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THE DAILY "EMPIRE.
II. ItOIII N.HON, KlllTUR, (1. KWII. Assistant EniToR. 1 Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday, - December 12, 1865. I i ' Representation. Conicrc has axalu hkm.-iiiIiIimI. and no mx.iirr I an (.r)!iil7.atlon r-flrctrrt than the mlli-itla ami faiiatlcalifirln anew their work I .r ft.HliiT illiwiMinlliil tlio l.lnlli l.rovl- kIoiik of the Conwtltiitlon c-illii-r t acooin IMi wnnc new wlirnn or to iivrrt aniuo ilmul"! inii'iirco of their own prcvl oiih work. The black of tli South minle- . nil I. IV.... rrr "j n' "froe perHon im-iilloiiwl In fwtlnii & ol tho ttnt article of the i'ontittitlon. and are Inclnclol In the ratio of reonentatlou provided for hy thla wetlon. The AImiIIHoiiIsU now Keen that liy thin mhi. Ilin Southern Stat!K 1mwoiii cntitlel to an additional representation of twelve nii'liilx'r In the lloue of ltepreseiitallves over thatot any former Congi-v. Tliroujrli fear that thou Slatca may yet hold the liulnmr of aiw'cr, they now seek to rlianjrt tills rule liy a law making tho repii'itciita tion U ileH!iul on the iiiiinlicr of voter, and not iimih the niindior of "free penMiiiH" ftniinl In each and every State within the I'liiou. The language of the Constitution iit KeprcKentatives and direct taxes, nlmll he apMi1ioned (ilnon tho wvvnil States included w Itliin the I'liiou, ni.-ronllli)! to their reK'ctivo numbers which shall lie ili-l.-niiini-.l. liy adiliii); to the whole number of frtf jifyim ini'liiiliti! those bound to service I'urn term of years, ami excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other persona. Acvordlnjr to this rule, prescrilicd by the ' supreme law of the land," no law enacted by this ('oiitfros can legally prevent the Sout hern States from having tills additional representation, which may fairly lie said to have been forced ni""' tli.-iu lUronpli the alHilitionof slavery in those Statoo. Kitlier this orlliey must beheld, as not bcinjr "in cluded within this riilon,'and thus they accomplish all they struggled for through a concession of llieir ciiciuici in the lute civil ooutliet. ' ' The lanj;iinj;e of tho Constitution Is too plain to bo niisappivhcndcd, and ives tho only rule by which tlio nuiuhor of Kepre Hentativiw In Congress can be tlotoriulncd. It is truly (jnitifyinj; to every true lover of constitutional Utterly to learn from lllc rresident himself, that he "lakea the coil Ht i Hit ion Itself and the interpretation of that Instrument hy its authors, and co tcuiiorai 'ieit asllw lH'stvxNmitiouofiU true intent and moaning; km it indlcato t sievdy return to tlio old land marks which ohar- acterl(.dUtohtiU'ykiiid!iycof out llcrmblliv , In view of recent events wo may anlicl pale the rising morn, and fi-el that the trip' doctrines of our government which have recently been crushed to earth, hy tho rule of wicked fanaticism will rise again, to bless humanity throughout our land; and that, though reason, may for a time be blinded w illi bigotry, yet, like tho sun, alter tho storm is oast, will .shinc with renewed splendor and glory. i I ! I The Cholera Excitement Over. A few weeks ago, tho greatest prevailed throughout the country on ac count of thu approach of tho cholera to ward our xhorea. The arrival of an ii- foeted vessel at Now 1 ork aroused the entire country, and all kinds of sanitary precautions wore proinisod by those who thoroughly understood tho mihjcct, ax well us by those who know nothing In the world of what they wore writing about. Hut scarcely had tho cholera ship loft the quar antine before the excitement snbsldi-d, tlic interest died out, and now there groat fear that the precautionary measures sug gested by the presence of the dost roy or will lie altogether forgotton In tlio busy whirl of evory-day life. Terhaps our people will see the nevensity of united and determined action, when tho fatal touch of the pestl- once is tilling our grave yards and ceme teries. . More Complaints of the Freedmen's Bureau. Tho National lteUiifncrr of Nov. Iltli pulillshon the following extracts from spceeli made by an agontof the Kreoduiai Kuroau at ltranham, Toxaa, alauit the mid dle of October: Ho told the negroes that "they had here tofore been contented lieoauso' they were kept iu ignorance of their rights hut that was at an end now." "They had rights; he liait rignta. anil no wouui me ior tus. "Whl to men wear anna to dofmid thol rights, yon should wear anus to doteinl yours.'' "You are as good as the white man, if anything a little better. (Immense Bpplause.) "Out your duo mini you former owners. If you van; if not, take them oy ion. Many planter in Texas, especially on tho Pru.os and Colorado, are preparing to movo their familiog to the large towns and cltie bofora Chrlstmaa, fearing for thoir safety among the negroes, excited and disorgan ized hy manumission and the Injudiciou Influences of thu Froodiuon'a ISurcau. It reipiirog tlieiuwent of throe-fourths of tlieMaU-s to ratlly an aiiieiiumont to the JTodural t oiistltutlon. nio radicals are urg ing the Southern Status to act lu their ca pacity us anon, in order to carry me uou- atitulionnl AtTieuninenC YVUllo tuns re cognizing their Mtatehood, they rofiiRo to allow their member to take seats In Con gross. They are Status enough to assent in changing the luuilamcutal law ol mo lauii, but can not bo iiermitlod to act as States iu Congress I They are Stales fur A tsilition purM)s- but for no other. If, according to tho Seward tlioory, tlio Southern Stales are out of the I ' n ion, why do the radicals in slst on llieir ot'liiig on Suites t amend the Constitiiliou ol the United btatonh-"OAiu Standing Committees. Tli follnwliitf hit- llio Stnmliiifr Coininlt-,UH-i(if V. S. Home- of ItcproKcnlatlveis iw iiiiiiUim''I hy tlir HM Kkr od III llth. Of tlie Clnilriimti, Mto-m liiiH. tt hiw 3, Illinois S,Nw Ytirk 1. Print) Kuril 1, Ohio 1, iVorinont I. Iowa, 1 Mwxiichiiw'ttii having la many on the llirw Urgent Stdtrs In the lllilnn. CotniiH'rr" Mr. W.inlilnirniMif Itlf iioIh ; KllluWof Miimnrlmwlta; I ! xoll of kluxli' IuikI ; Nell of IVniiaylvuiila; IxnitfVcr , i. hliran : Jus. li'iiiniilin y of Nc nrk : J. S. Tliniiim. .lr- of Miiry liuid : KHrlchn i.f Olihi ; J. M. Uumplirvy of M- 1 oik. Military Afl'alin McikK. Scliciirk. ir .Ohio; Ih'ininiiifr. of Coiinixllrut ; Marstoii, of New H;iiiiTilrr ; Korean, of hi'iitm kjr ; lllnjlham. of Ohio; Anrona, of IViiiihvIvh i ..i.. It-... - v..... '..t-L in..;. I.. ..r '"" " Maine : Hilirravrs ol Kentucky. Naval A Hairs Messrs. A. 11. Iilco of Mnssaeliusotbi; (jrisworld of New York; Tike of .Maine j Kelly of lVnusylvania; Itrandegee of Connect lent ; T'.ldrigo of Wis consln; I'helps of Maryland; Oarllng of Kentucky; 1.0 llloud ofbhio. Foreign A flairs Messrs. Hanks of Mas sachusetts; Ihiymond of New York; Ortll of liuliiiiia: V. II. Kandall of Kentucky ; Pan sou of Pennsylvania; Patterson of New Hampshire; Newell of New York; Cullom I Illinois; vvintieiuoi ,ew iiitn. On F.h'ctlons Messrs. nawist ol M;Msa- husetts; S-olleld of rennsylvania; I pson f Michigan; Jlarsnail ol Illinois; l huh' of Wisconsin; Slicllalmrger of Ohio; McClurg of Missouri; Kadllcld of New York. Ways and Menus Messrs. Morrill ol Ver mont; IIooikt of Massncliusetta; Itnaiks f New ork; Oarlicld ot Ohio; N ent- wortli of Illinois; Conkliu of Now York; MiHireliciid ot rennsylvania; Allison ol lona; llogeu of Missouri. Iiislriet ot t olnmliia Messrs. Ingersoll f Illinois; Oiiuiont of Indiana; liavisofl Now lork; Ifahiwiu Ol Bia.-vaciiuseiis; MeCullough of Marvland; Cult of W ia- insin ; W alker of Ohio; Mercer of Penn sylvania, and Shanklin of Kentucky. .Iiullciarv .Messrs. mison oi iowa: Hoot w ell of Mas-achusetls: Krani'is Thomas of Marvland; Williams of Peuiisjivania; (SMlliriilgo ol Vermont; jiiorris ol Arw York : Roif era of Now Jersey; Lawrence of Ohio, and Cook of Illinois. Appropriations Messrs. Stephens of Pennsylvania; Ravniond of New York; mow-ol Missouri ; ixasson oi iowa;voor- hees of Indiana; Farnswortli of Illinois; siiahling of Ohio; lligby of California; rtglit of New Jersey. Kaiikiuir and t urrency Messrs. t'oiiiiiroy of New York; lloosir of MasanehiiaotUi; ulvorof I'oniisvivania: Kucklaniiot onto: Harding of Kentuckv ; I.vnch of Maine; Defrees of Indiana; ftandallof Pennsylva nia, and Hubbard of West Virginia. Stanton. The Philadelphia Ijc administer a woll- luoritcd castigatlon to tlio potty tyrant who has so long disgraced the Hisltiou he holils aa the head of the War Department. The falsehood, duplicity and indecency which haractcries his lalo rcKrt are well show n up In tlio following article: The executive documents are full of con trasts Stanton's vulgarity, as revealed in his report, between the calm dignity of the iMMaoiiinnt',, Messa-re anil tho ouneriy miHlcrallon ol (.encnil (.nun s letter to Hie War Ih'parliocnt. This modern Ciirnot, as Ills admirers call him, and wo doubt not he would have boon a reglcido if ho had had a uiiice, seems uuahlo to control tho evil passions of his nature; and now, when success has crowned the Federal cause, and his enemies lie prostrate before him, he is is course anil truculent lis lie was on I lie trial ot Sickles, or when ho was supcr- ulendiiig Hie tying of Mrs, Surrntt'R leg. hile tho President and Ocnoral Oraut, Willi Hie Instincts of gentlemen, abstain I mm nick names ami ugly Wonts while, incle.sl. the tienoral sis-aks resnectnillv of tin hentie valor of his enemies. Stanb rails and scolds at them like a verv dnih. lie roiioats the words "rebels and traitors' some lilly times ill his report, lie objur gates the captive. Ho shakes his flst at tlio exile. His manifesto is ten times us w arlike and vehement in tone as all IheVe- Hirts of llie lighting men. unless it lie his tViond llutlcr's, put together. It Is not un like a statuta which wo havo lalclv seen. from Iho isn of a iioet whoso iHint up valor since the war I over, thus tnirsls forth : Am! now the ,iiskiiuc sir Kosni with rapsAteri thunilsr, Aa.1 (hs Hsry sohs at ttiseuiaoa tr Thair bisiM.il lips uuacWr. And "brazen lips"' tlioy are which repeat, as docs Mr. Stanton, the exploited calumny that tlio Hiuriler of Mr. Lincoln was tlio work of authorized Confederate agents, or that Mr. Havis was "in disguise" w hen lie was raptured. Mr. Stanton knows that neither of these Is true. As Indecent is his refercnoe to the result of the Presidential election of iHiit as an element of military success ascertained from "intercepted let ters and disoatches" a relinSice finite worth of Holt or detective linker, hut hardly tit lor a i auiiiet minister. Horrrn than Hk altiikiti.. One Prof. Agassi, party, in wrllting froui Oliy dos on tlio Amazon, in Hraiil, South Amert- ica, says: ' "You miiv read about the boat and niusi ciuUs-s hero, hut you . can not appreciate them. I can only say that tho genuine orthodox 'hot place' will bo an agreeable change to the iwnple who live on the An, on. i o property appreciate tno neat niiii the Aina.on, one should consider In thu eomieetion, the heat of hell, us Illustrated by the great revivalist, Hiirehanl, oi North ern New York. He pointed into the Jaws of a furnace whore molten Iron was flowing, and aid : Hell is so much hotter than the white heat of that furnace, that if a being who lived lu boll, should lump thence Into that furnace, he would freeze, to death live minutes If that is so, what I the degree of heat on the Amazon r C'Jetxhiiid llrrMd. A Rumor. On tho 7th inst., according to the oorro sMitidont of the Chicago ,vuoicua In Wash ington, It wan rumored i u well-informed circles that the President will withdraw the Pro visional (iovernors of tho several rebel States as soon as theConstitiitional Amend ment Is odoiaed, froednieu am given the right to testify, and tho rebel debt and Bets of secession are declared null and void that the military force w ill bo w ithdrawn, and the Frocdiucu'k Unreal! (bio. us soou a spirit Is shown to give Uio froodmon a fair trial ; that he will thou consider the work of mcouttructiou complete, and can not but rm-ogiii.e them as Slates usm a footing with the Northern States; and that the war will be declared at an end. i Large numbers now excluded In the amnesty piiM-laniatiuu will be pardoned liy another proclamation. NEWS OF THE DAY. A foolisk malignant from Nevada liitomU iiilnslnelog a bill into thu 'nlted States Senate. disfraiK'hlsIng those who volunta rily took tip arms ftr the Confederacy.' The negmea in tho Hstrlct of Columbia, incited by white demagogue, arc jietitloii- lug Conglvss for negro sulVriigo. Tho Oovernmriit sold at Alexandria S,rOaotlO ftn-t of lumber, 4, WO Ion of rail road Iron, and car-wIkh'Is. All vossi-U and trains IhiiiiiiI from Canada to thol'idted States, are now inspected and scaled bv tho American Consuls in Canada., It Is thoiiirht that thin will urcvcnt smnir-! gllng In future The Indie In the Treasury Department are about to petition Congress for an Ill crease of their salaries. According bi the New York Hori'iri e cial, the tlovernmcnt has reocived an im IKirlant dispatch from our Minister to Kug- laud, which Indiiwtes that Ore at Hrltnln will back out of her HMiitlnn on the Ala bama. This In our Judgment, Is all bosh. The Iwggago-ear of Hie express train on tho Philadelphia and F.ria Iluilrooil was burned yestoniay iiKiruliig near Sunhury. Nothing was saved. Tho pros'ct of the admission of tho Teiinusace delegation to' their scats Is said to la1 growing brighter. - The committees of the Senate and House have lieon announced. Morrill, of Ver mont, I Chairman of the C-oininitreo oft Yvs and Means, andticnerid ltauks Chair man of the Conuuiltcc of Foreign l!ela- tions. tins is the (swt that was conceded to IUymoiid, of New York. d-tiir The Reign of Thieves. Tlio reign of tho thieves is not over yet. aud occasionally even a Itcptthlican news- paM-r hifK- sutllcient honesty to denounce tho wholesale system of plunder w hich has disgraced and impoverished the nation over since the war began. Tho Philadelphia Daily Aic has the ndlowing confession of tlio sin of It imrty In the past, accompa nied by the acknowledgment that they arc not loss corrupt now. It says: the "loliliv la mustering In groat strength iu Washington, and some grand assaults upon the public treasury aro con cocting. Tlie end of thu war has not put an end to many of the worst enemies of tho reuoral liovcrumcnt. ine immense ap iiroiiriatlons of tho oast rive years have created an appetite for plunder which can not be easily restrained, and while paper ... ... i t......i , i i lliouey coiiLiiiiicj, w lie priioeii mm irtsiieo from tho Treasury Department It is not probable that tlio sneaking agents of the "suouiiy cormorants w uoiuicsi mo capiuii w ill feci Inclined to abandon their scheme. The loose morality which iiervades every part of Uie eon n try give' eucouragomoiit to every rogue wnoiuiiiks ne can connive a plan to draw money from the govern ment, lor lie knows mat success in sucn a uiiiiu i, -nliUa It will enrich Idin. will shield him from tlio scorn of honest men, whose opinions of propriety have too littlo weight to no linn any injury, j no armies ot the republic may defend It from the attocU of warlike enemies w ho assail it with military weaMns and engines; but when; shall we linil a isiwer to protect t lie nation's' treas ury In it a uio ucpiis-hilioiis ot the knnvw w lio gather about it as vultures do around a carcass P A Crazy Negro Suffragette. , In a lute spcoch lu Ittirenu county, Illi nois Senator Poiuoroy, of Kansas, said: I would rather belli tear down the Caid- tol than to allow the Southern Stales to conm back into hii Union w ithout lotting the ne gro vote," Luckily for Kansas, responds an editor In that young State, she has uo Capitol to be torn dow n by her Senators because nAedont let the nigger vote. ; A Crazy Negro Suffragette. New Advertisements. V of , In ; as Tlir.XSUllKH'S NOT1CK. Tuunn'l Orric, Dittos, O., ' . 1 I ' ' Dtaeiniwr 1 1 , IsM ) TAX-PAVRHfi AHH IIKRIRY HOTiriKB THAT hil nroMNlljr rqiiirft, th oflio will b onnri fur tk TMnpUnn of taKM st 7H A. M., elosisl t4 r. M , iw-ownKl U t r. M., ami diiMd M II P. M., Of es, n imf. Hmt in mind thst th Urn for lh ft rut IqhiaII msnt im Urn SMh of osrs.mlr. whioh is oloss st hsnd. If poitilA, m with Ui IrsotiiMisI pari ot m dollar, w w srsotatimM sfaori ot ohsnsi- IIANIKI, HTAI.at, Trauurer Muolgomsry Co., 0. : dMltdswat fc. 11! Fj berabf iriren that the autcribar haa been in. pointed and qualified aa adnvnuitrator of the taiaof Owen MctJoranck, tale of Montgomery touaty, Olwo, deueaHed. Dated thia 11 Lh day of DeceinoMr. !(&.. dnulSdawt KL1ZABKT1I MutXJRHICK. 1 ?U . 1 1 Attachment. , v r; r, . Prenn Lieaenheff " Pefora ohn D. Bhaehan, v$. f J.P.i Mtami towoHhip, Cliftrlew (taker. J MoniKomary oo.(Q, ON THK IvT 1AT OF NOVKMRMft, Al tnttWof attehment in this caae. waa Imued b Juha u. Hheetuvn, a Jnnlwe of tha Pea!, ol Mia ait townahlp, MnntgonierT oonntr. Ohio, A moan woru to, -i at', i t I860. at o'clock f. M ( axe tet for V eariDKi January I, KRBMZ LIK1KNH0FF, PI at miff A. Cut. Att'y. docUwiw Southeast Market-house. N' OTICK. ALL THOBV WHO SUHSCRIBRD TO thaHouiheaatara Market-houaeara herebv noti- Aed thai lhatr full amount of aubaoriDiioua ara now duo. Tliay will pieaaa call at Phtlhp Walta'a, Traaa, vy onier of Uj hoard of Ihrectora, dacildi'taw4t A. L. AUI.L, H c'y. WHO UAH LOST A DKAF AND DUMB GIRL? A DEAF AND DMMR OtKL, APPARKMTT.T alwHilift year uf aice, with auhnrn hair I'.ut hutfc, grey eyea, rather aooye the medium aiae, aad haa a wr of a burn r acaid on th undemide of tha riifht ftoraarmt enie to ihia plaoa about the middle of November, with no hHttxeK or moner, ahe ia of neat and Wdy a(kpearaue; aud hat evidently hen .aiaed iu tfood auaty. UnfortuuaUily Uw can net rMd, write, or conrerae liy meiinM o' aigiiH, ao lliat her raaid nce.ordMUnaw'ta oan not he found. Papers throuxhout the Kuiawdl plwute iive thia a (rratuitoua tnnt-rtion, and If Una tdiould inee the no Hoa of aav on knowinii auy tiling of the alxde m:rib'd hvty. Uiay will conff r a favor by ooniTiuotcttnj with the Tru tn of Miami townnkiih MiMiiuatauf, Montuomnry County, Ohio, ' eclid:ita:tt . Turnpike Notico. rpUK (ITaOKHOLpBKH IN THB MIAMJHRURO I anil Cflntwrvdie 1uiiiik Oyiupmy ar hrreh netiflod to meet at iheoitice of J. D. Hhe- han, J. P be Dump my an hrffhy in MiamiMburK, Ohio, on Monday. January , at 1 o'duck P. M., hr th purport ol leoliug (7) dirnutora to aerve tne euauinK year. datOUawU UkoKUK A. liROVK, Prea. A Crazy Negro Suffragette. New Advertisements. New Advertisements. rfiESIlCmiiMWmm J. LANCDON & BRO.V Msnnlmcturara f FINK CAKK1 AOKS, KOt KAWAYS, . ltnitiiKs rn.'KToNs, si'RiNo WAOiONS, c , ; : ? ! . YOKK WAtiOJib, SI.KltaiS, AC, AC, LATEST STYLE & FINEST WORKMANSHIP w- itiinp" 'M " 4,n DAM von, OIIIUI Htimiritifj le Vrnmpthf,? Snaln. AlHO, DKALKIWlNIIAKDWAliB, - Ami anls Sir ItlrboM, Hslimas A Oo'm. Fire and Hurnlsr Froir san,n, Dt Soh mlsv's hwfrimtnn Anil IsiKr l.r (llrs in ntia nthcrti 3. V. NAUERTH Sc SOW,' , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAt.KRS IN FORKION, CANNKD and I - : 1-i " ' - lMtlfcD FnUITS. ' ; ' aijo, 1 I Oysters, : CandioB) -' Nuts, . , W lnos, Olgars, riro-VV ox'Isls, A( Ac, Ae, .1. V. NAITKTII A SOX, H)'r4 4 l(in Mnln Htrrft NEW ESTABLISHMENT. 1 t AMIIUNAKtK O 3? H K. -A. HOTJSE HAT STORE Kverj BccrIptlon of BU nod Cupti LmllOH ami C1.HdroiiM Fuih. HoIm'K, Ac, Ac, 1 THB iraPEIUIUiNED BGS TO INFORM tmk nubho that he bM opd(I and will kwp cot MMUy od nna very iDtf miu in oew rdu iirtie m tno kuovft him. wry nnt in m innritn. ini 1- atlnu.'tiv(t. lien in hie or new will be 4)hI from timp k time, mukinti it one of the ninnt complete wiAMtfthmentii ot the Itindin theHMe. - , Lniliea' unit OhiMren'a V' r oi tho chorfnt ami rv hNtt qiiHJitte aotti in the wwt. at kxvtr tuin ct- I THiecUnly oltcitKn Jtnmiiu.tnn or nlek, K. A. HHKKM 4.N, idea-dly r No M MnJa Mtreot, OnyU.ti, Ohto. Notice to Bridge Contractors. sixTit sTitEirrnuinoiV t ITV OF OAYTON, Avpivor'h tvKic, MnirroomtaT Ca., 0.t I , ilea . i i Cir.Al.Kl PROVtlHAM Wll.lt BR KKCRIVKD r iTj the Auditor otltce ii i) til MunHKv, .lanimrv IWiA, - o'clock, A. M , hy a Joint Ooinnnttee. conj no Med of Marrua itofdr. John Butt, and .luhn Woin eldfrf, Ltndse Oommitloe of the city of liaytnn, and Jme4 ApideKate, a (ininiiHce appointed hy the Board of liouniy (JomtniflBieuera. j To build an iron bridge auronH tha canal on Hinth atret, in the oity of laytnn, aa lollowat 17 feelb incheii in theclear, with a eid walk oa one aide, tint fret in width, auppoaed to I anty feet in width more or let. Hida to be made by the atngle feat. Bach hidder ia alao required to preaent and bid upon hi own plnn and npflcincaliniui . The Oomm tt-e ro aerve the nvht to reject any or all IhiIh if they think proper. J. W. hi KTKIOH. Auditor, i MAKIH'H KOHI.KK, dottdaww C'hairm&n Bndjge Com. , Li!RKrrtP THB TKI'TONIA 1NRIC. I raoo t'oinnanv haveiW'luid a 1'ividt nd ol ONK IKH,I,,K pjrHHAKK, payable on ani alter Mauduy, it)riiiuer il iwu, dtod-St i MiHH 11 8TOPPKI,MAN,Hc'y. GOLD AND SILVER GOODS TIMCOLl) KKIJAHKKIIOUSIO. P. A. LAFEE, No. SiO Third Street, Dayton, Ohto, HAH Jl'HT RKTllRNKli FROM MEW YORK with a auerb aNwortmcnt of cxira ooda n luf liiitnaalBUng of tha lar 4 anont 4t-gaot COLD AND SILVER WATCHES, and ftne jewolry, too nitmeroua to menuon in detail. Hia arranKemnt with Impnrtera aud manunvturvre la auch that NO ONK can underHell him in the aama line and quality of xoodi, WholeNale or Retail. Tho4 who are actpi&ioicd wnh hm cinumitapceH and tnuii mHt at home, ara aware thai no jeweler. Knat of Wet, can afford to aell at the mme low protlta. Hia guaranieea to hia gxwint for the pant fifteen year that he han hn in buameaa here, have lieen atru pulnualy met. Theae are facte known to thouaanda( Th enfacrila)r alaoc hw, amaajc other au peri or food m th I ne, an oxoeltent aiwortment of Opera (ilaaaeH, aomaor themaahttfh aa twetvejlaHa fbcua. SlIrrilKKD'S l'llKMIUiH GOM) Alao, the laieat atyla ol French Mantle Clock, Ac., Ao-.Ao. tlall in and xamine. Ooda warranted as aold denldawiiu I'. A. LA F K B. AUMINIH IKATOK n NtTI0F.-RM AMVRI, M I L I,KK hu been appointed Admimitrator of 1kii iel Miliar, deceaMed, lale ot Van lluren Tewnahip, Montaonaery County, Ohio. awvUwt flH EUMAT I S2U . Brnina Vallbt, ft acta C., fio, 1 -. - - , - i ... ikaeber I, lttuo. j r n MiaHT.FH t. -- ttMuarfad af : For the benefit of the atrltcted. ah to Duhliclv mnk kno' n that. I have bn wondsrfully arhtuund with RheumatiiHi, ho miH'h no, that i waa compelled to Uty down, aud there ly fur woeka at a time, nd when 1 did ; up; had to o Tor weeka al Bxtretoh on my cruichea, auftering all th time the moat airntciauiig patna that living mortal aver BiincrvHi. mm in tne irua ana uroery who nana at tM pi a, aud about (oil weeka jp myolerk wa al Uavtda, Ohio, and your agent v . w Hint art. or mat pia i. at ;av him few of vour paper and I read them, and, hy your liberal oner to refund th money if a our waa not erfecied, i tU nwolved to SI ve it one lair trial, auri inimfKliately ordeied two oan, thinking I could uh aome and aell aome, tait 1 only got one daon and It went right rtl. 1 then procured thro doaeu more, and It ia aellmg vary faal, I wmh her to Ut pi i Illicit, (Lai I am nw kt liUr health than iwf lenforthe laat ten year. I aiirTir a iM'B-dutv a betur awpeiii than lor many yrn b fttre. 1 am mw 7 yeara ol age, and 1 fool ahnoet a wU aa I did at the an of i, lluo dreda caa teetlfy to my vaim. 1 hav been In th Iirug iHiHincmi tn thia jilaoo 'ur ten yoara, aud mu known far and wide. I want tni caae btihliNhitd. in ord-r that Ut world ajiay know tke hai rg virtue of your i nniriure, i 'wian TO nnve trie ol Aguo id thia county, wttolaaaJeand reUil, provided you giant ageooia or that kind. You will oblige ins very muoh i.y tmoding ana a olroulai of lenn and prioca i and II all ia antiVfUctorv, I will take aa umuui out that I want to inak a fortua at th bfiaineaa, MitdntHH t U Liiaui aiis, a in iK' ft at uyainaiy tMtwrr, of relieving my fellow-man of the aultonna thataiauj luiva toundur. . . , ultra truly, vnvwadawlt JAM BH JONKH. Kor aal by W. W. Biewart, No 9tt Maiu Hi roe l. A Crazy Negro Suffragette. New Advertisements. New Advertisements. New Advertisements. NO MEDICINE GIVEN,!; D It . D O D G E Ijexin;toii A.veiiiic, HEW YOEK, J'KACTICAL 1MIYHICIAN CHRONIC DISEASES, LATKOV NKWYORK HW, A 1.11 ANY, MONTUKAI' OlTKHKt; lr;i'HIT, I HK AtiO. ST. LUUIS AM) ('IN- ; -(JINN ATI, HAS TAKKN" C LEGO'S HALL TllIKO ST., DAYTON, O., WVm'iy Ii will VnbUclft luxtl the .Sirfr frve of Chit roe, from U A , f M. tiU il A. M. , J i' ' ! 1 Witliout Money Without Price. Monday, Uotrei.itKT 4tli, Friday, Icciiibcr 'JSIHIii Taken P a r J o r 8 PHILLIPS nOUSE. WHEHK THOSE .WHO ARE AliI.E PAY MAY COMK, 2 UNTIL 6 P. M., KACH DAY. 1 1 Ko Medicine. Given I No Surgical Operations Performed Chronic JMmmb Curad I . Acute Fain Instanly Believed in.un mm TIE BLII9 SESl Over Fifty Thousand O perationi en II i-Atiae, Miscellaneous. DH? STEVENS & CO. JRIVATW DIBAKH H'BKT TH TRK rti)Rl tHT rottMtnie vme, t trie ctDctnnaii lxxik Honpiui, Wfrt Third trtel. hlwrn Waluul muI Viiut. un Uirw, wlthoul the ue of Mrt'ury( lnn ol time, er t:linj( ot dlft. lr. 8TKVICNH, l? afvetal atndy nnd exifri"We tn hoamUlfi of Baltimore, Lomtwo ninl ran, la iMfd to ffirarrant a onre in lh moid oomili ot4l onaea. Keoetkl tmmtm of tonorrhw or HTphiha mired in a few daya, without ohanne of diet, or hind nmcAfiom iMiPineriH "wonder? HpJulta the hutt rrtin radKfiud withotitthe tme rd Mercury. Viciiiua tl all-abiie tun! Mwiir ventrv.f(itTr. fiiRfroin HM4rinatrrhe, and 1 o' phrKal and mntt W)wtr in(HeMMia or Ufniiiinn, Fnip t(cmi,;NrrroN huh, H ypctrhnndna, ta., nretrealod ver i-omp ami, liynpeivia, ami f -nnftiimnttou. tarnnrn' t ino, who miHtMke the ft1dii Ntrlhe dmiat-a of th vil,and tlmi ntulttnty roh, MArnednieu. and thoM rtintemplsliMa nutrrtftire. oli'mld re-i4r viffor to th. if hodiea and mindu, ero ihy email miaerj And d termite H)Min thou of their pofttentr iMfeaMeH (wt'iinar m Tmni ireaufi. euro L,itar rantfd in nit cvt a Pernont at diataiM iiromntlv oured, ht adtretminii, witn ailment tA oaae. lr. HTfcVKNS CM., -J WMtlhird atrr-et, Cmoinnat, Ohio. "(ft. hrmn from SAM., to ft P. M-; Hundara to II A. M. , dei )yd Vf AHTKR OOMMIKHIONRH'9 SAl.K. Neorty if 1 lourteen noree of land ftdjmntnft; Itm R. R. Mi. ..i at, MianiiidNirjf-VlVK M OW If VIMS fAKO. Khmbetli HipirtnH Pltfa.) V, No. I1M. f MolKoiiir)r tiuirtop L l. Auloni'teaM Urihi Couit. PiirMaHOttoHnorderorthe Hnperiormirt ol Mont gomery Oounty, Ohm, in.J in trie atve eniitled and to me directed, I wit) oHrr et iMMic aih' tion at the door of tho iiourt ITihiho hi the city of Itnyton in the County and KUt Hloreaaid. on HATliniAV, IKCKMHi;ila, IMttT., rVrwen tne houra of 1 ttml 4 oVlrK-k P. JM. ol naiddny theh Itowtnn rteonlir-d IttaJ $nUl aititateiit the ttittty or Mimtjrnnfpy and Htatft or Ohio, nod tvinndt'd And d-t'rihfd n to, I own: lltting A rtf the Noilh Kst iitnr of in tionlMtwMion No. to.Town ftiln No i. raniie 6 et on the n mhIo of iti i irat Wmmi River Kiid br'iiininK at thfi Honili WchI corner iohih iiAxxeinmii iwo acre lot, thnc North wnh tqdd HiittulntHO h lutifVcnroiii,ih(-oco WtiiLiU riu'tit nnKh'H aeven rds; tlmnne Hoitth nivii iod-, thiWM hi "iw ine place oi ugiuain, comniinnx rorty-nme AImi lot niimtxred flvn, x, NOTrnand riht, (.1, tl, A H,)lyinu i(ttnw'Uunl wclmn ftti 111, Tow a Knne eutt, which will more hilly ameiir reference to retHirded plat ol nbi.I U,l k IhpI ott hy Namc 'I rt-tin, irent of the Antotnde'a helm. No. 6 contain il n-fi, and 11 porch. No. tcotUina a-reM and iwwhfla. No. 7 con let n a ncro end 7 7 ofrchca. Ni H cnntiina ft acrea and 7 rchoe excopt two nifore ofproperty takn Irom amd lota crntainin2S, nnra each, old hy aaid Antonidea to Jacoh Kimnirr and to Jet tU t'chrof der on thettJdduy of lHnptnlir IHS, ald deedH beinK recorded in Hi ok W. No, y, ptenltifand 174. 'the fol lowing lathe dfwriptmn of live pieooHold to Jaiuih ttmimor ahorennmcl. t. uiuniiiK Buih ol aetme on the North tmun- dury ot aaid iion, lieinft north w at corner of .hwub Ht hroder'a lot, thentte nnrlli went Kiloi to a tun, thence anttth W"" eaat FT polen tr nUmm, ihem;e north tWeaat V pole, thence aoiith HTtf eawt H po or to ft utone, theote north HH enut N poleji In the IfeAxiuomitoontaimnKSSi acrea. The tot lowing ia Uiewwrip mn or irioittcoM hoih to ,iacon renrncner atoreHHid, ltegmuinK t a a tore on the north boundary ol Maid MKiliou bfiiiK the rorth-wet corner ot Jw;oO Hchr'fdrr'a lot, thuitce north went polea to a Hkne,i nence souin ' wem i puiea to a Ptone.t iieoc north lJ,et H poles to the beginning uon'aluitj 2l4 acrea. thut rropeny naa oeen appraiaeuai fx om ana can not aelt for lena than two-thinla ot aaid aiMriarinent. TerinaCaah. WILMKB H BKLV1ULR, Ma tar Com mi am oner Mont'gyuponorOourt. Adah Ui.r, Att'y. NoTomlr ia, lwift. nox-t.'.wf.t. N0T1CK is heretiy virvnthata netitton will be presented to tha HnurU of Oora-oiKaionM of Montj( .mery County, Ohio, at their r-a&i- relrr MCHNino, prayina for the ca)itn and ettnbhHhraent ol a county road leading from ttie layton Iuiuiom uimfiiKS to ini tsUQirnTiiifi at wayviMe ivmi, itoiumoncinir at tha Norlh Uat ooriier ot achool lot uf aub UiNlnot No. 0, in WaatiinKton township, and nmnt k theatre eaat through the landa of iafe A Uoeelle.Thoaia Haiti d, to heira of J. ft. Kouor a, J. 8. Wilnon, H.W. Heder, J.T.A H. B. rtimpMO, Joseph Thottuw, and John P. Heara, tMiau a distance ol .ImhiI imo miln. MANY PK'lIt LONKUS. i.-U7wll llimiel Mrth.nl, Court of Common Plean of Montgomery Co., O. Mary Jan Metherd. MART Jane Metherd of LogHiiiport, to theOoun ty of Caea. an t ihIh tif Indiana, ia nohfWl Mit Imnlel Metherd did, on the ii dny of Mcttdtcr IHiiA. Ale hia petition in tho Office of the Clerk of tha Vurt of tMmmon liaof Montoinory Onuoty Ohio, onarging ineaaia maryjane Moinru wun auuitery with one John Ilouacr, and aking that he may le divnrcail from the aaid Mary Jane Muiherd, which petition will atand, lor hearing at tha April term ino,m aaiu tjourt. v Onted thia 4th day of Novomhr lflflft. ntw A.Oi.T, AU'y. PANIttL MhiTMKRO. Hannah Alio Creamer, 1 Co,lrt o,mmon IMeaa Wdliam Jam.a Creamer, Jof MntKo-.ry Co., O. WILLIAM Jame Creamer, whoa realdeno ta unknown la notitlcii thAt Hannah Alc Creamer did ou the lttth d y o( Hcp:embar lUi, hie hr eii tion in the ottio ol the Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleaa aillun and lor thec.uuo'V of Montgomery and Slate of Ohio, charging theaa:a William Jame J ream er with adultery with a wumau unknoan to the aaid petitioner anilaleoch rgmg him wiUi gruM aegtect of duty Inward her Uie prUtioner ahkioihat ahe inny tw divorced from the aaid William Jame Creamer, which iitition will Hland tor hearing at the next term ufHaid Court. HANNAH AL1CB CUBAMKIl. Hy Ada" Olat, her Attorney. ociAA Stol itN .-Aorjo iXa ka k k w a r iVKf l it h from th urMcnli'a prtminea, near Vellow !?pringH, Novamher , a Hlack Mar, two yeare old lant apriug, about fl'teen bauna and ou inch hign, with alar in her lorvhead, he vy mane aud to re to i-, and tMreliwted. A raward of ta offered for her rvcovery. ADAM UAMMA. Xbkia, Not. 14,1Hflfl. ' nor3wt V'tTACBMKNT NOTICI ' ' UenryHtaver, l aitainat I tndrew Mehaffle f ad Abraham Halt.J Tie for 0. W. Moyar, i J. P. or Jackaon Tp, Moutjjomary Co.t u. t A aad ON th 114th dav of October, A. D. 1HAS, aaid Jua. Com Untied an order of attachm'. in the above ai'tion, for the anm of Heventy-fbur dollar and ally thwvoenti, (974 M) Cave aet for hearing Decem ber IS, lHdT. at 10 o'clock A. M. AoT t, IK.kft. HENkY BTAVER, novSwSt To th Probata Oourlof Montgomery Co. Ohio. . peuia Dwyex, AdaVrof Wm. Foley, dee d, v , i - v . - , . Mary Foley, widow, Daniel Foley of the Htal of Iowa, Bllen Foley intermarried with Hullivan of the Htato of Muuachuetta, Mary Foley inurmar led wiUi John Rntt of CaiubrtdM ct, Mtaia of Indiana, Johii iVley of th Slat of ludianaand Cor aellun roley of tin oounty of Montgomery, Ohio, and the unknown heira ofxaid William Koley, dw d, ar fiereby inlormed that on the ltith day of Heptem ler, Utt aaid aitminiHtrtkor AumI hu pctitioa in tha r'rohet Court of Mmtromcrv muinty, Ohio, the oh jauiaud prayer ol which petition ia io obtain an order Ao. on th 1.1th day tf January, M for the aatgn mcntot dower of Uatfeenn Koley, tha widow of ajd William Foley, dco'd, and tor the aal of ih follow. wm real aalat. Hituatod la th oouny ol tthntby, in th ptataot Ohio, ofwhivh th aatd daooaiwd died aeiaod rlle 'aouth half offha waat hall of th aoiith aaat quaiter of aeutio No . iowaaruM , . rrnge ftaaat, containing forty atra uor r laa, io aay tit debt of eai a deceased. IRNNIf DWTKR, Adro'r, d 4t ; t .if,w,a r,j It" and , UCHARH WINS OK MUHERIOR qtTAIJTY will h oonatantly kept on tiant for Medical riaoraenental PtiriHia, hy H. .loroiae, uppoait City Hotal. AlaoWiu Plania for ale hy aapUddaa W. 4. 0UBiVUIt '. - t J.ii J IU4ALMOViflK. . Jacob 0. MUver, PlaiaUg, lHae Horner and Cathartna Homer, of 1 agnwigeO Intiiaaa, aadHarah l. HUvarand Lcwia A biiv.r, o Monijfumery Co.. Ohio, DafaodaaU Superior Oourt of Montgomery Co., Ukt. A The atov named defendnl will take nouc ttiat Jacob 0 Rtive- on the Willi day ofUptwnUr, A. r.. lhiift, Blod hia petition the flnpenr tVurt of Montgomery Couulyt Ohio, asking tliat partition lie made of tlio following dew rttwiTpreinlnfta, aud dower aaaiirned lhareii U aaid Ma rah I b(ivtr. aaid proiniiw'H laing ninety acrea tn theaoiith axt corner of th (rtii WfMrt ciiiarUir of aaottoa oitmlier ( ') nine teou ; town four (4), range four (4), at, und that at the leeniher term ofwAid oivur', aaid plaintirl will a-k th itan order Ite mad ar th narlinnn nlHaid prvniine in puruaucol th ataUit JAtHIM 0. MIIVRRJ OBO. W. MoYKK, Atturiuiy. ovtlJ ttiw