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h. jTiuinixy)Nr'KwwH, j I), a. FITCH, Amiwijt Kpttor. ! Dayton, Ohio,. , Tuesday, - - December 6, 1865. Organization of Congress. Ctri)frves orjrauinHl yiU nly. A U-li-(jriililr. awount of lt procUinn cn talrtf! In rr,tl ttsrmh W th Otnrlri n&tl Enquirer wlU b found In our oolmmis thin evrnliig. It will bo read with intw est. ; ' Vt vxpect to furnish, our reader with the President's Message to-morrow. i i in The President and Habeas Corpus. In his recent proclamation restoring the privlW'tfi' of the writ of habtal enrptu, frt Itlfiit Johnson has exceptwl tlie State lately In rebellion and the DitlrM of Columbia. The Cldiajfo JTT''"- inakrs tho very sensl ble and truthful nuKgeallon, that "there may possibly boadifference of opinion with rpfurenee 1o It helnjr withheld from the Southern States, but there ought to be none In the cam of the District of Columbia. The The I'refldcnt evidently thinks that Wash ington and the Southern Htatesare aliout alike." It tiuiKt be admitteil that he lit cor rect, at lo:tst so far as the former U cori eernel. If there he any territory In tvhliJi the rebellion I not yet extinguished, it a In the District of Columbia. j The Congress now assembled will con fain in It radical membership as much treason us was employed In the attempted secession of all the Southern State. hi M nr.n. Wilson, Mc1hekhon, Strvfnh, and numberless others of the same sort, are as hostile to the Union as ever Toombs, Hhwkinriuok and Jot. Davis. The Congressmen leliberately announce their traitorous, revolutionary schemes In ad vance. They proMse to throw twelve Slates out of the Union, which Is precisely what the rebels labored vainly for four years to accomplish. i It Is therefore well that President John . son should deprive these radical gentlemen of the privilege of the writ ofhabent carpua. lie knows them, Is suspicious of. them, and wishes to place them in a position In which he can manage them. The only war against the Union that Is to be feared, or that has any magnitude. Is the one which. Sumner and Stevens are preparing to Inaugurate. H la proper to set aside the habeat corpus writ In a district In a state of active rebellion, Therefore it la eminently proper to hold tin terrors of martial law over! rebellious Washington. The country will be glad that the Hrcsldcnt foresees the evil, and is pre paring himself to meet it." ,., , . . The President and Habeas Corpus. The Price of Emancipation. In addiiiuu million of lives and three or four thousand millions of debtr-in addi tion to the taxes therefor and for the pres ent actual support of an army of nearly two tiunrimt thousand men to mle the South, we have another annual tax hot specified lu the statute, which is thus explained by a letter from New Orleans : "in lHou. we runilshed you twenty-five minions oi floiiars' worth of sugar at five aua six cento a pound the best sugar, too, in the world.! For that sugar you are now paying the slaveholders of Cuba and Brazil one hundred millions of dollars; aud this um except a very small amount paid in exports, has to be paid in gold. And of the twenty-live millions our planters used to recleve from you for their sugar, your peo ple managed to get back the greater portion of it in payment for your corn, your pork, clothing;, shoes, machinery, agricultural implements, and a thousand other things which we either bad not the means or ca pacity, or it was not our Interest to produce. You will find little demand ' now In the South for any of these ; first, because we have not tho means of paying for them; aud secondly, because la tho impracticability of cultivating our great staples, by reason of the disordered state , of our labor, wr have been compelled to . devoto all our resources to producing the means of sub sistence which we have hitherto found it more convenient and profitable to buy from you." ,. , , , The Strong Divorce Case. The New York )iaiiers come to us with full reports of the proceedings in the Strong divorce suit. The case is one of much local, and not a little general Interest, ou account of the high standing and extensive circle of friends and relatives of the parties Involved. Mrs. Strong does not apjiear In court, but U represented by her father, President of the Bank of Commerce, her brother and counsel. Mr. Strong, accompanied by his brother, I.leutcnaut Colonel Strong, apjiearg with kli counsel. The Implicated brother the eatise of all the trouble Is absent, an officer in the army. Mr. Peter JI, Strong, the plalntiir who sues for divorce, is the brother of the wile of Bishop Bedull, of this State. The alleged cause for the divorce is criminal conduct on the part of Mrs. p. H. Strong with Major Edward Strong, the brother of Peter. Uotham is all agog over the trial. A Washington special to the New York Times says: "The report of the Seerctury of War U ready tor delivery. On the first of May last, we had, lu the field and in the hospitals, 1,000,603 meu. This has already been reduced to 175,000, and the process of reduction is still going on. By the first of July next, the army w ill .consist of &o,uo0 mon, which the Secretary deems sutllcient for a state of peace, and he will ask for ;O,000,000 only tor this year." In Mississippi the colored trnoi have at tack ad aud snued a railroad train. Their ofliccrs could not control tbeiu. 1 1 Brownlow's Administration. It HIMN-or lut ni, r Parson Hn.wi.low's ndmlnl.iralloi, as (tovernor of Tennessee Wml. ofHclal hcajMuarfcrt, held a meet - lng the.oiher evening u. .leylsc ".easiiren for their own tirotivl inn "ngmtmt the biin.ls nieclliiirs an the nnler of the dav In other " '"P '." ' ."" ' parts of the Slate. The ipnMInn naturally arise. What Is the terrible Parson doing as (iovernorof Tennessee 1" He has tile rcpn j feitintv of a backwoods Oliver Iromwell; ibut those abounding robbers and murderer around Nashville will hardly sustain him tint t liarantor. A gn at blowers Is Vivry keldoni great In anything but hlnsY ni. li t Uovernor Krownlow look to bis laurels, jlf cannot aunpress the robliers and nml- dersof Trnnesee let him say so. imd An.y .lohnson will do it. .Veto .-, llfraM. j Like all great ''blowers," the parson only reiinlnil little tilde to thoroughly bliv out. lie la now fateU t Just about tita trie character that lif ft coarse, ami.vulgur ar)d very viiulictive old fellow,, more find- mouthed than auy profcslonal blaekgiianl, and tut possessed of the ability to counter balance these had and, disreputable qual ities, lie was knocked into a gutter, not long ago, by one of his quamlam friends; and since that time he has been robbed on the highway by one of the many cut-throats who abound In and aromul Nashville; under his reign of brutal violence. Meantime murders and robberies occur there, It would seem, every day and night.' It was an un fortunate and unhappy day fbr Tennesson when Lincoln and Stanton thrust Rkown- low upon her people. j ; j ! Statistics of Soldiers' Cemeteries. Olllelal report about to be presented to Congress, show that the niimlier of white soldiers that have died iu Washington from August 1, 1801, to November 'A IXOIV, is 15,412, and the number of colored soldiers Is 6,328. The whole number that have died at Andersonville, Georgia, Including sol diers, sailors, employees, and citizens, is 12.018. The number of soldiers burled at Spottaylvanla Court-house and the Wilder ness is 15.000; at Nashville, Tennesson, 32,000, and at Richmond, Virginia, 00,000. Of the soldiers buried In and around Washington, 4,220 are from New York. 8 from Illinois, 210 from Indiana, 782 from Michigan, 678 from Ohio, and 200 from Con necticut. The number of those that died front the effects of wounds Is 6,808, and 2,404 are reported to have died of typhoid fever. There are 11,288 men burled near Washing ton whose names and regiments are un known, i i. : i.i i i The New York rKorfd of Friday last, says: General Lec writes to a gentleman in this city in reference to the recent sense less rumor, that he had requested permission of the Government to retain certain pieces of artillery at Lexington for the use of his students; I have nothing to do with the siuuary institute nere; oia not know uumo were any guns here; have Ho use1 tor any guns, and never made an application for them." , . ,.. . , Law and Cudgel Practice. The Commercial In a lengthy and learned disouistion upon the Julian-Sleredlth case. In which it thinks Itself settling the law of controversies eudgelistlo, makes, by way of illustration, a nescent upon vauanaignam; thus: "Vallandlgham's ease is similar. If he had faced the mob at Katon with firmness, It is likely he would have got along with out serious molestation, and no doubt he would have Improved his chances to escape rough punishment and possible massacre." Vallandlnham's case bears no similarity to that of Julian. A few youthful rowdies, of the loyal caste, drunk with patriotism and bad whisky, threw a volley or stones at the ear in which he had taken passage; and he let thein throw. Nobody was hurt the only damage was to the cars and he would have been very foolish. Indeed, to have done othurwlse than he did. There was no pretense of personal grievance; thedemon strutron was by persons unworthy of no tice; and It was the community thnt was disgraced by the conduct of Its unworthy members.' It may be a part of the Com merekiri philosophy to face an array of vulgar vagabonds, gathered for mob pur poses; but, if the case was the Commer eiari own. we are inclined to think that It would find It convenient to leave Its philo sophy In the abstract, and keepits personal carcass out of the way of the missiles. C'titcintiaM Etupiirer. " ' Clash of Authority. An excluuige thus notices a slight differ ence of opinion between General Sheridan and Governor Hamilton, of Texas ; "A difficulty exists In Texas. Iietween Governor Hamilton and General Sheridan. It seems that the Governor has arrested several citizens (we suppose) for political offenses, and desires to have them arraigned for trial iM'fore a military commission, to which General Sheridan objects. We never bad much coulidcwa iu Governor Hamilton, and now that he Is punishing meu for acting iu conformity willi the dic tates of their own conscience during the lute war, we think still less of him. , While General Sheridan seems to desire to con ciliate and to restore fiU-rnal relation be tween the people of I he two wings of the Republic, Governor Hamilton exhibit hU new born aeal by persecuting those who once disagreed . with hiui ill relation Ui the propriety of the war. , General Sheridan triumphed. "The Chattanooga OaMtttt says the Frued men's Bureau In Mowrv couutv a few duv since arrested a negro and commanded hhu to marry a certain negro wouiau. The man refused to do so, whereupon he was inhu manly tied ii D bv the thumbs and forced lo submit to the celebration of the marriiure rite. A Fenian Unit has been raised over their headquarter In I'll Ion Souiire. New York. They pay 1,000 per, month rent for, the PHOTECTION TO AWERICAM iNUI'STIiY The carpet for the Uepiesentatlves'llall, at nasningvom nas Been lllljioi teu rroiu rJug land, and cost 7,0oo. , , A New York turv has rendered a vrnlLi of $1,004 7S analusltlusIndeeiidont Telo arranh Line for erroneous traiiHiiiisHlou oi u dispatch. J Specimen of Honest Voting. Tll ,,,,, f ufclVft,.. .n,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, )lf Mdh rs' votes..!-.- Shown 111. In a ' ", e"te,l ZTT' uZ V,,;irlvl ,tJn ,h ?wttn f,,,,,, (.riwlr-iti.l r nnaiil.-. a, . riirnei us east nir I rrv-ilvn I r,..it, voies. mi ior ".ivcii ; ami a large nu hiIht of -voUw re rtiirnel tr him from a regt- iiiem uaieii noln bvneliliiirg, Vs., wheij the regirueaC not in tluittown at all. Other lAposnres of nn erjnnllv villainous' sstnm nuilf, nnrt !H"'the ctirltcet hapeiis to be a family fight between two memliers of thw kxl mid Huinanily" party, it may be inntirinod what clients were M'rpi trated uon Uaiiiocrntic canill- dates miller cover of the so-called mil- Hllrrs' vMo. Tliewholcsnle frailulmrt with i(rw f Met l.l voles from the! envelopes, and the Hubstitutinn of Muoolii vols iu their pliices, in a tact that is pos- ,,v,,v k"ow I Anothkr (Jkf.at"I iaiovr.NV. "Tim Nashvills VitficUA satsl "(Mir iwaders w ill n''1 ,M' u priseil to hear ot any startling discovery, since the subterranean passages or cnwa have ls?eir bronght almo- to light under our city. Jlut the new discovery of; which we speak Is nothing short of an ini- mensfl oyster bed at Fishing Kurd, on Duck river, abem fortv-fhree irtllcn from ihl. , - ' " vivj. inirm Hinr iitTJB lining III 10 uur city, and were exhibited yesterday. The) are siii'rlnr to any of the oysters being shlpiied to this place, being larger and bet- ter seasoned. A number or gentlemen will leave me oily to-Uay on an oyster-tishing excursion to the ford. This Is no hoax, but a veritable fact, and, from the reprem-uta-tions, Nashville will never stand In need of oysters of the best (iiallty and at tiie lowest A military nomiuisslon has been ordered to Investigate certain frauds alleged to have lieen eoinmitted at Bostun,' Mass, by agents, who by fraud and misrepresenta tion Induced and forced German emigrants to enter our army tut substitutes.. New Advertisements. JAMES KELLY KKAI KSTATE AHKNT, NORTH RAHT COk.NSR OF THIRD ND MAIN aTRFKTg, bATTON, OHIO. , I HAS TH F0LI.0WIH0 PUCKS Of PROPEUTY for snln. ussBii sfrsctino km of Isrxt, all boliom, timr Ihs Vllfjr Pik, m Mi) RiT-r In wot tup, two ratios iiutii, rrnn 111 I'syiOD-'priCC V 1.17 prcre. Stnira Ssw HilL 6 Dm Uniruo mad OinMnnaii Air Mas Bail R, laif mlra from Biohinoml, vjo Aent of lima In Harrison townaMn, well in prond aail no,l buil,lin(( srloo, I loo pur sere four diiIsn from Iiavlon. W Anna of laoJ. la WsabiaUa matiin, wall tmprnTMf and aplnHtd buildniKr--prta, BUS par sits ainht nitlaa from Pajtmi , , . U UK) Anraa ol I a ot in Waahioiton lownshin. Land urwi ri. moanraia impri'Taniailta Uin miles from tylon, Pike all thaaj-pnna.sui iwiacr e ioaa M land m Mad HiTartAwmhip-nn mils from liavlnn Una louaUon, buildings nioderala pnoe t'JWI r ten. i i , ' ,!.(., 7 Ama of land la Mad Kit r townahip, FiiWb or ""7 wnaim iwiMra worm or-improTemaata. t plnjnl - loratioi. oTarinokinK tha oilr, bold ra-anoalS. on mile (rnn Darlon. i m Aarea of land la W.ihinu township, seTen mites from D'jlon. near Ihs Pika, under ahigh aUle oi munition, inni ouiiqinga prioa. siuu ansin. 190 Acme Of land first nnalttv. In Van ftnren bnw ship. D mlleafiom ftaylon, near tha Plke,sood tin Idinna i riee. tlio an pr. u.j. ui i.ou m naoiaon lawnanip, bulldlnaa lood, land yiod tine Spnnn eight miles Item Da., ton-prasi, ase sot ant. , - . .?.."!". J(H Aires ot land in . lay tnwnahlp, fourteen mile, rr im Baaton on s line of Mail Road, moderately ira proe price. ItO p r aore. - ' It Acrca of laiidin Hatnaoa tawnahip. four rai'aa m lly'"a' lmi.rovemente mtHterate, land food pri'e, Stts) ptracre . . 8U Aerea ol laud In Perrjr townahip, aood brick noune, and other imrroiements moderatel food ouruaas mil., from Dayurn, thiea mllea from the Pik pro ,a,oii, in pnjimenta. ( , , , HS4X Aorea land tn fluuar PVeek 'tAwn.hii lreene coiintr eight milea from Dayton. near Pike. lo impioT.meou, good lead, can badirtdadprloa, 51 pee aTe .... , tra AO-es or lami In Mad Riaertownahip two miles Iroro Dayten on fa Pike, no buildiugs.aaad aecond i'ttm-prti , tltO per aore. SI) Acme of land lour milu lam r,. ., P10 Eatoo Pike, good improyetneau k, IM and 1, or two rarma in Madiaod townahip aunt mile, from Pajton, one mile irom the Pike-, Aral iqual IT ol land Si. am Haw Mill beat epperaue miheoounty for making ttorgum Nolaaaaa, other ,uipi.,.ei.,.a.. naoa, nne opnn ml Orcluud price, tor tha whole traul 1114 per aore. K,s Acraa ol flrat!lA&a iu,j m a..n.. ship ten tnilearrom Daytmi, Pike all the wa-. huildl ntta milling good, good Orchard pnoe. Sloe per lt Aere nr hud t Waahlneton township"- aayen ulra trom Diiu n. near the an .... ilwelnng, i arn au ether nrprovementn, good Hue Spring, orosard, hai.'-rf Ihia farm la in Mark Imnd prme SKIO per acre. , , . H Anrea.of aiiperlor tarn) tn Haiti son township three and a hnllmilKB fmm fiaylon, on the Hike, Hook Uouse. RiaNe and Tohacco HueiL nice location pnce.Slna per aore. . IBS Acreaol land id Parry townnhlp-fourti-enmilea from Iiaylon, th-ee milea from the P,ke, Rank Bern. lenoliHou-e Thia ferm muataell iota, bomebodr W'llKet atavsain ' lnadilitnnta theatv,.! ,1 . .. . . ri land near Dayton, and a niimor ol larjiea in other oountiea. 1 hrae or fiiur In Indiana. Uouaeaaed Ini. n the city. Some vnnant lta. Tan ne n,u urosa-i the Miami, will beeol'l cheap. . Ail Uisiueaa iu iny line -nail t proinidlr attended no i rir oseadealfng and aailniki tiou guarsn'aeil. de4-dlwAwlmo NEW ESTABLISHMENT. FA & 11 ION A HI. IS . , O 3? E K, A. II O Tj'a K IIAT,' STORE. tver BoscrlptUi of Hals and tops, Ladle' mill C lilltirci. Pin - lf..).- TUI imUKUUUINKI) BKUS TO 1NPORM TUB iiublio that lie haa oieuud and w.ll keen tion Unll)i on hand erery t iuM that la new and dealrulila in tna atxiie line, (very thiuji in the marVet that l atlraolun, ilea.raUe or new wilt lie added Irom Uue U Uiaa, makHif It ana ol she moat oamalela MeOta)HMnta,n'lkel(iudisHieBal. Lailiea1 and tjliil.treir. r. ,u n. ..I. . i riutieatqiielilieaaoldiB lha Wert, a( Jouar lwa t.. emeu, ytt. i i 1 reapectlullTaolicitanexaminaiirin of jlaek. ' , ., . K. A. MKKHMAN, deoj dly , y4. 14 Hub atreet, DayUio, Ohio. CHARLES C. OOHERTY i CO.. . JatroMTKHH ANI JOHBHHS OF - MILLINERY G00L8, BONNETS, RIBIlONS Xr) SILKS, ,. . Wl ltatM Wffrt, oriirrtr Union. , , , itelween Pearl and Tliir.l, , 44air Olft lMIATI, OHIO, MOISUMKISTAL OY8TKK CO.. W 1 L L niT A Y L 0 R . ' ' , , .lAvnstiiRa, an, , . , r Fresh Can and Keg Oyster , , nnvKivrn nay.r BT KXritKHS. ' I Also, Core and s,oed Oylera. clama. Lobaters. , i- e-lelioie, SaMj.e,ao4 Jtlllea, lor-eia-n JfruiW, 8. K. Corner Fifth and Vine Mtrcetx, attxlawu OINCINNATI.OHIIJ. New Advertisements. New Advertisements. ' J '""' f v ' ! : 1 j ; I j j . J) V. NAUERTil & SON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL tnaj.KKs". KOHF.1GN, CAiiSltaiid IT. XL. XJ.X.T a Oysftors, OnudioHii . ! X i 1 ""Wihos," Ac., &r Ac. J. V. NAURTJI 4 SON. 4 i 103 Maid 8tret C H ARLES HOFER. ., ...... r,A..r. vr.WAN ' a-imiva.i ir hrit v la i 'TJ-,,V- J T Tin, ll.- iJOUrbOn and Rj6 Whlflky, No. 1'4H Walnut fsf reel, IMd wlf (1IN0IMNATI, OHIO. C. J. IMI'N, . HtWLtV, SMITH; H AWLEY & CO., ! H HlU.KHAl K AND KKI All. j FURNITURE WARER00MS, (III Vl:ST IVIKl'll H'lill'.CT. w.mui .n,i vine, uuk'iti, 0. MunntiMtfirj,. Mlrwln. Nurlh Want (Jornsr J'Mrl m l Klti ile4,Utf, DR. J. H. RUTTUEY, CELEBRATED MACNETlfPHYSICIAN, WILL IIK.AL THK HII'K WITIIOltT . MEVIVIXH Jt'OH TH'O.JUOJVTIIS At Goodwin lloliie, formerly Rway ia Houae, I DAYTON, OHIO, Olrlce hours from S to 19 A M., and from a to 6 P. Ml The iwior will be libernlly considered, t dectld3t WILLIAM H. CONOVER, ' Magistrate of Madison Township,! IITII.L ATTKNO TO DRAWINO AND A(!i VV knowledKiiig Deeda, and tho collection ot claima. a , c l Me la ale prepared to attend uil he rtrswinflol IS, airumenia ol writing, oorreclly, at abort notice Siwl! CBOkOK W. NOUS. ona a. N'KlRoa HOUK & McMAHON. -A-ttornoyH nt Xtaw, It A Y T ON, OIITO. Orrma, Mo. novit'im 3'4St Third Street, Kt ol Haiti .Hi lid STEPHENS HUBER & CO. HEAL 1-iHTATK A OK NTH,' 337 tifc UOr Th..rU .St. WILL ATTEND TO THE BELLING AND BDY 1NO of reiki enia4, Ioad monev od bond aod b)tiniiB n- ruwd io inein win pe laitmuiij fWtndeit tn. Uct.afi-tf TalOMAB 0. t'jWI. Ol T. KAVatftTat. LOWE & NAUERTH, 11AYTON, OHIO. nUSINSSa TRANSAOVRQ IN GERMAN AMD U r renon. , , , - , t f Orrica liyer kbkvy1' Bookstore, Third street. no;i,iiilin tt WOOAMAH a. O. SHITII. H, WOUAMAN. WOCAMAN. ' SMITH .CO.', AVrh'olcsal6 OWicbrs. No. 28, IffaiD 8treet, Opera Building TT AVE OOISSTANTI.Y H HANIA FULL AND beco, turn ev-rT other arnol ar-d ior m th- whole jtrocarv trad. UAving rt-cnttj ramovH to our urw roomi, we nTe Kreaity imTcamHl our,tiKicK, tuiu r prprd to till All oidern piotnpdy. K We rHprftrully mil ih H'tait"D ol city and nohn try dttAlfM to our n-w uux-k ol urot oneB. MtiHliud that weciin giv ihem iMfiot s they lad t)Uintmiy other houM ( ihcj. 1 ' UUV)II FARMERS AMD MECHANICS . HOTEL, (Pjtmtrly Lnjnyll4 AnuAa,) Third St., sioith, aide, .fuel Kat ,r U.lli-raouHtmel, DAYTON,. 0,H I O ., JOHS) A. SHIBK . . Proprietor. Sas 0 tAa tVlraten (nut .W-ni,r, I9rnd Olill,otoacireHnl() THIS HOTED HAS BREN THOROI'GQLY BBNO VATFD, and reinrniaheil, and wilt be kept a a flrat .class hotel In all ita dopurtmauU. . Uoardim by the meal, dav, er week. Good aiatila on the nreausos. Ommi n.aea run to and Irom the Depot. ,. , , GOLD AND SILVER GOODS. THE OLUUiqj-.MUg HOUSE. P. A. LAFEE, No. 3i0 Third WtrfM, Say tort, Ohio, HAH Jl'aT RKTCKNEL JfUM MW YOKK, with a auperb aMaortment of extra good in hia line, conaiatlug of the larunat and .moat elejiaul IWOt f , I l. 'U.il " i:il,l ', i - GOLD AND SILVER , WATCHES, and Hue jewolry, too niimerona to mention in detail. Hia arraliitenii'Ut with lniiorlera and lYianiitaoturera la aurh that No tiNC can underlet! turn in tlio name line and ifimlity ofaooda, Wholeaale or Kolatl Thoae who are ai'quainltvi with Ina eienumaleiii'ea and buai n,Ma at home, are awarS lhal no jewnler, Kitat or Weat, ian;al1ord lu Sell ai tbn aaute'low tirollia, , ilia giiarantMa to. his ifooila, lor III )aat SlUuS years thai he haa been in bll.iiiei,a here, have lieen aertl pnlimalf met. These arn Swte known tu tlioiiaanda. The HiilMcnlier alao 1ms, aiuna ,ellioc luiueaior imii.iaDUlvil i, au aan elieiK aiaorluieu 01 njwra lilaaaea, aoineot them ae lii(lt aa Iwelve-Klaea UK-na. HIIKl'IIKKIl'S l'KKMIl M titll.l) l'KNH. A lie), the lateat aljle ol Fteneb Mantle Oloiika, in,. An , So. Call in and examine, floode warranted aa aold deoldawSm .fv i i ; . A. LASKK. HOIISR AND LOT IN t'A ItBOLTON ATMAVl'KR COMStlSMOUItRirlSAL.. " iu . .77 Daniel Utfhtv's sdna'c. fltf. i N. 3m , vs MontKomery Buuerlor EliaataarUs, etal Defte, j tlourt. " Pur.uaot to an order of the Hnwerlor Court of MootMotiiiiry Oouniy.tthio, niade In the above entitled eaiine aud to aie iMrteil, J.witl utter at 't)itbtn Aim ttou at the door of the txirl Uotiee, In the ttily ol lie) uu. in the t'ounty and Hute atoreaaid, on , , A,T,tVY'""l';l1,KR '1S5, l 1)1 Between the flours of t and 4. oYlouk P, M.,01 aaid day the Mlneitie; ,tmrHtil' Heal KatateT via: Situaie iu the County oi Montaoenery ad tEftate ot Uhio Situate and bemi in iha Towu of tarrulton. all ot in l..l numbered Ally aevea (Mtuatke ilatol aaid Town. naid iiroperty hna been aiirsiaed at S1.S00, and can not at II for loaa JheA two-ltunlf of aaid aujiraiaiueut. Ter ma Leah. WlI.NKIl H. hKl.VtHK, . HaetrOoBi'a awat Siipenoa Uoart, i Xu.a Out, Ait'y. ,. , . . ,. , . Move i ber id, lati6, . .j.,, aoirttwbi. . 1 i HUHAW""wi& TTJVritiUioiJACiTf Jii will be ooni-uotly Kept on hand tut Meuioal auj banramental uiiriioa'.., by H. Jerome, upaiawmI City Hotel. Alao Wine Plauta Kiraala hv aeplSdaot W. J, HHatLDUM. I New Advertisements. NO MEDICINE GIVEN. ti-.U OIT i'.'i l.i X T I-iexltijVtoii ' -A. venue, ... 'I , v'.V;',hbw'.',''yob' .':;'; M.tti n,x,.it t-, 1 1 I . : it .tins! .trbt I ' CHRONIC DISEASES, . I ,5ir.U Oil I I.i AIM ! r.ATR Vr" NKVV VrtRK fitV. A 1 .11 ATS i'. MtlNTKKAU yifhUKtJ., JKTIf01T. 1 HU ml, n A . " CfNN ATI, 1 1 1 1 1 . , ST. I.OIIIS AM) t' IN- II AH TAKKN CLEG G 'S II ALU THIIMt 8T., ItAYTON, t nittri hi u'iii I'ubtlHifimtt) 'the sick free of Charm; from ft I K . . ,M.,ttUJX. j i n Wltlioxit Money "Without"-Price! ' Monday, Uectiinbisr , , 4t.li, . 180, i" :i . i,i,' - I -I tit I . 't, t I if ' i l - - tt . ( . p ' rUlaV. Deceiniter SUtli', 185. " j , it. I - , (.. i I Kr ii e i ' ,i r... AI0- ,i , I I ! I . it i't :" Taken Parlors f.U. WWIUAVA VttfiM.lI if AT TOK A: PIULLIPS HOTJSTJ. WHERK TUOPK WHO ARE ABLE PAY MA V, COME. 2 UNTIL 6 P. M., EACH DAY. No Medicines Given t I .11 I ! rt; :, No BurficsJ Oporatloiii Porfutlued Cbronio Disease Cared I " v .' -" I .tM'l-IIVCl ' Acate Pain Instanly Believed I ..iX IU'1 t'U tt. llil.liii.i hJ'j'ii! II1IIK I till TEE LAME Will! TDD DllUn PCI I . . infi flLIIU:Lni iiif' t THE'tEAf' HEAR! Over Fifty Thousand Operation i ... i t' dtoetdlwatiltw ' I ' ' j' Amusements. . . aolKEEH IUAMATIil!l DBOKHIi IlecAT.T.. ltfitct MAnr.or...e,..t, x I. rRFhKUM'KH Mlftf( Mmi-wt r.U.H Hll.L, .4 yi- " (r'-t 4-- t a-dkiwwu . Ths wjVUrsUMl TrAMfNlmD. O. Dnrton Hill. Tliojilliiy Evr-niiirr, I'f f .,,1 MOrt, OTHP3TiT-iO ; The Moor, of Venice. OlhalVJ..;.,J.,.,i,,;.h,t.e...V.. Hailnn Bill Aaiaiiow. .... t.ili.rv i.4.,,4eee4.eeA.JA .tisnenti t'elite Tieitwta for riate at J. T, Rrunnya Milaie Htore. lioiira ..peaatJX ojaka. .flvertnte. ttnraeee at. Tt-, n at,. ,e. ' 1 I 1 1 1 i t . "ii.piu! ham Thilreiay A Friday Eva'i. Dec. 1 ft 8. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. .tro-fd'n Farewell Ktihi m Amertcn. 'J . ABTEMltR WARh'S HUM0K More hnmoroue than anv other humor. Tho giin 1, broader, u liter ihemankor whieb liea, if not 11,0 deepen! wiailnm, mon atartlin o.motoou ikim ier. muni huv the bonk lurtlielDaalvia - (,.imti6f .jmiilal, Ifnlvi,, ' AtlTRMUS' WARli iAMtiNU'fHJUIMOMSJtlNH. 1 he piibliu are rsieaiiuUs laminae ut Um- will looi-l pii.llivi-ly he Art W r.l . only i,i,;l,l, n, llavL.n, pi.,r to hie dHimtlnrii.fnr KiivlniPt, Kkere suKi..nt are e'remly IA-iA tn-tleele,! fr ,m earlv appearenee at Kt!Votiaii Hiill, Loudon. The pii'lorlal pert of V.I-, entertainnient einbraira EIGHTEEN COLOSSAL PAINTINGS, faithfully ruituoraelilnr, on a nnnt,r an lo, iha M'reetaotHalt UkeOltv, end the na.nl,, beeiiuiut Valley of lll .h. The eei ompa, y.nK devrriptira l,ee. tine by rteniua Ward will h cheerful. Tlia aiicvean of this Entertainment haa lieen en marked that ilia perhnpa proper toreter to It lrre Itommrm-inir in Uie City ol Wrw York, It wae ,:iv.n at ioilMrih 1111 rnwded honiiea. Ila aua.e.a atilMeuaenllv in llr.:nr. iiiiiiiireii roneeelllive ntihl Mil a.lelpMa, llnltimere, Waehini-t, n cdii aii,, and HI. Lonia, wan no leaa poaitive anillmllianl AllMlMSMlHrlUCISrWS. RKMMKVItn HRATS TS CTH: Keaerveif aeala for aale at J, T, k nuey'a Mu.. r tore. No. sis Third Street, where tlaa ol the ball may he seen, Male of aeata for Ilia two nights, wlil ootnraanae on. Monday. Iierernlier4, , Jioo a open at 7 cniiiiem'eetS o'uloi k ' liie I'laiir. iiaed i Mr. Ward's .nlerlaiimMialeua. irom the relehraled manufni biry of Kui.b A Uo .audi kindly furninhed by Mr. Renney. ' , JNt; I.SIIlTH.li,reiiton Amusements. Dry Goods. 328. 328. NEW STOCK DRY GOODS. GEO , A. DIXON, 8'2H, Tlilrfl 8lift, ( HOP Til IDE.) : I II w' .' . II , I1-A8 Ju.tr II flnent.ai Plain j'JtV.4. reiieived. and M Oltenrnd. tha lareaei. acul beat Melected stock of Kano and UODS. Dreiia Uooda. atalaaoMU. aiiue, Clothe for Van's and Doj'a Wear, wbwh inoludea Ilia following , , ; i , r , . DRESS GOODS; , ; Plata Nil, Is all Colore. , KHarrd xilava, in ml loloae. -n Hack 4v Plain Btlke, Corded 4a Iteue. KleanS tarla Veleela. ' Irian r. - Una. Plain and Plaid. Kreneh PopllitB, Plain and Plaid. Kronen Merinos, all Veiiora. Plain, Ntrliied av Vlgured Alpneae. nil Wl W..-i. ' ."""0, ' Weal lie Ulata, '' Aaaerloan Urn Lalnaa DOMESTIC WOODS. Amsrican Bleach Muslins. Eughsh Bleaoh Muslins, err fine. ' Brown Muslins. , ,, Can flannels. -.. 1 Cbeofci, Tick., and Stripet. ' "' " Linen and Cottoa Sheetingi 10 4 Bleach , & Brown 5 4 Pillow Case. Muslins. ..ti .. " : css-XiOiLrTas . . Alexander's (Geanlna) KU GISTS hlldren''a01oro. .',. , ,K H. . . Back, al and Caaalraer Glares MTiSta."" " 1 " ' fcllk and filotn tllaTea. ' " '" " " Bnr, very Hue. 1 "oaw ll.aterk " Wklineyn.ny.r. ,r:V,OTTGH 1 1, i t.'A. ..t,n.'l Muirb tUook of itlotba fur Uuu and Hoy. Weaurj ' tcleirsnl lilolha, fnrnvrr.'iiiiiai beneral ttKmk of NoiioUK. rliaelH and IlliaOiai While tliKelri, Urue alork; l.aoe tlollarHand I I ambroelenea; Haluierala, a vary .),- ,ii large line; HradUiy'a rele- kaaleid -.iUwia.. aSHea, .hmh. Ai' o . Au, , . , . . JI i I C ' , r. IU w jf i f !' Forega an A Domes 'ic. Our alnok 0 Ooode V he beat that TiudJ b a looted in aaetern Market., aiul ta not excelled in any ''y,lrvl at lu Isteat aadaioal eleaaniKiyie, iv1 The FuMie are cordially invited to nail and eiatu na for thaniaalvea, , ; f 8 THIRD STREET, SOUTH SIDE. : ' uoviiHir a a',i4 t 1. 1 s .. - ...... i p from Lunntin. Ni Ml IMMJ.ARrt HKVVAHH.-Hnnl.lvH hn tnibrihr's ttrt iniaua. nsuir Vlli, LiTit.fr, (f irmlMr tt. a Hinrk Mar, twa vturr ultl kii "prnjf, about iiit(tri hamm amt tam tiwli hijtli, Uhfiir ifi htr ror-tuHit, lm vy mann tun I lurvt'tp. ami Uirt I'uuUid. Armmnluf $Mi m oil rtl for br mmu M . A U4MMA. , Xnu, N fit 14, laiH. norsiaU t'K. 1a- DMIlHH10NKIl "AS Hi:N 1 duly i eataftieet i api'muled aiei-iilrii of the laat wit aiid I of Henry 4t.r,Mr. I,.a .,f M uilltfOinerv county, iiIiiii, duueamd. noviOdllewU rRKtlEMl'A UALUHKH.