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THE 'DAILY'' EMPIRIC
II. II. ROUINrtON, Kmtok, I). O. FITCH, Akmhtant Kuitoh. ! lii,yt,m, Ohio, Saturday, - December 16,1865. The Eighth of January. Tin-Ix iiuM-rm y of Ohio will c'l-lr:ttt tlia Anntrprmry -of tlm VMnrr M. Now Orlrann, liy a ulillr IVstlviil lit NhiikIiii Hull. In the city of Columbus cm Monday evi'iilnir, the Hth of .lantiAry. A committing of nrrniigi'im'tifx luw Imvii iiiniIiiInI. coii Hlstlnjt of John (. Tiiiimphon, W. S. V. i'RRNTIKM, C. B. Kmmmn H. H. Uh ki kv unit A mi mi Layman. It in tin; InU'iilliin to inakv It. hu ulVair In all rii'MH'tii worthy of the invasion 11 li'annt, anil happy rc-milon of Hie ..tamii-h anil Inflrxllilit TViiiocriuy of Ohio ro liilnilliijt thiHu; who attend, of the yowl ohl tliiii'i we liml when the St a Mi win niulor Itrmorrntlc rule. AdilreiscH arc cxpcctnl from m'Vrrul dlAtinyiilslicd gpiitlt-tiiun, iiml there will Ik- a full anil )li'twiiiit Inter c'liaiitff of Rvutliiipiit on the all-Mborbiuy tophu of the ilny. The utti-mlunce will no doubt be Inryt-, anil we trust our city and county will Imi fully rPpivsi'tnVd. "Hostility to Reconstruction—A Bad Spirit." We have just read with iiitirh liitcrirst an article from tin? New York Timet, with thi above i iiptiou. The ' 'J'imm H one of tint ublest and most liifliientiid )oiirnul in (lie Republican party, and the aeiilinieubi ex pred In the arttrle ri'ferred to coming from Kiieli a nourc-e are eutitled to thn Herioun eoiisiileraliou of eanilid men of all partiim. ... After notlelnir the fai't. that every tlilnjr which haw transpired since the war ynM to show Uiat the Southern people are aiueercly iluiroii of a yciiuliit' reconciliation that they have with one accord ncknnw IciI'imI themselves vanquished have accepted the broad amnesty oath of I'rcHidcnt .Iomnhon without hesitjitinn or reserve, thus putting tliemselvi-s In the path which he indicated would take them back Into the V'ulon in short, that history might be Kuarchcd without finding another Instance of a van quished people Hiibniittiiijf with no good a (rraee the 7Vimc remark: , , i "The (treat question of the day Is, uow: that we have this display of yood aense and (!inh! feeling In the Southern hii, whether we shall emotime lu and make tho best of It, or meet it with distrust and aversion. U Is a shuine tltal there kIioiiIiI be audi a question. The duty of the Gov ernment and of the Northern people in the premises ought to be plain enough to every man to exclude all question. As victors lu the war, we arc bound by every manly sentiment to a generous, policy of reconciliation. As Union men, in consis tent ilevotlon to that cause in tin; name of which the terrible struggle was maintained, we are morally obliged, in consistency, tu do our utmost to have the I niiiii fully re stored just so soon aa it can be done safely, and without sacrilice of principle. "All sacrilice of principle, it. is true, ought to lie op(M)siil. Tlie time of sacrific ing principle to the South for the sake of conciliation and Hace lias passed forever. There will never be another compromise of right with Hie Soulh.and we thank Heaven for it. Hut nothing of the kind is asked for now. The only Kncrilicu that is called for Is a sacritiee of feeling. That ought to be made to the last tilth). Every old an imosity anil rescniiueut should be utterly cleared from our souls. Kvery memory of former wrong should be cHitccd forever. j no lavoraine uisssmon 01 me Moutlieru people should lie met w ith a true hrotherlv spirit, and the way should be made clear lor their early return to the enjoyment of the common birthright. They lire a sinter ing people. 1 be war lias Jell llicm involute. Poverty liroisls from the Atlantic to the Klotiramt. No change is Mssihlc until Win secunllcs anil blessing's of the Consti tution are restoreil. "The political and social system (f tiK South must be relieved from til) uncertainty, and receive that stimulus that can come only from a participation in all the fullness of American life. TIiIr scedy consumma tion is just as needful fur the nat ion at lame as jor wiu noiiin. i uc ouuuuaj uuauous, as all admit, are beset with peril. They rest on a foundation of Irredeemable paiicr, which never has been and never can be a ufa luuiit. What is more necessary than all else to stay up the National credit, ami to restore soundness to all the hiisinc operations of the country, la a regaining of aomeiuiiig line me oiu cqiiiiim-iuiu ol trade between this and foreign hinds. "Itut the preiuiiidcrance must coiitinuo to be scores of millions against us until the great Southern staples are reproduced and supplied for export. An a prerequisite to that, the South must again he vitalized with the life-blood" of our-Institutions. Keep her under the iron heel of a military gov ernment, and there will be no more 'chance of her acquiring energy and thrift, than there is in the case of Mexico. Treat her wild harshness and she will yield to dis couragement or, what would be still worse, to rancor and vlndictivcncsH. The South would be worse, even, than a paralyzed limb upon our body politic. It would be an in curable ulcer, cankering and consuming the very life of our uatlouat system, "Of any speclfln measures of reconstruc tion, we do not uow iqieak. We do not re gard It as aquentlou of measures so much as of spirit. 1-et a truly liberal spirit pre vail in IJongrcss, and it would very easily shae all the measures needful for just, sate and quick reconstruction. Kvery man in Congress who refuses to ahnw tills spirit, and devotes himself to the gerpetuation of bitterness towards the until ought to bo amounted a public en euiy." .... , . : , . ,i s John A.' Biniuiam and Oolninbim Ilnno have both discovered that the Constitution of the United States, framed by JeflVnsoii, Franklin, and the patriot of the earlier and purer day of the Iti-publlc, la a miserable botch, and both jiropoiw to tinker It by auieuibuuuU. The Clcvuland 1'lain Demkr truly aayi that tliecountry has indeed cause to regret that such miserable demagogues and arrant humbugs aa Delano and Bing ham are chosen to shape the Legislation of a disturbed and excited eouutry. Political Centralism. The tendency of the Government to ecu tralism under the Influence of nullc! Uo- pubiican leaders la a snbjivt ably and elo. qilcutly ilimitwd In a tain number of the New ork Kirniiia l't. The following remarks iimiv that topic, the aoiirce fmiii which they come lielng considei-ed, will be s'ilsed with Interest: T.et In snpHisefiir a moment what the mils lately rmut by Messrs. Sumner. Wilson anil oinrrs render a not n hull Imiirnlmhl or absurd proswitioii that the vaikty of nine services now Hrtorineil liy our seh ct- men, pitr town overseers our innuty Ixiards, one city i h nuls rs oitrSlati1 l.egls- iiituri's, eic, eacli clioscu liv Its own eom- miiiilty. were trainlrrnil to the Federal (ioverumcnt; that unit was imMised the uuiy ot uevising lor each and or cNceuf nig for each, whatever was mscssarv to its wellare as a vnnimiiiiily ; Unit, In inldilion to the herculean labors which now distress and clog every deNirtinenl, the thirty-fold lalhirs of the Suites, the ten thousand-fold labors of the counties, were required of them; 'what mind could gra-qi what hand ciint nil the multiplicity and complication oi rue w oik r As ilia now. nolhinifis ireiM-i'allr so ill done as w hat the government docs ; nothing accompanied nv so much eorrunt on : ami the more we shoidd liavc to exM'ct of these naieini ami insaNtnms eonsequenei's. In short the w hole machinery would tly to pie ces from pure inability to move, 'and the pieces would be picked up bv wmr mightv anil energetic military hand, which would ccuicnl llicm w itn tilooil, anil set tlicin to running again by blasU, of giniiwder. Civil w ar conn's as Infallibly from such n system as does from over-crow ded tenement houses, lis reactions are pro iHirlional to its compressions. Kead that calm, clear. Impassive yet sad investigation oi cennali-ni in ! ranee, which He Tocqucville gives us in his An cient liegim; there you w ill get at tin cause; read again t'arlyle.or Minuet on tin bloody and aw ful, the more aw ful liecansi Inevitable, out breaks of the revolution, and there you w ill get the results. The most stiiM-nilous explosion of wrath, ferosity madness, the w orld ever saw . had been pre- oareii irom aiar oy ine Kieiicllciis, II Maanus, and the Ismis X I V.'s, w Im had beaten down tile old provincial indcH'iul- cncics, aim aosoroni an power Into the bureaus at Paris. These are sentiment cculiar to demo cratic statesmen and democratic presses, and their advocacy at the present lime by a leading organ of the (lolitleal organiza tion which serves them, Is a gratifying evl d e of the better tutlttcncu prevailing. t General Carrington. Genera! Carrington w as a K't of Governor Morton, lie eontinmillv Interfered, sn we understand, in bin behalf, wheu he got into ironuie. ami prevented ins dismissal. ,. understand private soldiers have tiled iin nienae clalins in the military agencies here for money they left,asthcy wiy.lu tliehaiuls oi nciicrm arnugioit. we ask tt this is sor wo asK it tienernl Cnrriiiirtiiii s imv lug oh" these claims T We suoisise It s'lu pure forget fulness in General Ciirrington if tie uiui iniicii u repay any or these sol diers, willtlie Journal te II us where the money win kept by the General ? IndiUHa- pnllM llerttlrl. General arringtou Is the officer who iKiastcd that he hail raised fifteen regiments. anil leu them a fiir as Ijiuiavillei Thomas ,f. Carver, one of the special agents of the treasury department, has been convicted of frauds on the govern ment ny a mniMiry commission in Mobile, and sentenced to pay a line of nine thou sand dollars mid be imprisoned at hard la- oor lor one year. The investigation of the irauils w ith which Carver is) alleged to have Isvn connected has been going on for some time.- It Is said that the peculations commenced sisui after the occupation of .nonnc ny ine national troops, and awes tern aMT charges that, of ninety thousand bales of forfeited rebel government eollou then lu the Suite of Alabi i not more than one-tenth has gone to the benefit of the I'liiled Slates Government, the remaining eight thousand bales, worth more than fif teen millions ol dollars, having been ap propriated by rascals anil sharpers. . . . . a General Carrington. The Gratuity to Mrs. Lincoln. The Washington corrojqsiinleut of the Albany (New York) Aripw says: "It is promised to give ltHMKK) to Mrs. Lincoln. W lieu Congress voted Mrs. Har rison iVKKI the appropriation was de nounced In debate by Itciit.oii, Calhoun, Woodbury and other iVmocrats, but was passed in the Senate by a vote of twenty to sixteen, and in the llouse by a hundred and twenty-two to sixty-six." '. a a A The Queen of Knghind is. now sovereign over one continent, one hundred eiiinsu las, five hundred promontories, one thou sand lakes, two thousand rivers, and ten thousand islands.. Her subjects number more than one hundred and llfty millions. Ky a wave of her hand, she can summon an army of live hundred thousand soldiers, and a navy of one thousand shiiw of war, and one hundred thousand sailors. The Assyrian Empire w as not so weallhy as that of Great Itrltain. the Unman Kuipirc was not so populous, the Versian Kin pi re was not m extensive, tho Arabian Kiupiru was not so powerful, the Carthageiiiau Kinpire was not so miicn urcancii, ami ine Spanish Kinpire was uot so widely dill'iiscd. Tu the Fenian imbroglio. Col. O'Maiiouy is susluineiby the east, w Idle the west in dorses the course of the Senate. Congress has been ordered to assemble. The dcKised i'rcsldent Is reMrtcd to have dejHwited in Mew York banking house. In his own name, the sum of M),(XH1 in gold. lie uu Tuesday issued a pronniielaiiiento ilci;larlng that onlcrs on military ntliiirs will not be regarded as valid unless approved by him self. A Dublin letter savs that Ireland has only been saved from a deluge of blood by the earuct cllbrts of proiniiiciit conserva tives. , ... ., . i The Xew York JterulWn Vera Cruz corre- siKmdriit aayi 2,1 KX) French trooM have Imcii lauded there during the last month. Tho conversation of tbn French officers lu that city is said to be contempt uous tow ard the United State. Large quaulUiea of mu nitions of war have been landed there. Three thousand French troops are on their way to Mexico. . ,. . . ' , "'-tt ,.,.;. There Is eonsiderable exijiteiiutiit In Ma rietta over the dlsi:overyof a flowing well Of petroleum recently struck. , A Hill will ku rcK)i umU next Monday, to establish negro suffrage ill the District of Columbia. to of in Miami University Selected for An Agricultural College. A spivlal dispatch loin Columbus to the Cincinnati fimmtj-ciat saya that the lloard of Kxainlners, wldcli met at the Capitol on Thursday lut, had Commended thn c InctloH by lh Jiglslalnm of Miami Uni versity at Oxford, Itutler County, as the most suitable offer for that purpoac. The reort, no doubt, will be nilltled. The dls palch sajt: ,' ' , . ' a Tliat Institution shall In- n-orgaidM-d un der the above-mentioned ai-t of tVinirrefW. a an Agricultural College, and one-half of ine iiiiiii raien irom tlie lanil-eriji be ai pmprialcd liir It endow men t. For this iiirMsc, the former J'rofineors of the Col lege having liecn removed, and the Trustees tendered I heir resignations, to take elfivt iln the acceptance of the College as con tcioplatisl by tlie Commissioners, ami with the buildings and one hundred acres of land belonging thereto, will lie given ado nation of tlOO.mo In money and the en dow iiient fund, tlie latter furnishing an an nual income of l..(ll KI. The reiMirl. of tlie Commissioners pro miscs eight piiifessorshli. Including one of languages, one of agriculture, one of na tural philosophy and mechanics, one of chlmestry and agricultural chemistry, one of mathematics and of military tactics, ami one of commerce, &e. An experimental farm Is alo provided for, to which shall lie applied one-tenth of tl ..I I'.. ...I .... .! ,1.- ....I.. '.", -, iih in ion,, in iniiig iruiu ine sale ol Rcrip. A New Fashioned Shoe. A neiv stylo of shoe is worn In New York city. Tlie Invention Is simple. Tlie up(KT j hi it. of the Ixiot or shoe Is cut out In almost ordinary fashion by a regular shoe maker. The sole and heel'are made of hard maple wood, and are )oined bv a shank of sole leather, which gives nil tn-eded elas ticity. JJ'he umicrs are fastened to the sole by a thin hand of iron, w hich encircles tlie rim of tlie sole, and fastens side and npicr togeiiier lu a manner lar more effectual than any sewing can do. When put to gether the shoe makes a handsome appear ance, and is as light, as a leather alioe of corrcsoniling sire. Tho heels am comfor tably hollowed out on tlie upper side, and he soles have flic proper curve to insure easy walking. A Liquor Riot. Tlie A'cio l.ilum (Columhlaiia county) J'Htruit of Friday has the following: On Monday, about one hundred women. boys and children, went, to Mud town, Just auove naniieviiie, nun nroKe in ine Honrs and w IndirwH of all the groceries. They (mured out all tlie whisky and ale they could Mini. They were headed bv a woman whose husband had been indulging to such excess that he had gone Into thn show bus iness showing snakes. None of the rio ters have been arrested. ' Great Fire. The Ctimmerrhtl says :'.',. . A fire In Alleghany City, Pennsylvania. oil Monday night, destroyed twenty-two buildings and an immense amouiitof prop erty. ' A large quantity of benzole, running from an oil refinery, through a creek to tlie river, was accidentally act On tire liy some boy a. JiiHtantly the water was covered by a sheet of flume, which communicated to all houses adjoining, and the whole were Immediately a muss of tiro. Ilarbaugh'g siiiuguiec-iiouse, iiiiiieunai'li s slaughter house, Miehoftcr's carriage-shop, Shauin A Kohler's cMiatr-sho, and many frame and brick dwelling-houses were burned. A Lucky Printer. Tlie Sew York correspondent of the .Phil adelphia ''"Vrr, ill alluding to the misuse of the Fenian ninds by some of the ivlllcers of that organization, savs : O'lfourke, tlie foreman of the JWJuine press-room, und a large stockholder, is said to have loaned to the publisher of one of ine morning )ouriials''.i,iKKIor the money hit rusted to ids kivpiuir, and to have lost. iii,lK in gold speculation.'' Tlie reception of General Chant at Sa vannah seems to have been rather a tame affair. Says the Krjmhlican in concluding description of it: "Thus ended the tame event of the season the visit of I.lent. Gen. If. S. Grant to tlie commercial em- )M rl H in of Georgia. We never remember witnessing sn cold, Inanimate ami cheerless reception as was tendered tlie great mili tary hero of the age and we were led to ex claim, Wie truimit glnria MHadf." Pud.lNIt OV'Toi'llLATION IN CAI.IKOUNU. Sau Franulwio letter to the Chicago Timi, dated November 0, has the follow ing : Appearances indicate that our State la losing her population. Cornering t.i,u iiiiiiiIht of arrivals and departures bv sea going vessels during the month of October jusi passeii, we nave ine ugiy lain staring us fu tlie lace, mat lkh mom people left caiuoruia man came m it. Aijiii'Ittai. or John Hick. The trial of John Sec, at Lancaster, Ohio, for killln two men in tlie fall ol 1HI,1, while dclem lug his premises and somu members of his family from a riotous assault, was brought a close late on saturiiuy niglic when the jury returned a verdict of acquittal, and tlie (leteuiiant was insciiargcii. I lie trial lasted two weeks, and excited a great deal interest. Tlie prosecution was conducted by.. Tun siougn (ine rrosocuting Attor ncv). Colonel J. M. Council and W. 1 Creed, and the defense by Hon. C. D. Mar tin auil Judge u. G. w unman. , , GknhkalOrant ani Mkxioo The I'ltta- rg (ViniNun-rmi (Republican) ayat t :hai lcMton leltein represent that Jcneral Grant, gave expression to the same senti ments regarding Mexico which he has lioretoforo Imhmi credited with uttering at other places. . lie Is said to have added that now is the time to drive Maximilian nut, while we have plenty of veteran soldiers." Can it Is- that General Grant would talk that way unless ho knew It was ai proved of by tlie Washington authorities t 'A dlsimteh from Lawrence, Kansas, says that a party of two hundred Chcyeunes and Appaelies attacked a roach on llutterflelil's Kx press on Tuesday of last week, near iHiwne'sSiirinir. and killed six passenirers and the express messenger, named Merlani. Alter burning tlie coacii tney went to lw ne's Siring and lllutl' Station, burned all buildings and stole or destroyed goods and prosrty. -4h of the passenger- killed three Indiana, but. was afterward, shot, his boart cm, out, and his body burned over a "low lire, i Tim dlsiU'h does not uteutlim w:o witnessed Uiese pi-oceedings. iA pa ty of twelve ladles, from )l)crlln and llnloiiville, sUirtcd for Georgia last week, to U ich among the ireediueii. A Lucky Printer. Died. flflAFIC. At on atrl a hair oVlonk thia afternoon, Lixaia, infant daujrhiarof Juha 0. and Huww Wiafar. Fuoffral (Vim tha imfdfmoa of hr faiMit Bnndr fVnirnn, at o'clock Ho, R3 JoOnraon atrvfil. VANAt'ifL --f'irH, t)e-rmrir 10, of 4litrnfa of lh hr.to, OortKlitu Vnnaur1al, HMonrt ana of Inaao aad Mary 0. VanaiiMlaJ. agfd reais ai.d 9 month. New Advertisements. t. i : r . - . :. - n t NEW ESTABLISHMENT. r Minora A HI.K f o i k n a. n o u a u HAT HTORR Every Description of Rata nfl Caps, 1.1x1 i en' nml lUiililren'H Kum, ltol-, .Ve., Ve., TH PaOKHSMlMKI. BH TO INfORIi THR fxlblm Hurt 1 UK HAS NOW orKNKD, " ' AND WILL KKKP ' CONSTNTLY ON HAND, ITrPYTAINH THAT M NKfr ANU 1 ESI II A HLE, i ' I N T il K A H O V K 1. 1 K. " ErrytMng the Market. that la Attractive, Desirable or New ' Wlf.t Mt Added from Time to Time; MAKINII IT (INK Or TUB Most Complete Estalishments, OK TIIK KINO, IN THR 8TATK. o Ladies and Children's F INE FURS! OK TIIK , ' CIIOICKST- AND UICHKST gUALITIKS SOLD IX TUB WRST, at. Lower than Cincinnati Price. I rmpcctfiitTrolldtsimsmlnadnn ot sUclc. K. A. IIKHKMAN, dMit dlr Mo. 14 Mnliislrwi, Dmrtoo, Ohio. BOMBERGER, WIGHT & CO., DAYTON, OHIO, MANV'ACTUKltBS OF tltlt BroadrupTower : Loom, Thi Loom In KquM in mny oilufn.for Iti.'htHtiil Vmr Buprriorto all othrs for Heavy Work. OHDKKrt H(K,('I f Kl. PtWT, W. r. HAMCHKTT. POST ic HANCHETT, WHOLUALI AW HSTAIL BAUHS IN MASSILUN, TouBliioliony, . CHIPPEWA COAL AND COKE offlc, Rwt Thir4 St., opponite Xnm iwcot, DAYTON, OHIO. iK'tMir To Let. TT UM i I. f L'tUf Viti Dttufkivna iiniinAnj iu iiii-i'ai rM Dt'niMiwn I Unrtinnn, tra t, knvton. Ohio, nijoinitiR th Ur-room of -iv n mi ill ui yi-nrx . TtlM InnAiinn la lUinlral rl van. .1.ai(hJ. (irwry-rioiiiH. URiF()K W.HHAW, i my ton, u3. ia. any - v.a Umoud irMit, KOIt HALE. R. Olf AMBKKfl'H CANAL IKP0T, OX TUESDAY, DFCKMBRIt 19, 185 lnre lot of Wrought Iron HhaMini, Wrtniht Iron Holt-, 1 I ri n HoxoH nnd Putloyn, Brukcu tKtmit, Four to Bli fTunlrfJ (ft of DIUni-, fl, tl nod 19 ioh wn(. HTtn Oinulur Hmwm tram ln Ln Ihirfv Iik-Iiah in aiamewr. . , HulinK Tiirnnr anil Hmwh. Pmprly te bo remove! iiiimedintclT L, W. OHHOkiV. JACKBON I.ANODON. JOB K I'll LANODON. J. LANCDON & BRO., MHimAwtuntn f FIN K CAKRIA(;EH, HtK'K awayh, j IHKIGIES, ril.CTONS, HI'RINU WAC.ONS, YORK WAGONS, HLEIOHH, AC, AC. ' LATEST STYLt A FINEST WORKMANSHIP W. W. Phillip' old muni, No. 11,13 15 K. 41h HI. OlVTOKi OHIO. UepairiHfl Done irom pttil c( AWif. AIJ), DKALKRo IN 11A1UWARE, Anil Hff'ntii for tt6lKlit, RnhmHii A OVit. Kir And jurgir rrooi naia, w n.ii,mifiv'ii Heirlgriiurii And Lffr Hpr Oonlrn. dnDtr . 7 KIA.IH IfHBET, J. V. NAUERTH & SON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IKI.KIta IN FORKION, liHIEl) pnuiTs. - Oyetore, . ... . ;,, jsrit,',.: ' , , y v t'.w ines, . i-' 1 1 1 ( &cn &i ' J. V. NAUR'iTl & HON, M4 tw 103 Mai. HCrMl. : New Advertisements. NO MEDICINE GIVEN. I) It D O 1) G K , Xjtsxiny ton Aven)Lio, , HEW YORK, i t , . , - 1 1 i K I K A OTIC A I, I'll Y8ICI AN KOR , ' , . ' : i ' CHRONIC DISEASES, LATKOF NF.W YORK CITY, AI,HANY, MONTI! K A I., QI KRW DKTROIT, ' CIIK .MIO. ST. MUIIH AND CIN CINNATI, II AH TAKEN CLEGG'S IT ALL THIRD ST., DAYTON, O., Where he will Vublirlif ht nl the Sirk free of i'harfir,tryn A. Wltbout Monoy i Withbut Price. , miom-t Monday, IKyMsmlxr ; 4tli, 1M4I.1, I Viiliiy, Utictunlier 21Hli, 18m. IIAO ' Taken Parlors PHILLIPS HOUSE. WHERW TnOSW WHO ARK 'ABT.E ... i PAY iMAV COME, "i i U i t . ; ",- s ; '! " FBOII-, ''..:-. t I :'",'!'' 2 UNTIL 6 P. M., EACH DAY. 9 .n rf'? -t JTo Medicine Given I ' KoSarfjicalOperationi Performed I Chronio DUea Curad ! Acute Fold Inatanly Believed I TIE MID SE! I TIE 1E1I JEHI Over Ti1!ty Thou wind Operations drutdlww . I- , I Miscellaneous. DR. STEVENS & CO. J)RIVATK MUKAKH CtTftKO IN THR 4ITOH rMT KMwthteitme.At ih IHnciniinM Iouk HohmUI W irt Thml mrw-m, WtWfn ttniotit und Vioet itii .Ulm.wiinout tneofteor Mrrury, on f liin, er 'linnire oi Hint. - . Pr HTKVMNfl, dynpriJ Uuy an. exwrl-iK o In thrhneMUlA of Haiti morA, lKnd.m utirl iMrifi. im n ttiltvl u mirmntse m ourn in th mst onmi'li rntel uufR, Riit caK of (Jonorrhwi or Hvuhih ctirvi in ft (mm days, wilhutit nhng of dift, or bind nw" iioni irimd'pw "rwrwMiry HyiinOte-rhe lnt Tontine nindl'-HMd wlttioutllio UMe uf Miirriiry. Yn tlrns t f nrtf tthns noil vmhaf. .ifl-r. iiiKfrtm Knrinstorrlt, und Ion Af ihyHH-Al nnd ninui.li iiwrr, liifiivoufHi 'flDSlI lliOfl , Prilp Ui.nf,;N rrou Cuih, Hyi i hondn-, o., srolrt-d fi't Ltvr iimn'wni liynpiuiit und (NinxitmiiUon. IV lno.'t men. ho miUk the rHim fn tl,. jimbh of tt Til, und thun multiply ho'h HttMild t-(Mf vior to th. tr kMirirm ond mndn, ro lhiT r in m I miKfiy nd diaeftM upon thono of thotr IrM-ivttH ( mi ur to fmHten trititid. A vmtu Mim ranUcd tn I Penmiwut miiatonpi orompttr 'iird, l ftiMmiMtii!, witM Ktatinnt of i-uw. Iir. HTKVKNHAiMi., t4 Vfentlhud tri, Cmcinnnti. Jhto. Utli-e hmirn from I A H .. loir. fttimUt. to 11 A. M iyC OPERA HOUSE KKSTAlRAST. BILLI Ah'd'hOOMB, lim.fr n.U aod rim Kli., PTton, Okio. i t -) " " i-r.::"nv-' IHUD. MflliE, Pr.pilttw. Meals at all Honrs, . And Itm tnMHH will li Airaiwhft.f with vrji luktirv ind drtloivjr if lh mon Th llnlin'd 'lhl..i are from th. pllirtid mm, ilfanlori. c4 Jilliw B.lk. .ad HniopWHik h Br..,!)). rinnntl. i'lin n.r in lliinli.d with Winnttnnd f.innnrH of th. nliok'Rt hninilit, hotb lor.l)C. .nd donottlir. Oysters, BY' THE CAN, nnd ' L TIIK ftHEM,, CAN AI.WATR BR IIAD AT TIIIH HOI'RK, MIK1NO TIIK UKABON. ' 1 AIuSO, GAME OK ALT. KINDS. ,'. . Th. mtirnxa of III. potiMo li rMnMtlutl; mHi. td dil4U Notice to Bridge Contractors. SIXTH STRUCT HltllKilC, ' CITY CP IAVTN. Auditor's Orir, MnirrooiiRaT 0a , O,, l Dattow, December s, iRflA f S BALED PHOPORALS WILL BE RKGE1VBD AT tho Auditor's OffioA until Monday, Jsnunry 1, l8rio. Itf o'cloclr, A. M , by it Joint Oommittoo. oom poMtd of Mnrt UH Itoster, John Butt, and John Worn, eldorf, HriiJK flora mi tteo of tho city of Iyton, aod Jme AppteRute, n Committee appointed by Ute Board or uoumy Com mien ion frs. To bill Id an ron bridue mirosa lha oannl on Sixth Htro-t, In tho nit of 6 ay ton, a follow! 17 foU ti iochM In thftcUfcr, with a aide w)k oa on ids, iN Trt in width, suppoHMl to m aixtv Too. Id width mow or If us Hida to ha mads by tho ainAlal(t. Eafdi htddor la alno roinirod to present nod bid upoa his own plan and spatidluatinns The Oomm ttv ro orTe tho right to reject any or all bids if thoy thiiik uronor. J. w. DIKTRIOM, Auditor. MABOI'H HOULKK, do tdMwSw ., Chairmao Brtdo Oom. Farmers Take Notice. rAM HttlMll- PKAQ HAW AT rHaf- BAHUBIi, lWitJHT At Ok., Uoaprr Woth of two uittras, om to atta;h to other powr, aud tho othr combined Tho draft in thia mwhna is l-isa than corn stiihhl pinwiox, ia onniUtrof the two oi'Miam lianinK nwinf. whioh K' rooknotf motion to tho saw, which is so naooasary in taut and wy ou Urns. Two hamixoaly rt-nuirod. Tho lontior ol tia Hiw driToa, Hnd fur a circular. JARVIHOASK. dftcUwlt thtyum, Ohio. Southeast Market-house. XTOTIOR. ALL THOrt WHO 8URWWJBKD TO il( thnHnntha'torn Mrrint ho'isoar herohy rtAti ned! that thir flill amount of stih-trnptions now duo. Thoy will pian nail At Phillip altVs, Trtsaa. Kt order of the Board of irctora, dooMdjiiaw A Ij. AIU.UB cy Turnpike Election. THKRE WILL Btt AN RLB0TION HKl.f) AT Kariy'a UoUl m Woat Al.udn, on Monday tho fhh da of January, )8i( to oloul flo fiirMMora of tha Iaytnnand WHtn Turnpike Hoad Ootniwiiy to sorvefbr th MnMiinfiyar. ln.tr 9, A. Ml NLA P, Prat dU-wit FOR RENT. A BRICK lUillrtBWITU NIMB ROOJUH, KTABIjK, barn, and all weoaaaary improvemenU on tha pivmiaas, IwHides fltn a.reH of good iidtom land, Hit itatd on tlie Mad rtlTa VaMty Pike, live mtlra wwt of Dayton, known aa "Phillip Clarr'a Tav, n."i The renter may take immediate MNtaloQ, Kurin formation Iniilra4 the Oanni Hou, ia lyton, or of tlie nnd-TniKned. d-lHddt VaLKMTINB KINIJ. Turnpike Notice. TUB BTOCKHOLDKB9 IN THB MIAMIHBUR' and Center vide Turnpike Oompan are hereby notirWd to me4 at (heomceof J. I. bho- han, J. P , to attamiabnre, Uhioion Mondar. Janoanr . laag, at I o'cloxa; P. If., for the purpose of alee Una. eevea ' (7) mrwwM maervw mo enninv year. dotdawU vBOwun A. 0WVKPree. aw --r BiBBolution. - - ItWOl.UTKM QV 'CO-PARTWBaWHIP.-THI! Yj on-partnerwhip. heretofore exiitmi( bntweeii rirederiek Leone ami Kanianun Hhisble. unler the name and Arm of LanKetthKblo, was dlMAoivod, by luutuai oooarntt ieoemrer t intw. atr. Lane will oouiiotie business a Ihe eleuant stand m the tsMtetoemof the (ier Hons a, and wdl aettle all aooooota iMrtaiuina to thn late firm. eolAdlw : - v LAffU m HOU IKRLH, . ,( T It hZ S C K IC 1 t"H NOTICK. lajLAavaaa'a Ornoa, IUvtom, 0. ) le;iulier 11, 1HH5 . f TAX PAY If fR ABB NEBKBY BOTIPIKB THAT wlUle Bject-ssiiy require, lh ollioe will be onaed for the renepuctn of laxna at l.S A M ew t4 P. M . nk-opened eft P. M., and eioeed. at P. M.r of 4V h day. Hear ie mind that the time for the first Installment is Ihe Wth of Uenemlier. whioh in nlose at hand. If peeeih'e, ewme with tbrrao4enai par Is f a Uoilar, as we are fometimea short oi ehnne. DAH1BL BTALKY, Treasurer Morlgomery Co , 0. dit.u:it A1 . TTAtinMBNT NOTIOB.1 JJenry Htaver, asaiOHt flefnret.. W Mnyer, J. P. of Jacknoa 1p. Montjfomery Co., t'. Andrew Mnhaffre nd Atiraliam Hell. OH ih Mlh daT of October. A. D. lfiAL said Jus. tto UuiiAti an orler of attaihmin. ia the ahore aotton, or Ihe aim of Seventy-four dollar and HHy- i three uents, (T4 6. 0m sei for heariuji 0oena -4 per la, lane, al IU w'aiwek A. K. How , ItMiA. HRKRYHTAVKR. , !'.. " aoritwai KOAL NOTIOR -RKllRKN LUNTIS WHIWK J MidMw l uukDliw., . .ntil.4 Ihil AU t all, did on Ih. HMh diy NoTtmi,r. 1 HilTi, HI. W p.litm ia Ih. ortM,. nf tit. Ol.rk nf th.0 .uH uf I'oinm.u 11.... within .nd hw Hi. .minljrof Hnnl. . Cinry .D.I HI il. t lhti, ohflrniDH th. Mid Vmiutm I. Willi .twMdonnwnl .nn vro. w..NniI tdduly to, i w.idd Ahhy lA.tiuwl iwltinK lo b divoiiMul Irowi til. Ml I Hrulan l.nnlh wliirh liliOB will Md far hvriOK .t Uif Anril tnu of uudiioiirl . OowmU'llKKS. ABBtLAHTK. ' Au0it,AU. . , .W rpll MRKITOKH UP THK TKL IXINIA lwRll. . I raw. lDinwiy li.vdM.l.rri . liivid.nd id UNM iDOId.AH ..r HHAHK, ;M. an u I iilltr H.nd.y, (Winlr II, 1WI6. lUUIt JdHM B .TOHriLMAM.Sta'y.