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wrrk, 'SUTnble Co Carrion). $ M ..nil, prr annum in advanue........ 1 (W WHKKLY EJIPIHK. 'inn mpr, per niinum M W (iffi'ho KMl'l i K ciTruhitL's Hen of pottage in Montguinnrr county, ravment In advance in all Met. JOB .IP H.HSTT I INTO. Of ftTfrr drsr.riptifvn. exm-ut-tvl on Hteam rwiii n the bet style, and at reasonable prices. EMPIRE BUILDING, WO. 110, WMW ST' Professional Cards. WILMERH. BELVILLE , ATTORNBV- A.T-LAW, DAYTON. OHIO. urrirc.XiirthaB'i vomer rnirn and nil trnrto. ati14dnw:lm J. J. BELVILLE, A. 1 1 o r 11 e y 5 L - "W AND NOTAKY PITIIMO. niioite tti I'ostolTIre, mld.iwlm UATTOX.Orun O DUN & CAH ILL, Utorneys and Counselor at Law, oor.n.n1. llullilltiar, Third .tret. lelH-dwtf DATTON, Oil 10. E. THOMPSON, Vttorne-"- and ISTotarv, UATTO. OHIO. w, . . TTPMn Tit ATT. ?.TTST K.S1 IT 11. lj rtllT... I' entrusted to him witn 'iiug-once, prompt.,... r""?c nn Third streot.over ,,n',rj'"1'?!,h" "'- C. L. VALLANDICH AM, Counsellor at Law, DATTOS, OHIO. TILLPRAOTIOK IN THE SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. ..floe-VToriaae's uetv building, opposite Poit f.e. FRANCIS C. BICELOW, Attorney- at -Ttx7V 1.VY IV N, OHH). trtCE-t Wonxutn's hw building, opposite PnstOiHne. l"2,tr IIKOHOR W. HOIIK. JOHN A. M'MAHON, . . . . . . n .a . If AI .Ittomevs at Ljh.w DAYTON'. OHIO. iim Ve. 32i Third Street. Harlot Main, novln-flm Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. d7 cTm cDE R MO NT, Surgeon General of Ohio. OFFi(;K-l:ORSKB THIltl) AND WILKINSON STRKKS. !A YTON. OHIO. nr. a. g. buo irxixo. varsim am siRHKux, O A.YTO !sT, OHIO. ')FP!''S -In VTirm-uri BillMIn? ''M stalrH) .JplTr.nn tri"it. o)clto rhmnlx lliinsc, UAS lrinilllontI)rlir.:lti!!l ill DuVtoil, lin.t Wll 1m fooml ut his .lll;:it nil hunn.oxi-ciit when prcit'i!iisliii:illy Hlnoiit. Juliltl DR. E. JENNINCS, LAtePot8urKeonC.un Dunnison, offer his ser. Tii'CS tt1 VUVSIOIAN Ml SIIItOl-'.ON. ' totheoitlient of lTt" "' Tlnlnlty 'FIOK-N. ftT l.odlow Mi., btilMreen d .nil I Hi, Whore he m:iy lie I'ouml ut All hours. Reference, Dri. J O. Uoevo.J. Davis. J. W. IMotrtch. ep-dtl Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER & SPIELMAN, ;:tl TIIIKO STU12ET, DAYTON, O. AllB PRTCPAUEI) TO SERVE AS fcUUTIXS KKIIS In raiuntry and oily, or will soil '4 (.oil. om eonjitfninent. ,1. K.CHItlKTiiPHEItand DAVID CLARK. foil 1 -Wtf Alll-tlnW-r.. Business Notices. ( Doctor . STRICLAND'S TONIC. DYSPEPSIA l Or. Strickland's Tonic Is a concen- rated preparation of Roots anil Herbs, with fctitiaclda and carminatives to trtrenirthen the stomach and nervous sytm. It i? certain remedy for Dyspepsia or Induc tion, Nervousness, Los of Appetite. Aci If ty of the Stomach. Flatulency and Debility It is not alcoholic, therefore particularly in ted for Weak, Xervous. and Dyi')it ; persons. For sale by all Lirugjfists every, where stl jier bottle. Dr. .Strickland's Z PILE REMEDY CUIUS for PILES. ITas cured thousands of the worst cases of Blind and Bleeding Piles. It tfives Imme diate relief, and ellects a pcrinunant cure Try it directly. It is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists at 6U cts. per bottle. I Or. StrlekluiHl'H MKI.l.lKLlTOrS COUGH BALSAM COUGH so MOKE. v.ii ts warranted to be the only preparatio" known to cure Coughs, Colds, )lmreiu's Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronic Cough. Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup. B lng prepared from Honey und Herbs, it helling, softening, and exiiectorallng, ar. particularly suitable for all artections oftn Throat anil Lungs. For sale by Druggists jevorvwhere iunll L. MARKG RAF, I iu portu r o f F ivuiE AHEIN WBItX Anl dealer in CATAWBA WINE, No. 270 TUinl Street, ; r Jylttiltf Dayton, Oliio, Notice to Shippers. rHK t'anal I now open, and 1 am tiowfnllvitre. are . t .lii all kin, I. ut Krain. merchandise, A , to and fiuia Dayton and Uuuinnati aieu.toiu- "'rtolii' lm I'lni innati from Undine- on Canal tr.ut between Walnut and Vine. a, lollou.i Canal boat liutavill. very Saturday evening; Caual boat St Loull. avery Wedneniay cnninf. Leave Davlnn iroinCanal Denoti Canal boat l.ouiville. every We.lni-lday evening: anal boat si. LohIk. every Satunlayevcninn. ft'or freiirhfc to or from Cincinnati or Dayton, poly to It. IIA.MHKHS. Feb. SO. lB6Y-4ilin ( anal Depot. EDDING CARDS lntU neatly la Colon, or in Tlmun,H ASM sin b. kieua Jee Been. he VOL IV DAYTON O. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. Daily Empire. 18fi7. iVO 157 THE BASIS OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT. JtMnlvef, That tliosavuni. State composing the I'nitcd Mtules, nn not united tin the principle of unlimited iitimU4ion to their Ueneral Govern ment, hut Unit by coiiiimi't, n inter the style and title of a ( onatilutinn ol the I'niled tatt i. and of iimi'iiiltntmi thereto, thev constituted General Government, for special purposes delegated to lh.it liovernment certain Ucnuiie power, r usury iiitf. each ttt.it to itself, the residuary mass of riirht to their ielf-(roverninent ; aud that when ever the tjiieriiUjloverninent HHiiiniei undelega ted power, ill acts are unauthoritative, Void, and ol no force; That to thin compact each Hiato ac ceded a n statu, ami i an Integral party, Itt c,o rttale tornitntr, a- to itself, the other party that the Government creutfd by this compact was not made the exclusive or ilnal JinUe of the extent ol the power ueli'ffutnt to itaeli. iim'e that would have made its dwrretimi, hii1 not tne Constitution, the inu jure ot it pwer; but that. a In all other ca-ea of compact xynNO puwkks bavino NO COMMON jrilOK. liACIt PARTY HAH AW Kqt'AL RIOHT TO JIMIOK POR ITrtKI.P, Afl WKLL OP INKKAO TIONf AH OPTHK MOPE A Vl MKASfHP 01 RRPKLMB. Th Firtt A4H$uky HtlutioH of I'm. Democratic State Ticket. IOR OOVK.HNOR : ALLEN' U. T11LK.MAN. FOK LIKUTKNANT OOVKRNOH : UAN1KL S. UUL, of llului.9. for tiif.a.urkr: Dr. C. FULTON, of Cr.wford. FOR AITHTOB : JOHN McKLWKE, of Butler. FOR attoiivfy oknkral: FRANK II. 1ILRI), of Knor. FOR JUDQF OF 8ITRKMF. COURT ! THOMAS M. KKY, of Huiuiltou. FOR CONTROI.I.F.R OF TRKA8I1HV : WM. bllERIDAN. of Williams. FOR BOARD OF PrBI.IC WORKS : AKTHlilt HUOIli:s. of Cuyahoga. News by Telegraph and Mails. The loss by tbo burglary of Boowell, Mkykiis & V ooriif.rs' store, on Saturday night, will probably reach $7,000, instead of $3,000. Yesterday.fi om Sim Francisco, the steam ship Constitution, for Panama, sailud with 877.000 in treasure $040,000 for New York. O A report lias reached die English Consul at Zanzibar that Dr. LiviNosToNU.the cele brated African explorer, and half his party had been murdered. Coffikhs reports, on the authority of nine native attendants who escaped. Caul Suu'hz will soon vacate the editori al chair of the Detroit Daily Fust, nnd will be succeeded by William A. Howard, formerly member of Congress, nnd Post master in that city. Farmers report the iniiple sngarcrop very larye this season. The How of sap is abun dant and rich iu saccharine matter. Large quantities of molasses, cake and sugar are finding their way to market. The Evansville Journal reports an Im mense amount of corn Iu that neighbor hood as having been destroyed by the flood. Last week R Radical State Senator, at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was cowhlded by an indignant father for alleged indecent proposals to his daughter. The debate upon the English Reform Bill lias been postponed until the 25th. Glad stone pronounces the figures absurd. At a Catholic Orphans' fair recently held in Natchez, the proceeds amounted to over six thousand dollars. Ristohi lias refused to fulfill herengage ment In Nashville, and the manager of the theater has seized her trunks, preparatory to ai; action for damages. A San Francisco dispatch, of yesterday, says: The tlourmarketlsdull. Thesteamer to-day carried 6,300 barrels for New York. Extra is quoted at $C 25 and superfine $5 25. Wheat active at $1 751 80; very choice, $1 90. STATE ITEMS. A Mr. Dupe, of Dark county, was swindled out of $50 in Hamilton the other day. He had ust sold ahorse which he had brought with him, receiving a good price, when a sharper accosted him with the startling In formation that he was liable, to arrest and imprisonment iu the penitentiary, having made the sale without a government license. The scoundrel, however, who rep resented himself as a detective, ollered to compromise and drop thealTair iftliecoun- trymau would pay him $50 which he forked over. In great trepidation. Mr. J. M. Martin, shot a lirfge otter, near Gettysburg, Darke County, on last Satur day. This was a lucky shot, one we are told that will pay twenty-five or thirty dollars. The high water of Millcreek from the Ohio river washed away an embankment iu the rear of thn Brighton House, near White's Mills, and carried with It a frame j dwelling house. Edward Bartholomew, a drover well known iu Chicago and Ciricinnuati, was murdered In Fulton County a few dayB ago, and robbed. His murderers arc un known. His only brother committed suicide ut Boon, Iowa, a few days since. A CoquKTTK BnorniiT into Cocivt. At a recent term of the Ashland Common Picas, a case was disposed of where a young man was plaint i IT and a former sweetheart defendant. He had, while courting her. made her presents to the value of about $2,300. She, however, jilted him, and mar ried another. The jury returned a verdict for the amount he had presented her, and six cents damages. City Election. CONSTABLE. P. fl. SAGE wilt be supported a. an Independent candidate lor the ollk-u ol loimttilile, b man) old and young hiuine.. nica aud many other who with thltiga done up U. a. Marcb IS, lWiT We are requested to announce the name of John q eAI.Ialil UY a, an I iidepn.de nt candi date Cor the ontucoi Lon.lable at the euauing- eleo tiuii. March lo. ltxl-UU' We nre requested to announce the name o. WILLIAM Wol.HtA l II, a. an Independent can didate lor the oilice of Conituble. at the eu.uiiif election, air. Wnllrath huvina; lerved hi, coun try a a soldier, ar-kii the vou- oi the cititeu. 01 Day ton for that oUk-o. inaleaildtt ASSLSSOK. KiuBTB Ward -M J STKH-LN li an lndein. dent candidate for the ottlce ol Albe..er in the Kivhth Ward lunlS ST lr 1TOU WAMT AvUurllMiaUie FARM WKkiKlUllvaUrua BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. WASHINGTON, March 19, 1867. Among the nominations for Ohio to-day, were W. H. Martin. Postman ter at Dnvton, ami A. J. Alorelieail, 1'osimf iter at Zanes vllle. Also for Kentucky, T. J. Thomas. Newport. Colonel Peter . I. Sullivan, was lo-day continues as Minister to Bogota. A resolution wilt p:iss the Senate, to morrow, nutliorizing the War Department to Indemnify Indiana and Ohio for losses sustatuea uy the morgan raid. The Senate, to-day confirmed tho follow lng appointment oi Po.masters In Ohio W. C. Bucklaod, Fremont: W.C. Sement Bucyrus. Also, as assessors of Internal revenue, in Ohio James S. Robinson, firth district: John 1. Hague, seventh district: Elisha K Rogers. Sixth. Also, as Collector of Internal Kevenue, Kev. C. U.Wilson. lor the Filth District. J,..Ihllow lng Ohio Postmasters were re- ceted. u. L. uush, Sidnev: T. J. Amler son. Newark; R. B. Spink, Wooster; W. C Moorehead, Zanesville; A. H. Vaneleve. Circleville: A. Catterilav. (liilllnnli. , W H. Woodrow, lllllsboro; It. Thompson, Ml V ernon. The Southern Subjugation bill has now hfpn rmsseil hv Iwirli hmmua If I. r,i.t..,4- "ed to be the mode of rat. if v lng the consti tution oi me reconstructed States. It was settled by requiring It to be ratified bv majority ol the registered votes ol the qualified electors, cast at the election on adopting the constitution, with at leastone- lialt of all the registered voters voting on the question. Congress Is then given the power to be satisfied that there was a full and free election that Is that the freedmen were all allowed to vote unmolested, and the proscribed whites nine-tenths of the white population weie kept from the noils. Both Houses have a Wll to-day providing for the survey of the Niagara Ship-canal. under tticuirection ot the engineer Unreal! of the army. This Is simply preliminary to the passage of the bill, as soon as Con gress comes togetheragain.for theconstruc- lion ot tne worK. it Involves too many millions of public plunder for this fortieth Congress to throw over its shoulder. Sena tor CotincsB iu the Senate to-day offered a resolution for the appointment of a com mittee to ascertain who has been divulging IMC 171 .fi.cll "ft. KACUUlltC St'flSIUII. I IIC resolution has caused quite a commotion among the reportorial corps and several leaky Senators. In the House Thad Stev ens undertook to read his speech on confis cation of Southern property, but broke dow n and had to send it to the Clerks desk to be finished. After that the bill for that purpose was postponded till December next. From Europe. [Per Cable.] London, March 18 Evening. Arrests ot remans continue in Ireland. Head Center Dennis Donovan had been caught at Cork. General Murk and fortv others, recently captured, had been carried in irons toClon- mel jail. Vienna. March 18. An order has been .-ni t.i 1 uei ica recalling Admiral Fege thoil' u this country to take command of the Adriatic fleet. Paris. March 19 Evening. In the Corp i-egisiaiir. to-oay. jiinister Holier stated that tne tin peror was In favor of tliedis. trlbution of the papal debt among the Catholic powers, each of them assming its share of the burthen, and guaranteeing its payment. Liverpool, March 19 Noon. Thescvere gales which prevailed for nearly a week proved disastrous to shipping. Many slilp- w recKB are reported on me Jtngllsn and Irish coasts. The cotton market to-day has been quiet aim cioscu xieauy at laju. lor middling up lands. The sales to-day were 10.000 bales. The Board of Trade report that the ad Ices irom .Manchester are favorable. Breadstufl's MarkeL firm. Wheat Mil waukee, red and amber. 13s. 3d. per cental Corn, 41s. 6d. per quarter lor mixed Wes tern. American barley, 4s. 7d. per sixty pounds. London, March 19. Evening. Consols closed at Dl for money. United States S-20 s, ; Illinois central. 73. Large Fire in Canada. Bothwell. C. W, March 19. A tire broke out last night in the Carroll House, which in ten minutes was a mass of flames. At this time I he main portion of the town is in ashes. Over one hundred houses have been ue-troyed. A largo number of fami lies have been rendered houseless and des titute, and are leaving town by every train, in mi uirrcinius. Large Fire in Canada. Married. McCOKMK K bll AKP On Tucday evening. u.i.t.. .v. , ..in icuvui n ui vua,. a . oiarr, r..o.. hv Itev .1. K. Marlnv P,.l,.i. nl h-..Jl Mr. H. O. Mrt ormlck. of Cincinnati, to Misii Anna m nnarp. oi uayuin. finio, ilaUKhler of the late John M Mhnrp. formerly Uu.inuu Manager of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Died. E.VBVUn Tuesday, March 1. Eliiabeth L., wllo of Joseph Kavey. aged 47 years. funeral services at Kaper Chapel, at ten o'clock Thursday morning, March 91. bervlcea by Iter. W. L. It y pes. luturmeiit Woodland Cemetery. Friends ol the family are Invited without further DOtiC. [Journal copy.] New Advertisements. PETITION FOR PARTITION. Superior Court of Montgomery County, Ohio. No. 81S9. Levi Tibln, Catharine Tiblm, and loseph Jones nnd Davis Joue., by William Faikner, their Guardian, rs John Weylirlght, Daniel Wevbrlght, Joseph Wey bright, Itciijamin Wevbrlght, .1 aroh Wevhrlifht Bniiiui l We bright, Lleal.eth Wethrialit. Klu abeth Wenger, Samuel Vienger, Harah Puter baugh. tiuoi se PiKerbaugh, Amanda oidwine, Damid oldwiua, Lluabeth Lluwmati and John llowmau. IiO John Weyhrlght, of rountv, Man-land, . Daniel Wevbrlght, Joseph We bright, Benja min W e) bright, and Lliialieth 'Wet bright, of Montgomery county. Ohio. Jacob We) briglit.Klij abelh Wenger. hnmuel Wenger, ol Miami conntv, tlhio. Samuel Wet bright, Sarah I'ulerbauKh. George t'ulerkaiigh, Amanda lildwlne, Daniel OhUlne, LlUabeth ilOHuiau and Johu Bowman nf Darke county. Ohio. You will take notice that a petition was Died agilnst you on the lsih day or March. 16 7 la the Superior Court of Montg mery county, Ohio, by Levi Tibbs, Catharine TibTja. and Joeph ou,a and Davis Jenes, bv William fr alsner, their Guardian, and is now pending, wherein the sal l I.evi Tihhs. ( atharine 1'ihbs and Joseph Jones and Davis Jones, by William Faikner, Guardian, deinaud partition of the lollowlng real eawte. to-wit: sit uate iu the county of Montgomery and state ot Ohio, to-wit: The northwes' quarter of section fifteen (IS) of township five (6). and range live (6). east, containing one hundred and sixty acres of land, niore or lest, aud that at the neat termor said Court, the said Levi Tibbs, Catharine Tibhs and Joseph Jones and Davis Jones, by William Kalkner. their Guardian, will apply tor an order that partition may be made of said premises. LEVI TIHBH r C TIIAKI.SK Till IIS. WILLIAM F M.KNKR, Ouardlanof JOsM'll JO.VKb and DAVIS JON kS I). L Mrasia an I Adam Cut, Attorneys. Marub o. IttOt-dlwa-U) iVIanufacturebs' labels bs area HWSl at t.e KMFIK at New Advertisements. PETITION FOR PARTITION. "uperior Court of Monjomery County, Ohio. Levi Tlnbs, Catharine Tllibn, and Josoph Jones and Davis Jones, by William Faikner, their utwruiau, a Jehn Wevbrlght, Daniel Wevbilght. .Toeph Wev ingnt llelejamln W eybrlght, .1 acob We)brlght, . ..,"r- nfn' n.,iraoetn tteynrignt, h.i, alielh Wenger, -anillel Wenger. Karah Puter hangli, t.eoi ge riiterli.iugh. Amand i oldwine Daniel Oldtvlue, Klis.ibutli JUottman and John w man qiO John Wevbrlght. or cnunty.MarTland, X Dlllllet Vt et'briirllt. Jotenh Wnvhrlirht fl,,n mln Weylirlght, ami Llii.itMjtu We'ybuht' of the ,,.,j, nioniK"niei'y, unio, jaiou weybrlght, Klisaiieth Wenger, Hamuel Wenger, o Miami wum.j., ,,uu, oamuei weyorigut, naran ruter- uaugn. t.eoigo ruttiriiailKh, Amanda oldwine Daniel oldnine, Elizabeth llutvnian, and Johu www mn. oi i urae county, onio. You will take notice that a petition was Bled iiraiitHt you on the lain dav of March, IBM. In the Superior Court of Montgomery county. Ohio, by lh0f- Catharine liblis, and Joseph Jones and Davis Jones, by William Kalkner. their Guar diaii, and I. now pending wherein the said Levi tiouM, taitnarine lions, ami Joseph .ones and i'a.i..ione. oy tvunam ralkner. Guardinn, de, manil partition Ot the lolllltvinir real s.t.M f.at situate In the county ol Montgomery, and'state of Ohio, to wit: beginning at the northeast corner of inrgvuviiiiHii oi tne iiorineast guai ter of section v. HibTCn uoj, tow iisai jo. nve tOi. ot range lite (O)flHSt; ttleilC ttest alonu- the lliviittnir liiu ai said quarter seution sixtv notes to . .tnk.- tt,...,Pa . 'fll poie. mi a taae; inence east sixtv poles to a stake in tne section line; Dicnce noi lli along (aid section tine to the pliice of beglnniug. eontainnig f M.I .-., nl lun.l n...H. ,. l..j. .,. - m -- u. u. tne IUIIUW- iug real estate: sluiate in the count, of Darke and Slate of Ohio, to wit: The east hull ol the east nnii o, me Boutntvest quaru'r oi section twenty lour IttAi In tnu-ii.ltii, ,,,M ui nr .-.... ... east, containing lorty actes. more or les., anil that at the next term of suid Court the said Levi ,.i,im,i ma Ann,,, una josepu .tones and Davis Jones, bv William Falki er tfu.lr :ii..,liu will apply lor an order that partition may lie I.LVI nuns, CATIIAKINK TIMBS, i WILLIAM FAI.KNKR, Guardian of JusKI'll .i inks, and DAVIS JONKS. T. L. Mrrkfr and Adam Clay, Attorneys. March SO, iBtl7-dlaw-vB Mayor's Proclamatioa Mayor's office. Dayton, March IS. lsoT, TN cnmpllunce with the law, I hereby issue my X I'roclamallon to the Inhabitants of ttie city of uavion. uariiniir nem tnai it i nn .win U.. batter, or give away any spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors, on the day of uny election held w ith in the state of Ohio, under the Conntitution or laws tuereot. Any person onemling agnint the provisions of this act slid! be lined iu any sum not less inun live nor more man one hundred dol lars and be imprisoned iu the county lull lor a ne rlod not exceeding ten days for each offense so coinniitteii. jo.tAiiuA ab.-SAtl . Mayor. March 19, lfOT-dtt .lournul and Gorman paper copy. Mayor's Proclamation. Mayor s office, Dayton. O., Narch 18, 1887. '"pHK qoalilleii voters ol (he City or Dayton arc A hereby untitled Unit tho annual election lor city aud Township Olhcers will be held in said city on Monday, the 1st day of April, 187, Tor the tuiiuv nig ouicr., to-wit: One City Solicitor; One City Marshal ; One Street omniihsaonor; One Maikct Master; Due Wood Meusurevi One Director of city Infirmary; One l rusleo or C'imiiiciIuijui and tine Meltlberof the Hoard of kdncatlnn in each w at a. ON TOWNSHIP TICKET. Two Constables in the city at large, and One Atiscs.oria eucu Ward. The lollowlng will be the 1 jess of votino In ti.a First Ward Eastern Engine House; Second Ward Old Indeuendent Entrina Hon., ttext to Opera House; iiinuward s M Sullivan's Law Onice. south .iue oi iinru street, uciween Alain and Luulow . rwuiiii uru v eatt-rii r.ugiue House ; Kllth Wunl Central Engine House-. Sixth Ward Pacific Engine House; Seventh WaidWalnul House, Wayne street; Eighth Ward Johu Niliaen's. iuiictioii nf Wmi- ron aud Main street.. Alo according to a resolution adontmi PoUrim. ry S. 1BII7, by the city Council of Dat ton thn mi.,1 iaed vole r. of the city ol' Dayton at the same time win iiecine ior or ae-aiii.i cue amif x .tmn ,.t si City to Iho city of Dayton. The ballot lor tllia purpose win ne upon tne city ticket, to wit: .wi uiiiit-Aatniii ui auami c.ity." "Against anuexation of Alijnnl i:ltv " The voters iu favor of auucxuiinn will itHV.ns innra out iue vton s aaa nsi aiinex.itniii " uit.l those opposed tu the same w ill strike or mark out the words "lor annexation." The polls will be opened at sir o'clock In n,.. uiuruiua auu cioseo at s xo'ciock io tne even ng, .IllVlTlllU L-L'S1SJI.V .1 March 18, mwti """" . ur. Notice to Contractors. THE Board of Truttew of the Southern Ohio Lunatic Avluui, at Uuj ton, hereby yivfl im tiu that tenk'il pruiUliiU V ill l0 ri'tei eti tit the oiUco oi ih Miijci nnenileiit ot uil A.lnni on ur uviuro mummy, me loin u.iy oi April, lbtt7, ior th work ttUil matt riuU iequln.il ior the erectiiiK hhO enclusingur the two new w Iiik ol' the boiithern Ulila ('Uuatio Asylum, act-uniing to the plans uuU .u,uuaiiuiii ui uin wi . an iuuguuu, fcHq., ui 1. tor Minilishiuir nnd lav i the hrlcks pa quired in lh building tulttivu the bariemcut) of one or both tring. t. tit ting the price per thoutntl, n.tnaiiro'i iu the wall. About miihont. will e required. Sami ior building purpoex can be ub tuiud on the irround. Clai lor nukmir tlia hri. ira uu u uuiiuutcu uii inu KruuiHiB. uy aKreeiiieiit theiu. ' wiiu iub uoaxu. ai mo nricu per iiioui.Ai.fi o oi 9. k or furnish. hit all the cut fron.Kt.inp r.nmi tni sIlU, stilting the price etteh, according to tlie ie and natturim reijuired a i or supplying good Norway, or white plno.or rxipini luisva nnu i ai v--i mr an me ouiiUllig anore hu first flour Btating the price per tlioiuaud leet (boanl meMrure,j aud the liiiid ol wood prupo.ed to be furui-hud. 4 Koruupu lng food flooring bo tin It of blue und gray uli. oak. Norta ur eilow pine, utating uiu.r. Aici .iiuutaiin iwi, llllltovr IlieilSUre, IUB luuiher to be all ot Ar&tiuaiity, clear tun. 1H ii h thick, i he proposal will Htate ihe kiudoi vvocmI, ami the length ol time it ha boen auaMinud. 5 For good, llrt quality, clear, whito pine lumber. t titling price per thoummd ft-ut, lumber uieahuru. 6 Kor furiushinir and laviiiBT all the tlata nvr. ing, iut lulling iion v ul ley i aud iruu ridgiug or cupping, hinting ihe price per tquaie. 7. Kor ttu iiithing and ftettfiigupgulvauizad Iron cornh e aud Kpouu. s ror puiH mtiung ror slate rooting, x Inches wine uy im lucues iuj hick, stating price per lineal foot. U. For the window frames and .sh syIhiaH in. eluding parting head a d stub top- aod ante pullei, ktuting price per wm iow, aocorutng to Ufa an i put terns required. 10 For the door Ira nun. htatlnjr the price each, according to the site and putternt required. 11. For such carpenter and joiner,' work as may be necsar to Im done to enrhte the build ing, vis: Framing roof and juM. bridging, couu terceiltng all floor, and MMting all door und win dow I rut act. tl it i lift; and putting in sarli Ac , stat iug the price upon the t liicinnatl bill of price. li. (or furuiithing cabt iron ktairs, ulatiug price per pound, and lor wiudow weights, stating price per pound cuat Karh ot thuttlmvo Item will be considered sep arately In awarding contracts t-.Tery proposal must be accompanied hr a bond Otuiuiedi, executed bv the nartv uroootliisT ami two good kin untie, ujudiliourtl to acijptand ful- iue coniraci. 11 it snotiid Im awaru.d to hi in, utiieeatdv to his nromMul No niuiioiial will Im. considered w ithout this Iwnri acoompanv ing it 1 he plans a d pecitluaiions can he seen iiKn Applicaiion at the Aj lum. at aiy time on or Im lori April 1ft. lw(7, when the terms ol ooutractuau ulso lie ascertained. ihe Drouosul will be nnened at a meetinv of th Hoard of iruotees. on or after lueiav. Anril i 1R6T The contracts will bewardit.1 to th.-lnui r4Honibl4 bidders Aim r.iBjitfejd muTT ut KrivmsriTus ine rigflc vO reiect auv or all of the nrouoal. If thev filmn Ui ciinsider H uecear tor Hie liest interest ol the Mate. (i W. lOM.hlfH Kt'citarv. H O. L Atvlum. Davton, April 14. 1801. Al.irch HI, iWT-dtitvbv,4d Bargain ' Bargiias I I rOlt BAHUAINS, GO TO Dam's Store, No. 84 Main Street, At the old stand of Darst ft Kueisly. Darst Is selling out bis entire stock 01 Dte Goods without regard tu cost. Ulcached and brown Muslins at very low prices. A. II. DAKSf. r'eb tl. l7-ilawSin Rare Chance for a Splendid Bargain A11K AU I'lKL'L Chamber Sett olOak rurnlture consisting of ( arved Itedstead, M.irble Top Itureau. Wash Stand. Centru Table, Kasyt hair Ontinary Chairs, aud Rocking chair. Will lie sold a great reduction on Arst cost ; only h n ix, UM about tw o months Addre.s Lock LiuxlSO ureali ea C. ti. MekLLLtSN, hUUps Uou. ' itMMer-ir i ot r for New Advertisements. WALTHAM WATCHES. I We claim, and art preparetl lo prove, tht the American Watches, manufactured atWaltham, Mass., arc not only equal, but far superior to the common watches of England, Switzerland, and France. II While we admit that It would be difficult to excel the masterpieces of tho eminent Fnropean manufacturers, and w hile w e do not claim to have made any decisive Improvements over them, we do assert aud challenge 1 luccesslul denial, that our superior olaas of watches are fully cijual, i ry w;S, to the mast expensive specimens ol foreign chronometrical art. II We claim that our Watches tie cheaper, more accurato, less complex, more durable, bet ter adapted for American use, aid more easily kept in order and repaired than any other watches in the nsarkat. IT The reasons w hy oar Watches possess these idvantages over their European rivals arechlcfiy Firm Because the principle of the dlvltioiof latior is carried out la our workshops to Its ex trcniest limits, not la human Industry only, but in machinery as well. Every watch passes through hundreds of stands and hundreds f machines. 8Kt.. Because we promptly adopt every new Invention to perfect our machinery, and every proffered improvement in thestructureol watches. Third. Because In each of the very numerous, minute, and often mlcroscopto parts ef which a watch is made up, we attain, by mechanical pow er, nearly sofuf mathematical precision and uni formity, w hich It is utterly impossible to achieve uy manual labor. Wheels, pinions, escapements, balances, springs, and screw s exact countei parts In weight, eircumrereace, and dimensions are turned out by millions by the unerring, because un swerving, Iron handaof machinery. Hence, every watch of any one stylo 1st true copy of Us model. V I hesu results enable us to defy foreign ri valry, becauso nosimllur uniformity and precision Is attainable by hand, and because In Will hum alone is machinery exclusively employed In the manufacture of this intricate and delicate mech anism. VI. Now, as will be seen at once, this similarity In structure reduces the cost of production; It se cures uniformity Iu results; it perpetuates and it- nilWyiliffusosiny excellence that mny be once achieved; and makes It easy to repair any Injury sust.lued, or replace any part that muy be lost or destroyed. VII In Addition to tltces mechanical advautaget, ourWatches arealmplor In structure, aud therolore stronger, md less likely to be Injured than the ma Jont) of foreign watches. They are composed of from 1.5 to 300 pieces. In an old English watch there arc more than TOO parts. VIII. We began our experiment In ISM In the face of a formidable prejudice agulnut American watches. Our system was new and untried. We have steadily Increased our facilities, until now we employ overTOO artts tna, and sell 10.01)0 watche ayear. Nearly aquarter of a million orour watches aru in use to-day in ever) State of the I'nlon, as welt us in llic Mexican nnd British Pro vim is anu Colonies. Their universal popularity is the best proof of their merit that w can produco. They have won their way in spits of every opposition andoi immemorial prejudices. Hundrcdsofdeal ers all over the country have expressed their pre! erence rurourpruducta altera long and practical experience w tb foreign watches. Any of the grades of Waltltam Watches maybe purchased of watch dealers generally throughout the couutry. HuBSINt klPPLEIOl, 182 Breadwar aw York. KOHUINS. APPlETtm CO,. 1S8 Washington Htrect, Boalon. Feb. IS. 18ti1-dTu IhSaweowImas U L O T HL I TST (J 1 New Goods, New Fashions, New ?rioe. H. SCHWARZ, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Ciistcm iTade Clothing, And proprietorof the well-known EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. UK Mai (rl. S doori tmtk Jarttt Mnu. WOULD beg leave in announce to at niinier. ous friends and custimors and tha nnblii, nt now on hand and am daily receiving an unsur passed .tuck oi custom ttiiidet LOTH INo fortieth SPRING & SUMMER TRADE Including all the styles now in fashion ror Men, uutu, iiuji anu t,ouuren oi an agtt and tiatt. O U RFACILITIES The nlrore irood wore Durrh4frf hv mrsate r ami lor mv trade in the most Hmin.tf.i si vi u in aii'i ncic iiiaiMts li it Hnaritrniiiar Iai mi nnUej and ol iiintvrial which w arruut wiU give all and evvy one entire satiiactiou. Mrezierlence since in tha rtnthina- inri t,. tauitbt me to pursue but one course, and Unit is t ileal with ail men alike - pive ta h .ml every one NLiiim iioii aecp iioiimig "Ut Hie dMf of aoodt uu mau. and what l more. ell them ch-ti.er .iu misj icit ui ciumiors, inuwiin a living ptoot HaTlnr carefully watched the varvin- tan.rL.t. tiik advantatrewhen at iu lowcnt tHrnri.ii ut h bargain enabling me to sell at M prion uriying ati coi.ipetmuii, no matter w itai thej ma publish or otler. All I uik ii a luir ammin ami coinarironol iroNt there w in a a rt an.l imitation now-ft- luvi m market. our line of ent&' r urnihiiig mk!s is olo com-l-te . Iiiclhdiiiif all stlaof uhitH .l,.tv,l ..., (tied bi.iits. beautiful t raTuU, Nerktie Maud keichiela, snn ksol all colore, and a large slock of PAPER COLLARS I also purchased a entire iw. .tru-l nt u.i. and) aps which I havo determined to s. II to all thone buying clotliing of uiu aud lor the accomwo mil noi our trade. AT COST. Trunk, Valine, und Carpet-bag Are also kept oa band. Aealn thankina mv klni ..tna. unA .vi.hh. tlietr generou. aud liberal naminairu hithen.. eiteiided me. ami shall pioinl.e them ami all those ilairing t, patronuo mo that In tsar as in the liil 1 alia.ll study tha mteie.lt ei uy auslomers tu.iy as uiiicii as my own. Very respectfully. H. 8CHWARZ.I 11 MAIN ST11EET, Tkrae daers south of the Market llamas, kjIGX OK THE Only Colden Eagle In Dayton. vvmcn can ne nitunotiv seen from tha M.rk. ilou.e on Main street. marts At. P. XOLAX, United 'tates Commissioner FOR TUB SOUTHERN DISTRICT Or OHIO. OSBee-Sia 1kisaitiel,eeees nsiy, l a . At tbo As eral lug. Oo We 1. i. 0 4. aud a. '. c. w 7. ant our the-in.4lle.t and Ihe ue A So iue ward debt, on i. It Have ( sv.iawiuja DAYTON. O. AUYKUTISLNO JUATxJS. IN DAILY, one square (eighty words soUJ),,)nr iniertlon W One square, three daya. u..-.. 1 Ml tine square, ona wees. St. 6 U I -m.. II) 0 . tne square, one rr. , One square, ttiree months '.1. '. One .quare, six months ix h. K I. Y One squari) 'eighty worij i one week . I er suliare each u a. I. in ..i.i.i.... IS Of ... II hi Per ..mare, one vear '' ' -l''?'-' "V" year ol ''''laannrauverilBcmenttocciipyinf grentrl Space, or fur longer period than aliote ai-et :' made known at the Counting. iio,. i adtof tl.ements are charged at the abute ruu., utile., a written agreement is made plot tnu. to insertion. Amusements. excursion to New York City. II VLLA ItD'S PAXOItAMA Takes the spe, tator miles through the streets of New tork City. 1'uithlully showing the llu.lness. Ilu-tlo and ( i.iifi ,, ,, oil llle Hi ha. a view ol more than intuit Horses ai d 1 arna . e and up. wards ol 1" i 0 I'eople, 1'roces-inns Millturt Inm panies Hand, of Musln. Shipping ftei.mlH,ats Ac At each exhibition an Explanatory lei line III be given giving much valitnl.lc knowledge of J1" '"' "T1 il" l-w'I'le. of great Imi oitomt to a stranger und or general an instructive lutoima. tlon toeverylKKly. Will ueehlblted at HUSTON MALL, FOK FOUR DATS ONLY, Wednesday, Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings, March SO, 21, 22, and 23, 187, At eight o'clock. GRAND MATINEE Thursday, Friday and Sat urday iillurnooiis, at nail past two o'clock. Admission-!") cents. No half price March IS 6T-dlw D. WELLitVEit, Manager. 'jpUKNKK;' OPERA IIOL'St:.- P0S1T1VELY FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLT. Tuesday & Wednetday, March 19 & 0 The Great and I'opuiar ensation Newcomb's Minstrels J ! AND NOW JLSTLY STVLI.ll THE MASTER BAND OF AMERICA. First appearance in thiee )cars or the vetaran COMXPIan, Mr W . MlVUOSiB. ho will ap pear each night In his Gn at aud Oiiginal cumio haraclers. A.t.ociali-d with this talented orp. de Alrlque are the UrtaUtt of UltHj ivmidiam In Ailing ton. the greale.l Daikt) ol llitinail: W W Nt tv couib. the tonne, genius ot iNOiei 11 a; 1 obi,) hi w ciimb, Eddie Fox. und liillv l iiiiinn, ibm u, n, nl Darke tne great) at Song i.nd l.aiue aii in the Win-id. HVE HIISl Cl.A.-s COMELJANS appear lilglill.v. In eonneetiiiii villi the i liu r por tion ol this grand entel lallilhi l.t.w In. h will lute tu be of an entire new anil original tharacler Jsjy Admission to l.nlleiy, u.,c i 1 aiquette, 60o 1'ntatu lloxe., t4 and 5 Doors ojieu nt 7; lo couimenco at S o'clock. Murch S, lSS1-u4t N. D. UOLEUIS, Agont. GERMANLUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S CHURCH I LADIES FAIE AT XXAXjXs, CUMMtNCINO Monday Evening, - . March 18 And continuing ever) 'eveuing during the week. March lti, lhtn-dlt Clothing. SPECIAL JN0T1CE. I. P. STRAUSS & BRO., :is;i '1 lilril aire. t. Tl.E subscribers re.pi ctltill y inlot m the clllzi us ol Da) loll anil the nnl.Ju in fti.t lal thai tt ey aiu uuw picpaitid tu olltr tie. I inuutinnuis in CLOTHING, AND Gents' lurnkLing Gockb their (.tore. No Sl 1 hir.l stree, . one door we-. t ol KlkcS til) Oou,). su,. Our senior partner, 1. 1: sunuss, froci Cincin nati, is now litre, loi II. e i.Lii.1.1. n 1. 1.1..1., v our bUMUt-.s on a ..tsltinatu 1 t n,t ii.lt . '1 r. i. purpose UI Uiiik.l.u 1 1, i 11 1,1.1.) i.. Li 1. 1. I, ,.i our pulenl t.tul.i.l.u.,ut 111 I ll.cil.l 1,11. 1., , ueie lui Hie put 1 use 01 tigbl,i;ia tui .i.ltiu.ti aud giviua llitui .tllcl oiutl. I. Laiun.a II, iu lt lallui. It, oui t.L.tuu.t-lfe. lia 1. ucie to tuat a thorough iu.pt, lion ul our stuck, ulill, b the Wat be I.... iiin.ii.ii u to uertautile tixpenalitt!,, set apai 1 a lot ul Clothing, Gents' Furni6hiEg Goods ETC., ETC., Whloh ha authorises u. to .all ulmusi at Your Own Figures, Low Down, be is eletermined tu oi;.ke ruuui 1 ur uur spring an ivalk. We offer these bargains tor THIRTY DATS ONLY. And assure ou thul we have made such i,iui. tiuits 111 pricts thai tt e e ,i,u,.l , ail lu I.lii. .. 1,1.. call irom all thwke who are Utsuuu. ul but. ibis stuck. ' lVtTTsWT X3X1 OLD, Tu s eleau awe. p. They Must, and Oo They Shall ! Our New & Desirable Goods off 1 to sell ut price torrti,ondiii wlib prckui.t timet) Mr. Struufc is Iili' alto i.ii u.. i.ui-.,.,v. m n a.l. liiKkuoHuto the toiiuiiiiniti 111 i. Mt ...it- Uciliius are L.r itupetior to auy oiner aitnilar bUftiiick housjc lor the u-aoohs r v bu oiil OoofU lot c nh unlv. We bu our Oooti iu the Km. mm market di lrm the mill- or their ngt iiU. We hae I hem cut aim oim.ja l,v ih. kcientilic Cutivrt. and bol lailuis v h .ve always the laui .tle in Psttcrn. AUkee. Y e have them inaiiuiaclureo under the ta lus! ve cuutiul ol our liig exptfucucvu paitLer J biruuka. Me rtuxdveoonsiiLiiilir trh aimiiii... iv.. H hole ilv hou.e iu Ciuciitnali. We receive them ui hht cost, Hot uayiuc raoriT at all. i"Jst e Oou t latter under heavy eitpeue We are not in the Lubit oi n.ik.'i,ii-a,i..a. goooN. 10. m nave all our capiUl aud energies em ployed m thin lm.lue, and vV blCh U tilt' lUOJlt 1U1IHO ll.llt Ux. SAlll r..l- .. las. proiit. ' mw AtUst, he came here to promote the business, bj eklubluhing tbe Ono Prioo System All our tt-oods will be uiMik.d .n n ......... no dcviatl..n can i..ke ..latc Iu adupMi". ihi. mutho.1, It will etiaiili,. rt child to buy as ibeun a mut .apeneuct.U buer Ihi is not ineie titlk l.ni fart .nj .d .K.11 subblalitiatu all ueut ' lu toncliition. v e uould reuisirk tiiat miii tronsx elloi t to make thi MODEL BUSINESS HOUSE! lhat every one w hu places conSoenee In our integrity, shall tin, I that we will ailbtie tu bunt. I priuciplts. and .) are no pain, tu gite gt-beial ,at ,1011 ,u uur t u.ion.er.. Cuuutiy nierchiiijl. w ill d.' will lo rail at our whuleaale botite. ll aliiiu street. Cincinnati. jlcspett'Uii), I P. f-TRAl S ft BRO P. t Remember. No tt?l 'ibinl .treul Datloi , Kcb IU 7-lH.iW awtv LEGAL NOTICK. LOVI by I ISA B O flRIlN having a.,ni.ii the f n.bate t ourt ul ki.t. bio. Guardian 01 Ihe i.im.ii ,.n.T 'u 1 .V O'Lriea. Ililk I. tui.olilv il... . ,i.,,.. or contract, made b) i.hi r ilw aril O Llii n and alter Mondat. Maul, 11 itn ,,i 1 .L. ogaiavd ur paid by luo. ' Mull STw S-M " P. LINTS. jamis irnisiii. LENTZ A APPLCCATP K A I , s A L h A.ihMTU NO. OS THIRD STREET. DATTON OUIO a large nuv.beror Improved Farms in va rieus part, uf Ibis aud oih.r (,,.... ; . . V "u,jr,,u! ,ot "y. hlcb thet uaer on tl'. ian bo .7-e