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Per mk. ( ayeMA U Harrier.). . I Bjr null, per aaaum, la advene ... T w WEEKLY EMPIKE. le eoey per annum .. mw Ik BMPiKaotriiiMifro(pt(MKia moat fomary county. PaymAal in ad vane iu all caeea.-a JOB PRINTING. 1 (H every dencrtptloa, eieonled on BWn PrAe. I Hi beat tvle, and M reaeoaaU prion. Kraplre Balldlaa;, Na. 110 Ml Piano Fortes. O. J. WII.LARD, Ml RRVItWAY, NSW VOKK, Piano Forte and Music Dealer, W0l,AAt.B AOAAT ro A.. Paad naaranaaa, , Hii, mHKva at ww, ihcr Flretila amd Ot PIAJSTO FORTES, ' AM ' HAHiRT. NRBnBAV J CVS NKW PARLOR ORm. MBiai'KOtfS, CHURCH HARMON.. VUi, MUalCTKACUKRH AND DSALRRH WILLBS FURNISHED VT TH iHKTMtTStO, lu.triiclion Hook, Pieno'A, OrgAOA or Melo on, Wholesale Prlnee. . Nem Mulc, Bent to mi sjdreaa, free nl postage, on raaclpl of price. Composer. Pries, U1.IAM d 11 Onn a .ml Chorua, by.... Wm P Bredhury 3 Oar nobl chief Iiaa Pasasa A wAT, ah Kulogy on ilia , Lieeth of Abraham Lin- aoln. bv J H ThomM II'A All UplB Dili,'.? Tuokw.... 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Bnart'A Aoha Ida. .L Ardit . .....Oco. Wm. Warran.... Km. Katu.ner-.. , Th. oitn........-. a ...... Ch. Wala . Oeo. Wm. Warren. jAHna MADna....HW.M. A ....Wm B Alln....... 30 ......Jean BiannA . ArJil......... Blaa Brilliantly Arrad by .B Klltaaer............ MarcKet anil Quicktttepn. Lineoln Fananl Maroh IrnMrml Manih from Don He. baaUaa.. Oh. Fradel a Manh HongroiAa.... U Woll an hau pl.... Maroh Tr(omphala........Dr. Parabaau......... March. Moalaagnna.U MajhAr....... 1 Variation!. Baantilul Dream Ar. A I Gail ma not back from the :i i BaholeeABhoreM.w..,H..., ' . ear mother lraoein boaaA to lia. " Dear mother Ia ooma home to pi I,.. n aroba........ LAAigaa'A Bail .A BaumAch.. Bend for IUnatreled Hrlaa Llatof Inatramanta and Catalogue of Maw Muaio. Addree oraera O. J. W1LLARD. Wbolaaala PIabo Fnrtaand Muela Dealer, Mo Broad war, aw Tork. JvUdl '-xsaawmaW ' ' Piano Fortes. Dry Goods, Notions, etc. TDESER. WALKEK & MUSES VBOLMALS WiUII I DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, A Tailor' A FarnlttMng Oooda, Tim. 19, Trmare Ofaral Heaiae, Dnyton, Ohio. Order from aounlry dealer raapeetully aoliitad . ootlAdawU. Merchant Tailoring. NEW GOODS AND NEW STYLES. HENRY MICLElt, MERCHANT , TAILOR WOULD Bid lAV B TO INFORM BIB F0RMF.B ouatomara Bad tha aublie n aaaera) that tea aaoiaaad hia Mamhaul Tailor KataHiehment in toe new room m Huatoa Bmldiag, Me. tWI Third Atraet, one door eeat ol Jalairaen atraat. UIA gooaa re of IbA nneat and beat la the market. Ma youretteauua to hia which oanaot be aurpaaaad for taate or qwauty. Oooda will be made up In iha lateet and beat style, and warranted to it. A lull aaaortment of dew Furniahiag Uooda alwaya on hand. 1 hare a general and wall aeleiited alack of lh f Arj beat tualltP aleatatylaW BKAPY MADB Ot-OTHINQ, er Utaae who eanaot wait aa hare olothmg mad erdec. AUJ a.k iw giro me e total, end i will nwni miiiLialp. VOL JII. DA YT0N, O ; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 18G5. NO. G5 AUVEHTISINO BATES, T Ts7 T- a wfidonYtiiaerten I One aouara, (etahty worda. aol TS I 60 una aonare, I nr.. neve, una square, one w.bk Cna aq' are, one month , M,. One aquare, three monthA...... HHH... One AqiiAie, aix moniha Hw.., I ro an 10 CO 1 00 IN WEEKLY. One equere, (e ihty wordA,) one week , I I 0 reraquara, eai-n aaaa in audition.....-.. M) Per .qiiare, one yaa ,.. In on AAT Terma for adver'iaemanta ocoiiovrna a araater apace, or frir a InnKAr period lhAn Aliovn .prnfl.d, made known At tha Counting Room. All Advert!, m.n'a arectiarRad ai Iha above nita., arleaaa written agreement ia made prwvtcu. to lna.rticn Cincinnati Cards. MONUMENTAL. OYSTEK CO., W I L L I A M" TAYLOR, BALTIalORB. M D. Fresh Can and Keg Oyster ' MBUKIVKI DAILY BY KXIRKSS. 1 "' Also, Cova and Sptoad Oysters. Clema,' lsvbftter., ricseie, aaiie itofi 4eiueA, ror- ijrn Frulte, S. E. Coruor Filth itud Viue 8treet, rt,4dawtf (I.NCINNATI.DHIO. HARLSS C DOHERTY 4 CO., IkTPORTKRS AND JOUBKRS OP MILLINERY GOODS, BONHETS, RIBBONS AND SILKS, 7 Race Street, Comer of Uulon, Between Mil Third, . . dMHawtr' " ' ' om innati,'6hio!' CHARLES HOFER. . W1ICILKHA.I.B DKALBK. IN -r.,1 Bourbon and Bye Whisky, No. 248 Walnut Htreet, deidAWtfi , CINCINNATI OHIO. M.THOMPSON, ' UMBRELLA, PARASOL AD Walking Cane Maniif 'artery, ho. 1(7 Main HI. bat. Fourth A Filth, CINCINNATI, - - OHIO. Repairing Promptly Attenaa to. decl3dlaw-lrw ADAM CEIS. Mnttrass and liedding MANUFACTUREB, NO. 65 FIFTH 8T, BET- WALNUT AND V INK, riiwhitinti. Olito. ' ' ' SUPERIOR ROODS WILL BE FURNISHED TO ORDER AT ' MODEKATE l'UICEH, von City and Country Trade. danadly - t ' Billiards. WILLI BILUIKU SALOON. raH R ftttmclioai hftys ttaa nrrt j lwuma4 by tw mam hJ iahm hi puurm nnuu wnn mrunt- Mnoration Ma renuinff oi iihi wnMMiaiiiiw adult. H is Uuuikftil fttr pm fttvors sjd soltctu r unn ta tf iiuiaaio a IV ,(ru ac lrl9md Tailoring Goods, etc. HANDSOME AND ECONOMICAL ELEGANT STYLE F Fall and Winter Fabrics, CUSTOM TRADE Beckcl Kuildinj?, Jefferson St., AnOVI illlUU. I am now in rwolpt of Mew and BlAgant Styles of Cloths, Cas8lmere8, Yestlngs and Overcoatings Wkich 1 wltl tiYtt mads In th moil fluhionablc styisa, mo mi m Mr OldCustomsrs.and ths publlo generally, sr mn-ea to leave intnr iiwwurti. I havewiearM ihe eer?ies or Mr. thomapj cib. MR NTH. who Is Mpuled to mom l thhai Cutlers in tKak rMfaaainN . Mifhir. My Htook of Ueni's Vurnlskln, Ooods 1 i slettant sad Am pi, and ! hsY everything lu the hoe wntob gentleman ran aeitire. Hill im bickj iavbiiu9 ni 7 t:a. Hau nrnru mj prtvaa, 1 hmii uounaeow oaa uieaeeaii amuw. . J. 8. CirARCH. oeuadtf " Jeltoraoa lla.abore Third, Gold and Silver Goods. I be eelle Tale e1 And te ee GOLD ANb SILVER GOODS TH B OLD KElulA BL.E HOUSE. P. A. LAFEE, Ho. 110 Third Street. Dartoa, Ohio, HAS JUliT KKTIIKNF.li FROM MBW YOBK with a auoarh aaaortmant of extra a-oeda in hit Iiaa, aonaiAting of tlie Urgeet aad moat elagaot alocK ot GOLD AND SILYER WATCHES. and Aaa lewotrv. too numeroue to tnanuoe in detail Mi. arransamani wiin iinporwii anQ manumcumr. ia audi that NO ON B aan underaall him in the aama iiaa and quality of good., w holaaale or Katail I'baae who are aiiiiiaiDiad Wlih hia ciimimalaDoaa and Dual aaaa at home, !are Beere that no )ewe!er, Ka U.'UB, ru ulord to Ball at the Aema low lronle Suarantaea to hia gooda, lor the peat nfteen year. iat he baa bean in buaineaA here, hare been auru pulotialr mat. Theaa are Outa know to tbouaaada. Tlia euhMiriliar alao h.a, among atuar aupei MwJ.i. ilul.nii.t. A&cellent aaanrtmAot ol On Glaaaaa, aome ol tham aa high an twal ve-gleea fcioua. SHEFIIEUD'H PKKMIUM OOM PENS. Alan, the uueat atyla ol Fraaoh ManUe Clock., Aw. AO.. AO. f. Call in And Aiamlne. Ooedi warranlad aa Aold dooldAW'iin . P. A. LAFKI. TAOtIB WKTBRIOB T'8 KHTATB. NOTIOII ,1 Im ImmIm Miha lh. uadaraieiiAd haa thla day b.a aauomlad adminialratora of the attate ef Jaoob WayljriKhl, lai or moaigomary eoua7, wuai oaaaad. by tha Probate Oourtnf aaid oouuly. Moi . leaa. JOrtKI'H WkVrlRIOHT, OIWWM , r JAUO W !"- Haoaah. AJioa Creamer, M Oommo IT William Jami Orar. J0' Montgomar, Oo., vkriLLIAM Jama Oreamer. wboee reetdea W nnkaowalanoUflailUiat Hannah AlloeOreamer did on tlia lath dy of Haptamhar lwiA, nia net pew tl..n Im Um eSU Bl ftOB UK. Ot LA. ueUII Ol UOW.BBB. Plaaa within and lor thaaouaiy of MoeHromery aad oauaofOhio, ohaririug tha aald William Jamea Oream mr m.lti tulLarT with a lonu iiaknown to the aaid neuiionar and alao ohvgiua him wuh grow negleot OI auty towaraa nar hh pauuunar aaaia him .i. ui.7 oa divoroed from the aaid William Jamaa Creamer, which petition will etuvl lor beanon at tha nail term efaaMUOUn. . nannan aiauf VM.." ilr mmm Char, her AMunay, . eew4 Gold and Silver Goods. Real Estate Agents. JAMES KELLY. Beal Estate and Loan Agent, Ki. K. Cer.t Mlaln mm Tfcirel uta., Bntramie on Third Rtraet, nRlawnl ' ! Onw. - STEPHENS HUBER e CO. iIi;ai. kstatk aoknts. " I a jDAVTUN, OHIO. WlT.t. ATTKND TO TUBHKI.HHO AND BUT IBM rf raal aaaOa, Ineti nieaay an- liond and mnrlirftee n akarollfofinx. A1. .AC. All burinAA ,n-. nnrlirftee n akarollforinx. At. ,C. All Mir ,raUft IqlhAia will heiAtthiuliy attawla' te Mt:t LENTZ & APPLECATE. RKAI, KS'l'ATK At 10 N TH mo in Third ajtreel Nertk Hid ' BtWON (imr). Gold and Silver Goods. Real Estate Agents. Business Cards. BOMBEROER, WIQHT & CO., DAYTON, OHIO, V - MAN DFACTURRBB OF TBI Broadrup Power; Loom. Thifl Loom in KqiultoMyottwrn.'or Tiiht ttntl Kar Buptrior to all others for Hmij Work. - - Oft nUMS BOtlCITRD. THOMAS & BECK. DKAI.KHA IN Coal, weed, l,lnae,4:eBnelt Ac Produce OH CANAL, BELOW TBIBD STB1KT, , Darton, Ohio. not du w. r. naacHBTr. POST & HANOHETT, WHOLMALI AW MTAIL DSALIM I ' MASSILLON, " YovLgIilc8;la.oiay", CHIPPEWA COAL AND COKE ORIee, But Third St., oppoaite Xaala Depot, DAYTON, OHIO. daoltdl' . "l-i '' " " JACKBON LANODON. JOHKPH LANODON. J. LANCDON BRO., Manulncturer ef FINE CARRIAGE. ROOKAWAYS, i UUUIilEh I'U-WIVNSS, WRING WAOON.S. , YORK WACiONV SLEIGHS, 40, &d i LATEST STYLE a FINEST WORKMANSHIP W. W. Phillip.' old .land, Noa. 11, U A IAth 81. DAITtKl AHIUI lUtpairing Dane Promptly fl Nealf ALSO, DEALERS IN U ARUWA RE, Andagrnla for Ulaliolil, Bahmah A Oo'.. Fire and aturgiar rrool aafna, anu Heuooieya Keirigaraiora and Lager Hear Oooler. Ieeir TH MAIM NTKEET. Notions. n o. oak. o. A.aor.a. . w.. lirrua. UAIN, DOVER & IllPPAKDi ' WnOLBBAI. BBALBAA! Foreign and . Domes tio Notions, PA TNTO"V GOODS, sHU aad Eaat Hacaad 8t. DAYTON, OHIO. IT14. Hotels and Saloons. SCH AEFFER HOUSE, GEKMANTOWN, OHIO. TUB UNDBR8I0NBD BAVINO PURO0ABRD thla Hotel, would raap'Otrully .blorrn the public that he la rantting th aame, and It ia hl laleation to leave notbinguntooA that will add to th comfoil of h a Ktiaata. The patronage of the publlo taraA- pVUHUIIV IVIKIiei. oeoair ,usb o . .r.iiubn. FHILXIPS HOUSE ' . '. PAYTONi OHIO. LI ' f.i J THB ahore wall know Bonae, having renantly rhanaed ha ida. ia now oueo.and uodergoinaex tenai ve elter.tiona and imnrovementa for the eoeomo datioa of the trave Ing puhho. No palna will ha .pared to make tha Ptiiniaa nonaa, aa haretolnra, m Ate y reaoeoi, a FIHHTi;uar.s hii ki.. iAlaif 1. T. BABKKB, rrop r. PHCENIX HOUSE, Third Blreet, Daytan Ohla. ' A. BPAXfi, Ageat. ' my IS hntal haa ranentlT been nnaned. and IA r J. pared to wtaoilau lraflr Aad Uia pnLhf generally in tue oaaiatria. m mi i m MIAMI HOUSE, MIAMiaBUKQ, OHIO JACOB HOHTHEH, , JPeFrtor ' BUCCKBBOR TO II. D. BLACK. rrHK nraaata nMBMator haa AUad na thht .yel I known and popular Hotel in the beat atyla, aad lanoF pre aared to eeroavnodAM e0 , who tkia uuiay git. turn A call. 1 A . ..''.' . . . A huge .labia and yard r attached to the Hotel, Tha patronage of the puMIe ia reapaelfully aoIm FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL (rVwrlr LafV Uaw.f : t Third (t., Norta aide, Jil.l Baat of J.Suree Bireal, DAYTON, OHIO JOMM A. MIIIRM. . a . Praprleter " MfmUy fa. Fbraatr. ead Afapeeetai. dkcoad . . Aitreat. ao ioaver afutel ) rllA HOTEL HAA THOROIIOHLT RKNO- V AIM 11, and rahirniahed, and will be keptaaa flrat elaaa hotel in all It. deuartmaele. BoanlioK by tha meal, iay, or weew. uaa .lama on ine premieea Omniruaaea rue M aea irem we iepot. nomidlm r , . . . NATIONAL SALOON, Na. ia. Wait llh BtreeA. Clm Bight bpleadid Uilllard Tablee f our (plendid Tea flhAlaa IJonora aud Witiaa aJwava on hand J. F. Ui NAVLE, rrarrleter. el. ar. aviamw. Baft, . , , m BI1BARB win OF HUPBRIOR Oil auty 111 be eonauuiuy gopt on head lor MeduiaJ eerpoeas, ey a. eereeae, eppeaaa Vuat tlaaUteala l; , ., W.J. hklLHOK. 01 ir Bout AIM Hotels and Saloons. Professional Cards. E. THOMPSON, Atiornoy and Notai-v, PAVTON, OHIO. WILL ATTFND ' TO A Lit BTISINRSa ItN THUd'l BO to him with diligence, promptiwaa. and nAra. flloe on Third atraat. over Lebenahuraara' Clolhina fttora. uorildAwlv WILMER H. BELVILLE. . -ttorn. io v at Law, n, k. ajar, main aaa i ntra at., KntntnoAcn Third Btrrat, nnB6dAa3m ; , . ( t . . TUtto. oio. ' ODLIN A CAHILL. 1 Attorney! and ' Connselon at Law, Uermaa'A Malldtaa;, Third atreet, 1 falAdawlf ' ' PATTON. "HIP. WILLIAM H.CONOVER.' Kagistrate 'of Madison Tbvnship, Wl I.I. ATTKND TO DKAWINlt AND IIS buowledgtng feeda, and tbe oolleiitloD of na. i i i. aluo ornnaratl to attend to tha drawtnaof in. sirumania or writing, oorreotly, at abort nniira tWiatt O. L'WB. OA BOA V, WAHKATW. ' LOWE & NAUERTH. Attorneys at Law ' iayt;on, ohio. BUS I NEW TRAttHAOTED IN GERMAN AMD Krennh. orrica orar nickava Bookatore, Third atreel. nuriUkt;lm J.J. BELVILLE, Attorney at Law AND 1 11 NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFIOF. ! Twrner'a Opera Baaaa, ,, i avium No. 3, Haiind Kloor, noWIW DAYTON, OHIOL C. L. V A L L A N D I C HA M , , Counsellor at Law, IIAYTUJI, OHIO. WILL PKAOTICM llff THE SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. Ovm; Tai.hrr's 0era Mouse, ;Rnom No. 3, Becond ffioof . noTiatt osoaai w. noon. eim a. I'lAROf, HOUK & McMAHON, Attorneys at Xitiw, ' "' dayton, omo. ' Orrme, No 8 Third Street, Eaat of Main. Physicians, Surgeons, etc. H. SCHOENFELD, M. Da MlfimiribaFg, Ohio. flUK EH PI.KAHUKE IN ' ANNOUNCING THAT, j. neamgrewnuy aetnrnea rrom a viatto Europe, he will reaiime the practice or Medicine m M lamia. wirv t'fiio. Aa haravdbre, alt , MOfoerional Valla li1 b preotpuy atiesd-4 lo.. . . deiiidawlm DR. E. JENNINCS. IjAaa real Burgeon Camp Dennleoa, offer, bia aar- ricea aa . . , PHYSICIAN AND 8UHOEON to the eitiaana of Dayton And vicinity OFl'ICK-Na. 57 l.n.llaw St., belweea ua;ana4th, Whore ha may ha found at all noun. Rarerencea Dra. J. C. Beera. J. Davia. I. W. Utelrlch, aemiu. DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, ' 111 K CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, WILL HKAL THK 81CK WITHOUT medicine, ran TWO MONTHS ; At Goodwin Hopan. rormrly lwAy I Houaa, IIAVl'ON, OHIO, . Omce bonra from tolSA M.. and from 1 to A I'. M The ponr will be liberally conaidrrtl. Groceries. WOCAMAN, SMITH 6t CO., 1 AVnoleAsale CrocerH, No. 28, Main 8tret, Opera Building OAVTON, 'OHIO TTAVBOlKTANTl Y N HAND KU rX oontnlele slock of GroCajtts, Nuls Fish, To ncM. mod rverrottier Article nelrii (ut in the whole eale grooerv trtvfle. HeTtus rroently remofed to our new rooms, we here flfeetiy jBcreeerd cur ft took. Mid sw rooniR, we nTe lireeuy iecreesa e DreiMtrtd to lill ell orders iiroiuDtlr, rfirta to bu km orders promptly, i rMDectfbllvaoiJl the eit?Etinu of c We reitpectftilly4Wl the etteEtinu of city snt1rmiii trr deeUrs to our Hew strx'k of srroceries. eetiiitieii theiweoen nrn utenn iwreios ne uy ue euuiD ex eoji (woer iMuee io toe uuy , noTunt J, B. GILBERT CO.. l leV!. t aA IV i , W , fOItETOJ AND DOMESTIC Groceries ' and Licmors, B OB. TA AND Tl JEFFF.RBON HTRgkT. OPPOSITE manan, nuimr. 111, NEW WHOLESALE GROCERY, , i AT Kaal.lyA Molntyre'aoidalaad, US Third Bt. WOCAMAN, SPIELM AN A Co WHOLESALE UROCEKH, ARB NOW 0PKN1N0 A LA RGB AMBCIBMBRAL aaaortmant of all km, la of Oroeenea aaitahla Air the eoiiatry trade, 'lealars era re.neotflilly l oa it ad to give thata analf. 1 1 . I r i,f"""" IHHt. FRESH NBA. GROCERIES TVVKBF FAMILY DaWIRMH HOOD FRF.SH (IRO fj aenea.aa' we would rem lad all pereona inter e.led te glvenaaoall. . CANNED FBTJIT8 Weetera Peaahee, Plnma, Rtrewhemea, Quince TomaliiA. Bleak barriea, aad Chemee) thewe hav ' I . Hplre and Cove Outturn, atao.aa aaaortnaeet of Jelliee, Middlelewa Bami aA fchouldera, Lampe aad Ooal Oil, Buaara aadCoAiee, Ptckiee, apuiee, Faney Hoap., Ae.t In feet everyth'BA thai the merkale afford thai ladealrable. To Toilers Ohewera we would aay we keepthebaatartieleof Fin, Out that oaa ha had. Ooma one, corneal!, aad whatwaoaado. at'lNTlKB A BAIKIl, Aaltdawaf . - Maiat.,a doorobalew Market J- Kdkh N0TI0K.-RKUBBM LA NTT. WHOflB J reaideaee fa unknowa, la aotifled that Ahoy tali, did oa the (Ala day al November. IAAA, tie her petition ia the oluoe ef the Clerk ef theOoart MMiimon Iteae. wtthia aad tor Ilia county ef at one. cautery and HUte ef Ohio, energiag the bbmJ Neuual Laala wiih ahaadoarneat and groea neglerd uf duty la ward aaid Abhy LaoUkaud aakiag to be divoroed rroe thA Aaid Reuben Laoie. whiuh ueotiobwiM ataad tor heeriag Al theAnrtl fcerwoi aelaouun. Leoember I. Issi. , ABBT LABTB. . i .l THE DAILY EMPIRE H. EL ROBINSON, PURLISIlER AND I'ROPRI ETOR. TJayton, Oliio, Wednesday, December 20, 1865. The President and Senator Sumner. The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald Is responsible for the following : i A rich Interview took place lietween the President and Senator Hmtiner on the even ing after the message was rend In (Con gress. It ltrl tur auroral hours. There were three or four person present. Sum ner is repreaoseiited as having been very nervous. Homo of those present thought lie would go Into a fitat two or three dlll'er eut periods of the nonsiiltation. At mi v rate his actions justified the application of tun term oi being a moiunnaiilae in reearo to tlie negro. Finding himself unable to move the i'resiuenu lie nnallv broke out as iouows: Mr. President, I notice that the white rvbelsdown lu Alabama and other locali ties in tlie South are talking very strong agninst tlie union, and Ueiiouncliig It In strong terms; can you not do something to put a stop to it, r Tlie President coolly replied : 'I sen, Mr. Sumner, that tlie white rebels In Boston are talking agninst the Union. Can't you put stop to it mere r Tins confused the Senntor for a short, time, but alter twisting in his seat for a short t ime lie again broke out as follows : Mr. Johnson, the reports from the South show that the white rebels In almost every section are insulting the frcedinen. Don t you think that Congress ought to do some' tinnir Co correct tins eviir The I'resKicnt, wltn a signincant wink to the other gentlemen present, replied : "Mr. Sumner, I notice by the papers that the White rebels in t uiciimiit t have been recent ly Insulting white people there and knock ing down one or two. Can't, Congress do omeintng to correct mat evil r" it is needless to aim unit tlie slay or the Massacntisetu negro monomaniac at the White House was of short duration after that thrust. - The Colored Man's Congress. ' The CohgrcAs now In session at Washing ton Is legislating more exclusively for the African brethren than for Its white constit uents. Witness the proceedings: Mr. Julian introduced a bill to extend the right of suffrage in the District of Columbia w n ten was reterrea to (lie committee of tlie District of Columbia. Mr. Delano Introduced a joint resolution for an amendment to the Constitution. making It the duty of each Stat to provide lor tne rtgnnui pursuit or nappiuesg oi all the til habitants, without uistiiictton ot color or race. Referred to Committee on Judiciary. Air. Stevens introduced a joint rcsolu Hon rironosinir an amendment to tlie Con stitution or tne united states, that all na tional and State laws be equnlly applicable to every citizen, aim no uiscriiuination shall be made on account of race or color, Referred to the Committee on Judiciary. Mr. Patterson Introduced a bill to retx al certain law aud ordinances In the District ol Columbia, and for other purposes. It was referred to the I ouimlttoe tor the ills trlct of Columbia. The bill annuls all lo lillcal distinctions on account of color, both in tlits district and in other territories. Mr. Sumner presented a bill to confirm html titles irranted bv General Shcrmun to colored men on the Sea Island, last winter. Referred to Committee on Judiciary. Mr. Sunnier presented a memorial uf the National Freed men's Commission, asking for Congressional support. Referred to tlie Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Wilson presented the petition of Francis Cook, and twenty-five hundred other", colored people of tho District of i oiumma, usxing tne rignt or sunrage. Referred to the Committee on District of Columbia. A Serious Charge. Tlie Doylestown (Peuii.) Democrat has the following serious charge against the "Hero of Fort Fisher." As It gives the name of the party from whom It derives Its Information, we agree with It that the matter calls for investigation : Within the lost week William Neely, son of John T. Neely, Solebury Township, in this county, returned home. He had lived lu Southampton County, Virginia, several ?ears before the war, which found him here., lie managed to keep out of th mil itary service of the Confederacy, but served some time in the Commissary Department. He declared that while General liutler was In command of the Department of Virginia, lie (Uulier) traded beef tu the rebels for cotton, two pounds of the former for one of the latter. Mr. Neely further says that he discharged one cargo of beef and loaded the vessel with cotton, and sent It down the river to Norfolk. Aa this took place during the administration of General liutler, it must have been done with his knowledge and consent, for a subordinate would hardly dare trade eo openly with (lie enemy with out the sanction of his commanding officer. Of course tills beef helped feed the rebel army, aud kept the war going on, that men might grow rich. This is a grave charge, and soma stcM should be taken to discover whether General Kutler I guiliy. Our Informant is s gentleman who had It directly from Mr. Neely. This looks like giving aid aud comfort to the enemy. Sickness in Arkansas. a The MeinrthlA -4mMf Of the 12th aaVA: Tlie nast summer Is sal.) to have w,, 1 ne nam summer is aaid to nave oeen tlie most uiihealthy one ever known In Ar - kanHAji. The tvnlioiil ami Intermittent l,w vera have claimed the largest number of If 1 1 at I naAAA Vkair I taAA It UlLUtiruW IAII1 A ml th AA a vlotims, but the dysentery and other dU- easea have prevailed with unexampled virulence, and helped to swell the fearful catalogue of the destroyer. In odditiou to these disease, Little liock, whltth has suf fered, liertmps, as largely as any other lo cality in the Hutu, ts now visited by the small-pox. tfut lite uiawami ia inosty po the columd BopulalioB. Confined Southern Notice of Northern Preachers. [From the Richmond Times, December 11.] The bliMid-hiiunils of .Ion hsved loud mid fiercely finiii their loltv niilnlts on Thanksgiving (lay. It was a national Sab- nain ser, apart lor prayers to (Jott ror t he re turn of peace to a hind denolatefl, scarred" and torn by civil war, yet hundreds of the ministers of the Prince of Pence made that sacred day hideous with tlieirwolllsh howls for lilooii. They st4oi1 at. their altars like those tierce Roman priests who pi'oplt.iated tlie sensual deities of mythology by the slaughter of whole hecatombs of sheep and oxen. Stuffed with turkey and surfeited with pudding, they still hungered for tho little which war has left the defeated section. Rubicund with generous wine, their fever ish thirst, for "rebel blood" was as great as that of a lion for water after a (lay's hunt under the scorching rays of a Pyrlan sun. Never was the holv mission of tho nreacher so shamefully proHl,it.utcd ns It was on Thursday last, by those who sought, in (Jod's own temples, to inlliime the patons of the .North against a disarmed and de feated section. I lie President asked these men to return thanks that there was once more peace In the land, and. with faces In flamed and voices hoarse with mire, thev rushed Into their pulpits to pour forth vitrolic denunciations uHn the heads of the sorely atlticted people of the South. jno prayer lor the loriflveness or Imnri soncd confederates did any of the blood hounds of .ion send tin to the lnercv-scat of their Divine Master. Not one of tlie cruel pack asked tlie blessings of Heaven tor tne nuiiianu nun patriotic policy or the President, Jlowlhe sunburnt, cheeks of the brave and Immune soldiers who followed (Jrnnt and Sherman In their splendid campaigns must have glowed with indignation, when they were told that the South was still iin- coiiqncred, and that, their sacrifices and honoratile wounds anil ilcet s ol valor "con summated nothing for the restoration of the Union." A Work of Christian Love. We have received from the United States Christian Commission, by which it Is pub lished, an elaborate work of one hundred and sixty-eight pages, entitled. "Record of the Federal lH-ad, burled from I.lhby, Belle Isle, Danville and Cnniu Law ton Prisons. mid at. City Point, and in the Field before l'etersnurg ana ItlcninniKI." A tieoblect 01 tho publication, as it ia the work of a Christian Commission, we snp)ose to be to promote ncara ana gooa-wiu toward men to cultivate holy charity, sweet social har mony and mutual forgiveness of injuries. t lie people ol tne xvorllt nave been In vited to forget that the head jailor of the Southern prisons was the Secretary of War of tlie United Stales, and to remember only tlie scenes ol misery and ileum wliiclitiiey presented. Hindi is the object of publica tions of this kind to bring home to as many as possible the knowledge, that their friends ana relations have died in Southern bas tilles and to cause them to forget that in thousands oi Instances the cause of their death was the willful Inhumanity of a high ollleiul of our own Government. The work before us Is quite a handsome volume, clear, large print, beautiful heavy pufM'r, and broad margins. We are not IMisted as to tlie particular funct ions of the Christian Commission, or the objcc.ta It is designed to promote; but if this Is one of tbem, and if the others are like It. the best thing it could do w ould be to disband. If it bus no better uso for its funds than this, Christianity nerd exieet little from its la bors, w hicli would be discreditable to most known kinds of heathenism. CtnciHiiiiii Kiujulrer. A Rkmamkahi.k Cash. AtStockeuchurch Kiiglainl, some time since, a man of the name of John Judge was presented by some of the Inhabitant of tlie village with aside of home-cured bacon, in consideration of his having for upwards of sixty years at tended dilllgently to his own business, and never during that time interfered with other people s. The number of radical silltlclans lu the United Slate who will win "aside of home cured bacon" by any similar virtue is ex traordinarily tew. To them, "meddling with other people's business." is profession, practice aud profit. Half the time of the present Congress will be devoted to legisla tion concerning matters over which Con gress has no rightful control. ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM TUB OBKAT BIMBHV FOR TUB Cl'RC of CONSUMPTIOiN AH1 ALL DimSKS OF TBI LDXGA. THE RKHl'LT OK ITA 118 R Ih A MOOT or IT8 ureal vslue- Trie eitra-ordieer? htatvltox pior tieeH i hi remedy ere kirieiM'ee by al' thoave mho (kutfe ud it. 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