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RODINSON k 8HEWARD, ' I'iilltorn iiinl Proprliora. l'Vnrk (parabla I Carrier)... SO Uenuail, par nniiimi In dranc. T CM) Professional Cards. WILMER H. BELvILLE, A.T X O K 1ST W Y-AT-LAW, DAYTON, OHIO.; i . ir- !-..rlit (Itriitl Third mud .lim stroma. aiill'luwSin J. J. BELVILLE, Attonioy oi La'w NOTVltY PURMC. orngKI j )' Jo'l" atraat o Milotlm ltotari1 ' ' , ,... ii.innt.il . u.mTO,unio, ODLIN & C AH ILL, ittoraey and Caurisebri taw, .,.. wtl ' 1.4 Vl'I.S. OHIO. E. THOMPSON, A.tloruo'r und S"otarv, DAYTO. OHIO. WlM. ATT UNO "to ALL BUSINESS itrniloil to linu with .UliguiiBO, iiromimo,s, and ''""i,nThlr.l!.tro.a.oor1.cr,fnir-t0h. "V i - V ALLAN DIG HAM, wa WB - " Counsellor at Taw, daytos, ouio. , TILL PR A.0TICK IS TH8 SEVERAL . .. n rrnrall rml&TC STATb Au riuLiyii vv""- IMo-lVormsn's now uulUlng, opposite ut inltf ' FRANCIS C.DICELOW, Attorney- vt -Xjv-w day roN, oino, SKICK-In Woman's new bulWIng, oM.o.llo PiMtomoo. J ' JKOltaB W. HOUB. J"" M'MABOM. HOUK & McMAHON, ittorueys at Jju,v, bayton, ouio. UiBce No. 32 Third Street, Eut or Main. novV-Sm ' Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. n. M.ncnM(iNT. Surgeon General of Ohio. .jKfll.'U-aiRNKU I''""" AND WILKINSON na. E. JENNINGS,1 Pint Surg-won (Jump Ihjuuuuu, offers bis scr- V h'i ttH I' lVrtlOlAN AN D'HIIIKIKON to llio oiiise ni of Dayton :uut vli'.lnKy , .CG -So. HI I.uitlow t., ;i,l .l II". t Where he imiy ho I'oiiu.t ut nil hour,. lUrorouc-WB. J.C. Ueevo.J. liuvls, , J. W. Iliutik-.il. '"I""""' Auctioneers. CHRISTOPHER 'jaiil T1IIKD HTKK12T, DAYTON, O. ' 1 I i.HK VKKI'ARKO TO 8KUVK AS AlRU'loNKKUS In euuutry ami city, ur will hell Joo.li. .. w...tV.t. K t,KISTO,.mJU 1IAVI1I CL.AIUC. frhH-wtf Ani-tlnnwr., Auctioneers. Business Notices. f Doctor . STKIOLAND'S TONIC. DYSPEPSIA J Pr. STRICKLAND Tilhii I -j n (innPIl rntod preparation of ItooU anil IIrb8, with kittlaclila und rurmliiiitlves to streiiirtlicii tlio stomach ami nervous system. If U certain remedy for OyspuiMla or Iudleesr tlon, Nervousness, Long of Appetite. An In ty of tlie Stoiuiieli, fc'lntnlenry and Debility It Is not alooliollc tlieroloio particularly ... i i, KTnP.r,...u. nnil llvsnelit persons. For sale by all Dru'lst everj. wnere uii jur uoiuc. Dr. StrivlUaud's PILE REMEDY CUKG rou Pit, K S. Kas cured thousands of tlio worst cases of UUiiu auu liieeuniff i iit-a.. " iu....- illate reliei, aim oueeia ..... i .ii....,t.r It lu u'lirriLiifiul tlk cura. f or sale by'ull Drugxiats atOOcU. lcr bottle. Dr. Strickland' MltLLlFLUOUS ' COUGH 1 NO 2LS COUGH BALSABJ Is warranted to .be tlio only tireparatior known to euro Coujjlis, Ciilds, lloarscuesi A-iUiina, WlioopliiK l.'i)ii(li,ClironleC0UKli; tinuiiiptlou, llroiiehitis and ( roup. 11 InK iirepared from Honey und Herbs, It hetllutf, softening, and expectoraUiiK. an particularly suitable forallatl'eetioiis oftli Throat ami Lung. For sale by UrugglsU evervwhero. 1an3 i , LL " I - - - - C. W. LOWE, WboloauLtsaud retail Trunk Manufactory, Han rtiniovoU to No.aonTniKO btukkt dayton.oii. LAIMKS' Truvelingf Trunlia. Genllemisn'l Trtkt eliiiu Truuki, nice, mill rruvoliufc UK. Uoiiuul ll.ies, ulc, ol hotU'r uiuuulacluru a-iu I ower ,irice ihuu tliuy cau ha uuiclianml In t in oliin.itl or uUowluiro. Work wurmntwl, t illiO.;ly O I T Y II O T X3 Ij . Corner Thlnl ond Bln ilrccu, Hamilton, O. u. P. Cill'BCllIl.li I'roprlelor I Mill uopnlor llouii' ha, rorimtly been remoil oleil anl Ihor.MiK'ily ri'iHti'J uml renovalcil, ami l now openeil to the iiulilli- ur.ili r new ain i.i e. It i iMinveuiiiiiily lnratnl to tlio liniiim in portion of Hit' citv, uml 1 ni-.r the rallnuol tli'i;ot. Vio p;ilns will lie n'l.iin'ii to make It Hie tli-Mt oIu. lioiite of lliimiltoit. liinnilnise. run to aurt lim alllritlnK. (ioo.l al.ihling on the pruinlii'.'. jHlliltl Who Wants Bargains. jNLvKTIN 1IOM 11 K HO EE, HEAL LSl.VL'K Al.KNT, DAY TON, llHIll.lia, for tale. Twenty tloitkua uml l.oU runslny feeax tAU) lo ts.uoo. Al.o Mis Karnn three In Dut-ki, two In Mont, iromerv. anil one In Van Werilounly. riie ini'lerlir"e'l enn nlwuvi, lie t'onnil at ilia Ohio liisiiruni'o i)ini..n,wtitjn nut out ou bubllitm or at th" I'mi OIB.'.) oorntir. , lluvs nii'l oll properly. Tarma Ulxrlil uiir li lt ! Lit 1.1 (J NOXICK. 1 1 jrltHIT ANT to litw, uoth-a la herehr Riven thaa Thohas .1. Smith. ,1. A. Waltlhs, 0. I.. v .i ,. inn. u llukuhVv. lints. U. il. Mia mi AUAM SNVPIK. S !' WnolMU, IV. A llDl'S. 'i'UOUASO I.OWH.JOHM 1.. HSI.Vll.LI. Al.KKKTl'S I.SIUKH, .Ions IIROAWarr. l'l NSIS Dwvfk, vki. Mays ami .Ion McKtws. have aorlatil to form an lrANC I oariNr lor the pnrne-e nnl kpeciUnl In avation Sor the "Art lo ri irnlaio lm.ur.uice coiiliaiiliK." pnme.l April 15. lent, anil with Ihu eorpoiale ri(tht nnrt powera ronlerreil by M act ami lheH. tof May I. ISM the pnni-l- iial onif.e or talu roinpanv lo oe iikmiu at wu, iinniKoiiierv Loimiv, ihho. liaylon, Slay 1. lwn-nMV 4ARIS AND BILL HEADS atly,iriutudattha . MI'lIlK Bteum.fok Hoon Bnnna ri v The Da VOL IV DAYTON O. THURSDAY, MAY 16 18C7. ilyE MPIRE. NO. 200. THE BASIS OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT. Pftmotwtti, ThatthviflTtirnl fltftti Aompmlnf IhD nitpil Htnttit, nrv not united m the prtnoiil vf ttMitmitea miiimution to tneir t.ntiri udti-r mnt. hut tlint hv MmDiict. under thn ttrle fend title nf a CniKtHnHnnof tlio ('nftod MtuWi. and of viiemlmentt thcrUi, Ihey rontitutd a Ovntiml tiovuf nmont, for )MrlHt purium't ilwlfgaUnl to tbiU ti(virnmnt uortaln rt finite nowuri, rterf- lupr. t-Ar.h istrito Ut Hv(, tho reiffluary mui. of r in lit U their nelf-aTovttrnintintt And that wht-n- nvcr the Crvnural itorriiiuontsuino u in I e Lena ted "Mtwvr, In nuts arn iiuauthnrltntir, told, and of no forc; Thuttothlt compact each Htato ac reded as a Htittt, and in an intofrral party, It co StttM I'trrntnjf, a U tttt'lf, the oUmr party; thAt the irftvratiK'nt crontrd hy thin compact wu not niailu th uxcliiMV or final Jmlge or tne extent oi the puaera ueleKaled to Itsolf, ilnca that would lutvf; niail iti dincrution, and not th Couititntlon, the mo ,miro uf tn niwen: hut that, at In all othr oatma of compact amona powirb davino NO COMMON JTDOK, IAOH PARTT HAS AM EQUAL HIOUT TOJl'lMtayoR ITaai.P, AS WXLLOP tNFR AC TlOSrt AM OP Tfl R MOIK A ND U I A8 1' H K OV RIDRadS. 7 f irtt Kentucky RMolutUm of 17VW. Democratic State Ticket. FOR OOVr.llNOR : ALLKX Q. TUL'UMAN. FOR MlItmiNANT OOVKRNOR : DANIEL 8. L'UL, of Holmes. TOR TltKASUKRR ! Dr. C. FULTON, of Crawford. roR auditor:. "JOHN JlcELWEE, of Butler, mil ATTOnNKY uknrral: FRANK II. HURD, of Knox. FOR JUDOi OF 8UPRKMK COURT : THOMAS M. KEY, of Hatnlltou. FOR CONTKOT I Kn OF TRKASI1KT i 1 M M. SHERIDAN, of William. FOR BOARD or I-I'BUO WORK : ARTHUR IlUOnES, of Cuyahoga. News by Telegraph and Mails. GoUl closed tu New York yestarday, at 13CJ. A female bigamist In Jersey City 1 ac cused of having fourteen husbands. Pigrou have become a nuisance at Leavenworth City. They poison the wa ter. The railroad depot at l'lalulleld. New Jersey, was struck or lightning and burn ed, on Monday night. There are now thirteen cotton factories In operation In Tennessee, worth nearly a million of dollars and euiploylug over 900 operatives. From a statement by Collector Jludoall, we learn thnt 107.833 gallons of whisky were produced lu the Sixth District of Kentucky during the month of April, the Government tax on whloh was S3U5.0C6. Charles Hubhel has been arrested at St. Paul for the robbery of the iafe of John I to we a short time since, In which twelve thousand dollars Were stolen." Jefferson Dnvls, on his return from Can ada with his children, intends to go to his home In Mississippi, where he will reside fur the present. Fogler, the convicted murderer of Mr. Dlnsmore, in December last, was executed yesterday In Washington, Pa. . Upon the scaffold he reiterated his former accusation against yonng Montgomery, son of the Hon. Wni. Montgomery, as an accessory. , The race, mile heats, best three in Ave, over the Lexington Course yesterday, was won by Fortrb.c."General Grant." Time 1 :51tf, 1 :47i, 1 :45. The second race, for the Broadway Hotel stake, one and a quarter dash, wa won by "Plantlngel. Time 2:14J4.. Tho failure of Wm. Crlchtou & Son, an old and prominent commission and distill ing llrui, in Baltimore, was announced yes terday; Their liabilities are $150,000. Crime Is rampant at Havana. There had been several murders by an organ! ted baud of assassins, who are roaming about. Forty or fifty have been captured. - Mr. Beverly Smith, Cashier of the Na tional bank at Parkersburg, W. Ya, was found dead In hi bed on Monday morning. X abort time Since Mr. Beal Blackford, of the same bank, was also found dead lu Ids bed. Minister Campbell' messenger to Juaret returned to New Orleaus from San Luis Po tosi, yesterday. II was well received by the Mexican President, who feels coutldent of the sjcedy capture of Queretaro and the City of Mexico. The uws of th state of health of the French Empress suggests another change lu the fashions. Hooped skirts. It will be remembered, were made popular a short lime before the Prince Imperial appeared In thl breathing world. Telegraph Miscellanies. Maipana, Mar 16. A private dlsuatch from Port Ulbson, Miss, says: The Port Oibson and Vleksbnrg ' packet Rowa VI lieelersoiiU in tne .hoo river fast night; bout and cargo a total loss. Baltuiork. May it. The failure of Wil liam Crlchtou ft Son, an old and promln cut ;ouiuiinsion and distilling firm, was an nounced on tlie street lo-duy. x.lablllt,let IISO.OOO. , , . t HAHi.KsroN. H. V- Sy 10. The steamier Kate, of the Morula line ol packets, vras burned this morning by an Incendiary Loss. $55,000: insured for S'JO.OOO. Richmond, Va May 15. J. K. Ilaywitrd was charged with uainir lueendiarv lan guage at a public meeting, and held to ball m t he aura ol aj.iwu to keep we peace. New Yohx, Way IS. A young man named William H. Russell was arrested yesterday afternoon, on charge of forgery, preferred by certain parties In Athens, O. Governor Cox had Issued a requisition for his arrest. The prisoner wa taken to Athens thlii afternoon. Boston. May 15. In th breach of prom ise case ol Belinda U. Kllms against Daniel D. Kclley, a verdict of $7,000 wa rendered aU0(aJ was claimed. Lomion, May li Intelligence has been received that tlie bark Rover, (.apt. Hunt, lant reported at Swatow, February 12, was wrecked in the Chlneae Sea, and all of the crew who had escaped frwu shipwreck, but one, were murdered by the natives. Horse Shoeing Shop, cos. . o'laib and tiiibd da t ton. o llavins eitaliliihiHl raTthap at the stove. lo :a tlon. I will alva uartioular atlentloa to shoal lis feitaliliihiHlniTthat at the a'MJVfl lo :a. I) clva partloular atiantloe to ahoalug lioraea Uiat iitarfere, or aia 1 1-ouUla.l w llh quar'tar craoka snil Irontcrscka. an "kiipokins,., Umtr. rantea tatiiraotioB ou ail work, tharsea reaia. ahla. api!io,'1Uilu Do YOU WANT EMPLOYMENT t Aderrttlelatfa ...: UAILT KM PIRK BY TELEGRAPH. BY TELEGRAPH. Washington News and Gossip. AVashinoton, May 15. The reiwirtiil de ficiency in accounts with tlin Assistant Treasurerof New Orleans Is about one mil lion. He and other parties Implicated have unconditionally turned over all private property to the Government. It Is not an ticipated that the United States will lose much. A commission has been dispatched by the American Government to England to take notes of the manufacturing condition of thnt country, and also to Innulro Into the method uf collecting revenue by stamps, and thesupervilon of distilleries. SMakrr Colfax expressed tlie opinion a few days ago, that there would he no meet ing Of Congress lu July, and none of the Radicals now here, including lloutwell, Ashley, Williams. Butler mid others of the House, have any idea that a quorum will he found present lu either brunch of Congress at that time. The Uuslnn Legation has cftiniuiinl eated the following to the Secretary of State i St. PTr.Rncgr), May IS The treaty Is ratified. Bodisco carries it back Immedi "GORTSCHAKOFF." The spoliation of Booth's tll iry Is still under consideration by the .Tudicliirv com mittee. Judge Holt hns been again ex amined. All of the testimony shows that the diary hail been lu tlio custody of the War Department ever since it was reoe'ived from the hands of Booth. Colonel Conger testilled that the leaves had been cut out of the diary when ho found It oil Booth's body, and not that It had huen spoliated. The internal revenue returns ure falling considerably below the average of lint vear. In some districts the income tax lias fallen ofTas high as fifty percent. To day the receipts wercsmaller than for many months, and did not exceed 2jJ.00 l. General Burton, Commander at Fortress Monroe, nnd late custodian of Mr. Davis, lias received a summons to appear before the Congressional Judiciary Committee. In relation to Gen. Ilutlcr's statement that certain West Virginia deserters were pardened by tlie President ou condition thai they should vote tho Democratic ticket the Democratic candidate tor whom It was alleged they voted, swears they were not pardoned until some lime alter the elec tion. No law was passed by Congress giving pensions to the soldiers of 1S12. nud the commissioner of applications wants It so understood, as he is receiving applications from persons who suppose such a law was passed . . The following letter, not before published, ho Just made its appearance : "GORTSCHAKOFF." "PETERSBORO, N. Y., August 24, 1866. " JPreiident Jnhnton lnrel Mr: I have this dav subscribed a memorial to yourself In behalf of Jefferson Davis. 1 have done so with great satisfaction : for I deem his very long confinement In prison, wilhoulti trial, an Insult to the South, a very deep Injustice to himself, and a no less deep dishonor to the Government and the country. "I trust that Mr. Davis may cither have a speedy trial or be admitted to hull. There are many men who have no sympathy with his political views, and who opposed slavery as strenuously as he upheld it, that, would eagerly beoome his ball. I am one of them." " Your obedient servant, "GERRIT SMITH." From Europe. From Europe. [Per Cable.] Bkrlik, May 16 Evening. The report which has been in circulation that the Prussian Government had bought, or was seeking to buj a licet of American Iron clads, is oftlcla'lly denied by tlio Prussian naval authorities. London. May 15 Evening. Conflicting accounts have been received here us to the result of the recent military operations in the Island of Caudta. Several engage ments hive taken place, and both Cretans and Turks claim a success. The latest dispatch received from Athens asserts that the Turkish army, under Omar Pacba, has been defeated In a general but tle. Liverpool, May 15 Evenlnsr. Cotton clostxl ilrm. Middling uplands U-irt 1H.M.. anil Orleans lld. The sales amounted to 20.000 bale. Brcadstutls wore quiet. Corn declined 3d. with sale of mixed Western at i'li. The Jacobin Fruits. [Special to the Cincinnati Enquirer.] Mobilk. May 15. The riot here on Tues day night was unpremeditated, and partic ipated In only by rowdies, negroes nud Radicals. Kelley excited the people, (jot up the tight, and then took a horizontal po sition behind two buckets. Four whites were killed, and one iicj;io. Twenty whites were wounded. Shots were tired from and at the stand. A meeting of citizens will be held to-morrow to condemn the affair. The Radicals are trying hard to make political capital out of It. Kelley left to-day for Montgomery with martyr colors flying. The traveling reporter with Kelly for the New York Jtiaidand Cincinnati Commer cial is a Radical, mid has delilx-nttely mis represented the fact. Ho admitted to iuu that he laid behind tin stand and saw nothing, but say ho can auuatniitiato his statements with negro tettimony. Tlie ncirroes tired about Uni ty shots and then ran. The whiles were tinurmud, and hence uumbcr the ol theui killed and wounded. New Advertisements. THOMAS O. LOWE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, DAYTON. OHIO. Will rive careful attention teat matter properlv connected Wilu his prolviviou, iucluitlug cai-aV under the AMiaerT a so imtsssal rcvkmc laws Of the ViUU'il si.Uet. OKriCK-Oorman'a Iliiiaiii((, lis Third street. April joui-uiwwora . , J. M. STAKE dt SO-V, Manufacturers ami ilralara In FURNITURE, Ha. T Jetrereaa etreet, (Opp. Market Hjut",) . DATTTON, OHIO, Sella at Lowest Price. Come and See. MayS.lSdMiT Bouse and Sign Fainter, Glazier and Faper Hanger, Mo. nt THIRD UT.t (up tair,) I. VTOS, Oil It), Will viva tnncittl ittautlou iu aruiuing. And Inula ling. And limti m 10, 61 d:hn iiom in wtKMit ana marines NOTICK. MARTHA KUSfc, wilo ol Puter Kline, will take UMtice thai ft petition fur it divuive wnt lte1 In theCuinmun Pleat Lourt of Montgomery County, Ohio, fcuunary 14, 1WT t uwgro. iwltwtef 4xty. lh.TKH kl.INK . U. JlAttrff, Attorvey.' Apu ijTtH('J New Advertisements. UltAMCllAltlI'AllLi: " PRESENTATION CONCERT 1 IX AIl OF THK Southern Orphans1 Association, ary nun, imi,. To bo CJIvon In Hull itnoiM', June 17tli. 18U7. Tho Profit ol tills t nnrrrt will be (UlviRFi to tliv khm Hi rn Or is Ua n Ano Initoni npl!F oftiPfr oT the S.mtlii'vn Orphimi' Aspoflft 1 lion, tori hi' initinttMititirf ami oIum1 Ion fit' I hi? tU'itlituii' or-phum ol Out em'! SoiiUmrn miMUtv it ml uiiiiui'. Oiiriii'itiy nnuit inn oy tu i:iiny mm ni.-ini'i'i,titH in inir tiv-ni'l l'vcs' iilnitoii I niHTrt, of kII whii lf5in; to mv ' llniiH) inl School" inu- ahlu I t" Ivc uml euro Jnr nil nooily ones who KUl'k il -sIll'tUT Itllil IMutUvlllMI. it ! mo tM'-in oi mis Aisni'iiuirn to crtM-i n Home uml Si'hiinl tnrtt'e iirpliaris ol' tho South, both hihIc iiim! tuuilo, im an cxu-O'siVi! M:i.t in t ho m1 v ol It i-'iimomi, a. s;m iiDluccniunt to hiivv tlio hml'liiiK liCtiU'tl I hot', tho t.ooiition (,'ouiu ii ol' th. it city h i vu uuih .iiiU'i'iI ton jiitch oi I.iikI lu no tl valid Mini lit. tit ti in I locution, mul will inrreuKuthe itirtm ity ot Into I If ni'ili i It uittv nc c in uniiecu-ury to it'hl n tmt;h or. to tlii' ahovi'. Int tut' c.tlls lipmi tht- Instiliitioti lnivi ivpen ii nnim'rous und hrosm,;, innl the triiKli thrtMiivH which It u now (umiiitf to v no-ti tno ctrolu ul' its vhnritio i of micIj an ntdiiouA miLtiru, thut tho innuiigoiiH'ut cannot loo tronr ly 1 rgf upon thu lni. huinjinn .t ml Bynipiiihi'tic cvovywhrr?, hii iir-tlvi-piirtti'ipitilon tu HitR rthlitionitl Attempt to iillcvi ntJ thu mill condition ul rt'iit ntnulicr ol lielplt't-9 children, n;nd.rid thin hy tho tcrrihtu win tlironuli which nil hiivn jint piitM-il. And asnr tMlly, w hHtuvtT mny Imvo hcen ih rHu iv ioi.i r ICAl. Vim of I adieu tun I trout lemon hcrutolnio, all must H(creu that thu child run rulum d uiro.Jd not, hv itny poilhility, havo hit any hk"'.v in hrjnifi'nff nhmit tlodr pivutMit !t'dnrnhlt uml tlt't titute condition, nnd lira hintitl!c oOlcctii i' Uit' charity ol' all pumuiift o" liaio or t-dtulf ol polit. icitl oplulnii. Tho "1 Ionic and School" vt huh they now, more pnrth-tiltirly, sock to ctaliti.h and on", dow. will he ol incnlc.ulHhlo Immo'IU hv providiiitr not only tood und r.ikmcnt lor l time hclpteNttonci, hut likuw i nc'lid und IhoititiKh t'lUi'-ullon, thus fu;tlirvlng thi'in for liitiiri UMMuliiftt to boru-ti at Inriio ! i ord"i' thut this uppe.il muy he ftlci't imi in eiitiminit mo aciivo imert'Mi nun eo-ooera lion ttt all c.l.i'scs ol pei-hoim uvci ) here, we huve cjucliuUd Ut tsMie l'jt the UKAND IMtKHKS I'ATIO.N ML'MlUAT CONCKUT WH)0()0 tickets nt the mmitni.1 prlrc of f rurh a vlult ttokot entitling tho pnrchusfr io a niit tliere hotntf onu gti'i to every tKkut. The gilt : are M lulltnt : An t'U'K'tnt Farm offl-U ni:res, iinprovcd with t'xicnsivi! ciwcmiii'i iinu ouiiiiiihuHKn tnnklntf i tie proportv v.iluuhie . $:MHi(iii A gilt ul fill (XX) in yold, valued nt . .. liijiK) A T'firin ol It) urrcs, highly iutnived, near thoe.ity nl Uultiinmu . 10,(i 0 A ((Ift In JVoenhuk 0 UOO .i thicu fUtry Brick IIoimu, with modern ImpitiVfiiit'iiti, in ilaltimo;-u 5,000 A tliree-Btory llilck llom-e, with modt-rn luiprovviui'iilj', in ltalliii'oro 40)0 A iwo.Htoty Hr.eU Homo, with Jiiodern tm- proTouitiiitH, in llnltiiunro !1 DUO i u-il lb in Ulc-ir4)itck it.hlNI each l : ikmi 10 ,f ittri in tiivi'iilmcki e:o'(i) Mkio M iUHh iii (ireeiihacks (fdlMii'-ich) ... . r. ikhi iimi trttis in isruenu.icKti vfuu eueii) . . b o Hi 1 tir.md I'taiio i.irOo I Urniul I'iiino 1 ooo Ss.Hiuru I'litnc.s f'00 ouch l.ooo Id l'ai lor Oi'truii ir0 each . . l Mm 0 (ientH tiold Watrhen, 150 each iruxtl IhO Ladles' lino tiold W uiche-t. ifiiH) each .. lniKHi fW-ilvor-plaled Ten sets. (;7fi encii . . tn.Mi KHMieut'' line Silver iltdicll. $rS unch. (i (Ml 1U0 Litdie' 11 no ijuld tlulns und i'in, 40 ear i A.tHM YiKloll Paint li'(r, f-.'Oencli 4 inh EJMM) IlllllOfl, p eat n ... ui.uou a. OIK) oiiuit I'uliurd'ft Southui n II ltttry. f5 each IftlKKi 4,000 l'hott)rapluc Alluims, ,5 each lnoN) The halance coiistM oi the following ariioles : 1 usicrl Instruments, M u.ic Ho.xes, Ladies' Work Hoxes. Laities nud (tenth' (.loves und Hiding Whip, Operu (JlaHteH, Opera and Parlor I'uruituru, WiitiiiK Lusk, lllark Walnut Kramer, KngravitiK14. &c.t Ac. Thy holu uiuouiiting lo un ilitrfregau? tn &00,000 V A IXT A II I.K (1 1 ITS. PLAN OF UKAWINU. DupHnite numbers fiuui 1 to 500 000 uro placed In II wheel ; I lio Hi nt nunihi r ( when draw l out) drawn the highest or tint gilt; the .econd nunihtr (when drawn oiiL) the next highi-M, or hueoud gilt, etc., until thu u holu numlH'r i drawn. The distribution will take placu after tlioCon- cert. w hein fix ihousand peiNin run witnesM it. A eonuuiileo will Iw rhonen houi the audience to Inku charge ol' the hhiiiu. All agi nt. and purchater will ho supplied with a eoriucl lirttof the uwaidn an boon a jmbli.Iicd, HOW TO OIITALS TICK LI 8. Onlera nmv be Bent to m. enclosing thu money from fd to f ij in a rcgiuimcd leiter (ataitip en clos jdK at our risk. Larger amount li postoiticv onler, diall orexpicttt, nt the tollow ing club rules . 5 ticket to one nddtuku $ 4 M 10 " " n to vo . " is no BU ' " 44 Ou L'ntler nnd in pursuance of thu provision of the Internal revenue law, hi Honor, the Ciutui.iou er ol Internal ItoTenue. Iium, iion duo prott, planted H permit to thu Sum hum i pliant' Aro vuitioii to hold ll Uili l.oui ui I eJtetuil Jioni all eliargeH whether iroin hj eciul tax of otiiur duty In rvopect to fciich tJH t oucert. ItKFFItl JCCEfl : General (1. T Ti K V U K(i A It l, Now Orlrnm ; lii-itf (ien .IKKK TIIOMI'Si iN. New trleun; MnitirUuneral 9. It. Ht'(K N Kit, New or loam; Majttr Ueueral K. I. TV Ll.lt, latu t" S. A. ; MujorCteiieral W. 11. It KoV., laUi f. S. A t C M HTIKKK, Piano Manufacturer, Baltimore; C. McKKKi LU It LO . lhtltion.ro; Colonel t.KtditaK P. KtNK, llaiivillo, Va. ; Lulouul Ml MroKLt Uicl.iii nd, Va. WM. A. W HHiHi, Augu.ta, G.t. Allordont ami coiuimiuicutiouh khuuhl he ad iiretnetl to thu t antral tnlice, WJl'TIIKKN OUrilAN A SS(H t ATION, P. O. Mux WW. 14 llolltil.tr Htreet. May l-i, ltWl-tloodtJune 16 Jlaltiinoru, Md. l'UM.lC SALK OF rHOl'EHTV, litiluiiginu lo the itnte nf M.trth.i Nowcomb, Uocuaked. TOTH'K i herebr giten that the under-igucd 1 w ill null ut public auction. ut tlm Latu lufideitcu oi" tho Maid M.iiiba N un oinb, tic e.it d, on Kuttl MM-ond ttiiut. lay ton, Ohio, commencing ut bine O' cluck A. M. oil Turlny. fAWd day of May, 1W7, AM the personal property behmging to fiililetnte, roni!ingol t fti ei. bed, bedding, Mown, nnd huuiidinld uml kitchen i limit ure genorull y. 1 u ill itUu, at the kstme time, oflui hn d.tle al j'tildic Auc tion, the l.itti Tt'tldeiue ol faid Martha Neucoiuh, duceitM'd, and the houto now oci upled by Jobu 1'. i Aim 1 1- m tiik iiLimlv incidence. Tt riu ot tule oi the pur na proorty to tie made known ni or bcloru the day or tale. 1'ei mi ol tlie bultMif taid real ettulc, ono-tlnid cah tm tNv of tale; onu-thlrd in one. and one-third lu two vuar Iroin day ol Kaiu ; delurred pa)nieutM to be kecured tjy iiotUH of pun liitM-r and inongugu on preini-e ami to hear tia per cent. luteiet irom day ol tale, pax able auiiLully. ' 8 1IOLTIV. Admintttrator with the will aunevtd of Martha 1uh i-uinli. dett ateo. May if, i-tus felltilUl-K S SAl.K OF A IH1 SIC AM) IWO LOi.v-lN I'AKUllU.V. John K T.ttduitk H tti vt vlohn r. Mhr al. rtupetior Court. Cate No Ml'i. IS pumuttiicunf an onler of nule Itttied hy the Superior t tuirt id' Montgomery euunty, Ohio, und to me dirutU'd, 1 will oflcr lor tale, at public auetton, on Saturday, June J WM, at ttco eYof P U, At the door of the Court ll.ni-c in the city of 1ay tun, Ohio, the tuilowtng de-enbed rel entnte lo nil: Lo- uuml'eied h ve huudr. A and eighty (&) aiul Uvo humlied and eiAjhls -one (fl; oi tfiu re- imshiI niniiliei'siit' tliiM'Itt Ot llHVloil. Ohio. These tvtn loulie toglher, and hai un one of thetn a gtMMt two-ktui irstme liooto three iwomt uud kill hen down tttaiit, and luogood rHiui up ttairt. well amtngi 'l for a Mnall f unilv w nh other hu hlingt. Tlie Iwolott h:nu a I runt ol iilui hi xt v I'ect on ltie -tri'vt, running back aUmt one liiiin-red and tweni i t. und w ithin a lew doom ot I In id uvel. and unl about luiu iauare w ivst r,f Mu Cuiirt lllillbil Ha d proportf hn been appruh-tik at two thou tand dolUii 0tb. I iee ol dower, und cannot be uid tur leathau l wo-ttiirdmil thu aii' aioedvalUM. 1'eru of alc-One-lhird cah ai.e third in one nnd one third in two year fioin the da of t ile, the hack puvn.entt to Inur hix ter c-nt. ii.teiv, aud be tocuitd hv inorlgHgl' on the ureutliMt. O ti J I lA V I lM., Alien II Jiloiil, Co., O. J JT 1U0UOTT. Attorney for Plaintiff W h(' II K I H AM KK, J C. llAMUUTr, Ati'j fr l)uf. jlay a. l.-t.I-.ut rfpiuF mKANf Jon prixtixt. av WHX. K: l JO itt twfi. ' iAVTONfOHIO ' i I I i New Advertisements. New Advertisements. A.MJlHIOVN WALTIIAM WATCHES. I. Ve elaim, and are prepared to prove, th the American Wntohei, m.miiiaetnretl atWalthain Main , uro not only eo,nnl, hut fnr niprrior to the common wati hen of Knghmd, Hwitierland, and Franco. II - While we admit that it would he illftteuHto cxi'cl the matterpiccet of the eminent European manufacturer!!, und while we do not ctulm to have ninth' any decisive improvement over them.Yve do uorl and challengQ a fiucceBlul denial, thut our superior cluit of w ulcheH uro fully equal, in tttry rtrt, to the mutt expensive tpoclment, of inri'igi) chronninctricnl ni t. 1 1 r , Wo claim thnt our Watrhes are cheaper, inoru accurate, lest complex, more durable, bet. tur adapted for Aiuuilcun use, and. more oaiHy kept In order nnd repaired tliiiu any other wutchee lu Die market. J V. The reu.ontwhy our Wutebes postoss thcte tdvantngcH over thoir Kuropeun rlvall arc chiefly : lirst. liecuuse thu principle of the divltloaof labor it carried out in our v 01 ktliopn lo Ita ix tretnet limllf, int In human Industry only, but in machinery u w v. Kvery wntch iuaafB through hundred oi baud and hundreds of mnchiuet. aS,jkI. liLcause w c promptly adopt every new Invention to perfect our machinery, and every pro tlured improvement in the structure, oi watches. Third. Hfeuu.u in each of the very uumcroue, minute, and often microttcoplo parts of w hich a wulcli U mu lu up, wc attain, by mechanical pow er, nonrly riAoufmatheitiuHeal pn cltlonandunl lormlty, which It Is utterly Impotalble to achieve by manual luhoi. Wheels, jiinlonn, uscapetucnti, hulauce. ripriiig.,uud screw exact counterparts In woight, clreumferuuu, and tlimentiout are tut ned nut hy millions hy the unerring, because un swerving, iron haudtol machinery. lIetuo(overy wntch of any one i-tyle is a true copy of Its model. V. I heso results enable its to defy loreign ri valry, been iuo do similar uniformity and precUiou . attitinahlu by hand, nnd because In Wul hum ulono Is machinery exclusively employed In the manufacture of this Intricute and tlvticuto meeh aiiiin. VI Now, hs will be seen at once, this similarity in structure reduces the cost of production ; it so cuivH mi i form ity iu rebuilt ; it jicrpeluutet and ft fallibly diiruses any excellence thnt maybe once achieved; and makes It easy to repair uny Injury ut'iimd, or rcplucu any put t thnt umy be lost or destroyed. VII In addition to thcJOineobanienl advantages, our Watches ureslmiler iu structure, nud therefore stronger, and )ct likely lo be injured than the ma jority of foreign watchr. They are composed oi fromloto 800 piece. In an oM l-:ngllh watch there are moru than 00 parls. VIIL Webegunour experiment In 1K5.1, in the face of a formidable prejudice utraliihl Aimiricnn watches. Our system wasnen uiid untried. Wc have steadily Incruaticd our facilities, until now we employ over i 00 nrtisun-, und tell 70,000 watches a year. Nearly aiiurlerof u million ofourwutches aio in use to-day In every Statu of the LTuion, at well nt in tho Mexican andlHi itish Provinces and Colonies. Their universal popularity Is tho bent proof of their merit tliat w e can pnducc. They have won their way in spite uf every opposition aud ot Immemorial prejudices, II undrcdHofdeuI en all over the country have ex pi eared thuir pref erence forour products alter a long and practical experience w.th foreign watches. Any of the grades of Walthum Watches maybe purchased of watch dealers generally throughout tlie country. UOIIUINH dc APFI EIO, H"Z Hrondwny, New York IIOIIKI. APn.F.TOM ( Om 154 Wuehlngton htrrrt, IIobiii Keh ir lwn-tlTuThM:teowani?5 ( Merchant Tailoring. G X O T I t I N a ! New Goods, New Fahiona.lfew Prices, n. SCHWARZ, W II OL A LK AND HKTAI 1. LLA LKU IS Custcm Made Clothing, And proprictorof the well-known EACLE CLOTHINC STORE, Main tr 94 1, H door$ touth of Xarktt It out. rWOl 'LO Iteg leave tu announce to my nnnicr uur Iriondt and cltomer and the public ul Montgomery and udjoiniiig counties thai 1 bate now on hand and hid daily recrtng an unt.ur paned loi k ul rusluin luiidi't I.o'l II IM. for liuth SPRING & SUMMER TRADE Including all the otv let now iu tii-hii n tur Men, Y uuth, lio) s and t hiblreii of all uye tind tint O I J KFAOILITIES. The ultovc good wrro purcluiMd hy myself for CAhII unit were untile up ncroiiiing to u'v orilcii and lor my trade, in the iimM nppiuved s't'Y I, und ol mate i ml w hit h 1 w m ruM a ill give all aud etci) one entne kutiiai ttou. MY iiZl'JilElSraH. Myexpeiienre since In Ihelloihing tmd. has luught me to puiMie but one coin e, und I hut i to ileal w ah all men alike- fcive t ai h uiot evert orv knnlio tlon- keep nothing but I be teat of good. uU miitJ, uml wluit U more, fell tliriu cbiufi thau the letl ol cloth it-r, gud lib a living piofll PKICE8. Having caitdnlly watched the varying market. I liKdi uiiValilnge v hrii At It. Ion est Mlid tucurtil nut h bai yam lOtibln.g uitt to tell Ml ca frit. di I u.i, m 1 1 cuiiip liMon, i.o matter almi ibev iii pul'ltcti or oiier Alllitki a lair vvanniitttioh iiiid eoinimrlMMiOt guil llieie 1eing a fcreat deal ol iiuilallou now .it-ilii i in inaiket. Our line ul l.outh' urnihing t,iMMt Is alto com plele, incliiding all ttttekoi n lute, colored nnd rullled sbnls. buaullful it lavat, Ncrklitnt. Hand kerehielt, hoekt ul all colors, and a I urge stock of LVlKR COLLAJJS I aUn purehatiw) a entire new stock of Hats ami i apt t hit h I have determiiied to kill to ail t bono buying t lot lung of me nud lor the acouDtiuo i duti' utl our lU'ie, A V osf. Trunkn, 1 alietif itnd Carpet-baga Are alo kept ou baud. Again thanking my kind put inns and friends t or On ;i gcnellltl uml libvrul pu" l-ouage. hllberto evfenifed me. ituii bhull piomle them und ullihoje ilesiriug to pationtfe me that In at In the twist, I thitll nud) the inteiest ol my cutoiuwia lujy at much a tn ow a. Very retpectiully. II. BCIIWARZ.t 118 MAI STItKKT, Three door. outh of the Marat I House, MUX OF THK Only Coldon Eagle in Dayton. Whloh can lie ili.tinriw een fimii Ilia Mark lleu.e ou alam.trvel. auiW WESTERN EMPIRE. One e.pr,per nnnam MI J3The KMI'lltK rlrrulsten free of mtn;o In llinii(oiTi..ry oounlv. l'ai nient III ailvaiiLfl iu all 0l.it.AAOJ job p,iisrTiisrc. Oferery ileKorlition, exeruteit on stesm l'retaea a tlio bent ilyle, ami at ruuNoiitiltle rirt'i. EMPIRE BUILDING, WO. 110, MAIN SH Amusements. I UN KICS Ol' Kit A UOLSK.- r MANAGKR. J. K. AI.LKN POSITIVELY FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY (AlMMKNUM. IAY IS, 1S01. ... - - GRAND FAMILY ilATINKK Wpilnemlny and SulurUay afternoons. Ailinianloii, AUteiiu. ... The Mnnairer tnkei pleiinurc In snnotinrtng that nltur nionlti!. of iiiiiiiintiuii. hi ulll jnoilii-e In thui'ity. H1H TllK KlltST TIMK, n Crunil Ho. uinntir. Hiertut'.ulnr llrniiis. In loiir Arl. eiililli-il A TALE OF ENCHANTMENT! Introducing fne-sinilles of the Seem rr.Bttlltt nnd Oram! TiHnKlormation Scenes, iinpbitotl item hu rope, und Introduced In tie DLACIt CnOOKI At Niblo'n t.nnlen, New 1 ork City, ( on-bung ol sniy Iuiiiik Ladies, under the well-known Maitre de Hal let, Mous. 7.A vision skt. PnirMirttK IANHKVPPS: M'He Victoria, M'lle Kranri. M ile Helen de Vein. M'lle aluriu Klite, uml the entne l).iinatic l i.t; . TIM K TA HLK srliiM I K OV PrnronHANCK: tjverture, 1 40: t urtuin Kim s, 6 10; Put de H. ur, Brltt; Incantation. B-ato; l tot to Set ne 9 t5; 1 niue of Merm.ddt, IS; Ihiihu M Lemon to, V:1Q: ryttnl ntende, U Sfi; Ainnroniun Man h nnd Hance. tt 4.; Ornnd Trini..i natiun Nt ene, 10 all; Pertortnance Terminiites, 10X0. The ),ci foiuwimu twll ci niiuence with the Ifo muntic. Mag iiil ami speci ncutar Jiruaia, ar ranged uy t . it. irwin, eiiiiiitu a tali: or cmastmest: DRAHATm riRSONA-MoRTAI.S. Count nnrdtknuto Mr T Keene Karl Thiindeitou Mr Hum Kvnu llodulph J We ley lllll Lady Agnes. . . Mits Kate P letehur Scai.k op Putcktl Private Iloxos, (for six peo ple.) to; Ori hettrii seut-t, 16 ct nts ; I'aiyiit tie and lieuived seuts, lo eeiiin ; I Men Lirtdu. 60 cvuts: Oaliet y and Kuinlty t irele, VQ ci nis. flkttfScu can be secured in i ce dus iumlvauco iUM il. 1)1miIw Clothing. SFECIALNT0T1CE. I. P. STRAUSS & BRO., 321 Third alreil. riTliK subsrrlbers retspecttully inl'nrm Itieriticni X ol ln ton and the nubile il. (,t ut int. Il ul O.ey arc now prepared to otti feiml n.uim u.iiitt in CLOTHING, AN D Gents' Furnishing Goods At their store, No. :tJl I hlrd flreet.ono door west ot Kiku't In j tioods More. Our senior partner, I. P. btrauss, front Cincin nati. It now here, lor the purjue ol leguluting our bUMiieht on a titimuiic pniu iplt-. idmi lor the pur pone oi makiig tho u (iift-i Iim hi am h ol our patent thialdihmi nt In t Hu im Hti. He is here lor the pi. 1 1 om oi tiiinn.iiig t nr Mtli rmeii, and gi ing t lo in 9ti ict tuticik 1 1 guiuing ihen re lal lun to our l Utulut;J. He it here io take n thorough Innieelion of out itock, and, by ibe wuy.hu tiat. uei oi ding to hit tuurcuulile expei lent ut, ki I upui I u lot ul Clothing.Gents' Furnishing Goods trc., i:tc, Which he authorizes us to sell almost at Your Own Figures, Low Down. Ai he Is determined to make room for our spring arrival. We offer thenu bargains tor THIRTY DAYS ONLY, And assure you thai we have uimin such reduc tions in priccis tl at we ctiliuot tail l have u lib eral call limn all Uiunu who are dt-HiLu. ol buy ing. Tint ttui k, 3VET7jaX SOLD, To a clean sweep. Go They Matt, and Go They Shall! Our New & Desirable Goods We offer to sell nt pvict s corresponding wilh preMi.t times. M r. Straus If hen- lo lor the purpose of mak ing knuwutu the t'omuiunily ul luige, thut our facilities are lar .upcrtor to any other siuiilar bukner. hoimu tor the rem-ont 1. N e buy our Uoods lui t uth only. 1 We buy our OooiU in the Kastern market di rect fiiun tbe tnillt, or their iiirenti.. 3 Wu hate tin iu cut and mude by the most scientific Cutters and hot l ailon. 4. We have ulwuys the latett tlvles, in Patterns and Makes. 6. Wc have them manufactured under the ei. clindve eoutrul ol our long eipejioumd pailuer, 1. P. Mniutv u. W e receiveeonstantly Ireth supplies from our wholes ih houft! in i inemnuti. 7. We receive them at vmT COST, not paying AN V I'llUKlT AX AtL. 8. We ihin't lalor under heavy expenses. V. We are not iu the habit of niiirfiirf.chiii, our gouiU. iu. nitTc an our eaimai anu energies era loyetl in thik bukinekt. and U hic.h u the uioaliuiiJuriAnt. wa mil l'mvI, with the ttualletl piolii. At last, he came here to promote the busln hy etablishiiig the One Prioo Systcixx All our giNHlswill Ik? maikedln nlaln nuures. and no deviation can Uke place. In udoptmg this meihiNl, it will enable a efulu to buy us ehuap a Ibe moit expcricni'4-d buyer. Thik it nuf tneiv talk, but lacts.aud we shall subtaiitinte all we tuv. in cuuehivon, we otild remark that we will Uke klrung v (lur it to make lint A MODEL BUSINESS HOUSE! So that every one who places confidence fh our integrity, shall hud that we w ill adhere to honrtt principle, und k are no paint to gite general tat isluction lo our ruMtouier. I ouuti y men luihtk w ill d i well to rail at our wholesale bonne un Mum street, I iucinuati. Iteipecl'Ull) . I P. STRAfSS A BUO. P. 8 Remember. No USi 1 hird ttreet. Dntue, id, tn-n.iis awir or o rvrt r iw COMKIIIIT AVI, CCHK lus thk III ITCUKU-M-ut uiw.l-,aiit ua roci.'i.l ol ten wiiu. .l.l.i. Ir h II KOOTK, 1 1 Ju Uroa.lway. NY. Mem In aralei rn- v.oie ou re tniil ol ti-ll ri-lil. A.lilres. Ir K. II. HIOTK. anthur of alcilival i 'mu mon Sene, 11 so llr.ia.luav N Y. u.mli is 6 1 -iiim Lots for Sale. I-VHTtTKKN I ill's III lliieiinan'a lilat north o 1 Mail IliTer. anil llhln halt tulle or the coi . ioraiin lii.e of the rily ol I ii ton The iiIhI vhlenil. truin the' il i.it Hirer T allef Turlljike on Ihe oulh. lo the Trov 'I urnpiiv 1.4 Uie Miuthwm.t. The lol nie Itiph itrv rniiii,l.t'.l ulleU for reaiilriu e. Iu any prrvoi, ilf.tiiny i.. hiillil for a rmnli'iii-e. libt-ral rmlil ill lie giii-11. Any iiTon ili'Htp'iii ol luilhrr Itilornuillon ir 1.. aee nlatof the lol. III find all ueeilrul li.fofini IToDl 11. al our ortlij 011 the east lute of Slain it . over the tlrnir .luie of A eller. o 10 Slain .1 April in oiiiil liUAAtli&UHiLLll a i,.-, Il., mamty vitAttut I I ".. Ur K 11 KIKI1K, f Uao lli-ouilnav, N. Y. a-. "".r .'j-sv" ""- Fancy show mi.i.rv. torCouuujr Merebaau, nr.nlv orlaled tl lha tUl'IKK htvam Job Kooma,