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HUUUAItU MHO., KdltoM.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, U4. Current News Items. Be fort lb ww, GBrl Qrol wa a real estate and tollccliug agent in 9t. Louis, the u i. n.. h n.nt " Tk. I....... u),;j " ),. K.kimnra cor- I ...pendent of ih.Ne. York World Ki. deal of trouble lo lb Black Republicans. Ue j (ho ablest eorresrH.udents attaehsd I to the press, aud bit statements areollsn very lo buf" patriotitu and ihoddj i Injralljr. Accordilf, lb Commercial b , el ou of ill ira.ued blackguard, npon him, with a view lo destroying hie character. We notice tl.at a family by tha nam of Barner, in Adams comity, l'a , lotl fia chil droo, from djptherie, between lb 2Htb of October aad Ilia 6 lb of November. Gen. Sbernaa, before ttartiug, 'uaued an order to bii toldlen, that they wrr to liieon tb country, but to deitroy uo property no leii they were moleeled by tb inhabitant, in which oaae they were to datate tb laud a tbey proceeded. Il U reported that Sherman ha captured Milledgeville with part of tbe Georgia L( iilatur. Great exciterueut preeail in Au. gunta. Tbe rumor it tbat Cbaee i to b Chief luetic. Tb celebrated Profeteor Banjaniia Silli mn, Sr., died in New Uuvhu a few day ago at the age of 84 year. The Rirhmond Enquirer proleaeee tobelie tbat the army cf Sherman will be deetroyed. The Kicbmoud paper are very eeer on Gov Hrowu, of Georgia, declaring tbat ba doe all he cau to impede tbe Confederal Government. Gold ia again down to 2 lSj. , Thanksgiving Days. We have jtut panned another day of noniiual thanksgiving totli Almighty, in oljvdieuce to the gtiggealion of the Pretideut of the United States. We think that a time for exercise of tin sort wa never o inaptly deiguutd. A dy of humilia tion and prayer would have been infinitely more appropriate. If the people, on bended kneoa, hud confeaaed their tin before heaven ; if they had prayed that their hearts might be puiged of the love of blood-spilling, the desire for vengeance, and the hint for inijuitou gain; if thoae who habitually bear falsn-witnesH agaiaat their neighbor ; thorn who iuuit trif and femU in couiin unities, uutil oar Ametican society, even in the adhering State, ia little better than Pandemonium had prayed for change of heart, and vowed on bended knee to amend their liven. wa could have aeen the pertineucy of tbe observance, aud welcomed it with hope of the most benigu result. Bat from the noisy, ostentatious affair ot yesterday, which refused to lecoguine tbe visible wrath of God, now pouied out on thi an. happy land, we have not the leant expecta tion of good. ' There were prayers in many charches. some no doubt from sincere hearts, but many merely from the lips of those who insulted Deity with their aserip tions. And aside from all this, there was intemperauce, and gluttony aud unwanted vice all over the land, in all the haunts of debauchery and excess. The day of final accounts will reveal whether yesterday's doings afforded a balauce of good or of evil. "According to a Turin correspondent, King Victor Emanuel ba become o unpopular a not to be able to rid aud drive about hi capital without a military guard." Ex. A deplorable condition of things, truly. What about AsHaaan Lihcolst, and Ait guard ? It is understood that is "not able to ride and drive about his capital without a military guard." Is it because of his unpopularity T Or because he desires to put on Kingly airs T Or is it from sheer cowardice ? e "Mr. VaUandigbam 'has returned to th law.1 Let him so order his life hereafter that the law will not return to him " Abtlilion Exchangt. Fudge I To let "the law return to him" i just what he opened a law office attain for. In any other tense of the phrase, the less abolitionists have to say about it, the better. Mr. ViLLiitDiamM "returned" also from exile of bis own accord mouths ago, because he always had tha law upon his side, and he is hero at home now. Do they comprehend that Wi it bttjd that Mri. Douglab U a warm Republican, and that her mother it an ardent friend of tha Bothern Con federacy. Both reiide in Washington City. Thb W-wLiuKtoa corrw-tpoudent of the tiittanreijil batb tint Biuonff Um old rati- UilfCMU IHM uong iue denU of WMbingtoo City, it u con-udor- d uitrk of mei origin plebeiBi traction to iupport tha Lmcola Admia istration. Speech of Gov. Fenton. .!.IlPerv.eiv born. out. when eieitemeut allayed, n.l when the ( end inc-ulea-isuueof lion of the two partiee shall ba written ou tli impartial g of history, and suli dainagiiiK uiittvd lo tha unbiaail judgment of lh wol,( lBa, Auwicau Republii!ajiirn will . . Dj;ulli. and aa al.lionent to the The Governor cUct of Ntw iork, mad sih a few eveninMa.ro to corawany. , , . .1 t v v u of er.naJer. m tua eonrw of which ho expressed the lwpathat tha people might "foTg.t that they War Republi.ana or TuJL,.i. V. Jo ant otiestto. Demoerata. Wa Jo ot q U all tbe mor sagacious Ol ID Kr,uDllosu leader would dm it a merciful oblivion : which ...... . ii ould obliterate this recollection the memory of man. They must -t- .t,. I..,:,U which ia now , when the fanaticism whi.h is now from now i - - . nioial tout of tnaukiuil, a ia now the Jacobiuiani of Fiauiw. It bigoted in tolerance, its ruthlosa proscriptions. Its wanton devastationa, its cold and remorse less cruelties, to say nothing of its de struction of tbe Constitution, aud its con tinent assassination of American liberty, wilt make it infamous unlit "the last syllable of recorded time." The Demo cracy have pleaded for conciliation, for peace, for the submission of fraternal quarrels to the calm discussion of states men, instead of tha hoirible arbitrament of haul. They have steadily protested against every aggression upon the rights aud liberties of the people. They have stood up alone, the sol defenders of the Constitution and laws. The precept of tli gospel of Christ, have found their ad herents aud advooatee almost exclusively iu the Democratic party. W do not wonder tbat a Republican desires to forget that he has been a Re publican. But Democrat propose to re member who have been the deadliest foes of their religion ,and the most successful as sailant of their liberties. They could not forget, if they would. They would not, if they conld. While the consuiousness that they have been tbe opponents ot these architects of ruin, these agents aud in strument of desolation, will be a proud romembranc while living, and will soothe their dying moments with the recollection of a life of endeavor, though it b fruit less, to ttausmit to their children the in heritance which they themselves bad re ceived from their fathers. 1 Igflf the following, from tbe Springfield (Maesaebusetls) Bepubtican, ia correct, ibe eonditiou of th women who work for Govern ment in thai Stat is iufiuitely worse tbau even th picture of diet res which fanaticism used to draw of th slaves in ths South. It says: now coNTaicToas oemn SIWINU WOUSK. Public attention is bsiug called to tb shamefully small wages bsiug paid by con tractors to th aswmg women tor Government work, l eu cant spies is the price paid tor naking haversacks, aud a smart woman van mak four in a long day; for pantaloons thsy pay sixteen usnts, and on Woman, by work ing from early mora till on o'clock at nigbl, made eigtit parr in a wees; bat by working iu this manner, seriously injured her eyesight One eonti actor get two dollaaa for (ingle (belter tents, aud pay forty-five tents for making IDera, usl on ball to pries former ly paid lor making tbsm. Heavy overcoats are mad for forty ceuts apiece, with ten cents extra for soaking twenty five batton kolss, Svs hours' steady work at two esots an hour.-r- lbe old price lor making cb coat wa igbty cents: but, at double the cost for living, the uiaaufac ariug price is reduced oh half, compelling th woman to do four times tb work for the saui amouut of wood or lual, Small chance of aalvatian for fellows who grind their sewiug women in this way Ts Votx roa Pbiliokst is Ohio. Forty two of th eighty svo souutie. in Ohio, or nearly on half of them, git McCiellan handsom majoritie on tb horn vol. He is beats, ia th Stat 21,1bi vote; exclusive of tbe soldier. On year ago, Brough had 61,000 majority on tb bom vote. Th would iudicat that th party who alecud Brouya wa in a rapidly decliuiug stats iu Ohio Speech of Gov. Fenton. Rescue of a Boy from a Wreck, after being sixteen Days Without Food or Water. fit - Capt Bebinson. of tha bark Lazou, who arrived at tbia port to day from Sbaoghai.Cbi na, (May 8,) report.: Oct 21st. lat. 3,0t, lou(r. 60,64, 10 A, M , disoovered otaelning Boatiag on our port bow; bora down npon it, and found it to be the ball of a vessel, waterlogged, tbe sea making a clean breach over Ui cent a boat la tha wreak, wbich returned 11 A. m , bringing with them a boy in a very weak state, and not able .to 1 proper rastorativs wars applied, and on th 22d tb boy beg, to show systems of A few questions Wing pat to him in regard to the vessel, w larnd that, sb waa th French ship Flem Ds Bois, of Bordeaux, it appears that the ill fated vessel left Martini- que September 27th, and on th. Wb of Oolo- Kss in hnrlnene from Watet-aneLherAMt the muti, lor-hd-ft houiei, oo which wer ihg oapuiw, boUwit 2T pMenfrr, t M(,mav bd( ike owner of lh TWtsel, leaTing the mL ' B1 Ti w rennvined bf the bull, weutofer- I bord" The mete died prettotti to the boy'g Ui icked up bin(. bn om ltM wrt,k 16 dayabMl or ( Th mrU. fca4 bi g broken, and died for went of food. 1 1 he acnount given by tbe boy of their tsffer- tag itmost mlncboly. , , , . , . . The Devastation of War. [Richmond Correspondence Mobile Register.] [Richmond Correspondence Mobile Register.] RICHMOND, October 27, 1864. I .nd lo p!,n ih. cu. of th. nnn beard .;Bv('eh b wiU do much mor.w thUi7. w !. ol.) . w j . ,W reader. .,, accoanl of ;P I I i ' . Leaving Vonr adrnirBt.le corrtMi.jndi lit 'A.' alCUM u ,UI..,on. hareahont.. . ,l ""7 fer a chatiK km uiua ririi r, .. , , ,. , ! The evideuc of the uemi vudalmui be- ago f ., . r ... , , , "'' rouV "''mo.i.l, and , T'l" V'7 " lP n'i 'V Jv!ui,, to",rd I beRappabnnock. lh. burned depot, and bridge, reminded uj. very much ol the scene between Macon and the Oconee Uiver jnt al- tur lb hberiiiau raid, lint Ibe ruimtaiit uc- o rill. -pita aud redoubt thrown up for canuoii, luld a very ilillereut Hlory of llm .truggli.,i Virginni, a. compared will, that in t Georgia A matter ot ur.r,te to tbe ' pasMerwa, most of them who l.v. been over i Ih.road.soio.peak.albousuud times, was the irre.t b.ifhl and bv no means ir.com.ider. able lencthnf lh Noith Anna brirle. -hip..1 had been buraed by the enemy lor tho third or fourth time, aad I still u.Uuisbe.l f asaing over the top of a bridge inside the cars isous thing, sua crossing the stream on loot over a plunk trestle is auolber What. surprised me as much as ibe uhasiu bridge nt. the North Anna, was the cheeifultiess ot the people w ruet at tbe blackened ruins ol lb.- depots, and th uneoiiscioutness of the wnr displayed by th passengers, alio nut in I be cusbioued seats reading iiewsiupsrs, aud atiag grapes, and peaches as eaily and con tented as though war never existed YYheu vnu vat to Hamilton's Ornsihr. the desolation of war breaks upon you A few trees remained opou the bills near the site '' the depot, but there is not a fence nor an in habited house nil the way lo I-'rc.l- r icksl.u rr . A few cult I. may be seen yrnz.ni; tin the rich . l..:. . .-i ; l. . - . i . , ' plains, which bear no crops now but crops nt : I.,..,....., ii.. i.i ,i i ..HO..U f Kr.leri...bur.r. .!. ...,..,l,e ' aud hire i poor old man lo attend them whilo prazoitf. llieie are no bands at work in th a. 0 ee fae.is, no irns of animated lile uliout he deseited bouses. 1 he diowsy crow of the cock, tbe neighing of bo. a, the .-hwiiiff ol' crows, aud tbe lnitliler of children in llo yard, and the 'wo-haw" of the plow driver, are no more behrd in this bhtstcd region. Aii is still as dentil tor miles and miles, under lh sw.et autumnal uu. Fredericksburg itself is torn un by a hurri cane. Mucti ol it bas beet burned, anil Hie tall chimneys standing all ulomi tell a wolul tale ol runt. i , .c i i rart ol the lown is deslroyed i , ii. ,r . . ,i .ii by tires caused by shells, and i.art by the torcli applisd by Yankee hands. All the lower iin.l the upper poition of tbe town have been no (battered as tobe uninhabitable; the stores huve been gntled of their shelving and counters to make dry places for the countlers lliou.uuds of Yaukees wouuded at the. Wilderness and Spottsylvama to ,11 on. The churches lmv beeu repeatedly (.truck, and so have moit of the private dwellings 1 counted twenty or thirty holes iu the line mansion of UoiiijUs Gordon, which was nearly pomiilote before tha war hroke out. A shell .. .. i n .i u i .. . .. i- unu iiusneu "juiu- which I stayed, and one bad exploded in the ......... ...1. .u.. n :.. I ..I..... ....... U..UI. ... .Uu, ... . 'ep' . Lnokn.ff out of mv l,e..m...f. ..i.Hi.w I bi,ut ..u.i.ik .'u ... tieu-rrjuii. w.i.uow I pair : . . . . .. . ' naked cbiuiueys and lesrricu uoines in every i direction. . i Ot course, 1 weut to Mar ye s II ill. unit saw tbe famous stone fence, which served as a rampart lor our uieu. 1 walkeil over the wide fields which the enemy bud lo pnss before tbey got within range of our deadly rilles, and Stood under the tree which Cobb leaned agaiust when he was killed. Thin tree is just behiud the house of a Mr. Stephensi small frame building which must have at least a thousand bullet-holes ihroutb and through it. Mr. Stephens snowed me whvre Yankee after Yankee was buried iu bis garden, as ninny as twenty in some places He also pointed to ths ditch in which about a thousand of Burnside's crew were, piled uud packed lil.e dsad mackerel in a barrel. Many, ninny oth er gardeus and yards contain dead Yankees by tbe score. . , i i , : i. -:. i , 1 he stone fence is at the bottom of a hill. and on that bill i tbe fin. old hooieslead Ot the Maryes, uow gone lo wreck, wiih count less apertures made by shot and shell, and open to all the wiads that blow. Ah I it was a sad thing to tread I he deserted halls mid chambers of tha old house, und bear only the school your owu footsteps. Not even a rat queak'S benind tue wainscotL 1 he sileuca is j r. k.K SliTX:, XLZriMt' -.. u i . .i -ii i , i i bill lops art heavy sarth works for artillery' nil r. Jur T. M" -Vwfc i i ? ""V'S"""' work had ust commenced when he reached ! ,..,vu. '' "' ollow up lb. repulse whv did he not shell , J"; " w ' i . . ra,'l!..'-fJ.r!d0r.,ck'hur' wh0 bJ r"1"? ' Tf m r1 Rruu Lee might do this. .... .uc. victory woulukav been won Uh I bucIi u victory Too late, loo late now to think of it. 1 weut over mto nlatlord county, oouoiile i Fredericksburg, aud there is a wide, wild ! scene of devastation .either fences nor trees' lor leagues on leagues, houses deserted aud burned, and lo many road lo the enormous which was burned out of spile, by Stoneumn, j beeauae bis brother officers objected to bis us- lug it a his private quarters What a pic-1 camps of Hooker, which extended nineteen square miles, tbat lb. oldest iuhabitaut am ia danger of losing themselves iu their native sonuty. Tbe Lacy House is a baronial pile iu tb extern, of its buildiu(s, aud the terraced I grounds and gardens are in keening. Huiu i reigns there also. The walls of the large old fashioned rooms, and even th. pillars of the porcl.es, are scrawled und bescriut.lcd with obscure Yankee names and obscene Yanku phrases aud picture. ;. farther hack, on a higher ratine of bills, coinii.nudiiiK the wh.ile couutry, are tha walls of Ibe 1 lulliiis (louse. bight on which thi. house stands I Mu-ang to tell, StaBbrd county, nnlnrally sterile and sparsely peopled, is now richer and mors thickly settled Uiuu it bus hucn since the colonial days, it i. a debatable land in wbiel. nilhM llnnlifsMaU nn Yati.Ls iilsa u ua. kouwledged, gnd it ia fiilei) with (ieafrlem, who hut a ruwo rich by iruthuriiiir am! Helling the iununM duhri (' Houkir'a unuini to Wwhinifton or to Rfcbtuond purcbarieri. ua bapptiuod lo be tbe tucmt nonveniRui fur these fevf.HNg p-ople care Utile for eitbr eido. Hooker', inedible ralice have not yet hee. bII t-etbered So; fqr I eaw at FrednrickaburK Bod at Haniittou ' Crowiun treat pilee of old roo aod fragneotaof tenu,hlauketeandoer- ; , hf ouU which were just rfady lo be wot to Kichmond A number ot rttfti ?. ha rfliiTted lo 1 Krn lricNbir, liiih c ntuiiit not? about ui , or i itfht tuinurfl souls, principally women Ullfd ol ,h, Vallk4 quMchletlli' xbmr flllh in lh, C,0M ,n(1 th.erfuli.. i worthy of sll praise a-.d universal imiiaiion. When m,r la.i.all lor men .. made, e mk or ,0 K l.-rederU-kf.burff sent down one vol- untei-r sixtf Teari oM( aud aiiulbfr ol aeveu- tepn; and whilo I i there half a dosen boys ...:, i..:..-...i ii iiurvuur tAiiieii were com uihiiiihm uvvbmi (Jen,rH Ke, .,, lel ,0l,,nteer in the old r'rHer.,-krbnr compame. and join m . nll, :..",, . ', ,Jlhm A Female Government Swindler. rr. . , , , , . . ,, , I'-oit bus lately been visited by a cliiir.e inidcll '"r o( !"' ,A vum"n w fa",e,l con -pu uomly some mouths aKo hi "l" WM M' . ' being associated "lh novernment 0H1.1.1I who had swindled hn uncle ShidiiM of a lrr;e sum of money, and wan afterwards invited to sojourn for a Keries ol yeurs in a stalo institution in New Yolk, llii wiih ii no loss persuing than a captain in the army. At tho time of hi ar rest he was jctim; iu the. qepacUy of provost innrxlial of lijlumure This lemale at the time wits bis ''nearest friend " He could not resist the tftnptnlijii to appropriate nuch sums of money as were r.'iuir d to support himself in style, and llieiel.,re confiscated what he de sired, wiih arrested and convicted. His "Ir'ieud exhibited peculiar acutenrss in that qualifica tion which is Huppoiiud does not always be long in ilioae addicted to pilfering secreting. She lok possession of the large sum he had defruu'li'd the government of, mid wua so sue-ce.H-.fu! in its concealment thtit nolbiug has since b!i-n hcinl of il. Not being directly im i.liciilud, tdie wns tint molested, and while her lover lei. ror r s i rime ill ine expense or tne . , , luunicipuliiy of the slute of New l ork, she "'lllv penelmut for travel. She visit ed neverai n.iiten ill the wont uud norlbwea finally arrivin; in this citv, wheie hlie remaiu el u ti-sr week-., Hllnictin some altentio frrim h.-r .-xtriiv;.;.t.ut uiplev o I silks, laces and jr-weln, and her ruccchh in gulling certuiu people ot "weHlth uml r. spectal.iiity.' Her history has coutiiderulile of romance ciinect e I with it Shortly utter the incarceration of her lover, end bclore she begun her lour, ibis Woman went to Washington and presented h n-ell heforo the nuc, it A I r ihiini.l.es.ei liing tiini In irilerlere b -tween her friend and jus tiue. She told n good story, mid an our n .. r . I . . i . . . ...1 pree.oeni is lonii oi nior.es ne was inoveo tso , , . , .... . l',e slory i!0.-s) mid pardoned the captain, mid th'.. lov-ly plei.der retired a buppy womun, p.iHsessiu his releas.., to meet with reverse helore eho hud fuirly reti.-hcd h'.H pla. a of im prison. nent. While leaving the White House she wnn in.it by one of liar Baltimore acquaintan ces who recognized her. He became aware of her errand to the President and its results Prompted by some motive, either love for jus lice or something cite, ho informed the sigu rr nl tbe purilou of some events in her previ ous history. The purdou w.is recalled. When ihe lady reached the institution in which the ,:...... . ..... . , en ii;in. wufi .:.... nei. sue t.in.-uveru.l tusi l.er ell, iris were ol no account. "Broken hearted,' but not without consolation, in possessing a C(lhidc,ttble sum of money, aha left lo seek , r , . , ,. t re i.f in chiini'o ot scene, mid nourished in ,i , . " ... ,:M i ... li.i. I.,, y .... nMiuiiN.-n.iJn, ....i,...Tr .c acter became known, wlien sue lell lor some other locality, probably to run tbe same brill iant, and it is in h.i hoped bnel, career. ""land mourn when she is gone. A reasoua- Ua attachment to dumb brute, is commend- The I.tKiit.ADY an'i ii m Hon A Pmrui. Si'tt T4 i.k A short lime ago wo mentioned the tact that a lady who had kept a titshion abie boardini: house in the city had been re duced lo penury and waut by her icraieleiice in keepiuir a vicious mangy dog about her lninse. The animal whs so repulsivo that all the boarders left, and the iHily and her hus band were reduced to extreme penury. On Friday last this smiie lady Mrs. l.iv eruiore was I. .und lmur in an alley be tween Sixth mi .1 Seventh and Piue and Ol ive streets, sick and pnil'iully dnrantred, wiih the miserable remnants of her worldly effects scattered tiroand her, and the inavitublo dog crouched near her, shivering iu the cold air. The prediction ot her former boarder bad beeu literally verified, and she was now cast Uton the c-r.l.l ground, without a roof lo shelter her, or a crust of bread to nlleviute her hunger. But, true to her former declaration, she held ou to her dog, nnd would din rather than to partwilb It. It became the duty of tho city to take car. r. ..pj urf proceeiled to the alley lo have Mrs. Liver- more removed to the workhouse. Ou see ing tbo officer sh. ran to her dog, seised h'.ii in her arms, kissed him like a chili I Sb. was quite sick, nnd llm probability1 is thll, nB $M ,)llt . ',eW mor ua t0 f. hut her dorr is with her, nl,d i8 the only frlen,, Mla WRl(:n h 'hy b(,r bfJ able, but when carried to excess it mav oro- Ju.H ,, ,.,:. ... exemnlilied Jtfiiwci-ai. wholly iiuulilo lo risj. Persons passing en speak; 'deavored to pet liiiu on his feet, but it was (,mm impracticable. To everything that waa A Abolition special from VWbinelou, says it is rumored in town that li.niurnl Mead i is to be superseded hy den. Thomas, removed ou account of his "I'm lure" ou the '27th. This is tho first time we huve known;irom Abolition ources cf any failure on or aliout tb. 27th. They were nil brilliant successes previous to the election. It is highly probable tbat Gen. Meade wr.t not as active a purtisnu of Mr Lincoln as he slinuld have huun iu order to retain his position. Excessive Thanksgiving. Last ninld, on Fifth street, n rutin who hud been observ ing Thanksgiving during the day by excessive potations, fell down ou the side-walk, and was '" 1,6 hut n,", r"Ponu. " M w"s ln" "'' lulerrognUou, "Whr s Johuny l..vy 7" Another, early in I lie day, fell down on Mai ret ,, h h(, afll,rwiltj, iB,a hi, ' r " pt ppciidiouliir anJ ilueHrriil oif. A'iTAtJUMKNT. J:imeu Ui'-ky HH't. ppionMt JuiTivM i'Hrk,Lft. ll'-fore Jrdm H. Stnppelman, j-.l. Y. ol iiylju 'Jownahiu. ) Moiit County, Ohio. ON the lldayof NoviMnlmr, A. U. lit -4, naiijuati! iwwiio'i an orh-r of AiU'hiueat in tlie ahv Bs tifin lor lh Minn of thin lluii'irrii nJ Kurtv-iwo OollarH. Oaiitte aot Tur hearing le-tiiibr SJ, lHdj, at 'ioVli.b P M JAUKeKlOUKV, W. H, BiLLTiu-a, AU'y. U0Tl7-unwaw i 1UI i -' Legal. BRICK HOUSE AND LOT AT MASTER COMMISSIONER 8 ALE. JoWh r.tnnm, Hmtlff 0 No. Mil frifiit M oiitomry County O.o. H. Jftiri, t. al. 0f'u.) unor 0urt. IJCHIUN T fo an or tr th niior Court or Mumfcfoiutjr Oounly, Uhlv. nivi in th rhovt utltltMlcunfi to m dirTtx1, 1 will 'fVrt.t Puhlio Ait'tioit kt ik Jtor of tho Court Hyui in tho city of 'tun in tho Couaty anU Hut alor- on , ftATUKDAV, Decmbr 10th, 1864, hfltwoon th hour of on at d four oVIoolt P. af. o aid day th Inflowing itrrilHl ral -lata, to-wit : BiliiHt id Miami O ty, Mootgotnory County, Ohio, and iien!riliI aa follow: Lot Nutnhrii 1'rDly th', in Bartw-u'a lat of Miami City, In Harn arm towuthlp, in ai.it! Couuty and htal and tlraoriiw-d ia lh Kororda of aatd county, bmig nart of Hotuio N. Tlni two, (Si) aud trw uonal a-t.on Tuirty thr, (Mj Tow two, (4) and Hang an f) Ha id nrnr'y hn hu rpraiaod at 2Wnd not ill for lea ihaa-il aaid atuMint. W. H. BKIiVILl.R, Maater Oommiali.rMoDfjonir7 uper.rCt)UTi. N. . JoaoiN, AU'y. noYtwlia For Sale. FIR HALE-TWO fXOD FARMS (ha codUID InK his wry of choifto f-rmiuhj land, 4 mile it I of Uibfeu-m, Chauiiaiu Oounty.Obio, on in pia It'Hdiog lo .(vhii!trK. Tho farm it id go'td o dition, and iu a h4fki auai of ulU vaiion. 'In dtfl ling in Knd two-atory hrn'k, niu rooroa, bank Irnrn, foiniorutd ttuiant builiiittf, two ort-harda and a uavar-hailiug at ream of atoclc water. Th eihei lann oontaiua twtKi auiaa ofehklaad iu th a in tallay, ou mil trom th form r ; it in ahiktbatato oultiva'ion, haa rriatiHDt ruoninu Monk WRUr. ooHifortthl wrodno liutMinifH, orchanf. tld. KorpaitcuUrfttIdraaUljtlUUK W. BaHNKiT, audMAM VftX HA KN K IT, Ja , lTrlna. who ridou lh-farina, or MAUUKL BAHNKTf ,bprnignld, Ohio. UOVI uvw A FARM FOR SALE. HiH 1 VILK rUOX DAT TON. rilHK atihaenbar will all hi Farm within half a unl f lh r1ty ot 1mvU. and adioioitm atiimi City and uroMBi'aatlo, on ia)iMriiiantown Pib. Tbt (arm i 'out ait 47 hot, id or or Ittaa, and ia Ui twai (rollout laud. Kor fuNhar lnibrmation oall on ihw vuhMTiitar, oa Ita pruiiac. 4'U WH UAPIKIj BHtri B.1, SPLENDID FARM OP RHU BOTTOM AND nKAVt WOODUND AT PRIVATE SALE. I will awl) o rwaonabl tarm. th whol or part of lh farm, latly ownd by lh heir ol Johu Movr. lime 'd. aitualu liWl tnilua uorth of l4trmaiifoii and 4' milea wt of Miainivburg.'with th rol IhU- inj trout MiMintaiairg lo iarmTiii on itn uorth line an.litip road .Hading from tlermantowu to Halom on ltt -unt hoej. Il contain ! acra of land, of which uo Bra ia hnvy, uiumiIIx umtwr, and all lit ballHiw-r uml tur ciilliTatiou, with good fenoaa A. A great part of th land ia b'ai'k aoiT, aitttahle for ooru, toimoco, at., and th hailaiH-a good wliMt land. Th iutproTo nirata nr a good two atory fratn dwlhng hnua, gool larg barn, lohaoRo ahd, two walla, an orchard, auifar camp, Ac. Adioiniug th laud ar Church, Ht'hool Houh' aud Country 8 lor. 1 will ail th whol, or oul off and a-ll 100 arra, with th iiiiproruint,or 1 will wll to aTtt, or I ot th wood land, jual aa th piin hirH'r may dHirn. Kor tr ma and further parlH ulara outuir ol Lwia H ihiui'knl, AiUruy,tiraylon. or if mt anJrmau town. U HNHT . tiUNChkl,. aoTl H(dAw Examination. Teachers Examination. fpHK'ru'hraof Montxoanry county, r hrty X notiliml ItiAith rgular KxaminaUon tor Jrfit) eata, will take plac on th aSar-oiMf kkttmduy of tick: moaihi oiniiin'g with th month of NoTintmr, Hi. 1'unng lh mouth of Autfual. bpumber, (k-tolmr Februaiy. March and April, an additional Kiainiiiatio will oa held on th lnrt ttalurday. Th lollo mg ar lh branch riuud by law PannmHaithip, Orthography, Hading, ArithmtR, t-Migr)my, English tJruinmar. and lh Theory and Pravi M.-aj of Twnxihin 'th BzaiiiinMiioL will l rHh Ornt and Written. Any Tatdir la.lmv to auav er al init lifly per cent of th (uatiooa iu ay aludy will uat reoiT a erllfk-ate, veu ol Ui loweat grade. Apphnut will b regutred t fxrutith aatishwiorr tHtnnonula f good moral ohaiaiftwr, wilfco. whirn no cerlllh.Mil eau b legally granled. Th Kiainiua tins will t held at UicCeutral Higu Ki-hool bui'diuw, Iiy(u. CumineaiMUg at o 'flock A Al. prwnol." V order of the Board of Ksaniineia. J. W. 1IAI.U Ckrk. Datiom, BofNBB'r ltd, 1M4. UOVsi dtiw4t SHERIFF'S KALE. Joseph Fat (era, Meal Sep. Cosrl. iu fan.tiou. Peter rur, t. i. . IN pii'Muano of an order of aaJ lo me dirtwled, ihiiiettoutof the Superior Uourt ol Mvntouierv County, Ohio in the abave litle.l pv-ouetr.hnij -1 will oii-r at puUic sUe to th higheat btddtr, al the lotroi the Court 1Iouniu Uaytn, alio clotilc P. al. ou SATURDAY", December 24tb. 18C4, the lo1liiwiDKlacriei1 real tale, via: 11, I'Hitol lh wat half of aeuiiou A, town 6, raug 6HHt, Ac. Heifiuuiofr. at th I. W. corner of aanJ aection V and ruuuiuw K. 6" N. ltu pole to the aectiou aialte ou aaid Iidh : them- N. 6 W . 4 pule.- to aaiaice iu lh V, aeutinn hue : theuc W. A" M. luu pole lo a alake theiH-e N. ft" W. 4tl pules to a Blah : thauo W. U. to pulea to alake i u Uie ei:tlo hue: theuve B. 5 K. KKJ jrt)li lo the plac'uf bfj(inulug coulainuiKaavaaTir auava uiore or te-a, with th prifileii of liv rod ftUatr tn th N. hi- oornr of eectiou t, town 6, raupe 6, tor th purpoeeof oouveying th water fiom bamuel rollfartha apnug brauh, euywher through th alrove tleiMT.IieU preiniwe cseeptiug hiwevr( a, pie1 of aaid TO acre lrat conveyed hy beinuel Fei ifii' to Johu Hwk, February Itfth, IwkV, a;H.'ritd in IIIH UetM M lOllOWM ; H;!inning m the center of th Dayion aud Ooviug. tou Turopike ruad oppoait the jh-Uiu wiih the I'h llipMtxrg (like : tht-uue uorth with the center of ail l. A 0. pik twenty fv : emat eihi aud one half ioUh, ithihe diriion In ol Martin Hheeiaaud a."inuel Kt-tvers to a atake : theuue north lour and tue hall rodn to a flake u the brau4i : them' nh tee nieHiideri ol said trf-nuch with eight aud uu half rod ttt the ce uler ut th Il IU Tiuupik : lhet.-e aouili with the neuter of eaid 'l urnpik rued, lour aud oue half rod to the p'asve of i etiiuuiug ; foutaiuitia niueiy n. inure rotla of land more or leaa baid aettruty acre tract to l sold moreover auhiei't to A leer ou ahare r-iiilo Jeremiah McNelly lor th term ol three )ear Iron. March VO, IK04. i i. 'I'lie riillotviiiK preniia deannbed In a deed daled July, a Ivibgautl being in Allan oouu.y, Ohio, mtw lying aud beiug in AugTiave coenty Ohio, to wit: the aouih eaal ifuarter of th north went timrUr of Htvtion twenty lour, town sis, kx.iith of riuiK aeven, coutaiuing roBTT AL'eaa more or lew. Haid seveiily a-re trai'l ia app aiMwl t eight doll ira pr acre and uiy aell for M jer e. re Kaid forty a-r trit-t ia apprafeU at ten dollars per -reeud in ay afll for eti.AI pr acre. 'I'eriiirtof eale ce'. and the batanii in equal pay meuu) ol oue aud iwoyoarn, Het'orsd I y inoilgNge ou the preiiuxea, tiKU. W'UltlAM AN, HhenO. Trie. F. THBBSHBa, Att'y. bovIT wow PETITION FOR PARTITION, Superior Court Moataomery Couuty, Ohio, Emanuel Macner vs Uauiel MaH'her, Mary O. Mtwber, Harah a, Mewher, Auibrooe J, lsacher. aud Maria J MKlitr. 1 vANllfl, MAbHKH, of th fitat of Mii'liiaau. XJ Mery O. Mubr, laarah K. Miwhr, Amb"o J. Macheraskd Maria l. M.thr, of th Comity or Montgomery, Ohiu, will take not ue that a peiiliou wa tiled against ll 1111 on Hie ttfth dav of Noven.lr, A. O. Isr4, iu th au pen or Court wiiiiin aud for lit )'uuly of Moutgekiuery, Ohio, by K.utauuel tawuher, aud ia uow pending, wherem said Kiua4iel atacl r demauda partittou of th lollowing deacrilatd real ealat. to wit: "Hituale iu the Uouuiy of Moulaomery In tli state of Ohio aud in th town of Chauibe rbui:, heiuK lota numbered Kleveu (II) aud Twelv (Ik) on th plat of the aaid tow of Chaniberaburg," aud that at tbe oart term of said uurt, th at id Kmnul Mtu her will auply (or an ordar that partiUou may b made of said preiuiaes. iatd thia Fifth cay uf November, A. D. lafri. KMANUKL MAUHKK. ttso, VV. Kaviauuaa, AU'y. aov7-w8w Medical "1UKKH Cnuiha Cold. 8or Threat, Aailmia. ma J Conritmpuon. It ia onlr ncraaary lor Mif (AO riDbid wiih thea nomplaioia to try ou bottle ot iirickUtndi MelHfluout Cwgk Balsam j lo confine lhm that It ta tb ba nrparaHn r I Hd. U not only cura t)i alsor aflouttooa of ttt '1'hroat aud Lur-vi, tut It ooraa Ntbt w'aia Mid , Hpitinif of Hlood, and ia an riillut parole far any hiud ot rtor 1 hroat. It ia filfiaul to tc,ndf ani ru(dkm tor lofint. Prui u Citti uor tiottl. : foraaivt by JruK.nir't Kitorly. mta IlVKBYBOfiY la bttlug cured ot tkia diatraiflg j di-ari by th uae of Or. Strickland t I'ilt Ktmedy. Rtrvrl what thoae aay who Lav uat d it; Mr. Charlf W. LHiid.an,ot Isuuiavili, ad Mr. f P lln&ardfo.ty'.iioiiinaii.i' , both Hfreuuit-d aitr oing ue pol ol lr HI i it klhod'x 1'it Km i dy. They aay they Unm tnd Tiythink but ft uld obi aw no jcliei, but one 1'otot Htm lilmidr ftiinftdy t-tierUd a prf4t our after aunVrni, tor many yara nub tth woralkmd of Till. ' u f tpnoniBteBii vi-jr i n who ia autfsrmgto tiy it. Aak for Dr. Strickland' Pile Remedy. Sold by all druggiaut, c eta a pot. Mauiitaotarrd at Ho. a Uitftt Fourth al.Cint innaii, O. m!4 ; AND F Tu 17 X . Strickland t Anti-Cholera Mixture. IH a 'onip.uon or Ht.iueenls, al.oil,ejitr, tuu;H Ihij.i. HUd eHrll.,alve, ah.el. . ve. y ( h)wie..i. a. . kn.mlnlKea is lh. Duly preeaiaumi Hist Hill eil.el u iw-rnianent e.irenl luarrhes suU Iseler. This Autl Ct.olera Mixture is now Id u.e in suimv of ui army huspluls where It gives the irreslrti ssiitls. or u. 11 ha. jsve.l Hie lives ill IIioumuuIs of our sel.liera sr,J etlllel.s, anil .III yuanoilea il lo he tha Is al n mr ljr m ".e world for Iliarrheaatnl l;ysei,leiy. Mr Vnuit.ol I'ov.uxt.i.., Mv.. will Iw most l ap. v lo s.t.sly any one as toll., virtue ol St. .. klau.i's aVu Cholera Mixture; iu Ihm e have a .rest nuiiit i ri l tentiii..in.ls Irons paiiehlt who have len .'in. .1 ulii . beiUKprnoounieii iu urahle hv 0 fir hyn, lnu, n n e alter Ukllig only one lotltenl HH-ieslslurs Al.ll-CI.ol-er.Mlatu.e. lr vousurtei wnti ln.rili.H md -iseu tery t.y one holtle y,), imiofi:kkou uu s ONLY OICNUINK HAIR RESTORER! UrHKAHKH OK TilK HJA 1 , I rilH K ekill or IhcUifcilk'Hl faculty hi trealliii dirr-Maei X ol the acidp bus, m a uiajomy of ikf.fi, Uti I el lied by ihlH, tha uioai pft-uI'Mi iiii--B(- ol lh. ..lana Irmue. It ia not lo be wmdr-reu al, ii r iuir- kitki aiudy, deep r search and a i-aif lol ruuatiitatiou ol the caiinpa which pioduce the difcaae. lib.ea lb eauxtt m diMtuvered.it i nn uiier iuipoMiUlny to orad vHie the diaeur-e aud enYnl w pi-i injieut tutu. niaeaaeH ol the 'alp have teen prououui-t-d inuirabl hy aome of tb moatemineul phveioiMiii. 1 have de voted V AC AHH Of? STIIDY Ty thi peculiar part of tit human train, and J au aaliitied that I puaaeaa 1'IIR ONLY KKMKDY Ho tar as known, thai wnnid parmam iitly erMdii-at M.uee ioalhaoiue diieaHea ul Ibe tH.jp t. v., BAI.T RIJKUM, hCAMt UKA1, And other ciiiaueoiis dieHheatHud rurtoru t ty alio a who hev become held. To li.akti good the BHarrtiou, J v. HI forfeit FIVE HUNDRED DOLL Aliii If I fail to cure t!;e wo rut canes ol dueaued criiia 1 the loDKi-rJt Mlaudiii; Hilh the oac.v oknt mu hair Kn.Tonitii. Head the Mneiur JT ALU Ah T, NW YOB. Paur. litllLNN- 'luo yini?HKo uiy m-lp hr.Mii. diaceaed.aiid my hmr ci.niiiu'iit d toh.ll out r hhi, Tae diarune hpicuH until iny mi K p wiih one ii'ii'ii lela ore. II bccaoie v ry piniiiuli my I cut ui mli mm broken; (he but liniti ttiul ilcluii r-t iiHHtlnn wat uiskiip. poriablti; J wonlf i.i ply inui.tij u.ur temeoy, but only luouicDhuy ili-l'. 1 coussulted bwib pb) ciauit uf linn ci!y. I huh ift-il by itiiviii tbai Hit: dieear-e with which i , ... :. ded was ti Knii Kh um, aud lhal ii.. j LiMilii uol beurnt li.e- I n ud Vour advertiremt-ut and wu.'liidd t consult you. You aaniueii ine that you would eradicate tbe diaeasi and reatore uy hair, which had bevoui very Unu. With that HMn.rauce I placad luyaell in your bandi, and ibe reiulte are, I I av a lujiiiiittnt bead oi bau tuy w-alp ia iset'fe tly well, aud my bair ha eekU u Jail out. HcKpect ully youm, Mas. baaH li.isi,, Ko. 117 hotiah I'eaat atrt. It ia a ta?tackiiowledgd by all who have uaetl Us liefer ties I ore r, end their name is Jgiou, tliat H Ja TUK OMLT FhkiPAKAl ION That would 0vUially and permanently reotor tti hair of ihowuoar bald, and prvul TUB HAIR I ROM FALLING OVW. Thlurgeand rapidly increaaingaalao Beatorativ M ih airouge-t evidence or thu niaudold betueiits it is olEriug tipou TUK HUMAN ITAMU.V. Th conridcucot the public lm been obtained, and they all unite in atiexiicg to its uierilaud raat supeii on.y OVUK ALL UEFA KATIONH Kvriutrhduced. I do not recoutnund my preara liuu tovaua hair to t-row an leet in irebly as i hny mouths, aa it ia aimple lUiuoFii-iltiliiy, eud loudly iu aouaiaieut with the law ol lvatuie. I o those a l.o art skuptical or incredulous, 1 will mak a bvua nde nflii : 1 will Cor fell 91,000 (On Thousand l.llara) if I lnw to eur Ui worst cases ol partial lattdnetts, uudei hlteeu y eats' siauu tug, Willi TllK ONLY 44MN INK HAIA KMH'loUliM. This wonderful remedy is old by drujvgista gnr ally. if Yoim imnutiiHT rah not uot it ufnd FOK IT. N.B. Cure guaranteed iu every oaa where U 4i rectioua fur I tie hi implicitly uU-yU. SMTFiiue, tl per bo'Mt, or Ml bottle foi t6. 1'Hi K H. A. IU. ftlUiMV, sole Proprietor, Uu. Vw OiKUe attt-ct, f I S.lly Albany, New. Yoik. 'FRED. SCHWARTZ,! liutcliatr. Si all No. 3U, slllU rU Sll.a' OK TUK UAUhlV.' HOI bK. Keeps onhsitdthe HettQuallty of Meal. 1)KK.stilH MCUlUOy OF UAV th"ir 'MJVO' TVShJi VAUBb'8 LL V aiid perreotlv, will p:aa leave orders at bWI'lER- riKLOA CAINK'. B'nK AMI A I hit biwl'fc.. uunier of Third eud Uuu asieal. augw J. HUKCdtrSHI. m) ffcttt MONTIluanb uiadeaalling ou r OainpHikfu Melals, with perlecl likeiif a uf all the oaudidslea. Ainu, apltimhd medal uf lieu ralOraat. Fne. Iiuper I ma 'red, lo Ageuta. Just the huttineas for diaohaiged or disabled feoldierB 1 engage iu. beta vie eeuton receipt ol iS ?i ta. Ad-dre-a W. K. LA Nf II MAK, ei.T If tluuiuuall Ohio JACOB LKSHKKH KatMs NOTIOK is hereby given that the ubsTilr wa on the slay nl .tvtoaer, IhttS, duly appointed aa adinlniatralion on th eUleol Jacob Lath, lat el Montgomery County, dec. ased Muv-smtier lt lst.4. UKO. W, MOYRI. noA-wSw