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WEDNRSllAT. NOVKMBKK 15. U65.
Current News Items.
Mjor-gnral Kilpstriclt, who served
subordinate onder Oeneral Slooom, having
recently made a "stomping" loor polili
cal eeeMr tkroogo lb Bute of New Jereey,
retained bis military rork and pay doriug ths
whole canvast. n is bow, it end of it,
appointed toon important diplomMio ooailion
as Miolater (o Chili.' UpoO receiving iHi
civil appointment, which carriee with it a Mi
an nl twelve thousand dollar! par annom io
RiJ.Vneral KilpaUui reigned hft rani as a
:... .rl in the volunteer service : but
having been precious!) gazetted at a briga
dier and major-general in tht regvlar army,
hi tort out to Chili ajftwo "single geotlemen
rolled into one," idrawing pay with hi lnfl
hand at a eoldier from th Department of
War, and with bit right band aa a diplomat
from the Department of State I
The telegraph brings the tad and melan
choly lidintf of the death of Hoo. l'reelon
ivine. of New York. There were toraort of
his absence, and diipalchea were sent in vari
out directione to ascertain hie whereabout,
h was finally discovered that, in a temporary
aberration of mind, he had epruug from the
Hoboken ferry-boat, and wae drowned. Hie
body had not been recovered at last acennnti.
neneral Thomae hue directed the citir.ens
nf Tnllahoma In rebaild the negro school
house which he chsrires they tore down. The
citizen! refuied, and the General, in trne roil
itary pomp, baa lent a detachment of troop
t iwiira that hie order be eseooled. 3
The I'retident ia actively engaged io pre.
paring hie message, and the lecretariti of
the variant department! are bnsy in complet
i ag their report. -.-
There appear! 19 be considerable of a
squabble in Washington among the detectives
over the rewarda offered and paid to General
Wilion for the capture of Jeff. Davis and the
assassins of President Lincoln. The iutn
amoonti to a quarter of a million of dollar.
Jt seems to be ietlled that licl'beroon, th
Clark of the Haute of UepressBtative, will
diiregard his duty aid retose to call the roll
of all the rrembars.
Henry A. Wise's personal property ba
beau condemned for confiscation by Judge
Th total sick and wonaded In the Govern..
ment Hospitals throughout the) country i now
leai than 6,000. Eight months line it wei
The Missouri Legislature hare appointed a
committee to memorialise the. President to re
lease all Federal soldiers confined aa prison
era during the war.
There are rumor that the 1'reeideol will
soon lisufc a" proclamation of paac and re
Inretion ul the Southern State to th
There r bo additional case of cholera on
bord the Atlanta, Passengers 00 the ship
complain much ol the detention at (juaran-
' . -a ;
The new eunslitaiiou of Georgia was d opt
ed oa the 0th Inst. The ordinance repudiat
ing the Stale debt was adopted. '
Wesuiagton L. Low, th editor of the Phil,
adelpbia Xilr fur the last twenty-eight
year!, is dead.
Several 61 the large war steamers ha re
ceived order! to bo immediately fitted out for
Current News Items. The Trial of Dorsey.
It having beu stated that the trial of
Dr, Dorscy, lat Treasurer of State, would
probably take place at the present term ol
th Common ,PIaa, Court of Franklin
County, the Statesman aayi :
."This f rrobablv s niltlake. , We under
stand inai iiuuo iiaiea continues crimina
cate BAtM'tho e tria after indictment,
prisoner' coonsl so desire; and aa Durtey
ha not yet been indicted bis case now being
before the Urand Jury -hi trial will be likely to
go over until ID (tit term. fudge 11. u.
Warden ha been relumed to conduct
prosecution, iiUiu? with the Prosecuting !
lorosyt-atd the Doctor Ime retained able
counsel to conduct bis defuus.. This will be
an important trial, and the people of the en
lire Blare win im n it who more man oro
nary interest' " '
NW Causa or Oaikv Geaeral Dudley,
Commandant of the t'reedmen'a Bureau at
Memphis, caused to be arrested, cneeveoiug
laUly, ou twenty black prostitutes, aud bad
thm sent into the country 10 every amotion
bounO Out lur lu balance or Ibis rear and th
next, to work on plantation.. We expect the
Republican presses will issue a terrible howl
over tnis summary aot ol Uenaral JJudley
I hey will want tu know why ba make! a dis
tinction between th black and lb white of
th earn profession. No distinction on ae
xonntaf color, i the watchword now of lb
Republican party, and General Dudley must
need it il be wishes to li in peace. Uin.
Emjuirtr, ,ji( ').:" 1
Mobdkb kt AvoDn. On Saturday after
noon last, lb peaoetul tillage of Arondale
wai mad th on of a murder, to th great
consternation of that quiet community,
woman by th nam of Calhirin Welch, at
boon located in Burnet itreet, got into aa
altercation witb om others in a sort of drun
kea row. which prompted a man named
Michael Crai to tak part io, il. Th 1
Craig picked up a hatchet lying clow at hand
o w ara informed, aud iiruck Mr, neiva
blow witb it upon the head, from tbe effect
of which oh died ooo after. Th murderer
mad bis ouap. and il till at large. CVa
Jinquirtr, - " ' ...
To the Patrons of the Daily and
We annonnced aihnrt time I'tire, that the
Daily and Weekly Kmpir ICitablishmeBt had
been s ild to II. H. Hobitieon, Ksq , late of the
'it.rinnati Knquirnr. We are pleased to an
nounce that Mr. Robinson has arrived her
and taken possession oftlie Ofline. It gie
us siill greater pleaenre to add that he hns
pnrchaerd new typo for the entire Olljce,
which hare also been receired.
n order to pnt the new material in lhape
and thoroughly renoral llieoflice, on consul
tation with numeioua friends, it has been
deemed advisable to suspend the publirttina
of lb Daily and Weekly Kmpire foraliw
days fier tbe present iaoe. 1 Thi will nff(fl
an opportunity to put every thing in th bust
shape, and no nonoreesary delay will, occyt
to th re issue of both paper!. 'They' will
both appear in an entire new dress, and we.
believe will not be snrpassed In Whfr or ma
chanism by any other paper iu th State.
We hep that no serious inormrenience will
be occasioned to our friend by this arrange
ment, and wa are satisfied, that when Ihey
receive the Kmpire in its new dress, they will
eee the wisdom of this course.
Io the mean time, the Job Ronnie wit! bt
open, and all work in that line received and
executed as keretofore.
The Case of Jefferson Davis.
The following, from the Washington Na
tional Republican of tboTth last., is believed
to be substantially correct :
The President baa not only consulted bis
constitutional adf isen, bis Cabinet, nnd the
proper law officers of the Government, on the
subject, bnt he has also invited lottos council
some or the most eminent constitutional and
criminal lawyers in the land. Amon these
may be named Chief Justice ( hase, who came
here from Ohio some lime in Ancost last, at
the special invitation of th President, to
eonsult on the general subject of trial for
treason. Subsequently, about th tint nl
October last, President Johnson addressed a
letter to Chief Justice Chase, informing him
that it might become necessary for the Gov
ernment to prosecute some high crimes and
misdemeanors committed against the United
State within the District of Virginia, Chinf
Justice Chase's Circuit, and inquiring wheth
er the Circuit Conrt of the United Stntes for
that district is so far organized and in condi
tion to exercise its functions, that the Chief
Justice or either of the associate of the
Supreme Conrt would hold a term of the
l irouit Unurt there during the Autumn or
early Winter for the trial of onuses.
Abont tbe middle ol October C Diet Justice
replied to the President, lie positively as
serted that his Circuit Court of the District
of Virginia, either to be presided over by him
self or one of his associates, would not bold
a term during the Autumu or rarly Winter.
lie slated that tne regular term authorized by
Congress would commence this year the 27th
of November, the present month, only one
week before the annual term of the Supreme
Court, when all the judges are required to be
present, allowing bnt one week' for the Circuit
Court to sit, which, in the opinion of the
Chief Justice, would be too short a term for
the transaction of any very important busi
ness But th Chief Justice add that, were
the fact otherwise, he so much doubts the
propriety of holding Circuit Courts nf the
United states in amies which have been de
dared by the Executive Deparimeni of the
national uovernment wimiu vaoeuinn, and,
therefore, subjected Io nmrtinl law before the
complete restoration of the broken relations
with the nation and the superi ediire ol the
military by the civil administration, that he
would be unwilling to hold such courts in
such States within bis circuit, which includes
Virginia, until Congress shall have had an
opportunity to consider and acton the whole
subject. The Cbiet Jortie e: pr wed Io th
President tbe opinion that a civil court in a
district under martial law can only act by the
sanction and under lha supervision' of the
military power, and he positively asserts that
he could not think that it becomee the Justices
of tbe Supreme Court to exercise jurisdiction
under such conditions.
Miss Ida Menken.
Mrs. Menken Heenan, who claimed to he
the wife of lieenaa when he was tip lor the
filiht with Sayera, or Mias Ida Menken after
llcenan denied thecongogal claim, has lately
been playing in the charncter of, "Tbe Child of
tbe Sun, ' at Astley's, London, and with suc
cess. In a part of the act she ride across
the stave on a dummy horse through heavy
seas, th wave breaking upon a rocky shore.
aud presenting au awlully daugarou pros
pect to Ida. 1 he other night she had goi
about half way serous the stage, when the
and her steed fell through an opening iu the
boards down a descent of about ten feet. The
dummy lauded heavily upon the lloor below,
bnt the more fortunate Ida came plump upon
tnesBOutaera 01 a scene snillur who hapoen
ed to be passing at the time. 'I hit was not
on the bills, and the soene alter was bewilder
ed, a the "Child of the Sun" appeared to be
riding him through the breakers. Stunned
and coufused be performed badly, and threw
hie rider, who, though a Utile sprained in th
back, appeared in lulllaxe again anon the
tag ia anoni iwtmy minutes. nzenange
It is not often that rotten trunks pf treat
are laden with acceptable fruits, at least we do
not hear of them. Yesterday afternoon, how
ever, four boys, named Jouu. icott, Henry
Clever, Charles Gaoner and Charles Thomas
wer at play on th bank of the Two Mile
Run, when an of them begart to' roll an old
rotten log or trunk from it piece. In the ef
fort to disengage tho timber it anlit ia 1wn.
and out rolled lira pocket-books, four of which
contained in the eggregate, f $T.i ; a purse
containiug some silver, and two silver watches;
also, a bottle coulaioiog etharttod chloroform.
Aa soon a liu hoys had .proeeeswd a very
qtiet search to set if there might not be other
Ireasares ia tbo vioiaitv, the very promptly
aatde their way to tho Mayor' Office aad en
quired for tbe Mayor. . Chief of Police Long
received tbo relics, and commended tbe boys
for their honorable conduct. Persons who
btvo loet pooket-botoki and Vatcbe in Ilia
neighborhood referred to can call at the May
of ofliee.and by describing their properly.re
oOvcr It, and perhaps git soma olua lo lb
thief who deposited lb properly where it was
Tba Democracy of Dayton and Mont
gomery county, ara requested to meet on
NaVI HUAV KtrBlag, Nevtsissr IS,
at 7 o'clock, at CLEGG'8 HALL, for
tlm purpose, of forming a pewaiMat
Several short adilresmes will bo made.
COME ONE I COME ALL I
The Negro in Jamaica.
The public hears much just now about the in
surrection io Jamaica, on of tbo West lodia
islands; but there is little to throw any light
a pon the cause of ihi outbreak. W are
not placed in possession of anything av the
mere fsot that there ie a rebellion in progros),
and that it is attended by every species of
It is known, however, that lb rebellion is
among th ns if roes, and that they are waging
a war of extermination againt the whites.
Jimmies is one of those Kdens which Mr. U,
'Greeley and Wendell Phillips are laboring to
e .tablieli in this country. It ia a place where
the African hes his "right" the right to vol
at the snme polls with the whit man, to prac
tice law in the same courts with the white
man, to sit witb him on the judicial bench, to
put his feetomler the white man's mahogony,
and to marry the white man's sister aad
daughter. We further know, since equality
was decreed in Jamaica, that that island,
from a first-lass productive country, ha pro
grasped into nothingness. It decreed negro
rqiiHlity and lost its material prosperity, it ie
now receiving the laat louche to make it a
perfect negro psrsdfse, by an attempt to ex
terminate the white population. These nt
groes are perfecting their equaiity and their
' Brotherhood (vule Greeley) by cutting off
the legsnf their white brethren and disem
boweling tbeir pal aider. It is precisely
what Ibis country may confidently expect
within a very short lime after Greeley and
I'hiliips have accomplished their labors.
First, our material prosperity will disappear.
to be followed speedily by the mutilated bod
ies ot the white population.
lit couraerour abolition lellow-citnens see
nothing wrong, nothing suggestive in Ihi Ja
maica affair. It i only a little teapada on
th part of the gentle African. It doe not
militate a?ainst th argument to give him
power. To be sure, the negro make a bash
of his own children for breakfast when at
home, bul he won't do it hero if ho is only al
lowed ttie same power as is possessed by the
white man. To eliminate the ferocious in
stinct of the tiger, it is only necessary to tear
away the walls of his cage and allow him to
roam al his own sweet will among the deni
tens of our crowded streets.
The benefits of rsmoviii all restraint
from Dahomey are well illustrated io Jamai
ca. J 0 secure the same desirable retail wa
have only to accede to the request of Meesrs.
Greeley and Phillip. Let their demands ba
satisfied and we shall have Jamaica every
day io the week in the south; let tbeir benev
olent intentions succeed, and in less than ball
a century fetiahworships will havs become
the nalioual religion and a bouillon) of babies
th fashionable breakfast dish in every house
hold Chicago Timet.
Bkiutifui. Kitrait. The loved onee
whose loss I lament are still in existence;
ihey are living with me at this very lime;
tbey are, like myaeir, dwelling In the great pa
rental mansion of God; they still belong lo
uieas ito:bem. As tbey ara ever in my
thoughts, so, perhaps, am I in their As I
mourn for their loss, perhaps they rejoice io
anticipation of our reuniou. What lo me is
still ditrk, tbey ses clearly. Why do I grieve
because 1 can no longer enjoy their socistyT
During their lifetime I was oot discontenlsd
becaoaa I could not always bare them around
me. If a journey took them from me, I was
not therefore unhappy. And why ia It differ
ent uow? They bava gone on a joarney
Whether ihey are living on earth in a far dis
luut oily, or in some higher world io the infi
nite universe of God, what difference ia there?
Are we not still in the same house of the
Father, like loving brothers who inhabit sep
arate riKiinn? Have w therelore ceased lo
be brotberr iiWan.
i In the ancient mound at Newark, Ohio,
stones are alleged to have been found with
singular Hebrew inscriptions on them.
"Mr. Lednrer, an educated New York Jew,
slates the writing to bo an abridged and
transformed copy of tho ten commandment.
and that the sly Ie of the writing indicated
that it was not made by a Hebrew, bat by a
proselyte of the ege of the Maccabees. 80ms
years ago, Mr. Wyriclo loand another stone,
witb the inscription, 'The law of God, the
word of God, the Hr.g of tho earth, th Holy
of Holies,' and it was recognized as a Ma
sonic emblem, rrprossnting the keyitoaoi of
tne arcn. 1 he Hebrew character! ore laid to
be of tbe Jid century. i '. 1
Daniel Webster If Living Would
Have Been it Democrat.
speech in .Brooklyn on tbe evening of thoSd
nsttant, from which we make this striking sx
tract : , , , , ...... . ....
'In "ill the early part of my lite I was a po
litical follower ot Daniel Webster. The school
iq which he trained the young wen who came
under bis Influences knd really gave tbem
snlvee to his teechings, was eulirely incon
sistent with ady'sympathy or co-opsration in
any aeclioual party; and jt was only a short
tieie before his death iliitt the tendencies of a
(erne part ol ftortfaetn.W higs tocousrl Item
selves into a sectional parly bean lo appear.
Bat the signs of this change did appear, and
Mr. Websutr saw and comprehended tbeir full
import. He meant lo warn me, as bo did
others, against tjem ; aud the manner ia
which he did it, iu my case, 1 oan never for
get Tbo seen was in that plainly furnished
apartment, hi own chamber, ia the large
house at Mansfield, now so meoorabl, sod
th time was three day before hi death, be
neath the window, on a little artificial lak,
there rode always a small boat at anchor, with j
an Amenoao flag at il ktatl bead, so placid
that his syes could reel upon it, if light suffie- '
eil a he nlituil them Kt nietiL end nnulrf nni, I
on it with the dawn. Beyond the lake
stretched th great farm which ha so loved to
eultivato, and than tho low beach and the
ocean. He had been very ill for several
weeks, and it was apparent to alt about him
that his life was now rapidly and grandly
drawing to a close. II had that morning
for in first time during several days, paid
mm airaatioo lo th political haws ; it was
just before lb presidential election whtuh re
sulted In tho choice of General Pierce over
General Scott, aad tho return from soma of
tbe ptetidus Stat elections) were coming in
prstty heavily against us Whigs. W wer
alone together, and I mentioned to him the
news which had come down from Boston the
night before. Calling mo to his bed side by
my Christian name, he said : "Tho Whig can
didate will not be elected. You lovo your
country, and you think iu welfare involved
in Whig nieces.. This has been so; bat, let
me warn you, aa you love your country, to
give no countenance lo a sectional geograph
ical party. Tbe Whigs, after tbie eleotion,
will break np, and upon the loins of our par
ty a sectional party will arise. The stability
of tht Union trill hereafter depend upon the
A Bostoo paper very seriootly give this
Never boy goods of those who don't adver
tise. Tbey sell so little thot tbey have to sell
Leite. A Msnsxer M ...
...W. H. POM
M. 0. ft I Mi HA H
Musical jHreator -
Mssl.r of Proms
firat Ipptuanr. in Dayton of the treat Prim Donne
.on byric Ailros, Medaie
MARIE niETIlUA SC HELLER !
TEI8 EVERIHG, HoTomuer 15, 188S,
Will be prMenled Rulwer's World Renowned Vlay,
io t'lte Aett, eatlUed
THE LADY OF LYONS.
Pauline MaJam. Srh.l 1. .
Ulauda Ueinolte w. M. Holland.
To conclude with
TOE Y01T1I WHO RIVIR SAW A WOMAN.
Aihnlssie .......... ... SO rent.
Oallrv.. ..-.....,.. ..............II4 Canlt
Tioktta for sal st J. T. KireneyU Mutlo Blor. -Doers
open at TU o'alook. Ovaetnt ruiir.mj.tw
at 7)4 o oleck.
Wednesday and Thursday, Nor. 15 16.
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES.
J. HENEAQE CARTER'S
ZOUAVE , TBOUPB,
Y0UNQ FEMALE BEA88 BAND,
Twtntjr-lwom nombor. 1h mont TnMhtil orgni
Mttoa is ei.si i,c, mud lit only oorrmany of thm kiaii
IO th Unit. BtKt-..
for two Merit oa j, mt th boT Hfttt,
KzutlUlt Mil nit. 4)hirmmr HftilAia. IMierhtftil
8iDing, tlm great i&oim.t irtii, Comic Act, Wtwug.
isuun. inriiiiuK rfiw uu iu oiki wire, ftDil itft
combination of prformnr of uoeqUoUed romt anil
Adiniaaioa, SA cn(. frUftryfcJ arati, 60(n(a.
Ioor npot 7 o'clock. PsUluimaoc; oomnioc
mt 74 o'clock.
Hannah lUo. Crmr. 1 o Common Pit.
WiMtem J.um Cmmer, J tMoi.rf Oo o.
WILLIAM Jama- OrMmar whoa nMii4M
unnDoira laooUiUtl Uuit Han nan AlicCr.mr
did on th lwh dty of HMtmlr UuA, 111 hvr leett
hot. in th ofHca ot th (Mrrtr of th Caurt of Oommoa
PI within nd (or th county bf Moutffomnry and
Btat ofOhio.rruwKing thaaid William Jamea Ora,in
r with ftdultary with woman no known to th aaid
pbtionr and iaoebr((ibi him with fro nKi9i
ui uutj Mjwania ttmr mm p9uiwnmr ukidij ma an livay
b dtvonwd from th aaid William Jam Crair,
which petition will itantl tor haann at th nt trm
of awd Court. HANNAH A LION OHIAMKB.
By Aah Out, bar AUonuy. ootowt
OTinl 1 hrdT liTN thfct th andaraimsvt haa
wean aiiuotnted and uiialtnad aa Adminiatrauir n
tri ati of twiawiu attiiar, lt 1 Honuuiuary
aattwit. JCBIMUB MILLKR.
nry llt.tr, 1
raw MahatKa I
efnr O. W. Meyer,
J. P. of Ja.-k.oo Tp.
Monta'oinar; Co., u.
VN th ih day of Oetoher. A. D. 1MSS. aaid Jna.
V tie lasuaO aa oruar el ttt)hroenl le tiahute
auiwu, mr me sum of BaTenty.lour dollara and Any
threinU, (174 03). Uat at for lietrles Deea.
bar IS, ltu. at le o'clock A. M. BovSwSt
Mot. s, 1M. ... BKM&T OTAVJtH.
.. ... i.. . '" ;
Etcfutors Sale of Real Estate!
rlKRI will be solil tt uiiMioasle, oa th preinltea,
rKLUAr.UorsubarS, isas, , '. . ..,
Ry U Iseeelota of th laat will aad Uatantol o
(ieorue tiabhart, dae'd. lha fotlowiaa kaai a...t.
ilaat.d m Miami Township, two miles eaal of
aiianiiBDarif, ifKniaaa, louawat tiotnumbac one,
cuDlaimi s. Si ss-iutl acraa. U hum bar Two, ooej
taioing MM-loe auras. Lot Number Threa, ooa,
taluiot SSaore. olliori IS wall limbered. Ixl Sum.
liar four, ooaiaiojag St taraa, all aiiuala ia arclioa
ID, town , nuisall. balwa. nlba Miami ritars.
1'h.KWS Una-third ra.ii. ona.lhinl ,n h. a
diy f AprU, IseTi todoaa third oa Iba Brat day of
April ia. ma wi a;inroi to he aoaura.1 by
mortgaga on tha premisea, aad lo br Intartst from
aal. ttVliHUK VT. OKHUABT
. ,, ,., JACOB WCAVKB, A-aaouUira.
KSTATK OP JOHN KOCHNE.
NOTIOl Is hereby (ttoe that tha Budaralaoad
haa beea duly appoinlod and qualiSad aa aduiiB.
lat'auis of lb Itai of Johu Kohiie, deoeeead lata
of aiuouoroary Couniy, Ohio.
TV. t oaateaeauu, AU'ji. , ,, , aoim.
onvyioo m oaoa wm waw oeaow w VII VTW oTlK, Woaaat
A reward ot m will b iTn for' bar return to iL
iwwirtl VI W will isai IT
taU ol . W . MoOowao,
GEO A. DIXON,
S18 thlra BtrMt,
1 TAB Jutl raoaited, and is onaDinx. the lareaal,
if, a.,i' M haat Halaeten atork of raoea and
Plain I KY CHII1B, pra.a Moods, Balmoralt, Sunerb
Ololhs for Mra'a and Boj't Wear, which Inoludea Ilia
Plata Silk, 1st all Calers.
rif wrea Silks, la all Colars.
Hlaost :PlolB Ollks,'Crdad dt Ueps
Klesjawl Port Walvata.
Irlah Payllias. Plata aaidl Plaid.
Preaeh Papllaa, Plata aad Plaid.
Prsaeh SJarlaas, all Color.
Plata, atrlpadaV Plg-araO AVIaaea.
All Wool Plaid. .
Wool Do Lalasa.
, English Bleach Motlina, wery floe.
Brown Hathns . . ,
Cheoks, Tioki.'and Striper
Linen and Cotton Sheeting! 10 4.
! Bleaohlft Brown (5 4 Pillow Oaie
Alesaader'e (tieanlae) Kiel iveo
Hacst, Meal and sjaseltatro flloveo at
aUk aad Glatlt eiovoo.
Ladles Cloak lage, Heaallaato.
Bmvsh, lay Ih,
' Slaecaw Haavere
' " WhltaaT Bssvtrt!
, " Plala Black Cloths
Huparb Block of Ololhs for Men and Boys Wear;
i Blefnu' Olotht, for Orarooatti Oaneral Stock
of Matlaaa, khtwls and Cloalu, Whll -tloods.
tare stock; I Ara Oollara aud
Kmbreidertos; bslmarals, a vary
large boa; Bradley's ela
j " kratad Htop BklrU,
Ac , Ac , As.
Foreign, and Domestic.
Our stock af OooUa la lb beat that eould ba aa
lotted la leetara Markets, aad ia aot eualled la say
elty.Miag el the laleal aad moat eiegaol 0'ylaa.
Th Publle are oordially wrtled lo call od uiu.
1st lor Ibaueolvee.
GEO. A. DIXON,
THIRD STRFET, SOUTH SIDE.
Succeas in Busiuesa.
No hnain pw htnilv attfVNAit wlitrh ia not '
fmimttvl on rl fttnK ofthiotrtt Th anift ma.ta
or aoid muii hrintrtnaiti murtt ami niitly rxihlt
waat, BtmBHinaiunfroaj idUnia trapof atlvtriia
inn. or th trick- oltniilvv, or mr firHifn-HMi and
ttiri(ilay( will to nnly aitariit ami. In llwwn.l, (mt
pi th ntnitnr nsi ihor who trti-t rvt. Hut if
no rtros -iipfiiitta) a fiti hi k want am) rairlf mi Ita
rfMrnnnhl pxptavUtiona, Ita lU-van- ami cnral
dnfttioB lmrl- qnaiion ofttm. II mf Im
rttirttil by at ! tnltiinrii or ij nnfMsriii
Itali, hut id th nl it la anr to wiu.
IIUMI'Hltttr'H HOMK'H'ATMIU flPKOlr'ICB had
thir orlfcnm a (treat uublio waut niUiuini for aJl
th ootnmon want a or fnitjr,nUw hf 'urtifa that
rather, mother wira, or tryvn)r onH iwaa hav
with thiTi, mi" aiwararMy iion o aimil that iiiti
taks f uld no. Ihb mail in th aflnUon. ao harmlM -In
tU nil might ufw thtm with Impnmtr, anl vVhciftnt
thai all might rly upon thm m lb mM. rwtthih
haranniTtxI. Tlionaanila of rantihi nn lhm daily
tor all th tilmntand iokneMw Af llf. at nrly
r iMnoiiNly airk, nr t afft nd lo iall a phvairiao
Thoiiaanila, lakins aom ainul rtitfsritlo, tiararnn'd
thnilTfa f chronirliKe(ta whtcii hav oa time
rMnof thtr Ha, anil iimb whi h thf hav t
hundrtvla ia ain, ami ainonx tha milhona wh u
thin, dod ar fouad torfiiaaUoD thair purity or ettt
eomnrnallthdTanUsnofth hat rlomttopalhrB
trwotnintt without Ita tnt toaoyornnartaintT. 1 htf
ar frpardby phyaloiaa of orr twaty faara
HomMipihla ipnne i thy liav hn irlorl id
yry conrtrahl manr, and lhv hav hn
doraed and iooniinnd1 In th hlghat trm by
th hiintrtlH of thotiaantlji who daily ua tham.
With t it yr !) '
on may I r 'tint iH'ksMa. bravsniaiiilMrinii. nra
pssoMsa, and loa of tim, or th children hat inx th
MinuiI, or Bi'arUt Karir, or Whoopinx iwuKn, of
Ti-n Kf r, by uaiax prerantiraa In th cam.
Vwu mair iinyin Vhlldlrwta
Of Croup, or Uolit. r 'fohash oi Utft'!u ha, of
BinsaplMginowii, or tfailanaa: IYinTitbJna!tOr Voraw.
or lodiftttation, or Wttinn tlm bad, or Catarrh, or
Matla, or Whooninn-Ooiiihih, or aVartat Kortr, or
iipiltwriatora Bao Cold. or HoarwaQoaa, or Anupihrcf
of lha Kara and tranrneaa, or rn ticrufitla, an thou
andri Ik ? dona and do daily,
Of Hwa-laha, Waa ittomarh, odifrnttlon, of
HllhoiianMa, or t-atarrh, or a Bad Dold, or flor
Throatt or UoaraanaMa. or Ltvnr Ooinplaint, or ila,
or OonatipaUon. or Kliaumativsn), or Mora or Wak
Kyt or Halt Khaum. orKidowy lh-a-, or )nraJ
Lilsility, or vn Atthma, with iIipn HptritWa
NO!1 A rAMif.V whohara yer had oim nf he
Family t'ai of RrMpaaiTa' Hpirrrni, but would
gif Hr tiDiaa itaooat, raihar than b without it.t
0 of Aft larg vialar in morucoo, and Hook of
Iniwtuma 9 io 00
Caa of W lara vihIh, in morooro, and Hoott..., t (Hi
Vm of ?0 larga naU, In mnrorpo. nd Biwk. ... mt
Can of atti UrK tiaIn. In plain Paa,nd Hook... ft 00
0aHof IA hex (No. l to 16), and Hook , 3 Of)
Oaaaot Any an box (No. 1 to lo), and Bonk... 1
MAT Of it,,
HIlinPIIIiK.Y'M IPIXII'IO i . i
Homeopathic Remedies .
TO BE roTTUD IW FULL
Xmlly Ott.M . i
Oonitaatioa.and fnflamtnatlon j Haat Pain, Haat i
lmtna, and th flrat umb ol all aouta and
I a 11a in mat- try ditMwnn .. f A
No n 4' n r a Worm lever
Worm Colic, Vorwtoua Apirt-tit. Wrlling UiaBd t
No. 3-4'urra :ltc,
Tadathing, OrytDRand Wakulupaa, blow Orowlh.
aud FepMnHB of Infanta w J6 I
Ne. i-l urfi IvIarrkoBaa. , (
af Ohildrrn or Admin, Uhoiara .ulantum, and
Summr Oomplaint, -. M . BA"
N. H. No. 4 and 6 cut tba worat Oaaaa of
Chronic DiarrhuM. .....
Km, At Caree Dyaeaiterv.
r Hloody fc'lu, Ootid Unpinga, Hdioua Oollo, 1
Ke O 4 ura lielra. . .
Oholar Morliiia.Nausrea, and Vou.iliUK,Atbmt- '
10 HrMtllind' otataaMt. I St .
lMe. t 'taree ('eugbi,
0olda,lloaruN, BiouuhiUH.lnnutiuui. and Mora
Throat . to
W. H. Tin and No. I nvr fnii to r.ur th . .
wurat Colitri and Ooiitftia.
JHo. S- uri Teetbarbe,
fanparh, Nrvoiia Fatna, and Tio Lolorux.... V
N. B. 11 haa ciirad IbouNandtf ol .
N.9- Hrei lleadarbcti
Rick flaadoM'h, Vartibto, Kuah of blood to th ,
lload , U ,
N. B. In al tarnation wKh No. lu. it navar tail a
to cura th moat invrtarata iaiiaa.
Ne. io-rurei Ureeeeala
weak, Arm, or ltranMt hiohum'I,, ooiaupatll0D,
LiTr Complaint, or Biiiotia Oomlilmo..... 8 '
N. B. InrALLiai.a for all ocuaa of Wak iiiw
tlon and Hihoua Complalnta.
Ne. 1 1 ( urn flitppreeeetl llletwoee
or Hcanty. or Painful, or IfaiaytUf.. t,rea ttich
naaa H ,m
Ne. U-fnrM l,rrrhea er Wtaltt
Beanug own,tooPnrurta Menara if
Ne. 13-Tairra ( raua.i
Hnara Oroupy Cough. JXtlh'uli and uppreatad
HraathtriK ,. 24
Ne. M-4'ure Belt Ktarum,
Ortlity Kruptioiia. EryHip!, lai-ald lftat, II ar
bor ' lU'h, Fnnplaaon lha Kaoa ,..,'
Ne. I A Cnrei Hheaiitatlem,
Pain. Lamaofsaa, orHoranaaa In tha Cheat, Baak, ' '
Bida.or Ijirnue, or Hi'iaiina. .,.. ft
Ne. I ( Cm rea fever en. Avne
iDtarmittaiit, Kavr, luurtb Aku. Old luvaUrat
Aguaa a. et
N. B. It acta lik a ohartu, Iwtb aa a pravpnl
tv nod our
Ne. IT-4'nraa Piles.
Internal or Eilarnal, Hhad or Blooding, Ranaat
or titaatinat , .., 6
N . B. Tin rainrdy ha curd ikouHauda ol tiie a ,
worat poaaihlanaapa. 1
Ne. IH- urUhlheliale,
Waak or inltaind hyea or Jyalida, raihnit or
Wak Blf III a.aa..... I
N. B li may atwaya ta ralii-d upon lur a uura 1
Ne. t'areaC'aLarrUs , n
Aftuto or Chrouw, i)ry or Vlowiug. tktd ia lha
UHad, Inilupnia H , t u ;
Ne. ttif Cure V beeping ( eugn.
ahortomMand palliaiiug it, or ttpaauioUicCoijAfh.
N. B.li ia iufallihle, aud alvay raliavaa aud
Oppraaaed, Iirtii'ult, aUatorsd Braalhing.Oongli 1 ' '
and Ltxi!Ura ion M 1 ft
M, B llundrpda hava mmn ourad by It.
N. ..-(Jtirei Far Dlickarf ei:
Hoiae in tha Head, ltnpairad U oaring, Karavh.- M
N, B. It alwava Piiraa. '
Ne M-t arn ftrrefala, 11
Bnlargod ulauda, and Tonaila, BwalhugM and Old
Utlfni T-yt-t t,a...
H. B -Haturd lha worat oa4e. 1 ',w
Ne. l- urea l.rnaral Deelllir,
Phyaical or Narroua Wakmj
Ne. UA Cure Ureeey.
Fluid APtMimiilatinna, Tumid HwaumgH, with
Buanlv Naorahonn. M
Ne.o-4 ureaMeaHiravnaaa. "
Proa t ration, Vwrtio. Nauapa, Vonntint- m
Ne. aT 4ree I rlnnry IMaa.a)w
Oraval.Raaal Calouh.ltimnultorPalnful tlrtnatu.fi ' 5;
N. B. ltPiiraaalloldpMfk of Kidtipy liM-i,Maa
Ne.H ura Meminnl lialiiiaai.
Involuntary liM'barK-a, aud CouHt(uaui rro
tration awl Iabiliiy , , ItHf
N.B. It otirea ayprv form of VaiaiT.ii Waiiir- l jl
naaa. and may oonrttlKntfy Ih rliadon in all .
N ., t urfi Mere itleu lb erNieiaaca.ee
Oankarad Mouth ol Adulia or Chiidran, aud aita
Nauaaaaad Vomiting of rragaant rwaia...,.. 3fS I
N. B.- CnrfB at on.-a.
Ne.30-( pri trlnarr laceatlaaaee
WpU'dk the Bad, too Kitucul. faiuful orHs-ald.
ing Uriuatioa. .,.....,.,.. f
N. B. ll alwava nirova.
Ne. 3 I 'tree ralnf a TQoaalr aatlea
Fraaaura, Cramp or wpaauia, l'rurtuatlk'luuHao4
Irritation of Kamalaa M a
N. B. ltactallkaaehann.
Ne.39-C'ure.afrarlaf al haaaie e(
.LKa. T , . - 1
IrragnlarlHaa, rinihea of I laat. Palpitation, anJ ' 1
an l"Maa of ika Hairt j Qg
Ne. 83 urraNiairaa und nnvaiaieaa
KpiUpHyor Kallira;M kiiaaai t:iirav or Hi, Vi-
lue' iano, JnrkiniiM, Twili hlriK- HyMiaria .1 M
Ne.844-are Ui aihari.
or TJIooralad Of Maliguaut llora '1'hroai. e
Tneae Ueaaeellee bp Mall er t iareie,
TW and thaa ranmdlaa, hy In oinfla bo or
full oaa, lo any pari of tha Country, by MaiI ot KiT ,
praaa, fro of charge on rartpt of th prir. '
Make una raaa of what kin. U too rhnnaa serf . ' '
cloaaf haainouut to acurrnoi not or ataiupa. by Wall ''
kA Aiir aditrtmaa. at r
Ne set Urealway, Near Verk,
and thaafadloin UI h duly ralurnad' by Mail er1
ivspi.oiiitBiui rmm.i .1
For aal a bval! th loadina fWlara ia u-,iia4aM ...1
throughout tha oouatry, and by - i i.ntt
w.WsiTKifAiiT, a. ..,;,;,
I JOHM li. PARK A, ' Wbi14al A-nl. ' '
CiaciaaaTi, Oaio. M
AUoontaaniMUoaa haraalW abould be 4draeaaal . V -UUMPHHiyB'BPBUIP.O
Heeseepatble iWetflleitme Ceaaeaaf '
eM H Braaaway, New Tor.