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Loral and Miscellaneous. Democratic City Ticket. Democratic City Ticket. [ELECTION, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1867.] VnrC.ltv Solicitor. F. ('. lilUKI.OW. KorCltr Ma-l-l. .1 A C(ll HA I' Tor Strp'ot C'oinmlm ionir, CON HAD KtllKNK. For Mnrltot Master. JOHN McCUTCJIKON. For Wooil Jlrntirf-r. liOHKUT AI.I.KN. For City Inllritinry, Ward Nominations. FIRST WARD. Councilman John Wigglm. School Doahd .lohn Kisliwolli-r. Asoks.hor lnvid Y. Atkins. SECOND WARD. Coi-niii.wan Jacob Klin. School Hoard J. A. Wultrni. A-wKssoii Oscar J. Ifc-riiijter. THIRD WARD. CorMii MAN Win. M. lllnpnnl. School Hoahd George . Xauerth. AasKason K. I.lmlsly. FOURTH WARD. Co UNCI HI AN J.C. Cillll. School Uoaki V, V. Itpucillrt. AsstKSsoit lii'iijmiilii Rest. FIFTH WARD. COUNCILMAN School Hoahd -Willlnm Put ton. Alxok .hones I. chimin. SIXTH WARD. ( 'OI NTILMAN .loll II Alllllll. School Uoakd V. V. iiujrliaii. Assignor Oraiito Fitch. SEVENTH WARD. ( di Ncn.MAX John Colhowcr. School Hoard X. L. Anil. Asskssoii Uiiorge Ni'ibcrt. EIGHTH WARD. Councilman J mm- Itoyle. School Buaiili Joim. kt'itnev. Aimkhkok .lucuu SOplinna. CITY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Firnt Wsinl .lohn WIjfIiii. Sccon.l Ward J.J. Rclvillr. Third Ward N.N. Stalcy. Fourth Ward Win. Ilubcr. Filtli Ward Win. Hales. Sixth Ward W. X. Love. Seventh Ward Geo. N'eibert. Kighth Ward F.J. Welty. - To Candidai ks. The candidates on the Democratic City ticket nre requested to meet the EMi'ii't olllce to-morrow (Thurs. Hay) rvenlnj. at 8 o'clock p. M . tST'A lmly fainted on Main street this morning. She was Immediately carried Into n house and properlv cared for. At'tcntion is called to the adTertisenient of Mr. 11. Sowarz in another column. Head the advertisement. Hot J.c.nci". At Dodsons's Station. 2S5 Third Street, to-morrow morning, at 10 o'clock, "t'nele Jo" will set a superb I.mich Call in and we him. Music by the Bund. CiO to the Newcoiubs to-night and hear Emkkson in the character of it Jew auc tioneer. He beats the "oldest iiiahin Amer ica," in that character, ucvei; jailing to "bring down the house"' and produce roars of laughter. CfTThe Ladies Fair, at lieekel Hall, Is still open and those who desire to spend a pleasant hour and at the same time con tribute to a worthy object, will pay that Fair 11 visit, and not coineawav with out leaving a few greenbacks. t3?To be successful in the present eon test the Democracy of the several Wards of the city must be united and active. They have a wily foe and a secret and thorough organization to contend with, which noth ing but prompt, united and energetic ac tion can overcome. If our candidates are energetic and ac tive, und the Democrats united, there can be 110 doubt as to the result. SThe Columbus papers state that ten thousand persons visited the l'unorama of Mewiork during the live days it was there. It exhibits in Huston Hall this evening, and every afternoon and evening this week, at '1 :3u and 8 o'clock. The ad mission is only twenty-five cents. It Is painted on 1.8410 feet of canvas and shows 41 miles of the city. Take your family to see It. Annexation Again. M11. Editor: We have been standing on an imaginary Tisgah for some time. casting our eyes "beyond Jordan," all the time feeling an anxiety to know whether It Is expedient for Dayton "to bridge the stream," and cu'l our neighbor Miami City to Abraham's bosom. We nave reviewed all the arguments, pro ami eon, as to an nexation, with a view.to vote intelligently ou the subject and at times, like the sainted Lazarus, feel disposed to send a drop or two of water to cool the parching tongues of those w ho are so badly thirsting for education In that section where it has lately been discovered, it is equally pleasant to 'live and die." Now this is certainly desirable, there being no Philistines at present occupying this "promised land." Many Inconvenience would be removed from tho citizens of that happy place, among which we may reckon that none of them would live as lar away from the city as heretofore, and consequently would not hare so far to travel to market. Their streets would have ten hours gas every night whether there bt mmiurhiu or not They would have the benetlts of loyal gov ernment, und also be benefited by the wise counsels of the Incoming City Solicitor, Ily the election of that confederate copper head, Hinsey, lor Squire, to the great dis comfiture of the loyal Bookwalter, a shade of doubt has been cast upon the loyally of the denizens of this region. We think this can be amended however, under a late law of the Rump Congress by the appointment of the rejected candidate for Marshal as Military Governor ot that loculity, until Its loyalty is fully ascertained, he bavin, as we learn, so far recovered as to be able to assume duties of such a character. He ranks high enough for the size of the A VOTER. tyThe City Democratic Convention of Cincinnati, which met yesterday, nomin ated SauiT N. Pike for Mayor. Mr. Pike is of Opera Jlousa celebrity, a genial gen tleman, s sound llemocrat, and of Ana bus iness capacity. N'nw Pwa!tfii. Wj loartt by apwlal dispatch froru Washington that Colonel W. 11. Martin lia been nominated rotniaMrr for Uilnclty. Colonel Martin i well known to many of our elti.cim a a conductor on thn C. H, A J. Kallruad. He went out as Captain In the Klnety thlrrl regiment during the war and waa promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, aid retired from service after being wverely wounded, anil resumed hla former position on the railroad. We have no doubt of his continuation by the Senate. Colonel Martin Is decidedly popular among his friends and those who have come In contact with him In his present posi tion ; and In the event of his confirmation, we tnmt that In tho administration of the office he w ill be as successful In giving general satisfaction us the present Incum bent. Mft Hubbell. Aw l.TKRY. In the adultery case, a pre liminary hearing of w hich waa had yester day before Justice Turner, and In which Joseph Kucha was the plaintiff, or rather prosecuting wltnesw, and Casper Kliugafi'K lohn W. Schmidt and Maria A. Kucha, ile- Irtiilanta, a writ of habeat corjive, was ob tained, and the parties brought before fudge Haines to-day. The writ was ob tained by Fuchs for the recovery of the children, and the court decided that the father was the proper person to have the custody of tliechlldreu, and rendered Judge ment accordingly. Nkwuombs. Hello 1 were you to see and hear tho Newcoiubs last-night f No! No? Well by Jove you missed a good thing. Is that so? Yes sir, that's so. I tell you the Opera House was Jammed and crammed to its full capacity. Talk about your shows minstrels or any other kind, the New combs "will do to bet on," I "You bet." (lo to-night, und go early if you want to get a seat. tWThe Miami and Erie t'anal will be opened for navigation on the 1st of April. Portions of the Ohio Canal will te opened on the same day, but through navigation will not be possible for ten days later. . . . . Cur nun Bi'hnku. The Blgelowe M. E. Church was burned at Portsmouth, Ohio, on Sunday night at 12 o'clock. 1-oss $25, 000: insurance $0,000. tyLet every candidate on the Demo cratic City ticket meet at the Empirk office. to-niorraw (Thursday) evening, without fail. OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. The Cleveland Herald of the ICth says A woman and six children were sent to the infirmary yesterday under peculiarly dis tressing circumstances. The husband and father is in the country looking for work to support his family. The rent of the tenement in which the familv lived, 011 Pittsburgh street, not being paid on time, the landlord turned the woman and children out i ito the cold. They have no "Bureau" up there, for the benefit of "poor white trash." Here is another case in point, spoken of in yesterday's Cincinnati Gazette: A re 11 ued and sensitive lady, a widow, who for merly resided at New Lexington, In th's State, lost her son killed while fighting for his country at Corinth. A mortgage falling due upon her property, she sold out and with but a few dollars left, came to this city with an only daughter, hoping to sustain themselves by fancy needlework. This was in December hist. They rented a couple of small rooms on Baymiller street, but could obtain 110 work. The daughter fell dangerously 111. The mother was com pelled to sell nearly ail their furniture and clothes to procure food. The means thus obtained soon failed, and then she was com pelled to apply for aid to a gentleman of this city, who found her in the extremest distress, and generously relieved her neces sities. Little Alice Kingsbury, who w as always a favorite ou Dayton boards, is said to have cleared $30,000 by her California hit, and will settle In that State, having already made investments in real estate, A late San Francisco letter has the following rich but rather cruel passage : "A t Maguire's Opera-house we have the charming little actress, Alice Kingsbury, audMr. McC'uI lough. They till the house nightly. Alice boards at our house, und is a simple-heart ed, good little thing, with a most common place sort of a husband. A man named Shawhorn, a citizen of Lebanon, and married, attempted to coin mit an outrage upon the person of a widow woman residing near ueerneia. lie was arrested and pleaded guilty supposing that he would be released by paying u small fine. Ho was, however, sent to jail to await his trial. The number of hogs packed at Cincln nati in 18U0 was 354.079, and in 8C7, 464. 610, an increase af 10S.5:il over last year. Fair Xotick. The Columbus Juurnul gives notice that no one can receive a nom ination for a State olllce from the Repub lican State Convention who Is not known to stand squarely In favor of Xegro Suf frage. It asserts that "it does not require any great stretch of political sagacity to see that an overwhelming majority of the (Republican) party is in favor of Manhood Suffrage." Tho dead body of Dennis Moriarty, who had resided in Columbus for sixteen years, was found in tho Scioto, on Monday. He had committed suicide, on account of domestic troubles. There was fjund on his person $3 85 in 11 small purse; $50 lu a pocket book; a note for $1,000 from St. Francis Hospital, and a certilleate of deposit on the First National Bank for $500. DISSOLUTION OF CO-JPAUTN'EllSUU. rriHE co-piirtnerthtp heretofore exUtlug between X i:nper Ziitft'Mer itntl Httmuel Horlaclier Lur tli.K il;iy been tlitMj.Tftt by mutual roiuent, taiti llorlucher retiring, 'i he said ZtiKelilitr will con tinue the name buineti at corner of Warren and Dock strei-tb, ami i uutfaoricetl to aettle nil jut t-la 1 inn, ami culteet all amount! due tiiid firm. C A HP Kit ZlHiF.LliKK, SAMUEL HOULAU1KB. The undert tgned will commence the buslne of cutting tone and dealing in the name, at corner of Jelftrttou and Uuckeve strt aU. bAMUKL IIORLAC1IER. March 7. lWT-18t ITolkHzeitung copy three tJmei.1 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICK la hereby given that the undenlgned baa been duly appointed and quailned a Ad nilnttitrator of theentaie of Ilezeklah LalteLlata f Montgomery (Jounty, Ohio deceased. Loral Notices. IIP Sale of unclaimed baggage at auc tion. C. P. II uber and Son will sell at auction the unclaimed baggage advertised by C. K. Wright, of City Hotel, Dayton, O., at thalr room, 27S third at, to-morrow morning at H o'clock. Mt'ST br Sold. The entire stock of wines and other liquors, coffee, tea, sugar, cigars, a lot of casks and other articles now in the house formerly occupied by Mr. E. O'Brien, must and will bo sold on Thurs day next without reserve. The salo to commence at nine o'clock, a. m. Hiukr A Son, Auctioneers. March 19 'C7-d2t Ji'stHrcf.ivf.d. William Kchm has Just received a new and well selected stock of Boot and Shoes, which heoffers atchcapcr rates than they can be had at any other houjc in the city. Those desiring a good and cheap article in the Boot and Shoe line are requested to call and examing his stock and prices at No. 8S Jefferson street, op posite the Market House, before purchas ing elsewhere. He has also opened a. store in Mhimisburg. opposite Miami House, where he will be pleased to receive the patronage of that vicinity, assuring all who deal with him that he will sell them Boots and Shoes as cheap. If not cheaper, than they can pur chase them elsewhere. March 15 "U7-d2twlt William Kkhm. Etkrt boot. Mechanics, farmers, rail road men, and all reading the Empirk and Its different advertisements, doubting and anxious to And out which clothing store Is the cheapest and best, we would tell them to call ou Mr. Schwarz, on whose word de pendence can be placed, und whose cloth ing Is good, well made, and prices the low est. Convince yourselves. fe20d4twlt HPThe best inducements, yet offered W ho can beat them? In order to reduce my stock I will offer, for ten days only, Men's Sewed Calf Boots, $! 00; Men's Arctic Rubber over-shoes, $2 50; Lasting Claiters, $1 00 : good Morrocco Shoes, $1 00 ; men's, custom made Kip Boots, It 00. Men's, women's misses' und children's Boots, Balmorals; Polish Boots and ((alt ers in great abundance and very low. S. Cioodman. 110 Main street. No Ubb in Blowing. Schwarz can beat them all lu selling cheaper and nicer cloth ing at the Eagle, 118 Main street. Feb. 27 '07-daw. tfT"if you want to get your Boots neatly repaired, go to Goodman. "Dodson's, Station" A. 285, Third street, Thr First of the season, fipring Chicken ! Think of that 1 Choice Liquors and Ci gars. Meals at all hours, nay and night. served up by the celebrated cook, JOE. DAVIS. Ham and Eggs, Fresh Buttermilk ; the best of Native Wine; Choice Lager and Harries X X Ale. Regular Lunches, Tues days, Thursdary, and Saturdays, of Turtle Soup and various dishes of meats and veg ctables. March 14. '67-dtf Grocery for Sale. The stock of Gro ceries, Qucensware, ie owned by Gebliart & Marshall, In charge of J. K. Gebharf, No, 81, Jefferson street, togetberwith the shelv ing, counters. Sic and a lease of the build lug for three years from April 1st, are offered at private nlc on reasonable terms Alio one second-hand Stkam Enoink fifteen horse power, in ordinary repair. F'or terms, apply to the administrators of II. Gebhart, dec, W. F. & S. T. Gebliart, or to S. Marshall, Surviving partner of Gebhart & Marshall. March 12, 'C7-dtl WALTHAM WATCHES. W claim and are prepared to prove that the American Watch en manufactured at Waltham, Massachusetts, are not only equal, but far supe rior, to the watches of England, Hwttcerland and France. We alto, claim that they are CHEAPER, MORE ACCURATE, MORU DURABLE, and more easily kept in order and repaired than any other watches in the market. Hecjiusf In each one of the very numerous parts f which a watch Is made up, we attain, by me chanical power, nearly aifolumathematical pre cision and uniformity, making every wateh ef any one style a true oopy of its model. This similarity la stroutare reduces the cost ol production; it secures uniformity in results; It perpetuates and tnaWbly diffuses any excellence that may be onco achieved, and makes it easy to repair any Injury sustained, or replace aey part that may be lost or destroyed. In addition to these mechanical advantages, our Watches ure simpler in structure, and therefore stronger, and less likely to be injured than foreign watches. How they run under the hardest trial watches can have, is shown by the following letters: 1'KNN'HY I.VANIA RAILROAD COMPANY OFFICE OK THE GKNKKAI. Hi' PKKI NTKNPKNT , A i. toon A. PA.,16tti December, lfetM. Oentbntm: The watches manufactured by you havu ticcn in use ou tins railroad tor m-ft! nil yuan, by our euinumcn, to whom we turnUh watches m part of our equipment. There are now some three hundred of them carried on our line, and we consider them iriwl and reliable timo ko.'iiery Indeed, I have gruat satisfaction in Haying your "c pivc iiBirauiiiiiit:()Mni nave worn ami do wear much longer without repairs than any watcncH we nave ever nati in use on ihm road. A you are aware, we formerly trusted to Hume of Knglish manufacture, ol acknow ledged good rep. uiULiuu, mil. aa t uaa incj liuver If t 11 lilt) OA Cor- redly, nor have they done as gitod service, ui yours. lu theiie statements I am fliihtitinetl 9iv mv nn decolor, Mr. Lewi, whose experience exiemlcd iivuruHunvi ui years. iit!ipeciiuiiv, KDWAItl) II. WILLIAMS, AtniriKtn WiA 0 , Walt hum. NEW YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD. Locomotive Dkpartmkht, Wert Division,) JtoUHEdTKR, Dec. 34, lHttf. I (tUm: I have no hesitation in saving that i ueucve tne great majority 01 locomotive Engi neers have found hv exnerience that WnkhMin Watches are the most satisfactory of anv for their lines. They run with the greatest accuracy and steadiness, notwithstanding the rough riding of uuu .ta i iuid lienor inuiTii uue to wear out they must he durable. J hope te see the time wuuu iianwuy companies will geuerallv your watches, and turnish them to all engineers and conductors. In my opinion is would greaUy nuii w iuiiuho rrgiiiurny aim vjaievy. Yours rettpectfullv, CHARLKH W1LHOM, Q Chief tjinetr, lirotherhood of Locomotive Engineer, iiwrw! H'ufflA tV, WaltKum, Any of the grades of Waltham Watches may be purchased ef Watch Dealers generally threughote the eeuntry. KOBHI1I dAPPLETOtV, Agents for the American Watch Com una y, No. 189 Broadway, New Torki or, BOMBIttfl, APPLETONt CO., No. 16S Washing) a SI, BeeUs. e. if, 1UK 4JU WweewfteWM Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Retail Market. CORRECTED DAILY BY JOHN A. MINICK. CORNER JEFFERSON AND MARKET. DAYTON, March 20, 1867. Co (Toft ao&as-dmflto . . . 4:!;rii'.kflri. l48IN-U,iri-h.... niln.llifo .... ftliMiiil.ler .. 50 It 10 f'141 Ml IB . SO Juts iimwn anjfAr Coffee SiiKtr Cru-hod Surnr 1'ow-lered Miigiir. . Irnniilnle-I Htliriir .... Sll Hull Wt;rera Tartar H (1 Unci Ai.i.lcn a. 10 Orleitm Muliiwa Mutrtir llim.e Hvrup.l S0j4re-n Ainilft V bu II 95 ft nm UoiaMM.4f4Ri Mackerel, Ko. I 15 V'.ieifar .l0n, Marker!, kitM ... lr! While Klnli, , Itht. Kir. Kiminn IWI J.vsnll lib!.. .8 ID) Imperial Tea Y. 11. Tea Klour . . . V, i Hai-Vi . . . .1 aol MX H Harkl. . . .It 10414 50 .1 50 1 15 15 I r. ai-kTea.... ( sikIIhm lijummi... S.ttr Cnnillri . I"ril Bief . .. HK 1 Health.. Sli lloiuitir 15'UrHiti Pennot- .1 SO . .. 1 ...40 I.iril IliiUer ai A Uuica : u Dayton Grain Market. Wheat, $2 B0; Com, 45050c. ; Oats, SSO 10c; live, $1(31 10; Hurler. 80c.: Tim othy Seed. $2 75; Clover Seed, $7 25; Flax .eeu, z ijfu'i 411. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, March 19. Mkss Por Sales of 150 brls. at $21 5. Bulk Meats In active demand, sales of 40.000 lbs. at 10V. Bacoii Sales 15 hhds. ribbed sides at 11 !.'(.. : 'Mi Mills, sbonlilers 11 1 ill.:,- -0 I, lulu. clear sides at 12C(,c., and 8 hhiis. rib sides at 11 c. Lahu Sales 100 tierces of country at 12i!. per lb.; city held firmly at 12.!c. F lour Unchanged, sales 150 brls. winter family at$ia&0; 100 do. at $3 65 ; 70 do. winter extra at $12 85, and 50 do. spring siierlliie at $'J 37. Whkat No. 1 spring held at $2 50(55)2 55. Sales at $2 51. No 2 sold at $2 3U(g2 35. No. 1 red is quiet at $2 HO. and No. 2 at $2 85. Sales of the latter at $2 88. Corn mixed shelled sold at C870c, and in gunnies at 83 c, white shelled at 74c. in bulk, and 83c. in sacks. Oats 5(H) bu. No. 1. at 53e., and 800 do. at 54c. sacks returned; 001) bu. do., in bur laps, at 01c. Ryk None offered, and held nomimally at$l 4.8()1 50. Sales reported Rt $1 44. Whisky lu higher; sales 100 brls. lu bond at 2ti'-.j:. Tobacco The sales of leaf tobacco at. Rodman's warehouse were 32 hhds. and 10 boxes, viz: 14 hhds. Western Virginia, (new,) ut from $2 75rtel375; 18 hhds. Dwen County, Kentucky, (new.)jut from $2 1512 50; and 10 boxes Ohio and Virginia, rang ing from $1 50($8 25. COFFEE Firm, witli fair sales Java at 37)(338c. for choice; Itio, 23(J25.'gc. and 27ai!. for fair, prime and choice grades. SUGAR Fair sales ; refined A's. lnc ; hards, lGjc; New Orleans, 133(ai5e.; Culms. HiijCciHc. MOLASSES Stead V, with nil Improved jobbing demanded, l'orto Rico, 7375c; New Orleans, 8S(tf90e. and 05c. New York Markets. Flock. sales of 8,800 barrels ut $0 350 10 35 for superfine State; $10 75(a)U for extra State; $11 50(12 25 for choice do.; 9 3510 4U for superfine Western; $10 70. Whkat Sales of 8,000 bushels Western at $1 32. Barley tends upward : sales 23,000 bushels ut U2e. for Canada East in bond, $1 25 for Canada West, and $1 18 for good two-rowed State. Barley malt Is quiet. Receipts of corn, 13.000 bushels. The mar ket is 23c. better : sales 123.000 bushels at $1 20 1 21 for mixed in store. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, March 19. The money market continues steady I 0c7 percent, for call loans. Sterling exchange is dull at loSfrjloii gold, for first-class bills. American gold lower, opening al 1:11, de clining to 133. and closing at 131.V NEW YORK, March 19. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect February 18, 1867. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON. Leave. Arrive. 6:00 am East'n and Detroit Express.. 10:66 p m 7 :80 a m Handuskv and Cincinnati acc. 8.20 p m 7:06 p in Detroit and Sandusky Mail . . .10:00 a in 9:46 p ru Lima and Chicago acc 6:40 p m ATLANTIC AND GREAT WEHTKKN. 10:10 am Eastern Express 4:66 am 11:00 pm f Night Express :46 pm DATTON AND MICHIGAN. 10:36 am Chicago Malt 4:60 am 6:60pm Chiuago Accommodation 3:30pm 11:00 p in Chicago and Detroit Express. . 6:60 p rn DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS. 4:00 pm Dayton Accommodation 7 :06 pm V;30 a ru Eastern Express 3:30 p m 9:40pm 4-l'ittHburgExpreBs 8:06am INDIANA CKNT'L AND DAYTON AND WESTERN. 10 a in 4Richmond and Indian a p. Ex. tt:96 p in x-.Vl p ni Indianapolis A Chicago Ex ... 0 :1b am CINCINNATI, DAYTON AND KASTKKN. 10:0Aam Dayton Express , 7:11) p m Night Express . 7 :00 a m . 4 A p in DAYTON AND UNION. 10:06 a in Mail . 7 :00 p m ..10:46 am 8:46 nm Express Leaves every morning. fThose Koing East on thefl:4Uand 11 n m triilim and North on the 11 :06 p m train must procure tickets before seven o'clock p in. .1. L'H. LONG, Agent. SHERIFF'S SALK OF FINK TIMBER .LAIN 1), J. W. Spitler, et al., vs Jacob Spitler, et al. On aiitnuii. ci'i'ciiui v-uhh, l nut: &0&. IS obedience to the order of Partition, Ibsued by the Superior Court of Montgomery Louuty, Ohio, 1 will offer at public sale, on Saturday, March 16, 1W.7, At two o'clock p. m ., at the door of the Court House, in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, the following described real estate: Jicing the northeast quarter of section thirty three in township nve (6), range five (5), eiut, Ac... all the lines of eald quarter, being a variation of live ilegreeti to the left, and measuring us iol lows: The south boundary line from the center of said section, being one hundred and sixty-two poles; the east boundary line being one hundred and fifty-nine and one-half poles; the north boundary line being one hundred and hixty-oue and one-half poles, marked on the ground, con taining one hundred and sixty-one and one-hnll' acres more or less; subject, however, t tho tract ol acres ot of the northeast corner heretofore conveyed for a church, which is described as fol lows : Beginning at the northeast corner and running west 11 roils ; thence south 10 rods ; thence east 1 rods: thence north 10 roils. Said real estate has 76 acres of the best timber in the county, suitable for ouuiiiiig HirpoBe, nun aiso nan a goon two-etory briek dwelling and n frame tenant house, burn and all other necessnrvnut-buildings, and is situa ted eight miles from Day ton. on the Halein Road, and near the alem Pike, haid farm has been un- praised at $74 per acre, und can not sell for less than two-thirds the appraised value thereof (free of dower.) TERMS OK SALE-One-third cash on dav of sale; imc-tiurd iii oue year, and one-third in two year from date of sale. Deferred pavments to bear Interest and to be secured bv mortgage ou ail ii rum inch, J. U ll . lA V HWJiN , Mieriii. 8. M. MrLMVAM, Attorney. Eeb ifj, 't7-wt SEW STORE WW XBWISU0DS. HKMtY MILLERS CO., OlO Tlairci Btroot WOULD beg leave to Inform their friends and the public in general, that thev have just opened a llrst-class Merchant Tailoring es tablishment at No. 416 Third street, where thev will be always ready to receive orders to make garments in the latest styles. Their goods are of the latest Fashion and Style, aim n-tjitj uiiij uiuiiasoii iw ua Kiuce, at C low us t prices. A nice assortment of Readv-made Clothing i among the goods oifered, which will be sold ver cheao. A general assortment of Giants' Furnishing Goods always on hand. Gentlemen will do well to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. iiuxu.mu n&.ni mithta a to. NOTICE. TH E undersigned has been this day'appolntedand qualified by the Probate ( ourt of Montgomery County Administratrix in the estate of Austin uaiey, iieceasea. March 6, lbtt7-w-9fl CATE1EKINKMALET RAY TICKETS. 4. Jlaatl tttet.it at kh. BMPIRS To take effect February 18, 1867. Railroads. DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD. NOTICE. On and after Thurmlay, July IK, xm, traln will run on llii rml n. lullo: Mail. Iran liayton . Kaira, la Oayton :opm Kirv, arrive m Uayton '2 Mail, arrive at Davtoll :4pin All train, i-onnvnt fr linllanapolla ilirei't. novStl a. It. llMSON,u.criiitun(lent. DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD. till A.NUK OF TIMK. Three llally Trains East via (olumbn. Through Traint from Aiyton lo i!t Batttrn CiUu, Traini run li Caliiinlma time, which it ieyea minuleH I'H-ti-r tlmn lnvtun time. IhriMiKli iirketmi In- hail l..r all Eastern Utloi By i-alllng on .1. l.'ll. Ml, 'I -( An-in. K. W. WOlMlWA III). iMip't. ma4 l inrinniiti. Ohio Democratic Publications. VAN EVRIE, HORTON &c CO., No, UijKaMuu street. N V . PubliiHli or sell the follow ing works : YOUTH 8 HIHTOltY OF TliK UKUAT CIY1L WAR In the United states, from Itinl to lHCn. Dyll.O Jloruiu 1th M illuslratioi.. This bonk is adapt ed to all classes of readers, and gives, in plain latiguuge. a clear ami correct account of the late War and its Caut-es. It is the only History pub lislied from a Democratic or State.'Klghts stand point. lOme pp., with illustrations, 416. fl 6U. NKOKOKS AND M;UO "WLATKRY:" TheKihstan Im khiok Hack Tbk Latteh. its Noun al ONblTioN JivJ. il Van Kvrie. M. D CI bird Kdition.) One vol.. lvmo., ni. ''' Illus trated w it Ii r our Lut-s, sliow ing the (liDerence be . teu the white man and the negro. Price, f 1 60. LKTTKRlt OK MAJOR JACK DOWNING, Of the Dow ningville Militia, on "Lfnkin and the War." With portrait ot the Major, Hiid 7 other capital illustration J.'mo.. vw p., etotn. f i w. BOUTHKRN WKALTU AND NORTHKRN PROFITS. As exhibited in Statistical Facts and Otlicial Kig lires. Ity Thomas Prentice Kcttcll, late editor of tne "l'umocratic iteview . " pp. i.n. rrice, w cit, TH K mtKI) 8COTT DKCISION. Opinion ot Chief Justice Taney, with an intro ductiou ity Or. J. II . Van Kvrie. Also, an Appen dix, containing mi Ks.Mty on tlie Natural History oi me I'rogiiainous itaco oi iiaiikinu. jiy itr. rv A.Cartwrigbt, of New Orleans. Pamphlet, pp., Vvo. 1'rice, M5 cents. HISTORY OP THE UNION AND CONSTITUTION Heitig the substance of three Lectures on the Colonial, Revolutionary and Constitutional Peri ods of A nicrican History, w itli an A ppendix. con taining the. Constitution of the Cnitcd Mates, and I be Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of UH and v : j.y t ., i.nnuuccy juiit. j'rice, a ceiiis. NOTKS ON THK CONSTITUTION tF T1IK UNITLI) SJ'AThll. With expositions of the most eminent Statesmen and .InrifU. Historical and Kxphmatory Notes on vvery ai .icie. jiy i. v.nauncej mirr, auilior Ol """"II "1 IIIW lIUIMI, OLl., x III,!,, I VI 1 1 a. SUDUKNATION I UJE FORMAL ICKI.ATION UK Til E h AOE3 All an- wer to "Misccgenaiion." Pi ice, 25 cents. Aoua nr. Mao.moi.ia. Tho ini'ttlcst thing, tlw "iweRti'.t thills," iuhI tho most of It for the leust money. It overcome tho odor of perspiration ; lotu-iitf ami utliU ilelicac.y to the skin; Is u ik-Hht fill perfume; nllnyn hemtm-hc nml inflummAtion, ami is a nuc.essury cotnpnnion in the sir.k room. In the nnrsc-ry ami upon the toilet sitlcboiirri. Iteun he obtiuneil everywhere ut one ilollur per liottle. Naratoira. Spring; Water, sold lj aU IlruKtfist. S. T.-1880.-X The amount of riantation Bit tersiaold In one year Is something startling. They would 1111 Broadway six feet high, rrom tho Park to Fourth street. Oruke's manufactory is one of the institutions of New York. It is said that Irakn painted ail the rocks in the Eastern States with his oahalistic-'S. T. 18(H). X.," and then got tho old granny legislators to pass a law "preventing ills figuring tha faoe of nature," which gives him a monopoly. Wo do not know how this it, tint we do know the Plantation Bitters BXLL as no other article aver did. Thay ar used by all classes of tha Dominunity, and are death on Dyspepsia cer tain. Thoy arts vary Invigorating wbeu languid and weak, and a great appetiier. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. "In lilting the kettle from the lira 1 scalded my self very severely oue hand almost to a crisp. The torture was unbearable. The Mexi can Mustang Liniment relieved the pain almost Immediately. It healed rapidly, and left very little scar. tHAS. Fostkb, 420 Ilroad St., Philmla." This is merely a sample of what the Mustang Liniment will do. Il ls invaluable in ullcasesof wounds, swellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavir.s, etc, either upon man or beast. Beware or couuterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped in line steel-plato engravings, hearing tha signature of o. W. Wostbrook, Chemist, and the ;Wu stump of Dkuas IUhvks Co., N. V. Sitrutogu Mprlna; Water, sold by all Druggists. All who value abeautiiiil head of hair, and its preservation from preinnturobalilnessundtnrninB gray, will not full to use I.yon's celebrated Kalhai ron. It makes the hall- rich, soft anil Klos-y. erad icates (liiu. truff. and cuukcs the hair to grow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold uvuryu hero. K. THOMAS I.YU.N. Chemist, N. V. aaraloga Spring Water, sold bv all Druggists. What Did It? A young lady, returning lo her con n try home alter a sojourn of a few mouths in Now York, as hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a rustic., flushed face, she had a soli, ruby complexion, of almost marble smoothness; and instead of twenty. two. she really appeared but seventeen, rtho told them plainly she used llngan's Magnolia Halm, and would not be w ith out it. Any lady can improve her personal ap pearance very much by using this article, it can he ordered of any druggist for only GO cents. Saratoga Kprlng Water, sold by all Druggists. llaimstraet's inimitable llnir Coloring lias been tuaillly growing in luvor for twonty yeurt. It acts upon tlie iibsorbunls at th loots of tho liulr. ami changes it to Its original color by degrees. All Instantaneous ilyes deaden and Injure the hair. Helinsti-eefs ie notadi4, but Is certain In Its re sults, promotes Its growth, and is a beautiful II air Dkessino. Price 60 cu, and 1. Sold by all dealers. Saratoga Cprlnir Water, wild by all Druggists. LTON'B BXTBAtlT Of PUKI: JAMAICA (ilXllF Kor Indigestion, Nausea, lleartlmrn, Hick llcai" acbe, Cliolera Morbus, ete where a warming, gt liiulstlniulantlsrequhed. Itsearoiul preparation and entire purity makes it a cheap and reliable article for culinary purposes. Sold everywhere at M cents per bottle. " arailefj Uriitr Wavi.r, sold by al eaowlr Democratic Publications. Medical. Llfe-Hoalth-Strength. ,Llfe-Health-Strength. Llfe-Health-Strongth. 1)U. JtTAN DKliAMAHIUS SPECIFIC PILLS, Are prepared bv the M eslrursO aRancirrb A D. font, Pharmaceutists, No. VI4, Hue Lombard, Pari, from the Prescription ol Dm. J tan Dkla. mahhb. ( nicl Physician to the Hospital du Nor on Larilioisere. Letter ef Hconimeaiien, I'ARtn, May , (igNTLKMEM: We have used tho 'Bpeitipio ,,,,.1 ..,.(., from 1)11 1 1CL AM A KKK fl I'lttHl'HlF- TH)M. during several years pnt, in our private and nubile linn tlie, and have found them a most ener getic and Ifaeient Hi nu-dy lu dices of hperniator- rneaor ciiiiiiiiiu nont, - i . J'rematur KmiaMons; Sexual Wcaknesfi, or m- fx-Jncw i (special Oeraiigcmems uiiue - tcin; h chiiiu'hbh bunhh u- ............ ..... M-mi n I KxcesM-s: Ktliwition ol the Oenital ttr gans; Weak hpine: Atlei ii..nol lite Kyesj ,J-lnio" or "Itrick-Dust" Iepnslln tbelrine; "Milky" UUchargea: Palcmsi of the Skin, with Sunken Checks and IJioodlens I.ips : '-Pnu hed " KeHtuics; Irregular action ot the Heart, and in all the ghastly train ol hvmplonis arising iroin 0ei-HM, abuses or loss, from any entire, ol the Nervous roive. We eariH stly advise the Pndt ssion. and all per sons Mifl'cring from any $yinpttnnticw Organic AfertUm Ot ttlC I.FMTO t lilNAKV .)MhS, unitif Hum- Pit If. Vt tin nigll i LSpci i , wc mtjDuin must simciTly. .. h II. ,. I't AK imrAini , iii, iv ii. I'. I'l JAKIMN. M. I. .IhAN liV. 1.KI t'URk, M H. To Ojiranrlere ft lttpont. N'. aw. Hue Lombard. Paris. sjitt,t,iu and StutHima Occuimtioni. Uriefn. Arififtit, or w batevrr lends to impair the Y'tnl Ai tion f (be hrain, Jettrti-r Aerrov Syntem. fie iiticnily luid to the niot litriny and Km bar raining liMirdein of the 1KII.K MsTlM AtU' dfi. Clergymen- and Lavytr. therefore, w hv ait especially liable to these eaknees. should it. sort prouijiiiy iw '. i '. Pll-LH. Directions ami Advice, printed in French' Her man. pani!-h and hiiglish, accompanies eaeli bo A Pamphlet, containing inn particulars, vrus and w ill be sent, bv mail, ire of cost, to auy or w ho w ill v, rite lor it. Puce, a I per Itox, or Mx Rosea lor a Hold bv all the principal liruggii-ts. or will Mo sent b- 'mail, vecurely teiiled from all obnerratif.m , on receipt of the specilled price by any authorized airent or bv the Pole tieneral Agents lor America. (iM Alt ti.'MOMCS !.. W Corilnndt reet, New York. Authorized agent tor latou tv W . N'l I-'. W All I' all orders by eiu" promptly at tended to. oci.law cow ly-4 VEGETABLE AMBROSIA IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE I Oray-headcd Iooplo haa their loc-k restored by it to the dark, luttrmit, tiUcm trtttet of youth, and are happy 1 Young People, with light, faded or red Hair, linve these unfashionable colors changed to n beautiful auburn, and rejoice I People whoso heads are covered with Dandruff anil Uumort, use it, and have clean cuhXA and clear and healthy scalps I llaia-TIoadotl Veterana have their remaining locks tightened, and tha hnrc pots covered with a luxuriant growtt of Hair, and dance for joy! Young Gentlemen use it because it Is richly perfumed 1 . . , Young Ladles use it "because it keeps their Hair in place! - Everybody mutt and Kill use It, became it is the cleanest and but articlaln tha market ! O , For Salo by Druggists generally. C. II. FLINT, Uaj tou.O., General Wiioi.kbai.j-: Aokm FOK OHIO At Wholesale, bv AV. V. STEWAKT, ISo.Oli iMain Nt.( dec'Ofimw DiTON. 5j ' 3 5 Sj ALLEN'S LUNG BLSJVM THE GREAT REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION A JlH AU I'lnKASKS OK THE ItlStiS. Ptiie result of its use is a prool oi its great value. The extraordinary buul iiiK uropertitw uf this remeUy are experienced by air th one who have used It. Their testimony wit be found in a pamphlet, which cud be hud of the uKents where the medicine in used. am lOijUb, huwcverdlstre8iUK. are broken up in mi incredible short time, by causing .1 spucilh; iiilluei.ee uii the Limp, so that the muttt r and pbb'Kt" are eufilv expeciorated. AiA.r.yb j.ursu jiaiam coniainn nuopium in any lorm. Jt lu perj'eetly harmletss for the lite most deli rule child. CONSLMI'TIVKH would do well to read bin Tivaiis.41 upon liseused J.ungti. IOT It ic u good remedy. Try it. For bale by the rroprietorb,J. IS. JlAKltlh JtCO., Ciimlnnati Ohio. Iriee $ per bottlv. Bold b Mudicinc Ienlcr throuKhout the city und country. octUldaw ti DR. STEVENS & CO. lIUV ATE DISEASES CUliEU IN THE btiortuht poMiible timu, ut. the Cincinnati Jn k lit pitul, ;tO Walnut strcii, bet u ten ruth tuitihixt up btuiiH, without tiiu use ot Mercury , lo ol time, or change of diet. iJr.bTjfcAhNa, by special Htudy and experience in the hu&pital of itattiuiore, london and Pans, U enaiiled to guat raniee acute in the mot eoinp cated cascb. Iteeeul c.asei o iHiliorrheuor hj (! cured in a fen dab, without t hangii ol ilnt, liiudiance fro in business, ueondai) e jtliilis la laMt vustige uradieaU'd wiihoui the u.-e ol Alt tury. V ictinih of Belf-abube and excesKivu venerv, a:, I' ring Horn bperniatori tiea, and lohS of phic aud mental pouer, indigestion or Const ijiatinii Lrnptioiih, Mervouu Couyiis, Jlj jiochondrirt, Ae ar treated for Liver Complaint, Ityttpep.!., ..n CoUisumpiiou, by ignorant men. who iniMukt iti eilivMs lor tho eau&ehof the evil, andthiift ir I pi)' iMith. Married men, and those contemplating wtirriE $ should rentoic vmor to their hodiea and minds, u they (iiitail miseiy and dieaie upon lbo!e of Hit po.iteriiy. iJiseaces peculiar Ut fern a leu treated. A cl guarrunLeed in it II eases. 1'eihoim ut a dihtau promptly cured, by adUrt'Kutg, u Uh btaleuient i Ctthe, lr. hTK k.S it CO., ;to ulunut betuet b ,)tli and 4tlh iiUeeU, Cincinnati, Ohio. OiUce hour from 8 A. Ai., '.o 6 1. M. i Sundays lo 11 A. Al dcrb-Qd 1 ridNTAlNH ALL THK MKIUCaI. Villi lis IjF Pine Tree Tar. W;n-ol Tsr cures ('nnsnn.i tirn 'lol.ls. aore 'I hruat anil sri-ai-t, HroiKbilis, ii-tilia li pth.-ria. GrHvel. I'lsl-tts nud Iiisesses oi trie Ki'(-at-y mnl Bts.l.ler and oihwr CdiiiTilainls. soblbv UniKKi.iB sti.i Grocers throiiuloiit tl dniied Siaten nt oi Ij Sl iioH l.r nle. W. Vi. HI KVVAKT, i.lliui. AiT. He war. of Ion tc rf 1 1 tlenuine have'Wice ol Tar' blown on bottle. nclilitl Fk EVKR AND AGUK. Tho remedy to cur. and prevent this dlseasa DH. 8. O. ltlCllAKlJSON'rt SHERRY WINE BITTER The celebrated New England remedy for .Jaundlc Fever and Ague, General Debility, and all dUeafcefi aiUing from dioordereU Stom ach, Liver and IJoweli. ' They are lined and recommended by leading phy siciank ni tha country, and all who try tbeiu pr no u nc.e ttiein invaluable. Pric-a. l per iiattla. J. N. HAKH1H & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, propd etom for the Wuatern Htute. HOLD BT Al L MlkllcaBfU DKALRUH, , oat SI -iawtl