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ROBINSON (k SHEWARD, Kilitora anil Proprimora. aar week (arable I Carrier;. .. SO f aaallt par aaamn In advance...! ou Professional Cards. WILMER H.BELVILLE, ATTOBNBT-AT'LAW, DAYTON. OHIO. Ulf rlt!E Narthaaal Oarner "I I.Ira auUdnwHu. J. J. BELVILLE, Attorney a ; J a w AND NOTA.UY PUBLIC. UfrlJKI .sja II Jtfornot. alraat, opposite the ro.toilice, mH wl.ii liAYTi.OIIIo. ODLIN & CAHILL, Attorney! ni Counselor, at law, f."f"'' " ""' UATTON.OMIO. E. THOMPSON, -A.ttorn.ev and Notary, BlTTOS, OHIO. Will attend "to all busiskss atrusted to him with diligence, promptness, and omce on Third street.o.er Laha.i.bo n g store. , T C. L. VALLANDICH AM, Counsellor at Law, DAYTON, OHIO. ILL PRAOTICK IN THE SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. ce Warntan'. new Coa. building. ouuusiwo" ' FRANCIS C.BICELOW, Attorney-t -Law DAYTON. OHIO. ,.uur liill,1inir.ui)li0Mi Jultf Poit Offloa. .ivimill W. HOUK. JOHN A , .M'MAIION. HOUK McMAHON, ittorneys at Luw, DAYTON, OHIO. Often Ha. tit Third Struct, Hast of Main. Boms-tia Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Dr C. McDERMONT, Surgeon General of Ohio. orUCB-coaNEn tiiibu and wii.kisso.n 8TB EK8. DAYTON. OHIO. DR. E. JENNINGS, Pott Sura-eon Camp llennlson, offers his sov vice as H.IYSIOIAN ANUSDItOKON. to ttie olttion. of Dayton and vicinity . riCK -H. ftl Lualaw Mm beswoesi a assdatls, Wbere be may b found at all hours. Rererenees-Drs. J O. Hoora.J. ''"J:"' Mletrieb. aeiMW-an Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER & BPIELMAN, ,813 THIKO STHKUT, DAYTON, O. Ark prbparkd to s e it v k UCTIONBKH.in country and city, or will ml -j. K CHRI8ro,.nKR,ni,M DAVID tLAItH. tebtl-wtf Aurtlonpor. Auctioneers. Business Notices. f Doctor , STRICLAND'8 I TONIC. DYSPEPSIAJ Dr. Strickland 8 Tonic Is a concen- rated preparation of RootB and Herbs, with antutelu ana carmini.i:o n....w.- K..m..h .nil nprvoUS SVSU'lll. It Id certain remedy for Dyspepsia or Indlg.-Rr tlon. Nervousness, Loss of Appetite, Ac in ty of the Btomach, Flatulency anu uei in y .ixnhnlliv therefore nnrticulHrlv suited for Weak, Nervous, and Dyapopt.; persona. For sale by all Druggists everj; where atf 1 per pottle. Dr. Strickland's CUKE FOB PILES. PILE REMEDY Hal cured thousands of the worst cases of Blind and Bleeding l'iles. It gives imme diate relief, and etlects a pernianani cure Trv it dlrectlv. It Is warranted to cure. For sale by all Druggists at 50 eta. p'T bottle. Dr. Htricklimd'M COUGH MO MOKE. MELLIKLUOUB COUGH BALSAM It warranted to be the only preparatio' known to cure Coughs, Colds, llourseneyi Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronic Coiil'Ii. Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup, li lng prepared from Honey and Herbs, it healing, softening, and expectorating, an i.artlnularlv suitable forallaft'ectious of th throat and Luugs. For sale by DruUs everywhere. lno C. W. LOWE, W boleaale and ru tail Trunk Manufactory, Ilaa rainoTad to MU.M9TUIBO 8TUKKX DAYiU.N.OII LADIES' TraT.lIng Trunks. Oantlemfn'. Tr.iv- .Una Trunks, valisas und Traveling hup. Uonnat Boxes, ato.. ol' bettor ma.iutalnro a id tower prices than they can be purchased in I'm Innatlor als.whera. Work warranted mW-ily city noTaaXa, Corner Third and Basin streets, Hamilton, o. B.r. CHl'KCHILL Proprietor THIS popular House haa recently been remodeled and thoroughly renttod and renoMttnl, aud Is now opeued to the publio under new uiih plees. It Is conv.uiently located to the husine. portion of the city, and Is near tho ruilroad dei'ut. Vo pains will be spared to make it the llrt-cltik house of Hamilton, u.nnibushos run to and lioin alltralns. Uood stublinir on the premises, iullillf Who Wants Bargains. iVt A RT I N B O M li E H li K It, It E A I. JtSTaTK AGENT, DAYTON, OHIO, has fur null'. Twenty Houses and Lots ranging I't-oui $Adu to IS.IWI. a i.lM six farms three in Dnrke, two lir Mont gomery, and one in Vau Wert County. The undersigned can always be found at the Ohio Insurance Office, when not out on bluiuu.s er at the Post oulca corner. Buys and sells property. Terms liberal enrUtf .. . PUBLIC NOTICE. UUKSU AST to law, notice Is hereby itlven that X THOMAS J. B. BH1TU, A . n A1.TASS, I. I. V.L. .Mtiinn.M r.lulUlW. HOUK. U. It. HlR. MAN, APAM SHTDlia, H. '. WOOUSl'M, 1. A. Hul 'iaoMAS O. Lows, John Iiklvilli. Albkhits Usiom, Joan bao.uarr, Uivnis uwtkh, b a m u.n and John McGI.WAlt.hafe axoulatcd to torm an iMuoaANCi tuurAsr lnr the imruuso rst speoined In section of the "Art to r.-tnilutu Insurance companies," passed April 16. Ir47. mid with the carporale rights ami powers coulerred by said act and the an or Miiy 1, its; mo emu i pal oflloe of said oompany to be looated at Dayton, Montgomery County. Ohio. Hayton, May 1. IWIThUIW o ARD8 AND BILL HKADS aatlyltirlnMd at the tUI'lllK eiearaiJob Koom VOL IV aily Umpire. DAYTON O. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 18G7. NO. 199. THE BASIS OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT. Htnuheil, That the several Statescompolng the I'nited Mat i'!,, are not united on the principle of unlimited submidon to their (ioneral liovern ment, hut t hut by compact, under the style and title of a Constitution ol tho tjnitod HtaWs, and of amendments thereto, they constituted a General (Jovcm incut, for special purposes delegated to thut (oternmcntfrtain dcttnite powers, reserv ing, each SCtte to itself, thu residuary man of right to their tielf-gorcrnuicnt ; and that when ever the fiMierii' liovernment assumes undelega ttd power, its nc.ut are unauthoritative, void, and of no force; That to this compact each Btato ac ceded K4 a .St tile, anil in an integral party, its co HtatuH tunning, ih to itself, the other party; that tho Government created by this compact was hot made the exclusive or Hnal Judge of the extent of tin) powers Delegated to itself, mce that would hnre inndft it discretion, and not tho Constitution, the mo .Hiiro of it pwers; hut that, as in all other cases of compact amdnu powkh. having NO COMMON JIDUK, BACH FAKTT 11 AH AN SU.UAL R1UHT TO Jt hOK FOR ITHKLP, AH WRLLOf t N I-K AC TION AH Of THK MOnK A N U M K ArJV K ft OF REDMlHS. The Fir$t Kentucky Xstalution o 17W. Democratic State Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR I ALLEN G.THURMAN. FOR HfcU IKNANT UOVkJt.NUK: DANIEL S. UHL, of Holmes. KIR TKKA8URKH : Dr. 0. FULTOX, ofCrawlorJ. fob auditor: JOIIX McKLWET:, Of Butler. FOR ATTORNKY GKNEHAI. : FRANK II. I1UUD, of Kuox. FOR JUIK4K OP 8UPRKMR COURT ! THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. FOR CON THOI.l.KIt OF THKASL'RT : WM. SHEUIDAX, of AVUUuma. FOR ROARP OF PUliMC WORKS AHTIIL U ULTOIlES,orCuyHhoKa. News by Telegraph and Mails. , Gold clowd in New York, yesterday at 137. I The Maryland Stale Convention meets at Annapolis to-day. An order lias been Issued by the Chief of Police in New Oi lrans, Hutliorbine tlio ne- jfroea to ride In any of tlie street railroad car. The tailors !' London have signed a 'treaty ol alliance' with their fellow- ciiiftsiiK'n of I'aris und lirusHels. The debt of the city of Ht. Louis has In creased about a million of 'dollar in two years, and now amounts to $5,071,500. The Kansas City Journal says thut thirty outlaws have been hungrd by the Vigilance Committees In Johnson und Pettis counties during the winter and spring. Hon. Samuel S. Marshall, member ofCon gress from tin- Eleventh District of Illi nois, died at bis residence, in McLeausbor- ougb, about the first of the mouth. Tho , shipments of gold from Australia during March, amounted to 111,760 ounces for England and 64,000 ounces for India. In a political discussion In Campbelltown Georgia, last Wednesday, W. J. Camp shot Dr. F. M. Howard and Henry Brock, In flicting wounds supposed to be fatal. The exhibit of the receipts from internal revenue from July 1 to April 23, of the last present and fiscal years, exhibit a falling oil' of thirty-three millions. According to Mr. It. H. Dana, the debt of Massachusetts is about $28,000,000, and the aggregate debt of towns of that State is about 27,000,000 more. There were two large llres In Rochester on Friday night and Saturday morning. Loss, $120.000 ; Insurance, $45,000. The 34th anniversary of tiro American Anti-Slavery Society was celebrated in New York yesterday. Wendell Phillips was the chief speaker. Resolutions were passed calling on Congress to impeach the President without delay, and tuvoring con fiscation. Thos. Gabei heart, a notorious guerrilla, was taken from jail at Campbellsvllle, Tay lor County, Kentucky, and bung by a mob Monday. The remains of several- children were found In boxes and colllns by some la borers digging in the cellar of a Louisville house. Wheat Is scarce in Nebraska, most of the grain having been shipped lust fall. It commands $2 0 per bushel now In Omaha. Some contracts have already been made there for tin next crop at $2 05. The City Clerk of Qulucy, Illinois, It has been discovered, has been guilty of some defalcations, and false vouchers to the amount of $4,700 to cover them up have been already discovered. Three young men, numed Ilallcnsburg, Buchanan und Lanly, have recently met dentil by drowning, in Minnesota. One of them went out dock . shooting on Pearl Lake in a large sap kettle. A tornado struck the propeller Sarah, la Mississippi'Soiind, on the 1st lust, sweep ing uway her cabin und upper works. A number of persons were lost, niuong them Miss Jennie Tlbbetts and Mrs. Jones of New Orleans, Mrs. J. E. O'Ferrall, George Jones (pilot), James Galulian (clerk), and Charles Mettee, of Mobile. The Labor Movement in St. Louis. St. I.ouis, May 7. The meetlngof work ingmen ut the Court House lust night was very large, eiitliusl.isllc, harmonious aud uuict. ine loiiownig sensioie resolutions were adopted : Jiuolveil, That tho workiugmen of the city or rt. I.ouis. in council assembled, do here declare I hat we are determined, as luw-aiiding citi.cns, to enforce the law making ei" ht boni s a legal dny's work, and that we will accept a reasonable deduction ol our wages. Uextl-eed, That we will discountenance any attempt to enforce the law by any I in proper means, believing our cause too just to Pe carried py any ou.cr lorce man moral suasion. More Indian Troubles. l, Klowas are on thewar-nalh, bavinir broken the treaty recently luado with Gen. Han cock. They deolaro for war to the knife. lien. Hancock sent word to them " You shall have wur until every warrior cries stop I" Troops and supplies are daily going for ward. The scurvy prevails among the troops on the plains. 0 HECKS. BKC EIPTS.Ac Neatly printed lUiu JCMPIKIC BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. Washington, May 7. It is not true, as f;lven out. that Chief Justice Cbaso will be u Richmond next week to presldo st th trial of Mr. Jeflerpon Davis. He will not leave the Bench ol the Supremo Court un til the close of the present term, on the 20th of May. He will then be occupied for sev eral (lays In concluding nominations for Registers in Bankruptcy. The 7ime' special says General Grant, having ordered an Investigation of the re ports of tho 111 treatment of soldiers and prisoners at the Dry Tortugas, they were found to beslieer fabrications. Gen. Hooker has been granted leave of absence for one year from the first of June, owing to III health. Ucn. John C. Robin son succeeds him In command of the De partmental the Lakes. The President, tins afternoon,' directed the Secretary of War to lsue an order on tho Commandant at Fortress Monroe, to surrender Jellerson Davis to the United Slates Marshal of Virginia, wbenhe proper legal process shall be issued by tire United States Circuit Court. i The receipts at the United States Treas ury to-day were $3,631,345 : puvinents, $2,- 242.303. AnioiiK the vounir men selected bv the President as Midshipmen, to enter the Naval Academy, was Duncau Converse, of Ohio. , The Impeachment Committee will open up the Booth diary affair. Colonel Conger who took the diary from Booth'4 body, is here to testify In that particular, and It Is Intimated that the eighteen pages which appear to be missing from the book, were cut out while Booth was at Dr. Mudd't house, in lower Maryland. l lie it usiiii.gton agent ol the Adams M- "press Company testified that the- rompany lorwarueu pardons to Alabama, from par ties here, marked $300 cosh, on delivery to the person to whom they were granted. me registration ol voters under the uni versal Suil'rage Act is completed in this Dis trict, and the whites have a majority of 845. This leaves the result of themunlaipulelec tlon In June In doubt- both parties claim ing the victory. It It estimated that at least three thousand white voters declined to register. in the court ol Claims, vesteruav, opin ions in favor of claimants were rendered in five eases, some of them of twenty und thirtv veHrs' standbier, and awarded the claimants in the aggregate one hundred ami eiglity-luur thousand dollars. VIRGINIA VS. WEST VIRGINIA. The case of the Stite of Virginia versus West Virginia, involving tho right of the latter State to the counties of Jellerson aud Berkley, through which the Baltimore and Ohio ltnilroad runs, came up in the Su preme Court yesterday, and was argued by Mr. Hunter for the old, and Mr. Bun. Stan ton for the new, State. There Is involved In this issue the validity of Governor Pierpoint's Alexandria Gov ernment, and its right to act for the State of V lrglnla (luring the reDelllon, ana con sequcntly the legality of its action ceding these counties, asalso the question whether Virginia is sufficiently a State in the Union to bring such a suit. Among tho passengers to California from New York last week, was a party of young men on an important survey lug expedition to a section of the Rocky Mountains and ' the great basin westward. The work is to be prosecuted subject to an order of Con gress, under the direction of the Secretary of War, acting through Gen. Humphreys, the Chief of the United States Engineers. The party consists of a number of scienti fic young men. When the party reaches California, they H ill joined by a detachment of 20 or 30 uvuln men detailed to act as tlieir escort to the i vim. te mountainous and desert re gion to which they are going. The section to be surveyed is a belt of land about 100 miles wide, near the 40th parallel of lati tude, between the 120th and 105th degree of longitude, or in other words, from Virginia City to Denver City, a si retch of 800 or 800 miles In length. From Europe. [Per Cable.] to-duy, was convicted of high treason, by special commission, and the prisoner Clark was acq tut teu aim aiscnargeu irom cus tody. McCatlerty was louinl guilty. London, May 7. The government has accepted the Liberal amendment to the Kc form Bill, providing for longer franchise. Notwithstanding the preliminaries look ing to the preservation ol peace, France and Prussia am both rapidly arming. This course is producing distrust aud alarm iu financial circles here and elsewhere. Liverpool, May 7 Noon. Wheat No. 1 Milwaukee red, 13s. Od.; white California, 14s. 6d. Corn, 43s. 9d. OaU, 3s. 7d. Evening Corn declined 3d. since the opening, and Is quoted 43s. for mixed West ern. London, May 7. The Reform demon' st rat Ion in Hyde rark on Saturday was an Immense affair. It numbered at least oue hundred thousand persona, embracing roughs, gentlemen, women, .children aud working men. All the troops In London and vicinity were under arms, anu a large lorce ol po lien was concealed in a secluded part of the park, and vehicles were ready to convey them to any iolnt in case of riot. Fifteen separate meetings were organized, at one ot which woman spoice in iavor oi ic- male suffrage. The Reformers advocated order, and practically curried out that idea by driving off the trees of the park the roughs who had perched in their branches. The entire press denounces the course ol tue uoverumeut Telegraph Miscellanies. Baltimoke, May 7. The City Council decided adversely on the application made for an Injunction to restrain the city pas senger cars from running on Sundays. llic-HMONU, Va., May 7. There was a large meeting of negroes to-night, who were addressed by Haywood, of Massachu setts, and Marsh, of Virginia. Both favor ed confiscation. St. I.oi'is, May 7. The frost last ulght made ice In some localities, and It is said much damage lias been done vegetation, especially early berries. Nkw Urlkans, Mav 7. The street ear question la settled. The Chief of Police Issued au order forbidding Interference with negroes in any car. The steamer Young America, from Iudl anola, for New Orleans, went ashore on Salluro Island In a gale last Saturday. The crew were saved. The cargo of cattle was mostly lost. CuiiAUu, Muy 7. Tho most of tho eight hour rioters iu this city have relumed to their labors upon such terms as they can secure. Iu a majority of cusca they are working upon the teu-hour system. It is thought that a young man named Robert Cooke, late ticket agent of the Pitts burg and iort ayue Ituilroail, perished In the flames at the burning of the Mer chants' hotel. He was boarding there and has not been seen since the lire. II tn vii is, May 7. The greater part of the plantations south of here on the river are overflowed. Planters areiu a starving con dition. The Pennsylvania Radical, Hon. D. Kel- ly, addressed an audience bf white and black Radicals this evening. In Greenlaw's Opera House. The crowd was quite small. Lolumbus, May U. The f uml tommls- slonera have reduced the Union Loan of 1S0S. $172,500, The amount of said loan yet outstanding is $4H0,573 13. They have also redeemed, during the months or March, and April, or the Loan of 1800. $22,450, leaving outstanding of that loan $r5,HU2 87. Nkw York, May 7. The block bounded by Fifth and Madison avenue, and Fil'ty ninth and Sixtieth streets, which was pur chased for a site for the grand hotel, which Is now abandoned, sold at auction to-day for $3115.550. Lots cost $350,000 eighteen months ago. . Thirty-live horses were .suffocated to death by a lire In the stableof J. J. Halscy, corner of Broadway and Twenty-sixth street early this morning. Chicago, May, 7. Tho hew city Govern ment was inaugurated last night. ' The Mavor in his massage stated the city debt at $3,32,0O0. ' . Mining Stocks in San Francisco. San Francisco, May 7. The Savage Mining Company have to-day declared a dividend of $150 per foot, payable to-morrow. Not for three years past lias the Mining Stock market been so active. Prices are generally ' higher. Hule At Norcross is quoted at 8850: Savage at 3450; Crown Point 1900; Yellow Jacket 1700. Mining Stocks in San Francisco. Married. lIKACII-HcULKAItY on the 6th Inst, by Iter. U. Wiuters, at his resideuce, Ur. John L. Ueach.or Middlctown, to Mi. Uury Jane Mi Cleary, of Harrison township. ' WOLF-HAWKEtt-On tho TUi Inst , by Rot. t. Winters, at the residence or the bride's fither, Mr. William II. Wolf, el BHITtoii, 1ml . to Miss Martha Hawker, ol lleaverereck Tp . l.reenoCo. Mining Stocks in San Francisco. Married. New Advertisements. SHERIFF'S SALE OF A ITOUSE AND TWO LOTS IX PARTITION. .Tuh a K. Lu'lwkk tt al. r John f. Mohr f at. Superior Court. Cme No.3tti2. IS pursuance of an onlr of ale Issue! by the Huperiur .Jourt of Montgomery iwunty, Ohio, tml to me directed, 1 vr 111 oiTur lot talc, at public auction, on Saturday, Juns 8, A.I. 18U7, at two t'dock P. M , At the door of tue Court Houw? in Mia city of Iay Uiu, Uhio, the fulluwiiiKiecrited real vstuU. tn wtt: Lois mini bored live humlnd and uitflitv i6Wt and Ave hundred tui'l efghty-one (581) oi the ro vUod numbers of thH.iityot' Ihiyloit, Ohio. Xhesu ww lots Lie together, and tiuvu on one ol them ii good two-story fraiuo Iiousu three room And kltchoo down stuirs, and two good rooms hp stairs, well arriingml for a small tiimllv with other buddings, 'f he twolot have a Iiontol no;u sixty feet on Roe street, running back, about m huurired and twi'iny lV;et,and within a few doors ol" Third flUVi'f, and unty about tour iquures west of the (Join t Uoimu. Said propyl ty Iiiih been appraised at two thou sand dollars ($i,0Mj, free ot dower, and cannot be sold forlesf thiin two-thirds of the appraised vuluo Tenmof Une-thlrd cash ; one-third In one and one third in two years from the duyol salu, thu buck payments to bear six per cent. iuWiot ana oe seuurea oy mortgage on niiMireiai , O. 0. H fAV I PSijN, Hhfritf Mont. Co., O. J. H. Baooott, Attorney for Plaintiff. W. tiCHKLH KMKH, J. C. liAOUOTT, AtVfH for Def. May 6, latil-dU IjEUALj notice. i-trffV STnniiY will tulm not he that uDDli- 11 tion wm tiled In the Clerk's Oftlce, of the Courtof Common dn. at, in Montgomery County, Ohio, by llxnuetli Stood y, praying lor a divorce taUSO-WllllUl ftoUUC ior mrce u- it a tiiT-T'ti c "H rv r t v May S, 18S1-w69S' ' . J. H. Baggntt, Att'y! J. M. STAKE C SOIf, Manufacturers anddealers In FURNITURE, 74 Jofforson treot, (Opp. Market lid use,) OHIO, Sella at Lowest Prices. Come and See. May 4, 1867-dly Heating: the Siok Without Medioinet DR. A. J. HIGGINS, OF CHICAGO, ODYLLIO PHYSICIAN, For Chronic Olseowes, VlTUX II K AT THE rilltXlPS IIOt'SlK, May 1st, and remain three DnTton, Ohio, weeks. llr. 1JIGU1SS nAiv and tti'iliiiLil SS gives no medii'ina, but cures 17 a ntiuc metlioil, wiUuh is far superior to anv other vet discovered. So imwerful and t6 natural i this svstem, that by it many have beea restored to health iu au incredibly short spac ol time, who huve lor inuay years suffered from dm I -u hirh hv(i ivp.in nronounced Incurable, mid to whom medicine has noen adminlstvriHl with no good effect. Many woo nave ior years sunerea uu Chi iuii.uriii lu the back and Ueatl. have been an tlruly curod in oue week. ir. rliggius' practice is rery effectice In all spinal dUeutes: a Uo cures Cancursol all kinds In from ten to QfUten day, and Uiat too without leaving the patient poison til, but hn blood wjII bo cleauscd so thut it will mm-r again return. Hy this pruf tlce nature Is assisted iu rfttorlngthe equllibiium of Uio vital iori-et., aud whea the pttLiunt it ourod bo will ttUo have learned how to keep woii. The Dr. here anuouncei that hit practice is so essentially different from other persons profess lutf to heal the Kick without medicine, that to Judge him by tin. a would be doing Una great in jusuco, , - , Thcrnls nothing miraculous or supernatural about this practice. Hy me it is culled a gilt: but It la based upon strict principles of natural titinnt'L' km! is couiuitindd bv uiaov eiuinent why sioianit of other piactlces who have received treat- ment Tor tnemseivet ana lainuics, ami i rot.- mil snnn.l It ti tllt'ir llat IfllUl . tt takes but a lew treatment to cure inoht f the follow iiiK diiuufe : Weak eyes, weak spines, scald head, nervonx hea'l aohe,, olek Itea't ache, neuralgia, li'aliiw inflamation of lha eyee of long stand lug na cntarib of me trout and back paMges, or. throat, b ron i hi lis, stomach cough, liver cough, en largement of the heart, palpitation of thn neart, dvspepsia, falliugoi the womb, all dna1 dieass, fhronit! diarrhea, idles of all kinds, astula. can cers, diabcUM, periujitorrhtsa, and all disease ot' the uriuary organs, uiuugUHiit sores, uicers aim tumors In the uterus, paralyst, gout, rheumatism dikcjiau of the kid lie v a. laiiie backs, etc.. etc. CONLM.'l'liN, ut Its incipient bXagi. Un yields to tnts svtjieui. l'AUAI.Ysls. which haa bvea considered bv other phyttciiuui a lnrurable, u be curd where circ.umtaucu are favorable, but requires longer iime. GEN KR A L OROPftY altfi yields to this system, but also requires loagur time. Terms ol truatmeut inada known ou application but always rea.uuoMu. Cujituitutioii uco. mt always rea apie.'tfT-dl w I OT l KYKS MAOIl Tyvni, lKist-naid, All j fr.swrT?it reoi'lut 01' U:i teu la. I T. r. 11. rKjui r.. HSUUruadnay.N. Y. COMFORT Avn ftlKK -FOR' THK stUlTlKi.11. Soul Ltust-naid on ruuviut of ten cul. tmmtr, 7.V.' ,f Address lr. K. U. 1TOOTK, lltlo liruadway. h i Sunt In araled en veluiie on reovtptol ten cents. Ad.Irpss ir 11. Kmrit. author uf Madlual l.itminon hou... IIW Broadwav K. V Rh lHoi-ilbm Fancy snow Biu.'si; " '" -' rorUoeutr' MeirhonU, nstyrjiuiteil at tho ' , ., . , Aa II Haaas J Itaani. r. " ,-. .11 v - ..A I. ,1 .ii. 1 1. a'r-ii'' r--'-tr--" OS 1 i New Advertisements. AMKliKJAN WALTHAM WATCHES. Ve c lnini and are prepared to prove that the A inn Iran Watches manufactured at Waltim Massachusetts, nro not onlyrqual, hut far supe rlor, to thu wutchei of Kngliind, ttwttzorland and Franco. We also, elnlm that they are CHKAIKH MORK ACtl'ItAlK, MOKR DUKAItl.K, and more eaully kept In order and repaired than any oilier watches In the market. nee.iusein each one of the very numerous parU of which a wati'h la made up, we attain, by mo chanicnl powor, nearly i&tVurf muthcmatirnl pre cl-donnnd uniformity, making every wateji of any op stvle a true ropy of its model. This similarity in structure reduces tho cost ol production; It secures uniformity in results; it perpetuates and infallibly ditYuses any excellence that may be once achieved, and mukes iteaiy to repair any Injury sustained, or replaco any part that may be lout or destroyed. In (id-1 it ion to these mechanical advantages, our Watches arc simpler In utructure, and therefore stronger, aud less likely to be injured than foreign watches. How they run under the hardest trial watches can navy, is shown by tho following letters; PKNNHY LV AN I A KAlUtOAD COMPANY. Officii w titk rvFR At. stfehintkniient, Ai.toon a, t'A. ,15th lHceinber, 1WH). uenuemtn: lite watches inanu'aetured by you have hern in use on this raihoHd lor several yenrtt nj our enincincn, to wnoni wu luruisn waun ns part oi wiir equipment. 1 here are now some three huntlrt'd ol them carried on our line, and we coiuuiei tiiein gootl and reliahle time keepers Indeed. 1 have great Hiitil'uction in Haying your " in'i i in test iroiriue, una uavo worn ana do wear much longer without repairs than nnv watch we have ever had In ue on Hits road. As you urn aware, wo formerly trusted to those ol r-ngiinh inanuiacture, ol acknowledged good rep ut.itioii, but as ii elns they never kepttime us cor rectly, nor have they donu us good turvleu. a; yours. lit t lift If Btutiinifstils I nm citcrninnH lit- mv ni-i.' deee&bor, Mr. Lcvws, whose experieucf. extunde'T over a series ol ve'ir! Itespectlullv. ' LOWARH II. Wlt.I.lAM.S, ttentral SuperinUnUtnt. American Watah Co t Walthttm. M-W YORK CbsNl'ltAL ItAILItOAO. I-OOOMOTIVk Dkimktment, Weht Iivision,I , lUlCHKTl tK, l.CC W, lhl-ti. lfontlwnn: I have no hesitation In fmvtuir thn t believe the great umjorltv id LorouioUve hngi-fe nerr!) iiiiTe wunn ny experience mat aiMimn Wnlchti lire the mobt aatitt factory of any lor their um!s. iney run wnn ine greatest accurac uum steadiness, nolvvithaliiiiitiiig the rough riding of an Olivine, and ;tn I huve never known oue to wear out th -y must be durable. 1 hope to sou the time when Uailway Companies will gcnerAlly adopt jour ttu:iic, aim luruotn vnem iu uu engineer und conductors. In my opinion it would greatly ieim io proinoie regiuuniy anu saieiy. Yours re. i tee t hi II v, CUAULKa WILSON, O Chief Knylnett Jti'otlierh'tod of Locomotive Jiiigliiuui Atactica TI'iifcA Co., Waltham, Mat Any of the grades of Waltham Watches may be purchased of Watch Healers generally throughout the country. " KOIIUINN A. Al'l'LEl'ON. Agents for the American Watch Company, No. 18A lirondway, IK ew York; or, UOUUIXN, API'LLTO.X, 6c. CO., So. 15H Washington St., Huston "eh. 16. 18fi7-d M W Fawpnwam94 Merchant Tailoring. O la O T II I NO New Ooods, New Fashions, New Prices H. SCHWARZ, WHOLESAI.K ANU RETAIL DKAI.EIt IN Custom .Made Clothing1, And proprlctorof tho well-known EACLE CLOTHING STORE, Main street, 3 doors otth of Jdarktt lUmi; 1 WOULD beg leave to anuouuie to my numer ous friends ami customers and the public of Mofita-oinery and adtolnlntr counties that I have now ou hand and am daily receiving an unsur passed MUickul custom mailt' Cl.O'l JUNtt.forboth SPRING & SUMMER TRADE Includlngnll the styles now tn fashion for Men, Youth, Itoya and Children of all aye andiw. OL7KFACILITIES. The above goods were purchased by myself for ('ASH ami were mad up according to mv orders und lor my trade, in the most approved HTY !,KS, aud ol material w Inch 1 v arrant Hill give all and every one entire halihiuctjon. MtT E-3CPEBIENCE. My experience tim e in the L'loihinir trade, has taught me to pursue but one rourr-e, and that In to leul with all meu alike uiv each and everv one sutitlactiou keep nothing but the ltt of goods. rU rrutd. mid what i more, tell them cheaper than tliu iet ul clothiers, andu uii a living pi oUt. PRXCES. Havlngcarcfully wntclud the varying market. I look advuntaire when al iu lovtekt und fecund such laryatnt viiabling me to sell at tc frics defying till competition, no matter what they ma publish or oiler. All 1 atk is a lair examination and comparison ot a"KMls there be in it a ifruii deal of imltaiion iiuw-n-days in market. Our line ot dentil t ui nuliingdoods is also com plete, ihcltidiiiaf all kllcbol' wbUti. cidnred and ruflled bhirts. beautiful c ravats. Neckties, lland- kui cuicla, docks ul all colors, uud a large stock ol lVl-Oill COLLARS I alho purehiued a entire new stock of Hats and Caps whit h I havo determined to sell to l.!! those buying ( lothmg of me and lor the accommo dutl nof our trade, AT COM'. Trunk, J'ulitnn, aud Carpet-bag Are alo kept on hand. Again thanking my kind patrnut and friends for thuir generutm and liberal pal noiae. hitherto oxteniiud me, and khall proinue them and allthote de.iritig t patronize mo that in ftvr as in the fMist . J kliall study the intereits ol my customers lu.ly u much as my owu. Very rettpei tfutly. II. SCIIWARZ, 118 MAIN KTKKKT. Three doora south of tho Market House, hlGX OK THK Only Coldon Eagle In Dayton. Which can be difttiurtlv sewn from the Marke llouke. on Main street. -L 1, Ji 1- - . -.- .. 33. SIMM, UU ST KTRKKT, CHKAl) OF THE UASIN',) HAH Just receivv-l a large, fresh aud complete stuck or Groceries, of All Kinds. FOR bALK-llSK IIIMlliKI) llaKUII.sol SmilU's btt.t t'autlly tour, au extra article. Two Car Loads .llcui.'no I'vachhlow I'etaSes. Five huudred harrcls Swe.t ( Her. fc. 111MM, First Street. MAD RIVER ICE. llavtag put up the largest and most select stock or H r- ever put up in ue cny , anu uavmg merit ed my facilities ttirdeliverniK. lam prepared to flU 4L1 orders promptly, lit kwall or larae quantities. Wairous will ph daily through ail part of the aitv. lea can lt badt all ttaie at mv store. ISAAC IU MM vill act as orciueu ef this branch of to v builnvkS, order, for VA1KM' KlNDLIN'ti lllled every ncruuuu. tri?f iiiiiiii. ja, . 1) 1 ,ii a , March 4, DT-d6w Hrt 81 , lie ad of fiasiu. WESTERN EMPIRE. One copy i per annum t OO HtajT l hft r.MrlKK circulate true 01 phr m llniitifnmrv 4iiitii v. 1'avtnent in advance in All JOB PRITTINO. Ofeverr description, executed n-n Steam Presses. n the best style, ami at reasonable prices. EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. IIP, WAIN ST I Amusements. T UiKNUHH' Ol'KHA IIOUSK. Xeixox3A. Brignoll. IN OPKItA. CAR P. In compliance will, the rnf rally tt- pru.xeu d.islre U) near ine worm -renowneu vwca.iss rvt'lvlll PABKPA BOSA 11 Opera, the maliagi ment has concluded tn fire, ON Tlll'RSDAV. MAT f Instead or Tna (dHorst first annih Ncm, Ros sini's Immortal comic tlpera, IL BARBIERE DI SEVIGLIE, With M'me Pahepa Kuba as Hosina, In which role she uc.ceeded in exciting the most unbounded enthusiaMii at the New York, Boston and 1'hlla- delpula Academies of Music. Slg. P. Hrignoll in hisgreatrofof Conte Almavlva Siicnor Kerrantl as Kiiraro rfiguor Fortuna as, Dor. Baanilio riignor Surtl us . Doctor Bartolo Alienor i.ocaiein as inrino aiguortietti .as Kx vfflcer M'me Parrna Hona will Introduce In the Music Lesson, In the becond Act, the celebrated Knglish aong, "r ive o'clock in the Horning " Mr. Ctrl Kosa, the iiiktiuicuieiitd Violin Virtuo so, w ill periorm beteeu the ilrst and second acts. choice Yioliu bulo. Musical Director aud Conductor, 8. llEUREVi. Admission, fl : no extra charge for srrved Seats, heats secured at Kenney A Hteale's Music Store. Doors opeu alT ; commence at ) o'clock. May 7, lMH7dat T t KN KUS' OPKItA IIOVSK.- MANAGKR J. R.ALLEN POSITIVELY FOR SIX MIGHTS ONLY (JU.MMr.NUNU MAY 11,1861. Hopo's Theater Ci mpait) front Ircln'tl. Wilt be produced a Romantic, Alugical Spectacu lar Airuuia, in lour acts, enuiioii A TALE OF ENCHANTMENT ! Introducing rac-siiullcs ul tho Seen, ry, ballet and tiriunl Traiislormalion Scenes, Inpnro-d from Kuioou,a.id iiitriMluccd In ins Black vreeh, ut Niblo's Garden, New York. ilAUNIFH'k.NT lLt.LtT TROl Pt I SIXTY ItlAI Tirt'L I OtO LADIkSI bFLANPID hCENAHT I l rtRIl I U3T1KES I UA1SLINO AEMOkSI TBklLLINO KrricTsi An Rntihe likAMATio Coaful MUCH or TUk AHAIONSI CRYSTAL CASCADE 1 THE GHEAT TB.NSHJKMiTlONl The PALACE of DEW-DROFiit JfeSciits can he secured Ihree days In adrance MnV-U ciliit'Mtu)' and aalurday, Uk.UiU fAM- IL 1IA1INKK. Adniibsiun, AO cents; Reserved beats, 75 cent.. May 8. lWil-lul Amusements. Clothing. SPECIALNOTICE. I. P. STRAUSS & BRO., 321 Third elref. r liK ubscribers reiipectlully inform the citizens X ol Dayton und the public in general, that liny tie now prepared to oiler gieut inducement., in CLOTHING, AND Gents' Furnishing Goods At their store, No. Sill Third street, one door west of Htke nDry ooods btore. Our senior partner, I. 1. Htrautt, from Cincin nati, is now here, lor the put poke ol reguluting our bumiiekS on a b oUinui ic pnuciple. auii lor the purpose ut iiutLiiik. ilii . Illt-l'lu& brunch ul our parent etithlitdiiiu nt it incinnati. lie is here lor the purpi'ie oi orgnni. i-g our hulet.men, aud giving them nirii t unurt it .titling their tu lutiun to our cutiu.eis. lie is here to t:..e a thorough Ink) cctlen of out tck, unil, by the way, be has, ucioniiiig to bik mercantile expenenevg, et upart ulot ul Clothing.Gents Furnishing Goods Which he authorities us to sell almost at Your Own Figures, Low Down, As he is determined to mnkeroom t er our spring arrivals. We offer these bargains fur THIRTY DATS ONLY, And assure vou that we have made such redui - lions iu prices that a e caunut tail to have a lib eral call i rum all thohe who me dcklrous ul buy nig. 1 his sioca. 3VIT-TeiT XlXa BOLiDt To a clean sweep. Go They Must, and Go They Shall ! Our New & Desirable Goods We offer to sell at prices corresponding W ith present times. Mr HtrnukS Is here alko tor the i.urpofe of mak ing known to ih comuiuntty at large, that our facilitits are lur superior to any other similar bukincM house hrthe reakons: 1. We buy our Goods tr Bkh only. 1. We bnv our tiooilk iu the 1l astern market di rect from the mills or their agents. 'A. We hove them cut and made br the moat sci untitle Cutters aud best Tailor. 4. We hiivu always the Intent styles. In Fattcrut aud Makes. 0. We have them manufactured under thu ex clusive coutrol ul our long experienced partner, J. 1. Ml llUkS. 6. Wo rerclvcconstantly fresh supplies from our wholes tie boiiee In Cincinnati. T Wu receive them at HHT COiT, not paying ANT rKOPIT AT ALL. a We don't labor under heavy txpeutet. 9 Vt e arc not iu the habit ol niureuresentlna! our gooils. iu. a nitve an our capuai ami energies em ployed in this business, and Which is the moat important, we sell goods witb the smallukt pruiii. At last, tie came here to promote the buslo bj establishing lha Ono Price System All our goo Is will be tnaiked In plain flgur, aud no devtatiou tan take pinie lu adopting this method, it w ill enable a child to buy as cheap a the mot experienced buyer. 'Ibis is not mere talk, but I acts, and we shall subktantiate all we say. lu conclusion, we wouio reman mat si will use strong etlorts to make this A MODEL BUSINESS HOUSE! Ho that every one w ho places confidence In our integrity, shall tlud that w will adber to honest principles, and n are no pains to gie general at Ikfactiou to our rtiktomers. t ounti inerchants w ill do w ell to call at our wholcfcalc hmike vil Vaiu street, Cincinnati. Uespectiuliy, 1 P. STHAI SS A BUO. P 8 ftememher. No S.1 1 hinl street. liayioe, kvii. 12, ii7-UUlWr awly Lots for Sale. 1MH RTEKK LOTS In Hue. man's plat north of Mad Hiver, and w ithin hall mile of the cor poration line of the city of laytou. i he plat extends Imin the Mad River Valley Turnpike ou the south, to the Troy Turnpike ou the southwest. The lots are high dry ground, well tuned for residence,). To au) peraoa Uesiriag to build lor a reildvuce, liberal credit w ill be given. Any perkon desirous ol fuilher Informatloa or to see pfalof the lots will And all netlful luhirmation Iroiu us at our ufhVe on the cast tide of Malu at , ucr iiiiiiiiiseiviv vi n. (.cusr, iu KIID . April 1 10 lillll DOSALlJbON 4 LkAS. Ear Chance for a Splendid Bar gain J A HEAL TlKl'LChamhar 0tto(Oak rurnltur iV coiulsting of Carved bedstead, Marble Tee llureau. Wash btand, Centre Table, kasyt'hair. Urdtuary chain, and Ho king Cbair. w ill b sole at a great reduction on first cost , only be a la us about two months. Add rest Lock ktos jej. or eall ea C 4 MeklllXKN, uilli laeusa. febM n-dt