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Local and Miscellaneous. EXPLANATION. In mling mitv lie that Out hllln from (he KMriRr oBcf. It in taunt rMi the nartle whom Ihar are prrenteil hare alrea ly lt them anil hul l reeellils theri-Kir nr nrtm earn i-n.en -enr we hoi tin- parlies will nut lie Btiei-el, a e i , in milv I at present. In r entiru U cnlleit. rrmn the ol'h-nre nf lnileliliie as t appear, liii.m llm Hook, left In our lian.U llavinir al ready la-en unlili-'li-l Uitnemiirllni-allnn nl Imvlnir liilln retimii-.l with the no! lee that they he Iwm iiii.I. n.t that rri't-luta are h.-l-l therel.ir, we have ti-eunil It n-ee-.iirT In Jiwtiflcnllnn nfonr ..I.K, Ui make Mils noli.' Hint apoh-Ky lr the nn uleaaaul luvlinn- that may hare thus been createil. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. It II RnMnaon, lntesole proprietor, unit preent liiinMirnpnelor. of tin' I . rl M K unit-, ilenlres 11 slitiulil Ik' ill-llm-lly iiniler.ln.nl. l.y all partle. Ilinl Ih iIih.. mil Imhl MinMir irponllile lor. ami Will in. I m-llleanv pi-l-imal a. i imiiiK, eontiarli-l liv either II. li Htrh or K l.iml-ly or thnr nvn ,rmm,it .lurm the time Ihey were eimiloten r the KMlMftE nllre; mill all haylnir sih h in i iiiiiitu re liiililli-l Ihul they mutt look tor I'ttli mi iil to the purlieu runt raflina: them. Ali't he wniil.l further Mate, that neither of those two nervous are nulhnriril In make inMertlnnn. re , in train-act liUMlie fur the KH'IKK eeive riiunit) mil re. Amkhican Minhtkkia Our Own on tin' 221, nt. Huston Hull. liny. tlTTIierc nn',no marked -hati;'B In our market rejMirts for tills elty. tW The weiilhi-r "till continue tlmnly :inil a sll'lit rain luu Iwii lulllnK all ly The waters of tlit rivers nreriM-eillntf, linw- ever, nuil no fears of an Inundation are lit present entertained. 1'oi.ick Mattkiw. Tliere Is nothing of iiiiiMvrtanep to make mention of to-tlay n having transpired before the Mayor, ex eppt c might mention the arrest of one jmrty lor shooting qunlls contrary to the provisions of the game law. ClTRicii, Hare nml Kitcy Hiuton Hull, music, nljfht of 22d. - . fir At the meeting of the members ot the C.yinnnstie Club bist evening, the fol lowing jrentlcmen were Heleetxl as ofll-cr : rrcslilent Lewis II. (iiinekel. Vice I'ri'Kklcnt Thomas Lowe. Secretary M. L. Dinlv. Treasurer J. A. Martin. Directors W. 1. lilckham. Henry Stotl ilard. jr, J. It. Llnclsny. The initiation lb $5, anil the dues $3 jier annum. Thk "Old Koi.ks.'' Father Kemp's Old Polks had a large and delighted audience at the Opera House last evening, and their talent in vocal and Instrumental music, we are assured, is of the first order. At the matinee, this afternoon, the younjf folks, from the various schools In the city, art pay Ing their respects to the Old Folks, who in turn are delighting the young folks with those soft, harmonious strains that pour forth In sweet melody from the throat of Miss Kmina J. Nichols, the lend ing songstress of the troupe. They give another entertainment this evening. Okhman Inhi-iianckComi'any. This new and reliable Fire Insurance Company Is now fully organized, and already doing a brisk business. At their election held on Februury.il, the following Directors and Olllcers were chosen : Directors J. C. Dunlevy, A. I.. Stout. M. Bossier, Lewis II. tiunckel. V. rt. Westcr ninii, George V. Nuucrth, II. F. Walt, .lohli llettelon, John Clingmnu. Offuera Hon. .1. C Dunlevv. President; M. Ilossler. Vice President; VV.H. V.tcr man. Treasurer; Win. tiunckel. Secretary. The olllee of the Company Is temporarily located In Wonnan'a Building. HA .Tefler moii stieet. The fem nf the teuton. Thi ol! Friday night, 22d. Minstrels, OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. Tho dwelling house of Kev. G. W. Ba ker, near Kichmoud, Jefferson county, caught on fire Wednesday night of last week, and was entirely consumed. The house was worth about 92,000, partly In sured. KinseyV Woolen Factory, situated at the lout of Wheeling Hill, about six miles east of St. Cluirsville. wns burned on Monday afternoon. The fire was communicated to tho building from a stove pipe. The Mahoning river was so gorged on the 15th, that the fine town of Warren was almost submerged. The river rose rapidly, rushing across the flats on the west side, nnd completely flooding that portlou of the town south of the canal. An immense gorge about two miles long prevents the escape of the water, and It Is now five feet deen on the level nnd Is still rising. The current has set in through the streets and fear lire entertained that many of the buildings will be swept Jnway. Families. furniture and live stock had to be taken to higher ground. On last Saturday evening the "Sue Smith House.' Circlevllle, took tire and was burn ed to the ground In a short time. Tho fur niture was all saved. Thero was a bill before the Legislature, which we have lost sight of, proposing a material change In the Koad law of this State. The bill abolishes tho otllce of Su pervisor and places the roads under the management of the Township Trustees of their respective townships, authorizing them to employ tho farmers to repair and keep in good condition, tho roads through their own farms, or, if they think It better, to employ one Individual to take charge ol the roads for the entire township. The Ottawa County Union says that few days ago a man walked on Ice from Pnt-lu Bay Island to l'ort Clinton, twelve mile obtulucd a marriage license, went back "by the same conveyance" the same day and was married In the evening. Such a persistent bridegroom as that chap de serves to be "hugged up warm." Thk Ticacu Prospect. M. B. Bitteham Esq- the Pomologlst, was in Columbus on Wednesday, and informed the editor of the Columbus yoHrnaJ that he had examined good many ol the fruit buds on peach tree about Columbus, aud that he found cuoiigii of them uninjured to give promise of a fair crop in sheltered situations, but in exposed localities they were nearly all killed by the extreme cold. Destructive Fires. The Cincinnati Commercial, of tills morning, has the infor mation that the flouring mill and cooper shop belonging to Captuin William Knight, In Millersport, Ohio, were accidentally de stroyed by lire lust Saturday night, to gether with 200.000 stutes. loss, 910,000; jio iusurauce. Forty uieu are thrown out of employment by this 111. A dwelling house belonging to the sume gentleman, rained utfiOOO, was also burned at Millers port, on the Saturday previous. A Wkt Tink at Toi kik) Hkavy I-osiK. The telegraph brings us unpleasant re port from Toledo. The Mauiuee. oppotilto, was gorged with broken Ice and the lower nortlnm of the city flooded. Yesterday forenoon Cherry street bridge, upward of three-fourths of a mile In length, gave way, and nearly half of the entire structure was swept out. There were flvo person on tho wrecked portion, all of whom es caped on the Ice. The damage to this bridge will probably reach fifteen thousand dollars. The steamer Hello was floated oil and probably lost. TiikOi.oiiioi s 22i." Huston Hall will ring with melody by the American Minstrels. The Hughes Murder at Cincinnati. ( 'ase, the young fellow not yet seventi-cn years old has made a tolerably full con fession of the circiiinstai s and the man ner In which he and hi elder in tho crime OeorgeOoetx and Alex. Olus murdered young Mr. Hughes. We have never heard of n more deliberately planned and execu ted crime. We apieiiil a portion as re ported In the Cincinnati papers: "When Mr. Hughes came up In the bng- &V. going the wav we were going, a little liy was In sight; the man had a blanket over his knee; it was a small grey horse and an oH'ii buggv. I think; Aleck kept getting behind, and George suld he thought Aleck was afraid. Aleck ran up altera while, and saiiUhcre was a man In a buggy coining Ueliluu us. ami nun una as us good a time as uny; 1 said. "No. it i too earl v." The Ixiv a now about two hun dred yards behind us, going Into the gate of a house; George said, '-Pull your pis tols." Before this a hay man nan passeu us. His wagon was empty, and George wanted to stop htm. I suppose he thought he had the price of hi load of hay w ith him. tieorge said he would stop him and ask him to let us ride, and that 1 should hold the reins while they -knocked him in the head and took what he had. ltut he would not stop for us; be whiped up his horse and drove on. Aleck pulled his pistol ami George caught his horse. The man suld, IVhat are vou stopping my horse for?' and George said, "Don t run over a man.' The man replied, '1 didn't think you were so near, tieorge had hold of the horses head, and said, 'Aleck, go for him.' The man said he had no money, and commenced tlnir lor the neonle ill the house. When he saw our pistol, hesald he didn't care a d n for any such things ns those. Aleck anil I shot at the same time. I shot twice, and Aleck shot three times. George still held the horse. I tired at the man's breast. I did not see the man full out of the buggv. George run and said, Hun. Sam.. here they come from the bouse' I hallooed to Aleck to come, lie sum lie wumeo in gei the inonev. 1 never looked hack till we got to the top of the hill. We hid two boxes ol cartridge under the rock. 1 put fresh loads in my pistol. In case we should be ur rested on susnicion.'' Young Case then proceeded to relate how thev crossed the bills to the South, until tlic'v struck the liil.e that filially led tliein to the covered bridge across .Mill I rccK ncur the Ohio: how they went to the Ham ilton & Dayton depot and separated. George going one way to pass tiicnignL wun u wo man and to arninsie to prove an alihi, and Aleck and himself proceeding in a street rar to the corner of Third and Vine, and thence across the river to their homes. Mkrcii ants' HotkuCincinkati. Messrs. Galleher, Nelson & Co., the deservedly op uhir proprietors of this well-known Queen City institution, have, as their card an nounces, made full and umple preparation for the custom which regularly tend in that direction, on the opening of thespring trade. The old "JJenniton ioe" was fa mous in Us dny; and re-modeled anil ex tensively enlarged, as It now Is, as the "Mer chant t' Hotel" so centrally situated and so well kept. Its enviable reputation Is bound to Increase. We know whereof we speak, when we commend It. Local Notices. a Lkctukk. Georfje Alfred Townst'iul Kilitin hi the KiurM Momliiy next. Kakuains in Dry Goods. I. W. Win ters & Urn. at No. 2S0 Third street, are daily receiving new Dry Goods, which they an sell at bnrgalus. They have oiened heap lot of bleached and brown Muslins, &c. Also new army Blouses, Cavalry and Artillery Jackets and Punts, very low. Feb. 10, 1807,-dawlt I'xjui.ic Sale. Mr. Williams proposes to sell at public auction the ISillhtrd Tables and furniture, of his elegant Saloon in the Postotllc.e building. .A rare chance will he ofl'cred for bargains nt this sale. The ad vertisement specifying articles will be found In the next Weekly Empikk. feblStl3t AMKMCANMijiSTitKi.8. Anametcurcom pany of young gentlemen of Dayton has been formed for some time, who Intend to afford a fair opportunity to the public pass judgment on their musical merits, and have selected the "glorious 22nd" for the occasion, and: lluston Hull for tho place. We promise an enjoyable treat. ESTWe are reliably informed by worthy friend II. Schwurz. the enterprising proprietor of the well known Kagle C loth Ing Store, that he has contracted Kntt with the largest manufacturers of elntht for the manufacture of this spring mid summer clothing (tuking advantage of the present depressed state of the market) andassures us that he is and will be able to sell superior quality of clothing, nil custom made, anil of the most approved styles, ut New York prices, or at least fifteen per cent, lower than any clothing house in Dayton, therefore expects an Immense Increase tills spring and summer to his already large trade. Bear it well in your minds and convinced. V. S. Meantime?!-. Schwarz requests to state that he Is closing out his heavy winter and fall stock, all new having been lately made up, positively atcotl, for reason of making room for spring goods, those desiring good bargains can get them calling at tho Eagle, before they are gone, 118 Muln street three doors south of murket house. felDFMWFuwl "Dodson'b Station" Third ttreet, Dayton. Choice Liquors and Cigars, Meals at all hours, duy and night. lelldtf tJPA'ew Clothing, quick telet and tmall jwofitt Is the motto of II. Schw arz ut Ciolden Eagle. I'elB tirif you wunt a well fitting lady's liootee' tiuiter or Buliuoral made, go Goodman. tfPTho lnt Inducements jet offered. Who can beat them? Ill order to reduce my stock I will offer, for ten day only, Men' Sewed Calf Boots.-$100; Men' Arctic ltubbcr Over-shoes, 92 HO; Lasting Gaiter, f I (X); good Morocco Slmes, f 1 00; men', custom made Kip Moots, ti 00. Men', women', misses' nml children's 1 toots, Dnlmornls; Polish Boot and Gait er In great abundance and verv low. S. Goodman, 110 Main street. IW Hcliwar treat nil his customer alike, give each and every one satisfac tion. ft-16 llfThe leading Clothing House in IaV ton I the Kagle Clothing Store. 118 Main street, three doors south of Murket House. felft IIP Farmer mid Mechanic will buy their Custom Made Clothing at the old and reliable Kagle Clothing Store, US Main street, three door south of tho Market House, sign of the Gulden Eagle. -. Sn.KNmn Ovkrcoat. Lebensbiirgcr A Son, No.lOS Main street, have Just received he most splendid lotof overcoats In the elty, wheh they are offering at very low ir-'re. Cull and see them. ltd&w , - - HT Hchwar keep gond Clothing, nnd sells them with a living profit. fel5 t?f"A lotof new Government Overcoats at f I r.O. Lessner A Brother. daw tST 1 yu want to get a line pair of Boots made, go to Goodmun. Boy's and Y'oimi'a Clotiiinq. An en tire new apartment- the best In thecitv Just received by Leliensliiirger A, Son. No inn itlaln Street. t3fIf you want to get your Boots neatly repaired, go to Goodman. Fall and Wintkr Clothing. A full stock of the latest styles and best quality, just received by Lebensbiirgcr A Son, No. um Main street. he be us by the to VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO., N Ml Nassau Ntroel, IV. Y., l-nhlish or soil the following works: YOUTH'S HI8TOKY OF THK GKKAT CIVIL WAR In tha United Mute, from 1H6I to IBM. Ily It. ti. Iliirton. With IM lllnslratioiib. This liouk In uilapt )) to all claicft of reailen. ami givus. In plain lanKiiaxe. a elear anil eorreet aceount of the lute War ami it Cause. It U the only li Utory pub lilheil from u hemoertittc. or State 'Mights uliinil point. lllnio pp., with illimtrntions, 41(1. 1 no. NKOItOKH AND .VIIIIIO "sl.AVKIlV :" TllR KlBST AN INKKIUOK ItACR-TlIK I.ATTItH, ITS NOKHAI. I ONIIITION. IIV .1 . II. Villi Hvrif, M . It. ( 1 huii K.I it um One vol.. Kino., pp. WW. Illut trutcil ,v nh l iiiir ( uln, shumng I he ililti reni e tn Itteen the u lute man ami Ihc negro. I'riire, $1 0U. LKTTKits ok major jack downino, (IT the DnnuiligTille Militia, on "l.iiikili unit the War." With portrait of tho Major, ami 7 other rupital tllubtruliinm liino.. ii&4 pp., cloth. $1 Ml SOtJTIIKKN WKAI.1U AND NOKT1IKRN I'KOFITH, Ah eihlhiteit In Statistical Kurln anil 1 1111. nil Fig ures. Ily Thomas I'l-eutiet' Kettell, late eilitor ot the "lleiiiurratic Review. " pp. U7. rriee, QOets. THE IHKl HCOIT UKCIrilOX. Opinion oi ;hUf J UHlicu Taney, ilh mi iutra- hlctimi Ity 1M .1. H. Villi Kvriu. Also, tin A m it'll -'lix, niiittiiiiiiijf mi Kmshv on I hi N.itin nl lli-tory ot tin I'l-MjoutilmiiA Kiu'O o Alitnkiml. Jly lr.n' A. CHrtwi igtit, ol' Nc-w Ork'uiib. J'uiiijtliliil, 4H ttvo. I'l'icv, iif ct'iits. II1HTOKY OK THK UNION AND CONSTITI'TION. Itoiiig tlio mibstunrv of three lectures on tin Colonial, Hcvolutloiuiry ami ( 'oiihtitutioiml 1'uri odsot American History, with an AmH'mlix.coii taming i lie l'oiihtitiiliui ot thtt I niteil hlHlc. nml thu Viiginiu mill Ki'ntncky Ki'sohitioiiHoi 'IWaiul .'. Ily 4J. ChiUtnci'y llurr. 1'rit u, aA cunts. NOTK8 ON THK CONHTITt.'TlON OK TUB UNITKI HTATK9. With fxuosftiun nl' the most uiniuentstuti'siiu'ii uiitl .1 Uriels. Iliatoricut tun! hkiilniiittory Notm tniovery ur'.lcle. ity C.Channt fy Burr, author ol Hintory uf the t'Uiun," Hv.. I'rititi, DOcfni. SL'JfUKNATION I Thk Nokmal Kki.atjon ur tux Wr to "Aln:ei;uulioii." i'riiu, i al' its An ait iO cuutM. THK Titl'K NATUHR AND Cfl AKACTKR OF Ol It FKDKKAL uUVKH.WIKM. Ititiux reriew uf Jutlyo IStory'u Coinmeutarit'ii on the Constitution ol tJiu L'nite'lStnU. It Ahel lMJpher. i'rictj, $1. THK OLD Ol'AHD, VOL. I, 1S03, ContnlniiiK HortrulUof Hon. Horatio Seymour, iion.i. ia. uiiitiuiiKiiaiu, iiovtrnor rarkur, hi i. Hon. 1). W. Voori lean, Hull. J. A. Httyurit, Hum. V. WikhI, llllll. It. Wuuil, Mill lluu. u. W. WlKKi ward. Price, i'-l 60. TIIK OLD OUiHl), VOL. II, 1KM, ' Containing steel portraits of Mayor Uunthcr, T. II. Meyinoiir, J. w . w all, K. o. (Miln, It. ll.'l aney, Alox. Long, 8. H. Cok, Uiileon .1. Tm-ker, K. M. I'rii-u, II. 11. remlleton anil Uunlel llolMiiau. Ijc tuvo, mi pp. l'rieu, $-i 6U. ; THK OLD QUAltD. VOL. Ill, 1H(!5. It con tu inn the new Novo), by Dr. T. Dunn Kn- (tllMh, In full, entitled "The I'eer and the muter;" also, valuable imlillcal Articled. Bvo., 6TS pp. $3 THE OLD GUAltD, VOL. IV, 1866; - Contains the new Novel, by Prof. Ptwk, entitled ' Hertha Heuly, the tlennne of the Old Dominion," :tnt a ret variety of Political and literary aiti cles; also, btvul plate portrait of twelve Conled erate tieiieralH, vis.: Lee, Htouewall .lackHon, J. K .lohiiftou. J leu u re gar 1, Kwell, ouKKtreet, llump tou. Polk, Price, t.iiitavu Hmiih, nLuart, ami A. P. Hill. Outavo, 16opp. Price, 4.KJ. DAY IS AND LKK: A Vindication of the Southern States, t'itixem ami Uixhta,,))) theKederal t'ontilution ami it Makvn, nml an Kxptwureof the Per vers ion n of thuiuii! ( oiipititutiou ami the r aUiilcationii of the HlsUni c;il ItecurtU, by the Murincliuselli Kxiouulen, Ity P. i;. CenU, Itutrihter, London, KiikUdiI. I'ricu do ceuiii, posipui'i. THK nRMOUKATIO ALMANAC: A Political oMi-itNiurii for tMA. Vlm. Won Priced, ill in Aluiiuol for lmi u be i-outiuncd now r'K"l:tily each year, contuiin lull Kid lion Uulurii for IHttl, HM. uml 1W5; List of Nuwspa persi SuppreKi'tl by the Lincoln AdiuinlHtriitioii iironoioifv oi low, oi jiiiiiieK. acuo t onirrcti Jt contain miiUer to he had now ht;r a. and is viilualne una iuipoituut to have at any viinu, THK CUPPKKUKAP MINRTUKt.! A t'tmicf Collection ol Democratic. Pocmii nm oak lor the ue ol Clubs and theboelal t in to. 00 pp. ivmu. I'licu aao. THK MONOHKI.ITE8 : OR, TUlf IEAIMCAI.lt, SO-CAI.I.ED. A Katirio Poem on the Mongrel Lcudei'Hiii thu Uutnp Cougrea. to int. iiiiM. I ru ti ut -i:iiii. Any ol the above worki sent to any part of iiiu . itiu'u siuiu, pobLu puiu, uu rttcutpioi price. No. 1 AHOLITIDN IS DKATII: or, The Attempt to equalize uavei uiu iemruciionor nociety. pp. J'rtce 10 cU. No. S.-rHKK N KGROISM : or. Henulti of Fman dilation in the North and the Went ludia Iilandu v ith ."tatiftlicij of the Xniiincree, Jdlunexk ol thu Nrgro, hit) lie turn to httvitixm. aud the Kfl'uct us liumin ifinvitiii upun tun r ui tiiina. ami JlIMIlCUi ami iAoui in k (..iake. i rice lucu, 1'p.ox. No. 8. THK A HiiLITION CONHPIKACY; or, ten iean- Jtecoru oi me nepuuncan 1'arty i 1 1 to iu (Hi i p, a. No. 4.-TI1K NKi.ltO'8 PLACK JN VATPItK Paper read before the Loudon AuthroxdoKical Hoctety. ity Dr. .lumen Aunt, P reside lit uf the Hoeiety. Octavo, Us pp. Price lUcU. ' No. 6 THK BIX HI'KCIKS OK MKN-With Cuttt id present inn the types of the laucatdan, Mun vol. Aiaiav. American lmiiai). bxiuiuiaux unc Neirro. with their Cienetal Phvuicul and Meutul Qualitivn, Laut of Organization, HelatioiiB Civilization, etc., eUj. app. bvo. Priee 10 eta, fl uu per uocun. No. 6. hOLILoyt'YH, by "Hiiek" Pomeroy. a. Douuuunif r," a roor aruier," A Aie chanie." "A Iteturned Koldler," etc., etc. 9i pp, vo. men iv cw, 91 peruusea. Tluie Tract are tent, pontage paid, forlOcenti, niuie copies, or une aonar per noxen ; or nve 1101 lam per hundred by xuret. Iteinovriitlo Com initteeii, AHiH'tatioiii, eU:., ordering 1,000 at a time, will ba luruithfd thna at exactly cunt pric. TAN IfVKlK. MOKTON A CO., Publl.beri, liv. Its abiau ttreet, w York Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Retail Market. CORRECTED DAILY BY JOHN A. MINICK, CORNER JEFFERSON AND MARKET. DAYTON, February 19, 1867. tmfe 0i:K.'h(H! . Java -. 4;H.'ri-lier. 15 I -rown Hnjrur I415 starrh . 10 t offee Mngar Is In. Urn Xf9t at I. rnthed mtgar .. mo Mnilier M I'-owaure.) sugar HoSoila W (', rnnnliileil Mngar. sot ream Tartur SO II rlean Molasie fl llrleil A pplel t,.. lil Snriir llini-e Hvrup 1 KKIIreen Applet f kit $1 M Sorghum MolaNtu hoWnll1 Maokerel, No I .. in vinegar. urn" Mai-neral. suit ... to ll.de IM White Kluh, H hhl. IM KnMns... Dili Hu 9 Wit.... tut Imperial lea .. ll Hour U 5014 Ml V . 1 1 . Ten l Sank H 60 Blni k Tea 1 tft " Haea.. IH CaH'llefi WlMtlont 71V star I anillin t Heait ltd Orie'llleef lliimlll 1 811 l.anl in (jraln I'epper . 40 lluller IKS Altplee l fcggt mil Dayton Grain Market. Wheat. 93 (10; Corn. 4r.rttTi0c )nt. inc.; Hye,(l0e.rr91 : Itarley. 91W1 lft;Tlni othv Seed, ti 7"; Clover Seed, 97 2"; Flux Secil, 92 2ft. Dayton Grain Market. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, February 18. Frown Nn changes. Choice families are held at 9 1 llffl! 1 ii 75 ; ex t.ras at 9 1 2 1 2 75 for winter. andl05O(ijll 00 for spring. Snix-r- line sold at 10 25f(r w inter i r and i 9 40 for spring. Wiika-i No. 1 red winter ot $2 00: No. 3 do. $.-) H2ilt,2 J0. No. 1 spring held at 2 40 (22 45. with sles of 400 bushels at 2 42. sales 3u0 bushels at 92 22. Shipments 7, 1124 bushels. Cok.n For shelled, sales occurred at 00e. 400 bushels new mixed gunnies sold at75e. Some lots otlered at 75c. Mixed ears were held at .M(ii..,": anil white at KW.V-tc. 1'noTisiiiNS No changes In mess pork, bacon, sugar-cured hums, or lard. Whisky Is firm. Sales 200 bbls. bonded at 2"m'. Hay Market easy. Sales pressed $18 18 per tun at lauding, and 920(i21 at store. New York Market. NEW YORK, February 18. Flour closed dull, with a declining ten dency. Wh(-atlitll and nominally 2fa.te. lower. Kve rpliet and hcuvv. Corn dull ut SI 01) in store, and $ I 10 aAoat, for slilp ping mixed Western. Oats dull nt OOQWc. for Western. Pork quiet at $20 OS for new, and $1902,' for old mess. lieef steady. I.ard heuvy at New York Money Market. NEW YORK, February 18. Money steadv at fiOfl per cent. Sterling steady at Sfit H? . (old without, change, opening at. VIG'. declining lo 1:10 and closing at l:ili. The bank statement, contrary to genera! expectation. Is very untavor.iMe. The marked change in loans and Icgal-tendcn may lie traced to facts, banks having pill, sonic idle funds 111 (loveriiment securities. NEW YORK, February 18. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect February 18, 1867. CINCINNATI. HAMILTON AND DAYTON. , Ijcnvc. A r live. 5 M) a in Ka.t'n ami Hctroil Kxpress .iu Wi n ni V) ii in Satnln-ky nml ( liiriniiat! m-o. H :M u ni i m in Detroit ami Sandusky Mull. . 10:00 u in SI :46 i in l.iiuik tiliil tllicaKO aev 6:10 t iu ATLANTIC AND OKKAT WKHTKItN. 10:10 a in KasU'i'it Kxri)sn am 11 :00 p III -rNih'lit Ki'-h tf :45 iu DAYTON AND MICH 1(1 AN. 111:9ft rt m rhU'HtfoMufl . A Wl a m K Minin Ihliico Ai-uoniinoiliition U:WOiim 11:00pm ( liiiHgo ami Detroit Kptes ; HTiOpin DAYTON, Z1CNIA AND CUM) l IU'8. 4 :IMi p m DiiyUm Aei-ottitiKultti ion 7 i:. i im hi ii in r.HKiern r.xprmni ;io m 11:10 p in l'ittslnirK Lxpi-emi hii.'ui in INDIANA OKNT L AND DAY TON AND WKHTKHN. 8:10 it in f-lth hinoiMl unl Ii.-liiin.ip. Kx . '.i .-i-i p in 'J.IU a 111 ; hn. . 7:00 am . 4 45 p in ib p in Iniliimiipolis A i .i,.- I . . CINCINNATI, DAYTON A M' J.AT 10:08 am Dnton Exprt'4 7 :10 p in N ight bxpre DAYTON AND UNION. 10:06 a m Mail . 7 :00 p 111 . .10 :40 a in ii:46 u in hxireH Loaves evury niorniiifc- 'i'hoKt tfolnir'KiiAt on the9:i0iinil 11 rh trains. ami North on tho 11 :II6 i in train must procure tickets he lore it u veil o'clock p ni. .1. L'll. I.DNfi, Agent. POST OFFICE, DAYTON. O., February 2, 1867. Untillnrther notice the mail wilt arrive and close atthisotliee as follows : ARK1VK. CLOSE. A.M.. 1 P. M.I 8:)HNew YorkCity 8:UU'Nkw Knuland states Il'hiladelohia. Penmivlvania 10 :0() 8 :00 tt:S0 6:aoj 6:J IU :1U 6:1ftiCiu(-.in'ti,LouiHvi lie Nashville 6:00 0:00 10 -Mi Hamilton. C. II. A D. Wav 6 4rt WheeliiiK. rlultiiuore. Wuah'n o q: 1 oieno ami ueirmt ... B;W Pitubui'K and Xenia . :1A tt:30 12:fW) Indianaoolis. ludiana. 7:S0 (V:IHJ 7:90 7:30 8:(H) a:(N)i(;olumbus. Ohio 1 HOIIllchmond Altid.CentralWayi d :tti'nveiaiiii. ifino, 6:0 S-.OOi 0:4ft Chlcauo. lilinoiti UM Atlantic, A ireat Weil'nWiiv 10:00 :uv .oiiiuiou v av ti:) I!:3H, Dayton A Western War.. n:4ft;DuyUin A Michigan Way. 7:S0 9:1W 1:30 Dayton A Union Way t:lW 10 :m Ceharon. Ohio ia u 11 :00 10 .001 11 :t" J(thntv. A W.Alex., trl-week lyjl u Viiiidalla.Chanib'ir.TiicH Huf ll w IC nlon, little kurk, trl-weekly lis h ontce hours (inen at 1 a. m.; elose atS:46r. Humlay oiien from 8 A. u. to 10 a. h. J. K. ULilUEL, P.M. A to of r-r AmiAL ACTUAL try CiJ Business w Third St.,Dayton.O. Now ocrnpriniT thr Urge biiliiiino- row Depurtmrnl nf Hirnrmtt, vl. : Iituinem, TMi-'k-itrr, Vumnton Ku-ihuk, Scifntiftc and I'toMieat.-r Th.irt.liiihlv iillniilifll TflslhlTB coiiitautlF cm- ployed. Ktudi'iita. inali or I mala, can enter at any tinm. Visitor always wtlcom, t'omc iturl (in.nliftt. For Triu, Circular and UDlltK J'lJOt . aiianu S. J. GRIER DAYTON, OHIO Lnrii.tlainl4wly Notice to Sportsmen. . All peritonH aro hereby foro warned not to tre. pass upon t tie faring of the undeisined, with dogs, kuiih or lire armn of any kind for the purpose of hooting or killing game, an all persona to found trespassing, will le dealt with accord itiK to the itt- lliutii- riji'M i'i nirisw, uu lurius oi tiie iuiivr- siifned are ailuule! in Itanibdpu and Clav Town- ni pi, nurrouiiMiiiK naiem, moniKomery i ouniy, u, .lames N iswonger. levi Niswonger, .laoou VV lies, Henjamin totoufler, .John txHik, Henry Uasor, ' .Itiiues Autonedey, Jesse Kiusey, 81 w5 tiatHio aiicna;i, i hristian Hixert, Wm, M. Uotfers. . I'aul Tohlus, John Hwank, 11. 31. Turner. NOTICK. TOMS W.HMITI! and Margaret Smith, lilt wife, will take botice that Thomas J. H Smith, of the county of Montgomery and State of Ohio, did. on thu Uth day of January, A. D. lttol. Die hl petition In the Superior Court within and for the comity of Montgomery In said State of Ohio against the said John W. Smith and Margaret Smith, defendants, setting forth that the said defendants gave a mortgage to the said Thomas J. H. Smith on lot nutnlier twentv-tlve hundred am! thirty-nine (Sftltt), In the city of Duvton, county and State aforesaid to necure tho payment of $150 according to certain notes referred to in said mortgage, and praying that said defendants may pay said sum, now claimed to bo due, amounting to 4&u, or thai said premises may be suld to pay the same; and the said deleudants are untitled that they ar re quired to appear and answer said petition, on or In -lure the third Saturday after the ltith day of K.l.rnary nmxt. THUS. J. H. bMl'l tl. Ikvrtt Railroads. Cincinnati, Dayton & Eastern R. R. Co. (I.KSHKRSASUUSRI ft CIS( INHATI R.H.) Mptil) follo: 1 1A A. MMAII. THAIN le.TM rtsyltiB: 10IZ.) ri.nn-ttCirlimllcl.l for lielsware: llellefrotaine Tir the Kmt; rriTi-t stttmi (tiinky t 1:30 P. M. Ilflnrnlnf, srrlvm t Ilsyton t .40 P. M. (i.iA H lit -NllillT KXI'ltK leaves llu.vtnn: VliUO rainnwta Rt nrimt for the VVeBt; hi . Hsn ilmky rnrrleveliuiil anil the I'-n't, nml ji HM hunt fur KelleV. lulnnil anil l'ut ln-lly, ami every 'l uemlay, Thuriilajr anil Walur ilav lnr Ifetroll. Hleeiilni larnuii nlKht tmln. .1 II. I'OI I'Klt.Hiiperliilen.leiit. II. 11. Ki.oank, rn-i.liu.-nl. ii ltf DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD. NOTICE. On anil alter ThurMliiy, .Inly in, iwm, tralnn will run nn thin r'inil an rnlloHH: Mini, leave llavti-li 1 hkirea, li-nve Itarlnn :Hl i in al-.x iri-MN, ttrrive at Ilatnn 10 -lo am Mail, arrive at Dayton H.lpm All trains eonnei't lnr linllHhiolU illre,-t. iiuvHtl' . 11. hi IMrtu.S, iiirlnteuilent. THE ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY Will Run threelhroiigh Trains between Cineln nan aim ine EASTUKN CITIKS, rainj( thnniKh the eetchrated Oil Regions of Pennsylvania The Knglne, Can, and other equipment! of this lime, are cniireiy iifw.oi uits niosi- iihmiith, w ituntiul and aupi'oved denerid ionn, iiiieiiiallt'd by any Hallway on thin Continent. THKOIH.II TlCKKTSrtVi Ihifc new and inior tant Kfjute can be proi ured hI the DeMt oi the C. li. A l. llailway. and at all the principal Ticket Dulcet In the country. Haulage checked through. D. McliAKKN, tten'I Superintendent. K. Y. KU LI.KK. Geu'l Ticket Agent. mtf DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. Thnw Unify Train Kant via CoIiiiiibUK. Trouy Traint from Dayton to atl Eatttm CUls$. Trains run by Columhun time, which la noven ininnter I'n-ter ihim Duvton time.' ThnjiiKhTicketsonn ix had lor all Eiifttnm Cities oy c-auiiiii oiu. jii. i.u-xt, i n-hei Agent. K, W. WOOD W AUD, Supt. ma 4 Cincinnati. Ohio Medical. i I THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. I'ltUTKCTI.D It Y ItOVAL I.K'HTKICS I'A'l I N I Pll! JAMKS ( LAIIKK'S Celebrated Female Pills. 'reared from a rrrtjtton of Sir J. Clarke, 3f. 1., i'hyitician Kjtnwrdinary to the Quern. This invaluable medicine is unfniliiiK in the cure ot all those nainlul and diinirin-oii! (license- to which the t'eniuliM'onstilHtioii is subject, it mod. enites all ecci'H and reinoven nil obstruct ioiit, IVoni uhalever cuiim1, A speedy cure may he relied on. TU TIAIC lIKI lADIIS It trt particularly uitcd. It w ill, in u short time briiitf on the monthly period with regnluritv, CAUTION- Hi. 77- fWa nhould not he taken hy FemaleH during the r'ltttiT THREE JOX7S of regnum if. an they are. ur to orny on Jitwarrtage, out at uny orner nm iney are ttnje. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal A fleet ions, I'ii in? in the Hack and Liinhs, FutiL'iie on slight i-xcrlion, rit'fiilation of the Heart, livsterics, nnd W hite, thi'M! Tills will e fleet a cure when all other means have Tailed : and although a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or uny tin n k hurtful to ttie constitution. Kill I directions in the pamphlet around each packiiK. which should be caretully preserved. SOI.n BY ALh DhUOUIHTH. TBIUK. $1 FKB llUTTLK. . SPECIAL KOTJCE. It 4 th fata of errry Tnlmitbte Mtt4Hn4 to bt Coi'NTEKKKlTEI). lie etiuttnua, threfre. and nee that the iette.ru 'T. tt J " are blown in the bottle, and that eavhicrapjwr bear the V KV himii.kh of the Big nature nf I C. BALD WIS A CO.. and JOB JiOShS Jtygpwithout tchif h, none are genuine. .v It. One Dollar, with Kitfhteen cents lor rootage, enclosed ui any authorized A rent, or to the Sole lieneral Affent lor the Linited Mate jmd llritf all liiuinions, JOIJ MOSKH, S7 Cortlanflt St., New York, Will ensure a bottle, containing Kilty .'ills, by return mail, secmely sealed from all observation odfidaweowl v-ft ItltOKKICS OKKAT lilKT HALK OK RICH AND VALUABLE GOODS. I'UINCII'AI, WAUKKOOMS. No. H6 Sudbnrv atreet, Itouton, Mussh' hufePlW, and No. Ml Jcller tion ttlreet, Dayton, Ohio. 230,000 Pianos, Melodeong, iiohl and Silver Watches, Sets of Jewelry, hewing Machines, I'lintogi anh Al bums, Isold IVn, Silver-plated Tea Sets, l rained lCngraviiiKS, Cutlery, all kiiuU, Dry Ooods, Ac, ALL TO UK HOLD FOH OSK DOLLaU KACII AVlthout regard to value. Not to be paid lor until you know what vou are to receive. The proprietor of thlb establishment pOer this lot of gMHis tor ok it HOLLAS bach, althfifigii mire, deemed giHMlg are usually mold at auction at the expiration of ix mouths. 'I hey are constantly making advances on merchandise of all kinds, both to manufacturers uud dealers, and all goods not redeemed in ilue lime will include the same iu the present sale. Tkkmh ok Sale: Advertisements of Slock nre prepared, naming each article and its value, and are placed in sealed envelopes, ami well mixed. One of these envelopes containing an advertise ment, together with a choice collection ol l'opular. f"nii Him iiei ijien. or a wen ejiocmea rnotogrnph will be sold at our Warerooms, or sent bv muil to nny address for thenty-fivki th. or fivk for $1. ()n receipt of the advertii-eiuent, mi will see what you are k'11K l have, and then'it ia at your i n option to puy the Dollar and lake the article ur not. rurchasew may thus obtain A (101.1) OK B1I.VKR WATCH, BlI.VISlt-PI.ATKfl TKA HKT. BKWlNtl MACH1NK, OK ANY AHTIOLR OX OI K LIS T. For One Dollai ! Tho price of an Knvelone i onlv ntv-tlve ' I tint eenih; so give ns a call and sati-i v vouieli juu nny more goons lor ine iiione v than ever Was sobl at anv other place ill the cnuntrv ' Hear a tune on ihe Tiano, ami reineiulier that they, to gether with all the other cost I v articles on exh ibi tion w in ne sold to some pim-huhcr lot-One Dollar. All those who order from tho eountrv niust be paitleular in giving their rostotiice mldiews. the inline of the town uud county in whiih Uiev li and by ?hrtt press heavy goods shall be Rent. ' umpany'k Wuicioom lor the hoiilh tad, No. tH Jefferson street, DavWn, lhio. felttwA jw L. M. NliiK CO., Manngei-R. LI "NT 1ST A ETJ8 RHEI WINE, rp Ihe suBHCinuEit would inform the pulilie that he Is now manufacturing a very superior article of the above Wine, which has been nroito'inced by competent judges lo be the hesl now m tile luurket. Jtcau be obtained at w hob-Mile or :vtail, ut the I'rug Htore of D. If. Oblmger Ktii-t Filth Street. !Un, ami also of ti. L'nger'Wai. nut House. Wayne street. He has also a large supply of I.1NNAKUS KIIKI PLANTS FOR HA LK, Which can be obtained on application at either 9f tr.e alioTR-named places, or of the subscriber on Wayne Street, a short distance, south of the Wal nut Mouse. The above Wine Is highly recommended as a medicinal stimulant, aud is also p vtensirelv used for MierHmenial purA'ONUs. H. HAWFvKlt ian'-dwlyi' OXT O I O 33. FOURTH ST.-CABRUtiK S1HP. ALL persoug Ui dented i".r Naw or StM-ond-hand CarriHRe ami HnKluh. and ItepaiM, will plai5all at tliu Hard w aro htoio and Kctilf . J. LANGDON & BRO., noMl wawSia IS MAIN bT It K KT. Wa ANTED MERCHANTS. HA VK rtiiu a.rrviMniy nailllUK V.IHUl I'll lit Ulir iliine In examine tfi wprt esycuxd at the KiupTu hls.m Jvb Booms, kU.llu Main street. Medical. Medical. Life-Health-Strength. Llfo-Health-Strength. Life-Health-Strength. 1)11. JUAN 1 ) li!.. A MA HI tK'H SPKCIFIC PILLS, Are ri"pare(hv the Mertleiiin(iARNCit:ar A I-ont, rharinaceunsin, ro. nn, ne iiuimm, Karl from ine rrexcriprioQ i im .hi'ir i'ki.a. mahhk Chisel t'Milciau to tha liotpitul du Norrl on LatltKilieie. Letter of Ilr.tmmendaf raHiH, May ft, IM (Jr.STi.KMKN:-W haTfl tuM the "Hrtcirio 11.1.M" matie from Db. Hki.amarhk'm PrtKRCKIp. tion, ditnnpr several ycai- pa.t. In oiirprivate ami public practice, nun nave ioiuhi uhmh m mini fiicr. uetic and etlicii nt lieinedy in cases of hpermalor ilicaor heniinal Weakness; NiKhtly, Jhiily, or Premature Kmtiims ; eual Weakness, or m w,ney : pechll DernnKements of the Nervous Sy. tvin ; V eaknesm at i".inff from secret llahlls anil Sexual hKceses; Bet a mat ion of the (tcnftal or trail h; Weak Spine: Atlectioimof the Kyrn;' Mmu" or 'Mrick-lMisf' DiM)-tiu the Urine; "Milky' DNchnrKetj'I'aleness of the Skin, with Hunketi i hecks himI Itloodhts Mps; "rinched" Keaturen; It reixulnr m tion oi the lhart. and In all the ghastly train ol hvmptomn arisiiiK from Over-use, ahiie or hns, troin any cause, of the Nervous run e. We earnestly advise the I'toiosion. and all per sons sufl'erinif Inmi any tSympttnnatir or ttrganio Affection ol the fV. nito-I.' h i n a ky svhtkmh. ious these 1'ills. With hili respect, we a re yours muit imeiety. . It. A. J! fLAl'KKFAl H ff, M. I) ii. D. i H J A KIM N, M D. ( tIKAN lK l.hl'LHKtt, M. II. To (Jaranriere ft Dupont. No. UM, Hue liombard. rarfi. Sedentary and Studinu I IcrupatioiiH, Or left. Anrirtie, or whatever lends to impair the Vital Avtion of the Brain, Heart or A'errou Oyttem. ire qnently l ad to the mmt IUtrr4ny and Jhnbar raniing Dthordem ol the VlKIJ.K SYSTEM. dent. Clergymen and Laicyrs, tlicrfH.ro. whe art especially liable to thine Weaknesses, thonh! it sort promptly to Dr. Dklam arhk'9 Si'KClMO I'tl.i.a. A I'amphlet, rontalnltt(r full particular, with DireetlotH and Advice, printed iu fr'rejieh, Oer man, Spanish and hnffllsb, accompauies each btm and will lie sent, bv mail, free ol cost, to anyor . who vlll w ril for it. Pi kcr, tl per Ilox, orKii Iloxea tor a Sold by nil the principal Dnitftrl.ts, or will lie lent by mail, it-vreJy efted from atl obimraUon. on receipt o! the nneciflfd priee bv any authorized agent. r bv the gole lieneral Agents for America OM Alt O loshs ft 4 O .srTCortlaiidt h trees. New V ork . A uthoriced agent for Da vimi W W , K'l'KW AliT all orders by mail promptly at tended to. oc4daweovly-4 vegetaTleImbrosia IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE I (iray-hcaili-d People liar tlielr looks restored by it to the dark, Imtrout, tilken trntet of youth, and are happy I Young People, with light, fadtd or ni Hair, linve theie unfushlonuble eolori chanfed to a beautiful auburn, and rejoice I People whose heads are covered with Dandruff and llumori, me it, and liars clean coat ami clear and healthy scalpi I I lall-I loaded 'Veterans have their remaining locks tightened, and the bare upots covered with a luxuriant growtl of Hair, and dance for joyl Young Oentlerueii uso It because it Is richly perfumed I f Young Ladies use 'it because it keeps their Hair in place I ' Everybody mtiif and will use It, because it is tho (leanrst anil lett articlein tha market I For Sale by Drnggists generally. V. H.FI.I.M', Dayton, O., UKNKKAI. WHOLKSAI.K AflKM t on oiiio' At Wholesale, liy W. V. 8TKWAKT, No. iitl Main St., ilec-.'U-r.mw DnVTON. ALLEN'S LUNG BALBAM TIIKURKAT REMEDY Jl'ORTIlK ClJHli t)t' CONSUMPTION AND A LI, P1SKA5KH Its' THK I.IINUH. XinK RESULT OF ITS IT8E la A pruol or lis final villus. '1'lie extraonlinary Un! inir uroiH-rtu-Hol thin n-mwlr are experienced It all tW wlii havo u,el it. Their U-tllinonv wi. lie Ibuud in a pamphlet, which cau be bail of ilia agi'til where the mt-tlicine Is uel. lOUUilli AND I.OI.I1S, howeverdislresshiK. are liruki-n up iu an inrreilililu nhort time, by cauiiun a upecitlc intliu-iice on the Lungii, so that the lualii r ami ptilt-KUi tirueanilvexpecuiiau-ij. AI.I.K.N-8 l.CMi IIAI.AM uonlulns no o-niui iu any lorni. It l purluctly liaruile.s lor Ui Uie liliii,t ili-lii-.ale chllil. .o.Nsi;Ml'riVI'.ii would do well to read bis 'i'ri-ullse lipun lihcaheil Lung. JUairlti-i a K'"l r wly. Try It. For sale by tin; i ruprletiirs, .1. N. II AKKIh ft t o., Uuciiiuaii Ohio. V I'riiefl per buttle. Sold by Medicine Dealer tliruiiKliuiil Uie city and cuumry. oculilawll DR. STEVENS & CO. jL 1UVATK 11SKASKS (THIKD 1NTUE hiiortfst Kircihlu tnnt', ai the LiiivMiimti J.o-k ht b I'Ual, a;iO alnul r.tni'1, la twi m Ultli and MM. up htuir, wiUiouL llio ubu d Mt-iuinv, K ol tinit;, oi- 4-liniittt' oi iiiut-. lr. MKVhNh, by hpurial utiidy and cxm-rii-nce in thu liohpiuu oi iialiiuiorv, ieundoti and Van U juultlcd to K'lariMliU t- at ina in the inot coiiip i-Ult'd t-UhL'h. UtVClittRsiibltl (ioiioi l lliuior b d t uivtl in u lew dhk, without cliuiino ol ' dtui, liludraiiue 1'iom liumncuii. Hut-oiid.u' Nvdiilli (a lust vt'ntigu :iudlt:jiltd WlliiOUL lltt- t,l Aif cmy. Vu tin;' cf self-ttlUM' and exi-cstlvu vciitry.hU ' lui in lioiu bpui liiuUii i-Jiea, and lot ot idi) ti uud liic'iiiul jovvt i, iiidiKt'ntiuii or l oinatipuiu h Kruptiuiut. Nvrvuiia CoiikIu., liyiMt. hoiidnii, Vc uruiiuuu-tl lor lAxvr i oiiinluitii, H mm'Imu. ..ii t-OllSUUlJltlOll, l) Ifcll.MUlll int'll. Who lllllslltk.u Hi emus lor itiu cauttubot thu evil, and thus u I ply lioth. ilan it il HK'ii, and tlioheconUtmplatiiiK mai l u, e nIioiiUI lvistotv vIki' to thuir Uotlit-s aiiUiiiind -tin y ciiliiil iiiuui) and dUt abu upon ihuac itt I'lit pus If ri i . liihtitMn pot-ulijii- to fi malert trvated. A rt KU an .hi toe I iuail r-iiMi,. lcibuiii aiudutiau plolnpU ciiVvil, h iKldiUBiiiliK, Willi MuLt iiiuiil I uhdu, Ul. hi HVK.ND & CO., tfUO S iduiiut IsuIhu ,'ith and lit li otmiLK, t -nit numti, (duo oilii'L' houi'H J rom b A . M .o 6 1. Al.j Suinlayi to 1 M dt-ra ijd flOMTAINH A I.I. TllR HRiCI. VlhTl tH Ol J PlneTreTr. W , ne il Tnr i-urMi OnnMin.llii.a Ciil.is SorrThinsi soil i rca.t, Hroi.i hills, .lim b. lllMlh.rm liru'el. I'li,llf. Hurt Ihi-fH-. i II t ( Kill uoynnil Hlsl!-rHnililhi conipls.nm. Hold hv hruwelHlH nml Urni-cm thrr.UiilirKt tli. nniledHtftt mi on l 1 1 mi a .i,n W.W.hTKWAKT.i.imi.i, A ii s k . Beware of laiiaurlfl Oenume have-'Wme ol Tar" III, n mi l.i lle. . i-IWIll Fe EVER AND AGUE. Thernmeily to cure and preveat this disease Dlt. S. O. RICHARDSON'S SHEHRY WINE BITTER Thu celebrated New Knlnnd remtdvfbr.Taiil1(ft tVvuraiid Antitj. tieniral Ueoi lltv, and alt UieaMh arUnifr fixin iliionlrd 8tuw atdi. Liver and HowrU. They are iucd and r-uonnnendHl ly leadtnK nhfm Hi('laiiif thu country, and all w bo try titain ptitm iionm-t! ttteui invaluaVdv. ft rlce l per botll J. N. llAUIHHft CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, ptoiirl' atom for the Wutitorn htHtm. HOLO II Y Al L MKOICINE DKALKH8.I Octal daw t 1