THE DAILY EMPIRE.
II. II. KOItl N.HON, Kiutiih,
ll. U. KITCH, Amuhtaxt Editor.
Friday, December 8, 1865.
Greenbacks and High Prices.
Tlie linpn'Hloii in Kainlnii (rmimil that
'nrfii, In oomplliinro with a rwotni'ii
tlHliimor the rWerrtitary of tlie Trviwnry,
w 111 timvlile for n railim! mid sternly fiiml
tng of the HoKliiiK tli-lit, and n regular
withdrawal of ffrcetilMickK, with a view of
roiitmcliiijf na ralilly on inmk1M( thn Na
tional Hunk Indies. Tills l a rtKiilt gi'iii'r
ully iliviml, a It. I conci-dcj tlmt the irn
cial IiikIi prii'in of nil arllWi l-owiii)f to
tin inflated ourrt'iify. Imrliijr the war the
opinion witm'xpresKPil that when the eon
U'hI iwJ riw would ,lc redneeil. Jtnt
the war hint teriiilnuleil, mid then; Ik iiu re
rtitetlon. Kcw vxihx'UmI flint nt Hie end of a season
unusually produetlve, and in the mlilst of
lietioe, they would be pohiH'11iiI to pay
higher prices for nil iirtleleit used In (lie
family than they paid during the wur, when
jfold wit at two hiiniliiil and fitly, and
rising, lint they are eoniolled to pay
higher for everytlilnj;, and, a a matter of
ninw, will diisUin any iiiovenient ealeii
lated to bring tliruivn to a li'gitliiKitt
Maiiilard. Tlie Detroit Free l'rm$, in upiealinK to
the business and working men of the nation
txijnin in eoniMdliuji Congress to strike at
the riKit of the evil, and remove the prin
cipal eaiie of the high price, the iullatioii
of ttic currency, says :
"If thn K-oplt' who are affected by these
prices will but unite in sayinjf the word.
Onijfress will not dare to refuse, earlv in
the session, to remove this in II lit ion. w hich
is the heaviest of all our taxes. Not. only
does it keep up prices, but by its uncer
tainty and fluctuations in the price of ifnlil.
it renders it iiuMissible to do business with
certainty the margin of uncertainty must
always lie against the consuniiner, and the
Riinrabundaiice of currency stimulates
KiKH'iilat ion and compels every man to
cliargrean exorbitant profit iu scir-dcn-nsc.
Congress can cure this, i 'on grew can con
tract currency till It and gold assimilate in
value., t'ongress can restore, specie pay
ments; and when t ingress does tills it will
accomplish all that we can ever again hope
to see done, and that is not to get back to
old prices, but to restore the ciuillbriuin
between wages and living. Therefore
what we really want is a return to a specie
standard, with a reduction of circulation to
the needs of business when wo will again
realize the comfort, so well known of old,
called ''good times," and mankind can
judge at the commencement of the year
how he will come out If he pursues a
These are sound views. So long as the
state of our currency compels us to pay
excessive price for all articled of home
consumption we shall be shut out from
ennui competition in the markets of the
world. The development of the vast re
sources of the country is being seriously
retarded by the effects of all inflated cur
rency. Congress, at an early day, should
apply the remedy.
Securing the Public Debt.
We observe among the proceedings of
Congress, a resolution offered by Mr. Itan
ilall.of Kentucky, which was adopted
yeas Hid, nays 1 to the purport that "the
liublic debt created during the late reliel
lion was contracted on tlie faith and honor
of the nation ; that it is sacred and invio
late, and must and ought to be paid, prin
cipal ami interest, ami any attempt to re
pudiate, or iu any iimnimr to impair sail I
debt, should lie universally discountenanced
by the x-ople, and promptly rejected by
Congress If proMsed."
It is to lie tWired that the devil lias been
whispering to Mr. I'andall, w ho is an In
dividual of no remarkable stability that
he is In danger of becoming a repiidiator.
This is the kind of tribute which men pay
t their own Integrity when they begin to
lose coiilldeni'o in it; a sort of obituary
notice, bearing testimony to virtues tijMtii
the jsiint of dissolution.
e lioie that tlie public creditors espe
cially those who remember tlie resolution
several years ago passed with such unanim
ity by (ho same body, that this war is not
waged for the abolition ot slavery, but
solely for the preservation of the Vnion,
and what followed it will take great cour
age from this solemn pledge of our National
Legislature, and that our public securities
will go up accordingly. 'Tlie thing most to
be wondered at. now that swearing is so
much iu fashion, is that the mover of the
resolution did not proHise to put tlie mem
bers of Congress under oath never to vote
for repudiation. This would have fixed
things beyond a pcradveiilure. C'iiu-iimati
Crime in New York City.
annual report of the New York
Metropolitan 1'oliecl'onniiUsioiicrs is a vol
uminous document. It shows that there
were last year OM.IS73 arrests made. Of
tnese Iyu4 were males anil ai,lll) females.
The table of nationalities show that ill.Hfi'i
white and 1,11 black natives; 32,857 Irish;
7,iM3 Hermann; 2.X1U Kngllsh; Mil ricotch;
and Will French were arrested. The crimes
against the person were greatly in excess of
tlioso against uroitertv. Of tlie whole !.-
(XK) nearly M,UUu were In tlie former cate
gory, mere were DO arrests for murder,
l'.i7 for assaults to kill, 78 for raie and at
tempts at, that crime, assault .and battery
ti.oit. Arrests for Intoxication figure up
over eleven thousand. The largest number
of the arrrestcd were between 30 and 40.
The married were about 30,000, and the
unmarried 38,000. It is somewhat remarkr
ablc how large a number of them could
read and write. This number Is staled at
&l,;tsj. Suc h a fact shows that illiteracy
and crime are neither necessarily nor even
extensively connected; and thai something
besides the power to read and write is nec
essary to make mural men and orderly law
respecting members of the community.
A Wind Fall.
E. M. Bruce, " late member of the Con
federate Congress," and now a banker and
ootluu-factor in Augusta, Georgia, has pre
sented General John C iireckluridge a
cheek for 100,000. Commercial.
It It were not for the fear of being
charged with disloyalty, by JIkn. Uuti.kr,
we would be Inclined to congratulate JoiiN
C. on hi good luck.
A New York muier sav ttcneral Hooker.
commander of the I department of the Kast,
is dangerously sick or eryslM'iaa In tlie
head. ' lie has a few days been in a doubt
ful condition, though his symptoms are
now more favorable. He has no visitors,
and no business Is allowed to trouble, hint.
A letter from Kichinoml says there is
considerable excitement In that city over
the reMirt that t.eneral Itutler ts shortly to
become military commander there. Many
persons think his anticipated assumption'
of command in Virginia, is in some wat
connected with the intended trial of .letfc
A Idler from Korlri'ss Monroe says the
larger isn't ion of tlie rcliel ram, Merrinmit
was successfully raised on the 5tli, anil
tow ed to I'ort-siiioui h Navy Yard.
ItoHioN, llereiiilier 7. lohn Gallagher,
the keeper of a drinking saloon on asli.
ington street, got Into a dlltlenlty last nijrbt.
witn some persons anil tins I a pistol at ornt
the ball instantly killing a young man
named Collins, who was walking with i
lady on the opisisite side of the at met. Gal
lagher was arrested. ;
At Indianapolis, on Thanksgiving Davy
there was a large and iiuiMislug proircssioit
of Isrealitcs upon the occasion of laying
the eorner-'stone of the new Jewish teinph
and a great gathering of .lews from all
parts ol luiliana. An eloquent oration was
delivered bv Key. Dr. I.ilieulhal, of Cinein-
nati, follow ed by a very appropriate ad
dress bv lion. I'. C. I limning. The cost of
the new edltlee is estimated at 10,000. I
San Krancisi'o. December (i. Articles of
iissoelatlon have been tibsl bv a Company
to build a railroad from San r'rancisco Hay
to a town lu San Diego, thence eastward to
the State line, and there connect with th
lillteluplateil road to Hie Mississippi. '1 he
I'apilal is thirty millions, and the length of
the roail seven hundred and twenty miles.
rirsT., Ga., December (!. General
Grant anil stall arrived iiere to-day, and
will leave lor Atlanta to-morrow.
Gold and Currency.
A eorressinilent. of the New York Keen
ing Post, writing iimui the above subject,
uses the following1 sensible language:
I think that I can suggest a simple ami
safe way to bring our currency back to a
J lie sole cause ol the premium on gold.
now that the war is over, is the excessive
amount of our pajHT money. The size of
the premium indicates the degree of this
excess. It Is an invariable rule iu Hlitical
economy that if you force iikh a commer
cial community a larger amount of circula
tion than the business or that community
requires, the whole volume of such circula
tion will sink to tlie value of the amount
xne paper money now in circulation
amounts in round numbers to nine hun
dred millions, and the premium on gold is
in round numbers titty liercent. This indi
cates that we have titty ier cent, more pa
per in circulation than the country requires.
The amount required to carry on all the
uusiiiessol tne united states Is apparently
.1 .1.1., .I...A olU 1......1.-W1 .1111...... ..f .1..H '.
..b i iiii. i.imi,t m ijiiiiuidi MiiiiiiMin ui uoimi n.
Hut we have nine hundred millions. W hat
has followed f The nine hu mired millions
are worth only six hundred millions. Y'ou
can buy the whole nine hundred millions
tor six Hundred millions or gold tins day.
Should Congress in their wisdom pass a
law at tho approaching session to increase
the number ot National Hanks so as to add
three hundred millions more paper money,
the value of the currency would sink to
filly rents on tlie dollar, and the premium
gold would rise to one hundred percent.
1 trust that voll will evense mi, for Itsltur
such trite and well known rules iu li nance
and political economy, but there opiears to
oe so miicii contusion of Ideas on the part.ol
recent writers on this subject, that I think
1 am justified in repeating tliein.
1 now come to the remedy, which is sim
ple and effectual.
Firsts Let Congress resolutely abstain
from authorizing any new issue of paper
Second l,ct Congress instruct Mr. ale-
CiiIIim'Ii to cancel and destroy in each and
every month, out of the receipts ofinternal
revenue, or irom oilier sources, eight ami
one-third millions of greenbacks.
i ins priK-eediug would illiniuMi the vol
ume of currency at the rate of one hun
dred millions a year, and thus in three
years inn wnoie amount ol circulation
would lie reduced to six hundred millions.
or to the actual amount required to carry
on tlie business of the country.
W heuever this result shall be reached,
gold will cease to hear a premium, and
greenbacks will lie convertible at pleasure
into rs'eie. A regular assumption of specie
payments by the National Hanks would
then lie so simple a matter that it is un
necessary to describe tlie details, What
ever remained outstanding of tlie Govern
ment greenback would be received and
paid out by tlie banks on a par with their
ow n bills, and thus the whole currency of
tint country would bo redeemable in gold.
The ell'ect of the gradual w ithdrawal of
tlie excess on tlie currency would be most
salutary. A moderate stringency would
prevail' throughout the w hole crid, with
out any sudden or severe pressure. The
banks would lend with caution. Specula
tors would draw in their oerntions. Mer
chants would curtail their business. Slock
gamblers would Hud it no longer possible
to carry heavy amounts of securities and
every part of tlie commercial community
would take in sail and prepare for the
storm I hat was apparently approaching.
Hut a commercial crisis that is fully pre
pared for by every one never comes, and
thus we should be spared the violent revul
sion that usually follows a return from a
depreciated to a sound currency.
Th I.iTTf.K Fai.iji Traukoy. We yes
terday printed flic ilctails of the bloody
tniKeily at Little Ktills. In which a Mr. Waf
railt, wife and dauhlcr were sLiuj.'lilcred.
A coroner' jury has Investiiited the affair.
1'nxcisllMjr to the cbaiulier where tlie
body of Mr. Walrndt hail fieen disiHivered.
a ill"; atainctl with bloixl and iarlially II I led
Willi Honor Wtts found in one iMirner of tlie
room. In tlie mean time, tlie money, checks
and other valuable, hail lieen discovered in
tlie house in an undisturbed situation, anil
the Jurors were forced to the conclusion
that, in a tit of" tenijmrary insanity, iiroba-
iy iniiiieiHi oy iiiuuiueuce in iiinior, imuiei
Walraill had ifranKedT Uith will; and dautrh
ter from their beils anil inurileretl them In
the inliiiman manner which wai ileacribeil
by the lltlca Olmerver yesf4'rday.
I'robably, iiifuridtediit the rcullzutloii of
the deed he hud eiuuuiittcd, or maddened
by lliiior, he hail, with the cunning ehar
uclerislicof an insane iiiun, arranged bis
ow n death in the manner we have described.
The funeral took place yesterday morning.
The occurrence of the tragedy liatl eausml,
iuimeiise excitement in Herkimer County,
and the funeral of the deceased family wan
largely atU-ndwlWiWiw(tT (jY. X.) Vniun.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
The rVnale committees were announced
on Tuesday. They are alioiit the same as
lastyoar. All the InijKirtant positions are
given to tho New Knglund Senators.
Sir. Morrill, of Vermont, It l said, will
be the Chairman of the Committee of Way
nd Means in the 1 loose. Kaymond, of
New York, Chairman of Foreign Affairs.
A terrible murder was committed on Sun
day near Ttaclne, Wisconsin. A family of
children named Cook were murdered while
their parents wcrcatchurch. The children
were under fourteen yrairs of age. Two
arrests have been made on suspicion. ,
Mrs. Wlrz lias made an affidavit denying
the charge that she attempted to give her
husband Mson before Ids execution. It
was, as we cxcctcd, entirely false.
General Hanks lias made a siecci to the
lsiulslaim delegation, in Which he approve
the President's Message and favors negro
The Fenian Senate ennunencod an extra
session in New York yesterday.
The bill allowing negroe? to testify In
Conrtslias been tabled In the Tennessee
The Slate of Georgia, under compulsion,
has ratified tlie Abolition constitutional
The Kngllsh Government has sent iu a
remonstrance to Spain for Its warfilre upon
Col. Jones, late Provost Marshal of the
First Draft District, put up his old drafting
wheel at auction on Tuesday. There was
coinM til ion, but the Colonel himself finally
bid lu that memorable Instrument of tor
ture at fl nti.
General Grant has arrived in Charleston.
He lias declined a public dinner tendered
him by tlie merchants and citizens of the
They have had severe and continuous
gales in Washington Territory for tlie past
three weeks, which have done much dam
age, causing a suspension of business.
The corner-stone of a new and magnifi
cent Jewish Temple was laid iu Iiitlinuapo
11s yesterday with iuiKwlng ceremonies.
The Senate of Oregon have adopted the
Articles of association have been filed
by a company to build a railroad from San
Francisco to the contemplated road to the
Major General Hooker is lying danger
ously III in New York with the eryslelas.
The greater portion of the Herriinao has
WBAVKR. Atthe rttinc of his brother -In-law,
H. I. mark, tn Mianjiturg, PrttUy m(aua.
Dmbr ft, at sighl o'ulfwk, Mr. DANIEL WBAVKit
altar a Song illaaaii.
Hit funeral will (aka plac on flundajr, Daoamba.
10, at ton a'clook A. M ., from his lat raJridM
Place of InUrsnaot, Htxftl'n Uburoh, four mi tat south
of Dayton. Bis numerous friends at ftfiaminburgsnd
in tpis city are inrited to attend. Barvicca at UetaeJ's
Church, atfelevea o'clock.
ADAM CEIS, '
Mattrans and liedding
NO. (15 FIFTH HT., BKT, WALNUT AND VINE,
SUPERIOR COODS WILL BE FURNISHED
TO OKOKR AT
City arid Country Trade. .
TUB HTOOKHOLDKRH IN TBI MIAMIPBUKO)
aa.l CeoltirvlllA Turnpike Uoluputy srs hretiy
DoliDvti lu rauet u theotlicft of J. li. Hrin- hso, J. F..
in MiaiiiiftutirK, Ohio, on Monrisy, Jauusrjr s, Isttf,
at 1 o .'lock F. M., lor lb purpo.u of electing eevca
(7) director to etrve the etmutnit jreer. -dMall
oAOhUK, A. UHOV1S, Pres.
Notice to Bridge Contractors.
8 1 V T 1 1 HT l KET Hit 1 1 0 E,
, CITY OE DAYTON.
Aimiroa'a Grains, MoKTeeassT On., 0., I
- tlAiToa, lleuetnber , lata .
SRALEI) PROPOSALS WILL BK RIU2IVKD AT
the Andilor'e Odioe until Mooilay, Janusry 1.
1I6. laoVl.s-k.A. M , by a Jolut Oominituie. nom
ort(ul of Mnn.UB Honlfr, John Uutt, autl John Worn
eldurf, bridie Oommittee of the city of btytoa, and
Jnie Appletit, a OoDirmtle apMioted by lit
Board of Count Oommi-MtienftrM.
To build an iron br due anron the nana! nnHixlh
atre.t, in the oily of Dayton, aa lollowa : 17 feet ft.
inches In ihetilear, with a aide walk on una aide, live.
feet in widlh, supposed Ui be eixly Teet in width,
more or lesa. Bida to be made by the einf-le foel
Eatth bidder ia alM required lo preftent and bid upon
hu own ptan and HMs!ill(.ationa The Oemm Uee re
aerve the nuhltu reject aor or all hide if ihey think:
proper. J. W. IIIKTKICII, Auditor.
' MAKCIIJH BOHLKR,
deetdaw'iw Chairman ttmlge Coin.
THK UlRKCTUMS OP TBK TJSUTONIA 1NRIT.
ranoe tlempany have deelared a Uiviuend ol ONK
DOLL a K per HHAKK, payable on and after Menaay,
breei-nber II, lse6.
DR. STEVENS & CO.
PRIVATK DIDEAEa OUUKD IN THE HHORrRST
poaaiiile time, at the Clnoinuati Lock Hosi.ilrl,
14 WeatT'bird atreel, between Walnut and Vine, up
ataira, without tbe uae of Mercury, lt,ae of tune, or
ehaniie ol diet.
br.TKVKNH, by special atudy and exiierlance In
the hoapilala of Haluinore, Londuu auit f'aria, la
en tilled to ifuarrantee a cure in the most coniell
tiated oaeee. Recent caaea ol uonorrhea or Hrpluiin
tmred in a few daya, wiUioul cliaeAe ei diet, or uind
ranua bom uuaiueee eooudary bypbiluvlhe laet
veatifie eradk-aied withoutthe use ol Meicury.
Victlrae cf aell.abuHe and eteraalve venery, suHer
fiuifrom tfpeiuuttorrhea, and loaa of phy.Mal aad
leuUl iwer, Indiueation or Ooni4itatinii( Drup
tiona.'Nervou. OuukQ, Uyisiclioudria, An. ere treated
for Liver Oouiplalut byapepata, and c'onaumptiue,
by iinuraut men, who miatake tlie efleola for ttte
oauaea of tlie evil, aud Uiua nulliply boik.-
Marrled men, and thoea oonlenuplaUaiK marriage,
ahould reetore vigor to Uiir bediea and minde, ere
tlMy eateil niiaary and diaeaaa upoa tboae of their
lhaeaeaa peculiar to re-male treated. A cure feuer
ranlaed In all'JOM.a. Persona at a dietanoe promptly
eured, by eddreaaina, witu atatenient of oaae, i)r.
HmVKala AUU., 14 Weatlbird alreet, UlnouwaU,
OltioA hour from I A. at., 10 I P. K-; Sunday
tn 11 A. M. deol lyd
3. V. NAUERTH & BON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CANNED ami , .
37iro- w orlrja,
oVe i&c Ac.
J. V. NAURTU & HON", .
dec4 4w 103 Main Street.
r AAinoni Atii.F.
OPBnV H O U 8 E
Svery Description of Hats and Cps,
Ladle' ami CliiMren'H FurH, ICoIicih,
rpHK ItNliKltaiONBti HEliS TO INFORM THE
.1 p'tbuo that he ha opened and will keep cou
atamly nu hflod everv t ln that I nw and ileslrahie
in the alvrve I no Kvery ihtna in the market that
I . nltriuitive, ilea. ruble or new will he added Irom
time to tune, making It one of the most complete
flHUhliahmentH of tbe kind in thoMlnte.
Laihea' and Children' F' ra oi the chotceat and
riihestualitiea aoldin the Weil, at lower than Cia
1 reectfnllyaolkilanian-itn'ion of aleek,
K. A. HKKKMAN,
def! dly No. 24 Main atreet, Uayton, Ohio.
M ox'u M EN T A L " OYSTElt CoT,
W 1 L L I A MT AYLOR,
Fresh Can and Keg Oyster
HKCKIVKt) DAft.V IIY KXI-KKHH.
Also, Oove and epiotd Oystera, t:lama, IobaterM,
Pickel. baue, and Jetlien, For
eign JTruita,-. j
8. E. Corner Filth nnl Vine HtreelM,
d.4Jwtr Cincinnati, ohio.
c arI eT cTd oh ert tTYoT,
IMHOIITKKS AND JOBBKRg Of
MILLINERY GOODS, B05HET8,
iunnoNS AND SILKS.
7 ltiK'o Street, Corner ol' Union,
Relween Pearl and Third,
de4dawtf GIN INMATI, OHIO.
WIHlI.EHAI.lt DKAl.KK IN
Bourbon and Bye Whisky,
No. 248 Walnut Street,
dHdawlf CINCINNATI, OHIO.
o. 9. aaini,
'I. w. AaataMM,
SMITH, HAWLEY k CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
i WKST IFTU 8TUKKT,
Bfttwn Walnut and Vina, OiircmATi, o.
Manufiictorjr. North Wwi.; Oorner Pearl an-i Kim
WILLIAM H. CONOVER,
Magistrate of Madison 1 Township.
Win, a'itkhu to drawing and ao
knowletiK"K j0eUaf ami th oolleetloo ol
Ha in alfo preparM to attend to th drawtnof .
struninu of wrutDXi correotly, at short nia
STEPHENS HUBER t CO. .
KlOAi, K8TATK AOKNTfi.
7 t!fc 2HO Thirtl St.
DA VTON, OHIO.
WILL ATTRNUTO THKHKU.1NO AND BUY.
1NO of real ealnfe, loan ruonev ou bond and
morlRaHe niaket-olteetipna, Ae.,Ao. All buaioeaa en
tnuted to them will befaithlully attended to.
oi. lld tr
uaoaok w. nova.
Jena A. h'mahor.
HOUK & McMAHON,
Attorneys tit Law,
Orriua, Mo. 31414 Third Street, Beat of Main,
nofJo-6ni - . .
DR. J. H. RUTTLEY.
CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN,
WILL 11KAL THK HICK WITHOUT
METHCJXE, FOR TH O MOffTIIH
AtUoodwhi Hooae, formerly Swayrl House,
DA VTON, OHIO,
OrTJoa hourn from I lo It A. M., and from t lo e P. If.
The poor will lar liberally eonaidered
deutd3( . '
A. a, BMITH
WOCAMAN. SMITH & CO..
No. 28, Main Street, Opera Building
HAVB 0UM8TANTLY ON HAND A FUM, AND
complete uttn k ot Oruderitw, NbiIh, Kit.li, To
btvo, aou avnry oUitT ariiijiuil fij Tor in Ih wholt
a agro;rr tral. Umvina rrt!ntijr reniofd to our
nttw room h, w hve greatly iiviraiuisfl our tUock, and
ara prapan-d to till tUl order prornpiljr.
Wa rvtreifullyndl Uia aiUation ol citjr and ioiin
try dmlera to our nw atock of f(rotnea. mttMtied
that wa can giva thtn aa gtod u.rf(aina aa tbajf oan
aMaftinatauy oUer bouin .beciijr.
GOLD AND SILVER GOODS.
P. A. LAFEE,
No. 8S0 Tblrd Ntreet. Barton. Ohio,
HAM JUBT KETUKNKL. IKOel MKW V0BK,
with a anperti aaMortmeut of extra goerfe in hia
line, eoneiatjug of the iargeat aad moat elegant
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
and Itue jewolry, too numeroiia to mention in detail.
Hm arntnienH'Ut with importora and manufacturer
ia nodi that no oNK ci.n undertiell hun in tha Mama
ilne and quality of goods, Wholesale or Retail Theee
who ara avqiiaiuieil with hia c.ruumita ., and buai
nria at home, ara aware (hat no jeweler, Kaai or
Wertt, oan artord to aell at tha aama low iirofita, Bta
guarantee. to hia gooda, lor tha peM fifteen year a
ttiat ha liaM bean in butuueHa bare, have la acru
puliHialv met Tbeaeara nutta known to thousands.
Tha HUliHcribbr aio ha, among at her auperior
goodaia the I ne, an excellent anno rtm out ot Opera
ulaMHH,iN.rjiaol lhamaahiiih aa Iwelva-glaaa foeua.
SllKl'IiKRO'rt I'KKMIUM UOIA) PKNS.
Alan, tha laMul atjla ol French Mantle CHookn, kc.,
(lall In and aKaoiine, 0od a warranted aa told
dectdawau. P. A. LAP BM.
A DM! M lHTRATOR'H MOTI0B.-VM AMUVL MIL
J LKR hea been appoiatad Adminutrator of Dan
lei Millar, deoeeeed, lata ol Vaa Buran Tewnahip, I
Mootfaomaty ikuaty, Ohio. nevltwM
NO MEDICINE GIVEN,
LATE OK NKW YOKK I'lTY', ALBANY,
AIONTKKAU (illKHKC, OKTIJOIT,
CIIKAfMI, ST. I.OI IS AN IX I N
C'lNNATl, HAH TAKEN
THIKO ST., I)AYTO!f, C.,
tflKtre he will I'tiMldy heal the Sick
free of Chnriie, fmm it A,
if., till 11 A. M.
Munday, IcMiiiir 4tli, H(V,
Friday, DecAinlior SilHIi, 1 tHH.
WHERE TIIOrtB WHO AUE ABLE
JPAY MAY COMK,
2 UNTIL. 6 P. M., EACH DAY.
So Medioiam Given t
Ho Surgical Opera tiom Performed
Chronic Diietue Curd I
Acute Fain Initanly Eeliered !
una SEE I
. HE 111!
' f v
Over Fifty Thousand Operations
Thursday ft Friday Eve'i. Dee. 7 ft 8.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
ArUtmus Ward's Farewtll Nights
in 4 ntericu,
ARTKMt'4 WARD-8 HUMOB More hnmoronii
than an othr humor. Tha grin ( broader, nn-far
the mk ot which Ilea, it not tha daapat wiafiom.
moHi MUrllin?9ommoa mn RMtlon mimt txij the
book lor ihemMlTM CnWi Journal Lomlon
ARTKMU8 WAKD AMONG THK HORMUNH.
The pnhiM! ara vciuj informed that thin will
m n at poaiilTrly ba Arta-titta Werd'a only ntKhts iu
!nyt d, prior to hia dfperttrte for RnKland, whera
arrniiKmnnto arn anwiy baiK parfa:ted fur hia
mmrf nppnamtiua at KiivntiaD jrlall. London.
Tha pi lormt part of liia antertainmfot embraitea
EIGHTEEN COLOSSAL PAISTISGS,
KaithfitHf pliotftftrtpbinx, on a nignt- an la, tha
Hirpt'trttjMait Irfilc-Cilv, and thn nn(uUr Imautlltil
Vnllry ofllth. Tlie aa-wompanyina dawrtptiTa Ijc
Mtre by ..rierniH Ward will b rhernil Tlie mioii'm
ofthtM KnLenmiiment haa been eo marked tlmt H ia
porhape pro inr to refer to it hern. Cornmam-ing tn
Ilia (Jay ol htm York, It wan friren at Oodaworth flail
for one hnndrrd oonneotitiva ninbla lo danaely
crowded houeea. Itji atieeaa aubnMaenllv in Hoe: on
I blind rlpr ia, Belt more, Waariiaat u, Chinago and
Hi. bourn, waa no lean poaitiTa ami brill iaut
AI'MDWION IWOfcNTrt. RESKAVED 8ECAT8 73 CT8.
Rent.rre for aala at J. T. K nney'aMuiio
more, No. 8 Third Street, where pun of tha Ball
may km aean.
vn oi renin tor tha two nights, will commence on
Monlny. IeceiB(ir 4a
Joo a opAn at 7 inmeiiraatS o'olork.
The Ptano iiw-d a Mr Wrd"-i rntrtatnmenta la
from (heoeMltrHted manufactory of Knal Uo .and
iDd'T iiiniieneu oy nr. ftenney,
J NO P.HM1TH, Director.
MASTKft CUMMIHHIONiiU'B flALR Nearly
louilnfn H-Tt'i of I Mid a'ljoiniriB tho R. ft. Kia.
ti ii ut H aniipbjrj-FlVE AUHKL4 UK If VIiB
YARD. Cliiabeth UinplA at alPlifa.1 Oaa No. 31 HO.
L. 1), Antonidcs at nl Upltn J
at L Mfml..miai'l K.itkatriAV
PiiritUHnt to an order of tbe 8parioroourt ol Mont-
Koinnry County, Ohio, madn in tne ttlrovu entitletl
fiitme, end to me directed, I will otfr at Public Auc
tion at the door of tha Court Uoute in tbe city of
JJnytoo, in Ihr County end Htito ftforwiid. on
tiATUKI'AY, IKUKMliKtt So,
B-lwrnn t.e Iiouth or I and 4 o'clock P. M. ol
rtaid dity theM UowinK dewonhed R at Ehtete situatein
the County of Monioin-py and tttate of Ohio, and
Iwundcd and deporilied an (ollowx: Itenitf a part of tha
North fCa-t iiarter of fractional lieniion Wo, 10, Town
ship No 2, rantjie 0 ea-t on tho woxt tide of tho ir?at
MiAini Hiverand tiitrinirjfr. at tho Houfh Went oorrmr
of Lcwia Haaeelraan a two acre lot, thorns North with
Nnid Hiiitnelman'R lotsvt?nrdH,tlveoce wejitat rif(ht
iMiglcn weven rodn; thence Houth aevon rodn, Ibeuca
K-intto the placa ot beginning, containing rorty-oina
A I no lotM mimhfred lira, ftix, aerenand eiht, (5, ,
7 A 8,)lyini( infnwUonat luntion Mo. 10, Town V, IUne
6eant, wiiich will more Itilly appear by refer aina to a
nwtoniea uifti oi aaia low mi lata on ny ifauc i reon,
eilnt of I ha Antonide'a heir. No. A ooutaina 8
iu-rR, and lift pn:he. No. toobtainaA acrea and
fifi pemhoa wo, 1 contain a acrea ana 7 1 paronea.
No 8 contiina 6 acrea and 117 perohea exoept two
pieoee of property taken Irom aaid Iota otmtatninKf-ii
acree envh, void by aaid Antonidea to Jacob dimmer
mtmI to JaMbt?rhroeder on thakOdday of laceiubor
l&VI. raid deeds being reort'ed in B ok W. No. t,
p gee 14 and 17. Tbe folio in ia tha danriptioa
of the piece eold to Jacob Zimmer above named. ba
utnuing 14 polea South oi aNtoneon the North Iroun
Oary ot aaid aeuiions bainjc north-wat corner of Jacob
Mchroder'a lot, tbenca north Wfat pole lo a
utone, thence aouth tttJV wmi " polea to a atone,
thence north dr eati a j vol en, thence south eat
t. po ec to a atona. then4- north V4 aat 8 polee lo
'hebeMinningoontaiaingjla1';rwl ne lollowing la
thodewirip'ion ot the piece wold to Jacob mdiroader aa
HioreBaid, Heginning at a atone on tha north boundary
ot said M-tion being tha north-wei-t corner ol Ja!ot
Hcbrodr'a lot, tbanita north my weatitt polea to a
ntona,t henca aouth Hv weat 14 mms to aetone.theno
north lo4aaat H polea to tha beginning oouiainiug
baid Property haa lieen appraiaadat i,0u0 and enu
not aell for Ihh than two-thirds ol aaid apprNiaeinant.
TartuaGaah. WILUKKU UKLV1LLK,
ManUir Commiaaioner M out 'g8u pernor Court.
Aoah ULaf, AU'y.
aNoTember '2S, HWA, noT86w6t
HeforaO. W. Moyer,
J. P. of Jackeoa Tp.
Montgomery Co., U.
Andrew M ell am a
ON tha 24th day of October. A. L. lNfiS, aaid Jua-
tioa iiiaiied an order of att4v:hmnt in tha above
action, for the a urn of Bevenlyiour doll are and Utty-
tnreecenta, 191 M). uaaa net lor n earing ueuem
bar IS, Ihh;.,
, at w o oiock i
. A. M.
Not e, UM.
NOTlUK ia hereby mvan thai a petition will be
preaentad to tha Hoard of Oonimiitaionera of
Montgomery County, Onio, at their uexi regulrr
auMHion, praying for tha location and atblmhment
of a county road leading from tha layton A lbanoo
Turnpike to th'i Uemruville A) Wnyuevilla road,
commencing at tha Nor In Rat ooiuar of aohoot lot
of aub Uialrict N. 0, in Waitiingi-on lownibip, aud
runni gtienua eaU throuin the laodi of lJuoa ft
Roaelle,Thomi Haiti d, the heir of J. 8. Rooer a,
J. H, W1U.0, U. W. k.lr, J. T, A H. H. -liuiMaon,
Joaoph Thomai,and John 1. Hoar, being a dmtanca
ol about two mi lea. MANY FrCTltlUNyti.
Court of Common Plena
' of Montgomery Co., O.
MART Jana Methard of Logananort, in tbe Coun
ty of Caae anu state of Indiana, la notified
that Daniel Methard did, on tha ICid day of October
iHtiA, tile hia petition in tha Office of the Clerk of the
Court of Common PieM of Montgomery County Ohio,
charging tha aaid Mary Jana Methard with adultery
with one John Houaer, and a king that ha may be
divorced from the aaid Mary Jaue Methard, which
Ktition will atand.ior hearing at tha April terra
ifl.of aatd Court.
Dated thiBAtndayof November 18H5. tltw
A. Ctv, Att'y. UANIKL MICTQKUO.
U-Uiuah A hca Creamer,
Court ol Common Plena
of Montgo'nwrj Co., O.
William Jamaa Creamer,
WILLIAM Jamea Creamer. whoM reaidenoa ia
unknown ianotuled that Hannah Alice Creamer
did on the lutn d y of Wept ember lstVi, rll ber peti
tion tn the oroca ol the clerk of tha Caurt of Common
rieaa wittun and lor thecoumy of Montgomery and
Htateof Ohm, charging tha aaid William Jamaa Cream
er with adultery with a woman uaknown to tha aatd
petitioner and ataochtrging turn with grona neglect
of duty toward her tha pautionar aking thai aba may
na divorced trom tha aaid William Jamea Creamfr,
which petition wilt eteud for hearing at tha next Urm
ofaaidOourt. HANNAH A Li CM CRM AM fc.it.
By Adah Clav. her Attorney. octAwA
fJtOLgN. If0 DOLLAR RfcWA RU.-b'iTiLiN
from the aubacrihar'a prrmiaaa, near Yellow
opringt, November tf, a Black Mare, two yeara old
laAt npriiig, about fliteen hanua and una inch high,
with alar in her ir-hnd, ha vy inane anul lorut,
and bare looted. A rewaid of &riU in ottered for her
recovery. AUAM HAM Ma.
Xknia, Nov. HlHtVi. novttwll
MEETING OF HTOOKUOLJiTtiltS.
N0T1CK. WOTICB IS HERKBY UlVf N THAT A
meeting 01 iha Mtouk-hoidera of tha ICmpira
Company" will be held aitheomce of the Company,
ou tha 9tb dJ of aOeowiubeis ltttiA, at ten o'clock
A M D. K. ROY KB, PraaidenL
T. O. Law, BeorrUry. nov7dawt
Tothe I'rebaUCourtof Montgomery On. Ohio.
annla iwyr, Adm'rofWra. Kolay, deo'd,
U.rv Kolav. widow. Dmnial FoIhJ of tha Btate of
I Iowa, Jtlln Foley intermtirried with Bullivau of
UheHUteo MaNaaoiiuaeita, Mary roley iatMinaj
I Had with John Harrett of Cambtidge oity, stale of
lod-aua, John Foley of Iha btata of ludianaand Cor
ueUuaFoley of tha oouuty of Montgomery, Ohio,
aud the uoanowo belre of aaid William Koley, dee'd,
1 ara hereby iulormed that 00 the lath day of r4im
; br, laao, aaid atiinmiittrator Sled hie etlun 10 lite
1 Protjale Court of Montgomery oouuty. Ol io, the 00-
! jeot and prayer ot whicti peution ta 10 oitunn aa oroer
o. an the Uth day of January, lMiA for tha aaaign.
I rnentol dower of Catharine Foley, th widow o. mid
William Foley, do d, and for the aala ol iha follow
ing real eite, aituate 1 10 toe oounty uf Hhetby, iu Iha
diat)l oh.o, ofwhuih tha aaid deueaaed ditd aaiaiHl
'to w.t- L , t M
Tha aouth half offha weat hall of IIm aoutU eaat
quarter ol a4srtMu No . townMbip A, a. rrngaAeaat,
i oouiaiuiug lorty auraa mora or Uaa, Lu pay Um dvuU
I of aaid dacaaaau.
aUKNNIS nWTRR, Adm'r,
I d-i Atw olWtn. Tolay, daoU
IUU1UKB W1NM OF Hl'l'KKlOK 1jU ALITT
I Ji will ba eonatanlly kept 00 hand for Medioal
aud 8a ramantai purpoaea, by H. Jeroma, oppoalte.
uny novei. auto wioe l-iaaw mrNMri.,
. aapLtdthn W. J. tfHILDOB.
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