iloii-e is equally divided. The majority either way will be very small. lliesw.itara arrived oil' the Navy Yard this evening, with John 11. Surratt aboard. A guard has been stationed at the wharf to prevent communicijAion with those on board except by hlicUotllc al Derniisslon All parties are at fault to-night as to the action mat snail oe naci to-morrow In the House on the Sherman Reconstruction Bill As the matterstauds, the probability is that tlie bill will be defeated ; and Congress Is again at sea on reconstruction. Then may follow some general plan on which the President and Congress can agree and co- Oliernie. The Senate, to-day, confirmed Milton W W. Wonleii, as Assessor of Internal Ileve uue for the 8th District of Ohio. An order was Issued in the Department oi me aouin, uatcu unarleston, February inn, mat an ennsiea men now undergoing eoiitineinent by sentence of Court Martial for desertion, be released when they had been confined six months. 1 A petition from the Legislature of Utah was presented to Congress to-day. It as serts that polygamy has had a great moral influence In saiinir the ueonle from prosti tution and other ki'iilred evils. Having enougn oi meir own mey ucsire tiouentile Interference, The Committee on Finance recommended the restoration of tho Portugal mission and after some debate, during which Mr. Grimes said he believed Mr. Harvev had been paid out of tlie Contingent Fund of me mate Department, it was adopted. The amendment was adopted approprl ating tilO.OOO for cable dispatches. Mr. Grimes moved to reconsider thevot passing the Diplomatic Appropriation Bill, lor the purpose ol reducinir the contliurent fund of the State Department from S0O.0UO to .)U.tnJ. which was agreed to; 10 to 10. The House, to-day, 95 to 00, laid on the table a resolution instructing- the Commit tee on Banking to Inquire into tlie expe diency of withdrawing the Nutional Bank currency, anu supplying its place by United States Treasury notes. As amended in the Senate, the tenure of olllce bill now includes Cabinet olllccrs among those who can not lie removed with out the advice and consent of the Senate, and provides that they shall hold their of fice tor tlie term of the President by whom they are appointed, and for one' month thereafter, subject to removal by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Naval Committee of the House will, in a lew days, report a bill' to remove the Naval School from Annapolis, Newport and New London will be mentioned as suitable places to which Its transfer may be sally made. Some significance is attached to the fact mm nu ui tne vauinet. anu rostmaster tien eral Randall called on the President to-dav and remained some time in conference with him. The bill for the election of a Conores- slonal Printer by the Senate was passed. It is generally unuerstoou mat .loiin u. i)e- irees, late superintendent of Public Print will REDUCTION OF THE SOUTHERN STATES. [Special to the Cincinnati Commercial.] W ashinoton, February 18. The House was to-day the center of immense attrac tion. One of the largest crowds of the session asseniulea to witness tlieauticipated struggle on the so-called Senate Recon struction Compromise Bill, which passed that body on yesterday morning. Hun dreds were unable to iret Into the tralleries. and were obliged to remain in the rotunda and corridors. When the bill came from the Senate In tlie shape of an amendment to tlie House military bill, Mr. ;.Stevens moved to non concur In it. A general debate then opened. Messrs. noutweu anu Mevens denounced the Senate plan, while Messrs. B mine. Blnir ham. V Ilson, Ainsworth and Baker favored It. The Democrats did not participate In the debate, but voted with Stevens and twenty-five other Republicans against ordering the previous question. Mr. Uing- naui was severe on .Messrs. .ntevens and Boutwell. At the evening session tlie House agreed that the debate should be continued to night, and that a vote on the bill should be taken to-morrow at eleven o clock. It Is believed that It can be passed by about fif teen majority. The Government will probably take an appeal to the Supreme Court from tlie re cent decision of tlie Court of Claims, giving oliicers five dollars a month additional for servants hire from May 1, 1804, and March 18U5. [Special to Gazette.] THE DEBATE. The House is crowded to-night, and each siesker is limited to twenty minutes. Members have atD-inpted to poll tlie Mouse to-night, and conclude that thirty-four Democrats and about forty-seven Repub licans will vote against the bill, giving eighty-one In the negative, ihe highest vote during the day has been 163. Tills would give one or two majority for the bill, though other members may come in, and some Included above may eliange their minds. If tlie hill passes, and is vetoed, the President can keeD it from Comrress till Man-Ill. The Democrats can defeat It by flllibiistering. If they desire, and some are threatening this if itbecoiiies necessary. Export of Treasure—The Markets. San Francisco. February 18. The Gol den City, for Panama, sailed to-dav, with S81.300 treasure. 4.2(I0 of which is l',,r New lork, 107.000 for England, lijfi.lKK) for France, $200,000 for Valoaraiso. ami the balance for Panama. Over 10,000 barrels flour shipped to New York. The receipts of wheat have been hi rife. In the bulk. The amount was liiiuicdialclv placed aboard outward-bound vessels. Good shipping la quoted at tl 06. Flour: sales of extra at SO, and superfine at ir 20. iu.uoo uarreis nave already been engaged for tlie next New York steamer. The Fenians in New York. New York. February 18. The Fenians profess to believe there is fighting going ou In Ireland, and are working with energy to send aid to tlie men in the gap. Colonel uowning s rara nas met wun a most hearty response, and quite a number of respecta bly dressed roung men have already had their names recorded, and ex pressed a will ingness to band over 100 each. Every ward in this city, Brooklvu. Williamsbunr. and Jersey City, has contributed. Meetings of Circles are to be bald all over the citv and very State. The object Is to collect funds, arms and clothlug. The Mexican Muddle. New Orleans, February 18. Advices received fromOrizaba. Mexico, to the 11th lust., say that the llnal and upletn evac uation of the Capital by the French forces took place on tho Hth Inst., anil the whole expeditionary corps was on Hi way to Vera Cms. General Mat-nurse, at the head of 10,000 of Maximilian s Mexican troops had been intrusted w ith tlie defense of the City of Mexico. The Imperialists claimed that they had an army of 30,000 men, well armed. Wholesale Murders. St. Louis, February 18. In Rrookflelil, Lynn county. Mo., on the loth Inst., a man named Sidney S. Nichols, a native of Ken tucky, of a quarrelsome disposition, had an altercation with his wife about some real property, which ended in ills shouting I er, and his two sons, aged twelve and nine years, by a former wife. Then dragging them out into the grass lie stood hy them and shot himself. The cruelty of this man has been long noted and the suspicion which had been entertained Is now strengthened that he murdered his two former wives, his father and one or two of his children who died mysteriously. New Advertisements. THE MERCK ANTS XWS FXfRESS COM!. CAPITAL, - - $20,000,000, Owned and Operated by Our Merchants and Manufacturers, Carries by Express, Money, Valuables, Freight 4 Parcels, Over more than 13,000 miles of Express Line, Ami n more thnn FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES, And tliroti;li them to More than 4,000 Cities and Towns, At Just and Liberal Rates, Bnscd on DISTANCE and COST. Our Lines are constantly Extending, VNIl ivi.l .m-.ti pscroil tlioso run by liulh Um Ani-TK' in ntnl l S. Kiprc.i Cu'n. Cher $100,000 pur month y !vl fo Kt'ircs) StnpiM liv I'im "rn- " i;.. ;uM Cii.j M.iiiir ;tii 1 unit pc'rin.iniiit ly t'Siinir- tl- tftii' MIiimm! pit imik if. lnlh"rt" ; n;- i' 1 11 . I ! II' -l-stlt't'l ftlir t II ' IITI'I ''-Ml. MM'" lin lint! v.' miiy nlv up"ii the putilti roulLietiT tunl ill j -.il, u.-i'li wit i,i't tn nn-rii tilway-i. Office, No. 58 Jefferson Street, Feb. U. IWfl-iWni IC. SItl I'I'll Agent. MERCHANTS' HOTEL! (FORMERLY DENNISON HOUSE,) Fifth hU, year Main, Cincinnati, O., GALLEHER, NELSON & Co., pitopitir.Toits, THIS popnlar Ilnupe having been newlv remod eled and arrnni ed, is now In moil suc naful operation. Its location being rentral. and conve nient to business and to the llnilroails and oilier points of travel, makes it. a deslrablo atonninir place for ail viaitingthe city. Liberal ar angements made with permanent boarders, and Urst.claa aeionimodatlons. Transient Board reducod to3perd.v. fulfill Dayton Horse Insurance Co,, DAYTON, OHIO. Ottlro in Wurman'. Building, .leffersou Street, Mgn of the Ooldeu Horse. Capital Block.. fioo.oon DIRECTORS : II. M Turner, Wm. Turner, , J.M.Turner, Adam suyiler, K. C. Maxwell. OFFICERS : HAMILTON M.TUItNKR, President. William Tiknkr, Vl-o PreilJ. nt. . . Adam snydbs, Treasurer. John L. Milliu, Seureiaiy Losses fairly adjusted ami promptly paid. February 18, ISDT-dtt L. MAIiKGRAF, Importer of RHEIN WE ITT Andriealrrln CATAWBA WINS. No. 27 Third Street, JyXkitf Dayton, Ohio. BUTLER HOU'SE, HAMILTON. OHIO. D, P. RILKT . . Proprietor Jalflvrtf SHERIFF'S SALE OF FIXE TIMBER LAND. J. W. flnitler, ot al., r ,Taib Hpitler. H nl On Partition. Hupertor Court. Cane WWH. IS obedience to the onlar of Partition, (..uci bv tlie Huoerior Court of MniiLifnnurv i ...... i.: Ohio, 1 iH offer at public tale, on Saturday, JfarrA 16, ltttVI, At two o'clock p. h., at the Uiwr of the Court House, in Dttvton. M fOtirnmi rv (ntmiv i ihm n. tollowiiiK (leticrilMMl real foUti f lieinir tbe uortheust quarter of icctiou thirtv thruc (33), iu towniiii live &), run jc live (5), eHt, Ac. all Uie line of hhIi! aunrter In-iiiit vHri.tioi. of Ave dcirreet. to tbe leit, ami measuring as iol Iowa: I he wouth boundary line from tlm center ol nuiil Kectiou, bt in one buudred mid nxiv-two poles; tha eaat boundary line (wing one hundred and 111 ty -nine and one-hull polck ; the north boundary Atne being on hundred and nxty-onc ami one-halt pot en marked on the ground, con taiuiuir one hundred and nixty-one and one h.tlf acre more or lens : iuhiect. however Ui lit t - ol ftirMO.tfrt the northea'.t cor our heretofore conveyed for a church, which ii described at ld lows : beglnninir at the tioi theat corner and runninir weu 15 i-imU; thence kouth 10 rtxiH ; Uience eat Yi rodi; thence north 10 ro.lt. Said real estate h.-tf lb acres of the bei.1 tiuiber in the county, (.uit.ibit for buihllur purpose., and aUo ban a ifciod two -tiy hriek dwellinir ai.d aliauie teunt house barn I all other nectiisurv otit-bulliliniris mix. h sit.,. ted eijfiit miltNt from layton, on the Halt-in l.oad, and near the slem Tike Haid tarm hus leeii ai- raied at 74 per acre, and cannotieit iir let ban two-third tut anuraitted value thnnuir ai-.i of ilower ) 'f KKln OP 8AIK One-third rah on dav of Hie; one-third in one ear, and out). third in two Leaw from date of ale. Ief-rred pavmeuu to ar iutereiti od to be nee tired bv niortkfK' on j nrciniMtt, u u n. 1AVJIMIN, Sheriff . M.biLLiv, Attorney. rcb W, 't)T wts NOTICE. TMIK undersigned has been this d yinlv ap Itoiuted and qiialilied bv the I' foliate t ourt oi Montgomery tounty. Ohio, n Administrator ol the es'ato of liar bar a Uay, late oi said county, deceased. KebruarylS, ltfD7-rbS3w3-94 DAVID HAY. r ... l-.uiis es l1. New Advertisements. AMKiUCAN WALTHAM WATCHES, I. We claim, and are prepared to prove, th it tho AmerlcanWntcheN, manufactured atWaltham, Mams., are not onl-equal, hut far superior to the common watches of Knifland, Hwltrarland, ami Prance. II While wo admit that it would be difficult to extiel the masterpieces of the etnlneut European manufacturers, and while we do not claim to have nindo any decisive improvements over them, we do asert and challenge a sucrsslul denial, that oursuperier class f watchea are fully equal, tfn eery rttjwt, to the moit expensive specimens of foreign chvonnmctrlrnl art. II We claim that our Watches are eheapor, more accurate, less complex, more durable, bet ter adapted for A murk an use, and more en'lly kept in order and repaired than any other wulchos lu.lhe market. I V. The reasons why our Watches possess these 'iilvauiatreit over their Kuropean rivals are chiefly : IHrnt. llocAUM' the principle, of the diviaioaof lutHir is carried out in our workshops to its ex tremes, limit., uot in human industry Mily.but iaJ machluury an well. Every watch passes through hundreds of hands and hundreds nf machines. Stcond. Ilecause we promptly adopt every new Invention to perfect our machinery, and vcry proffered improvement In thostructureol watches. Third, .Because In each of the very numerous, minute, and often microscopic parts of which a watch is made up, we attain, by mechanical pow er, nearly ntofute mathematical precision and uni lormity, which it is utterly impossible to achieve by manual lalwr. Wheels, pinions, esc;ipements; balan.iei, springs, and screws exact counterparts in weight, clocumfereuce, am) dimensions are turned out by millions by theunorring.becauseun swerving, Iron hands of machluury. Hence, every watch of any one style is a true copy of Its model. V. These results enable us t defy Joreigu rl in uitainnhlo by hand, and because In Wal ham uTnoo Is machinery exclusively employed in the manufacture of this intricate nnd delicate inech aui'-iu. VI. Now, as will he seen nt oneo, this similarity in structure reduces the cost of production; it se cures nuifurmity In results; it perpetuates and in- faUibly diffuses iiiy excellence that maybe once achieved; and makes il easy to repair any Injury sustained, or replace any part that maybe lout or destroyed. Vli In addition to these mechanical advantages, onrWatches are simpler in structure, and t heretore stronger, and less likely to he injured than the ma- Jorit;. of foreign watches. They are composed of froiulvDto M0 pieces. In an old English watch there are more than 700 parts. VIII. We began our experiment in 18S3, iu tho face of a formidable prejudice against American watches. Our system was new and untried. We have steadily Increased our facilities, until now we em ploy over70Oartis4nslltjiaell 70,000 wutcbe a year. Nearly a quarter of a mlliion of our watches are in mo to-day In everyStato nf -the Union, as well as iu the Mexican and liritlsh Provinces ami Colonic. Their universal popularity is the best proof of their merit that wo can produce. They have won their way In spite of every opposition audot immemorial prejudices, llundredsof deal, ere all over the country have expressed their pref erence forour products alter a long and practical experience w th foreign watches. Any of tho grades of Waltham Watches may be purchased of w at rh dealers generally throughout the country. UOIIBINI 6l APPrKTOW, 182 Broadway, New York. HOUHIMit. AI'PI.KTON CO., 158 WHablngion Ntreet, Boston. Feb .15, 18fn-dSTuThaweow3m25 ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. 1ritSUAXTto the command of an order of Mile issued from tho Probate Court of Hamilton County, Ohio, and to mu directed, I will offer ior sale at public auction, on HWntay, February 80, lHflT, at 10 o' dock A X , On the premises, the following real estate viz Situuted in tlie city of ia ion, county ol Mont gomery, ami Mate of Ohio, to-wit: Lot number thirty-two hundred and seventy-1 eight (.fctttij on tbe recorded pint of suid city of la ttdl, together with Olifllt leet. nn.r.. r ..rt the north side of lot number thirty-two huud'red and seventy.sevon (:BT7) iu said city, exueptina thut portion ol thecasteud ol said lot which lie east of a straight line, extending southwanUi uKn a line with the west aide of llrown street being that part w hich Is Included in llninn street :is straightened. Maid premises being tllty-loiti miiu iiuiirs 19. il. a iii.j iu iront on itrowti , D, ,- T! uiiru mi nes deep on the soutn side; sixty feet six iurhes wide on the alley in tlie rear of said premises, and one hundred and six leet three iiK-.he. deep ou the north side: Being """-" r"...).i w.iuiiii Aiiaui Bcimell by Jno. R. Koach and wife by deed recorded in err'i iwn ii. i, u, . mm dD-ani ini r.t,...p.id m said Moulgomury Couutv. Anurais. a at sMl .h. ject to tne dow er of tho widow la till) sum ol 1S TfcltMH UK A LK One-half cash- v,ul. i mw jmi Hum ui) oi saie, witn six per ceut. In Urest to be secured by mortgage on the nremi.c. JOSKr-illSK SCI1SELL Administratrix of I ho tatata of John Adam hrhneil. deieaseil. IlKKKY Snow, Attorney. Ww4 EXECCTOIC8 SALE OF liEAL ESTATE. We w ill offer for sale, at public auction, ou Saturday, Primary S, 18t)7, Itelw-een the hours of ten a. M. and four o'clock M ., neon tbe nremlties. tbeuell know n lut. ' "' ' jiM-uu Ainiu.nr. iicceaseo:, tlie toliowing .... .1, uavkvsun lOMU shin. Monttrouierv Luuntv. (Jli lo (n.in iieing imiiy utb aeres, more or less, of tho wost ar. ilia n e. unint r oi StCllOn AO. 1M Inun. sliip So 4. and range No. 4 o. ' The premises are ui tun ted on tho puMic road leading irom Oermantow u to the Davton and K Um t'ike IS miles tsmst ol Karmersville There It upon the premise-a good d welling. house, burn wood bouke. and all Other nncuarv di.t l.t in good roj-tiir, hIkhiI one-halt uf the premtMS arc oiunreu, inu naiauco welt tuniMn-d, kod KUotl rofsit'fcsiou Kiven ImiuediMttily. AUo a stHond lrs.1 eontninliig eighty-seven acres more or U-ks. bing a part oi said section fa and range 4, e; thetv realises also adjoin the suid public road There u iiHn these prwmn a g.joi briek dwelling house, a good barn uwi the iiHtiiil oiit-building'-; Ilia premises are in goo( repair; also, a never ...II Ing Nprfng new tho hvue i heM! i-niiiise are rcuud until April Ut lobn the pur. imMr is to be entlilet) to the rent. Terms of sale lor either tract, one-third cash one-third in one year and oue-third iu two ver froin'day t k.tle.deiurred paymunu to br uiteivat nrvutwun uiorig.ige upon the preiimes J iHN HAH I EK .Kill N J Mil I iu yl.l. t ecu Lor. of Jacob Tittle, '.W'd Gio. W. Mo vie a, Att'y. jj XOTICE. 'pWK stockholder of th Miaansburg and Car X ndlton HytJraulic Coiupauv w ill hold an elec tion for Director at thci.oun. il Itoow In Miam ilurg ihto, on Thursday the 7lb day ot March lt7, betwetiu the hours of on and four o'clock liy order of the I incorporator. M It HA IXtAnsAUi, President. , Fsbruary 4. 13T-Mdsw I I In -boulo AIM 'JbKXIBIJLSO 1- ATKH." I N llTh I 1, Y . : On e square (eighty words solid), one Insertion 7 ,tniTi, nii.'i,,.ff.,,H i w One S(uare, od Wek,. a r One stiar, one r;oi,iii 5 (l ; On square, three months 10 b One square, six months is (; j I N W KKK I.Y. One square (elghtv won) one week f 1 (1, Per square, each w eck in addition. ft Per square, one year IFluft JoSP Terms l trad vert iMementp occupying great 1 1 space, or lor longer period than nlov sprr nc. ma.le known at the Counting-Hoorp I advei . tiwinenu are charged al tlie abo.e ruu , uiiIqm a written agreement Is made previous to Insertion. Amusements. rjH'KN Kits' OPKHA lKH'SK. Two KTislatM Only. . . Monday and Tuesday.February 18 c 19 Willi a GRAND FAMILY M Al IN F;K TI'KSDA AFTLKNOON, Klvll. 10, commencing at a o iloit. By the original I'aTnra Kfmf's relrbratrd and fur lamed CONCERT COMPANY, Consisting of twentr-two ladies and gentlemen together with tluiir 1j1omc11cI Orcliesstrn ! Assisted hy -Emma T. Nichols,1 That popular American Songstress all of whom will appear in costumes of nue huudn d years o Admission tindery, S5 cents; I'aruuelic an'' DrV'S Lirrle. lth numbered and n sened sent B0 cents. To be obtained nt the Ticket Oltire dui ' ing each day, from len to four o'rlork. Tli kels to Matinee .16 celils to all parts of the House (. hlldren, lftcenls leiadlw Amusements. Clothing. SPEWAOTICE. I. P. STRAUSS & BRO., 3l Third alre.t. ThK subscriber re.pertrully inform Ihecitlti ot Dayton and the nubile in general, that they are now prepared to offer greannduceineiils in C L O T II I N G, AND Gents' Furnishiniy Goods At their store. No. 351 Thirl street, one dnorwcsl ol Kike's Dry toods btorc. Our senior partner, I V. Strauss, from Clncln nnti Is now here, lor the purpose ol legiilatiuu our business on' a si at. mi , ,.rjr....i.. the purpose ol making tins a tlist-ides. iniiiubol our parent cstuhliktimi m in iiiriiinnti. II,. , ii.-i, um iiic inupose ol oigiiuiring our sulcMiiei and giving II. i n, strict orders r. uuruiiig ihin re lallon to mil-customers. He is here lo take a tiiorouub itn, ...... stock, and. by the nai.be bus, a. i urdll.g lo hi mercantile experiences, set apart a lot ol Clothing.Gents' FurniBhing Goods ETC., Kti;., Which he authorizes us to sell almost at Your Own Figures, Low Down. As he is determined to ninke room lor our spring We offer these bargain- for THIRTY DAYS ONLY, And assure you th.it we have made smh , tioua in nrices 1 1 nt t ui m.,1 i-ii i . .,. eral cull Horn nil tlioso oho are dcsliuu- oi Inn ing. This slock. ' avrrrsT dk sold, To a clean sweep. Go They Must, and Go They Shall Our New & Der-irable Goods We off. i to sell ui piiec co. "ponding u ith Mr. Strauss is I . is uIko tor th.. i... , ... i. Ingknowuto o, eommunitv ut lau thnt our tucilitici rn far superior to any oti .v minllm busmet-s huiiHe lor the re:uons: l. e buy our jnnd ir t iishfrmlv t. We buv our (ionrts in thn l. s.i... i . . rei'tl'rom the mills or their iiarnt-.. . ,nTe t,n m cnt "n,i 'dfl by the iuo; lentillo(.ntteiHnd bet-t I ailor 4. He h.i vu uluMvt. thf Imuwl tit i.,. i ii. . . and Makes. ' 6. We have them mfiniirartiirA.i i..t... elusivn control ol our long experienced nam..-, i atnttiss ' ' . We receive const nut It- tVtl. cu.,i;.u wholes ile house in Cincinh.itl ant raorir at ill n. Ve don't UlMr under hciivv epcnev W We are not in the habit of1 iiii.,-.. .-.... our goiid. i iu. ve have all our caprUI nnd en. r-employed In this buKine.5, and W hlch lb the inostiuiwnium, it soli goods u ith Uie smallest protit At last, he vamuhere to promote the buniue., b.. ebtablishing the Ono Price System All Olir IfOOds Will t0 mnrknl in ..Is.:. ... and nodeviatinn can t.-tke il:tce In adopting Hit methotl. it u ill chul.tt. . . h.i.i t. ... -a.- . the most experienced Inner. This is not mere talk', hut facts, and we shall uihbtantiHie all wesav In concluMon, r e would remark that we will use strong edort to make thu A MODEL BUSINESS HOUSE! So that everv one who places confidence in our integrity, shall Und thai we will adhere u honest prlnnples. and spare no pains lo itic mini si ,at islac.tiou to uur eusuiniers Coimny iiierihants willdo well to rail at our wholesale house, mi Mum street, t iuriiiiuiti. Itespecliuliy. H Krmenibcr. Wo .Ul Ihlrd street Uasloe, ri b. la. U1-I.T.HV awly , NEW FURNITURE and CHAIR WARE-ROOM, In Brckel Hall, 74 Jeffrrnon Stru t, . DTO!.,Q., WllERK WK HAVE OPEXFD A new stock ot KL'IIN I'l L itK of 0or Own Manufacture, from the bestnialerlal and l.lest styles We In Tile the public lo g,e us a call 5 ' J,l,r1-""'l J. M.sTAREAStlN. Probate Court. T"1,-f,-i'!"wl,"K lx'1, u"r-, Administrators, and in, wjirTs: v;,l;oun" ,ur -jJcrr.K'ti"'"'- l,enr s"r" 1 A.i"!m"'.'i'lr'lt"rT, ol, ,y 8chut. Kre.lerek u,U,"!:y ""Wr- -Serine Welsh. .lohH Itandall. John kretier, Alexander V ha.it Bar- :r''uent.eB.o't':,ui,,,"-l sue j' I.!i',iiw"f'."i' K"",'1'h Wade, Aadrew W sd. John W Ihompson. KlualMtht nnninrhnin. J.rol, Vn- .''" Wilson John aille, John W I'rilgh. tatlii rino, llavid. il.ir, Jane Su anu I K. be. ra and l.tdia R. dgiil, Alu'n . W ei. Itr Horace t. Michael and runly J MuDdh.uk, Joha W. U eller,.enrge M Uliailer. KIuuIh IIi an.l Anjrew Wudo, llrm v W . licorgu T . Mar. k and Nora J H.k.Ii, r. John II Grove. K.luie 'Jsuo Wi son. Uanlel W. en. Anna MaHa Wuiulheuk llllaill. liMVlll Mll.l -lam, l',Hll Vul.,., , ' John I.easure and Lev.i II. hi'dier.l rcbl3.IMn-dll-wa-l I'robate Judge. PANIC SALTji Will, sell my entire stock I bought 'or s 1 M nterffer. cmiikting oi A IASGE STOCK OF CI0THINO. And Dieeo irooals. t hinfi,.iias ... i i. .. ,.dl.u'i.a,u''''-'---''.'" AT EASTERN COST every saie made almve one dollar If the aood. orove otiipu .... n . . v .a' u hco, good, b,- .h. .;:ta'or jTSjsr:;,!"41 l.lWSwawl 1AILA. LA tt. D RAY TICKETS, U. NaAll printed al the KMPIKR ' ti am Job i;kisu