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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
II. H. HUlllNSON, Kkitok. 1). (1. r'lTVII, AomxTuST Kpitor. "Dayton, Ohio, WedncBaay, - December 6, 1865. President's Message. Till" important ilm'tinu'iit wiw drllvcrtal to roiirvw yi'tTilv, Mini w furnlliol II U uttr renders last i-wiilng mhiii ufU-r viftlit o'oliMk. Tlif riulh-iil 1 i1)U uiih tlou't like it t nil, Imt it Hccim to w well rwoivcil ly I'iinMTnt hihI tiiiiMervutive turn of nil parties. Tlmt Is K"l fi" towiy Hi" le:it. Wv flmll pek ul lfii(ftli of some of Mieinor liiinnUiit IiiU III IIh- iiiiKKHj;e lierealler. - . . Thanksgiving Day. To-iiiomiw tieiiijr the ilny wi apart by tlii President of the I'nited States for pulv lie thiik(flvinjr, no pnper will he Waited from tlil office. White Slavery in Massachusetts. There in n jfriteral movement throughout the country to net:iiri! a reduction of Hie lejjnl day for Inhor to i-ijrlit hour a day. The MassnelniRotU J,rj(i.slntiire I"18 "I1" pointed a committee to Investigate 111 is Kiibject. On reading a reMirt of the do ings of this commit tee In a Iloton paper, we Hud this curious passage: A discussion here nroe among tho com missioners a to whether the testimony of the parlies from Kail liiver should he heard, since tliey had desired that their name should 1 1 o'l HpH'ur. It w:m Dually decided that they sltotilil he heard. The witnesses were two men from Kali Tiiver, operatives in a facUiry. llefor giving their testimony, they asked the re porters to suppress their names, as their employers would throw them out of em ployment, if they knew they had been be fore the commission. One of them said : " We w ork eleven hours a day ; have worked twenty years in the old country and eight years here; hud worked harder in the lat eight years than in the other twenty ; lie has to walk from twenty to twenty-seven miles a dav attending the spinning jack. Till within three months he had to work all I In' noon hard, cleaning up, nnd had to get bites ut intervals from Ids dinner kettle ; now, this cleaning work was only done on Saturday. The operatives have to work harder here'than in Kngland. If a reduction of the hours of labor implied a reduction of wages, he would still go fur It heart, and soul. The machinery had to he oiled before storting ii. In addition to the eleven hours. In some of the mills In Kali Klver, little children were worked eleven hours a day, anil the law which pro hibits It was not enforced; persons have gone to parents to get children from the schools to work In the mill; old Mr. Kobe son, now dead, would not allow such a thing in his mill." The otiier gentleman then said : 'I am a spinner; have no education, and am sorry for it ; he had two little boys, one seven years and the other nine, who work in the'mill, getting -2 :a week, working ,:'r.nI? ,::",n,j.,si'Y"coV.id X'uu Vmji to school ; his condition as a factory oimt alive was harder here than in Knglaud." The last two w itnesses stated Unit men w ho had liccu prominent in movements fur fair wages had been discharged when the oilier oM'rativcs had been re-employed, and traveling from place to place could get no work ; when tliey did get It, it waK only for a few days, when they were discharged, without any apparent cause, unless from some secret uuilerslandiug among the owners of the mills. This is Massachusetts "glorious, free, Hepuhlicau Massachusetts," where they "shriek for freedom" from January to De cember! And thee are Massachusetts fm.tuen cit'uena of the ( 'ommoiiwealth where Wendell l'liillips lives und lectures where (iarrison continually bewails the wrongs id' the (mor African where Wliit tier sings wry sweetly of liberty where orators, and Mets, und preachers, have for the last quarter of a century dwelt elo quently upon the -terrors of shivery." Jt is strange that it has never occurred to thcui to say a word for tiie poor people who toil in their factories, and are so nearly slaves that they dare not allow their em ployee to know that they have said or dune any thing for the alleviation of their own condition. The negro is free now, and would It not lie well for Llinwt bogus philan thropists and canting hypocrits to turn their ulteutioii to the relief of white peo ple P Butler and Stanton. There is an old and well approved adage, when rogues fall out, honest men may come by their rights. Hut there Is said to be. honor among thieves; and certainly that class of Mrsons are known often to have a common bond of Interest which hinds their lim to silence when uiutuul rev ulatlons of the truth might make an ugly exhibition fur all concerned. Home alluslou has been made to intimations which have been sent out from Washington concerning the mysterious hold on f.lllce possessed by the tridy loyal hero of the cotton cargoes, silver BMn appropriations, and sugnr con fiscations at New Orleans. Here is the statement: There Is much dithVulty In deciding if the superabundance still In service shall be re tained. It is suggested tiie reason why Ma jor tieueral liutier's ofteu teudcred resig nation is not accepted, is to keep him silent umji) coruuu iKifuts, which, if divulged, would render tiie auUs-rat of the War de partment almost as odious in all civilized communities as was the late rebel jailor at Audcrsouvilln. liul it Is alleged that Itutler In. 11 In his Hwer to produce proofs to sustain the charges made by Montgomery Itlair, that every Federal prisoner in the South uilL'lit, easily have been exchanged and brought home long before the Aiidersonville bar barities had readied their climax, it it had not been for the direct interference of the Secretary of War to stop and prevent the exchange, simply for the reason that our ini'ii when exchanged would mostly be out of service, white every rctiel prisoner sent back would Immediately be added to the rebel armies 111 the Held. Taxation. The New York Commercial, a few days since, niade an s'"'sl to the mcuilicrs of the Tongress which has just assembled, to revolutionize our whole system of taxa tion. It declared that none of the taxes levied by the federal (iovermm nt are proper or justifiable; that custom-house dutios Impede the exchanges of cnuiniodl- tie with foreign countries to the great In jury of every domestic Interest of the com munity; that Income taxes are uneipiul, nnd therefore unjust, leading to frauds of the grossest character. Iththl:' 'The oulv broucr and 1 list imsles of levy- lug taxes, are direct lax on real estate, and a tax on all sah-s of commodities, ItorJi these taxes readily resolve themselves Into a tax on consumption, being lncorsiruleil Into the price of the commodities produced, or the services rendered by those who pay them. In regard to currenc". it Is imasllie to exaggerate the evils Inllicleil on the country by tiie present forced use of the legal tender note, w hich constantly, andoflen violently fluctuate in value w itliotit apparent rcaxou. The use of such a currency renders all the oM'rations of Industry and commerce un certain and ditllculU and the constant tliitv tuatioiis whicii it produces In the value of all things, induce icrsons to abandon in dustry anil commerce to occupy Ihcuiselvcw In the templing, but unproductive sphere of seeulation. i'nugrcss should promptly repeal Ihe legal tender act, and enact that, thereafter the Treasury note of the Knifed Slati shall be receivable in payment of all taxes ami duties due the (government of the United States. Bud shall he redeemable in gold, on demand, at tin sub-Treasury in the city of New Vork. This would undoubted ly at oni make the Treasury notes of the government of eipml value with gold throughout Uie note country, unit uic.v would thereafter he voluntarily used by the whole community in preference to any other currency." What They Propose to Do. We take the following from the Senate proceedings of Monday, as resirU tl by telegraph : -Mr. Stunner, of Massachusetts, intro duced a bill to preserve the right of trial bv jurv. which provlilesthat grand lurles shall consist one-half of persons of African de scent in a section where one-sixth of the imputation are Africans, mid the same pro portion In S'tit juries, where the matter relates to any injuries Inflicted by a ierson of African descent iiwiii nMrson not of such descent, orntrewiw. and prejudice against such African race Is made a ground of challenge und exclusion from such juries. The hlllwiw ordered to lie printed." Here w e have It. W here one-sixth of the population are negroes, one-hulf of the grand juries shall be A frienns, and the other half, we suppose, must ho "loyal" white A niericans who have no particular object ion to the society of negroes. The same pro srtlon is to lie observed in regartl to iMd.lt juries. This, we think, Islayiug it on pretty thick nnd rubbing It in nt. the same time. But, seriously, we should like to know what the white raets has done to the wicked and pestilent agitator, Sumner, that he should avail hlmselrol every s'cial and public occasions to degrade them below the level of the black slaves of the South f If his notions arc carried out, the least reluctance on the part of a w hite man to sit side by side m a Jury with n buck African, on a hot day, will be a sutllcicnt. ground of challenge. Hereafter, white men who sit on juries, us Stunner prosscs to constitute them, should not fail to provide themselves with a plentiful supply of the ''halm of a thousand flowers." TiiANKSiuviMt Skkmons. in the course of some sensible advice to preachers in re gartl to their furthcoming Thanksgiving sermons, whereby they are cautioned against indulging in platitudes relative to the war, slavery and other things of the past, us matters usu which public opinion is settled, the Ittmud Tublr says: " For the last lour years the Thanksgiv ing sermons of most of our clergymen have ncen little else tnan stale campaign seecu cs, labeled with a text from the Scriptures anil padded with some theology ami more Jiurtisauship." Coining troni such an "ultra" source this comment is decidedly good, and that it Is well merited will be generally acknowl edged. . The Washington JlmUtvnl ll'i'iihlU un Is out in favor of abolishing the (invc rniucut survcllttuce and espionage the w ar rendered necessary dismissing Provost Marshals, Spies, Detectives, anil all the paraphernalia of arbitrary pow cr, and restoring the hubettt cirpu$. At the Republican is a strong ad ministration paper Its expression is significant. Kour negro soldiers went Into a banker's house, lu Mobile, to obtain -change for sev eral five hundred dollar bills, which they thought were lifties. Their ignorance of their value amused the suspicions of Ihe clerk, who hail tlieni arrested, when it was found I hey had stolen the money ffinnnj from Matthew Scott, an old citizen. The Dally Dayton (Ohio) Kmiire comes to us, alter a brief susM-nsiou of iu publi cation, clothed In a new uittl beautiful dress. II. 11. Itobiiison, Ksq.au ekericnfcil Dem ocratic editor, formerly of lite Cincinnati A'wyuiYtJr, Is the iiuhlishcr anil proprietor. He has associated with him in I lie editor ship und biminenS management of the i:is r D. (. Fitch, Ksq. We w ish the paper the greatest success. Indianapolis liailj lirr-aid. It Is announced that Hon. John Sherman proHtscs to Introduce a hill providing lor equalization and reduction in taxation. bile he Is aland the business, ho should not forget that an Immense Hinount of the capital of the country is invested in Kniled Stales securities, that pay no taxation whatever. Ity putting that capital on the ' tax diiplicatc'lu some manner, It w ill con tribute, essentially lo tiie reduction ami equalization of luxation. XMiwutm. ' Collectors on the Canada line rcisirf thai. the smuggling business is falling oil that the smugglers are becoming alarmed at the efforts made to apprehend tlieni. 'Do you know who built this hrldgef" said a person o Hook. "No," replied Hie wit, "but If you go over, you'll bo tolled." The North Carolina legislature has adopted the Congressional amendment to I'm Count it in Ion abolishing slavery, only six votes being given In opMisil.lou to it. The preachers of llilladclphta have undcr tnken to tii 11' the newspaper. Meetings have been held.and committee appointed to remonstrate w ith Korney for irrintlng his paper every day, Sundays and nil.' As both parties, for several years, liuvc been In the habit of attilnelngi inoro to other s-ople business than their ow n. we think they tire pretty well matched in this Instance, t I Mr. Harlan. Secretary of the Interior, Is endeavoring to secure tin election as I'niled Stales Senator from Iowa. This, It is thought, indicates that he Intends to leave the Cabinet. The city election in .New York, yesterday resulted in the election id' lloM'inatl, Demo crat, by about a thousand plurality over Kobcrts, itcptibliean, their respective votes being thirty-one and thirty-three thousand. Iliu ker. the "rltlwnV candidate received only ten thousand votes. A party of negroes from u plantation near Mobile, armed with rifles, sabres and knives, attacked some while men oil a neighboring farm last week. The leader of the tic.rrocs was killed, and the others escaped, leaving their wcasius behind. Tiik freednian Oliver, charged w ith at tempting to rounuil n ni.e on a lady in Hinds County, Miss., lias been convicted and .sentenced to lc hung on IheiJ.I of De cember next. Judge C. W. Senile, of anesvllle, one of the oldest duilges in the State, died yester day of puiuh sis. - Chan y M. Dnpuy. the httcly-apHintcd Minister to. lapau. is taking time to con sider the question whether he will accept.. It he can get the New York Collector's of fice he will not accept. Mrs. I.uciudn Hall, of Springfield, Mass., lied al the hrc:iL IW lul.L il... .. ,.,.., last of Ihe family of eight children, seven of whom illi.ilsnitili.iilu tl,..;H 1... eighth iM'lng found dead in bed. New Advertisements. SCHAEFFEE HOUSE, GIJItMANTOVVN, OHIO. T"H llVDHRHlONKn HAVING PtIRCUABKD thil Hetl, would rssp cttullr llllorm fcha public thsthe I rftltlinjf tha ssms, snd It ip his inteolinn to Inalrr nothing-iidSoiisUiM will slrl lo Ins com Ion ol h kushIs. Th tronKs of the imblto la ro psiulull. lolicilfsi. dmiiir JOHN B. KKI.I.KR JAMES KELLY, UlOAI KHTATK AQliNT, NORTH KAST COKNKK OF Tlllltll AND MAIN HTKKKTH, DAYTON, Oil iO. HAH Til ITOMiOWINa I'tKORg OF l'BIIPKBTY f ul Cii und rntcuoit sr. of Isnd, all nottum. ar I ha Vallsy VikK, in Mul Hisr township, two inllas north rust of Pityton pricr fi:i7 DAracrn. Si.nm Ssw Mill on ihp uiiutHgo ami riitoinuati Air hum ttnil Komi, aixly miles from Richmond. IndiAnn iirico, i,.vsi. ... liill Anra of laml In Harrison township, woll im nnsl and K.m.t ImilitiiiKa pros, jfiuo iwr acre four milss from llnvlon. so Acres of land, in Wahlii((ton losnhlp, wall imninvrd and iln.lid liinhliiiK-,rii's, SI 10 iwr aero fliiOitiml from Itayion Iiki Acrss oi lard in WashiiiKlon township. Land first rale, mo.l.Ta h jmpr vomonts ln mitoa from ImyU.n, 1'ikc all lhay price, ti;t per acre. Acres of laml in Hail liiver lownshi p one mile from ll'ivlcin fliia location, laiililituta moderate price flrtjsi jsir sere. 7 Anres of land in Mad Kiver township, Fifteen or Twenty Thousand Hollars worth of improvements. A splendid Irs-ulioi. overlooking tho city. Uold re.S'.nsht' -nne mil., Irnm Oavton. ITt Acres of land In W'.Hhinatcn tiiwnship, seven miles from p.yton. n-ar Ihe Tike, undir a IiikIi stale of culttval-on, Rood Isiiidimis price, f Urn iwr acre l'Jll Aciresof land Hrsl o,iialily. in Van Karen umn shiii.sev nuiilsftom liaylon. nwer tho Pike, wood hu l.linirs ..rice, 9110 rsi perscie a-V Acres of land in Mauison township, huildiniis eooil, land if"i"l line HpnnKeixhi miles from Day. ion price, (so pr acre. 1114 Acres ol land in i lay township, fourteen mi'ea fr im liayton. on a tin of Hail Kond, modernKly uu proveH prs'e, S40 p r acre. II Acree of landin Harrison township, four miles from Dsvton, liniTovmieiit miKlerale, land good ph"e,SI.'si Mracre . Sll Acres ol tnnd in Perry township, Rood tirick house, end olher improvemriua modcrslel i;ood fourteen miles from Imylon, Ih'ee miles from the l'ike-iirielfr,liHHi. in payments. lslt Acre, of land in Hiinar Creek township, (.reeue conuty eight miles from Daylon.near Pike, lot impioTemcnla, nood land, uao lie divided price. SS per a -te. ' IB A":es of lano in Mad HI vor township two mites Irom Dnyten on O n rike, no lailldlnss, land awond lottoin price, IISo jier acre, n Acres el land lour miles Irom H iyton, on the Peyton and Kalna Pike, (jood improyeiueabi price, llstl ier sere. ' l:i6 nd lei, or two farms in Madison township eicnl miles from lh,).,o, nue mile Ihim the Pike: llrst qua! ly ol land HI .am Maw Mill heat appeiatis in Ihe county for makum Horcnm Molasses, other improvemau'a go.sl, bne 8pnar and Orchanl-price, lor ilia whole tract 1114 per ai ra. IM aorea ol lirMMdaaB land la Washiaaion tnwa shi ln in, Isn from Dayton, Pike all Ihe wa. I.uil.l. inns midl nij good, good On hard price, IH1 per acre. r liul Aciua of land in Washington township-aven inilsa Irom Haylon, near Ihe Pike, Hoe dressed alone lweliiu. ham aud other imjiroveinente, uood Hue Sprinu. oreliard, hall of this farm 19 ID black land price. 911H) nor acre. M'i A'-rcs of siipsnoi land in Harrison township three Bad a hL(milea from flnylon, on the Hike, gno'l UoliHe, Hialile and 'foliaceo Hhed, DM'a locatinu price. I li: ps'r acre, 1SS Acres ol landin I'srry townahip-rotirlseumiiea from Istyt. n, th-ee miles Irom the p,ke, Ksnk Ham Knelt Mum a- This farm must aell 1 oon. romolsidv W'll get a tatrifaiD ' In addil on lo the aheee I have several small tracts A land near t'sybin. ami a iiiimls-r ol farvios in otter nominal. I hreenr four In Indiana. Home's and lots mlhecily. Some vacant lots. Two n in pieces of properly in I'steison, near where the uew Kndiie cross- s Ihe Miami, will U ol. 1 clirap. Ad lim.iiii.sa in my line shsll he promptly attended U.o rsir ouiudcaliuft and ..aiis'ncllou iriisraittoetl ' "n JA.MKS KKI.l.V, It. K. A. ile-4.dlwli'lmii NEW ESTABLISHMENtT it aki,!-: O T J? A- I I O U B E IIATSTOIIK. Krery Uesfrlptlon or Nats and 'ps, l.ndicH' mill ( iiihlrcn'si i'nin, KoIm-n, "" " ' ' aV r., fpHB tleil'KkslliVKI, BKIIS T 1NK0KM TH K I piiniH' iiiih ne naa opened aiut w.ll keep -,ho sbntly on hsud every t ioti Hial is lu w end .1. idruUa u Ihe alsive I ne Kvery Hiiiik iu Itn m irUcl thai i altnuit.ve, deatrahle or Hew will Im added Iroia lime to time, makoislt one of Ihe most complete "lelilislmientsof tUe kind 111 ihehlaie. letdies' and Children's V- ra 01 ttie chotceal and richestiplaiiues Bold in Ilia West, of luwm- fAua Cts coiaii fii e-ai. 1 reapactfiillysolsatanaaamiiia'ioii or sla,-k. s). A. IIKIIKMAN, dnctl dly Mo Ha Main street, Dayton, Ohio. ' i I I New Advertisements. J. V. NATJERTH St SON, , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IlKAI KItS IN- KOl'KKiN, CAXXKD and DKIKD pnuiTS. ,,. , " HJHt, ' ' 1 Oyiatoris, ' ' ' " ' ' ' Nxxtm, . , WinoH, Oi.vx, Flro-Worlts, &en iVe Ac. J. V. NAURTII & SON,' MONHMKNTAI. ' OYSTRIt !0., W1LL1A if "l, A Y L 0 R , BALTIMORK, Mil. Fresh Can and Keg Oyster KKI'KIVKD DAILY BY KXPRKHH. Also, Cove and Spioed Oystera. f'lams. Lobsters, etrketa, Bauce, and Jetties, For eign Vruits, S. IO. Corner Fifth and Vine Streetn, d. 4-lawlf . O'NClNNAn.OHIO. CHARLES C. DOHERTY & CO., I.MI'OKTKltS AND JOHIIKKS OK MILLINERY GOODS, BONNETS, It I HH INS AND SILKS. 1)7 Kiu' Strt-t't, ;orner !' Union, Hetween 1'earl and Third, detdawlf ttlN'dNNATt, OHIO. '"-c haTle s ho f e rT " WIIOt.KSAI.R Dr-.ALKR IN Bourbon and Eye .Whisky, No. 248 Walnut Htreet, detd Wlf CINCINNATI, OUIO. c.j. smi n. J. W. AMPsnsOM, D. HAWI.VV, k. WaATltlB. SMITH, HAWLEY & CO., WIUI1.KSAI.R AND RETAIL FURNITURE WARHROOMS, HMVKST FIFTH STUKliT, Boiiveu Walnut and Vine. ('inriNUTi, t), Mnnafkotory, North Weut Corner Perl nn4 Rim DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, v TIIK CELEBRATED fflAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, WIU. HKAI. TIIK AICK WITIKH'T ' MKiHCiXE. rOH TWO MOXT1IS At (Jootlwln Hon-tft, forinerlif Bwnytit House, I AY TON, OHIO. 0ft.ee honm from fl to if. 4 M. , end from -1 to 8 P. M Th poor will lie liberally contfulrreU deuldSt WILLIAM H.CONOVER, Maiitrate ' of ' Madison Township. tiril.L A1TKND TO DRAWING AND AC- VV knowIt-MlgiDg Deeds, and the oolletitton of uiittinii. He in ro tnreptire! to ttnd to the drewinRof l etrurnnta ot wruiri. oorrently, i nlmri notim mfldewly OKOH'tK W. MODI. J Oil II A. M' HA MOM. HOUK & McMAHON. -A.ttorJioy at Law, IA VTON, OHIO. tlrricB, No. novS-'.-Cm 3si4 Third Street, Ksat ol Main STEPHENS HUBER 6c CO RKAJL, KHTATK AOKNTH, avt ifc 'JHti 'I'hlrd St. Dayton, mini. T ll.l, ATTKNI1 TO TH E HE1.LIMQ AND BUY r I Nil of real eslne, loan niouer on hond and morlKSK-o naKeeollsi.tttms,Ai'.,Jio. AM laisiuess en Iruited lotheui will tw nullllull attended t. u0t. ai.tr THOMAS O. 1,'iW a. OI lOl V. NAUBftTK. LOWE & NAUERTH, Attorneys vt Xk,xxr DAYTON, OHIO. OUHINKHM TKANHACIKD IN GERMAN AND OrriitOvr lllrttej'n Bookstore, Third it reel. a. WOlAHA. A. fl. HITH. WOCAMAN, SMITH & CO., YVholosalo C Trooers, No- 28, Main Street, Opera Building OA Y TO N, OHIO. HAVR nONfTANTLV ON HAND A FUU AND cmirM M.tM-k ol' tirouerirti, Nnili. Kmii, To tw.ico. Bin evprv oilier Article cal ed for io the whote a e Kroi-rv Irmln. HevinM rctiliy remofd to Mir on roouiH, we niTt Hriuiiy iDorHMea our mwvm, mxta re prijfirtt! tn nil nil opiHru firom-jtiy. We rtD"C'tfiillvoHl1 the iuBtion of cttf end coun trylalre to our nw eto-k of irroreriee, miUhI1hJ thnt ottn gife them e xuod tMrgeine u they can eitiKin ic any oiner noiwe iu .neoity . DoVJitt FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL, (Parmtrljf iMjauetU tifme,) Third St., North mde, Jint Kast of JifVr.oo Street, O A Y TON, O H IO, JOIIJ A. MIIIHK - - Frvprletor, ( Ntttmtly of the Ftutntr ov4 Mrkane, .Stiwnd r(, m 0wjr oel ) rplllS HOTKi. UAH IIKBN TMOHOI'IJHLY REN( I VA'i'fcD, and mftirniHtied. end will m kpiaaa tirrtt-i inPg hotrl in ail tta deptrtmnuti. Hoan.iDH by Mm tunal, dny, or wtwk. flood aiubia nu the prumiaen. Onuiii ufntM run to end Irom the I) put. hoviiSillia GOLD AND SILVEBT GOODS. tii i: ou ki:m a iu.i: noirsr. ' P. A. LAFEE, No. SiO Third Klrrrl, Uujlon. Ohio, HArt .ll'riT KKTt'UMKL KUOat MKW VOKK, with a Miiaerh aeaorimeul uT extra a-oatla in Ins hue, consisting of the lartieat auit mosi elegant " cold and silver watches, Rnd line jewtdry, too nutnaroua to mention in deUul. II ts iirraiiK-m-ut with tni,rir imI mtiniifa4'turtni im Hiii h It i at Nu (iNK onn tiii1rHfi him in the name Hitir Mud tju'ihly ttfnoo4mt WhulMtaleor Htil Thon wltu ar Kctiuuiiiind wnh hia I'.rciimi'li.otif- and Uii- UdtaK al liuinf, are aware (hat no jwinr, Kmi or Wertt, mn HlTurd to nII at the nam low iiroliU. Ilia gnnrant'ft' to hiH tx'toitii, lor the tMt fldtrfn yare .(lit. Imliurt i.hmn in ixiHinHtta imro, imv email ncni MiliutilV niot. '1'heax nr iiuiU koown to thouaanda. Th iuulM'riliHr al- hH, anionn eihev funor gfnuit ip (ho I nf, ku xofMcui HNriortmttut ol upure ( 'itamH, toniM r thru hn hiif h a twlTiliuie fuuiia. Sl.K!MIKIil'rt ritK.MIL M (iOM) 1'ENS. Alao, the leuMt eiyle ol Preach Mantle lUoelfa, Ait Ac, . -all in and eiamlnu, 1lole warranted aa ivdd dvadaw2iii A. LAKKM. A DMINIH1 KATOKH Nit'l'IOK -BM ANUMLMIL f LBK haa LMtn m j I torn tad AdmidiHlrator of lien il Millar, d4aMiaad, late ot Vau Uureu Tewnatup, MoiiiKuuier'r tJouuty, Ohio. novtewSt New Advertisements. NO MEDICINE GIVEN. DR. DODGE, Tjoxini;ton Avenno, NEW YORK, PRACTICAL PHYSICIAN CHRONIC DISEASES, LATE OP NEW YORK riTV, ALBANY, MONTRF.Ale QUEBEC, DETROIT, CIIK'AtiO, ST. LOLI8 AND CIN CINNATI, HAS TAKEN CLEGG'S HALL TH I III HT., IAVT0N,0 Where lie will I'tiMiclu lieul the, Sick free or viutrqe, from u r. Witliout Money AND Without Price. FHOM Monday, Ieo'inl'r 4(Ji, 1K4I5, TO A ' ;' .. Friday, DectMiibor 'Jtlu 180A. AI Taken Parlors , AT Til It , , ' : PHILLIPS HOUSE. WIIEKE THOSE WHO ARE ABLE TO . , , , ...nt.' , - . . - - - J , PAY MAY COM 12, ( -i '.. FHOM 2 UNTIL" 6 P. M., EACH ' DAY. . . , j i , i .. . . . Ho Msdicinei Given I I ... r No Surgical Operation! Performed ! Chronio Diaeaae Curod I Acute Fain lustanly Believed 1 '.-;:' TIE UI WiLKI TIE ELM SEE I .TBI M IE1B! Over Fifty Thousand Operations -s-IN dacidlwawlw Amusements. gOIItKKS lUtAMATIQUI r ,psa A Maoaffr....M.M . Hlafca Manager HH - uii ta. mn, ' Tha m'atwwtad Trajrs.llan, O. Hairtoxx Hill. Wotlnowlfty Hvonliifr, Deed, 184W,, Will la prsasntsd tha naw Bansallan Play, atttitlfd BROTHER SAM! Brntlir Hum... . .Barton (Jill To ceirnludft with Tho Day After tho Wedding! !ol. Kre lorn ;. ... fUrtoo Hill. (lmiMn ni.aaMia f Jm11tv w OhM Ht70eli.'k. - Thursday ft Friday Evu'i. Deo. 7 ft 8. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Altitun HitrdfH litre writ Mfhttt t, in Anteylcu Aft f KM I IM IVAUIVM IlllMnu 11 u.. i . thnn nnv tlir humnr. Tt unn i Hrawi,.r .... ... th HtRF'k o whioti Iii-h, if oat tU df.(1),Ht wfNilnni, AUTF Mliri WAHD AMONOTHK MORM(lNH. Triftfttihltf rr rfp4r.ftillr in'ormrl thh thin will -.w inniHTrij i irt"'u vrnrri'Ji OIiy Dlnl ID ft&yV m, pir to rtii rtPrrtur for Kntiiirni. whom irr&ntfrnnU nrt a'rctviy Iwi'iR prr ud for hit 'riy afiitfiiriiii.f ni Ki'ytttiaa Mali, Loottoo. The mctoridl purt of hi- Piihftntnmnl amhriMpa EIGHTEEN COLOSSAL PAIJJTING3. ('wthfiiHy pholoKrftphinK, no gitpinta tm to, thn -itretoliioi'SHit lr.kHi;it, ami i.iiuiilnr Unulimi VhIIpv ofUmh. . The accompunyio-T ilefw-riptivp ,rc "iw ty rlmiii Wr I will hi 'hr?N) The hiuv-in l thin KnUr(Hinmfnt htut rmrn ho tnarkwl that it in (f rhi.pn j. rni.fr lorvfor to it hr, ,nun-n. iDe In iUp V.ity ol Iew York, it wrw kivpu at loHnrih iUH lor fii htimln-U onicmiv) nijrhift lo lfna4lj urowie'l hoimett. Ttn uoct auliHueiillv id Hnn.on t Inla-Ulpt ik, UBltiiuorc, Wihiot n. Uhicago aud Ht. Louih, was do Imh pohiliva and bnlliant AI'MiHUION 60CKNT.-J. HKHIH VED HEATS 75 CTR. RMrrM at for mU nt J. T. K nnT'iMiH c 5tre. No. 3I Third Hirm l. wtwri pun of th Bali may im 4000. Sl orct far Ihatwo Dighlo, will Aomranc o Mori'lay. iJecmhpr 4. Hoi.ia opn at 7 o.,mmewt oV.rM'k, Thf 1'ir.no iimhI m Mr. Wtu-d'a rtntrtitiinnl.i la from ihtx flchmtpcl mutofnt'tory of K Dab 3 A Uo .and kindly ftiniinhtKj hy Mr. Krniwy. JN(t KSMITU, IMtMtnr. - MASTKK COMMIRHIONKH'B SAl-R. Nearly four l eon arn-i of I tun I adomlng th H. K. Hta. Uon nt MiMn.flbnr-iK.VB AC H It OF If VINE YARD. KliMlielb Uipl et al PItfa.1 Cat Mo. h. ll.AntonldMM nl Delta. J Court. Pursuant to an or.lrr of the Supflrioronuri of Mont omery Oounty, dhto, mid it. me aliuvo qNiIa.( uauao. and to lua diriMd, I will offer at I'uMio Aiv iion at thfl door of tho Court If mute in thn city of liayton in the Oounty and Hfatt aforeaaid. on SATURDAY ( I'KCKMUKKSd, l'., Hrtwen the hour or 1 aud 4 o'cltwk P. M. of Midday Ihoti'ltowinitdtwrihMl Krai KHtat aftuatoin tho UHinly of MoiiiKomfty and Htata of (ihlo, and txMinrttsd and doMrilted m kAUm: Hfing a part of lh North Kar.t quarter of Irantioual dwtion 5o. lu, Town MtilpNo ff.ranni-A MMt on the went rida of thaUrrat Miami RiTrand heftrinnloR at tha Bouth West ornf of lwia tlaaaolman'a two acre lot, thenre North with mid Huaelman'a lot a even rada.ibeutje Wont a rifiht' tnglta ttevvn rodaj thante ttouth aren rod, lhex Ktiat to the plat- of licttiuniu;, containing forty-nino itquare rod. AImo lota numhr4 fWe, aii, aevanand eight, (ft, , 7 A a.jlyin in frtv-Uooal Motion Ho. 10, Town 9, Hurt AtwuiL, wliM-h wdl mora lully appear by referonea to recorded plat ol aaid lot ai laid ort hy Imam Trwon, axnt of lh Antouiilc'a beira. No. A oontaiaa S a.'rea,and lift peri liea. No. ioostninal acrea and fir peru haa. No. 7 contains 8 m ran and 7 7 pewhw. No t eontaina A area and 17 pn-ha nxiepi two piona ofuroperly taken from xaid lota uontaiaiDiV atiraa nacii, aold hy Haid Antonnlew to Jacob .immtr ' and to Jaoh ft'hroeder on the 83d dny of Iterember IH'ht, i-nid daeda twing recorded in I ok W. No. p ea US and 174. 1 ha followinic ia the dranriptioa of the pt aold to Jw-ob KiinineratsOTenained. be iiinnihtf 14 mI Houth ot a atone 00 tha North Itotin dary of aaid iwition, heinc north wat corner of Jacob Ht'hroder'a lot, tbem-a north kV' weMt b polna to a aunet thenca aouib tw1 aaat 17 polea to a aton, themta norih (VV4iial u fsnitaa, them-oitoiith 1' eaat H poH to a atone, thetwa north t eaal H pulea lo IhebeKinniofioontaininKit'aitrea. The following ia thedexcrip ion of the pis aold lo Jaoh Hi-hroeder an atoreKrUil, IKiuiiin nt a alone on tha north boundary ol aatd aetion being the north-wer-t ttornerof J at' oh Sthrodr'a lot, lhrMa north Mitu weat 25 polra to a atona.therM'O aoilth lo'- woHt 14 tsa toatone,thenr north lo'aaat 14 polea to ihe beginning uoubiinuiM iS, acraa. Haul Property haa been appraiaadatfi.rnio andean not hII for h'MH than two-lhirdM ot nan I apprataeinant. TerinaOaah. WILMKK H BKI,Vll,r,K, Maater OommlaMionur Mont'g buporior Oourt. -' Adam (3i,t, AU'y. November i5, IwA, ' novitfiwfi. A1 . TTAOBMKNT NOTiCI. Benry Btaver, ! nifftinat ,! Ks(nr ft. W. Mojrar, 1. f. of JaUlsoa Tp. Mont'oiAary Co., Jt ' . Andrew Mehaffie and Abraham bell.. ON the 34 1 h day of O.-tor, A. T. tHf.5. aaid Juh. tine tunned an orler of atta-thmtiU in the attoa at'Uori, for the atimof Beyeoty four llara aud nttj threeMmiiM, f 74 Oaao h1 for hearirur llaoanv . ; her 15, lutli , at 10 o'clook A.M. , Not , Knit. nmur btavkr. 1 ' ' nov',1t N t'THili la hereby riven ItiaY a petition will bn praweutad to tha Hoard of Uommiaatonara of MonlK -niery Oounty, Ohio, at their aext refrulrf M attaaion. prayinn for the loeition and aUhi-ahmant of a oounty roaT lea.bnf IVonithe JNiytoa A ljabanon Turn pike to tht Cuirwilln A VVaynevilla road, ' nommemto(r, at the North Eat cdtner o' school lot,n of aubiatnot No. 6, In Waahiug'on towoHhip, anl ruonl g thence eaal thro 11 ah the lend of lAlia A KViaollp, Thorn., ftatfla d, theira ef J. A. Rovriaf J. 8. WilatD, H. W. Uen.r, J. T,A H. H. Hunpaon, Joaeph Thomaa, and John P Hearer twing a 1 ( a of alwut twa ail. MANY PICTITIONKRH. Hanlel Met liar d, Oonrt of Common Pleaa MaryS0,MtJMrd. ) w . ot Montgomery Co., O, ly of '.axa. au.i lt-i of Indiana, ia nntih iha INiuiwI Mnlherd did, on the 'Aid day uf Ovtober 1KUA, file hia pat 1 lion in OieOttW of the Olnrk of tha Oourt of common Pikaof MoatMmery Uonaty hio, !iiK"'i( ninrom wurj jane meiiiarn wun a'liuiery with oua John llonaer, nnd anklnft thai he may ha divoned from the aaid Mary Jane Mihertl, watch paiition will uttnd lor heanntf at tha April term ista.ofw.id Court, l-atod thia4(hdayof Novnmhr titw A. Mi.1jAWf lANIKL MfeTllRHD. biah"AlKiCrt.ainar, 1 rtoUJoiunMrtTpieaa W.lhatn Jamaa Ora.ner; JW Co., o. Wll.blAM fnmea Oreamer whoaa realdenca tm onanownianotrttedlhat Haanth AMoet'raankMr did on the ItfH. d y of ttapteiither hie har nti' ' ' tion in th office of the tlwk of the Oourt of Oornmoa fleaa within and lor ihe w.uaiy of MoiiUromarv aiul 8uaof thto. oharKuiK tha aaid WilUam Jauiea (Jreara er with adultery with a woman unknown lo lht naid fM-btionatr and al-o oh'rmg hnn with f(nM" i)ejlrut of doty uwarda her tiie petitioner tvikinj, ihnt ah may V ts. .1 1 vtWai fraam I ha MMlfi William .lainaaat '- whlrh tMttittoa will atamllor hear 1 it at the 1w.1t Unm . of waidOourt. HANNAH ALIOM CBBAMKR, . Hy Adam Olat, bar Attorney. octowA SToLkN tvW DOLiiAKM Kit W A K i.h j . 7aK from the aubaf-nlier'a prrmiNoa, itar Yellow Hpnaitw, novemiMir a, a Bia.tfc Hare, two yearv 0I0T Ihm Miriiiit. altotit rliteen haune ami ana trwh hiafh. " wiHiatar tit hr furtbta'l. ht vy mai.t jutd forauWi,., and har rboted. A reward of $'u i fafl.red for her rM-nrnry. AliAAt UAMMA. , AKaiAt noy. ii, ituiA. novkftwu MKiri lNti OF HT(K KMOMKKS, VrOTItlK.-MOriUf. IH HKHKHr fllVrNTHATA , il n.atinir, of tha Htoik-holdrii of the "Kmpira nil oa nam atttveom.'a ef Ihagomtauiy, : day of l)eoiiibrt lwift, at leu o'clock A. M. D. K. HOY Kit, Pridnt. Dov7dawt T. O. Lowa, Bjortary