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iiui iaiui jjuia. iiu. ' II. II. KOBINSON, Kmroi:, I. O. KITCII. Assistant Kmtor. Dayton, Ohio, Saturday, December 23,1865. i I The Condition of Mexico. Acrounta of (In1 Kililinil t'omlitioii of Mi'xico re no iniim-roiiR, lint lit Hip rkiivp time ho I'oiitllitlnjf, Unit wo Hriin-cly know wliut tobrliuvo itny, nil or noiio. Om-letter writer, who t l.iiiii to Im well pinti'il. represent tin! Kmi'ire ns it aettleil fitvt, hs CMtjiblMinl lieyoml miy foriiiiilulilo nxaiittlt. Intern-illy or exterimlly ; Unit Mnxuiiilliuii lui ho rotiilotely trlmiilioil Hint lie no longer, neeil tlir nlil ot lil French army ami Ih aliont aenilinu; ll home; Hint nwlrr (lift wlw Hilmlnlstnitlon of nltiiirs the tnoii rohy li:w ntlimiUteil the- (H-ople to n most extriiorilitiiiry ilcjsrot of iirosperily ; Unit he Inul aboliliil I lie xiimyH aluvery sys tem In S4 tenilMT. Iiy wlileh he freeil m 000 of the lower eliew. lie has been busy In eHtiiblisliliiR m'IiooIr in nil the interior towns (Inrinjf the pii.it, ten months. The Kinpress ( '.ouxini nlno luut lniiiiir.iir atetl iiml inileHnilent school system, csie chilly fur the eilneiiiion of orphan ninl the poorest elassca to be fntitul. And this Is not nil Unit the Kmpoukii ami Mits. Km-i-oiikk lmve been iloinj;. Fur. hs nnother mom euliiMtie nilmlrer of Hie new state of things, sets Tort h, the Ciipltul Itself Is raplilly rising, ritimiliij; to its former splen dor and is on the hiirh rond lo its onre majfiiilleenee, in the days of the Mont07.11 mas. From n Hpnlntion of 2nn,(Nl, in Wis, intelliffriit persons put it now at Hindoo. (juolli said authority : In iHtSO, there were live college; now there are nearly a hundred. In lsf. there was not a manufactory of note in the city. Now street and steam ears, cotton mid woolen (f'xsls. puper for printing and for inters, eoacn and eitrruurc, anil a loiijr list of other miiiinfuctoricH could bo added. Kifrht larffe hotels have been oN'ned duriiifj the last twelve months, anil it isdillieult to obtain apartments in any of them. I'll to the year one diligence only arrived and deMrU'd ilnilv on the Vera ('hi Itond. Now never less than three, mid often live, arrive ami ilciart oacli day. Items have raised UK) mt cent, since last January. This is all very beautiful ; itlsjrrand; and were tliere no conlllutlng reports, abso liilely the reverse of such a representation of the state of the country and the present ttnliu of the Imperial invader. It would be something for an enliglt. aed world to priory over; but hear an intelligent eorresoiident of the New Yfirk who wrote tVom the Capital as late us the 27tli nit: Theilireetion of the MU-ral or Mexican authorities; the lute strtijretletil movement of the l.ihernls having eomH'lled lliuutiiie to reeall nearly nil of the troops under his command in the states of Jalisco, Michoa can, (iiianajuato. I'nebla, Guerrero ami Onxneit, in order to protect the City of Mexico. With the exception of Sisal Mcrliln. In Yucatan. Maxiinillian is unknown In the State. Not an Imperial enter nor an Impe rial soldier is known In the Hate of Chia pas. In the southern portion of Vera Cruz and Oaxaea. anil south of Acapuleo. in (iucrrcra. no attention is paid to .Maxiinil lian or the emhvo Kmpire. No mails arrive from these ilist'rii ts. In Sonora. Sinaliva, Ouraiio, Chiliaiihau. ( oihiiila. New Leon, Tain.'iulipas. ZrUrs San Istuis I'otosi, Northern Vera Cruz, Northern Mexico, (i lining unto (with I he exception of the lai jfe cities.) the authority of Maxiinillian is un known nnd In 'lie cities it is not enforced on account of the weukucii; of the. garri son." Ol the several eonllictlnj rerts, we at tach the strongest belief to this latter. Coneedinj iU truthfulness, where Is the J.iupiie; what is the luiierial Crown worth f There are several shackly nion- nreliics in extsU'iice, but this certainly rests on the sandiest base; in truth. Is little else than the "baseless fabric of a vision." ! I j 1 j Whereabouts of Distinguished Rebels. At last advices John Slidell Is still livin" filietly in Paris, Ills family goes very little into society. Mr. Mason Is in London. Jacob Thompson and J. P Benjamin are there, und John C. Hris-kcnrlilgu is shortly cxiieotcil from Cauadu with his family. Major Huso, formerly aeutlbrthe pur chase of arum Ibr tjie Couf.idorary. Is iti l'arls, as is also Judge Tines, of Louisiana. Mrs. f.'wiii and her daughter are now resi ding in London. Her husband the DrM Is still confined in Kort Jackson, near New Orleans. AtSuvanna, fiaHon the ltth, Hon. G. B. Lamar, nnd his son, who are held for trial by a military eommissioii, wore released from conllnctnout on a bond of $25,1X10. to A War Item. Tlie returns of the two Internal ltovcnuo districts of Hamilton County, for the sin gle uionth of November last fisit up as follows : Flrrt Dintni't , tteaual llrwt.... ......, ..I'AiB oja ii .. 4111,2711 w To'sl . This, wo believe. Is the lar-'ost amount I ever roc, in one month. It may we,, wonder how many people. In 1 times like these, ean stand such a grinding process as thUI Sbvkn iiundhkd Tllo. ' .AN TWO HUNDIEKD Att NtNKTY'NlNK ! lakh wrung from the people of one slnglo It county, and simply In one mouth. Circa t o( Is Black llepubllcanlsml "Sir. this doctrine of a w hite man's Gov ernment Is as atrocious as the Infumoiis sentiment that damned the lute Chief Just Ice to everlasting fire." So saya the grent leader of tne Itepubll- can party In the House of Representatives, Mr. TUAUBH8 Htkvknh, or 1'cuiisy I vaiilii. lie nutkus the Issue clear aud distinct. His . , . . , ,, . party has giveu long evidence that they' werenotfora"wliltemau,Oovernmeiit"hi this country, but few of them had the lioil- estytowuublushUiglyftvowlt. A War Item. The President and the Radicals-A Split Prophecied "Aoatk, the weil-pteil Washington corr-.ondeiit of the Cincinnati Gatrtte, llii.ll.. t tbe ..w..e. iM-,iu,. . . .Z .. V, ' . .i'- ic i rcmeui s rcronsi rueiion IKilley, and tin- fenllnjr uf other radlenls foreshadowed by Scmnkr'h speech, thu expresses his views on tlie probability that an open niptnrc will soon follow. Iln nyi: It Is not Impossible that thin ois'iilnsr for n rupture may close, as two or thrw prev ious ones have closed ; but it Is not to lie denied that the prosocts are sipially. If, ns It would now seoin. the President lias ileti'rinineil to force IIiioukIi Ills renrratil- M.ley. a colli-iou Is Inevitable, onKr, HS is ri'iilly more ilctermineil on tb s IH.int than II, wis on the first dav f the aeason. "A number of nentlenien have. It l I rue, sloiitihed otf from the unwlehlr inttloritv : nnd still more, miller the s.ent'ires'sure 'of executive iiitliiciu'e. me sure toilo thesaum llilnjj. Hut the Ikhic nnd sinew of tho I nion majority, the men who net from con- victions and not from mixletv liirthe sec-' ond-baiid liispcnsntlon of morsels from the White House kitchen, have 110 notion niiiucvcr 01 reversing or misiiiyinjr ttieir action. They will prevent the admission ofiinv S naUirsor Komrsetitativcs from the sceedisl Slates till nrter the thoroii)(li In- Vwt tirril tikli mill nuuirt u l.li-li Itw.t- ..Viu. from their t nmUtoe. Their eon roe then must ilciM'tid 011 the asiM'cl of all'airs thus presented ; but it Is draw inj; iiihiu no spirit 01 pinphecy tosav that the chances for tin present Southern applicants will not grow irirhtcr. "It is lioM-d and with froml reason that the rre-ident reeoifnizos this dctcruil nation. and like a wise stasmnn moans to shaiH Ids course mwirilliiirl v It tt'.iw r'..l..l. Ctishln. I think, who snii.1 of .I0I111 Tyler that the mistake the Whig made was in foritciiinjr that, his administration w as an 'eslalilWnd fact. The inNtake the Whijrs made then, the I'lesident would make now. should he forget that this Coii'rress, whose term lasts nearly as lonjr as his anil whose iii:iif uiili i ii t majority counts lar above a hundred, alter all the drill-wood that has adhered to rather than !een 11 part of it lins isTii wa-iieu away that tills Congress 1 mis iHiieiit una lasinii;, can en tier makii or ruin his nlacciii hishn v. Mr. .1 ItllllUJtll U'lll Is; a less shrewd Kdit(clnn than his n-cord would Inilteate, tt he should fail to see this or it lie should Tall to remember thu otht fact that Tylcri.ed.ndiiiinistratioiis cm not ne re.'f.uTir.a, Will he succumb ? A distinuhed k'en tuckian writes from Washington to the I.exliiflton Il'')i'irlir that he will hark ilniml We (rive nil extract : , '. "If Johnson had been a mail of couraL'e nod ;eiiius ho nutria lmve made hiiiiseir niasterol the situation. Hut be has lost hi: omMirtunity forever. If lie throws himself olistiiiately in tlie way of the Itcpuhlicnns, they will either iin'aeh him or dis lare that, bcinft a resident of Tennessee, lie was Ineligible to both the otllce ol Vice-I'rest (lent und president. J11 wilt succumh. A great nud bravo, man in tlie Presidency might have overthrown the radicals; tliev will sulijiigate him. Things will continue to grow worse ami worse until the monster appears. Nejrro sutlrage will be forced on all the Males." As Mr. Sm-i-sbihiy remarked in the Sen ate the other day. nil that Mr. Johnson need do in this crisis istotrmIjlrm; let the radicals combine; let tlie mnatloH howl. lien millioni of sound men In theNorth will stand by and sustain hi in, without any con sideration governing them, whether they voted lor him or not. Thlscun not lie gain said. Split Prophecied Traitor Butler--A Remeniscence. The Memphis llulli tin gives us this: On Monday evening Kiiecocding the llul Miuore Convention of 1HW). 11 great eon- course ot s ople gnlhored in front of the ro.sidoiui1 oljlohu C. llris kinridgo, ut Wash ington. He had boon nonilnaU'd for I'rcsj. dent by a Kirtion of his party, wlijeh had seceded from the main body thereof, and uic eolleetlon to which we allude was somhlod tin t!' purpose of reoelviug his acMiou iciigiiicuis. in too course 01 tlie evening speeches were made bv Mr, loonilis, .Mr, Davis and Mr. Yanev Toward the close Mr. Henjamin V. Butler, a secessionist from Massachusetts, was called for, and ssike for half an hour inure violently in favor of Southern rights tliaii any 01 111s predecessors. As tie concluded 111s iiai-angiie, inu writer 01 tins liner re- niliiiscencii turned to Amlrew Joliiisou, who happened to be standing near at hand, and inquired what he thought of itr "lly il-sir," he replied, W illi (dlanu tcrisH'c warmlli, "1 never like a man to bo for me more than 1 in lor uivsolt. It might be added, as a part of that remi niscence tho opening chapter that the breaking up of the Convention at CliarleS' ton, by Hi'n.ufrt co-operullon with several Southern lire-eaters, and its adjournment to Haltlmore, was a premeditated act to de feat the nominal ion of Mr. Douih.ah, and consequently the disruption of the National Democracy, Iluri.UK was then an arrant Traitor to the party with which he nfl'eetcd olllclato, nnd true to tho predominating quality in his couiMwition villainy he availed himself of the surest moans In his power to ticeompllsh his malignant pur- siser, he. jmurrf the Nnutltc.ru JjixHttlitiiials. Where Is he now ! at Terrifie Explosion. ''e engl.IIIS.s Stake, and. the Are challenge maiu D. Miller, were so severely injured thai they w ill : ibably die. Thu extreme ml'l weather Is assigned as the cause of the S'iaJX kilmd! Is wonderful that there was no larger lost "fui H l'ie I'ltil'ling was full of employe: A special dispatch to tho Cincinnati En quirer, from Indianapolis, says: On Thursday a terrible extension of u locomotive oiu-urred at the Torre Haute di. jsit throwing oft' tlie roof of the building and siiroadlng tlie , wulls, scattering freight, timbers, lirlcks and mortar, books and pu- Am Eye to Hi sinkss. C.en. It. P. Buek-1 land, memoer of Congress from Ohio, from rv.. .......! ii;i,.t i.. i j ... . , . ,i i i , , with a man at tlemphls, has leased a large oott-on plantalloii near that city u,,d i. go- tnir into the cotton business. As he is a eonflwallonist and iree-uoKio-lalwir pro-. nairandist. oulte llkclv lie v. Ill uiukn It i.n. 8i,i.iv, I"1 uiuw iv pu" It ll estimated that fifty pair of large flouting bouts will leave during this rise for. South. ' , ii NEWS OF THE DAY. are both on crutches lulu of the Union army. . The Cleveland IeraUr WaslilnKton eor xation respondent says that the Itop.iblionn mem- u, , , ,.' . r., , . , . ,K'" 'Knaw from Ohio have resolved vote unaiilmotisly In favor of Nejrro Sull'injfe hi the District of Columbia, ui. - .1 , , ,. SI'"'P 't""'n of ( onRress, no less tl""1 nmeiidmenU to the Constitution have Imvii ofl'ered by riulieal mcnibcrs In t1(. n(mw., A correapoD.lcnt write, from Gulvcaton, t. 'w u..i ... v Texas "(attlo .r. iolllK, within nfty """' ornercnt 1 60 iter head, and at tliis firict Uunisamli of boon can be bought." ' - " . i - In Louisiana, the S'r,'eant-at-A mil of the Senate Is without arms, the Door keeper of the House without arms, the "tvtury of Slato unit (,'lork of the House. Suro of John (J. Thomas at New l-Vmiliorto,, l i. 1 i'i... ,inv Tim Insiirnnee was c nnn . -," ' "" ,n"llr,l, "S r,,000. "( " ""' work "' '", Incendiary, Siipisised : KoyulKniiey, ex-Treasurer of Jay conn- . . J '' l""" '""I T. . Lnfollett, ex-Trustee f Wayne townsliiik same eountv. have Ikwi arresbil on a charife of cmbe.lcmoiit of county and township funds. Daniel West, of Westvlllo, Ijiporle coun ty, Indiana, died recently, leaving pnr- H!rly valued at thirty thousand dollars. one-thlrrl of which lie left, to his widow, oiic-Liurii to do expended in erecting an Odd hollows' Hull, and one-third for the erection of a Methodist Church. A clerk named lairley, connected with the liquor house of K. M. Patterson. Cln cinnatl. lost, at one sitting $1,000 playing ,Kikor at Anderson, la, lust Monday. The money belonged to his employer. An ef fort on the part of t he proprietor to roeover tlie money proved fruitless. The Southern claimants, of seats in Coti' gress have hold a caucus, nt which they do, elded to return homo and remain there mi' til March. The Tennessee and Virginia delegates did not take part in tho caucus. The Morgan county, (Ohio,) 7orM states that a veritable, wild eat,fiiter successfully enonunlerlng several dogs, was captured In mat county onif night last week. It Is thought tliere Is a den of them in that locality. The New York correspondent of the In- iliunapoliR Juurrnl writes that when Gov. Morton went on board the steamers Scotia, he found that his passage nnd that of his family had been privately paid by some citizens or .now York. Tlie freed men in the vicinity of Sol ma, Ala., arc suffering to such an extent with smaii-poT, mat nicy are not allowed to enter the city. Matt. Luxton, the guerrilla leader, mirier sentence of death at Memphis, escaped from prison 011 Thursday last. San Francisco dispatches state that the Columbia river gold Holds are the richest in tlie world. The snow at St. Paul Is two foot deep, and uninterrupted navigation Is predicted for next season. The Catholics of Chicago have tunned an association with a capital of $;K).(Mia to build .1 hall to be culled the Catholio Hall Finn r. A fight between Mr. C. S. Dun ham and Mr. Cowgill, members of tho In diana Legislature, came oft' in the lobby 011 Thursday morning, about some angry words In debute. Neither cofllins or doc tors' bills have been ordered. On Thursdry. President Lincoln's re mains were transferred from tho reception vault, of Oak Kldge Cemetry to the vault constructed for their final repose. lujutoAiC0N"niACTojt8 DMUMr. Messrs. Sago nnd Eaton, rnntnictonfon a new line of railrond between ObcHin ami Elyria. unto, uceampeu lately for parts unknown. They forgot to pay tho honest lalMirers on the road their hnrd-eanied dues. Much excitement exists in that locality iu eon sequence. The Elyria Uemeaat says the amount of tho swindle is $J0,(XX) or $25,000. id NEWS OF THE DAY. New Advertisements. oJ.ViKr."", wh muon aeaaoiay ol lima and Iruuhla. niriioaa ftirmins, amompaiD aaok nackaaa lraaiaaais orTij.h. Urratat I T. R. GILDS' FLOUR STORE, Fourth aUaaMuataaai of Mam, btjum, Ohio,' whara ijaabariu', ddrw. M WALKEIt & TUItNEK, O J, O T I I I N G ! Boots ct3 Shoos. NO H THIBD HI KKKT, - DA YTOtl. OHIO. Wlliam Wrtcer h-rioff MNorfnt d with htmifin fctrntneiio. Mr. PTiyTmnrr, the new fiiin areno pre naif d to tci'n.nmotUie their eun torn era with tic'eof uenilemoo'e wn-iiiKperl of the tlie lRtet ra amn tjiwij. tqon wi.o ait COATS, I'ANTS, VESTS SIUBTS, HOIHEKV, HAM I)K ElK'H IEKH, GIaOVES, BOOTS. SHOES, BMN'KKS. 4c. Will do wall I. t'.tt them , a call AIoon hand, scomplaia ataonmant of Boys' Olotliliis ! Ktiiam(Mr, tha old vltad, No. Silt 'I hird nO-eat. j.iiwii. ai.a r.K l UKN KK. Greatest Invention of the Age. SELF-RAISING FLOUR! AtliHintttyea of St If-Halting Flour. H " SaVINO OF TIM R IN rRKPAKINO IT KVH ttiaovan. and tha oai taint at tha rnHult m . eliniau. dinwreiira of tamunratura not aHaollna O: vno !i,haarrfa.iiliiTOMupi.aaeTial lioura.andlathe. " uacarMin n u n -uit. in eiHinr r noiorreiy in, ehmaieii, mni deeidrdly thecheHiieat tha' ran Im uwed for noutrhold ' Dliruoaaa. AVIIM) 'I'HlK'l'Y I'KK OKNT. w l.,iu. ! diWKeTS - - K"Ku!S S 'i-IT.35J "lrH""". vimi thikiv i-khoknt. in i.m.r andeitM.anduiakinKtha inoal aurterior breaii, llehl Thia your oall .1. oi III IHiir,. ra feat mora Knott bia Yankee Chivalry. There l no doubt that, at least in Vaukee dom a dozen Illuehclllca ai, at any tlmn, In a roiiRh-and-tninbliv ijiiiU u one Krenclnnan. A case In point Is glyen by the Boston 1'oit: On Monthly last about 0 o'clock, I'rof. B. Melchior, of Montpidier, VU who. It a ismis, has been teach I ni; music In thatcltv fur some lime, w as Ukeii by a mob from his IimIl'Iiik room and violently escorted to thn railway station and ordered to leave 1110 city linineiliately, npoii penalty of be iiiK shot if ho returned. Hie orntcnaA ut signed for such a daslanlly outrage wus to exHiri 1 mm mm mo musie teiicher 1 written contract of marriage made secretly some time since, between himself mid 1 wealthy yoiiiijr lady of that plno.e, whose nainu we withhold for prudential reasons. Thoso who Umk a prominent rt In this 11 1); 11 11a1111.11 irnnsac.non nad lK-en ballleil III their cll'orts to jret possession of the diM'iimcnt, for the purHse of breakln); up the Intoned union. rof. Melchlor was not IMinnitteii to reniulu in the plmn Ion enough to collect his duos, nor U visit hi inteiiiieii wtto nor her narunt. The nini J... f. nave uiken place the next day, The gentleman who was thus nneeren,.,,,! ously host led ut of town, had, It appears. Hiicoeodoil In wooing the heart ami hand of a respeoiaino young tady, one who had re j" i"i i oners 01 a milliner nt r.tip ir-iv lovers of Moot poller; and it coming to puss miii uij iiif.c,wns aiMiut, 10 tall to a for eigner 1.110 illsearded lovers clandestinely ,,,,,.11 iinii i goi nuoi ttiftr rcncti man who nan inns won the alleotions of ankee girl. One of the principal actors ,11 this out- rago was a follow who wus a cot ton-fhlel w it h Bkn. Biitlkr. That's the sauce of the whole dish WotiNOKD in tiik WahI Tlie Boston I'tml says : "Tluiri. Stevens hours the sear of a wound received when Ho liiuilitod tlirouidi tin. Stale House window at llarrisbiirg, during in; iin rsiiiji nnr, ' wnion can t oe seen wneu no nas 111s pants on. ' Yankee Chivalry. Died. HUMI.KR. iKamhprSI, st 4 oVIwtt P M-., lr. W . tloiiU.r, ag J :u ywirs. & inuodis sod 16 ils.vs. r'inirl will Isles plm-e Irom Ih ranldeors of tut IMImr.Dr. J. B. hosier, No, IKS Main twt,t two o clock P. M , KsliUtb aftrrnooa. th'rrices bj Rr J r. MarlsT.of R-iiT Chs-I. InUrmonl, Woodlaod New Advertisements. Great Business Change n J3 iwi Q -r j. x OV TIIK Eagle Clothing Store! H.SCHWARZ. Tlt MitfrnriNins ntonrifitor of ihn wnll bnnwn Kuii Clothing Mtorf,li Main Hire', Wjoiniop th Kmjur-J Oilli;, whI remove od ttie 1st of Antil.lHOtt, hiH place vi iHii'nfi 10, No. 11M Main Street. No. 118, South ot hii prent lor i ion. (thf. Qrcomr 6 fore u 6 ottipiwi dt Mnsrn. Mr I ni ire Hfnrl,)where he in--fin-tB rnrryinaon a Whole! nd RoLaiI Mnnft' Ujr ion Ctothinit noun, nei-omi to none in the Wet. IIei!ftllKthA eiineoiiil .Mention ofht" aiimerouvent- tonier-uiJKll 'hammwiuit ot (Mhionable and wet) madeclo'hjn, ihnt he wilt oommeaue eellinit ufl hi snl.M linnlr ol urui.U Positively at Cost ! ConKifctinj( of First-Class Fnwk - OV KKCOATS, :OATS. of his own soliM-tlon, TRAVELLING SHI UTS of every style mid duality. IK.V rJKS, A heavy article of UXDERSHIHTS. ixc, etc.. oxi-'m ' Th pilbllr will hour In mi od that his atonic of ffloth iug wsh Hat-t8't with firattcara, aud bluK coonaclad wch a'sruamanuiantorins lionso in Cincinunti, rna tilsd liinilo obtain his ,-rient slo.k ol mirnmmalA lothlnit, mnti iialow i ha iinal flsnraa, and If pcrtona in easi(iMflirinK ooucioneuj a'. Tjow Frioos! will nat'tamlv nod It it-ea.l to ihair interest to txam iaa f r hainsslvei, hafora lha laruANl bulk ot hiB alroh will b, solil, as ha meina lo aall out hia anlira slock bxroratha Islof Aon', AT uum , FIND TIIK PLACE I lOH MAIS STREET, JOS AdjoiaiDK Bmpira OfHca. 11. SWA It A, Soramnar !2, 18SV Htr 1. DAVIS KKO.,, -'illlli r COAL AND WOOD! 33 3DSrr OOAIiS cri De hwi. both for houne end Imiq parpostt CHEAP AS THE CHEAPESTI ThetaUqu';ty of WOOD. long, eewed, or split, ftlweTH oa nenij, . . EXAMINEOUlt PKICKM Iiaoambar m, 1S03. d3tn HUSDANDS I t WHAT MOItB A PPBOPRI ATE rllRtflTMAS praaentian ycumaka to your WI VACS tliao a. liIFK INSUltANCK POLIOY Id tha olu rallahla r1i mn 1 -x. Mutual ! OF HAKTr'ORl), lXNX.t : would intura your family agalnat want In oaaa of death, and noat you tiut a Irifl.iia, yearly aun. and aaa tha agent, IIK. A. (IKHIEK, 10J3t Ooi oar of Flfl h and lesenion ata. Insurance Notice. rilHI BTOOKHOMlKRS Of TH OHIO INSIIR. awutt oumoah r, are hereby notified (hatlha Aonual KlaiiUon of 1'iiaiilora will ba held at thallflioe lh uonipany. liaylon, Ohio, on mohuay, JAN. tiAoY I, IlliSi, batwiwii lha hourn ol A, M. aud M. W. U. oii.ntaoiit, i v. Uayton P., I'of. It. loV declu-dti Notice to Bridge Contractors. SIXTH STltEKT HIMDOE, tll'K O' 1IAJTON. AiiDiToa'a Ovaira, MoaraoMaaT On.. 0., I liavToa, iuoembar 0, lean f QKALKb FBOiHlSALH WILL BR RKOEIVBD AT llie euaiior e unme until monay, Janusry 1, Uo'i lwik, M , by a Joint Uoramitma. oom iwaed of Marcua Boeler, John Bult, and Julio Worn, aldcrf, Hridya Oommlllaa of tlia ally of Daylon, and imm AhlileuNU,. a tl4immillea ai.noititri l,w ilu. , Hoard of l oun.y OniniiiiHaionera. To huild an iron br'daa aoroaa lha eanal nnHiilh iatlia city of l'ayton, aa lolloaa i 17 feet A ioiwi iu meuiear, witn a aiua waia oa ona aida. Bra in width, auppoaed to ba eiity feet in width, or lean, hula lo tia ma.la by tha alnsla foal. bidder ia also required lo praaeol and bid upon own plan and epeuiuoaUona Tno Oonim ua ra aerve ilia ngbt I4 rajacl any or all bids u they thia propar. J. W. DI 5VRI0H, AudlWrt MAUDUS Bual.kR, aeeAdawUw CbainuaB Bnda. Oom. New Advertisements. New Advertisements. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. , rHI014BLI! HAT STORE. Ererj Bcurlpilon or fltt and taps, LAtUex' nnd Clilblron'M Font, Uolx s, Jtc, o., rnHi trnKKtuiifiMRft bis to inkorm tub J pulilHi that HE HAft NOW Ol'KNKD, ' , AMD Wll.l, KKKf . CONSTNTI.Y ON HANI, KVKRYTAINO THAT m XEIV AX1 HEHlllAllLE, I N T It A D O V K 1. 1 N K. -.Eveylhltm in Uu Market. THAT IH Attractive, Desirable or New Added from Time to Time; MAKINIi IT ONK OK TIIK MoBt Complete stalisbments, ' OK TIIK KIND, IS TH K HTATK. o . Ladles and Children's FINE FURS OK TIIK , CIIOK'IOHT ANp RICHEST QUAI.ITIK8 S(Jf.I) IJf TIIK WKST, AT ... Lower than Cincinnati Prices. 1 reaperteil'yflol'c'tanfixnminftiirin of aieck. R. A. lira.'KMAM, decs dly No. tt Main atroel, Iauo, Ohio J. V. NATJERTH & SON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAt.Kim IN FOREIGN, 1 CANNED ami DRIED phuits. AI.SO, oyetorB, Oandlosj INTvits, wines, Oiar,i)a, ' Flro-Worlis, i - : t 'Ac, .Sc , ' J.'V. NAURTII & SON, deo4'4 loa Mala Rtnet. NO MEDICINE GIVEN D R . DODGE OK Lexington, Avenue,, NEW YORK, I'UACTIOAL PHYSICIAN CHRONIC DISEASES, LATE OF NEW YORK CITV, ALBANY, raon i nr.AL, iu khm', DK'J'KOIT, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND CIN CINNATI, HAS TAKEN PAULOKS, Nos. 3 ami 4, at the PHILLIPS HOUSE. , in Taa.. . CITY OP DAYTON, Where HE Will HEAL THE SICK. ,.' FBOal Monday, December 4th, ltHM. Friday, December SlHh, 1800. HE WIU4 POSITIVELY REMAIN NO '. LONGER. , WIIHBK IIK MAT BKCONSITITKU.' VUOM UNTIL 8 P. M., EACH DAY. Ho Medioinei Given I - .,,.. No Surgical Operationi Performed I Chrouio Diieae Cared ! Acute Fain Instanly Selieved I SlIII SEE I TIE DEAF Over Fifty Thousand Operations VTS A . W sea I " I oacltda.lw in at Ac., on 1 of New Advertisements. New Advertisements. Medical. DR. STEVENS & CO. PRIVATE nt'lEA ICS CURKD fN TIIK HflOR I tST J f , r""' ,,'"' '' and Vine, up aialra, without the una of Mercury, loan of time, or Dr S I KVKN9. b anemal .o,H. ....I tpanenea in ri iMw,. u, fiMHinorn, ijondn lled lo auarranlee a oura in ihm .u.M.'ni r. ...vu. uonorrnea or Pynln ha cii-eil In a lew ,iay. wahout change of diet, or nind lauoenom Mioinraa i-eoondary Hrnhtha tha laat .tiae..,a,l.d without Ih. urn of Mniour" Virllma rt sell ahuMand a eaie renerr.'.urler .nirfrom Hieliiiurrhea, and loaa or phYxical and menl .1 imwor, Indigeetinn or Onnallnuinn. rrun. lione,:NetiH.u . Oough, flyKehondn, An., arotrnaled i..r o ver lomi.'aint llyapaiala, and Oon.uiniil.on, by litnoia I men, bi mlUke tha etfente for ttlo .ii, nnii irtiiH niumpiy lio'h. Mnrriil iiip, and thoae contemplating marrlaira Hhntild reelore yiftr lo th. Ir hodiea and miada era ihrr ewail niiwry and diaeaa. upon those of their poHtenty liti-easea p., ul,r 10 femalae treated. A cur. mr. ranll In ll,-n Parwnaat a diatanne promnll. 'lire-t, tir n,lnHfiina, witn wtatement ol cam lir HTItViCNi ACO., Ti Weal! hi id alrett, Cinmnnati, tihio. otlloa hours n-om t A. II., to II A. at. to t) P. M'l Hnndaya diS-lyd OYSTERS, OYSTERS!! LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTI VE I XX riCEHII OYMTKIW XXX. 1 am now in Iwily receipt of tha heat umoil. ot Fit ESI t UAL TIM OH E OYSTERS IllrenlihroilRh from ihaBa.ly Paul Exoreea. lamrfetermined lo aupplj my eu'otnr with the lieat Oyatera In I ha world, at Iho am. Heat ailranc.cn 'Oft. Ijt tna whal.ar half oan, caaa or dnr.,n rHaea warranled good Hire me one call nnd If I do not prom the ahuv. I will not ak aunlhor. A. 1,. llftNLKVY, Ouoola Builiilnx, Fifth alrepl, on canal drclUdlm LEKTZ & APPLEQATE, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Ofllco Third street, North Hide. DAYTON, OHIO. ABM A 1,1, FARM, THIRTT-HF.VKW A0RKH J a 'odhriclc hoiiHO and welt improved, aix miles irom flaylon, axiiAtninir I,lheriy f 4 MHI, A email farm, 2atrea, well improTeH; halfamll. .-aatof l.iherr, on llirnpkr-f a.MU. A farm of l( acre., well improved, about two SlVooi"0rth ' ,,,,,,un' on '"lti l""T!lo for A f:irm. three milea from Oawlnn nfltn.. .1 tmiiloi.,1, on Falon piae chrapfor ilT.anil. ' A larro of IM ac.ren, one mile east of ttoion, on th. )iu iroy roan, well improved and the beat quality of land t'l.uun. 1 ' A farm oi lS araa, well fmprnred, At. milea aoutliworit of Oonnglon, Ohio, th. beat land for 4 per acre, Klaxiuctory, occupied tjr Meaara, l'arls Co., Willi m tchin.ry and 4 acrea of land. A farm 1 AO acrea I mile north of Brown's atattoa on Weatern K. B., on Twin Creek, well Improved, I lo.ono r Abnckhouae, cor of Brown and Ann 8ta., 11, W0. A douhla frame hoim on i iflh atreeti ti.. A farm ofoOaoreaontireenrllla K. R; tl,2. A larro of lull acrea near tiermanlown ; A brick houae on Fifth afreet. No OT ; (4,000, A farm of ,Vi acrea (cod Imnroramenu at Brown'a Mallon on Weatern R. II . A farm of 75 acrea on German town .Ik., threo milea from Dayton, t'J.OUO. A nnmher of houaaa and lota In dlttornt parta f the city. Allwlllheaoldohnap. den-iOwtr LEMTZ A APPLIOATC, X. 1. A. Dissolution. I DISSOLUTION OF OO-PARTllltRflrTr?. THB lf co.partnerahip, heretofore existing between a miencii uuge and Benjamin Hhiablr, under tli. nam. and firm of Lange Aahiabla, waa dlaaolre., by miitna) oonaent, Ilecemher 18, lHOo. Mr. lyenjro will oontlnua buainnsl at th. elesant atand in the baaemem of (ho Oiwir. Ucn,.. aiui will wn" aii accounia pertaining: uie late :irti. decMllw ANUS A BOHiEBLR. Farmers Take Notice. I AM BUILWNO DRAU haw M1M. AT BOW. BAGGKU, DWiMHTAtO'B.. :'eaer Worka. of two patleroa, on. to attach to oi hr pover, fwii th. other oonilHned The draft in thia init,:liine la leas than corn atublae plowinic, In oouaeo.tiv!)e of t 'ie two pi'aaana hanainic on a awiun. which imoa a r,,.inotf motion tethe aaw, whk'h ia ao uec'frr tofiuitand eaey outtinn. Two lianda only re0ired. Vr. .'en'ler of Ui. aaw driraa. Band for a oiruniar. JAi'VW flAti''!. deoMwlt Dr-non, Ohio. iAvk9LirGrsr j3rX.t,IA3S.3i, BCOMS, Cwrner matin (id .7l--al bu., Darton, Ohio. i'KKD. 1. A PI tlR, Prairi.tur. Meals at all Hc j.r, And the tablaa will ba nirniahad arith averv inxurv and de'icany of th. eeaaoa The Billiard Ta.ilea are from tha cei-hnted mim ufaotoriaa of Julea Balk, and Brtinawnlt A !lro.,0 .- innaa. ' i'ha Bar la ailoollad with Wiaeaand t.in',.,ni a.'i. Ohoiceat brand., both foreiK. and dowioetio. ' , OTfltorts. BY THE CAN, and IN TITE SHELL, CAN ALWAYS BC HAD AT THIS IIOUBH, DUUINO THB HKioOK. ALSO, GAME OF ALL KJND8. ' Tha patrona. of th. publi. ia raaiMotftilly aelkc . l" dnnliU Turnpike Notica T1BB STOCK HOI,llEBH IN TBI MIAUlHHUBa and Oenterville Turnpike Oompany are hereby nolilad lo meet at th.etrma of J. 1. Due. ban, J. P., Miami. i,n , Ohio, on Honilay, January A, IHiW, I o'clock r. MM fcr lha purnoaa of .leount aeren director, toaerv. the enauim year: dK:tkiawU AlOHUfc A. OKOVCFraa. . DlHiNjM'RATOrS NOTiOB. TBI VJNuBrT aianed haa been dnlTaooolnled adai.nialrator of tlleeat.leof John H. Boklaan. lata of Moetromara aonnly, Ohia, decaad. LKVI HOKrMAN. utceiiiuer in, mao. deoiaw:ite. OHIO HTAT13 lOltSIi INSURANCE COMPANY ' OF CINCINNATI, OHJO. Stephen!, IlulMir a&I'ryor, Agoiilg. 278 Third trelt DAYTON, Ohio, Am ma prepared lo Inaur. Iforeea, Cowt, Mulea, attainat Theft or Death flora Aooidant or Diaeaa. moat liberal terma declll-dtf Inaur anoe Notioa. ,' Tn 8T00HOLtlKR8 OF THB T BUTTON I A I" HlttAVOI Of, ni -,, Dayton, Ohio, are hereby ootihed to meet at tha nrfloeof the Oompany, No. WMI bird ntreet, Dayttin. Ohio, on Mondav. January 1, ln, biw en a and 5 o'olock P. U , for the purKa. eli'Cliia nin. Dircctora to aerve tlie enauinK year. di1l-dlrn JOUN U. .TOPPKl.alAMN.geo'y. DAN1KI. WKAVIl'H ISTATH -Oat THA IwrB dayof Peoember laaa. tha naderaianed hav. appointed adminlatralore ef Ibaea ate of llani Wearer, laM of Montgomery oouniy, Ohio, deoaaawk H. 6. BI.A' B, dl-wSw UKBKI WEAVIR.