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Local and Miscellaneous. Democratic City Ticket. [ELECTION MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1867.] KnrCitv Hnlieltor. K.C 1UGKI.OW. Kor CllT Mnn-luil, .1 At Oil KAl'l'. KorStreot Coniuiiasiotier. ( OXltAII SlllKNK. For Market Mailer. JOHN Mc TT I1K(). Vor Vnl Men.nrer. KOHF.HT Al.l.KN. Kor ('Ity Inllriiiiuy. Ward Nominations. tlKHT W1HI). orscn.M N John Wlirir'nii. School Hoard John llleliwellir. Auhkhsoii David Y. Atkins. BK.COND WAIID. oi'ncii.man .Inrob Kim.. School Koahd J. A. Walters. Asmkhsok Oscar J. Ilcrliigpr. II 1M It WAKI. ( ouncii.mas Win. M. Hippurd. School lioaHn (irorn V. Nniierlh. A.tHKsitoK K. LlniNly. r'OlRTH WAHII. Councilman J. '. Cain. Sl'huol, 11oari W. K. Benedict. Abukssuk Uenjiiiiiiii Hist. ' rUTH WAKl). Councilman School Hoakd William fat ton. Aasha-ioK .lame I-liiiinn. 81X111 WAHU. I oi'xch.man Ji'lin Annul. School Hoakh W. V. Yuii)((iiiii. A-bi:4iiH Orlando r'iteli. UKVKNTII WAKl). ( Ol'NC'il.SI AN John Colhow I'V. School Hoahd N. I Anil. AhKKHSOH (iMirjl! Nl'llll'l't. KllillTII WAKII. I IIN ii.van Janirx Hoyle. School Hoahd .limn. Kenncv. Ashkssok iliw ob Sti'ilian. CITY KXKCI.'TIVK t'O.UM 1 ITK1:. First Wanl John Wiiyini. Second V ard J. J. lielville. Third Ward N'.N. Sfalcy. Fourth Ward Win. llufoer. Fiflli Ward in. Hales. Sixth Ward W. N. I.ove. Seventh Ward (ieo. Neiberl. Kiffhth Ward F.J. Welly. City Election. ' UNSTAIILI'.. r. s. A V. will I"1 !iiimm'U-1 a hii hele) leli'M ahilhlulr fi'l- the nlliee nl t nh!iill man ol'l nml young huint'! null alt'l inrtn lll tllinK" ilime il It. 1. Mill nl h, r hii h IK. We a,' riVMM'-tl' I tl UllllolllM't' till' IKIIIIt' Ol .IUH N O.SAl.l.-llI It as all lllileuMi,ent rilli'li- 1:1 1 1' for till' ollli'.c ol'Con-iliihli- al t hi' iMiMlill ir rli'r lion. Man h Hi. lMiT illl ' We are remiestetl lo annouti-e the name o. W I I.I.I .1)1 Willi- It A I II. a- an I inl) ' n I c t rah liilaU' lor the nllice ol' ( uit.tulile. al tile eUMiilii,' . elerlinii. Mr Woll'vatli liiivniu uniil In i-oun- I rv as a ..olilior. iik tlic vuU'i ol" tin" ritii-n-ol' I jk Inn t'- that otlki'. inairr' Tiltt ASsHwllli. KliiHTll V akii M .1. S'l'KKKKN is an Inilrpi'lt- li'tit raniliilate lor ttio otllrr ol A'm'mi' in tin1 K.iifhth aril inalTi lit Agents for the Empire. Mr. Thomas Si'Iki.jiax and Ciiaiu.ks li. 1,'iiiunson, iiicanthori.ed aftents for the Oaii.y Kmi'ihk in this ( ity. tyijen. s. F. Cakf.y lectures to-nijrht. at Wesley Chapel. Subjvet Temperance. Accidknt. We hear it stated that an em ployee In Dicker's Stone-(iiarry. named Bowers, was severely injured on Saturday last, by the falling of a bank of dirt and jrravel on his person. A ler and arm it is said was broken. A physician was called and the sufferer rendered as comfortable as possible under the circumstances. The Abs. of the Fifth Ward are liavinj; a lively time over their candidates lor Conn nil. Tliey threw off on Urns in their nomiiiatiiiu; meetini;. held in that Ward, and Mutts butttd square against the ticket. This produced a re-butter that brought both i a.iillilates to their knees, and w ill. hull a new man on the t ravin Hi t, the Demo crats don't care it s none of their funeral. Bal Masq,i'k. The Hal Masque at Turn ers' Opera House, this evening, under the auspices of the Hebrew Brethren, w ill be jAir excellence, the liall of the season sur passing all others in ixiint of mugiiiuYciiee and variety of costume. Added to the beauty and variety of costumes, will he the effect of the light shed from the numerous gas jets upon the finely finished dome, walls, and scenery of the Opera House, pro ducing such a picture as may never be seen again. That there will be hundreds there, aside from the Mafqners, to witness it. who can doubt. I.i.oYD & niDAt-x'MiNSTRKLs. This cele brated troupe are advertised for two nights in Dayton, opening at the Opera House, to morrow (Tuesday) evening 2(ith Inst. Of this troupe the Buffalo (N'. Y.) Courier sieaks as follows : "This newly organized troupe of min strels appeared at St. James Hall last eve ning before a very large, audience, among whom might have been seen many of our prominent citizens. The troupe is a decidedly good one. and the crtbrinaiiie was pleasing throughout. The music was line ; the singing was excellent; the clog dancing the best w e ever saw ; and the burlesniies ludicrously funny. The troupe appears for the last time this evening, with a clianife of programme. H coure the hall will be crowded again." licitdLAiiv A daring burglary is re ported to have been committed on Satnr day night last, or rather, we idiould say Sunday morning about tin i i f.uiri !...k by which Mr.Thoiuas lt.Gilli--, nl li.icniy, mid members of his family, lost about out thousand dollars worth ol silver ware and clothing. It appears that the burglars passed down through tho front cellar way and thence up into the kitchen and dining room and other apartments, from which they carried off their plunder. Mr. (jillis, we understand, offers one hundred dollars reward for Information that w ill lead to the detection of the thieves. Advertising. A shrewd business man uuee advertised a trilling article 111 a man ner that would scaruply prove reiuuuera ' live. Ills neighbors expressed their regret at his folly, but he anix-ared contented Tlimioli liin gross sales of the article Jl not cover the cost of his advertising, he at tracted a ncv class of eople to his store, and his shrewdness paid hi in In a very short time, for new eyes saw what he had to offer In addition to the specialty advertised, and uw purses came under contribution to him. , Agents for the Empire. Township Tickets. MAD RIVER TOWNSHIP. Tun DeiHucnit" ol Mail Hlvcr Tow nship linn put In nomination the following tick et to he voted for nt the mailing election: Trnstera, . M SAMI F.I, WltiOIM. II KN H Y I.KWTON, .IOS1II A 0 I KK. Clerk, I,. A. KEMP. Treannrer, Z.O. WEP1H.K. Aeor, C.F.OKOF. W. KEMI. Constable, JACOIl TIl'FY. Instlcc of the Peace, Z. (i.KDDLK. JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP. The licincKratu of JclTcraon Township have put in nomination thn fallowing tioiet: Trustee. MI llAKI.SUr'K, JOHN L.S1IKI.I JOHN (i. UKTIT.K. Cle k. OF.OHtiK WINDKR. Trenail rer, tlEOKOE (JKTTKK. Assessor, A. MI.l.MAN. Constable. A. Ml I.I.MAN. MIAMI TOWNSHIP. The Democracy of Miami Tow nship, on Ihc2:td Inst., organized In convention by appointing F. II. Hoover Chairman, and J. I). Sheehan Secretary, 11. 1. Black Mid Jeff. K. Brown Tellers. The following tow nship ticket w as uninitiated : Trustees, WII.I.IAM r-TF.VKNSON, l'F.TF.U M.liKI'HAKT, t;i:oi:;K McI.ank. Treasurer, JOHN KFJSElt, Jr. Clerk, JOHN' ADAM SCIU'STF.K. Constables. ISAAC WF.I DNF.K, Hill.. H. KICHElt. A ssessor, ISAAC WKinXKlt. F. II. IIOOVF.R, Chr Til. J. D. Siikkhan. Secretary. Miamisui ku. O, Marsh 23, lst',7. State Bounty to Veteran Volunteers. The bounty bill giving to all the re-eti-listed soldiers of this State a bounty of one hundred dollars, was published by the Sec retary of State. on'Saturday, as a law otthe Stale. The law provides that w here n veteran volunteer was ereditetl to a county, or township, or city, and nceived no bounty the trustees of the township, or the council ol the city, as the cao may be. shall issue lor his benefit a bond of one hundred dol Irtt s. bearing six tier cent, interest, redeem able one year after date. In case the volunteer was credited to the State at large, then the Auditor of State is required to issue his warrant upon the State 1 reasury lor the same purpose. lu cases of credits of volunteers oil quo tin of Congressional districts, the counties in the district are to provide lor the pay ment of the bounties in proportion to their population. If any re-e-i'isted soldier, as above, shall have received any bounty less than one hundred dollars, the amount received Is to be deducted, and the bond or warrant given for the remainder. ?TMrs. Bain and her two children one a blind girl, aged three years, the other an infant, were all drowned In a cistern at Flint's Station, near Cincinnati, yesterday morning. The blind girl first fell in. Ile.r screams immediately attiaclcd the mother to the spot, and site, in the delirium of her fright and grief, is supposed to have fallen in. head first, w ith the infant in her arms, in her efforts to rescue the other child. W hen the people of the house reached the scene of this heart-rending affair, the moth er and her two children were dead all drowned together. The husband and fath er of these unfortunates Is now absent from the city, in Memphis. iSTTlie Cincinnati t'.men;i(i, of tills morning, says; Mr. '. Zink, a gentleman from near Dayton, while walking along Sycamore street, near the canal, evening before last, at about half past 9 o'clock, was assaulted by three rutllaus thleves.probab ly one ol whom struck him in the face with metal knuckles. He made a good fight, however, and they llnally left hlin Finn in Cincinnati. Quite a serious fire occurred In Cincinnati, on Saturday night, the act of an Incendiary. The furniture factory of Mr. Reenckamp, residence and stablcs'w ere destroyed. Loss, 9 30,000 ; In suranee $10,000. Local Notices. All noliees in this column will lie charg-mi at the rule il ten cents per Hue for curb insertion. Ten iiiu', one ilav. one dollarten lines, two ituvs, two dollar, uiul Koon I'or uuy length of time. I.i'Ni'ii To-.Monnow. At. the Station 285, Third street. Another extra lunch will be served to-morrow at 10 o'clock. Turtle Soup, Cod Fish. Hot l'ot. and other extras, Mi.rch 25, '07-dlt. CISrAtteiit.on is c alled to thv ndvcrtlftp iiH iit ot II. Si iiw .nr. Clntlimtf -Mi'rcluuit, hi iiu(ttlnTC4)luiin. Rratl it before purch.is na t'lsewlMiii'. fiyif yon want a well lining liidy's Bootee' (iuittr or Bulumrul iiiuiJh, jfo to (tIMMllllHII. iooi Nkwh fob MKWiiA.NTs.-w-Tlie Grcnt Western Dispatch, ut tli suKt stiou of a number of the Ica-liiitf inerrbimts of Day ton,w lllcoirtincnee:.ua Moiulay Alareli 2oth, tn run a uaii.v fkkkjht oak, over tli New Vtnk it Krie. ami X. & O. W. Ititilruatls, from New York to Daylon. loaded only w ith Dayton freight, iumI freight for other 'fioint in lhi vicinity. A this ear w ill come ntraltfht through without layintfover, goods may be pi need In Dayton lu three or four day, from New York and Huston. j.et 01ir l)yto.i uierelmnU uml tiirruhunU of town neur Dayton, iniike note of tills. anil putronl.e tlil fust Hue. I suae II. Kier Hteiul will repreKent theU. W. I)., in thr city. March 23 '07 2til. tSTlfyou want to get a tin pair of Boot wade, go t Uouduian. Xoi ICR. We lire able now to Inform our reader that they ran have Masquerade eostuuu's for next Monday's llall.st No. Ill liain stivet. I. adtes can be supplied with, elegant fostnmes and masks. iHin't fail to ccurc our In time. mar 2.1 '07 dlt. ... - tfA finine building for sale, for Infor mation call at once at Woodhnll's Heed Store, 210 Third strtet. March 21 ()7-l:U - tWlt you want to get your Boots neatly repaired, go to Good man. tTlie best Inducements, yet offered. Who can beat them? Tn order to reduce my 'stock I w 111 offer, for ten days only. Men's Sewed Calf Boots, ft 00; Men's Arctic Rubber over-shoes, 91 BO; Lasting (Jalters, 1 00: good Morroceo Shoes, tl 00; men's, custom made Kip Boots, tl 00. Men's, women's misses' and children's Boots, Balmorals; Polish Boots and Gait ers In great abundance and very low. . mooiiman, i to Main street. Etkrybody. MechaulcSv. farmers, rail road men, and all reading the F.mpirk and Its different advertisement, doubting and anxious to find out which clothing store Is the cheapest and best, we would tell them to call on Mr. Bchwarz. on whose word de pendence can be placed, and whoso cloth ing Is good, well made, anil prices the low est. Convince ypurselves. fe20d4twlt No IJsk in Blowiso. Schwara can beat them All in selling cheaper and nicer cloth ing at the Eagle, lis Main street. Feb. 27 'U7-daw. ' i 'DodsoK's Station" ATo. 2S5, Third ttreet, Thk First of the season. Spring Chickens I Think of that ! Choice Liquors and Ci gars, Meals at all hours, day and night, served up by tho celebrated cook, JOE. DAVIS. Ham and Eggs, Frcali Buttermilk; the best of Native Wine; Choice Lager and Harries XX Ale. Regular Lunches, Tues days, Thursdary, and Saturdays, of Turtle Soup and various dishes of meats and veg etable. March 14, '07-dtf - - Grocery von Sai.k. The stock of Gro ceries, Queensware, Ac, owned by Gebhart & Marshall, In charge of . I. K. Gebhart, No. SI, Jefferson street, togethcrwllh the shelv ing, counters, Ac, and a lease of the build ing for three years from April 1st, are offered at private sale on reasonable terms Also one second-Tiand Stkam Enoink fifteen horse jmwor, In ordinary repair. For terms, apply to the administrators of II. Gebhart, dec W. F. & S. T. Gebhart. or to S. Marshall, Surviving partner of Gebhart t Marshall. March 12. T,7-ritf Wants. All notices, not i xi eudini lour linen, mjIiiI mut ter, uill h inserted in the column under ItiU huii'ling for tu-tnty-fir cnt per riuy. AMERICAN WALTflAM WATCHES. We i liiiiu ;ind are prepared to prove that Die Amerlinn Wiitehen inantifuctuieil at W'attliani. Mauch untitle, u re not only equal, hut fur UW rhr, Ui the watches of Kiiulaml, iiw Itzerlautl uml Krnne. We also, uUhit that they are ('HKATKlt, MOHK At( l RAIK, MOltK lH'UAHLK, anl more eu-sily kept in order ami repaired than any other watches lu the market. Jleo;iue in each oiMiof the r ury niiinerout parti of which a watch in madu up, w attain, by me chdulcal pawer, nearly aor,(fninheni:iticjil pre cision And uniformity, making erery wateh of any one Htyle a true fopy of Its mot! el. I This ttimilarity hi strneture reducca the coit ol production; it e-iireg unllorniity in results; it perpetuates and inallibly dilTiues any excellence that may he oiiec achieved, and mnkett it easy to repuir any iujury tuttaiueU.or replace any part that may be lost or destroyed. In addition to these mechanical advantages, our Watches ure simpler lu structure, and therefore stronger, and less likely to be Injured than foreign watches. How they run uuder the hardest trial watches can have, is shown by the following letters: PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY OFFICE OF THK GENERAL SfFKRIWTKNnENT, Altoona, Pa., lM U December, 1660. OenUtmen: The watches mamiiae,tured hv vou have Ireeu in nte on this railroad Ur several years hy our enginemen, to whom we luruish watcluts as part of our equipment. There are now some three hundred ol litem carried on our line, ami we consioer tnem goon anu reuauietime keener, Indeed, I have great satisfaction in saying your waicnus give us less irouuie, ami nave worn aim do wear much longer without repaint than any watches we have ever hail in use on litis road. As you are aware, we loraimiy trusted to those of r,ngiiu manuiaciure, 01 acknowledges gooti rep. utatiou. but as a class thev never keuttiine as cor rectly, nor have they done as good service, as you ro. ! l-liaei tiifiriitifsi I ni ; I nnrl litr tn v a-til decessor, Mr. Lewis, whose experience extendej over a series ni years. Ke?pectiuuv, KlWAKl 11. WILLIAMS, Atnriatn Watch 0$., Waitham. NEW YORK i'KSTRAL RAILROAD. Locomotive pkpartmknt, Wfst Oivisiom,; KociiKSTr.K, Dec.U4, liM. Gentlsmen: I have no hesitation in saying that I believe the if r eat majority ol Kocouiotive Imiki nuers have found hy experience that Walthaiu W atches are tho most satulactorv ol anv for the ir uses, fliev run with the urealoHt nccuracv uiui steadlnesti. tntwlthtandiur thu rotiuh ridina of an engine, and as I have never known one to wear out thuy must be durable. I hope to ee thu time when Railway t on. panics will generally adopt your watches, and lurnish them lo all engineer and conductor. In my opinion it would greatly it'im io prumous reguiariiy anu saieiy. Yours rt'auuctl'ulK , (JHARLKH WILSON, O Chiff Enginr, Brotherhood or' Locouxitive Kugiiuair American H'tifrA Co., MuUAtim, -V.. Any nf the icrailes of Walihaja Wuti-Jie nuiy im purebiueit of Watch Pealers genui ally throughout the country. UOHHINM Si Ami IU., Ageuts for the American Watch Coirtpany, No. IN9 llroadwuy, New York; i HOUUIN8, aPPLETOSJ, V '., No. 15R Washington St., floslon. Kcb. 16, lWVJ-dMWrawuowamM .. . ' JOHN WEAVER'S KSTATK. "OTICK is hereby given that the undersigned XI lias litis uuy been duly uplHiiuleil Adminis trator of the etui of John Weaver, late of Mont. gJinery l.'ounty, Ohio, deeeitsed. by the I'loliate l.ourt or said rouutv. Hi ll mi, IIHI-dlaKiMtt JOblOl'll WKAVMt. NOTlCli. rpll KunderKlgneil has been this day 'aiipnintinlaiul X uuullllcd by the rrobute t ourl ol Moul robute t ourl of Montgomery ( on my AdiniiiUtrutrlx in the esluteof Austin llulev, deeeHed lluri h tl. lftitf-w&-!IH CATIIKK1N KM A LKY. TIIOMA O. LOWK. OWIHQK V. NiUHMlH LOWE C NAUERTH VttornoyB atXiaw D1YTON, OHIO. n: DCSINKSS TItANHACTKl) IN GEH al A N and r reucu. Ofllt-eovur Uii-key's HiM)kst4r. 8d St. n9wtf F ANTY SHOW HILLS- rurtunlry Mert-hautt, neatly printed at the neat) auii IKK Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Retail Market. CORRECTED DAILY BY JOHN A. MINICK, CORNER JEFFERSON AND MARKET. DAYTON, March 25, 1867. Coffee Six Tt hee.e 4'l rri,lir INSUrrll - .. 17 I PullHO So MiiiLltll ... VII So.ln. Ho t ream Turlar. o ......is 10 tiiit mi . . . . ss no . . .HO .luvs tlrown Hiisar . . . I ifffoe Snr . l.rn.hcil Snjfsr.. . l'owi ereil snirsr. lirsniilmeil Snirnr Orlran. Mnlftt f 1 mi, llrliit Applet til m,ir llon.r svrmi I 0 llreen Ai. e nit . ' Uolu'.M UVSiiS' MiM- ts Vlneaar .'H4IN Muckerel, klttt Hire. ltitlin liiiiii'rial Tc Y II. Tea Ill ink Tea.. IS Whim Full, bill . S HI as Shu iibl. ! ru 4il Flour . .. IS SO 14 so 3 40- W sarin s so .1 IS . 73 i as .1 so . . 40 ...40 t SOS 1 l Sai kt . . -l,i iiiions . . Hnf IteNiia . . . . .. - ., . .STil ilominv . . . . . IS lil iou Pepper. ! Al.pii c. Iti lanitlr surl anilles. llritsUlrvl l.snl Ilutler. y-tt Dayton Grain Market. Wheat, $2 BO; Corn, 4.rirt?.VXi. ; Oats, SS 10c.: Rve. 10; Barley, S0c; Tim othy Seed, $2 7"; Clover Seed, $i 2j; Max Seed, t l 3.V42 40. Dayton Grain Market. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect February 18, 1867. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON. Leave. Arrive, li -vu aui Ka.l'n anil lctmlt KxprrM .10 So p m 7 SO a m Sainlnvky anil I ini'liiimli arc. K:V0pm 7 (IS p m lii'troil anil SinnluBky .Mail. . .10.00 a ni 46 pin I.lma ana 1 hlrngo arc. t:40iui ATLANTIC AND ORK1T WKSTKHN. 10 in a in Kictrn Knprcss 4 SS a ni 11:0 pin tMn'it Kxprest .45nu DAYTON AND .MICHIQAN. 1046 am 'hieaoMatl 4 so a ni SMI pin thli aieo Ai eonimoilatlon m ll:0Upm -.uicugoatnl Hetroit Kxpn'sii StSOjnii DAYTON, XKNIA AND COLUMIH'R. 4:IR-piD havton Ai'eotnmnilatloii 7:'-5pin V an a in r.utern Kxprens 9::i0 p in V:40pm tt'ittsbnl-g hxjtru.ii S:05ain INDIANA CKNT'L AN D DAYTON' AND WHSTKRN. I 10 aia fHUhmonil anil Imtianap. Ki. 36pni S:3ftpm Inilianupolls A Lhiuagu Kx ..tt:l&aln CINCINNATI, DAYTON AND KA8TKHN. 10:08 s m lisytnn Expn'ss 7:110 a m 7:10 p at Night Kxpie 4 :4S p ni DAYTON AND UNION. m m a in Mail 7:00 p in IMS urn Kxpres lU:4aain Leave every morning. Thoe nninit Kast on tlir 9 lOiinil 11 p fn trains, anil North on the II :0S p in train lonst procure tii'kuls before seven o'cluek 1 m. J. L'H. LONG, Agent. Clothing. isniiir I. P. STRAUSS & BRO., 331 Third atrcil. -"phK iiliri'iliei! respectfully inl'unii thecitireiiN 1 of lrtyttn iiihI the unhlie in Kciii'ial. Ihitl thev am mi w p repined loolVir great itidHcetiient f n C L O T II I N G, AND Gents' Furnishing Goods At tlieii kturu, No. Sxl 't'hiril Ktrcet. one ilom- west ul' ltike's Ury Guoil. Eiloie, Our senior partner, 1. 1". Siraus, from Cim iu liuti. is now here, for the puipoM-ol irgulaling our bUrineFs on a eysteinatit priiiciplr, uml tor the purpose tf making this a liit-clii brunch ol our parent eMlablishiiu-iit in t mciiiiiiiti. lie in here for the purpose of oi gauiiug our Mitcsnicii, and giving tlu-iii strict otici n ganling ibeii re lation lit our eur-loDicri. H if here to take a liiou i uh inpection i our "lock, and, by the way, he has, acctndh ki i hn inercaiiUlu eapeiieneus, set it -a rt it I' t -i Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods W h idi he authorixes us to sell almost al Your Own Figures, Low Down, As he is determined to mnke room (or our Mining arrivals. Weetferthene bargains for THIRTY DAYS ONLY. Anil uwmire you ttmt we have madu oticu itiIiic lions in prices that w e eiiunot tail lo Imvu a lib eral cull from all tuoe who aro desirous of buy ing. Tilis sloek, MUBT BB aOIjDi To a alean sweep. Go They Must, and Qo They Shall! Our New & Desirable Goods We effc. to tell nt prices corresponding with present times. Mr. StraiihS is her alto for the uuriMise of mak ing known to the community at large, thai our facilities are far superior to any other aimilar business house for the reaous: 1. e buy oiirlaoods lor I'ash only. 3. We buy our tood in the Kasteru raaikrt di rect from the mills or their agent. a ue have them cut and made bv the most scientiilc Cutter and bebt 'lailors. 4. e have always the latest styles, in I'atterus and Makes. 6. We have them manufactured under the ex. elusive control ol our loug experienced partner,!. auuuii, We receiveeoustantlv fresh suunlies froinour wholes ale houe in Cincinnati. a. We receive thera at piksT cost, not paying A.I mm IT AT Al.i.. H. e don't labor under ueavv exuenseA, y. We are not ui the habit ol miki-euresuntina on r good. io. we nave an our capital ana energies en ployed in this business, and Which is the niostiuiitortunt. we sell iroods with me suiuiicsi proui. At last, he came here to promote the busin by establishing the Ono Price System All our goods will be marked in plain figures, ami no deviation can take place, in adopting this method, it will enable a child to buy as cheap an the most experienced buyer. This is not mere talk, but I'ucU, and we shall substantiate all we say. in conclusion, v u would remark that e will ue t rong eliorts to make lhi A MODEL BUSINESS HOUSE! v that every one who places cmilldcnce in our iniegrny, nun tiimi mat ttu will auiiere to noncst principles, and spa re no pains to give general sat ufacti'n to our custci(., i. t oiinti y iiierehantk will do well to enll at our wholft-alc hoiihe, Uil Main street, Chicinimti. Huspecilullv. ' I. I STKAl'KH A ItHO. IV S Uemember. No. N1 'I hi rd street, liavtoe, Kelt Vi '(tT-IHrlW- uwlv J. r. LKNTZ JAMKH APTLKUATB. LENTZ & APPLECATE. li KA I , S 'I' A 'V K. A O K N T S NO. tttTHIItl 8TKK.KT, DAYTON, OHIO. Have a large nu.Tiberof improved Furins. in va rious parts of tiiis and other Slntes, for Mile . AUo, numerous lots in the citv, i llicit they ofler on fa vorable terms. fell at, 'OT-dly The Family Grocery. JUST THE PLACE TO DEAL. JAMES M'lNTlltK, HAS opened at the new place. No. lun Main st., Uuyton, a larye and splendid stock of staple and fancy ORG O Ti H I E B ! foreign and lioniestic Fruits, (banned Fruits, Nuts Al.o. (luccnsware, llaahware. Htoueware Wooden ami Wlllowware. In shwrt, every article oertaiiiiiiK U a fumiplete Family i.rocery.'1'en.on from J he country are iuvited le iall and examine 'he snack , a'&iwt! Stone Masons' Association. riHIA Atsoclatlon met on the evening of the fllh X Inst, and adopted the old scale of prices which was adopted on tne loth July, lbol, wall the fol lowing iniKtifloatlous : Kor walls, wilb. two facings and mortar, per Iiercb. fU; for walls, with one facing and mortar, tl 70: when Masons work by the day, the charge per day, fa. Bv authority of Marek T, ltei-sU w 1UK fOMKITIU;, Clothing. Railroads. DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD. NOTICE. On anil artorl hnr.d.iy, Julj 111, IBOS, trains ruo on lliU n,a.l as tolloHii Mall, laara DaTUin 7:00 am hxirims, leave DaTton 8:00 pin Kxiiresii. arrive atllnvton 10:4S am Mail, arrive at Kavlon S:40iiu All tiallil conucrt lor lniliunaMitln ilireet. liovSH if K. Hl'IMcKI.N.Superlntenilrnt. DAYTON, XENIA AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD. tllAM.K OK IIMK. Three Bll Trains Kast vl lolnmbu. TAtvuiH 7Vshm from DayUm taU Xiittn CM. Trains run liv l oliimlins time, whlrh Is lOTen minules fu.ter ihan Dayton tune. ThmuKli Heads ran he ha.l for all K.asternl Itles hi railing on. I. I.'ll. l.ll.Sli, 'I'n'ket Au'ent. K. W.W()UIWAHl.iip t. InH 4 I iio-iTinati. nhio Democratic Publications. VAN KVRIE, HORTON & CO., Na. tilt Naaaan Mrcel, M . V.. Publish or sell the following works: YOirm'B IIIHTOHV OK TIIK OIIKAT CITII. WAR In the Lulled Mates, from 11X11 to 1N8. Hy It tl llortou. all Wl illu.lnUi.ui. This liook is adapt ed to all clashes of rcadurs, and given, in plain language, a clear and correct account of the late W ar and its causes, li is me only History puo lished from a democrat in or Htate HlghU stand point, ltiine pp,, with illustrations, 41. NKUKOK8 ASl 1SKUMO 4'3LATKRY I TUU KlHST Atf iNk'KKIOK ItAt-'K THK LaTTKB. ITi Nohmal ( onuition li J.H.an Kfrie. Al. 1 n inrd Kflition.) tine vol . l'Jiint . Pi. HU. lllus traied with Four ( uts. show iiiir the dlflerencc be tween the white man and the negro. I'rtce.fl tW. LKTTKK0 OV MAJOR JACK IXWN !.'. Of the Iow ningville Militia, on "l.iiikin and the War." With portrait of the Major and 1 other capital illustration. Initio.. VM pp., cioiii. 91 u. gOUTHKRN WKA1.T1I AND NORTUKHN PROFITS, As exhibited In Matistical Facts and Ofllcial Fig ures, ity lhoma IMenticu Kettell, late editor ol the "Democratic Iteview ." p. VU. 1'rice, W rti. TIIK I)UKI HC'UTT lKt'lSION. Opinion 01 Chief Justice Taney, with an intnt ilocLniii hv lr J. II. Van Kvrie. AUo. an Anpen ii, containing an Kssay on the Natural History o tne I'roiriiailious llaco 01 maliKinu. v ir. n, A. Cart n right, of New Orleans, rampulet, 4B pp., tjvo. i'rice, X5 cents. HISTORY OF VHK t'MON ANU CONtiTITUTION Iteing the substance of ttiree Lectures on the 1 oiomai, i.evoiutiotiary ami t onsiituuouai i-eri o-itoi Anierican llixtoiv. with an Aunendix. con tainiug tlu. Constitution of the I niled btutt, and (be Yi rgiuia and Kentucky .Resolutions of 18 and ''. liyt.. t iiauncey i.urr. n ice, o ueuis. NOTK.S ON TIIK CONHTITCTION OF THK CNITKD 8TAlK.Jp. With exposition, of the mot eminent stateMiien and .1 initio. Historical and Kxplanatoiy Notes 011 every article. Ity CChauncev Jturr, author of "Ill-tors of tlit! I nioli." tVc. I'liee, U cents. ariuiKNAiioN : The Nohmai. Ui:i.ation of thk K auks- An an itt 'V to "Miscegenaliou." I'rice, aft cents. Am A ik M ausoli a. The prettiest thing, the "sweetest thing," and the most of it for the least money. It overcomes the odor of perspiration S'tlteiis and adds delicacy to the skin ; is a delight fill perfume; allavs headat he ami inHaininalion. and is a necesmirv companion In the sick room, in the mnury and upon tne toilet sideboard. It c be obtained everww here ut one dollar per bottle. Maratogu Kprlnic Water vld by all Olllgiita. S. T. lBtK). X. The amount ol IMaututiou Hit ters-sold In oie yejn Is something startling. They would All nrwulway six feet high, from the Park to Fourth street. Drake's manufactory is one of the institutions of Ney York. It is Haiti that Drake painted all the rocks in the Kastern States w ith his cabalistic "3. T.-18W). X.," ami then got the old granny legislators to pass a law "preventing dls figuring the face of nature," which gives him a monopoly. We do not know how this is, but we dp know the Plantation Bitters skll as no other article ever did. They are used by all classes of the eommuuity, aud it re death on Dyspepsia cer tain. They are, very invigorating w hen languid and weak, and a great appetizer. Saratogas, Mprstiy Water, sold by all Druggists. "In lilting the kettle from the Are I scalded my self very severely oue-.haud nlmost to a crisp. The torlure was unbearable. The Mexi can Mustang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly, and left very little scar. CH AS. FosTk'K. 480 Uroad St.. I'hilada.' Tiiis is merely a sample of what the Mustang Liniment will do. It is invaluable In allcasesof wounds, swellings, spraiul, cuts, bruises, apavil a. etc., either upon man or beast. Ueware of counterfeits. None is gouuiue unless wrapped in line steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of U. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the jirlcaf stamp of lUms RlUNKl ft Co., N. Y Saratoga Mprlnv Water, sold by all Druggists. All who value a beautilul head of hair, and its preservation from premature Imldness andtnrnliig gray, will not fail to use Lyon's celebrated Kalhai roil. It wakes the hair rich, suit and glossy, erad Icates rtandiiin, and causes tho hair to grow Willi I u mil nun beauty. It Is sold overyw here. K. THOMAS LYON. Chemist, N. Y NtiralOKu Kprlnir Witter, sold hy all DruggMv WHAT Iliu IT" A young lady, returning to her couuiry homu after a sojourn ofi few months lu Vew York, was hardly rceogniuru bv her IViends. In place of a rustic, Hushed face, she had a soft, ruby compluxlon, of almost marble smoothness; aud instead of twenly-two. she really appeared but seventeen, hliu told them plainly she used llagan's Magnolia Halm, and Mould not he with out it. Any lady can improve her personal ap pearauco very much by using this article. It can be ordered of any druggist for only 50 cents. Muraiofta. Spring Y liter, sold hy all Druggists. Heiinstreek's iniuiitMble Heir t oloring has been stfndily growing in lavor for tweul) years. It acts upou tho absorbents at the roots of the hair, and changes it to its original color hv degrees. All instantaneous dyes deaden and Injure the hair. Heiiutreet's it not a 4y but is certaiu in Its re suite, promotes Its growth, aud li a beautiful If air IiKKSHiNU. Price Wets. and tl Hold by all dealers. Nurttfogu Nrlujr Uslrr, sold by all Iruggikts. LVOM'i KXTH4CT OH IPftr. -1 A. HA tO 4 (ilNflKH- Por Indigestion, Nausea. Heartburn, fiirk Head ache, Cholera Morbus, etc., where a wanning, ge nial stimulant is required. Its cartful prepanlfton and entire purity makes it a cheap and reliable article for culinary purpohes. Hold everywhere, at ftO cents per bottle. Narainfa Spring Water, sold by al lrIlfUti. 7 M-eowly DEMOCRATie FUClTIi Mil Democratic Publications. Medical. J Life-Health-Strength. Llfe-Health-Strongth. Ulfe-Health-Strength. ,)t T A N DKI A MAHUl'i SPECIFIC PILLS, trcpsrrdhv the Me-leiirsOAaANCiaaJI 'harmMM.nllMs No. 914. "".'jjr ianl, .from the l'rwif.tlnn of i'1. HA' Ui.. k fhlsefrhyelfJli.il to the Il.wpltHi dn A re prep rarli, . I.ecter r Keci"m" 1'AaiB, Slay ft, 1M fivw-i.itMTN:W0 have use! tho 'Nntotric1 niiuln from H IIRI.AMAKKB n iHKniHif. fiuriiiif severs! er pant, in ourprivaU' am! inihlie practice, anu n - Iretle, and etllrlent Itemed v in cases of Hpermator. riiea or nnnnim " ' " - . r. . f'rmantrt r.inissionK; rexom nrnm'ri, r m- jtrxtcv; iHcial IK?rrtgenieius 01 me nervous oyi, lem : Weakness! s arising from Heeret llabitri aii4 Sexual KxcettM-s; ltlaatifm of the t.euital r gans; AVeak spnmj Aib-i iionsol the Kes(' iJme' Hl'ICIa-aJU'. JrM I 1" "( V Ollt , lIIIHV" Olscharges; I'alenes ot the fkin. with bunkea ChcekftHtid ltbMtlle- I.tpn; 'I'hiehed" Kealurcn; Irrt'LTiilar action ot the Ihtirt. ami in all the ahiollr trtiin of .svmptoms arising from over-use, abuses or loss, from any caune, of the Nervous Force. W o earncHtiy anvute ine i-roiettHion, ami an per son, suffering Iroin any iymj4miatic or ryaniQ Afwtinn id the oknito-hinaky 'TKM, 10 use thee Tills. With high respect, we areyours most sinuejely. 1 .1. nr.ti rtrAinr-! 01. v (. 1. Dl JAKIllN. M. 1. .IIAN llg l.KI'CHHK. JH I. Ttittaranciere A iMipont, No. V14, Rue Jitimnani, i-arit. Stnttiru end Htudion$ Occupations, tirifi. Anrietiei, or w hatevfi" tends to impair the Vital Action ol me urain, mirror Arrou isytrtm. ire imentlvHatl lo me nitwi LHitrtitiny ami AeAot ranting lisorders of the Yihii.k Stmtim tVN rffif. t7rtfptM snl Litv-ytrt, therefore, wb erf especially liaoie lomee v eaKneKes, snou 1 it koi 1 promptly to JR. Dklahakkk's hutiFiu Iili.h. A I'Hmphlct eontaliiitig full particulars, w'l Directions ami Advice, printed in French. Ger man, MutnUh ami Knglish, aeiionipaniee each box and will he sent, bv mail, free et cost, te any er w ho will w rite for it. Prior, per Hoi( or SI Rests for fj Hold by all the principal Druggists, or will 'mi sent bv mail, cwfv tealtd from all obtervaUon, on receipt of the hpeciflcd price by any authorized ngetit or nv ine sum uenenu Agcnu ior nmerica, OSCAU t."MoShs A Co..i(7Coi tlandt Street, New York. A uthoriKetl agent for ia ton W W , 4'l KV All I all enters by mail promptly at tendetl te. oiJlilaweowIy-4 - . VEGETABLE AMBROSIA 13 THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE! rry-rteadel People have tlielr looki restored by it to tlie elorA, tuttroui, iMen tratet of youth, aud are happy I Young People, with light, faded or red Hair, linrc these unfashionable colon changed to a beautiful auburn, and rejoice I People vliuse heads are covered wltii DundruJT and Humor; use it, arid have clean couts and rloar and healthy aealps I 3 5iil,l-T Itacle,d Veterans have their remaining locks tightened, and the hare spots covered with a luxuriant growtt of Hair, and dance fur joyl Younn Oentlemen use It became It Is richly perfumed I . ' Young Ladies use it because it keeps their Hair in place 1 Everybody murf and fill use ft, because it is the cmmiI and 6"t articleia Uis, market I vrf . For Sale by Druggiato gwrallj. " C. 11. FLINT, Uaj ton.O., Ukkkhal Wiioi.ksai.k Aokm FOK OHIO1 At Wholemilo, by . W. STEWART, .No.02Main at., iliH.m DaY'lOti. 5j Sj 5j S Sj ALLEN'S JTJlSrQ BALSAM TUKCiltKAT ItKMKDY FOU THE CTJRG OF CONSUMPTION AM) ALL ItlbKAhJCB OK THK I lt,b. Xtiie result ok its use is a prooi ol its great value. The extraordinary heat- mg urouerniui. oi iui rcoieuy arw experiencea lif airthoso who hnve usei it. Their testimonj wli lm found in a pamphlet, wtiloh can be had of the agents w here the medicine is used. tUHGHH AMU)I.DN, howeverdittrMsinsr, re broken up in an incredible short time, hy reusing a apeeille inlluencc on the Lungs, so Hint the matter and phlegm are easily expectorated. Al.l.KN '3 l.UM. KAI.bAM contaias no opium lu any form. It is perfectly hanute for the4.be most del irate child. CuNhi; AJI'l'I VKS would do well to read his Treiitike upon Diseased Lungs. teHis a good remedy. Try it. Vor sale by the i roprietorb, J, IS. 11AHKI4 & CO., cinoinuati Ohio. i'rice $1 per bottle. Hold b y Medicine lealer ttiruughout thu city and country. ootSldawtl' DR. STEVENS & CO. lIUVATEDISEAiSKS CCHED IN THE shortcbt K)Msihle time, at the Cincinnati Lock Hi pital, itO V alnuT struct, between Huh auilhlxt up (Lirn( without the use of Mercury,, lu of time, or chunge of diet. Dr. bThVKNs, by special study and experience in the hospitals of iiultiinore, London ami l'arii, is enabled to gunriauU'e a curt; in the mui cotup ruled tuMi, Itccent cases of Guiiorrht nur hvp(: cured iua few days, without change nl diet, hindruncu from business, hecomlerv i-yp)iliiH lis lust vcntigo eradicated without tile tio ot lie cury. V ictlms of self-abuse and excchitivu vmiui v. ah fl feriug from bperumioi i hcu, itud loss ol physie aim uieiuai power, luuigcbiion or Cuuktipailfti Eruption!), Nervous lough, ilypochondns, sir are treated for Liver Complaint, 1 sppta, Consumption, by ignorant iiien, who misiHketb uflccts lor the csusuk ot the evil, and thus u-iJ pi V iHjtll. Atari umI men, and those contemplating niarria g should rt'sltuu vigor u their ImmIics and mind.s,u Ihcy en lull uiikciy and disease upon thou ui lb piiaturily. inenes peculiar to femiilea treated, A ci guarrunlced in all cases. 1'eisout. al a disiuu piomiaiy cured, by atldresing, u it li htulcmrnt t cae, Dr. bljfc.V KiNb A CO., liaO VV alunut bttwei dih aud (ilu streets, Cinciuuuli, Ohio. Ollice hours from 8 A.M., ,u 6 1 Sundays t tl A. M dm-lyd (1UNTA1N8 AlL THK UM('aL VIMll'-H W J Pine TrMt Tar. W in-of 'lr uret ConsiiDtpticn t'olite Hon- Ihrost anil Fresi-t, Hroi.chH, ilni Oipihrin.OrHVf?l. Mdhet, h and liteafeottnr Ktrt iu y and Hlxlder and olhr enm plaint . sold by lruggits and 4roe-re throughout t United Mtai-t nt ot )j tfl.oo botile. W. W. NTKWAKT, (iBMBaai. AaenT. He ware f (tunUi lei Oeniuun have'Wme ot Tar' blown od txittle. ortvotf Fe EVER AND AGUE. The remedy to cure and prevent this diswaM I)K. S. O. KICHAIiUSONVS SHERRY WINE. BITTER The celebrated New Kngluud remedy for .laundic Fever and Ague. Cieneral Debility, and all diseases arising from disordered at Hu nch, Liver aud Itowels. "Thy are ned and recommended hy leodlng phy slcians of the rutiuti y, ami all ho try them pj utiiiuce them iuvaluublc. irico tl per bttlle J.N. HAKKMACO, Cincinnati, Ohio, propri etors for the W enter u Htutes. HOLD BY AT L aWDIOlHI DkALKk. oetUdawtl mmm