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j -fc 1 --- Loral and Miscellaneous. Loral and Miscellaneous. Notice. ftubsrribors to the DaU, ftopir. when the un-' ooiiverA in Uie city by the carriers, must pay to! thera at tho rale uf iitmi) amis .rr Loral and Miscellaneous. Notice. Agents for the Empire. Mr. TitOMAftSrir.i.MiN and hahi.ki II. Robinson, are authorized sk"11" for the 1aiit K.wrnmlu this City. - BA - - - ONIowl uixla a poplar tree, Paul his eye sad wlnkeit at me, W'lioo, whoo are yo I But It wm't the namo that lu on Ntln Ick's torn box and wlnla at the pusscrs iy. Tout tin Coat. Mr.I Isbkli,, Id solrrlt liiff aid for the Southern loiilf, left hla overcoat In somebody's placa of bimlnen and he has forjrotttn the place. The coat was Georgia Jeans, and had pair ot liuek- klu gloves In one of the pocketi. Any body who will leave Information ad to the whereabouts of thla coat, at thla odloe. or at Mr. I.cwiV, on Market street, will confer a favor. Five Hlmiuk.d Thousand. By refer ence to another column It will be suen that a Kraud scheme is now In progress for the aid of the "Southern Orphan' Association." A "iirand Charitable Presentation Con cert" Is to come offln the city of Baltimore, Md., on the 17th of June, at which, time and place a distribution of 800, out) gifts, or the drawing therefor, Is to take place. Slnglo items, 91 ; 6 ticket, ft CO; 10 ticket, $; and 50 tickets, 41. Here Is an opportunity offered for nu luvcstinunt for chariuiblc purposes not often offered to the public. tyThe question ia a pertinent one and cannot be to often repeated. Why was there no Coroner'anquest no post mortem, ou the body of the dead Lincoln f Another question. What ha become of Bobto Cohmktt. the christian, who shot Booth f And yet another. If it Is true a It 1 re ported by telegraplu Col. Conoeu testi fies, that Booth's diary ns full and com plete when it left hi hands, w ho cut out and destroyed the eighteen pages And yet another. Could It bo possible that the w riting on tlirwe pages would have Implicated some high otllcial at Washing ton. And yet another. If the parties who have already been executed were guilty of a conspiracy to kill Lincoln, why do they hesitate to try John H. SuRHATr And yet another. If they are hunot men in high otDclal position at Washing ton, tvny don't they give Us some evidence of it oy their acti? - - , And still another. If It Is true, "as Hit uie tuicgrapn jiuio teiuiu mat (JoJ.-CuKaKn test! lies that the pages in Booth's diary wascui out oyiore ne toon possession of It, which of the dispatches tell the He? I'hey cannot both he true. .11. 1!. 1J. A. The annual meeting of tne louns Jiens' IJeadmg Uoom Associa tion was held In the Lecture Boom of the Ucrman Reform Chu.cli, on Saturday eve ning la-it. The usual preliminaries on such occa sions through with, the report ot the Board was read, giving a brief history or the or ganization and objects of the Association its management the progress It had made the good it had accomplished, jtud 'its financial afl'airs, cU;. which .was respectful ly submitted ou behalf at the Board by the President. Sir. S. Scott. From this report we learn that the whole number of "active and. subscribing mem bers is one hundred aud forty," with fair prospects of increased membership during the coming year. The number of papers aud magazine taken by the Association tlie past year, sixty lifteei dailiea, live tri weeklies, twenty weeklies aud twenty monthlies. The average uticudaiiee -of members and visitors for the 'iirst six months was lilteeu during the day, and from twenty to thirty in the evening" for the six months following, about the same average duri'ig the day with an Increase during the evening. The receipts the past year were about eight hundred and fifty dollars tho cxpendltu-es atout nine hun dred dollars. The current expenses the coming year are estimated at about six hundred dollars. After the reading of the report it was. on motion, adopted, as were the reports of the Treasurer and several eammlttees. ' - An election was held, and the following gentlemen were chosen ajJi officers, .of the Association for the ensuing year: - c President Rev. Samuel Scott. " ' " Vice President A. I). Wilt. ' r Cor. Secretary!. A. Ambrose. Ree.Secretary H. T. Stiickler. Treasurer J.U.Newport. -. - t - Director Bev. T. P. Bticher, Ed. E. Buvinger, K. Rodger. ' t fin motion tho meeting then adjourned. of lii OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. Pnouric Newhall Wilson, of Adaias -township, Washington County, has a flock of sheep numbering thlrty-aven. Twenty nine of them have llfty Iambs, and nineteen of them have forty lambs an average of more than two lambs apiece, for the uiue teen. . . t i Aooordlug . to the oiikiul at&temwit ot Mayor Wilstach, of Cincinnati, the .total net payments Into the Treastiryof that city during the year emHnjf 'March l,JS67,.were 'i,73S,73.". This sum is ifbout equal fo the whole amount of State tax paid In Ohio pre vlous to the Republican party being given control over publio alVairi.i peeiJa will have luxuries tbey must pay Kat thif, yon know. v , , . j The falling off in gross recejys of tlus IJauillton and Dayton Railroad, tteef in President LTlouiiuediou's report, published yesterday, was $00,020 during the year. , . . . . . ,.m; j ii Logan, iiocKing county, on juomtay, two women,, relatives, named Poutlu, quarreled and assailed each other wUh clubs. In the melee a child of one of the female savages was klllod, ! The BteubenvUle Herald claims popula tion of 13.000 for thut city, aiuj saj'i if tbey vould get tho houses necessary to accom modate them they would have 15,000. Mr. Benjamlu Tyler, near Wadsworth, Medina couuty, aged 73 year, wove 030 yards of tag carpet, besides some flannel and linen, within the last year, and did all her owa hotuework. . . ' Three dogs lu the seighbofao4 of Keu- I In Is tit the well UJffn Tton' n'ri worth from four to live dollars per ln-ml Valuable imp I I.aat Wednesday afternoon Wm. I'lum iner, a carpenter In lllUhboro', Ohio, at tempted suicide by ruttlii( hla throat with a razor. At lust accounts he was still alive. They have had u fliuli banker at Wapa-koni-ta a gay cn-a who railed litirself J. A. llevlre. He put out hl. algn, "AiiKluIze County Kxi-lnuijrc linnk." Kxeliungc It was, for on Tuesday last it was dleovered, by several parties Interested in depolts of $10 up to f l.OoO, that the exihawje business ai closed tbe loyal Itevlrc UaU "lit out." Btin.niNO dispatch to aid : Associations. A Columbus tho CommncM, yesterday, The follow ing ciuipaniea were lncror atal to-iUtr. twlt : The Kent Land and Kulldlnr A-worlatlmi, of Kent, l'ortrye vniirv. wltli a capital stock of 20n.tHK, The J'sveJsior lluiUllng Aesoclntkio, locate ed at Yniingstown. Ohio, with a capital stock of 4'Ul. The Burner A Smith Man ufacturing Company of Itayton. Ohio, lb) ohject the inromt'.icture of rolling-stock for railroad', rar wheels, Iron and brass eat'nigs. A . The amount of capital stock is $5(XI,0iKi. r-fT l'p In Belmont county, a few Jays since, a party of Ohlonns gathered tliclr dogs together and engaged In a neighbor hood fox hunt. Getting tired, in the night they drew off and rode home. The dogs, however, were left behind, and they made a frolic among the sheep pastures. In the absence of foxes. In the morning eighty sheep were found dead and a number badly Injured, costing the owners o( a dozen dogs C0O. tBTVVe have on band a fresh supply of good jobbing iuka and arc prepared to do work in a neat and workmanlike manner, and on short notice. OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. Local Notices. All nettre la this column will be chafed at the rateof ten cents per tine for each Itucrtiuo. Ten liort,une day, ouo dollar ten llns,two da's.twu dollars, and so en fur nnr length of time. Pianos at AfcnoN. To-morrow morn ing (Friday) at 10 o'clock, the instruments now ou exhibition at Christopher Splel mau's, No. 313 Third street. Tho new Piano is seven octave, (equal to a Stelu way), a square Piano, round corners, three rows moulding, elegantly carved through out, and finished in the best manner, and manufacturer will give a live year's war rantee. A second hand Instrument, a good one. likewise on sale and exhibition. May 10 '67-dlt tW FriJuy afternoon, potrive and ex cduire sale oi tlie Ilnest nraiius. of Cigars, such as Gold Seal. Green Seal. La Flor. Golden Crown, American's Delight, and various other brands. Also, all of those genuine Jicersliaiiin Pipes, bale to com mence at two o'clock, at Jfi.it'3 Bonn stki.n'8 old stand, S83 Third street. . Jlny 16. -Bi-in." t?T" A Jnst verdict, given by tliousands buyers, that nt Goodman's cheap Boot and Shoe store,' 110 Jlain street, there can always be found nn excellent and well made up stock of boots and shoes, gaiters, slip pers, for less, money than elsewhere we nave reduced men's catr boots to J u pair, and all other as cheap in proportion. Those who wish to save had better call there first, jf tho saving of money Is their object. Having also received a full line of spring hats for men, boys and children's wear, direct from tlie manufacturer, we are euabled to oiler great Inducements to purchasers. ' Every thing In the boot and shoe line made to order, and good fit guar anteed.. Also, repairing neatly done and promptly attended to. , .3. Goodman,. Mity 10, W.' " ' 110 Stain street. Wnv is it ? The question is daily asked What is the secret of Schwarz' success in the clothing trade?"' It is readily ans wered. He sells the best quality of cloth ing at lower rates than any other house, and by a fair and honorable system ot dealing, has secured the conlidence of the public. J hat tells the whole story. May8,'U7. ' tSTFrom his sale and economical way of doing business, Schwarz, of the Eagle Clothing Store, can and docs sell first qual ity clothing from fifteen to twenty per cent cheaper than any other house In the city. Call and, see. Apr24 .i . Tax Notice. The tax-payer will bear mind the time for (he payment of the last hall of their tax, for the year 1800, will explreou the 20tH of .Tufte, 18C7. And all who wislLlonvoid the rush will come Im mediately aud settle their taxes, as the Treasurer caunot, at his discretion, grant further time than Is authorized by law. And as It is very unpleasant to the tax payers to meet a crowded house, and be detained for two or three hours besides that, it is very dlsageeahle to the Treasurer so, in that event, delay uo time in set tling your taxes, for if they are not settled by that time, the penalty will be added, as am going to retire from office. . ,, . . Daniel Stalky. Treasurer of Montgomery County, O. My 10, ls7. T0daw3t36 IW "DODSOX'S STATIONV'-A nice LL'NCn. AT Kl-OX-LOfl A. M, EVKBTHAY. EXTRA iiKAJ-S, tU all hours. GAME of every variety in season. ALE, BEEP WINES aud stronger liq uors, cigars, Ac, unsurpassed. Mayo ui-uii. tSTAttentlon is called to the advertise inent of H. Schwahz, Clothing Merchant, anothercolumn. Head It, beforepurchas log elsewhere, , ... , ., - 11 1 " 1 Eaolu Clothlvo Stork. It Is uo w a well settled fact that the Eagle Clothing Store one pf the prmnlueut buainess institu tions of Dayton. 1 The proprietor having purchased property here, intends to remain, and furnish his rmmorObS tnstoinera aud puWi.w4hrateTttisclothtng,nt lowerf rates than, any other limine In tliu city Sifrit of the '(ioltlcn Ea?le." April 24, mi. Every Uody Admits. That no uian In business works as faithfully and zcul- Inimly for the Interests of his cuatomers, as Schwan,oftbe EairleClothliy Storey He deserves the large aud increasing pat ronage he receives, especially from tne farmers and the luccltauloa and working - A.A 1 I Ol inn uui. - t v " To ai.f. Whom it May Cortcm. If yqu want a first clas Jo cf Tainting, Paper hanging or Ular.lug done, rail on Bob Duff. lief an do It for )iu lit the highest style of the art, ami bn Ishort hoflee. Shop 2U1 lhlrd street, over Ohio Insurance office, Uayton.Olilji. - t 'May 4-dlw Hot-as Wisinu,-A house containing six or seven rooms, and tho necessary out- nouses attached, la, wauled by a family One lit the eastern part of thu city prefer red. Leave wonl at tldaolllce. tf OHIO LOCAL ITEMS. Local Notices. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. To take effect May 6, 1867. CINCINNATI, IIAMIl.TO.t AND l)AYTOIt. I.ee. Afrlre. ssm sin "Ksl n and Pctrolt F.iimi.. tv d n 7 an a ia hAtHlufcky stid Vinrliiimtl aoc. 7:ttpm j i, y in 'v.rwn ami minium Ky SIHII . . . erl OI 7.SUm l.ouii and (hinsaeaue t:4Upm ATLANTIC ASH ORKAT Wr.STKns, s 'ii m Fsiern Krvre '. VnOim 1:40im f.Ntaht KxpreA...:L. .; , 5;uupai V? PAVTON AKDllIDUtOAW S S'tain Chi.:n-o Mall SrtiAatti ftepm (.tiUac-. Arcomtnodiitlni, Sdlipoi H;4U,ln (.Ijk'uko sii-l Detroit Kupms. . S;Qotm DATTOJ4, TK??IA AND C'OLt'AtAlL'S. SiAUpra la ton Ai;euiuiedatien.; v .. a (10 p n n, iMiH,,rn npi cs . . . 8 .Stl p l H'4Nyiu l'itt,1iiir)f Kprens tf:lOm 10;'Mlaiu Accuuiuiudatiua na:10pra INDIANA CKN'T'I. ASU llAirrOit AND WKSTKRN i) s m tniriiinnnd and lidlanai Ex. S f e p ro CINCINNATI, IATTOJf AND BASTKHN. ' fl:iiam pavton Kxprest 7-10 am l.aupni .Night Kxp re 4 00 p m KATTON AX0 tKlON. mam Mail .", .'. ".s:oop 6 :5r, b m Lxpruas. ii a m f. cares every morning. t l'hweiroliiK K:u on thet 40aadU pmtralns, Slid Virlli on the lt:0u pi traiu uiunt prucure IK kt'tf ln'ltrt' ievew orlftctt p tn. J. t f l.llKHTSON;, Agent, POST OFFICE, DAYTON, O., May 16, 1867. t ti til further notice the taa'ls will arrive and i-tuse ut this eOIi as follows: AUR1VK. CLOSE. A..,r. wi. .. . . . iA.t..it. 3 .n sew vot-a Cit I 701 I 3:00 New Knfi'm states. .. I 7 31) SCO r--tf - ih'n. ren.isrlvaa'a..' 7-Sl oi- diiscinc ivt, LoutsviMe atavi'ia' a-4j- s on .0. Iteielllon.c. I1.4P. War... Is m 7-l IVh"fl'n. Bs1t'iiiore,W'irn. 71i (W 7: IS i'o slnaJd Detroit a-flOi 7:30 r ii-i.i inn riiRuiir lo-'Ki i ,idiaoniyils. liidiaua... , . B-OII S OIll-lliiiiiJli- (Phio to. ail ,; cli iio.nU' l.id. leulruiWav 7:I.1( 7:15 7:15, 7:10 SsTfHIeve'f ml Onto. 7:151 7:' 51 8:00 7:'5'li CI'.'O l-".loi S OU, 7:S0 I I SO 5:UU Atie.ii : A Ui-tsat Wett'aWav " l 1 .Otll l -111 A IVflV.. . . 0 sal, ; o, y lo i ,t w es;e-n WavV' 7:151 7 111 8-Oll 7:011), Vioa A Mieiiigaa Way, 4sju:iumiv Wn 5:00 !nr.on ftt'n'onWair .. 8:001 8 VII 10:00 ,I,e mnun. obio ii a 11 -lull (.lo.l0SV.AV.Ae.T..Tll Tli AH 111 m tn mi i'....i.n. n I..-. . T. II Ml. IL'u on,. .:ule.o.k.Tu..Th.4a.HS.i -r . i . ...i-.w.f. fr H. iiu,.i Ik Jl l.i onu s hoiii-s - Open at T,a. m.; close at I . at. Sunday Open from a. a. to 10 a. h. ' WM. M. tiRKKV, P. 1 THE MERCHANTS UNION EXPRESS COMPANY. CAPITAL, $20,000,000. Owned and Operated by ' Our Merchants and Manufacturer!, Carrie by Bxpreaa, - - Money, Valuables, Freight & Parcels, Over mure than a- . 13,000 miles of Express Line, And. to more than . , , . FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES', And threugh theru ta : Mora than 4,000 Cities and Towns, At Joat and Liberal Rates, Bated on DISTANCE and COST. Our Lines are constantly Extending, AVD will aooa iow4 taoae ml both the A wnal aa4 I . . Eirai Co-: ' Over $100,000 per month Ate sow aaTd to BxprMa fthlwn T M( Oem panr, and thla earing cma be ta4 normnnent by eobUauinff the aan llaaral patruanee hitherto Ht ea 14. Kxparifltiaa aanireo our auoceM, ktid rrm,noem na that wo aia roly npon the enhlio eonfldenoe and nppert, vbaoh v koee te merit aly. t , ( Office, No. 58 Jefferson Street, Keb.l9.1f(17-4i)in." " K. 8911X11 Afsat, ADMIN ISTRATOK'S SALE OK HEAE ESTATE. ' TN ptiriianoof an onlerof tha Probate Cnnrt x ot dioniuouiery cuunty, onici, 1 will offer Air mio ni iuuuuaui'iiiin, vd lue 5A d.l ji Jug, A. D. 18S7, OI ftto o'cJoe P.it.'. At the loor of the Court Iiu"se in the city of tar ton, Ohio the following ilucriled real eatate, ait- nine in me envoi uaytou, ana being lot nuni hereil four thousaml eight hunUreU aud iirteen iwjiu; vii uic iiiivui uiDuLir vi uiywi. Midit lot ii appraised at S40U, I mo ol dower. . TKUM8 Or" SALK One-tlilnJ in liand.one-lhinl In one year ami one thinl in two yeara Xrom Uay of s:ile, w ith intercst.bv. Uultnud wayuaatA As w mmw iij uiurigaKO un ml- iirriniwl'S lioid. . l 1 1'WOMAB.UUtY, Ailinltilftratorof Auitia Haley, dei-eased. 4. II. ItAQUOTT, Att'y. ' Ap!i3t7-14W ' Bargains ) Bargains ! FOR BARGAINS, V.tt TO Darst's Store, No.84 llaln Street, At the old tan1 of Tiamt 4 Knetnly. ' T)art la Aolliiia outhU entire utock or Drtktlooilii without ree-ard to t. lileaoaed and brown Nnrllna at tervli.wprtriw. - 1 A. B. IlAUST. rnu. ipii l-'lll w JIM 11KXRY HUIET'S ESTATE. .. 0!f the llta day of May, A. I): laOT. the tinder' iltned haa been anpoiutcd and ouiillaed Ad. miuliti atorul the etate of Hna,r iluiet, late of imim,jwiiii-i j wuui,jiiiu, nfueaetl, UkOItOlv A. OKOTR. May'67dlt-wllt-3 ... ... " LKOAL noticb. TTK!f ttY STOOIiy will tuka noUco that a petl it tion wai uind In Uie (J.-rk OOlce, or the mirt uf Coiiuuuu rii-as. in kl out n ouiory County, nhio; tT r'llziiiiuth Bloody, praying lor a divwroe. nuu n iiiiuf uuacuov ii'r Hirer years. '.' . J. ... -EU.A llfil'll STOODY. May 8, lMT-wll'35 J. H. UKott, All y. FORTY CMEIAEES7 AID BBEEIES. ITOH B-ALK. AT TH tf " I Fourth Street ' Carriage Shop. Apnlv tn Wm. Onrrety 4 Co. ' Wc have old our uonnlnhed hlack, t.Mil,. Jto.. to AVm. Gorr-ty,8. Olllenjile, and John Ili-id. They will carry ou the InisincM nt the old tttand. tteina ptactiL-al 0ar riniff-maVeri, they can jrivti sittiAi'iiction U all that may furor theai with a call, 1'nr new work or reuairinit. .1. 4 UltO. March SB, lai7-dSwawlui v. Vost, w. r. IIAMCIIKTT. & ,H ANC HE TT POST WUOLKSALEANI) RKTAIL DIALKH8IN ' ' ... MAHSILLON,' -3HIPPEWA COAL AND COKE , OUlce, KkM Third St., ppol4e X'eula Depot, DAYTX)N, OHIO. Wiipptraand MerchsntsTAaSprluted toordar.oa short notiof , al . n . UK aats'ittx. - , btssm at Rooms. , e-nglish i t out the , is are fur .he B. c-w A 4 tail . Job Wants. All notices, Rotexroedlng four lines, anud mat ter.wlU bt laaortod tn Ike celesta under this hralln for heaMy-jSMamfa per any. Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Retail Market. CORRECTED DAILY BY JOHN A. MINICK, CORNER JEFFERSON AND MARKET. DAYTON, May 16, 1867. SMSSCheese.. .M . . 4i:rrknr. : ;, IS 14lt,Stania.. ..... i - ' ?. . Ill It Indlgu tt f) .... HI MAdticf S5 toaoda ,. to ... tmCreaia Tartar.... HO Cofl. Java... ,. Hrown Riifjar (.'offee Hlisnr Oriiabed euaar... . runilerud Sugar.. Granulated huKnr (ineant Aloiasset ft ttn Dried Aplna f lu Kurar tlouse tyrnp 1 SOlren Appln f bu.l tfi ftuighnia AtulsMvl K4rx Miv-llM, Jso. i. , , . 15 Viiii-gar., (S s& Kiee HaUint lincerliil Tea . V. 1 1. Tea ltla.k Tea..... I'andles rttar handles . Dried lleof Lard :. Hurtur. .,. Klf 1.1 White riah, Ja kill. . Jl Ml lRHah: nhl.. fl 0u . fl'41 4lKloiir 15 Mk Ml S .. .wt 411 V Oarks a 50 I 601 8(1'), Sack., I 75 monlons..,. 75 neati ; . t U6 s.i M Hominy 80 Ulitsln I'epper 40 . . 4H, .VUplce.. ..10 f .40 Dayton Grain Market. Wheat. S 10; Corn, 80Ko. : Oats, CScI Flour, fit), retail. AMEHKJAN , WALTHAM WATCHES. Wt claim and are prepared to prova uUat the Auer(uu Watches maaufaoturnl at WaHhaiu. Maaiacliuietls, are not oulj equal, but far iupe rior, to the watches of dlaad, Switaerlaad and Franc. Ws alto, elalm that they are CUE Art It, MORB ACOTRAie, MOKK DttTlAIlI.E, and mdra eully kept la order and repaired than any other watchei In the market. .... , Ileeaute In each on of tha rury nnnaroM parti of whleh a wateh Is mads Up, we attain', by me chanical power, nearly aiioiWo mathematical pre ciilon and uniformity, maklnj eyery watoh of any one style a true copy of Its model. Thla similarity In structure reduces the cost ol production i It secures uniformity inreiulti; it perpuates and inaWly diffuses any excellence that may be once achieved, and makes It easy to repair any injury sustained, ar replace any part that may be lost r destroyed. In addition to these mechanical adrsatatea, our Watchei arssimplar In structure, and therefore stronger, and less likely to be Injured than foreign watchei. How they run under the hardeet trial watches oaa hart, is shown by th follow Ins; letters ! PKMiNSYLVAXlA1 RAILUOAD COMPANY. OvricsorTiiKOsxsaAL HrriiaivTinniotT I A ltoona, I'A., 15ih Uvoember, Isutl. Otntlmtn: Tho watchei manutaotured by Vou have liven in ne on this railroad for scveral yvars by our entflneiu.-n. to whom we niralih i.h,.. part ol uur eimlpmcnt. Then ar now seme three hundred of thuui uurriea .... h.,. nn. ....i we oonilder them g-ood and reliable tioio kevpen Indeed, I havu (treat interaction In layliiir your wauhes give n lees trouble, u, have worn and woar much longer without rupairs than any watchei we have ever had in use on this road Al ynu are aware, we formerly iniated to thoie of mannfaotiir. nl aokiiowleilged iroort ren. utatlou, but ni a claii they never kopt time im cor recti), uor hitv they done, aa mMul .Mr..... yours. In these ktateinenti I am sustained by my urc deo.or, Mr. I.ewii. whoe exporienej eifendul over a svrit'i oi years. ttexpeetrully. M.1I AIIU ti W11.LIAM8, ,.,.. Orntrat Sinrintmlmt. Antrlca Watoh CV, WaitAam. s ' . ' i i .NEVY YORK CtVTUAL RAILROAD. '. LocoaoTivi rntPAKTuiiNT. Wist niviaiuv, nwBUXMi, HT. S4, IN4J. ... t GtHtlsmm: I hv nn tiltnt1,.v. 1.. .....i ..'.. ..... oeuevc uie great raujnniy hi iMixiinnilve Kngi-l luiimi uy uaeriene thut WaltliKm atones arc the most atikfae.urv oi any tortheir ues. rhcr run with the irr...t...t stoadliieu, iiotwIthKtiiiiding the rough riding of they tuiirt budiitabid. I hop tosae th time wnon nuiiwuy (.omiunioM will guneraily wlont your walrhen. aa-i furnish them n .7..i...T.t: cimduMors. In my opinion It wsnld greatly tend to prouiote regularity and S8fety.(i. i, - CHARLKS Wll.SON, d . CMef gnatnr Brotherhood of Lni-Mnntiv, v-ii..ir,..l. Amtritm Watth L'e., WattAtm, Mam. - . . i Auy of the grades of Walt ham Watches may be purchasedof Wutch Dealers generally throughout country. a . . .HOUBIHa Ac APP1ETUD. AgenUforthsAmerloaa Watch Company, So. IM Uroyylwajij Hew York ; or, MOuaiNA, APPtKION, 4 GO,, i .No. a Washington Bt,, Boston, : Feb.18, lB87-dMWFaweaw8m!l4 , ' . V ' oiiiosirG-.., . out x j. j, SAI.t' Or A LARB STOVK OF , FINE JEWELIyj Watchtt, Diamond: fVmck JfarbU and Amorioan HlooU, mlmr imd flatod Wart, foM J'mtk - . Jtronto StiUU4tte, Optra Glatm, and a good many oMr articUt. rl THE undersigned now offers, at greatly redaeed prlcoi, his entire itock of Jewelry, at th old Hand of Jl. Kline. No. SSSThlrd itrect. The entire stock of good! . Ksr.fi A-iHiAal achunge4a the hu'iineiii Is anticipateU, .. Vail in anna, a- th sisa limited, and procure your bargains. The good! all warranted as j:uriuMiiu Call and exam- ,., , ax6or F, ap 7dlm , - YSaoeessor to Uenry Kline. r NOTICE. BENJAMIN MKTHKKD, whose reildene Is unknown Is harsibv niitiflAii thai A Metherd diil. Oil the Mb ilkv of Avrll.lMT, Hie Jler i.e.,..,, iuu vivra 'uace of ins court or lm nioa 1'le.iAof Montgomery County, Ohio, charring him. w ith willful absence Irom the laid plaintiff SO" re than Ave yeari past, and praying that maybe divorced from said IlFnlaiuinMethard which petition will stuad lor hearing at the next teria ofCourt. . ftAKAH . MKTHKltD, " Ii """' Att'v' aplS Mft-l BIT TLER 'HOUffEj ' HAMILTON, OHIO, P; KUKT . . . Proprietor lallwtf .. ., ;. . .- ,. . ?,;,4j Bart Chancafor a Splendid Bargain AB F. KV Tirtlv Cham hr ett efaak Fan itur con.i41i( ol Carted itedaleett, Marble Top llureau. H ash Stnnil. t'eufrn Tuhln' Ordinary Chairs, andRocklngrhair." WilfbosolJ p-mn, Tnonrion on nrsr colt; only W'l ch In use about tw o months. Address Lock Hnv l:ui iir,..n Good Chance for Investment. UY party wlshln V aol. 1 will ouer SonsKttng of evervth Dry Goods Store old itund. Filth urtel, dwtwesn Wuyi-e and Jackson. IMDiuiNiw lldl. HAL LKKlt , , ' it, r. jfDi.A.v,; .A J United States Commissioner FOR TUB SOUTHERN DI8TRIOT OT OHIO. Otnr. 316 Thlrsl street, second ttcry, F.rt,1T-t1. - DAYTON, o. AKTE! MKRCHANTB, BANKKK d w sating bood mntlngdone. to work axeuuted at tha ACmuTra aLs. Reeus, N-Ht Mala itreet.- '- OBTERS AND PROGRAMMKS and ia Colors, neatlvu luted wke s, neai tMPJ ISA Steam Job MaNUFACTURKBS' LABELS--; l In great variety at th t.Mi'SlK ir. ttsaa Jl Kvotul i 1 Democratic Publications. VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO., K. 101 Naa tttreet, N. T. Tublith or sell the following works i toVi itja ii4Toat or Tim great citilwak fn tfie rrniid state!, from lasi to lflfB. By R. O. llorton With Ml llluitraliom. Thii hook liadapt od to all elaHMi of reader!, and glvei, In plain languago, a clear and correct account of the let War and Hi Camel. It ii the only History pub lishcd from a lemncratlc or Htate Kightl stand point. ISino pp., with llluitratloiii,4li. lit. NEOROKA AKD KEUIIO "SLAVERY :" TasriastAK Isrraioa Raci Tns Lattss.its NoHnil. t onuitiun llyj. II Van Evrie, M. Ii. (Third Kill tion.) One vol., ISfmo. pp P3. Illul trnted w it li Kour Cutl, showing the diflerence be. tween the w hue man and th negro, l'rice, II W. LETTERS OF MAJOR JACK UOWMNQ Of tl. Ih IrrtwulngtBlBHUlKla. na -l.h kin and the r a Willi, ptirtratt.fif Mie Major, and 7 other War capital illuitrntiuui ISino,, ko4 pp., cloth. ( 1 W. OL'TllKIl V) r.Al.TIl AND NORTHERN 1'ROlllS, Al exhibited lu Statistical Kl. t, and Dfliclal Fig. urea. Ily Thomas l'rentice hettell, late editor of the "Democratic Review." pp. 1S7. I'rlce, Mcts. THE I1RED BCOTT DECISION. Opinion oi thief Justice Taney, with an Intro duction hv Iir. J II. Van kivrie. Alt-o, an A)ipen. f1(.eontHintra' an Ki-iayn tlMNilural IllMory ot lit ITVKimflioiu Kace of Mankind. Uy Dr. S. A.tai-Lwright, of New Orleaui. i'auipiilut, 4 pp., evo. i-rice, so cent. HISTORY Or TUB UNION AND CONSTITUTION. Uplng th lul-etaoceof three Lectures on the Colonial. Hevolutionary and censtllutiunal Perl, odlol American History, w ith an Appendix, con taining the Constitution of the United slates, and the Virginia and Kentucky Resolution! of 'W8 and -vj. iy v. wuauocey iiurr. I'rlce, So cents NOTU Oat TH CONSTITVtfOM or THE UNITED STAlxS. With exposition! of the most emlnentstatesmen and Jurists liiitorlcal uud Explanatory Nolei on everv article. ity C.Chauncey llurr, author of "History of the Union 1 o. l't i-rica, so cenu. SUBOENATION t TbsXoxiial Relation or the Kacxs An an wer to "jiisccgenauou." i'rlce, xa cents. THE TRUE NATURE AND CHARACTER or OUR FEDERAL UOVEHNUENT. Ileing a review of Judge 9tory'i Commentaries aa tlie Constitution of th United State. Ity Abel TUK OLD GUARD, VOL. I, 1863, Containing the portraltsof Hon. Horatio Seymour, iuu. j. j. , aiiauuiMiiaiu, .jiuvernor rarxer, ol w ., iiou. ii. v . oorneci. llou. J. A. llayard, Hon '. Wood. Hon. B Wood, aud Uou. U. W. Wood waru. i-nc, fsew, i . i ' TAIB OLtt OUARD, VOL. II, 1864, Cvutalning steel portraits of Mayor tiunther, T, II Seymour, J. W. W all, K. II oldi, R. B. Taney. Alex. Long a, s. Cox, -Uldeoa J. Tusker, H. M. I'rince, o. jf. I'endlet'ni, and Daniel iiolsmau. OcUvavkrapp rnoer-ifto. .'-'TUK OLD OUARD, VOL. Ill, 1WJ0. It contains the new novel hv lii. i- nnn ie gli,b,lu full, eutitle.1, "The I'eerund the Printer." aiihi, vaiuauie political articles, svu., Six pp. As. TRK OLD Ut'ARD, VOL. IV, 18C6, Contalm the niw novel, by Prof. Peck, entitled uenuaaeciy, tne lleroincor theOld Doiniuiou. ud agrt-ut variety of oolitical and liu.rrv arti cles. AUo, Iteel plat portraits of twelvu C jlifcd crate ooneruls. vix. : I.ee. StouowallJMnki.n J H. .lonnsKju, ueuuregaro, twel. Longstrecl, llauip ttiuii'vlk, rrn e, uustasus baiita, atuart, and A i". lllll uctavo, WD pp. frice, 4. DAVIS AKD LEE : A Vindication ofthe Southern Htates.Citiieni aud 11 1 1111 L.. II V I lie r HIierHI I f,li.tlli,l,..n -n.l ilu Kt .1,... and au Kxposureot the Prescrvatiens of the said Constitution and the A'alsteeatlnn. nf II.m iii.i..-i. cal Records, by the Massachusetts Kxuoundera. Ily 1. C. Cents. Barrister. London. KdvIuiuI Prfe.. Kil ..un. TUK DEMOCRATIC ALMANAC: A POLITICAL I'OMPENIIICU for 1808. UniO, l lip. I'riosU, This Manual ,r IMA n, ha nniin, . reHuiariy eaen year, contains lull Klectlou .i lor leeu, jtsu, andldoS; List or Newspa pers Suppressed by tho Lincoln Administration; chronology ol 1BB5, ol Ilattlei, Acts of Congren, Ac. It contains maltvrtobe had nowhere else, and ii valuable sud important to have at any TUK COPPERHEAD MINSTREL A.inica-Ootleettn of Democrat! Poeais and SOUKSnr tli use iifo H4iAl Iftuas. j&cllsc. iuu aad th Boaial Circle. THE M0NGREI.ITE8 OB TUB RADICALS. No.f'Al.I.en A fi.tl.l.. s.. ou the .Mougrel leaders In the ItumpCoogresa.. Ho pp. ISiiio. Price US cents. Any ofthe above works sent to any part of 0v.v, iwiiskc paiu.un receiptoi price, AMTI.AHVLiriOHf TRACTS. No. 1. ABOLITION IS DEATH ; or, Th Attempt to Equalize Races th Destruction ol society. CI pp. i'ricelOcts. ' No.S FULK NtGROISM; or, Result, of Emu citation in the North and tha H'twiimll. lai.,.1. With Statistic ol tha I litinmnm. I.I l...u.. ..r , 1 Negro, hi! Return to Suvagism, 'and the Kffect fmuflPlon upon thu Farming, Mechsn- . ..... w"H la.SCS. ITICO lO CIS. Mr p. OX. "Jldri" f BOLITIO'4, .CONBITRACY; or, A SHcec'tS Jrls- Party. No 4 Til K NKO.iiO'S Pl.AI K IV K ATI-pit a Paper read before the London Anthropological Society. By Dr. James Aunt, President of the Society. Octavo, Si pp. Price 10 cts. o. o. THE SIX Sl'KCIKS OF MKN With Cuts representing th Types of the Caucasian. Mon. gol, Malay American Indian, Esquimaux and cgro. with their ucueral Piivsicat .ml AfMnt..i Ouiilitlel, Laws of Organixation, Relation! to ., , , 'clt-it,c' aapp. vo. rric lu cts. f 1 U0 per dozen. Mu.e.-SoLlLoyUYS, by "Brick" Pomeroy. of chanic.""A Returned Soldier," ta,,te. . of dp. tiuuiiuuiiiu, a ruur firmer" jl mm. Theie Trscts ar sent, postage paid, for 10 cents. -.n.v u. w,a uuuni jiui uoxen; or nv aol- lars per hundred br exDre.s. DemnerMti., i... mittees, Asioclationi, etc., ordering 1,000 at a tima u, luiin.iicu mem ai exaciiy cost price. VAN iVKlK, 1IOUTON A CO., Publishers No. Ida Nassau street. New York. MHCBii rieuiiiioi IDDSI. Central Insurance Company, UAPirAL SiOO.OOO OFFICB No.ati.eait side of Main street, (between wviwuu un Asuru stxeas, uaytoa, o. irFra4.Atru5rusuTiice Policies issued upon all descriptions of buildings, machinery, aud stock, for one yesr or leu, and upon dwelling nouies and household goods for three years, or any less term, at reasonable rates. Board or DinacToaavvUenry Men-man, Robert cnamoers, Andrew Uump, Ueorge W. Shaw, Men ry 8. Fowler, W. L. Harrow, A. H. H. Folkorth. HENRY HKRUMAM, PreiiUsut. Anthony Stipuans, Secretary. M HI ?AosarrxUi.i4rTyr. OHIO IVSIKAME COMPANY, OF DAYTON, OHIO. AUTBOaiSID CAriTAL. Assets ..$160,000 . . 106,01X1 0FFICE-S89 THIRD bX., OVP. UVMIOH UALL HE IH-'StBIIE'EISinmi i'A f.t- .i'lr-'.r' V-at ' -i ' Current nates. D I K'E O T 6 li's : William Dickey, Jonathan Kenney. William Arnold, Hugh Wlgglm. Ueorge A. lirove, Abraham Cahlll, Johu Wigglin, Ilaiullton M.Turner, Peter T Dickey. WILLIAM DICKEY. President. JONA. II A RSUM Att, Treasurer. WLrlUsrlI, Seorutury. ., ; max MUS. M. CLARK'S Cloak and Dress Manufactory Lace Seta atnl Childreii'$ Clothing CORNER MAIN AND SECOND STLEETS, ntrauea-l Main Street. ... ,i . - -, tAlo,attBfreto .-. r an. , RJ 33 O- -'JBL LI A, FOR GOOD TEMPLARS, MASONS, ODD FEL LOWS. Ac. Good! furnished, and ordars silled promptly, at lowest price!. ItiriHBNOie Dayton, Troy aprlng llld, Plqus ad Tippecanoe Temperane Lodges. Jsarwils.iatlWtf. - . . w Ft Democratic Publications. Medical. r. 1 fegetablIImbrosia IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE I C3rsxy-Ii-ul-l Pcoplo hare their locks restored by it to tlio dark, luttrout, tiUitn irtnu of youth, and are happy I Young People, with light, faiUd or red ITair, have theio unfushionalile eolnrs clisnyed to a beautiful auburn, and rejoice I People whose homlt are covered wltli Dandruff and Humort, uso it, and have cleau coats and clear and healthy scalps I I lald-I traded Veterans liava their remaining locks tightened, and tho bar spots covered with a luxuriant growtt uf Hair, and dance for joy I Young Gentlemen use It because It Is richly perfumed I Young Ladies nss It because U koopi their Hair In place 1 Everybody musf and trill use it, because It is the eltanut and bt article lu tlie market I 1 i ' For- Sals by Dmgfriits generally. C. Jl. FLINT, laj ton,0., OENURAL WilOLhRAI.R A OK NT FOU OJUO" Ac Wholesale, by AV. W. 8TEWAJ1T, 0.ili AluiU Ht., de!0 "mw Dal 'I ON, 5j Sr S ALLEN'S lAJNG BALSAM THKOnEATltEMKHV FOU TIIK CL Uk li CONSUMPTION AMj ILL HlbKAtSKH UiT THK MN(,8. Xtue UESULT OF JT.S tSJC JS A rrool of its fjreat value. 'Hie xtraonlinfiry lu-ai nffprupurtittbot'taUK remedy are ixvim it .l U All ttiottu who Imvu iiktil it. Tlicir t:sl imuii v wi" le I'uuuU iu a iuniJitt't. whU Ii mu be liaU of lI.l- kgcois w here tlie meiiirine i ubt.l. CUUOHb AMUOLDS, hoHuver.liMtVHHh.i. mu bruken uu in an iiiciidiblu slmrt tin it hv cHiuitir specUlc Itiiluonre on the I.mtjrs, st thin Hit' iiihUvi anl phlegm areeusil uxprtoraiL-d. AI.LhVS LVSKt ii Lh A Al (-.ntrttn- iir opj.ttu In ituy lorm. Jt ) juricctly isuiinlt HB lor ihu t)! most fielirate child. COSaU All'TJ Vhs would do well to rum! Treatise ujon Uitjavd Lttogh. thtF"ltit a gooiX rtnic-ly. Try It. For lc hv 11k rropritjtom, J.ls.iJAltKJb A lo., (. .ncninuu uiiio. Trie? 1 per bottle. Suld b j Aledfcinc Denier ttiroufthout tlie city and country. o untU.u tf (tOJv'i A1M ALL THB HDK'aL Y ll.Tlirtt OF J Pine Tra Tar. Wiws ol 'lar ellrea t onsunnr.tion Oolda. Bore 'throat anil l-rra-l, rroi,rliilia, allua Diplheria.Oravel. llaltea.and liisravet I ttif K Id oey and Bladder andollwr cmnplHilits. bold by lJruaaistn and Oroeera tlironghont the united Hiatus n onl i,ia hnuie. W. W. S'l KWAHT, OSSKSAI. SOSMT. win of 1 auntcrf cl dsnuine have"Wlne of Tar" blown on hrlllr. t erjiul : EVER AND AGUE. Tberemedy toours and prevent this illti-nse DR. S. O. KICHAKDSOVS SHERRY WINE BITTER The celebrated New Knglund rt'Diedy for .launtlioa xeTerit.iu iy ue, Vituerai Jjeuiiiiy, arm uu UiseMhtHt arising iroia UiumK-i L-d blom-, auh. Liver und lluw els. K They are used anil rLxoiiiioeinlnl In It nditi Jihy icians of the country, ami all wlio try them iiro nouuee them invuluahle. trice, ftl per bottle. J. N. U AKU1H A CO.. Cincinnati. Ohio. etorttforthe Webteru Mtutub. BOLIJ BX Al L 3HJ1CINK DKALKUS. octsi dawti r Real Estate Agents. STEPHENS HUBER & CO. KEAli KSTAIK AOKN'iH, DAYTON, OUIO. ILL ATTEND TO TI1F. fiTT.T.IVfi and buying or real estate, loan money on bond nt d mortgage, uiakovollectious.etc., etc. All tiniiu"B entmsteU to them will be faithfully attended to DE5 -gL AND Manufactured TOBACCO AAV cio a its Trad SaJatruoiui 10 1U.Y 6TIIKKT, uar lUoad- tt sa , A SJ ve A UI at. GlVTLtVlMt At tha. emlirit iti.tn r.l mun fm.1. ...I, largely eonnccted in the TOUAU o TltAlJi wl o hate Ion Ivlt tho nt--ft,sUy for repulur A i ctiom and Commission Tkauk bALta, dtvuUtitAc.u.ive ly to the dlipoial of LEAF and Manufactured Tcbacco, And Clfcara, we have much pleasure lit nnuomic iiiff, thHt having given the muiU r uur cartjlul ton ideratfon and lH-mK HHtisHt d thut Uie Undo re quire rtch an OferAhllahment, vo haTe rciiiiiu iKed business at the above uddrci-n, delei uiij.td thut nothing ft hail be waaiUngou our jjurt to difiiw Patronage and VonfUUnve Ot all who may favor us with their support. One of our flrui havinir dt'vriU'1. msmu cluilvety to the growing aud liuutultii'l mU of 'i o- '. muruuniiiy cun vurbtini will! uiy lUis-Juess in U it branchel, and everv endfitvor w ill h made to realize, lor all good consigned to ii tho bett market rutea. ' We have taken eremites In ImnKMlintn nw.vimL ty to the lar Kent 'tobacco and ( irnr Dinlcio tn Hill oily, no that our lalu which w ill hv held ivkuIiu -lr everv Tut'iiiiav atnl r ridav are .Minis... i.i.,.. fully reprtwented and attended I y the Trade. Particular attrition fictn to &Aijrment$ in ond. AU C'OMaiONMKNTH Will 1)0 UFKJLKED nn I Iw. iuul. diatbly autcittDih'O aledn,uiid prjuipttetuiiii made with rmniUunroH. All parties Iuvohuk ii with their consia Iffiiraents, tln-ir pri. in online uy mHii. iiiif itic t uttk u ith i vale mark, t.0 lliut tlu- Mine ma he sun sold in separate Jwi, and loi wuiding wil nin)l, ami lib thv Itt- TUB X-OWESX LIMI Ferwhii'b the same may be told, coirr'ther wl ir 'ostomce addi-ess. Consignees, In shipping tout, will plvato mnrk 11 Cases 1). J. C. C Co., 16 Dry St., A. IV i We are, Gentlemen. Your obedient serrants, D. DOUGLAS CATJLKINS & CO. bOUOLAS CATLEIKS, 9. W. 0ORBIN, L. 1. CAVLK1HS Befercnres by rerniiiiion : W illiam J. Stilt 3.. m A 175 Washllialuli St.. K. V.: Jus. Sv,i, ton, Importer, 89 Ilcuvur it., N. 1.1 I niiu-is A. Eltv. ttu.. II State St.. K. Y.: Hull. W in. Hi.... .,, Chicago, I.lsut. tjov. of illinwisi llou. biiiniu-l Aihtoa, JTernuaojna, 'la. U.J. HKRIN'lil-U, At-'lit. 9. M, Wormau's AluilUing. Jetfrrson t., liuvtoo Ohie. Uln-hlU IM17.u-l......u ' i, W. i.STa JAMAS Ari'LEUATS. LENTZ & APPLECATE. R A I j KKTATH AOKNl'8 MO. tSsTIIIRU BTREKT, DAVTUN.OUIO. Havahlarss number of lunrovrd Kurm. ins,. rlous parts of tbli sud other btan-s. lur ml,-. Aso uuuierous loll la the vlty, viliich tlu uQi-r m vuiaWs terass. rib Sfl, '01-01