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THE )AILY EMPIRE.
Local and Miscellaneous. Notice. uli'rili'i to tho H'f ?m)lr, linn Hid nl ir re rtolivnml In lh rlty by tlio rrrlci, inuit pay I" tlinn at tho rUi of rurfiiy ttnli -r Agents for the Empire. Mr. TiiomahSnf.i.ma mid Ciiaiii kk H. Hobinaox, Rtriuitliorlzod aft')! fr tlio DtiLT Kmtihk in tliU City. Sihakohcii. We lrnrn tlint Stiukowii, wltli Mmlninc rnrrpi. nntl other, will )rlv a graml conorrt ut Ttiriiera' Opera House. In thin city. May II. tfTCulvlii W.TIinniM wim von tinned h 1'oKtiiiiistcr at (-'lncliinull, on Sntiirduy. lie m lung been "iikk'I In tlie banking bm- Ihcah, piinsiesseJ H II tit) liusini'm capnrity. uml In alwnj J a genial, nfl'uMu (jentlrniaTi " HT Tlit-re wan not mueli doing at the Mayor's Court to-day only one case to re eoid, and we nretruly glad to chronicle the painiiy of tliln (da of Item. Tlie ease n 11 ml o, I to a a rhnp up for being drunk tlietimml fine and cost as-emed and paid and tlic fellow '-let slide." St'lciur.. Wo learn this morning that on Tlmrsday last IWnjamin ( o m, of Iteaver ( reek townnhlp, hi Green county, eoinmlt tod guli'ldo by hanging lilinself. We arc told that Mr. Cover lias not been of sane mind for some time, and that this is the seennd attempt at suicide. Hy There must be a mistako somen here. The elerk of tlio weather must have ar ranged his machine so as to get the days mixed up, for w care having some real Simon-pure March weather, this 2'.'d of April At any rate it Is more blustering and cold than some of the days of last March. It may be there U a new hand at the bellows, trying his wind. Tin MiLUOMiltKM. Th heirs of the "John family" arc to meet lit the l'liienU House, In this ity. on the 14th day of May, on w hich occasion I hey w ill tell each other all they Jointly nml individually know about the numerous millions now awaiting a call. Andy Spang, tlio very prince of caterers, has already Issued his bill of fare for the occasion, which w ill be one of rare interet. JV We are told that a little fellow, son of Mr. Kendall, of this city, got a fall yes terday, while playing, that broke his arm. It always gives us pain to chronicle such accidents to little folks, for It brings to memory again the many falls and accidents ofoiirown childhood days when iu the very bight of oHr enjoyment an unlucky fall or blow, suddenly changed our joy ami mirth to pain and tears. Soda For. main. We dropped into MlN irk's. corner of Market anil .lellVrxon, this morning, to take a look at a new arrange ment for a soda fountain, o constructed as to answer for bar-room or parlor purposes, and manufactured also as a Kirtable foun tain, to bo used at picnics. It is a little too cool yet to Indulge much In soda water, but the warm weather Is coming, and It Is well enough to be prepared for emergen cies. CiTA man says to us the other day, "what do you have so much about Sciiwakz and the Kagle Clothing Store, in your pa lur for?" We replied that Sciiwakz knew the value of printer's ink, as he himself would have been convinced had he been with us the other day, and seen Scliwarz' store tilled with customers to such an ex tent that four clerks cowlil not w ait on them. Sen wait advertise" liberally and therefore lias a rush of custom, and heme is bound to sell hU goods. .Itit go there once and ce for yourselves. - .- 12T lias any tiling been heard of the a-r-axslu of Mr. Tate? The reward otl'ered is ipiite liberal enough to tempt some de tective to try his baud at ferreting out the would-be assassin. It is true Mr. Tutu Is rapidly convalescing, at least we arc so In formed, but it Is because of his good con stitution and the skill of bis physicians. and not from any kindly intentions of the party who shot him. The man who, being wounded us Mr. Tate was, could crawl from the place an the bridge where he was shot to the place on the levee where he was found, and then survive such a wound, must be a man of powerful nerve and great endurance. lirsiNKSS is Hi'siNKsM. The piles of boxes, barrels, kegs and sacks, that are being tumbled upon our sidewalks in front of business houses, and the rumbling of drays along our strecbs is some evidence that Dayton merchants are doing some thing; and we think might do a great deal more If they would advertise pretty lib erally. There is nothing like advertising to secure business. Men may laugh and snap their lingers, but printer's Ink is of incalculable service in the way of securing trade and selling goods there's no rubbing that out. Those persons who have grown Immensely rich by the Rule of patent medicines, hare done it all by advertising. If any business man doubts It, let him try It and convince himself. We have our eye on one firm that believes In it, and they understand themselves we have just fin ished for that firm eight thousand circulars and four hundred full-sheet posters. They understand their "biz." and will "make it pay" OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. It costs something to be -h-k, particular ly hi Masslllon. The Jlrj.iiUku,- -ays a gentleman was taken tick at a hotel in that place, aud was unable to reach homo for seventy-two days. His hotel bill, includ ing medicine, was fifteen hundred dol lars. Who ib thk Ckleuhm r. The New Alba ny Ledger tells of a profligate young wo man In Harrison County, who ran through a remarkable career of vice, winding up with the becoming the mother of a healthy uegro infknt. She then reformed and went to Ohio, where she married the Honorable Mr. . Ou a recent visit to C'orrydon, the happy bridegroom learned the history of liii wife, and abandoned her, w hereup on (lie relapsed. A very lubberly black pin was expressed from Detroit, the other day, which attract ed considerable attention ou the route over till bio Central road. It was, very prop erly labeled "Horace (ireeley." Horace will probably look on thai news Item as a hnri. Kihki tiik ( oi'NTHV. The dwelling of Mr. .mlcrtu, about two miles from New Coinerslow n, Tuscarawas county, was con sumed by lire ou Sunday morning last. The family were all at home, but no one knows how the lire originated. l.os about J.0l. A lire in Cleveland, on Wednesday mor ning, 17lh Inst destroyed Sliappce's groce ry store, and rendered several families homeless and almost destitute. The loss i about fl.(MH), partially Insured. The Katou Iteglster says that Hie An dreas Hansen, a Norwegian, who has been tarrying a week In Katou "to fulfill an en gagement of thu heart, as Is rumored," stands 7 feet T'v Inches high, and weighs Jlli KMIIlris. A $'MtO horse w as stolen from Mr. Sam'l Howell, near Springfield, on Thursday night last. Three spruce young negroes are depredating In the vicinity. One ex plains the other. Some of the friends of (iencral Schenek assert that he has retracted his determina tion to allow the use of his name by the Negro Suffrage State Convention as a can didate for Governor. The itadical leaders like rats, are shy of a sinking ship. Iiayto.n in Ci.kvki.ani. The Plain Drill er, of Friday, affords us this item : Captain K. C. Kllis, Dr. H. K. Steel, and C. Ilerchel- rode, K. M. Davles the Police Commission ers of Dayton, accompanied by W. D. Illekhani, of the Dayton Journal, uro in the city To-day, looking Into the workings of our MetroHilitan police system. The Police Commissioners of this city are do ing the honors of thu occasion. Brother Hick, will tlx things, no doubt. How lucky are our Jieople. in being reliev ed of all care In the selection of their dav and night guardians! I'p at Cleveland a rascal standing near the ticket olllce of the Toledo railroad, on Wednesday snatched ahaudful of change bill and postal notes, to the amount ol .11 that w as handed out to a traveler, by the ticket agent. The scamp was successful In getting an ay with his booty. On Saturday the Mayor of Cincinnati Issued his proclamation orderingall owners of dogs to have them muzzled from that lay until the expiration of five months. Those interested not complying with the proclamation lay themselves liable to ar rest, as they become law-breakers. The hpdrophobia season is fully upon us, and too much care can not be exercised in tills matter. To follow suit, In that line of precaution, wouldn't hurt Dayton very much. l.iiiKUAi.. Van Amburgli's Menagerie, at Cincinnati, will devote tho proceeds, of three different performances, this week, to the Southern lteliof fund. A most i-hrNt-lau example. The Western Keserve (Ohio) Lhnmicle says a family of huge dimensions moved Into that section a few days ago. It con sisted of a father, mother and twenty-three children. A Most I'm'LKasant Situation'. A St. LoiiU paper of Friday has the following: "Some days ago a lady named Mrs. H. W. Whltteuiore. arrived in this city from Franklin, Ohio. She stopped at a hotel on l'ourth street, but falling short of money she was unceremoniously ejected from the premises. Mrs. Whittemore came to St. l.ouis to meet her husband, but through some unexplained uccident she fulled to do so, and having been robbed of her pocket- book containing all her money su board the train, she was placed in a most em barrassing and painful condition. Fortu nately she encountered in her wanderings i kind lady who. being made acquainted with her story, furnlshi-d her itli lodging and every tiling necessary fur her comfort.'' William I'll il li. lather of Judge Jacob Flinii. of Cincinnati, died at his late resi dence near l'hiinville. Hamilton county, Ohio, on Saturday, In the eighty-second year of his age. Tho deceased was born In Wood ( 'utility. Virginia, and landed at the mouth of the Little Miami I'ivcr with his father when three years old. He was one of the original pioneers, and died in the same township in which he first settled. He was a man of herculean frame and great native good sense. A Massachusetts paper has the following: "An Ohio merchant died recently, leaving a fortune of $10,000 to his atlianceil w ife, provided she remains single until she is twenty-four. This lucky heiress has been for two years an operative iu the I.yinuii mills at Holyoke, but is now residing with her parents hi Now Salem. The remains of a man, supposed to have been a pedlar, named Kelly, -have been found ou a farm In Orange Township, near I'omcrov, Ohio. A coat, stocking, table cloth, thread and purls of a memorandum were found near by. Local Notices. All mttircs in lliis column will In-rhtii'tfivl nl t lit; rtUunt' ltn vmiti per line fur euru Inserliuu. Ten lines, one ilay, one ilulliir ln linrs, two itt k, tw aollar.. uml o un I'or miy IchkIIi til time. Kater Sunday Suit; beautiful to beholil anil mueli nicer to wear, eau lie liail at the Kajrle C'lotliiii)f Store, lis Main street. April 10 tST(io to Scliwarz ami you will e,et the worth of your money Iu well iniiile uml beautiful clollilnt'. April IU t"I have taken the liberty (bl-tlie-bl liberty In ey taken iu tliln eoutry) to Ih ll)ht your numeroua reailers, whicb, ac- onlln to Prof. Agaz-lz, ure the deseenilautH or aseeiulantH (I don't know exactly wlcli) of that monkrel race In Africa wlcli he ex plained were our forefathers, to let every feller know that (iutmau'a Hut & Shu store they eau by cheeper than any where else, ami where they gettreetg aconliug to their 1'ile. I eau sell cheap case 1 feel like clo iiijflt, ami II any other Shuster gets riled about It I can help It. Cuiueoue, cuiue aul, l ume lurK unit rmitll, Ami 1111 yunr bauu Witt tuUofstHUipk. Kor KofMl prime guuU. In UooU Hml Hliu.' With kptied ilu ItiiHlu TuiiuoUiunu'. plai-, 111) Main ttrvul. DuyUin, O. - tWAttentlou Is called to the advertise ment of II. Scuwiiiz, Clothing Merchant, In auothercoluuiu. Head It, bvforepurchas- lag elsewhert. Sri.KNiun Disri.nr. Passing down Main : street a person can't help be attracted by I the splendid display ol clothing 111 front 'of the well known Kagle Clothing Store, as ulso Inside the large and spacious room, filled to the top with the latest of the sea son. Friend sdiwarz knows well what kind of clothing to keep, and how to please his numerous customers, hence the dully throng at the Kagle, 1IX Main street. April 111. . ItnicKi Ai ms' Ham.. The Bricklayers of Dayton, w ill give a ball ou the evening ol May 1, 157, at Turners' Opera House. Ticket) $1. A general Invitation is ex tended to all rcsvootablc people. April 17, '(17-ws Fn-rr (iiiiut Wantkh. Fitly girls are w anted at Won- & lino., ;tOH Second street, to make cigars. apr20 '(17-illf. ItK.Movicn. Mrs. M. Clark, heretofore established at Wheeler A Wilson's, takes pleasure iu announcing to her many friends and tax) public generally, that she has re moved to the spacious second-story rooms at the southwest corner of Main and Sec ond streets (formerly the Franklin House), where she will carry on tho most complete Dress and Cloak-uiakiiig F.stablishuient in the city. Seclal attention paid to the manufacture of Kegalias for societies, a number of samples of w hich can be seen at my rooms, Returning thanks for the liberal patron age extended to me at the old stand, I re spectfully solicit and Iiom for an Increase of the same at my new rooms, corner of Main and Second streets, entrance No. 51 Main street. M. Ci.akk. April l,'(i7-:it-ThSa.VTu. tUPThc largest stock of good clothing and the cheapest in the city, Is at the Kagle Clothing Store, lis Main street, three doors south of market house. April 111 Local Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect February 18, 1867. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON. Leave. Arrive. 5 (H ft in Knt'n himI Detroit Kxprens .10 M p m 7 tt m Sandusky ami ( int innntl lire 8 VO p in 1 5 p m Potruit ami Sttiiilusky Mall. . lU iNl a m 9:46 pm LtAia ami C hicago arc 6:4Upin ATLANTIC AND UltKAT WK8TKHN. 10:10 a in KiiMern KxpreHH 4 M am 11:00 put fNiKlil Kxpre :4bpiu DAYTON AND MICHIGAN, I0:?r,aiu (htcaKoMafl 4 Nl a m GrfMlpiii t hji itfo ArcoiDllHHlatluil . . . . It :30 pm 11 :0U p in t hit-ago nml Detroit Kx press. . fl :60 p m DAYTON, XKNIA AND COI.t'MHUH. 4 (Ml p in iMivton. Accommodation 7:16 p in V: a in hafttem hxpre i::to p in 9:40 pm friltihurg Kxpren 8:06 am INDIANA CKNT'l. AND DAYTON AND WKHTKHN. 8:10 a in Klchinoiid and Imliunap. Kx. tt:3A p in JJ: 16 pm Imltuhupolh A hii-Hg-o .x ..V-.lSam CINCINNATI, DAYTON AND K A HI Kit N. 10:0Ham Pavtott Kre 7:00 am 7:10 p m Night Kxprcok 4:41pm DAYTON AND UNION. to :0ft a iii Mail 7 :0U p in H:45ujn Kxpres 10 :4b am Leaves every morning f l'hofce going'Ktiat on the V :40nnd 11 p in trains, ami North mi the li ofip in trtiiu iinut procure ticket! before seven o'clork j in. J. L'H. I.OMJ, Agent. To take effect February 18, 1867. Democratic Publications. VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO., cSo. 10 Nimku Ntreel, ! . I'u1ilili or null the following work: youth's iiihtohy of thk ukkat civii. wak In the Tinted Stuteh. from lUtll to 1HI15. Jtylt.U llortou. With Mi illustrations. 'I'hU hook U adapt ed to nil I'ltifises of riradui k. and gives, in plain lunguugtf, a cluar and correct uci'fMint of thu late War und it (.ami'i. It i Hie onl v History puli lidied from ft Heinocrntir or Stute'Kights utitml poiut. lrtino pp.t with illustration-., 4 Hi. $1 M. NKtiUOKB AND NKUKO VI.ATr.ltY : l ilt KlHHT AN ISKk'KIDH KACK TlIK J.A'l l tK, ITB No KM i 1. 1 UN UITI UN. JlyJ. 11. Van Lvrie, Al. 1. ( Third hilition.) one tol., lvino.. pp. xty. II Inh umed nli Four nth, how mK the ilifleienre be tween the w bite mitn and tiie negro. Price, $1 U. I.hl I hlltf OF MAJOH 1.111 OOW.M.NU, ill' lln' 1iiu ningvlllu Mililin. on "l.ii.kin ni.it the V Mi'." With imrtriiit ol' II. i .Miooi', ami 7 othpr iplliil llliisti-iilioiih r.'inu.. 'i.. I'lolli. $1 60. HOI TIIKII.N WKAI TII ANU NOKTUKHN I'llOKlTB, Al I'Vlilliili'd In Sliilibtii ul Kni'U uml llllli iul tin iiri'i. It I'lioiniiii ri-i'iitu-c Jvi'tli'll, Itite eilltor ol Hie "li'liioi'i':iln' mivit'U . I'l'. rril-e, Micts THK IiHUIl Ht'O'i r UKl'lHIUN. Opinion in t'liii-r JuAtlft) Taney, with an intro ililctlon liy Hi'. .1. II. Van Kvrii'. Al-o. mi Aliiii n li,iMintiiiiiiiiK nil KhMiy mi the Natural History ol tun I'ron lialhoiin kt'U ol' IMitiikiiul Itv lir M A t artwnghl, of .New lhli'un. I'uinplilel, 4 pp.,u. i lieu,; wccilts. II1HIOI1V OKTI1K l;MON AND CONSTITUTION lleiiijc the milistaiiee of three I.eedireH on the Colonial, Kt'volnlioiiury ami Coiiblitutioiial I'eri oiN ol' Amurieali History, w ith an Appemlix, eon tnltiiliK thr CoiiHtitntion of the I'lliteil Htnti'H. unrl the iritiiiia anil Kentucky Uesolutiomi ol' 'Utt ami i i . i iiaiim-ey iiurr. I'ru e, aa cents. NOTES ON THK CoNBTITl' l ION OK I'll K IM I KU HTA'IKS. W ith expositions of the most eminent statesmen ami Jurists. Historical nml K.plitiiatorv Notes on every ui'.iile. liy :.( haunce, liurr, aiithorol "History or the tUl inn," Au. price, bit cents. SI I11IKNA ITON : TlIK SOU MAI. Itll.ATION UK TIIK ItAVKH All swei- to "MisccKelial ion." Price, cents. CrailTIl FEEUC4TIG5 ICE o Bargains ! Bargains ! ! KOll JtAKtiAINS, (ill TO Dar8t's Store, No.;84 Main Street, Attheolil staml of Durst A Kuel-ly. Durst Is si.iiiiik oiiviiin enil ru Mill K 111 111 ess l.onils w 1 1 noil I reyuril to cost, itleacheil ami I. low n Al usliiit. ut verv low prices. A. 11. 1AK.H1'. Feb. a:l, lwn-Ua3in Xj. MAKKGIiAF, Importei of HHEIN WEIN And dealer i n CaTAWBA WINE, No. U7H Third Mtroet, jyMit IDnytou, Olilo, BUTLER HOUSE, HAMILTON. OHIO. D.F. KIIKV . Proprietor jalllwtr PIICENIX HOUSE UIIKD BTKKKT, DAYTON, OHIO. A. HI'ANU, AiCUt. m llllS IIOTKI. HAS KKCKNT1.Y BEEN opened, and is prepared to accommodate travelers ami the public generally in liie beststyle, luWJ-dlm InsL IIANCE POLICIES ii BLANKS Noatly punted at the KM I'l HK sum in Jolt Hoomi DllAV TICKETS, 4c. Htatl urlnteaattan lUI'IUB bfiuni fvvitim Wants. All nnttci, not excelling four Unci, olid mat ter, will b Iniertwl In tho column iun1cr ttili hfavlhif for txrtnty Jtt0eemt per lny. Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Retail Market. CORRECTED DAILY BY JOHN A. MINICK, CORNER JEFFERSON AND MARKET. DAYTON, April 22, 1867. (.'off ttietM-. n Java i rrarkiTii . . irv llrown KiiKnr 14:1 It. Slur, h Ill ( offrt Hntfar i, lii-ligo.. $Wi fill I'riinhi'il Annar i Minl'ler Id I'onilcri'il hiiKar. mi Soil !fll liraiinlntril Huitar Vfll'ri'ain Tartar Nl irli'inik MnlanBea l i Hrldl A ppli a t k III Hnar lloimn Myrnp 1 ymurcen Apples hn $1 Sft rtorKlinm MoIkii m4ft' Mnikeri'l, No I IK Vinegar arx l Min knrel. kitln (1 ft mi l, in What nh, x lihl m Unl.lli" . (AlSnlt nlil HOI Imperial Tea .. i'J'1 1 4U Hour 14 SO 1(1 U0 Y. II. Tea l 4U,M aeli4 II M) UlaikTea t (Hk I (Hi Hack . ..115 t amllrf HtMliilDiin.. 7n Hlar I iimllel 'VHHcami fl 2i lirli'.llleuf 9f lloinin . 1 wl I. aril 16 (irain I'epper 4tl llulttr .N Alplee 4(1 Kggt ir Dayton Grain Market. Wheat, li (H); Corn, 7riM(le. ; OatK, btrfa) 57c.: Kve,$l fid; IJarley, blic.(i'$l ; Tliuothy Seed, ;i 2"i(a3 60; tiover Seed, $T2 00; Klax Seed, $2 5(1. AMRICAN WALTHAM WATCHES. Wa claim and are nepared to prore that the Amerlran WaU-hcM m a mi fact u red at WaMham, MaMNMrhtisetti, are not only equal, hut far supe rior, to the wattheiof KiitflanU, hwltzerltiiid and Krani-e. We also, claim Uiat they are ( HKAI'Kit, MOHK Attl HATK, MOKK nUKAIlLK, and mom easily lnvptin order and rt?iai red than any other watrhei In the market. Hecnue In each one of the very numerous parts of which a watch In mad tip, we attain, by me chanical iower, nearly afrfoTufemathematical lre olsionand uniformity, making urcry watch of any one Ktvle a true copy of iti model. ThUfthnilarlty In strneture reduces tho rot ol production; itiectires uniformity InrenulU; It perpetuatci and infallibly dittum any excellence that may be once achieved, ami make Itoay to repair any Injury mstaiued, or replace any part that may be lout or destroyed. In addition to these mechanical advautatfe, our Watcher are simpler In structure, and thereforo stronger, and Icih likely to be Injured than foreign watched. How they run uuder tho hardest trial uatciicH can have, U shown by the following let tern: l'KNNHYLVAKIA RAIMtOAII COMPANY. OFKICE OF THE IlKNKRAL Stf PKKINTKSnKNT, ( A i.toona, 1'A., l&lh December, lboti. ) (itmtlmmtn: The atches manufactured bv von have been iu use ou thi railroad for several yrars by our eugiuemen, to wlioiu we lurnih miu lx ri part ol our equipment. There are now some three hundred of tfiein earrlt'd on our line, and we collider them gtNHl and reliable time keepers. Indeed, 1 have great satisfaction in xuyiiiK our watchcK give un leti trouble, and have worn und lo wear much louver without reuuin) than iinv watches we have ever had In use on tills road. Am you are aware, we formerly trusted to those of Knf(Hh manufacture, ol acknow ledged (foot! rep. utaiion, but a a el us t!icv never keottiiue ui cor rectly, nor have thoy done us good service, yours. in tnese siawmeiii! i am siiMainen iy my pre" leccHsor. Mr. Lewis, whose exnerience ektcuded overaserici of years. Ue-jiccti'iilh- cun aiu ii. v i in, 1 1 .il', General ituperinttmt -nt AtHtricun Wtah (.' , W'.tttham, "NEW YORK CENTUM. It A I l.llu A I). IO0OMOT1Tl DKPAHTMHNT. W tM IIIVIMIOS I itOCUK3Tfc.ll 1 ' i'l.lhMi (Jenttsmtn: I have no liebiini iu in tint Uiat I believe the irreut matorit l.i.cniriiilMr Knifi- neer have fouml by experieiirt,- that Waltham n aicnes are me mosc sitiisiaciory ni any loruteir uses. 1 tie v run with the irreitte.t accuracy nnd steadiness, notwithstandiiiK the rough riiiing of an engine, ami a 1 have never known one to w ear out tli v y in ii be duralde. 1 hmie to tc the time when Kaiiwuy ( oiuiiunies wilt ireueraliv adopt your watches, aad lurnish them to all engineers and conductors. In my opinion it would greatly tend lo promote regularity and safety. lours respecuuiiv, til AKLKS WILSON, U. Chief Knytnemr, Jirothurhood of Locomotive KiiiuceiH. American WaU Co Waltham, Afa All) of the grade- of Wallhani Walcbct may be purchased of ut. b heulcr generuily thcouhout the country. IIOHIIIM A' AfHIllTin, Agent for thu American Watch i ouipauy, No. M Ilroaduay, New York; or, If llf IIINN, AI'IMJ'.TOK, A No. Wasbinglon SI., H.-toii. Feb. 15, 1S)1-lIM VKuveo.1mW4 rKTITIUX KOIC PAHTITION. Superior ton it of Montgomery County, Ohio. No. 37H'J. Levi Tlbbs, Catharine i'khhs, and Joseph Jones and Havis Joues, by William r'alkncr, their Uuariliau, e. John Weyhright, Daniel Weybrlgbt, Josepl) Wey brigiit, Iteujaiiiin Weybright, J acob eybrigiit, SHinuel Weylirigbt, Klizaheth Weybriubl. Lli. atieth Wengcr, Samuel Wenger, Karuli 1'uler haiigh. ticoi go I'utcrhaugh, Amanda tldwiue, J'antel (MUwine, Kllabeth How man and John Bowman. IO Jolm Weyhright, of county, Marvl ind, 1. lMu.iel Weyl)rigbt,iIoM'ph Wolriglit, (lenja min Weybright, and Lluabeth Weylirigiit, ol Montgomery eounly.Ohio, Jacob Weybright, Lli -ala'th Wenger, hamutd Wenger, or Miami couiitv, t ihlo, Hamuel Wey briglit, Surah riiUTliangli, (eoro ruterbaugii, Amanda Oblwine. laniel ( ldu i ne, Klialielb Itow in mi mid Jolm J low man, ff Uurke county, Otiio. You will take notice that a petition watt 11 led iigiiinst yiu on the IKth day of Man h, lHii7, in the superior Court of Montgomery county, Ohio, by Levi Tibbn, ( atb urine Tihhs.und Johepli touch and Itavls Jones, by William fralkncr, tiieir (jiiardiiui, und in now pending, wherein the sui.l Levi Tihh, Catlmrine fibbs, and Joseph Jones und Mavis loncK, by William Falkuer, (uurdiau, deiuund partition of the following real estate, lo-wil : sit uate in the county of Montgomerv and state ol Ohio, to wit : Tho northwest tiiutrler of scrtion II It eeu (t:). of township five (5), and range live (:), eixst. contuinlnir one Hundred and sixtv acres of land, mere or less, and Unit at the uvxt term of sai't i ourt, t ne sam icvt j inns, catiiarinc t itiit, and Joseph Jones and Davis Jones, by William Kalkuer, their (iuardian, will apply for un outer lliut partition mav be made of said premlMih. LKVI Tilths, C A T 1 1 A K I N K Till BH, WILLIAM KALKNKIl, tiuurdiun or JOSl'.l'll JONKS and DAVIS JONKS. D. L. Mkrkitr an I Adam Clay, Attornevii. March W, lntVMIto-i(H NOTICK. 1KNJAMI MKTIIKIt, whose resilience U I unknown, is hereby not ill mi that Sarah A. Metherd did, on the 5th dav of April, 1W7, llle her petition in the Clerk's Olllce of the Court of Coin mon 1'lcah of Montgomery County, Ohio, charging him w itH willful absence from the said plaintiff for more than live years past, and praying that site may be divorced from suid Denjaiuin Mctherd, which petition will stand for bearing nt the next term of ( ourt. SAItAll A. M VTll hlth, I.ko. V. Nai kktu, Att'y. npiH tnwtt-31 DAY TON WESTKUX Tl ' K M 'I K K UO Al rplIK stockholders are notified that a dividend or 1 one dollar per share has been declared, ami w ill he paid on the Hint day of May. at Campbell A till more' ottica, iu Katon, and May 3, at the Second National Hank, in Dayton, and afteruardi at my otiti c, U miles w est of Davton. on said road. April lli'U7wa-ai O. tf.Sill VKLKY, Treas. Al'STIN MALEY'S ESTATE. NOTICK !s hereby given that the undersigned has this day lHeu duly appointed and quuli 11 ed as AdmliiistraUirtle bonis uon of said Austin Maley, deceased, late of Montgomerv ( ounlv, o. THOMAS LLI1Y, Adm r de' bonis n.m. J, II. Bauuutt, Att'y. MarttU tttdlwH-tto " admimsthatok's noticeT rplIK undersigned has been (hit dav appointed 1 and qualilled by the 1'robate liou'rt of Mont gomery County, Ohio, Administrator of Catharine UV (HI arc, laitJ 'i wkiii;, rmru Ai.nl O tiTwal i'ETKU A1.1.K1 IKIIIIAIIT. Tir.ANKH orallkiuUi, urlutod with aaaluaw anil prompt' a,at Jul a.jnrinai ttaain Jobttoomt Dayton Grain Market. Circus and Menagerie. THE LAST GREAT SENSATION AND MONBTKR rnWfll M ATIOM OP 7.001,0(110 A I., OltNITHOLOOICAI. AND Cl)t'IHTHlAN WONDERS OF CREATION. Dayton, Wednesdny, April 24,1867 Iocntiou, Itacou.bet. Hainbridgc and McDonough J olixr noljiiiHoii'H (iKKAT C'O.MIMNATION CIRCUS AND MENAGERIE, Fnrininga grand Slock Knterprie, consolidating TEN SIIO "W if tlrst-rlas- selection, iu one gr:ind alliance, pro. during the most stupendous display of Wealth, Talent and hvperience ever seen iu this country. - Tlrti MAMMOTH ZOOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT ls'com posed of the curious and rare Antmaln or AsU, Afrlciiit South Amcrlrn Including OrnltlHdogical selections of the most beautilul specimens ol MtKKIliN JtlKI'N, forming the most extensive collection of WILD ANIMALS IN TIIK I OUNTItY, siipiHirli'it liy The Largest Company of Equestrians IN AMKItlCA, llllinhi'riliK ir,o mi:.v ai xiio lmiis i:s, InrUlilillK 50 PERFOliIliES 5 I..UIV KtirKSTKIAN'S.ill'OI'l'I.AII CLOWNS KnaliliiiK the niHiuiKi'iiiciit to pnnllii'O 8TAHI I.I.M1 ACTS OK llllHHl.M ANSIII I'. JIAKINCI tlVMNAHTIC KXKI1CISKS, Hl'r.t TACI.t S 01' OKIK.NTAI. (iltANI)):t It. 'itli Dm munt iin7.1inK s)il'inliii-. -- IIO Alt!) Ol' IHHKCTllllS : I'ri'sl'liMit Suii'riliU'iiili'iil itllsllll'511 .Mlltlltlfl'l' Si'i:rt'tni'y.. . Trriwiirrr lliri'i'tur nf Atiiifi'ini'iil, Milii-al liiri'i'lor . Ililiiri'' l.t''liiriT. (iriii-nil Aifi'iit . lifju'r nl' the Ilisli .JOHN ItlllllNSON .1. V. KKlllNsoN, Jr V . II. HOI (ill .IA.MKS ItlllllNSON . li. N. KIlKINMiN .1. tt II.SON TIIDS CA.NIIAM . ili-.l AMI'III.I.I. .11. M. M'KVKNS I'rof. (i. W. JOHNSON Features of the Ten Shows : I. ItolUNSON'SfiKKATCOMJIINATION SHOW I.ivinir Willi AiiiimiU uml Kiiiii.'triilii Srlrrtitilis t. WO.MlltiLll'S MKNAtiKUll''. InTwn l'artt Zunl'iii'iil mi'l Ornitliiiliiirii'iil from Iniilun. ::. Mulls. IKANCOIS IIOVII'S I'liritiiin Si-liool 111 I'.'ll I'llll'il II'II'M'S. I M. aihii. en CASTILLO'S Itiiliiin Troniio nl' K'liu-iiti'il Iii"., iMimki'v ami (inntii. i .Miiililuie liKltl'ltl UK Hill XAKIKS hjm ciiiltv, u ith lii'i- nianillri'iil ih'ii nl' I'i'i-l'iiriiiiiiK Lion, "llrrn." "lon." "( riii-i'r" ami 'vKiiiii." II. WILSON'S AUSTRALIAN (iyiilimi-tii! Al lilliiri'. 1. SLO.MAN'S SOl'TII AMLlilCAN Vailikvillc (.'unitiiim . K .1.1'. IIOIIINSON, .Ir.'s, Srlmiil for TrainiiifC llurMi'n. . J. I). A. HK.MINt; WAY'S t'olli'itiiiu iil'Naliri; Aincrii'.all Willi Aliiltuiln. Ill li. W. JOHNSON'S IVlToiliiiim Lli'lihant "Knilil'l's-." - In the .iiiiliiKii'al lii'iiai'liiii'iit will lie I'imiiiiI -A. Herd of T,riis, A FLOCK OF AUSTRALIAN EMEUS, -A-ITorl oi,lorciipini's, Nativen of Africa and Asia, of the genus Hvsttiv of l.inua uH, with nines or itnillo three itet' ioii-. imported al the liiimlitiis miiu nl f ti (HHI. heing lite only herd ever on exhibition, furnishing the inoM beautiful Kidtjcct for the study of the naturalist. The Performing Elephant, "Empress' Introduced by Mr. -Ioiinuon. Prominent among the attractive talent of the Arena uro such Ai lists as M'lle Al.K'K, Madame M mi a hit, Mr .Ions ' ii.mos. Mr. .1. MelMiMirmi, M r. (J. N. Hoiunhon, M r. .Iomn Low row, tli Tolite 1-ocal t Utv n : M ile Khawkh, Madame ( kkt nr i K, 1 1-. John' ICimunson. M r. GU. M.OMAN. Nig. AIHILI'H ItHANIHril, Aiueii) an Humorist uml Mr . I" hank liitBissos, ( o n par excellent nml Modern (irinuildi ; Mr. Aki:uik a m fii v 1. 1 , Time honored lispener of Wit and Humor: The Nonpareil l.tw in, Mr. I. Eft in Vti.i.iH. - Grand Gratuitous Exhibition. A l.orgeous A ncient l'ligeant --The t irmid ( hai lot of Mart, ohtM'on and Ailiilles; Living Lions in open Oens of Ool'l and Itrone; Knights and Ula diatorb, in armor of ancient Itouians, as esi int to the glittering and cotl oi iental Louipages. 1 hit Kraud and imposing proces-iou will he preceded y Hie chariot ot Oberon, containing Xhos. Canhams DPEHATIC 1M SILVER STRING OIlOHESTnA, (H'twi'illy llrht-rlaan M lliit'iuiia. TWO I'KIIKOHMANI l.s-At I aii.U oiluik l u lyM'liu rriu'esiimi will entiT lliu rity ttt ten U'cliiek, ADMISSION (im, Cbllitrea iintlor leu yeum yr,e II. 11. TKVl:.i, A m ill. April 10, 18(17. ' iik tW'Jl Medical. i vt If nit t ri isro's VEGETABLE AMBROSIA IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE I CJrny-lienclccl I'roplo harn their lm k rnalorril I'.V it to thu dark, luitraut, tilkrn trenn of yoitlli, nd aro linpry I Vounn People, with light, faded or red Hair, ' linvc thmo uiifiisliiiiniiiili' enlnri changed ta ii In atilit'ul unburn, and rcjuice I Veojilo whole hemlt aro fovereil with handi vff and llumort, uno it, and have tkaii ro.tn unit clear and healthy icalps I - I lnll-I l-nlMl 'Veterans liav lliuir ri'inuininir lotka tightened, and tint linro npiilii nivcred with a luxuriant growtl nf llnir, nnd dance for joyl Vouiii? (ientlemvn uso It becauaa it l rii'lily perfumed I Vonnil T.adiet nae it became it keep! their llnir In placet Everylioiljf mul and frill vt it, became it in tho 7yinM and bttt articlin the iniirket I ID For Sale by DruggUU generally. V. II. FLINT, Dnjton.O., (iKNKllAl. WllOl KPAIK AOK.N1 FOU OHIO1 Al Wliiilcnali', liy W. V. HTIiW A KT, No.'2 IMaiii St., llKCU lilllW lM'ION. t$ 5 "5j 'Sj & 65 5$ ALLEN'S TIIK OH EAT HKMKIIY KOll TIIK (CHKOK CONSUMPTION AMI Al l- t'thkAMiH OK THK IVUHti. TtIIK liKSl'l.T OK ITS L'STC IS A proof of iti great val no. The extraordinary heal ing properties of thi remeily are experienced hy alllnoe who have iifcd it. Their testimony wif he found In a pamphlet, which can he had of tl r agent.s when! tin mediciiie it used. ( OUG MM AM) t.ol.lfw, however distressing, aie hroken up in an incredihtc Kliort t iiuc, by caioiiiK n Hpecillc intluenre on the I.iiukn mi Hint tin- mat it r and jddcgni nrv eailv expn torati il, ALhKN'H U'iNti (i A I.SAM emitaliia noopiniu in any form. It in perfectly hannles. lor the tin mom ilelicate child. (JONSIIMI'TIVKS would do well to read his Treatise upon Phrased hung. toy It it a good rented v. Try It, For eiile l.y thcTroprletoi,.!. N. ilAHKIH It CO., Cincinnati Ohio. l'rieefl per hottle. Sold liy Medicine Henlei throughout the city and country. octstldawlf CONTAINS A I-1 j THE MKDIt'iI, VIMll-K OF Pino Trer Tar. Win ol 'lar enref f ( tiMiii. tion ;orn For Thioot At'.d i it n't, Urott Into-, rd n Dipthcna,(iravt. I i:d t li ni ti .n-RM t- o; 1 1 t Kio- fyanl Bladder anrt othn ct n. l tt. Kohl by IruguistN ,.nd rt tit throiu'ttci t t! Dnitud 8tatet f t oi ly t l.iih t oiile W. W. S'l KVAKT, r.KKii4t. aarhT. Ilttvt r of lotiiitri-f ri Ucinnine havfl,4Wine ol 'f ar" hit wn vt ntatl. cti'oti F EVER AND AGUK. Tho remedy to eure anil prevent thm iltcei.e DK. S. O. KICIIAKDKO.VS SHERRY WINE BITTER Thu celebrated New Kngliind remedy fur .Inui. dice Fever and Ague, Oi-neral Dehility, iumI all disease ui ing from disonicrcil Mom acli, Liver anl Jtowels. ,7 They are used and recommended hy h ading phy aicians of the country, and all ho 1 1 y thi in pio iioutice ttiein in viihuittle. Price, t per lollle. J. N. HAIitllrt t cu., i. incinnnti, t hto, i r prl otort. lor tin- Wi -ii tn si:ite.. HlhP in A I, IWI-.HH INT l !,.U.MIS. Oct I dnwt.l 3Ei Jlk. Manufactured TOBACCO AM CI OA US. Trade .Salei-roonifi, HlliKY 8'1 1U.KT, mai Itinud way, New York. (i kntlkm HS : At the volicitntion of manv Iriendft largely connected in the i Oil At Lt THA1K, who have long felt the necctily lor regular AL'tiTioN and CoiiMiHHiON Tkauk A.:rl, ilcvoleit exclUHive ly to the dlhpoHil td' LEAF and Manufactured Tobacco. And t igarn, we have inticli pleasure hi announc ing, that hnving given the mutter our caielul ton sideratlon, and heiug sit tU lit d thai the trade re. ipiircH mh'Ii itu establishment, w e have eimmenccd hninehH at tlie aliove HildrehM, (h'temiincd Hint ii'tthiug r-h ill lie w anting on our part to liet-crvo tlie Jutt'oimit ami i'onfltlenee Of all w ho nt:iy favor us w il h their support. One of our Urin having devoted many yen is t cliihividy to tlie glowing and niiiiiulucl ure (tl To h.teco, iti thoroughly converbant with the liuhiueNH in all its hram licit, nnd every endeavor will he made to realize, lor till good cbiiHgncd to u, thu h'r.i market rateM. We have taken pre iiiIsch In luiinediatu pioximi ty to tlie largcNtTohucro ami ( igiir leiilei in this city, ho that our halo. w hu h w ill he held regular, ly every Tuesday and r riduy are cei tninot heing fully repreKciiictl uml attended hy thei'raile. Particular attention given to Shljment 4n Jloini. All ( 'ONHIl)NMHNTH W ill he OFFKHKD On the IUHK- niATKl.Y ai ictt niMi sale davttid prompt jctiinn inadt! with remitt.iiuccx. All nurtic6 luvortng u with their consignment.-, willohhge hy marking the ( attes with their pri jte Hunk, no that the tame may he hamuled, and HLtl in separate lot, and torwarding with the let ter of advice THE LOWKST LIMI For which the Kama may ho sold, together wl I 1'ohtottico nitdresi. (:onigneebl in khlpping to uh, w ill ideuse mark all u-e . 1. V. tl Co., JO Vey i.9 r." We are, Gentlemen, Your ohetllent berriuits, D. DOUGLAS CAULKIKS & CO. II. UIII UI.1H CADLK1NS, D W. COKU1N, L. B. CAULIINU Iti'l'i ri'iiros lir i ritiii.iiliin : Williuin J. Ktilt A t'n., HI A 1TB Wti'liiiiKLnii t., N. Jiik. Nvmini: tun. Iniiiirliir 3'.l Jluuvi r fct., N. Y - Vrnm ii A. K.ly, l'..i., Mum it , N. V : linn. Win. JIuim, nf ( liiruiin, l.ii'llt. Onv. nt Illlnuin; ll,m. t-illllllll AtiUin, 'i'i-iiiuiliiiu, Kin. O J. IlKlllNdKK, Asi'lit, No. Ill, W iiiuuu'a lllilliliiiK. .lilli l Mili kt , liiij lliu, Ohio. Mairli 113, 1Wi7- 8iu-!io NEW FURNITURE and CHAIR WARE-ROOM, Jn lleckvl Hall, 74 Je ffi rMtu Street, SAl TUIt, O., Where we have o v e n e r a new lin k of H UN 1 1 1 UK or Our Own Manufacture, Krum the tipat miitcrla I uiid latciit PtyluH. M'ts In Titu lliu piitiliu to Klvo un l ull. aiul-liliil J. M.bTAKKftHON. Rare Chance for a Splendid Bargain; VHP. A l! TIKI' I. ( linnitH'r Ki'UolOnk Kiirnitiiro, I'liiikixliiiK nf ('urvi'il lit'ilhtt'iiil, Miirlilt' 'J'up llnri'till, Wh.Ii 1st uml, (.flili'u 'I'ulilu, Kiiny thall'. Oriliuury (ii.'lti'H. uml ltiirkinu-( liukr. Will tm inld nt a trniut riiliii'tluii uu ilikt t ; only hi'i-n in iilHiuttwoiniiiitht. Ailili-i'fB l,oi-k llox ISO, or call on C. U. MtMU.LKN, l'lilllln llnubu. lobtO m-dtr