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Current News Items. . - I.. ..L.,1 1.. ralietr-d. Wa nrr-aumo lie in in dudgeon at Lincoln for coon. ; t-rmsndiruhi orrtw'-'"""" -. - j The appointment nf a successor to Mr Iajr- j I.- am M ni.tee to trance. ill " b BuaJe ftir tnnm tlm. ' " ' ' Crowds of nllieialii are laatiiis Waehinfitoa to swnd their luiliilnts at homo. IVrfl are new one huilreit ilUlwaBof iu penilrd rfqnuitinmon tha Treasure;, Itoftart merit at Waahinajluni . , The Stale of New York pays one fourth of the whole amount of llie inti riittl firfcnue. The (iovrniiient n in hourly expectation f ... I nun lh e-reaL licit, Bud, hopes lit hear tha'. Wilmington is invested by laud and writer " ' A movement is on fool to lend a New Years dinner to General Thornus army. j The bill to arm negroes ia aaid to hat tiassod the rebel Si nata in'necral session. Tli report that liet. Joehua B-mclier bad baen murdered in Missouri, eontrndirlej by himself. ' Sherman's army hate a pleasant location, eo fur, at least, iu) floiiute' is connerned. A correnHndent write that tbo weather ia spring like just audi as we think delijrhlful iu , a Northern June. ' " ' The publishers of thnCriai deny the report that thoir paper ia to lie traUBfuriued into a daily , . A, (i. Uibtu has been nominated as auecea- aor of Mr. Kreaael in the Ohio Uouae of Kep resenlittivps. The dead body of a murdered woman, aU moatdeonni by hogs, was found a few days ap,o in RhelTTy'ronnty. The Ktnitlfii hae not been identified. ' ; . , A correspondent of the Cincinnati OizettB says, it doea not requiri aomany pieuto krinr rebel priaonera into our lines, aa it takes tp guard the same dumber of comcripta when being coufcyod to the army: ' ' There waa a heavy snow atorm, yealerday, in RurTnln It delayed all the railroad Iruiua. The bill taxing whisky two dollara a gallon, instead of, one dollar and a ha f, haa passed both IlouBea of fcnngreaaj and 'only awaita the President's aignature to become a law. It ' to take effect on the lot of January, Military men do not expect Savannah ti fall immodintcly. It ia thought it may hold out two waeka or more. ) ' It haa been decided in Washington that np National Bunk can iMue notes abore ninety per cent, of its capital stock actually paid in, onleaa such bank shows a surplus of means on hand. The Union Indies of Winchester, Virginia, have presented General Sheridnn with a beau tiful flajf. , i i ., i : General Dix ia satisfied Unit lbs Cauadiim authorities are doin evtrytbini; that ia hon orable in the matter' of the St.' AlbKns raid. era ' Another fifty millions loan of k ten-forty bonds, payable in gold, principal and iuterest, haa been called for by the Secretary of the Treasury. 1 It ia said Unit Governor Morton, of Indiana, will convene the 1-a-jialaUire of Indiana in extra session, to pass a hill increasing the salaries of the State officials, hitaself among the number. It must he done, if at all, pre vious to the new year. Quito a number ol prisoners taken from Hood have passed through .Indianapolis, on their way to Camp Douglas. There has been a heavy fall of snow in the neighborhood of Indianapolis. It is understood the President will nomin ate Farragut to the position of Vice Admiral in the navv, an office which is ' about to be creati. ll will be the highest distinction in the navy. ', ' , The railroad interest in Canada Buffered panic in ronRtquence of expected trouble between the United States and the Provinces. Noa-iatarcotuae ionjd ruin Uiair railroads. The Detroit Freo Press thinks that Con gress could do nothing more unwise than to organise si corps In dufeut the Northern fron tier Such a policy would have a strong i tendency W uroed disturbance. ' :.' I No Paper Yesterday. . , A part of our printing mai liiuory broke yesterday evening just na wo were going to prCHH, ami it wan iuirisbiUe to get out ' the paper. Yu ok iiiiUilgonoo forahort- "'fcomitics whieti wn cannot" avoid. Fev persons aro m of llii ilixatl vantayes ami ilifliitiltiuii uinler wliiclt we labor in the publication of this paper, i " ' im ,;.-,"- !' .' GaKKKiurKa l.una Iho Tribune, iu I . lending aililnrial, asoaiUw following langnage iai (epatd .M gfeanbuake: v"Tha graenback LbHtalla itaelt li dollara launoomwiouslv a liar. It is reallv bill a little ore tw ilof- tbts.-ABd-this,-ik'll-otbfir4Htr-thufh it seems foe the moment advantageous, is a gtnaral mitdilef am) detriment ' The scheming, .gaming fa may make by it, bat lb iadustri oin many mmt loa ' ' ' , t rf-r TukOhiiviibUhklSuit. The auit brought , asaiDat.iTburlow Wd hy jii ntajoT .)p- dyke, ot Nsar York, for libel, was comim-nced nn Tuesday last, aud promiaes .to deaalop anma of 'ta moat astnondinir swiiiaisa modern tiroes. Judj-e Pierrepont yesterday , opened for lb dufuBsa, aod his eacoroialion of Opd)Hta was most terrible. Mrs. Lincoln figures io the affaJr.r-'CoJa4 Tlninilealtr, ot . at t A touor;, lady who was taking music les-, ana jaskeil. kow ah oould afford it in . tbosa bard times ? '"Oh,"' said she, "'I ednfina; ... ...1 .--O mttell to in w bomb. A member of Congress from Misaouri ha, ma ie a d aenrerr in linuhco, which in otri! injr soma atteniinn in Wa.-diinulot), ami throughout the cuunlrjr. Lie lias, tijr lontf aluilf, awl sluse aaplicatlon, disontrri'd tht reduitiiin in llii rxpeiiM of tli Ootrrii. mailt, would to ihit e x;ent rliiniuieii the ne-d of taxation. If lia aliuuld succeed i.i contiii. ciitfi lb Adiaiuiatrauon und Confirm of the Ih):,. 0i i,;, tlienrv. it is thoutht thai tti p'oiHised lax on sales, tin.l the increase of UXMBBr,y D.j ,e aoaiitlonnl. . - - U ia ealiinaled I hat lena of tbouriiiida of Federal prisoners have died, hnmlretls lieeome insane, and hundreds of others been constrain ed by lutlftilig to tiiko th ) oinli of ullegiame to the Southeru Coiiledi-nicv ull Wei-Hune tne Ailminitltation would innke no etihhiige un til ibe Cotifeilerate HUtboritiee aheuld agree that a negro wns n good' :is ti white iMiti - [Translated for the Empire. ] The Prospects of Mexico. [Correspondence of the Courier dos Etats Unis] MEXICO, August 16, 1864. Kery mail arriving from the liniicil Mtatea brings um more letlers, in wnicii 1 am mni ii in regard to the chances lor the future of va rioua unilxrtakiiiirs or railings in tbe'new em pire Af Mexico Tlia conbdrnc wiLh wbteh I am thus hnnon d, iluttera ii' d nfli-c ie me I In more, becausn 1 am personally unknnan In mnny of those who thus ad.iren iu. liul this, iit tbe san.e limn, is an mlilitiuiial reanon that" I 'should reepond to thi ti- enquiries with the iHinrmt frauknejs. Tliuslar'l have r spouded to rut h U tters inilividunlly ; but this portion ol my correspondence is inpidly hk anmitig proportion which renders tbi im possible, I know ulso, that besides those who aaalreea iheuiselvee to me, there uia many others intluciiced by the aame witiieaaiid tin same hopes A public statement of my view seems, therefore, the best mode of giving aurh information as will enable each one to ili enio fur himself. In doing so, I beg those who have written to me, to excne tlm indirect mode of answering their letters which I find myself compelled to adopt. Mv otnriion unou the auvantuges ol imme diate immigration to Mexico hiia already been given at Ihn close ot one ot my late commit-, nicationa. In my judgment, it would he pre. mature and fertile in disappointment to by far Iho greatest tniijority ol the new comers. lhe principal grouml upon which tins opin ion ia tuned ia not, as may be iinugined, the disturbances which still reign in the country. Although the work of paciucation li.'S not yet been Completed, what muy be called tbe military troubles do not give me any siinous uneaainess. 1 hey are rapiuly approHcinng na end, in spile of ibe apparent importance they still appear to present in some quarters, and tbe lew months neceaary for tbo traveling prenanliotia of those wtio intend to como, will suffice, 1 have not the least doubt,- to ruaks Mexico tranquil, uiiuuinioiiB in its supf port of tbe Kinnire, and delivered from the scourge of guerrillas, moru or less political, which still harass it lint tbo re establishment of security ia not the only condition necessary to promise to the immigrant that prosperity, the hope of watch draws bim to a new country. It is ne cessary that be should have aaaurance of find ing there a normal condition in regurd to commercial undertakings and industrial pur auita, and above all asituulion dourly defined in regard to evsryiuing relating to personal rights and privileges. Now in regard to both these matters, nothing tiaa enu done, nothing appeara likely to he done for some little time, and the elate of affairs existing in I ho past seeds transformation from Ibe loundation be fore the foreign element can be called into Mexico in any considerable proportion. i irst ol all, the absolule equality ot rights between the native and the foreigner, indis pensable to the success ol the latter, doea not exist in the lawa. For iiibtaure, it is neces sary that one should be a Mexican citizen in order to claim lb right of workiug a mine which he may have discovered. io this grave inconvenience must be-nilded, the uncertainty hanging over the immigrant to the amount ot taxes which he will have to pay upon any brauth of industry he may desire to prosecute. Nothing ia yet fixed in regard to imposts; neither as to laud, personal or poll-taxes, or in regard to patents. The tariO'andnll custom house regulations must aUo uudergo a complete transformation which will seriously allect every thing relating to importations "In regard to agriculture, every thin;; Is", if possible, still less definite. As nothing like are.isuyof lunds exists, and as the actual exlcul. of the immense territorial concessions ni.ulo in the past is extremely vague, the Slate virtually finds itself without a foot of lund whioh it can dispose of to the immigrant with certainty of profit to him lie will not be able, In most casus, to rely with any oer tiiinty upon rlghis derived from any transac tion with a landed proprietor, on uscount of the chaos which prevtula in everv llnug rela ting to conveyancing and tlm value of titlea. In a purely commercial point of view, it ia essential to wait until tue normal movement of tratlic shall be re-established throughout the empire, In the actual state of affairs the only markets really open are tbosa on the line from Vera Cruz to Mexico and those are early forged hy too heavy importations. The field which Mexico will offer to foreign activity is Immense and fertile ; but to enter npon its cultivation with precipitation, and before the new government has bad time to prepare it, will be to compromise its future. It is a promised land, toward which it is nataral that many should look with hope; but tbe time lias not yet eume for immigration art matte. The position ia such as to require some nonius in order to movethe chances of din appointment and estnblish guarantees of suc - ' ' E. MESSERAS. The Holidays. . of this year will be payables, tmt Stale ou Saturday. Our Statute does no. provide for ; this, but) His the uniform ciatom ol vir banks to obaerte Monday folluwiug as a Miday, when the 25th or December and tha first of January fall oo Sunday Wa hate too few holidays in this country to There t soma itiiinirv aa Li thei dav whifli will be observed as Christroua and New lears. tney iair?ol, Sunday. The uniform ouitora WB.believe, 0 obarve Monday.,. In ' New York this is pre.rjhed tit law. and all , notes aad acceptances isr.,,, , ue on Mom at loss one or two because they happen on Sun A-m n. ts.it 4 ,1hmI..w wj, ..v. Butler Township Donations for the Benefit Butler Township Donations for the Benefit of the Soldiers' Families. William Hint, prevision, worthy . a AO hf ry w?n'lr- eo ........ yon J H. Wsyinira, flour.. t be Mr. r.ile.h-ri, eroriHiotis a M Mr W WkMjr. po'fltofHi w I la) J. O, Vamire, provisiuns ,.....,...... V 'iS J'paa v avtniri,. com II 71 Joltn Hiirmim, woixt , a as (Urnh WpnTer. ny ;,:e tnttur I ik K M. Hni ..r a Bro , fl.iur aod oul... 16 lai John m,-n". n ur I no .1. A nrntnlitrir:irovtiiint. tsft I.. A emnli-i,l'iji;, do Sen Jvoli KiiKle, wmsl, M..k. j! 6 e '1'iil.lns u ,'iiL'i-r, TwviitniDS 6 76 tlenrv Usllsher, Mmir ..vtM.MM. 1 Se t.eorge HolliiiSli, wooit...; SOU 11 Sl'.ner do H A oo Anrii.w Sinks (tour.,..... .-. 4 e M-iron and .Inlin Hainv, flour 3 ls Himxon Mall, ,rornioos,0. S 'is lirnrn siHi v, tin t .Isi'iili f's-. ,o ' ' -I 1 Ift btlan Sltelitot, tin .., a fill Hna l,nit. do I hi j'rio tnr, nonr in: AtiAll Mn.-f , irtivmioos , S lie Sotnfnnn Ynlinl, l, , . - I ft Kn--eh einks. do 3 4n A.Y.Wnk., do 3 HI K. M. osa, nptatfa - 1 lie .1 A. fisinen. ;irnriiona T Soo Wn . I'l-nrton, do ,, l ye tt. I'sin, s;'l bitltar ... 1 (m It I,. Wsvmlre, provisions tee J. T. Oremi, du 1 M) Alirnm Cress, ft ,ur , 1 en ctisrlps H"e'l,roviMion and yarn 1 ho II;hiiH Hei k, liiruips .1 Iisvei WRvuiTe, roviMicnN aod wHd 8 en 'Jt'orife wmniira do do 1 tM .!.. ..h Til II, Hour .. 1 Innn Lnilert, i,rovii,iooa f 3 Ho Su oiip tlruieli-noiirg do 7.1 Win. lUminll, wooiH ft isl J. M. . M. (' over, wood .. 1 Aii'lersoD ri'ivis. eorn , 1 v Win A ndnrMon, vood ,. 8 no IIhimoI V si mire, wnixl..,,. ft oil .1. htorkslHKT, wood 6 l"l ftrorg 'I'limey. ),olnlos M .1 VI. Mlir;.l,j, ,.! A IO Wm. Jllniili, wood , ' A 10 Mniiin I- idinailler, wieat and flour ' 3 (i w J. liiK'ki'Kment I to John John, on, provisions t 6o 1'siTol I oliiiis. ssiiintf wooil..., Ann Miuntlrl Miirtmitnle. haullllM wood....., A UO i. hrooker, M-ovisloha 1 f O loltii Hrsliln, core 1 INI I !tw-t s.,o.iro au.l aolntoea ,.. . 3 K Win Millfr, wood it (. JolinFtielylmker, flnur....H. v. ...'' ' S Wm huli r, provlHioDji..,M ....... .... . do Htmon tliill.eorD Is I'siuH Johnson, wooil 4 ISi Ueoige Nctt, eorn and wood 4 u , Total.. ..eVIH t CAHII ItKOKIPTS. . KAssell lluey fl 00 Mii-IimoI Hi lllus 1 110 lisrld Rnnkie A no Mi-iiry I- i.-istd 1 (si Jl n lliiuiiieuburu... A 09 Henry roover JsoobOoover.M M J Coovnrt (thrisLlau Kooukle f. tie i can . 1 11 a u Henry Ijieionao .tw.-oli Kankln hO ohris Isn Hhmlf 1 1 Mi Mi It II. 3 I X IS' a no 2 IS) 50 Mi Jie oh Keekr-1 1 UO .Ino Nnrtti 1 UO Ili nry T Willis I on Henkev M. An John Kunkle navld Knler liavid Hslmer Uavid Hnhir, Jr Hafvey Peareoa.,. David Pearson Goorga Davidsou.... J di ti fintr fl uo linvid HisaA r :i Oo John Hll. 1 oo J W Kbr 1 uu w m i-aarbvn i. Wm Miller Trusten heaaou. , Mra Hi aeon I Ktl WorthtngloB...,,.. Alliart Hny,. OTronp ... 1 on I'H.id ltniuer...H.. . AO Atirsm uiek i 111 ..I ' AO ... r x'-U ... 1 no .. All 1 uu ... I ISi . 1 1X1 .. Ml .e I .. 1 'SI ..- n :.. i ui .. i uu ... A nu Jaoob lloltniHii.... AO arils MeriUL- AO PelerliKDKenat AO sirs fills.., JoknJ ,wk 1 oo Hoary ahavoruag.. Mr Travor Wm Uregg H Hankel Mrs Jenkins iv e rsiitier V' John Hhnup 1 00 Henry I'ennenoe... 1 no KtnauUMl Kri-lser 1 00 Jotin Niles. 1 uo John 0 Waymlre... (HI H Mutehen A anspnngh v liarius Huo'hana... John Wandal A nretttnKnr Miss Weslarman . iirunrey i oo Usrnev Holt 14 ISi linniel Hisnpt 1 IS) Usinuel Curtis 1 IS) Andrew Hrtliner... An Ml Kii'hard Uuodartand... B (Mi Wm Compton x fll J M Board AO Maniuel Taylor. ...1 AO Hninuol. Baard llanlel Krsmsn Rnbeeca Jirsmaa...., Jonathan luncan... Jena Duncan Jesse Johnaoo. , rred Ilii kenahiH.... Uanry Weslarman., Jamea O'Hwallow... A J Waymire. J, Weaurrman 1 (Si 1 ISi a, All .Initios Sunderland no Wm Himderlaud.. 1 I Si Jnronif l.iilp.,..u... 1 no ll l. Bool er..... 1 (si 1 ISI 1 on 1 in 1 Ui 1 uo All Juo illllor I UO Adsm Keller tf.. l.oyd Btti ey ' VA j Mrs Marlhn Miller M Joseph Hpi.lto S OU Kllsalwtn Ho'.her AO I ..' 01 bamuel ltoohar.n I UU Uuknowu doura.t.M. a so Tolal easti ., Total produce and cash ...IHO AA .. Sis an Grand total San SA Provisions and Wood have been distributed to twenty eight needy families. Oash waa appropnated hy said Coitnniltee io the purchasing of Clothing for ehihiron of said lamiliea. Itasav WsTMiaa. Itieaiaa HuauaaLAND, H.r.H.tioa,- Wm. Kasuall, Jos. Wxaaaa, December 4, 1864. Committee. The Judge's Saw Log. I bouitht it; and wben it got so short, 1 drew it huroa and wnrke if op, iato ihlnclei, aad then I concluded J had got, my money bank and in my poviat " ..'..' j I The exclamation of the Judga was drowsed Jj th Uouuj of th by-ataudara, asd tha log anna aawar found the done without tha In the village of W lived a man who has once bem tho Judge, of the county, ami was known, all over by the name of Judgv . lie kept a store and a saw uiill.and vua always sure to have the beat of tbe bargain on his aidn, by whioh means he gained an ample competence, and some did not hesitate to call him the "biggest rascal iu the world " He waa very conceited withal, and aaed to de light in bragging of his business capacity when any one was near to listen. One rainy day quite a number was seated around the stove in his store; and he began, aa usual to tell ol bis great bargains, and wound up with "Nobody ever cheated me, nor they can't, ui-niiri, , "Judge," aaid an old man in the comoanv. "I have cheated yon more than yon ever did me. "How so?" aaked tbe Judge.' ! '.' "If you II promise yoa won't go to law abnnt it, nor nothin , I II tall yoa, or else 1 won t; you are too macb of a law character for me "Ijet b hear, let's hear I" oried half a doxan voices. "We II bear yoa oat of iu tro on "I'll promise," aaid the Judge, "and treat in me Dargain, ii you nave, "Well, do you remember that wagon you rottherl mtt nf?" "I never robbed you of any wagon I" ex claimed the Judge, "I only got my own." "Well, 1 made up my miud to have it back. and "Hut yoa uover did," cried the Judge, "Yes I did, and witb iutereat, too.'' "Ilowr" thundered tbe enraged Judge. wen, you see, Judge, 1 sold you one aay a very nice piuu log, and bargained with ynn for a lot more. Well, that loir I stole off your pile, down by year mill, the night liefoie, Hod sold it to you.' That night i arew it back noma, and sold it to yoa ngain next day; and so I kept on until you iKiugut your own log trout uie twenty seven times." ' - "That's a lie I" oried the Irate Judge, running to a book and examining his log accounts; "you never Sold me twenty seven logs of lhe same measurement." ii "I know ii," said the vender of Ions; ."for hy drawing it back and forth the end wore oh"; and aa it wore off I kept ruttios tbe end off, until it was only ten feat long just tour- I tanu taut ahnrLaa than it k.. i;.., - trenv. To lea a mad man, yon hat on It to I .L ll. 1.1. !t 1. ... ... m-m .u. auug ii n was star "tuataa Very reluctantly, lint in the presence of j seeming nccosaity, tli Southern Jieople eeem to a making tip limit minds not only to the fiiiipmcnt of so many colorcil soldiers the rxigem ice of tlm aimy Jo mand, but even to the total abolition of slavery an an institution. The Richmond Enquirer, in response, to tho iloHircs ofi Ucneial Leo, snvk Hlint neither arnnent nor authority tan determine whettir-r the negroes will mnkd for us faithful Soldiers, The expei intent must teat ami dociile the qttOHtiort." General Leo anksv that this experiment he made. For tin this is suf ficient., The same finper nays i "When wo supplicate European nations for help, we must be pieparcil to receive it on their conditions ; which will he the abolition of slavery. If wo arc prepared to aholiKlt slavery, it will not I nnorsnftry to go to European nations for protection, they will give nH not only recognition, bnt will follow recognition with such interven tion ua will secure nationality' and i liber ty." While tho rail for an addition of three hnndied thousand men to the Federal ar my ia impending, tho Hcpublic'an pica, without an exception, spcuks of tho over throw of tho rebellion as an event ulrendy practically Achieved.' What, . thin, tho public naturally auk, can he the need of Bo large nil addition to the army? ati addi tion which cannot bo made, without im posing a sacrifice npon the, pooj.lo which they aro not aide to hear. Either the re bellion is not so iioaily crushed aa the au thorities would have us believe, or el so it is ascertained that it will he requisite to maintain permanently as huge a force to hold tho Southern people iu subjection, as it haa required in tlm Kmt plum to effort their subjugation.. If the latter explana tion be the true ono, than the end of the war will bring no relief to the people. The demands on their men and money will continue to be as oppressive aa ever, j ' MARRIED. BltllHlRS PAVY On the lsth inst .hv John II. Stupnelman, Jmliea of the 1'aaea, at tb reaideuee ol Amosuixrk, ar BkIsiiiioi r. umliea to Miss Mary imtj oin oi mis city-. . BREIt.RK-WlttOMANll-On IheL-dlh inslaa" .1 Bsouire Bioanelmnn, at Ins orhra. Mr. John l. Bri-a. ter to Miss Mary Wuinnnd, liolh nf this rity. 1 DIED. WOl.F Of OonaumiiUou.on Ilia 'Jlat inal.. Clara M. Oaul, dauxhtar of W. W. ami Mary O. Wolf, aged - years, 7 mouths, aad 11 daya. New Advertisements. im. A. PAIK, TUB ItLKOTKIUIAN AM VH YHlOlAtt.18 T, ' WILL iwn.ftin at tbe Phillip Hrnm ihr lb put jx) o treitrto tiia.tiui.eM until Jm)UsUj 1. IKu.'V. Ktioofttiou room ho. 4. .jo-i:iui WANT BP CarriRKe Hlackxiniltm rdI bixlj-niHlt irs. pinon wf-rk mTfn to botiT-intilfum Amlv to W. W. Phillip-., Kourth Htmel. Ua'ilw , NOT I O E 1 T. 0. HITt'HBLIa. J. L. MIIXKS C. L1H0DOH. t pll R umlftrsiKnad hiv etHf)ihfil nn ottiem in thin M. ifir n purpttH oi iiirMinitinii rattmii turn mib-XiiutOH io (ill thu (iiinU of Iho htil-tJiiilrit!in in ih Thirti ConivrtirvaJon. Ui-trittt n otiiv, tiatier the lata c II of tho rrHtant for Smi,iMi mn. Utile. m Thins Ntrti. ono iluur we-tt of th PoMiof Bo; up ttUim, room Nu l. FURTHER NOTICE7! TOTUKTAI-PATKUHorMONTUl)MKU CO. TJIS Trurur'a Office will U hpt oveu fur lite pitrpOHA of rvi.iK's'n, wuliuul pMrcttDUii, uotil tlrtiof Jksuary next. TtKie) who do uot pay Djt4(iiU une may uy is a. i ka r it.tMg. , JUNATUAN KKNiN'.vY, , U(Uwtt TrftRMurur Maiilomory Ofniuty. I , t Jounml t-opy J I1'....,V,, .... M. B. JOKUAN. I. M. 40 It DAM. JOHDAN JORDAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' N. K fOUNKR VODKTII ANS WAIN IT, ilAUawlw CIN1NNATI,0. TURNPIKE EI.ICCT10N. , ' mHE HUwkholtlerH of the iMyion Wcatrn Tumpilc 1 Oomnany are nutiliHtl Mini llmra will liaan lr. lion hM at turley't 'Itivern, Wt AixHiiUria.Frtl t-o.,0MoDth H-ond Monda)(uU)sjJttmiMry, 1bHT, ler th ft.octiOD of 0v ixroobom t m.itv IIih ua.uiu JWI. aaaaaaiU aJUHliAr.. U'iAaUawil jVrtiMtieDt m FLOUR & FEED STORE! Best Qualities at Lowest Prices! THOMA8 ii. GILLI8, I I AVINfi purehaaeil the Fl-tur an1 Fed hIoi m- JLM. codUv kent liv Ptr lijmt. riMirth a tract, a taw U(ht asMtot Main, will laiiw. ham! thuttati)mUl Uea f ILOI'K, FEi:i Al 4; II .4 1 , At tttlowt ntta anil will deliver good a tnany art UI i.itJ CllJ, lid Will avnajp uUbUUIg UUI HO ItttHP, uail ana iuat ontera. . . 50,000 Bushels Flaxseed Wanted. Kl HUaUKLB 1'lasaaed wauled, for which )v"tVtlHI th li'Khost niarket tra-a in eash will b Hid, at tha Flour aud Feed store of Thoe. K Oil- lis, (iatn relr lleist a,) Ho. J rourlh alret-t, mair Main. I'avtou, aiuo. ( , THUS. t. tall, I, IB jX'i7-dwain ' 1 Farmers & mechanics Hotel. NEW ARRANGEMENT, i WAGNER Sc BHIRK . Vi : i (aaawaaaoa ta asBaaaaa a ataisaLaa) HaVB taken thia eld aud popular Hotal oa Second atreet. liavloa. and hone tv thi-ir alatntton mi tiusiuaaa ia aaaudu thawaU-aamed .rasaastion of thai Wli auowo nouse. ' The aorines ol af t, ir-nry foster, aa widely kjtowa, hate ben retained as olei k. j The pattouaeoMta tormsr rrlandata ontldentljr IttlDOViL.-at. f Nolan's OnVe haa beenm t moved l rom i'leau'a Building to sa Mmb aU-eal Dwtweeo aeooadaaa 'iniru streets, of er air. HoaelMr ry,a store. aepn-wiutos Clothing. ATTENTION! ! On, or Before Christnas, Wa, th oodersignod, promi to atll i: fr t OVEIWJOATS. : ! ' ' 1 ' ! I 1 BUSINESS SUITS, . i ! ENGLISH WALKINOGOATS f VESTS IIDVS' and VOITHS' fJLOTlIIG, t , i im For la roonay(l,att othr OlolkiBH Ifouae in D1 ton We bair leava to rmmd tha Daitlie that w MKnd in ooQciioii with a Ura WholnaalaOloikinR Mannrnii'tunng Hou. id Ottwmnad, which aerlaiuljr pualjka uh to ipva tha ahova mdiu)riniih. W are oouataDti reoeivmii tha latttat atylea of Olathiujt . FOR i THE HOLIDAYS, Whioh ia earelullt aateatad aad wall arade. ' Call and exiiiinue our aiouk ttt Clothiuft, uekire purchaaiuji elaetthere,at 108 i . i lie-. ,1'!. MAIN HTltKl'l'l'. JfiaU No Miauke in their number and BIwN, WU1CH UANG9 OUT AMD ; KKADH CLOTHIERS -iv,' .!;-fai .is t r: - , ' il'. t .:t II I .ui I"; i 1 . H I fcil Mj .'.IJ ,1 Mala atraai. aotll-laiaaw anl P an to Medical. If IlldSiC ' v'f .V. SI 1 CUBKS lmf(lia CoMa.Hora Tliroal, AMTifna, an Connumntfon. It i nni nfM.ri mr i.i.a, troubled with ihea eomplainta to try n bttl ol Mricktandg Ncllifiuout Cough Haham tonTincthm thattt ia Ni lfit Brp.raita e tar iitttHl. Ji not onljourm ttanabnTaatlfcnoiianf Ilir 1'hri-H.I atid Lnnua, hut It eun-a IN if;lil i-wf-at. arrt Htirinit of HI fd. atid ia an ke4ltM.i ftarff' f" anv kind ot Hnr Throat. Ilia leamnt to uaV, actd t stiediomo lor innia. Piiea ft Cvnt per ImhI. oraal by iritiXh KrnfrallT. nil 4 . EVKHYUODY la bo-njj di4Aao by the uh or aurv4 ol tkia diitr)rtin , , , Dr. Strickland? t Pile Rm1y, Kad what Uwmj wh lmr iicd H: Mr. (MiarlfN W. LftU.I.Hlii ol I.ai..a.V,ll. m.,A Ma I llaauirde, Cincinnati, ik. I( h our mtt mi tr unia J ni of lr. M(n kimi.l'a !' fi-ni-ly. 1 hey ay thy Iiata triH vrvlhina hnl ntilH nhinin nn r.l.i. Imt un Foto burU'ttlond'a CiI hrmadv r-rtf .l a prrM-rnirallr auf1iruiie lor many yara Hh Ih worst kmd of Pil. To rcumnitd ari ra una who ia m tiering to try it. AK lur "s ' JM Strickland'. IHU liemtdy. . .. Sold hy all dnicgifta, r j il. a pot. Mauniaolarrd at No. S Kaat Fourth et.Uinuinnail, O, . ml4 ASH " 1 F1 L IJ X.":' V' Strickland' t Anti-Cholera Mixture. 18 aoouiposition i.t astrinjranta, aUt.rtnU", atlniu limta and csnnlnativcs, nhirh every Jdiytit-ian ac. kaoi.le.liw. ia lhe oolr pr, paration that wdl tiled a Pvnnauut uure of Joannes and Iij selerv. This Anti Cholera Miilure ia now in axe in some of an army hoapliKla where itxites the erealeat satislwiloB. II has raved the lives of tlieuaanda of i.ur soiiliera and ottiarns, aad we a ill yoarnntce it Io t.e the beat reme dy in Hie terld for Diarrhea and JiytriiliM y. ,. Mr Wou.la.ol Covintlnn, My.; will I moat tiapi i aatisly any one aa to the virtue ol Hlru klauii's Anti Cholera Mmarei la laot we have trn-si nnml.fr ! teaumonuila Iroro oatuote who have l,eo eared altel beioapronouixiedlii urshle hy their l.liyni'ieiisi'anliie alter UiImuk only one totlleor Kirii'slefid'a Ami tl.ol. era SlUtiire. If toaauDar wiiii Iliu-rhea and 1'ixu tery try one tantle. n,4 ' fROICiMOH. DC M0ai!S'9 ' ' ' 'ONLY OKNtllNt ' I HAIR RESTORER ! . y. v i , UlKL'iAHKH OK TIJK BOA 1.1 riUIK akill orth rnrdicnl fa- ulty in trtalmp rftfi?r X ' tit .main liaa.iii a majoniy of' raaea, i-o lat Had hy I hi, th moat )itji'ar ilifaaol th Iu,iihb franta. ) t ia not co bo wendered hi, aa it rrutrt-1 i-hI aiudy riwop r rar(,h and a ;rtriiil atitfatinaliou ol theauH-a which prodiitia tha diatiaa. Llblf-a Uia MUti ia tiarovrruii, it in an uiir tnipobadaliiy to eradcat tli 4.ta-aa and eni a pfiiitannDl cur. JiaHM ol th acalp have bten pronuuuuad tt.uablu by aoitia of Hi moat amintiui ph aiona.a. 1 iiv da- YRAUM OP STUDY " "'" To thia peciilini pairtof tha human Irarae, and I mil WiUtrilifd that 1 MiMaaa . iruic utI itaCMafiUT. Ho far an known, that would pfihiannf cijuokta thuaa loaihaouia djataata tha acMi i. ' ; PALTKIIKUM.IIOAi.biaJ.lli. .. . . Aud othar ontanaoua Un,cn-pB,anH r-tnrn .ftt'fnri' to ktioHt who nuv b?cunia laJJ. 'J o n.akH good tha aartioD, 1 will for toil FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS - It I Tail to aura th wont caaraof dineaaad aaljja I a-i'Tt iau(vai vasaiiiiuiji t Hit inV ONt.V KJNV1A(K 1IA1K UaCHTOHKIt. Read the lli owing: 1 . TuttintohiM nf Jrf. karth GaWtf ) Ahahi, Niaw Youit. Paor. DbMukm: Two yetrf kko my acnlp tatxaina diattaa,aad my hair coiauiMMji i to lall out var) Unt. Taw UiufHim up rem l unhl iny aia!it waa on wruidt I aore. It tcanie vry painful; my raal al m$ht waa hrokeri; (hn hurnhiRiul ilohhiK umHlJoii wp as-np porititti; l w-UM m; yy rcnutiv i:i r rtniady, hut only tnntnnti totiff. I uiiti,iii(j avtaV ) h)m. oiaua of thia city. I waa in format! by (wham that Uih diaax with which mt r ' ffl-ctcd waa ) aftttJt Kh uin.aiid thni i' . ... ... ...t tiiiat m. 1 mid Tour advttrtianini bud eanrlndad t aonauM you. You aaMtird ma that yoa would aradioat Ui diaraae and rantor my hair, which hod beobni Tory thin. witn m. nMtirinuB j pincm niyavii in jmmr nanati, aod th raaulta arw, 1 have a lumnHnt hvad of ban; my acnlp ia nrretly well, and Dij tiir haa caad It tail out. haapvtv't ully youra, Maa. Haeah Ooai.a, Mo. I.T fonth I'ad atra-t. It im wfaut auknowldf;d byallwhobav ntl Ui Bair Knurr. and thtr nam ia Lon, ttiat it ia THE ONLY PRKPAkATlUH Tbt would atlootnaJly and rmanentljr ratore the hauror tboaawhoara bald, and pravant TUK BAIR FROM FALLING OFF. TUelarit and rapidly Ireriin wo ctf RefionUT ia th atnuitvstevu.uueo( tha lAttutilbld banstiia it la oatwrnuK Uoo TUB HUMAN rAMlXT. 1 1 : 1 1h confidence of th pnbliti baa bfn obtalnadl 6nd tlty all a in la iualtUiig to ita oieritaiid vaataari OVER ALL PRKPA RATIONS ' H 1 KroriBtrhdtioed. I d not rmommt nd my prvua lion teaaua Uair to prow aix I in UrWy an many moiilha, aa it iaa aimpla Unpoaaibihly, and UAm$ iu eonaiatnt wtih th lawa or rininr, 'J o thoa who are kapucwlor inuraduloua, I will mak a botia tldotlr: ' I will rorfalt tl.UOO (On Thousand Kllara) if I fall to cur tti 6 wo rat aavaof parliaj Utltiiaat uodvr flAaou year' aiapd U.u, wiib TUK ONLY ttlCK IN HAIB BlbTOHKH.1 Thia wndrfut remedy ia aold bydrNitgiata tfMHr ally. ir yuuift liKuuttibT hah not cot ii'-tUND . - PUR IT. . ., .. If .B. Cure RWarnntxi la awry eaaa where the di rectiona for i a ar implicitly oU ytd. waTPri, 1 per tultk, or -ix lKiittt for ffc." rrt'ti. n. a. ib nitftr Bole 1rotinetor, Ko. 9a (irsnaa strict, Alhsnt, New Vnr. feia.Hr EHED. SCHWAIITZ, Hatcriar, KtaH No.' 3a,,", '; OU'lU llbK OF Til MAltHHT Hdlli. Keep OB hand lhe Beat Quality of Meats. 'Ba.sa ' i-,. " IHJI(1II tiSalBUIIB Oe-'HAV inatlifrf' -- funud (tiff Ml Oitiyirui'! frrfil and parhellv, will laava orders at TTbK. riKl.na rAiNfi and rtm alalia', aomer orlBlriad ataui srreeu. augW . t. BOBOf BUT. CirUe,ta OaJTtlaD fca niade ielllnfoar ft C'" ' aiiiiaiBn Medals, wltk paries! Iikeai.ases of all tha aaiiilidaus. Also, splendid aaedat of aene. ralurenl. fra a. It" par haa irea, la Ayaau. Ja.l tbe business for dlaaksred or di.sl.l.-s folillera la aiiftgeia. Beiapte aauton tnilj.i ol n,, ad- areas w. SV, I. A It r It KAK, aapir-K Uuaaiuaa Ohio. i. .- JAaJOB LKKHKll H Kaleta, i t a XJOTtl K la hereby fiteathsl laa lrlaartbaraa aa J.W thaasddMtei oxtover, lsss, duly anisaoted aa a.lmlni.lrauvr en taia aetata al Jeeub Laaher, lata el BBomaaHiiery uouaey, rao K.( o November lat MM. ae'Sa-wSw UBO. VT, atOYICB.