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TI'KSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1HG5.
Current News Items. The New Commercial publishes private letter from Sooth Carotin, which says that a civil war is imminent in that State, from the negroes, after the first of January. At that time they will all he turned loot. It is the writer opinion that the; are preparing for the fight, and are arming themselves morn than the whites. He thinks the ne groes or white in South Carolina willj all be exterminated, a we ol tht North shall will it. - . A fearful encounter took place on Sunday night, in New York, between fire engine com panics 6 and 41. Deadly weapons were freely used, and a lame number of firemen were bally beaten. It is'stated that Adjutant General Town send hat decided that enlisted men in the Signal Corps are entitled to receive the bal. unce of ther bounty, in'thstame way as the rolunteers, under the recent orders of dis charts. It is reported in social conversation, in Mntamoraa, that Minister Holla, says, in cash ot trouble with the United States, the Freoue Gverneiont would throw fifty thousand troops on the Itio Grande. General Ulloian was married, yesterday, in New York, to a daughter of Bishop Harrieo, uf Trinity Church. The Imperial (Internment has given its subordinates strict orders to commit no out raites upon Americans on the Rio Grande. IJenry C. Burnett has been permitted '0 return hame to Kentucky from Washington. Ilia property has b.-eu restored to him. tienurul L. li Parsons has been ordered West to supurinlaii4 the sale of Govern men boats and harget. Colonel IT. M- Evans lias beeu appointed Chief Quartermaster of the Department 01 New Moxico. , It is estimated there are forty thousand m groes on the Virginia Peuiusula, who h aVe followed our armies during the war. Orders hare been issued to muster net seven more regiments ia Virgiuia, and only troops enough are to be left In the State to keep down vagrancy. Colonel .West, the commandant at City Point, has been brought to Richmond under arrest, by order of General Terry. Ilia said that Governor Pierpont, of Va, intend to abandon the Conservatives and go in with the Radicals. The proceeding called bynams trial, of Captain Worn, the Confederate, hat com menced in Washington. There arc rumors of an extensive defalct. lion iu a prominent Express Cotupauy in New York. Robbery and theft are now the order of the day. The receipts from internal revenue, for the last seven days, arar.unts to 19,000,000. Gold 143 J-. Away from Home. The Chillicotbc Advertiser thus notices the humble efforts of an aspiring citizen of Dayton, who has been on the electioneer ing rampage up its way : "Fikdt Gun or thk Cauruuv. Thingum bob Scbenk, tht hero of Vienna, the gentle man who distinguished himself by his success ful and very brillant expeditions against the old ladies of Baltimore; tht Geoeral who won an immortality of military fame by capturing a funeral procession in the streets of Baltimore, capturing the horses and imprisoning the mourners, opened the Abolition end of the campaign by addressing a number of negroes and Abolitionists, at the City Hall last eve ning. We have not time to make comments on his sneech this week, but may do so in our next. Ha took a bold stand in favor of negro suffrage in Ohio as well as the South. He was serenaded by a squad of negroes and a negro band, at his hotel." The Dayton Journal, compelled to that course at last by out-bide pressure, denies that its party ia in favor of negro suffrage, hut Schenck ia in favor of negro suffrage, and its party hereabouts supports biin for United States Senator from Ohio. "By their work ye shall know them." Sound Doctrine. At the lata Democratic Convention of Cuyahoga county, to nominate delegates to the State Convention to be held on the 24th inst., the following cajiitol resolution was adopted by acclamation and with great applause : , Retained, That the delegates from Cuyaho ga County be instructed to support for nom ination, on the Democratic Stat ticket, no man who will under any circumstances agree to make a voter out of the negro; no man who is opposed to taxing the bonds of the Federal Government; no man who is not op posed to all the usurpations and. outrages upon Constitotional liberty, perpetrated by the present as well as the late Administration; and finally, no man who bat shrunk from sup porting Democratic men and measures during the last four years of trial. We learn that it ia not nearly so fashionable among many of the clere-y to pray publicly for the President of the United States as it was a few months ago. Neither it it consid ered quite so disloyal to oppose the policy of the administration as it formerly was. We hear no more arguments to prove that the Administration and the government are identical, nd that to oppose the one is to be false to the other. Whetting RtyUHr. ' More Forgery. Some mixerahle scoundrel, for whom the Penitentiary aches, has printed and been sending to various gentlemen in this State, what purport! to be secret order, dated July, 1 86.r "Secret Special Older, No. 06" from Mr. Vallandighani, din- banding all organizations of "Sons of Liberty and American Knights," and re quiring that all arms, munitions, &o., be "secretly and quietly" forwarded to Day ton. 1 he forgery is extremely bnturliua-. purporting to be issued from the Grand Commander's head-quarters, and to be signed by Mr. V. as Grand Commander. But the scoundrclism of the thing is not the less absolute. Nothing but a Military CommiMsion could reach the fellow's de serts. As the'paper seems to have origi nated h Madison county, we hope the Democrats in that region will keep a sharp look out for the author. If we were Sec retary of War, we would offer a reward of twenty-fine cents (postage currency) for his discovery. The young man Ketchum. whose swindling operations have so excited the financial word, during the sessions of the National Demo cratic Convention, last August, was present as a leading friend of McClellan, He kept open nouse at one ol tne leading hotels in Chicago, and scattered his money like a f rince, and made a big splurge generally journal. , The New York World, a paper pub lished in the city were Cetchura's irwind ling operations occurred, gives a very lifl'dient version of the story. It says : "The Ketcbuma, father and son, 'were prom inent members o the Loyal League, an or ganization which branded as malcontents and traitors all who railed a voice Bsaiiixt tbe was'elulness of the Executive and the prodi gality oi me uaimnal tieasury. The green backs they mult plies have suffocated them " This statement is nn doubt correct. The World also says : "The 'father1 of Itie Tatest defaulter is'Mor ris Ketchum, who it generally regarded as the New York adviser of Secretary Chase, the attributed father ol the greenbacks, but their real progenitor was the New York capitalist. His policy was a mistake, we may grant, and not a private design, but its issue is no less personal and appalling; his old established house is oae of the first to be crushed; his son among the foremost to example the paper contagion. Whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad." Air. Chase, during his connection with the Treasury Department, was singularly unfortunate in the selection of his financial agents and advisers. The Cincinnati En quirer says : "The New York Custom House, under Mr. Barry, Chase's Col lector, tnrned out whole host of defaul ters and swindlers. A friend of Mr. Chase said to ns the other day that the Secretary seemed to have the misfortune to make everv rascal in !. ITnlnn I.;- f-;...,.i i then allow himself to be imposed upon by ttlera r r S -- ..." wuiuu U.CT . I 1 1. 1 1 . 1 QUI. We may add, that it is not nulikely ' that "the young man Ketchum" was at Chicago, "slashing around" generally. The Chicago Convention saw many "out siders" in attendance, protondiug to de. mocratic faith, doubtless delegates from "Loyal Leagues" and other kindred asso ciations. There art owned in Connecticut nni Ia than sixty to eighty millions of Government securities; and the great amounts revenue which they would yield, were they to pay their fair and honest share of the burdens growing out of tht war, must now be madt up out of me nam earnea savings ot tbe owners of farms and the scanty incomes of those of moderate means Hartford Times. - So it it every where. We have heard it stated that there are from two to three millions of the same sort of securities held in Montgomery Couuty alone--all, of course, exempt from taxation. This is something for the fanners, mechanics and laboring men of our conunauity to think of. If the jutit amount of tax on thane government bond's was paid -into our county treasury, no one can fail to estimate for himself how far it would go to relieve the people from the onerous burdens of taxation which now oppress them. ' But the Republicans say this shall not be done. Their doctrine and practice, is, that the producing classes not the mon of wealth and capital who own these bonds must pay the heavy taxes neoessary for the sup port of tlie Government. "There is no reason, do sense no iuali.-e i tlnV T 1 ' no seusa' 00 J1""06 " 1 a sysUm of injustice and oppression which the "powers that' be"., have no right to intpnss on tht labor of tho country. It must be refurmed. The people the great mass of them have the power to apply the remedy in a legal and legitimate way. They only need to understand tht subject fully, and they will not be long in reliev ing themselves from the burdens which have been so unjnstly imposed npon them. We shall not fail to keep the subject be fore them. ' Tht sentence of Major Herod, of the 16th Illinois Cavalry, wbo was to havt been execu ted for tbe murder of Lieutenant Colonel Loom is, has been commuted to ten years in tbe Penitentiary. Tht Copperheads are clamorous about taxes. The people do not forget that National debt is the consequence of the Dem- ocrauo reoeinon n tne Democratic party had not encouraged the South to revolt, there would have Wn no great public, debt. If they had not aided and abetted the South, by resisting every measure devised by the Gov ernment to suppress the rebellion, the public debt w. uld not have been half so areat. If they had supported the armies in the field like patriots, thousand ' of noble lives and millions of money would have been saved. Journal " ' ' Passing over Jh miserable and stupid lie, that the democratic party "encouraged the South to revolt," and "aided and abetted the South, by resisting every measure devised by the government to suppiess the rebellion," and the other bigger and more infamous lie, that the Democrats did not "support the armies in the field," we should like to ask what good reason can be given why the shoddy stay-at-home patriots of the abolition par ty should not pay their just proportion of the taxes incurred by the war ? This is just the question wo want the Journal to answer. Democrats went to the war by thousands and . tens of thousands they fought nobly and bravely, and the bodies of multitudes of them are now reposing in the sleep of death on many a battle field while the shoddy patriots remained at homo to make mon ty out of the blood and r i. t uic ii. in iuc uivoiiitii won were sacri . . , , . uceu as me vioiiniH ol iinetr avarice and lust for wealth. Tell us why these men ..l...l.l ... L 1 .1. ' . . .... uuuiii nui near lueir proportion ot the burdens imposed upon the people by the iinmcuso aud unnecessary cost of the war? We havo asked this question of the Journ al frequently heretofore. It Btnbbornly refuses to answer. The reason is obvious It dart no defend the flagrant injustice of shielding the' rich bond-holder from tax ation, and placing the whole burden upon the laboring and producing classes. We should like to see it vonture upon such an experiment. The Copperhead organ is anxious to know our opinion of General Cox's letter. We expressed itjthe morniug after it was publish ed in the Journal. Wo think it the letter of an honest man. We admire it. We approve it. We think itsplended; and we know it is very troublesome to Copperheads. Journal. You admire it, approve it, and think it splendid I All right. But some of your abolition cotemporaries say it don't favor negro suffrage, and some of them say it doe.. What do you say ? Now, give us an open and out-spoken opinion. The public would like to be enlightened upon this point. And . when you have done this, tell, us your own view) on the tegro suffrage question. We have been trying to bring yon out on this question for some , ' , yU , trM',0UU "pause for a reply." We again Military Executions in Kentucky. rnaayiast, "Jotin T. Uuhop, citizen, having been found guilty by a court-martial of being a guerrilla, aud of haviug killed a Dr. Jeffries, in January last, add private Aa ron Collins, (colored,) having been found guilty by a court-martial of haviug murdered Matthew Currant, a peaceable citizen, in April last, wire, according to their respective sentences, hung at Lexington. On yesterday, two negroes, found guilty b j a court-martial, of being guerrillas, and hav. ing committed rape on a wbita woman, were to have been hung at Padocah. General Schenck on the War Path. We learn from the Chillicothe Advertiser that Geutral Schenck, a few evenings ago addressed "a number of Negroes and Aboli tionists, at.the City Hall," in that City ; that "he took a bold stand in favor of Negro Suf frage in Ohio as well as the South," and that later in the evening "he was serenaded by a squad of Negroes and a Neirro FUnH .i .:. hotel.'' Negro Suffrage ia very popular with me aojmionisis a uniuicotnt especially with the colored onts ; and we art glad that Gen eral Schenck had the sagacity to strike tht right chord. If the State Central Committee have, any speakers who want to advocate Negro 'Suffrage without let or hindrance, Chillicothe it the place to send them to. The Negrq population of that city it quite large, and there will be no difficulty in getting an audience. Stateaman. The White Men's Convention. The Cinonnati"Kriqairer very 'truly savs that "the Wait Msa's Convention of Ohio will meet at Columbus, on Thursday ntsu to form a Hiate Tieket, to b voted fne hn th. - v;' u"uaj qi unonar next We tzpect the. ticket nominated h. ,. and the sentiments it will exnress. will hi ana tne sentiments it will express, will be endorsed by every lover of liberty, every well wisher of the country, and every friend of humanity in the Statt". r i C" Fridav foM9h'."muBe iJithhLl ,h,e.tnnrd" of Treadwe.ll . He Zl ?ifdT -wdifftrtnce to hi. fate tkmnghoat, and even on tbe scaffold appeared perfectly unconcernud about the awful r... that awaited him. To. a,, i. " Z1Z Iff whMe en" th. ZL '! 7u ..d h ?.BMt V I f0,ibt .Publicly -1. a mJ5. of .K.l nT" '5' was a model of the kind, aad tha Shnier Shnri confessed fold A ' big Indian strayed away from bis camp ! Mked Indian 3" N." aaTL 0l,i 1, 1.. 1 . "0 k dudain- fully, "Indian no lost; wigwam lost" striking breeet "Indian here " " 1 [Communicated) Facts and Figures. j A very lame article apeared in the Ne gro Equality organ of this city, (tht Journal,) on the 19th, to show that tht poorer clnts pay comparatively no tax, while the wealthier was forced to pay all. Ia the editor of that paper so foolish as to try and make eople believe such stuff as that?. Because . man has . no income amounting to six hundred dollars a year, therefore he is not taxed ! Black is a col or; gTtserf color therefore 'black' is green 1 That is the extent of the Jour nal's logics Bat to tlluHtrate: A., a wealthy man, owns a store. He receives a bill of goods, and begins to mark the selling prices on them. lie takes into consideration his Government tax on sales, his licenso for soiling, his income tax, aud adds this to the selling price. B., a poor man, comes, buys a bill of goods of A., and walks out. Now B. pays every ceut of A.'s tsxes on those goods, while A. gets an enormous profit beside. Such is the manner of doing bu siness nmong all our merchants. And yet the Abolition organ, tbe Journal, would have the people believe that the laborer is exempt from taxation, while the rich man pays all the taxes. ". Why should the Government bonds " i u ..i m. ? . ... . : iro i.i , . iiU manor sense will He ny ttiat the outstanding bonds of the Gov ernment are held by capitalists. Millions and millions of dollars that were sub scribed to that loan, were individual sub Hi nptions of from fifty to a hundred thou sand dollars each. The laooriug class hold lew if any. Take Montgomery coun ty, lor instance. The total amount of taxable property in this county for . the year 1864, was 829,879,280. This amount taxed for State and County pur poses, the average per cent, on the hundred dollars' valuation was 81,84. ' Up to the present date, there are about 83,000,000 of Government bonds taken np in this county, and which are exempt from tax anon, ihe amount of tax that would have been collected on these three mil- lions, had they been taxed, for this coun ty; would have been- the snug little sum of 854,500. That amount wonld have been added to the grand duplicate. There is, therefore, a deficit on the duplicate of 853,800, because of the currency having been taken up tor these , bonds. Now, that amount has got to be made up on the grand duplicate of taxes. Heal estate is always taxable, and is always relied on when there is a deficiency existing in the personal returns as taken by Assessors. So whatever discrepancy there exists on the duplicate for taxation, must be met by real estate. The fact of this discrepancy existing on the duplicate must be met, and the poor mechanic that owns a small home is called upon to pay his share of the delinquency when he pays bis taxes into the couuty treasury, occasioned in part by his wealthy uoighbor holding fif ty thousand dollars of the nou-tax able bondH. These facts are supported by fig urea, aud are indisputable, and it is to the interest of every man to consider the facts in a plain, common, sober sense view. If the honest laboring man will stand by and see his rights imposed on, his little hqme gradually falling under the hammer of the tax-gatherer, and his hard-earned week's wages taksn from his family to pay taxes which Constitutional laws never intended he Bhould pay, then vote to sus tain the present party iu power. If not, vote for the good old Democratic ticket, nnder whose rule we were once a happy and united people, and whose motto al ways was Eqnal Rights and Equal Taxa . JUSTITIA. Negro Rising at Aquia Creek. : : I 1 ; , i I Tbe Washington correspondent of the New Tork Newt says: ':. " "The investigation now going on at Fred trioksburg, proves that tbe aegro riot at Aqaia. Creek oa the 1st of August, wat a mueh snore serious matter than at first snp- Sosed. Tht facts show that the aegroes auded logttber, and rose in tht night,- with the avowtJ intention of murdehnir all the I wmuaa wane we latter were asleep Tht t"""7 iru.irawa 0y its naving (Men disoloaed bv a faithful hJa.-k ..,... a e... tht discovery of tbe nlot tha n.rni .... discovery of th turroundod by milit "P rmt; but I tbey were fired on, i litary and compelled to give tney refuted to do so until and one or two were killed. 1 iae were mutt desperate ekaraoters. The "aP0M ,r 'he ,avae and murderous description, batobett, soy this, bludr.ons, and John Brow. etc. - bueh suenet a. this ," b. rerJaied I..l r. ' 7k " "P . ! "iC'"",d' ,nd h" huDdred "hil Popl. men, women, and ehildren, are m adored in b,,ir Md lh """.ieation of tk. j - i.ia . .; . . r" ut p oi MARRIED. tBRS-KlrrNWK.K.-Aup.., by ,. . Jotin U. ttalnu. Mr. w. r.' Sailers to Mrs. betea 3. Kmalson, boihotwarran Oouaiy, Okio. -bit (daoionail Weekly KaMuirar yim eopy and onaraa aiupire. Benefit to Mr. Fredericks. By the following t nrrespondence it will be eea that large numr of our citixent havt tendtred a Complimentary Bene6t to Mr. Fredericks, the popular manager of the "Soirees Dramatique," at Beckei Hall. This is a compliment worthily bestowed. Tht eminent anocets which hat attended the ef forts of Mr. Fredericks to furnish us with a series of refined and intellectdal entertain nents, entitles im to demonstration 'cf this kind. We art pleated to note that to many of our mot prominent oitizent thus ap preciate his efforts as a manager and his courteous bearing as a gentleman. " That the "benefit" will be one in all respects worthy o the occasion, wt cannot doubt : - , DAYTON, August 19, 1865. .. ,. H. Freienekt, w., Mnnoqer: Sia: The undersigned cttir-ens of the City of Par ton he wllneM.d with nleMire the tuc-emi that has attexted four (Sorts at bs-kel Hull, and take I W en ure In bearing IfMimony to the artUtte Sod imm sional manner o( the entertainments, lo iheir chant. andlnttrnotiT MUeetione, and aa a mora ubintii oapreseios oloiirapprooial'oa of your woll direitcd ettorte, we lieg leave to temter you a Complimentary Btnht at the nniaanil plaoo you may eiiRKeiit. ne ara veryrespeotrully, iry respeotf L H Hunekel , 1 A. Uiiih Jonathan Kaanay i B Teuo . . John Howard Corne ins Koltin I. W Tenney W (,'rmghea.l 11 B Marans . J W Dietrich Ueo Owen TDBenlley ' O Corwm B Smith N fjonily ThosR&illis " ' ' W J Comly ' v W hi llilleipis DO Men , D W Kaes . Geo Kramer U J baringer 3 V. Reeder 3 V K rentier SB (Jam P B Lwnhird H D Walbr.du. JDFhlllipi M Burrom (ienra-e Wogamao B Nugent J T Barker Henry Kline r c Koi C L Baumana John K Paulina COMoMillen P P Meealef H H Weakley W L Kilbert J V Pxrrina HKUreni i J BelTllle Kte'dias liowy . U J Hates , , , . ASBalta I.eii Hpellman Thos M John Wm Pntton Wm Dickey J P Jacqueth " PHILLIPS HOUSE. August 19th. 1865. Obntlrmkii: Your truly RmiifyiBg furor haa been dulr reiY-d, and I litwun to respond. Whil most nrrueiiiiiy iwrsjpung uib PompiifTif ut you nave o gen erously tendered me, 1 sea e know how adequately u r.prai.a my dtttp tfue or tha honor you haTacon- ferred upon me It a hut two ahort we.lt. iloo I entered your veau til ul city, an utter and entire wan- iter to you all tiuth m the taitte and liberaiitv of our tjiuaiii n iivj, nowe-wr, a aironx and abiding determiDed aa lax as lay in my power and tbe facilitiea at my noMimand w'ould permit, toofler youaferfea ot ent rtainnient In B(ime degree worthy of youraocep. tanne, Thegenerotia patronage aflordad me lor the pat two weeks, would aeem to indicate that I have in a mew u re, ancneeded in my object I feel, vry sensitively, the may acta of kin'ioesa, of whir ti I bav been the reoinient, while in tola uity, and would and b g, most earnestly, to assure you, Kentlemen, that during my becesearily short sojourn in your midst tt will be my persistent purpose to still further merit your suoport and kind conidemtim. The tslented )oung arti-it, Edmund Coles, has most genemulyaurrendered next Thursday evening, aod moreover vol untnerfd his valuable services tor! the occasion. After due ronmrinratinh tarirh m mtm.,. manager, i would respectfully suggest that thebenent lane place on that evening, Thursday, August 84th, nwiKw nun, &Tnry ron win oe ulnar vo renner rn enterram- in a it in avarw pninawtl aiAHhi t hat nnoatinn I beg most respectfully te subscribe mfttftlf ; " ' ' B. FREDERICKS. To Messrs. Ohaa. Andoraon, D. A Haynas, u. B. flitnckel, Jonathan Keuney, J. I). Phillips, J. R. rouDg ana oirieri. officer, fnr the port of New York,' amount to - iBai.us jr mivm. m,uwi invi ui ma iinauii 1100,000, and bit powers are said to be more absolute and unrestrained than the Prtsident of the Dnited States. MONTGOMERY COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The Democrats of Montgomery County, i and all others who art opposed to NEGRO EQUALITY, and in favor of EQUAL TAXATION, are requested to meet in their respective townships, at the usnal i places of holding elections, on j Saturday, September 2d, 15,' ! at 4 o'clook, P. M., and in the several Wards Of the city of 'DaytOli, at Snch J J places as may be designated, at 8 o'clock, P. AL nf said dav. for tha rtnrnnae nf an ... ' ., pointing Delegates to the Democratic Ooaniy Convention to be held at Backel Hall, in the city of.Dayton.at 10 o'cleok, A, M, on ( ' ' Saturday, Septembers 9tb, for the purpose of nominating two Retire- sentative. and otter candidates for the variouaeonnw'afficaw. . ' .: i I , f 1 . 'id ,i . Eanh tnnshin ia ntitl,1 in .!, .,! each ward to thrtt delegates. ' ,A I l By order of the Demooratio Central MMlllea. I ' ' " " ' ' ;s Oommitteo, I I ! I i I i r Wiu.ta PattohJ David Cukif' E. Thompson, J.; V. Nsdsbth, Val. FniF.s, JoMA. KkNMIT, Philip Fabbll." 3? i . Democratic State Convention—Thursday, August 24, 1865. To the Democracy of Ohio '., ', ., " A State Convention of tbe Deinoeracy of Ohio, will be held at Columbus, on Thursday, tbt 24th day of August next, to nominate ... . , ,, . i. . candidates for' the following offices, and for tbe transaction of tuch other butlneit at mky come before tkt Convention : Governor, Lieutenant 3overaor, Treasurer of ' State, . .... .' supreme 3aaga, (full term), Husreme Judge ' j, AViuriioy innarai, ouuuui lumuils tioner Member Board of Publio Workt, Clerk of Supreme Coart. 1 1 ' tt . . , 0 , , .. Tht rat'n of repreeeotalion will be tie' Jkjl lowt : One delegate for each eoUnty.an ad ditional delegate for eery 600 votes cat' fpr General MoClellan at tbe last Presideatial election, and an additional delegate for every fraction of 250 or more votes ad cast, TThia inivirfinnminl M rr.. .K.7 i county twelve Delegates ; Butler tea ; Preble . u, , , four Warren four. 1 Tbe total number ol Delegates to the Con- vtntioa is fivt hundred aad three. 1 By order of tbt Democratio Stats Central 1 ; : i JOHN G. THOMPSON, Chairman. ' E. JAEGER, Secretary. Announcements. . tne superior Caarl, . DANIEL. A. IIAV.VES Amusements. ! BEOKEL HALL. : SOIREES URAHATlqLK.. lessee S Maiagar.. &lage Manager r rrdrrioks GHart. IIII.L ' - THIRD WEEK Of: I.. X- l EDMUND COIES. , t'f 1750!";,i j (A A true stisry of that erlodentltyet' j ' pq Woffinqtom. the'actrem: ---:.:! t r' I This Evening, sagas, M, 1865, ' ' Yhs highly successful Oolnedy; to Th'rae i.o!ts" ' per worrneToj, . OR i"i 'life BKF0RK AD BEUI.VD THI CUBTMgl Peg Wofflnglon Mrs. H. A. Part, To confute with the taOMabtt Raster abtunittf The Illustrious Stranger, . iBURIKD ALIVif. Benjamin Bowbell ....Edmund CMsef 1. A&BiHsjIOIl. M PffBfkl f fltillsarw OK Doom opia at 1 , m. .ituw 9 p. tn. Amusements. New Advertisements. j i j -TOTrCR in hereby ivaa to all peritonei N m, Wlf(), ipkia kw. m 1 STi 'her contnwtinir. contracting. Ifeyton, Aug Vt, lflirft., flKNBlf BBOKBR. E I D Y8 Kerosene Cooking Heating: , HOVES AND RANGED, i t TBJffiR '(KJffO IOVB Witt BAKE BOIL, STEW; FRY & BOAI1 With the greatest eMrtoitrv anHf faertitv, and will nit haming tfie reem in hiuh thejf re a Sac, Thr ! WUb wKnjTsoiii in whioh thejf re asati Thr "r" v"v"7 airopie, operating like an ordinarv Krt ."uj w,mi . iinmiiPj, aoi are the only Keru ""r" "imoui moKpor olor. ! Wl have been 1erinntl - - a. -u a. ... 2)2 1' heat-av1ng itvwti mtlo . ia IDDY'8 PATKNT KKBOBRNM 8'1'OVB. Taking - i wi ranning u. and there-nil attalnitH. u i rtoot in the market." rf,ocfer sOaUvOpv vii wwimmiuoohm,hsi areeatw. . J w. wuoininai, espeaiaiiy where a fire ia re uuirea DM a row hours at a lima. uruers ior BtoTee may be H-nl throuah America Advertising tg'orj. mm Broadway, Maw Tork. aug 1, 3wd -aiil,ll a BLLIOT. Haenfaiitarn-.. No. M Breadway, WILLIAMS' BILLIARD 8ALQ0X 111 raw a-fa vkiaaia Httu. . ; 7 rriHE attractions bars been n-itlr Increaaed liy lei I new and .l.uul C... . .. f. . . L . . ""'" latasl ImproTed patent cushions and a ajeii ment. He IS thankful for oast favara end atlmit. rj spseUnllya eoatjaasttat of lb Bubue SMtiwi -' ieis WitCiAMsWopi uatronaaa. aul3rail r ft! .. , . . ... , -. ., Amf i.,. . ,,..,,., J?X waivnti I . WAl.ntai WAIbtltl f A larse ' imporllns Houra oloainz huuuu position Cased W niche. ; Ijilvar Hunllog UtpiaM, 1 purs eom stiver 1 1 Very pretty Hue, Discos, aJt warranted to' run and keen aood lima I Pn, Sir a Qua aasortnitfot otehattit tioUfTfiilvM inJUn Uh'by'h'aad' nX:&"&?L E'"J J.". "arranted, full jewelled aud aoouraif iiwi ,e, , per oaaa of au, wWOi :j "All orders reoaiya erompi atte All orders reeaiva ..mmnt fr.n,tUn! Sltle .'Oaddreas: " - t" DAH1S1JS a-lSo.,' No. II Bible House, Maw YorJ " Ural ISstafc agents. HEAL ESTATE AGEXTS. orace sgs Third itrtsl iTsnk Utelir (Opposite Town Clock.) Wnr Rale. Flar H-utnrv. n.wiin,.l ... r Messrs. Pari 9 ., wiiaoiacDiDary.an.i nacres oflaarij ' . ff A ftmn ISO acres 1 roil north of Hrowo'e Salien r Sj'i". eV Twun ,V)reek, rtlUis"' A hnck house, oor ofBiown and Ana Bte. A doubla rraros house an Uasa airaat; ,,i i A double frame house oo Walnut alrestv a farm orna e.-ra, 2 miiea irom Wy toe ; 1 Z SSZ&ZflX&K. ' A 'arm of m acres near Oemiantown ; '4 arwkb.ouee.oa rnthelMat, NolUT ) , i arm or 7a n-r, well mipreed, Una brie and heat Twin bottom land ; mil waat of (e K:, Z'JSJZZUTh. In",r4,"' Brnrr A ",n improved frua air lio acres, two miles eaat i Bonora, on Waetern railroad. 1 A good heuw aud iare loc on Main airi, No jm ipnmrorrifi)iiiifl Dsrton srmantowa pllce, milei fro 'iru aw nu-ms.wetl iBiprored sd)oinna' Lrtn A auubar ot houaaaaoiilotsui iltnaMal parte of V 1 mnes rnun taivion. or ;ui tu ts M.rM mh ya'I LKHTZ k iPPt.ieu4TB.K. . A. Entrance I: Amusements. New Advertisements. Hotels. PHILLIPS HOUSE, DAYTOH, OHIO; 1 1TUIB above wall knowa Sum kriu-.. L ehanaed ba jda, ia aow onen. and nndf.rtf.una tan.t.lir-tion.andlmproVem.nuforlh.nrnn, deuoa of the Intra isa pubUa,- ft- tauen soared to nAakatkaPrulioa House, s heretti are y reiueol, a rtBJT CLASS HiStEL en will- ti euseav lelUlf 3.-, T. BABbJKn, Pro-f.I piifflm house.:: 1. flPllTO. krnt ' 6 ' rpAltisAcitlbMrtWBtti bn opsjLe-i, pi k . isavtjiejuj BAU4I W DUlj gursil ia lb bl styi.