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Till: DAILY EMPIRE. j
1111. ifiplllNSoS, K.pitoii. j
1). (). K1TC1I. Amhimtant KmroK. j
.Dayton, Ohio, !
Saturday, November, 25, 1865. j
In aixuininir the duliea and renponaibili- ;
tie of this journal, aa Proprietor and cur-1
tmlllni; Ktlilor.l deem It of no HMci:i.l honor-;
tutice Unit I tirtll minutely wt forth It ftitui e .
hHiv. or elaborately ilofltie what will be
its ,olitieal cliaraiter. My KiUtorlnl career,
ulnce It Itejran In ISM, anil Interrupted since
that time ly hut short Interval. i not ill" .
known to wedcm readers of all parthM.
To ay that, it has been coiiKlsleiitly and "' j
vcrvlii"lv Henmcralic. thronjrh the innt-
tltm and vli Uiltudes of that ancient. In- ,
illimitable party, mlht beeoiiidcrrd ample i
I certainly have kic nt that lengthy period :
of ncwH)nM'r labor. In Ohio anil eNewhctv,
to hut little advantage. have been active (
in all mnti-44 for sound jirinciplcs to In- j
considerable purpoae. have eijriially failed .
to impress iimiii my patrona and readers a
conviction of my sincerityas a democratic. !
joiirnaliit. if. at this lute day, I cannot be.
-untitled In. as conductor of the Emhirk,
without giving bond in a minute mid eoul- !
prehentve detail of the entire policy I
shall pursue. cui ii Democrat ; ever have
Itecn a Democrat. I am proud to nay that, j
throughout nv wlitii'al life, I have never
swerved from sound principles. In all these
c-seiitiul- I tun wifely point to all my ante- 1
cedents and to no very obeurc record, :
What I have been, I am; and I ran discern !
nothing in the present state of aff.tirs to .
suggest any change of prlnriple or opinion,
now or hi the future. j
It is our intention to make the Emi-ihh j
what the Oemoeracy of this populous and
wealthy Miami Valley have long needed 1
and their necessities demanded. If labor, '
zeal and Industry, with the auxiliary of a
complete mil (it of new and modern iiiih
terial, run effect this end, and aided by such
experience and talent as we may possess or
can enlist, then we assuredly w 111 not fait f
of success. ,,. . ;
Success, however, cannot lie achieved by1 '
our own talents and personal labors alone,
A good newspaper anil an energetic party I
organ can readily be stiirfei, but to con- i
tinue it and render It prosperous and useful, 1
it must be mipporltd. It requires . )-,
si rihrrs more tliiui simily well-wishers, anil I
It needs subscribers who will pnii. A daily J
and weekly paper. In times like these, is no ;
chameleon ; air is not its only essential of'
vitality. We need not alllrm that the more
liberal its support the greater must lie Us
facilities for improvement, ami the more
enlarged its iiscl'iiliic-s and iullueiice. That
is -elf-evident truth. Hence our appeal to
every man, w ho would have a w ell-conducted
1 lenincratic journal to flourish hi
this community, to ;ivu is their activk
A1U AN 11 AM. TIIKIR INFI.ITKXOE IN THIS KS-
Tioui'idSE. We are resolved on performing;
our part; may we not confidently expect
that all our democratic friends w ill actively
Outside of mere I'nlitio there is a consid
eration of no small magnitude, if i" fliui
iims. No feature in a city or town is
more notable than the appearance and
character of Its newspaiK'is. Advertising
column invariably denote tbe business
character of mercantile and manufactur
ing community. This proposition needs
no elaboration. . To assail it as unsound
would be folly. A greater lolly, however,'
would it be In any business man, w ho, in'
conducting or endeavoring to extend his
trading enterprises, would look iimide of
politics for his facilities and his resources.
There irc such narrow-minded men tube,
found, we are well aware, in most ixminiu
nities, but we trust they' are few And far;
between in this. The liberal-minded man
I never so 1'oolUh rut to first inquire what
are the political sentiments and antecedents
of a customer before hu will baiter his
wares. The liU'ral-iiiiiided man never
questions w hat are the thxtrints of a nttcn
pajnr before he oilers to It his patronage.
He sees only through the clear Ienz of
In tine. onrbark. newly rigged and newly
manned. Is launched uxn the political and
uncial sea, and we trustingly hope to avoid
running it upou either qiiick-niinils or
Mk. O.O. Fitch, our assistant In the gen
eral management of the different depart
ments of the F.Mi'iHK. needs no word from
us. Having been identified with the paper
for years past, and possessing a compre
hensive acquaintance with this community,
we consider that his connection with It
now w ill he of no small importance.
As Was to be Expected.
gaged in the attempted "mqbbingof Mb Vaj.
landiuham at Katou supposed to be "an
eye-wltuess," If not an actor- was arrested
a few days ago, ujion two several requi
altious, one from the Governor of Illinois
and the other from the Governor ol liuliiuia,
charging him with stealing I
As Was to be Expected. Arrest of Preachers in Missouri.
ltcv. Mr, Hush, Methodist of Flutusburg(
lias been arrested, on complaint of a fanatic
charged with having preached from the
words; "Have faith in Ood."
Hey. Mr. Morton, Presbyterian, of Boon
villo, has also been" arrested, and held in
bonds of 9 500 for Preaching to I. Is congre
tivn a sermon on Godliness, having been to
exceedingly disloyal as to torget the " nig
ger" in his discourse.
Mr. Vallandigham at Eaton.
On lug to the temporary suspension of
the Veiuf, we hive not bilbre been nblv
to alludil1 to Jhc stories lo,the llopnl.Hfan
I .a m' iv iS regard M the as-ult um Mr.
Valfcintligbani at Eirttmv We .ropy the fol
low lug from the Cincinnati A'witirfr of the
17th. and are authorized to May that all other
statements In reference to It art" wholly
iiutrmi: ( !
The statements made by the Commercial
of yesterday. In regard to the assault upon
Mr. tVullaiiilluham at Kntoni ihtj wlti
lill(e ctfirptioil. wholly online. . 9'lit i':A
fuel me. simply, that Mr. V. went on .Mont
dav niirht tt Ka'ton, t" argian.a case in court.';
and did argue It on Tuesday. remaining IA
town all d:t; and at tin hotel till some time
after dark. ' He went directly to thedfol
and the train being behind Hum, remained
at or neav the depot for hh linun w hen, afr
ter be was iihii the ears, mime cowardly
rntllns threw stones. The train rrmainv
a ipi:irterol':iu hour afterward at the depot?
nothing further occurred, eseept lond tall
and threat outside, i Mr.,V.uauie down to
tliis eitv the same night, and reinained til)
last evening. The all'iir was disgraceful
enough to the town and all eoneemed in it,
as it actually iM enrred: but, even w ith the
pxairgernteu Htiitenient of it. the Cc-miir;-einl
adds not one word ol'eondemnatiou. I
We would iufifest to our friends at Kalu
to obtain a list of the miserable iliuiiKc
serouudrels, and their titill meaner hmti;-;ii
tors, who were eoneerned in thit nutrnpi
and keep them lor future ri ferem-e. Wt
have not a doubt that most of them will b
applieauts bei ire Mr. Vullaiidifcbaiu in the
I'd tun to obtains their pariluim fiom the
State I'eniti'iitiary.towhii'b.fnr Uielrcriuie
they will have been eonuhjued. ,
The Negro Afflictions in Illinois.—
The Negro Afflictions in Illinois.— White Labor Ignored.
The Illinois State J!jitler. In the follow!
in very brief sentence, drawn a picture of
the present social and political condition of
the laboring people of that State, which no
doubt Is truthful, ami a firry picture it
certainly Is. It niijjrht be drawn for a jfooj
Rrtlou of Indiana as well as Southern
Ohio w ithout beinijC much exaggerated :,
Negroes now awarni our State: They arf
rKiliie the ronirli wood work and labor on
buildings; they occupy the places of labor
on the farm
they are employed an garilen
ers, as laborers, a mechanios in niaiiv in- J
stances. In fine, they are tilling up nil the
p aces formerly wciipied bv white men,
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And whv are ttiev so cmploved 1 Slmiilv i
because they will work for Ics. can live on
less, and i'ldre less than the w bite men. I
ilneed to come hero to degrade white labor j
and to take the the employment tempore-
rily maile vacant, by the' abs. net! of the i
Her. t.ut ;t'liB rrnl lovers of the neirro. the 1
stay- at-homes, tbe veterans on pajsnt. mini
who never smelt powder, men w ho never
saw . hnttle-rtelif. these are thev who
brought Into our Stat the swarm of huii- j
gry, senil-barbarlous negroes. And this ;
was done in violation ol tho. tundamnntal ;
pressed will' of the ts-onle. taken on a ill's- !
tluot Issue pntsented m .lime, IsiW. ' It '
should not Tie forgotten that the late con- ,
siuuiioimi convention sin lieu to me i
vote of the neople these uroiHisitlnns : For!
or against exclusion of negroes from the,'
State of Illinois. For or against the right
or ..Jonst laws tAvlnir eftect to the'sabl two
last named provisions. The people and the :
soldiers voted on each of these proKsitioiis. ,
rl'K.. ...n.nt.I,.. Ii,ui..n r.t' ...nu..n
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tbe Stale was une huntred thnvsand Hue hun-
ilreil The maloritv for nrohlbitine notrroes
from voting was one h umlred ani tevtnty-tir,
thousand ttcn hvndreti imrf aerenhj-one. And,
III.; IIUIJtHII. !, rimi iiris la!! IVIll
effect to the two last unmet! provisions, w as
one hundred and fillii-fuur thousand re hun- 1
ffrI ourf ticentu-T'itrr,
In defiance of this unparalleled expres
sion of public sentiment, the aliolitionlsts
have been and are now deluging this fair t
State with waves of negroes
the white man's substance.
These eat up
ttiey nti the
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white labor, cheaneii resnc'ctable butiltid
pursuits, and send tbe soldier penniless
away from Ids former bnslness.
Crime in Nashville.
.There is no city in tlie West or Suuth that
is and has been so in test etl Willi desperadoes
as Nashville. Not a morning dawns that
from one to five murders are not disclosed to
view. Ou the 241 about 10 o'clock Mr. 'll
llam Hi Iternon, u well-know u citizen, ,w a,
returning from Saint Cecilia Seminary with
his daughter ami sun, in Ids carriage, yiieti
he w as attacked by four highwaymen, who
drugged liiin into some bushes by the road
and robbed him. He Is Injured so deiier
ately that his recovery Is impossible , Oiie
of the robbers was badly woumlcd by llef
fernon. All have been capturetl am) are in
Jail. They were teamsters In tlovt'rntnent
The Fenian Scare.
Montreal, Canada, has had the luxury of a
little sensation. A local paper say the
steamer 8u Lawrence landed tliere a few
days since, from thu Tower of Loudon and
Woodwlck, direct, w ith a large curgo of
military stores, of all kinds, more especially
heavy material for artillery service and
heavy naval gun carriages.' Tltu "Fu
nlniiR" must be a dcMperahs net of conspira
tors to start such loud bellowrlng In John
B'lUl . ,..,''" . , i ,', ,.
. New .TkIksey Okuciai.. The following Is
tliw olllcial vote of New Jersey for Qovcj-
llOrt ' ' I ..' C . ;. I
Wit rl (Republican)...:..
kiiDoi, tlmue eTMl)...
, iUtjicui majority - rj........H... x.tm
I Cabinkt ' Chaniik Anticii'atkd. The
Ultimatums In. Washingtuu circles pf the
proljabillty of the election of the Secretary
of the Interior, Mr. Harlan, a United States
Senator from Iowa, Is regarded its confirm
atory of the rumors ol' his speedy retire,
ment I'roin the Cabinet. There Is no doubt
but that as soon as parties In Congress be
come w ell dcfiiied.tliecouU'iiipluted changes
in the Cabinet Will be made, a ml Mr. Julio,
son will present to tin-country, a Cabinet
of Ids own formation,' ' ', .', 11,1 ''
, 'Bocrctury McCullot h,, of the Treasury
Department, is the only one mentioned by
all parties as likely to be retained.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
The widows of Otailel Webster and of
John jf, Yiuetiilcn i- now txi(Ji residents
of. ok Wy. : 1 w
.' tlisncml It Cuitl seems to be eonsld
naliy minplkatcd tuai'otton spfulatioi
(that's what they now call appropriating
other people's proHrty ). It Is allegeil that
when he oeonplert Helenit. In lia. his army
rnptnn-ltwBtjrthi'e(liiilrel bales of cot
ton belonging to fleneral I'illow, then of the
relxd service. These w ere confiscated, anil,
as was UiXsil, tili'BOd oref t1 the olllcerl
of the I'nlteil States Treasury, The depart
immt 'an'tW It." -fdtirtiil is Aiyni,' how
ever. Wr shouldn't fefl coinforlul-le If 4
failed to hew bim that testimony.
The Methodist Cop ferenee in Mississippi,
jhst adjourned, Hirbptrd resolutions provid
ing for the fliTueatloii of fh'edim n, tliclr
wives and children. .. n
("ol. Diirhln Ward, of Ohio, who entered
the w ar biHdl, aa pr i v fcy tid from omi
griule to tiuotlier reaidied the rank of Hrlg
ailier (icnernl, to w hich he lately was pro
moted, has rolgued Ids apointmciit and
gone to the bar in Washington.
President Johnson ha Ibolished tbe Ie
teotlvu Bureau of the War, Department.
Now let him make clean work of It, and
abolish the Secretary.
To the above, from the New York Iftratd,
every good citizen will say. Amen! We
protest, however, against tbe cruelty of
turning Jtln brave Stanton out into the pub
lie high-w ays w ithout bis body-guard.
Mrs. Mninford, relict of Muniford, who
was hiuig by Butler, and her three, children,
have urrived In New Orleans in a most dls
trrd mid hclplcMt condition, it '
The inagnMceut steamer, Ben Stlckney,
lately sunk In the Mississippi, and worth
1UJ.0X). is a total loss, and not a cent in
aufed. A young mail, named T,aek, elerk In Har
rison's Bank, Indianapolis, was garroted on
Sunday night, bytwo fellows, and' robbed
of bis watch and eight dollars.
'A store tii Wlllianisuitrg.c'lcrmoiit county,
woe brokttil Intoi on Tuesday Tiiorntng. the
Silf , bow 0)t.n ttn(1 $m,otio abstracted,
,, .' v. . . , k
The proprietor. Sinks Jt W hite, lost a
wyt of It, the halagce had been deposited
r'tiere for safe lvceping by (llfTerPtit farniers
am, oUl.rJi rwder wiw useil. No doubt
t'"1 burglars belonged to Cincinnati, ft they
WeJ-etrireed flOuiu distance iftthit direction,
On Wtdmwlay morning the or)lce of the
Kr was destroyed by fire with all the
valuable records It contained. .!, ' ,' ,'.,.'
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1vl htP1" N,w Mil1' l,elr Shelby, 111
was rieinollsliel oh tliefith by tlieexplosion
ofa'ho'iler.' Three' iiien we're litlleifnilil
,V( badlw iniured. 'i . a i , n
R'x-rt C. W lutliro, of BosUm, was
married in Brooklino, last week, to Mm,
Allele ii, Thayer. The present is Mr. Win-
n, .,. ,.i.,i .in, iti, ii vnn t..iitHi
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A young mau named Borenc, working In
vano factory hi New York, slipped into
llie establishment a few days since.
' which a piano bad been placed, ready for
shipment, and fell asleep. When the hands
retiiriieil from dinner to screw on the lid,
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,,ll'.v ,lul llot discover lilm, and he only
aw oke to find lilnlself gnlhg down the hatch
way head foremost, to be shipped off to
Wilmington, X. C. That wawa narrow es-
Judge Steele, of tbe Chancery Court, sit
ting at Lebanon. Tennessee, has delivered
an opinion in which lie1 takes the ground
that an obligation contracted to aid the le-
, belllou .mil nilj void. and. accordinirlv
l,e dismissed a suit brought to enforce Mich
... . .
a contract. The Nashville Dispatch thinks
thatMf tli posh loa tnktf'u "bv' Chaiirellor
Bteek- shalK be held to he law- througkaat
the Southern States; an immense amount of
indentednesfi wiUbedlAcliargAlqirfte easily
They are getting up subscriptions in some
parts of .Mississippi ftir the benefit of Mrs.
Jeff. Dayls anil' family.1 They; are very
needy, no doubt, i :
The lata -new from Mexico Is of more
than lisnal Importance.'' Ttie Emperor,. Is
withdrawing all his forces from the out
iotv atul JcoBiMhtratlujt' Jihe)B,;aU Terii
Cruz, City of Mexico aud San I.uis Potosl.i
He hat; abandoned hiitrip to uuutan, and
his Kmprcss ia about returning to Kurope.
This will give a new impulse to the Liberal
cause. ' ' "'' ',"''
'protested against the passage" or 'any blrj fn
Congress looking to negro sull'erage in the
District, of Cflumblaj., , . , , . , .. ,
The friends of President Johnson con
demn Speaker Coltox'a lata tspeoch, and
says that Mr. Johnson is in favor of admit
ting the Southern representatives to Con
gress without the test -oath.
, A committee of the Tennessee LegisJa-;
tur4i- lutviug. -juost (aiipluluAt nf
it in try lug to trac the whereabouts of bc
twoey ivtt Mid six millious, of dolbu.'ji nf
fhc'iiotfs- of their' State Bank, ' which' tils'-apiH-aretl
when thut Inatitutiou packed up'
Us tviy rVttU.4 '?l(,,J18out't )
The Housettf Iteoresentatlvesof thiT,ii.
nessee l.t'gtslature Iia4 passed an' kiiieiul
iiiiit l.t llit t.ytiiiiillon lnu'ii of rhnt wt..,..
. ..JJ..A:.(.'JL 1 ..l i - ' .
7- V ZZ .1 L.,? .
wlttt mines aim inipietui'iitM niTer-sin v
work the name. ' '
The rVIr lbrik1Aiit tin? "life
tlie Itoekiiort, la. Hank, on the l;tlt, and
r.bd Jr oatti'.eip.otw, w,f '
trouble In K,,tUllK the aJf,(Katl In 7-:kl I .
Boudt,' an they are all' iniirkM.'nifil fill,
save one (50.) dateil op the 15th June.
ri ', ,
xj ni ui.,... V. - , ,.i..miiii.iui
the lift Itisuranee eonipanles have to meet
a claim amooiitlng 'to '21)6,000,' or about
t,u.u-, rwi. u .. i. .1 .u . .
Byineueaitt ui uie can oi niraininoro,
(1,000,000. The St:otuh Insurance ottii es are
those priuelully concerned.
Ss'aklng of the mnnstrort outrages
hlch luive la-en perietrated by tilt free
icfrfoes'tn .Tainalca and the cause, the
'olonliil 'Stauduft, of that IslaniJ ""iM-rti-
nt-ntlv says ; -A It U tluinka to such nien as
Mr Horace Ureelev Dr. 'Wudcrhlll, and
others. Hint the iooYucgroCR thcinsclves
are deceived Into furnishing, by their own
act, thu ImisI possiblo wguiuents galiktt
( I i I : Ii
ns per week for the last
' Seventy-five coffin.
fbnf wrTk-s htfrr-TrrTt ' flrccsai?rbrthft
ilcjul freedmen In tli,iliti1i't of Columbia.
That Is nltout the chief legacy of freeilinan
llba;ty,nsyet..? , y, ,
A Horrible mtiriler and rotibery of a the
atrical manager from Havana, named Jose
Garcia Otero, oociirrod la Brooklyn alght
liefore last. The amount stolen was t s,(KK)
or$l0.0t0. The party who commit ted the
murder and robbery Is known, but has not
yet been arrested, '' ." j
The Sandusky Rnjisler understands that
the catch of herrings this season Is so largo
that, tlie llsli coirt raetoi's ore' untible'tti tlress
and salt them down, and have instructed
fishermen to let them go.
By the burning of the ship Hari J of tho
West, on her way from New Orleans to
Liverpool a loss of 11:1)3 bales of cotton has
been sustained, W parties not named In'
A brick making machine Is in successful
operation near Cincinnati, on the Kentucky,
side, which turns out ready for burning, no
U-s than U(H) per minute. The capacity of
the "machine. It will be seen, Is liOOO per
hour, or l-JO.otH) per day of ten hours work.
The brick, on leaving the mold, reguire
very little drying, from the fact that the
immense pressure put upon them drives
almost the entire moisture out.
Hon. Peter Hitchcock, of Geauga County
Is brought forward as a candidate for
Speaker of.. the State nouae of Uprelciin
tives, by a correspondent of the Ohio Stato
0ov,.rm(r i1B..f , Alabama, In hi.
nie.iie to the I.elilature iirtfea the adon
S. tlon of the ( 'onstltutlonal Aiiieiulmeut, the
Ki-ooos in Cai.ikoknia. DkstklxtioN
of Proi'KhtY. A disatch ' fi-ofn Sail
Francisco, on the 22d. reKtrts a goodly iMir'
tiou of the eastern parts of the State under
water the flood is as great as that of lstil.
, Communication with the ilitcrW, ejeuept
by water and telegraph. Is cut oil'.
The Central Pacific liailroad has suQ'ered
severely by the caving in of enUiankiDentK.
The mining districts have rweived consid
erable damage by the washing awav of
dams, flumes, wheels nnd bridges. ..Much
of the country bordering on'; tho Sacra
mento and Feather ltivers is flooded.
The lower tortiou of Maysville is iiuder
water, without much damage as yet.
The wharf at Half Moon Biy, on tho
Pacillc coast south of San Kraticlsco, was
washetl away this morning, carrying a
warehouse tilled with grain, causing dam
age to tho iiitieiuit of IfUHkbtlf). 1 t
A dispatch from New York, says : Tim
steamer Western Mctroitolls, from Apala
chacola on the 15th, brings. 3.0O0 bales of
cotton. Tbe total shipment ef cotton from
that port for the season w ill reach 80,000
bales, some 60.000 of which have yet to lie
shipped. Some twenty, vessels were load-,
This, and other similar reorts. would In
dicate that then; is a gootl deal of fiction in
the cry of a. cotton scarcity. j
SieakerCol(tti'wa4 posted for a lecture-'
before the Press Club, of Philadelphia, on
Thursday evening; his subject, "Across
the Continent and the duties .of. the uiext
Congress." As "Mr. Sieaker'! is an obi
printer and ' editor. W e trust he w ill noti
ignore the paper-tariff oppression which'
the press Is now laboring under. 1
Tin: i'nie steamer Deer Ledge, valued at
iX),000, insured Jn 40,UO(), gutik on Mon
day, near St. Jo.seph, 11 and ii a total
lois' . iv f i. i.-tif ,
The IIiraliTt correspondent coulirms the
story of the plot to turn Matamoras over
to tlie LllicmU. ; One tf tbe luutu-r tin tho
conspiracy w as formerly in the rebel army,
serving on the staff of John Morgan. Thirty,
thousand dollars was to be the bonus for
the trickl ' ' " ' " r
' 1Fo)nr til'gro soldiers wn(l Into'a banker'si
house in Mobile, on the 'Joth, insU,. to obtain:
change for several rive hundred dollar bills,:
w hich they thought w ere fifties., Their ig
norance of their value aroused the suspic
ions of the clerk. who had them arrested,
when It was found that they hail 'stolen the
money, ($'jM0, froui.JlatbvTy, Scott, auold:
citizen.' . i . , j. .
One thousand dtillars reward has Ituea
ottered rir"tht iw:overy of the body of
rrrmum Ktn, taut ouovutr iiUO-OHMtHntt
at New York. . , . .-
General Scott left New "ork to-day, by
sea, for New Orleans, w here he Intends to
spend the w infer, V t Hi O H 1
The " freeilineu '' about Jackson, Miss.,
are becoming unendurable. Governor
Humphrey.) teTejrrapho on the lurti U Ui
. .. .''": it i v.". t ! . I i i...
"The colored troops attacked and took
possession of a passenger tniln at Lauder
dale Springs, Insulting the Indies. The oltl
cers were iinsblc Hu pontvul them."
. The Savaiuinh Utald . ban lnforuiattoil
tliat a riot took plac among ttie negi-otsi
near Mariana, W est f'lorida, the rioters
burning a cotton-gin, house, A company
of ItcgaUus wut aunt tacw la ki'un.on.ler.
A Tallahassa letter says, the proposition
to repudiate the rebel war debt, and admit
ting negro testimony in courU. encoun
tered strong opiiositiou. Ami would juit
have passed; but tho members plainly saw
that nothing less would receive the appro
bation of tba Pwidcnt wd i;al)lnct,i The
Florida uieiula'rs are to be admitted to
1 ',..,,.,S.s ' '
' " '
Governor Marvin, congratulated theOori
i ventlon. on the eve of ita adiournme nt on
ntlon, on the
le manimr in
the manmtr in wblelthe, lutdUie their
ork. alid exr
irehnr nfliTleular nleaaure
that the rl"hl of testimony had been
'. "ranted to fri'iilineii, lie aahl (lut eolnni
t li.,,.ii in) tit Im ui.,.t, u-tt tulru wti. uiut Hicra
u in 1,1,1 - 1d leitriteveii hunitiTd toone tbou-
Kllli ,lte mildiein in the Stale.
I ahotlsumfl or UM-rjl, ana .pass(i;tor law
uroteetlim the iietrroea in person aud pro-
party. TltU taiurmv be say, w ill seeure (lie
ailiuiaiiUiu tU our roiroiitattou tuL'iiiiri-ea,
atiiiiiiwtioii oj our n'preaoniaiioi
and restore the State to all 1
rljfhiH In tfic L'nlon.,' ilepi.
eotle for the Koverunieiit of
wjsea a aixvlid
Koverunieiit of the uuuloea.
and rei'oiiimeudii ailoptinir a vagrant law
bi-urln w hite and I
f t JAMES KELLY, '
Reftl Estate and Loan Agent,
t ' ' 1 4 -v -
ft. K. Cor. matin mad Third .,
Yntranrfl rn Thlnl Ptreet,
noTtMtnrtm Dim. tmm. '
' J. J. BELVILLE, '
Attorney " ftnd " Coansellor at Iaj
Oi rirK; I'nraer's Opera i
r- . i r B,,om l8"- MODit Floor, . I
'J iJ ItAY'l'ON, oiio;
WILMER H. BELVILLE,
A.ttoi'ndy at Luw
" a. E. C t. iriainantl Third Bis.,
' Entranrst'D Tliird Strent,
nv95.lMire Patth, Onto.
, : E., THOMPSON,
A t.tp ni oy, aud . No ta ry ,
i ,lATO.V OHIOt
ViriLI. JlTTNll TO AJ,'. UU9INKSS UN-
YY 'i'UUs'1 HI) to hiro with dUiHsacs, ijroMptims,
Uiitor. . .
I'ftWs oo 1 turd Str- t, ovsr Lb6niburt-ars' Clolliifig
8'r'il T l' "v ' tioTitdswlT
FAR MERS 'AND "m'eCH ANiCSHOTeL",
1 ' ' ' ' (Entity lo,iy(( Iosm,) ' ' ' ' j
Until M , Ksitk tsl.tm Ju t Kast of rfl,r,nn 9treI,
I) A Y T ( N ,
JOIIX A. Nil I II K
(Hec'nUy of tkt Farmer, and Metkanict, wmj
. .s,e.t, nt ftNi, a iiutel
THU II TPt, RA9 BEE TIIDKOI'dflLY RENO.
VA IKO, xii I r.rntnislircl, and will lx ltet
. m.n ii. ii. ni, .... UFni IIII.UI. PfimiDR til
ths lnal, duy, itr tfvk loi d niiUIii un the ptsuuseM
Oman hhsh run ta st.d lr, tn th Ltpot. i
JOHN A. M'MARON.
J i HOUK & McMAHON,
-A-ttopneys a,t Law
' ' f A Yvr O N ,' ' OHIO.
394 i1hit(I"8tmPtt 'Butt of Mmm
a. WOO A MAM
A. O HlllTH,
WOCAMAN., , SMITH CO,
No 28, .Main Street, Opera. Building!
1 TAVB TDNHTANTI Y ON HAND A FUITj AND
11. complsts utonh or Grooartem, Nailt, FimH. To-
bH4!t a, n1 re ry uUier ArliolAoal t. Tor iu th whole
a a ft Ktix'Ty trttde. Uhvui rrtiitiy reniovpd toonf
nfw ruonift, hvft Rrt tly increased our utoi k, unJ
r prwrra to nil km oriter ptonifitu.
W rtttirotfiillTcall tti nuRtion t4 cltr tndonn
try de 'It to our n-w ,to'lt of nrxtiria( tut(iKti(
iliHt waenn five them ko1 b;irnlrn mn ihty tn
onmin ni u oinrr Iiouns id mat-iiy.
JA'-OB iRADB't RHTATK. I'N TflK 2iU DAT
of Novuibflr, lt5, (tin indrM( rnd wnn m-
poinwd nd qiitilbd fliiiiutrkr i th tt o
J "'on rnmp, uut ol Muut ornery eoiui'y, Ohio,
novrrJt LU0INDA tHADK.
r'ACOB WKTBRIGRT'B FVATt NlTfOtC Iil
hrtJ d'n,tlat tb UndrHnied thu dny
6fni.j ut d inimmititr tor of tha Utf Jrc f
WMviiritrrit. ihi or hu' son t MMitiiv. Ohi. dn.
t-heed, y the frobite Ucurttf uaid county,
XTOTtOK.-TUK U N DKHHIONKD HAS HKKN
Xl duly nirpoiuLrd &ffuilnj ot thn t . ant
T dHT.-OB TB 0 r8D Y LAMT. iBfllT NOON.
I i eitheroa Ludiow.or Va Oureo stiveis, a Lady'
MUFm. of t)n hir, and d 'irk olor. An? oo r turn
the Arne, toUi ttlooR Hotol.or to the atora of
j . a. anmry i, wui tm iiUdrauy rewnnied.
ttoriSdlt1:: T110M48 WHiTfi-
STllLN.--0 DOLLARS KKWARD. 'l"f.(K
from ike atibtnb.r'a prttniktMi, naar Yalloi.
aihut., NnramhT a, a lllark Mara, to to-trf ulii
Unt ai.rintt, alioul fl ti-n h.uns and tH4 Int-k liiitti,
with ii'tr in lttr luri tuul, ha .y man. -mil I'.rotoi-,
anil hart fnoltd. A lawitid of ftoil i onTi-tt lor bar
ni"iwf. 1 .. i.ii . AflMI KtMMt.
XM-,Mr.'U, lat." nuvwl
illCliTlNG OF 8Tt)t'KHOLl)EItH.
NOTfOB.-hOTlCB IS HBRKIY OIVrNTHA'r V
roat'tltiK ol tha atoek'tinldara of the Kmntrtt
t omnanr" wtH b hald althaofttoa rftha OomianT,
on llt tth day of Dace tn bar, laaa. at tea o'eloak
A. ta. ' ' i-
' 1 D. K. BDYBH, fra-irtfia.
T. O. Lows, Saeratary anv7d.wtt
TICK 4 SUlt UK'S NOTiCK.
IO Tff al 1 TA X ' ' PA V E Rf Of'' atONIUOMlSRY
Tha ttooka ar oow.raadv.apd wa will attaod to re
.caifiux tha taxaa foe 1885, dgrinft 'ontoa ftoitrn, at
the Trnaurar'a Otllca. II younoDailtt ynnrcwu oon
vniitonce, you will fall lafnra 1ti rit-b, wt.i 'h rM l.a.
it ?ry unilHAitaoi uurinxtiia laHt law wtuk. tf the
Lata .pacilii-d tiv law. Ktmcmbpr tfutt on' hHirtba
entiralaxfor lH6.r,, biatliar with all daln qiim.-iaa,
and nan r Htrnet im!rremnnt taxan, niu-t ba di
on or ta.rora ba unth dty ti Ivtiatub nv utiiA, or tha
paually wilt ta, added an aulftoriEcd by law.
Tre alirar Mo- lt.ioary Oo . O.
Traartiin-r'.Otboa.Nov. 1, ltl6. noi3.dwlf
vr- -;--' 4 r r " "
i'iitaa naeeot. J ' ' ' 1 ' J jaaapa t.aaaoa.
P H B M I U M
JLANUP0N A BKOTtJEK.
. t,. ,1 Ji i j:A i'UV -
aoimiw.Y.,. .tHr :.'!":" I,, !!
Ac, Ac, Aa
W. Wi PHILL.IPa OL.O HTAMU,
S08.ll, U, ANH 16 EAbV M1URTH HTKIT, DA V
Sapairam dof. BranvDr a.d ta alia kt atyla.
I, ... , aLBl),
DEALERR IN HARDWARE,
j .. . ,ni1Wi'!. . -ft- i
DIEBIILD, BlIIMtJIN I'O.'U
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes,
' AND . ...
... - acHOOLKYM '
lerrlger.tor. and li r Beer ( ooleri,
BOrtdawlm . 'H0. Tl MAIH8TRErr
i . t, ,' I ' f . I
. A Sa1IMIHiBA'tOH'aMii'J'IK..IIAkUALMl).
J Ulca ha tao appointed A.lmiui.ltator or Dad
lal Millar, dacaaaed, lata ul Vaa Burae Taaaahtp,
MtwIfoDterj Ouiutty, Ohio. navltait
........ -.'.H Illl. t.
Hikx MiiK-r n
I'OHITIVRI.Y LAST Afl'KARANl'K IP
Mad.' Marie Mathua Bchellcr.
Siitm iUiy Kvonintf, Nov. '2, 18115,
Wi'l be I'niMtitMl Fehill.r rhri'linn rir, in
"" - ' T sets; mtHlMi, v. . .,..
Or, THE PARACIDE'S DOOM.
..f... Md. Fehofln
.... ft.l I'ftiil i
15 I tltu
Tie't. It f,r
it J. T. WHiny'ii Miiie3tftr
lor iuflt7'.-i 'ttftk. Ovitrttira romnintM
I Tk, !. k. " t. i i !'i ' ' -i t
)NTIN KN TALH.
Hir,. 'ftm 1805.
,.j . -.j. u . -
s -THK i I;
CONTIlSrii ISTTV LH
. WII.I, AI-IT.AK OK
two nkjiits' ovi.yc
On Thurstluy nt Friday Evcnlnff,
.Novyutbv'r 30. and Deeeinber 1.4 lSj,
' ' INTHB t-'OSTL'Mfc OK '
A HUXU11KD YEA 119 AGO.
TheytAktleiMureiiiitniii.n dk thQffAemdtt of
Tbe Eminent Tenor and HallailVt ;
J. U. MICKEY, Heermd Tenor;
J. fl. I'ARKTirRT, Baritone;
TIIOS. CORWIX, Rasso Proftlndo.
Boor open At 7 oolrck; To romm,nce At a.
Admitfioii, 60 CfnlD. ' 1 ; '' 1
Xo Kxtra Charg , for RA.erT d Biwts. ,' ., ,.
run of Hnl to bn tn nt Ktnnpys Mlla Stera,
whera Tii'k tscin b Mttlrad.
New Advertisements. Dry Goods.
D RY GOODS.
GEO A. DIXON, '
328 Third hUvit,
HAti junt roivl, and ia ojm-d fl (Arxt,
HDAtt and t.tfdt HaisnUid h tonic of Kaw; and
Pihiu i It Y (tiili.-i, 1 rH,f ioodH, Halmortw. Hu erti
Clotb - lot Mpu'h aod Boy 'a WtMr wiutU ith-.udH lh
ft'diwinf( . .-r' .;
' Plain Milk, In all Onlnr.. 1 1
riard lla. In ll Color.. "" '
Hack Plain SI I kit, Crilt Hapk.
Kl.kanl Pari. V.lv.ta. ' ' ' i
' Irl.h P, llna.Plaln ana Plaid. ' 1
Cr.iirh Papllna. plain ana Plain. '
kreneh Mtrl.iiB, all '-flor..
. Plain, 81 rlp.d UK Alpaca. ' '"
an wnoi nuiii,. i,
Wo.. I lie l,il.ti.
Am.rlcan la t,alnta ' ., ,
Am ncaa Bleach Mntlini ... t
English BlBch nlins,.pry fltja
Brown Muihus '' r
Can Flannels.. ' i'''"r
Oheoki, Tick, and Stripet. ' .
Linen arjd Cnt.ton Shfjettm;! 10 4 11
Bleach St Brown 54 Pillow Oftae
Mnalini. ' '!":'
Alexander (Genuine) AC Id filvee
ChlldreH'a Olaraa. ' ' i
Hack, Meal nnd Caaetanara OlaTea
HI Ik nnd ClatU Olevea.
f, ,;! '0 nlivtni TitrrAno.
' ' a Whltoy Uoavnrfi
'MU ri'O 'fx. ?OQ 3 yh a
9ip rh H too It of Olutlifl for Mmi anil Tliyw Wr;
Kl.-H4.Ett 01 xhn, far Trrt-ONtu; 0urHl fi'ock
of Kotirtut, li 'Wl-t n i J
Ono'U, lr,Mi Ho"tr; Oa.li.nt mm)
Umtiroidf r.ni; Bulniirl fary
tc. Ma ,' ' ' t
Foreig .mr an i!Dom6stic.
:)Hralaltar (Kli. l.flit,e(lt r
Mu-di ranlam Markal, add ia nol'rratlad In' an
rlly.baiuK t.t tha lataO-aad uut v intrant 4' vlaa.
Tha I'ul.lui ar ofrdinlli mTila l fa i;'d, au nam
mafur'thinalaa' 1 I .1 . .
STREET, SOUTH SIDf.
' ' iinrie.M
KKAlt ESTATE AENC:'
I-JR8llNd Vi' OITT Plt'if Tt t6i
.ala, would d wall lootll, aa t ta.a .guita a diioi
bar Af app'laaaoB f"P tiailaaaiaod tna, itutha a lyf
I ttaro nnina vry valiinrile h',uaa and Int. iu Pater
tun and V I.ini 0t tliai will ha l i-aaan. " 1 ha.a.
alt.o a0 a ol ttia bftft Improrid hi'ViM jn Moutrim
a f voi'o'y, fi'f M' nn laitaoiiahia Vartna. AUo a
le. inula b1'.'!.''. in tha t ity. ' "l
JtMfB K Ul f.y.a.'.l RUta gV. ;
Nurlhaaatuor. Ma oalid :td Htro.ta,' -nt'ilAtaMlai.
i . , , J't. Oam,
JilHN (. RintY B "A1E-ON THB-an, tM
of 'Noranrb.r. 1 1HIA, lha undaraiatif d waa an.
puiitl.d aod qualified adiiem.tmlor or ih aatttra bf
John Frulay , ta f a.oetKoinriy O'Hintf, Obto,
DOli6w3t IU A. OKHH.RT.