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Vr rrnlr f Avltht 61 rierrierttii ..?... ...... J A By in ill, p annum, In Adv inn ? W H I ha KMl'IA fr If ' (1 in n.m- K uiiery nouiity. ryiimt In h Ivuium in nil onset.' ' jiroB BrRXsa-TXN'a-i (f etery dncnp(jin, attainted on Steam Presses, In , thebt trie, and at reaaonaMn Hca. 1 Franl. Handing, ,H. 110 main Nt. Piano Fortes. : O. J. WILL ARD, i Na. AIT HHIUIIWAVi NSW YOllK, nniuAi.l Piano Forte and Music Dealer, vnot.ciii. Aist rem Win. A. I'onA ft; llonrdniani uriT ex vw'e, nm nD ol to'if . . and Oilier l'lrl-t'UM :piA.:isro FORTES, CABART, NRRDHAM - CO'fH IfKW PARt.OR . UMt MUctJC TKACHKttS AND DKALEHH WILL HK riTHNIHIIKI) W'TH 811 KWV MIIHICi Instruction Hooks, Piano'n, Organs or Malo eons,. wuoienaie moot. 1 Nvtv Munlc Hent to an .vtdivrtrt, free of pmUp( on repA.pl of prm. Pries, Victor at LahL Honsnnil... Chortia, try......... .....Win P Urad.itiry, ...... 30 Our not da CIuhI lum Away, an Billowy ou Ilia Death of Abraham Lin coln, by.. T R Thomas It's All Up in DixiA.oy Tucker Jell in I'ftUiooftlft. A Kong ir lhe Time-, try .Tiirdcer... ..,..., I'm Lonoly slnoa ha lofl Me...M K' at... ...... lie, or tht down In PennsylTO- uyt Haniuf!lnii;dl I hello? her true to in If iHmr.l , I hare no much to tell I U Thorn a. Hlat him rest. A trlhiite to the I taHtphn 0 Pester, and emhelhshad with hm LikorMtmi ..... ......Henry Tuuknr "lUmorink In heautuul. Word by Boniifmlt Uiinif...lan Bryant, n. IjOt star of my homo. Tint last song Ami ohoniA. ty.H enry Tucker... Little house under t e HII1...E 0 I'holpH LMfa me not in dark Dea 40 .. no .. 50 Mir A If Wood .'. Mmri von thnt d J ft MrNAiiirhton Moonfilit wilhtbfw RHftynr H5 MvlwAuurul Iitno I M it Hon m m My Polly Ann. Comio DatIn Hrtni Mottwtr'N HlAMiiinK F WuMowtt Mi(iMoor M V tM". My AdKaI Hoy H 0 Printer MiiBMuntho Wv. Im-U.,.0 WUIorer Never dm my lovn mo ' ehnnufl .J H Thomns , TUmi, liUln Twinkling 0tr........H (1W Tl OrlltlopM , There none U ny Good Nilit to me J IT MeNft'ighton Trunt me All lnall,or noi At All, Words by Tennynon W tt Pwmntr r,. Rethon romvor mm ;H Mfllnnl HtMUtiful lremer(tor in'tar,).H Winner... . ., HAuLifl I tile of the Me J ft Thm BUie-evi-d It it it Mat I1 B l-v OAdArnrouH Jonne. Oomio Oeortfe Huwdryu... W I onnnotOAlt her, Mother (Ihnmi.erlain 9 Jeouie liven out mr Thi-e Mnhnn " KiSMinn on theHly I O Marder Ritui me, Puner, ere I die... VVAtkr Kury me intliettunuhine, H ttillurd Ant Child . M W H Hurr BeiutiAil Oloud.. h Aradie , BtrikioR 11. Huok by Dan BryinL D DRmmot ' Instrumental. 'Riff WAl.TKrA. L'ArJtU .., Hellesof Brooklyn...,-., IaUlaQrandVale....M.. FAUHt Flowing tHreamlnt.... Fuist , L Ardifa Ho. Wm. Warren....! Kii. Kettner....MM... Th. ()imlfiH,.H , V.U. Wei ....ir-o. Wm. Warreu.... uarfett Homo.M.... .Ihaun UNnne Heart.' Actio M m.Wm. B Allen.. tdt mH.WM.MH,.M .Joep MxniiA Kinn L Ardita UnlliaoilyfcrnDHidtiy...-5 HitUinr.M.H ' tfarcheft find (JuUkHtrptt. . Linooln Fimeral March... MHU 50 Ifitnaral March from Don Ue bestian m.m f'h. FradM M March Honaroine...A.....M.II Wollenhaupt, March Triumphkle Ir. FerAleaii ... .'10 March HoDteurttrin....M.t May her 4n ' "Jj'ariaUonn BeAiitiftil Dreanfjf. ...A ltAiimiich...,H......... M nail ma not battJf iVoni the RoholMeHhore. " ear mother It Cffne home lo Die " Dear mother Ite come home to Di.....HMH.vfr..M..w.O Ornhe tjaaif(an'i Ball y.r. K HaumAi'h. . r Bead for IllnatraUe) Price Mat of lnatrtimenta and Oaleioftueaol Mew Muaai. Adureaa ord.ra O. 1 WII.I,R0 Wholeaal Piano rVwtaafld Muatn Dealer. No Mt Broaawav, Mew Vorav JrlHjljr Piano Fortes. Dry Goods Notions, etc. TLItLIl, WALKER & MOSES, WHOLAHAL ilKAfcKAi IR DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ! :. Tailor' yurninhing ool, N. , Taraer'a Opera ' Haaae, Duytun.. Oliio. Ordera from eountrydealera reapeotfull, wlinlted cotli.lawU. Merchant Tailoring. NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES. jrjsxnr mill nnt MERCHANT TAILOR WOIII.D BKO tRAV TO I NTuKM H l roltM nu aito rn era and the publiu tu jisneral tliat has refipened his Merchant Tailor Kr.tbbliineiil in the new room Uuiioa Huiliiinir. No. ' Third trt, one door cam! ot JeftnrHon atreei. Hi goods are of the flneat and Uwt km the market. He calls youraUeuUon la bui Vrenck Cleth, Reaver an 4 roAsluaere which oannet be snrpamod for taste or unalitT. Tnl iuods will be hia-Im tp m il Utntt and bent style, and WArauaied to At. A ft HI asortment of Jen Piirntahiqji itcU always t hand 1 hnvea irarai and Well nle ited ston ot U.e vttry kHst tiAiiiji latasi syia vi 1( HEAUY MAUH OLOTHINO.' or thoae who oanoot w.lt to have nlohio mad ordnr. Al. I ak i to glva m a trial, and 1 will All to tiveaatiafaction. o-iU dJio HBNKT MILLRa. .:!i.).f- : ' :! ! 1--- L- vor; nr. dayton, o., wi:ini:si)ay, dkckmiieu (, i8(;r. jo.r4. The Daily Empire. Hotels and Saloons. PHILLIPS HOUSE, IMYTOtf, OHIO. 'pH R ntK)V wftV Ir -own Hon, hftTintf TWflnUj- olmnffml hiitfli. I. how own. n( nn'Aranmafl bMiNiv nlior iinnMitnil imnrnrnminlMfirlheiM,r'omo- d.lion of th. tmTo ina ptihlK!. No rftin will he HimriMito mnk.thn Phi Itnw lion. a, no hnr.tofiro, l ro.pocl. RUT l PIICGNIX HOUSE, Third Htrail, nawlan Ohla. A. STASH, Agent. TtHflhotolh-ftnrnoMiHy hoow npon.l, unti IH pr pnro.l lo iiwoun ULo trHVwl.ru nii lh pullii gBnnrallr lllllin Immtyl". Di'ldiUm MIAMI HOUSE, MIAMISBtTRO, OHIO, JACOH 1IURTHKH. Proprietor, 8IICCKHSOU TO II. I. BLACK V f t i- in IlflR proiwnt prrprlrtfir h.i. fitful up thin .vol known nd popular llotwl in tho lnl .tylo, nnd m now pronartu! tu muiotiimrKUte all who mnr uito him a call. A li.ru KtaUa anil ynl urn KUiolwil to IH notol. Tho piitroniiK of Iho public in roHpoctftilly .olio lla.l. m'Uil,i:ini . tll, ' ' " 1 Vl1 ' . PNHtKlA. 0PEK1 I10BU KFSTAlItWT. BILHABD BOOMS, Corner main and Flrwt Nla.. Daylon, Ohio. l,Afl;i: i HCIIIF.HI.K, fraprUlora. Meals at all Honrs, And fix UIiIok will Iw riirniahe l with T.rj lunir) ttn.l lolicai'.y of the HPfteon. The lti'lmnl TnWe re from ihn pel.hrnted man uratitorina of Jute. Unlke and HruoaWHrk Rro.,0in oinnali. . , , Th. nar I. .applied with Wineaand I.tuiora of the ohoiueat brmndH, holh loreiKQ antl doaie.tlo. The patronage of the puhlio la repeiiKully aollo Ited ', ootUtl NATIONAL SALOON, . 1 1 I . Kijihl Hplendid HilliAnl Tnhfei Vmir "ptciorfid Ton Pin AllnyH. Choice Ijlqnori aud Wines aIwava on hand, J. F. -I'PIKI.F,, Proprietor. J P. Kline Httpt. miifj Hotels and Saloons. Billiards. WILLIAMS' 1IILLIAIU) SALOON. Kntranrf, Third Ntrert, noxt door to lol Office, lao through I'hoei.l llouee. mil K atlranttort hAve hnun rrAntly innrenKed by two i new an j oiettAnc rour pockm tati'en wtin nnin wf'k s lalmt improved talent cusrii:nA and a n ral renovation and rerttuntjof tn wlioleeMtnlJiNh. m. He in (itanKiui ror phi t wvnrn nn hoikmih ri AMM'.trtilly a oonUimtiKe or the pnblm patronise. iii', in wii,LiAmn i ro; rieior. ug to:imd Tailoring Goods, etc. R(l tie ' ' to do HANDSOME AND ECONOMICAL K.I.KWAMtl'r KT I. KM OF Fall and Winter Fabrics, CUSTOM TRADE, Bctkcl Building. Jcfl'erson St., AIIOVHJ XUIBD. "(",' ( I an) now id rc,iit of N,w and KL'Kettt Kirlm of Cloths, Cusslmcres, , ., i i-c t ;. il ,.if. ' Vcstlngs and Overcoatings, Wiih I will have made In the muni CtMhionahlo st vies, and at the I.UWK.MT ANH PKK KN, My Old Oii(omM,aiitl the publx, generally, are inYiimi mi i urir meiwtiiren. I have . .'iirtv.l the stTViuea of Mr. THOM AM CMC M, KNTH. who ts reputed to lieone o( th bent ('intern la the iiroffNrifnri. an v where i -My sKi'k of etui's KumiMhlnfi Ooois is eleiant aaf itmpie. anu i nam everyiniun in tne nni whK; utMitletnau can dweire ' Csll iu and "K imuiK mr nto k, and loara uur urieati, , J. 8. rilAIM'll. , ootlailtl JeAWeoa Hta.aboa Tlurd Dry Goods. DIXON, FORCY & CO., Vmr. Hsceiid and Jrf rrrawn M. n, Ohio IAVK JIMT ttl'KNRII AINKW AND KI'I.KNDII) Hlot k of ,DKY, GOODB, ,0 loaks, . Cloaking, Cloths, Qhawls, BLHOAN rr bl aok: ANII FANCY Sillies. ALSO, A ..ARflR .STOCK OK . i -.( .' o -a. n.ir ets, Oil Cloth : , Mats,; . Hugs. CnimblCloths,1 " , Drugget, Window Shades, Damask, And Kwarythlnir la th war llaaatraralehtrf Uaoda. far B1XON, hokoy a m . JiaTTiia, Ohio. octl4cl3m Wanted—Agents. MPMTMKNT Betoruod Soldien jind nil Others, AdENTS WANTM1). Great ealeof Jewelry and Nllvfrwr Arrandalo Great Gift Distribution. our AaentH are mskiiur from Five to Thrrtr Irollum per day, and we siill ued more. Late invotoee from iMiropeiMve aweiiedo-ir Aionk loorne Million Dol'HrA. A Nlmltil avnrlmaiit nt W alultat at I n.'ta lAdms aid Gentlemen's Jewelry or all kinds, o' tti munt Tatihionai.le patuirns, nell.n st SI -ch. Hwtid th oenu for sftwriiflcAle and see what you are entitl d mi , ut miiu it naiiu Hismit ior our inrinn m AKenm, wltioh Ate of the moHt lllwrnl kind. Now In your norldAw.lw Mo. 1ii7 Wroadway, New Vork, Miscellaneous. THOMAS ft BECK, tlKAI.KKa IN, Coal, waad, l.latn,4?fiiurnl It Fred are OM CANAL, ItF.I.OW TBI HI) STRIKT, Duyton, Ohio OdlTdtl , K1AMAROO Manufacturing Company .1 . ' i Manufiwinrernoi , PAPER HANGINGS . ' A ! I WINDOWSHADBS. n. . BmclIVAI(,rroprlnUr. l T Will r.artk Street. f.w' niNOINNATI, OHIO, DR. J. S. ROSE, A(SI'.NT TO KKI.I. KIIUUAHB WINK I'l.AN'i'H, . Far IN, and 0 per llandrod. COH. KODHTU ANO I.CI IX)W Bid , Dayton, Ohio. ., . noTdawVt SAW MILL r"Olt HALIC WITIl WITH ' WK OOVVHWIKN'T, A l In aond worainjt order, tusether with twelve aorea or laud, iraine owefiiaa none . aenl.n. wi hiH ahed. aal iMrnoue mile Notthee.l el Oer rolion NtMiiou 0. II. i. R. R-, oa opoe.um Itua lnUlre or Ilia proprietor 00 the pronuaea. ttovlaw'itn Professional Cards. E. THOMPSON, Attox-iioy mid Notary, DAYTON, OHIO. Wll.l. ATTXND TO AM, HUHINR'H .N THtlH I Kl to hitn With illllKenne, prowipturaa, and iar. I'fllt'e on 1 hlrd Htr'at, over l.etMknNlalrKr., Olnllun Store. no.'dawlr WILMERH.BE L V I L L E , ttoriii) v 1 J jaw, N. I'.. )or. iniiln and Third Nia.,ajn KnlraiM'n on Third Hlrrt-t, no'y.da 1m I iay th, h to. J AMES KELLY, Real Estato and Loan Agent, N. F.. Car. in a In and Third Nla., ITiitrancn on 'lliird f-lnwt, nov2Adaw3m Onto. ODLIN & CAHILL, Attorney, and Counselor,' at Law, Oormaa'a BnirdlaR, Third .tre.t, fatndawlf TA YTON, "HtO. J. J. BELVILLE, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Ol'I'ICK : Torner'a Osrra lloaae, Room No. 1, -ond l-'loor, nnTtw MVTON, OHIO, C. L. VALLANDICHAM, O o ii ji n n 1 1 o r a t Tj aw, DAVTON, OHIO. WILL PRACTICK IN THE SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. irrioit Turn it's Hnunnd KIchq. Upnra limine, Konm No 3. DR. E. JENNINCS, Idite Font Hnrgoon ('timp Denniaon. oftera his )ser .ies AN I'UYHIOIAN AND SUKdRON to the eltiamte of Parlon and Ttclnily UtriCi:-Na. nr I.ulw Nt., t.twe.a Hd and 4th, Whera he mar he found at ail hnura. Rerereooea lira. J. O, Rmtb, J. UaTia, J. W. flietnnh. aeSttdtf. Groceries. J. B. CILBERT & CO., trtT r.i i a. i VOItKIOW Am) DOMESTIC Groceries and Liquors, NOB. 76 AND TH JKrPRRHON HTRMT, OPPOH1TR MAKKICT HHUHK. felt NEW WHOLESALE GROCERY, ' AT Knelal, Molnt?rr'e old eiand. '-MS Third HI. WOC AM AN, SPI ELM AN & Co. H ilOLESA hK fSKOCJSHN, AKK NOW OI'KNINII A LAKI.K A M n (.KNKItAI. n.nrtrnnt nt ll kiniia of lirooeriea ipiahle for t'lo o'Hiutry IrHdc. 'HHlora ere re.o"ifnlly nvitei in giv I'leui a onn i.ioan-i. iHfin. GROCERIES! FRESH EVKItT FAMILY IKHKKH tlOUO KHKAII DRO-c- rier'.i.n wd woMia iMiniud all nurrions inter- e(Bi to tfiri nsauall. O -A. 3T 1ST E D P.RUIT8 Western Peanh'-i. Plt.mn. HtrawrirrirN. Oninrra Tomntoen, Hlacklwrne:',Hnd CherriiMhrt.wfhATe Spire and t 'ove OffHtevH, alro,an auMortmunt ol Jollus, Midlluiv n Hum? nnd Bhoulilitrs, I.ampK and Cl Oil, huiiHrK And Coll ps, rinklfs, pw, rsncy .-toap-, in fact pt ryllcnp tiial (he liuirkt-tH atluril tint id di'slrahie. ToToitr Chwprs wn would nay kmpthe l-ef-t article o Kibv Cut t list nan be had. tj'ime one, cme all, end s what we can do. M'.NTlKK a HA I Ml, de ltd AW U Maint.,3 dnorehelow Market Insurance. Ohio Insurance Company rK 1 A Y T O N . O II I O . AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. ...$!' 106, Aati ii. 18. OFPfflB NO. s Til I nil RTltKUT, OPPOBiri ALL. IIUHTON HALL. HMD HtllM I1S(S TIKI AT Ourront IT rites. PIItKCTOItS: William Itli key, Joacpli M Turner, Oeora'e A. Urove, Jonathan Kenney, (I I.. Vallandiuhain, Ahraliam (laliill. John w la-Kim. Ilamilnm M.Turner, PeterT. looker. WILLIAM HIOKRV, Preaident. Ji INA. H A KWH MAM, Treaeiirer. . H. 0IU.BIPIB, Uaoretary. maUt Teutonla Insurance tompany I A Y T O N , OHIO. Olhne, WO Third Hlreet, (S,uir Slopi, nn.au'. Ottioa.) 'HIH IHIMI'ANV W NOW READT TO 1H) HI'S- ineaa, and will Irke FIRE AND MARINE RISKS " ' AT I IcMistiiiahlo 1 ates. I) I II KCTO US: J.hn Hs.iiuh, John V. NanriA, . Jnlui Kir-iihan-i, Jolin Heltrilon, ,nn MnntK, Krtdi-rkk Kunieuhoater H'iiry Miil-r, J)iu II. tttopp luvan( Jafolt Iii-okrr jolle, HAMTtH, rTestdrnt. Joan H. HriiPVALWAM, )MrHHrv. nmldti' JONS 0. O.IA a. a. sot i a. ww. m irr. IAI, ItOYEH & miTAKI- WMOLatSAl A tlBALrsJ IS Foreign and Domestic Notions, AH V a noy a a o 1) r Mea. asn and till, tail Hecand HI., KAYIIIN, OHIO. H. TJIE J)AILY KMrJltli II. H. ROBINSON, ITIII.1SIIKR ANI PKoriilKTOU. I)a.yion, Ohio, Wednesday, - December 6, 1865. Old Hickory. w MX) UUU All AiiHtrh'aiiR r fiiinillur with title Aoiiliriiiui-t of I li'iiiTiil Andrrw JiM-kann. yet vitv fVw know how it wim rnmifl liy thn nlii lirm. I Iiiiihmi to Iw nlilo to lu forni your iwtilnrH. In ls:t I wan i nt i iinit.'ly i-iuiilnt'il wllli (Tol. .Inliii Allen, I'lilti'd Slaliw Afrcnt of the (iilokiiHftw Iniliuiia, rwlcllnc III I'onto too ; mill with lilt brother, t'HpUtlii Wllllnm Allen, then ft iiierehnut In tlie town. I lcarnril iViini Ciipljiin Wllllitin Allen tlml his father wiw n nenr nel(;lilior mill ilevnM'd frietiii of (ieiKirnl JiickHon. thnt he nnrl IiIk brother John Her veil Ha Koliliem In hla eseort in nil hia eiini)RiKiiR and camped nt the Hanie lire, and niexwd with hlin clnrlnft the ( reek war. They wert) rflrtalnly (rrent fitvnrltes with hlin; mill lie rnwnned them for their friendHhlp by (rlvliie them luem live itpNiiiiliiieiiU in tlicl lilckanaw nation, while he WUft I'reHldent. Iu convermttloii w Ith Cnptnin Allen abend (ienentl JuckMin, on oiwt ihu'.hnIoii, I nakeil him how he aripilri'd the nnine of " t ld Hli'koryf" 1 bis reply, ns well M 1 can ii inenihi'r, In liia own words : Hurliiv; the eainpaltrii. whie.h included the, liallle of I'diiuektaw t'reek, tlm Rrmy whh moving rnplillv lo niirprlHu the lu diiuiH, mill we were witliout tent. In the the month of Mureh ft uold etiiiinellnl rain fell un uh, miniled with a sleet w llii'll lastx'd neveritl days. 1'lm (ieneral wrh ex posed to the weather, and was aiill'erinu; very severely with a had cold and sore threat. At nlglil, we bivouacked In a muddy bottom, while it was nnurinu; down rain, which froze as it fell, My brother John and 1, tliitllni; that he wa very un well. Im'chiiii1 uneasy about him, nlthnuch he did not complain, and laid down iiu his blanket by the eaiup fire with his sol (liera. Seeliig liiin wet to the akin, stretched In the mud and w ater iu his auf fcrlnjt condition, we tletermined to try and make him more comfortable. Wo cut down a atout hickory tree, iu which the sap was rising, and peeled the bark from it In htrire Hakes; cut two forks and a pole, laid down a Hour of hark and dead leaves, and roofed It, and closed one side, or rather one end, of tV structure against thu wind, with bark, antl left one cud open. Wu then dried our blankets and made liim a pallet in the tent we had vou-etf-ncbml. We woke up the (.Ieneral, and with some dillimiHy iiersnailed lulu to crawl in. Willi his saddle for a pillow, wrapiH'd in our dry blankets, and his feet to the tire, he slept snujrly and soundly all titt'lir- vdl i.iiocd In hlekorv hark. The next moruliiK an old man came into eaiup Willi a lilir ol WhlsKey, Willi which ulter linhilHnx quite frtiely himself, he jravc us all u "treat, as lur as tne itiitor w ouiu iro. lie seemed 10 he a kind-hearted. Jovial and patriotl.!od;fellow ; a sortof "privileged ehuracler In his country, vtiiiie Hbiirtrer lii(f ubout iiiuoii) the caiii)) fires, full of tun and whiskey, lie blundered upon our liickorv-bai'li tent, which liiiniediahdv ar rested his intention. After eyelnjf it lor a moment, he exclaimed : "What sort ol an outlandish Indian flxin" is I Ids V and gave it kick which tumbled down the ipieer-liMikinK structure, and completely buried the old hero in bark. As he struggled out ot the ruins and iookeu fiercely around for the authoi of the mis chief, the old Uht reeognicd him, and exclaimed : 'Hello, Old Hickory! Come out of your bark and juju us in a drink." There, was soinelliing so ludicrous III the whole scene, that respect for Ids presence mid rank could not restrain our merriment. He very good huinoredly joined us iu laughing al Hie inbhap. As he row up nutlshook the bark from him, lie look ' so toughed and stern we all pave him a tlnu 'Hurrah fur Did Hlekorv!" Tills was the lirst time that he ever heard these words which were afterwurd shouted by the mil lions of Ids countrymen, w hoiicver he ap- lH'arcd anionir them. I will only ami tnai t apiuiu m. Alien, i of Uavisnii counlv, Tennessee, who died Iu I 1'oiiIoUh', III lHitf, wait distinguished for iuti'ifi'itv. couiaira and strict vrracilv : and thealsive may he regarded as a true ac- coitlll. oi me origin oi t.uti iiicKiiituir ni (ienenil Andrew Jackson. Crime in Nashville. A terrible reign of crime exists, in Nash ville. Klghtccu ileal h by violence have occurred during the month of Novenilier. Continued murders and daring robberies have so excited the citizens that a vigi lance committee, la the talk on the street corners. Mayor Itruwu and the ixillce committee on Friday Issued the following proclamation: The prevalence of crime and the general sense of Insecurity, which prevails in the community, and which Induced the proela- million of the iAl Inst, iu regard thereto, demands immediate action. The under- signed, the luavor and polled committee, have therefore determined lo notify and re- the citi.ens of each waiil to mei't t tilts City Hall to-day, Is-twcen the hours of II a. m. and 3 p. nu and the eauie hours on Sntunlny. the 2,"ilh Inslaiil, and Monday Hie 27llt iiistaut. for the purjaise of taking to organie a patrol (breach of thecily. We earnestly call upon all good cltlwii's to resMnd pmiuplly. The exigency demands proiiiplncsa, and wu trust this call will bo answered witliout delay. e simply add. fur information, that we arv in conleience lib the inililai y author- lues iu regard to cMabllshlng an clllcieut IKilrol lor the suburbs and lor the luithcr purism- of procuring the pros r arms lor the eitln-n patnd. , Tu at Imuans. Krom recent returns re- celved at the Indian Iturcail, Uir various tribes of till' Culled Slates arc c.tliusled represent a collis tlve strength of ,Stl7,a) nulls of w hlch iinnibcr .Vttio are known have served in the Federal si it ice during (he (he laie war. t Mi AovioirrisiNo uatim. I Nf O A 1 I Y . On- aqu.re, (aialil? wor.'a, ao'ld) one insert on 9 One .iiare, three data,., Ine s,inire, one wrek ' ne a, i are, one moots. 7J I Mi i ro A (Ml 1(1 10 10 on One ati,re, three Dionl',a.n.HH.M , fii.e Hii ,r, pii m nlha , I N w p; ., K I. Y . One aqiiare, (e thlr wor,l.) one week f 1 no Pre,iiar",.acli -e-a in addition - M Per aiiar, one yea ft tat a- 'IVrma f r adver Isemfnta oiH-linvrnK a arealer apace, or tr a lender ( ortod than ab ve perift. d. made known at the Oftniiitntf lom. All ad.ert'ae men', arerliarir.d at the aixiro r.le., n h.aaa wriflen aarenmrnt in m.ile rrevii.ii. to lea.rlion An Old Farmer on Free Trade. The Chicago Trilmutt contaliiA the follow ing truthful avowal from an old Whig far mer of Michigan, who has seen the error of his ways: WEST CASCO, Mich., Nov. 10. Miliar f'liiniyi) Trilnim: Yotir remarks rcsiectlng certain manu factures seem to have created (pille a sen -nation In kihii qntirters, and Mr. !ri'eley avers they are distasteful nine-tcullia ,'if your readers, (irceley is mlslnkeii. I linve voted the prolei live ticket for forty years: and have read lireclcv's litnir ever since it was established; 'I have nlso numerous Old W hig friends and aeqnalii tances, and certainly myself and every one whom 1 have heard' express an opinion on thn matter, fully endorse your remarks. The triilh Is. tlie people ' lioth Kast and West are Indignant at the Manner f hey have been lleeced by tho lords of the loom. Forty years iigOf-wo were told (and trulv) that wit had no manufactures; flint we must build them up, protect and nurse them, mill, when old England Inaiiirnratcd Kreei Trade, we were Md she could do it without risk. Her mainifactories were well-established, hud plenty of capital ami skill, nnd could combine to' effectually pre vent any evil consequence : but our manu flictories were young, had little skill anil less capital, and must he nursed longer. Well, we nursed flieni; thev have attaliieil skill, they hare atna-sed capital, and thev combine to cat us up. ,ct us give tlioi'ii somethlne else to do. l.ct us pit Ihciu agiiiust humpctin iniiutifacturers, and save ourselves from Is'lng (levoiircd by soulless monniHilislM. Lcfustiow have I'i-ee Trade with Kuros-, for the lieueflt of Dinner til the exS'iise of ninniifaeturers. " Negro Suffrage and Negro Equality. Never waa them and never enn there be a fairer experiment of negro suffrage. and ne gro equality, than was made In the Jlritish colony of Jamaica. It in now mora than thirty years since slavery w as abolished in that Island, by au act of the lli itlsh J'arlia nient and since then. Hie blacks and w hiles have been placed ou a , footing; of perfect (qualify. The negroes in Jamaica are more than twenty to one, as coinnarcd w ilh the whites, no (hut there could he no oppres sion ou thn part of the latter, nor has there been any pretence of it. Tim Legislature of the coloiiv, w bleh enacts all Hie local laws, has a majority In it of blacks, more than two to one, as compared Willi the whites. The prcsciit race of negroes there, unlike our Southern " freednien." w ho have lust Jumped Into a new condition which they can not appreciate are agcnerallou edu cated for thirty years by l.nglish teachers, ns much devoted to their calling as any of tin' iiiisMiuini i .. .., . jjers thai are now sending (low n South, liiin yet IhcMj carefully educated negroes are not con tented, hut are all the while iiautlng for white folks' blood. They arc not sat Istlcd with the "ballot" on equal terms with their whibe neighbor, hut they Insist upon the "bayonet." tu mur der all they dislike, whenever their w hiius take that direction. It so haps-n that, lately one of the Judges made u decision that those educated " dark-coiuiilcxioucd gentlemen" did nut like, and un-lcad of taking an appeal lo a higher couri' tin exemplified their notions of the doctrine llial all men me eie.ilcil eiiial by murder ing flic judge and burning the court house over his head. This was t lie bigual for a grand uprising of the blacks, a war of race upon race, and that. too. conducted with a hloodv barbarism that would put to rliania the King ot Dahomey uml Ins savage Afri cans. AVio ilr'ia Ut'ijiatrf. Shall the Majority Rule? (Jcrritt Smith, iu speaking of the re im- atruetion jKiliey of the l'resldent, saya: "Itut whether Congress consents to save it, turns upon the question, how far It Is. with the issipln of this country, demor alized by this absurd plan of iccnuatruc- tloil of the rebel Mate, Morelliau unit ol the sople of the North were In favor of t Ii let plan, and uonsented to it. ' Would Con gress, politician-like, consent lo rcrresenl this majority r If it tlid then our I'liiou was lost, lint If It stoisl up for the reason and righteousness of the minority, it w ould command the admiration of the majority, and the nation would live." Here the abolition champion admits that more than one-lull' of the s'ople of I he North, and. of course, all the South, arc In favor of the reconstruction of the I itioii. Itut we are I. ild tlml t'ougresa mint delib erately disregard this great majoriiy of three-lift h. and only repi-eacnl the mi nority.' This Is the radical idea of a repub lican government, anil of the value lo be attached to the tciitimctil of tho people. Death of Van Amburg. the other pail, and lidroduocd a child nnd a lamb IuUi the dens of the lions, besides other equal l .iaui in he went lo Kit tpiest nqs', and uiadc u great Mcnsatinti in Ism a don and in the province.. He returned In IsU and suliecquently Intvehvl over the country w ith his p. ls. tsevend times he w a billcn and inangled, and on one occa nieasiires .ioi o severely tluiL lie never fully ra'ovi-r-wartl ed. Still lie traveled w It It his show which Is now wintering in Indiana, tie was kind but til 111 ill manner, and realized hie title as well as an) man to whom II lias liccti awardeti. As almost every once has heard of, ai.d many have seen, Isaac Van Amhiirg, faini llrlv styled the "I.loil Tamer." who died iu I'hlladelphla a few days ago. Notwith standing his foreign name and prestige, he was horn in the peaceful town of r Uhkill, New York, 1NIU. lie la-gan his career w 1th animals iu youth, and w am among the first to cuter tin ir cages and lilav with lioua. tigers and leopards. II iicrioriuKi in , drama ill which n roval llcugal tiger took a , -- '. AM.r.llug to the innsler ndls Alabainu 8),, ill( lhl, , ,1lf1,il.,il. state army one buiidred and entv-cl''ht thou"sud nu n. , thlrlv-lbi'ir tiiousand have been kill.-tt ami dit from Hie cttects of wnunda ,r arl.-hed of disease. Alabama furnished twenly-ftuir peneral it1l ers, tlve ol w bum went killed in action. to "" ' , : A tender heurlcd inlltt a) englnce, 'on a lo certain railroad says liencwriuii overa man w hen he can help it, because "it musses up (he track so."