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A S T EH A n K V TS ' M A I . V. o H r E-
M.W.K) run eirii- f.v m t 'k ill I'-nr mvn i
homo, lu :i li -hi iiiiJ I. !! .nliU.imliU'f--. Vni 1 in. -U
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v 1:1 iin-1 r
Hi hnv.Mtf li cw lit.in'i ujl.iv Jj
tln n co-.il lcil KS '!'. - rt in
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.t n.ii. H.r I nil i.litfi nl.JV H K T,il KM
....... 'iV:..V: , i.. - "Ms-iSO SMIt-
" "' '"
m ;
lu .,im .,,, in .1 im.i.l '.. ill '..11. (or
which fi" will he fetid In itdvan-c. raMPwion ;
l"lMl 'i.v the .milk' hi ,M ircli r 1st or VM. i
A'lrtlMa ill llil I'l n.l.M.v E.ni'u.' .....y..
AiyKi"" VriiX.. ;
e timm tho wm k c. uU 1 nt nit' kunpint nihh
.li HJ KIKJUII, ? liu at ill ii M.rivi..
V VrrrtVfr'i!s!()"si otrr H" KW-
ri.'lVMHN T.M Waiitliii; HO A K), Inf irma- 1
'Iimp-a-Iii l.'at, Articles, Aa., to Advc-tme in the!.
Want C-'oliunn.
J
Wants. Business Notices.
t
Tiocton
ST UN LAND'S
,; .TOS IC,
; DYSPEPSIA?
, Dr. 8TIUCKI,ANlfl
. 1 rtaiio la ft toiiwn-
tratcd prcparat inn of Hoot? ami Heidia. with
antiaclds unit onrnilhiiMVe to rtrcnj;llii'ii
tliP utomnrli Ami nervous hvkU'IU. II Is iv
certain rcmodr for lyplwi or liiilitfew
tion. NitvoiihWow". iA-svof Vppctlti". Acldl
ty ff (hn Stninnrli. I' latnlonuy and .Debility
It 1b nut al'iiliolic. tlKTefoi pailu:nliii ).v
FHlt-d for Wwik. Nei-TOiis. tuid . Jynpeptle
perenrti!. ' For ulu by all UrntJi-sW every
where nt I per bottle. '. . - . .. .,
Dr. H(ricl:1uir
PILE REMEDY !
- lull
i i ij i: m.
irhurrt thUiaitdnof the ivom msitrnf
Itlind and llleeilinif J'ileK. It (jiven Imme
diate relief, and eil'e(il n jiernmniint rurn.
Tit Itdimetiv. i tl In warraule.1 to eurr.
For ilc bv all Drn-rsriisUut 50 cti. ii:r
boltle. . ., '' ,' ', , ,' . ,. . . '
" "' r-"l -'t " ' ' . . . '.
.i . Dr. Sti icKIaml , .
COUGH I -
ronn. 'inTTnti 7iTC!AWt
In warranteifl fu J; ttu .Blyj-fi'i paration
kuowH A elirMJoughK, Clds 1 lw runiiAs,
Asthlo:lVIiom)n";Conirb.Cliroii1ie (fllis
(VinsulnpMutJ, Bioiiebiti and Omip. Ite
lnt projmriMl from Honey mid Iterb U
healinp, HOfteniiiK. and eKpo toiMti. mid
partieulurtv suitjible furall nlVe'U iij)1'(l)e
Throat iin( I.uiigH. i'or sale l)y lnaif-'.Ws
evcrywhejro. f -:.'. f
.C- 'IK "j-'ti
J'lie aint i lluniiluey's Ibuiieiipath
le Hnie.i7n n Uiih reeeived a very Important
addition to his lit of llmnpliiuy'H Speeilir.
llomeopnthlc lt-wediiw In the nlme of
. SpiJliu'sU3J.r'Lyjt Uvf4i,illffl.ela l
Uloora4l owuiroiiU. -Tlieite. Sii'elli,Bliavf
obthliieil K whip wlnbrity iunou the uwdi-l
cal practitioners (mil nrp rry larp'lv used
by them. U'iuji jiiouipt, elllcieut. reltnble
anil eoiiveiili'Ttl.' 'An PXtonflixl tidvtlie
meiit In ttnoBlhruolntiin Rlvin a lint of ilia
ditrerout apiiclcis, the dHen-oH wbieli t-hT
rnmedy, andtlio prioe.."Thec.aos fdfiinl
!y nsn nm- nspeelHlly worthy of atUuiUoli.
and also the new department of vetei nary
fcjvelnVil. ''11ieliwidHmvt?iofJJiiinphivy'
kpoi(le. Uoinliatbie. .U.edb ifie K U at
WJ Brontway, New orJl.'i''.' " " ..n k'.i
'i . 4OHnHttiioa ihU m'nUUpr t-j a rii-n twoi),
1,1 " And. with nnrtla pwet,olimimii flutiflnl. 'u
" lnJi Hi fin! b"s' m of thi r-ertlom jlufl .
Tlmt iifii CK lli hrt .' 'v' ' ''
Crt:Hn; VwrAxws lUni." vill To.
It. wTien iinthlnir rNe tvi!l.-'li'lsihs,iv,:
Deiires'Sion. 1 Itvpoebiindriii. Insanity, uil
uur'mi. more or lens, fi om n dlo;eil Ktom
imdi. iuid fcbt i rtAsnnos-BrrrMt is mhH
Mive for. There U no ii!.-t:iK0 about It;
nvsnenola, - lli'dnlio, 1)u11ihwVk Jue
laud Low SpiriU inusl. yield to Win healtu
glvliiK nd neuiiil iuiliiencp of the l'rTTA
Tto.v IIittuhh. Jf you ro In doubt, maku
notrlnl and pe convmreii.
'Iff'. Invai,oahi. ilKMKiiv. Niinei
' except those who hnve sutlcred all the hor4
' rom of thre'iteiied innimitlou, enn t'nl W
nnnreebite the Talue mid ellleacy of lui.
if ,i i ' n t r.SAM a noverelL'U reineilv ill
all the various sUoof this much drcinh il
diseaso' .
3f)K. WOTT'a VKiJltTAllI K I.IVKn 111.1
are constant 1 V beeomiii): ninro and morH
popular. ThpynriM-kiiowleileilto bavf
Iionvai in ni- ,.i r... .. -- tir
tisni.Oillc HetirisV. llmplesnnd Sores en
the Skin, Palpitation Of tlie llean. l.owne.-i
Diseases of Spina and Ksdncys, Sore
, y'.T
ilarrliea or i'scnu ry, nui, ewi. ' ' i
Most of Uio atiove-tianietldloeiecsmay' It'
pro-vented by taUiuK Uu. .Mm r's Vw.it
TAlO.K l.IVFR l'll.l s til hinis.jii, or litill the
liver becomct first deran red. w hicli eany
nil', through tho bowlcs and the seevctSnifs
I.lver Coiuulalnt,. Jivspepsiu, te.ver ol all
kinds, daunrilcu, Colivcnesa, Pain In thK
Stonmcli, Mine, juaa. J.acis, au'i oowcij
uZhoMl M Ih'A lihcuu,1J-!,!i,,v"of
of the akin and kldiiuys, those inisuuCi!t.nijU
Jtiuuors inai. cioji ui smiiiuh-h. iiomc'.s, unit
, , bhllh HUM iiciuio" i- '
lated in tlie Mimd.
ni.... l.na li.u.ii nd irci'iil u iiritt'ri.n to ucl-
tmce, and ..sfaidally lu that 0r,.ii:dic!iic;"
within the pint few ytuuv, as tlicre has In
Xho uris. To such perfection have I buy
brouirht tliU sc emu, that tlie medic im
, rroZtlaii!eondem.c,l 'mul cuneentrat!
' jntq thorethii) or Halta of iho pliuit, wUiijh
', iXn'.y txtic, from it, and lea ye tli Inert ir
r .woody mittter Theol.l inodc.i.f 'xtritctJ
niiHlie.inal ureu- rties by boUiurf .llr
, a long Unto In water is found, in must
" eases, to render the medicinal qualities
i .wholly luoj-t, oi uvmu deconilio 'inj; them.
- tiftLiiin rii vruj.taiii.i'. liylk i ii-i-n iim
l.M'r'a ymtia-AltlJi.
d of chemical vcm talilo extrwts,
rroju rbrnts. Krowinit in our own
compose
mostly from
t pguntiy f mint of the e plaulnhnvea diriti t
C,llOU MU V" "vcr. imirn TISlll III.' sr iVu
oilier on tU kidiiuya, ami others upon tiie
Rowels mill lungs. H is l a puciutar
, eliemicaj coiiibliuitlon of nil tiio uctracts
.(Iwt UmhW l-ill 'V" I'W'li'i iwvsNPHKlna' the
most extraordinary etlli
ai'y
lor c
..I...
hbovo-eaincd rtlHcmwin.
' " '
No lady hhouhl be without Dit
- "'Tow.VMTY'iS Ikhin Tool II A( III! AmuiY.vk
in her family. If she bus rbildreii that
th., f.uilhiudie It Will cure them. 1 1' :m'
1 of the fuuiilv hvo 'iirvy on the irunm (t
will enn) It.'' If Komo ofthecoufLis hvo
., llle;wutgiun, mi icia.igi neir u.iiiin verv
; ,vicnder tho gum red and of a buwitillul
i
1
tTIilM)AFLYEMPIRE:
February 3, 1866.
" 1"u"
Local Matters.
-Bettiecti the corner of Fifth ami
mii WllUuiiua aiwk vyalcr, a ladies
r .. li 1.
J.IIUIUW JISIU
I'll I. T-.'.U
lcnc li. '" nil" mm u.
- -
1'KMrHHANCK I-KITI The
licv. I).
Sleek will address the people on tho sub-
iiporiuiuo
to-morrow (Sabbath) after
noon, at
thin.' iK loci;
nYlnrl;. A I'onliiil invitation Is ex-
. 1,. 1 .11
Wi; noticed quite a liberal supply of
lilluils. f iftlblfl hint Ot hl'T "neclinen of wild
... ,-,, ,',,'; ,,;.;'r,,t,;,, k ' tho
vniiiler.s of thei! luxuries arc perbups not
ft ii re of the fact that-Ui jjanie law pro
hibits their nale after the first of February,
lindur, K'.YCrc )eij!llllef. If any. of the of
fender boulri be .obliKud to pay, a !3no of
2i",' which' thr ,laV renlre., lt would ma-j
tijilallydiinluisiieilthe prolltsof tlieirsalcs.
r " k
Hive this word of enntion gratis.
A Dayiox T.ahy S imi.i:i out ok t'ib.
--. ijpei'ial to theClneinnati ICiKjuirer. from
(Hik11Ko, lfi UiijXoltiiM-tiitf pnilMtlri of
alniost shanii fiil piece of vUlniny- porpiw
tratcd th"ie on Tliur ulay :
A widow lady named Mrs. lli nrietla
Walts, who fiiine'i'ly redded near Dajtnn,
Ohio, iiceoiupanied by her t o ehililn n, ar
rived In this city by the ten o'clock train,
ii'vpr the M K-lfijrnn 'unt lu rit IJallroad.' J nut
atler lcavini; Tidedo, t he -ears uelne; very
much' erowileri. the seat, by dier aide v as
taken i.yiiiiinHiP'iiom.m.r nia i. no ny
I:iv int conslilernHle'iitteitili'it 'tit the eliil-1
!licn..;Tltracte. hef ilt.pirt.kiii.- t t I
He nvertailieil slut tv;ts in ftoaft-h of a
iltuatjenas IrOit-n'kPi'tH'K aiiimy ir.tt ' rep-
rcsijntatiotis tliat he wam a iri.nvur and the
.. it. Uii-.r it i'in 111 Y ic.'i.iislii.. .'inil flip
fut hi r'of m n 'children. It uiupli.Kvd her to
take cliiirxe of his liou.si hold, w hieh was
in and on coni'uie; here they
retlHtlif fo her-room he toll her if.hhc luul.,
a by, tnoihy sh" bud better leave it in the ,
ftttu , L'nsuspi-ttUiiir, fill! 'jfive Mm all
llaih witl whicb tho villutuMLluuy'IiiK 1
thfl'Tl'ldpW JKlitdless. i r... . . n: J
! Au.riMri .,v)HD oTU'-
inns "W ard -now Icett.rli.n in th South. '
i., r.?1.'i .....,! M ilVii in' .m rtm
A r1tohlb ; j'liper, T..ferriii(jr to his ,
y." vliPthoutniunJimtof Uie !
loth nit.:,
lecture, sav
crowd .aWhiJ the immense-
niiiouiitofsllvei-ware possessed by lti lrinuu
I'Youtijf. Arti'inus declared that probably
mi uu:ui ii. .Um.v.orld .kul oO much of it,
,
Smx Miiii'iirsii On. I he .New lork
'ViTiiiiuaiikiaiaio. Ipsup' still. InaUts that
'John llrown's soul Is inarehiiiK Tin !" v
We,l,inkso.tooand this Is the way it
marches-: John llfoWTt;1n the body corpo-
rate, inarched on tliroujrh Kansas and else -
where, trteitlln?; bOC arwj vtie( firpia-rty.
Me marched to Virginia to steal niers and
broal laws till at but he marched into elor-
utty by it' iii.iVe.runt "?), "VV1"' itiort,.'w
Jndpe Ids b1t! Is mnj'chliiff on-l itmaivhnd
Ihrmigli the. army, sUulmx all It .cytjid
reach. Tt inah -lieii ttitoujrjt eustom-housist,
post-Ofllc-s, rnllpetor'ti tmrraiiH. leKislature'si
and I'stiiKi'iiiM,. iloiiliiiiC ..bj" the gross,' Tl
away fronythe, WhltP llotise lately .
with ninety l.n-a boes in cliaijfe. mid left,
thei lfrtsiilul.' Manloa . fttltijetl. It has
marched With It-" inorbil eouuli'Mrtl Bu
II i tiler from iet Oilcuu U 1w;i;!!,.,'ftdJ
all the Depai liuenls at Vaslilii;;-i
ton, anil it is .iJ Jfiiiltyr pnipo;cd to kec)J
this essence of abolitionism on the mim l
until the white man, in all his political ami, '
pnelftf hhti, U tfctipplaBttjil fy the riegmj i
That Is the projjraininc. and il is In a lair 1
WijV of bcinvf carried out, unices the dcvi
KbPltld H,l1,IAl.lKt -mt ! Ultt,lm :.)!
o d "Onttwotnluu: vitt.
- . ;
)
.
3
AMUSEMENTS.
w' i""rnf" "
could be. expected of her. She Is eertalnl)' j
tl(, ,o,l vncvj'ul and rcsyMjcUble reprcscrr
ll'ittuuiieiill part we nave sec,,,,,,
the rjliudcullajiil. . beini; her la-t
rhnlrwlll net be fottii.l vacant, however,
for next week we a Co to have the Rlftcil ae
, ,! lluil,,i.ss Miss Matilda Heron.'
' UU)luvt'l,Mli l';r m
Miillelcut raid l.i Ml the. liou.e from ''pit
doipK,'' and lUn iiiaiiajrers deserve ;'icrL
(lt vll.m(wbilJt Uiit:viuitt,i In uH
these . . n- ,, ,,,
I"? rieli a (real. Mi-t Heron will
make her i' but fcUMi"i'lay eveulu; next,
Tim OriaiA-llorHK. Tho largest audit
eiiccof the wek graced the auditorium of.
theOrim-.t-llwUHO last evou Bit .to w ltnes 1
tbe entcrtalnincnt for the benefit of Misi
K,tv ,,.,,,, The 'French Spy" wna
foi-inai.y, a day. She was well supported
liy !Vjiafi(Tlii,iea'nJ'' p.nV1 ind-tlfiydeu ;
a irept;iy.uu,'d t.U .icin yoiii. ii.siiiH)
even a Vjir$rcPaiiiUonV V i -.t -i V. J
llor1thpVrp-n:nSAi'if tVn.ii tlin Umul-fut-nnihiuij
was (fond, and the piece was (oticr
aliy ohiimi: il fuiLU....
To-nl'lit she appears as uii'i 7nefc
up
IVe pcftrsnee
during this swiu.ii.liii l.U
t.hn.11 wiujt. but VC shfdl lul.-sa hef." The
in (Vihi,7,:, her own, nrijinvl part, She
,.aV K T Vi translation from I he French
. V, 1, L, , . . . ,
'if ntirtijnH.V irnd never til .Hnrw tic
elite and fashlo.i able to villne s the fate o
4 fa. 4,;,, . . .Jf'tVIJl''! il T'l
li;: 111. 1. IIai.u. .iivcn's Mocktuif Hbd
.tmuvW w ntVWH''U
,,., ,-rM.,y vv,.:
tii"jl:tyi4.pfjvJ.'l liccicl
next, in tlieir
iniiniUble concerts. J.ct this fai t be kpt
In mind. ' ;
l!i nil siiiMi. We had the pleasure, on
last lu'eeiujC, ofSnmiihr-'rlie Jolly, gojd
humored coincdian, Harry Davlcs. He had
just arrived fi'Utt!tf)t lir-lm i-ftii;l
and comes to do the funny nt tlie Op'iits
Uug ,,, place ,,f M r. Coles, ftl
w ol tn.il.c his 1.
I VTUIIIIlM UVAN
-.j i 41... a ir .1 .1 .1 .ii .1... '
.lill(rt vii
tlKTMl
I.KCT17HK.
ftienexl lw.turfli 6f Iho 'Uouruft ttrifltfrtllB
iwplr of tho fyuAern Congrega
tion of this city wlil be delivered by
THOMAS Or btlVli, liSQ.,.
i' "Jk ' s
.,LTX3(l,HiHAI.L, u Ti,i .i
IK" .i
TliuiHclay Kvoiilny !. ti, J8!.
piTtijKCT : 'Tho nistrtry mid Chai-aiThp-'
tics of IlltMranco.,,
l ards of Admission. 25 ceuUj Family
tickeWft. To b had of .
) . i Wii. Wai.kkr, .
' ' , A. OKIOEIt, - - S
" - t , WtJI. till.I.ESl'IK. '
i'vtU-ltw&dtt i " T.ecturo Committee.
t," l'erjiel uati! UU mehiory. T.at j;e nmj arp
not expected from any ohp the object bt
icipiieseed ill)f lo ma!ic lhl Aiiulicil a ,Kipnlar trlb-
nl" '""n 1" n s "f thft V'
J'le-" Any, monoy neitt to Dr. n. Tfcvltt,
('olumbus, Ohio, w!H be proiprly nckiiowl
hp t'difed and appliod.
,. " .
Tub Mfhaiiy Monument. Aour readers
ar already kpprlwid. It Is proposed to eivet
a i Monument to the memory of thn late
Samuel Medary., This Js, Intended as a
trihntiv by the DiMiKH'racy of Ohio, o oiu'
of the1r'n()tilcijt' tlmiuplo. A tnetettnK yf
tHe friumbj.qf the measure, was held at Co
liiurlms tmtht STtli'of January. 4iiidiu as
FOclaliiiii oririmied, of which lbui. A. fi.
TIniri,mi Is l'rusidont ; Mr.WUIinm Tn-vltt,
TreaHUinr, aikI.IV. S. V. r,roiltls Pecr
trVi- At thin tncetlna It wu i . -
I J!,'olreti: ThatsubsCrljitloustotlip Moim
Mcnt be forwarded ty Dr., Trevitt, the
Treasurer, and Mint lie atnonVnts. w ith the
names of thp rioimm. b. piihlislie I, from
time to time. In the Oemocratic papers of
(joluinhns. Ohio, Uio. dotal amount licinir
ciiiiieil forward from owe pulilieutioii to
linnther. ' . . - i ,
i idWwl, That the frtend : of the Monu
ipent in tlie, several com itlos of t lie Htatc.
and elhcwhere. be nd they are. hereby re
'Hjipi tt'nlly reipiesti-d toinieresti themselves
in tne matter, una forward the suusorlii-
tions from their jiwpixitivo loealltie.
, v-p 1;1V(J ,10 doubt that the mnnr friend.
' , , ,. '
f the laU (Jovernw Mednry lit this county
i 111' be glad to riiibi'iicc t!ie . oppcirtuulty
tiins oil'ered of coutiibiittn;; sometlilnjt to
ward t.ue erecti'Ui of unuitablu Moiiiiuiniit
. I.irTi.K , Miami Baiuhmi).-A election
c '"'r "t 'hP MIp Miami Railroad
fJoiiijauy was held iu Clneiniiall on the
M "."t ' Ui fojluwlti" freutleman wet
''!"?''iV f ; J '"
(:JCW'
.rosw-i.li V. ItutleT. Aliihoiisn TstV, Charle.
,n. Ktlour, Abram Hlrllnjy, .John' llaeoti,
.loseph ToiriMK'M, tai.'Anilci-.im. , ,
TliP followlu"; jrentleineu were subse-
rjneiitly uliji'ted otlieerit tor tlie ensuing
ycar.s
L'rosldoitt V". H. Clenioiit;Siii)erlntetid
jntr-K. W. Wood wind; Auditor -D. . A
li-W
' . . t '" ;'C
i
Cd which fJovOrnor 'ox is rivsiiient. The
tttluuibua Jouruul aaya that the Exerulivf
rolnmlttee of the' Association met In the
CoveinnrVl Itomn In the't'tipltol. Wedncs
muivllR day evening, 'iovein,ir(v,K, Auditor ()od-i
man, Surgeon MclJurinntt, Inrsrtii, IX'shler, .
.CMmore, CogseohiiH. I yer and .lanney were,
Yiroseiil, c.oinprjlii)t the whulu lioard.' The,'
Tiilo restricting j(itbtKir.iltqns to the Mon
thinti";h iu!ll.tUtiU.I vl11r. tva atrlckvu put.
ynd the people are Invited t contribute
any amount they feol able. It U the pur-i
pose of the Committee to push the cOllec-i
jions, and have the nioinimi iil erected at)
an oarly day." ' ' ' " " ''
'
Moni'mrnt' 'to ,,QjIO oi '.!ikhh. It has
'been deteriiiincil o erect a nioniiment to
joomiuHniorntu thn liamea 'and the Uuuds pf
the gallant met) rtf Ohio -whit fell In the late
jvfar. An orgaulzalloii. has been perfected.
ittyluj thu "Ohio Mo'iiument AsiwIalliLi,"
" n-"i.-n.ii,i.i. - irms
guly,?' otuthej-.s adnjittjtj
,., ,.,. of n0 uf(.0nL Vlt,
thei, ticket. ea be .yd.-
INTH1:STIN(1 TO JtAIt KOAf. TA VKI,Ka.-I
i'ri.,.,,.. . . , ,i k. , i
Jhts tollowiuj; 'rules of the road, a'e bused
.it i a-Li.. . ' i.
,-IUJf 1
ipo legal decisions, 'made at yft.r'nnvttme.s,
ud uitt. tyrovu. uf iiileit.. Tha
Couits have decidei( that appUeauts for
tickets' on railroads can he ejected from the
ears If they do not offer the exact amount
of tbs'r fa ra. Cpnditr.tor are qot bound to
make change. All railroad tickets are i;nod
Ihr ' fills day
il! Of ei pillhi t-
..senders jijiti
nil fro, a 4 lit
cur union they purchase A fieeoud otitf
Pnsscnjfers are bound to- nlmirvn itoNiin
lu tlio cttrs, and are uUImoi) lo t utuply
w ith all reasonable demands to show their
flefceK' tnindlit! hn' thpVd'm' r i.Hf
crwlsp ylolailux The rules of thepoinpaiiy
rendera a pprstni liable tu be put from Hue
train., Jv . ja rou'i hu a I'ldit lo tjonp;o
li.e more seats than he has puW Ihr j and
nny arctela'tl'ln tho Mat whlh' the itwnur
f temportrlly absont, entitles him to his
neat on his return. ' ,
t.in m. m
""TfotrniT PayTatm iwllAMir.To Co,
Tlie llm i.tari 1 ol of Tl 1 uj iilay , suy :
J it the County Trpiisurcr's oitlcit 11m
epenibj of envil"lc. of Vrhle.1i there icn
st vcral bushels, containing ifiwiihneks, tor
pa.vtuwiit siftea. Una J 1 1 .-. t gut throu'.;lti
uith tile nliioillit . counted 1111, iVu'liuif f
ftl.ain.iXKl Wine nearly twice (he sum that
waa iiald In over tlto conutor, ;
J
TlROt.Ku' lliit'SK. 'Ihe
i-'oi.in foriuei'V
in'4t by Julia Culliauur, and knou 11 11 the
MrdwitU' Kxvhaufc, wan lalen charge
hv the subscriber Wednesday luoriilnu:.
.I.iiiuai y 31, IStiG. Tlie aa'uou lia lS'ii
thoroughly refitted, and It Is the Intent ion
of the illldcivtg led to iwtka it hrst-cl.inS ill
evur renpuutt -.
It. SiM-K. ; i
J. Ci. FtAitiUV
fchl-lwd
T.oaT. t MiHiilay last, hem ecu Knonml
:,iiii 1 1 r 1 mi reels, o 1 1 11 1011. a iiockct nook.
. m., . ' , . . . . ... . ... 1 ... .. . ,.
contal..tngI.VIr)inoeev. andone nine ..f
i.M.el.foi .nl. Alib.ral icitaul' it in! be"
Klv.eu'ttrlUe'fltider, t leaving It at flto Km-
naaymoat '
tebtVUtd.
.
Jits iixiii Katiatais)
U.aliut. j
WIT AND WISDOM.
The Negro Jubilee—"What's de
Tickets.
"1 h ilk aiut ivnVIr' TTri'H 'ntirt Khliml
KhiiiIm.'a tfliii-y new buuliikl
1,'iWAs w hue uctii 1 V..11 ilnn't know
llowi in .s. rlj.Jil U:lt ii ho,
'Ynw. ySrt-, j-'uvl Yaw. TAti. yawl' '
1U hllpliiin ij;iy I iilicr sii'iv. J
: ii
.1 t
Whar'n rte tlrltiXii Fetch fira rtratrht, -I
v He itr!vl l nti.fi Intu . i
-1 I vnti-i nltonil sroti-s viirlit-. ,
I's no ik-liei'HIIIII't. wbltu , . "'
Mm, miii hrii.hiHr -cipiiil liorn
lie MskerK inniinc (In a tiornl) ' ' 's
tic jilnrj oij.it rii.iii litiyt .
Jlenilli J ,., fi,,i.i .fjl,lli "'" " '
1 h kinky, inlnky, ihivjr oh r , : , '
l'iim uiit't ( lull 1110 no.'
Tlieie Is ft (Trent deal of theology in tho
idea of the lit!,- trlrl who ivIshcTHiat. .he
could be good withouL obeying her grand-
mother. She aiiid If. 'u msv eiioiorh
rend po,,d Wks a I Vo ,Zi hSi ? wSS
prelty hard to ,. graiidlnothe. ;::
jou nave plenly of weal In vonr itlaep,1lu
srtld an IlllU'iat butcher to the miner.
who wits MtiindiiiK in tho yard with A lot of:
calves. 1 cs, and wihi too. said the pour
man, Ililsuiulei-HtRiidiiig hln cieaiitiip.t'navt
Ing lost his wife and one child the. day bet
fori,-"' - -..'-,. ... ....
ysV"""i. - s r-.' C,'.. .
I ""i can't ibnty: thai, we, Jiav-o, liuisterPfl
eenuvf thn finest, anuiei ever seen on this
g1uldliiu.jlittiA' jiud XI in rebul (Jeneral
Made lliimplon to lwiilputricli, during the
negotlat im of .lolmson am tender to Sher
loau. "Yes," ipiiellvee)licd the dashing
cBva1rymnn;"yoH tnimttriMt 'em and wopep
iru 'em'" , . . ; ,
V liv U 11 utock gamUer'Ukf a railroad
thiiR? Dceaii' bo may be expected to
slnajll tiii nt any moment. t
"!'! d sge Is coiniii'' upon me rnpldlv," s
IJie ftrciimnihl when he WRHtflaliiig apples:
u .nil nil oiu man a garden, anil naw the
iwner coming, cowhide In hand.' ' ' i
I Wlnt Utile i1imr(rtiep bctrteerr a mos
quito uur.Hinl u bar-vooin? One Is closed
tightly to keep suckers out. the nthur la
lcpi.nj.icti to draw suckers in. . .
j I feel thick, t aid a flif by, lisping damsel,
to h -r liinillunl, after eating 11 hearty dinner.
) es,'sald he. von look quite fat. after the
fne.j. Oh tlilr you mitlitakc 1 timid 1 fool
tliiJit iIih- xioiniiiJu. Yea. aaiil hu, X uu
flcr'tanil. thick nnuiiiii the wab-l. Shciirose
and tied in disgnst, :' - .
' A irl who had become tired of single.
ili'xeduesa turns wrol e to her inteudvil Ims-J
(land: "Dear Hill, come rite oil' if you're
roiiihY (it ajl., lyl.waiil JCulilermun is Insist
In' that I sliiill have him, and he hug and
kiMta iiiej ao oiHitinuiilly Unit, I Jn hold
nut much loiitw.''v . .. . 1
'Hy dear ''Polly, 1 Am aurprlami at jronr
tas;,c In wearing nnntlier woman's hair on
yoiif liuad. '.ij.J Miv SinltU to lijs wife.
ilf,iivr.ld I am nqtihlly astonished that
yoi.iHiiist liiw-nariitgiiiiotherslioop's wogl
on your bark."
! lfiti.t'iiiil i'u i'i"r ia Jltls Ot K Tint fira?
What Is the matter with you, you gcraw-ney-
lillle wretch, ' said a vixen of a
wit'.; to heritor heu-pecked husband as he
rani'' lu at the K iln with a (icraU lletl and
bloody faeec. " V hy, w hy, said the (toor
rocviiireuiiiiiug iri)iu ncan 10 tool. 1, 1 jusi
NilM'9 to put a man out of the ears. Yon
did, ha: she fairly screamed, why any kind
of a limit could burl you head foremost
through the panncls of the window. s
Jfttso, said the .Jin If wreteli. thitf, latlte
way 1 went; I found i had to go. an. aa the
man pltrlH'il. 1 f prang Willi it. thinking the
fnater ii went .througu- the : Inea I'd' bo
scratched. 'I'll ,vic.u Iu4,bim Into the
bonne, by th't uo-nj. , ,, ,,, , , . .
' "How
tow iio'odfllkp tW' vhiiractcr of st
I ii-kerl It person of his hmdlndr one
r.iui
dav during a. cniiVTi-s'irlon alioiit. the old
Saints tuul.tlje apiHlJiis. ."All r die ViHh a
gooil, eevi r old null, 1 know, for be once
said, you know'., thaf wa uiiu-t ' eat what Is
set In li mi us. mill i.sU no qiieslioos for fon
seleiii'e's sake. I always thoitgtit I should
like li'ii for a lwardi.fO' (
rnovi;n lou Mt.cn. A sfoiv Is related
of u Jii.l,;eol one of the New York Courts,
.vihu.u uol icw-ivlvUli; (ne Lliv vxccllcucc of
bis morals, or the corrcetucsi of his de
portment, lie was trying a case, not long
iinie, iu which fcuil had been broughl
against a woman for keeping a house of ill
repute, and one of the wltuessc. a habitue
of 1 lie place, vi as asked w hat lie. bad seen
In theeiitaulishiuouu- The wilue) declined
to answer. The Judge Insisted, and finally
threatened the man with incarceration uiii
It .is be uuiile lumwdlate rcspoiiso. .
'oWoli, 1f i must, I nniKt," aalil the wit-'iu-tM.r
'-'Tut: latrdiuitu 1 tvus.thciv, ltx'Uivui
bpr 'disfhieHy Hiat. the Court urtut tlmri)
also, and very iliunl,. and the- proiil'iclrcsa
of the cohceru was bnR'.ly; pngaed In put
ting him out.'V , 1 . 1 ;; . ,;'. J
"inlopl Uip!" cried lltu Judge, at tills
s'ligo of thu procotsliuKd. " e wish to
hi'nr nothing more from Unit most unti iifit-
witrrny wpupss." 1
Clothing.
J. K. WH.IMOHk. ft, . il, II. Uilsi.
h ' MnnnftH'hirrTii utifl lf.i-gv . i , ,,
iiOOTS, HATS, CAPS,
t; O T HING!
tttlj FIFTH Hl'iUIKT.'tOKlXlOX,)
nt vi-osi, onitf.
I HEY KKlli A f OSTAyr M'lTtY
Piooo Ooodt I
Wil'l li wm mi in ii.ii mi TO IIUUs'l 114 kj
fchurliiMl llutlix! uutl lit ttiu .Muat ,
1U2.VSON AML1S lC-iTi:s.
1" FITS", WARRANTED IN ALL CASES
1 Htv ahm n ftltl Mirtnii'ii'i of
rUlliUS, COI.I.AUS. C1..VVATS.
JlOISKitY. TIKS. Si-
" wa1a Kir'ii Tl
TiyoemV-r W. n-c.waiit
rcKNui:,
IlKAIKCS IN
c 1. o rr 1 1 1 jsr, : !
-.M ,
Hootfl etJ iSllocHI,
Mi ll.iltli STKJ.KT, HAV'fli.S. nHfi,
, .,' v .'. .' !'
s, , v ,',,,,,,!,, i,n.!ir ,
i 11AV1NU AS-
liii.iiii'sM .Mr. I'vnv
I'lirm r, lie lien 1I1111 ic 111.1, jnciiirc.l 1.1 AD,,.n.
Ili.iil.lt.' thcil' ci.nl.iii'l wnh "dl , rlli'taiil'i.-ill-
Uuiimii -I wtAi'iiiK Mi'i'rfl' i.l' die luU.sl klvli- .umI
.--l uuutil. . '1 l.l'SC 11 Lu l .ml
.AlUTS. . , '..' I'AXT-t.' ' vKsl-S'"11
II WDh Fltf 'II I KKK, (iMV KH.
lit M I I M. SSI 11 1 I's. . . Skl.lt'l'Klf.si.
AO.
- - .
, wi" dn f1'" ,""'. "" I
--. a "'-
XSoyta , OlOt Wl
aVsnsSMtwl' wAUKKlt AVUKKkst.
'
. i.l .t'l A? I llli.. si .1 It.
III. tl. it Jhj
BY TELEGRAPH.
From Columbus.
[Special Dispatch to Cincinnati Enquirer.]
COLUMBUS, February 2.
i was 110 legislation to-day ly
House. No quorum In the Senate -hard to
ger, ami still tinnier to retain one. Both
Houses adjourned , mull threo o'clock on
Tuesday.
Th temporary aptiroprlatlnn Idll ,wa
not piiasotl. - The j Auditor of State KfjlKd
thomenrbcrs ftrdem fir ttjolr pay Jr
yriatiou exhaiistiMl great siill'crliig.'
Free railroad passes imablcd the tnenibeni
to go hoiiieLaudloids lire generally willing
t0.,.r".rtJhV) return.; - ,
JZTV. TTxtlfVV
tore lil not pass a bill to allow State of-
& e "TP l M1?K
fcM;.W Mern
nave uiosllr gone home.- I
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, February 2.
' The pressure upon tlie radical In rerd
to tlnl'reJuiii'a Uurnau bill waa so atriug
as th Compel them to mstpone' the vote
upon 11 In the House until Monday, to al
low Kentucky to be heard. This was sc.
4'0iniillshtil tiv direct imrsoual annealatn
nr. 1 onax. anil 10 air. haunt, 1 iinlnnan of
toe t oinmiTiPe on r reeomen. J ne Dill will
Iw thoroughly, ventilated hy Mr, Marshall,
of Illinois, and Mttrs. Koiuseau, Kltter
unci Shanklln, of Kentucky.
, Mr. llrooks adinlnUUird a scathing re
buke to the radicals to-day, and achieved
ar signal iyirtorj- In eoilinclling thorn to
withdraw a motion to reconsider a resolu
tion toliitvta hi toHtinmiiy In his contested
cjentlon ease printed. '
I In th'pSennte. two Senators, besides Mr
Cowan, voted with the conservatives against
thesocond of Mr. Trumbull's negro bills;
tliev worelleesra.KorUin.and Van Winkle.
1 The I'ppslihmt bear Stevens' attack mll
Inirlv. lie thrcntensan earlvand thnroiieh
onslaught on officials bearing executive ap-
yoiiiiuiciiis. ..... , ,
i The unintentional insertion of a word
Only lu the abstract of the bill regulating
the clecjjv? J'mnehiae In; the I Hstriot of Co
liimhia. rcKirtcd bv Senator Anthony, was
a material error.' the bill grant tho right
of suffrage to all such persona as were
entit led to unto hi IMm. mid to all others
who may reside here one year prior to any
election, and who are qualilled. It makes
no distinction of color.
1 l'apers relative to the organization of an
imperial Mexican express company to this
Country, under the , authority of' the so-
called Kmpcror. Maximilian, wore trans
mit .ted to the House to-dav by tlie Presi
dent. On October 21). lHtifi. Sennr Koine rn
called the attention Of the Secretary of
State tir this -exorcise of authority by an
adventurer Palled Don Fernando Maximil
ian, ol linpsuurg.
. Under iliitAt of November 1, Mr. Reward
eayai .vt heiiauvh lUiiinti, or cltlroiis of the
United State acting with thciu, sludl ln
Iriiigo In any way lite Uw or treatiea of tlie
Unlual Stau s, or the law of nations afl'ect
Ing tlie ltepuhlic. then pmpor uuuutunM of
redress will ho promptly taken.
The toltowtnif niPHMiiim. finin the Presi
dent, was received by tlie House to-day :
in mm ,suio una limine or jicjtrttutiititmi:
j Ik'lieving the eoinun-reinl iulerrstti of our
coiintiy' would he' proinotifl bv a fhrt'tial
recqgultiiiitAtkiudop' liilqiieu of the Domin
ican Republic, and while sueli recognition
would be iu c.utirHijouforiuivy with the sct
tlcd policy of the United Stales. 1 have witli
that view, nomlnatitl HI he Senate an oiftU
eef of Mut suioti grade with Uie ous now ao-
orilcil to the Kopublic ol llavlk and 1 ruc-
oiunioinl that an apjiropriaOoii be maiie
tuft lor
ANDREW JOHNSON.
From New York.
NEW YORK, February 2.
A weekly pii r slates, a if by authority,
that it. feels waranriit in saying to tlie pub
He, that the revelations of l'u,st Tuesday w ill
justify us iu iinniitineiiig now that the tioy-
ernnieiit lius itecldcil that Jetfcrsoii Davis
shall he tried for I reason and other high
crimes, before a military eoiiniiisninii.
the sigiiilicaul tniiuu'tons U Wiishlngtoii
hPi-efore of iuh dLstinguishiil geiicru.s as
Sherman, Shei hlau and Meade, and the re
cent arrival also of ilarton Harris, who was
tha fulliaate tseoretary of Davla during the
rebellion, may now bo iiinlcrstood.
At a recent' meeting of the Northern Pa
eilic Kailroad, held 111 Itostou. It was an.
nonuilMd una vlan of the cOiilaiiy. (A outer
upon 1 nt! ininiciiiaic constim tmu of seven
huudrcil miles of the road, connecting the
Winers 01 i.aue MtH.'rioi! Willi the naviga
blo waters of the Columbia lilver. Tho
work is to bo conildcted in three years.
Fenian Excitement in Canada.
[Special to the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
PORT HURON, MICH, Feb. 2.
of Cniiadinii Fenian
Brotherhood to tho American Fenians has
just been received, dalisi yesterday, de
claring their coiilldcucti in O'MaUoiiT.
They dpiiounee the proKisiiiou to luvinle
( aiiada, and pledge the uisclvcs lo loin their
American brclhren for the llheratiou of
Ireland.
There is intense excitement lu nl Upier
Canada, through fear of u raid from the
Fenians, 'i ron 1 is uni uuih aruu. Kuiriiiea
are tired up tu run oil' thu rolling stock of
iiii 1 wiiti n 11,001 llic iionucr MilllUf at tuv
11 rat iiotijtu autrta. r ' ;
From Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 2.
I'miou mrt
thuCoiiiiuis.'tary and QuitrU'riuaster'a ware-
Iimue at J (11L itiley was Imruisl united
nrday. The loss Is netimateil at 0110 mil
lion indlai s'. Nothing w:m saved.
(inat excitement prevail at Caaa Jack
son, I.iilnvetie tumty, Missouri, on ac
count of tlie thraatcuod organization of the
old liilslirt inkers to uttcuipl U rtweue some
of their number now In jail,
Fire at New Haven.
NEW HAVEN, CONN., February 2.
The large bolt factory of theSerow Manu
facturing timiuny, ui 1'lMlils.vilic, was de
al roved l)' the this evening. Tile lire timde
a rabid and nhaiu awitsit. A larira numlier
of K psvin am, hy this dlsaptep. tliruwa nut
of MapAoyuiciit. iSo further
kwv Uiuu lecuived.
particlara
Fire at Ottawa, Illinois.
OTTAWA, ILL., February 2.
Eloveu stores anil sevi rul etherbiilhfiitjs.
""''''"
ttcie d-islrojod Ivy lire 1 1 n -
Uii 1. ,l.i. - lie bias lahuats anal tuonlic 11 -
Mired," " '
Swindler Arrested.
ST. LOUIS. February 2.
Tii i., ui-'i uli.i l.i, .,, ,,
' eiH 1:.
g-i-i"! m tiiii.'ii- "i.i..i..j , .1, t, , in
(lifl-TClIt p U fa of tlUJ UUUa4" W S Ml lIMlajd
iscrc to-day
1
Monetary and Commercial.
thaCliiritnaaM Jtcwarihlaaornln(ooatot ,
Ui4 (hllowmg. 1 : , I j I . , J'
Ttwiw wern Urtlini rumom on Ttilrd iitreel foi
teetity rumor of rhsrscUir In aNlound th isost
Inorwlnloiis of the ikiiilsens of that ulrtnlti . It
wat oueil. ami Ii; hhh Ih IIkviiI. that a (if ml.
neat hiihinrKii msn. a hAiihereTHt rmlirrnnt a snt,
luul luihtrnly illiuari from the scenua wi kit ,
U"rnlnin. I
'
New York Money Market.
ttttr TOBlt. ruhnmrv l-Unnat la rlli a .. 1
tr&A ptirneni. for call lownt. fuerlinir u Uuii tad f,M
msiiinai at untiiaiinau. ilolrt I. arm oneniri mt .
Kitti dwllulog to liV and closing st ltln,.
Cincinnati Markets.
CINCINNATI, February 2.
nnit ,lua M,.,b
Siqierltue Ik in rlsmuntl at fiieVI HO; extra iti AJtAMi' ild
"""Dl '10l nrt faJiejr at tlO avl. '
tRAIN Wheat U th'tity snil tn rh-msnrl ,lt i '
I lOfer (irlnicold ral. and ftl sunn w ft MoTi i!f
noW. lorn In Ifirsss fnlmlv. htift tha . l . r
(fooil attM. fbrliio. labelled, ihtto are In Latter 'I
n-niand: No 1 are hot.t atW". with biivorn it Sn '
astic. and new at afVaurto, Hve it steady at tt i. h lit
tiHTH KRnca Thero hna been no materlnl rh.tnm '.' I
In tha mirlict Tha ri.m.n.l I. I-.. .1 .... -ic. f
fulr tooholoe Rio (kilTea; ltAi.. f.r Knw m mn "1
i"WlU)4o. Ibr hard rnBnli l't ne iv- f fU a-.211
.1 nii-n 1 iiiun much ni iroa nrfl occrtnlnr.allv
mndeatai!ni4;l,,,tlnkila prices are nominal, )'
iinousf ataac, r
r- .v.. v.. mt. '! H HI. jMinn Bfl la I.l
Shirts and Gents' Furnishing.
Great DuaineBa Chang?! ',
I nBMOVAL
I o TUB
Eagle Clothipg Store, X
H.SCHWART
XhT5 KNTEIIPRISIXG ri.OPun.Tnnr
the well-known Kiinle lolhing Btnw, 11 . lain
ISH..t K.ll..lnl.... .I... 1.
.1. . .' rv v'"e"T "in"", wm rcmoiauB
tho later A ii II, IHim, his place oi tiitaluena ui
1 No. tlH Main Htrt'i-t. No. lift,
Month of his iireacnt locat'on. (the 'liro.xrr )'tor
" ooenpieil h) tlMri. Met ntlro A ).u I,:
. 1 w :. :", ' i"k en 11 n iiini'Hiiii) i ua. r
f'!."."."'!;''11"''" .Uitluug tlouao, tiTund lo none!
In tlie Vi cat. I
Ho ralla theasmicial airrntlnn of h' ni uierou- li
oealomei-a and all those in want ofljajiloaahlc an "
Wfll-maitA c.lothlna
tllAT HE COMMENCKI TO SELL OFF
HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS. A
tTitniiury, 1, JSCfl,
Positively at Cost !
Flrst-Class Frock
OVKIUATS, v.
BUSIN ESS SUITS. ' ;,'
,,, of his ow n aelortion.
TRAVELLING S1HHTS
DRAWE11S, J..-"ofluni.ty.J
A heavy article of c
UNDEKSHIRTs,
ra. - . ... ...a c- '--''
rlolhuiK mi wliH tial w ith umat care, ami Ih-iiu
cjiiiiii.. u I alt M l.l..r(. I... ...... .
laucluiiaU, wiaiaoil ium 10 olitalu hia Virai'i'if'
1 f "''"""""""e ' l"Uiin. niu. h la-l'iv, ihu.
-Mil otothlna; at I
. ,", ,.Klwl,y uj lnllr inu.r,. 1 1 1,1, j
iililllie lur thrioaa-lvi' hemre the. UrKcat hi lk 1
hit tUM-k W II hewolit. aa h wiaaua h. axil ... t i
unUro stock oeluio llni 1st ut April T Wat '
FIND TUP, PLACE I !
108 JTJ.V SllUli r.
AU.10 am, a.uplru OJioe.
VUiiPSl sua. IOtW.
Shirts and Gents' Furnishing. Hats and Furs.
NEW ESTABLISHMENT. '
I'-MMOX t Rl l: ',
Oporn-XT ouso
HAT STOItK.
Krery l)ecrlplloe of WbM nnd t tp(
IjitlifK' and Cliildron'H Furs, K ton,
Xt. A',.
X HR VNDKRSKiN Kn Mr. Ti IV
FOllM the public Ui.t
HE HAS NOW OPENED,
AND W1IJ. KKKP
CONSTANTLY ON HAXD.
atVKHTTlIl.NO: THAT 18
XKH AXO I) Ks Ui.lliL K,
IKTUkABOVKLINK. ,
Ererythinfi in the Market.
that rs
Attractive, Desirable or Naw
WILL UK j
Added from Time to Time; ,
MAKINU IT ONK OP THK
Most Completa EtliBhmeri''
or TIIK tlKH,
IN THU STATU I
Ladles and Children' ;
FINE F U R H !
or TUK
CHOICKST AM) Hirill'N'i.i
QUAX1TIES SOLD IN TUK WiisT,
AT
Lowr than Cinoinnati Piicea. '
I roajic. tfulljr solicit an examination of sior.w 1
K- A HKIIKMAN
dM'l-dlr No at Main street, Haytiiu. D un
A FARM FOR SALE. '
T WILL SELL AT MTBLIC SALE. ON
the lircml.ca to unltia unrlii ut I arliale sL.tirn
trinso nillea uniih-nMl 01 MiainWiara auil miu'
aulas floni i;..riiiuucia n on
Vt'KHNKsl.At. r-KIIUt'AMY taw
My farm rs.iualiiln list a. nw. l-,i,l ha acres un.
dcr piililratinn. llic linUu. a 111 tiu.lwr The larnj
has 011 l a frame da iilliinr a I1.1t and frame ara
smiill apple orchard and Koriuu lu a. h ma.
Hue u.i-.'iniiieoc. at lOoYha-k V f, wh.-uiare
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