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W axtki .VfiKNTs a f.K oiti'K. ; M Vli, I ( nil i liuf rVI !- v.--lf fit thtir mi n h'l'li;' Itl 11 litfllt nud ltiii, AllV 1'IT- i liiivitip it fi v iMMtm tUti? Ui kn'I -w ill ihnt till t emiti- 'msii, M.nni I'Hll I'tllll'lll,,!. K i:. li! it, .Mii-hisMil Wanted a sm i,r;"ct)iTA(;ii;- Willi Ui iff nr lour WrMims, in i pwd .Im'Htirtit, lor which 1111 1- will liu i:iit in advtinett, Posseti-hm il;rcil Iy Iliv uiil.lt'. ui" Miiri-ti nr tin 1st of April. A'lnv-xs ir tipi'ly to "HAM." CutplrHollli'i. i AVaxtki aikikiiaxts, rank Kit Ami KvitvIkmIv Wnnthiff (Joed Printing done t" cx:iiiiint (In- work even led ut the Kuiji! Strum Job Itotmin, Nil, 11(1 M n 'jtrwt. VaNTKU l'Klis()H OUT OF KM TKOYMKNTdr lhwr Want hi jr lloAltf). Inform-i-linn hh tt i,st Artfilcti, tti trt Ail vertigo In (ho Kinpirc Wiinl Column. Wants. Business Notices. Dimtiok STI'K IjA NO'S ,' DYSPEPSIA TONIC. S Dr. STRirKT.AM'N 1 r Town is n enure ti trated preparation of I.'oots mill Herbs, with nnfincids ami carminatives to strengthen the stomach ami nervous system. It in certain remedy for Dyspepsia or Indiges tion. Nervousness, I,oss of Appetite, Ac'uli ty of tin; Stonuich, Flatulency ami Debility Tt Ik not nleoliolie, therefore particularly suited for Weak. Nervous, anil Dyspeptic IMTsons. Kor sale by all Druggists every where al 1 per bottle. CUKH Dr. Slrii kl:inl'N ion ! I Ii K S. PILE REMEDY I Has cured thousands of I lie worst raw's of Itllnil ami Weeding Piles. It gives imme diate relief, and cllivta fl pcrnianiint enre. Try it directly. It is wnrrantiHl to euro. Kor sale bv all Druggists nt 3(1 cts. jut 1ott'e. ' i Ir, Sliicklaiiil'M i COUGH ' 1 ' lMKM.tFI.rorR ' ' 'no MOIU2. COUGH BALSAM is warranted to be tlin only , preparation kiihwii to cure Cough, Colds, Jlnarseiies, Asthma, W'hooping Cough, Chrnult Cbugli Consumption, Bronchitis mid Ot-onp Be ing prepared from llonoy and Herb it Is hcaling. softening, nud cNlKHioriitiug.' and particularly suitable for all 11'ections of tile Throat Imil Lungs. ,A'ur.sal! bjDmggists everywhere. i, , ' -., I j 1 t"STANDAll-,l HoMKorATinc Mkdicimk. The ajjent of lluuiplirey'8 llonieopatli Ic Spoci lies has rcoeived it very iuimrtaiit nddltloii to his list of Humphrey's Specific Homeopathic li'i'incdies in tin.1 kIiiih; of Specific, No. HI, which curcn dipthorin mid lllix'nlb'd sore throat. Them1 npi"ritlci liave obtained a w iilc celebrity hiiioiilt the nicili calpractitlorwrs Rnd m-e very lnrly used by them, beiii)f prompt, ollicient reliable nd convenient. An vxtwnlctl ndvertlsei nient In another coliiuin glvoa a list of the different kh:c1ca, tlio diseased which lliey rcuicdy.Hiid the prices. TheeascK forfiinii ly uso lire especially worthy of attontioii, and also the new department, of vctcrnary fqiecifics. The licailijuai tersof llniiiphrey s Sccltlo lIoiueouithli Mciii:iiiR Co., is at 0(12 Mrordwity, New York. UalMl Ihon Dot miul4tr U ft mint .liftsi, Anl, with snmn fwl, oldlTious hntidoiB, ' , ClWinsfl the foul bosm of lh f.rnlut, hIiiI! ThWi4liHUioa llw llTtt"' i " (Vrtiiiiily; I'lantanion I'.iitkiis will do it when, nothing else will. Mcliiucholy. liepresslon, Hypocliotidria. Insanity, all. spring, more or leis, from a disc:ir;ed stoiu uc.h, and this Plantation lin-i Kiut is a sure cure for. Tlicre is no mislake about it; Dyspi-psla, llealache, Dullness, Asm;, and Iiw Spirits must yield to the heiilth (ivin and genial inlliience of the Planta tion JtiiTKiiH. If you an? to doubt, make uc trial aud be convinced. , tW An Invai.uaiii.k Khhpdy. None; except those who have suffered nil the hor rors of threatened ( !onsumptioii, can fully appreciate the value and clllciicy of lui. II Ai l's HA-LHAM ii Boverelgn reineily In all the TarioiK Uijesof this lunch dii'iided disease . ' t ' . tjyPn. Morr's Vkiiktaiimc I.ivkh 1'ii.i.s are coustiinlly becoming more and iiioii' popular. They are acknowledged to have no rival In the cure of such diseases as Liver Complaint, IysneHia, Kever of nil kinds, Jmmdico, Costivenww, I'ain In tin Stoimich, Side, Head, Hack, and Howcls, Itilious Coinplaiiits, liOs ot Apeflts Sick ILeadaiJie, S rotnhl. Scald Head, IMieunia tisui. i'ollc. Pleurisy, I'iinples mid Son's on the Skill, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowncss of Spirit, Pain or Weakness of Hie itrcast, Diseases of Spine itnd Ksdneys. Sore Kyex, Diarrlieaor I lysentery, Cohl, etc. Most of the ubove-iiaiiiedilise:isesinuy be prevented by kiklui; Diu JIott'h Ykok i Alii k 1,1 vkii I'll, i, In witison, or when the liver lH-!oiiies tirst deranged, which carry off, tlirotifrh tlie ho les and the secretions of the skin and kidneys, those ikusoiiouh humors that clou sloimu h, bowels, mid skin, and become arcuiuularrd In the blood. Then) has been as i;reat a progress in sci ence, and especially in that of medicine, wittii u the last few years, as there has In irt. To such perfection have thev I the art. l. 1.4. Al.l,. A..1..1 41. .1 ll.y. w..ll..I.,.:i i.ronirtles are condensed aud concentrated into tlio riwini) or sails of the , plant, which they extract from it, and leave the inert or wooily matter. The. old mode of extracting these medicinal proH)i lies by boiling for a long tune In water is louiui, in most cases, ti remlcr the ineilleliial iuallle i wholly Inert, oreven ihi'oiiiMsing lliem. ! Dk. Mott'b VKr.iciAiii.K I.ivkk I'll i. an! ; com,)oscd of chemical vegetable exfra. lis ' " mostly from plant -trowing in our own eouulry some of these planlsliiivca direct on the liver, others upon the skin, others on the kidiii'ys, and othci uiioii the iMiwels and lungs. Jt is by a culiar chcniicid muiilitiiatioii of all these t-xtnicts that tliese Pills are made, jiosscssliig tlio 'ZSZ2S"ZLT,,u:y for vnritt i,w I" No lady should he without Dr TOWNHI.KV'S I.MtlAN Toillll Al'll K ANOUVKK in her family.. If she has A-hildrcii that have the toothache it will cure them. If auv the family have scurvy on tlie gums (t will euro It. If some of the cousins have diwascd gums r ndering their utli verv . iiupUiiisant, It will euro the diM-aHc, and render Ttrsi uius red aud of ajtiyantriul color. ' -'.- ' a is ut A as ITIIE DAILY EMMIE. .: i Dayton, Ohio, ITUOSd&y, January 30, 1866, Local Matters. Ow.NKim of property, read advertisement "Wanted," In another column. Till: indies of the Episcopal Church will hold a Fair nud Festival In the basenient rooni of the Church, on Thursday evening next. Tiik Atlantic nndtireat Western V'.iilway earned ill Oi-cciiiIht, $r,!HI,l2, W'liieh show s an increase over the receipts for the siiino lime in of r2l2,2iHI. A i.aikik eajrle was shot in Mtihlciibiir;;h townsliip, rickaway county, a few dnVs "iiieo. It' inimsuml eight feet from tip to Till! new board of Directors of tin; Mont-KOiimrj- County Axi Mnll unil Society w ill meet on Saturday next to perfect their or Sfanlnalion mid piitthoan'airK of the Society ill tanDdo sliaiH1. . - - iNKOItMATION Wantkd of .Foil II Kalon, of the 1st Mississippi Colored Iteffimcnt. When last heard from, lie was at Viiks burtf. when it surrendered. Any iuformn lion ri!Ss'etinx hluv will be thankfully re ceived by his brother, Harrison Katou, Dayton, Ohhi. ' ; PLEASANT l'r.ACB to I.IVK. They had wily three murders and one, iitlempfcd stii--idu at. Jiidinnapolls last Thursday. iluriur Ihcdayand evenlilff. Th' ll-nibi. n ler rlntC t this pleasant jMale, of affairs, w nilirks 1 'For the past two nninl.li tin: local ioI nnins of the press of tliis city have seemed to be a 'holocaust of ci imc' und the fame of ludiunaMii lum become a reproach and oy-woru in tne nioutiis or str.Tiijrcrs : n, behooves ourauthorites to taki! nroinntaiid decisive net ion, and see that justice is meted out to nil criiniiinls. 1 1; is necessary that the lcjtion of Rcoundrcls who now Infest our city should be either driven uway, or made to suffer for their primes njrainst the laws-whieh they have outraged.'' Tun Xicw Mkitiokist Cihhijii. The building committee of the new Methodist Kpiscopal Church, have taken (he Initia tory steps for the erection of the proposed edifice. Ai advertisement for, propo sal to furifisli stnne, llnie, excnvatlon, Ac. will be found in tills evening's paer. Tlie site selected for the new church is on the south-east corner of Fourth and I,uillow strcelH, and is one the most pleasant, and desirable in Hie city. Jt is promised to make it one of the most elegant and im posing edifices of the kind in Daylou. i A ian by the name of Vanlilse, from iJutlcr county, w as relieved of alioiit twelve dollars yfslcnlay, in the vicinity of the depot, mi the 'confidence" principle. e took out Ills wallet to change a bill for a "genteel" young niiiu, when the laltcr kihiIj lied the wallet and ran oil' with it. The verdant gentleman from liullcr had not recovered t he -plunder at last accounts, and probably never will. This is another case of "obtaining knowledge under dilll culties," but the Htntlmt diil not pay very extravagantly for this Information. Fit.u'AH in Miami ( ii Y.--A domestic fr acas occurred in Miami Clly yesterday, ilia family by the name of Hessian. Whisky seems t to have been nt the bottom of Hie affair, most of Hie family indulging in that exciting ami destructive st iniulanl to excess During tlie fracas, a son about fifteen years of age, cut his father with a knife, inflicting slight wound in Hie arm. The parties implicated w ere arrested for a hearing be fore Justice Itook waiter to-day. AMUSEMENTS. reputation ' a'i uwi f our most pular , rJ . .. , ... ,'. . u'"' N"'"1 Mr- Mri V""'" !" l'ii"J'V-- i i I 'fo-iilghl. Miss Kitty Ithincharil w ill ap naioii ,.,. a .,. hl ,,, r.lnnillll ,,lny of ,it . ,, , . i k ' " 1 , ' "'' n l'art In which she always ex- 'l'l play Is finely east, and all may anticipate one- of the most pleasant and at- rt,ve ?wn,,i -,,r Uw As the evening promise to lie favorable, we predict a large attendance. ,, . , , , , , ,, , ( 1 K"" H 1,AU "" "'''''ember thu splendid exhibition at Clegg's Hall to night, Includ of lugtho Jlaininoth Mirnir, Illustrating tlie ,., ,, . s-niitor's Soil imi,1,,ru,h,u' , , '. K 1,.v u"! eelcbrab'd viajdist, Madame May Morten, and tlin eiiUirtuiiig ln ture of dipt, liuck, tlio renowned humorist aud vocalist.1 Ma. John IIicoisoiiam. We notice by the ('iiu iuualj papi-rH, that Mr. John Uiimghani, who ranks among the first actors of the present day, is now filling an engagement, very successfully, at, Pike's ( ci'a-l louse in Cincinnati. Mr. Ilroiighaui, is not only an actor of dlsHiigulHhcd merit, but an author. One of his comedies "Flics In the Web" now being played to crowded audiences Pike's. , W e would suggest to the luaua gci(( of our Opcra-1 louse, that if it were possible to effect an engagement w ith Mr. Ilroiighaiu for a few nights in Dayton, the arrangement would be highly gratifying mid acceptable to their patrons.. TiikOpkua-Houhk. The beautiful play of Fuw Itnu was put upon tin; stage in excel lent taste last night, and was cordially greeted by a large and delighted audience, Miss Kitty lllanchard enacted her part nil II fin 1 1 V. (I till l-Oiiil vul a u-n n nil m.tl.n 1 V..MV.,ll,,l,utNl,,m 8,:l'"t,c we' "'e f'' I'er many friends in Dayton, who have a high appreciation of her talents as an actress. Mrs. Perry, as h'wirt, was inimitable, as she always Is In every character she ersniiates. Mr. Allen- miinr unrlirnutl, lullv sustaiiicil his high; Gleanings from the Mails. Ko less than five hundred and eighty political prisoners are now nt tlie Dry Tor tugas. This Is a place which requires clean ing out. Another nrgro lias been sentenced to lie sold into servitude in North Carolina, ami the Frceilmen's Bureau lias arrested the court and all tlio parties for Investigation. A street railroad Is being built nt Calcutta, thecars for which were manufactured in New York. An order has been Issued at Galveston for the muster out of twenty-two w hite regi ments in Texas. Sixty prominent citizens are under ar rest at Shrcvi'isirt, I,a., on a charge of mur dering negroes. A gentleman from Texas says it is not known what ha become of Senator Wig fall. It, is considered pertain licit be has not crossed the Slate Into Mexico, and if ill tlie I'nited Slates his locality is secret. Many believe that he is dead. A plan has lioen submitted to the Govern ment, for the purchase of nil Florida below Hie 28th degree of norfh latitude for negro colonization. The terrirorv designated con tains n.OOiiixm acres of land, and would aic coininodate 1 15,000 families. It w ill prob ably also be prowsed to send as many trhitc uiiumr to I lit" colony as w ill be needed to cultivate the lands for Sambo. Good idea. TniAf. Kin Thkahon. The first trial lor treasou since tliat of Anrou liurr, recently occurred in Fast Tennessee, Captain Gam ble, a confederate enrolling olllcer. was Ill dieted for treasou, and when tried ncipiit ted by the jury. . When the bill was introduced into the House of Congress to appropriate siillicieni money to equalize the bounties of soldi, i. Mr. lirooks. of Sv.v York, declared that, it would add ij(KMKm,tHK) to the national debt, lie was hoofed at and traduced. General Fry, in his report, shows that if, w ill run lip to SIX IIUNHIil II AM) I OK I Y l ll.l.ll INK 1 it has been asecrla'uied Unit upward of fortv counterfeits of the five-cent currcnev lire in cireulafion. The Secretary of the Treasury has ordered them lo be called In mil another plate prewired, which will cost the Government upward of two thousand dollars. When tlie call Includes the filly and ipiarter tickets, w e can resiKUid two or tnrce times, willingly. A special note from Columbus to the Cin cinnati ViimmnrriitU asserts that the use of the Hall ol the House, has not been refused to any body ol men, "w bite or black." Forrest's receipts, for live of tlie tcn- nifjht engagement at Chicago, foot $11,- l.ili IX). Itenton N. Harrison, Jell. Davis' private Secretary, has been released from Fort Delaware, The slnkinir of the Hleanicr Anna Par- rctt, lip lied Itivcr, is announced in a dis patch lrom New Orleans. A Washinirton special asserts that the Internal revenue tax on whisky does not yield more than oiie-tcnfli of what was an ticipated, and tliatailditional measures will lie taken to prevent frauds., A dispatch from Memphis savs it is n INirted that. General Forrest, under tlie guise of rctirinir from business in Memphis to his plantation, lias iroiie to Mexico. In couscipicnco of having been notified to np- jicar oeiore a Military t oninussion In Wash, i itigton. It appears, from astateuieut published in the Chicago liiiiuldicuii, that six million nine hundred and twenty-four thousand one hundred and sixtv-ciuht "rations of malt Honors were inaiiiifacturi'il, sold, and consumed in Chicago during Hie past year. I.ifk Inscranck. It is known to many in this community, that a number of our former citizens, who have been called away by death, had the forethought to provide for the support of their bereaved families by elici ting, while in health, an insurance upon their lives. Tlie benelUs of this ar rangement can only be estimated by those w ho en joyed them nt a time nud under cir cumstances when they were most needed. Every right minded man, while in health, and possessing Hie ability tolaltor, regards it as among his Hi nt dut ies to make provi sion for tlie supirt. of Ids wife nud chil (licn.. Some labor to make that provision secure by means of real estate, or bonds or stocks; all of which require par outlays. Those w ho are not so fortunate ns to make such large accumulations of capital resort to life Insurance. This latter mode requires hut a small outlay annually, and which can lie wived with a little economy from the yearly earnings of the head of the family. There are tens of thousands of families that are yearly left in straitened circum stances on the death of their natural pro bs tor, that might otlierw lse be made com fortable, would the fathers cxiwud in secur ing a life insurance policy the money they daily squander for cigars, tobacco, whisky and hecr. Hut In securing such a olicy the purchaser, almvc all things, wants lo be snlislicd of the mvnilhi mul pitriniiiiiiiuij of the company in which he in sures. Such Is the ".F.tna Life Insurance Company" of Hartford, Connecticut. The purchaser of a Kilicy fit this company one of the olilcst and .most reliable in the country may rest contented that it will not break down la-fore his death, and that, after his decease, bis family will bo sun! to get the aim u tit of his insurance. The local agent for this city Is John II, Sttippleuian, Esq.. and the special agent, W. U. Gillespie, F.sqM either of w hom will give all requisite information hi regard to taking out ollcics of Insurance. Tkmi'KKanc k. We are requested to an nounce that Mr. K. Carswell, the celebrated Canadian Teuis'rance lecturer, w ill lie In Dayton on the 1:1th of February, and com mence a series of Icctun'H at Huston Hall. Dels rcpivwailcd to lie a finished orator, and his lecture every w here are attended by crowded audiences. ;itd. Till! great Clarksville land suit, Involving the ow nership of a large body of land ut Clarksville, Clinton county, has been deci ded in the Supreme Court of Ibe l ulled Stjiite in favor of Halley, Pylo aud others, defendants. " Haii.iioad AcriPitNT. On last Saturday evening, an accident occurred to Hie pas- senger train on the Columbus and Xenla llailroad, going cast, at flic (ilade Hun Switch, between Ixmdon and West Jellcr- son, about tw enty miles west of Columbus. The train was ninnlngsloMlv at tlie lime,' r ' , , , . as a freight train was expected folic met nt that point, which, however, did not ar- rive. A billet of wood supposed to have' fallen from a wagon that had passed nt the , , , . , 1 road crossing there, was lying on the track, and was caught by the pilot. It was moved distance to the frog of the switch, whlcli it filled up. and threw the engi'ie. the tender and three cars oil' tlie track. The engineer, a llreinau nud a brakesman were riding on the enpiuc at (he tinie. The lircniaii, John Kiusler whose residence is unknown, was throw n oll'.und his lifeless , , , body was found under two trucks ol I he englne. Tlio engineer w as cut and slightly bruised, aud the hrakesinan received some scratches, but no serious wound. Tim , , . , damage done, lo the engine and cars w as not great, and w ill he easily repaired. The remains of the deceased were properly taken care ot and impiirlcs arc being made tor Ids relatives, who nre supHisct to re-1 side in Hie State of New York. , . . Hkmova!.. !.. Hoi nstcin has renioveil hi Cigar and Tobacco Store to No. 01 Jefferson street, next door to the 1'ost Ofllce, where lie w nuld lie pleased to see his friends and former customers. His store is very nicely lil ted iiji, and lie has on hand a full supply of Cigars, Tobacco, and every article in his line, all of the best quality. Give him a call. Yai.i Altl.K I'i;o.:i;tv. Attention is di rected to Hie advertisement for tlie sale of valuable real estate on Pulaski street. Per sons In want of a nice, ifmit'ortable lump, would do well lo give lliisoll'er their attention. Gleanings from the Mails. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS r(RSTr.l liAILV, CINCINNATI. HAMILTON AND DAYTON. l-esTH ni7i-. 0:V, h m l!!iii ii ni SMi p in 7 AO II 111 l on ii in Oim innnti Aenmodsiion.... 5:"". A m sKhsIitu Kxitiei-s Ui:0'i s m C,i..umi.o Acconinu.iiiiliou., Jiiiio p m Ar,riMi,fiii on... 4: 1" m JKiero-s , l:.rsiim wiiK'inntiti Mail Ii:l.rsm rnylia Ao.'oiiiinO'liition ll:lftpts ATLANTIC AN1 OUKAT WK8TKIIV. '2:llSptn f,f.-o rn s.Kprwss fi:Cfi n in bttiam fNijht Kxprcus , 4:ixipin DAYTON AND MICIIIUAN. , Ul:10nm 0l-KJil)'O Mil, tl:4f in 8:(Spm Ohif-siin unil Pflrnil K.xprww... K'.'Spm DAYTON, XKNIA AMI CIII.UM IIIIH. ll-.oriani frinr.i Kxprosn 7'.-0sni M"m Mml , li til m t:lrnm fiom wn q ilrpot i M nt ft::Mpm PiltslmrK Ktpross .... :l ;:m a in INDIANA CKN l 'l. AND DAYTON AND W USTKKN. 7:.Vism l,H.tm K.xprsn H:V5 v m I rsl s m Ai'i'nmnHirtirtiiis Aipin :i:;l& p m rty KxpreHM lliuOt m SANPI HKV, PAVKIN AMI CINCINNATI. I ld:(MAin- Da.vmiu lvxiirn KitHi pin lit- ifioiiniH.ii Af.'..oiiinKMtnlioii. :'i.1 p m u.liis m ' DAYTON AND l'NION. l l,rin m l',-nriiri,falton I:fsi p m ti xpin l) lp in 11:16 n in I'liylen AriNitn In' ton rri8 In Cinenii uij f llrllirninu Iciiv H V li:4.r ii In rencliihu Pinion l'J:4f. p ni. Lai-v i-yfty Tuo'-ninR nc), Mrnliiyn tThniu- kot.u k,t -m Ihn l-m train niasl iirm iir ih.ir ti.'k.! In llii-evtiini', liofi,rn titflil nVlivlf, ! hf s '.:r, Imai cr-mi-s Is nt X"in wilhlln, I'llls, lililllh KxpnuM.leviniri;ioeiHniili MI7SN1 p m i. L'H. l.i'Nil. Ai'-nt. Monetary and Commercial. Forgeries on Boston Brokers. On Monday last discovery was made that. forged checks had been paid by several Huston Hanks, and, tus Vet, no discovery i , , . i I ., , .' ,M:o" " ' of the culprits engaged in the sehciiic. Two checks on Messrs. Stone & Dow ner, amounting to r.,0oo were paid at the Mer- , , " . , ,. , . . chants' National Hank; two checks for li,tl00on Messrs J. II. Clapp & Co, paid by the Third National Hank: and two cheeks amounting to tfl.KOO dollars, on J. Ham- mett, wen' paid by the Hank of ( 'omnierce. Another for $illK(. on Messrs F,. P WtHn-U'r A Co., was presented at the Mt. Vernon National Hank, but not paid, as there was' no stamp upon It. Another for ilo0, was also presented at the Hide nud Leather I'auk, but payment was refused. The name of Iliirnett, Drake A Co., bank ers at North Stale street, were forged on a check for f'i'KJO on the Second National Bank, and w as paid, New York Money Market. uuii-l uml steady nt ri"l 11 per cent. Stei-liiiK itull mul lioiiitiiiil ' nt Msv;liiN.Y liol't llrinor, o.,iiiiij( nt t.lio,. te-1 1-lilltUK lo M'l'r , llli'l I'toshlS" l 1KII.. I.ovi-I'lillieilt i hus ks am ilitll iiilit uitlioui ioi ito.-i'lisl i-liiiuice. 1 ' Tlie pitv sin s tin rei-i til lu-uvj iiiiioiiiits i,e. JMisilisI ill (lie stili-lM'iisnry, on H''C.llllll ol It-Ill N- l-ary louii. tuts tiii-i-eii-.i,t ttu' luiliiuee ul Uii, m,iui Ih'oiiiI IIiii H'niil, ol Itm tlt-i,ily. To li'liii-'ll lln thi' Sci'ii'lnry liic- iimli-i-ciinsiileralioii Uui i-iijiH:W of n din injr tlie rales of inn-rvsl lo live pt.-r i-toi. , on all ,itms li-lt lui- Itiii-l v ila s m illi nai 'lavs' no- I lice unit ltii" reitilii-iitos il IViiir .tint it liatt pi'l rent, pnynlilr on ileniiintl, w ilb a vn.M Ui siooiu-iiiihIuu- country liuuk,. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, January 29 nn( - out uti i'litinl rh:uic In I'litc. Mip lihic i- in j fjilr iiii:iimI nt -l 7 Ml; rli'iil $sa'.'i fuinily ut . $ W nl lanc al HI (.It Al M W licit nml nix li.tiitrcil : old ; n-t1 In ilinian'l ni ftt H lor prime to cIioh v jtm plci. No. I iicm is In I'l nt fl nmi k lorn i firmer nnl in ii'iuitini ut s'vc. lor So. 1 vilhl; vnr i In ll nl Mr. ci.iUuif in ;:o...l ilc-iii.t'i-l ul :('. t-'. It. i No . hiil So J.Of dull, :iu. prii-t'H lliivt ittM-liiif! in Jft:ff S,!!, l)u in nU'tuy ut V,- In i No. . W II l-K V A limited iMnitil. u illi a ntict inur- It.'l ill 'J lol lire. IIIHl p SIN', o UmmU.I. M.I.O Tim rrcripu ol 4 lovrr i Inrirr. mid !) miiiki-t ii.tl iiuit' hiIIiui. but lldrti ctnilinuu U I $1 rT ki l-r itriiao, (r-.m u.ru. iUx i I him ,riiimst, Wr.iiiul i lii.rioihwi!.. Hio Until, llf!'.. a i id Mol.thM. SKUtfh' ,. , . , V- , 'I"11"'- ' - I I ' Rni BAItR MINK W HVVKHlOn juulil will Imi r4intHittl krul on luthd for Medi cal itud NiM-rnini'iiUil um fib4, liv II Jen , oji- ioit4'iiv lloUd. A1m H ui" I'huitM 1ir nI I'f MrpU di.'m W. J. Mlhl.lMN I)l 'O YOU W ANT EMPUYMKNTf A-lvvrtio in Ihn UA1I.T f.MPIKK BY TELEGRAPH. From Columbus. [SPECIAL TO CINCINNATI ENQUIRER.] COLUMBUS, January 20. M.r ,ilv''- 1,1 IJonsc, Inln.dticed n resolution to guard against drunkenness in r,,ilroad ;,(..,.,, win. cause accident, bv i examination, anil license them lor one year, Legislature j.ec ,lirm bill eain'ii up i ",!!'' n "'I," , V,'" Klri,V' ",lv'''",."n,, sert "four" dollars as the eoiupensal loll, but it was ordered engrossed. The bill making lunacy a cause of re sume , J""'1 of -fudges indcli'nilcly post poned ,",l"'S''"il,('- From Washington. WASHINGTON. Jan. 29. Another highly luiporlanl bill was Mkeu ' up in the- Senate ti-dav to carry nut, the , provisions of section second of the anli- ' slavery amend nt. H wi l meet with Kl ,.,, 1M 1).,MKili lrillll y,as,urV, ,a- I is ami others. Mr. llavmoiid's speech in the Douse was " "'""j Vn",, '" lobabilily. complete the spilt betw een linn and his i j,.,,.) v Tlie amendment ft- Hie Keonnsl ruction i ( 'ommiltce w ill not pass. The. radicals ; i;;;' !!' ,;:,U'i;-1 ,.:?..;;:!., '! t ' ' " It, is Isdieved (hat the olllcer ordered I 'lf,n' were called for by this committee, iu- stead ol' being ordered here by General : Grant to consult about tin- bill to rcorgnu- arinv. Grant, and Mskenre In the city, Flske savs he was scut for by the committee and that 1 nomas was also. Ihoiuas gave his evi dence to-day. lie stated that the only way to preserve t he M'aee in Teunesseo is to admit her represent-alives. Il"rvpiv.,i n tation is denied, peace can not be eM'cl'd. The report of the tltiitt'il Shoe. I.'evci ! Commissioner lias been laid before Coi gi'C'ss. It makes various reeomnw iidat ions anil presents tonus of lulls in icdcr lo the better enforcement of tlie revenue lavs, and suggests increased sources of revenue. The Commissioner also appends reports on tea. entice, col ton, sugar and molasses. To Ilia! end the Secretary of the Treasury ai proves ofall t ho recoiutiicuilal ions, ii h t he exception of the time at which payment of the principal of the public, debt should, commence. The President. Ill a communication to the Senate, indorsed the opinion of (he Secre tary of War. thai it is inconsistent w ith the public interest to give answer to re solution of tlie 17th instant, requesting the letters of General Sheridan and other oil I cor of the Depart nient, of Texas, with re gard to the present condition of allairs on the Southern frontier, especially in relation Ut any violation of the neutrality on the part of the armies now ucciipyingthc right bank of the itio Grande. From New York. From New York. NEW YORK, January 29. I Tlie I'limmmial't Washingloii special says that Secretary Seward had an interview- Willi Santa Anna at St.. Thoiiins on Mexican- allairs. The hostility of Ibis old Mexican leader to the .Empire imparls a degree of significance to the meeting that is regarded here as highly important . General Sheridan can not at tend the con ference of (he Generals being held here, as his presence to preserve tvrdcr is necessary on (lie Kio Grande. The immediate object of Hie meeting Is to organize a plan for tlie regular army, but their deliberations w ill exercise tin i in I x nt :t ii t inlliience ii n in the question of rceonst ruction. The President lias deferred issuing ll formal proclamation declaring the respira tion of the I ' iiiim until tlie opinions of Generals Grunt, Sherman. Mendi Thomas. hernial! and others could be obtauieiMela- ''v' ""' submission of tin Soutli fotbe ( oiistitiiiional authorities. It is antici pated thai the opinions of the I'ldon (icn erals in tin- South will eonllict with Hie IHililieal theory that the. war is not vet i ended. Destructive Fire at Newark NEWARK, OHIO, Jan. 29. I ! ; A lire broke out on tlie south side of tin public square last night, In the room oecii 1 I1''1 ''Y Christian as a lager-beer saloon, spreading rapidly west, deslrov inir In a J,,,,., til71(, ', i,, .',,.,, ,. hiiaube, barber anil sahsiit-keepi r ; 1 1, Mil- I ler. grocer: liahlw in A Son, leather store ; ;! ".'W' iJ. furniture hoi.-e. The buildings wen Iraiue. and ow ned by Gen- j cral W. It. Woods. The total loss isaliout SlilKid. The stocks w ere mostly saved lSahlwin's and Maklcy's loss is covered by insurance. The loss to Hie. insurance com panics is a boui I, nnn. New Counterfeits. CHICAGO, January 29. Xciv I'ouiitcrfcif Iweul i -dnli.-ir National bank-uoti's were put in eirciilal ion to-day. The engraving is inferior to (lie genuine tint very good ; nevcrlhclcss it. can be read ily detected by (ho omission of some of the details of Hie genuine bills. The back Is very siorly done, mid hns the appearance of beiiir lithographed. A FARM FOR SALE. Wil l, SEI.l, AT PITtl.lC SA EE, ON irvnnv, tvin milcH umili ( ttrli-lc Si;t1imi, v iiiilt H woutli.uif.it t' .MiiinilMtiu, antl Iimii- the Ih li unit n iMHii I crin;iiit4wti, oil i:iMlV, KI.UIUWIIY IVi, My farm, oitlaniiiiL,' ,u ii, nul K' in-re mi ller culliviititiii, tin- IimI iimc in IiiiiIk l 1 he i.irni h.H tin H a iVnilli' lw tftiiiiif ii lo(5 iiiKt t'r; - Imi ii, Mimll npi)i urf'L.iiil. ;pnl Mt iM .ii .iii , ,ii li ii-ci'v .ilf lo 'iiiiiuc al lOti'clo. k ,. M i wjirii U'l'lilt w ill t- mivlc known. V N.Mt Nt.KK. I 11 K KOT.roVI(i A ISTM I.KS AUK IN ltrttLT 1 M-tt Krumi'tt for 4.iiie HtUtoni I hairti, 1 hitK-tr Mill. 1 lai'tri1 1ox Kitrtirn Knniiliirn, ijosiii Kixtun. (iK'i, ouiiU'l-, It(i(i)r-WiK'. I liiiio mi l Muii'j, 1 kctf luiutiii'l VN ln-kv. i 1 1 1 .uiiiHcr 'I'Iiom ririlt li uill ImimiM if not rrUlcnt fur. ami rd.ii tf. s p.mi vt, tlliin .11 tta from Huh .i. jjiii ii vri-rti w r.l.AU A IX ltl'. I1 AXCY SHOW BII.I ortiuntiy MrrctuiliU, ur.iti- lintitisl at the r.nrutK hu.im Joli Hinhus. i:,t ISTATK OK liKliKl VA KAI'M .TIIK lv.A.M um. .r.-.-.. lau- ol Mi. mil Town- -I,, , l,,,ull,,.r, I ,,l,. Janll Kiv ' 0. A. (ilii)VK. T AO sliiiM-r, nml Mon-liMnU TAliS printiil to oriler, n sliin l uoli,'. , ni TIIK KM I I UK si.'ni .lull Itoiiiuii. AM) DliOP IN' 1H KKK liuw NslmaiA I. m'IIiuh In. Ilnu Clotll Ih-Iow ho . :,",'v,' . J""''- 1 Shirts and Bents' Furnishing. Great Busineiya Change! art 13 M O v -A. Xs UK TIIK Eagle Clo?hiT g Mor-i ! H.SCHWARZ, T. II K F.NTEIM'l! ISI NO PliOPlM KTOIt illlit' well knmtii kiiTlt. I lolhinir St..ri- IIIH Mnin iMllU't. ll'li'lhlhlL' till' I' llllilrt' Ollicc. Mill ItMIIOVt' nil tlir Isl ol April, iHTrO, li k phii mI ImtiMSr In, No. 1 IS Main Ntrwt. No. 1 18, MohOi of liii iinftit itciilili, (tlie ;rtwei"V Sfurn ii-iw otTiipicil liv Mi' m-s. Mclntln- A Ilfnnl.) n htn Itr inniuU f.irtt iitoii 11 V hoMnlt' tun I lic luil Miniiil in l in ih I lullniiff llotisc. nt'coml to llotio in (lie H - Mr cjilli Mil' c-i.t'ciiil nUcliliofi of tlf lililin rolii riistoiiifi- 11 ml ut I thirst in w nut !' l!t.-liion;ililc uihI t'l 1 -lll.ll It ' llollllliy. (THAT II K COM M KM Kl TOhKI.T.Ol K II1S KNTlliK STOCK i)K (i()M)S, t7aiiu;ir, I, 1K4UI, Positively at Cost ! (.'iinsisljlit llf . , First-Class Frock i OY Kli'( DATS, COATS. lllSINF.SS SUITS. of his ow ll selection, ti:ayi:m.ing miuits of every , K Uiu (puilitv. di:awi:i:s, A heavy article of CNDKIisllIliTM. ' Ac. A'C Ai;., 'flic inililiu Mill l,L'ur in mind Hint lii ults't at r-lnlhiliK wns seterli'it it li Kiv;ii i-i,re.. im.l iHUnf 'on lie, it it ii nil i l;irn;i' nunitltai'tliriliir lioiise ill I t li. - 1 ii .-ll i . enal'list linn to oliluiii nls iieseii I. stH-i. in i-u-.toiit-iii:i,o t-lt.l hini;. niin-li Im'Ioiy I lit, ll,ii;il IVculcs, mul lit'iftoh in llii li'.-isl ilesiviliK lfo.,,1 . tiillimi: ill Xj o -xxr I ri o o s ! will evi iMinlv llli'l ll p..ll te ttteir tiilBp sI f.i i . Slllillo I'll I iii'll! -el iM'lV re tin' l:, f.Te1 tiitil. ol Ins slm-L Mill In- i(l. it. In iiiejiiis lii st-tl oi'l lui. entire sl.icl. In-luri- Ita- f-t of Apiil, T . out. N It Til i: I' L AC 10 ,11 Y S TVI Jr, JOS A'l.i"iniiiK 1:111,1111; inli, II SWAItZ. il.Vnil lV-i-eints,!-'.1-!. tt-li. Clothing. J. K. WlHIMOlli:. 11. p. IAJIS. AVHITMOHi: V IAMS, iMuiiul'ai-lul-urs nml llcnlcr I.N BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, AMI C T, n T I T I TS" a ! a;a kii tii si ifi;i:T, (ouixiiiN,) lltl TOM OHIO. 1 HEY KEEP A CONSTANT SI PPl.Y I" i o o o W'llicli nill tie nei.li Goods ! up I II lilt It - .on III,- horli't uolire 1111,1 ;tt llii. must UKAKO.YAlSLi: KATI.S. " FITS" WARRANTED IN ALL CMli 'J hey ulvo keep u lull assorhnriit SIIIUTS. COI.ltAlfS. CliAVATs. IIOISEUY. TIES. Ac Ih-i-i-iiilM-r 30. ilri-SO Jtu avai.ki:k At ti :km:u, pi ai nrs is C O r F I T I ! AMi Boots cJLj Shoes. Nil .Ml IIUKI) hl'Kl'.KT. It.VVlMN. oill't AVlTFilAM WAI.KKR HAVIVU AS- S'M IA1KU Illi liiiusrll in l.iiMi.PH r 1',.rrv I III nr IU'W ll'lll 111' tltodiilr l!ii . lli'hicn'H i i licit i)iialil " prri:irr n ftc I' riUoiHTn Ullh i'Iiti .'irticlrol' i ,u mi,' upiirtn-l ol thu Intftt tv ami i iuv iiu h nut PANTS, VMS 0)ATS, IIOISF.IIY. II AN'DK EliCIIlEES. ( . I.O V Em. IMKJTS. SHOI4S, SI.IPPEKS, ic. Will tlo nvli to sive tlu-in u rail. M-oon tnni'l. li com i!,.l. u..-i,i'Oilelil of Boys' Clotlilne ! ICeiiii'iii In'i I tie 'I't stanil. N". . fl.uil l i . , t w u.M ;i: .v i t um.i: lie, 'J.-I ilw If Hats and Furs. NEW ESTApLISHMENT. IAMII(IRL; Opora- IX oiibo hat stoim:. Kvery lie-tr'pr-" i r i a it t . ps, l,:ilif.'iiinl Cliililn-n's Fiu-Kf Itnlii , AI'.( ALi.v UK I N DEi;SK; ED HEliS TO IN- run ,,t in,, imiiiii- itull HE II AS NOW OPENED, AMI W il l. KV.KI' (ONST.VNTI.Y ON H AND, KVKBVIIIIMI THAT IS .WW ..Vi UKSlll.illt.K, IN I'll K A HO V K I. I K. o lU i i-flhiiiii ii, ilw Mni l.i t. THAT IS Attractive, Desirable or New W ILL 11K Added from Time to Time; HAKIM) IT (INK or TIIK Most Com pie to Estalishmente, tr Tin: ki.vu, IN TIIK NT ati:. o Ladios and Children's FINE FUltS! OK TIIK C1IOK KST AMI UK III.SI . f tjl AI.ITIES SOLD IN THE WEST, A T Lower than Cincinnati Pricet.' I rcsiHi-llullv nolii-tt nn evuiiitnilioti of ,lo k K III IIIIVI N ilni-.lly Su M Mam aim, lia.viua, uluo. c. IIKCKS. It El KllTS. .c i N ally I't inn-'l st tliu K.11PIICK, ' .' f M. alii .Joti lt'i.,lli. , - - 7-- - UliAVTIl Kl'Ts. .! Scully prnnit at lliu t.MI'lUt suaui'joliKoum.