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l?f Hi ANKAHKII IloMKCtfATIIlC MKKIL'INKN, Tin1 iijfont of lliinilir(ii Homeopath ic Speei lira has reeelvcd a very important addition to his list of Humphrey's Kpeelllc llonieoalhle Remedies In the shape nf Specific No. 84, which euro tllpthcrla Mild ulecratcd sore throat. These specifies have ohttiluctl a wlile celebrity among the medi cal practitioners mill tire very larifely used by them, hclnjr, prompt, c lllclont, rcllablo anil convenient. An extended advertise ment In another column (rives a lint of tlic tlllTcrcnt species, the diseases which they remedy, ami the prices. Tho caw for fami ly inn arc especially worthy of attention, iinil alKO thn new (lcpiirtmcnt of veternilry specillc. The headquarters olliimplirey' rtpeelllo Homeopathic Meilli'lno Co, la at fift-J llronlway, New York. IV Consumption is a dlKnu.se whleh la carrylnjt Its. victims to the tomb by the thousands, without Im-Iiij? ..arrested In I la projrss. But a brighter day Iseoiiiliiganil luia come to successfully arrest this disease. Allen's Lung Balsam Is making truly re markable cum of what was considered by Physicians as lnenrabh; Consumption. Kor sale by the Dealers in Family Medi cine generally. fW An Invamiahi.k Kkmkdyj -None, except those who have suffered all the hor rors of threatened Consumption, ean fully appreciate the value and elllency of lH. llAi-L-aBALSAM-awvercign remedy In all tho various stages of this much dreaded discus? "Oanat thou not niiuitr tn ft miml l iaid, And, with aotne sweet, otiliriottH antidote, duaiise llu foul Iom.,iii nf tho imrilmin Ntufl That woiahg upon Ne hail J" Ortaluly; I'i.antanion Bittkhs will do it when nothing else will. Melancholy, Depression, HyMtchondrla Insanity, all spring, more or less, from a diseased stom ach, aud this Plant ation Hitters is a sure euro for. There Is no mistake about it; Dyspepsia, Headache, Dullness, Ague, and Low Spirits must yield to the health giving and genial intliienee of the Plant a- I tiok Hrrrmts. If you are lu doubt, make one trial and be convinced. - f "tSTTiike lllokrenc and dclf Fever and Ague. This glorious vegetable tonic forti- Ilea the system against. intermittent,' cures dyscisia, puts the nerve in order, clears the brain, sustain tho constitution, and restores the lost vlgof of any 'and every ergau. Depot 2HDcy at, N. Y. Sold by all Druggist. ! ffTDlt. 1M'TT'S ViCiKl AIII.K I.IVKK PlM.H, are constantly lioeomlng more and more popular. They arc acknowledged to have no rival In the euro of such diseases as Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Fover of all kinds. Jaundice, Cost.ivene.ss, l'uln in the Stomach, Side, Head, Hack, and Bowels, Bilious Complaints, Loss ot Apix'tlte, Sick Ileadaeho, Scrofula, Scald Head, Kheiinia tlsin, Collo, Ph-urisy, Pimples and Sores on the Skin, Pulpllatioiiof the Heart, Lowncss of Spirits, I'nin or Weakness of t he Breast, Diseases of Spine and Ksdueys, Sore Eyes, Diarrhea or Dysentery, Cold, etc. Most of the above-named diseases may lie prevented by taking Dn. Morr's Vkgk taiii.k l.iv'Kii l'nj.s iii season, or when the liver becomes tlrst deranged, which carry off, through the howlcs and the secretions or the skin ami kidneys, those Miisonous humors that clog the stomach, bowels, and j and become acenmuhtlrd lu the blood. There has been as great a progress lu scl- once, and esjiechdly In that of medicine, Willitn tlic uust lew yearn, as tliero bus bi the arts. To such perfeetiou havo they brought this science, that the medicinal properties ant condensed anil concentrated Into the resins or salts of the plant, w hich they extract from it, and loave tho inert or woody matter. The old mode of extrac ting these medicinal properties by boiling for a long time In water is found, In most cases, to render the medicinal qualities wholly Inert, or even doconiosing lliem. Db. Morr'a Vkgktablk Livkk Pills are comKsed of chemical vegettiblo extracts, mostly from plants grow ing lu our own country; some of thine plants have a direct action on the liver, others iixni the skin, others on the kidneys, and others iihii the bowels and lungs. It is bv a cculiar ehemlcal combination of all these extracts thattheso Pills are made, Hssessing the most extraordinary elllcaey for curing the above-named diseases. Eye and Ear. Dr. Ciilbcrtson, Occullst and Aurlst, of Hichmond, Indiana, will visit Dayton professionally, and can be found at the Philllis House, Tuesday, Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday, January 2, 3, 4, and 5. He ean bo consulted by all uf (1 lc ted with any disease of the Kyo and Kar free of charge. Dr. CulbiirtMoii's reputation Is of the highest standing lu this country as ail operator on tho Kye and Ear. Ills eminent position for skill and ability lias long been established, and Ids reference and cerlillcates are from the liest men and joumitls, and are lu our iuimedlaUi vicinity. See circulars. deauw'Jt. tW Those who have suffered from Scrof ula, Eruptions, or any other Impurity of the Blood, will II ud ScoviLL'a Iti.oon and J.ivrr Syrup tnvaliinble, as It will cleanse the Blood and permanently eradl'4tte from the system the cause of the disease, thereby restoring health, and vivacity to the sys tem. 1ST No lady should be without Dr Townsi.iy's Indian Toothaciih Anodynk lu her family. If she has children that have the toothache It will cure them. 1 f any of the family have scurvy on tho gums it will cure it. If some of the cousins have diseased gums, rendering their mouth very unpleasant. It will cure the disease, and render the" gums led and of s beautiful eolor. ! I I ' I. . . THE DAILY EMPIRE. Dayton, Ohio, Thursday, - December 28, 1865. Local Matters. l'iciMTKHs Aitkstion I There will be mcetintf of all the Printers of Dayton, at the News Itoomof tho Km rime, on SATUR DAY,, EVENINO, December 30, 1 806, to take action for projierly observing the coming anniversary of lien. Franklin's Birthday. lt every tys be present. LtlXURlK AT THK VKBT IOWBRT 1'RICF.g At A. L. Dunlevy's, Oregon Fruit, News and Oyster depot. Give lilin a call. He In a very obliging young man. Doc.l'.kllmJ seven per cent, mortgage bonds of the company to the amount of 2,771,000 ster skin, R t ol a consolidated mortgage on the property of tho company of i000,000 sterling. The remainder of i;:t,22S,4l)0 is Wantkd. A dwelling house, with from six to eight rooms. In a pleasant location. Kuuulre at this ofllce. Handsome Carriages and Buggies at Langdon's Carriage Shop, 11, 13 and IS Fourth street. .' . . ItUw i Furs! Fuiwl Those tine furs have ar rived, aud will be om?ii for Inspection Fri day morning at Christopher & Hplelman's. Sale commences at two o'clock Friday af ternoon. llou Ciioi.kra. The Kingston Kaat Ten nniweau, In noticing Ilia prevalence of the hog cholera lu that section says : "We learn tMg flta, dlMa8e ,g CTfMng fwjrftll havoc anionic the hogs In this county. Mr. (ieorge Gallsher, living on Popular Creek, lost one hundred and eleven, seventy of which would have made fine pork. Us ravages have lx-cn eimally as fearful in other portions of our county. If, therefore, you would ''go the whole hog, and save your bacon," call at the store of J. C. Owlngs, and supply yourself with FouU's Horse aud Cattle Powders, a sure cure for such dis eases." This remedy is advertised in the Empire, and Ik for sale at the Drug Stores of Stewart and Walters & Kelso. ltoAiin Wantku. For a gentleman and i,) wlfe In a respectable private family, lioferouce given and required. Apply in h'. " H'Wress "Foreman," Emi-ikk "lll(''- ' Tim Oi'kiia Houbk. The otenlng of the (era House, on Monday owning next, by the distinguished tragedian, Kdwiu Forrest Ik IIic grout sensation of the day In dramatic, circles here and elsewhere, We understand that nrraisgcmeoU are in progress to bring people hero by special t rains from the surrounding towns and the "rural districts." Among the latter, we are credibly informed, that Cincinnati will be largely represented. It will be a insg iiitlccut affair an event that will long be remembered by those who are so fortunate as to witness It. Huston Hai l. Our renders will not fail to remember tho promised musical enter tainment, at Huston Hall, by Sharpiey's Minstrels, on Monday evening next. The music, will be splendid uud the fun im mense. Atlantic and Orkat Wkhtkun Kail koad. The last mail from London brought to the Atlantic aud 0 rent Western olllee advices of the successful negotiat ion of the reservctl to take up the existing sterling and federal mortgages as they mature. The share capital of the company Is made equal III amount to the mortgage, 6.000,000 ster ling or :10. 000,000, divided into 000,000 hares of $50 each. The proceeds of tho present negotiation of bonds, at the rate of HO er cent, are equal to about U,llXi,&l0 in gold, or alxuit 10,300,000 of our present currency. The installments on the scrip or , allotments run from 25th November, '(oi of allotment,) to 15th of March, and will lie drawn for, as wanted for the road this side, almost Immediately. A private letter by Die Java says Unit tho scrip was alrcadv ata urcmluiu of ixir cent, ! on the allotment price. Attack by Highwaymen on Bishop Rosecrans. The Cincinnati Enquirer furnishes the following detail of an attack by highway men on Bishop ltoHccrans, on Saturday ulghtlast: , The facts are, that on Saturday afternoon lift ciinift In Him ill v r,..,tii Mt Kt Murv'a College, and le paired to tlio Cathedral to attend the duties of bis olllc.e lu the con- fcsslonal. He started back to tho college about iiliioo'cltMk lu tho evening. While: on his way up the Boldfaiw roati, and about ; two-t i In s up tne mil, lie observed in the bend of the road,, short distance in his l- vanoo, two men walking slowly. The ISisliop was w alking at a brisk iiac. As ho passed them one ol the imeii said, "You v lite His ton reoueti. "its. lam ma liurrv : to get home. ' Tito same voice continued. "lliiveyou ay money." i no Ilinhop an swered, "Not any worth speaking about," and increasetl his nacc. Die two men cried out, "Halt, and we will see if you have any money." inc Hisnop commenceii running up the hill, the two men pursuing. One of the men Hml a pVttil, the ball entering the Bishop's left leg Just Itelow tho thigh and itassing through lodged In the right leg. The shot did not prevent the Iteverend pre late from makiuir good his cscaiie. by out running the highwaymen and rcju hiiiir the ' tutliege. 1 lie ball was extracted, and up to yester- , day evening the Bishop was doing well, al- thoiiL'h Ills wound was exceedingly r and likely to keep the Klshop lu his room two or three weeks. Ihe Surireon In at tendance gives it as bis opinion, that If the ball had extended one-fourth an Ineli Tfih."oS h. murtlerers. higher the shot would have proved fatal nun. a lire was discovered anout eight 'o'clock this morning. In St. Mary' Seml tlate nary, on Second street. It originated in j.tho kitchen, and before it could be ex on Unfinished, destroyed the back part of the ''building, and some minor articles, which Tin Davenport Brothers. Our readers wlU remember, porhaiM, tho visit of the notorious Davenport .Brothers to our city several years ago, on which occasion they were said to have performed many start ling wonders, under "spiritual" Influences Ono of their confederates, named Fay, who performed with them In their private tnancti, and afterward gave public and prl vate exhibitions on his own account, has turned up In New York In a new role Finding that the spiritualism dodge Was played out, Fay has turned Btate'a evl deuce, and is to give publio exhibitions of how tho tricks wore done to show tho credulous how they were humbugged by himself and other pretended mediums. Pcoplo will no doubt go to sec Fay, and he will probably make as much money by showing tho Moplo what fools Uiey wci-e, and what a cheat ho was, as he did in the practice of his deceptions. ( . Accidental Siiootino. We have often wondered that more accidents did not oc cur from the almost Indiscriminate use of pistols ami lire-arms ,by small lioys ob Christmas, Fourth or July, and other holi days. It Is a bad habit, and It Is strange that parent allow It. The Cincinnati C'om merciul notices an unfortunate occurrence that took place in that city on Christinas afternoon, by which a boy nauiiHl James Bingham lost his life. Bingham and a young companion were engaged in firing a pistol, lu celebration of tho day. Bing ham s companion, not knowing that the pistol was loaded, pulled the trigger, at the same time pointing it at hint. The load took effect In the breast, causing almost instant death Bargains at Auction. Christopher & SR-ilman have just received a new stock of those chintz yard wide which sell for 3(1 ets. Also, a new arrival of Ironing, handle and Red-Blankets white and col oredwhich they will sell to-day at pri vate sale, or at Auction, this evening. Tur (Iovkrnoh's Staw. We learn that General Cox, Governor elect, has appointed the f illowlng gentlemen as members of his Staff. Surgeon General Dr. C. McDer mont, of Dayton; Aides-de-camp Lieu tenant Colonel James MeClary, of Triim. bull county, and Captnin L. Mnrkbrcit, of Hamilton county Sunday Amcskmrnth. .fudge Warren, of the Cincinnati Politic Court, is "down" on the prevailing practice of keeping open places of public aniKxemrnh in that city on Sunday. On Tuesday, while on the bench, ho remarked that the business of conduct ing Sunday amusements was an outrage on the moral sense of the community which ought to be stopped, and Mlat he should take steps to stop It, so far as his duties and powers allow. i Tit a Newark .4itoc notices tho fact that the Secretary of War, vulgarly known as Ed. Stanton, passed through that place on tho 18th Inst, to Gambler, and back again on the 20th. Ho did not rido with tlic unwashed multitude, but had a stieclal car, with a Siccliil conductor assigned to the special use of His Serene Highness and attendants. Boots and Shokh. Samuel Weill, No. 7D Jefferson street, lias a llrst-rato stock of hoots and shoes of his own muuufiicturo, which he is selling at reasonable prices. Mr. Weill Is a fair and upright dealer. Ills curd will be found in our advertising col umns. I. O. O. F. Buckeye Ixlge, No. 47, I. (. O. F, at their meeting Thursday evening, December 20, w ill have an election of olll cers for ono Kc.prcsentutlvc to tho Grand Lodge, , aud for tho officers of Buckeye Ixalgo fur the ensuing year. Beautiful Sleighs and Cutters at Laug don's, 11, 13 and 19 Fourth street. . dlw thrown out and broken -1. O. O. F. The election ftr officers of Montgomery Lodge, L O. O. F, was held on Monday evening last, and resulted as follows: James J. Wyatt, N. U.; K. D. Bradley, V. G.; James S. Turner, Tem porary Secretary : James Auderton, Perma nent Secretary ; John Cliugmaii, Treasurer. : Nkw and Intrhkstino.- Our friend, Uie local of the JourMaf, has again commeiictvl tlic discussion of the "fish "question. Suo .,. i,i. question , j, Miami on a " IIiuu." Since yester- , , . ,, ... AW morning the Miami has "gone up" bont five feet, and h still rising. Navlga- tlon is quite brisk already lu tho way of jrlft W(MM, ,, toMxi M. x,iere naye ""j i- ""0ftLi thjr hftbtl, iw iby piirftft ana Uiy,M Wrol "bliftk" tmtnartftl urd ' For Uvft ftPMftfftt oft prot lftlUM In ma"- I Cs bu ra to prov a ' ftftfri." " ftka, doc RQdy" hftM it fll ' Blim throash uimk Olothin wara. Drop ia w(mt fRml" ar ftftUin anaap, ' t Aa4 Uka a look at SWASB. ' 8chftri Woa'l dftoftlva rou ver ha You'll Ql yaur ooda a ihap As If jou hftd loOtnmanati waai, And bought them Id a baap. Ai coal pnoft, aoar, ha'ft aloataf aul, . Bin olJalf kouht up atock ' 44 ti j otl ao4 ooat, paola or vast. '' Vila, los'a tha ehalk. ' . Lotr-On Friday or Saturday last a ()1I f Yoss' Breast Pin. with white sets. A lib wal will IsBald for Us return to UlO EttFlkK oftloo, Day Ion. (ltf -Uvft Rosecrans. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS ' oaftftorin saii.t tl CINCMNATL. HAMILTON AND DAYTON. Unt, i . ArrlTf. Otnrlftnttl AnvtmoiUttoa t uam (Kim eKntirn Kxrn lifflim l(t:fw ft m Otnninnsti Arcommnduhon S:iHpm :llpin Acomo. lotion TNipm ilupm tKpr' t.ouftm 0:Mlpm Swinnftd Mull :4 ft m Pnyton Aocommortnlinil MS p m ATLANTIC Attn OHRAT WKHTKRN. tsaipn K"im Kipmn S:imm l:ln fNIht (lirm :l p m DAYTON AND MICIIIUAN. 10:10 ft IS OhMftflfi Mftll 0:4Aftm :(W p a Ohlcnao ftnit iHilrnlt Ripr... :U p m DAYTON, XKN1A AND COI.IHIIH'B. 11:0Aim AHtrro RipreAA T:Aflftm 4Um M. nom t:a;pm Knht Kipreu S:nipm INIIUNA CKNT'l. AND DAYTON AND WKRTRIIN. TT.Viira Kflotorn KxitrftNB....n.M snopm 9:W I tn ArcnmrnotlHtloll H.M.m p m .l :pm Ds; Biprrsn 11:00 r m SANDUSKY, DAYTON AND CINCINNATI. 10:10 ft ttt SAnHitHRV Mftll . 8:10 pm S:otipm Rftllotuiiniaiii Aonouimotlntion. S:tf6ftm DAYTON AND UNION. 10: litii m A'wMitnmodftUon M S 14 p m 1:60 pm Rxpnr. ft.. ...... - Oiift ft m rmylon Aivom-ro'liiMon rri?"i tn Piwinnftlf nl t:.'tA. Itotiimina Iphtm st tAh p m rMwthihu Ititflon ntu:ifl p m. tKTpmHHNUipi, ftl Miiltllfttown fttld HrnuMol, only. tTIiow lolnir Kwt on thft MMl trnln miint prtKiiir. then tlckt.t In 'hft f vrninn lHfor fttfiht oVInrk. fhH:U3 train ooniiw-U nt Xnnlft with tttft Pill". Imrtfll Kxpri,HlMiTtntCliwinnU fttT:00 p m 4. I. n. i.iri,,,, aimii. Monetary and Commercial. New York Money Market. New York Money Market. NEW YORK, December 27. Monpy mux Bt 'VaT fwr ctmt. HtHinn Im tM at KKt'iHltW. GoM wilhnut nny tlwiited 'hHK, oi'et inff at 146, rwhnin tn 14.'.VB, MlvMnomic to HV, ftiirl tilosiiiK Ml M.'.yvt!.'. UornMifut Htookn Cincinnati CINCINNATI, December 27, 1865. FIjOCTII Tim nmrkft coumhuu unchnnited hi il i mot 'I hr i not K Ids d Ann btjyonij k Tow t , tha lu'ftl trHaln. and till in ir Mtittll mUrior oni-ri. SiiiMtrtln im tvld at tTctiT t; Kxlra ni $7 'iScH, for nw wlioat, Kin I H ua'J Tar old; FHniity ai J HJld Kmucv liull URA1M Whot in firmer aiid lufeir dninnd at 11 tt,rK( for inmi old rati, nail 111 701 7 lor tli aai grada of nw n-d. Corn im active and in gond damand ai full raien; wa quMa dw ar at Nk and ithallort at aHfiiiiiOi . at euDiihtiaa dull, and firtcaa liavt declined to 4l(a4e. in alovatnr. Kje la quiet at 7ftc. far prime MmplH. Nalhing di ing Id Barley. iiOJ prii'BK nominal U )C(ikJ Kh Ttae markot I dull aa the demand ia Itulit. We hiioU fair to ohoma Hio tioilf al nn lljc.; raw buar l'iTi!7o.; hard rcflud, v'n., anil m oiaaaea W((wo. par or i ono nwu. HOG8-AI1 ilia were on ilia market were taken at tUll Wnat, and at thaeloaa boldara refused ta take lain than 911 &u; m-eipi a.ww neau. Y Huldcraare akiiuz 12 for new, free, and 9'i 3d tu bond Moitatea. T()Hr.0(' IThe regular daily anina or l.ea' i oinmco at Botlman'a warehouna were aa toll awn: Bit hhda, and Tia.. IV hhda. Maron Dounty Leaf. Liiki andTranh-t at M SV. 1 at TV 1 at 96 W, 8 at 97 nnli7 TS,fttU,lat ftw SO. 9 at tl,tat!ll ", J at al9ftn.l sis Hi. 1 aft " 3. Sanaa. Virffinla 1 al li a. I at 10. 1 at 111 7ft. S5 hoiMOhio and Virginia, nt prlca ranfdni Iron) sa to III U. ReoatpUi niovlac. Dayton Market. DAYTON, December 28, 1865. aa AIM AH PaoDUCB. rianrnr Baao t4 IS I Can, 3r.(i4ii rukua.. , JO UU I Oath XI Waut, tllil .. , Nw... Hta, K.ftor 7li.nl on Hair Isa'Al Hurrna 4ii(,.4( OHIURftKft, UAil30 it & ., fl VHifl 50 Wl7i oaocaaii AU.. Tail,, M OOr2 40 Htabtii, ... SoAra, Haor, ...... I .BAB, ..... TuBAWO, .. rlTATOftl ....... 10(419 , 1 5(4 IS IHao wi . 1 IKHttl 10 ,. 1 otwai . A (K,(5 Ml Rio Corral, jVtilT,1 Hottia, 16ft1 Curr 8iia flata Corrftft, itwil t'fttlMHKD BiHtAB. Vfi iBULAftHM 1 411 AlTLBM, Mr. Hi", 1 uefil 7 OHftftnB, !2fi IU,.. looutftritou on OaOTftftlftft WHOI.ftHALB. TftAB, ... tiaiMl turn IC BfOkAHftaa, Shot, l.rAn, lftlKI APfl.BH, HllTTKK OlIftKllft ktau.-ii Soap. Whimht l ami sa 4 no 12,.tH .... 1.1...I.'. Kimm n C(i4lU . Uvt' ' S i Oornl, ....... M.i3l(,.-W suii4B 14(,alx (Uirmft HtniAB, ... VwtO (IntiNUKP BlidAa 'Jl Kiu ll(4i::'S lABD, , .tt'2.S ......... il l ftliArro, TiAU&B'S 0PER4 HOUSE KKSTAritWT. billiabd'booms, Coraiar Main aa4 Ural Via., Iaytm, Ohio. jNa.:-o INKI). L.AJF. lrfrllp. Meala aCliil Houra, And tho tahlai, will ba luralahMl with anrr Inmri an.) dflktwy nf Old fteftNnn Tna on uara Titnin aro (mm in n.i.miwi mu nfantorn-t of Jlll Balk and KiubhwhcbA Bro.,Jm- oinnati. rtift Bar In ftiHpltad with Wlnaft and lqnora Mtba iihoioaat nrandft. tMiib toralxa aad doateauo. . OyBtors, BY THE CAN, autl IN TI1K SHKI.Ia, Can always aa had at this houhk, DUIIINO THK SKASON. ALSO, OAMK OF ALL K1NIS. Tba patrooajia of tha publio la reapantTuIlT anlln. tMl dc44U iS 1 ALLEN'S LTJNGr BALSAM TH (IBKAT BBBlBIiy X1H TUB CURB Of CONSUMPTION 'ARB ALL 0I8KASJft Of THK LlKGft nRRBam.TOF its mn tnk pRwiroriTH urnat value. Tha aitrmnrdinarv healinC Droner- tieaol thia N'HWmIt r ixtnanie! fy all thnaa who hava iiHfMi II. Thetr U-limony will if found la a iMunnhlei.whioh ean ba bati ot tha Mania wliera tha mlciae ta UimJ. UouuMri AWD tntLi-, rtowarar aiatreaainft, ara broken up in an (w;re4iilla abort lime, by omunidk a jHWiryi Influenza rn tha Luiura. ao thai tha matter and nhttm are eaily eH'ij)rat4M. ALLKNM MtN HALHAM nontaina no npium nv firm It la tern-My liarnilfaa for tha noa( delt .( Wiild. OONMLiMin-IVItH would Jo wall ioraad hta Tratv k iijaon m"ajwd I.unia. aarii ia a gnori rameiiy. iry it , rw aaia ry tna tronnatfira. J. N. I1AKKIH a (X.. thrx-.oaaU. . I no. II tmr tv ttla UoM bv Medina laakra f.rvuiinui uiaoi.y au oouowy. MUi'imu DM IMIH'I RitOR'iH NOTION. KM AN OK L Bf (L LKK laa tan appoiottMl AdminiDtnuor of Pan- 1 Mi(lr. deroaaad, late o Van Buraa Tawnhin. Aoo4rawy OouMy, Ohio. kovImwaU I TO UN rRlDAT'8 STATR.-ON TH H WO tAY of NiiVfiinher. 1PIV.V IIim unliriiBmf d wita uia panted and (iua(ifta4 tvtmtniatraior or the estate of h. afonlu.ry MulJf. um. Botav'' BLIAS OIBIIART. I l ' BY TELEGRAPH. From Washington. [SPECIAL TO CINCINNATI ENQUIRER.] WASHINGTON December 27. A storv lias born nut In Plreiilatlon bv some for stock-Jolililutc uirM)ses, to the effect that tlio heeretary of tlio Tn-asurv Is about U cull upon the market for another loan 01 ioti.iHHMJ(). nils n'ori 11 utterly without fouuilatioii. 1 Tlio resources ami purposes of tlio Treas ury Iepartiuent worn correctly stutetl ill tills con rue a few tlays afro. The Secretary of tlio Treasury bus neither neetl nor In tention to borrow any Inrjje amounts Im metliately. lie has no authority to ncjrotl ateati iil'illtioual loan of one liumlml mill ions. There Is still iinlHsued twenty mill ions of tlio ten-forty loan, autlioifzetl by Coiii'i'hs, hut it Im not the intention of the. Secretary to make use of this authority. There will lie no loan placed iimui the mar ket until after Congressional action on the liiiitneial tuestion. All'iii.s hitve been reuiarkalily tiulet tlnr iiilf the lioliilays. butlt at tho Kxcciillvc Mansion and in tlio tlcpartincntji. There were a lew callers at the While I lonso Ui-tlay, iiinoinf whom were several Senators anil ConjrresHiueii. 1 The pitnlon IiiihIiicks appears to have witnetl coiiHlilemhly, and, consequently, the. KxeeiiirtveOllloe is 110 lonjer throiiffctl daily by re.M-iiUiit rebels. An eflbrt was maileto-tliiy to procure the release of I r. Uwlu, still eun lined at Fort laekHou. Tho matter was considered in the Ciiliiuet uieetiiift yesterday, and it was de cided not to jrnint the release at :rcscul. Tli rott'li the intervention of (leneral Oriiut, nearly all tho civilians eoulliietl in various Stale prisons under sentence of court-niartiitl ami military commissions. nave ueeu onlered to lo released Since the betrluuiiiir of the holidays, ne- jfro runs nave occurred almost tinny enner 111 tr asningion, Aiexitiioria or ticorffcuiwn Latest From Europe. SANDY HOOK, Dec. 27. Tint steamship City of Washington from Liverpool oil the lMtll r11 OueeiiHtown 1 1th hits arrived. Her news is lour days Inter. LoMioN, I leecmocr n. 1 lie renliiu O'llonovau, owing to a similar conviction six years ajjo, hits been sentt'itccd to penal servltuile for lite. Tho Joint voto of l'.nirlancl anil France proposlui; certain terms lor tlic settlement of Hie Chilian tlilllciiltles was received at Madrid the tllli. Itesult not known Livr.ni-001, December 14. Cotton sales to-day were 20,1 KM I hales, Including 7,000 to Npecuiaiors ami eximrlcrs. market closes buoyant, with further sliuht adviince. Hreadstutls tpilet anil sU'iuly. Provisions stentlv Uacon flat. Tho Iindon Obsirvtr says Nanoleon Is amirehciislvo that Maximilian will follow bis Kmpress to lCuroH', antl hs prevailed upon the JSC-Aloan Minister at Purls to pro eeed to Mexiro antl endeavor to dissuade Maximilian from departure. Ho was to have sailed on th nth Inst.- The Vhtrrvrr thinks he will not bo In time, anil that Maxlinilinn will bo In Kurope hoforo New 1 ear. ' Tlio IJazett ilc$ Iribunenux say the French (loverninent lias directed tlic &tten tion of Filmland to the extradition treaty of JH-Iti, since llm sttuulallous ot tills treaty. Ihonh duly carried out by Franco, aro not similarly lultllleil ny Knglaml. Poisoning of a Family in Philadelphia. ' PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 27. 1 To-tlay Patrick MoLaujrlilin ami Ills fa 111- 11.. 1 .1 Li. ...1. . 1 iy ,H'iii,iniiiin vi iiib win iiinn ,11 1 11,1 rcn and niece, were iKiisoueil by tlrinkinir a largo tloso of laudanum pi need In coffee used at breakfast. McLaughlin and one daughter canio near losing their lives, and lie Is still in a precarious condition. Distillery Blown to Atoms. DUBUQUE, IOWA, Dec. 28. ' .1. Alger dlJo.'a distillery was blown to atoms by the explosion of the holler lu the engine-room. Most of the employes were to dinner, there being but fight persons in the building at tho time. Tho llremaii was killed, but none of tho allium went seri ously injured. Isss 9iHi,0tX). Insured against I . tiro K for A",000. Apache Hostilities. SAN FRANCISCO, December 26. 1 Advices from Aii.ona represeiit tliat there is constant lighting between the Apacho Indians and the whiles. Twenty eight soldiers, sent out 011 the 1st of No VciiiImt, are missing. Turnpike Election. rpHIKK WILL HK AN Kl.fOTION HKI.n AT 1 Karly'a HnUl in Wiwt Alxamlna, on Mflnitay the Slh (Invnl Jannnry, IHns, to flwl flva Plrerlorn of tha payton aad Wn.tfn Turapik BViaJ Company to Mrv for tha ansutoK yiaj-. Harml-r,lH6, A. PUNLAl, rraa't dairl4-wSI ANPKKW OKBIIABT'S KSTATK ON TDK 1UT1I day of pecamlwir ISI',6. tha liadrHlfrntl wa Biloinl.l aa.l (uaiiSo(l aa Kxarotor of Iti aaiat ol Aadraw tiubuart, lata of Moalgomary ronu'y, Ohio, do-wed. PK'lxa at UKIIHAUT. ImIS-3w Attachment. Kroma LlaaeDuan . Hp fore oho D.Bheahan, . J I1,, Miami ttmitahip, Clmriea Haker. ) at "aiKoniery c.,0. ON THB18T I'AY UK NOV KM b Kit, WAt AN nnlrr of attachmenl in thia naM, w taroie! hy John l. Htitwlmn, a Juatioa tfth Peaoa, ot Miami UivrHhip(' iwiinwirv oountv, Ohio, imuti aworn to. .''. i.a aat fur hearing, January 1, iHWi.at ao'uiork P. M. KKKMi LIRHKNHOKK, Ptaiantf ' A.Ci-at, All y. dwl2wy Notioo to Bridge Contractors. sixth HTKKrrr mtii)(;i CITY Or DAYTON. AvBmft' Oran'B, MnaMMRBT On., 0, I Iat4i, Ien.iiMtr 6, laao f RKALKD PROlHWltLA WILL BE RSCKIVKD AT the A ud i tor' Office until Monday, Jaauery I, 1MIA. I K o'liorb, A . II , hy a Joint O iniinM4M. cm Maad of Man ua Hmlr, John Butt, and John Wutn eldorf, brii)irt Dommitie uf the otty nf hayton, and JkDbM Aitplettata, a tuinitVa kpuintil Ly Uie Hoard nuniy Joitiimjaaioncra. To build an iron t due aeroaa tha eattal on Aixth aire-1, ia tha miy oi fieytoa. aa todowa. 17 1tA UK'haa tn lhavlaar, with a aid walk oa one aide, ftva feet in width. auupOMed to ba aitly ttwnt m wilth. mora or lewa. Hid to tat mad hy ihe auntie Katdi hiddrr ia Iho reiur4 to praaent and Intl ukb hm own plan and apet'ifViationa The tauim ttea re aerve ihe nvht to reject any or all hida if hy tlunk pro par MAHCCH HtMLKK, dwKattaWJ Cluurmiui bridifa Com, .lA. "B WrYllR!uRt'H rsTATB NnTirK 10 tirliy jian, thai tha under iind haa thia df N-fn t(nnnlt aUtiiiniatratora if the ai-tala of Jar u wetMrtant, lawi ot anvo'o'rery eouni, otiia, caaard, by tha Probata Ouurt nf mud .Hiuiy. Nov 41, ima. J.l-KI'H W- VHRfrtHT, nof'.it JAKB WhTHRU.Hf UTOR'W NOTK'K All proe.8terited A Ij harwb uat lW that tlta undraiciird Ihm thta dtjf haaii appointed and quell ned aa Ksacutoro lb B 0. VjltwlIWIi Kinvter ta, las. . aofHtw House Furnishing Goods. VAN AUSDAL & CO " 14 mala (treat. OVTllrKT BTOJUO AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ohoioh goods FOB THE HOLIDAYS. NEWE8T8TYLE8 nillTH8KI.Hr A IM'KTINdS, TAI'KSTKY KKUKSK1.H CAIU'CTINd, Til It KK-I'I.Y (' A lU'lCTl NO, TAI'IHTKY INOKAIN CAHrCTINfl, KXTK A Hlll'KK I NORA INf'A KI'TI NO MKIHUM I Nil It A IN CAIU'KTIN!.!, HK'lt VKI.VKT ltlHiH. IHtrHSKl-H KI'IIH, VK1.VKT 1KHIR MATS, , 1IIMISSKI.H lKKlll MATS, RICH DAMAHK I'L'RTAINS, liACK II.' HTA INS, lu git-nt Variety, of Iteaut.ifiil lleslgus. Kmbroirf-orpil 1'loth- I'iOMO Cover I WnrsU'tl IMinask 1'IANO COVKIW, KmlHissetl Cloth HA NO COVKRS, Emhroltlerctl ('loth TAJtl.fi (X)VEIW Worsted Haiuask TABLE ("OVERS, Embossed ('loth TABLE COVERS, OTTOJ1 A NH I M A RH E I LL KH ( X l ! N TK R H A N ES, HUTEK I.INKN IIAMAHK TAKIKI'l.tlTllsi. LINEN OA MASK NAPKINS. FINE DAMASK TOWELS, DOYLIES. TIDIES. SLTl'ER. HUCKABACK TOWELS TRANSPARENT GILT WINDOW SHADES a(lte till.T WINDOW SHADES, Ereseo UILT WINDOW SHADES, tc, &c Ac. For sale elieap hy VAN AtTSOA L fit CO., SwIlMIy No. 74 Main Street, House Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods. DIXON. FORCY & CO., t!r. Hacwnal awial Jerferawa Si., JJayton, Ohio U AYR JIMT OPKNBD A NIW AND SI'LINOID SttK'B of DRY GOODS, Oloaka, Cloaking, w Olotha, Shawls, ELEQANT BLACK jpancty siXiixs. ALSO, A I.AKtiK STtM'K OK O u3l IL At Oil Cloth Mats, Rugs. Crumb Cloths, Drugget, Window.Shades, Damask, Anal KvarTlhlBg In tk war MwataeltwrailiBilBAr aiawaa. MXON, FOROT A CO., .(!4Hm lUTTQW, Ohio House Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods. Miscellaneous. A. BABB OHANOB. ONR OF TUR FST KfcRHH IM MAMttOM lOWrwSHir, atM.OatEmf COUNTY, OHIO. Foil HA I K, H4MbittihiliT attnatM about ona-half a mtiaa aonthiMMi roni Htkuin' Htatloa, on Hi laUta and U irn Railroad, aMl alwut uua-kMiTih of a ntda aoatn a(ih Witirr.rwvtt 'Curniuiia. aai aMra nultv- anrthMt ol Ifyu a.o'BniatDiua' una hutwlrvj atxt Aftv-atubi at'r AtMHit lltianrra ar uutlr auod o iktvaiion. attoa ia wall uaabarait Thar ta a larra Uira-ury hrMk daliiDi houaa, frna barn, tVaaaa totlaaroo ahwHl ami a Dar -tiulinii aprtnfc ml gotxj vaiar, on iWti fti. rn it'uou ia tiwidauiy iaJUi, ulaaMUil, aud avary way aVairaMtyaiid ia a fHUyh bur hood of jtod aoctat aod ooavautattt to MpKool,uhBrx.tij and mil la. Taruia oaa-third oali, U balanca ia thrafwiaal annual ravmenia. I HILLIV ttfHn LivA. ttala-t IMTATi OF OWEN MoOORMlCK. NOTiri IS A hry sfivMi that tha auhaorlhar haa twao Kmld aud iua)trtMt aa alm aiatrwor of tha alaiaaf lw laoOomiBitt. ho tf MoursoKAt-rv Mualv. iiiha. ir iMt. liatcdttua IHhdnvof Hnihr, IHaA. daulailawsa BI.H.ABBTH MoOOKMlCK. OAV1K h...i K. WAKNKR't BXTtB.Nofn"trTl uv aivaa. that Itia uaoa'aianad haa baa an. potoUMi and qualiSauae r.aaoutorot tha Laal W ill aad Ttaiaeni 01 iAuiai n. wafaaf,ti ot MotitKOAnarB Oouatj. Ohio, aamaaad. lMo.it, 16. ABRAHAM WABHC1.