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niUHSUAY, JANUAIlY lit, IfCi Current News Items. Th Richmond Examiner ol the lGlh ins!., persistently elii.s that the minion of Blnir to Richmond hu brought the peace question toapoin which provides for the appointment of C'uinmtssioiiera on eithenide, with author ity lo lay a pe.;s foundation. The Kichmnnd Whi(r on the same sul.jerl says : lltat it it the belief in well inform) d circles lh.it the inter view belcen llliiir and Pavie may leail lo an authorized conierencw between tlio two gov ernments. On tha lS'.h ittst, tin President wm "doe, eted" ll day with mm unknown parties and denied hiwie.lf to all comers. hitl wonderful fellow the President il Great events may be speelily anticipated. Gen. Thomas hu written a letter lo (he President, in whiuh he affirms that 11. wd rao not gather an army of 20,008 men, and lbat the South Wet it practically a conquered country The telegraph informs ut this morning that the Government is hourly expecting ' more and most important news." It is understood thit the State bounty to vnlnniaars in lli in Slate I. a been fixed at $1.i0. Ia a late, speech upon the resolution that the Military Committee "hall iiiquiro how many icrsoiis arn incarcerated, and lor what, in the military bsstilcs of Washington, it is said thai Ksjhoii, ol Iowa, hatidli J the Secre tary of War without gloves. When the vote wai taken, I hern were hut five nays and one of them was Tltuddeus Steven, who opios.d the resolution on the ground that it was "vi tuperative, and a censure uihiu Stanton" Upon the es.ro it ground, wo suppose it was, that the other members Toted in its favor. On Monday morning, between C and 7 o'clock, the magazine of fori Kisher iijilo dd, killing Liid wounding two or three hun dred persona Many vessels and lives were Inst in a late gale on the Gulf of Mexico. Tho Confederates claim to h.ivn captured 700 prisoners at Beverly, Va. The President has nomina'ed Gen. Terryi the hero of Wilmington, n Mjor General Comptroller VuCullough recommends a tax upon the issues of State Ranks, which will retire them in lees than no time. Our total loss in the Fort Fisher enptare is estimated at 750. The probability is that the onmber of killed alone exceeds that number. The President has approved of the joint resolution to notify Great Britain of the wish of this Government to teiminatn the Reciprocity Treaty. The Postmaster General has prepared and transmitted to the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Post Otliaes, a bill to provide for the prepayment of all printed matter on and after Jan. 1, IbHifi. The army appropriations fo the year are $51 l,2ii27, against $C19,7G,024 last year' The navy appropriations aro $7,972,000, which aro two millions less than last year. By a special to the Journal of this morning we learn that an accident occurred on the western band trnin on the Columbus Piqua railroad yesterday, by which twenty-five per. sons were more or less injured, out, it is thought, fatally. The accident was caused by a broken rail, and occurred about eighteen miles east of Piqua. The car w.n thrown down an embankment of 20 feet Butler's Farewell to the Army of the James. The full text of tltia artfully wonlad document will be found in another col umn. Tho Columbus (Vimh says it "brctttlieu an extranr linary Kpitit of in Rtibordinution and ilt flnuro ;" wliiln the Cincinnati Commercial, with characteristic brutality, siiggPKts that "it may well lie tiuestioiicd. whether bo Hboitbl not be tliut for it." Shooting men to death with mus ketry, has become a national pOKtitne in this country ; ami tho Commercial ia al ways ready to labor for the gratification or the taste of the popular majority. The lives of men are only more valnablo than those of (logo, ImcaiihO it ia superior sport to end then more "the rngo," too, and more interesting generally. That an Ab olition paper, however, like the Commer cial, should Imi so prompt to demand the blood of an idol like Puttier, may bo re garded an niguiticaut, if not suggestive. It reminds one of tho turn taken by af faire toward the close of the French Inv olution. In this aspect it is hopeful, anil a runes tlin beuiiitiinif of llie cinl of tlio American Iteign o 'J'orror. Tlio quehtion ..... . the violent and proscriptive party, whether one of it. Dioat brutal anil most popular Vll a L t rri t a , IcailoiS HhuUm uot De bhot. lliia .act com- meniUiUelf unto our ju.lgment aa thai most Lojwlul indication of approaching peace of anything that has transpired du ring tlie progress of the war. liut what, the careless reader wifl in quire, is contuiuod in the address of But ler, that warrants such severe and savage criticism ? As we said at the outset, it is has at last been raised within tlie ranks 1 an artfully worded paper, and its full im- poit will not ho -..,Kht l.T tho geneia , . I r .1 i . .. loader at llie first hurt id pent.nl. IJ.it iuik how the Army of the J sines is ex tolled ; Those skill il in war have marveled a your valor. 1 our lines of works have excited the wonder oi other nations who have come learn defensive war 'rum the monuments of skilled labor Yourl"td. have render Vour name illustrious. lo after times your General's proudest memorial will be, to say wiib yon, "I, too, was of the Army of the James" 'I o share Mich companionship is a pleasure; to parto- pa'e iu such sets is an honor; l i have commanded such an army is glory. A'o one ron.i yield it vithnut reyrct. These art Inl sentences of flattery are pro ceded with the iiifmmntion that liis com mand had been taken from liini liy order of llio 1'iesirlent ; ami ftillowd by ttiw reason why it was taken. 1 to had lwcn chary of his rrenuu. charge ; and had re- fined to order the vtel ft tarriae t.f lit liiut nf aurk m.JJlrr, tlr In t.lnin word. . i i. ,i , n t .i . .t i. lietieifil Holier IiOlu Inu lii,n tliut the I'rna. " niciit tins tak.'ti iiio coininuii l ot tlietn . u . .. r,,.. v;. t.. t. i .t it ' .... , .,. w.dl to order their narlcss sari litre. , 1 lie stiatcirv of Duller, in this address, is of il... ,m l..r l,.,f.l- ..... ' . . J tho incut of originality. It was eopid fiom that of Mink Anthonv aaelit ite.1 bv j , . ., ., , the death of ( resar. Hut Dntler does not conii-al his object so clcveily rn Aiitliony; for bile he stirs the iiassioi'ta of thohe to whom ho addresses himself, ho does not bother with any ptelensc of palliation I... 1 - . i . it- o . he does not detn to guard himself agamst tho accusation ol "stirring up mutiny by shieldins (he objects of hut fin v with the attribute of honor. If, therefore, the wrotig tliat Iiiin t't'en done to Ilittler was petpetrated by "honor-Mo men," he has 11 . , ii- i H-cineu iiio lact ol too small importance to bo incorporated in his manifesto. "My Grandfather was a Person of Very Regular Habits." ortjm. which was always nine o'clock. wkn Im . time twenty five years ajjo, or perhaps a little more, un a.;ed and highly resnccled physician departs 1 this life in one of the counties of Masaschusetts. In tact, tins worthy gentlemen had readied at tha limn of decerte, the extraordinary age of oue hundred and Gve yours. No litilo interest, as j may he imniined. had hovered around his slowiy declining days, and this was nature! y awak'ined to fresher concern at the period of ' his long-deferred Heath lie had always en-' joyed the full estr cm of his fellow cilizens and ol the medical profession, which imlurnlly up to him as its father ond guide The 1 of his deib was onu ot great excite- j ment in regard to the temperance question, i and it was felt that most important leons for j benefit of the caufe conld be derived ; from ua investigation of the ordinary habits if u gentleman of education and scientific : attainments, whose hfe had been protracted to such an advanced period, doubtless owing to the rigorous adherence lo the laws of health. ' as promulgated and enforced by the total ab- stinence advocates of the day. Accordingly, after the lapse of a due sea son, a committee was deputod on llie part of; tho temperance societies, to wait upon some relatives of tho old gentleniau deceased, order to learn positively what had Iwen tl e course of his life, and by what means be had so long preserved an existence, in the posses- ion of mental and physical vigor, until at letiL'th it yielded to the. absolute decay of bodily powers, without the intervention ot any acute ' dlieaHO The deputation having proceeded lo the , , " - ancient physician s late place of residence, waited upon a gentleman who was his grand : son, to obtain Irom him all llirt particulars ' concerning his agi d relative. Alter due sen- timnuls ol cuiidolumenl (md been expressed, the suitable inqniries were propounded j "Doubtless," said tha chief interlocutor, "your , grniidl.uhor, enjoying such a remarkable span i.ft xisU-nce, was a strict observer of the rules of temperance; we need not exoress our cotiii.i.'iice mat ne imiulgetl in no excess in ine uio ni i.urtiui Kinds ot drink. "Oh no, sir, trie person turpi red of, "yon may he .,..! w. iu. .u graiimiiiej wns a per- son of very regular habits." "Hut wa should like lo know, if you please, pursued the questioner, "something in i articular, regard uu bis mode ot life ; how, for instance, he be-; gan anil pas.ied and ended the day. "Well, str, wnen ne nrsi rose in me morning, be took nnoui nun a giass ot pure Jamnictrnm; my grandfather was a person of extremely n-gular habits ; this was his upilorm custom '' "This' I suppose, said tl e imiuirer, "was toeiuta sortol fillip to his system, uflcr the leihurgy of lengthened repose, made requisite, as uu t xctfptionul cuiu, by bib very advuncod period of hie. Please tell u what hi praciica wan auriOK in resi 01 uo my. "My rranl.fttber gemleinKn, wiw a person of very regular hab- ilp, and Iu4k notbinjf e!ne of tbift mrt until 1 1 tiui a.niHi turn umy s Kiass ui tiumisict. rum. linlefd ; did be drink anything wnh his ....... L T I'NTi-il cvintle auitl. t.: . -I tneala T half an hour hi lore dinner, he drank a""it hJi aaj'haU o? SLd' Rrt nfler dnnktnx that, it wna tie cuhtrm to go fMlt (tT A ehfirt vVialLf Uml lulnrn ti tlionu. Whn dlnnsr was about' half ih,n...h k. .. .. ... . - wniun men nriiiK, say, a glass ol rum, or VhlxkV. Rl til. P.tLU tuiiftil Itn anI B,...ilia when dinner wns over. Dinner was always punctually on the table at one o'clock: lie look no more until four o'clock, and afi.rlhat "m11 ltiiy tea. Ilia t.ractita was In .t.it.L ...til U..J ,.w .w ... u ..ti Hu.ii nnar unu had a glass or two of whisky or rum; unltus, , indeed, some neighbor or tricnil csme in to him. II. fcn.rui.hl. .1-... .orl 4 i . ' 1 -"-"-" as I have rrmnrked, extremely regular in hit '.! ". . ..U vw...u.L.u ". "un .uutiicr aim hesitated about tiursuin? tha Inquiry any fur- ther. It occurred to them, however, that it would ba well to save themselves, if possible, in regard lo the uts of tobacco. "l)id JJr. ever stnokn r . asked tha chairmau. "1'bat" said their host, "was one of his most regular tiatnts. tie was uot oltea without a pipe iu nis niouin, wnen not engaged proles- sionallv. He did not soiok( in bed." "Surely, , en days of the week . My e randlalher'i hahifs, tolas 1 have observed"- "Oh, confound your grandfather and his hahits,"hroka in the qtis yonr I Honer, out r.f all patience. . "1 your par ed doa. si', hot il is not nerensary lo pursue this i subject any furlhor." Botton tbvrier. then, he osd tobacco in no niher weyf png- '"'" ""octer. "My ,r.adlather, i""' S""'W afternoon, gentlemen, Pr - chased a certain quantite of p.gtail toUcco, ay, from iweniyone to twei.ty three tnct.ee in length; tbi, he cut op into .ever, different portions, one ol wlnrh, per day and no mnrr, ha ased lir rhewin in lh mwht rA the . i General Butler's Farewell Address. slrrKN General Butler's Farewell Address. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA, ARMY OF THE JAMES, January 8. 1 j ' , j 'ron-barred gales of prejudice, opened new ''"Ids ol freedom. liburlT and equably of rinhts i 10 yourselves and your race turever. Com bis fades of the Army of the Jame.', 1 bid you farewell, fsrowelt. flollitr$ of llie Army of the Janet: Your commander, relieved by order of the l'resident, takes leave of you. Your ooudaut in the held has extorted praise Iroin the un willing. You have endured the privation of '117 ' you have stormed and carried works deemed I irr i reg liable hy the enemv; vou have shown the pjitiou lo he so by holding them against i . .... r K I nil nercesi aanlt in the attempt lo retake tntm. i bose ski, I'd in war have marvelled at the obstacles overceme hv vour valor "ur lines ol works have excited the wonder ' of olhVers of other nations who have, come lo I ',''rn de'ensive war from the inoiiutiieioe of J.'ur ,lMf,i Whor Tuur deeds have render- iflyour name illustrioos. In afur times j vour General's proudest memorial will he to I ""' yon, "I, ton, was of tho Army of Uie .lames To share such cool turn ionium j, . ,,t..wr, ; , par,,,.!,,,,. in (u',.h BcU , . an honor ; lo bave conimamled such an army lmJ- No ""' '!.! " iihout r. grei. rvnowinir vioir wiiiimv nt.rfia..,.A in itnesning vour ready devotion of vour blood in country's cause, I have been chary of llie : . .. I" ' ",un ir;e coiiiiiieu to me. i nave re- f,1M.d ,orrter the nsele.a srtcrifice of the lives ol such soldiers ; and while 1 am relieved """ n,n c,,n""'"'l. aled blood of my hcIioij I am re scumble to ti.-nl and my couu- "T j !''Y;nJ''1 'V" f Junes; In this army you have been in-aled. mil tHOorers. but ns soldiers. You have snovii yourselves wormy hi Itu ttnilorm you we r. The best tilliaers of the Union army seek to command yon. Your bravery has won tha admiration even of those who would be your musters. Yonr patriotism and cour age have illustrated the best qualities of man hood. With the havonet von have unlocked BENJAMIN F. BUTLER, Major General. The Passport Excitement in Canada. Our Montreal, Quebec and Toronto ex looked changes t yesterday contain abundant ev period idencr a of the excitement still existing there, in relation to the enforcement Ol Mr Seward's Passport system. The Montreal Herald pro file nonncea it an "intolerable nuisance" while on Munday the conductors of trains on the Great Western Railway would not be allowed to pursue iheir ordinary vocations on the bridge at the Palls without a passport and passengers were subjected to close inspection by "the myrmidons of the American Provost Marshal." The Spectator odds: "Tha result of all this ia that the passenger traffic on the Great Wslern, and trains con near necting with its terminus, hat been consider in ably iejurtd. We have been informed that a convention, composed of delegates from the roads referred to, is in contemplation " A telegram from Quebec to the Toronto Globe savs: "The demand tor passports since Friday ), kenl his Kveellen..v .n.l tl,. P.....:.i we learn from tha Hamilton si,.., .k.. Seeretf.rv h. Th ...t. .j i. - -h' vounuiB must he making a fortune. It ia considered doubllul whether the American Government will relax iheir order nm.l ih .,.;.l. . given tin." j I O - .. Comptroller McCullnugh has prepared a bill tax'ng ti e notes of local hanks at the rale of three per cent , commencing April 1st, and an additional one half per ceut. each month thcrealter unlit tha ,-.;m.,. of six per cent, is reached. This will drive oat of circulation this class of paper money which amounts to about $130,ll00,0il0, but cannot sen now it is to contract the preseut volume of currency while National lianks are inoreasing the circulation at tha .rate of two lo two and one hall millions a week, arid Mr. Peajondea ak for ili.n.a. linnary power to maka further issue of Gov- ernment paper. Isn t it like stopping the spigot ami opening tbe hunghole'f Vinein- nut Gazette. A Convention of self-annninle.l atmliiinn delegates assembled at Nashville the other dev. abolished slavery bv resolution inaiH thai old bUckpuard, I'araon Hrownio, for Governor. The Republicans pretend to b greatly rejoiesd at the privilege ot bailtoff Tennewwi as a 'reo Bute I TennMM is about ns free as Missouri. Maryland, Mexico ana i oiana crtats. ; ; New Advertisements. t 1 ' , , AOMlFlHIUi ATOR'iTlIuri)P TtKAL II"UBB H ?" .T ."' WY UnU JMJU H'UKtTi. llavl.l K. Boy.r, AJmi.istrstrror I'.ni.l K. 1.rsos, uraw,, MfwiiM wnsnn. usrsuu, widuw, .1 I u PrntiAts Court of Moutanmarv nnintlw ni.ln l n )iiriuiiicf, or sn or.t.r vruiiu-l ry th Irott. I f UnniKnmwy oouuty.ohio, I will oirr fur At ll,a ,la.,r nf . I.- u ?.'.!.' , ut?rn "." !"""" '" n.t .four nvu k . m. or! " " .,... nuumuiiauiini i.t nn nan, ,,a in Ui. cty of hay ton, In th. cenm, of Mou'ts,.niary . tnef .lliiwiox ilrscrihad rud cnutei Hltiis t "nul,"u',1'" """.tn-wu: Lotnuioiraiitwitii,ii.aiid ' '! "'! W. i. d , ui"ic UU ill u;ai Ol HAIU Hlly Ol UHVtllB. tt"tl Mfwiwrty .wMtuatMl mwm bh mrurr of Wnyna KiX' xm'c"""ul' rrni. oi ania, 11..11 in nana; X in on. yaar, srwt " lu,w' rru'" "' '" dafarrad t.- Z'JT t. hVi's" I A.iu.'r of iim situ. of Dauul it. t araos, .le.i'd. ' w' il- tll,"-L- Aturatv. Jaaiati AUMINISTKATOR'8 NOTICK XTtJTIOl is hrrehy tlya. ihst the snhwritwr hts J. hccii cpomu-.i and usiirled a. Aduiiiu.iraior "-"- iwDmn, tat. a Moni.vm.ry OH tl j"i.i'a ..unly. oiuo, dacaaaad. PHOEBI BRA01LIN. T K B JK. T E R. 1 RKCJC JOL. I I A.L.L ! -i- .rJ 4 A- Mo '-Lflb- twvtt AM) MANsGRB Mr. . W,P. -. for , he uaihre. m,ih. L.ee an. Mnnurer t.r tti New (ir II ue, ('uiumii, ree,rOullv i-niioune, to th eiltsns t IiftTtia lh4 KM KKfAIMSKN IS remmroxing WK01K.SDAI KVIMXU, JA.M'IKT lth, When will b rMDi(l for ih 1irM tim li ytB Hi fftvat H a i'tu Moral lrmnof th A, In Uur Ate m,. v'nhi lat.lfiuiK, enUilrtJ THE TICKET i) LEAVE MAI, riifttTiivvii w jm.tr tiit1 rrry wHin hf USt pmi l , th prt m, n 1 th nn'i'it. Tt-f ihn, will m r wiih th f;M v rMWlh ( Mi Kulirw OolumtMt Oprrn llnutf mpiiif, kintfoAvi of faoitiA at hm twlAr- .I in tup iToi-iuitou. r. r fmruoiii m wn ro nn-iniei' lfceI.T. lmr oin nt rmmrnrc iU T1 pmrinfljr. A'tniiflition 50 oaiiu, UUlerr :t6 tnt. iW K. U. ItAlLKT. A!. 1inKfc;r BimK L-T n ftaurta7' Iami ih nnt ut rdwr loK n lrfo f'nolioi Book ronUnniOK tu iwofn Mfrn nj fi'H uotiAfft in moovy, mfti iHir- iiAnin m ?-r chun- fni m rhct-k en Hitrahmmn A Orrmn'it Hnk frr f 1. tnTi4e lo EIiBAlwtli Miilr. Th netl. rwM pi rruiru thm foi k?! Hook to ih oiu'-fin'r, or to 'nr. Biu. nr the roar Mil Hour on (tie VfDtUhft P k . Th )ymnt ol lh vherk Ortrl fvf-U IO'prJ. PKTITION FOU PARTITION. Mnry nubpr v. Gftorxa Hatter. JmoH flahrr, Jho n iinir, nutruM iiuuer. aiic iiubcr, 1.111 Ana Uuber. Cuxt of Common ric" of Vontgomorr county, Ohio. In 1'Miittion. rnnnaK HUHtK.or iht suite of Tltmois. Jacob X Uutr, ol M. JuHftiih coiinlT. ln l'nu!t. John K iut-, lnrti.n Untjv-r. Ahr Utiieiir auJ Ann K. llutxr II or Bloiiltfi inri ft uuly. Ohio, mil Uk oln tttiU pitf)oii wk 1 AtonQiat ili-m 00 the Win Jijr of JftDur, Ufil, in tin Court cf Commou Plft of Montxtimi'ry rouotjr, Ohio, y Mnrf huhr, ml it n pentl nir. whv-r m n ) Maiy iluhr rlemnHi rr tition of Hi fctiit.wimc r) c-inie, to-wit: Viimtf in Urf cimi ol !UotiiKnirT ait.t it of Ohio, lo. No, i n n tn U'-viinrr a naiition to the town or Miftro lahort', in -m. 1 iMMtoty, a . at of wtnch is rvoord-l in I'bit RMik A, i ti t( tn riworilii of Moolsjomery cnuniy, oh'o; Attii that at Oi Of l tTin of wutl Cot ifiH n'1 M-srt- HuheT will ily lor an orJur lbat pnr- MAKT UliBF.K A oa il CtsAT, A Horary. FAUM l OU 8ALK IRTWKI!I now And the 11 dsv of MmnIi A. I J imIi, Mtli tw-il hi imvjiIh lf my fsmi xiiuHteJ t iniin rni or ii.mwt.uri. Wou'koih rv counlv. Ohio f'in ronlAtn- fH m-rw, t in a good tttt of i-ul- tiTHiiMn. hxion it a tT-'ed fntniA houn and m inrti 'wn, nnpfin'iium 1 1 mm ir-a or lftf Teinety, in Iwnriiift order, a fxood proportion of naid lantl hat upon a th ry bfat ol ti t br; nmn wtr in l nii arn . I or prn f oiner pnrtii'iitan. plrftc Mill on Hit cuts r iicr. ou t)i prnii'M. or of Adam t'lT. m liTinNi.uri, uino. Tf mi", y4 iMfh on April 1, lafiA, a in on, and y iu two yearn itierparter. i"-Mt t-AMlkL 7,KHRTN. DENTAL CVllU DR. K. tMXWlY, WOULD rpecl ul)y inform the citsonaof Dy t n ti at h MiU lUHprt irholfi nis f trth un- P r and low-, oa iik;Amxtd Kutiunr, io ih moat MllrUVtl AIXl .WttUtl Mil Ml Vie DlH IHKlriKi unit a.lmi I of lor the oum ol I to, um.iik the beat iiuUensl ami varnmunK him work ln HAtiftta. Uon. Th w- wOo aisli 10 have tv-(h iniMrted on KubWt wuulU do MOll to rl( at ku oltk' ,Nu. Thud atrcal. ttliorc they ran be AtvorMiiiotUued witti auy niatonai or auy yle ol tUt they may desire. jialbdAwSiu fiT.il V KKS(IN8 DESIROUS or ins tli.tr HAV llA.W.-i TUytU CARKPUl.hr Slid pprfccllv, wilt t:.ai.a nT. orrfprs al HUT'l'tR SIKI.P lUlNtrs lillllK AMI PAPER BTOUK, uornrr ol Third and Main strrela. ('nn!.'' i. RUKCIEST. Professionl Card. 1sAWNOT1CE. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM, JAS IlifoUMCn THE PKACTIO OP LAW. Orncs (forth. rt.anl st his ra.id.iiv., No."J2ll Tirntsir.ct, lnyt,,n, nhio. Orrics lluusa Irimi IS A. M. lo tlir. P. H. Ii.vtos. u. Nov.nilstrl'Jtri, ls(4. navltu MILITARY!! P&EPARE F0R 11IK DRAFT. TttK nmloriind hsv. (xnt s RcriiiliDs Offlc. I No. ins TlnrJ .Irctt, (Dhio Illock.) titular Ilia rovohl ftiarHlial's utiles, tut ar prepared Ui till tha MUCUS nl I ha vari',11. sllli-,1 Hindi, at tholoweat rsu-s. v un a call lfiirc.iii slncwtinrs. 'I h.i lilulivst prioe pact lo vuluulxurn and ul,lilulc, and a lilrl .utn aid to soy puricn t,rinHiOK us rocruita. JiMKI'll I'l'MN, I.Kuf Ih.Niiioty-lhitd, l. l. ANTuNUTai, Ju7ila.ld 1 liird slrsel, Ohio Block. T II K DliAFT. 300,000! l'KEPAUE FOR THE DRAFT! CI1KIHT. R. B.0KI,Klt. FRANK ORAUMANN, Ult.'IIAUO CHAMIlEKi., JOHN U.KliANK. ARK riarnd to n't. pontrocta snd till tha iiiioWs of lonhiH sod Wards under Urn call lor uoi, ti uluuUars. CimniiU:rr..ii maka uoulracla wilh citliar of tlio iil.ovn parlies, and kav. clioir auolaa Tuui,Uy lilted. ' orricK, so. wo tiiikd stbrit, , Ivor K-iiiir HU.pgwIiuan's oirtce. Addrrss Ihrouah IValatlic , law.Mni 0. a.-HCKI,Klt A no. A FaRM for saieT IULF A MILE KKOM DA1T0N. 3tIK anlwcriliar will salt kis Ksrm within hnlf a milaaf tha aity ol Dayton, and sdjoinms Hi. mi ty and ram.Htl, on lha Uarmaalown Pikt. Th. ataios 47 acros, mor. or lesa, anl is III. bant litom land. Kor furihar Informsti.o a.l . th. sulM?rttar, oa til. prpnnsa.. ootis-wtf HANIKIi HHAFVKR. Farmers & Mechanics Hotel Np;W AUUANOEMENT. "WAONEH So shirk: c (sUOSBaSOa VO MHBU1.B. STaiaRLBW) HA VB takan this old and nopulsx Hotel on arrsnd slraat, Hiiytoo, and hope by their attention lo hUHin.H. ia siiMUvin u wetl-aarntid raputaliou ut this wrll koown houne The Mrvicoa ol Mr. Henry rustor, so widely knowa hsra been retainMt as Clailt. ' Tha ptiooKo: its fowncr frludsis conddantur utkiiolBd. auipi. daw WANTKU Hit HrtTI'l' VTEb W. .ill luruish sub. atitntasoa appliralioa sod muslar tnent la I. bdv Ihstnct in tiluo. Alwtys pronar.d to racaiv. ra crilils Th. Inirhcst liouuly paid. A lilirraj fa. to liaranoa hrinsiriK recruiu. Oltata, room No. I. Paat urh.-a itinidtua. d. Wdll MITCH RLL, allliLKB A CO. JOHN VKNUS' liSTATK. NIITIIIR is harehy siva. that the anaennaned has lieeu duly .ilkiuUmI and nualirlada. adMUstnv- lor 90 lh l.uu Vaults, dac.ea.ed. Novamliar all, Uoi. ..rile-, aw UAKVr VstNtJa, TUUNl'lKK ELECTION. rpit K Hliu kliold.rs f Ike Dayion WoaSern Turnpike 1 Omnpaiiy sra nalilind that Ihcra will Iwan aiao. lion hold si hurley M'I'svcm.Weht Aleisndri..l'rt'nle c..,0oti tli. soiond Mondn(9lh)ot Jsousry, Isa1!, lor the .laoltou of flv.tlwo.tors to sarv.Jha .osuius yr. , A.N It U fitlaLAF, . Clothing. 5,000 MEN AND BOYS W A N T E D ! (Si-.. TO BUY OVERCOATS, TKAVELINO SHIRTS, BUSINESS SIT8, ENGLISH WALKING COATS OIIAWERS AND WNDEnSHlRTS Foe lass monay lhaa any other Clothing Uotts. in Dtt' to.. Wahaalaava t. raroiud Ih. bntjia that wa rfsnd in connection with a lsra WholaxalalHoitiing ManulsctUriOff llonaa in t'ltacnnaii ahicti nartainlv analrias Hn to tfiv. tlio aliov. l.duo.rnants. n. ax. ouastamtr raotavaia (Ua laiaat atytaa or MLS' and YOUTHS' IL0TIIIG, Which ia cwol.iHf slaotMj ftod wll mul. OrM anil exAtaiiu our nxutik ol fJloUtmn, umtorm fHiruliHHitiv Uvher, t 1 O 8 MAIN 8THKKT. - ' 1 : . : - . 1 1 r Afnts No Mistak. la Uialr aumbw and S1UN, W.'.IICn I1ANG3 OUT AND IIBADS CLOTHIERS 1 astvli-laadAw" Mala ttrww. Medical CI'KES Gonitis Colds, Cor. Throat, Annans, Constimplion. Il is only nccc-seaiy lor i'h) on. troubled wilh lhaa. eomptsitits to try one bottle ot Strickland I Mellifluout Cough BaUam to convince them thst ills tha bast preparation ever need. It not only cures the slstva sflactions of the Throat end l.onii., Isil It cure. Nllil Bweala si d Sisilini of HI' od and is en esnelleal ssritl. ler sa kiod ol Hore 'liiriMt. 11 is pleaeniil In inkc.audi ..fa incilicioa l.r infants. Trie. e Cents per l.tt!e. S'oraala by druiKlU lenerslly. .ilt EVRKTBOPY In hc'nj- cumt ol tkifi 4liMtrpaicf( UiKOftMe by (h dm of Dr. Strickland i riU Remedy. Rpivl wlml thf4 y who bTn ui tt Mr. f'tmrlm W. Liid.ni, tl LouiHtiM, nnJ Mr. J, P Hnutnlf, OirM'iimnti.i , .mln iTrurfd ut iT linifii; ne pot ol Ir. Htrkklanfl'i. Pit- H-m1y. 1 ly vf th? hnvi fried cTcrythln Irtit rrntrt otrfnin m rrln- hut" one Hotot Ntrtrklnnit'i. Pi! Hytnljr i fli' inl pm-ltN't cure nr utltrmf lor mnoj T.nr with ihr worntkiD't of Filea. 1'iiey rtubn.mvntl extr? rn who in HUfltrtnfjc to It It. Ask for Dr. FMcManr$ ISte Rtmety, t Sohi hy tlniffu-iflu, roin pot. MsunlartHiet. at No. Ktwt Kourtli al.Cim'innati, U. in 14 FLUX. Strickland $ Anii-Cholera Mixture. 18 componitiun of fAtringeulnt i.or.- iiif, tlimu Ian in and crminaii?ii, hirti veiy h,Mt mn . kaowUnJa im the oniy irt-ralkn tl.it ll n'ccl a 'nnaufi.l cureof aJih.iI. mi,.i I after . 1 hi Anli Cholirm Mixtura ia now in us in aonto of ur amtv h0Huuila where it gma th r-atei Hnlielac Urn, fi ha taveU ih live of thoiiwimla or our hi l tela ai.tl otlisaiis,sud we .III itusrsuteeit lo be the lint HOjb- oy iu -tie worm lor Liiarriicssnil Jiyfcnleiy. Air Wavds.ol t'ovlrgton. My., .ill lie nil lupi ' to satisfy .nv one a. lo the virtue ol Sfrii .lend'. Acti Ukolus Muture; in ttu t . have . greet uumt r 1 1 leetimouials from palitDte alio have tn cuittl alii i baini pronounced in nrsl le hy Iheir t l yeirisne. u n a snerbikiug only oue lotlienl tHrlcsfsnd'a Ai.ri Ihoi eraMlituie. If vou sutler with lH.rihta and ivsen tery try one tmttlc n,4 . -a I l-J J a. I l'HOl'EMMOH OK WU !' OMLT OKKBINIC HAIR RESTORER! DISKASES OF THK JWCAi.i'. , 3pH & akill of tha medieal facolty m treat in K tliKeaKex L ol th atrnlf tuusin a majority ol .anett, been ll . J by thiH, Utt moHi evui'ar dMiu uf lit hLiiiai. frame. U ia uot to b wondered at, aa il n qtiirr Mifi atuiy, d.ep r aanh andacaretu. invn.Unt.ou i.iicauaa whiuh (ndiwe tl.tt diHenht. IuIiivh the eitufo ia dieH-overotl.it ia an mur in.nhilify t trad oat the diaeaft and cttect a permaiieul i;uif. liHeaaea ol th aralp have .-een pronounced rtwuraM by aoiiiv or the muht eminent ithymciauH. J have de voted IBAHS Olf HTIiUV To I hi a peculiar part of the human .raroe. rdJ i imu aaliMtled that 1 poaaeHa THK ONLY HRNKD1 rioatraa known thai would permanently rrasiua -- wiwaw luvuiauoi uitMMa UI Ijie IHlft I. ., , BALT RHKL'M.bCAl.D BKAl, 1 And other oiitaneoua diheaaeK. and restore the tuur t thoao who hav become ijdd. To n.ake good the aaaertioa. 1 h ill forfeit i FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS If 1 fail lo cure the worst caaea ot dmtwed a-nlp f th I unseat atandux witii tlio OUt.T OKNOIMK 11A1U USC8TORRI1. Rend the following: Tkifmvwu of M)t. Sarah flouM.)' ' ... AtiAH.NimYow. PaoF. I'kMunm: 'Iwo yenra ago my aralp i-tK-an.e diaeiifed.afiil my hair cnminf lit:, d ttHali out Ver ISM. ; Tae iliaratsv .prctui until my wntp na one fe,ti, tM aor. II liecitine v.-r ( jiihu; my r.; i,b iitp.ii wnn ' hnken; (he huruinx und iti-hirp i-ennatldn wa ninni,-' ' portable; I would 1y r-n 'v n'ter retneoy, but only momentary tvu t , , w ri i.i.iai. - oi an of thin city. I wut iuti rined by them that 'the 1 uifieafie wnn wnit-n my tmip waa ami'ted waa tr r hi-H hh- um, and that tbry t'ouht not bcnelkt nre. I read' ' jour adveniHemem and eondnded to commit yon. ' You aaxured me that vou would eradicate the .1... i.m ' and reHtore my hair, which had become very thin. niwiiiiM pn-ii.ut:w i piiuiu my wit in your nangf. and the roulU are, I I ave a luxuriant head ftf t an my M-alu ih uerfctly well, and my hair haa et-atcd u " lail out. Hei. pert Ail ty yourn, Mai. baaau Gould, No. tlT South Peart tret. It ia afoct acknowledged hyaHahohnve ted Ih Hair KoMtorer, und their name la Legion, that tt la THK ONLY PUJCl'ARi. 'MOM V'' That would eflfhetually and fpermanenlly reatora th nsur-ii miH-s wnorw iwu, ana prevent i , . 1HK HAIR f-ROM ALL! NO OVW. The lame and ranidlv increaain aale of n.Minraii talhe atrouKe-tavhlenceof the mauuold beitehu it ooulwrrmH upon .i . ' THK BrWAN riMILT.. M : ,: i The confidence of the pbMki haa been obtained, and they all unite iu aitHiiug Lo ita merit and vaul mi i out . I OVER ALL PREPARATIONS Rver iatrliduced. 1 do not reoomtm nd my prera- lion tooauHO hmr to Krow at a ket id treMy aa inuisy raontliH, aa it ia aimpleimtoiMibility( aud UlU) m " oonaiateut with Uie lawaof Nature. rl o tho w ho are akeptioai or iocredulouu, 1 wdJ make a beua tide uneu 1 wilt forfait (On Thouaand I'otlar.O if 1 tall to euro the wrret " caaoa of partial balUneaa, tinder fifteen yeara aiand- '"TUJfi ONLY GXM INI HAIR XCSTOftlCll ' Thia woa4rtUl remedy ia aold by drujuiat genr ally. ir TOUR DHU(WIWT HAH NOT GOT IT MENU VUH IT. M B. Onrea guaranteed in every eaae where tie di rectinna for rae are implicitly obeyed. t aTPrtno. ft per bottle, or aix boiUea fcrfft. ' ' PRtir. U. A. 1K MUWW, Bel Proprietor. Mo. 8U Orautn atreet. fMMlY Albany. New Yortr. ' UKUUT'S SALE . , o VALUABLR PRt-PKBTY IN C ITY OP TAtToN. John McLean, Administrator ol John MtaMfcbergcrp deoaaad((va. Kdmuod auekei t at, t C-e No. .iMi, BY virtue ef, and iu obedience to, an order f ap main by tn linnerior (Vmrt of httHKmery county, Okio, I w ll otV-.r at publw aaJ at the door at tlie Court Heuee In Payton, on imtwnu, Jmmmry 14, laV, At two eRlona p m or aaid day, Uim tolleaioa Ue a. ritd reaJanUtH.vii: Ixtanumr-red two thousand aix hundred and thre('i.t) and four thouawn! and aety-one (aowltaa deaifmated on the revised piatoj theiiy of DUn,in theueuatyof Monifveauery and aiete of Ohio. ' Lot No iuxki Laalttiated en We a Third atreat north aide, on wnieu there ia a Urte Iwo atory IraMo dwetb i ha and other out buiideif boaae ho aO-end baa ' beu airfraUd at a,otMI. LotNe.ouwl ia a vacant lotandexUnda (rem Aah loy atraotto Prank a4smt,near Warren atitet, and aa been appiaiaed at ML Th above deamihed pmperty eannol nell for leaa thaa teo-uurda of Ita aivpreieed value. unwriMiv wtuABtAN,bheriN Moot, count v. UPLIK A U4HII.I, AttOiueya sJ.M,lsawl KVKf'IITnH'M MATirv - ww,v tt U I I v MM. PVVI1 l,n,lu..M. fc. i . 1 1 . L "" "pnoinieo: and uimii i Had aa Ke.-uura f the eatate ol tetei Kbchy, ! . PfcTKR MHaHI.Y. !Tw RL1AJ J-BaMLV.