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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
C S B fr HAII.T. CINCINNATI. II Ml I TON ANI DAYTON. Lmti. Arrtv.. ninfinnatt A"innlaiion t:6 a m IWln KtTli ltinHW Vi:l t m loiiioam C.neiunan A.a-onimnlelion S:s)pfn S-lin p m AntmMMiua .. TWpm tpipm li.n - ISO em :.V1 p n . IhpawniKti M.l.. M .-. -4 A ta thtyton Aoonirnoriat.oD t0 I1 ni ATLANTIC AND GKKAT WMTKHN. ' li tftpm hm Kxpt... .................. Ureas ss IMin 'Might Eipre.e 4:i pm RATTON AND MICII1UAN. , fnm m Clneego mii - m , true p m Chicago end 11 mil ifrm trtiii P m DAYTON, XBNIA AND tXlLUMBl'S. 11 Warn rlt Kipreea :MIm 40 p aa Mail. .......... a m lllpm ht rSapreae .... - 1-Jdipm INDIANA CNNT'L AND DAYTON AND WKOTKRN. 1 ra Raatern Erprene... t pm 'Il:'i0ain Aennmmodalion 61 p.m St pn Day Kipreea Il:tl m SANDUSKY, DAYTON AND CINCINNATI. inn am mm.lni.kT Man... t4pm :UUpm Ballarounlain Aoooromodation, t:6 a na DAYTON AND UNION. ', trfw a m Accommodation ..................... Iron P m luipm r-xpr. ........ .............. 'Jm Dayton Aocor-'OiBilen arrlfra In Cincinnati at 3o. rteturnieg lavea ai :4A p m nachihg Dayton alt:4fipm. .Laveaayary morning av.pt Moadaya Kipraaaetopa at MiIl!a("ra ami Hamilton Only. Tho. going Kl oa It 16 train mual prooiura their twket In the evening before eight o'clock. Th. 'ii train oonneota at Xaaia with to Pitta tturgh Kxpraee leaving docianati at T:iw n m J. L'H. LONG, Agent. A Oouath. Gold, or Hoi Thront, RaQmna ivmbdiavh attbiitio, ml aaoOLD an onaoKBD. Iv AkLOWiato ooaTiatfa, , tarsal l,na Iflsaat II nrvaw tna naavLT. BROWN'S IRONCHIAL TROCHES ATian a wisitct tafLOtsos to fun ranTa, aiva. - iwhkbmtb Mr. for Bronchltlt,, Atthma, Catarrh, Cob mnptlTe and Tbrniit ulteaifi, vaooaet am nan wttn iwrt aoa suooaae. S1SOBHB AND PUBLIC SPEAK BR8 . will lai Trocku netful In elaar.ag th TOioa wb-n akan before blngiog or flpaiklag, and relieving tha throat ftr an unusual aieilion of tha focal organs. Tha TVotAat are reocomrnandod and prjacrtbed by Fhyakiiana, and;hra ha1 ta'timoniata from eminent man thr.iigh.ui tha country. Halm an arUela of krno marlt, aad baTia prouol tlialr eftt.'any tj a taat of many yoara, each yr Qoda llwia in naw kxialltlra in Tarioua partt of Uw world, ad tha IVocAu ar l uniranally pronounoad bottar than thr artloUa, Obtain only "Baowa'a Baoaoniat, TaoviM," and do not taka say of tho WjrttUu IntitoHoiu thai may fco onWod, , ' ' Hold aMrywh.ro In tho Unllod Btatoa, sod id For- Owntrl.., .IM .U par boy, ocfit .6m jaw I Hakack'n Blttan. 1 laljant aaol a f nftaman td hla Iriond who ra markadllMt "Uracnkaiki hmt Babavcke ara boltar." MEOICAl. NOTICE.. . i Dr. M. roHF. may bt oontnltod aa follow s la XEN1A at lb Depot BaUnj Bona, on 1 hur' y o. U, bao. , ITob. 1. March t, Apr! IS. in dattom at th Pniiiipa Honaa, o Friday 'V'UZ.T' ?J ', ' Ap1,' fL,-' v . i In TROY at tha Morr a Honaa. on Baturdava Nov. 1 at, Dm. ao, Pab. 9, Man-.b lo, April 14. InSPRINOHKLOnt tho Wlllla Houso, onlhura- Df. 00I hat had offlraa In taih ofthaabor1' tZJfc'22SX& liaat., In aanh of tha ahor plonoa, ha ran ira Hi baat of rofaronoa m son plao, a 10 hia skill. ( Dr. CONR Troata.and Our, all yarlouoa ofohroni ' dlajoa, inaludinit thoao of tha Kva and Sari makna ' na aharca lor oonNullatlon t but II thoaowhooooanit j him daar traainaat, h aharaa Vaah tor hia Mod-' " Madieina that will laat natiant from four to ai montha, ooat from Vita to Thirty dollara, in Ca.b. ' '''' Ad.lraa: Dr. PJ. 0ONB, novx dly Oolvmbci, Ohio. Haetataar'e Bltttar tha aTaittl- ' rtelal. It la aaUaCaolory to know th it our Hold hoapltala ar no longar uauppud with thia lift-saving prn. ration. Boldlar who, a privatittDJshd baoom acquaiotad with ll proparkea, bar in many laiuut- a snnd a apooial iinat tlut BOSTKTTBR'8 ' BT0M A0H BITr UBS might b.addad.lo tha mrdical torrtbU-rgimnU,nd thalr withe. haa not ban nnhMdwI. At a maans of sustaining woundad moaon lh batata M, snd of mabliag troop, to andar Mating tnn, it has ban troouily raoommandad by dutinguithd mdiol awn, and th proapaot it IhaJ.t will arniu. ally anparoada all th dull.rald Unctura. liquors tad daniiaraai Tnl that hat harotofor baoa w.ddMalnwdioia.lt'nDl. Tha foot that. mall auaotlty f ,. BiUrt mlxad with ..tor from an, . a-th. orou.. u- . , ... . ,. . 4 tWttsi alVaauaaVlna ttttt IWkBiAlai np tka aa It bab aknnl J baA , - , - ..- bora, la mind by Army Fhy.ic.ant. ld,.ra. ud all who bar occasion lo ..... r""" " oouatry, Tbanaawho uaa HOSTBTTIB'B BIT TIRg iaoonforoiity with th dirtotiona, may it at daao tntarmittanl r.rar and all othar dia.anf ganratd by tit action or an unwnolsaom atmoa phar nptmaa wartJLd frams. y Important to Conbumptivrb. Tlte long looketl for speolfio ftir the cure of Pulmonary diseastts Is found at last. Allen's Lung Rulaam has proved to be the most extraordinary medical preparation for curing Consumption. It not only cures Consumption, but relieves immediately the Incipient stages, such as Coughs, tiolds. Oppressions, c , Pains In the Chest It; breaks up the most distressing cough In an incredible short time. For sale by the Dealers in Family Med icines generally. fW Mothers, who wish to And a medicine peculiarly adapted to the cure of humors and eruptiont lu tltolr children, will find a safe snd sure oue inScovill's Blood and Liver Simp, which It acknowledged to be th best Blood Medicine known. I'll) si elans attest to this, , HP SuNsiiiNB for th r Sad. Are you low spirited, tremulous, subject to falntueaa, atlllcted with any local weakness, or with general debility, tonic thy system wl'.h Biokrene. Though harmless aa water it Is the most potent tonic and regulator in the world. Depot, 28Dey at, New York. Soil by all PruKgUl. . ' ! I . . : i i . THE DAILY EMPIRE. Dayton, Ohio, j Wednesday, December 6, 1865. Local Matters. UTAH RifvortlnomcntB nrl other matter Intt'nilctl lbr the Wkhtkrn Kmpirr must be lurnlslicil by 10 o'clock on , Thurtxlay mof nlti( of "eiic-lt wfct-k to Insure lnscrtlori.; We lire Indebted to J. H'l.. Iong, Gen eral Tli ket Agent t the Union VrMt for tha correct time In our R. R. and P. O. Table. ' , ' ! .... ' ' I J. 8. Rotwlierry Hro. will sell, for one week, A fine lot of nice Dress Goods at cost; mu lt as all wool I'lahla, Plaid Alpacas- and many others. Thk annual convention of the Ohio Sorgo Association commenced Its session at Mo zart Hall, In Cincinnati, yesterday. Thh County Commissioners visited the Jail, yesterday, and found nil the Inmates tiylit with no chance of esc.aie. Tlws Sheriff was on baud to do the honorable. I At Cost (Jurat Hariiains. Lcasner1 &, Bro, No. 102, Main Street, opposite the Phillips House, are now offering their en tire stock of Overcoats and Winter Cloth lug at cost. As this Is the season of the year when such goods are needed by every body, the public will at once see that this is the place to buy, If they want good bar gains. . , . . ,' ! Tiov27wad4w ' DAYTON, December 4. Mr. Ediinr: A reverend gentleman here, following one in Chicago, Is of the opinion that nobody ought to patronize actors, btw cause Booth killed Abraham Lincoln. Now let me suggest to these logical gen tlemen that tjbey advise their congrega tion to have nothing to do with the female sex : as a woman was convicted by;thc mil itary commission of being engaged in the ANTI HUMBUG. P. S. Don't you think this would go hard with the most of them. A. H. In addition to tho above, we may sug gest that the aforesaid "Reverend" entirely overlooked the fact that our "lamented J resident" hnppeneu to tie round In suctl bad company. '. ' ralaiii i ... Kbtray Cai.f A yearling heifer calf, red flU tha h()g , the forehead, mid short horns, strayed uway, on Sunday afternoon, the third lust. A liberal reward will be paid. for Its. return or for information where It is. Inquire at No. 75 Fourth street, or ut Emi'Ihk ofllcc. decf13t-2tw The handsomest weekly news paer lu Ohio Is the Wkmtkrn Empiric, tssuod from our establishment every Saturday To onilng. H i full of good, solid reading matter, and mi n t every Democrat In the Miami Valley should have a t opy.C Carl up and ea It. ! ;'i ? Tu.uk a Wmm hi,l,lil,.,l in u..,. n. "vn person for a coov of the Quiver extra containing the Message, but as we dad t uimc three hours or more 111 advance of it, we could make no seemly use of the Etuiuirer's cony. Journal. ' , . , ,, . . , . , Our neighbor bos made a slight mistuke. It was the Kmi'ihk extra for which he was "Indebted to some unknown iierson.". If he had received a copy of the message "some three hours or more In advance" of the copy we furnished hi in, it Is a little st range that the city subscribers to the Em- riitK should huve been supplied with tills important lUK'iunent souie. eight or ten hours in advance of the Journal. Rut no matter. same place. Artemus has visited the Mor brlatigulngaanh mou country, and will relate hla expert . , j - a - - Wiu. "Spkak A Pikcr." A. Ward will "RIc.ik a piece" to the people of Our city to-morrow evliing, at Clegg'g Hall, and u another oue on Friday evening at the ence ",lilt' there. Ii. will be remembered that, when In that dellctuble portion of the Blobe' he WM '"Vlted to make hliuself the ''uibl"" "T twenty1 WldAW of d4 c,aBe'' Mormon, he respectftilly declined, " ' h oonW itiuia "a cup "llss," but taking It "by the barrel" was to "muchly" for a man of his domestic ca. , I., u, linilnil. h anhlAPt lifC'll.l rye n mmeyft , get. ,1,. fiw., .,1. ,v,l..k w.j got long ago i At Ann AhKnp Kl n rt an-i&A wllli an.l. deu falntueaa, I called for a drop of suthln' to drink. Al I was stirrtn' the beverage up pale-faoe man In gold spectacles laid hia band on my shoulder, and said "lyook not upon the wine when It is red 1' 81 I, " this ain't wine. Tils Is Old Rye." ! " It stltigeth like aa adder, and bitctli like a seriient f" said the man. I " I guess not," said I, "when you put sugar In it. That's the way I allers take mine." 1 " Have you sons grown up sir?" 1 "Well," tied I, as I put myself outside of my beverage, "my sou Artemua, junior, is golug on eighteen." j "A lot you afraid If you, act this bad example be4 111 in, he'll come to B bad endf" j "He's coma to a waxed end already. He's laniln' the shoemaker's blxnoss," peplied. "1 guess we both on us can git along without your assistance, sur," I ob served aa Its was about to open his mouth agalu. "Tills is a cold world," ged the man. , "That's so. But you'll git Into a warm one by and by, If you don't mind your own blzness." , a l I wag a' little riled at the feller, becsus. qever take anything only when I really need It, I afterward larued ha was a tout perauue lecturer." ' ' " " " .-Alu tii bridge are now lighted with gag. Good. .,,. "i j i i in i I Tuc Daily Kmhrk Is rapidly Increasing In (lmulatlnn, And Is g flrst-thist kiediuin for advertising. There is some prosper t of a new jail ftir this county. At least so looks the action Of the County Commissioners. a in The number of marrlago licenses Issued In Hamilton connty during Novemlicr, was 314. .VI rlA Vt Y ft !i:.H 1 An alarm of lire was sounded, just as we were going to press. The lell sounded the Fifth Ward. , ; w i ,, Toys and Hoi.lioay Gmhh. To buy your Toys ana .Holllday Gomls, either at wholesale or retail go to V. P. Huber & Sons, No. 8X) Third street. ' ' novll-3td. To-Morrow being Thanksgiving Day we suppose the turkles will be brought to judgment by hundreds. Go .early, to mar ket, if you wish to gobble the latest and finest. I IH. DODIIR AT CLKtMl'8 11 AI L. Dr. Dodge Is performing wonderful cures at Clegg'i Hull. His success astonishes every body. Some are Inclined to think that the nge of "miracles" has returned. The Doctor lec tures nt the Hall from 9 to 11 o'clock, A. M. and may be consulted at his rooms in the Phillips during the afternoory of every day. Shffkr Housb, Gkhmantown. We call attention to the card of our old friend, J. B. Keller, who has recently taken this old established and well known hotel In Gemiantown. He proposes to make it a flrst-closs hotel, and he knows how to do It. Those having occasion to visit the. '-Tulpa- hockeu" capital, should give him a cull. From appearances we would not be sur prised If we had snowing before to-morrow UlflrtVi The ground wasfroajB iliit piorii Ing, and a slight, dilz.ling rain has fallen upon us since noon. The bells will sound cheerfully when the turkles are disappear ing. Hot Stiix Aooino! Go and hrr volt YotJRSKL. There will be sold, this even ing, at auction, a line ossortineut of Ladies' Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, both Cloth and Buskin ; also the best of Prints, Mus lins, Shirts, Drawers, tc. , Also a fine lot of Blankets, which were just received to-day; also g firte-couslgTuneiit of Clgarat . Cull in anil see. Sule commences at seven and a half o'clock, at Christopher & Splelman's Auction Room, No. 813 Third atreet, 'op- poslteold Methodist Church. Eaolr (Jjxjthjno ftroRkwAn ether large and splendid assortment of whiter clothing has just been received at the 'Eagle Clothing Store," included overcoats, dress and frock coats, owl business .suits pf the latest J styles' 'arid superior quality. Per sons desiring to purchase should call and examine the stock, and they will be satis fied that this Is the place to buy at prices which can not fail to suit them. Don't forget the place 108 Main street, next door to Emi-ihk Ofllce. ltdaw. Promotion. Wo are gratified to learn that Lieutenant William 11. Imv, e, of the l'.ltli U. S. Infantry, stationed ut Augusta, Gov, boa been promoted ' to a Captaincy ' in the same regiment. Capt. Lowe Is a sou of the late lamented Col. I -owe, of the 12th Regiment Ohio Volunteer, who fell In bat tle on the 10th of September 1HC1, at Carnl- fux Ferry, Virginia, and a brother of Thog. O. lAwej Esq, of this clty.k Captain Lowe, we believe, has been In the military service since the commencement of the war, and has distinguished himself in many of the trying campaigns of thut period. He long ago won the reputation of being a gallant and- accomplished oftioe and soldier, and will no doubt prove an ornament to his military rrofesiou in th ftitBra.t ( Soihkks Dramaticiiik. Mr. C. Barton Hill appeared last evening, for the llrst time lu this city, in the great character of "Othello," and right well did he sustalu it. We never witnessed a better rendition of the character, and we have often seen .it perfermed by the most distinguished actors on the American stage. He wag ably gup- ported by Mrs. Allen as "liesdemona," Mrs. Perry as " Emella," and Mr. Duncan as "Iago." The play was admirable cast, and every member of the company did well. . .,., This evening will be presentod the new sensation play of "Brother Sam," which lias had s great' run' In the New York and London Theaters. Mr. Hill will enact the character of "Brother Sam," a roU In which be has achieved a distinguished reputation The acoomplished actress, Mrs. Perry, will appear a "Alice," a art for which she is eminently fitted. The entertainment will conclude with "The Duy ufter the Wed ding," In which Mr. Hill and Mrs. Perry will sustain the leading characters. There is a grand bill for to-ulght, and those who w ith ! U i secure VeUgllila gents should 'go1 early. I I TTOIISR AMD LOT IN OAHROLTOM AT MAbTKR XX WSSIHIIUIIIII'IIBAI.1. Daaial UI(htT's adna'r. PIU.l Oaa. N. 9177 fa Montgomery miporiar Rlit Martin, tal D.IU. J Oourt. i Piirauaat t an ord.r of Um Bii parlor Ooort of MootKOinary Couulr,Ohio, w.a.1. in tlio atioT. anUUad aii and to mm dir)tad, 1 will oft.r at PuiSic Auo- Pon at Uk door ol tna Court Houa., In tli. Ulty lMytoa,inth OooaiyadMtataioroaaid, oa . ; SATURDAY, PSCEMBER to, Itot, tUtwaaa th hour of I nod oVIork P. M. said day. In following daarritwd Real E.I.U, via: Bituat H IhaOniiWy of Mogem.ry and Dlat Ohio ItuiaU ad kt'.ng in Hi. Town of Carrolioa, all Of la-lol auaibarad fkAy aavaa SI) on tha plat of said fawn. not Ntlffor laaa lks lao-tliinU of Mid aoprmi-mau. tatTMraahv Wll.M Kit H. BKlAl LUft. AAai Olat. All t. BBtwanaaa: vvnl g asg" aj PupaflUI ISlMllre. Moa.brtflaiio. I BOTaawM. A. H. Monetary and Commercial. Dayton Market. Dayton Market. DAYTON, December 5, 1865. bais tsn Paoooos. . i 'I Tinm-nr Sato 94 9A run, a 10 Willi it Wnaat, Old tl (al TO Naw l sotcil Rt Bra .11 aoigil s . Ooa U(4i Oat. Jo Btaitr, ........ 75,1 00 rxir,. ..... lei BvrriB " CsifBKal, OBOL-BBIBB BBTAIt. Tua H "Odil to Rio Corral, ....... 3,(n.l7i hitoab, lil.atii OorriB flroAn, sW.1 .Iata Corraa 4i,(.Mi Oacanan Spoas, ... V.mX Moi..asat I 50...1 to Staiir M I flA,l ?i CnaasR, SA StAnm, . HoAra, , ,.... li'ioie i.yi" ...... ls.au IS.H'iO hHOT, Lbad. TOBACRO, ... PoTATOBa,.. , i txxai ui ..1 tl Mi Apri.aa, . . t 0o,5 Ml NAt, .. It 00,1 itan oe oaooraiaa WMOLBBAAR. Tata,... $H(V1 70WJ In Oorraa :llii:ii svn.n lsiils torraa Hnoa. ... llli.a'U Mni.AatRS, Shot, Lain Paixn Arri.Ba, Hiittrh, CiiaaaB. ........ HTKr Hoam Wsiaat i I.1M1 4V 4 (Si 12114 I!W ;n.u "(' 1H.II' s st Cbii.hrd tivmAm ttii. hiob lltai'.1 Labd IK Ra.M, 1S"1 Tobaoho awal ' ol of UT Anoiknt Finn Arts. To (As Jiditor of the Nrv York Herald: Respecting the relics of porcelain w are found in tho lute exhumations at Hen-ulaneum, which have been forwardin to the Society of antiquities ill London, whereof your eorressiiidcnt sayg tlio bottle resembling Drake's Planta tion Hitters wots undoubtedly placed among the ruins by the agent of Dr. Drake, we de sire to state that he Is Incorrect In every respect. If a bottle was found there bear ing our lettering, the language of the Ro mans was different from the accepted litera ture of that day. Our Agent has other business than this in Europe, and has not been In Ituly at all. No doubt Americans carry Plantation Bitters to Rome; but try ing to Impose npon a society of Antiquar ians In this way seems quite useless, and we lo not appreciate the joke. It is unneces sary for ns to spend money In Europe w hile we are unable to supply tlu? demand for these celebrated Ulltcrs here. ' Respectfully, P. 11. Drarr &Co. HT Consumption can bf-Curkd. A fair trial of Dr. Haix's, BALSAM will convince the most skeptical sufferer that this medi cine has no equal In the world lor the cure of the different stages of this dreadful dis ease. Every X)NSUMPTIVK ought to read the ccrtillcutcs of remarkable cures, and know iU value. - nfSTANDARKD HoMKOPATHIC MkDICINRS. mlhu agunt .of Utuuphrey'a Homeopath ic Specilicg has reocived a very lmiortant addition to his list of Humphrey's Sieclllc Homeopathic. Remedies In the shape of Specific No. 34, which cures dlptheria and ulcerated sore throat. These specifics have obtained a wide celebrity among the medi cal practitioners and are very largely used by them, being prompt, efficient, reliable and" 'convenient. An extended advertise ment in another column gives a list of the different species, the diseases which they remedy, and the prices. The coses for fami ly line tret especially , worthy of Attention, and also the new destrtnient of veternary specifics. The headquarters of Humphrey's Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co, Is at 5'2 Brordway, New York. " ; LENTZ V APPLECATE. RKAh KHTATB AOKNT8 Olc S3TbirNtreatr1arlnt Blaa (orroaiTB wn clock,) , DAYTON OHIO. ;-. Fmr. OR BALE. FI.AX IACTORY. OIlDIMKO BY Mirit. LB?i AOowUbBiiniiliMirT, u4 A screw oi mni. Afinn IrjOiiirMt mil north of HrrmtT station on Wetrii m, K., on Twia ilrMk. wctll linprormi Abriuk houiw.or afUrowBaaBfl Ann Hta. A do'iWts frnin houneon H gtrwl ; A douNo frmme houMt on WMnnl nlrMt AdouMo rVmiriA hoimn oo Kiflti etreet A fann of 06 mar, 9 ttiIIm Irom ltajtoi A utrm of 14 MirM, T iiiiIm from IfeTtot , 1 A MfMt Or VI MfrVM On lirOAIITlll9 v. Hi i . A fnrn. of 1U!. arroti nAr (ruiAiitnwn gi term of 7iifaPrM, wmII inipntvaH, fln brtk hoiisi. , Aod LM9H4 twu) dohooi iaa; 4 uint weu oi ur- ' mttntnwn. i fiu m of M metrmn ntvd ImproTsmaDta At Brawn'o fwH improve', fur in of 160 mere, two milM am! , llonorA, on WorttMrn niilroavd. A aokk haiiM And lArs lot om Mam troet. no sm 4 term of 75 Aora-t on ifwmAMowo pik, 3 mil from 1 IlBaVtAn. Two hit All farm, wll Imifroreil Adjotnlme Libarty, 1 T mtl from iMtto i, of .e od W mormw much. 4 numbtrof honMMi nl lotnio ditto rant pArtc of tfa city. AH Will DC CUHD, L$TZ A AFPLEOATI, R. 1 A. i COAL HOTlf ft. ' . . ; t iaflok-0. UftkT, PlAlittfl. V UAAivHoraM MulOtt.ritM Htnir. cH LarAiBTOa liidlAOSi a4Hfniri I. HUTrnnd !( A. Hiitwi, o i Honigoiuarjr uo.t ouio, uaiADOAuu. rrior Ooort of MDAtKOiMry Co., Ohio. -TtMAAOV JtAIUAtf n 0JlAOAlA Will tk HAtio tkM JAOr0.tttlr. AA iy Attlh tJav of BpUtrn ir . A. l., ltuio, nlxl Um patiiioA ia lh Honor Oourt n 0Dt(ornrT vtuniy. uuio, Auu.a; hi ahiuoa f nivJ of tha following dttAwribeu urainineag And dW4W AMliRlaOd thatrfl" to SAld HAruh I' 8UTr, M'tl iamiH hr)u(( ninety acraa in tha aouth aam ronir of tha north wnnt numrtr of ecUon lumtwr (' aiot latMif town four (4). ranfta lour (it taat, 1011 thut At tha nfMWtiihar tarm of Mid ooim. aaiJ nlAinuflwill Mk Utaaao orkr ba mutator tlta pwlnioAofAAid praaaiaoa in purvuaaceof ina niRiutfi, JAOOB 0. BTlVSft. (i0. W. HOYER, AHoraay. aciwftiw fAOOB WKTEBKHT't rhtati. motiob liartuy givaopthM tha uttr-iKoad hu tbiadav liaon pfu,utrd Atimiiiwutra of ilia w-taia of Jatkau Wayt-nxhl, lata of Moa'Kon-ary county, Ohta, ao- caaMU. til ina rrouAia uvuriai m nouaiy. i,V !. lo6. jKhfH WaVHRIOHT, XT1 duly anpoiaUd aiarHttrix of tha taut will And laaUmaiii ol Haary watlanar, hM of MoatgotPary couMfcyt t'nim omawq. avvKHlliaxit rRNOKRIOAOALLtHKR. pEYKR AMD.AOUB. Th ramtvly to aura and prarant thia uli !R 1. O. RIUUARLHON'I SHERRY WINE BITTERS Ttva oalahrAtsM Naw BbkUm ramotly tat Jauadica rover a Da Aitua, Ufjuarai Uaunty aaj aU diaaAaai atiiuk from dlktordafad MoBMult Ltvar Attd ItowaiA. Thar Ara naad And raoommandad bt faadiAa vhy- : aoutvoa tnam lavmiuaoia. L W rl 9r Mttl J J. N. MAkRiS A CO., OinrlMAto, Ohio, pro , pliatora WT Ut WMrsrrl VlfilM, 1 OUltV lit Atild bA1IUIb1 Ifmm jKfl et.ldawli Medical. I It . JOHN nULIi'n Compound Cedron Bitters, laiett aad Most Isaportant lilscoyerj NINETEENTH CENTURY! -BuTO MAN'S NA M K H MOKR INTIMATKI, canaoried wuli tlie hmtnrv of MATKKIA MKli I(,'A of the United Mt!a. or more faforahlr known at - ... .. .. , . I I. . L . 1 .. . I - I t John Bull, of Louisville, Kentucky; B'tlnitriitahl preparation f SAHIAPA R.tf.1. g las. long Blood at tha haad ol tha vartou oompoanila l mat falnanio drag. HIS COMPOUND OF WILD CHERRY 11AM HKCDMK A limSKIUll.D , WORD THItOCiiHOl T THK WEST AND SOUTH. HIS WORM U)ZEiEIIS, IN LESS THAN A YEAH AFTEH Til Kill INTRO . DI'CTIOV ATTAINED A -REPUTATION AS WIDE SPREAD AS THE CONTINENT OF NORTH AMERICA. Butthecrnwnins aloryof hla llfa ramaina to bo at talnad in hta diiicoTery, or ralhnroomtiination. 'or h doaa not rlaim to hsra baan thadnwiori rernlCRuana, whii-lualha basia ol Ilia Hlltara now oStirad to the piihlio. Thai honor bolonnat the natif o inhaUlantr of Oeotra Amarlra to whom it- vlrtuaa hav haao knownfor mora than two hundred yaara Armi-d with lithe Indian hide defiance to the moat deadly malaria, and hAmlloa, without fear, the moat venonv one eerpcnla. It ie a lieliof wilh thm. that while Iheto ih lirealh In tli. body, the lledren ia potent to oure, nomatler what tlieuiaeaaa may be. While Or. Hull ie not prepared to endorse this ex Irfagant pretension, he ia nevertheleaa MallNHed from athorouvli ezainlnatiun ol the evldeore relating to lie Ttrtiiea, th taa a remedy and prarentatiTe for all dieeanei arising from exioaiiret either to ehantge o waatliaf or elimat, or t tniaainaue InDnani ea,!! na WITHOUT A RIVAL! at up i tint. i j uwrnv urt I twrftittiutJO i nmn iuo bb !j07UinOeDiral Auivrm aa th WmI InJmi. iir d-stspbpsia And it. Btandaat train of aymptoma, it acta tnor lllr A Of! ARM than a medicine. 1 here ia nothing In Oia whn'e ranffe of MateMa aledl'-a that oan fur a nontat ne.ra omiarliion witnit in tnia aiaeaae. A full MM-.outitof thia woxt'lerfni nlam rnsv tie found in the eiefntli wlitloa of th l)aiid Btai. Diapna alory.pageu 13N7 and ISSB. A eon of eaiienmenta In which lir. Bull haa been for yean enuased, haa iuat been brount to a auot.eee. nil termination, ana ne i. now enanieo looner m pit Eiubltu aoomtM nation o'CEHKOM wilh other approved nnica. Ilia whole preawved in th beet quality of copierdlatllled Uourbon Whiaky, which he ia otliH dent na. no equal in tne worm. He miKhtfnrniNh a vuliline of eerllflcittea, but the pillillohnve long Kinca learned to a.timale euch thing, by their true value. The aateat plan la, for every oaa to tnatfor himaeiftti virtue l anew mediclna. - G1VBTHE CEDRON BITTBB8. One Trial utui l'm H ill AVtyr I'm Any (Hnrrii. It ia not neeeeearv lo nuhll.h a loo liataf ibaeaaea ror wluen tnor.iiaun mi tana re auinn. all dlaeaaea of th BOWKLS, LIV KKUH KlUNKVis, IN ALL AFPKCTlOOg Of Brain, liruentllnff vpou Itrrange- munt nf the Utouuuh or Howrls, in uoul. lshritatiiii, and M r u r a I a i a . anil in FE VtSlt A Nli A U UK. Itia daitlnadto auparoada all other remadira. It aa only curae thaaa diaaaaaa, hut It nravanti them. A wmi)(ivVMO na niuari.iauaa an nour rtira earn maai, will ouvtaia tha ill a0Bfwof tha wioaiuahaaltii ciimaia.naBti eitraan ina .aon iaki ok it aAiuai uie uAaar na mo iryietg aipoaura. OLD BT DRtKjflMTft A MROOBRfl 6EMEltfiLLT " DE. JOHN BULL. iHmmpal Ofioa, Fifth atreat, toaiavilla, y. Sold H loUule mud JirUiU by J. K. Fit I KM, . AGENT, WHUI.U4LI AND MRTAlL Um'tiUlHT, til Raeaadatraat, lytow,Oh WHO ALSO SELLA Hull NurHttmrt Ha iti. U 'it Worm ItroyfTt Snath Touio H)ruN aaUUtly Latest by Telegraph. From Washington. [SPECIAL TO CINCINNATI ENQUIRER.] [SPECIAL TO CINCINNATI ENQUIRER.] WASHINGTON, December 3. The President's Mcssajre has been re ceived with ninny expressions of rrni Idea tion by tho DemiMTatlo and conservative Kcpiililli-jttl members of Congress. , in the henatn, it wiw sneered at by Chns. Hiimner, and in tha House pronounced by Tlisd. Stevens as mt ciiiil in ability to a second-rate lecture, i By the linprejiuliceil muMscs, It is retrsnled as a dignified, utile, HtjiUMliinlillkc tloi'iiiiieiit, eiiiiiicinl greiit principles, and. without ilesfwiuliiiv toilc tullH, InyliiK down the fiindumentol law In reference to all the great Milltical topics of the hour. As was lung no predicUtl hythlscor reiiiili'iit, Mr. .loliiiin declnres iinciiiiv-H-lly that none of the States have ever been out of the Union, biiiI that each State has a l iL'lit to rctrulate fur ItHult'thc iiu.ilill- ciitious fur siillni:e; that Hie luilepcmliMice of flic Mill cm Ih its essential as the sove- relirnty of the Federal Oovcriniiciik. to (lie maintenance of a rcimhllcaip llovcrnnient. mill that I oiifrnw has the i iylit to jncltre of the election, returns and tpialltications of mcmliers. '. 'All 1b htniFtinire isconsldcred ns oeenliarlv Hllfiilllcant, when conti-asted with That). Stevens' oiiiiciis resolist ions, which assume Mint tJonttivss has tint riflit to lniiiire into the exlnleiice of the Stoles. Tho tenor Of the lueHstti'C, Hint the msUintllnn to it lovsl status to the SUI'S hcrctoliiredi-cliled to he in insurrection, is the protsT preroirntlve of the Executive, and that Congress has no I'iurlit to look licvond the election returns mid qualities! inns of Its own members. Witn rcirurcl loour liritisn complications the liiuiriisL'c of the President Is reirarded its lit leant stninp, if not lriciincliifr: hut in reference to Mexican all'uirs it Is eon structcd into ' l.ct ns wait a while." Upon the whole, the meSKiire is repirded fcnci allvas iiiKkinit lun n Issue w ith Uie nulicnls of the Siiiuiicr-Slcvcns strliie, and has given irrcnt c iicniimgcmciit to the genuine Joliiison men.,' At a mecliiiK of the Ih-mocratic Central Committee this evening, the message was very strongly approved. As wiu predicted lust night. Thud. Stev ens' caucus resolution was laid over in the Senate to-ilny. it will not lists that Ixxly very sieedily, nor at all. without essentiiil mouillcatlotis, even utter tne unanimity with w hich the Hepnblican nuijorlty in the House seemed to follow the Radical lead. The proceedings Uwlav are regarded as a conservative triumph, and Republican SenaUirs have expressed the opinion, that before the end of the present session tif Congress, there will In; found remaining only two ritdieiils in Congress, Sumner in tne jnciiale ami J liituilens Mteveua in tho House. Ullt.M.r. AN w HllToilhKMI--lONe MILK KASTOI' M1AMIS1UIKH. AT MAHTKH (HIM. , HIHfllHNKR'H BAI H. tleoob Urw-hal lMtf. ) 1 ' nana No. 1B va V Montiioinerv aiiiMuior Pnim Marer, at al, Delia. ) Oonrt, riirwiiBiii to An order or tha Htiirarior Oourt of Mnnt- Urmiert Coiinty, Ohio, mtila in tha !") en tilled iiauaaAtid to me dirMttid. I will oir at mitiHc aurtion nt ttiedo'jr of UietJoiirt Houeain tno etty of Imv ton. nuia liuuniv inn maio bit inin, oo , ., HAIUKflAV PKl KM KKH l. Hal wee a tha houitof 1 ami 4 o'oloett P. M. on kasiJ iay the tnltowtna; deiet(ted real aalHte, Tiar Htluaie ia kha Oonoiy of Montgomery anti htata af ohm.the prtand reiiikviDderof tha following daMTib d premtnen, It hrm(a part of the aouth-eMt iiiriar of tee ion ti, Town ona 0)rAOMe en (tfj M- Ha, aa followH. ontninert ina at tha Aorth-aai rornar of Rmaauel Uihart a luo aura lot, Ihanoa aouUi ft ehatua end ft IIori to a atone aet for a aovnr. tlittxi nnnh xfliu waaift Cham and ti hnka ina utona aat for a turner, truenca Drino unaina ami 79 maw to a awnin LheCaatrevilia Koad, itreine aouth a9n aaat S rha:oo Aiid2.linkBi to Uia placA of begiuninK,ouaADd Ihraa ' lonrthK acree. Haiti rVrpHy hai haen Annntiaad at tt.tKrOandt'ao notMlaar let than two-'hirrte ofn-uil ppraiMemeot. erroH or eaia uamii. wjlwisk mmv ij.lr. Mantttr Ootnmiatouer Muut'jt HuM-rio; Court, Aram t'i,r, Att'r. Movatnhr lat. novftrwSf. SMALL t-AKM (IN K MILK KKM M I AM Itslil 1 KU AT MAHTKK COM M liHItfN (CH'ti SAIK. oneph Itanihert, ) Hu. 2'Jia tm Montuomary Coliutv Uarrval Loroa, at. ai. I Huimrior Ooort, Hiimuant to an onter of tho Hniwrior tkmrt of Moiitcomary oouoty.oho. rnatl in th ahova -n. AUHM.unii u mo uiphefve... I Will oner at puntie Ail'- ion at the door of (lit Court iJuune. id tha vnr of IhtVtoa in the Oounty ntiH HUtfKtoreHaid, ou HA I 'UHHAY. JAMUKY ath !,, between tha houre af owe auil otir o'clock t F. M.a of wnd dny, the foilowntg ilvrM-rilud rnU aatAta, to-wit, situate In I he County of MontKonaery and Btnie of . Ohio, in Hetition n. Town t, It en it? A, Aati, Ac, tfeiri' AiPKAt1"' w. ('oriiar oi wan. trowa iuacraiot initHid Motion and nionina Ihnoca Kam iT ehaiaa and Ao hnka to tlta oheQiteT ot Hear Creek, thewa iloan tlta ehannut of mhiu Ottuk, S. 33 J K. a uliatna. thenoeH. W K. tf tiSariN; tlitroo B. S4" It A ei.atn-; Iteooe M aty" H. b haina ao-i fni Itnka to a jmmdi II iiltaina aud 60 liaka aouth of VteMay'e ina, tkoltea parailal wtlh Uia eaal and wa him, ina aamtoa nn. therua ti. to the ilnoe of l aumnitiM. ooaLaJoiiigl twenty four aerea end Ho loo (M a.l-u Aitoa part ol ina aania afoa rjea(innait.a the H oxrnar at Uia ai ova deaeribed Umt. thanca aIouk tha aaet hua thereat t tha north Una of aaid tnw't, theiwa eaxt for quantity, (hence parallel with tha tlrt mMiiloiHi' line to trie tveuth hue of MAid tract: th-nen alon tha eeid baa to tha plaue at heuitiutrix roniAlumft five aera. naid lanil liae larn a, pmiecj At 75 pnr acra and OAi.not ae. I lor lea thaui two t hint a of aaid appra a ieai. Tornaol aaIcs nauli, W. U atBLVILl.K. Maeter (V.mun kroner Mon(K'iuery Hupenyr Court. APta 41LAT. Att'y. m,?-. IA' OB UHAMK'rt f UTATK. I N TH SHU PAY of NoYt niber, AbA, tha ordrii nmrr a M p. Stoinfed anj mlihatl adiuinivirtUor mt the (( ol vHib rhde, lata of Moot oniery county. Ohio, dewaaed. Bur&att LUCINDA BHADB. 8HEHIFKH SA1K OK KKAL ESTATE. I)T viriaa af and in o'eieive au aa order of ka will eell at t-uMic aale on falurtiar tha XwealT-nih (Jy of November. lnKr, at lite Court nouaa i I o t'luli p.m., Hie toiinwinit aeeenneu premitpa etlu nted in aa'd Ootinir, oa nA in the (toiith W ret r)fiarttr of aatttiwn No. thirty lour (At) towaathia nra (6), ttanira five (() KHrt, U-aiuniiJA ai Ilia toouth hvat (HiraTof a lot newaarnti t,y th hwire of Joho K, HatviUM, iif(Muu.Ni, luaaina inea-a otn twenty s site Itauurnvi Minn:; Uwh'p tarnoty-taur roia to a no riier wont; tiir.uce aouin, tweaty rot a to a corner; tb nee Weet tw-niy-'our Hrche to tha placa of bairinainf.ronta'inna thrraacrea mora or leaa r Aidaeamtaaa navr uaaa eDnraiaaa ai twive hwa. drvtl dUular. aad ttaaaot aall lot immm then two -third a of tha apprai mant. u trm: um inira own, out unni m on vvar, ma one third Ia two BtMhi; nwk Myntmato bear tntar aU aad to tat aw-un by anonxAre na id preantBea u u. a. 4a viiAnu. onca. K. 1fniw, AU'y. w Fki'.AL . NO'I IOK-AKUABN LAN Hi WHiR J MiifMAM ankitawa, ia aobb-i that Abbv La.iia.did on the S ib tinv of November. Iriia. hia har pattition m tbw othoa of Ua Clerk of the C urt of aannuia I'leaa within and lor Uia county of Mont Gmery and Mt oi t h o, c liar hi da tha eael ' eubva lalawilh aiamailonmeut aan Ktoea njlar.l of dutt to ward avd AW-y I Mid aakinn to ta divoreed worn lha ad titu LaaU, wliHih pautiua wiil aland tur tvarinir at uia ai-ni term of aaiil utMiri. lveg-anttia t. Idftft. AfiHT LANTZ. Aaa Ot, Att'y. - deoteal rpO TH TAX OK MUNTUOMKRT WMlftTV, IHI', Tha) twrke are wow rvlv,atd a t-H Attend to r rat vniA vta Sanaa for laeo, dunna; onVta houra at in Trtaa-urar a vrrK. ii youooaauii your wa coo- , vaaianoa, you will eah IWoratha ruh, whtuh rentni tl vary aniaaattl dunac lha tat law weeka of tha ttna partned h taw. tiiarihar lhat one half tha aaura tai for leoS. togathar with All ataqum-.uta. aal caa or etraet ImifrsvriiiPtil laxaa, mu( bA laiii oQ or haAra the Vh itay a' leeemb r, lae)a or tha T naniy wiu aa atioesi aa aainanara oy mw fnii, iri A LET Traaimrar Mna(MtjauM-i Co . U. fTraaaurar'A Oftoa, Nov. 1. leaa, B4vi-aaU