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TUCRSDAT MOKMNO, DXO. it, 1ns.
We eonrleoee, tl much li poa!ble,
the proceeding of Congress in or Jet
to nuk vilblo fur our npnes :
Sisate, December 17. Mr. Chen
dler, of Mich. (II), iutroduced bill
lo graut laoili to aid in tbo oonttruc
lion of th Wiiconsin k I.nke 8u
fcrior Hailroad. KcfcrrcJ lo the
Committee on roblio Latnli. Mr.
McCrrery, of Ky. (D), ubmiitpd a
resolution to amend the Constitution,
designed to protect tho rights of mi
orities and to provide (gainst the
eontiogoncy of bringing tho election
of President and Vice President into
til House of Representatives, lie
ferred to the Judiciary Committee
Mr. Sherman, of Ohio, (U), from the
Fiosnce Committee, reported a bill
amending the. act imposing a tux up
on spirits, tobacco, &c, ly extending
the time for affixing itnmpi to tbo
15lb of February, which passed.
The House bill, removing political
disabilities from citisons of South
Carolina, elected to State offices,
passed. On motion of Mr, Sumner
the Senate took up tho jiiut resolu
tion of sympathy with the pcoplo of
Spain in their1 efforts to cstublith a
new Order of things. Ilctore a voto
eoold be taken the morning hour ex
pired, and tho enato resumed con
sideration of tho resolution reported
by the Financo Committee disapprov
ing the President's financial recom
mendation. Mr. Pixon, of Connect!
eut(fl), was opposed to repudiation
in every and any form, but was not
willing to admit thkt the President
had proposed repudiation, fur tho
reason, among others, that he did not
propose to make it compulsory on
publio creditors to accept his plans.
Mr. Dixon then discussed at length
Senator Morton's plan for resuming
specie payment, and hoped it would
aot bt adopted, bevauso it would pro
duce a state of protracted financial
agony up to tbo tiuio whuu specie
payiueuta were lo be resume 1. Iu
deed, ha doubted spcoio payment
ould be resumed merely by legisla
tion at all. Certainly it had never
been resumed in that wuy. If after
the war Congress had established
and adhered to a rigid system of
eeooemy, refusing to increase aulu-
ries and retrenching iu every depart
lue tit, llm currency would now iu his
'judgment bo at par, and his plan for
reauiuiug specio payment at tho ear
liest possible moment would be, first
to institute such a ayslout of eeouo-
- mJ stopping every unnecessary out
lay, stopping, if necessary, tho 1'aciGo
Railroad, and ccruiuly tho purchuso
ol real estato by govoruuient; and
second, to remove all political dUa
biliiios from tho paoplo of tho South,
as proposed by his colleague, Mr.
Ferrjr. Mr. Dixon moved to ameud
the resolution, by staling that Con
gress agrcee with the President that
our national credit should bo suorcd.
iy observed. Mr. HoAtard, of Mich .
(R), objected to aud Mr. Dixon ad
vocated the amendmeut, Mr. Ilovre,
of Wisconsin, (H.), moved to amend
the resolution ao as to stato that
Congress agrees with tho sentiments
which ought to hsro been, but wero
not, expressed iu the President's mes
sage, tbat tho national filth should
be sacredly observed. Mr. White, of
Maryland, (D), was opposed to rcpu
diation in auy form, but was not
Bore willing to join in a clamor
against the President on account of
the plan proposed by him, than ho
would be, to join iu au outcry against
any Senator who might propose to
pay the debt by calling it in aud mak
' ing a re-issue at lower intercut. Mr.
Viekers, of Maryland, (U), douied
tbat the President had proposed ro-
' pudiation, and expressed an opiuion
that the government could not get
fpecle enough iu the world to pay tho
debt. The auieuduieut waa lost.
The resolution as reported by the
eocouiMee waa then adopted 4:1 yess
to 6 nays. Mr. Trumbull, of Illinois
(R), Introduced a bill to provide for
giving effect to treaty stipulations Lo
tweea this and foreign governments
fur tha extradition of crimiuals. Pre
ferred. It provides that whenever
any persou shall have boeu delivered
by a foreign government to an agent
of tha United Ktatoa for tha purpose
of beiog brought within the United
States and tried for a crime of which
he ia aoeused, the President of the
United Btatea shall have power to
take all necessary measures for the
transportation aud aafe keeping of
oeh aeeuaed person, aud his protec
tion against lawlessness and violence.
Deoeoiber 13. Mr. AlUott, of
North CaroJiue, (IV), introduced a bill
to provide for tha payment of the
elaiuiS of 'oyaJ eiliaena in the States
lately in rebellion. Mr. Harlan, of
Iowa, (II.), iutroduced a resolution
requejtiug the Secretary of tha In
ferior to communicate auy informa
tion ia tha possession of tha Depart
ment in reference to tho hostile or
peaceful fliaractcr of Indians recent
ly titled or espturcd by troops, aud
as to whether they wore at tho time
residing on a government reservation.
Adnptgd. Mr. Davis, of Kentucky,
(D), moved to take, up the joint reso
lution pledging tho fitith of thn
United States for the payment of the
publio debt in coin, or its equiva
lent, which was dour. Mr. Davis
then moved to amend by making it
declare that tho true and equitable
measure of liability of tho United
States upon these bonds is what was
received by the government for bonds
with interest thereon. Laid on the
table. Mr. Trumbull, from the Com
mittee on tho Judiciary, reported ad
versely on the joint resolution to ex
tend to loyal eitimna of Louisiana
and Arkansas the provisions of the
Act of July 4, 1 SO I, limiting tho ju
risdiction of the Court of Claims.
Mr. Edmunds, of Vermont (II), in
troduced a bill to repeal the Act of
June 25, ISCfJ. admitting (icnrgia to
representation in Congress, aud to
provide a provisional government
therein, and for other purposes, which
was referred to the Committee on the
Judiciary. It. promises that the
Legislature of Georgia has violated
tha 11 tli Amendmont by refusing lo
purgo itsolf of ineligible members,
and has, in violation of the Constitu
tion and tha fundamental principles
upon which Congress coniontcd to
tho restoration of tho State, expelled
a largo number of rogularly installed
members, on tho sole ground that
they wero persons of Afriesn blood;
and that tho local authorities of tho
State appear to bo wholly unahlo or
unwilling to protect tho lives, liber
ty and property of its peaceful and
unoffending citizens from lawless vi
olence and refrain purposely or from
want of power from bringing such of
fenders to justice. On motion of
.'ir. iuiiiuer, ui i'i unauimnuiin in.,
tho Senate took up the resolution
expressing sympathy with tho pooplo
of Spain. Mr. Davis did not like tho
r u - .. n f . . .i ... ! s
latter part of tha resolution racotn
monding the abolition of slavery , and
characterised it as a pioco of officious
interference. Mr. Salisbury, of Del
aware (I).), agreed with thorn.
Tho resolution passed, 41 yoas, 6
nays. It is in theso words:
lYWiW, That .the people nf tho
United States, sympathising with tho
pooplo of Spain iu tho i r efforts to es
tablish a mnro liberal form of gov-
rrnmcut.f xpros their confident hope
that it will bo conducted to tlio end
in such a way as to promote tho tri
umph of liberal institutions, aud they
earnestly appeal to tho people nut to
allow the present opportunity to pass
without securing the immediate
emancipation of the slaves, and the
final abolition of slavery .throughout
tho Spauixh dominions.
At this pVmt tho Clerlr of the
llouso nppeared with tho resolution
on tho death of Thaddeus Stevens.
Mr. Cameron, of Pa. (U ), formally
announced tho death to tho Senato
aud read a brief address tracing tho
history of tho deceased, reciting his
past services, and eulogising his char
acter. IIo then offered tho resolu
tions'usual on such occasions, Messrs.
IWkalow, of Pa. (P.), Morrill, of
Vt. (R.), and Sumner, of Mass, (11),
followed with eulogies, when the
Senate unanimously adopted the res
olutions offered by Mr. Cameron.
Ilotrst Dec. 17. The death of Mr.
Stevens of Pennsylvania, was an
nounced by Mr. Diokey. A largo au
dience in tho galleries. Speeches
wero made by Messrs. Kelly, Wood,
llroomall, Dickey, Poland, Moore
head, Maynard, Ashley of Ohio,
Miller, Farnsworth, Donnelly, Koonti,
Cake, Woodward, Robinson, Law
rence of Ohio, and Syphcr. Tho
House then hdjourued.
Hot-SK, Drc. 13. Mr, Tilt, orfieor
gia (P.), introduced a resolution in
structing the Committee on Revision
of the Laws to consider tho propriety
of extcuding the time in which bank
rupts may avail themselves of the
provisions of tho Dankrupt Act,
and reducing the fees. Adopted.
Mr. Scufield, of Pennsylvania (R.),
iutroduced a bill giving officers in the
military and naval service, commiss
ioned but uot mustered, pay accord
ing to the rank of their commission.
Referred to the Committee on Mili
tary Affairs. Mr. Harris, of Alabama
(li.), offered a resolution instructing
the Postofllco Committee to inquire
what further legislation was necessa
ry to secure groator efficiency in tho
mail service in tho Southern States.
Adopted. Mr. Julian, of Indiana
(R.), offered a resolution instructing
the Committee on Publio Lands to
inquire into the expeudieucy of
amending the Homestead Bote by al
lowing final proof of settlement to he
made before the clerks of courts of
record. Adopted. Mr. Schcnck, of
Ohio (K.).offored a resolution direct
ing tho Secrutary of War to iufonn
the House how many officers of the
army are detailed for duty in the
Quartermaster's, Subsistence, Pay
Modioal and other Departments of
tha service, and about the city of
New York ; bow employed andwbtth
er the number of enlisted men and
civilians ao employed cannot bo re
duced. Adopted. Mr. Julian, from
the Committee on Publio Lauds, re
ported a bill to extend the f roviehoi
of the Homestoad aot to orphan chil
dren of deceased soldiers who aro
under the age nf 12 years. Passed.
On motion ol Mr. Rrooks, of New
York (D.), the Reconstruction Coin
mitteo was authorized to sand for
persona and papers and exsmino wit
nesses iu reference to tho States of
(icorgia, Mississippi, Texas afld Vir
ginia. Mr. Boutwoll, of Maasauhn
setts (R.), from the Reconstruction
Coiumittco, reported that the Stuate
amendment was concurred in by tho
requisite two-thirds. Tho death of
tho lato Mr. Finney, of Pennsylva
nia, was announced by his sueecssur,
Mr. Pottis, ami remarks in eulogy of
the deceased were niado by Messrs,
Pettis, O'Neal, of Pennsylvania (I).),
Randall, of Pennsylvania (D.), and
Woodward, of Pennsylvania (D.)
Oho of the resolutions offered by Mr
Pct'is on tho'subjoot having provid
cd tor a committee or nine to receive
the remains of the deceased in New
York on tlioir arrival from Ilruttels,
snd accompany thetii'to Pennsylvania,
tho Speaker appointed as such com
mitteo, Messrs. Pettis, O'Neal, Ran.
dull, Woodward, Lawrence, of Penn
sylvania, Dawes, of Marsachiisotls,
Iilair, of Michigan, Cullom, of Illin
ois, and Hock, nf New Yvrk. Tho
Houso then adjourned until Monday.
Chicago Soldiers' Re-Union.
Tho soldiers' re-union in Chicago
was altogether a splendid affair. Tho
speeches wero excellent, and tho good
offeots of such gatherings ol soldiers
and comrades wore evident, Rut thero
was mm matter that did much to do
away with all the good that other-wi:-o
was engendered. Tho banquet
which was to closo tho affair was dis
graceful indeed, as tho following ac.
count of it shows :
"Thero was a stormy seenn at the
banquet to-night. Alter tho eatables
wero disposed of, a totriblo raid was
made on bottles, ami negroes who
dispensed liquid refreshments: woro
almost frightened out of their wits,
an thoy were beseiged on overy hand
by eager and excited wearers of
shoulder straps, chainpagno corks
flying nj thickly as bullets in a bat
tle, and necks of bottles wero snap
ped off in every direction by thoso who
woro too thirsty to wait for cork
screws and waiters.
In vain General Sherman essayed
to bring his subordinates to order.
His march to tho sea was an easy
task when compared to an attempt
to restore quiet nnioiig that army of
(enerals. IIo nipped, shouted, nnd
finally mado himself heard by a few,
and announced (hat tho regular or
der nf proceedings would commence.
Tho poem by Colonel Pierce was
not finished, ami tho remainder of the
programme, dowu to tho response of
ucncral l.ogan, was aftcr vmu At
tempts, abandoned by reason nf tho
incessant riotous conduct. Shouts
and screams wero eosiliiiuotis; alleys
wero choked by a surging crowd; tit
hies and floors wero strewn with glass,
chntnpagna bottles wero stuck into
boiled hams, and anarchy reigned
supremo. Governor Oglesliy begged
the asscmb'ngo to bo quiet.
James II. Brown culled on the
Chairinun to urgo the police to the
faithi'ul performance of their duties,
A dor.cn gencrul and staff offieera
rose simultaneously to plead for or
der. Six military personages were ar
rested for endeavoring to carry bot
tles of wino from tho hall, and con
veyed to tho police headquarters.
General Logan asserted that riot
ous demonstrations at tho south end
of the hall wero studied marks of
disrespect to tho President oleot of
tho U uitud Statei. General Thomas
sprang ii and rapped vehetnontly
with bis gavel, asserting in tho firm
est of tones that bo would not speak
until General Logan was heard.
Out of chaos finally came a sunbeam
of order, and General Logan spoke,
aud thou gave way to Gcucrsl Thom
as, who was received with tho wild
est cheers, and permitted to complete
Ins speech without serious lutcrrup
Vice President elect, Colfax, in
speech iu Philadelphia, Saturday
night last, stated what tha policy of
tho iiicoiiiiti Administration would
bo. Ho suid, in Biibstanco, that it
was iu favor of tlio iuot scarehin
retronehiiient, houenty, cflicieucy nnd
liiih rhara:tur in all connected with
tho publio service, a rigid guardian
ship of tbo treasury against unwi;'e
and extravagant seheuios ; a finan
cial policy which shall uiaiutaiu our
ourreuey and plaeo tho United States
ou tho firm rock of spcoio payment.
"Fly ssiftly 'rcuno ye wner-tiof time,
And brmi the weK-ouie dav lM
An outraged pcoplo sine;, and with
no very thaukful hearts for tho jut
Mrs. (iranviile Liudsay, of Nash
ville, having given birth to three
male children at ono confinement,
and being in indigent circumstances,
a bill has beou introduced iu tbo
Tenuesseo legislature to penViuu her
for threo years nt tha rato of seventy
fivo dollars a year.
A woman'a right's lady' friend
bauds us tho abov, and says that if
tho children had beou of tho other
aud gentler sex nothing would have
beeu thought of it. Tin " Lords of
Creation" can only appreciate women
when they aro tho " authors'1 of other
perspective " I aiu'a" of this world.
And aha ia right.
The naturalisation ease concerning
frauds by our StlteVprisou elect,
Pickioion, etc, havo been postponed
till the January term of the U, ?.
Sell Your Hogs.
Tlio Cincinnati Gazrle, of tho
2M inst., gives the folio-win;; ad-
"In tho mnrkot. yesterday, lmys
sold nshigh ns ? 12.00 per 100 lb
nut. A few weeks since, through
these columns, when tho' price was
?S,00 net, farmers wero ndviscd
not to Bull. The advice was pood.
Now wo ndviso farmers to Bell.
Do not stand on tho order of sidl
ing, but sell at once. Do not kill
pork for liomo tine, but tell the lmt'
hog. In addition, turn in every pig
thnt can bo fitted by the middle of
March nnd pour in the corn. Hogs
may not be ns hi'li in March ns
th.ey nre now, but they will be high
enough to pay a good prieo for
"It used to lie considered that ft
barrel of flour nnd 100 lbs of pork
should brin about the same money.
Now the prico of 100 lbs of pork
will buy two barr'h of Jlmir.
There is something: wrong here.
We liavo had n tnoderato crop of
whrnt and nn immense crop of corn.
Therefore, it would seem pork is too
hiirh or wlient is too low. This
point wo shall not undertake tn
i'ihcmsm; but it h, undoubtedly, a
good time to noil hogs.
Hogs nre now selling nt full J.o
per bend, net. Tho pricking tit tlio
West, it is estimated, will reach
three million bend. Thi.-i, at S-0
per head, which is n fair average,
would reach $i;0,000,000. This
will bo mainly, circulated in five
States. It will go far toward help
ing tho people out of debt. Sell
your liogs, then, farmers, nnd pny
your debts. This would make mon
ey easy, nnd then there would lie u
better market nnd better prices for
other firm products."
Most of tho foregoing ndvico is
undoubtedly good. If Jiogs nro
bringing nnytliing near tlio prico
indicnted, it is worco than folly to
hold them. Hut ono thing wo dif
fer about that is fattening every
pig that can bo got into condition
between now and March. Wo are
informed that now there is scarcely
a pig to bo found in this county
than can lio bought, nnd that indi
cation, nro that theso nninials will
bo still moro scarce in tho ?prmg
If this is tho caso it is wisdom to
hold on to them. They can he sold
for as much later in the Spring ns
they can, fattened, in March, nnd
the farmer will liavo savod his corn
which can bo sold for a certairl
price, and so much ia a clear gain
That is tho way in which wo look
nt tho matter, but farmers must
form their own judgment. "
Real Estate Transfers
r.ir Ihrt wrek ending Paturda, Doi-rmlr IS
J p.-ktr tn M. G.irtwr 4 arrul in Thomr-im
Tp I t Sl''.
J S4-r lo k Hvmi in-mi -in. 3d aui n 1-1 01
hi l"l M. 7 in 'I I! n lor S'l".
i; M D..n to II 1) (I :,i-n 1st! No 21 11 U
va M sii l 11 in lii-iMii.. r.ir Jiti.
J I. Ht'llia to U ami tit 4U sere la Vi-nlceTp fur
J IMl'.r-lo ( MMII'.i.-r in -lot Nn !i7 ami "
in li"- a.l Wur.l i.ii- S'.iv..
I I'lll.irs lo J A M. .Mhler in-tol No IS In llio
lal War.l for I. noil.
II K M'-ivtittit t V. Simmons .linen a in Hopa-
II Tp lor SM'.V
J llroKu iu A lli-own 37 aerea in Illoom Tp for
J Mmt mi l olh. M to C Vail 103 aon-a in Plsaa
aul To l.-r Si-"""-It
d.irk iu W Knoll U acre In K lan Tp for
L N !."- lo V VV.li !l aorra in lop rll
Tp for l,Ki.
MJ lliu-r to A htti la aorra in AHsma Tp for
M Almrool to P K Crocker 74 a-r!S in Adams
'I'p for ..,io.
J Almond lo Tlinmai Almund 7S aorci tn Ad
io l'i i ; '.,o
U v-nt.or lo J Yf utter SO acres In Bsnffa Tp
for a I ,mi.
J i-nir.ir to 11 Yentter !"( ftfrea in ScnccA Tp
for S -.""i
A (jrid.iti-k to M J K'ttlrMO acres in Tlipmpaon
Tp l-.r l.4lii.
i l.iHiuok in 1. l.rerct 20 acres Iu Tlioimison
It II Ai.- outer to A Shellhaminer M aoreain
Ad-oiiN Tp for l...o,
U V i t.i P Wyinor psrt of out-lot No, IS In
F. slor.a for
1 ll Yeutr r to J J Z ul in lot No M and M in
Adllnll (or sin.
1. I) Uisiei ioJ V Junes I acre in Loudon Tp
M I" SMnner te L D Bitter 1 acre in loudou
Tp for H O.
II s lhier lo s M Pillar's half of lot No S in
u:oen "L (or
U.-orco siioup to 1 W lluflniac ' acres in
11 i-ooi I ii t '.i'0.
T o tin. u to r Hir.loir r.nd 11 Nusbaum SO
acivs in LoiMon ip tor :
io have received No. 3 of the
Mount Auburu Index, a holiday edi
tion, containing twelve pajies. This
n umber, like thoso which have pre
coded it, contains nrtielcs from me in
bers of tho school, and shows iu part
tho work dono by tho classes.
Tho Index is published at tho
Mouut Auburn Young Ladies' Insti
tute of Cincinnati, and is edited by
tho Senior Class, assisted by lU'v.
J. A. Rowland, l'res. ( '
This school stands in the front rank
of Fciualo Seminaries iu the entire
country, and wo adviso all having
daughters to edueato to send for a
Catalogue. The next f-osmou will
couiincuco Monday, February 1st.
How to iMraoTi ora SiviTiev Cosnirios
A ureal cause nfdi.ritaea ia improper food
ami iiuriirdvatiDg. In order fully lo under
timid how to eal and how to conduct ur
rleafier eating, it ia necessary that we
should be acijuaiiiu-d, in some measure, with
Hie procesa of nutrition- Many persons
luiiildo their food into their nioutha and
swallow it wiihoul niaatieation, conimy to
express law tif nature. Food should ualer
lio tin rtuiiili muiiication and talivmioS le
lore it enters the duoileiiuin and heoemet
niin d Willi Ihe pile Kiid paninatic jsices.
This pile ia there twreled ty the liver.
The thyme hairiiijr undergone the chatuies
advened lo is urk-.-d, hy Ihe perisUltic iiteiion
of the iulealines, or. ward through III ali
mentary oauul. It the peristaltic molkni b
diininiilicd, owiiig to the deficiency ol 'oile,
Ihe pro,; rets ol ui;elioD ia retarded aad the
towels iHvonie eousiipnted sud Uyspi-psia
olien follows. Iu Su.-h rases s liioUiih
sud active cklliarie sliould lo) used to produce
speeifie action, aroiuing ih secretions and
producing free, bilious evacnaliona. The
Iwat article for Ibis purpose i Dr. Uoba. k s
UliHxt Pills, the use ul which should be lot.
lowed by tiotiatk'l Htoioat-h Itiltrrt, u gi
lone lo the atouiacb and aid? digestion
llciitiiier k Myers, aula ageiil TifRn, 0.
NASBY. Mr. Nasby Casts about for a City of
Refuge and decides upon New York
as a proper field upon which to
POST OFFICE CONFEDERIT X ROADS.
(Which is in the State nv Kentucky)
Dec. 5, 1868.
The eWk'hnn nv ftrnnt lier. heil a mmt
ileprr5ion eirei kt npnn the iiitdersitf nr1. The
fuel ia tiecimiin iainfiill,r evjclent Hint I csn
not verr Innu rrnmin here, l.'v eonrfe,
(".runt will (rivs the oflii wleh I now n,,l to
I'otlork, ami nv rnrto Joe HiirW will bp
himlppity. This will tnl me ; or ruther it
het eniteil me. Iln'cnni lHtt nite perempto
rily retooled to (rive. n:e credii for likker on
lesa I could In aonie wny n-koor him in the
matter nv iiar. a it-It Is life I Daseom in rn-
pjliui. hul my bowel are more an, and I
win compelled to linn a mini bag for
ennff to ls.it me two dnys.
It don't require much ficirerin for ire to
ascertain Jiut how long t kin snhsiatnn wst
gorernment projierty I hev In my poaeaion.
The two mnil linci will liuy emifr whiskv
for four dnr ; '.he lurka heloncrln tome one
day m ire; the hoiei, I apoan I k'n sell for
enuuTto run nn n week ; and then there ia
the tnl'Ica, rtmlra, alorea nnd s few oilier
articles wich I kin dispose ur. To rccapitu-
s mftd !)(...
J l. eks
ttoo-l es ii.-m ,
in lioiev with plrt- front.
)ein tierer In an oo-d
wnler for wlii.kr
1 store with place t-t.,
Tol d so ..
There is the slump with wirb dutea are pot
onto letters, the rnncellin afnnip. and one or
la-o other pieces ue poreriimnt nroriertr.
wich may poitily be nnnle avnillile fur one
or two more uaya. Then thero is a possibil
ity n bare, possibility tlml somo ur our
people may "end a letter containing n remit
tance to a kitt enterrirife, or aome one abroad
ninf send nionev bv mail to roinn one nt the
f'ornera. In wich ease I ahel hev supplies for
a Imiper period, lint Hits is a mere straw to
ketch nt. Ks our people don't rend Ihev nre
not apt to a"iid moncv on tlio alretictll nv
ndverliaemenla, and besides they nint got the
nionev to aenil. llawrom h''r. it alt.
From this time out my lifo la prolnneed
mierr. I m like n man in a boat In th
rapids nv Xingnry; llio plunge over the falls
In rleanin out the Ciovcrnmcnt properly
I her In my poaenion, I nm only follcriu
Ilimoerntie, precetlcnt. Wnt wns left, let
me nk, when lltn liman'S peoplo went out
ii v place? li s my mirlorchnon and A. Join
son's crime, Hint I'm in n place where there
is so little to steal. A. Johnson hoz, in this
yoo?ed mo most vilely. I her labored for
him; I her supported him and this is the
hccL'nrly reward lor nstcnhi au great!
There aro hunilrtd.-i which never did tho
half I hev for him, who bee places wieli, ef
Ihev hev ordinary skill, will yield em linn
drcds uv thousands when they go out, whilo
I hev only enulr ttoverument property in
my hands to furnish llio aintenanco for less
than n month! And this is wat A. Johnson
wood cull grutitood I This is the rcnnid uv
Tin h io I
Upon the whole t don't know but that it
is t t well that I shood leave the Cross Uonds.
The l.ict is, a community ninde tip entirely
uv Democrats nint ft pleasant place for sicii
i s mo to livo into. V.r. I hev to lire onto
tho people, its ruther thin pii kin whero the
people In v n ol n i ti tiicmscltcs, Ir vat
yoose Is it to hold olhs her ther ain't nolh
iti folnx? Kf I win n Whisker Inspector, or
Collector, or Assessor, I mile posibly wrench
a tolt r ib!e subsistence fiom out of the diitillera
here, Klder I'ennibaeker and f,'apt Mcl'cl
tcr. lint A. Johnson mado KlJet 1'cnni
backer WhWiey Inspeclor, dipt Mcl'ellur,
ArS'ssor, and llasconi, who her. nn Interest In
both Distilleries, Collector. In consekenee
uv tins ingenious nmintement the Internal
llevenno isn't difl'oojed very much. The
InlulliKcnt cititens aro nvurau to labor, save
wat tliey hev lo do lo pervitin cm Willi sus
tenance, nnd they keep it so hot for the
nicirers, who nre the only ones who w ill
woik that they don t nctiitiiulAto anything,
f win Juatia nv the I'ence here one year,
but nv wnt avnle wuz it? I hid collections
cnufl" put into my hands and llio tlcfcnileiiis
wood come up witnthe inmost eheerfnlncss
and confess judgment, but alius; the ilefen
items m ver l ei nothin that cnod bentoiched
and the plaintiff wui never good lor the
The rVt ('(lis was worth auiliin, lor it
L'bvo me crwlit. I war. a Kc.lral odiicr, snd
bein one, I inpiied tlm people with we.
Ki no one takes papers hero or receives, or
lends letiers, the pcrkisits, nin t large, tut
then I hev posishetil
I shall o to Xoo York. In X0o Yotk
afield ptkoolyerly adapted tn me. In Xoo
York aldermen nnd city oflis hels go ci
mourners at the Itirieriils uv ptito lithters;
ill Noo Yoik they elect gentlemen on skool
bonrds wich are un.iblo to writo llu-ir names
Iu Xoo York John Murrissr win elected to
t'oiinris, mid in Xoo York, liltlo Sammy
Cox iot into pntishen. In Noo Y'ork lleii
Wood is a power, and Fernniidy bet inlloo.
ence, I .uok in c nt these things I feel that
there is hope for me.
Financially I know that ft is all right.
In Xoo Yoik Iter is fifteen millions pur year
to no stolen, and tins facilities aro so mnir
niflcent er. to make livin oft Ihe city nothin
hut luxurious idlenis. When I w uz there
last and taw how easy it wui I recly blush
ed for my aex.
1'jliticilly it eoodent be no better. The
Diuiocricy uv all Ihe rest uv the country
kin helfiidird. but our Irish fellow-cititcns
uv Xoo York nro Invulnerable. They nre
splendid men and most consistent in their
Dimaerlsr. There is unpeople in tho world
wich so love liberty none wich hev sich
dctiTiiiiiinshen I hat all men shol bo free
eepiin, uv course, iiinncni and others wich
don t agree with thciu. The hatred w.cli
the oppressed 0 Murphv bears to his Km'
li.-h oppressors Is only ekalled by his desire
to nev a mteer wich lie kin unnsti into (lie
dust. There is In the Irish character an in.
vincible hatred uv slnreiy unless they kin
be the matters,' and a uiulviti loveuv ck ility
til they pit on lop. Tlio nicker is, how
ever their specially. K; (hero is thousands
uv ninrers in Xoo York, tt Diniocrisy in
that city means kill in a nipjer, there nint
noil.tuuer uv our ever Ituiu that vote.
Slnu'il ihe niirger race run out our party
wood Iniiojiish, but it wood ouly be ftir a
time. So important it this idea to its that
tho leaders uv Ihe Diniocrisy wood search
the earth from the Xorth poio to thn South,
to find some race wich the Xoo Turk Diui
ocrisv cood reasonably claim to bo sooie.
r or lo. 1 dor. t know whether thero u
k'li a mco on III luce uv I lie filobe or not,
hut ef there is, it wood to found and im
ported, for ticb a race we must hev. So
loiiit et there's a uigt'cr there'll be a Dem
ocracy. At ihe Cross. Itoads thero ain't nobody to
tat in Xoo Y'ork the elements are tietlcr
lulled. The opulent merchants and bitncja
men uv that charnda city make a million
a Her npecce, aud eonsei t like (jent'e lambs
tu be the-n-d ur two thuds uv it to sup
x)rt some thousands uv gentlemen who pay
nothin. In Xoo York we hev sutbin solid
to go onto. Our majority can't be du'urhrd,
and those wich lion t pay taxes don t care
how imicli them wich do are taxed and
half uv tliem wich don't are directly inter
ested in tuxin them wich do. The Captins
uv the tens gil their shares the Captins uv
the fillies and hundreds likewiso, only more
so. And at there force makes the majority
there sin t no appeal from this.
In Keuiucky I am dependent upon the
(jeoeral tiovernmeut ill Xoo Yotk they
wood like to hev the Fedral nftisia for they
ran t get too much, but ef they d e I hev
eiu they don't rare very much. They only
put the suction closer on the city treasury.
The ouly res kiii why any LUi.es men voted
tor Seymour wua tlul et tho Kind's got the
Vedi-al orlisii they mite poJMbly be easier
on the city treasury, and let the in off with
Ira. That ia, they wanted, the whole coun
try toasaist intupportin the rings, iustii uv
bein compelled to do it theirselvrs aloae.
The only thin; that siaudt ia the wuy nv
my arquirin poluikle luilooruie in Xoo York
U lLela-k uv tufliihent oapltal lo start a
Krosery witii. Ell kn p-t tha't capital 1 1
anci siari 11, on n corner, el possiiiic. I ah J
eet control i.v ten vnt-s, wich by jnndish
ns repealin kin I mule to count filtv.
Then I hev etiyiln positive. With these
votes back uv me I kin insist upon a shire;
with more money kin pet more votes, ertth
move vote'jTiore mom y; and wilh moneyl kin
buv posiihen in Xoo York; the star in pint
is a few votia, and votes is pot by whisky.
My pint is to pit control on a trifle more
whiskey than 1 kin conaonm myself.
Thank the bnrd for Xoo York! Its not
the only place where there's Ditnocrtay, hut
Ita wher Dimocrisy kin bo mado the most
profitable. I thel in time po to Conpris
I abed hev eVintrax to clean streets; I shel
(iirnish armories with blnik wnlnut, ailver
mo. inte.l sun-tin k, and I may possibly hev
ten or twenty years on the new eoart house.
I V course when I po to Xoo York I shell
chanpe my name to O Xasby and my first
name to .Michael.
Petroleum V Nasby, P. M.
(Wich is Postmaster.)
Hanging of the Seymour Robbers.
Tho followinp; oncount of tho hang-
ins; oi mo reymour robbers, was
crowded out of tho TrtniCNE, last
week, because of tho great length of
tho President's Jlessage :
NEW ALBANY, Ind., Dec, 12.
Iictwccn 3 and -I o'clock this morn-
injr, from sixty tn seventy Seymour
regulators, masked, henvily iirmed, ar
rived hero vin the JelTeraonvillo Rail
road, and immediately upon their ar
rival they proceeded by a direct route
to the county jail, pliiciii"; guards at
every street to piard against sur
prise. Arnvni" nt tho jail, ono nf
the puards stationed outside took
alarm, out was quickly tnken in
charge anil placed under guard.
I no y then entered tho oliino of the
jail, and after twelve or fifteen had
entered, Mienft I iillcnlove, awaken
cd by tho disturbance, enmo to the
donr, and when they demanded the
keys attempted to get awny by doelp;-
inp; uown a collar wnv and cnnnii''
nut on tho outside of tho building.
but hero ho was commanded to sur
render, and by somo means was shot
through tho arm. They had now
complete possession of tho jail, nnd
lound tlio toys in tho Mioj-iITh bod
room, when they immediately pro
cecded to tho cells and forced ono ol
tho guards to unlock tho col Is.
They then took Frank Ueno, Pi
nion Kfltio, Hill Ueno, nnd Charles
Anderson, tho express robbers, out
nntl hanged t hem to tho iron railini:
or posts supporting tho walk around
tho outside of tho cells. Tho vic
tims wero placed in chairs, tho ropes
adjusted, and the chairs kicked from
under them. Frank nnd Simon woro
hanging to ono post, Simon in front
and Frnnk behind him; tho other
brother was bunging at a corner post,
mid Anderson iu tho back way in the
rear of the jail. After being satis
fied that their victims wero dead, tho
bold murderers quietly lockod the
jail, taking tho keys with them, and
taking ono of tho county commission
era to the depot, then after all being
ready they Blurted away, giving tho
commissioner the keys n soon ns
possible. Tho nlartn was sounded,
but too late. No ono could bo found
and ull that remained to show their
presenco was tho doud bodies of tho
The most intense excitement pro
vails here, and is getting much high
cr every moment, llio news spread
nuo wiiti nre.
Mrs. Frank Reno and Mrs. Ander
son aro in tho city.
Frank Ileno fought tho regulators
and knocked threo of them down, but
was overpowered and knocked senso
less, his head being badly bruised
nnd bliind running down bis face,
Tho victims presented a ghastly and
LOUISVILLE, Dec. 17.
The Coroner's jury concluded its
investigation ol tlio .New Albany
hanging tragedy this murning, nnd
rendorcd a verdict substantially as
follows: " Tho jury summoned by the
ioroncr ot Moyd county to hold an
inquest ou tho bodies of Frank lteno
fciineon ltono, VS m. lleno and Chns
Anderson, found dead, hanging by
tbo neck, iu tho County Jail, in Now
Albany township, Floyd county, Sat
urday, December, 12, finds that the
deceased came to their death by
Hanging, at tlio bands ol parties un
known to the jury. Tho jury also
finds that tho persons who did tho
hanging couio to this city on the Fri
day night train, over tte JclTerson
v il lo, Madison & Indianapolis Rail
road; that they oauio in a separate
cur, arriving hero botwecn the bourn
of 15 and 4 o'clock ou Saturday mor
ning, and, prouecdiug to the jail, took
forcible possession nf tho same, defy
ing tho authority of tho Shcriir aud
jail puards, who were overpowered,
and tho former, whilo iu tho exercise
of his duty, was struck on tho head
and shot in tho arm. They also find
that after hanging tho deceased they
locked tho jail doors nnd thoso nf the
jail residence, and carried off tho
keys, making tho inmates prisoners
until tho keys woro rcturiTcd by M.
I'errctto, and whom they took pris
oner at tho depot to prevent an alurni
being given. They took forciblo pos
session of the train on tho Jefl'orson
villo lload, nnd loft the city about 4
o'clock, going beyond the Stato I'ris
on near Jell'ersonville, when iholraiu
was stopped aud they fled in every
SADDLEU & B1RXESS SHOP
Marks'. Strati, opposilo tko Court llouso.
J. t. SHEEDER,
8uc3tor to roorninn Miller,)
Ha nr rirrrn and nK FiTj.cn rur,
KI ftiitl i no it rrtl id ritrnih
ur iniiU U ontrr unvthit.j; tn tim tin. Kiiilnv
nonfi but itm ttt .if MorKiiifD uU Ut uoit
kul Ih 1ms ul leather.
MftnuftelurAd for tht Wholesale au.i KetAil tri.le
CSH i4 f,ir Uiiiea, iliep 1'elta, an J
Ftirn of ail k imta,
A lufaie AeewMiaenl Of TRl'NKH Alwara ah
-tfs J. M. KIIKrOKU.
To know thnt a relmhU rrm,Mly ( within the
rfisA-M o vtr 'hmiv nr me ra.ttc.ti otir or i'v.
rv''i' or lit.i(.n. Mtrh a ra'ttifjv i rtw
KtoK'i Miliar. ,So.i hr all I'rucjiaia. ilrrshi-
Kr A Mera, bole Af o.
HOLIDAYS ARE CdlNG !
23 II OWrJ, GCIIIaOSSUR & CO.,
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS
FOK THE rEOPLE OF
dhows. rif!,nsrm a co., won.n
.1 9 ptihfte In (fHi(rNi. thnt ihtr art nw receiving thctr i:uu4 itock t Mb IV OOLeV
33 I G 33A.KQA.IlsrS!
Than anr other Houst in Northern Ohio tn thn following; Una of Goods:
Furs, Shawls, Dress Goods, 'White- Good?, Ginghams, Trinta, Col
ored nnd White Blankets, Coverlids, Flitnrielfl, Cloakings, Clothi
Cassimcrcs, Repcllants, Brown and Bleached Goods, Grain
Bags, Batting, Yarn, Warps, Men, Women and Migi
cs' Underwear, Motions, Hoop nnd Balmoral
Skirts, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Basketa,
Boots mil Shoes, etc., etc. t
All of whish ws enrJinlly tnrtte tTarybO'tf to
CALL JJSTJD BSAMIlTHi
Before purchasing tlssjwhorr Yrj Kt iimtfully,
unowN, sciiLossiin & co.
No. 5, Sliawlian'e t'ommorclal Ulork, Tiflla, O.
HraprcTrriUsY AorrR to thii
T J. I.HjtlTrAl ItnTlnK tnml- an asa-nn-V
inrnt cifliia i-ftVi't In lln- nn-lt-r-mn.-l,
rnnstslma "f Ina lrhi l- stuck of I'UV IIUUIH,
(roTl,. 1 1 aril wars', linm-, Meilivuu-a, Ac, ko.
tli'-v wil' hn aoM nut nt ro-l.
All pfraona lo.lshtiit lo V. J. Liclit"p will
i-all hi hs t.lil bimuU aud sutllu willintil tli l iy
and aaf cost,
WM. It. Kr.lI.UOLTZ.
Mi-lmnr, O. Par, IQ'li, li s nn'Jit
N'nTIfR i hon'ov (tirn, tint ther" writ Ink
up ly tin uu'lfrntfrn rl, I T(h, en
tho AUicik Uf'., thrr mh1- from Titfin. four
ftliKH, wihl or ton ntonthp ohl. Two of thorn
n hliwk u ith a mixHtro of any, nml ttro nril v
wlillf an I rvfocklt'it with rd atul Murk twn
aro ai'-rra nu l two hoif-Tn, all th n in ft- eh.
'I h nwDir will p!Be call. prov properly, pay
ohurKca anl tftlte tho uitnnaU awnv.
(aioon nr. ALT II
1 rnrrmnmit to wr-llh. If t lie rtm la in
nr'Irr P'M go nut tho Tilo huniora ami 'Itt''npoi i
with liot-it-'k'n Mlttod 1'illa, in)-! fi't (hi- int'Tiinl
orititra porionnmi? ihoir rouid ir fiini'iiotifi, ntpj
oin-o in ornor, Kffi inni so t-y inu.iijy u ei
Itoh'tck'a !tonntct Kittuia. lU-rahisi r & Mytira.
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Th Rrlcntlflf; Amrrlcti la th lfirtMt. th
bom, thf oliertpt'at, and uioat I'opttljir Journal tn
the worhl, dt-votk-d to Invention, MochrtDlcs,
Mftnufoturoa. Art, Solrnre nnl ("'ns-rnl linhi
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fln, li., and now nivilneil hv I.esi Weinck, I- -Kcther
with 11m aluble and li'it. '-I0 feel aiiiarn,All
in pond eniiilitlnn. 1 will aell Iho tnnldtiiK alune
if uesired. Ti-rins low and prmni-nts t-nsv. If
lint nold nr the 1st or .l.nimrt, ur.s, it will he
fur vent. 1 huvo idso snnie Iniid near the i-orpo-r;tinn
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eh-elmn of Jlin-eturs for the ensuing .ve-tr, and
fi-r the ti" tnsm ii.ni of Hit.-h other liii'sinoaa ns
may eonie l. ..r Ih.-tn. will be h.ld ol lliamlii-o
ot SAtd t.'otnp.-ttiy, at Tiltin, '.Duo. nil Mnndav, Ih
4th day of .lunimrv, la-jit, uummi-iv-mg nt to
o . i..-k. A. M, ' Wil. C. HKUUKH. S..- y.
T.lHn, Ohio. Dee. 10-41.
N'OTtrr la herctiy tins tint the subscriber
has been ai.nointetl Kneei.tnr un thft ..l.ts
nf M.ry Aim Hlukli, late tdma County ol Smicca,
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r Itfitiinc, trrllnllnai, or
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k eontloman win. In erlw 1 1 r. . nwietim tn
that debtsaiuff vie an e.immnn tn ennth. which
reaull.d ia tfs-uiiual Woaknaaa, ltiToltinlary
Kouaoiona and Iiarvntta Prostration, and oame
near ending his day. in hopeles. misery. Alter
using uunierous remedies! wilhoiu auoceas, ho
eetaiued from a friond ootuo atinple ruleo and
nreai.riitt.ini ti... u.b-i.l - .
r- - ..-o. w ii.itiiru. euro.
Ha behalf of oul'ertn humanity ho will as-nd
il, a ..in. I... ..r ..1..P..A i.. .ii
-w v": f" : wy" may ueairo II.
V'" svj.iis I'.r S1I1H, MAtinn l.
janlT-ly Bible llouso, .New York.
""'"V "'""""', nrnriy new apon tho
l''""1"'''. w' "ier ennvenient ouihoi.se..
L'A Also all kinds. .f kooiI fruit, and a well ot onod
Notice in Bankruptcy.
XN TI1F. MSTIt K'TtOfllTOPTHK t'MTBD
istiitcs furthi- Northern IHstrlrl nfdhlo.
In tho mittoror l'ani-1 Loddick, Ben. ilank
rilit In lianlcrutiti-r.
A Warrant In U.-itikruritcY has Wen IssoM br
alii ( nun af-nlnnt the estntf or lianlrl l.rllrk,
"rn of Kocil Inwnahlp, In the rnnnry .if r-rnxn
of lh- Slate otuhlo. In as.lt! Illatrict. ilju.ltl
Unnkriipl upon the i-etlt loti or hla rrr.liio.a; and
the ii ijmrnl tif any il. hla, anil the ilel crv at
any .ni-rty bcloiiKh,s; to aM-l Mankrupt, tn him
or to his us.-, and tho transfer of aur proporiy
by hlin, sre lorhlilili-n ly h.
A mectliif; or the creditors of said Bankrupt,
to prnve their dehto and chooae one or nioro
aasien-ea nf his estate, will he held at a Court of
Kanki'liptey tn he linlden nt Ch-veland. la aal4
lilatrlct, mi the illst dar of lieeemhrr, lanS. at ie
el.K-l;. A. M , nt the offl. eor Myron K. Kellh,
Kaiimre, ono of tha llei-latera In llankrnptry of
said limit. II A It HV TIHi.MI'MUN.
T'fpiity V. H Mnrshnl, Sleaaenaer.
Kkm.t k. t.Ri.taot d. Atlorneva Inr feilllonera
AS A rRHVE.TIVH
Aeain-st Mahtrtn, FTer nfi.i A(.ue, nnd all Hit
ottwea, nrifittir from n t-irpul aittte or ihi liTor,
thoro in n.) iiifhrmo no lnnhly rooommontlott
at i.oiirv'lc't stomach HitiurH. lltmhlaur h
Mycin, bulo Atfuinn,
'pllK nndi-rscned has heen dnlr nppnintea
I Adinimatriil'ir of tha estate of Jidin Wood
nlnllse,, l:ite of Seneen enitnty, dcot-ase.l. All
pi-rsi.na iiiilehtnl In tho entntoarn ri-nested to
make Immediate iviymen'; an-l those hasintt
linns against the miul- will nre-unl them, .Inly
iinlli.-nti.-nt-.l. A. It. UYKIta.
I iitln, o.. Iii-e. 10, lsra, miv.lw.
Tilllu Loau Association.
Till! TIKFIY PAVIfi-t Afl DtllI)!1
rif,T' "aIiIh p'TBonnol ain.ill meant to hujr
l hiiiht a hotiHRniid p:iy for t In monthly dn a,
which will not Amount to more th in their renta
nowAmoiint to. It la an excrllpnt titvlmra aorl.
ty,andpava hltrh rnie of Interct on ainall d
po-lt-, ami fa prrtectly aafet the whole capital he
lnr accnretl hy mortmeoa on real estate.
1 1 nice in naciiniun .V, t ramer'a Law nftpe. over
Dm-rle'a Ktore, Wi.e-ht iitfn.n int, TiUin, Ohio.
TilUa, April Itith. lru.3. Bau Ij
That not n ainula fntrmnt ha pome t- th
kiml'.li!.of th- pMpnetoM. of thi fntlttre of
Uohfu!t Moilii'MH H to uito entire anturitction
in the huiiilrp'l of thon-ma-l-, of fj,ifn In which
th jf h:iv leon iwr; thU i worth of remark
i tindfnifi)le evi.le iife of thmr intrinata mr
ita. llerahiaer A M yirit Hole Ajfenia.
Manhood : How Lost
Tt'ST ptiMlslip.l, a now edition of Or- '!
rrveU'e Celelirnlrd Ksaisy on the radlea
run (without medicine) of npi-.km Toaanor.a
or tsi-inlutil We.atisa, Involuntary eemltia
l.oa.es, JsifoTrxt r, Mriil.il and I'hisical lii.k
pnelty, linpeillnieiila lo Marriage, ete.i also
CiiNsf.ni rniH, Kplllepajr and fits; Indusod
self-liidtiurni-e or sexual entiavaKsnee.
1'rlee, in u .eisli tl envelope, onlv 8 rents.
The eeli-hriiti-il aitthar, in tins admirahlo easaf .
clearlv di-lnnnstritts'S from a thirty vear.t a,.n.
rraafltl piitcllar. that tha alsrmin eonser)Uen
ecs of Helf-ittiuse may he rudlcslly i-ured without
the d incdroiia u of litlernali inedlelne nr tha
application uf the knlls l olntiiia; out a nw.li ol
.-in. i at nee simple, ci-rtaln, and eirretiial, hr
mns of which every aiitr.-rer. no matter what
hli cDii.llil.n irnik l. ... .. 1. 1 . i. .
. -; ... , .inn..-1 1 .neauir,
prtvatelv nnd r.ulirallv.
Tina Lecture atiould be tn the hands of ararr
youth nnd eterv man in the land.
Kent, nn'ler seal, to a plain envel'-pe to ant
addr.-as,pi.Btiald,on n-oulpt of six eeuta.or two
poatane stumps. Also, Dr. t'ltlverwall's "Mar.
nae Ouldn, 1 price .1 c.-iils. Addtesathe fwb.
Ushers. CHAJ. I.V., KMNKfcCtl.,
I j" nowery New Vura, 1'oaloUlce. llo 4, Ma.
Jan. l,lbtiN. (uoUir
Farm for Sale.
TWILL sell my farm incited In Llherly town
hip, i-eneea enitnty, ilhlo, six mil. a west e
Tiilin, enntHitiini: Ittua.-rra, llimr which are el
Improved, the tiaUm-e heina Umber land. Thero
and ltinir water at the donr. For further par'
tieulara Inquire of the aubacrlher on the tarai.
""'3i' JAMKH llllIMs;.,.
IS IT ICIGIIT
Thfit ooit should hid rieflnnoe to all natural lawa
and the seieni-e nf medicul men, and sutler aim
Dvsp-naia or indiffeatn.n, when Hoiwek'a mm-a.-h
Hitler, enn lio procured at any ilruu stwr, -
ll.-rshiser It Mj.rs.Sole Acius.
School Examiners' Notice.
THE School Examiners of Seneca County will
examine tMciiMia in ti. ........ ti.f
Tlrnti, as Inlluwa :
Kept '.'eih, tn-tober ?4th, November iiai,
.t"alV " "'"t l'aiber ih,
' mth. N.l. 14lh, lltth,
The examinations wl'l eommeneeal ie o, clock
A. M .. M.t.i n.i ........... u. iii . j . .
r - --- - win ic umiiirn to exam
ination after 1 L .,'cln..b A 1.1 k .1.... ...
. . --...,.. nn.ci'inrnir will
n f "it 1 1''" "n " ,,,il"r exi.niin-tinn day.
........... .... , nlIIIal(ln q csirtincaie will
bo dated back. K.ch applicant will he res, u I red
to leave a sunipidetml..pe directed to himself.
R. J. K IKK HOOl),
Tiffin, Srpt t 8gs tsraaera-
Sawing B Machines
70 1-2 W 4thSt ,lcinclnnU.
TIlKSl-Tiire the aimplfat ati lxat mfde m
1 i-Jiina in ue, ihe Ivmt Imhlt tn get t.ut of or
der, aad run the f (.vM-at, etntwt ana atllleat, ta
ms alui'i-tt ahftidute-ly noieli'sa in their perA
tlou. '1 he iv'ds caniiot bt aet wruntl. Thee
cainrtl he ru in the wren direofun. The
will do mora ork in lii lime, of frrater variety
andleitir quulliy, tiiAU hhjt thi ra. Thry Ar
the ooly nia -hiin s maklnx th Twitted l.'op
Stitch, whi' hl- much atrunifer and mere lUaatlo
tl at thn l,o. it Htltcb, and yet avoida tha ohjec
tifDable eirl Aud Weiate ul thread uf the double
lunp. Th-y art alwaya ready fo aoiiott, and
tht-ir u-e 11 no ere pKauiu. W hrr'er praeitea
Mp e will .:irttea the pm.lejre of trxli.S
tit em by ihe ld of any other At thWr own tumca
t all, cai?liiie aad jn.lire fr yuurlvrt. Tafcai
one oa trial and b ran vi need. Kay jamniA
uit tvartiea, Call at my row tin rtptioatt
Kretre a r urtiltui Houina. Markrt ht.. Tilllo, U.
uov-iino ly WM. Mi-CUTCH t.N, Atfenl.
TII5JV WILL CM5E YOU
Of Scrofula, Krvaiiela, Pick or Pffreoue 1Iffl4.
Ai'h, liilioiirriireia, Lir Cnniisli.il, t, I'vik pot
or IndiKsTMitun, t'onnuinptHMi,' nm m itv bi
or Loini, t;si,t, 1'teuriav, lu unhnmr While.
atul tut diwfua anattitf Irm n tiar-
ill aiaie nf (Iim aioitvwh, ltKauK a bld Pilln.
stomach B.ttere artrt Ulo4 PuriAer. UarahiMf