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wp,'ic, (pavahlfltoCarriere) 9 M ,nll, (r annum in advance,......... 1 WKiiKLY ismmuK. .T.e rpv, pr .innnm.. on v ftrT' tftif EMI'IUK circulate- free of postage in 'lontaomery eouutv. Payment in advance in all tses. jI J OH PRINTINO. ifarerT ifeserlntlnn. exarutrt n Ream Prenef, it th. he, style, ami at reasonable arleaf. EMPIRE BUILDING, HO. 110, WMN ST Professional Cards. Kilmer elvVlle, ATTORNEY- A.T-LA.W, PAYTON, OHIO. 'PICI!rlh 'orner Third kimI nn alreeta. iiiiM'lmt'.iiii J. J. BELVILLE, Attorney h ; Law AND SOT.VKY POBI.IC. Opposite the Pnstnfttcn, TYTOV.OIirO. et4lavrtnt . ODLIN & CAHILL, Attorneys ti4 ' Counselors at .lorm.n'a BwlldlliB.TI.lrrt slrrt IATTON, OHIO'. felfl-ilwtf E. THOMPSON, A.ttorno" and ISTotar, BATTOtf, OHIO. Will .TTE!fr)"TO all mTi vf.hr ntrastali I to lm wlttnUUK.iice. ro.npine.. "H (Tme,rlTilrt.tr..t.oT.rIhen.h0jr C. L. VALLANDIGMAm, Counsellor at Law, DAYTON, OHIO. WILL PRAOTICli IN THE SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. .,mo.vr.rn.a.' new ballili... opposite! FRANCIS CBICEUOW, Attorney--Law BAYfDN, OHIO AwiiiK-In-VTormaa'a aw Wiuliiiiig.oppo'ii. luiiitf e Postomee. .JOHS A. M'MAHON. OROROR w. noi'K. MOUK & McMAHON, attorneys at Iav . iAir ton, oiiio. Offleea Thlnl Street, K.aflor Main. nov'W-ft'n , ,M Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Dr C. McDERIVlONT, Surgeon General of OhJ.o. OKFICK-COBMKR rillllll AN1 WILKINSON 8TRF.KSI. n.YTONr. ""'Jl irS.l l Jr. A. O. BRO IVX1XG, nrFttm-tn 'Yimfrs llnM-tin (iil -till rs) VefTorson street, opposite Ph-enix House, .,1 fnermanentlyloiatea in Dayton, ami Mil II loon" at hisiitl. e at aV. hours, exeen when professionally ubaent. ' ; DR7E. JENNINGS, Late Post Surgeon Camp Dennison, ..ITers his ser viees as HKYHIOIAN VMItSllHIi .ON tothee.itlions of nayton and vicinity .tiCU .aj. hi I, ml low St., between art nd Ills, ,t Where he may be found at all hours. , J-t neve,J. Kietrich. 8C'''""" Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER 8t SPIELMAN, ;313 THIItO 8TKEET, DAYTON, O. ARE PREPARED TO S E R V E AS AUCTION KKItH in country and city, or will sen iood. consignment. R 0H,UST(pE ,UH, I) A VIII CLARK, fehr.wtf n.-tione... Auctioneers. Business Notices. ( Doctor , STRICLAND'S I TONIC. DYSPEPSIA i ' Dr.STRICKI.AND'8 Tovic la a coiicnn- rated preparation of Roots and Uorbs. with kntiaci5s and carminatives to .tMiiirt hn the stomach and nervous system. H I certain remedy for Dyspepsia or Ind gi . tlon, Nervowrtciis, Loss of Appetite. A m ty of the Stomaehi Flatulency and Del i I u i.,..i...n tiw.refnre Darticuittrlv lulted for Weak, Nervous, anil Dyspejit.. persons. For sale oy an i'iss' ' - where atl per bottle. Dr. Strlcklttiid'8 ; PILE REMEDY CURB FOR PILES. n....J fhiisanila"hf the worst cases Blind and Bleeding riles. It gives Imme diate relief, and euect9 a nermitnanr. cure t It illrectlv. It is warranted to cure. - For aale by all Drujfgists at 50 ew. per bottle. Ir. Stricklnrnl'H MELLIFLUOUS COUGU NO more, j COUGH BALSAM la warranted to be the only preparation known to cure Coughs, Colds, llniirsetici-'t Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronic Cougli. ajousumption. Bronchitis and Croup. B Ing prepared from Uoney and Herbs, it heAllng. softening, and expectorating, an particularly suitable forallallocliona of th Throat and" Luugs. For sale by DruggUu everywhere - ianS Hi. MARKQRAI"1, linpi.rterof iTlit fiHEIN W3ItT And dealer in CATAWBA WINE, No. 270 Third Street, i. jySWtf TJaytQUi Ohio- Notice to Shippers. rll B Canal Is now open, and I am now hilly ore. aara . to ship all kinds of a-rain. merchandise, Ac , to and from Dayton and Cuieiuuuli at custom. oIatUiaav Cincinnati from landing on Oaiml twet hatween Walnut aud Vino. us lullows: ..'ualboat Losiisvllla. . very Hutu nlay evonlnsri Cwual boat St. Loula. .very Wedne-day uvening. lav OnytoB from Canal hepi: Vanal boat Loulsvlll., .very Wedni sday evening: anal boat t. Ixiuis. every Saturday KV.iuna?. For fraiMht to or from Clni-iniiuti or Huytou, ppl y i;"5"1 u . It. C II A M I IM S. .6. SO. )WT-illai canal flepot. Wedding cards Vrlntea neatly in Colors or in llronte, at XliK KMPIKK lat.am Job Roomt. The- D VOL IV AIL DAYTON O. MONDAY, MARCH 25, 18G7. Y E MP IRE. NO. 161. THE BASIS OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT. Ruilveii. Thut the several Btntes coiuposInK the l'nitr-ii stntf. mi' not untied on the .rini-i 1 a of tmliiuitcil siilimilon to their General Govern ment, hut thalliv eiimpaet, uniler the stylo anil title of n Omtitutiun of tlie Cuiteil "Mut.-s. anil of ;imimtiiirnts thereto, they I'nnstitilteil a (tenorul lioveniineiit, for Hiertal nurjMiHe ilelegaletl to that (iiivin mnenti-ert unili llnite powers, reserv in, i-aeh stiite to itself, the residuary muss or rirht to their seli'-irovernment: anil mat wlien ........ tiirt i:tmri i invent men t assume unileleaa- tetl power. Us net are miaul hurit.itive, void, ami oi no lorc.e; i'hat to thin riinii.u't eie-h Slate ae.- l. l us a Mate, alul i an integral party, us eo- hi...i. i.n-inii.u- as to itself, the other party, tnai the (ioveninvnt rreateil hy mis eiiinuiu'i an nut imele the exclusive nr liniil Jn.liteol the extent ol the iunri neli irateil to itself, ninee that would have made tt dim-retion, ami not tne Constitution, a,., nn Kiire of its n tvers: hut that as In all oilier ia.es o( COMPACT iMUNll roWKRH havinh Nil I'OXMOK JflMiK. KAL'H l'AUTT HAS AX KoPAL R111IIT TO Jl'IKlF. yon ITSKLF: A3 WKI,L OK I NF II AC TI1INS AS Of THK MOIIK ANnMKABl HK 0 nKPUKSt TIm Vr( Ktntttcky Jtonlution of nw. Democratic State Ticket. FOH GIlVKKNOIt : ALLEN (i. THUKMAN. FOR LIKCTKMANT OOVKRNOR : DAN1KL S. UHL, of Ilolinua. FOR TREASURER : Dr. C. FL'LTOX, of Crawford. FOB AUDITOR : JOHX McELWEE, of Bullor. FOR ATTORNEY OENKRAL ' FR.VXK II. nUKD, of Kuos. Von JL'DdE OF SUPREME COURT : TIIOMA3 M. KEY, of Hamilton. FOR CONTROLLER OF TREASURY ! WM. SHERIDAN, of Williams. for noAttn of rrm.ic works : ARTIIUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. News by Telegraph and Mails. of A Vomttn In Hudson City, N. J., whose child had been Hogged 111 school, went to the school-house the other day and cow- hided both the male and female teachers In the most severe manner. "It's a poor rule that, will not work both ways A cable dispatch says: The trial of the Fenian iirisiincrs for hiph treason will commence on tholtih of April next, in Dub 1 i ii A New Voik dispatch says: James F Ct'MMiN'isH. tin ex-rebel commissary has been arrested on a chiirgn of having used the power of the so-called Con federate (Jov eminent to taUe from a resilient of Ten nessee property valued at six hundred thousand dollars, and fraudulently convert it to his own use. lie is'now in Ludlow street tail. The Orange Furnace Company, near Jack son, Ohio, lias laileti. j.iaonuies, au.oou assets, 00.000. Cause of the failure out side speculations of James Watson, its business manager, with the funds of the company. Ho says tne Jackson niauaaru, The extent of the lailure of Kodi.nson i OiiDiiN in New York was exaggerated. The belief is now that the losses will notexceed $250,000, Instead of $2,000,000 as 11 rat re ported. A statue of Henry Clay is to be inaugu rated In the court-house at Louisville on the 12th of April. Robert C. Winthhop will deliver the address. Millard Fill- more and A. II. Stephen are expected to be present. Parties who have recently conversed with lexandep. II. Stephens, fay he advises thiit the wisest course for the bouth is to re main quiet, aud wait the Issue of events. liubison, Rea & Co.'s machine Works, South ' Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, were burned yesterday. Loss $75,000: fully In sural. Daniel Gutshall, a workman in a mill In Springfield, Mass., was caught by a shaft on Wednesday, and whirled round at the rate of eighty revolutions a minute, until he was literally beaten to pieces. The Democratic Executive Committee, on Saturday evening, nominated Judge James Saffik for Mayor of Cincinnati, In place of S. N. Pike, who declined The night express train going east ran Into a freight train near Woodstock. Cana da West, on Saturday morning. Mr. Rog ers, mail agent, was killed, Mr. Farrell, the conductor, seriously scalded, and Mr. Grll man, express messenger, slightly hurt. The express and baggage curs took fire, and everything Inside was burned. The express safe was supposed to contain SliO.OOO. The Rochester, New York, papers report a breakdown in the butter market there abouls. Farmers are scllingattwenty-two and retailers at twenty-five cents per pound. The registration of voters In the First Ward of Washington is complete for the i preterit, ana loots up: tjoiorca vocers, j,no j w hite voters. G98, Two white girls, Mary Glover and Mar. tha Long, eloped from East Baton Rouge. Louisiana, the other day, in male's cloth. ing. with a couple of negroes Peter Edes and Bra. Lyons. They were arrested in New Orleans. Mary Gloyer, on examin ation, protested that shea "love Peter she does her life." The othergirl had child by hersooty charmer In August last. An election has been held for State Sena tor at Ncwbern, North Carolina. The negroes voted on the occasion for the first time, and the election resulted In an almost unanimous vote tor Major John Hughes. the Southern candidate. The people ofChattanooga say the waters are fifteen feet hlglier tnan in imi, me highest before known. The suffering is very great. Houses, furniture, provisions and people have been washed away. The number of persons drowned Is said to be over fifty. Thenotiston Itltgraph ay : "The man who shall ut tempt to murder citizens of Texas by military commissions, in viola tion of the law of the land, will have sweet time of it. or we are no prophet." The accumulation of bullion for the last three weeks in the State ot Nevada has begun, to arrive in San Fransisco. The quantity U eaoi'inous, aiueimliuK to a jf rent ,,,..,, ..... uiHturw Kficnrt lm hfn de- many torn. MlllUl y escort una itn w tailed for the puriKise of protootltllf the . 1 ' " i,a treasure during its pas8Ui.ce acroa tue Theirtiirn lusned by tlicPf ior Lnv Board In London, for December, ah' jws ttiat at the close of the year 18G6 the mir nberof paupers in receipt of relief In Enf .land and Wales exceeded 900.000. A large bald eagle, ineaj tiring eight feet four Inches, was shot day 'oeforo yesterday, by J. M. Williams, while limiting quails, about seventeen miles bac k of Covington, Kentucky. BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. Washington, March 2t. The Senate has on hand a large amount of executive busi ness, lcstertlay the President nominated thirty postmasters for the Interior 'owns. The naval ofllecsat Boston, New York and Philadelphia and the post-otllce at Cincin nati are the most Important ollloes remain ing unfilled. I lie Secretary or State lias received in formation from the Consul at Qiieenstown, Ireland, that the cholera has prevailed in that section to some extent all winter. At Whetitalle, a small village om Qiieenstown harbor, eight cases had occu red during the previous week. The dispatch was da ted February 14. Advices from North Alabama, state that the inhabitants living a distance from the railroailaredying oil of starvation, and un less relief readies them, the whole ranee of comities on the Sand Mountain section will be depopulated. The recent floods destroy ed over 3.000 bushels of corn and a large amount of food, sent by tha relief associa tion to the still'erers. Tlmd. Stevens glories and chuckles over such news. General Sickles issues a;i order to-day. taking command of North and South Caro lina under the Military Reconstruction Bill. He authorizes all civil officers to continue the discharge of their duties; but gives notice that in case of neglect or refusal of such officers to protect life end property and punish crime, provost courts or mili tary commissions will be organized to per form tne same. The President returned the supplemen tary Reconstruction Bill to the House, on Saturday, with his veto. The document presents no new features, being merely a repetition of previous objections to the principle of the original law establishing military governments ior tne oouinern States. Hie House linmeilialcly passeil the hill over his ucto 114 to 25. The Senate did the same 40 to 7. 1 1 t'linirress sliiill uilionrn on Tuesday or Wednesday next, as Is now almost certain, the President will issue, on the day of ad journment, a proclamation calling an extra session Ol uie oennie ior CAeeuu vc uusiues?.. and especially to consider the nomination for otliclal positions. In the House, to-ilay, a spirited tieuate took place on thequestion. Thad. Stevens in! minted inai an aniournment mi ian would be an ahaudontnentof'the impeach ment ol the President,. Mr. Blaine, ol Maine, replied that tlie Im peachment matter was all nonsense. It Is settled, however, that an adjournment will la!,.' j.hi ' lill fall. . ; ! ' . u l ind. ex-member of tlie Con federate Congress, has arrived at Washing ton. lU'isoneoi tne senators-eiccr. iroin Arkansas. As it is certain any application lie may make for admission to the Senate will be refected. It is understood he Intends carrying the matter before the Supreme Court. How he proposes to get It there, Is not stated. Tlie rebel General Dick Tavlor, who came from New Orleans to seethe Presl dent on tlie subject of reconstruction, had an interview with the President to-night on that question. He was informed that the law would undoubtedly be at once eti forced. Washington News and Gossip. Died. SELLERS On smikIuy- even in. March 84 186? at twenty minutes ol nine o'clock, tit the residence of I). K. Hover, Mrs Jlunnnh Amelia, wite ot Jttco'j Sclera, ttnadauffhter of D.K ami Iiaumtli E. Ito'er, aged twenty-nine years, two mouths ana nve auyb. Funeral from the residence of her parents, No. 179 Main street, on Wednesday morning, the 87th fnot., at ten o'clock. Interment Woodland Cem etery. New Advertisements. a bv h iteddie. at the old staud, No ufi Wu ne ftl rvt 1,1 thi l iiy The claims against the firm 1 w u ,(e iutttli ,,vt eltllt,r u, ti,e partners, and each 1 one is authonaed to receive money lor deb ow . 1 ing us AlltUofe owing us are reuuebted to settle Uheirdebts. hknky BKDDia. MHS. M. CLAKK'S Cloak and Dress Manufactory Lace Se.s and Children's Clothing NO. 314 THIRD STREET, DAYTON, OHIO. Also, manufacturer of XI. 33 Or jSl. Xi X A . FOH GOOl TfcMI'LtKtt, MASONS, ODD FEL- L.V v a, AC. Goods furnished, and orders flUed prom nth, ut lowest prices. llKPKKKNCKfl Davton, Troy, Hprlngflcld, Piq ami Tip pec inoe Temperance Lodges. March 10, 1807-dtl PETITION" FOR PARTITION. Superior Court of Moutjrowery County, Ohio. so. a t iv. Levi TtnlM, Catharine Tibh, and .Tntcfih Jones and Diivis Jones, by William Falkner, their uuaruitin, v. John Weybright, Daniel Wevbifght, Joseph Wcy. hriirht lien lam in Wevhriifht. Jacob Wi brirlii Samuel Wei bright, E'lUiJieth We blight hi z- nbeth V enger, -muiiu el enger, haruh Fitter bauirh. (jeoi te lnterb.iUifh. Aruand t O HI wine Daniel Old wine, Elizabeth Bowman and John liuwinaii. ri"V John Weybright. of county. Miirrland, 1 Daniel Wevbi iirht. Joseph We hricht. (it'll u- in in W eybriifhl. and KtiKithetu Weyln ji.ht of the county ot Montgomery, onto, Jacob e bright. faJisaheih Weugur, 8atnuel Wei.ger, o Miami county, Ohio, bamuel Weybright, Mirah I'uter bauirh. Geo rue Puterbanuh, Amanda Oldwinu, Daniel Oldivine, Elixabeth IloMiiian, and John Uowinan. ol Darke county Ohio. You will take notice that a oetition was fll airainai you ou the 18th day of March, 1857, in the superior Court of Montgomery county, Ohio, by Levi Tibb, Catharine libbit, and Joseph Jones and Davis Joneg. by Yt ill mm r alkner. their Guar diaii, and is now pending win rein the said Levi Ttbb. Catharine 1 1 aud Joseph ones and 1 av is Jouet. tiy William r alkner, iftiardinn, de maud uartitioii ol (he follow iitr n-ttl etttate, to-wit Sititiile in tlie county ol Montkjouiei y. and state of Ohio, to-v. it: iM'Kiuuing at tne i.ortueasi corner the Kouth hull ol the northeast uuaitci ol hfcti No. fliUjen (lit), low nnhip No. live (ii. ol range fl.e fR) east: thenc. west aloiiu the dividiiiif line ol said quarter beet ion sixty poles to a ttake ; thence iVpnlustoaiitiike; tiience east ixt iKlei to a take in tne kction line; tUence north along sanl section line to the place of beginning, containing ten acrt'S oi iani. more or lea, aiho me iuiiovv -iur real estate: bituate in the county of Darke and state of Ohio, to wit: The east hull oi the cast lull ol the southwest quarter ol section tweuty. east, containing loity aoe. more or less, ami that at the next term of said Court the aul Levi Tibhs, Catharine Tibhs, and Joseph Jones ami Davis Jones, by William Falki er, their Guardian, w ill apply lor an order that partition may Ims made ol sabt premises LhVI ilul(9; C I MAKINK Tinil", WILLIAM FA1KNKH, Guardian of JoSKi'll Joks, and ' JIAV1H JONKS. D. L. Mr. then and Aium CLAY, Attorneys. Match 20, .t7-dlav-;8 DISSOLUTION OF CO-PA KTNERSli IP. rrHE co partnership heretofore existing be X tween lienry and Kredeiik Beddies bus been dissolved by mutual consent, by 9. Itetplu s retir- ..... H..... Pl.u l.,l.,fl- will U eiinli,.,.,! New Advertisements. New Advertisements. Mayor's Proclamation. Mator'I Offick, Dayton, March 19 1MT. N compliance w ith the law, I hereby issue my Proclamation to the inhabitanis of the cltv of Davton. warnlim them that it Is unlawful to sell. baiter, or five away any kpiriluoiiv vinous, or malt liquors, on the day ol any election held with in the rMatu of Ohio! under the Cou-titution or lawn thereof. Any person offending against the provisions of this act sh ill bu lined iu nn nun not lcs than tlve nor more than one hundred dol lars and be im.rioncd in the county iail tor a pe noil not exceeding ten davs for A-n offense so committed JotAi'HA'N KKNNLV, Mayor. March 19, liWT-dti Mayor's Proclamation. M ATOM'S OFFICK, DAYTON, O , March IB. 1Bt7. fpll K quahhed voter of the City of Dayton tire X hereby notified that the annual election ior 1 Ity and Township otllceis w ill be held in said city on Monday the 1t clay of April, 1907, lor the following oil! eeri. to wit: One City Solicitor; One City Marshal ; One Street oiuuiWsioner; One Ms'kft Master; One Wood Measurer; One Director ol city Inflnnaryi One rustee or Councilman and tine Member of the Board of Kducation In each Ward. ON TOWNSHIP TICKET. TwoConstah es in the city at large, nd One Assessor in each. Ward. The following will be the nlices of votina- In the several Wards, to-wit: rtrft w am eastern r.ngine noue; Second Ward old Independent ivnirine Hous' . next to Uiera House; Third Hard a M Hull Ivan's Law Ofilce. south side of Third street, between Main and Ludlow. Founn Ward Western Kngine House; Filth Ward Central Kngliie House; Hixlh WanlPaeillc Kngiuo House; Seventn Ward Walnut lloum), Wavne street; Elsrhth Ward John Nloiren's. Iimctionoi War ren und Main streeu. Alo accord intr to a resolution adnnted Pehrun ry 8. 18B7, by the City Council of Davton. the quid tiled voter of the city of Davton at the same time will decide lor or uirainst the annex tionof Miami City the city of Dayton. The ballot for lbu purpose will be upon the cltv ticket, to wit: r or annexation oi Aiiamt uitv." "Against annexation of Miami City " The voters lu favor of annexation w ill strike or mark out the words "against annexation," and those opitosed to the same will strike or mark out the words "lor annexation." The not Is will bo onened at six o'clock In tin- morning and closed at s x o'clock in the evening. .'i,iiiia.i ar.iiiiLi. juavur. March 18. 18H7-dtt Central Insurance Company, OF DAYTON. O . PIT A I 1 OO OOO OFFICE No Oil. east side of Main street, (between second and Third streets,) Dayton, O. Fire and Marine Insurance Policies Issued upon all descriptions of buildings, machinery, and stock, for one year or lets, and upon dwelling houses and household good? for throe years, or any less term, nt reasonable rates. BoiBDOF Di hectors Henry Herrinan, Robert Chambers, Andrew (Jump, George W.fc-haw. Hen ry B. Fowler, W, L. Harrow, A. IC. II. Foikerth. II EN It V 11 K It R M A N, President. Anthony Stepuanu, Secretary. Ju28J3ta Jacob Stkphans. Surveyor. M 10 li l4l DiPAl. OF DAYTON, OHIO. A rTHOKIZED CAFITAL. . AS8bTS (tlTiO 000 . . un.uiHi orncK asKTiiransr , oi'P. hston hall flM Ul M1S1IE im TAKES AT Current rtcttes. DIBEU TORS: William Dlikey, Wlllhiro ArnoM, oeorire A. Orove, .loiiitth.iu Kenney, flnirh WlEtfim. Abrah.im ('iihlll, llamllton M. Turner. Joon n iggim. Peter T. Dii-.kev. WILLIAM DICK EY, President. JON MARSItMAN, treasurer W. H. OiLLEans Se. retary. malM THE GHEAT ENGLISHTeMEDY. PROTRCTED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT SIR JAMES CLARKE'S Celebrated Female Pills. Prepartd from a prtnariptinn of Sir J Clirki. Jf. V.. FKytician Extraordinary to th $un. Thin inv.tloahle medt'i..e is uniailirir in the cun 01 all those painful and dangerous diseases! whii-h tne lem-iie t'onsiiimiou hiw i. v mwin mi ex- esseand removes all obsiructi ns from what ever cause. A speedy uu may be relied on. TO TIAHItlfclk i ADD M It Is particularly BUited It will. In a short time, bring on the mouth I v periol w ith regularity. CAUTION. TH Pitt ktnld not ft t-iten Ay Ftmtfe$ during tht FIHUT THRJCS MOMU of frun.aiy a thy are to brimtf m Mitcarriay but at any other tim they are v , , , , In all cou of Nervous and Spinal Affections Pi. inn in thu Hack and Limbs. F tigneon sliirht ex- eri ion. Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics, ami Whites ttiene PtlU will effect a cure, when all nthpr means have tailed: and although a powerlnl remedy, do not contain iron, ualomel, untimony.or anvthing hurtlui t lie constitution. Full direi-tions in the pamphlet around each package, which suouid oecareiuuy presurven. Sold by all Dkiooists. Phick, 91 pbr Bottlk? SPECIAL yoTics. It is the fate qf every valuable Medicine to be ("OCNTEK FMTK!- Be avti' W therefore nnd ee that the letter T J' w blown k the bottle and that mch wrapper beam the AcaiHiMts of th ig ntiturof I if BALDWIN CO . and JOB MOOES, tff without xchif.h, none are genuine. .v If One Dollar, with KiiiMLecii t ents for Post- Age. enclosed to any authorized Agent, or to the Sole General Agent lor thu Uiiiuidbtatesund iiril- lu I'omtiuons. JOB MOSES, 7 Curtlandt St., New York, will ensure a lottle. containing Fi ty Pills, by re turn mail, securely sealed iroin all observation. 04ddaweowly- PETITION FOH PARTITION. Superior Court of Montgomery County, Ohio. No. a7rtU. Levi Tibbs, Catharine Tibbs. and loseph Jonc and Davis Jones, by William Falkner, their Guard 1 au, c John Weybright, Daniel Wevbright, Joseph Wej - bright, Itt-hiamin cyhngiit, j.teon v t uriMni, Samuel Wt bright, l-lualieih Weybright. I.h. nlMJth Wung r, ban. m l enger. tarah Puiei baugh. tieorge PuierPuiiKh. Amainia Oblwine. Danu-l oldMiue, LlizulH:ih liuwniau and John How man. rm-Ht John Wevbright of county, Mary I ind. L Daniel We bright Joseph W bright, Uenja linn W v bright,- and LliAUtbeth He Pl ight, ol Muhtgio'ery county. Ohio. Jaiob W- brlgfil,I-.lu-abt th Wenger. Samuel Wenger, 01 Miami . ountj , Ohio, haiutiel Wi-vbnglit, Sarah Puu-rbaiigh George PuierUaugu, Amanda oldwinu. Daniel Oldtwuc. LlizalfLtn lUiwmaii and John iionmau, ftf Darke C4iunty. Ohio. You will take notice that a petition was tiled ag dnst you on the 16th tiny ot Mart h. Ifti7 iu the huuLTior Court ul Aioi tg inery county, (ihio, by la vl Tibhs,Cihartne i ihl,!.. and Jejdi om . and Davti Jon. S. bv William t- alkner, their Guardian, ami is now pending wherein the sal . Levi Tilth i.ihur-iiiAi Tiltha nnd Joeuh Jones aLd Davi Jones, by William Falkner, Guardian, demand partition Of the lolhiwing real et .te, to-wit: sit uate iu the count oi Montgom. ry aud stuieoi oli to, to wit: the northwt-k quarter of soot n diLeen (15 , of Uwusiiip nve (6). and range Ave &), eat coutainiiig oue numired aud sixl arres of land, m re or and that at the next term o' said Court, the said Levi 'I ibbs, Catharine Tibln, aud Joseph June and Davis Junes, by William f rtlxner, their Guardian, will apil loi an order thai partition na be made or said premise. LhVI TlliHd, C I'll A HI S K TIBHS. WILLIAM FM.KN KB, Guardian of JOSEPH JON ta aud D WIS JoNKS D. I MxkKraaul A dam CLAY, Attorneys. March u, lb0711wiM. LKOAL NOTICK. T OVISA B O'BRIEN having Iwn appointed I j hy tlie rronaie un 01 niuniK"inerv t 01 iiliio.'GiiHrfliiin ot the ero(n and tutaie of merv t oui t iv..r.l 4riiit-n ihi. is to noli I y the imbiic that no debu or contracts made b said I-d ward o Brirn on and alter Monday, MaruU 11, 1B07, will' be ire. ogaiaed or raid ey m: Mali 7wa-M New Advertisements. New Advertisements. New Advertisements. A. M KIUCAN WALTHAM WATCHES. I. We claim, and are prepared to prove, tht the, A mnrlrnu Watches, manufactured atWaUhain, Mas., are not only equal, but fnr mprrlor to the common watches of England, twttserland, and Fran re. II While we admit that it would be difficult to excel the masterpieces of the eminent European manufacturers nnd while we do not claim to have made any decisive improvement! over thein.w e do assert and challenge a sudcessiirl denial, that oursuperior class of watches are fully equal, in etery reejct, to the mt expensive specimens ol foreign chronomctrical art. II We claim that our Watches are cheaper, more accurate, less complex., moro durable, bet ter adapted for American use, and mora easily kept in order aud repaired than any other watches in tha market. IV. The reasons why our Watchee possess these idvantages over their European rivals are chiefly : fXrtt. Because the principle ol the division ol labor Is carried out in our workshops to its ex-trome-t limits, not in human industry only, but in machinery as well. Every watch passes through hundreds of hands and hundreds of machines. Hecond Because we premptly adopt every new invention to perfect our machinery, and every proffered improvement In the structure ol watches. Third. Because In each of the very numerous, minute, and often microscopic parts ofwhh ha watch Is m:ido up. we attain, by mechanical pow er, nearly nbenlute mathematical precision and uni formity, which it is utterly impossible to achieve uy manual lalwr. Wheels, pinions, escapements balances, springs, and screws exact cnunte. parti In weight, circumference, and dimensions an turned out by millions by the unerrlng.becausoun swerving, iron handsol machinery. Hence, ever watch of any one stj le is a true copy of Its model V. ihcsu results enable 11 to lUI'y.oreign rl valry, because uosimilar uniformity und precision is attainable by hand, find became in Wat hum iflone is machinery exclusively employed in the mauulacltirt' of this intricate aud delicate medi an km. VI. Now , us will be scon at once this similarity in structure reduces the cost of production ; it pe cures uniform it In result s ; it pcrpclunto and t -i falllbly diffuses my excellence that maybe on. 1 achieved; and makes it easy to repair nnyinjun ust iincd, or replace any part thut uin be lost or destroyed. VII In addition to these mechanical ad vantages. ourWatehcM are si in pier in structure, and therelon alr'ingor, nd le likely to be injuic.i than the ma jorit . of foreign waUhes. 'I hey are composed oi froml.bto UOUpieces, In an old English watch there are more than 700 parts. VII L We began our expi r tuent in 1H63 in tin nice ot u loi n.idable prejudice against Amcricai watches. Our system was new aud untried We have steadily increa-ed our facilities, until uow we employ over 700 artie ips.und sell 70 OIMJ ate he j, year. Nearly a quarter of a mill ion 01 our watches are in use to-day in every State ot theUutuu, us well us in the Mexican und British Provinces an Coluuies. '1 heir universal popularity is the best proof ot their merit that we can 'produce. The) have won their way in spite ol every opposition and o immemorial prej udices. Jl und reds ol deal -ers all over the country huve expi essed their pref erence for our products alter a long and practical experience w th foreign watches. Any of the grades ol Wultham Watches way be purchased of watch dealers general!) throughout thu country. It .11 BIN & A I' PLUTO, 18 llroadway New loik. KOIIUI. AI'I LI I i A O,, IAS WMehlngton Mlreet Host ton Feb, IB leHT-dTu l hSaw eow 3m95 U Ls O 1 I I I .N CJ ! New Goods, New Fashions, New Prices H. BCHWARZ, WlfOLKSALK ANU RETAIL UKALKkIn Cast, m J arie Clothing, And proprietorof the well-known EACLE CLOTHING STORE, 118 Main etreet a doors south of Market Mouse. IWH'Ci Peg leavo to announce to m 11 inner oils friends and customers and the public o iloiitgoiuery and adiuiniug counties thai 1 havt now ou hand and am daily receiving an unsnr pas-ed stock o' cnlim nwdet U THINt forlHitb SPRING & SUMMER TRADE Includingnll the styles now in fashion for Men Vouth, Bo s and I htlaren ol all ages and sites. OURFmCIH I I tJ--i The alKtve giods were purchased hy myself for i,a"ii anci vveie maoe up acconung to inv order and for 111 trade, in the most npproveil S'l'YI.E and of 111 iterial w hich I u arrant ill give all anil every one entire atitdactiuu. HTENO Mv xperience since in thet lothlng trad hah taught me to pursue but one course, and that N 1 leal w ith all men alike jtive each and everv one S;itisacl inn keep nolhilig but the bent of goods xceli made, and wli.it i more -ell theo. eheafci than the test ol cloth:er. and w ilh a living pi oil t PRICES. Havingcarefully w atch. d the varying market. I took advantage w hen at il. lot est und secured ui h bargains enabling me to fell at such prices dt l ing II i -oinpetitiou. no maiter v hat ih j 111. n puldtsh or otier. All I ak is a luir exininii iiiiji and comparison ol goi h there being a gie.it deal ol imitation imw - i- in. in inuilrt ftii I tne ol t ionti' 1 111 uiiiingiiMHis is also com pb-te (ifli'liug .ill ileHMi hire, colored and milled MiiiU hC'rtiitiluM ravats. Neckties Hand Uer tiiel boclitol all Cilor, and a large stock ol PAPER COLLAHS I alo purchase ! a entire new stock of Hat and ( apt which I bavu deteruiineil to si II to all tbo.e buv ing ( loth in c of me and lor tlm aiicoiituio dall 11 of our trade. A 1' COM TrttnkHt ViN', and Cttrpvt-bagn Are aUo kept on hand. Agiiu thuukiug my kind patrons and friends lor Uie:r gciiwroii!. ai d liberal pi roiiHge hithei 10 e ten led me, and sin. 11 p'Oiuisu them uud all thoc diring to patioiiiu me that iutr as m the fHtet 1 tdiatl stud) the lute'ests 01 iu uuslomers tu ly as much as m own Very re pect fully. II. SOU WAKZ, 118 MAIN ST II 10 KT, Tlirevdeors soutb of the Market llouso, SlG OK TUB Only Coldon Eagle in Dayton. Wliicb can lie ilittinetlv ,wd from tbe klarkt House on aiain strcjet. marlD m. r. yoi.AX, United tates Commissioner FOR THE Slll'TIIEK.V DISTRICT OFOIIIO. O nce SIS 1 hi. sl.ti.., .,! !, r.b. n, mawim DAYTon.o ADYKKTlblUlNG KAILS. 1 N LfAl 1, Y, One square (eighty wplidoLiii), ne Insertion 7 ine square, uiree unri One square, one wir. ,.......... 9 U. One square, one v. ui. ...... m . 6 Ul One square, tnne at on tin 1 0 . One square, r.x mouths 16 u ' I i v h. I', Jv I T One square 'elghtv won) i one week fl Per square, each wwk in Addition. Pit .mure, one Tfr.. 1' "I Jy lerms lor advertisement oof uyy ing grand f pace, or lor longer period than altove icti.' mane mown hi tne lAHiiitlng -Hocm ii euui tiwements are charged at the al-uv n.u. unless wrillmi agreement is made previous to insertion. Amusements. TUKNEKS' Ol'lCHA UOISK.- 1 Tuesday &Wedne day Eve, March 26,27 l.l.ol l & IIIOAI X MIN8TR l.r.Z3 THE GREAT TRofl'E OT THE AGE I The MONARCHS of Minstrelsy ! Read the list of m know lerl Mastrr AnTtRTa lu their various specialities, who compose this vl - 1 n I KH 1 K NI 'liov SfiTbp public will plennetnke especial notice thut every individual w hose nume p (tears below, s with Lloyd A Imdaus' Minbtkei.b, and will a)iear at announced. Charley Reynolds, J B iMnnihf, 11 E. Ward. O K A telle. Francis Fuselll, Augut Lurschur, Billy Presion, t hailey Currier, Junii's Koehl, Jacob Koehl, Walter Neville, Thos Warhurst, Ca!. V agner. Jithnny hooker, Harry StanwiMHl, Guilave Biilaux, (1. W . Jai-k-ion. M, Ainslcy St ott, Edw in Se mour, W. II Defebunty, T. M llengler, Signer I on esi. Will nppear as nbove announced in a CA Jt M I A L US TK It TA 1AM EX T Of unequaled mtiLLiANCY, originality and merit lor the feature-oi Winch, read the bills and pro grammes oi the day Cards ot admission, parauette and Drcs Circle. 75 een tt; Famih (. ircle. 50 cents. Ooorsopen at i ; commence at A o'clock. W. ALMS LLOYD, Manager. Thos. Anni itsr, Agent. A!ariV7-il4t rPL'KN Kits' OP KIM HOt'SK.- POSITIVELY FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Thurfiday aud Friday, March 28 and 29 Cla-rvx-loy Sliay's Monster Quincuplexal Troupe I'lte largest and most iiltiactivv orgiiiizatlon iu this eutiiitrv ; eutirel novel and original in its construction ; superior In every speruut) ; and iu cludes un immenpe and unparalleled coinhination of I. dv and Gentieiuen peilormels iUay i he niot sititerb eiitertainmenl ever riven in me i luted Mates. Don t fail to tuv the i ru tjratnnies oi the uay. , - ADMISSION: " Parottette 60 Cent oallery 36 Cents- Doors open at 7; to commence at B o'clock. . AL L. ioWNshMD, Agent. Maich'21,lUo7Mltjt Excursion to New York City. Ii VLLA UWS PA OHAMA Titkes the spe. tator miles thiough the Ktteets id' New ork City, laitln till slinking the ltusimis, lill-tle ami l onliision . cll lue Ik baa a View ol mote than in into Hora" aid (. arria. cs. and up w anW oi it) ot,u People, l'locesious Miliuin tout p, diies liitnds ol Miimc Slnppiiig. Me.ittiho'ata Ac. At each e.hilition un Expinnaioi j lectuiewill he given, giving much valuable knowledge ul' ' New oi k sill-1 it? people, ol gieat im i oil mm to a iliidiger and ol general au insl ruct ivu iuioi Uiu -tndi toevei hod . ill be exhibited at HUSTON HAXkU FOII Fill I! DAYS O.N I.V. Wednesday, Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings, .lai-ch liO, 21, ''Z, und U3, !7, At t'ighti.-lu..k. I.I1IND MATIN hb I'liuiailay. Friday anil t- iu aiitr. oui, s. ul hau-lmst i mo u i i..i.k Ailmij..n vfe l euls Ski li.tll ill 11 e MaiTh 18 07-ulu i- Wr.LLi.V bit. .Uanayer. GERMAN LUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S CHURCH ! LADIEb' FAIR COMMLNCINO Monday Evening, - - March II An 1 eniiiliiuinu: ever erening UuriUfcT thuveck. MareU 1. INil-o-it Li B A N1 Manufactured TOBACCO AM) CIGAJiS. 1'rade .Salesrooms, 16 Dr Y '1 KEEi, near Itruad v ay, Nuw 1 ork. GKNTLkMbN : At the solicitation of nuuv ineit.fs iaiyelv connected in the loliAK O 1 It A DC. tWio liave lon lelt the uecesjsiU ior regular A I'CTIOS did I OMUISSMlK iKAPt tfALhH, di Voted CXi lUS.Ve- 1 to the uippucal ol LEAF and Manufactured Tobacco, And - ig.irs, we have much pleasuro iu announr itig. that haviiig given the matter our cat el t; I con-tidei-Mtion, and la-ing s.dislltd that the trade re Hires such an establishment, w u huvc commenced uusiness ,it the above addroxi, detei lniiitii that -"thing shall bo wuntingou our part to deserve tbe Ptt romtye and Confidence Of all w ho may favor u u ith their supjujrt. Oncol 'Ut lii in h.tv ing dcoted iiiuui e.il u dusivtdy U the grim ing and m itnUacture ol To b.icco. in thoroiigtilt conversant with the businc-s in all it br.iio hen. and ei ei endeavor w ill be made to realio. lor all goods consigned to us, the be-t m.irket rates. V t have taken premises in immediate proximi ty to tlie largest tobacco ami i igar I'e.ili-rs lii this 'ity.so that our fail's inch w ill In held nrgular ly every i'nesday and Fi ida are certain ol being fully represented and itu-nded i.y the Trade Particular attention given to hijrnieiUM in Sand. AIM UKSIUNUtNTH V ill he OFKl BtPoll he iuue: Pl ATtLY si CL K1.PISII salt da , uliu pr -in pi returns' lllade utth leill.tl.iUces, All parties lavoring us w iiti their consignments, Mil oblige by marking the tases with ii eir pri vate mark so tb.it tile -auie ui. l.e samitleti. mid sold iu separate tots, nntt lorwarding with the let ter ol advice T-fciB XOWV ST LI IvIIT For which the same may Ihj sold, together with Piislolhce uddiess t oiisiguees, in shipping to us, w ill please mark all Cases "i. . c.d- Co., m i,-u st., x. r." We are. Gentlemen. our oitvdient servants D. DOUGLAS CAUcKINS & CO. POfOl AS CAt LklNS U W COHBIS L VCAI'LKINS lietcreiice- b ei mission Vvilli,iiii J Slit- X o , 17.1 115 W ashinP.n at , N . ; J M. smnig. ion. Importer :l Heaver st , N Y : rraii.n. A r-t. l-.(j. it Male L A ; Hun Win Itrosi. ol hi ago Lie ul GitT td lllim-ii ; II wu. auiuel Ashtttn, r'eruuadiua, Kla O J. ItERIS'GEK, Agent. o ft-; U oriuau's Huildiug .Jetft rDii t.. I'aUon, "hio. lUach'Jtl M(i7-)iu- Rare Chance for a Splendid Bargain UE Al 1 1 El" 1. 1 liA'nbet "ett oidak I'urniturr. tuiiiisting nl tailed bedsli ad, M..)ii '1 up bu i t;ai. W Mh & aim, riilie iahla. Km y 4 hair, rliuar Chairs, and If i kingl. hair W iJi be uld it a great roductnai ou Hisi . onh t n in um .bunt twomoi lb A-idn s l.i.ctv Lux J.to ui call ou C.G. .SKMll CKN, 1'hlUlps tiuue. imw r..mi OIT Y HOTEL, Corner Thmi aud Basin streets, Hamilton, O. H P. tHIKi UllJi - Hrutrlfior rl',IIN ?wpular Ibdine has recentlv been re mod 1 eted and thorougM lelllted and renovated, and is now opened ti the public ui der new an pi e ll i- ion vnieiill j (mated to lite btikines ixirtoo ol the city and is near the railroad det ot. Vu pains will Ik bpareii to make it the dil class hone of Hamilton Munibosses run to and iron, all trains. Good stabling on Die premises Jalldti AIMIMST.ATUH'S NOTK K. NOTIt V is hereby given that the undersigned b.is len dul a) pomted and mia lflcd a Ad iiiiii'straior ol the est a t o Heteki-b kakel, lale 01 MontgMiur iouiitv. Ohio, dectastd Uara7,lebf-dlaw-)r7 JAM. E IMOMflfOlS .