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KM PI KB COM HA JIT, Publishers. MONDAY, OCTOHEli 2U, 1WK3. The Draft. It is announced that the draft for 5,000, which was to have token place to-day in Ohio, will not uomo off, the quota having been filW by wolunteering. If the Cincinnati Commercial had the least particle of honesty or decency, it wonld not garble extracts from the Empire in order to pervert and misrepresent oitr position. If it cannot find anything to say against our true position, as daily nvi. forth, it had better hold iu tongue. Lying may servo its purposes for awhile, but the time will come whim iu falsehoods will react upon its own head with feartul effect. We are content to wait. Corruption Everywhere. Tho late campaign of General I'ope against tho Indians in Minnesota, seems to have been much like bis other military operations. The St. Paul Pioneer repre sents that no harm was done to the In dians, and that they believe they were vic toriousa belief which is very reahonahle in view of the fact that our forces hastily retreated, after two or three skirmishes. But in other respects tho expedition was quite successful. The plunder obtained by means of it from Undo ham was enormous. The Pioneer says : "What then has the expedition accomplish ed ? It has been the means of making a few men ricb. From the first to the last it has been a marvel of corruption of open, inde cent favoritism and plunder. There are men who two years ago were bankrupts, and as much tue glad recipients ot chanty, who to day are proud and arrogant from their pos session ot their ill-gotten gains. There are springing up around our city splendid pala ces, which are pointed at by the common crowd as monuments of public plunder, How it has fured with Major General John Pope in tho general we have no means of knowing. Ho has borne through life a disreputable character, aud it is hardly to be credited that, with dnhonenty tainting every brunch ot the service in this department, he has not shared its fruits." A Three Thousand Million Debt. Mr. Duwes, Republican member of Con gress from MaHsachusetts, estimated the average cost of the war at $.1,000,000 per day One thousand days have nearly elapsed since the war commenced, and it cannot be doubt rd that the whole expense thus far is fully equal to $3,0011,000,000. Albany (N. lr.,) A rgus. The Rochester Union, in commenting upon the above, states that tho Now York Timet, a Republican organ, sets down the national debt at the present time as no more than twelve or thirteen hundred millions. But the discrepancy between these two Republican authorities may be very readily accounted for in this manner: Mr. Dawks' estimate included the whole cost of tho war ; whilo tho Timet dis patch refers only to that portion of the cost of the war which has been audited, and for which tho Government lias given its obligation that which appears on the books of the Department. Now, anybody possessings a grain of intelligence knows that that portion of the public debt em braces but a comparatively small propor tion of the liabilities which have been in curred by the Government in tho prosecu tion of this war. And all these liabilities will sooner or later assume the form of a pnblic debt. Under the most pains-taking Administration of the public finances, it will take years to settle up and give notes for the ten thousand varieties of valid claims upon the Federal Treasury. The process of auditing or settling and putting into the permanent form of government stock, those various forms of public debt, is an exceedingly slow one. The Union as it was will never bless the vision of any pro-slavery fauatio or secession sympathiser, and it never ought. It it a thing of thepatt, haled by every patriot, and destined never to curie an honest people, or blot the paget of history again. The above is from the Chicago Tribune, a rank Abolition "Union" paper, and sub servient supporter of the present Adminis tration. We find similar opinions enter- tained by such members of the representa tive men of the Republican party, and the doctrine so well accord with the acts of the Aduiiuibtrution that there can be no doubt that it is the intention of the so-call ed "Union" party never to restore the Union. For ourselves we have never doubted their intention to destroy the Union, and along with it the whole system of liberty and free institutions. The man ager! of the Republican party have assum ed that name as a blind and a cloak, while in reality thoy were not in favor of a Re public but of an arbitrary Government. Bo it ia with these "Uniou" men. They are not in favor of the Union at all. The thing ia a trap to catch the support of the people. This war, then, it ia confessed, i not for the purpose of restoring the Union. Ad the next thing to know what it is for. W have never doubted ,. , , tnat me real ODjeci or me war is to lay ui foundation of despotic power in this conn- try. , e .1 " people could not have 1 been brought to submit to tyranny. It ia necessary to have a pretense a groat excuse to get the people to give silent consent to the vi olent change sought to bo made in their institutions. This war did not come un expectedly, and it did not come unwished for by the leaders of tho "Union" party. Many years ago Joiik Qmncy Adams, Jufiiua R. GiDDiNim, and many others of them, popular and representative men, talked about the subversion of the Repub lic by a bloody civil war. From the days of old John Adams and the Alien and Se dition laws, thore has been a pestilent nest of conspirators in the Northern States seck- ng the upsetting of the Repuolie. The cloven foot has boen visiblo in , all their legislation ; tariffs to role labor and enrich tho capitalist ; banks to support iu caso a class of specu lators, and enablo them to tattcn and ac cumulate enormous sums by the villain ous operation of the system ; franchises and grouts of power have been their con tinued policy. They havo no other policy. Law is with this party, but a trap to en suarethe ignorant and unwary. The people have listened to their treach erous stories of Union and bavo entrusted them with complete power, and they have proceeded rnpidly to overthrow every safe guard of liberty, and now tdiey toll ua the Union shall not lie preserved. It may be true that our institutions are to perish, but there is a fatality attending the crimi nals who have destroyed them, and they will not long enjoy the spoil they have perjured themselves to acquire. They have steeped their souls in villainy, and turned the whole energies of their natures to the practice of falsehood and oppression. But oven now they turn in dismay from tho magnittido of the task, and admit their in ability to complete it. Wo hear the poor miserable wretches calling for a leader. A CnoMWKi.L or a C.rcaAit wonld be wel comed by them. But tho country is not yet ready for a Cesar. We have not yet had a Mamur. There is much bloody wwk to do oro absolute power can bo es tablished in this country on a permanent basis. The Constitution of our people makes them lovo liberty, and tho day is not far distant when the people will de mand tho pnuishuieut of their betrayers. The Abolition Party Falling to Pieces. The fight among the Abolition aspi rants for Presidential honors, is becoming quite interesting to outsiders. It is a tri angular combat. Chase and his frionils are straining every nerve to get the inside track ou Suwahd, whilo Old Auk and his followers nre trying hard to circumvent the plans of both. The fight among the chiefs has extended to the Division Generals, and the two Claims uro throwing Greek fire iuto tho ranks of their former friends. Thi-rlow Wiceb has caught the infection. and has opened a hitter crtisado against Updyke, the Abolition Mayor of Now York City. The cohesive power of pub lic plunder is no longer adequate to hold together the rotten concern. It is falling to pieces by reason of its own corruption. When rogues full out honest men get their dues. Having deceived the people, worm ed themselves into power, uud destroyed the country, thoy are now quarrelling among themselves, t irning State's cvi- lence and giving the people an insight into their villainies. Verily the way of the transgressor is hard. As a specimen of the way this war of the factions is Carried on, we give the fol. lowing blast of Tiiurlow Wkkd against Mayor Opdyke : To the Editor of the Ecening Journal: In a recent letter, designed, first, to admon ish the Democratic party of the folly and fate of disloyalty; and, second, to expose the sham patriotism ot Dois'erous Abolitionists, 1 made use of Mayor Opdyke and editor Tillon as ex amples. Both have replied. Neither deny the material accusation, viz: the draft and the tkulkinq. But to another accusation, Mayor Opdyke says : "lie next charges my son with holding of fices. There would be nothing improper in this, if it were true, unless he had bought them from some office-broker like Mr. Weed Bui it so happens that he has never asked for or received an othue of any kind, unless the oarren commissiou oi Joiary rublio may be regarded as such." Was Mr. Opdyke' s Notary commission a "barren" one? We shall see. Mr. Opdyke, aeuior, after filling the "Custom-house with relatives (one a Breckinridge rowdy) and fol. .nJZLVi ,V T"-"- lb at department lor hn ion. OnrlvltA inm I J J.J . L I , . . ' . ( , ii i -r-;--j "( partment did not sullies. The oliicera and employees wore required to go before the No tary witn a "barren commission, monthly, and swear to their account swear that "Thirty day. hth September, April, Judo aud Movenitwr; am toe r.mt nave Mllliy.one, t.rT.. ruru;, uica una imir-si(tit Aioss," I Concluding with a payment of a quarter of a f" ? T?' a 1f otticers rebelled, but if hve hundred ot the one thousand "walked np to the Cuptnin's office and settled, the Notary realized $1,500 per wi'ii'im hi mm Binnv whv. f.nuallv grouiidlesri is the cliarca airaiuit me ot being gorged with Government con tracts. I hit, iftiue, would not be at all cen surable, provided I obtained them fairly and executed them with fidelity." Tke charge (hot Mayor Updyke is "gorged with profitable contracts" is "equally ground less.' ll is not His Honor the Mayor, but His Honor the Mayors son-in-law, who is "gorged ' with a profitable gun contract. And when the rioters burned the gua factory, His Honor, the Mayor, had nothing to do with getting a prompt allowance of over $1100,000 from the city, without going through the pro cess to which ordinary claimants are subject ed. Mayor Opdykegels ofTiccs and jobs "fairly," and executes tlicm with "fidelity. Mr. Spun low, the eminent Doctors Commons Solicitor, and "Hand C'oppertiuld's father-in-law," was upright, liberal, and even generous ; but bis partner, Mr .fork-ins, was a grasping, miserly skin-Hint, Mayor Opdyke bus had no sleep ing or silent partnership no "shoddy" inter eats I He did not infest Quartermaster Vin ton's office, competing with the Jews for "un olean drippings I" Not hoi Catch him at that if you caul Look into his open, fresh, manly face I Do you discover anything sinis ter or sordid there? lly no means. It is his partner, Jorkins, with the "hang dog look," who gels gun contract', furnishes "shoddy," and hides away iu convenient places, where he can bo found at convenient times, to ap prove convenient ordinances, hefore incontien icnl injunctions can be served I I have not met with the reply of Mr. Tillon, of the Independent. Hut the next time that skulking conscript comes upon the stage with a musket, showing a delighted Abolition au dience how "Old John lirown" went through hut facing and firings, I will endeavor to be T. W. [From the New York Herald.] Extraordinary Rebel Negotiations In France—Programme In France—Programme of a European Coalition with Jeff. Davis—A Southern Confederacy to be Established. LONDON, October 19, 1863. "'.of anarchy-iu fact,, defiant outlawry-which ' :n . . '" James Goiuio.v Bknkktt, Esq: Sin A piece ot intelligence of a most mo mentous character, as ceucerns its bearing upon the future of the United Status, has just come into my possession.. Plans have been for several months ma turing for a European alliance, which is to have for its aim the control ot the destinies of the American continents. A "ttrietly confidential" correspondence was commenced as early as lust Muy, at the instance of an influential (though not power ful) Western sovereign, between most of the Caoinets with respect to the feasibility of the measure; but the Polish question assumed so "rave a form occasioning new and unforseen complications that no considerable progress was made toward the consummation of the scheme. Then came the terrible reverses of the rebels, which, nntil the last fortnight, en dangered the probability of the success of sucb an undertaking without an immediate declaration of war, inasmuch as it was feared that after all Socessia might be bummed in ami resistance to the Union stifled. But the holding out of Charleston and the more recent disastrous defeat of ltosecrans together with other rebel triumphs in Louisi ana, Texas and elsewhere have caused ne gotiations to be renewed; and they are now going on with the utmost activity, and with every prospect of an early completion. You will see in the short speech of Maximi lian to the "Mexican deputation" a delicate allusion to tho projected alliance. Ho took occasion to remark : "1 must mako my ac ceptance of the throno dependent upon a plebiscite of the whole country. On the other hand, it would be my duty to ask for guarantees which are indispensable to secure Mexico against the dangers which threaten her integrity and independence." Maxmilian Inn been well advised. His sagacious father in law, King Leopold, the Nestor of sov ereigns, has been his faithful mentor. The parties to the contract at first, if it shall be perfected, will be Kom j (as the head of the Latin church), Austria, Spain, France and Great Ucituiu. Italy hesitates, but there are inlluences at work which, it is believed, will cause Victor Hmanuel to yield his assent; and it is believed that Prussia, unwilling to isolate herself still farther from the throo Powers mentioned, may even so far break with Russia as to give in her adhesion. It is understood that the Richmond govern ment has indicated its readiness to enter into a treaty, offensive and defensive, with this embryo alliance against the United Stales, upon the condition that the durable indepen dence of tho thirteen States which are repre sented it, lha fVm,. f ,U . , ' shall be guaranteed, aud that Maryland in "hich the District of Cobmbia, as it is apart of her soil, is to be included shall, as one of the conditions of peace between the present belligerents, be allowed to dispose of herself to go North or go South at her own option after all the Federal troops have been with drawn from her limits, in order that no undue influence may be brought to bear upon her final choice. The Confederate States, on their part, are to expressly stipulate that they will never at tempt to annex any portion of Mexico, Cuba, or Porto Kico, aud that they will contribute all in their power to resist the annexation of any portion of the British possessions in Amer ica, to the United Stutes,xas well as to aid in repelling any armed intervention of tlis said United States in Mexico adverse to the doc trine of the "Laiin race," or in the Spanish West India colonies. This is a brief state ment, in outline, of the project. Intelligent Knrope, as is alleged, if shocked Bt the wild locofoco, socialistic theories ot the Northern abolitionists, and tho utter demor alization of written public law by a usurping government, which is exclusively under the control of the Suuiners and the Chases, the Cheuvers and the Parkers. It is feared by all calm, observing men that seeds have been sown at Washington, which ii ihh apecuny uprooted, will produce a state win rcut injuriously ii nut ruinous t to tue i foreicn nonulation in tlm mm f,,m;nnaim iuiuud. uul man in limb nw m I ha ..,......... antagonistic to tha governments 0f the old world will be l ha medium, it is apprehended, hy which such a result is not unlikely to be ef fected. Of one thing von mav be assured' that it ! j do irom iovu ol the South that this strong al ' i liance will be formed with her, but from ex cessivo hatred ol the ioilli, and from a set tled determination to check her .'ueneial disor gsnizing tendencies. Some wi,y or some how it has got into the heads of all political circles that if the administration of Mr Lincoln should conquer the South, the nnrty which it reure- seats would Dot only undertake to rule all America by the sword, but that it would event ually consider the whole civilized world too contracted a sphere for the field of its ambi tious operations. If, there was anything in the councils at wasnington mat could bs dignified with the designation of even third or lourlh rate states manthip, it would at once pecasion a pause in the hostilities prosecuted against the South, propose terms of peace, and thus make the most of a virtue which is speedily to become a nocess ty. A sagacious President would aot hesitate a moment in employing all the moans at his disposal to forestall the European alliance while it is yet unperfected, by proposing terms to Jefferson Davis that he wou d not decline to accept. He would put an and to tha exist ing belligerence, while he may yet do so with out disgraceful humiliation. He would ac knowledge her independence in the sense in which it will be acknowledged by the alliance. He would say in the truthful consciousness of his heart: "Come, come, my old confreres, I have employed such forces by land and by water, and such other means as no belliger ents ever employed before, and never will perhaps employ again, to coerce you bock into the old Union. You have rosisted them wilh a constancy, a resolution and a daunt lessness which no belligerents ever displayed before, nor perhaps ever will display again. Let us shako hands and ho friends hencelorth and forever. There is room enough for us both in this hemisphere. Let us be sister re publics, in fact and in truth, and enter upon the high career of workiiu out for the benefit ol colemporaries, and ull future ages, the problem of man's capacity for rational govern ment each emulating the other in its benign progress for the attainment of this ennobling end" B This, you may be quite confident, is begin ning to be the sentiment of the more moder ate citizens of the United States sojourning in Western Kurupe mnny of whom until re cently were cardial supporters of the war. Unless a measure of this kind is adopted, and adopted promptly, mark my words, darker days nre awaiting tho Union than ever deve loped themselves to a nation in modern times. The people will become more and more divid ed against themselves upon such usurpations of po ver as the suspension of the writ of habeas corput and the enforcement of the conscription ; and the parly resisting will shield itself under any authoritv which mv be presented for the recovery of "a portion of us lust iiuenies. You may rely upon it, sir, that if you will employ your powerful influence in hnhalf nl such a policy you will take the initial step to win n,r yimrseii me glorious appellation of "Benefactor of your country." Millions of peus win ne rmpinyea tortnwrlh and millions ot voicos raised for the benign tiou. consurama- Reported European Coalition With Jeff. Davis. The New York Herald gives a prominent place and displayed head-lines to a letter, da ted at Lebanon on the 10th inst., which pur portsjto revealjthn programme of a European coalition with Jeffuavis. The writer says that plans for such a purpose have been maturing for several months, undertaken at the sugges tion of Leipold of Belgium, who, it will be re membered, ia thofather-in-law-orMaxamilian, the new Emperor of Moxieo. The correspon dence between the different European Powers, which began last May, was delayed by the Po lish trouble, but has lately been renewed. It is to this that Maximilian alluded in his speech to tho Mexican deputation when bs spoke of the guarrautees which ho should require for the integrity and independence of Mexico. The panics to the contract at first, if it shall be perl't cted, wilt be Rome (as the head of the head of the Latin Church,) Austria, Spain, France and Great liritian. Italy hesitates, hut there are inlluences at work, which, it is believed, will cause Victor Emanuel to yield his assent. It is understood that the Richmond Govern ment has indicated its readiness to enter into a treaty, offensive and defensive, with this em bryo alliance against the United States, upon the condition that the durable independence of the thirteen States which Jare represuted in tho Congress of the Confederacy shall bo guarrar.teed. The Confederate States, on their oart. arn to expressly stipulate that they will never at tempt to annex any portion of Mexico, Cuba or Porto Itico, and that thoy will contribute all in tueir power to resist the annexation of any portion of the British nosscaiions in Amri to the United States, as well as to aid in re siling any armed intervention of the said nited Slates iu Mexico adverse to the doe trine of the "Latin Race," or in the Spanish West India colonies. A Ccrious Tbkobt of thb Dusatiov r tiik Wab The Rev. John Gilbert, of Clay county, Kentucky, writes to a friend iu Frank- io t, giving a ctriotis theory with regard to the duration of the present war. In his letter he says: "During the revolutionary war corn bladet had seven points to them ; that is, the blade grew in such a manner as to have seven dis tinct points or ends corresponding with the sharp point of the blade, These seven points indicated the duration of the revolutionary war. Now there are but rir separate and distinct points to many of the blades, aud this indicates very clearly to my mind, that the duration of the present war will be three years the points of the blades representing years." An Important Dkcisiov. Colonel W. Uoff- man, Commissary Ueneral of prisoners, United States army has decided, in a case rectntlv submitted by Messrs. Joseph E. Devilt & Co , ul:i J-l. l.: ri:. . j . . 1 01 x iiiinuuipuiu, iiiinmry nna naval agents, that the allowance for the commutation of ra tions while a prisoner is entirely a bersoual one, aud cannot be claimed by heirs or rela tives, the decision is one thu effects the interests of many families of prisoners who may have died iu Libby or other prisons in rebldom. Atie YvMt Commercial Adver tiser, IHth. A Mkak Mas-. The Lafayette Courier says: "We know of a man in Lafayette oca of the stingiest men in existence who has f ot an idea into bis hsj that he will die be fore the 1st of Jauuary next, and is now en- S;aged ia wearing out all his good clothing or fear they will fit his wife's next husband. Paper Hangings, &C. CAHAUUO MA.UFAlURI.tO COlU'AXr, KANUKACTUR.Ha AND IlKALEM IK tfAPER ;IIANGIIIGS AND WINDOW SHADES. (07, Wast fourth street, Cincinnati.; OUH stnekof Pnper limine, flnrtnin Papers, anil Tnmspnrriil Wm.l.i t-nuii's is the i,ruirt owr ot1nrd U)weAt.T!i!iiiyt!n. In our r.uil dwmrUnenl we hsv, in sltlitii,n io our Im'Ke stock of I'lam aod Docorailv Faiiers, all Ilia BEST NOVELTIES THAT TUB -astern or K uro "can Markets Afford. The special intention of fhmilie Inlcmlma to om. menl their drswinx rooms, bomlolra, libraries, hull,, and dining roolnn in culled lo Ihehe lionitlilul Gomls, which we are ottering i low jiri'-es. Alt Kinds of si ore, snit other Shades, Made to Order. CAMARriO MANUFACTURING COMPANY, M Wesl Fourth street, Cincinnati, Ohio, n. M nnr.NRM4N. nul!t.ily Pensions. jl'stuh i, Mccarty, Attorney and Counselor at Law AND SOLICITOR FOR CLAIMS, WASHINGTON CITY, D. C., Will t-ive prompt attention to sppin-ations for ARKKAHS OK PAI, But UTIES, WNSIOft S, And all other Claim before the KxecutiTe Depart ment and in the Court or Claim. Ktr to: Honn. H. M. Hicts M. 8. Lnthnvr; M. H. Willriii.on, United BWtes Ktmlrrt: J. m Hlnik: K M Stanton, Heuretnry of War; Wi liain KoIIok, Sfhuylrr Colfax, I B. Kouke, MemhorH of CongruN; Colonel u. w. . win 1, 01 inatann, and others. The tinderMiKned den ire) to inform peruonn having dsmamis aKainxt tho Uovernmtm of th tinted titatcn that he it prepared to pronecule their rlaima with EromptneHnand on reasonable ternm His prartictl nowlfdne of all the drtiiiln of the military service or the Unitt-d Htatea, kivoh him Rrpul furilitiea lor the Hpeedy it'liUHtmeni and collection ot'evorvtinncr-mtinn of military oluima. ricwisiUNS. AH pervoni who entered the military nerviee after Mareh 1, 1 Mi I . and are diatthled hv wuml nr AUa are entitled to penaiona. WtdowH of soldier who are hilled, or die befo e or after their dinormrne, from wounda received, or dia e noutraet d while iu aervie, are entitled to pen- It no widow. then the children. under aivtMn va. of aige, are entitled to petiKionn. II no widow nnr ithildru, then the motlier,if wholly orin part dependent on deeenHed lor Hiioporl. If no mother, then the aiHierti of dweiineil, under aixten yearn of if wholly or in pari dependent on deaeaaed for aapport. All enhited men who nerve two years are entitled to Bounty. All whi nre dincharced. bv renann af wniimii re ceived in tattle, are entitled to bounty. HomuioN and arrearri of pay due tleoeaned aoldiera are paid as follow, first, to hi widow; aefond, if no muw, (ii ii in rniHiren, If he died unmarried: llr-nt. in fa f Lei- auinn.l ,l A father, to mother; Hunt, if no lather nor mother, then to Inn brothers and aihLer. Arrrara of inv coea to wHlir' JtTBTIH I. MiilAkTY JOH N II. 8T01PK,MA M. Kn.. Davton. Mnntimm. eryruunty.Uhio, ia my authorized iiNniM-iiitA. Amili. nations prepared and forurded by him, will receive Millinery. TO M1LLIXE11S & MEUlilA.MS. DEVOU4 CO., 83 4 85 PEARL BT., W HOI MALI Millinery Goods ClOAES AMD BHAWLR. Cincinnati, Fall, ISirt, WE are now prepared to oiler for your inup etion, a lame and eleimnt atm of iftiiien. mm-iet.. tuirt children's at raw, lur, pluwh and felt HATS AND BONNETS, RIBBONS, FL0WEIIH, FKATHKUS, . Laces, Head Dresses Beltings &c Including every description of M I L L 1 IV i; U V HOODS, Our faoilitiua tor manufacturing Cloaks,Sacques,Mantilas From all the new flibnoa, are such that we can mipply them lower than vou can set them alMu-i.r. itnr ntock of FA.LIL, SHAWLS Gompriswall the novelties in both foreign and domea- Our buyer heinn ronstantly In New York, we will offer all Goods in our line at lo went market iirim's lor Oatth. 'A call, before purchasing elsewhere, will remit to your aovauiAtju." Iteapootfullyi DKVOUAOO., Ml" 83 and 85 Pearl at rent, Cineiiinnti. Business Directory. OHIO STATE (JAZETTEEIl BUSINESS DIRECTORY l'Olt XSO.J ANU 1804, CONTAININtl name, of huiine.a men Ihronchoiit llieHlaleol Ohio, and nuinulala ehinpinK dlrtW tiona to every ton. city aud village In the stale of Ohio. Mubucrlptioa price ! fcu. Advertisementa taken at low rate.. A.ldrea. liawe. aedlield, liidl auapoll., or i. Mendinhall, Cincinnati. ukU,Uw 1 I Hotels. UNITED STATES HOTEL BEACH STRKET, BOSTON. (Directly opposite tfielioston and WonaoslorKollroart llbpol.) TH II underaiRned, who haa loen connected with the Aiuerieau iloiiHe, in this eily, u,r over tune year, lm Uui.ed thiawell aaown and popular lintel h,r a term ol yenra, and pleilgei linn ell to Ihb Irlrnds an I the puMle to uhb his utmost etlorl K ni-lin the rep. uiationof the 1IN1TKU H'I'A'I fc.H llo'l .! tirV class house The puhlio may rely upon hndiiiK, at line home, all the appliances and comforts ol a tir.t Class hotel. friee, as kerolofure, Two Dollars pir dar. oeSdom UANK M. PRATT. ' Hotels. City Notices. .oritK 10 ill MiiiM IT M AI idJl'KKV NOTICE is hereby given thatthf re am now pen tug before iheOity ( (..ii.ik.-iI of the tit) ol l-ayTob,th iullowitux ordinances, to-Hiti Tapava The adev tunning south from First itrea between lota 618 uud ft 16. In pirune to th law said Ordinanera were iwira read, laid on the table, wnd ihe Clerk I' KtriKtedtogive four weeks' notice ol the pendancy or the MJie. The Uw requi as all claims mr daniB"ea that mav accrue frum nsid improvement to be filed luwrt.rtg with the City I I rk, setting forth the amount ct fan, ig claimed, within two weeks altar (tie expiration d the time reu tied frr the puhhetilion ol nu ll notice, when the same will te Uken up tor hi 1 aciu.n. ' W'Uw AN't'llnNV HH'HVM fnv i n-k Clothing. Fall and Winter Clothing cxiOtiiino ooona. CLGTUIEKS AND TAILORS, NO. 04 TIIIKD BT, OI'POHlT TUB HKCIUil. 11UIL1)1;(.. HENKY HlEFl'.lt, hnvinx wiioeimnd with him iu tho Tailonuit Huniw- Mr. Pk'l'KK WKuKF.S Si'.lt, lor uuuut BIX YEA ltd (X8TOM-WOKK C'tJT Ifclt roll MKnsKd. HhKK Lh.ill.KH, i. new rmller praparcU lima vw lu Ihiia hi. ouklouiur. tuiii tit puiiliu. I'hov Imre hint received from N.w Y'ork luriio ml ' nleuUi(l to.ik of FALL AMD WMTKB CLOTHING GOODS, Which tliey will make up in the bent Hlyln, on .Imrt uotii'e. They have a complete anHortliieut, comiinn inn Moth, CiiKxitiiorti.uKi Ventinus. Their .tack ol HEADY-MADE CLOTHING Oannot bo excelled Anywhere, nmJ they invito an ex nnniitlon, m t I.-.I1...1 they enn pi, line the public. Tliey have oomplete .upply of louts' Furnishing Goods, Which will be found to be suited to the tastes ofthftlr !U3iouiera, BOYS' CLOTHING. GrnM pain, will be taken lo plenae Parent, and Hoy. in lite cut and mulling ol their clothing. Mr. WliUKK.ssmi attend pemoimlly to IhecuttiiiB riicir friend. In city anil country nre inviled u, cull. Reiiieniher the place Bo. 1U4 Third .troel, m nr J.,1 tenon. auludaw Later and Better News. FINKK db LEGLKIi Are now receiving their second purchase of FALL AIM) WIXTEIl GOODS, Compr!.ing all the new itylc. of SILK AND MAK8EILLK8 VEST1XG8, FAXCY AD PIiAI.Y CASSIMEKE8, BLACK AND COiOKED CLOTHS. mm bswm Hni.iiiifiiv wi w n rut rune WOOnS. WD alo keep the rtALLOU FkKNCH VUhK BUiKT. LARGEST STOCK READY-MADE CLOTHINQ In the city. Give u a oall and try u. .1119 Mo. 3U7 bftnd at. a l.e.'l.l'. It, Trunks, &c. SEW TEII5K MAXl'FACTOItY. Cl. H. LOWU, NO. 73 THIP.I) BTRKKT. DAYTON, OUR), ONK DOHH WEST or I.ADOW'H MAKHI.K YARIl. WK would mn8t reiipeplflilly Inform the citizen, of Dayton and the public in jtenatal Ihtit wn have opened a Trunk manufactory, where we will keep ou hand all kind, of Trunke, Vnlieee, C'nrpcl and Traveling Buck, nil of which we Mill aell lit hole aalo or retail an cheap an any hoime in the city. Particular attention paid to repairing old trunk.. A ehareof palionape aoliciteo. N .U. We alfo have two acre, of good laml in Miami rity whteh we will Hell cheau. .e(S.U( 8. P. THOMAS, MERCHANT TAILOR, SOUTH BAST OOltNKIl FOURTH A Nil WALNUT Oinoinnuti. t)hio, HAH jiud received a fine etnek of Plotha, Casn. InereH. tiHlmetl!.. Acalid ih iireni.ru.l in HII r. dera in his line at the lowefll ratea. oel,l;itn CLOTHING EMPORIUM WILLIAM WALKKU, . NO. 30 THIRD STKEET, DAYTON, OHIO, TS prepared to aneommodata his tiustoniera with I every article of jfentlt-men's wt-aniiK apnarol of tlie Inteitt lyle snd iH'st quality. Thoo alio wut eoatu, pantc, vesta, slurla, hosierjr, lianHkeri-hM;fM, VMIVCM, leTtur.F', 0HOa. BlippOrSt C. Hivu him a call. i will do well to au4 THE ENEMY SURRENDERED ! OU EAT BLAyOHTEH ! FALL A IV I) WIATEIi GOODS. 11 O T T it, KllOPPt No. 31)2. TMIItU 8TRKET, DAYTON, OHIO, HAVK made a lormidahle attackon High 1'rices, and c it them otf entirely. Notwith.tHtidinK the detireesed eondttion of the oouutiy, they are receiving llie largest .lock of CLOTHB, CAM.-1IMKHKS, VF.TINO, GENT'S KUitiUSHIKO GOODS, Of tke lale.t Blylea, and Fatterua, FANCY AND PLAIN H11IRT8, UOL1.AK8, UKAWKKS, MCCK-TIE3, Ao., Xvor before olfered io the puetic. Their aun-k of HEADY MA OKI CLOTUINU i. new and laahionable, aud are ollbred unu.ually luw KOli CASH. The public are InvitsJ to rati and enamlne, a. they have ajura ulca good., uud otter big inducement.. itujT KiiUi'l'. llltf Ku. Mi, Tlnid street. Linimentum. WOUTUV or tkt) MMCTLkMU CEMIUY. UK. K. COMWAV L 1 1ST I M T5 N" T TJ "M hot tha speedy and et1M'.tual cure ol IN irenentint tlie "Linimentum" to the puhlln t otmnf the lefkt and mont t'lirutive nieiilouins y the day, 1 do not witdi to la uuduiHtaod an t'luuiiiu . fur it the Mwer of perlormiUAt mduard of I'lirt-N, tit 'mm that for all the piirpuxeH of n KA.MIH INlMKXS r, it ha uo entual. Tlie "l.iiiuitf mum" haa TVevrr been Known to Tall. In any raae of Rheumatiftii, nn matier of how Ion HUndmg, where the direiUuOB Mere uurWiilly UJlcw ed, nor, induvd, 1n the cae ol any di.-eahe hr whK'h is recommended. In ctiMisHof neuralftia, pains In the back, ide, and client, crumps in the Mtomauh, t-prMiun, jInal irrda- on aud aeaicnoHH. clirwnic sortta, tmrnri, sct'lds, lro ti ed fftd and ltaudn. toothache, headiu-he, Ac.ua'tri like aohuini. The "Lmiinentiim" is tha result of many years pereYertni experiment, ami t'oiiiiuiiea umoiijtiis rar xiW'lleiicu'H thu pa.iuuouul virtue! of AN EXTKAOIUHNAUY PKNUTHATJ VK l'OWlOK, Which no other Liniment iesses.es, and a hich ii. tho secret of the unparalleled sikvwmh winch luvels the "liiinieiiliini" a herever It is used. TRY IT OMCK, AND YOU Wll.t, KKVKR 11J-3 ' W1THOIIT IT. . It is put np in Sf.cent, So cent, and 11 oniric., with filll directions for Use, and mueiifrteiun d only ly lir. M t'i'NWAV, l-ropnfl.it. No. KitThird St., Jiayiou. tihio JTor sole hy merobant. aud druiiuisui evervwhere. amsuawly " '