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THE DAILY EMPIRE;
H. H. ROBINSON, Emtoii, I). U. FITCH. AaawTAKT Editor. Dayton, Ohio, Tuesday, December 26,1865. Export Duties—A New Scheme to the West. New Federal Omt!u.t"!m ao thai export tint!. may lie levied. The ttjeei is to p-i eoiwin tin nr tmeiitv cents cwapcr mint iorciiru iialloni can buy It, and par the export dutv to that amount. New England being In the Union, she would receive It free, and would have the entire control of the home market. She could raise the prices of her manufactures of cotton, and oblige the iv..a us the eonsllmeT. to T)SV It. Khr . In connection witn tne Atlantic States would also like to levy an export .. .... t .rt -uImmI In th WmL ho as to cut us off from a foreign market, and oblige, us to sell In the narrow and con- rraeteti market oi wr "'"""f, these schemes are to ' Impoverish the W est to BMrandire the Kast there are men am thcrels a partv in the West that Is stupid pti.inirh tit fjivr them Such a party de- serves no other reward than to lie always what they air men- "hewTTS of wood a;,d drawers of water" to smarter people than themsi'lves. Vin. Knqntrrr. Yes to le sure "there are men aud there is a party In the West stupid enough to lSivor them f and we w ill add that we have nn Kdltor tip this way that glories In the thing. He boasted not long since: of the ability of a "given number of Yankees" to force the adoption of their principles. Tlie scheme which the Enquirer alludes to above, will be adopted. ' Mark that There is no hope for the West, as long as the ptescnt party remains in power. The ltcpresenutlws they send to Congress are men of no ability or standing in the com munity from which they are sent. They arc generally of that type that take their cue, from Bi'Mnkr, Obeki.T, Bkhchkh & Von and of course soon become permeated with New Kngland ideas, and afterwards glory in their own shame, and the degrada tion aud impoverishment of tlie section which they misrepresent. There is scarcely one of these Individual ,but is big -with something of which lie expects to be. de livered before long. Schemck has deliv ered himself of a regular Yankee bastard in the shape of a proposition to amend tlie Constitution, which, if adopted would in sure the permanent ascendancy of New England, aided by a few subjugated Indi viduals from the West. '"' i Alexander H. Stephens. The Southern correspondent of the Bos ton Daily Advertiser five this interesting account of the Vice President of the late Confederacy: ',. , Willie in Augusta the other day 1 saw Alex. II. Stephens a little old man with most marvelous eyes looking not so much like a human being as like a cliaracter from one of Dickens' stories. Yet If Georgians reverence any body it is Mr. Stevens; and there isn't the least question but that his presence in the ntate is nenenvlai in tne Lest sense. He resists all Importunities make a public speech ; but I am tout tuat he converses rreely with all who call upon him, and that he urges everybody to ac cent the issue of the war in the most cheer ful and liberal spirit. While in Coliunbna two weeks ago I was told of a letter he wrote to a friend in that city Immediately after the famous Hamp ton Roads conference. I tried in every way to get a sight at it. but without success. The gentleman who told me of It had read it, and used these words iu respect thereto '-He said that peace could be obtained on terms not humlliatiuir to the south, ami Unit it ought, to be made at once, but Mr. I (avis aud his principal advisors did uot want peace." The Washington Monument. A few days ago the National Intelligencer puhllshed an Interesting historical vketch of tlie "Washington .Naiiuual JAonument," a structure, the unfinished aspect of which Is a downright eye-sore. In this little his tory is one dark page, which no doubt the writer would rather have omitted if accu racy aud fidelity had permitted. It reads us follow s : There wasasteue in the collection which. to the deep mortification and regret of all thoughtful and right-minded men of the country, we have to record as existing neither In this depository nor iu the walls ot the monument. Allusion is mane to tne beautiful block of African marble taken from the temple of Concord, in ltouie, a contribution lrom the Komnn Government through his holiness the Pope, ltsconstitu ted hcod, and which was ruthlessly plun dered iu the night time by an infamous gang, and destroyed, in tlie spring of The Washington Kifetatr suite, that atrocious act hero mentioned was one ot the brilliant deeds with which kuownoth- ingism, then rampant, illustrated lu glori ous career 1 The stones prescnto-d by the Mormons and by the Mohammedans were allowed to remain unuisturoeu i If restored, It would, no doubt, be safely protected : not so much because it was and would be a gift from the Pope, ai because I. 1 : 1 V... HtU.IH, J,t),l f" Tlie "Committee on Commerce" of the Natioual House of Representative has been instructed to inquire "what legislation, if any. Is uecessary for the safety ana protec tion of persons traveling upon railroads In the United States, and to report by bill or otherwise." We incline to the opinion that this is a duty devolving upon the legisla tures oi tne several niates. mil mat some steps should be taken to protect life from the carelessness of corporat ions aud their agents none win ueny. aii tne principal roads of the country nave beeu overworked duriuir the war. The rollluir stock, tlie rails, tlie bridges, all need repairing. Unless this be done, accidents will multiply instead of decrease. Tlie whole matter should be taken up by the several State Legislatures, the facts ascertained in an otllc.Uil munner, aud such laws passed as will remedy the evil com plained oi. fan. -Mr. A Fik Blai xbihu KooinvThe ladies' gallery in tlie House of Kepresentatives Is , said to be now crowded daily by a bevy of negro wenches, wiio applaud Abolition suouters ou the floor, and practically ex clude all white ladies from visiting Congress. SUPERIOR COURT. JUDGE HAYNES. i i j 11 John It. Collentt A$ntffnt of W. IK Phil- Ifatvn. K. W. Doriet am Administrator ot ! I). 7.. Pierre kr.-St.lt broiiKht upon an account for work and labor it carriage nui- kor a iillcjriMllii Knlil account for ilccitl- cnt, at hi r.qii.-Kt-Hl. rriiM' was first, that the ft.-v.mHt wttlwl-rwoml, that If uinM-tlteil.it was Wleilbv the statute lln.i- t.l - .a, Flrrt, by the MM..! of limit- tloiw generally-and awon.lly by the ntutU aa applicable to Administrators. .lury trial, and verdict for the defendant, jOtllln & fahlll for plaintiff, Conover At, fralKhead for the defendant. l-A.7... w,. v.. vn.M,.-s.ilihniVM upon an alleged breach of contract dam I ages laid at ;mn. Itefen.lant had entered Into a written lease, by, w hich she ayreetl to lease certain real estate iu Hutler tiiwn- hlp of this county, for a period of three years. The defense was that a short time before the plaintiff was to take possession, . rh. Tf by which the lr agreement was entennl Into ase or written agreement was made null and void. .lury trial and verdict for plaintiff for $lt!0. Conover A Craighead, for plaintiff; J. II Itaggott for defendant. Joh a AVuiitdy, ct. at. vs. John Cliuymtin survivor of B. M. Ayers & Company. Suit brought non an accommodation check given by B. M. Ay res & Co, to lavis A Cuppy, and by them transferred to Gilbert Kennedy lor money borrowed of him and, by Gilbert Kennedy transferred to John and Joseph Kennedy, the plaintiffs lu this ac tion. The principal defense made was that this was an accommodation check, given without any consideration and that the de fault thereon, attached to the defendant Cllngman. Jury failed to agree Uiona ver dict. Cause continued. Houk & McMahon for plaintiff; Howard for defendant. William Heed vs. Uilibard Jcieett. This suit was brought by the plaintiff against the defendant, a physician, for alleged mal practice in setting and treating a frac tured limb. Defense was a general denial of all tlie allegations contained ill the plaintiff's petition. Tritd commenced be- for a jury, and after hearing the testimony in behalf ol the plaintiff, and about one half of that In behalf of the defense, the plaintiff, with the consent of the Court, withdrew a juror, and dismissed the case. Smith & Howard for plaintiff; Conover A Craighead and McMahon tbr defendant. Wm. F. and J. P. Cumlyrn. the City of Dayton, ami Abraham Ltbuld Vs. the City of Dayton, and Henry lost vs. the City Dayton. These actions were brought by those several plaintiffs, against tlie City of Dayton, for damages arising out of the riot of May 6, 1863, in which the office of the Dayton Journal and adjacent buildings were destroyed by fire. Defendant tiled general demurrer to each of the petition' era, which were sustained by the ' Court. The plaintiffs refusing to further prosecute their claims, the actions were dismissed at their costs. Smith, Cuppy and Nolan for plaintiffs; Wm. Craighead, City Solicitor for defendant. Jaeob C. Kejder VS. Allen Sradford, Ex ecutor of Wm. Jiradford, deceased. Action for equitable relief. Plaintiff claimed that he held certain real estate in trust fur said Wm. Bradford deceased aud asked the Court to order the said Executor to take possession of the real estate mentioned, and out of said estate to refund to him the considera tion money paid by him for said laud to Abner Stevens and for such other relief as he might be entitled to lu equity. Defense was a general denial of all the allegations of the plaintiffs' petition. After hearing all the testimony, the Court held that no trust was established by the evidence and thereupon ajudgment was rendered aguinst the plain titt for costs. 'Jordan for Plaintiff; Young for Defendant. Martin Johnton't Adm'r vs. ham Johnson and Othm In this cose proceedings were Instituted by the plaintiff to establish a co partnership between Martin Johnson, de ceased, and his two brothers, Isani and John Johnson. Defendants denied tlie ex istence of any such partnership. The case was tried by the Court, and the evidence being heard, by consent of panics, tills case was continued to some future day of the present term for argument. Jordan' & Howard for plaintiff; McMa hon, Craighead and Hunger for defend ants. H'm. Hoffman, Sen. vs.. P. 11. JIullanan. Suit brought to recover rents alleged to due and owing to plaintiff by defendant. Defendant alleged payment and claimed setoff lor services rendered plaintiff, as physician, and for certain repairs done tlie property occupied by defendant at the request of said Hoffman, which tlie plain tin ny His. reply aenieu. mis case was given to the Jury on Saturday afternoon Falling to agree upon a verdict, the Jury was discharged. T. J. S. Smith for plain tiff; J. A.Jordan for defendant. There Is still a largeamountof unfinished business upon the docket of the present term. In passing we remark that the Court will hold another term, commencing on tlie second Monday in January, Instead of the first Monday of February lmu. Great excitement prevails In Galcsburg 111 relative to the murder and robbery a returned aoldlor. Tlie comrades of the deceased completely, destroyed the saloon In which tlie deed was perpetrated. i )' I. a a i The instructions of our Government the new Minister to Mexico, Mr. Campbell, are to proceed to the headquarters of Jua- rex, aud follow him wherever he goes, thus making a moral demonstration agaiust Maximilian NEWS OF THE DAY. . """"nt"""- A N,"w Wk "Ilh taten that there Is hlKhly -.riant Fenian news in New or cit - Vr" ''e tenor of the ills- ; The people Of Vlnrluia and NorthVaro- 1 nprnjlvcof mi outbreak amoiijf iliirlnjt thohollilnya. Tlieniip- rlt',"'"r ' "'1 '"' 'niond ami pftiivlllr """' "T " " ",nl wlll Im! rrph-fd'froin IVHrmlicrSI toJan- ""rJ '" ' uiiiKum uiepiot-ii suura that the inroc reai.louUii that city are, ,, rv l"'!'""' iiiiiiiiiixiiiiijr.in nun.ncr, "tey t tliy are Katlierlnir lu the rural UmtrleU. nave patcln-s received. It Is said tliat united action is demanded, teciiniary and other wise, to the full extent of the brotherhood. The Senate were to hold an extraordinary sessiou yesiertniy. Tresidcut .lolinson has tKwitlvclv decllu-! ed to accept a earring made for him by tlio workmen of the army realr workshop; after their working hours, and It has beeu purchased by Secretary Stanton. it Is asserted that In less than three months the French troop4'wlll all be with drawn from Mexico. A quorum of the Committee on Ways i aud Means will remain In session during the recess of Congress, It is thought that an appropriation of iU00.000 will be necessary to support In- digent Indians on the Plains. A delegation of Mississlpplans on ThiirS' i day presented to President Johnson a peti- tion for the pardon of Jefferson Davis. The Terre Hahte Railroad depot, at i n-! iiamipoiis, was ycsieruay nenny destroyed by a locomotive explosion. Two men were mortally injured. A tire at Fond du I,ac on Thursday d- stroyed property to tlie value of $S0,0U0. The Indiana Legislature yesterday ad- ourtied its extra session. In the case of A. H.Garland, of Arkan sas, In the Supreme Court at Washington, Hon. Keverdy Johnson, on Suturday, deliv ered an able argument, taking the ground that the test-oath act was an ex pott facto law. At a caucus of the Southern Congressmen elect remaining iu Washington, it was decided that the entire body should return to their homes and awuit the action of Congress. NEWS OF THE DAY. Special Notices. a be to of to Itokmek.' Hitters. lai Jest,' aaid s. ftantaiJui to hla frfand who ra markad thai "Ureeakacks ar hut Robacks aire better." A Oouvb, Oold, or So. Throat, Raquiaaa immbduts arrtHTioN, nd aaooLO bb OSBUBBB lr AkLOWBBrO CONTiaUB, II orTIS TBB BBSULT. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES HAV1 Of MOT 1NVM)INP TO Tl FA Br It, IVI IM MIDI ATI BIUIT. For Broach. tin,, AMthma, CaUrrh, Cob- snmpUTe and Throat Diseases, TO0M AIH DIM Wit t.WY WM lUCCKM. ; . HlHOtEHH AMP PUB HO 8PIAKKR4 will And Tnchu tiMfu. m olomnog the voice hn tkQ bofur hinjcing or 8jeinK, and rHiATin the throat en unusual xartioo of the focal ortrani. The Trotka are rixKomina.i!e(l and preaoribed by Physicians, aal hare had testimonial from etnineu men throughout theoonutry. Doing an art tola of true merit, and h mnif fuui their elncnuy hy a twrt of many year, anyih year AilQa them in new lonahtire various part of the world, od the Troche r umverstlly pruuomtoAd b itter than ether ar iolet. Obtain only. 'TJiowa'i Bbokouiai TtocBsa," and do not take nf X the WtetklM lMUn4in that may be offered, Bold everywhere io the United Statee, and in For eign Countries, t W weoU per bos. -octal emdew HMtel(ra UltUnsatbe Uftttle rielsl. It is satitdketory to know ibA our field hosoiUls r do longer initippl.1 with this Ufo-savtax prem- rmtion. Soldiers wbo, tu pr.vtUettiseium.s4 becvio soqusinted wt'h Its prp.rtie, hitfe lu msuj inttUa- oes mJ ft spouisl rsqusst that UUSTKITCK'S aTf)ca B ITT KIH might b added .to tha medical storiw ot Uiir rg: inADts, and their wishes har Dot boan unbeedod. k a oaft.it. ot austaloiug wouvded fnaaon tha bckUla Held, and of eoabliug troop to bear fetiaiifat; nMnhia uiier a Waaintx nun, fi ha- baaa atrauuauily rxmtnmadd hy dmttnguished medioal men, and tha proptat Is thst it will eTQtu allysupirolsall tha a.iiltaratd tinctures, liquor and itatvsroiM TihiUa that hava heratofora btten o)aaidard mtdwiniil a'apleii. Tht faut that a small quantity oi tim &ittart m.xa4 with water from any of tha Itoutbarp or HoutbiHiUrn rivers will prat an t fVona arteoilag thbftar -.turn Hvr, ehttt be borne In mind by Army Ptiyatieians, soi'tittrs, ad all who have eooaatoa tw visit thoea pothons of aur oauntry. The man who uMa HO0TBTTKB'fl BIT TP.K8 in oooforoiity with the direotiona, nry - et at daflaaoa laUranituial fever and all other disaHi tputaratAMl by t etirtiitMorma tiownAlaioiui atmo- phare noon an ovaruxetl frame. MEOICALNOTICE. r Br. E. CON fi inty ba anuaullad aa followa i In XENIA a Hie Uaitol K..U.IK Moum, on Thura days Hov, l.l, I. ttK 1, u,uvb a, April l. In HATTOH at III" I lillllpN Monaa, on r rl.lata .Hor.M, Fah. , Sauli 3, April II. InTaVlf Milrt Mrrle Mouaa.nn Ha4urduy Mu. , Ilea. , Kab. 3, Hatyh tu, April H. In SPHNUriBLUat the Willie Houaa, on Thura- day a. Nor. SU, Jan. t. Fen. A. auvoh 11., April IV. nr. 0O has liod oAoaa in eaih of tha above plaoea, that no haa regularly flatted for tha pant aav. on yeen.aua aa ha 4ia4 traale4 aod aMra4 nmoy I'H kent. in aa.'ho tea ahofe ploaai., 1 ca-t iva Ibo beat of reference in eer.h plaue, aa to hla atlU. Dr.CONR Traata.and Ourea.nll aariatiaa ofchrnnio dlaaaaea, iniludieit thoae of the Ere and Bar; o.akw no obarae for oonaultatten i but if thoae who eonault him daaire treatment, be ehargee Caah tor hla Mad otnen. Madloinaa that will laat a patient from four to six tool ha, ooat from Vive to Thirty dollara, in flaah. Addraaai Or. JCOONB, norafr-dly Oginm, Ohio. The Loulvllln Courlr.r nayn: "Tlie Southern Mat1 "are In the t'ulon' for all practical tHirpoM, inch a amending thr constitution : ami they are out of the Union' for all practical purpose, Midi n hiking .onta hH on;rrv.." New Advertisements. :. i ; t J I i j FRANK 8 A UP, ne a tan i a Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SPECTACLES, Etc., Xo. HX Jtlern St., ItA VTO.V, O. AT- Particular ilalioa pall io Repairing. "M December ao, oKw 1. I. wNitaoas. a. a. una. WIIITMOIti: & IAMS, ManurirturAn sad De..tn i BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ' ' J- J- t iiS'J VI KTII HTKKICT, (OK KOOX.) DAYTON, OHIO. Thar kss.i s ooastiqt aupoly of Flooo Ooodal Which will bsmsrfsnn TO SKISH onthsabnrt asi oAtu sod si ttia moat KEASOXAIILK RATKM. "FITS" WARRANTED IN ALL CASES. Thajr ksap s full aaaot'ment of SIIIHTS, COIJ.AHS, 'H A VATS. HOISKKY.TIEH, Ac. D cambar, tA. de-V.3m DiNIGL H. WAKNEK'S KHTTE. NOTICE 15) harab, tivan, that lha iinaanritgnad haw haan ap rM'otan ami qualinari aa hxcoiltor ol iha l.aat Will an.l To.l imant m immal R. Warner, Into of Mo. taumarv u"c. J.!, ,V. uecrioi ABKSHAM WABNEB. Great Business Change ! IlBMOVAIi OF THIS Eagle Clothing Store! H. SCHWARZ, The entarprminjr proprietor of the well known Kettle Clothing Htore, KM Main Htreet, adjoining the Em jure onVo, will remove on the lt of April, Ihm., hn place ol liiinHt to, No. It8 Main Street No. 118, South ot his present location, (tie Grcoery Store now ocoiiDifm uv jnefsni. nciniire m itearu.iwnere ne in- teorii. oarryiSsTon a Wholesale and Retail Mannfactur ibb Clothing uouse, eeconu to none in ine wont. He call) the eMpeial aiteniion ofhii numerous eu tome re and all thonainwant of laehionahle and well niavieolnthiotf, that he will commence sell ma ofl his eniire stock ol goods Positively at Cost ! Consisting of First-Class Frock OVT-IIOOATS, COATS, BUSINESS SUITS, of bis own selection, TRAVELLING SHIRTS .. . of every style and (anility. DRAWERS, A hea-y article of UNDERSHIRTS, ic, Ao. 4c, Tha publla will bear in mind that hia ate.k of elofh iu was aal-ntdd wiih great care, and bains connactad with a larsanianiiliicuirinft houaa in Cincinnati, ena bled him to obtain hia urawant atock of cuatonamada clothing, rounh below tha nausl Asuraa,aud il persona Intha leaatdealnng food olothtn st IiowFrloesi will oertatnly Hnd It girntly to (heir Interact to exam ine for 'hemaelvea before the largaat bulk of hla atoek will b aold, aa ha maana to aail out bta ontiro auxk beforo tha lt of April, AT COST. FINI THE PliACK I JOS MAIX STREET, 108 Adjoining Bmpiro Othoo. II. HWAKZ. Dacemtwrzl, 188S. dtf WALKER & TURNElt, . . G LOTIIING! a n o Boots ct? Slxtrsos, Nu. 'l THIBD BTRKET, . DAYTOM, OUIO. W Itiam Walker having aaaociatd with himialfin buainaaa. Mr. Perry Turnrr.ttia new Hrm are now pre pared to accommodate their euAtomera with every ariiuieoi gentlemen a wai.ruigapparai i tnaiue laieat atyia ana ueat iitiiniy. Tooaewiie wnai COATS, TAA'TS, VESTS SHIRTS, H01SERY, HANl-KEIM'IIIEFS, GLOVES, BOOTS. SHOES, SLIPPERS, &c, Will do well to give them n call v Aloon hand, n complete ajaortmant of Hoys' Olotliin t Remember, the old atand. No. at.l Third alreet. dwiXl lawtl. WAbKEK TURNER, Greatest Invention of the Age. SELF-RAISING FLOUR! Advantage of Self-Raining iYowr, fllHT SaVVINO op TIM kin preparing it roR I the oven, and tha oertainty ef Uie results in any oliinale, diilerenue of temperature not effect Ine it; it; II T wiuie the far man ting process oy yeasi is aeiteeuall dttpADilent on tmp?ratr.re. end oan not be uited witn i-u-'oeas in either ferv hot or Tar cold climaieai. and w th every fanihty occupies several hours, and is thcD verr uncertain n its rfirKi. The SKl,r-H&lhl. Vt.OVH will be found dfi dedly Iheobmtneat thai nan bn used for houKehold puiimses. AVING T1I1UTT PER CRINT. in butter and i-Kxa, and making Uie most superior bred, libt pantry, cake, puddings, dumplingd, bitter and griddle iiis, 3., with snuo.i eeenonsy ol time and trouble. Directions (bruiting, at-coni) mying aaub package. For sale iu asoks or by the barrel t.t T. R. GILL1S FLOUR STORE. Koarthr.peet,just eastof Msin, Pay too, Ohio, where an nru'ra hdouiq oe auaresseu. Ieoair.ber i3, dtf. Notice to Bridge Contractors. SIXTH STltEKT H!U IG R, C1TVOF DAYTOXi Auditor's Orairs, MnaraoiiaaT Oo., 0 ) lYToa, ieoaiuber 0, 1806 f SRALKD PR00flAle4 WILL BR RECEIVED AT the Andltor'e Gft.ee until Monday, January 1, I Ma,1,. 12 oV'lock, A. M , by a Joint Uommittee. ooro-l-i.v ef Martius Bottler, John Butt, and John Wosn . ."if, Britiite Uommittee of the eitv of Juavton. and J -iimij Ap,iiKsta, a Oomtnittoe appointed by the UuvrU of t:uny Uemmuittouere. To build an iren bn.lMe aurone the canal on Sixth etre t, in the oily of fJaytnu, as lollowe : IT tet inheaiivJlieelMr, witha sidewalk on onealde, five ftt in width, syppoaed Io be sixty feet in width, more or ltae Bide te be made by the single foot. Ruoh bidder is rlee required to prarnt end bid upon hi own plan and Mperifluatious The Coinm ttoe ra eerve the right to rttieet auy or all bids if (hey think proper. J. W. IlKTR!iH, Auditor. MAROUtt BUHI.RR, de.tklawxw Cbairinaa Bridge Com. XOHN RRIDAY'B rMTATB-ON TBB dD PAT 0 of Nowdiu-t. ItWS, the undersiifnrd waa ap poiuwo aui tfuwintMi auminiairaxor oi om eaiaie or I f one rnaey, uue IftonlAouurj oountj, Oiuo, of wM New Advertisements. New Advertisements. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. ''; rAHIO)f AKI.E O T B ri A H O XT S B HAT STORE. Iyer Beirrlptlon or Rati and Caps, Ladles' and Children's Furs, Kobe, 4e aVc., mHI t'NtlKRSHlNRI) BK...S TO INrORat THE X pulHlo that HE HAS NOW OPENED, AND WILL KKKP tOSST?TLV ON HAND, 1 F.VKBVf AISO'tHAT IS ' ' XEir AXI DESIRABLE, IN TUKABOVCLINK. Eveythlng in the Market. ' THAT IS Attractive, Desirable or New : Wltl BR Added from Time to Time; making it onr or thk Most Complete Estalishments, OF TBR KINP, ' IX THE .STATE. n Ladies and Children's FINE FURS! OF THK CHOICEST ANI ItlCIIEST QUALITIES SOLD IX THE WEST, Lower than Cincinnati Prices. I raapectfullyaollcitsnexaroina.ioo of ateck. U. A. HKKItMAN, decl dlT Fo. S Main itreet, Datum, Ohio. J. V. NAUERTH & SON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKAI.EH8 IS FOREIGN, . . CANNED and DRIED FIIUITS. ALSO, oyetors, Oaudlosi Wines, Olsars, r'lre-Worlts , Ac, &.(-,, Ac. : J. V. NAURTH A SON, dec4 10H Main Street. NO MEDICINE GIVEN. DR. DODGE, Lexington Avenue, NEW YOXX, ' PRACTICAL PHYSICIAN , FOB CHRONIC DISEASES, LATE OV VEW YORK CITY, ALBANY, MUNIKKAL, OUEBKC, UKTMOIT, CUICAGO. 8T.IX)L13ANDCIN- '. ClXJsATI, HAS . TAKEN PAH LOUS, Noh. 8 aud 4, at the PHILLIPS HOUSE. IN TUB CITY OK DAYTON, Where HE "Will HEAL THE SICK. . vuou ' Mouduy, December 4th, 1800, Friday, December 21th, 1805. UE WILL IOSlTIVELY REMAIN NO LONGER. WIIKlia U MAT B CON8ULTKO. FROM 9 UNTIL 8 P. M., EACH DAY. Ho Medicines Given ! No Surgical Operations Performed Chronic Disease Cared ! Acute Fain Instanly Believed TI! LiMB BLIVD SEE 1 Over rifty Thousand Operational 37 X "XT m THAHI danlMnwIw New Advertisements. New Advertisements. Medical. DR. STEVENS & CO. IRIVATK niHRARS Cl'HRU TRR HHORTKNT nowililetimn.at the OinxMnnati itonk HohpiUiI, 14 Wfit Third strwl. batween Walnut and Vid. ui Mtaire. without the use of Mercury, loss of time, or change ol diet. nr Hi r.vKnw, ny special etmiy enn exoerienoe in thehospiU.s of Baltimore, London and Pans, Is en to fiiarrantee a in re in the ra oat compM natednaaee. R-vant raaea of (Gonorrhea or Hvphilie ouretl in a few days, without change of diet, or hied ronca) n,m iKiiiinenn fwrninary nynrillie Tne mil iewtin radKvd without th ue of Metoury, Victims ef eelf-abusaand e vaiuiiva vanarv. 'nuAtir. iiiRfmin HprurUorrhfta, and Iom or phyMicMl and maniupowar, innii(iwtuoa or ;onsupUion, Frup Unni,"Nrvnu - Oounh, H ypochondrte. Me., era treated for Livr Oomp aint Ityvpepeia, and OnnnumpUnn, it iKnQr-- invn, wh hi i m n. r iae n)cij for llle rkiisoH of the Til, and thus multiply both. Married mim, and thoae pontemulatiMir mai-riava. should nwtora vigor to tiuir hodien and minds, era , meyaentau miaery ana am ease upon inoaa of their posterity , - Di(4R4fs peculiar to females treated. A cure (.iter ranlsed tn sllnat s Persons at a rfiutenee promptly fiird, hr addmsm, with statement of oae. Dr. AOli.,,74-Wonllhud street, OincinnaU, i hm. Oihre hours from A. at., to S P.' M-: ftundays to It A. M. deoS-lyd OYSTERS, OYSTERS ! ! LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTIVE I OYSTERS. XX KKESHOVSTEUS XXX. I am m in bally reeefpt of the beat branna of FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS Dirtnt through From the Ray by Faal Rxproaa: I am determined o aunpry mv eiiatomrra wilhtlio beat i lyatara in the world, at the amnllent advance tn 'obi. )y tne wnole or ball can, coaa or dosn caaea. WarranleO good t.iva mo one call and if I do not prove the above I will notoidi an ther. A. CM IlllHbl&VV. ; Ocaola Building, Filth itreet, onoaual declll dim " ! I I. DAVIS & HUO., ; . -pulbb in COAL AND WOOD! -ens BTn-r-LTtwe ooascasas wm tni 13 33 ST OOLXX That can be had, both for house and steam purposes CHEAP AS THE CHEAPESTI The bat quality of WMD. long, aawed, or apllt, iwaya on nana. CALL & RXAMINEOUK PRICES Dnimlaiii, 18(iS. dim WHAT MORB APPROPRIATE CHRIBTMAB prerent as you make to your WIVKN thin n LIFE INSURANCE POLICY In tha old reliable Irl3.O0T-l 1 TC, 0VXut-U.,l ! Ol? HARTFORD, CONN.? Thia would inaure your family againat want In oaao ol your death, and ooat you but n trill ng yearly Bum. Gall and aea tha agent, declWat Corner of rillh aiid fenereon ata. Insurance Notice. rilHI riTOOKHOI.riRRS Or THI OHIO IN8UR. a. An1 Ti uuairAR i, are nereny nounea tnot too Annual Blention of rHteolora will be held at tneOnVe ot the Company. Dayton, Ohio, on MONDAY, JAN UAKY 1, lus, balween tha hour ol A, M. and 111 M. W. U. OILLKHPIal.SM'y. Dayton O., Doe. ID, 1HU. declD-da Dissolution. DIPSOLIITION OF C0-PART"I1R"HIP. THft eo-partnerahip, haraeoforo axiirtiee ho&weea VredericB Idmga and r,enamin Bhieble, nnaer the name and firm of Lango A Hhlebie, waa dxaaoired, by mutual oonaent, Deoemror 13, lHAi. Mr. Lango will ooutlnuo botineaa nt tho elegant atand in tho baeemem of tho Opera Honaa. and will aettie an acoouota pertaining to tne late nrm. derj4dla LA LANOK SCHIBBLB. Farmers Take Notice. I AM ftUILIilNO PRAO RAW MILLS AT BOM. BABliKkV,DWtUHTACO'ti., kefcuer Werka. of two oattema, one to attach to other power, and tha other combined The draft in thia maeluae ia leaa tban corn atubbU ateamg. in eonaequeooe of tha two nnnana hanging on a aw ng whlo.n girea aronRiag mouon to tbo haw, whkh la ao neoeaaary to nut ana eeey cutting. Two huide only required. Tho tender of tuo eaw arirea. Bend fore oiroular. JAKVlCASE. deoMwtt Dayton, Ohio. 0rER4 HOISE BKSTAtRAM. iBILLIABI3'BOOM8, ajrnir mi at in maiai rtrti aBB.y , . .; , Dnjtorx, Ohio., ." , Meals at all Honrs, And tha UNe will bo Airaiihad with orery luiury and dlipwy of the aeaaon The Billiard Tablea are from the celebrated man. utalorieaof Juloa aalka and nVunaw.ek A Bro.,0in. oinnali. The Rar la auppliad with Winaaand Liquora of lha choloeat branda, both foreign and domeetio. OytatoifBi, BY THE CAN, and , , ' ., IN.THB SHELL, CAN ALWATa BB Uit AT TIIH IIOlhtK, DURINO THI BKABOM. , AIk), GAME OF ALL KINDS. The patronage of tho publlo ia reaeof.'utly eolio ted dooUtt Turnpike Notice. mUl STOCKBOLIJllia IN TBI MlAMtfBURU X and Oenuirville Tuninika Compaoy are hereby notinad fo dmi at tboottvieof i. D. 8ha'haa,J.P, in Miaroixhurg, Ohio, on Monday, January A. laas, at 1 o'clock P. M., for tho purpose of aUaUnj aovoa (7) dirrntora toarrra the enauing yoar. u decsdawtl dBUKUK A. OROVE,Trea. Xaf'TRroa'S SvficWfWt under- V aigoed haa ban duly appoinled admmietrator of tlieeRt.te of John H. Hofflatn. lata of Monlaomary oounty, Ohio. dereaad. LEVI HOFFMAN. Denember 1. 1U6. ' dtcliwst. OHIO HT ATM HOUSE INSDRANCECOMPANY rw f!iwnvif ATI. miin. " , 1 , sct tuiru ireeii 1 DATTON. OHio. 1 iivo m, . i a a Are now prepared to Inaure Horaaa. bin, Mulaa. A... eeeinal TheA or Death from Acoident nr lliaeexe on moat lllairal terma. declll-dtl Insurance Notice. Till BTOOK HOLDERB OF TBB TKUTONIA IN BUR AMOK OomMK. Dailon. Ohio, are herebe ttoUned to tuoet at lhaolnceuf tha Oomny, No. UMI -iniru atreew iaruin, uiuo, on MeutarL January t, IfciO, lielw. en a ajtd A o'olotik P. at., for tlie purooeo of efM'iliig nine Diwtore te Merve the enimeg fear. dertH-dlm JllHN H. iTOPKK.I.MA W W, Bee'y. DANIKLi WRAVBB'B kBTATR -ON THB 1UTH day of December ltaA, too uideraigned barn hen appointed admialatratoraef ine ea ale of tientol Wonrer, late of MonUomerr county. Ohio, deoanaad, H. 6. BLAOK, aecl-Jw BBKBT WBAYBt.