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'."" T H V K.SDAV, JANUARY Hit, W..
Current News Items. Note f the City Batik of Perth Am lioy arw not ioeive.l by the broker. The, threw wnt issue) of fratitional cur rency in ont. Hudson Ourney lately iliod in England " aged ninety, ami worth S10.000.000. " Postmaster ar oliliga.l i reeeive and xdmnge stamp far fraction! enrreney, aaitatttr liov. mnoh delaoel, traveled "P" twetilit'lh lit le "t missing. Tim Crisis ay truly : Tho object, of the formation of tho Federal Government was to mnko more seenra those rights which the Stale lrosscaserl, not to grnnt right". A femnlo anaconda, in St. Louia, re ' eently gavehirth to a litter of tuirty-turcw youriK ones I It would give a epectator 4$lirium trtment to look at them. - . T. it.. J. Rt-niuk, of Piikaway county, lately sold a pair of oxen for 8475. There was a large auction aalo of wool in New Yoik Otis week. Ohio (We brought 90; Kow York State 91; and tub washed fleece 81.15. Forty-eight fainiliei, and one hnndred men and women beside, hare been banish ed from their homes in Missouri, by order of Gen. t?auborn. on the charge of har. boring guerrillas. There was a slight ' decline in gol.l yes. tevday, at compared vvitli the advanced prices of tho morning. It closed at 2053. The firo in Iluffnlo proved quite disas trous The loss is estimated at S500.0U0. A number of dry goods stoves, bakeries, restaurants, Ate., together with the Amoii can llotel, were destroyed. What are known as (.lie Black Laws of Illinois, with the exception of the law forbidding marriage between whiten and blacks, will probably be repealed. A bill for this purpose has paused the Senate of that State. .' ,"' ' ' Our morning dispatches are move than usually interesting, and the reader is re ferred to onr telegraphic columns. Pence rumors still prevail in Washing ton. The report to which the Herald give publicity is absurd; bnl Mill it shows that the diioction of tho public mind is to ward a cessation of this horrible war. Peace will come, on mine trims, and thnt before many months, we- confidently hope. The Commercial still adheres to its bloody instincts, and it is uiih great re luctance that its correspondent give cur rency to the minora ol i'iu-e which thick en the air in every section of the country. "Muck" writes troin Waoliingtoii, under date of Jan. '2 1th : "Pence rumors are still living in every diiectioii, and there are not a few here, even in official circles, who lay the dangerously flattering unction to their souls, that tho end of the r, through the restoration of tho Union, is immedi ately at hand. A lew days will dispel this illusion, ami then will coma an un healthy reaction, full of despondency, and calculated to work great mischief." It is from the re-action that we hope great good. llcpublicau editors ju-t now have a dif ficult task to perform. It is iucuiube:it upon tkem to prve Hist That the Con federacy is broken down, destroyed, and unable to make longer lesisinuce to the Federal army. And, svaoud, they have to establish tko fact, that the Confederacy is still so strong and vigorous, as to pre scribe it own let ins of settlement, and that nothing but separation and iudejiend ence will be accepted by it. ' ' ' The Washington correspondent of tho Commercial, says that the debate in Con gresa ia but a taint indication of the nni mosity which exists against Stanton. The DumHerleaa esses of cruel and malignant and lawless persecutions of which this man ia the author, ate being investigated, and it is to be hoped, will cost him his official head. The correspondent speak . , . - ... 1- ... i , of hup. M "the dictatorial genlliuan jVilion v..iK.i ..i'i,...i,.i..h .iJii..'. ' 1. v. ,sr . a - m ,. , k.r 'iw the war otlu'fc A Womau m0tl vlM deposition ' that 'her "husband had been ' 1. ,( a " 1 ' ,1 1 i'L '. 1 chained to ll- floo of. iUOU C a, ol imuaii i,T eitrhl mnntlitj. aiktl that nMilltMr ".T ' U knAup tli ftfr..n with wlii,.!, U . ,. '111 CorreNponaent or me uinmeroiM . I . . 1 . . --1 o ,..!. iv. O DO ..j v - .,.! t- (I Th inn. uj .u, u.-.. ........ , reason is. that when asked to elct an ex- ..nmi tiriaononi ha'mmla tha h.ntal chang of prisoner, na made tne bintat reply : "I'll d-tt tl ' 111 exchange healthv men tot skeletons. . , , . t Anew oatun ol liactionai cuiraucy is to U iasueJ. " .', . ... ,7, .: ,' ,. n tn Rj,,...,.. . i ' xcr.r AUD v,.. " sutwu, .---o The Committee on Way an 1 Mean in tba TTotise have agwwl not to lax tartto bac-o. The well-known Confederate steamer ll.iviet Ut.e, has imn Octroyed in ll.v ana, Cnl. by lire, aaid to have been cm- muuicHted by one of the crew Mr. lilair has not yet returnct irom Richmond. The New York Tin.r' Vih- ington corrcspomlent say. that popular opinion has created a desii for pcac. . J Seven tinndeed thousand dollars in sp cie went to Europe Wednesday from New Yoik. The Investigating Committee have got through with lttitler' failuie at Wilming- ton. Their report has not yet transpire.!. It i rumored that Hugh McCullongh will be made Secretary of th Treaaiiry. It he had been a poim.nl in the fust place, he would have avoided the blundeis ,if I '), (,tr b hu linancial skill aud -. - kuowledge; but his skill aad knowledge will not enable to repair the blunder, al- readT comuiiMed An ass iu the Ohio Legislature, ly the uauio of Tuppu, has introduced a ptearu lile and resolutinua iu that body, instruct ing Congress to abolish polygamy. Arbitrary Arrests When "Discriminatingly Made." ru ...e cuiu.ut-a auu uiiievuue oi me neo- . ! . . .i , n .1 if1' ln v"w the usnrnation. All such Tl.eie ia a par published in Spring field, in this State, called the 'News,' Ihe chief characteristic of which is the amaz ing garrulity of its editor. The stream of hia talk flow in unceasing, (ever ending, muddy, frothy, foamy votnme. He ia Yankee born, and seems lo have monopo lized all the talk of tho uuiversal Yankee nation. Ho must, in hia time, have beeu a vendor of Magic Oil, dotie the 'blowing' for a stink" and ruuiimiev sbjw, anil trav eled w ith a great variety of patent traps, churns and washing machines. Such a talker as he isl Kveiy evening come out his little paper, brink full and running over with hia Yankee gab. Thera ia no thing of manners or morals, of politic or literature, of history or acieuee, of war or peace nothing in the heavens above, or in tho earth beneath, or in the waters tin. dcr the earth that this loquacious Yan kee does not have something to any about. Our hypothesis is, that failing health com pelled him to resign the oil, 'bluwor,' and patent Tight business, and that he was constrained to establish a paper, and lot himself off evciy evening, to guaid a guinat the calamity of inevitable disten tion and cousoipient blawing up. One of tho myriad subjects which he hes discussed of late, ia tho "Secretary of War," and thus he discourses of arbitra ry atTcvta: ' j "Arbitrary nriests, iu themselves, when disciiiitiiialiiigly directed, are not ubuox ioiw In the loyal people at large." "When discriminatingly directed," wo admit to lie good, lint pray, Mr. Tulka- ative, w!,o shall be judge to d'eido when "arrests em discriminatingly directed," save the power that orders snch arrests lo be made? It ia on ef the incidents of this power, that, if allowed at all, tho justice of its exercise is not to be ques tioned. Iu the single sentence we have qootod, the writer has betrayed an unpar donable stupidity, which totully unfits him for tha position of an editor. ; If airests, howevtr arbitrarily made, were always 'discriminatingly directed,' there would bo no necessity for tho preli -v!" millet-I I i. miliary affidavit and warrant, or mcnt. which the Constitution aud laws have provided as a safgnard against op pression ami wrong. It ia because that, neither in the hand of u Hot-rotary of War, nor a I'reiJeiU .of 1hi United Slates, nor any other, functionary, howevun exalied, can such a power, qver the safety of the oittVmt be entrusted, that it is allowable tM no free Government, and ia the certain mark rand characteristic of Despotism, wkerevar exertvd, . , There in no wise, or agacjousor patri, otp citiicu, that did not view, with dream .l.rm the first exercise of the power of .. i - arrest witnotit law, ana whose consterna- tiiai was not heightened when he witnesa- ..ii.i.'j 'ijj.l. i ' :. . . ' ' knew t what aeosaea the newer in.v la-1 I . , i . ... . . ?,-, " I11 1ti,i7 wteft ll ',' ! "awiti to he abub(l; ttinl Viw fearful . . 1 J J . ' I .a .'..A 1 ' .-- 1" iKMiiwii i ,,,1 Kill Ifl t Itmllll aslfVtl (It I. It I tv AikAt. 11 J mtlssan Awaan thai 1.1 a...a;j 1 . .... i v ' " mi- ' .... 4 .K. l . a I 1 uuwia ol tlte neon p take a arm at arbi- ' uuw Iwinr lilQ Hinrm at RrUl tratv arrests, and avow that thev annrovo " - . . - - j of, fhem "diacriutinalinglv tli- rectod." 1 i. W U-.. y . f,ittr, 4c, Ac , are now busilr employed ia loo.ti.eing their ia.dar. tbav whan ,l,ey M SrWe not that several of onr olompo. rr',i wn" eageriy prociwmaa Mr Miair w 'lalkeo, tbey knew potbiyig or tbe matter, Thi effort, it strikes us, it entitaly uperrio-' i 4 -r'i' ' .1. 1 I' .' I The Fenian Congress. ' , j : "TMt My of mm; Tot omt!m In iVi." ! ston m (. .ncinnati. brought their assembly ttf an adjournment on Friday last. The ' repose of the Fenian Urothe.hood is to longer denied, It i iatended, by rwoln tionj to restore to Ireland the indeneadenoa I . w.e.. .... .... .u rvog liar exiled sons, dispersed in every Ucali- ty of these States, have caught the martial spirit prevalent hor , and ai esger for thaj Conflict aihiilt is sure 'to Crinie', and whSch despite all former defe.l and are eonhdent will result ui Die freedom of. their native laud. The organisation this otoat cmispiiary, for auch it is, wil' no doubt add much to the unpleaiaut com-1 plication already existimi Utween touutry aol KngUnd. nf ' Remarkable Narrative. I 1 tba course of coovanation they happen- ed to .peak to Sav.g. 'about lt: , rf, - j I The following aeeouut of soma aiuular ....' ..f ....... J ... i ... . .. in . m hi in rpr. unii nini in ti'iiii 9 pM 0 ih. wotJ. i, k.u from a volume an titled "Savage Afriea," etc, etc . by W Win. wock! Roads, baptr ikirtyfijat. TbearrM ia Macarlbs Island, an Kniilisb military post , . f. . . , g n , ul Alnca. . "At the C'linmoneemeat of the rainy sta- son ot lftitl. Mr. Mesle, a sialTastislsin ur- Hon, was seised with malarious (ever, 'J he 'l)ofr' arrived soon alter, brinfinga Mr UatnplMill to relisve him. Mr II win was taken on hird the 'Dover,' shook hands wild the captain on deck, went balow, aud expired alrooit immediately. Mr. Treitrail, his colleague, sat down lo write out Ihe eai. t. It is Still preserved in the in the medical report book l the surgeons' qaarter , j Toward the cn4 the hand writing changes, becomes aneven, and soiniims scaruely leg ihle. A few hours atlerward Tresirail was a corpse. Tha two surgeons were hurie.l to ysilier. Mr. Campbell wrote out a report of Ti straill a case, lie slept alone in ihi quarters in ms same nea in wnicn uie mners Una ated. Mr. Savave ia a trader on lie island. A few days alurward Campbell cam" to biin and asked bim to give bun a bed, Savaga com- plied with bis request "Don't you like your quarters?" he said i repnta ueraptiett, ' I Dave seen Beale. And," he added, "I shall never see ! my poor wilo and children any more j ur. Campbell also soon died, no impor tance was attached to his words, "1 have seen ! tteale." It was supposed to be merely a! aream ol which be bad spoken. lha wards I bad .1 not been for that which tterw,ds,0v( eurrea. , i j u j . . - Thn voiuinaudani'a quarters, a detached building, stands about fiiteen yard Irom tim sargenu'a quarters, alio a detached building. A sentry ia stationed over each Captain Wilcox and Dr. ItraiUhaw were aittiug one evening ia the piazza of the commandant's qua-teia, when they bear. I a shriek from the other hailding, and a soldier, livid with (right, and without bis musket, rushed into Ilia pi t7.zi Captnin Wilcox, supposing him drunk, put bim under arrest, The nrxt morning, being examined, he de clared that while on guard at tbe surgeons' quarters, a gentleman dreiscd in hlaek had cum toward him.' He had never seen biin halore. Ha challeaged bim, und P"t no au swtr.' Tlis geiitleoma contiouti uiilil hoi wa close to him. , The sentry threatened to run him through it ha did not answer lha chal lenge, (ietting no answer, he thrust, and sav the bayonet pas throa h the bedy, ' The fig" uregibbtred at bim aad turned away. It was then that he shrieked, dropped I is mus ket and ran away. Examined by Dr. I!,d shaw, be drlcribod the tigui (losrl); Ilia face, height mid dress tallied precisely with those of Dr. lieale, whom thearitry bad nev er ss.n. ' - ''- ' ' '. Drs. Bradshftw ami Hind nt-i,t in the liuild ng IU lepfirHtft rrxjtns. They lirJ noisfH. 1 U . - f BL;n, A.A a I. i . . I which thpy paid little attention ac tha tim. Dri Maearlhj ami Fux came upk Tbey beard nothiat". Dr. Macarthy remaiud thcrft sm mnnlh anrl itnriiif tYiut lima I.u.l fe?er. U went to iiatkurst, and returucd in company with I'r. 1'uggan, Holh of tjeui 1 were in good health at luo lime. Naitbar ot. them bad beard the ghn.il story Tbey slept ftC(hlnVn r??m' (t',re were iht? SMife,) and Dr. Duggan servant, a boy of sixteen, in the' centre one. . .. ..( . ,. , .. ,u .y. . u.u vc,r Fo,. tieulara now beard peculiar noises in tb ! night. In the piazxt outniile there was a ta- ' U.nh;l,iliiinnl.n JiLl, i.. u - , I ble on which tbey plan a their lea . thing ale II. l ......thi, f.ARI aknin t L.il ll . 1 ir .ney usu iomiv wuu litem, tie wouia near-f the enns Hnd ssueers el&heii InivAikaw the plate., as It seemed to him, dashed Void- bit lo the ground. Several limes he went out lha things he.ert altrtnl it. lb least - -lle as I cribed these noises to some tuischevious itl low who had elimsed lulo tb pisxat aaob-1 wrru VJ iu. .itiiiij UfRi..' f 1 il till .Hi, - He heard Stan nones IH the midrib room. 'is if heavy niece of furniture wsn ,l4vd I about And often all night long he wo. Id ke, 1 """I?1 ? , P"'? . rnuna nis ."u. ne tnougut aturtt that tbess ware bata which bad fnll.a on Ihe floor aod wsr oaahl lorise. Rut hs enuld never find them in the storaiag. Tbsn be sappdsed that tbey were mice Una uigur, instead ol going In bed, h kept b" 'lh ' ud Mt.0, lh 4i.ekacroik his knee, waiting for ikes mice to torn. out. II. beard a MUnd at lb. fur. 'ber end of the room It was bk a man , B.uusly on t.pto. , sound AiiMi mwihI Kim. Mi hm tin til matt n.th , , " . H . lbQ 1H ItUtew UHaOOM to 1.11, fffl lie ITlJtltu mrv IMUWsl. .iv - . ll : j . iroornra ure evnenua ir malaria isita. n I Macai-lhy kaaw thai tha airangett aiphtn an.. I . . J. - : , j: . . t sounds can spring Irerai a disordd stum.uh i uupu vmn wj-riun irryio uiHurqcij ajtuninun . i l ,. j .:,... n.. i l - . . .. . " t"rv"'u r."" 1 ".. " m"' ttioneu an Datluciuuuon In I In. linaj i ana , Duggaa repb.d that he bad been Irouhled in . the same nauner, tbey ywutma; perpi.atA StiH it did not occar to them that the,, ' seu.ds were supernatural - Tha mind of man M avers to osuava nut snun it cannot as it It were a'comsaonplaa. aiattar. 01i alon'l yoo know tb boas ia haunted and ( .......... . --j. . ' ! I ' I ! ' j i " ,-4tTi !. ' i woePnrg.,H,ninfflllJ(r, )( ,ni) m- lb ., p,m, ami pulM him by the rr, and "Wake, ",A - W( u H - s,l,U" toi.nn ot In a tnnnner nhirk ke aid nnl Klkinf, nor ninninir, nor fl;ig, but TJZZ l KleMo I'rs. Macartliv. aud Dugpan, aftrr that, llii,,,'',t in lh ""'" "n' hh is On returning to lhir nusrteri. Dr.Duitiao that lis' 'boy looking ill, and ,.,d he d,,l not know, but perhaps it .1 bis a'eepin; in th cin ir. Oa being esk-d l'ZVf'lt In n, a nt'M. that t,a hail (tn,a. In 'ti Aw lha . flat rorj of tha hoasa. henauaea tall man la "bite osk to com and wake him Bp, so lh : s. .ij .... .... vi.;. k.. I .r.... him would be a tare sum) if h would sleep ilirre that night, r?rii odeting to keep him company.' lie lonkod tnghteneil, ami re fusal. , , ! ,i s . . I i'ts br edurutian, lyinir broad awake, with a I'gl.t burning in the room, Ihe plates rstlled in the pmtjEi, ami Die lilil lipioo loatsieps passing- bstweea both their be.l The Commercial on Stanton! Wathington corrspoiC nt ntU ,ho ,h" ' C"r of ,ha OlhW II II r'jun.' nrrr, auu III" iiuiiip mi I. : .. .1 I.... ) .... r i,m0B Coriiireaaamn is used in eonne.uon wuh the report, that when, ant Ion since .Committee wailed upon lite Cxar el the War OtEee to r. quest bins lo us his best rrVori to si cure an tx hanie ot i.ris'.ners, lie replied in 'be fwsfli ring lone peculiarly bis, '"I'll be u d it 1 m km?ia to exuhango neattny men for skeletons " Murk the personal pronoun I" huw signifiuantlt it is iusert'd, as it it was foe hurt to y whether the bravo men who bava tallen into tho hands of the rebels should die ol starvation or be released troin the slow, but certaia death that awaits them aa if tha only teaure bv which the patriotic sons ol the Njrth held the r lives vu hi die turn. if In) said this, and I am confident from the aoiires 1 gut it, that ho did, be ought simply to b trie 1 by a court martial and shot. No msn is lit to live in Ibe North, much low to be an oQicer of tha (ioverninei.l, whs want o se. oar soiu.er pine away a.o ai i. Southern prisons because they ars skeletons. Howtvrr, a move has been made in the richl direction,' The tail is about to be lifted, and if the people will only whL a sburl lime they will haveiill the. facts of this nettv Ivrant b- fore the in in an official form. Perhaps it's disloyal to say all this, but a little taint of disloyalty Is justifiable in contemplating such a mao aa aiauton. Inciting Mutiny. the rMMX drM"' "k"'h h In lb army : Knowing your willing obedisnca to orders, witnessing yonr ready devotion ofyop,r bloo.1 in country's cause, 1 bave been chary of the precioaa charge coiiliilrd to me. I have re fused to order useless sacrifices ol the , lives ol such soldiers, aud 1 am relieved from your command. The w. ued Mood of men does not stsio my garments, for my action I am responsible to God and my country. New Advertisements. 1 iAWTKt-liHHTii UTKK-We.iii fur.,.Siub ahortlT re7lH,.:Vr.Tu"!;WM iBOKlflL.-;' HALL! . A. M?at.t,NO lt.Mi.--B AMi MANAGBH huston' Monday and Tuesday Eves, Jim. 30 31, thi: (now.iiui ixiiiAX 1 1 i oilAKLEy shay's ,. M'.INHTKR Q TJ I N C XT P L E X A L celestial' troupe Tb lHrrfl nml niont nttrnotiv "rrfltvuttoft m th worJtJ, ?Qtiriy uvvt-l nnd otwn 10 ron-fet H.mon. Tno Mtinifdl I rinr(tilnt will coiihihi of Mr. Uftnrtm 'tpout st i"K band, nrnkiiiK thoyrHii iimMwdcm ) aVlltUrtt'lUcOt w ofI - ' ivriivr - xueiHur PrwtM uuk. and i-ortf fwiilKjf A,lii,iwi,.i .rJ ,M,ntKi .hilitma VA ttmntm. hiwin MB.n tu rniHilivnc. S1.S ,,'wlotrk. Grsmi tslcoav hurns,U l,f ihe Brass bsnd before oncaiug ia uora. , -i 1 1 I1ARRON ANDtlOsa Jleen. til TK' V Tie noi eonftniotl this monster nrKsnif a td. r Jumdij nvila,rui. jVso " ' ' yr A sjoKartaa'. for Ihe ls, throe mosUi L"SM ana Mnsr of rh hw npnt Hou, calai.Oma, r'saeuiiuliysnhiaiiieessn the oiii,m of Psywo ilisl ha hs 111 sbnve p. l.nlsf Hnll for ihf pureo rt gw ,kart senesorKiRtTtiLafa HBAMATIC i ssi aiism a. i a, I " - - TnrKSDAI ETKM.HC, JAMAttt S, IWiu, TiU bapiaaeate the great nmssrlonsl frsms. oftlia HAND. ' To MDl"d IOlu,h r "f ' IZ-OTjaXX ," Z3XA.XvOXsTX K r nsrticiil ir tee vrojrnT.mosof Us ! oors orn-n siaSi; ooinmnce at 7Vj,rci.ly. Afltuisiioa M arolsi UsUsry cents, jsl? . '. H. HAH.KT, Agsnt. rp yv ,. p t T TT rp T(s T ca "V V- -i - v ' xi rm friUUUK UAUUO IOf DaiOi nHK ot'' of 'hs "t'ouriet." Its'sieJ al gtsubaa- J villa, .lensrnoa eouaty. unto, is lol ssio. for particular., address " i I.CUAN HOYBR, ). .. , Kayioo, bkia. hioH HALK 4ot rii of 'niut, Hia mlrn vouth ot 1 KiiUu, Hrtim cuiinty, Ohio, lri od bulh dia) if th (.'iiMiuimti hu Mnutlukky UwulrotiiJ, nttu UiiU- llw lDi li rolliPfi kuI i tinhrei with uk, iurintf. f (Wk.outy f I hrait. with rich urofk IwUoaii. witttr, . vtajitHW witt kuwr mn btir flaurnrl 1 h ttboil HU tl tk l4ild. l UlllaAit aUll(l L ""It llllp'"'-Hw...a, a - w..M .vm v .wm : v" ... .1 1 " III fUil I utl. VrJli UHT iUf I Ht leMIU i for ina ana uthar .tt.numlara( apply In J.U 9mi- nr IV V. Mtsruiii. Mid. Mriudiata. it. iMtt4.tua " " ' nvvtim. .o.iui, . i.is . . ' r .V 1 ' . t , ' . TJ'Jt'KBT noon lo- -oa a-eurii.yi.Ktthe.nu. I r- '"' it "r - Ji&?il!SS'!!S' VsrsSmK a,.aMi'aliauk w , awyaMa KllsabMb Miller, H.h..ur itHwua.si. iMaHk to.h. i.'ZV.SiSyPk siui'i. KLISSHW.I'H MIM.FR mi tha biabesi L..uvjr ii4, A ieri n- to J-rsoos br i.,K.ua nm .... u.n.,f, room o. 1. 1 t : QSWiW . .. nvni.i,v,Sii.tV, Clothing. 5,000 MEN AND BOYS T 1 . ui '.. r ! TO DUY OVERCOATS, THAYELINU SIIIRTa. BtfSlNESa SIT8, KNCLIS11 WALKING CfATS ,17 . t .!.! ' t UlliWCnS AND W.1 HUH SHIRTS ' i It 9 i.i U Mi i - f f tit "r la wianei iksa any CSnr Olottiwig lloase to D. tna. We heu lesrs to remind ths t.uhlis Ihst we lsni inrauncclioa with a lrKf Wnolri-slol lo'h'nB Bisiinisi'torms1 tlo.l.s la I In.'inrsti. wlerh certainly enshlcH a lo wive lha ahovs iaoue, nels. w ai eoas.aaur rrieni tha Islost styles Or MEXSVand OlJTIISCLOTIUt0, Which ta cmret illy eleuted and wall roada. Call and eusiatofi our atuuk of Uiothtox, (nalora pUTahnaiog lWDVfO,wl 1 O 8 y. 'MAIN STKKhiT, i l l i i ' , I . JkW No Mislaka in Uisir uaoiWar aud IlitN, WU1CU HAN03 -i,.-t.i war I Jo AND KEADS SOHWAKZ S HOHIN, CLOTHIERS rr BrlS4sadlAw Matat Strwet. i..l Medical. - I CI HK.H Conjlis Cotits. Pi.re Thmst, Asll res, a lionH.impiici. . Jt is only nM'ssl l.r hiy troubled with tlirss cnmplsiDts to Irv one hot' Is ol Strickland I Mellifluous Cough Itaham InennTlnetttiem Ihatltls tha best arrparaaon ever ud. It not only cures the shof s srTtOo.is ol the Thrnst and l.unp". Mil It ei.res Mghl hwisls slid Spitting of HI od. snd issn eiellrnt gsrsl li'f any kind ol xnrm Thrrstl. ll is plt-sHsnt to lsk, sea t us nMslieins ir iofsats. Prtet f. Cents ier llle. s'or ssie hf dnieaits auerstlv. tiVKhYMoLiY ta br.nf? var-l ol m d'triitiDg li diefHbv by the tlxf Ui : . Dr. Mtricklun&i Pile Remedy. Heil whnt than nHjr who hate iiNrd M : Mr. :rmrlvi W. ,nnsl.n. o Koinvlt ard Mr. J. P Hnartn,ttinrlnratt.o , brtth ncmmm aitr iimiik nno pot ot Dr. Hirtt kiiml'a HI KfrrefiT. 'i hoy thoy tiHvo tm'ii i ythmu but t uid otiain no rlioit but on Pot ol Strh'klnnti . fiia Krinvity eint irtt a Prt't't rtira altar autlt rinpT lor many ytara Willi tha wtrBt kind of Ptlnt. 1htT rvtiiimftPi1 eicrv cn- who i nuftaringto Ciy it. ma mr , j it Dr. Strickland Pile RtmtJy. Bold bvalt druffal-ta. S rtt a not. M aim for t fort i No. 4 Kahi Fuurtti ai.CiMiDnati, U. mH 'mm V JL, TJ X. Strickland '$ Ant-Cholera Mixture. IS a eompofiition of atrirpTiH, ahfrbtnr, Mirrv Unta aud ('nDiialiTnl mhirh -r J bjMrirth 9r kuowtvMtut in tha onl ir. rrilKn (hi t II aiVet L?rmanpni our of Diurrha atd lijtr. Thin Anti-Chol-ra Mittura ia now in ua in aoma of ur itmy iHiispiiBis nrrtj ii gtwmn ine vraaif-at aaiifkrarnrb H ha raved lha Invito I lhouands of nur n-Miem anrf' ottiacDN, and wa will pTnarantca it to N tha l fame dy in world fr Iiarrh-aand Ienteiy. Rlr Wov.ia.ot Cotippdoo, Mv.. wilt be iroal hai-ry1 to at.ly anr one aato the virtue ol HtriiklandV At u- i-iujiwrn Mixture; in lari aa nave a ureal jW.ml er v( letimonUln trom patient whf l-nte Uen ciiittl mtri being (ironounoert in uratle y ttifrir fhyHit'ina at n -after taking only ona bottle of Hirirnle o.t'a Anti (7ol ara Mixtute. If w,u ajnlWr wuh Dtarihca ad j-,rrn tery try one hottle nii Two Valuable Farms AT PUBLIC BALE. mHR atiha Tiber will lell at public xale, ou I MONDAY, KKUHUAKY U, .Hl6( fin farm, aKuated about two mil a eaat or Frank I in, Wnrten eoiinty, Ohio, on tha tuinj.ike tunning Iroiu , Frank in to 8pringtoro, nnniaining ana hundred atnl twantv ttreacra. at tit inoarreaof whirh ia In culti vation, tha balance I hi K T I M B ft ; K t A M t . 1 N im- 1 provamettia are a iwo.eUiry frame dwelling and km t en, xewly loafed and otherwioe repaired, wuh rooU uellar, Iraine earn, tm-harri.ud a never nailitipr fnunt ain ol exnelleut waier. Ihe Jarm ia on a giMtd turn pike, and acoeaaiMe to market. The noil ru ta, locrv. , tton healthy.andneixhoniboodfroodi and ayervthing to nika tt one of (he lineit homea in the Miami Valley ALsU, wn tit Minrt ttmy I will aell my ftrrm on C mT Cre k.romaimnR 17U aerca, en tharoad runninx froiu ' Franklin to Hprinvborn. The roadia equal, in alt re pectt, to ordinary turnpikea. There ia a good two iory brik owrll-nn and kitchen on the pramirea. Fitly aeren iartarh tsotiom lend, deep to 1, and lor pro- A iiuutivenemeannot be excelled; atauut 80 at'renoaiin t heexcelle for MiinU graiulaod about 411 acrea oi HKAVY TiMBKU. Tenuv of Mfle, ona ihir-lili on day of aale; one-- third In one Tear, and Uie balance in tao year mm day of aale, to draw ix per cent, icier wit, aaturad by niorigHifeon (lie premiait-a. 1 ha fai m hint daK-ribad will be iold flret. fiU t . i oemmenve at ll t'ltloon pri'iely i RICH AHL WouLLKf, Franklin, Ohie. , . V. Crarii, Middleiown, Auo'i-, jaiawu , N" K W JEf I K jVT,". ' DILI-Ii rv MILt.KR 1 HAVBopenrd sn entire new stock of Fresh Sro. cerift, on 'rt. rd r-w. thr.-e lrv nIMt of lha ; t. cnii v 111 iim' u. 'JlT We tax Hiio .l i Cfflee, MoIapu s, sl.o horhllm, Vin,'nr, Coal Oil. Bsll, Klsh,-Iul, Nii.-k-t-, . , n" Tr br lha Can. We hime i'. w 1j ,,. ..ru, Ht,l, rrlej. ' Tomstoes, nces.riu.ns, Cherne, Spv and (lots Ovsters; also, sn ss.ortmsnt of Jellies, Pkkles slid Mpi. es, TsiK-y Bosis, brisd Be.f, Homli v. awect To hsiH'O, flita cut sud Smoking; Flour by tha bftjre! or sca.whnand jellowt.'orn Meal, Buckwheat rioar; in taut everything ihst the markatasu srkird. Wrr... srftctiully invito our Iriviid. to siv us arsll. t'oina one, i on. all. sad want a a can do. jstkulw. I WANTED A rHM A good, prsctiesl farmer wants to rort or work on shares a farm eon- . lamina Irom twiitv-uva lo sevoDtv-n.s simi land. . or will ntl" tolAeco, o Any an having a au-wi to rem an nnd s gaoa, rsiikbla msu by spplyinf at No, ls Ks.t Ki'lh streat, corner ol Co.usuaroi.l strask, , Liayton, tlluo. st3dlw . DENTAL CARD OU. K.COXWAY, i WOULD i-enperm.Py inform the eitltena of Day. ! ta n that he will iQHfrt whnle una .f teatti up. ' per and lowef, on VnUaiuaed KuhWr, in the mot laiprorfTtt and b uutiftil aiyle the niaierial will aduiit of lor the rtum ot 4U, umng lha laevt ntntanal aud warranting his work ta givt due aau mi action. Thori . who wieh to hive ueth maart-rd on HuUiei would do whII to r at hia office No 3J Thtid btteat, tU.r they ean ia annimodated with any material or aujr lyle ol teeth they may deaire, jaluUwdia MTOLEW. i ; NOIirn It hereby iven that ten uolea were atvolea from the un lerKiied, h viti iu Kaudolpti town tiip, MouiKomary couniy, Ohio, on tha night ot ihe saih ol Uet;mtMr. Kath not ralla lor tw hundred dllarH,ai)d i deled April a, h6i. The Or 4 uoie ia diieinltto4 and oue et h uuu:tiHiinB )u until l7.i They are all inortgiiffe nuia , Hisiieil by ChnntophrV Herr, aud sivon tn fttvorof Hamuvl Herr. A .literal reward will be fnrrn tor the return of aaid ootee le thi- crttt'rj, or tha arret of the burMlar. desth-Jawai bAMl'KL J1IBR. ', affV pKHKONS aBblE0Ua HAV . . frthr-l 1 innthir . II 4 Til n.i.us TUtixa carepiti.iv i and perrertlr. will p :- leave ordera at BDTTKR- r aa v a vniflno ni-JI HPiV rn rKH BTOUK. ourner of Third and Maiu mreeta. 1 U J. BUKCKKTtT. NEW STOVE STOKE. BUtkKAN.ailTKll. MANUFACTURERS OF UMIK BrVKM, WllOll, COAL, AMI HRK1TT j1KIIN esUIKH, HHX.AM1 H1! ' 1, 1. R t an I V S:m lllll. tlWAUh'.. SHU. U u v l L . . UltlKK, rnausool ev.ry dHscnntion niad.lo ordr.' Var'room ha. IDarkst Hou a. a 'snsrsoa streat, o.uostto tits Kouadry oa tfayara street, near Lndtow, Tayton.' 0h,o .. BUYa McJIAoThki. ,. KXKcproiva A'oncu. ;.. 'I Un le' sianed h rnwa sppoiuiad aad auall. I nsd aa Ktavutoisal Ihs a. 1.1a ol tdal aaulv, lalaut atonlg.ui.rj aoautf, Ohio. teaard fKI'kK .MICRI.T, J7"1 ,i Ki.ua Jtaital.1.