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. O. HITCH, Agists KnnW. .' 1 l)nyton,C)hio, Friday, - -"-- January 26, 1866. Characteristic and Rich. The l liif.iuimtl rWmcrrt.rl, flrt- tnl-t-Iiiji willi lifnl omlil.-f'i,y tlit Mr. Vi. i.kNnmHiM Ik (i "vnli'tiirtlimrlnn pollHt'lun . uliiluf n rtlily noviint iibjiirwl y spoil1" dcmot ry of tlie Sew York SIhmi. siuU rrHliiil by th thrw hmiilrwl find sixty State Sovereignty IH'inunraU ol Ohio; nml yet KtranRi'ly ilivlitri-il Ui lie tlie ri-iiri--M-iil.-illvu of U: VMM) "OUio Jlom uoii iiiiTi,k,--ttiiir ihiwtmJs to "ltrti Into tlie nfitriwiiil VnllaiuHiriiniii 1" 'l':urter lstic Cumiiiwi.iJ style, lorn whole eoluinii iiihI aliair of IU lireelous t)-n In onlerto prove tlul It rrally litliw that Ins likf l-' I h'nKK'nitie party. Is "tleail"! MoiHver, tlie Commercial 111:111. tnwnnl tlie dtwe ol 111 loi'X vljlroiw uliort. liy way, still Inrtlier of pnMlnjr Ills In tense juliiliiUiili over the ilweuw of tlie nt'oresaid "viiU-tiiilUiarlim," wm-Hi linnior ons and lniliilnetli lii ilivers iuhI miiulry sayings Inleiule-d to Iw v, llty, mid attuiUly witty, tii ilonlit, to those who "run see It." Hut "Koakliift" aside. It Is easy to see when a lleinwratii- wwspaperorHpeeeli "Inu t.," by the v liM-iiiK of the "gulled Jiules." The sli;ulow of the deceased "valetudinarian" l I anhkihaM seems to strike more terroi to the souls of his wouhl-lie assasslna than the sulistituui' of Lttli thousand lire men "aimed 111 proof;" and In the midst of al the ehatteriiiK of teeth, as they pass by his KravcyanU there Is also a prodigious ninouiit of wtilstlinjr to keep their eourajre up. What, In faet, they fear, is not only his Tesiirreetiou hut the "judgment to eonie." , 1. S. AVc are authorized by Mr. Val i. tMii ;rt to i.iy Hurt the reiiort tlmt he had "hired" the C'omweiriiiJ, . during his visit on Monday mid Tuesday toCiiielnuati. to ahuse him order to keep up his position with his own party, is a dirty "abolition lie." which lie holies no IH-moerat will be lieve for a minute. It Is not his stylo of doing things though It may look that way to an outsider.' - Besides, he Id satined Willi his isMltloh In the "ISonrbon IVino eracy," without any ulir from tho Commer cial. Vln-refiinr he exelaims in the, lan guage of Hkknan or Saykr he forgets w hich Vjh'H tuti uiuciluil" ; , Afraid of the Issue. tin Wednesday lust, III the House, a I!e puhlicmi ukmiiImt, Mr.Oartlner, objected to submitting the question of Negro Suffrage to the vot vf, the )plH of Ohio, because as he said, it would b Tntetl down by u majority of TWXK). Why, then, should Ncfjro Suffrage lie forced upon the District of t 'oliiiubia against the protestor the ico pie thereof? Tlie proposition was to sub mit to n Vote of the people of Ohio, ut tlie annual election, In October, of 1M7, that Cougics shall no amend llie Constitution as to provide that , . , "Kvcry inale citizen o( the United States of the age of twentv-oliH years, who shall have liecn a n-sident of the State one year next preceding the election, awl M the county, townsliip or ward in which he re sides, siieli time as may be provided by law. shall have the. u,uulillciilions of mi i lector, and be entitled til yote ut ull t hiclioiis.',' fiui'iliii-r uioved to indefinitely po-dixim-tlie proposition and moved tiic previous ipieslion ; but his party voted liini ilown and sent the lli'0-Viranil to the' Judiciary. I'ossilily it may be heard of again, but we are incredulous. Give us the issue try it ou! The peoplu of Ohiu aiu not unwilling to stand side by sidtt with the Nutmeg State on such a proposition aa that, A baud of tricksters atthe State House may pale lie- lore it, and sneak' tlie Issue; "but TT1 K l'KOH.K NKVKK, if they are called upon Compulsory Negro Suffrage. The Ohio I'tultdiHim calls linhlic at ten lion to t lie fact that "every Ahlolit ion mem ber ol ongresa from 1 Hilo voted for the passage of the bill forcing negro kiilVragc on the (H-ople of the District of Columbia, against their will, aa ex pressed at the bal lot box; yet there i not one of those mem bers but what, in making his canvass in this State, denied that he was iu ft for of such a thing." Aiiothcr.eutuuipui-ry . make the esse more Hilnlcd, sayhig , , ; ' "Intelligence, not color," hax liecn tlie motto of tlm ltadicals in urging negro suf frage. Hut they have just, voted dow n. In 'ongrcss, all pr'oHisitlons even to limit the right of sutl'rage to liegroea -who can read ; they voted through a bill Voglve this high est right of the American lieenian to all tlie adult malt! iM grws in the District of . Columbia where there is a ncfrro popnla ' tiou now of nearly ou,M) ohictly a collec tion, it is said, of the ollscoiirings oil' ail t In most debased class of ncgrocg in tlie South Idle, vicious, brutish. The voters of the District, H,MH to less than llMI, have ex- Iircssedut the polls their opposition to this lad measure, and the Hadicals are now go ing to tone It upon them though their own Stales at lioinei;wt tlie unclean tiling, every time ! i Stanton SMiHUKi.-Ueiif ral Giant or . densl the iiiiisteriug out of the troops In . Virginia lately. The Secretary of War countermanded the order, w licrcus.n the rreaident countermanded liini, and ordered .tlie troop out. Out the trooiw went. Now, the next best thing lor the President to do, Is also to muster out Stanton. AiiKnglish novelist, Mrs. Kdivurds, uses this Illustration in a recent work t "Ail day long' like an overswr In a MiuiuwkucU c otton Held, Claude pantum to and fn le twecnthe. copjitry liiadu and vliievnnht. . Jorrei t Ideaa lmtlis4 Uu.su toigllsl wri r have. Cm. . . li was siuinlv a misprint,. The writer wrote, JIic7iuja-(( Vollv :l ivldeutly VilUt" The President and the Fanatics— Will he Cross his Record? lu, February, 1SH1. while the country was rockisl by the tumult of revolution, Anukkw .Iohswin was In the United State Senate, and in response, to a spuwli from 1i:ki kkhiik Davis, he trraphlrally and truthfully characterized thodisturliiiift ele ment of thai tiny in the following lan guage: . . "Itut Mr. rresident recurrinir tow list I said ycstenlay. there are two parties in lli'u iMiiiotry llmf want tn break tip the Government. Who an- they 1 The mil II- tlers iMl r of tho South, the secessionist or illsimlonists. tor I use them all as synoiiy inom farms. There i a portion of them w ho;rT tc ih'sire the disruption of tlieGov- rniiieut lor purpose ot tlieirown aggrau- dir.cincut. I do not cliaige iiiioii them that thev want to break up the Government for tlie purMise of atl'iHting slavery; yet I charge that the breaking up tlie Govern ment would lmvc tliat cltccti tlie result would Im the same. Who else Is for break ing up the Government r 1 refer to some had men In the North. Thrc. it a tct of mm ealhil al (iioi thrj want tn hri-nk up the tinveriwu:Hl. They are. dia iltiinuisjs ; they arc siwessionista; tl ley are nu!lilicrs. Sir. the abolitionist and the distinguished Senator from Mississippi (Mr. .IcIfiTsou Davis) and his party both stand In the same attitude to attain tlie same end, a dissolution of the l.'nion." Mr. Johnson then proceeded to show, by ipintntious from tlie sseches of the Hadi cals that Sl'MNKH, WllJKIN, SlKVKNa, &C, were disiiiiionisU and traitors, and that they had always labored In alllauco with the Southern extremists to dUuicmber the Union, lie said: "Then, w hen w e come to talk of "allies," w hose allies are these gentlemen f Whose allies an- tin- Abolitionist of the North, if thev are not allies of tlie Si-cesslonistn and Dis'uniouists of the South? Are thev not all laboring and toiling to accomplish the same object, tlie (lost nu t ion of this great nation of ours? Their object Is the same. They are lioth employing to some extent the same means. "Mr. l'regident, I have alluded to this supjeet of "allies." In order to show who is engaged in this unholy and nefarious work of breaking up this Union. We tlnd first tlie run-mad Almlitionlsts of the North. They an' Secessionists; they arc for disun ion) they are for dissolution. When we turn to the South, wo sec the red-hot Dis unionlsU and Secessionists at tlie same work. I think it comes with a very bad gmoc for them to talk about tho "allies" of others who are trying to save the Union and preserve the Constitution. I went back yesterday nod 'showed that South Carolina had held this doctrine of secession at it very carlv day a very abort tiine'afU-r she entered into the Articles of Col i federal ion, and after alio had entered the Union by which aud- through which the iiiilcH-ndcucc of the : country , wa achieved. Whatel do we tlnd at a Very early day? Go to Massachusetts during the war of lsli and the Hartford Conven tion, mid there you will llnd lueu engaged in this treasomifile and unhallowed work. K.ven in 1SI Massachusetts, in manifest ing tier opposition to the annexation of Texas to tho United States, passed a reso lution resolving hersell out of the Union. She seceded ; sho went oil' by her own af because Texas was admitted into the Union. Thus we tiud South Carolina and Mnma chusett taking the lead in this secession movement." If AjxmtKW JohnhonhIiicc Ida last ac cuwioD to the .Presidency, has, in any man ner whatever, by act or word; manifested a change of mind resH-cting these two rival hut sy hipathisiug classes of disuiiiouists and disruption'!!, w echalleuge any one to pn tlucc the record of It. 1 f ho. So far, lias exhibi ted any H.!oil positlveness in his adiiiinls tralion.ll is to Ik- urn ju the maniicrin which he Inu, lii-iil tlie AlHilitioiilst-disnilioiiists at hey. I'fom the iinpudeiit Sl'MNKHilown or, w e might, proliably.iuore properly say, from SrvNh.il tit not one of them ha held audi ence with the I'l'i-siili-iit. to urge action ill favor of their Infernal conspiracy, to to tally break up the old Government, and force the country into a new one, on the In tolerant Yankee basis, that he has not been suulibed, iind, in some instance, Indig nantly repulsed from the White House. They have hut poorly studied tho charac ter, record, aud all the antecedents of Pres ident Johnson, w ho now exjiect sympathy front him, in their villainous combination to New Knglaiidi.o this now ie.icefiil Ite publlc Their new "Irrepressible Conflict" they will Iind but short-lived. The Negro Provided For. Tlie United Stales Senate, yesterday passed the bill t,i enlarge the miwci-s of the FreiMlmcn' ltureau. The bill, among other things, authorizes the President to reserve from sale :m,ooo acres In Florida. Missis sippi and Arkansas to bo set apart lu par cels of forty acres for frcedinen aud refu gees. It confirms the freedmen in the pos session pf tlie Sea Islands for three years and authorizes tlie President tn extend military protection to tlie negroes w herever law discriminate against them on account of color. lines any one imagine that an cipial num ber of whites, equally needy in worldly goods could receive such valuable legisla tive aid a this from a ICcpiihlicun I!. S. Senate ? The "Color-Bearer." ' The chief organ of tlie Methodist Church of the North, the (7in'd'iiii Ailvmuite ami Journal, has raised the black Hag of amalgamation ami negro equality, it say In a late editorial : "Tills godless, prejudice against negro eiiuality deserves divine punishment. She (the Church) must cease to loathe and dis sociate men on account of color. She must giver her brethren ot the ilcsiiincd hue her cordial lellowship; iu her cliiirchea, her schools, her counting-rooms must they move freely and unnoticed." ' Our Cincinnati eoU-mKirary is accus tomed tn play Orderly, but we venture our judgment that he w ill llnd aoiue dlUlc.uKy lu eomjM-lling a goodly portion of hi church to "keep U-p to the music of the CnlgK-'1') Union." Pertinent Questions. Tlie landlord of a hotel in rittsflcld .Vrtwai-A unt$, declined to "bod aud board" the notorious nigger. Curd. Iiouoi.as. a few days sind. .FRRD'a wool gol more kinky than ever.and he launched any quan tity of epithet upon the head of mine host. Tlie dirty abolition papers thereabout also pitched in and helped the dark side of the question. Whereupon tho Albany (N. Y.) Arrnm asks ; Why don't those philanthropists open their own houses to the black orator t . Why i Is it Hint AlKilitionist. always want other I people to- recognize the equality of the , negro? Th who send their daughters ' tn academic want the negro to bn admitted to the mnimoii schools. Those who ride iu carriages demand a place for him In the ' stj-eet cars. The fashionable churches shut I hlin out of their tiews. and demand an opening for liira at tho poll. Massachu setts, which has no negroes, wants Ui recon struct tlie South on a isMittcal negro basis; and the remote ooimtlosof this State, which have not a dozen genuine blacks in their population, want to mako liim iuror ami uM-rvlsor, Acn on Long Island and in New l irrn.. Ill all these caws the design Is not to lx-t-tcf the hi. u k. but to annoy and disvust the common class of whites. 1 lie Puritans abollsliiHl bull-baiting, not because it hurt the bull, but iMi-ause it amused the crowd. Pertinent Questions. Special Notices. PRURIGO LOTIO, THE GREAT REMEDY FOR ITCH ! Just rerelvcit by Abls xWnr, No. W Main struct, the atHMrc (treat rviiidy rnrtliccurear Ite.h In all IU firm. It '.h- not soil the olothcs unit ran lie used with anfi-ty iu nil kimls of weathnr anil under all alrcuiuHtniices, ns it contains no Mcmiry. It will rare all forms of lii-h, Kins' Worm, r-iniiilm on tbe face Ac. Jt Is a itquiil. free from oftV-nlve smoll, and tlie KreanyqiiHlitiusutointmcntsroiitcl Prino fiO runts. JluiU tf IC a hack's Hitlers. 'There Is many m tins ward siskes In Jesl," snlil s Krntlcninn to his frienii who re. mniknl thnt MJreenback isrs aroad, tat Habarhs are better." A Ooiiah. tJolil, or Ho- e 'Throaty HKQllIHKA 1UMKDIATK ATTKNTION, AND RIKU I.l) IIK CIIKDKKU. If nlloweil to rontiuue, rritatlan af tna Lusfi, a Herns, nent Thraat AOeciiaa, sr an In curable .nng- Islaeas IS OKI'KN TI1K ItHaUl.T. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES Having a direct induem-e to the parts, ' liVK I1IMKU1ATI ItKI.IKF. for Bronchltlt, Aatliir.n, Catarrh, Ton lumptlvf and Throat niseasrn, TitM-hos aro nswl with always gooil success. . KIXIIKItH AND J'l'III.U: WEAKKUS , will nnit 7Ws)Ass useful In clearlUK the voice when taken lief'oro HIiiKing or HiMialtlng, and rclicviug tho tliroat after nn unusual exortion of the toca! organs. Ilie TiwJh4 art) recommended and pre. srrtucil by l'hyslrlans, anil liars hail testimonials from eminent men throughout tho country, being an article or true merit, and having prvred their cffli-Acy by a test or many yvars, each year units thcu In new locnlltles in various parts of the world, and the 7KmAm ara unlvursally pronouueed better than other articles, , Obtain only "UROWS'S IlltUNCIII A h TRO. CIIKS." and do not take any of tho WorlAlrM Imt iiitinn thut may tic nln-rod. Hold every. where In tlie TnlU-tl States, and For eign Countries, as nil cents ier Isix. is-Zi.Oiiidw IKmtetter'D Ulsters an the Hattlea t'lelal. It ia satursctnry u know thnt our Held hospitals are no lunger iinsuppllwl with this life-saving preparutinn. Hnlillcrs who, a prlvuto citizens, hiul Ix-como w-iiiaiiitei with its pi-opi-rties, have in many intiinrc msilo A special rciUUsl that 1IOH Tr!Tl'KR'S BTO.MACII llll-I KKs. might be added Ui ttiu nlislkal stores of their regiments, and their wishes have not liecn uniiceilcil. As a moans of suntainiug wounded mcu on the liattle-lleld, and or enabling troops to Is-ar liitlguiug marches under it biasing sun, It has Ircoa strenuously roccorainendeil by distinguished nii-illcul uu-n, and the prosHu-t Is that it will eventually supercede all tho adultem Usl tiiiitiircs, liiiiora and Oaftrou Trssfet that have hervtol'oru been considered meillrinol staples. Thvfact that a small illuntity of the Bitten mixed with water from any or the southern or Month, western rivers will prevent rrom affecting tho Isiwcls or the liver, should bo borne in mind by Army I'hysliinus, soldiers, and all who have oc casion to visit those iiortioiis of our country. The man who uses HUM fc'lTKlt K IIITTKKH In rnu fnimity w-lth Uie directions, may set at dcllanco liitennitu-nt Kuver and all other diseases genera ted by the action of an unwholesome atmosphere ii)n nn overtaxed frame. oct ilwOius MKDICAL NOTICE. Or. B. (ION li may ho consulted as follows: In XKMA at the lest Kitting Mouse, on Thurs. lays, Nov. tn, Ilea. -J8. Kob. 4, March , April is. In IIAYTUN at tli o Phillips House, on 'ridays Nov. x, Heu. au, Ki-b. a. March . April ID. In TKOY at the tlorris House, nn Satilrduvs Nov. 6. Id-c DO, K. li. 3. March 10, April 14 In M-UIM.HKI.I) at tho Willis llnnso, nn Thursdays, Nov. W, Jan. 4, Feb. 8, March 15 April 1. lar. t'ONB has had oltlces In each of the nlsiyo plwes. Unit he lias regularly vislunl for tho past seven years, ami as hi- has treated and cured many Patients, in each of the alsivo places, he can give llic Is-st of rcrcn-ni-cs In each place iu- to his skill llr. :oNK Treats aud l ures all vnrl,.tii.,t r t:ironic disi-oM-s, inclu.liug thosti of the tivc and ' Kar; makes no chat-go lor cousultiitinn; 'but If those who consult hlin desire treatment, he uhorgus j Cash ffir his Miuih-iiirs. sledli-ini-s that w ill last a nation I rrom four to six months, eot IVinii l-'ivu to Thirty dollars, in t'ash Address: llr. Yl. C'fl.N K, ' COI.liUBl's, OHIO. nov!lo-d1y Married. TOIIIAH-IIANKh On llic!f,tb int.. by Ucv ! Winters, at the residence of Mr. K. liawker Mr ' 1 1 . 1 . 1 M (i TOIIIAHaml Miss Mary I'. IIANKH Isith of Heaver Creek Township, Greene- County. ' IICSTON-DICKFY-ln llajton, rihlo, ou the' lh of .laiiuoi v ll. at tho rcsldcnro ol the bride's father, Win. Iliekev Khi., bv llev. .1 H KcniH-r. Mr. J. It. HUSTON and Miss t A I.I.IK lillKI-.V. New Advertisements. FTJRNIT0B.E RIPALRKD. " NEW ESTABLISHMENT, EDWARD KERR OI I.I) KESl'WTKlTI.f.Y INFORM the riiixenx of Imyion ami virluitv. Hint In Inu oruutl Mhop on 'I hint Street, m t iloor to lltoi Uet, Svtl A ( o'K. Htove Stoi'u, Wlurit! hu will K-pHil' FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, Promptly and at short Notice. Old li'iiriiitiirn Jojtnod mid VttrnUht, Imin Itis ftiiHul and nil ktitil ol Itttpttiriittc ilono. All or der will hi fttrvfully ttud proniptly mi4ndii Ut, hihI tho ) vtrtitr will 4-4(11 undoj'tliu woik lit idtnir4 w heru ctvHUiuy Hiid vnrtuhioK i ntwlod, , Jhu J4 dlt hDWAUD KbKit. New Advertisements. New Advertisements. i I i TII0MA.S & BECK, ' COAL AND WOOD i:atj:hs, . ; On Canal, Telow Third Street, Iu old Foundry Hail. ling formerly occuplwl by stoutMUU a Temple.) . , - TllK IiKST (it'AMTV OF i .. .. .- Yougbiogheny and Ohio Goal! ALWAYS ON HAND, ii fpiuiiUtUw Ui auit turcliHr ami ut Uie Lowest Market Rates. SAWED Alfo SPLIT WOOD, i I'lll FAMILY IKK, BY TllK . Cord, or in Small Quantities. OKDK.IW f.KKT AT NIXON'S TOHACCO HTOKi:, Corner S,icond and JcuVnon, or at i AllnwiiyM S tSross SIhm? Sttire, No. tea Fifth street, Will be Promptly Attenttiil to. jan n-dtr A FARM FOR SALE. I WIU, HEM, AT I'l'llLlC: SAl.K, ON the premise, two miles north of Carlisle Htation. tiiree miles south-west ot Mlumlshurg, and four mites inuii i,crinanu)wn, on WKHNKSDAV, KKIIKDAIIV 9S. ll, Mr farm, iMintainliig 1IKI oi-.rcs, alsiutKi acres un der cultivation, tho balance in tiuilier. The farm has ou it a frame dwelling, a log and frame ham, small applo orchard, and :ssl Injuring lieach-trecs. Hale Ui cniiincnce at lUu'clock A. M., w hen terms will In- made kuown. IHAAC N. MUNllMt )nnV7-w U DISSOLUTION. TllK PAHTNEUS1IIP OF IMUI.ir KUII'FKIt AND HA VIII MEYKIt. In the lolli lug Business at DayUin, under the name of I'htlip Kinlifi-r Jk Co., is dissolvisl tiy mutual consent. 8aiu Klopfer continues the business at the old stand on Tlurd street, and will settle uu tho business. All cMims ngainst the Urm should lie prescnti.-d smu in,iicr, aim icrsvns iiuciiicu uu uiu nrui w ill pli-aso call and pay uu. I'll 11.11' hl.iil'KKIt, DAVIO MEYKIt. , January S4, Jan -J5 lulAw A Good Opening for Business AT OHIIORNK, OHIO. 1X7 TTE WTI.T, BKTJ, ABOUT THE FIRST llf FKIIKUAltY.lNni, a Silendld st.s k of Unod cniisisting of Iry Itootts, tiroceries , tjiu-ensware. Hardware and a general variety of t,ioils usually kept in a country store. The man who burs the stork will have the refusal of the room. It Is gisNl location, second to none for business In the well know anil enterprising little uiwnnr Osborne. (.. situated ou tlie . I). C and A. A tl. W. Kail. rowls. For further information cttl at the ssora of H l.l.t.K, llATIMIItr A CO. jau ll lwd m, Main street, llavUin, O. Notice. I HEREBY NOTIFY AU MKX RY Uvaw rtwiiiM, not tn tvunt my wife, Mary IrCjruth, on liiyninnu f'nim thin ilalo, "tlwlnrlng my pcinoii not liny moru i-uHponuililri for uny lU'Ttts uiiulo by Duyton, (., Jan. 18, lttfM. JanlS ill 1 Greatest Invention of the Age. SELF-RAISING FLOUR ! Advantage of 8elf-llaiinn Flour 1 HE SAVING OK TIME IN" PKEPAK J(; it lor tho ovm. timl tlie wrtaintv of tlm ra. Hull in any cllnmUv 4tiiTirt'ui'e nf U'iiitt'ratiiro not fIFcctiiiK it; w hilo the furnientittfr protuKH liy yuut i visNuiiiiHiij ui'miihiiu on wniiMTHiiiru, linn can not I Mi uMhI H'ith rtuiM'4'KH in cilluir fi-rv lint, or vmi-v nUl I'lliUHUti, Hint will) every fm'ifitv (Mupl.'s Here ml huum, hU it then very uncortftln In It ThetfKrF.KAlMIWU VM.O U H wtHhe found (terittiMily the VsieaiK'nt thnt r-Hii le iihc1 for ho use puroriri, HAVING THillY VKH t KNT, in hutu-r nml eg, and makiiiK the numt superior lirutwl, Ktit iiHMtry, enke, pufl'tthfrfi, iluinplin, nHwr iumi uieioiv ntnta., uio.t wiin ill licit WOIKtmy of time ami trouble. IMrectiuim for uhiiik, iwsconipnnyinff pitch pnek- ror niu in s,wh or oy m unrrei Hi T. R. GILLIS' FLOUR STORE," Fourth street, Just east of Main, HayUin, tlhio, w here all ordrra sliuuld he addressed. IxxxuiUir id. fltr. X nE FOT.T.OWINO AKTIC'T.KS A RK I.V store at our Witruhouso, NoHol, r'iltU Ktreel Canal iikiku: , 1 sett frames Rir t'ano Sotlein thaJin, I Hugur Mill, 1 laigo lsi Kitchen Furniture, NatiHin KUturcs, (Sign, Cuuutur, I,liunr-kegs, f hairs and Htovt-l, 1 keg Kiiiimcl Whisky, 1 Triu-lliimiiicr. These artich-s will be sold if not called fur, and i-ii:,ri-s pain n iiiun ouuuys i i-nm mis oaui. Jan IR-ttw i KI.AM , 1I1IIHT M tiKNl'INK SKALSh'IX OVER I'DA'W at fin, at Scbwari, of tho Kitgle t.'lolhlug "m'io. jams Stilt, ('Ukatkr. ti'Ksl Ituslnuss isw.k ami Frock Coats at 10, at II 8chwars, aIJuiniug Kinpiru oiuco. Jaultt. ALLEN'S TjTTNO BALSAM TIIKUIiKAT KfcMKIIY Foil TllK (CltF.OF CONSUMPTION kU ALL UIHKAHKtl Of THK LINUS. THK HKSI-LT OK ITS USE IS A ititMif of iln rroitt Vftlne. ine eitraonllnary heal uiir itmjHjrui'b 01 iiutt nnmnv Hru vxix-rini-d liy iojsl1 u ho liuvtt ui!i it. Their U-tsLi ukhiv ill iw found In a painohh-t, which t un Ik; hud of thu Uki'hu w hunt liio iHt-dlrinit Ik iimM. ;t H. ill I ANlf imi.lM, h..wrvcrditrt'liiH. HlO nrokcn up in un iucr(uoie mioix ui., vy cHiottiiKft ftHriitr intliioiic ou tho lainif. o that thu uiulUir und pi tic ni tilt fifsilv ft.M'riiinitfd. AMliS 6 l-I'Ml IlALsAM Miii(iiin nnoiiium ill any form. It U jtfi luial) h aim (or thu lh 111 OH I Ul-urilU! I'MII'I ONkI'M I'TI V Kri vronld do well to rwd iUb Tivnlihii 11 1 mil I'litfurfi'il I.uojxi. Briflt in a Ka runittdv. 'I'rv It. Kor tnleliy llu rropiirtor, J. N. UAUItliS A l O, t incimiaLi, Ohio. I'rl.ell mt hoUht. Hold liy Wed If I hp Ofalrr iiirouguoiii m city aim uuinry. 04-Ulilawtl AnMINTSTUATOU'rt NOTKK KM AN I'KIs Mllil.KK hak lattn apiMMutd Adnituif-tiaUtr of liauiel Miilur, dvcoau, lato of alonlKomery County Ohio. uovlttwdt New Advertisements. CARPET STORE ; WALL PA PERS, ' AND ' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS VAN AUSDAL&CO., Tim. 74 KtslB ltrt. IIaVK JUST KECKIVKU A I.AIIQK Assortment of tho Nnwust stylus of , . . of all kinds ' FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, . . ; , TAI1LB OIL CLOTHS, BEST ENGLISH WITffEY BLANKETS American lllankcts, lirr.y lllankuts, CURTAIN DAMASKS, LACK CURTAINS, CUKTAIN CHINTZKS, WINDOW SHADES - OFAI.I. KINIIH; Window Hollands, of all Colors, Window shiulo Fixtures and Trimmings, (liltOrnircs, Ullt Curtain Hands, tiilt Curtntn Tins, , , 1 Hwiss llrapcrr Muslins, Bust 1 lain ox k Tahls I.lnens, Medium uunlity Tuhlo I-luens, Host quality Irish ShlrtiiiK Linens, Fine llaiuask Towls, Finu lluchorhack Towels, Napkins, lloylles, T. dies, 1'alilu and I'iaiiu tivors, CurH-t War, all rotors, Carpet I.lnlnf. ' 4 llti'KC nUn:k of t WALL 1'ATKIW, llecnrnlive . PAI'KIt HANGINGS, V1N'IK)W 1'AI'KltS, KIKE ltOAItl) PKINTS, COLNTKItrANES. , I'KTl'KK CORD, 1 I'lC'l'tTRE LOOPS, I'HTUKE NAILS, DIIAI'KUY CORI S, . r- ; DKAl'EIJV LOOPS, l)I!U(l(JETINO Carpets Made ami l'ut Jmvn. Window Hhados ami Cornices put up, and orderfc ror other work wnt-etrti-d at short notice. ' leciu.lyd V ' 1 New Advertisements. Book & Job Printing. a -mM ALL NEW TYPES! JOB PRINTING! AT Til ' i . r. . EMPIRE OFFICE ! ' - ' DOKR IN THK BmST STTIjXIt 1 . " '"' . , . ' ' '' -tl' MERCANTILE PRINTING ! CAIMIS, CIUCULAIC8, ' ' ' ' It ILLS, . IULL-1IKADH, CHECKS, BLANKH, BILLS OP LADINO, ' i - DKAY-TIOKIOTS, ' in'1 &c. Ale. R A I Li I t O A D 8 ! -mir-m.THt) wrrn- ' ' " EVliUV' VAUIKTV OF PRINTING! II 11 : I ' ' ' , ' ', HONK IN TUB , HIGHEST STYLE OF THE ART ! Illuminated Posters, .. , K)H - ' - " M KN AU Kit I KS, . : j , : ClltCUHKS, TJIKATKUS, CONCKHTS, 1 -1 1 ' " PANOUAMA8, i POI,YOUAMAS, , ! AND ALL KINDS OF EXHIBITIONS. J3TJmXNJS&& MEN, OF AM, KINDS, ' CAN, UK KKTTKri A(' 'OM MODATKI) 1IKUE THAN AT ANY OFFICE , IN THE CITV ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE ! ' Wll.l. HXKT WITU , Prompt and Careful Attention. H. II. ROBIN80N. nUJl Al AEAXI CHILLS. TllK M-DT KKUKUT TO UUHK, If DAVIS' PAIN KILLER. I UiltKCTIOXH FOR ITS HSK. TAKK i thnm IcasisM.usful of tha Fain Killer lu alsmt half' . hint of hot wuU-r woll swii-U'iicd with uiotiuscs as Win attack is niuiluH on, luuhlnr troclr thn chest, bac.lt and bowels uilh tbo uiedlciiiu, at Uiu Saine thnu. KuiMjutthu doso lu Sweutv minutes ir tbo first doso not sbip I In) chill, nliould it produce I vomiting (and it luobably will If Ilia stoiuneh Is tory fi.Hll. InknalltlloJ-aln Killer iu nud water swcoUmcd wilhsuKar nllur each siiosiu. I'era veraucsj in the nlwivn tntalnient hiunumlisuu. sevei-n and obstinau, caves of this disease. WILD MY ALL UKUK INKS DKALEKS. i oclll.dawll . Amusements. ''UKNEK'S OPEHA-HOUSE. J. M A W. M TtlRNEIl KKK.1IKKK 1(8 COI.KS ' ritOlMHETfllta. 1 MAN AGKItH, Engagement for a short season of ttisbsaiKlfid ami brilliant ArtUte. ... MISS ALICE GREY ! ' Kc-cnKircment, for x ntirhU only, of the favorite InnMite, - - v. . M'DLE VICTORIA. Friday -i Kvonlinf, Ju itfO, IfMMS, Will be producisl for the llrst tins tsi IMrtan, rtrainatlzatlon of I.odv lase's Wldowhtssl. In-Iiik tho same Kmiiancc on which penlor Wallook llmndelt his C4;lebrnu-d l'lay of . 1 ItOSKDALE; Or, the Rifle Hall. Cl : ItuiMtToimi Miss Alice roy :' 1 ' During- the Halt Itiiom Hc4-ur a firand Fiinry fancp, , , byM'III.K VltTDHIA ianuetto. Ilress Circle BO cents, lialcony !i cents, , M4iiMirod Heats iu l-arijiieUo and press CirclsTAoU. r . Plimeenlnm lloxes. A mid fl. lrsnMm alV '. M. OvertilreTti I". M. JACKSON I.ANdDON. J0HF1-II LANODON. , J. LANCDON & BRO., . ; i , ' Munufoi-.tiirura rrf. , r FINE CAHUlAfJES, lttH KAVVAVS. , ill K Hi IKS, l-H.-KlONh", HI'HTNO WAGONS. VOUK WAIjONS, , , ' sr.EroHs, etc.,- c. - ' f -; : . w UTEtT STYLE & FINEST WORKMANSHIP V W. rhlllliis' ol,l stand, No II, IS ft lr n. 4th Ht. UAilONi UMIO, llepalrliiff Itone Vromptly it Xeatly. ALSO, DKAI.EIW IN HARDWARE, And aiti-nis for UU-hold, fsahrsall h (los. Fire and lllirglur 1'itMif Katl-s, and Hrtinolt-y's ltcfjl(crat4irs and LaRsr Bci-r t.'.Mileni. dcrStf Ut MAIN 8TRKKT. V, KN V I IN K GEN ylaJrVflT,, LineaB Rhubarb Wine Plants ! A-T WHOLESALE RET A 1 1, W order out plants dlroctly frnra tits fmnortani sn.l w- UM-ratoreenal-lsd to urnlsh tothrs 4iurins "'' 1 or.lautlnc the line anil Keuuina Wine flaays We also Hceu constanlly onhsiuil ' ' - - . CHUICst WIU Bto''"-l ; J 1 X Axents WanUd. . H. WKBBKItT Co , Ilsyton, Ohio. ' I llesldenca, Miami OiU. a de5or , yr , ' 1 1 i ura 1 $500 1 will jmy frmtn the Proprietor of jinv Unillelne thnt rjiii uliow tfrofttur nuiiiberof ptanuii.1 oeritn- 7 ctxUm ifr.iir(H cflDctcI liy it iir ItH1 ii)fv whorf , , J tt Ik mu'lix Dmn iilHifLKK'H If K Kit JtirrRKH cif roiiHimiition, lH-sponttlH, 4'oniiilHlnt IUiwxIv Mux, lit4rrliKHf TypwJiU, Kfttitteitt, In-,,1 I iV U'nniitM.t, imii 1H1 Inun Frvtirs, Kovtr dud Akiiiv 'huU rii Morlnis, Yellow .luunillra, FlcroJhilft, kiib-i c Tii 11 n or Horn IVkk. t'nttcor, AIm-uiik, NturnlKi, . i - Itht-nniftttHni, (tuhs, rohH.OrnmpIn the Htoniiwih Chronic IMurrtttNi, ViWt, TetU-r, lliut, Ophnttmiv or fnlUnff nuiiv slckneHH, )K;.iUinr to . , ('liililreu. Isviu'orrtitfJL KKlirnir of the Womli. nil ok- struct Ion to Uio diui aotiirwof MUir In r3ink nil Yti trial ttlnfMAit, and all romplnlnts AriHtng IVoin Impiiw IUmhI in- a wen In anil (Utronlenvt sijtto J of the fcttnuiu-.h, Mvor or KMnuvs. 4-rtlilcftten of eures of tint follow Vcyvt tn Mexico can aWt be f)iniinhi(l, RfmlHr il it too Dot euro, Uno iron will bo refumled liy tho proprietor. j " a. E. Corner of Outer ttjiittro. . .);r; BKN1 KOH A CIRCULAR. The ififcrcillcntii pMil Iti tompoumUnK jMiKhlc'i II eih llitUini am not kept Hooret by tti Vixiprit'tor. Htiivl for a ( ircnlnr ami you will learn thonieiUrai; p prorort)le or all Uie ardrVc wnwl tn ths prppara titn ; aim In thu muunw In Which they oiioraio on thu nyntein, an, I innrli otlier valuahle fiifortnaUou, If yoo aio aiHirt! with dlm'Ai em fnr Mlhler'i ' Hero imiuti. Circular; rtai Itoaronilly, proflt hy U19 hint It rontnliiH, anl you will bo plaoou un tho , aura roa.1 of n-coTi-ry, For Bale, whotmato and TOtfttfoT W.'W. "BTFtV AKT, No. 64 Main Ml rout, ami at roUtil ty all .IriiK Kltn. JanU-ilawlm $100 UKWARD! 1 f 1 will pay to arty itootoror in em bo r of Ui Mwllral Ki aternlt, ibe mm of $1U) for any ooinrHNinit thai im Hesse mora tiu iliriiiat vi rtiUMi aiiir.urativMiw ' , H MINIIL.KU. PnajriOior. l' 'j'' ' 8, K. Cvi'noj-otCi'iitvr tMjiiaro, ,. y, JtuiO-ly .,.!.. .;, , l.ancaHUir. Pa. . Si 00 uKWAi.D! ; ) V r Y i I will par 1 100 Hew nl r Uie iliaeovort f any -uuiiicinal pi-eparatiou that can cure a grealr va riety ojf eoinpluinttt than Mltthbr'ti Ilerfp ItitUm. . I It. MIHIILKK, Proprietor, ' 1 d.K. corner of Center iiuarir janO-ly . . , Uutoaateir, 1'a. ' SHERIFF'S SALE, r9 CITY PROPKBlY, ON tABTITIOfV, Win. A, Taylor. CmKo.tlM, hi O D RtlanHhrvle.et al. 1 m-"- c I. j In ohr-dinca to tlie onimMl-of anorttorntftala1"' 7 T iriHUfxl in thit anonwrs ami tn tnefltrivU. I wlllotlfr at pnhli ikaU.at thadoorof tho Court Hou in tho cMf of IHiyloD. on - ".Ai-- 5 , i J Sutunliiy Jauuarj27lHOOt ' At3oVlok P. M , tha fallowiBff dpr.h1 prmiHMi trvwit, Hitonia tothooitv of Jatfl,ia.aa UBtjan4 . Htata.towt: Thirty f"M off of the eat ntdeof Lot Na.Y,M),ob the rvrid put of mtd Oity of tiaytoa, with all the ip purtonj)' e4 on mam! lotmimbr(1 a aliove, whVh lira 1 east or tho center of the liviai m wall of the lioubl Unci hnu-ie now orucUil oa ckmI nremiHem" Hait prvmiHo tmve l-nsn appraiaed al $'i,6O0 00, freo ... or dower and twn net aeil firr lea than two-thirdu of thai amouat. - - . i Tho ubove p-emlae art ituate on Hxtb utrrot. , r nearly oppoHiia tho failed Ilfothren C)areii Thw - hauie in a pood (wo rtory liiiitk, with eiiit rooint, in vrv Kooil ordr. on the prein nt. I a iixiil well T, and citm, wibQ fnany ntbor onY'ienct4, Ttvtita - J 111' ofrtalH, fiAHii. u. ft. ii , iiAvnwjh, Hhtnr I) A. Hons, All y, (or I'll Bs. tlv-JOdssrU GOOD FARM FOR SALE. NKOKTIIK UKST KARM.S IN MONT- i-iiT i"iir,iu mi no ouervu at rcm-u, - HA LK tn WKINKHI)AYtJANTAKY8l,lW, y On Uiu un-utiaoa now beloiiutng t (v. JohiJ J ( ; t j Adam Ieiit. - Koid farm it tit unto in Miami Tnwuohir, 8 aiii4' east of MiHnli)lrK, on lh ntervllleTurn piav; ooutuiim 1A0 a rct, luO wroi umier a wood eiato of cultivation; on acre of itimnI tiiutH-r iiukV . ---, rr and has mi It a lar if v fi anio d wInng Ainl 2 touulw ! i j i. hoiiMi, aa'Pa laiyo new laiik h:ini i thn- tobat oo ithfd ruin liotixi!, with food threHltlail Mikh, and other oul lxiililiiiirM; never failiiiM hniriuKi in Ura L rellara of the htMuea; aod.'iii ftiet, thu whole lunu In well upplud VkiUi water,, . , . . . i r AIho fruit of every deM-rtption If theentiir farm will uofcreetdw aii aceptalft) tild, then It w ill tat olTertHliu aovoraJ iratU. Title warranted clear of all elaimH. . i. TKHM. One thlul iJXkh. Miii-cli 1. XMML M4'ibo-- m nidttc in mtsoitablu pamenU. Kale to ooiamuiiou at Uo'cha-ii on aaid day ' dOUN A It AM I.KIH, COL. UKO. KtlHKR, Auctlouver. jau l& dwU FARM FOR SAL Er rfJiKjoJ WK ()FFF FOK HALK fNR OF Till IlKKT Fsmis on Hearer Crroli, ooe.half miKioilh wesl of Misutmrstrg. Mnl-ntnry flonniff. Tha farm nlsies 147 scr s nf Uie ties! Uiaoia Isud.w.ll mm riod; slK-Ilt III SC I I ol lH I SSt of IIU.U MM daUaM bis-li ami frsntr-on IIm nlsos.xiih lira iMUk lisin. 'n.ns lohscco stu-d, o it. leutf, witlisSI Usrcoiireiiiiit oiii.lu.l linas. For iiariieiilsis, si cu tne uilurslKiie I, ou the nremlsea. , , . . . IHAU H. (IKHHANT, JOHN W HUUKIMl.B " ' Jftlitts lin ' I I I1KMOVAI,.- .11. Mchwars will renin to ilk on lb 1st, W Ai U his mors ciauuiodlous hoiiss. , it 11 I ii'j ( i ! i . I