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THE DAILY EMPIRE.
II. H. ltOBlNHOV, Kditor, D. G. FITCH, AnnwtiNT Editor. Day ton, Ohio, Monday, - - - December 18, 186S. The Tobacco Convention on Saturday. Thn Convention of Tolnvin Urnwen, Maimfuotiin'rs nnd SWinrs, whMi met in tliln city on Siitiinlsy l"t, 'M rwiirawotl of Rome of tn most rmlMUtniiiti mrnicr and inwilliail btilini mnii of thu Miami Vftllry. 1rp'ly atteiitlitl. H. OimcKHr. toq., VrcwIiI'Mit of flip Totimro Growers' Aswk IhIIoii, mllr.il Hio imrtlnjf to order. Jacob Zimmkk. Kmh CliHiriimii of tlio roitimitUw upimlntwlfttapn'vloiiii mnrtinj;, rend the rcort and nroiniiicndationit of the Commlt1 wlili li w'n In aiittftuttm, Mist our repmwiitntivo In ("onjrroiw bo rt quostod to advocate the r'ieal of flic pres ent law, and the adoption of one baaed on the ad tnlnrem principle. The "cat In the meal tub" on thin occasion whs the name old feline that ha h often been diwovered , heretofore a regular, flill-lilootliil Yankee "oat." aa will appear hereafter. Tho remark, of Mr. (Ji-nckki. were clear and to the point, ohowliiK moat unmista kably how the Oreat West, and particularly the Miami Valley, had suffered by the Inc. qualities of the present law. He said, In Mitotanee, that "tobacco grown here, worth Ave or six cents a pound, had to jmy n much tax as Connecticut need-leaf, worth forty cents a pound ; and the consepience is that all the tobacco grown In the Miami Valley and elsewhere In the West, Is vir tually excluded from the markets of the country." The Western people will find out before long how much Yankee ascendency In the councils of the nation costs them. This tobacco business Is only a "drop in the bucket" compared with the stupendous system of Infamous class leglslatlou for the sole and exclusive benefit of New Kiiftland manufacturers. But the day Is dawning when this wicked and corrupt system of making the whole country pay tribute to a particular section and a very small sec tion at that will be fully understood and appreciated ; and a Representative from the West who will not speak, and vote, and act for the good of his Immediate consti tuents, will be Indignantly cast aside as un worthy of his trust. There was one feature in the proceedings of the convention that we did not like the evident timidity with which gentlemen ap proached the subject of their grievances. We like bold, out-spoken words such as men speak who know their rights and are determined to maintain thein. Rut when such papers as the layton Jnwnwl glory In the ascendency of New England measures and principles, It was not, perhaps, to be ' wondered at that such members of thu con vention an pin their faith to the tall of the Yankee kite ami endorse the heresy advo cated by the Journal, should draw it mildly. No later thau last Saturday the very day on which tho convention met the Jnurnnl gave utterance to the sentiments contained in the following paragraph, thus virtually admitting tiff whole question, and tacitly sanctioning the degradation and ruin to which the whole west is subjected by rea son of the ascendency of the partial ami unjust policy to which we have alluded. Hear what the Animal says : "The Nashville Jjttuatrlt indulged a leader the other day, assuming to show tiiat 'Turitanscau't govern." The assum- tlon Is controverted by tho important tact that they do govern wnerever tney settle. Given a population of which one third are New Englanders, anywhere in tills natiou. and the predominating IntlucnccH of their principles will soon exhibit itself whether in trade, politics or religion." Jnst so long as papers advocating the taxation and subjugation of the Western people, for the exclusive benellt of a few hundred thousand of New Kugland manu factures are sustained, so long will these odious and oppressive inequalities iu Con gressional legislation prevail. Jleretotorc they have been able to cover up, to some extent, this iniquitous system of class legislation ; but in the matter of tobacco. It could uot be done. The meal in the tub was not sufllclent to hide the cat. The people of the West may reasonably expect more of this same class of legislation during the present eehion of Congress, for it is a significant fart that the chairman of every Important committee Is from the New England Mates. Our people should be prepared for it. What we of the West most need is a gene ral convention, not only of the tobacco growers, but of the farmers, mechanics, manufacturers, laborers aud consumers of all classes. Let us come together iu the right spirit feeling that we have a com mun interest to sustaiu resolved to assert our manhood, and no longer submit to the oppression and degradation of New Eng land Interest, either politically, religiously or pecuniarily. Politics in Southkhn Illinois. A spe. cial dispatch to the St. Louis Republican, dated the 8th Inst, gives us this gratifying Intelligence : ., Official returns from the Judicial election show Green's piajorlty is i,iaa. rerry riuntv s-ives Douithertv !M0 majority, a falling off of the Republican majority of 400. Jackson county gives ureen yju ma loritv. This county gave 100 Republican majority. Union county gives Green majority, ur7 A notorious counterfeiter has been ar rested lu New Vork and $2,600 counterfeit money found on his person. , NEWS OF THE DAY. Gen. Grant has communicated to Presi dent Johnson the result of his reccut obser vation! Iu the Cotton Slates. lie pronoun ce thu South earnest In the work of resto ration, and sincere In professions of future loyalty. The negroes are ill comparative idleness, anil refuse to renew latmr con tract until after Christmas, at which tlino , they expect a general division of property. ! Hon. Thomas Corwln was struck down Willi paralysis ou the rlght.ldc, In Wash- , ington, on Friday evening last, while re lating an anecdote Co an ursciublagc f Oliioans at the State Agency. He was at' last accounts unable to speak, though in the full possession of his faculties. His sit. . nation, it Is feared, is critical. ' j Mexican olllcial advices rcMirt an linpot' ! taut Liberal victory by Genera! lliitz. Cor respondence reports the arrival at Vera, Cm of ITjWKI jSpriuguVldmuskotrtfurMaxi I imillan. The I'nlrcd States consul at I Havana endeavored to detain the cargo at! that Kirt. General Jnurez writes to the Mexican consul at San Francisco that ho ! desires to retire from the Presidency. i j The Pittsburg Ctmme.rr.ini says that it is proposed to lay ilov, n twelve miles of lulling from Pit Hole to Titusville, for the convey. 1 anc e of oil without the delay and cxHnsn ! of teaming. The following Is the estimate : I Allowing two thousand barrels of oil ier I day to pass through the tnlie, sixty thou-. and barrels of oil. at the present, rale of teaming, would pay for the whole capital I stock, l.0.tXK in thirty days. )j The Madeira wine crop, which for sev-, eral years was destroyed by a disease of tho vines Is this year a success. Abut UKKI )iH'S or wine will be made, and the pros peeU of the next crop are even more favor able. South American advices report no change in the situation in Chili. Fighting con tinued in ilolivia, with more favorable prospects for the revolutionists. The new government of Peru is rapidly being or ganized. Attempts to overthrow the gov ernments of several of the interior states had beeu suppressed. The South Carolina Legislature has been called upon to settle the question whether' debts incurred for slaves purchased before the proclamation of emancipation took effect can now bo collected. In a trial of bounty swindlers at Jersey J City, It was shown that the parties under arrest divided the sum of 120,(100 with ! Marcus Cicero Stanley, one of Gen. l!aker"s war department detectives. A Cincinnati delegation Is at Washing ton, endeavoring to secure an adjustment of the claims of that city In connection with the Kirby Smith raid. In Louisiana, the. Sergeant-at-Arnis of the Senate Is without legs, the doorkeeper of the House without arms, the Secretary of State and the Clerk of the House are both on crutches, late of the Union army. The remains of Jonathan Gillette, of Tolislo, who mysteriously disappeared some three years since, were yesterday discover ed In that city, under circumstances which leave no doubt that he was murdered. Garrotings continue to lie alarmingly prevalent in SL Louis. Toronto dispatches mention recent tin portunt seizures of arms, supisised to be designed for the use of the Kenlan brotherhood. The Career of a Military Villain. A correspondent of the NewJYork Timet, gives an nceount of tho reasons for the re moval of Brevet Ilrigadier General Wild, of Massachusetts, from thcsucrlntemloncc of the Freedmen's Korean in Georgia, a9 given by General Steadman ; military com mander of that department. He say h: He fallaciously and mischievously went to work to educate and elevate the black man with an titter disregard of the feelings and rights of the white race, who, at least, had claims, if only as equals. He mounted a bodv of black then, who rode at large over the country and committed excses of the most Infamous character. The peo ple generally suttered at the exieiise ol every man who had a black face. A perfect reign of terror was rife ; every tiling became unsettled; and an implacable hatred be tween the two races was the natural off spring. He not only did not rooieratts with the commanding general, but he 'cal ously worked to clog his efforts in all par ticulars. ' Two outrageous acts of General Wild are brought to uotice. For soiiih alleged rea son orotber.be caused an old gentleman weighing over two hundred pounds to be tied op by the thumbs until the entire ttesh was torn from the hones. Only a tew davs before General Wild was relieved ho ar rested two of tho first ladies of the county, and had them sl ripssl naked and had tlieiii examined by two colored women, an indig nity 1 have never heard before during the war. When General Tilson took charge the direst disorder prevailed, and nearly sixty thousand indolent blin ks were being kept and supported by the Federal commission The Chicago Time is of the opinion that the radical Republicans are an ext raordi nary people. They have fought four years (by proxy) to keep the Southern States from going out of the Union, and now they are fighting as hard as they can (with their pens aud tongues) to keep the same Suites from coming back in the Union. "Kkvkllinuinthk Halls ofthkMontk zumasI" if this be true. Ids Mexican Majesty may well wish himself buck on Austrian soil. Says the New York Tritiunt: Jolly Jack Magruder Is displaying his fancy uniforms Iu the Halls of the Monte zuma, and they say yes, they will say it that the hinperor is not as happy a hus band as he might be; that the good man hua really occasion for concern, and that we mav soon exiect rare scandal "In high life." This, we can believe, for Jack, with bis red breeches, was always an irresistible Lothario. Ohio State News. Kirk. The tine residence of Mr. C. A. rainier, hi Washington, Ohm, was totally dostmyod by lire, ou Thursday last, while tho family iwerc abwent, It Is quite a se rious loss. t A company Is being formed In Tendon, Ohio, for the establishment (if a largo wool en factory in that town. The amount of allotments collected from Ohio soldiers and cert Hied Into the State Treasury, during the past fbitr years Is :U(Hi,0U6. F.dward McGaffy has Just la-en arrested In Columbus for attempting to pass a i.'sO U. S. Treasury note. He was a guard in the I'cnltintiary! ' In Ashland county ou Monday. James M. Clark and Andrew Ssnsator were arrested for passing counterfeit II. H. currency, am held for trial in the I'. S. Court at Cleve land In the um of 2,0(10 each. 1 The Clarke. Cminty Democrat not roily1 fa vors the holdingnf nn old-fashioned Demo cratic festival In Columbus on the Sth of January; but It favors the nomination of a Democratic State ticket on that day, Roliert Armstrong, an old and much es teemed citizen of Madison county, died suddenly on Tuesday morning, at bis resi dence war London, at the age of sixty-five. A Mammoth Stkku. On Friday last George Mitchell and It. Van Wagner, shlpM'd several cars of cattle to New York, among which w as a mammoth steer, well worth noth ing. This huge animiil Is nine teen hands high, and though not In very good condition, neighs twenty-four hun- Ircil Hiiinils! The steer was raised by George M. Johnson, of ICange Township. II itiiiw a y Koiikkiiy. Mr. J. W. Melklng, of Crhana, was assaulted near that town on Friday night, by three rascals, who pointing revolvers at bis breast, compiled him to fork over !K0, which he had that day drawn from one of our Dayton Hanks. How Mr. Davis is Treated. The Fortress Monroe corresKiiident of Hie New York Herald says: I started only to write the fact that Jeff. Davis is still a' prisoner here, that the fact mav not lie wholly forgotten liv the public. He is still in Carroll Hall: still iu a lanre but well and plainly furnished room; still in uie enjoyment ol a good lire and good attendance; still allowed abundant reading matter; still permitted bis daily walk on the mract; and, last but not least, still f ranted, as regards eating, ns say hotel tills, "the best the market affords." Ex cepting occasional boils, which trouble him with Job-like persistency, though happily not quite as plentifully, bis health con tinue.; good. TheniethtKlle.il precision of one habit ua ted to business is evident in his arrange ment of his mH!rH and books, and tho same fastidiousness niton thesubiect of dress mid clean linen is still a prominent characteris tic. nen ne walks out lie is always neatly gloved, and his Jaunty cane bears him un lulllng company. His strength of will is remarkable. It has sustained hi m thus far through a long and what, to one of his active habits, restless energies and grasp ing ambition, must be a torturing imprison ment. With his w ill so indomitable and his resources of thought and intellect, he can stand infinitely more. New Advertisements. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. t'ANIIIONABLK OPE II A. H O XT S 33 HAT STORE. Every Description of Hats and Caps, Ladies' and Children! Furs, Itohi'K, . Ate., &K.t . ; . . THIUNORRSIUNEDBKUS TO INFORM TUB pultlio thai al HK HAS NOW OPEN ED, , AND WILL KEKI CONSTNTLY ON HAND, KVKKYTAINO THAT IS 'SEW AND HES1BARLE, ' IS T11KABOVBI. INK. Eveythitw in the Market. THAT IH Attractive, Desirable or New ., ..will im i'.'. . Added from Time to Time; MAKINI) IT ONB OF TH1 . Mofet Complete EBtalishnients, ' ' OF TIIK KINO, ; IN THE STATE. u Ladies and Children's ' FINE FURS! ' or thk .' CHOICEST AND UIC1IE8T lil'ALITIKS SOLD IV TUB WEST, AT . Lower than Cincinnati Prices. ' rsspfOt'ullyaclflRilanexamlnrion of slrK. )' ' K. a. HKRKMAN. ' dAn-lly No. S4 Maid milt Ilnvujn, Ohio. FOlt HA ITU. 4 TB. CHAMHKllfl'i CAVA I DKPOT, ON . TL'i:sl AV, IIX KM HH H,l8iAt ' ' ft larx lot wf , WiftKltt J0 bhiJtinif, WroliMlH I'OO boil., j , Ciusi Iron fcoxswt and Pulleys, Bros CnxtiQK, I ftlHO, Four to 8a Uuosimd fc4 r ftlu 4 4, it inohe! wiin, . bvmi Cirublu Haw from tan to thirty Lurhra in dlsmtr. HoftJu)j( TurLker and tfcwv i i... Terms csnh, on livery. I'ropartj is t rsiuovad ImmedisUiiy. Peyton, 1-emeer U, JtM. 4eol-4lU New Advertisements. New Advertisements. JACKSON LANODON. JOSK1H LAN0I1ON. J. LANCDON & BRO.,- MnntiAvniurtrs ol FINE CAIUMAUES, UOCKAWAYK, BI GGIES, ril.ETONS, SPRING WAGONS, , ' 1 YORK WAGONS, SLEIGHS, AC, AC. LATEST STYLE k FINEST WORKMANSHIP W. W. Phillip' ol. I Ktand, Mo. II, 1 IS M 4th Bt. KAVTOIt, OIIIUl K-jHtiring ona rom;I et A. ALSO, DEALERS IN HARDWARE, And ftjt.ntn for llloholri, Rvhmnn S Ci'b. Fir iiml iturglAr I'roof Htn, n,l H,,hlr'' HvlrlHemlent nd Lngflr HMr Ioolri, dreSlf 7H nAM KTKEKT, J. V. NATJERTH & BON, ' , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKRH IN ( ! FOREIGN, CANNED ami 1 : . j ' . i DRIED ; 37 It. XT ITS. A1JIO, '. Oysters, PvTvito, Wlnos, Cigars, Flro-Worlts, Ao, & Ac. .1. V. N AIIRTH A Sf)N, Farmers Take Notice. Iam miilmno nr.o NAWMII.IAT HmM BAIUiBK, IVK4HT O'rt., kmprr Wmk.. of two pfltUrnM, one to nUArh to olhrr pownr, nuil Oim oilier iioiiili,dd 'J he lm!1 in (hit niM'h a i .h than own luhhlfl plowing, In coiihpI1dp of Ihn Iwo tl atni hnKinj( nn n htl which kiim ft nx'kinff motmu lolho unw, hr h it, nn nneffwMry to fnl nnti nwy ntting- Two hAmlM only in,ur,l. Theten.lnr ol Urn n,w driTM. Hnil foi-ft nif.aulnr. JAHVHOAHK. drHlt Iift.ton, Ohio. Southeast Market-house. NOTICK. ALL THO.SH WHO HIIIHOKIBKII TO thMoulhftfttrnM,rkol-hnttHftr hninhy noti And IhAt (hftir f.ill am iiiat nf i,uh:rinlinnn nr now duo. Vliujr will plAfi.a t!ll ftt Phillil, Wiiltn'n, Treat). ny ortltr ol uto HiMftl n oirri'torN, dMlJUUtiiwt A. I.. AUI.l,. H ! Turnpike Election. TUIKK WILL II?. AN BLKOTION UKI.Il AT Ritrly'i Httrl in WhnI Ai xnmlrin, ,n Mi.ndny thSih dnfof Jrtnimry, Ittill. Iu le,'t H'n lilrwlun, id Mm ImyUin nod WnwUrn Turtipikn Hmd Oonintuy lo wrv fnr Iho nMUin)f yrnr. linrKDilKr 0, lwS, A. IjUNI.AI', l'nift't. , dlt-:it , FOR RENT. A BRICK HUUril WITH MINK KOOM4, HTA THI-K, BwD.antl nil nwHHry inirovMnni on p rem !, ItoMidnt fl'tten m r of k'hh) Itoltom land, mtuftlfNl nu lh Mud Hive VkIImjt Plku, fivs mdriH punt of Ihtylon, known iu "ThiHip Onrs Tein." Th rftnter may Utk iinmMliain pssinii. Korio formation iatuirHt ihsCtinai IIoU!, in jMjrtoa.or f the iiDdMrxtKiieil. dMi:iil.it V M.kN H N L Ml Turnpike Notice. niHB 8Tri!KMoi,iKim in tkk miamh-hurg J and CttntHrvtlln Tufrinihti Ooinpnnr rs hereby notifld lo rafl Ht ih tlii of J. I), fthe hun, J. P , in MiatnitihitrK. (Hi it), on Mori'isy, .Innimry 8, H 4t at 1 oVlfKik I. M.i (or ths pur pone of lnc(inM "OTn (7) dirwtnr to serve tU eumiiiiK yew. dnc'Hdawtt . riMOHOK A. OROVE, Vrm. Dissolution. DlHHOl.lITION 0 CO-rAHTNKBRl.MP. THK co-psrtnrhip, heretofore existing hotwob Frodenok Isng and Benjmnin Uhielite, unidr the usinn end Arm of Jaiir A Hhiohte, wen diswilTed. hy mutuel consent, Decemtter i:t, lniil. Mr. Iant( will continue PiiHineHS et the elepnnt ntend in the hemiii of the pra Hoiihi end will ieitle ell encounU perteininc to tht late nrin. iwuuw Lands AcbiKBi.v Notice to Bridge Contractors. SIXTH STKKKT lUtilXii:, CITY OF IAYTON, Aueivoa'M Oei(ui, MoirfsMMiss Oe., Of Daytom, Ueoemher 0, Itutf ) SRALKO !'HOWiSAI,S Whh BE REOEI VED AT the Auditor'N ORice until Mondny, Jsnuery 1, lutifi. 'i o'clork, A- M , hjr e Joint Committee, nom pouod ef Mtn'UM Botler, John Hutt, end John Woen eldorf, Bridge Uoinmittee of the city of Dsyinn, end jMine Applexalo, e CommitU-e eppoinUHl by the Board of Coun y Oomminsioners. To huild en iron bridge ecrosit the oenel on Hiith street, in the mty of Oayton, n IoIIowh : 17 feet 6 mchee in thclr, with e" side wlk on one side, five feet In width, eupponed tu he lixty reel in width, more or lea. Hid lo tie tnede by the sinale foet. Ksw;h bidder ! alo renin red lo present end bid upon hm own plsu end spwiinoetionH The Oeinm Ue r- senre ihw right lo reject any or ell bi IiIh rf tiinv thiak proper. desVlaw2w J. VT. JUKTHIt'H. Auditor. Chairmen Bridge Cora. STEPHENS HUBER.& CO. KKAL, KBTATkl AOKNTH. K70 & SSO Thtr.l 8t. DAYTON, OHIO. . WIM, ATTRMDTO TH B SRLtlMe AND BOY 1NU of renl e.liii,, loan monny on 1.ond nnd morlR." n fthtiollM,ticnHi Ap. ,Ae. All bD.ioeiui Im.UJ to Iheru will Im, faithlully nltoudml u,. . , f ooi, ss.tr BOMBERGERi WIGHT&Ca7 DAYTON, OHIO, MAN UFAfTl)H1llt8 0 TIIK Brcadrup Power Loom. This haam ie Jtqusl to any olhere, for Moht end Ket tfuperiur to ell ottwra for Heavy Work. OKhKKH HOLK ITKI). dnt'ln.dlm a. post, . 5 ' ; w. e. ha urn art. POST' & HANCHETT, WSOLBHALI AMD MTAII. D..I.IU ! - . i.i- MAMMIIXONV ! Yougliioglieny, CHIPPEWA COAL AND COKE rOfflra, Hist Third St., opnoalU X.nis rot, : IAY1X.)N, OHIO. dM-isuir i To Lot.f ... . (W!!,!, tKARK, OB BIMINRHS PPBPOKS, Hi. chin, (5ii) M of uiut ground on HMond lr t, nTlm. Ohio, (1Jmii tun .Uirt.ruom of Tlio IOf,n,n . in cntrmi, and vory d.irirmlil. for. gnmiry-lionm. UKUHII K W. HUA W, IMyton, Itta. 14. (SH) . sm8woil4 alro.1. n - . AOMIMIHrRATOII'S NOT'ldlC.-RMANUKIj MIL LKH hu been puloUd Admmi.tr.Uir of Ii.D- ih Miuvr, uhtcmu, nun 01 van Duras lwn.luj, Monicoiawj County, Ohio. novllw.it New Advertisements. 0PEB4 UOISE BESTAIR1XT. I!r mala aia Ural Sla., Dayton, Ohio. FIIED. I,AttilJ, Prapriator Meals at all Hoars, , And th. Ulila. will li fnmi.ha,! with avry luxury and dftlii'wy of I lie waxon j Tho HnliA'd Tnii!-i ;iro from lha oaMiratoil mas nfafilorloa of Julra Walke anil Brun.wick A Bro.,o,a cinnaU. 'fha narfaiiifipliad itH Wain and Lienors oftha obomaat braad.. bath foroiitn and donaatio. . . i Oysters, i ftV THR CAN, itil.1 J .. M IN TIIK SIIKI-L, ,: can alwavb iik bad at Thw aotisit, ; MIRINII TIIK HKAKOX. ALSO, CiAMK OK A l.f. KINDS. -' Tharntroanx of tlia puliHo la raapentfully .il.q. nciHti p ou T rs ! clLillirto ' j Horse aM Galiie Mm t Yhit prepAretlnn lonir end fcvorehijr known, will Omr-i oiiRblj relnTlgorete broken down end loweplritcd horses,! by strengthening; and cleansing ttia etnmach end in tot : 11 nn. It It e turn pre-, fentlre of ell dis eases Ineldftit a tine enlmel, aiich ei lun rtVKK, r u ! w w a TKR, H f A VKH, COUUH8, im TRMPRR, FK VKRS, KflUNDKR I.OHS OK API'K TrTK AND VITAL KNKKGY, Ac It use fmprovea the wind, Increase the apetlte-ftiveff m atnoocn and KlMay akin nd trenvforma t fa e miserable tkeletosl horse. , Into a fine Looking end spirited To kecperi of Cows this mwnitrstinn u ini..at.i. It lDcreeseg the quantity and Unprores the qaaJity oiuwmui. itnae. been prorcn by ac tual experiment to Increase the aiian Uty of nilk and cream twenty per cent, end make the better firm end aweet In fattening cattle, It give them an appetite, leeeena r S-T a? difttm . -auakea then thrive - - weir n i a a . mna much meter. In all dbceeea of flwlne, inch as Conghe, Uloere la the Lnnjti, Llrer, 4a, this article acta as a apecino. ay putting rrom one -half e paper ao a paper in a barrel of twill the bore dlaeeaee will se eradicated or mittnlj prarlL If irly.n in time, a aertaln preTentivo and our. for tha Bog Cholera. Pries W Csnts par Pspnr, or t Papers fcr tl. PBBPAKSD BT S. A. FOUTZ Sc BRO., AT THBIK WHOIHALI DHIS AND HRDinill DKPOT, No. 118 Franklin St.. Baltimore, lid. Tot Bl by DrmrnliU and Storekeeper! through out tha Vultad Statu. - ' W, W. STIWART and WALTBBW a KSl,SO WholaMalo AKnnta, Imvton, Ohio. JOHN 1). PARK, Oanaral Airant, Oloelnnatl.O. dtcwly pKVRB AND A0UB. ' Tha famedy to ouro and prevenTthiaalaeafla la DB. 8. 0. RKIIIAHIlPON'S ' SHERRY WINE BITTERS i "the oelebraterd New England remedy for Jaundice, Fever and Affile, General Debility, and ell dmeaeee nriMing from disordered tomech - - i Lirer and Bowels. . They are need end recommended by leedinf; phy fllcienn ol the country, end all who try them pro nounce them iaveiuabie. -t Price, 1 pur battle , . , . J. Jit HAtRIS A CO., UioeianaU, Obld, pro. prietora for tha Western bite. HUt,l HY ALL MED101NK iKALKRS. ontUIdawtl -A. K-A-IB OHANOE. iNK OP THB BKHT FktlMfl IH MATrflON II T)WNHIIIP,MUN'JUMitk COUNTY, OHIO. FOR BALIS. . , . . - . - ' JHeau'ifully titualtMl about one-half a mi lee southeast rem HiKpfns' HUttion, on the Ira ton and WwMtern Iiml road, and about one-fourth ore mile aoiitn of the Wolf Creek Tuminke, a&d eeren mile- bonhwe of lrtyton,oonfaiutnK one hiiadred and nftr-aiuhl aurea About Uoaorea ere uoder Rood oultiveUon, thebei euce te wall limierwdi There ie a ierKe three-story link dweUinti-ltousie, iVsvme barn Craxne tobaoeoehed and a nerer-feiling apring el good water, orchard As, The lotrauoo it denidedly heUhy, pleen-nt, and every way desirable and in a neighborhood of good society ana convenient to school. chimbee, end nulla. Terms one-third uatht the balance in three equal annuel peymeutH. , . VMULW UTJaT'J'LKK. dec l-Stw WHO HAM LOST A DEAF AND DUMB GIRL? ADKAP ANO DUMB GIRL, A PlMHRNTLY xmtM yesre of huo, wuti euhiii a huircut ehott, grwy eyes, rather almye the medium site, aud tia t-r of a burn er ec.M on the underside of the right forearm ; eme to Ihil place about the middle of Novembur, with no btfrgafre or money, ahu i of peat and udy appearaace; and ban ewJently boen laised in good aociety. Unfortunately she can not red, write, or converae by aneena o' eigne, ao that her reaidf tioe.or denUnatioa cen not be loued. Fannra Uiroushout Uie buaewill eleeee give thit a t;rel4iiumaiiiHeriiia, and If this should mee theno. i;e of anyone knowing eny thing of the above iks suriltid Udy, they will confer a favor by coinmunfttin with the 'Iru toes of Miami townthip, MiaiiiisUirn, Moui(omery County, Ohio. i ITai - - aAflT Legal. II Olltm AJID LOT IN 0ARR0LTUN AT VAHTER Imniel LeiMhty'a adni'r. PIU.) Caae Ne. am, ve Mootgomery fesuuerior Ellaa Martin, etal PefU. J Ooert. Pursuant te an order of the Hupertor Court of Montgomery Oounty.ohio, made in the eUre entitled oauveand to me direuied, I will oiler at Public Auc tion at Uie door of the Court HriiK,ia tlteUity of Day ton, in the llounty enl Mtttle aJoriidt on iATURDAT, DKOKMRKR M.lMnS, Between the hours of 1 aud 4 o'tdi-rk . U. ol mtid day. the hdlowirg derwrilNI Rcnl tCstete, via: Hi male in the County of Montgomery and btate ol Ohio Hituate and blng in the Town of Oarroltou, all of in -tot numbered ftlty-eeven (57) on the plat ol aaid Town. Held property haa been appraised at 9I,kio, and can not cell for leae taaa two-Uurdt of wud api.ramment. Terms Ceeh. W1LMKR H. HKLVILLK, i MaHterOom'r fctoot g Buwrnor Court, Adam OutT, AU y. , Govern bur 25, lbo&. aovittwat. Medical. i i.M-.n..1!-.? $ ALLEN'S LUNG . BLSYM TS GREAT SIBSIiT FOR THE CIIRIC Or CONSUMPTION !XU ALL il8(48IS Or THI I,IIH(18. mllK RKHUI.T tF ITS USK II A PRIM1K Of ITH I gnat yalua. Ths aitmnrdlaary haalinf proprr- tiiw ol lhl riinoly a-a aincriaooad by an thona ho hnyo ll.wl it. Thpir tilimony will ho found In a immnniM.MK'B. oaa na sad ol tha agents hra lha modir.ino ia iMd. , . v O'll'UHH AND COl.tW, howarar diKlmrinit. ara tirofcatvoit in aa innrodiula abort tima, by cauaina a Miiwnti indiipni a nn tha l.unir., ao that tho matior and itil.irnl arn namly axnwtoraUHl. Ai.l.KNB MINI) IU l.HAM rnnlaina no nnlum In any t.rm It la partocUy norm law inr Ilia moat dall- nnla chllil. ooNSUMPTIVItH would do wall lo rrxl hia Traa tlna upon Ulaaaand LnDga. AT-ltl.a good ramady. Try It. For aala by lha Prnpiialora, i. N. HARRIS (JO., Cincinnati, O. Prion SI oar hnttla Mold h MaiIm lln.t.r. thronjhaut tha alty and oouatry. ooutldawtr DR. STEVENS & CO. BRIVATK mnKAKR CURKD IM THK HHORTkHT nor-ifhlenn.e,a the Cinninnati lo-k Hnsfutel, Wee Third street, between Walnat and Vie, un tauWrejithout the use of Mercury, loss of time, er 'hang of dit. Ir HTKVKNM. hvsikenial stnrlv and ot mn.nxa In LhhoHpiuls of Haiti nions liOndw and Pans, in u Jjlml lo warrantee a ourn in tha mewl .m(Hi- ru,a'-Hen nettent ciwn or (jonorrhea or Hvphihe fitrwl in a few.Uya, witlioot eruuixn of dirt, or hind ramie from biiMiiiena erwrnlnry Hyphiha Ihe la.t VHrttt( rnihcHtrfd without the ne of Mercury. Vwlime t-e nelf-sbn-Hnd e eeive vtry,'HU(Tr .111 from Hpennatorrhna, nnl loss of phyxicrtl and nn-ntnl power, Indiiertlon or (insliiationt krup NonHttNrvoui Coiih, HypcvtHialn, antre)attd lor Livsr Complaint Dyspepaiv and 'onHumptnm, tiy ixnornft men, who mi.tuki tlie erlcte for the i-jtuae of the vil.snd thus multiply ro h Married tmn, and those rttnierupUtmK nwriftg", honld relore Tijror to th tr (todies and mindH, ere hey mull miHery and direae Hon those nf their MHienty Mm'UHfs ptculiiir io femitU-H trtHted. Acme tmr rniitwd in nil cbm n FerHonn at n diwiewe promptly i-nrr-d, hv adlresttni, vn(h Htaleinent fifrane, hr. MTKVKNH -CO.. 11 Westlliird .irt, Cincinnati, ' Hito. Cllle hours frum 8 A. M., to 5 P. M'i Hundava to II A. M. dec lyj Medical. Wholesale Clothing. I IVKF,, UEBEE & CO., O X ZkX -A.X 3NT HTHBHT Diytoa, Obla, AIIK WOW OFFt.KIIU A.T WHOLESALE A IiAROR r.TK!ll Of Clothing Cloths, Cassimeres, Testings, Traveling Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Knit Jackets, Men's Suspenders, Boys do. - Linen and Paper Collars, &e.,' &c, Ae. Taill.l wkltb w wul4 Haart. CALL TUB ATTKNTION Ot , MERCHANTS' Wbee, Vial Una: Markwt. 01 Main Blreet, between Third end Fourth, MnSillniStn TMYTOsI, OHIOl Medical. Wholesale Clothing. Miscellaneous. TKE4SUltGKS NOTICI2. . '1 ttaeevaaa'a Oanua, Darrow, (1., Ie4ienler 11. U&, f qiAX PATIHH ARK HEUKItY NOTTKH!b THAT JL while neies4ity rentree, ths nfflne will be opened Tor tlie reuepMon of tAxeit atHA. M.. closed t4 P. M , reopened at 0 P. M., and tdoaed at 9 P. M., of earh dav Hear in mind that the tune fur Ihe first install men! ia the Both of aJeuemiar. which m clone at hand. If possible, ceine with the fractional part of a dollar, aa we arecometimee ehortof change. DANIEL HTAI.KY, Treaaurer Montgomery Co., 0. decltilaw3t . ... ..... t KKAL KHTATK AGENCY. , I3KRHON8 FA VI NO CITT JROP4tTT FOB aele, would do well tooell, aa I have uite a num ber of appicatiena for bouees and lota iatbeeity. I have no m very valuable houeee end lote io Peter eon end i iam! C.ty that will he aold cheap. I have aieo some of the beet improved termit io Montgoi- ery county, for aele on reeaonabla term. Also a fee more hoiiies in the nitv. JAM It KILLT, Real Bst-teAjrt , ortheeteor. Mauiaiuiad BtroeU, novi.lawlm 1 aylon, Onia. Attachment. Fremx tiiesmheff Before foha D.Hheehan, J. P.. Mtenii townahin. CThflriee Baker. I M ontnomerv eo..O. SN TH E 1ST I'AT OP NOVRMBKB, ldtfi, AM order of atteehment ia tb ceee, wee IssiwmI hf n P. Bheehan, a Juattee of the Penre, of Miami townHhipS Montifomery oounlv, Ohio. Amoea Hworn to, $M twi, Case eat for -rieg, January 1, lew, at Ho'cWk P. M. , v PKItUKLIRSEflflOPF, Plalntlff.'v A. Otur, Att'y. - di-rl2wSw 1 TACH M .NT NOT1CM: Ilanry Htavar, . auainHt ParoraH. w. Moyar, J. 1 ol Jar.lt.oa Tp. Moutft'oinary (Jo., u. Andraw Mahaflla anil Atiraham Ball. ON tha Ulh day of Ortolor. A. D. lrWI. aaid Jua. tlua ivvued aa ordar of auahrnnl la tha ahora Hc.tioQ i for tha aum of Hovanty.four dollar, and A'ty- inroauauw, ttitihii. uaaa aai toa naanns tiai wr la. inixi, .i u o CK clock A. M. Hot , IWit, HEXBTSTAVKR. novllwiit I KB All" NOTWR.-RKHIISN I.AS1V. WH'lHW J rManr u, unknown, ia nr.tin-1 Ih t Ahtif 1.011111,11111 on lha 8'ilh il.y (if NiiiviiiInt. IHii.'i.tila h.r pcitiion inthaothcaof tha Clt.ik id ihrOiurtof i ommon 1'laa.. wtahin aad lor th .nmnty of Mont. KuniHry Mnd Hl.la or Ohm. rharjgmK tha .aid tubi.i Itantxwith aliaodonment anil Kio.. neitlert ufduty to ward aaid AlH.y Lanla, and aiikinK to ba ihTari'id Jtimw ' I lie aaid Rotitian Lanta, whii.h tilion will Mtaud for naanoK al tna A onl torlu Ol aaid uourt . iwtniwi ll , AUDI LANTZ. Aoam Clay, Att'y. dm-SaSl . XT0TICH ia harahy aiyanlhata patiboa will ba . JL , iirwiBniwi wi ui noaia ol tJomttUMiiouar ol Monti.inry Uounty. Umo, at timr luaxt rul, amulon. praying for tha lunation and aHtobl'.liiiiant of a aounty rd Lading from tha liaytaa A libanoa ' Tunipika to Hi. Unmroyilla A Wayii.llla load, oommanrHnKal lha Norlh Kh.1 noinrr o' achonl Inl ol .oh Itialm I N'i. , In Win 'ii,i:ua town.hin, anil ruoal l'inona aaat Ihrnuih tlia land, of l.afia A : KoaalKThomii Hatlld.llia hnim of J . S. Rulwr'a, J. a. WHn, M. W. Roadnr, J. T. A H B. lniion, Joaaph l l.oinn., and John P Hiinra, lmlii a d at.noa ol aornit lav nuWa. , MANY Ptv'ITrUiNKKS. oi;t27w(lt f'HS DlkKCTORS I1T TBI tkcitonia ihbi I 1 rni (lomimny haro darlarad a UiyiJ.uil ol UNB y.'i.i.i, ; par oiiAtttt, payabla on and atlur Manaaa Umanihar II, 1M6. J daotll JOHN B STOFPCLMAN.Baoy,