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II. 11. KOMN.-vON, Knrrom I). O. KITCII, AbsMTamt KlrroR. Ouy ton, Ohio, Tuesday, -December 19,-1865. Death of Hon. Thomas Corwin. Theilwtth oftlilx miilncnt ami (flfti'il ""' oocurreU lu WiiaUWijitu". yesta-nlay. at two i oVIiirk P. M. SntunlHjr evening last, wliiltt ' conversing with aoiar of IiIk (Vlcml-t, anil lu thernjoymt'iitofnpparfiit good health, hiv vm attacked with immlyHt. TliU ' the linineillnU- I'sime, of hi ilculli. Kor mom than Uilrty yonnt Mr. t.'orwlii was i' lowly iilentitiiil with the laililvral his tory of Uiix Mate anil th country, hav ing (InrluK thai Units Illicit many IiIk hihI riioitalliln tiil)ll ixwItlofiK. Helm hemi ovf rtmr of Ohio, I'nltcil Staff ScnnUir. Iti'iitvacntntlve In Couk"', Scetntury of , the Treamny, during: the ailiiiinlwtnttUin of PnwWIrnt Klllmom ami MlnlU-r to Mexico, having been nimlnlcil to that mkII1oii by PreeUlent Lincoln in 1W11. l r fuciln lyloutriHl in Mint cIuhm of American rtJitaami'ii who gave illiilly and c.hnrucU'r to our Government In lt earlier and better iluya nearly all ul whom have paafted away, and given place to the reek lew and fanatical Mliticl:in in whose handn Die destinies of our once, happy country are now placed. - The reflection Is a melancholy one, but It I, ula.. too tnic Mh. Coiiwin was a mcmlier of the old Whiff parly, the compeer of Clay, Wrr. Htkr and all the distinguished men who were regarded as tlie leaders of that organ ization. Ijitterly he acted with the Re publican party, but never could be said to be thoroughly idcntinVd with their princl plei and policy. , He waa a man of brilliant intellect, and one of the most gifted and captivating pub lic speaker of hi time. Ills eloquence wax of aoharaeter peculiar to himself, and be fore a popular audience he was almost Ir resistible. Rut In social life, his sparkling wit and Inexhaustible fund of humor made hi society coveted by all who enjoyed Ms acquaintance, lie waa a man of warm and generous impulses, and by his kind and genial manners had endeared himself to a wide-spread circle of friends and admirers. By all or tlicin ins loss will be deeply felt. We may add, that the rapid passing away of such men is to be regarded us the cause of general grief and sailncuA It reminds us that, one after another, the. link which hound us as a people to better and happier days the days when our nation stood erect in an uie granuetirot iut dignity and power --are being sundered, leaving us to drift wildly bufora the tempest of fanaticism that has already well nigh wrecked our most cherished hopes and prospects as a nation. When, If ever, we shall greet a roturu of those days, Is a mighty problem, the solu tion of which we have no disposition to attempt. , . How to Treat Indians. From s New Kuglaud quarter, the Provi dence Journal, In a letter dated Colorado, we have the following cold-blooded advice iu regard to the proier treaimeut of the Indian. We have no doubt the writer is a firm believer lu the superior excellence of he negro : What shall we do with the Indian r Shall we civilize ur exterminate him y The for mer is simply impossible, the latter abso lutely Indispensable. We may moralize as much as we please, but when the choice comes to us whether to be bitten by a mail dog or to kill the dog, practically, the dog Is dead. And such must he the ease with the Indian, who is worse than a mad dog. Now shall we, or the Indians he pro tected t The Indians can take care of t hem selves, and If they can't do it here, they can go elsewhere. I am not of a sanguinary disposition, I am not inclined to revel in bloodshed and slaughter, but I am fully convinced that the Indian must be exter minated, It is as much for his benefit as for ours. What is the good of his loping ' about the country on a cadaverous jkhiv. and looking like a dirty idol chopied out of mahogany, when he can be comtortahly killed and sent to those happy hunting grounds which constitute the lndlau heav en t Let him go there by all means. Help him on his way and take him out of his misery, lie is neither useful nor ornamen tal here: pcrhaw he will be both in another world. If so, what a radicul change the great destroyer will produce I Let us have brave and sk illlul olllcers and men with carte blanche as to their doings. If they kill a few Indiana, commend thein for It, and tell tliem to go their way rejoicing-" Kven the editor hardly takes exception to this when he says : 1 "The Indians of the plains are fllthy, treacherous, thievish and cruel. They must not be permitted to block tlie mails to the Western Territories and States or to com mit any depredation on tlie whiles. An! armed force sulllclf ut to restrain them must be kept In tlie Held, and as much severity as Is necessary to keep them from doing nil must iw useo. jl inai call only Do accomplished by killing them, then they must of course be killed. Get rid pf the thieves who prey upon the life and property of the Indian, aud of the trader who steal away their' brains, by a baptism of bad ruin, aud there , will be uo need of Oils wholesale killing. We are not surprised that the very pa per that contain tills devellsh proHisltlou, for the treatment of the Indians, contains an apology for the wholesale brutal mur ders recently committed by the negroes in Jamaica. . There are no less than 303 schooners, 80 bark, 10 brigs, IS propellers aud 'JS tugs In Chicago, with an aggregate capacity of 101,823 tons. This Is a large Increase upon the number of craft that wintered there last year, and more are expected. A gsrroter was captured in Boston the other day, and sentenced to 13 years lu the penitentiary. NEWS OF THE DAY. The Secretary of the Treasury, on Snttir dny noli lied seventy-live clerks of ut IcV parfinent that their Services will 1"' dis h'ium( with on the lllst lust, on grounds of incompetency. , It Is reported that Friday's Cabinet meet ing, which was longer than usual, and which was attended by General Grant, was devoted to the consideration of Mexican afl'alrs. ' General Wiulleld Scott arrived at New Orlrtaiis on the Villi lust, A salutit was fired in Ids honor, The Klchmoud Ktaminer asserts tliittGen- crnl Grant, while in that city, expressed himself in favor of the admission of all Southern Congressincu w ho 'an lake the tcast-oalh. . . The Armstrong House, at T.awton, Mich igan, was hunted down on Thumdny after noon. 1js $7,M, on which there Is no Insurance.1' "' ' The number of negroes executed In J;i uiaeia by the British authorities is esti mated at from WHO to 4,tmo. The l'ostolrlee at I'lt Hole was broken open on the night of the Kith, and three bags, containing the mail for New Voi k. the Kastern and Northern States and Kiis tern Pennsylvania, taken. The sum ol l.'sMHKI was iu the mail hags, the. property of three men alone, and the full amount lost was probably between seventy-live and one hundred thousand dollars. Hon Arthur hiunainl, one of the English railway excursionists who accompanied Sir Morton Pcto in his recent visit to tills coun try, has addressed a letter to his constituent's in Scotland, In which ho expresses the greatest admiration for the I'nlted States, both as regards the people aud the natural resources of tlie laud. Iiantel S. Kleklnsou and Gen. Splune are now the most prominent candidates lor the New York Collcctorship. The Augusta CkiuHI ulinmiliM learns that quite a number of plantations lu that vicin ity have changed hands lately, the pur chasers being mostly parlies from the North. There are at the present lime two hundred and thirty students In the University oi' Virginia, a great majority (if whom were iu tlie army during the war.. . There nre five theaters lu the oil region, located at Meadvllte, Corry, Oil City, Pit hole aud Franklin. Two or three of them have adopted the pretentions and meaning less title " Aenilemy of Music." Gordon, the recently executed rebel leader In Jamaica, had his life insured In Ixindon for 90,000, which has been paid to his widow. A company has been organized at San Francisco, to build a railroad from Unit city to a towu lu San Diego, thence east ward to the State line, and them con neeted with the contemplated road to the Mississippi River. The capital is thirty million dollars, and the length of the road 720 miles. Spires of he Majority in Congress. On Tuesday, of last week, Mh. Ki.ukkdiik, of Wisconsin, (lcm.), iu the House at WHsliiiigton. oll'ered a resolution sustaining the President's reconstruction isilicy. This was promptly voted down by the licpuhll cans I To tlie number of 10M these atrioU voU'd against a Itestoratiou of the Union ! They follow such open dlsiinlotiistsns Tit An. Stkvrns, of Pa, and Senator Pomkhoy, of Kansas who says : . " I would rather help tear down the Capitol than allow the Southern StUs to come lauik Into tlie I'nion without letting the negro vote !" Tlie Southern States that have complied fully Willi all the required conditions, arc still kept out of Congress by these men ! No wonder, under such eireiunstances, thateveu so decided a Republican piqier as the N. Y. AVaiisi Post should feel eon strained to aay of tlie President's action in the premises "He Is not as strong aud decided as we expected from the energy of his character, or as the circumstances would warrant, in in his treatmeutof reconstruction, lie de fers more, to the opinion of Congress than we supposed he would. His previous eouivsi Inul led us to hiqie that he would in sist iihiii us rapid a restoration of th n lilicul relatious of tlie South us might be compatible with sutcty. I lie. mssuge of the Constitutional Amendment, which really removes the whole ground of con troversy, we Imagined, would be made hi single condition, tine qua turn, his te.st of loyalty. Ills means or general conciliation aud siit lenient. Hut he abandons the en tire matter to Congress, w ilh a simple his tory of what he hud himself done. The President's House. It is understood by the Washington news gatherers that the President's house was cleared of articles of furniture to an extra ordinary degree when Mrs. Lincoln li lt it. The subject has been kept from the pnbllc as much as possible as it , was a mutter of scaudid disgraceful to the country. . Tlie JCrir eorrcsMiiident says: THK rKKSIOKNT'S IIOllSK is in a very shahhu condition, the old urru j.niifs liavlnur used up all the appropria tions, a us (aeurni(urs. Itolli lluuse of Congress arc preparing for a fresh ap propriation. "I visited (said Mr. Kiddle of Delaware, iu tlie I). S. Senate,) the White House, or Kxecutive Mansion, as It is colled, last Week, and it t's u iuyrucs u the country." . Wisconsin Wa xfknsks. The Madi son Juurnal states that statistics compiled at the Secretary of State's oillee show that payments out of the treasury of this Stale tor war purposes since 1HIII, amount to the sum of .Usj.l,w;3 1h. This of course does not include amoiiuts paid by counties or towus. Jfi'wuniM Nttot. i . . lUNixiOHE Carriages and Bngglea at Laugdon's Carriage Hhop, 11, 13 and 15 Fourth street. dlw South Carolina. The message of Governor Orr was sub mitted to the) South Carolina Legislature on the (1th. Most, of the message Is dcvot.'d to lot 'ill oll'air. Iu 'regard to the negroes, the Governor say si: . "Von have been-diligently employed since your meeting In maturing laws 'for the organization of the militia and for the regulation of tlm rights and duties of frrd incn, and I doubt not that you will perfi-ct yonr lettislatlon, upon thine subjecto before your adjournment. Our H)lley' toward the freediiien should he kind ami human If his rights of person and proierty are not fully nnil cn"oc.tunlly Mxoireil by our iih'iii 1,'kisihiioh, wit can noi noM to lie re lieved from the presence of the military ami niKVosf courts. Tlie millioi IiIl of il I'lilusl Slates will not remove their protect ing muni inuu uie negro, wnom lliey nave manumitted, and In w hose freedom we have acquiesced, until we provide by our laws to vIvc him roll iimttlfiii hi nil hit rights. Ills labor Is nei-cssary fort lie sne- eesiui proHis'iiiion oi me agriculture of tlie Stilly and It will be liest eoiuinaiiiled by making him cheerful and contented." , ' i (JfAftRKimiMR. Our friends and brethren of Hie Sixth Street Methodist Church, seem to he contending through an endless series of reiiliidnrH and rebutters all of which appear in the columns of our orthodox co tempiirary at the corner of Vine and Kolll'tJl whli-ll hIihII Iiiivi. Ill 1mo wnnl Thei-c Is not much piety in tlie spirit of men- sTioruiaiiees; ami we oegiu locirenil that the cause of Christ will not lie greatly promoted by . the dis. losiu-es they uuiki's ami the light which they let Into each otlicr's characlers. It. is not for us to pro nimuce umn the merits of the dispute; hut its ti'inis r has nntliing lu it of meekness or holiness. We wereonee it was many years ago. nnil we were a little lnexM iii ni.cil of the opinion that clergymen, by virtue of their pious training, holy office' and high resHnsihillties, wen' a great deal better than secular Mople, We susH'ct we were a lillle mislakeu. i.'inrimmlt KmHirer. New Advertisements. Insurance Notice. r1H UTOOKHOMiRllS Or TH OHIO INHtlR I AN' K (HlMI'ANV.Hrnhrrrhy nolifll thai lh Aimnsl KIsiiUou of IHriS'lorill Is, hrM l Ihslim, 'f roiiiiiKuy. liRyloti, lihiw.ou ONHAY. JAN HA V 1, Uui. biuwssn th hours ol A, M. sad IS M. : . . W. U. HILl.kHPlI, JS-'. l'jmo O., Ikw. It, 1U. dccls-dU 0YSTER8, Q YSTER8 J ! LOOK OUT IFOR THE LOCOMOTIVE I yst m IS. XX FRESn OY8TEUSXXX. ' t mn ti'm la Uslly raeolpt of th brat brands ol lltKSU KAhTlMORE OYSTERS Pirei'llhrutiKh from tho Bay by Kast Kxpraaa. 1 aui Jaurmhd to anuply my cuatomrra wilhtha osat li,Hira iq ina wonil. as ma ni.tleal ailTawa oo iot, liy lli wholn ar half oaa, rsao or doann eaaaa. Warraala4 Kluil Oifa la on call aad II 1 douot prova (ho abuTo I vill sol auk another. A. L. DQMtRTT, Oeaola Buil Jiok, Kinh atraol, ou canal doolli dim A llMINI'TKATOa'S NOTI0I.-TB1 UN ORB. hikuiJ lias Iioob duly appoialiHi admnlNlralor of umwiiiemjonii n. nonntan, lata m Montromary oouoly, Ohi,dnaawd. LKVI UOKrMAN. Dwambar IS, UUU. diulll3i. OHIO STATE HOUSE INSURANCE COMPANY OK CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' i i , Hteplicns, Iliibcr & Vryor, Agentn. Y ; -7. Tii Ird 1 reft, . , X.-5T ON, Obio. 1 Aro nuW irstAriMl to fnttira Horses, Or.ws, Mutos, Sc., asainiit Thoft or fl,lh from Aooldaul or I nam, Ma oDmostliusral lorme. daolv-dlt A" NPRKW OKBHAKT S KsTATB-ON TI1K I'JTH dsy of lieoomtier 1HSA, lha undoraiKooil waa appeiuUi't aud qnaliaed as Kaarutor ol' Uie anlalo of Anilrew tisbhart, late of atonlgotnery aoun'y, Ohio. .Its'oasod FETCH M. OKBBAUT. dis;IS.w3w Af'MINIaTBATOB'H Nlirtcr NOTI01 18 hereby siyaa that (be underaiesed has tsten ap pointed -nil iUMtilii i aa AdniuieUriiler on the estate of John Jiwiob Uelo!!!!, late of Momuotnory vounty. dfuieunl. VALKNT1NB BCHKIIBEMAN. PeoeinlierlS, ImB . Stw ' SANIKL WRAViaS IHIATg-ONTUa 1TB day of Peueaitwir 1SHA, lbs tuuieraisneil have i eiotiiled adinini- Iratora of thaeaiateof Isintel Weaver, laU, of Montgomery flonniy, Ohio, deeeaaed. It fl. 111. A' K. deol-wSw UUKKT WICAVBB. v NEW ESTABLISHMENT. FANHIO-AMI.EI O PSJ B A Q USE HAT STOItE very leaeHptloa of Hats and Cap, Iu1Ic.m' unci C'hUdreu'M Furn, IIoImw, r1H IINIiKHVIONBII hKim TO INFORM TH X pnlaltTliak i HE HAS KOW OPENED, t I', ' -i AN O Wll.l. HKHr . t KKKP . '. CONSTNTLY ON HAND, KVKHYTAINU THAT IS ' XiM- ANI' DESIRABLE, - IN T1IK AHOVK II MX. ' Eieifthinff in th Market. THAT is Attractive, Desirable or New Wll.l, MR Added ftom Time to Time; l MAKING IT ONK OV THK Most Complete Estalishmenta, ' OK THK KIND, IN THE STATIi 1 ' o- " Ladles and Children's FINE FURS! or TH CHOICEST AMI K1CHE8T QUALITIES HOLD IN TlfR : WEST, . . . -. at ; Lower than Cincinnati Price.. 1 raapaotfullyaolsslaaesamiaalloa r ataek. 1 K. A. UKHHMAM, daoS dl; Mo, i Mala alra.1, Dayton, Ohio. I New Advertisements. NO MED ICI NE' 0 IV E N 1) It V" DODGE , T-joxinfrtbn Avonne,.' HEW YORK,- ' IMtACTIOAL PHYSICIAN CHRONIC DISEASES, LATE OK NEW YORK CITY, ALBANY, MiiMrriiKAu liUKHrcr, hktiumt, ( lilt Ai(), ST. LOIUM ANl IN INNATI, HAS TAKEN - rAULOIlM, Him. 3 iit 4,'Htthe k , . i .... PHILLIPS HOUSE. ( IN TUB C ITY OF DAYTON, Whcro 11 E Will HEAL THE MICK. . ,, . -PKOat Moiiilay, fK'iiilfr 4lli, 18U5, t Friilay, Ib;'IiiImt SSIHIi, 1 8S. HE WILL I-OHITIVKLY REMAIN NO , ; LONGER. ' WMKHK UK MAT HK CONBIILTKD. KKOAI 9 TTNTIli 8 P. M., EACH DAV. No Medicines Given I No Surgical Operations Performed ! Chronto Disease Cursd ! Acute Pain Inatanly Believed TIE LIME M! . ; TIE BLUB SEE) ; Til 1EMJEIE! Over Fifty Thousand Operations FIVE Y 123 -A. H. 23 . decltdaolw 1 ' I J AC'S SO If LAHUDON. . JOBKl'H LAMODON. fBEMIPM EABBIAGEMAHFiETORY J. LANCDON A BRO., j Manufcotarera ol t FINK CARRIAGES, KOTKAWAYS, BUGGIES, I'lLTi-TONS, Sl'IUNG WAGONS, Y'ORK WAGONS, SLEIGHS, &0, &V. LATEST STYLE A FINEiT WORKMANSHIP W. W. Phillips' old aland, Noa. 11, U IS S. Ith St. DAVTOIV, OHIO! ltt'Hilrini Dane I'romittlH tt Neatly, ALSO, DEALERS IN HARDWARE, And AAnta for fliehild, Bahman Co'a. lilie aud ksm'Kiar rriMir .alH, ami H,'li.,olef'a KenriKuralora , and fjaver hnur CiioIitm dettlU 7 MIAlai STHF.ET. J. V. NATJERTH & SON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAl.ltltS IN FOREIGN, CANNED and DRIED piiuits. A1J4U, Oysters, Oandiosi ' Nuts, Wlnes,'i OlBaartsi, Ilxro- W orlxjs, 4cM &e,, Ac, J. V. NAURTH SON, dm la Main Hlreel 8TEPHENS HUBER & CO. R E A Li ESTATE AOENTH, U70 & 80 Third Ht. I1AYTON, OHIO, Wlt.t, ATTRN1) TO THKHKI.LINO AND HPT. I Nil of real enlace, limn mouev on tand aod mortiraue make rut ltiinN.aV.. .An. All hiiaiueiui . Iruaied iothein will be latthlully aunded t. BOMBERGER, WIGHT & CO... DAYTON, OHIO, . HANUVACTUKKHa OK THK Broadrup Power Loom. Thin liooin in KiitiHo May oihera, for IJ.htanil Kiar upriur Ut all othr Ibr llMtvy Work. UKUKKH MUUCITRb. dartft-dlm POST & II A NO HETT, ' eraeLmaaui ae aarAiL uvaliu ttr - MA88ILLON, ' oiBlaiolioriy, CHIPPEWA COAL AXCD COKE OHtoa, Bant Third 8l..opK)u Xeaia Deaol, DAYTON, OHIO. deolUlf I J -.X New Advertisements. New Advertisements. Amusements. erES4; IiUl'SS BESTAIRAKT. ' BrLLlARD""HOOMB, Csrncr mt.ln Flrel lu., Dayton, Ohio. eAx.fi Jr " k'5 m' f (HMD. l.tNUR, Proprietor. ' Meals at all Xloura, And th Ub)" will b rurtttnhel wHh fry Hxurj Th Bt 'han't TaMf men from lh rot'tmifco'l man ufM'tortiM of -AuU Ualk aJ Br u oh wick A Bro Cin cinnati, I'ha ItartaanpHlrHl with Winaan'lf.tffanra ofth hoM?Nil hraodH. Iwth formica and rlovtmtlin, ; Oystors, BY THE CAN, Hurt , . IN THE SHELL, CAN ALWAYS II K HAD AT TI.IH IIOl.'HK, ' I D1IHIKU THK HKAHON. i ALSO, GAME OF ALL KINDS. The aitnnaa(e of the pulilm la reaneultnllT aolio tod oVnMII piKVKIl ANU alillR. ' The rnmiul to Mire and preTant fhlanlwaae la riK. n. o. tttmiAhiwoN's SHERRY WINE BITTERS The rAlalirati w KnRl-nl rimdy for Jmirwlfce, f"r noa ahuo, HnirKi iMHin,ft nail nil dttMMAf aiiij( from dltsnHd tumtuh , irirer and Bow ), Thr art lined au t iwoinmtindcd tit lfadi.c nhv icimiM or lha roontrr, and al wttu try Uu m ro oouboa mem luvanmiyitt. rlrf (I per battle. J. N. MAKIMH A no., rincianati. Oliiu, pro MOl.h HV AM. MKII;!NIC DlUiKKA, fN'l'.M.Uw" Turnpike Election. TH1ERR W!f,L UK AN RI.KriOf fTFI.h AT Kariy'a Iltt in W-t A I- xandnn, on Mnn.Wy ttioRlhdavol Jnuuary, lixA, to rlvi fl- ilinwlorH or in itaytnn aitti weMUrn lurtipikn Iloal tJuinitmiy u wr kit mm mi-iiiuff ytmr. ItvamirU, . A. MJNI.AP. Pn't, Wl4-wJt Turnpike Notice. qillR HTOOKHOI.MCHH IN TH MIAMIHHHHf. and OnLArrtll. Tuniniki Uoinp,ny am hrtl.y wiiusmm iu smm - miv wmr f ui j. I', nil llna . r , in Mmmmhiiru, Ohio. o Mondnv. January 8. lHrtrt, at I o'clock r. M., for th purnoft of ltolin aeraa i j hi rr-'ior 10 itvrva in fDfuini( ymr. dMdawtt . yMUKUK A. OHOVK, IVim DisBolution, , . I IHK HaIiV1 N OF O0-PARTHli4Mlll-THR J i-tn-partnArHhip, irUrore exinlMUi; tmtr. HifinoK iaiik aim -rin.iamiB bbimm, unier lha nam ami Arm of njr.a A Mhiphla, waa diriiwdviHl, by mutuaJ ooniwnl, DM-fnir 13, lKJit. Mr. LaiLa will tsoatiou Imam a (ha Hrtfrnnt ntand in th hatiemoiii of tha 4ra flouaa, and will uiiia an m couuia pnuuioft 10 u lata hrm. dwU llw LANOK A HiJHl&HLE Farmers Take Notice. T AM PUItiMNQ TRA(1 HAW MlLfjH AT BOM I RARfJIH. 1WIHT At O'H.. ItAiur Work-, ol two pattern, nno to attach to othor iiownr, and tlM othr ooinhtnod 1 hf draft in thin mwh na In Imh than iwrn ainbhle plowinfc in ooiiHpi.caof ihft two pit mi an n hwiKing on a aw n. wlm-h hivm a rmkinu motion ta the kmw. which la no nafAMmrv in (tent and oany ouUtna. iwo handaoolv raiiuirad. Th teudar mm saw unvaa. ouu lora oiuiur. JAKVIOABR. dnoUaU . Iatoq. Ohio. Southeast Market-house. NI-TU'K. ALL Tff OHK WHO flllHHCRIBKD TO thartouilmaiitrrn M-trkttt-houM art hrhy noti- nea inai iitAir rmi aiiKHiut ot kiMMnnpiiou ar turn dim. They will plftHiw mill at ri.ilhp Valta'a, Treaa. Hy order ol tha Board of rurti'trirM, 1tlll.f2taw4t A. l. AH Lu. H. c Amusements. Wholesale Clothing. lUlTIIINO. FIVkE, UEBKE & (J0., n x ivk ax isr r tjPihbt Itaytaa, Ohio, are now orPKitina A LARttK STOCK Of , , ' - Clothing; Cloths, . Cassimares, Testings, Traveling Shirts, , Under Shirts, Drawers, . ; , Knit Jackets, . Ken's Snspenders, . Boys do. ... ... Linen and Paper Collars, '' . ' Ac, &e., Ae ' To all ot which we wools Koapocla fallr CALL THK ATTKNTION Or MEROHAN TB ' Whoa Vleltlnf thla fltorkat. , F1NKE, BEBEE & CO m Mala Sfreat, between Third ami rourth, aepA,llmatnw lATTON, OH KM Amusements. Wholesale Clothing. Legal. Tofha TrotNiU Courtof Montgomery. Oo, Ohio. , Dunn in Dwyar, Adm'rofWm. KUy,do'il, M. ' Marv Polar, widow, thmlal rol of thm niaist nt Iowa, KIIo Kolay iDtartnarriod with - Hnlllvan of Hutw oi HHNk.miiKiu, Mary roly iuUrntar itml wiili John Barrett of OHRihridu mty, Ulala of Indiana. John Koltny othaflt-ta of fiidlaimanl (i naltua Kolav of thw omintv of Mnataomrr. Ohm and lha unknown htira of run d William Koly, dM, ara hmijy tntomiad that on tho iMh day ofS)it4m r, IMA, aaid administrator hlfd bl )aMtion in tha HndHOMOourt of Moatimmarv uotiniv. tihln. tha i. ot aod orayar 1 whtH'h paiition In to ohtam an ohlr A. on tha iHtfe day of January, ikon for lha ni.n .nontot dowar af ilatharina Kolwy, lha widow of Mud William Voley, dto'd. and for tha Mala of iha Oillow lug raal aatala, Mlnatol ia tnaftniintyofHhaihy, In tlm HuU u Ohio, of wbMihtha aald datwaMod died moimmI to wit: Tha aouih half offtia want hall of th aouth aatrt qnartwof atM'tioa Q lownvlup $, H. rrac A aaat, I containing forty acroa mora or In, to pay Ut daU ! of a ddaoaaaad. DRNNIB rWTRR. Adro'r, of Wm. VoUy, W, d Aiw A DM t MlMTHAtOK'0 IKri'lOtt. KM 4 Mil M (L llthMUaappointd AdrainiHtrator of lan M Millar, dttraaaad, laio td Van Mura 'I'awoahip. Monmviaarjr tlwuuty, Ohio. ioriiis.il KOtlTOB'H NIriOK -All petwoa. tntareated u if oeeaoy aoiineil that Uie underniiined haa thl. w w, ' "in , iieueaae,. J PKANUIB U. UBLPBIOR. 1 Moy.'alavM.ltW. 1 aurWaM ' IX'KEL HALI-j , , toiupllmfntary Soiree, Mimical, Dramalie anil Tartclioreai,rir the la..NI of CIIAHLEK HILL, Temlaiwl him by the leedlng elliuaa or Da rum. Tweadar, . in. '6,1. Will lie trarntl Bl.n-hi-'i beautiful lilalorral J" drama of CIIAKI.t- Xlltli; Or, The Kiittlo of MtrtilmiiKl. tiiiHoir Hie e in, lha Kociefy Harmon... who hurek.e.llj nliintnered Mielr eemre. nn tliia oi.-a-Minn, will ama iwo of their moat popular pieuea, in liiTiwan uU KiiRltah Halla.l. 'Twat Merry la the HM."..... rtharlea Hill f Miae Leon a . Kitranl from DoniCM Jerrold'i ni,At:K-KVl;i HUSAN. WU'M!n.;"- Mr OharteeHill With Die oriicmal aonr "Bound Prenliee to a Heart let Bhip." and a "O nolo Sailor llnrnpipa," with M laa laotta, ae eaeoated hjr Mr. Bill upwaMofM o ahiemtna Surrey Thaemr, Ixtadon, and tbroiuti eul Inliul, Auirica,ainl Uaaada. After whieh, Hie laoxliahle faro, ealitled, JrlAN WITHOUT A ItKAO. Kevnrite aeni;.... Mlaa Fannie Aleene The whole loeonrlnde with the erreemiiiK larra of M1SCIIIKF MAKING. I'ni'ea of Aimiien-rrena 01 le and Paniuetie, Mranla. Uallary . oenla IWra open al aiirrknr to 7 o'- look Incotnmenre at ItD'olnea. . C LlMJCfS HALI Select Literary and Muniuil ENTERTAINMENT. PXIKTIO AND (IRAMAT1C RtAMNUS. COM I" I.I M ENTAR Y BENEFIT TO ' Htff IHD Kr.VHr.K. cr,EGas HALT.. Siitunlny Kveiilntf Ic. it'.l, I H4l. Mra. H. A. Perry, tha talented ami popular Trage dienne; Mlaa Leona, Uia youu and aruempliahad Oantathi-e and t ommedienne; Mr. uhartaa Hilt, the .terhna veteran ..ilor, and Mr. Willi.- Henderaon ikn raronui Couraliau, will aipear en thia ooaaainn, thy t annK, ia roniUD. lion with all the mambera of the Ouera Hnuae tympany (throuah tha kind oourtrar t b Kraalericka, K.q ), iaoal kindly Tolunleerml tlwir .alnalae aarr eee. Mr. Kayaer wo M ht( leave to etl.r tli :ollowinn ohaiee aad beautiful anlerlinna from innuy of the heatpoete: PROORA'MMR-PiaT Piaar. nilua' f)rHtlon,Hlukeauere Howard Keyaer llrake'a Ode to the Amirioan ri.K Mra. Terry, aa lha Ueddeaa of f.ilwrly The Volimteer'a Pnaver, KiHrner Howard keyapr The lintani of Kiuiene Aram, Huod Oharle. Hill caintrt"In llaiiy Moment. ' (from the (l.re of a'antana). ......... Miaalena The Loat Hoir (roiei") Hood Willie Henderaon CharKe of the Li(hl;Briadd nt Sal. aklnra. Tennyaoo..., Howard Keyaer Ohoio.MuaiiMl tima...H ., Py toe tlrolieatra -. . Paav BaoaMa. The M.niec (ia ehaneter) Monk Lewia, ... Mra n A. Perry AddroMato Oreene, llyroo Uoward Keyaer The beautiful H.llal, the "Spanieh Oranire irl" (hy special rerpinat) Mlaa l-eoee ingen on the Khinn (Re. Mra Norton) H Keyaer Tragical tteleetlon frum Metamora (a la Ifli II Uf.ltl. . . 1 . . .... -. mine neoueraoB Mhendan'a Ride to Wlncheater. T. B. K' ed M ......Howard Keyaer ADKIHHIOM 7.. ..rT. fit) OMti TleketH may ba broiurAdat the office, of the Phil lip. aud Pkown Houaai, at the pniM'lial aloraa, anil at th. Hall on the evening of the performance. won open at T o'clock. Oyertnr. .1 1 o'clock. Amusements. Wholesale Clothing. Legal. Medical. y $ $ $ $ y ? ? t ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM THt (IBRAT RIMBI1Y FOR THK (MIKB ir CONSUMPTION lAWttAtL PIHKARKLi 0V THK LI NUM., THK RKHdlr OR ITH ITflE ISA PROOF Or ITS Itrftat alua. The astraonllaary rwUtnu prowr UftHol tins rnioly a- o&riiutfJ hy alt tho who ha? nuad it. Thair totnuony will ha fnand in a pamphlet, which ttau b had of tha ajtant whera tho iiumIioibo in iinm1. OOIIOHH ANI not, It. howvr dlrfiMiinf .,, brokoaupin an Inrrt-ddila aliort time, hy raumng a upatulto tnflumi on tha lmfp, aothal tho matter and phlrtfin ara oanily xiM'toraixt Al J,KNB I.1JNO BAlAAM coiiUlnn no nniiim in Any form It In pilfN-Uy hannloaa fur tha moat doto rata child. , HNH(IMITtVR8 would tin waII tort-ad hia Traa tiM upon liiiMMutod Lunga. -(t iaa flood ramody. Try It. For aala br th Propn flora, J. N. ilAKBIH A 00., CinulajuUj. O, . VtM 91 pr belli. Bold by Modicina Daalara throujfhaut tha city fuud country. octldawtf , DR. STEVENS & CO IRIVATN blflKAGM ODRRD IN TMKHIHRTWT nomr4aMina.atth4Aiielnrmtl itOCM Honnital. 14 WMt t hird xtrmt, tmtwmtu Wa.aitt aad Vina, up h intra, without Uia nam al Marour. 1 a ol mr Br. WTIiVKNH.liyRnmlftl itndy aod axporlanoa In nalroaprtalii of fcatmnora,' London and Parm. ia i tblod to tiarrao taMi a cura in th moat oornrtti- 1 naaaa. Kat-aot mm f ionorrhM or HvnhiUa mrad m a few dava. witiMMit ehaaaa of diac. l.it.4 ranee horn lnirinea ttMiondary Myphiliaiha laat ?aMtiRam'iiuaiat with wit the um of Morrury. VK'timi of ft)lahuMP aud a khmmiva vHhrv. -(iraar. iiiK Iron HVaat4rrba, aad oe of phywral and mental powr, lndi-tioa or OontU fiat ion, nip-uon,;N-rf(m- Cough, Uypo)hondria, Au.. arotroatd for LiVHr Oomplaint I)yaiaia. and 4'mumrUon, iunorat innn. who miHtaka tlia itiii ii.r n- raiiM of tha vil,aud tha mulUply boih. . , Married man, aad Ihone conlnniplatiHit mai'riaii x hou I d rtsr Tior t thvii bod.a andraind ara lliey antall nuaary and diiuiaaa upon thona of thair M)Hlrity , . i -j , . ( Mhmhh tMuliar to famalaN lratd. A our mr- nuiterd in aliiwaea. 1'arnoaaat a diataara uromMlv iirud. ti? addntanina. with trtlatamant of oemb. Iir. HTM.V.,ttiH., 14 Waa laird. ar-H. Owoia, Mno. om. hour from A, Mi I U'l Bnndaya to II A. M, d- y4 Amusements. Wholesale Clothing. Legal. Medical. Miscellaneous. KOI. HALE.' " AT I'klAMUBKll fl (JABAI, BPOT, . r . -, ., rUIXOA Y.IMX'KMHKIt n, hhH, . larae lot of . Wronhl Iron Hhaffina, ' Wnmahl Iron Holt., at Iroa Moaee and Pulley.,' ' ,. , . '" taiaitaaa.! . ,t ,n . , 1 alao, tour to l I Hundred fU tj Biii.a a a ..j" iarhr. wide. Haven ftin'ldar Rawa from Ua i thirty tku i- . Hehnc Turner and Aw. 'I crm. i!aili. nn delivery. Pruprrly t ! reiuaved I.Hnad.ately Ilayton, December 1S.1IWD. U. W. OHMOKN. deoli-dtt fpHB MKKirmuu tim th. TtrilTiiMli mom mnr ('nin)i hv,ii..i - i.i.....i i ..i ur ttameiiibar 11, laad. r""J" " ' "nunii, iMyauaonanlanarMaudav JOHM H TOPPMLICAN.Bo.