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rrwek ( ayM-ln 0rr''y.'...'.... -.. " lly m ill, pr annum, in advaoea t H WKKKLY KMlMltH. ' irTeen.y p.r nnnnm fri no )" I ne ? utr iUi fro rf pintail ia Id ni - y nit ry co'inty. I .ymd .n n lrniw! ' in nil t-nt-H 'wrt , job PFmsrriisro. (if otflt-T rfeeTiptinn, minted on Rteam Preeae, ie ha tmrt tvl-s nd tu roaxonaMe pric, i:mplr Hnlldlnff, tlO Irani Medical. 1 f THE GREAT STRENCTHENINC TONIC. (Mot ft WliiMkj i'repm-ation.) Hoofland's German Bitters I Will rnre hl'.HILl'ff reeulling from any nue whawver. . IT PKlitITIl OF Til K ft -NT Kill, Induoad by SKVKKK 1IAIMISIIIPS, . . . , KXPOsUKK. of KEVKKS IHSKASKS OF t'ANI' MTU. hoi.diicrh, trn.KSH, MALI: OK PKMAl.K, ADtnj.T OR TOITH, Will And in thin Hlitere a pur" Tonic, not dataitdent on tat ItMiuirM for lneir Almost mins-iilou etlxcta. Oyspopsiai And all itveme re milting from I iaordera of the Livrr nn1 I)tPFtiv Organ, arepnred by HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS I 'Mill Htitrra ha I'arffarmed more cur oh, give bolter eiUiVuotien. hut more terdtmony, haa nwra rwn perl able peopl io vouch for It, than any other aiticle in the market. We defy any one to contradict thin ah. her t run. and - . UH.U PAt tr,om To any can who will prodite a cnrtiflintfl published oy n mat i not genuine. IIOOII.AKl) Kit IT! AT UITTI.KM Will euro every oite of CltllONIC OU NKKVOUS nKBIIJTV, AND IHSUAHKfl OK TIIK KlhNI'.YH. Observe the CriHowmff symptom reenltin from diHorder of the ditCeRhve oifHO: Onimtipitinn In anl 1'ilew, Kdlnew ofltlond to the Head, Aridity of the Htimih, Nhiiho. Utrtbmn, irti;iiMt lor Kood. Guinea or Woin. in the Mionirujl,, fcour Knnttatioua, Sinking r h'UoUtriox at the I'tt ot th SiemiVih. Htninnnii'K of t e Ifend, Hurried ami iliHM-'lt Hroathing, KhilUTin at (he Heart, Choking or Hiiftoeatina 8rn(ttrona whn iu a ling pofnro, Dimneaa of ViMion, Vrtt or Wflu Mim tliaHight, K?r ftttil ltill Fain Inlhn (ImI, I tcfiffom-y nf Per fipiration. VellowneMi ot lhHkiu nnd Kyui. I'aiu in IheSidn, Bai'k, Uhint. Iiiinfm, Ar., iudden KhulifH ot Meat, BurmnK m ihn Kiol, Ooimtaui iinaxininKi of Rvil, andxr-'l Ueprmmtonof HfiiriU. KKniKMUIlU ? Thai, thin Bittern to nut Acholic, contains no Rum or WhinKy an) ran n.it maa UrunkttH, but im the Hv&t Toi mth Worhl. o UKAD WHO HA VM NO. From the Rev. Ivi U. B !(, Pastor of th BiipliKt Chun h, retnWrton, N. .1., Ibriii-rlv of the Worth Bft('it Churrh, FinlA'Jc! hia, nt rjut 1'HHtor of lh Bat tit UliurrU, CluvHtr, Pa. 9 I hare known HooHon.i'n German Bittnru favornNy for a numMrof yoarn; I lnvA imJ ihoni in uiy own family, Km I hv bevn ymn.t with lluir rrtwLs, thai 1 whm utiiiii't'il to rr (oininnl them to many nthPTH, ami know Ihtt they Iuva opitrnlfd iu n Ktril:inly l'Otliciul mnnncr. I taku grnal nlnannrc in thtift puMu-ty priMlHimin; thit f-:l, antl odhng the attention oftho;ittl uil with the disnnHftn for vthiWi thy arn rtommnlo I, to than Bttlent, knowing f torn MiiermB that my ity omtnuiiiia ton will m HiiHtaincil. I lo thin morn olitmrfnlly HoiilitDd BidArn in intrnlil to tmn'WH the aillu'tfd, ami im "not rum tlriiik." Yourn, truly. LKVI U. BECK, From Hof. W. 0. Swgfriwl, Faator of Twelfth Bap tini Chun lit Philadelphia. - ' V . (Jentloinen: 1 have wntly ljon lalmrhifl under the diittrc'HKtni; rnWtn of (n tiKention, aiuoinpanied by a protttnUion ol the nervous Myrttcm. Numerous reme died wem reiHiiomeiicied by fnDd.i, and sonio ol hem UinUil, hut without rli'f. Vour HouilitndV (ierman Bttlera were reiommended ly peraona wlio had tried thm, and wtioee nvonihle mtmtmn of them Hitler iudu('td inn to try them. 1 munt vonff Hit that 1 haii an aversion t Pulent MudK'Niett from the 'thniiHand and one" qiiiuia "Bit. rH," whonn only Him tteemn to he lo palm olf aweeiened and druxed tipior upon the romnnuiity in a fly way, and the tendency of whim, I far, ih to malce many a von firmed lrnnkard. l'oa kHrnm Untt yonrn waft really a medlcinaj preiiamhon, I (oou it wiih hapy etle'i. IU aution, not only up n Mie atomn-m, lea upon the nervona aj?im, wh pnmipl nnd Kraliiyin I fel that I nave derive! ttraxt and p'-rmaiiiit Inmk lit from the uae of a few hntife. Vnry r"illy, youre, W. U. HKlUfKIKli, No, 54 ShHkainauii - ..... .. , FrAtn Rev. J. Newton Brown, I. Editor of the KncyHopmha of Krhffiout Knowlpdo J.ud Chrmban Chroti'4-.to, l'hiladelphiK . AHhouKh not difpoed to Jnvor or reooinmtnd Pat ent MwlieiorM iu tf-nyral. tltnuh diHtrmd ol their inredifiitM and tfll, I yot knw of no aiinViont naHona why a man may not l'Nlily to the benefit he behaves hinHef to have rnoeived from any Him pie preparation, in the hope that be may thua uoiitnlKit to the betu'til of olherw. , I do this the more readily in regard to Moofi ind'a (ierman Bittera, prepared by Br. C M. Jiusk.wii, of this city, beuatiM 1 wan nriudicMl axainat them for many yeara, under the imprr hhjoo that they were trhienv an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my fnend, itobert Bhoemnker, Kn., for Ut removal of thia prejudice by proper tetttn and lor envoi irairt-m ant to try them when Himnnu from grent and fins ron tinned deUhty. The mm of three botiiea of thoea nxiera m tne Desismna: ci me preneni year, wa ri- lowed by evident relief and reMtiiration t u dKree of boilklv aod menial yior, wbh-ti I had not felt I nix mouths before, and ha I Binoai dr'spareI of n-inuu-in. I therefore thark God, and my friend for di recting me to the line of them. J.JiKWCON HKOWNailfttelpaia. From the Be. R. T. Fendall, AnafDUBt Xditor Ohnnuan (Jhronicle. Philadelnhia. I have derived df cidod be nefit from (ha u of riooUaud a tlerman Bittern, and ftlit my prnrdetfe U reoominend tiiein ae a anot Vidiiitbi ionai. to all who are unite nug (nin Menertd debility or (ruin dnt eaaaa arinug from deranroeutoi Uiuliver. YourM Ituly, E. I). KKNOALI,. From Rev. D. Memo, Pah tor ef the J'tyuok Churoh, rkiiMlelphia. From the many rciirectahln ret onimendaliona Riven to Or. UooHnnd'a Otirman Bittera, 1 waa induced lo Sive them a triaw Alter utint; aeveml bottle I foun4 if m to be a good remedy (or debdiiy, and a moat ex. celleut tome for the stomach. p. MKKKIUK. From Bev. Wm. Hmiih formerly Pewtor of the Vin oentown and MilJrille (N. J.) Baplixi Churcbea, I'luiadelnbia. Uavintfuiwf in my family a number of bottle of your Uooitauu a German Uiiiera, I have to aay that 1 reKard thfin aa an excellent mediciae, apwially adapted to remove the diM-ato they are reoomuimidea lor. They alrengthen ami invigorate the ayMtem when debtliiatd, and are lMefui in dirtoitler of lite liver, loaa of appetite, Ae. I have alao recommended them to eeveral of mv friend, who have tried ihemt and found litem greatly hunefVial in Mie restoration ot health. , Youth, truly, WM. 811 IT II, One Hutchinson Htreol, 1ST v rom the Kev. Thoa. WinUtr, I). 1., I'aator ol Itoa borough BupUdt t hurch. Dear8ir: I feel itdue to tour excellent prefwum tton, Uootland'a Uerman Bitlera, to ald my te-.tinion to the deaorved reputation tt ha obtained. I have for veara.utlime. been!lrouhed with treat diaorder in my head andoervou ayatem. I wa adviaed by a rnemi to iryatmuieoi )our Herman nuiera, i ati bo, and have experienced great and unextc:ted re lief; my health baa baeu very niatnrially tieueflted, I conlideatly reoommetid the artiot where 1 meet with oaaea idraiwr to my own, and have hrea aaeered by many ef their Kood eil-tn. KoHpeeLfnlly youre, T. WIN 1KB, BoxhorouKh, Pa. 33 arwiaa or oouhtkkvriti. Boetludthe aignature of "O. M. JAUKdON" ioa the wrapper of each Uitlle. Should your parent drurtciat not hve thi article do uot be put ofl by any of the intoxicating prepara tion that may In ottered in IU piwte, but aend to ua and we will forward) aecurely pavked by expreaa, raianeAL or no a ad KAkirrAroav, N A3I Arch Ml., fhllMdrlphla. Fa. JON KM V ICVANM, W)MiOf to C. M. JAiKSOM A f.) PajeaiKTeaa. 4 Fer aale by DruggiaU and leaJeiw in every lowu ia be UaitedHUue. ieuiM-3BnatawJaww VOL III DAYTON-O., THUIISDAY, DECEMBER '..38, 1805. NO. 71 Cincinnati Cards. MONUMIiNTAIi )YHTI5lt CO., W I L L I A arT AT LOR, BAlrilHORB, Ml. Fresh Can and Keg Oyster HECKIVKll DAILY 11 Y KXl'KRSH. Aloo, Ooto n. rtpiod Oytm, Oinm, lAhstem. PirhPls, Bn'H. 'P, And Jpl!iiKt For- oi?n VrnitB, i ' M. 12. Corner Firtli nl Vino St reets, d.4dwtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. CHARLES C. DOHERTY & CO., IMIIHtTKIIfl AND 4lll!KliS (llf. MILLINERY GOODS, BONNETS, RIlMtONH AND Slt.KS, it7 Itiiee Street, tlorner of Union, H(1TM-D PflArl And Third, d4dwlf OIN INNAT1, OHIO CHARLES HOFER. WHOI.KHAI.R TlKAI.KH IN Bourbon and Ryo Whisky, No. 24H Walnut Street, deAdtwir CTNClNNATf, OHIO. M. THOMPSON. UMBRELLA, PARASOL . ANt tt'ttlkliifi Cane Manufactory,-- No. 107 Main HI. Iwl. Fourth rillh, CINCINNATI, - - OHIO. Kopalrlng rromptlr Attended to. II iw-ly ADAM CEIS, Mn ttrnHH nnrl -litrhliiig MAM U t AO I 'UHiiK, no. (15 FitTii 8T., ni-rr, walnut anp vink. Cln. lniiHll. Olilo. SUPERIOR GOODS WILL BE FURNISHED TO ORDKK AT MOOKItATK I'KICES, rot City and Country Trade. .l.Mllv Coal and Wood. I. 1AV1R Ar KKO., ' DK4T.KKK IM COAL AND WOOD! a a acrruviNO coaairiiaaa with tub BEST GOAL! That can be had, iHithlor hoitrte and eteam purpose CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST! The beet quality of WOOII lont;, fawed, or aplit, nlwxya on liand. CA 1,1, & I0X AM IN K Oil It lIt ICKS ip..dml.er tt, lw. l3m Billiards. WILLIAfiy BILLIARD StL0!l. 1 '.. Ji I nlranrf, Third Afreet, nvt door tm M'umt tMit:v9 eise lliroHb I'hoeHli. Ilauan. fpil K atlran.tioni have lam greatly inerened by two I new and elegant fiitir pocket tah'tM with HruiiN- wi!K a larott improved patent cilHluon and a K'n era! rennvation aad rHitHiw of tiw whole eNtahliHh. nient. He is thankful for pant favorrtandah(Mt re- ipwtiuiiy a eonunuinne or in puhiin pafronnL'n. Wibl.IAMS, i'ro.netor. aiiRlflS'nil &:.V ... " .si: fc! n Na l ' i-i Gold and Silver Goods. GOLD AND SILVER GOODS. ; TIIK QLlVltKLIAULK HOUSE. I P. A. LAFEE, I No. 33(IThlrt Htreet. ilaj'ton, Uhlo, i IIAS JUHT RF.TI!RNRL KkOM HIW VnHlf 1 1. with A Miipnrb Mnortmnnl of pxtrA ctocmI. i n his Una, conualiiiu of Ui tri(cat wl mot ttrftnt i GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, and fine iewolrv, too nninerniia to menLion in ilfltail Hie arrangement with importer and maniifanturer ia auoh that NO (INK nan underaeil him in iU me line and quality afftoodM, WholeMleov IteUil. Thowe woo arn auqiiamieo wnn nt Cimimeraneea and bul noaa at home, !are aware that no Kami m Went, eanarlord to aell at the aame low urofil. Hi iiuaranUee to hi yoodn, for the pat fifteen yeara mnnifiniv injn in taimniMin n ere, nave laan miru DiiToutttV met. These are fh.it known in tlmiiHftn.l The auliMcrilier alao hae. a men a ether stiMnor nooxi ib the ne, an exi-ellent aeaortmeui oi Opera tiiiMmm, gwiuo ui kiiniiinn uin aa iweive-glAMe looua. SIIKI'HKIUVH I'ltKMIUM OOM) PENS. A!o, th Uuat iljl. of French Mantl. iOlockA, o . turn in nd Anmius. Qooda wuranUd ai fold d..lwZin P. A. LAFKB. Tailoring Goods, etc. IIADSt)ME AM) E(00T1ICAL l'l.EMMT ITII.l:! OF Fall and Winter Fabrics, CUSTOM "TRADE, Itcckel Building, Jefferson St, . - . Aiuivaiumit, I am now in reoeint of Mew and Klegant Btytna of Cloths, CassI uteres,. Vestlngs and Overcoatings, Which I will bava mad. In the moal hahioeaMa atvlaa, and at Ilia inwKrr fiAsn puii'mi, Mr Old Cu.tom.ru, an. 1 tha puMla ami.rally, an Invited lo laaralhair MHuumma. 1 huva ammmtl tha Herria of Mr. THOMAB 0M5 MKNTH, who la riuld to Iwona of Ihabaal Oullara tn tha iirofoftnion, anywhwra. My aKKik of Kant'a Kurnlhlnir Oooda la almtanl and ample, and I hra ?erythiDM In tha Ima which Ki.ntli.man ran daai ra. Uall in andaiamina my alonk, and learn my Brtcaa. I ftwl ooottdent 1 aan plaaaa all taata. J. H. 'HAIKU. ootladtf Jarktrana gta.ala Thirdi JJOTICK.-THB DNIlKhnl(tNaM) UAH Uhl ( duly p.oinld axiM'iitrtx nf tha la-1 will ttamanl of Hear, fallUar, lata of JIuatKOBl. oouHly, Ohio, douaaaad. norJftdltawM fRKDERlOA UALLAHSS Tailoring Goods, etc. Real Estate Agents. JAMES KELLY,". '-. Real Estate and Loan Agent, N. i:. Car. Ifaln ana Third Ka., . JCntrance on 1 hint Olraet, nnyZTMUwrtm Onm. STEPHENS HUBER t CO. H K A T, KSTATK AOKNT8, H70 & ao Thlril H. ' ,IAYTON, OHIO. WIM.ATTKNOTO TURHKLI.IHO ANfl tltlir. IN) or real nMl.Va, loan money on bond and morlKAua maknrollwllcnu.Ac.aVi. All hnwinaaa en tnnUi.i In them will bohilhlnlly attondixl bi. 'ot. ai-tf ' LENTZ & APPLECATE. H K A I . K H T A-T K A M N T H Office 323 Thlrdtreot north Rid 1IAVTON OHIO. Business Cards. BOMBERGER, WIGHT & CO., HAYTON, OHIO, MANUPACTI'BSIIS O V TIIK BroadnipPower Loom. Thl fjoom (a RpiltoanyotlwirW for Uyhtand Far Superior to all others tor Heavy Work. oitDKim aouoi im. A donTfi-dlrn , a THOMAS & BECK.' . DKALKItS IN - ' , :oal, wood, I, Into, Cement A-Ire1 nee. OS CANAI,, BKI.dW TU1BD BTREBT, Ilnyton, Ohio. oct dtl o rorr, w. r. aAKCHMV) POST & H ANC HHT.T, ( ' H Vni.aajiLB and kbtaii. daijw m y V. '- MASSILLON, I ; 4- .Yoxsli.lc8rlxex.y. CHIPPEWA COAL AND COKE Office, Kaat Third St., oaponlte Xenia Depot, DAYTON,' OniO. dfcSkUrfj ': ,: ' ' ; ; , JACKSON LANCIIION., . jrmKI'HXANUVON. ff i t uiW v.- nnA1 . ... ManuracturerH of ( , . . FiNXCAKUtAOKS, UOOrcAWAV'ri". . ' ' niTiKiiKs, riL-y.T0rs. SI'lllMl WAGONS. " ' YOK'K-WACONSJ, 1 ',sr.Kt(ins, ac, Ac. LATEST ITTlEaflriEtTWCRKMAftSHiP W. -W, Phillipa'oMawiad.No. 1t,n15K. 4th RL DAJTOV OHIO! ' J' Jtepalrittff Ratits I'romjrUif f- Neatly. ALSO, DEALERS IN irAKnWARRt ' ' Anri attnitafor l)lplnll, HhtnMii ai !a': ruei'and hurglar Prool Hal.a, and Hchaoie)r MtrieriUtinlt and Latter IWr' Cooler, deovtf..- I ,.; l4 MAIM H'raUK.'-' Business Cards. Notions. JOHnao.ia. a.K.aoTaa. ' ww. w. mprAna. CAIX, HOY E It & 1IIITAKD, ' WHOI.MMAI.a DBALKft IN Foreign and Domestic Notions, hosier r9 u & o v i: s, FATnTO goods, , dot. 2H and UK I, l.uxl Necond .., DATTOM, OHIO. IH. . , Hotels and Saloons. SCHAEFFEiR HOUSE, ! r aKitMANTowjr, oiiio. qinrS ONDHRHIOKKn RAVINfl PUROnASF.D L thia Hotel, would ra'.p.clfillly inform tha puhlio Uiat ha ia ranUiUM th aame, and it la hie inloation tp leave nothinii undona fcliai will add Uktheoomfort 01 h aKiiexta. The patronage of th. publi. la ma- jle(lltf ' JflRBTB. KFI.I.FR. PHILLIPS HOUSE, I dattoiv, oiiio. THR above well known Henna, havinif rweetitly rhaneml harid--, i now opep,aul un-lorgoinirex-tenive alutTHtton and improvement lvr theao-omo-iation nf the trave ioq putdio. Ho pain will be (jr-aredlo make th Phillip lloun, hretofore. id vrwvrj reaoec., a flKSl UIjAW HOI KL. jiollta .s .. .. ,, J. T, HABktKR Pfo iPICENJX,HOTJSE, tmim ntrwet, Itiyten Onla. . SPA KG, kgtmt.1 rpilIS hotel haaaaMnMy haa4 tid, and ia pre X pared to aim modato travwlern nd the pittlic aT"nr,ulJ iu Lfia iimsi aiyiM. roziui I m . ' -4 i-r-. MIAMI HOUSE, ldIA3vIIS13TTFl.O, OHIO. . J A COM HvlltllKRi ,;) i . .mfftftmr, ; ;, StlCCFSOK T II. . It LACK. ,. TIIK preaent. proprteb ir baa fitted up thia jfel known and popular 1 lotl in the beat at rle, and ia now prepared to aoot ninodat. all who nay give bimacali. . ' .... A larg. atabla and yard are attached to the Hotel. Tha patraafof lb. pubtiota r-ap,ilblt anho Itad. ou2.l.lin FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL (Punturty 7-oi.eft. iouM,) Third Bt, H.Kh alde,J0Ht Baa, ot Jefairm (uaat, DAYTON. OHIO. IHI A. IIIIBal. .... Prwprlet.r, (fwan of taa Anm and AfvAoatoa, Uttimt StiMi, mo fciajwr a Haiti ) THIS HOTEL HAS HKKM T1KIROUOHI.T RKNO VATk'fl, and mfttraixhed, and will be keptaaa nral ciaaa hotel m all ita departmantH. Boartiinn by theme!,ty. or wmk. Hotmi alalileon tha un.uiiaa. Omnit unaea run to and Irotii the liepok NATIONAL SALOOfl, f N. , OS, Want Mlsth Mlr.at, (Jin. t. Eight Uplandid lilllianl Table.rour flpiundld Teii Ohoio. In qi tore and W.neH alwaya nphandtf i. j . w. ii.nni.cf A"rarl.lr. niuA RHUBARB WINS OK HUPKKIOR QUALITY will be eonauiitly kent On band far Mndie.1 and Baoraraental purpoaM( by H. Jerome, op peal la Oil, Hotel. Alao W iu ftanta) for aal.li, . aepuaum , w. A. ttUMLllOII. Hotels and Saloons. Professional Cards. E. THOMPSON, " A.ttoiiiey. unit ISTotJirv, PAVTON, OIIIO. .I'..' 'i ' WIl.I. ATT RPf f ' TO AM, HOSIHKitH KN 1'HUH'l'Ift In him wltli diliieaoe, promiitiiwin and mrp, i i "ttii.e on Third Street, orer beliennliurKera' Clolhinj: rtlore. , noviAdawlr wilmeVh. be lv I l l e , "' . A ttornov ' at Law'i M. F.. Cw. main and Third Ml., Entrance on Third fitreat, ,t i lloVdaa3tn DaTTna, Ontrt. ii a.. : ODLIN & r? A HILL. Attdriey and Counselor at Law, U.ranaa'a Bwlldlaa;, Third afreet, fellldawlf TlATTflrl. OHIO. . " WILLIAM H. CONOVER, 7 T Magiatrats of Madison Township, WILL ATTK.Mll TO DHAWINO : A Nit AO knowlodf.infl.li.dA, and the collection ol laima. He ia nlvo prepare.1 to attend to tha drawing of i. atrum.ntH or wrilipft, norreutly, at abort notice J. J. BELVILLE, A. 1 1 cr r n o y nt iu n w ' AND ' NOTA11V I'UHLIC. Orl'lnei Taranrli ll,rr Haau, i Room Mo, 3, Hrrond Floor, nov-"'" DAY'l ON, OTI TO, ' TIIOMAH 0 l.WR. flRnnR T. MAVRHTII. LOWE & NAUERTH, wtttomoys At Xtx'jr I)AV1X)N, OHIO. BUSKSH TRANfACl'KD IN tJKRMAM AND Frrni'h. Ovrica Over Rlckey'a Dnokatore, Th'rd atreet, noTul:1m C. L. V ALL AN DIG HAM, Counsellor a.t Law, 1IAYTON. (MHO. WILL FRAOTICK IN THE SEVERAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS Orrma Tnrner'd Opera HouQ,.Room ho. il, raoauK w. irora. jona A. N'MAHON. H0UK & McMAHON. v Attorneys at Law, , . DAYTON, OHIO. Ornca, No.l a-it Third Hlreet, Baat of Main noV2T-am Hotels and Saloons. Professional Cards. Physicians, Surgeons, etc. H. SCHOENFELD, M , D. JTlitliiilNHiirff, Ohio. rilAKRH Pl.KAHIIRR IN ANNOUNOINd THAT, 1. havinrra .nily returned fmm a ri.ittn Rurope, he will re.unie the practina or Medu.iue in Miamia burii. Oho, Aa hi.r.-tof.re, all ttrofaralonal ealla will be prunit.iif ai'PD.i.-q hi. f , i -,- 'ccri'lflwlm DR. E.UENNINCS. : It Post Hnrxemi (irp fipniiliien, ofn-ra hia ;er- PHYKIOIAN AND StJHOKON to the itinaof Daytooandrlouilty t't'li;-Na. nT l.nd law (t., between 3d,and till. Where he may lie found at all hourn. aWerencea Ura. J. C. Roera, J. Iktyla, .1. W, Pwtrieh. aiKidtr. DR. J. H. RUTTLEY," CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, WILL HKAL TIIK HICK WITHOIT . MKIilVIXR, FOR TWO MOXTHS At OoMlwln noii.e, formfrly nwnyni. Hoiimo, DAYTON, OIIIO, OITIee hoiira from to HA M.,.ndfrnm2 toAP M. The poor will lie lilrnlly ronHidrred. dottUt . , Groceries. NEW WHOLESALE GROCERY, AT . Kn.lalyA Molntyr'a eld aland, 21.1 Third Bt, WOC AM AN, SPI ELM AN & Co. WHOLES A LIS U KOVKHS, A RB NOW nPRNlNfl M.hUKY- AMTtfiRNRRAI, AHSortment of all k.tfide rff Oroceriea RintKble for the country trade. "ealerri are reneclf.illy invited to uir. tkam a onll. . -lutftdawlv I Hfl.t. FRESH IHOA. GROCERIES! FjlVRRT FAMILY T'KHIRKH )frr FRKlf OUO U onc,an we would remind all a-areona iter mxUA to a) veu a call. OANNBD PKTTITS Wefderrn Teaehea, llnma, fttrawterr1e, Cinlnor Tomaue blaokberriew,4uid Ctierriaai theawi Itave , Spice iuul Cove , Oy titers . alxn.an aaaortment of Jelhee, Middletown IUm and Hhonlder. I -am pa and fioalOil, 8 near andoftvi, Pieklea, Hpicea, Kanoy Uoap.Ac.: io laci ereryih'un iir i ins iiibi aiuwru iiih. im ucaimixe. I o 1 lui Ottewera we would y we kMpitiebeatartiuieor fin Cut luat can be had. ttime one, come all, and aea what we ran do. M'lNTlRK A U.UKl), wieam Rwan.,1 auoraneiow market m. woo HA. a. . mutaj. , woo. WOCAMAN, SMITH & CO .AVholosalo Grocers, Ko, 28, Main fitxeet, Opera Bniidin; 1IA YitliM, OHIO. UAVBOOK8TAKTI.Y ON HANI A FULL AND ooinplete atotik e Unaoertea, Nail, Kah, To baoco, and every other article railed for in the whole aa'e Krotery Inule, Havintf ra'eutiy removed to our new room, we have really im!rwried our a lock, and are preparrd to aU all order promptly. We rM.p4etflilly call tne aitatinn of city andeoun trv dealer to our nw atonk oi momtmum. MtiMtiMt that w urn give (hem aa good bargain a they oao elftamMany other houae in ilieciiy. j. b. GILBERT tt CO. FOllEIGtT AXit DOMESTIC Groceries and Lianora. MOI.7ANl7 JBrFKRBOM HTRItT, CfeVITS Dl All. ivi ui'tirtb. , .. , lt J- kVIAL NOT1CK.-EKUBIN LANTZ WII0HK J reaidenne ia unhauwa, la Dotill.d Uiat Aliy ata, ilid, on the 8Uh dny of Nnvf-iutxT. lsi, file her iMtiaion ia tlie .mo. of the Hern of the Oourt of tomaioa Heaa. within and for the eminlyof etoel- f.mm, Hmntiwm ..ii.n, ,.r,i, iiWMin PMav Aala with ataiiutonwieut and areas neatart ofduty l waniiuud AM.v Lanla,aiid aaliina to be divoreed rroie tli. aaid Reuimn Laoia, whiuh petition will atand lot Jaeariaftal UieAuni Uirui of aaidoourt. Imsilwi. IS-i. , ABBY I.AHT7. i Aa.a (Ju.1, All y. a4wtl THE DAILY' EMPIRE H. H. ROBINSON, l'UliUSUKU 1AND1 t'KOl'ltlKIXMt. i JJayton, Ohio, - 4 Thursday, - - December 28, 1865. General Grant's Last Campaign. Tim rt'iHirt of (jiMiiirnl tinuiU rt-nil on Tnowlay ln'liuo tlm Hciiato, Is, In initiiy re spects of morfV tin mti unco than liis hiH torvof milit nrv evimU. Tint laLIrr waso jiiiitiu'y over l.niilllar j(miiinl, anil, in I'on- si'iiii'iii p, U'w iHtiDltt fitruil to nnili rnikii it, wlilli! tlnwt! wlio (In), miw iMitlilnjf lint wlmt. they liail oin tlioiiaanil tinipa iHifnrv. Tim fiuincr covers nuw Krnuml; It pusstut through new wt'imry, itinl lniiiiic Is a matter of K'eat interi'st to tlio nation. : liiislustiviMirtof tins l.iiaiUiiiHiit-tiinieral is with rt'lVrciife ton trip wliiili lie inadi' from WasliltiKton to Smith Cnmlinii. The principal (net of lii Jonrnev were tstnli lishml at Jtichinotnl, itiilcfli, AiiiihIii, Suvunnah anil (.'liiii'ltwUni. It is true that tliest! points include, In their characteristics and surroundings, but a small Mirtlon ot the Sontheni Htatejt; lint, one who luinVr slunils well the character of mailers at these places will nnilerstaml very tho roughly that of the whole of the lute ao eitlliMl tu)iif(!tleracv. If tlisjill'eetioit existt Hiiy where, it Htnidl lie in South Carolina; if any portion nf the eople of the sonth eni States reqnlreil the pressure of military power, It would he those llvlniii the vicin ity oi Kurt Sumter, ami that magazine of live coals for the consumption of lire-enters, Charleston. iieueral Grant IIiiiJh noneoftJmt rebellion which is seen bo plainly by the clairvoyant editors of the abolition ncvspaicr press, lie says that he is "satisfied that the mass of thinking men of the South accept the pres ent situation ofallairs in good faith. The ipiestlons which have, hitherto divided the sentiments 'of the people of the two nec tlons slavery and State Rights, or the ri);ht of a Ktitto to suevdu from the Union I hiiV ri ijard as havimj been sealed forever by the highest tribunal (arms) that man can resort to." These wwertioiiH will be a very nauseous pill for swallowing by the Greeleyg, Col litxus and riiimners, who have been insist ing on a "change of heart" in the Southern (H'ople. Hut what the I.IeiitonauMieneral says a little further on in his report, is still worse than what nam before, lie believes that lasuutll military force should be re tained In the interior of each stjtle, not tu aiihjufrate rebellion, 4iot to protect negroes, not to overcome anil humiliate Southern w hite men, but. simply to assist in preserv ing order until civil authority Is re-established Still morn heterodox 'is the further assertion that tlie.se garrisons should be "all wiiitk Tttooin." "The present-," says General Crant, "of black troops, lately slaves, demoralizes labor both by their ad vice and by their furnisliinu. in their CHiiio. a resort for the freediucu for long distances annum. This is wholesale slaughter by the Lieutenant-General: lie is a veritable pirate in hia bloodf lilrsllnesn. First, ho uiakis radi cal Abolitionism walk the platik ; and this is scarcely overboard before he bundles after It the whole nrniy of niggers. Not satisfied with this, he tumbles over after the nigger troop, the philanthropic Kroed men's lliireail. lie thus tlisHist:s of Ibis right-bower of Abolitionism : "Conversations, however, on the subject with nlllcers eonneeOil with the bureau list me to tliink thut, in some of the Suites its alliiirs have not been coiidiu:l.cil with good Jiiilgment or eeonoiuy, and that Un belief so widely spread aniong the freeil- inen of the Southern SIjiIch that Ihe lands of their former owners will, at least in part, be divided among them, has come from tlio agents of this bureau. This be lief is seriously Intcrfcrlnir with the will ingness of the freed men to make roiitracts lor the coming year." A tier having thus totM-d overboard KorlJiern radicalism, nigger troops, and the Freedmeii's Bureau, he adds to the lot choice selection of Krecdmcn in the fol lowing style : "lit some cuscs, I am sorry to say. Die Frecdiiieii's mind docs not seem to be disa bused of the idea that he has the right to live without, provision for the future. The ellcct of the bcllcl in the division of land is idleness and tu-uuiuulalion in camps towns and cities. In such cases I think it will be found, vice ami disease will tend to the ex termination or great tlestruetion of the col ored race." Taken In all, the last campaign of Uie f.ieutcniinl-tienend Is his inoet active, lird IlKntand de!slve one. In writing tills DKilluy imaJanx, coniHied nf alMilitionisls, nigger trtKps, philuntliropiu bureaus, and lazy darkeys, he has gained quite as great avii toryas when he received the surren der of the starved remnants of 1h!' rebel army. L'hicato Times. A Conscientious Demagogue. The Philadelphia farfyer, sjieaklng to Thaddeus Stevens' attempt to dictate to Congress and domineer over the President, says: ' i In IKW,' at the capital of Pennsylvania, lie wliipicd his trty follower. Into the witiknd. measures of atUwnpting to set aside me ciecLions tiy tne jssipie, anil hunt tipon the Coniiuouweallb a minority candidalo for (iovernor ami a mlnoritv lirishiturt!. llierc were tlin-o lionest inemlM rs of the amo party with Mr. Stevens who refuged to varrv out these truasonablu iiriu'iJemi. namely, Messrs. llutler and Sturdevant, of Luzerne county, anil monrcnus, of Ciiion county. Thciattertestlfit!d before the com mittee of liivestigaliou Uiat lie told Mr. Stevens that hia "cuiuuiiuuue would not x r ntlt him to auiu-tioD tin corrupt protvefl iugs." Coiiwdeiiev, indeed," said Mr. Ste vens, "throw conscience to the devil, anil sutttn ut your imiitv If lite 4 Xingres-''ia siuiial authurUIca at Washington, ft. How sueli a leader, then we luav wll .exclaim "Gisl save the Couiniouwealtll!" j Iutrlllge,uVh.tslHvnreiv."HlfmiMex-' i . l i , .i . . , . ico which Is, that tliere is a remarkable growth of nationality in Mexl,!t.. Thatthe uiisipularity pf the French Is growing, and Uiat Maxiiiu'liaii must leave the country. , AIVi:itTIStNO KATKS. . . , , ! '' ' tNniTf f.V1' . ! One arpiare, (eighty words, eoli.il one insert an 1 M One s.iujire, three dBya...,,....,,,,, I Ail One pqunre, one week . ., i fo ( ne a.ptare, one mootli..,.H -w Aim One R.iiaro, three montha 10 to One miuara, aii months 1ft tiu IN W KKKI.Y. Oneaanare, (emhty word.,) one week $ 1 tm i-er wi(iinre, eai'll we. a in a.lilltion Ml Per square, one yea ...fci.r nt . a M Terma f..r advur.iMemanLM nimviiK tf.u.,a. apm-e, or for a ionner period than above rpecift.d, nia,le known at IIm thunilna; Hixm. All advertise. n.-n-e arernaree.i at Ilia al-ove rsU'H, in leaaa wriltoa areemer la made ireviaua to Ittai.rtion. A Sensible Speech by Senator Guthrie. lion .Iamks (lirnmiF, wlio represents, in part, Kentucky In Ibe Culled States Sttnate, wlien H-iKVKNd (sineurn-nt lltivoliitiomiry Hesolulloii was under consideration in the Senato, made the following brief, pertinent and adinliabbi speiy li; , 'Mr.Giitliriiv-lw lhhtoask the friends of this resolulion If It let eoiitinplated that this committee shall take evidence and re port that, evidence to the I wo Houses. If they are only to take what is open to every member of the Senate; the fact that the rebellion has been suppressed: the fact that the President or the Cnlted Slates has Btv pointed ollleers to collect the taxes, and III some Instances lodges and other ollleers, that lie has sent the post-olllcc Into all tho States, that there have been found enough individuals loyal to the country to accept tlie nlllecs; the fact that the President baa issued his proclamation to all these Slattn apisiinting Provisional f ioveriuirs,that they have all elected conventions, that the con ventions have rescinded the ordinances of secession, that most of them have amended their Constitutions and abolished slavery, and the Legislatures of some of them have passed the Amendment to the Constitution on the subject of slavery If they are only to take these facts, which areoH-n and clear to us all, can see no nertxsily fir suck a committee. "My principal objection to the resolution Is, that this committee can give us no In formation which we do not now imisscsa, coupled with the fai t that tho loyal con servative men of the United State North, South, Kastand West, do most earnestly desire that we shall so act that there shail be no longer a doubt that we are the United States of America in full aitcord and harmony witli each other. "I know it has been said that tho Presi dent had no authority to do these things. I read tin- Constitution and the laws of this country dllVcrently. lie Is to hike care that the laws bo faithfully executed ; ho is to suppress Insurrection and rebellion. Tlio power is put In his hands, und I tlo not see why. when he marches Into a rebel State, he has not authority to put down a rebel Government, and put tip a Government that is friendly to the United Htutes, and in aorardaiioe with it; I do not seo why ho can not tlo that while tho war goes on, and I do not see why ho may not do it after the wr is over. Tlie iieoplti in tliiste States lie at" he niertry of the nation. I ace no usur pation, in what he has done, and if the work Is well done, I, for one, am ready to accept IL Are we to send out a commis sion to see what the men whom he has ap- IHiintcd have th Y It, is said that they ant not to be relied on ; that they have boen guUly of treason, anil we will not trust them. "I lioiMt that no such ideas will prevail hero. 1 think this will be a cold shock to the warm feelings of Die nation for resto ration, for - equal privileges and equal rights. They were in Insurrection. We have suppressed that Insurrection. They am noio Mates nf the fjnton; ami if they eimie her acmriling to the taws of the States, then are entitletl, in my judgment, to represen tation, and tre hare ho rialU to refuse, it. They are in a minority, and they would be ill a minority even'ifthev meant now what they felt, when they raised their arms against the Government ; but they do uot, and of those whomtlicy will scud hereto represent them, nineteen out of tw enty will he Just as loyal as any of us even some of those who took up anus against tis. " I really hos; to see some one move n nuulilicalion of tlie test oath, so that those w ho have re-nted of their disloyalty may not ls excluded ; for I really lllcvc that a great many of those who 'took up arms honestly and w ished to carry out the doc trine of secession, and who have succumlicd under the force of our arms and the great force of public opinion, can be trusted a great deal more than those whoilonot tiiilit at all. ' " To conclude, gentlemen, I see no great harm tn this resolution except the pris-nts-liiiation that will riwult from It, and that w ill give us nothing but what we havu be fore us." . Ma An Important letter from the Treasurer of the United States, in relation to the undi vided profits of national banks, is pub lished. He decides that these surpluses must pay duty as deslu, and favor, a provision exempting from duty or tax sur plus funds of banks, to the extent of 20 per cent, of their capital. J. V. NAUERTH & SON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '' DKAI.EK8 IK POKKIGV, ' CANNK1 and DKIKD HP XI. TJ ITS. AUtU, oystora, Oauciiosi Wlnos, rVLx-o- vv oitIxjbi, Ac. An tc. J. V. NAUKTII & SON, 104 Maia Street. WHAT MOItR APPBOPR1ATK "HRISTMAH praMatcaa yon makal. year WIVatMlhaaa 1.IFK IN'HUltANCK I'Ol.ICY In tha old reliahl. riiaonlx. Mutual t OK llAkl kOCl). DIN'N.I ' . would inaur. your au.iiy aaa.net want iaoaaeot "h. and vou hut a IruViuj jwriy aum, ,IL A nK)K, dwiMil Oorav of KiUi aou jaitoraoa ale. InsU?anOfi"Notif5e. HW STOOKHOl.IiBBa OF TH OHIO INBl'R. X am K tsMi-ANV, are herei.y noutted that ih. fcJ; ''A I, laui. betweea th. boura.i A, M. ad "iHyto. 0., Dae. it, ui ' 'itlJit