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Local and Miscellaneous. Notice. Subscribers In the txitlf Ktnptrt, when )n- pa per ere dellTerctl in tht lily by the earners, mutt ay Ui them at the r:iiu uf lusnfy craft pet week. Agents for the Empire. Mr. Thomas SriM. man ami it sui t a 11. Robinson, fire Aiitliorlf ri tip-nt for the Daily KmpihkIii thin ( II)-. HTTIt case ofStnvcklinr, el. ul., ai rent ed oa pence warrant sntl rliHrmt with nn assault 11 1 K) n Alex. 1o1 S uiim up before Jutljre Dwyer to-tlsy, mill cimtintiiil until to-morrow. - - tW Jllllrt) WlNANH, (if tlif-Court of ('"III- moii Plra, jrnve a licuilnjr to-dny to the counsel in the l-eslle-Caylor im, on motion for a new trial. The tittiitinii gi till pending up to tin; hour of Roinjf t press. tyour t)'e maU us ny yesti-rilny In our ponce iicnis, unit I'ul.jl adder hud "re lieved some, fatty ot :12 w orth of clothing it should have rend "relieved s.,mrh,hj of $32 worth of clothing." We did not Know at thetlmeof writing the artic le of whom the clothing had been stolen, hut have since heard that the property belonged to a Or- nian, whose, name we have not yet learned IWThe mystery of existence w ithout fooil still continue In otirniitlst. .Mr ltrow u I still living though quite feeble now. 1 or rlfty-nlne daya thU man took no nourlsh- ment, at the expiration of that time, and for four day) thereafter, lie Indulged in a little collee and cracker, but this we arc told, gave him so much pain that he desist ed from partaking of anything to cat or drink, and for six days now ("lure last Thursday) he has not taken any nourish ment of any kind. Hy what process, docs he live? Will some scleutilic gentleman explain? ' tf Tlio Iemocrats do not seem to -.Uv much of a shout over Kentucky. Journal. Well you can't expect that we can make much of a noise yet. You know neighbor, that you have hail us "dead" so long, that, al though a lively corpse, we are yet weak in the lungs. Hut we arecoming t Ighbor coming towe're strong enough to walk through Connecticut, Maryland and Ken tucky, and when we have traveled through Ohio, as we intend to ti ls fall, we shall lie no far reanimated as to make the "w elkin ling" with loud huzzas, and cause you to think that we are the livelic.-t corpse of a dead party that ever you beheld, if w e. do not prove the '-resurrection and the lite" of the dying Republic. -- HIT Our neighbor of the Journal says that "the entrance of Major Cukes upon the discharge of liii duties as IWiuastcr. distresses the Copperln ad organ," meaning the Kmi'IHe, of course. Wo a.-sure our neighbor that he is mistaken. The fact of Mr. Uklk.n entering iihiii Ids ollleial duties has given more distress to the Journal ami members of the party of which .j,rrUnils to be the organ, than to ourselves, or Dem ocrats generally, If wo may be permitted to judge from expressions made upon the streets, and elsewhere, by prominent mem ber of the Rump party, who are warm and zealous supporters of Mr. Sciidnck. the Kuril j member from this District. There Is one point, right here, however, to which we desire to call the attention of the Journal and those w ho depend on this Fostofllcc. for their mail matter. When Mr. Hcbbki L took the management of the affairs in the Dayton I'ostolllce. lie retained lu his service a majority of the old em ployes, and there was but little, if any. disarrangement in Its affairs. When Mr. Okekn entered upon Ids ollicial duties, he dismissed all but one. we believe, of I lie old employes, and put in a green set of hands we mean green, so far as a knowl edge of the affairs of that oftice arc concern ed, and the result was as stated by us, and complained most loudly of by members of the Journal's own party. OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. General Ed. C. Mason is visiting his friends ill Springfield, Ohio, lie has been stationed at Galveston, and w illsoon return Mouth, having been ordered to Kl l'aso. The Marietta lityiiier, and many other papers in Southern Ohio, arc urging the name of Hon. W. V. Cutler, for Governor, and lately, lu traveling over various por tions of the State, I tind a very general feeling in favor of him. Mr. Cutler belong to one of the oldest families of the State. Mary, the little daughter of Mr. Joseph Anderson, was drowned, near Urbana, on Thursday, of last week, while playing in a Hilling boat which his small boys were en deavoring to manage lu the river. Mr. James Bartlett was killed by a rail road accident, at Athens, on Monday night. Willie, son of Alexander Heed, while playing with a horse, lu Toledo, on Satur day, was kicked in the forehead, the cork oi the horse's shoe making a gluiHtly wound and causing a compound fracture of the skull. "Rock mf.to Slkki1." The next trip that we make to New York, and "all along shore," hand us over a ticket for admission to one of the sleeping coaches on the At lantic and Great Western llioad Gunge. They nre the. ilnest in the world; eleven feet wide, sixty-seven feet long, and nine high. They are fitted up with state rooms dressing rooms and other conveniences. The beds are furnished with the best of hulr mattresses and linen sIhtN m il pill slips. The ventilation Is perfe. I. TIicm- . , relics are ventilated from the top, thu air passing through a fountain of water before enter ing the coach, so as to insure a pcrlect free dom from dust. Jemmy Walker challenged all the world (Including "Indians nut taxed") to run him a loot-race, up at Zanesvllle.. Hilly Price, of that town, tells lilui to try it on. Next Saturday will be the day. The Mauuiee City Building Association, capital 100,000, have received their certifi cate of incorporation, and will soon be at work. SI. J3. IfOLAN, United States Commissioner FOB TH BOUTHEUN D1STUICT OT OHIO, waca TaWiel.ts.t,eee.sl m, jset-diia DAYTON, O. OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. Local Notices. All notice. In thl.foltitmi will beeharsed Si the r;dciif lea cent. M-r line for each In.erliusi. Tea llitot.oite il.iy. one dollar -ten llneii.twuils.Tt, two dollars, niul t en for an) length uf tlnie. Al l lies. Sale of a large stock of to bacco, elgnrs. )iies. and all kinds of other articles used by smokers and chewers counters, shelving, show-cases, scales; one new sale; and. In fact, every thing belong lug In (he loom formerly occupied and kept by Julius lioruslelii, as a tobacco and cigar slorc.nd now In nscsliin and kept by Klias licet, Xo. 21 Third street, Dayton The sale will commence on Monday morning, at 8 o'clock, May 13, 1887, and continue until all Is sold. Sale positive, Sold lu lots to suit dealers or otherw ise, to aceoiuiuoilate all persons. KM AS REUS. C. V. Hi iiKiiii Son, Auctioneers. May 8,'G7-d:it. l.Ji)itrn:il ropy J I'kmovai.. Win. II. Grimes the well known cabinet maker and repairer h removed his shop to No. 73 Way ne st. op posite Splckler's wagon slit, w here lie la better prepared to iiiuke and repair fur nititrcofail kinds. May8'07-dJt Why is n V The tiiieatloii Is daily asked "What Is the secret of Schwarz' success In Hie clothing trade!'' It Is readily ans wered. He sells the best quality of cloth' ing at loner rates than any other house, and by a lair and honorable system of dealing, lias secured the coutldence uf the public. That tells the whole story. May H.'ti7. If "HUDSON'S STATION." A nice 1. 1 M II, Al' 1U o'clock a. m., kvkht day EXTRA MEALS, at all hours. GAME of every variety in season. AI.E, II K Kit, WINKS and stronger llq uors, cigars. Ac., unsurpassed. MajO '(i7-dtf. To am. Whom it Mat Concern. If you want a llrst class Job of Painting, Paper- hanging or Glazing done, call on Bob Duff He can do it for you In the highest style of the art, and on short notice. Shop Ml Third street, over Ohio Insurance ofllce, Davton. Ohio. May4-dlw C3'"I'roin Ids sale and economical way of loing business, Suliwarz, of the Eagle Clothing Store, can and docs sell first goal ity clothing from llfteen to twenty per cent heaper than any other house iu the city all and see. Anr24 Hot sk Wantkd. A house containing! seven rooms, and the necessary out houses attached. Is wanted by a family One in the eastern part of the city prefer red. Leave word at tills olllce. tf Kvi hy Body Admits.. That no man In the business works as faithfully and jeal ously for the interests of Ids customers, as iwarz.of the Kagle Clothing Store. He well deserves the large and Increasing pat ronagc he receives, especially from the farmers and the mechanics and working men of the city. April 24. 'C7. CiiicaI" Wau. l'Ai'Kit. At Rickey's Book Store; best White Blanks. 20 cents; splen did Satins, yj).; cents; Gilts at from 00 to j cents. lnay3,'C7-d4t. . Kaiii.k Ci.otiiimi Stokk. It Is now a well settled fact that the Eagle Clothing Store is one of the prominent business Institu tions of Dayton. The proprietor having purchased property here, intends to remain, mil furnish Ids numerous customers and the public with lirstclassclothiiig.at lower rati's than any other house in the city. Sign of the "Golden Eagle." April 24. '07. 3f Attention Is called to the advertise ment of II. ScriWAJtz, Clothing Merchant, in anothcrcolimiii. Read It. before Durchas- ing elsewhere. THE MERCHANTS CAPITAL, - - $20,000,000. Owned and Operated by Our Merchants and Manufacturers, Carrie by Express, - Money, Valuables, Freight & Parcels, Over more tliaa 13,000 miles of Expross Line, ' And to more thaa FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES, And through them to More than 4,000 Cities and Towns. At Just and Liberal Ratoa, Based on DISTANCE and COST. Our Lines are constantly Extending. AND will won atcnd thoM run by both tb tMriotui nd U. 8. Kxprvu ikt'm. Over $100,000 per month Ai now tared to Kspreu ShicHti by Ihit Com pftay nd thu uTiun oaq be ui.nia (wnnnnvut l? eontiuutnit th nun librul patroufii( hittifrW fiv en it. KiperiMir unuro our iuutmui, and convmcofl na tttmt w tuAT rely upon b puMm ooDbtlvai; aud uppurt, which w hopo to uum alwav. Office, No. 58 Jefferson Street, Kil 111, lKH7-,l:im li. MiTI 1'J'II 4lit. ADM IN ISTUAToU'S SAMO UK EAL KSTATK "IS ntirttiiitnt-i! uf tui imU-r of tho licliut Court X "t MtMitifinnt'iy Luniit.v, Ohio, I will uilor loi halu at iiiiblit' litirti'tli, on thu UtttA day of May, A. It. at tuo o'clock I. Jf , At the door nf the Court 1Io'ko Id the city of Day tii),4)liio thu fullovung Uirill rout ektttt, mt uatt in tlio rityuf Dii Uu, and tieiug lot num )rr'l four thourittiHl uight hu mired und llftuuu on the plat ut the city of Dayton. ;iid lot ib Hitprtiiswt.1 nt $4UU, frue ol dower. TKK.MSOk' SAI.K Onu-thini innand.out; third In oiiu vi'ur and on third In two vuai-v from d&v of Mtlu, with intort-st; the deferred paymunU to im bOt lilutl li) luortgtttfB on uie urt-uutibk voiii THOM AH M'llY, AdministrAtor of A tin tin Muluy, dt''t&od J. II. iiAOliOTT, Aify. A fou FORTY EmitCIS ill IfSilil. KOU SAL, AT TUB Fourth Street Carriage 8hop. Ailv to Vi m tiarrcir aV Co. We bae told our iiiiiiniftned ktoik. tdulR. AW-, to Wm. Uarrely, H. (.IIU-..ie. HiulJolia llticl. They will carry na Mie biHineis at Hie nlil limil. HelnK yrurHr.l car-rjuuu-iaakerH, tliey t'au (five lullshietiuu to all thai nay faiur tlieia liilli A vail, tor new work or riiliu J Ll.VlW.N 1 JJkO. iiMOJi mum toMrAM. Uart b M, lSOl-SSurawlai OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. Local Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To Take effect May 6, 1867. cinotmnati, Hamilton amddatton. I.eafe. Arrive. IW a m Katl'n And Detroit kipreat . ! i m 1 u a m HamliuR y end I luclnnatl ace. ? l p in III p Ix-trult Anil semlinkr Mall . . S ) a ni 1 u na Urns ami tblra o a.:c t u p in ATLANTIC AND 0AT WXTIKN . S'.IOsni Kaatora Ktpreea :MIm TAUpai f.N 1(1.1 Kipreai :Wpui DATTON AND MICHIOAN. S M t re Chicago Mall l Uin A -60 p m I hit u AocoBintoilatlon so p m AD f in tkloagu and letrull Kipreei.. 6r5S p m DATTON, XENIA AND COLUMBl. B SOpn liaraoa AeMmimodatloa S-OOpm S:1U m Kaauirn KspreM S Kl p m 8 At) p in tl'lttaliiira Aipreaa K:IOam 1(1 N i n Aocomotoaatlua :lUpui INDIANA CINT'L AND DAYTON AND WISTIRN. 1-00 s ni yKti-hmond sail Inillanau Kx. 8 00 p nt I ;(W p in Imlianapolla A Cbluajo bx.. .10 .SU A m CINCINNATI, DATTON AND KASTKRN. Ifflln lisvton Kxpreet 7 IS im 1 u p Nlht Kipreva ASXlpni DATTON AND UNION. Mail Mall (10 p m S .Sdpm Kxpreaa U JU a m Ieavee every mornlnf. t'l'huie Kolni Kaat nil (lie 0and It p mtralni, anil North on the 11 :06 p m train Bnuit procure tickets before o'clock leveo p m. 1. f. CU l.tltllTKON. Audit. AMEIUOAN WALTHAM WATCHES. I We claim, and are preparrj ts proTe, lh the American Watohae, manufactured atWaltham, Mam , are not only equal, but far auperlor to the duinmoo walchet or Kngla.il, Swltierland, and Prsucs. II. While we admit that It would be difficult to eioel the maiteri'ieoeaof tho eminent Kurupeao manufacturers, aud while we do not claim to hare made any deolalve Improvements over them, we de ssurt sad ohallenf s snerenlul denial, that ourauperlor else of wstcbea are fully equal, 09ty ruptct, to the tnHt exnenily tpectmeniol forelf n ehronometrlcal art. Ill We claim that osr Watcbei are cheaper, more accurate, less complex, more durable, bet ter adapted fur American uee, and mure easily kept In order and repaired thaa any other watchea In the market. IV. The reatoiii why esr Watches ioshii thete idvantayee over their Kuropean rivsls srechlefly Ir$t. Ilecaute the principle of ths division of labor is carried out In our workshops lo its ex tremest limits, not In human industry only, but in machinery as well, (very watch passes through hundreds of hands and hundreds of maculucs AtoeiMf. Because ws promptly adopt every new Invention to perfect our machinery, and every proffered im provement In the structure ot watches Third. Because in each of the very numerous, minute, aud often mlcroscoplo parts of which a watch is made up, we attain, by meohaulcal pow or, nearly aseetofe mathematical precision and uul fortuity, which It is utterly impossible to achieve Liuauual labor. Wheels, pfuions, escapements, balances, spri Ufrs, and screws ex act counterparts in weight, circumference, and dimensions are turnedoutby millions by the unerring.uecauseun swerving, iron handsof machinery. Hence, every watch of any eue style Is a true copy of its model. V. iheso results enable us to defy toreigu ri valry, because noslmllar uniformity and precision is attainable by hand, aud because lu Wal-hain alone Is machinery exclusively employed In the manufacture of this Intricate aud delicate mech anism. VI. Now, as will be seen at once, this similarity in structure reduces the cost of production ; it se cures uniformity In results! It perpetuates sod in- aUlbly diffuses any excellence that maybe once achieve!; aud makes iteusy to repair anylnjury su-itfiined, or replace any part that muy be lost or destroyed. VII Iu addition to thete mechanical advantages, our Watches are simpler in structure, and therefore stronger, and lets likely to be injured than the ma jority of foreign watches, l'liey are composed of from 1S6 to SUO pieces. Iu an eld English watch there are more than TUO parts. VIII. We began our experiment in 1HAS, in the face of a formidable prejudice against American watches. Our system was new and untried. We have steadily increased our facilities, until now we employ over 10U artisans, and sal 170,000 watcher, year. Nearly a quarter of a million of ourwatchet are in use to-day in every State of the Union, as well as in the Mexican and British Provinces and Colonies. Their universal popularity is the best proof of their merit that ws can produce. They have won their way in spits of every opposition andol Immemorial prejudices. Hundreds of deal ers all over the country have expressed their pref erence fbrour products altera long aud practical experience with foreign watches. Any of the grades of Waltham Watches may be purchased of watch dealers generally throughout the country. ItOUUINa 1PPLETON, 182 Braelwar, Naw York. HOHHINI. APPLKTIIN At CO,, latl vyaiklsgtsa attract, Beslsn. Feb. 15, lHOT-dTuThHaweowSuiJO OXrOSUfO OUT X SAM Of A LAUUB STOCK Or FINE JEWELRY! Jrufi'A. IHatium4, JV-sntA Mt.trbU and JnirlnH c amas. Auear sss rtaua wart. UuU ru. Ar,M dSuAMIAse, Optra QUhh. and av gttd waNy othr drsicss. 'plIE nailHrsignett now offers, aturMtl; reilucetl 1 urice., his e.llre slock ot Jewelry, al thu old ttauilof H Mine No SMThlnt street. Theentiro sbM-.k ur goods MCbT III HOLD, as a change iu Hie business is anticipated. Call lu soon, as the time Is liuiltetl, and procure your bargains. The gorsls are in wsirsnwi as reyniaenieu. Call and eiain- P. .IAN no It If. 3S7.llul antecessor to Henry Kline liuportarof HHEIN WE ITT msa.t Jealtrla CATAWBA TONE, No. 5J7H Tltird Street, Jjssatr X3yoa.t Ohio, THOMAS O.TOWE," Attorney and Counselor at Law, PAYTON, OHIO, Will ylve careful attentioa toall matters properly connectet witli his yrotessloat, iuciudiDf eases under the Asiscrr and isrsasAi asvssoa laws Uf the Uniud SUtes. OrriC'R-Oormsn'S Bulldlug, SN Third street. April , HWI-dtwwiw Oood Chanc for InTeatment. AWT party wttt,lBU)igaiie Is a paylns busi ness. I will offer for sale she stock aud fixtures eunsUttojf of everything pertaining to a small re tall Dry floods Store, el Xllloit Unatsly't old stand. Firth street, between Wayns and Jacksoa. 'At. WALKsH. t 2 at $1 at D. apseiaawiw nj Wants. AH noticci, not txrrpding four linos, o1id mat ter, will b3 iatertrd In the column under till heading for tvmiy Jlr fif per Hny. Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Retail Market. CORRECTED DAILY BY JOHN A. MINICK, CORNER JEFFERSON AND MARKET. DAYTON, May 8, 1867. Java. Hrown Hiifrar. . C4iffe Hugar.. . M . . tt:rsrkvrs 1 ISeJIK rtrrh 10 . . 17 IikIIk"-. I'ivAlt M .... VI ManMer US ( rushed SurAr Towdered Sus-ar XHSmla Vtl Oranulatcd Hurar. . sm'reum Tartitr HI OrlratiMulees . $1 i Drlixl Aiiulva Ill Uftar liuuc My-rlip I Vmi.ri-clt Appli-s f bu.Al (A riorKhiiiu Molaisvs 4o44r Xnckcrel, Sn I .... in Vinegar SMtii. Max-ken-l. hitta .. $M Kli e IS W hite Klh, , lUI . S Kl Uaislnt ir. Suit idd S (l linperlni rva tm l V lour ii tUKAIIH 00 V. II. Tea a Alt u Sacks . . Ml BlM k Tea I MXavI WU..S Sucks 1 75 ( aoilles tf.MOiiioii4.. 75 Htnr (.antlles wsBphiis.. . ? Sfi lined llccf sr, ll..iiiiu 1 HO l.ard IB (irtun reijpcr , Butter 4MAlAlc 40 s IM Dayton Grain Market. Wlimt, 1315; Corn. 87W)e. ; 0ts, (JOc; Hurley, tjOf .g, owlnit to quality: Flour, lt), rt'Ull. m Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, May 7. Phovisions rrlmn city nip's H)ik l lield tlrnily i.I ti'i txi. niul country nt $2'2 25. with snlen of 2i6 I)11. st those tliftiros. RutitM s;-e Btcmly at $1.1(317. Bacon Sold to n moderate extent. In small jmreels. nt 9, 11 and 12c for shoulders, sides atltl clear sides, parked, niul W less unpacked. Plain liams, 12lc i;n keJ. and sUKsr-cured do. do. Idjc. Lakd Prime city 12jc.; few sales. Ftot'R Is held firm, but liuyori con tested for lower prices, nnd took onlv some odd lots offered. Sales of K80 bbls. winter family, 10 501S 7f ; family, lft. W'mkat Was dull and closed a shads eaMer, with fair offerings. -No. 1 red held at fi 66; No. 2, $3 4i; Xo. 1 spring $3 10 (a 3 12; and No. 2 ut $2 t-U. Cons Sales of 5.01X1 bush, mixed shelled at $1 10, In sucks; ear Corn, tl2c. Oats Were quiet, but steady. .Sales of 1120 bush., on landlnir, sacks returned, at 72c; do, bulk, at 71u. live declined to $l 70, at figures sales of 700 bushels were made. Barley dull and unchanged ; prime fall, fl 60; choice spring, SI 20(31 25. Whisky Firm at 26c. for untitled. Tobacco Sales of Leaf Tobacco at Bod manu's warehouse wero 83 hhds., viz : 75 hhds. Owen couutv Ivy.. Ial' l.us und Trash, ranging from ir'3 20 to $25 70. t) hhds. Western Virginia,ranj;ing from $5 75 to 20 25. There was this day offered premium lo the three best hhds.ou the break. The llrst premium, $15 In gold, was taken bv Mrs. F. Brown, of Owen county. Ky. I'lie to bacco w as sold for $27 25. The second, $10 In irold. was taken bv W. II. Louilouhack. of Owen county, Ky.. and sold for$2U. The tltlnl, lor $o lit gold, was taken by .1. r . arter, of Owen county, KyM and sold for $25 50. - New York Markets. NEW YORK, May 7. Cotton dull and heavy, with sales of 000 Dales at 2fc. lor tiiitltlllug npiantls. f lour Keceints i, lust ouis. sales ol ir,soo bbls. ut$U 20(s)12 10 for superllne State anil Western, $12 5014 10 tor extra Western, $14(315 10 for choice, $13 50(0,14 50 for shiu- iilng brands extra round hoop Ohio, and H4 6015 HO for trade brands, closing qui et. California firm, w ith sales of 1.S0O bills and sacks at $10 ii"Kj,17 50. live Hour li l in er, with sales of 150 bbls. ut -i IKiwb Hi. Whlskv Sales of 3011 blil. Western in bond at $3 10. Wheat Sales 31,000 hli-h :it Ml f.,r No. Milwaukee. $3 25 for choice umber State, ami $3 55(33 50 for white Caliiornia. Rve Onlet: sales of 5.000 bush. Western $1 (SO 1 R8. Barley Unlet. Malt Dull. Com Keceints 44,442 hush. Market heavy aud 2(.i3c lower. Sales of 110,000 bush, at $1 37 for old mixed West ern In store, $1 20(gl 33 tor new mixed Western. $1 33(3 1 30 for W estern vellow. 28 for new white Western. Oats Sales 102.000 hush, at 83(iiS5c. lor Western, and 87H3c for State. New pork is stead v : sales of 3,500 barrels $23 10(323 8?i for new mess, closing at $23 15, cash; $22 for old mess; $19 50 for prime, and $22(3.22 12 for prime mess. lt A A ttU on New York Money Market. NEW YORK, May 7. Money Is more active at 40 per cunt, for call. Sterling Is tlrm at 88,3i. gold, for first class bills. Uold is firmer, opening at 1:1? advanc ing to 13K. and closing at 137. The failure of Watts, Crane Ai Co., a large cottou llrui. Is announced, with extensive connections und heavy liabilities. The tlrm had considerable foreign exchange out, aud the losses are wide-spread iu this con nection. The name of a bank was men tioned as heavy sufferers. Baltimore Market. Baltimore, May 7. Coffee; Rio 1213ic gold, for bonded. Flour advanced 50c. : Baltimore family $18 50; Baltimore extra $15(sjlH; spring wheat extra $13 5014. Wheat: sales 4.000 bushels Pennsylvania red at $3 30,tor prime. Corn : white $1 25 (31 27. and yellow $1 25(31 28. Oats 70(3 78c. Rye $1 CO. Sugar quiet aud steady at 1010. St. Louis Market. ST. LOUIS, May 7. Tobacco unchanged. Cotton Is dull. 23!c lor inidiliiug. Flour. Business small at $10(411 25 for Btiperttne, $13(a)lU for ttouble extra, ut $17 (it 18 for fancy. Wheal Spring, $2 75(32 0 for good prime. $3 50(33 55 for suictly prime, and $3 00 lor choice. Corn Buoyant and higher at $1 14(31 18 (21 20, the latter fur fancy. Oats Further advanced on account of the large detniiiid by the Ooveriiment; sales of goodie hoice at 00(t$95c. New Orleans Market. NEW ORLEANS, May 7. Cotton was unsettled : sales of 3,000 bales low middling at 24($25c. The receipts of the four past days were 2,345, uud thu ex ports 3,521. Sugar: sales of seconds at 1 1 3., , . ; good to fair. 12?,c, and yellow-claritied, 13S;e. Molasses was uotninul. and unchanged. Flour Very linn. Sales of supeiUne at $13 20. Corn Quiet and Hrui at an advance of 6c. Sales at $1 43(u,l 47u for yellow mixed, and $1 50 for white. Bargains I Bargains ! I KOR BAUUA1N8, l.tl To Darst's Store, No. 84 Main Street, At the old stand of l'ar.t A KueMy. Uuiit Is selling out his entire stock ot look, tioinls without regard to cost, ltleuciicd aud brown M u.liits ut verr low prices. A. 11. lJAUaT. rcb. U. lBol-dawSin BUTLER HOUSE, HAMILTON. OHIO. C KILEI . . Proprietor JalswU Do YOU WaVNT EMPLOYMENT t dwmlselB the . uiu.1 turatis. Democratic Publications. VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO., No. lot Klaseau Ntreet, It. V ,, ruhlith or sell the following works : TOCTIt'i. HISTORY Vf Til OltKAT CIVIL WAR In the I.'nltcil Slates, fretn ISM lo IWit. llyH.O. Ilorlon. W Ith H Illustrations. This hook Is adept. cl to all classes of renders, ami gives, In lnin language, a clear und correct account of tlio late Wat and Its Causes. It Is the only History pub lished from a Dcnim rntlc or stittc llights .tiind. point, lfltiio jip., v. Ith illustrations, 41ft. ft Ml. NKOltOKS AN1 NKOKO "SLAVKHV :" Tits Kirst ah Isrunos ltst l-Tnl I.attsr, its Nuhuai. t onimtion. ity J. II. V all Evnu, M. I. iTIiini K.litinn i one vol . Illiiiu . im. n:t. Illtit- trutetl with Kolir tuts, shun ilie- the dlfti'trnre 1st- twucn the whito man and the negro. Trice, SI SO. I.KTI KKS OK MAJOR ACC DOW.MKU, Of the l'liKtiingvllle llilitla.ou "I.itikln and the War " With portrait of the Major, audi other capltul llltistrutlous lwino., uas pp., ctotn. f i eo, BOt'i'llKIlN WKAI.T11 AND NURIUKHN 1'HOI IIH, At uxhibitM in HtHtiitiml rncli niul Oillrlal Fitf iiit'i. Ity 1 huiuuK J'rt'iilke KelU'll, Jute fdlUir of thu ' Duiiiuci titii: lit: view." Hil. I'ricu, 6VuU. THK DHKD BCUTT DKCISION. oplntuii oi fliiuf Justice Tanuy, with ttn intro tlucliun hy Dr. J. II. Van Krriu. Aluo. un A upon- dix,coiiUliunr nohftfcuyori theNatural JllHtory ul the I'roKiiuilioui) Kitcu of AlHiikiml. Ity Dr. H. a. t nriwrig ni, oi .ew wriuuii. pp., Vtu. i'ritu, 5(6 cunts. l'aniifilc(, 4H H1STOHY OK Til K INION AND CONSTITUTION. IteiiiK thu substance of three Lecturi-s on tlio ( olumiil, ItevolutioiiHry uiiti ConatUutiunul I'erl otlitof Aniuriran lliitory, w ith an Appendix, con tninintr the l.uriHtitution of thu I' nittil Mutt-t, ami thu irtfitiiu and Kentucky KcBoliitioiii of '18 und 'V". it C.Cbauiicvy liui r. 1'i h u, '2b ceuti. NOI KS ON THK CONSTITUTION OP THK UNITKD BTATtS. With fxpoiitioim iifttie iuot uiiilnuntHtatuiineii and J iirists. llittUiriirul and Lxplannlory Notcf onuvury urticle. Jly CChauiiru liurr, author ot "Hutory of iUm Uniuu," Ac. l'rlco, HJ uvuts. HL'HOKN ATION : Tub Normal Uei.ation op tub Hacks An an b wit to "MiituegeuaUou." l'ilc, SO cunt . THK fltt'K INATUltH AND CllAHACltvA OF OUR FKDKKAL GOVKRNMKNT. lttiukf u rtiTlow of Judy htory'n Coiuiuvntariutt ou the Confttitutioii or the UuituU State. Jiy Abel 1. Upiher. Trice, $1. THE OLD GUARD, Vol.. 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Liuiftreet. llaiuu- ton, I'olk, l'rb-e, i.utitvu Smith, btuart, aud A T. Hill. Octavo, 7tia pp. Trice, 4. DAVIS AND LKK: Vindication of the Southern State, Citizen, and KikfhU.liy the Federul Coiutitution anditt MakurH. uimI an I-. x pus ure of the Treaervutiuus of the said CotiHttiiitiou and the alaitlcations of the llistort cul Uuronl!., by thu Masvachusetti Kxpotindera. T. t:. Lunti, Barrlnter, london, Kngluud. l'ricu bo centti, postpuid. THK DEMOCRATIC ALMANAC J i'OUTK'AI, 4 Om-K-NDH M fur lbUtl. ISlHO, 16 pp. Triced. Thu Manuel for W, to be continued now regularly eat h year, contains full Klection Hetuni!. lor lBtiO 1864, and 10; List of Newspa pers buppressed by the Lincoln AUinlulstratlou ; ihronul.itfy of lbttS, ol HatUt u, Act or Congress, Ac. li contains matter to be Lad nowhere else, und is valuable and Important to have ut any time. T1IK COPPERHEAD AlINSTRKL. Choice Collection of Democratic Toents and HonKSlorthe use of Clubs and the Soaiul Circle. pp. l'Jmo. Trlre!16c. 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C-IKS OK M KN With CutH representing the Types or the Caucasian. Mou K"), Malay. American Indian, iouuiinnux and Negio. with their (.ieueral Tnyxical and Mental yuulities, Laws of Organlzution. Relations to Civilization, etc., etc. ittpp.b vo. Trie 10 cts. $1 00 per dozen. No. tt.-SOLlLoo.L Y8, by "Brick" Tomeroy. of "A Hond holder," "A Toor Farmer," "A Ms ehanic." "A UeturnHl Soldier," etc., etc. $t uu 8vo. Trice IU cts. j filperdoi. These Tracts are sent, postagu paid, for It) rent-, single copies, or one dollar per dozen; or live dol lar pur hundred by express. lemocratiu Com mittees, Associations, etc., ordering 1,000 ttt a tiiu will he furnished them at exactly cost price. VAN aiVKIK. HOKTON & CO., l'ublishers, No. ltin Nassau street. New York. Central Insurance Company, OK DAYTOX. CM" IT A I. sJlOO.OOO OFKK K No tifi, east siile or Main street, (between SeeouU unit Tlilrtl streets,) luytou, t). Fire uml Murine insurance I'nlicies Istlie,! Uhiu nil descriptions ut huililitiKa, machinery, and stock, lor one year or loss, and upon dwelling houses anil household goods tor three years, or any term, at reasonuble rates. Hoahdok DlKtcTDKS Henry llerriniiii, Itobert Cbamliors, Andrew Gump, iieol'Ke W.Shuw, Hen ry S. r'owler, W. L. Harrow. A. It. II. Kolkerlh. 1IKMIY II Kit UM AN, I'reshlent. Akxuumy STiruAss.becretary. JasISia .Iacob arnensNfl.Miirveyor. ilii uTixsi m m Warn paT y, OF DAVTON, OHIO. Al'THOHIZKOL'AI'ITSL flDUUU ssasTs luoioou oKHLK-tae lllUBX , t)ll iii:ston' hai.l fire and mm mn nm Ourront Hates. r 1 It K C T O R H : Willi,,, ii Dl.key .lonuthHn Kenney, Wllhuui Arnold, teoiK A. tlrove, Joint Vigtfiui, lliiitli iirim Abriihamt hIiIII, lluinillon M. Turner, . Dickey. t'eier i wit , uu i.u'uirv t JON A II AllBllMAN1, lieusurer W. kl OlLLXtrtS, Soisretary. uinSA ilKS. M. CLAltK'S Cloak and Dress Manufactory I.are Sett and Children' Cloth I ity LOUN Kit HI A IN AND 8KCON1) STI.ttTS, tutruuce-61 Alain Street, Alto, tnAnufaoturer of XL 33 O ALIA, FOB GOOD TEMl'LARM, MASON'S, ODU KKL LOWS, Ate. GMils rut iilslted, and orders filled proinptlr, at lowest prices. ItirssiNCSs liuyton, Troy Murlti(iield, fiuus and Tlppecsnoe Tetuperance Lodges. MariOi , 1S07-SH t3 iii i t-oo, Ft Democratic Publications. Medical. VEGETABLE AMBROSIA IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE I Oray-ltootled People lisrt thalr locks restored Ijjr it to the dark, hutntu, tilkm trtmt of youth, an J are happy I Young Peoplo, with light, fadti or rti Hsir, Hlivs those unfitshiotialilo eolors changed to a beautiful auburn, and rejoice 1 l't'oplo whoso lipntls aro corereil with Dandruff and llumort, use It, and have clean costs and clear and healthy scalps I Hold-llontlefl Vrtertins hara their roinaining locks tightened, and th hurt! spots covered with a luiurlant growlt of Huir, and dance for joy I ) Young Gentleman us It because it Is richly perfumed I Young Ladies us it beoaus It keeps their Hair in placet Everybody mutt and wilt ut It, tweaus It Is th tUant and btit srtlcleln Ui market I s For Balo by DruggisU jrenerally. ' V. ILFLIM', Dayton, O., GUNKKAL VllOLlSAlK AfiKM rOK OHIO' At WliDlfnnlr, by W. V. HTKWAIIT, No.(2 Main nt., ilresu-eniw 1a'IO. ALLEN'S LIJIsIG BALSAM TltKl.HKAT ltKAiEIIV KOU T1IK Lt RKtJt CONSUMrTIOiN AaNM ALIi IhKAotH OK TH H IXNbH. rp iTHK KKSUI.T OK ITS L'HK IS A proot ot it tfifcM value The extraordiiiHry heal lug properties of ttn remedy are experienced hy llihose w ho have imed it. Their te.tiunouy wii be found in a pamphlet, u hich can bo bad of the agents whert the medicine it. used. COUGHS AMMOLDS, hnweve, distressing, are broken up iu an Inci iHlihle nitort time, by causing a specific influence on the Lungs, so that the matter and phlegm are em.il v expeetorated. AI.LK.VH I LMj 11A1.-AM contains noopiutu in auy form. It is perfectly haiiules for the the most delicate child. CON SL' MOTIVES would do well to read bU Treatise iiiwii Dineased Lung. isjifit in a good reined v. Try It. For sale hy the i roprietoiD, J. IS. J1AUK13 & CO., tinciunaii Ohio. . Trice $1 per bottle. Mold b j Medicine Ieler throughout the city and country. octMldawti ClONTAINH ALL THK MEDICaL VlUltKH OjV Pine Tre Tar. Winri ol 'lwrt?ur?aConinnipttoti Ooldu, ISoro 'l hroat and Hrea-i, Hronrhitis, Asthrra Diulheria, Uravel, TirtheUn ano licafcs oie Kid- . oeyand Bladder and olhi n midamts. Moid oy uruggists and tiroci ia throuncui tn OnitvdUiAt? ptonlytl tti-a liitl. w . w . rii w a h i , ifimiAi, saisr. V Hwir off ( tanrrl es - flanum have" Wine of Tar" hltwc .u bottl. ctsotr C EVER AND AGUE. The remedy to cure and prevent this disease DR. 8. O. RICHARDSON'S SHERRY WINE BITTER The celebrated New England remedy for Jaundictj vever ana akuu, oenerai jeiinty, and all diseases arising from disordered Stom ach. Liver aud ltowels. They are used and recommended hy leading phy iuui ui mc (juuiiLry, uuu bii n uu try lueni pio nouncethem iuvaluable. frlcc, l per bottle. J. N. IIAKKla ft CO.. Cincinnati. Ohio, i.roiirl etorsfortlie Western Htates. HOLI 111 Al L JUKU1UNK DKAj-r.Kr, octHl dawtl Real Estate Agents. STEPHENS HOBER t CO. HKAb liSTA'i'K AOtiNTb, SiTO & aao Third ht. UAITUM, OUIO. Wi ILL ATTEND TO THE STCLMXO and buying of real entato, loan money on bond and mortgage, make collections, etc., etc. All hnstoest entrusted to them will be faithfully attended Mi oravtf Manufactured TOBACCO AM CIO Aits. Tiade Salwsroouii, 10 UKY bTUKKT, ntai' IsUusd way, aNsw Voik. Gkntlkmi n: At the solh it. tn n ot m&nv friends largwly eonnetted in the TOJiACCO TUAbK, who hav long felt the necessity lor regular A rcnoN aud Commission Thadk isalku, devoted exclusive--I to the disposal or 1 LEAF and Manufactured Tobacco, And Cigars, w e have much ideasuie lu annuiiiic nig, that having given the matter our eurelul wn slderatlou. and lieiiiK sHiislit'd that the trade re quires such au ettalilikhinent, w e have comment vd business at the above address, dtteimlued (hut nothiug shall be wanting on our part to dtseive the Patronage and Confidence Of all who may favor us with their support. One of our tlrin having devoted many years er. clutively to the growing nnd manufacture of To Imccti, u thoroughly conversant with the busiuesii In all Its brunches, and every endeavor will be made to realiae, for all foods consigned lo us, the be hi market rates. We have taken premises In immediate proximl ty to the largckt Tobacco aud Ciuar 1'ealers in this vtty.HO that our sales whit-h will be held regular ly every Tuesday and Friday are lertuiuol being fully represented and attended by the Trade. Particular attention yiirn to SAipnxnU 4n Bon4. All CON8IONMICNT8 W ill hf UKPIHKDon thfl IUMK diatkly aucdaaniKo sale day, and prompt returns made w ith rcmitiam-e. All parties luverinK uswlth their consignments, will oblige by manning the Cases with their pri vate marV, so that li. v i.inie may be sampled, aud sold lu separate lolt, sod forwarding witu tho let ter ul advice TKlfl LOWIBT LIMI't For which the laiuu may be sold, together wl,t 'o to Ulce addiess. Consignees, in shipplug to us, will pleasu uiajk ull Cakes i. i. C $ Co., JO ley St.t A. IV We are, Gentlemen, -Jour obedient servants, f D. DOUGLAS CAULKIH3 ft CO. jf, . notOLAB CAf LklkS, D V. COHS1H, L. 1. CAL'LXiaa Kefereuces by permission : William J. Ptitt t Co., 178 176 Washington St., N. V : J as. 8yming Importer. &M it caver St., N. V : kiHiicls A. Chicago, Lieut. Our.' of Illinois, Hon. bam'uei susou, a eruauaiuu, . O. J. nEItlNGKR. Aicent. No. 69, Worinao't ItulldiuB. Jefferson st, Dayton, UUIV, AAA SSI SAA u, !OW-WOUI-Xe J. t. I.SNTS JAHES ArSLlUATA. LENTZ APPLECATE. KA I. HHTATK AOUNTH SO. SSSTIUKO BTIlttT, DAYTON, 6UI0. llav. Alarg. number of ImproTed Perms, In .a. rlous parts of this aud other Biatoa, for sale. Also, numerous lots la the city, hies they oiler oa la Torattle tttrase. res ttt, 'A7-dJ j