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&hbiiitait. DAYTON. OHIO. Monday, - - February 6, 1866. H. II. UOHlftaO., D. i. FITCH .... How New England Is Favored. Tlie IndlantKlli Herald briefly prrnouU nemo triitlit pwpectinff how Tankr-crlom has been and la fcvored, which wmtern people, outside of all partylm., rtiould ran-fully ponder. Sayi the iVraM: To no portion of the country doe the Constittiliou erry uch Immense mid aub rniitlul hciH'llU a to the States of the East. With population (iK-conling to the eimm report of 110) more thnn eren immlrod thousand less than that of New York, thev have twelve Senators In (' groan whilo New York ha two. Of courte they have no natural rljrht to thla extrava gant nnd dWproportloned reprewntatlon. They owe It to a compart to the t'on stiUition which ploeea the amallcat. Sink on n lerel with the greatest on the floor of the Senate. It In respect for the "supreme' law" whluh secures atinuilmlon to that unonnal distribution of power bv the jrreat I onnnonwettlths whose Interest It womd be t overtlirow it and substitute a uiorc just one. ; One would fancy that States which owe so much to the respect which the Consti tution secures from other mcmlters of the I niiui, would be tender of violating it themselves, and anxious to maintain ita s icrcdiiess from the mere selllsh love, of the power which It assures to them. Hut." says the Hurahl again, "It Is not merely In the possession of a dispropor tionately lare share of Miwer that the New Knr;l:iiid Slates liavo the ndvantJijre of the rest of the country. They are enidilcd by the use of it to shift from their own backs to ours the greater part of the burdens ot the government. We could cite r long ar ray of facts to siistuln this assertion, but for the purpose of this article a slnglo one will snlHco. We Hud by tho olllciul re(ioi t of the Sec ret it y of War that the six New England Slaics with a population (by the census of lsm))'of 3.i:S5,fesi, seuttotlie war 374,;!"2 sol-dic'-s, or o in eirry nine; rcnnsylvanla. population 1900.215. sent 3(IG.3'20, or on in tvery invent Such H;j;urc3 Deed no com ment. The explanation of thein can be found in the fact that tho New England States with a population of only about two hundred thousand more than that of rcn nsylvanla, has a representation . In the 1'iiiied States Senate six time ae treat." It Is b's 11 that that lUUe corner of mischief should be legislated Into much sin.'"er political and state dimensions. Let the great West ayitate. A Model Governor. Tho people of Colorado have bcon fur nished with a Governor; and, no doubt, as he is a perfect atranger to that distant com munity and embrln State, the Indianapolis ITerald has gratuitously posted them on his more prominent antecedents. No doubt, the Republican Senate, in confirming his appointment, considered him as "the right man, in the right place": It must be still fresh In the memories of our readers how he bamboozled the Vnited States while a Government otlleer at New York. In lmll, by his purchases of straw li'ilsand linen pants for soldiers his con-; iK i'lion with the purchase of a large quan tity of rejected Sprlnglleld muskets and their shipment to St. Louis, the purchasing of worn out vessels, etc.. and the general cjMise which followed, driving him from his position; but not getting from him. however, some $100,000 which he lnadiun his nefarious transactions, and for winch the Government hud to bleed. Used up in New York, be retraced his steps to Philadelphia, where lie was read out of tho Methodist Church, and kept out for a short time; his dcvoutnesH and hypo crisy, however, regained him his old stand In; soon, when he once more entered the political arena, running for the Legislature, and iH'ing defeated in a Republican Iin-trii-t. Although knowing nothing of mil itary tactics, through the Influence of Simon '.iiiieron, he was appointed to the colonelcy of a regiment, ordered to Arkansas, (where he never went, wo believe.) and shortly afterward became one of tho military sa traps of Philadelphia. Turned out o'fthe Hullrtin newsMipcr by Ids partners, lie Mm jlit redress ut law, but it availed him little, as they were too sharp for him, (and luiil is saying a great deal, when it is known that Ciimuiiiigs Is one of Cameron's iim-t apt pupils), and he was left out in the ' oh!. Itut the man who had taken such a deep Interest In the welfare of the soldiers, denirlng them to wear ttraxo halt and cheap linen pants, must receive an adequate re ward, and we now And hhn turning up in Colorado Territory as its Governor, and oiilirmeil In that position by the United Slaics Senate last Friday! A Fatal Political Quarrel. For some time in Williamson county, Hi- political feeling has been run ning very high. It appears that a number of Ucpobllcans ot the county were banded together to "clean out" Copperheads, and never lost an opportunity to insult Demo crats by calling them '-Traitors," "Copper heads.'' '-Rebels," and all the other epithets ton ml in the billingsgate vocabulary. This state of affairs culminated a few days since in a general fight, which came oft in the village of Sulphcr Springs. Two Republi cs ns and one Democrat were killed and four Republicans and one Democrat were bud'y wounded. The battle Is represented as having been mostdesperate. This thing of '-cleaning out Copperheads" la rapidly becoming obsolete. t'Ot'NTKBKUTKKS SENTENCED. Judge Leavitt, of the United Stales Court at Cin cinnati, on Wednesday morning sentenced Oscur L. Moody and Eugene K. Roberts each to eight years In the Penitentiary for having in possession and passing counter feit United Slates treasury notes. -4 In tho United States Court at Cleveland, o i Wednesday, Martin H. Uolvey and Wil liam Smith were sentenced to the Peultcn ' -rv the former for two and the latter tor -r for altering and passlug altered -elt United States fractional A Fatal Political Quarrel. GLEANINGS FROM THE MAILS. Col. E. H. Crocket, son of Col. -David Crocket, has become connected with Memphis paper In an editorial capacity. ', Miss Velsor, a young lady of twenty-one vearskllvlnir near Princeton. 111., was shot dead, mi the 2nd, by her brother, a child only four years, who was snapping a pistol not supposed to be loaded. At last we hear of one place where hous-rents are lower. In Indianapolis, they have declined to such an extent that hoimM which commanded K)a month while ago, are now offered at 2h. The Litchfield JVeie Is Informed that Mr. M. H. Smith, a jeweler, who had resided ill Greenville, Bond county. III. for a short time, recently eloed with Miss KIM Waito, a very handsome lady, about fourteen years bid, and theouly dauirhlerof a widow lady, who reside In that place. Ex-Oovernor Colby, of New Hampshire, met with A severe accident on Tuesday afternoon at a mill in New IjOiifloft. He accidentally stepped back Intoaeorn-crack-ing mill and caught ono foot. In his eflbrts to extricate It, it was so badly torn that It had to be amputated. Benj. Phlnney. a wealthy farmer In Rock porf Illinois, was recently poisoned to death with strychnine by his fifth wife, pretty girl, whom he married six weeks ao. Eirhatuj. We should say that it was a pretty clear ease of self-defense. Iouisvtlle Journal. Who has lost a leg? Tho Cbleago ZYmes, of the 31st ult, says: There has again, for the fourth time within the past few weeks, been found the limb of a human body lying loose around the streets without an owner. In this cast? tho liiuh was the leg of a man, apparently. Too Rad. We are sovry to learn that 11. F. Taylor who for some time past has liecti distributing clerk in the Cleveland Post Olllco lias ncen arrested for extensive mail robberies and held for trial. Jeremiah Colbaith. aliat Henrv Wilson, Introduced into the Senate at Washington on Monday a bill providing for the estab lishment of a militia bureau In the war de partment, and the appointment of an as sistant adjutant-general In each State, and for the continuance of other olUccs. Four printers were recently robbed in Nashville. Tennessee, tho hsoty amounting in the aggregate to one brass watch, valued at f 1 25, and 2.1 cents in cash. TJie leather and 11 ndlng store of Messrs. Rosentleld A Sable. Louisville, was destroyed by lire on Tuesday night. Loss 20,000. A Fkw Stami-s. A deed of trust was re corded In the Recorder's olllce in this citv. on Saturday lust, which required $10,000 worth of stamps. It was a mortguge from the Indiana Southern Railway to vVm. 11. Swift and Samuel J. Tlhlen for the sum of oea millions dollars. This road M to be built from this city to Jclt'crsonvlUn. and to be in rituuing order by November 1, lHou. Fori Wayne Democrat. . Wuitr Slaves in Tup.kky. The sum paid for white females In Constantinople varies, according to their attractions, fwmi $ 200 to 2.000. The ladv who became the bride of Sultan Abdul MoJUl, at the close af the Kumanza, iu May, 1368, cost U6.000 pl asters. (2,500.) A Mklanciiollt Cikcithstancr. On Wednesday lait a party, consisting Lowellyn Davis. Esi. of Clarkesvllle. N. Y and !' daughter, and Alexander Davis. Esq. of Michigan, and his daughter, wen! driving on tne ice In a car riage, on Cauga Lake, when the horses broke through, and the whole establish ment was submerged. It was some time be fore assistance could be obtained. The la dles were only got out by breaking the top of the carriage. Every means were used but without avail, to restore the two ladies to life. One is recovering, but the other Is dead. Tho latter was the daughter of Ale-;-ander Davis. She had Just graduated f:'om a school In Auburn, and was on a farewell visit to her falendsat Union Swings and vicinity. . . The deficiency in the Knox Conntv Sav ings Bank, at (ialcsbiirg, Illinois, 'which Allied last week. Is understood to be about .V),000. Mr. Urant, the cashier, started to visit his frenils to mako up the deficiency, but has not Binee been heard from. The Dayton Reliiiimu Telnaeupe announ ces to Its patrons t'aat there is duo to 2T,4'27 60 which will never bo paid. This was lost by the credit system, which the managers have now abandoned. ThbNkuuo Tax. Hi Internal revenue collected In the tlrst District of Xhio (Hamilton. County.) for January, was only 7NO.505. Before the war that sum would have paid fur and set free a thousand nig gers! The war debt of the loyal States, not yet audited, will amount to full live hundred millions of dollars. Congress Is to assume this sum and add It to what is already rec onized as the national debt. The County Clerk, Sheriff and Ieputy 9herifT of Pope county, Arkansas, were all assassinated recently. The Clerk, Rev. Mr. Stout, was a member of the Arkansas Free State Convention two years ago, and was snot through the back of the head by some miscreant, who fired through a crack in the wall of his olllce. - A valuablo deposit of diamonds was re cently discovered in Idaho, but the tinder was lost in the Steamer Brother Jonathan be ft i re disclosing the location of the preei oiu treasure. lie had previously sold one of tho diamonds In New York for 91000. Atrocities oh thk West Coast or Avhica. At Brass and New Calabar, oa the litth of November, the natives of New Calabar made a raid on the Brass men, through Calabar creeks, and returned on the 23d November with thirty-seven prlso-i ners. On tho 24th of November a great 'play'' was held in Calabar town, and all the prisoners were killed and eaten. After death the bodies were cut up and divided among the chiefs, according to tho number taken by each war canoe. Tho Miuititiptaa states that W.M. Pick ett's fine plantation on Big Black River, 2,440 acres, fine steam gin, hogs, cattlc,corn, etc, has been sold for $20,000 in gold. Another plantation of 2.S20 acres, near Cal houn Station, with full supply of stock, meat, etc. soia lor win,uw in gold. The operator are Nortliorn speculators. The Edwftrdavlllc, 111. Ittel'lgeneer of last wink uys one of the thickest veins of coal iu the Stute of llliiiol whh struck liwt w'k, on land owned by Mrs. N. A. Priokctt, rloite to the town, near the Alton road, at a depth of ninety foot. ' Htft.l Goino uf. The re.eular monthly sUiU'incnt of the National debt hiu bi-eu iaauud I'rota the Troanury Departiiient. It ahowi an Increase of aevenleen mlliluns In the public, indebtedness Uurlusf the month i) January. Detective Baker. a a A letter fiom Washington, February I, says : . The trial of General Baker has' Iwen eon eluded, lie was found guilty of false Im prisonment, but .not extortion. The trial will probably lie but the tlrst of a series of developments concerning the pardon brok erage business. Thf corruption revealed in the course of the evidence equals that of any case of which the country has any knowledge. rrobably no greater villain ever broko Into a penitentiary or fell from a gallows than this same Bakkh. A letter from Wash ington relates an Incident, which happened to III in the other day. as follows : Baker had become so impudent, ami felt so entirely secure from the reach of all men, save the Secretary of War, that he actually attempted to play the detective iimii the President anil his household, some weeks aro. There Is scurrely a doubt, how ever, that this last SmcIiiic'ii of indecency and wonderful Impudence was encouraged, if not suggested, bv some of the President's "Radical friends." The "( Ircut Detective" made an utter fail ure of his espionage upon the executive mansion, for it was somehow discovered by Mr. Johnson, who sent a messenger to bring Baker liuniediatelv into his iirenence. The detective droped every other considera tion, and repaired withnU haste to the White House, totally at. fault ns to the pur pose of this summons from the President. ills nntllC Ix'ini? announced, the President. directed that he beat, once mlmitted, not withstanding the presence of several gentle men then engaged with Mr. Johnson. The latter most unceremoniously charged Baker with his villainous espionage, and informed him that if he ngain heard of his presence In or prowling about, the White llou.se, or if he iM-rmlttfd any of his cre.it ures to snenk arouud the premises, the -tircat Detective" should himself lodge in some one of the dingy cells in the Old Capitol, where so many had been incarcerated upon the simple order of Baker himself, without warrant, or the semblance of law or justice. The '-Oreat Detective" was amazed at what he heard, and remained speechless while the President scored him. Upon the President's command. "Co sir," Baker has tily moved toward the door; lint before he quite arrived there, Mr. Johnson added : "Hold one moment, sir; I desire that you now go to the Secretary of War and tell hltn every word 1 have said to you ; and (shaking his linger at him) don't you ever let me see you here again." A Kentucky—Rejection of the Constitutional Amendment. The Legislature again refused to ratify the amendment as follows : "Resolved, ly the General Assembly nf tha Commonwealth o f Kentucky. That this 'Gen eral Assembly adheres to the past expres sion of tho Legislature, and now iiiraln re jects tho amendment offered as the thir- tecnfti amendment to the Constitution of tho United States, whereby slavery and in voluntary servitude is sought to" be abol ished in the United States." So vou sec the old adaire Is true ; "Von may lead a horso to water, but you can't make him drink." The people of Ken tucky, through their assembly have given an unmistakable evidence of their opinion about this matter, and we think nothing short of actual force can make them ratify J or Special Notices. . WILMER H. BELVILLE, 7 Attornov n, t Law, . Cur. nam anil Third Mia., Knlranro on Third St-ivt. IMYTON, OHIO. nnrK-dwm PRURI GO LOT I O . THE OREAT REMEDY FOR ITCH ! Jllt rucuivud l.v Aliia Zillir. No. TO Main l,i.i t tlio aliove irruat remedy for iliu euro of Itr.h in all ital'uruK. It rtoea not noil tliu i-lutliiis nnd ran bo mod Willi niifety in all ktndt of wuatliiT anil nn.li r all nlnuiaHtanNM, oa It contains no Mcnairy, it will cure all tonus or lt'-h, UIiik Worm, riuiplui on the fuoii Ac. 11 1 a liquid, freo from ofTViislvo auiell, and the frrojuyiu.iHi.iuoro.itiieiituvoiiloil Price fit) routs. . . J.mlS-tf A Ooutch, Ool.l. or So. Throut, KKq,t!II!K8 IMWIiniATR attkntion, anii HIIOULO UK UIIKCKKn. If allowed Ut continue, Irrltialisn mi tlie Lua(i, a I'erna. Moat lb rant Anectlan. or aa l. eurabla I. ana; Dlaoana M IIF-I'KN THK HKSri.T. BROWN'S BROKCHUL TROCHES Having a lUrcctinfluritceto tliu parts, GIVK IMMKDIATG HK1.1KK. For BrouchltU, 1Uiit.b, (atarrh, Con. stimptlve cad Thr.iitt lilst-tsfs, Troches aro ukoiI with nlwaya (rood mirrcx. HI Mi Kits ANI I'tfHl.li: SfKAKKUH will and 7riA iiaoftd In clmrlng ttio voli when taken before Singing or Siienklnir, and relieying tha throat after an unusual oxerilon of tho vocal organi. Tho 7VooAj aro reconimondod and uro icrilied by Phytclans, and have had testimonials rioin eminent men throughout the country. Doinjj an article of true merit, and having proved their elBcaoy by a test of many years, oath your ttuds them In new locHlltlea Iu various parts of the world, unit tlie Ttocam are universally pronounced Uttltor tniiu other nrlpr.les. , Dlitalu only ' llllnn S'S inn ivclll i. i'iin CHKH," and do not t.il.e any of tho Worihleu Iml tiUiom that may be oa'e'Y.i. Hud everv-whore In th llnit.1 mijiIm, .. ..i vnu elku Countries, at W cent mii box. ocii-niudw laback'a Ulltera, Thara la mstajr at trua ward aaakea jo," saia a geutlcwan to his fiieud who ro. marked that "Vreeatback aara K'ad, but ittsacsi are betttir." "toiiar'a" Hitlers an tUu llallleiT' Fluid. It is satisfactory to know that our Del. I homiltula are no longer unsuppliod with this lile saviug preparation. Soldiers who, as private cltlacns, hail become acquainted with Iu proiiertiea, have in many Instances mad a sHicial roijucst that IIOH TUrrKR'S BTOM AC1I HITTKItH mlgllt be added tu tho medical stures of thulr rcgiweeu, aud their vlslios have not been unheeded. As a means of sustaiutng wounded men on tho baltle-lleld. aud of onalding troops to b.mr fatiguing marches under a niaung sun. unasbeeastreauou.ly roejjoiumi iul.l by distinguished moiiiiwl men, and thu prospect is that it will eveutually su)ie,rceile all the adultera ted tinctures, lliiuon and &ngtma Tunic that have heretofore been couslilered modlciual staples. The faot that a small nuantity of tho Ulttoi-s mixed with water from uuy of the Southern or South, western rivers will prevent flow anecUng the bowels or Ike liver, should lie borne in mind by Army I'hyildiui.. soldiers, and all who have oc. caaiou to visit those Krtlons ot our country. The man who uses ItOHTtCTTKH'S HITTKItH In con. fonnlty with tlie directions, may set at deltance Intermittent lrever and all otlmr diseases genera tud by the aotiou ofan uiiwhulesoiuo atmoiiheru wr" iiwub. ucv-uweins a! 1 Iu tho for his of New Advertisements. CA.ltl-' ETBT O HE WALL A PER3, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS VAN AUSDAL&CO., . Pf. T4 Plain atreei. II AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SKMirtmoiit of thu Nunis.1 Stylus of of all kind FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, TABLE OIL CLOTHS, BEST ENGLISH WIT1TEY BLANKETS Aninrlrau Jllnnkutn, limy Tll.inkvts, CURTAIN DAMASK LACK CURTAINS, . CURTAIN CHINTZES, WINDOW SHADES OP ALT, HINDU; Window II. .linn. In, of all Colors, Window Hhsilo fixtures ami Trlmmln its, till! t'ornlnes, Gill I'nrtiiln Hands, tillt Curtain Tins, HwlM l)niiorr Muslins, Hint lismnsk TuIjIo Linens, Medium iinlity Table Linens, Heat qunhty Irish Hlinilnn I.liicn., rinn iMtiiiaak Towels, Kino lliii'hornark Towels, Napkins, Dojdics, TI 'lies Tulile and risno CoTurs, Carpet Wjiri. nil colors, Carpet Liclng. Inrtfi? atne.k of WALL PAPERS, lpi;ertive PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW PAPERS, FIKE BOARD PRINTS. ( Ol.NTKKi'ANKS, PICTUltli CORD, PICTURE LOOPS. PICTURE NAILS. DKAPEltV CORDS, DRAPERY LOOPS, DRUGOETING CtirjicfH Made and l'nt Down. Window Shades and Cornices put up, and order for oilier w ork executed at short uotico. dei lU tyd LENTZ & APPLEGATE, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Ollliio aa.'i Third ntrcct, North Side DAYTON, OHIO. SMALL KAUAI, 37 ACRES; GOOD brick home anil well Improved, six miles from '... tj.Fitinift i,r ri.'.u. A tavern and gooil grocery stand In Chamliurs burg 5I,(M0. A Itno rcildcnoc In Vellpw Springs, well im I.W.D.I.l 41 UIUI " ' A giHl in it k house, Slot welt Improved, In llur. risl.urn $!.J. A o.x homo and lot, well lmpnivel, on Long street fifm. A farm of llKS acres, welt Improve!, atioutt miles norlh ol Davton, on free lilko; a banraln for tlLlnio A tarin, 8 miles from llnvton, of 170 ucrea, well Impniveil, on KnUin 1'lko: clienp for flT.MJO. A farm of 154 acres, 1 mile east of Union, on the old Troy road, well improved, and the best Quality land $!l X). ' A farm of 11 acres, well improved. 8 mllos sonth- w,w i lyu.uigivn, ,uio, Ulti IK'91 lanu, for f-lo Klav ftu-tory, occupied by Messrs. Davis A Vn., A Ainu of ll ai res, 1 tulle north of llrown's Hta on WiMiern It. It., on Twin Creek, well Im provetl-- tiu.iNNI. A bri. k leiiise, corner of Ilruwn and Ann reel-. fl.iitn. A limi ol Ml acres, on liriK nville U. R -ri10. A brl.'k house on Kifth street. No WTT 4.0U0. A farm of 53 acn. gmnl (itiprnveuicntM. at tlwwn's Htaliim, on Western k.-K.- tt S). A liu ni ot IS iii.n , on (ienuanUiw u I'ike, 8 mllm A num'lier of li.iui-s and lots in ililTerent parts of .n nni hi, Mtni i,iit';iii, fell If LKN'I'Z .4 Ari'LHUATK, It. B. A Di3.';olution of Copartnership. TirE COPARTNERSHIP I1KRETO KKKK existing under the linn iinme'of H'm. Vol brivht .tto. is Ihisilav di, snivel bv mutual ooli s,'iit, Herman San. (incur retiring from tho bunl nes,. Kl'.her parly Is autiriacd to collect the delits due the linn. KM. Vol.ltRKi'llT, II. SAMIIMMKIt. Notice; wm. volbukcht will (Miniinue the liusinesB at the old sLantl, No. 816 Hec. onil, iM'l ween Main and .lerTersoii streeu,, where lie hoHis to iuv43l the same lilsirul patronage hereto lure bestowed uiam the drm. WM. VOLHIIKCIIT. Dnyton, Ohio, Jan, i, MAS. janSl-lw Valuable Property. I1 Oil SALE. ON ET H'0-SToRy HRICK iioiisu anil one r rame House, with out-hiiitilings, staUe, Ac, all in good repair, situate on tho west side if l'iilakl .tix.i t. Dayton, Ohio, x'or fiirthur luturmation imiuine of IJAHI'KK I'tiKI.OKK, Jnn-' Snd No. ia I'ulankl street. Notice, JL ROPOS ALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT theolhceol .lAMKS V. HON AI.DHON, No. IU Main ""'t. until tlui tth day of i'ebruury next, for the 8,0110 PEUClt 1IU1LIIINU 8TONK, Lime for the same, and excavation for the founda tion ol tlie SI. U. Church, enrucrof Fourth anil Lud low streeto. J. K. 1M1NALIISON, Jnn:j lw.l chalnn'n of Uulhiiiig Committee. Liisrisr.ETJs RIIEI WINE. rp L HE SURSCRIIIER WOULD INFORM the publio that he is now manufacturing a vury suirior article of I lie abovu Wine, which has been urunouiicetl liycnmiiotcntjuilgos hi livtho Iwst now the market. It can he oblaiueit at wholesale or mull, ut the Drug BUiro of 1). II. obliuger, Kast fifth Street. Dayton, and also of O. I'ngir, al nut House. Wayne (Street. liu has also a targe supply of LINNAEUS KIIKI PLANTS FOU SALE, -Which can be obtained on aimlicHtion nf ith.. r aliovc-uniuod pliu-es. or of the subscriber on Wayne Utruet, a short distance south of Uie Wal nut House. The abovo Wino Is highly recommended as a niedU'inul stlniuluiit, and U also uxU nsivelv used sai-rainenul purtioscs. tj. JIAWkElt. jmiii-iiw ly r Sarah e. RoiiniNs. whose resi- DKNI'H Is uiikuown. is notified that Joseph K. .....,.,,, -...., ,. ., , .i.inu.iry, a. 11. 1MW1, lllu I petition in the olli-e of Hie Clerk r n, t:..,,t! ( ouimim I'leas, w Itliln and lor Iho county of nouiiroinory aim stale ol lllilo, charging tho said I Sarah K. Kohliins with ailnlturv with i.no Aaron ' Kubliius nnd alMi with divers other persons lin- ' known to tho iielllioner. ami asking that he may ! boiiivoici! rsDig ihusald barah K. Hobhliis. which i:i.iii.,u win .vaaii lor uearing at luu uent leriu of said Court dOSKI'll r". HllHHINS. u...wr.i.,ii,,r,, I IIU S Atl y. IOOt-OtW LANKS (fall kinds, printed with neatness and prompt- THK KMPIUK Bteam Job Hoomt.. I X AtiM Hhlppers and Merchants TAOS printed to order, oa abort uotior, at . . . TUB KMPIBB bw tfoo nooms. New Advertisements. JAME3 F. DONALDSON, ADCTIDIEEH & REAL ESTATE AEEIT. Ao. 70 Slain St., Upper Room. OK SALE AV. H. PLATT'8 FARM OK im acres of land, two miles from the llavtoa (urt i . TV V, " ' l"lk; Improvement are a brick house nf H rooms ; also a frame house ol 1112 "J"1""' tw" r"me Imrns, one )xao feet, ono lr.-.,l' r wrl """i oi tne ucss rnui, ppies, pears plums anil iwac.hos also a young on-hard of select fruit: also all tin small jroiM; there Is tw.mly aoros of rich bottom anil, fllleen ai-ms of timheri tho balance of the .nu. ,s wiiii arras, unu cinvcr, ami all umter "ii'.'i i i 1 wl" """ ,h' llt'ra larm, or will I,..,.- ,, ,..-.,n jiuri'ii'isiirs. Kill SA I.K The lieaiiMrut rusiilenoM nf M tor. No. 4M West Third Street, nintamingS icoins and porch; good well and cistern: fruit of nil i s: one ammo ami woiki nouse : lot 50 feet on Kmirth BtmCt llV Ifell fiwifc nn u,...,,M .. . wliii h street Is pavisl, curbed and guttered. Price r-llft SALK A farm of 940iu-ns nf l.nil In Ul ami niuiity, tlhio, fair Improvements; 100 acres . .. .iw.1, wi;u 10111-41 aim in cultivation: w acres ot nsiirausiisT, gissi springs, two good orchanls, ! '"";"" n uri nes near liy ; this land Is seven mini, 11,1111 niiuin, ami win be sold at a great bar. gain. ,, , 1 "irm ot 1I ac.ni of land In ri-iiio eouuiy; improvements a good two story lirll-k liu. I .... nr 1.I..I., ,. a ........ .. ki,. i.s.uis guon onm ami or- c.liard of iriKHl frurt. This r.irn. i. r u n south-wi-stnf lA'wisbnrg, and will be sold cheap anil on easy payments. KK SALK A neat two. story frame house rue I lot, corner ot Union and Ilrmly streets; has live rooms, large lot-price t,rJ0. rn sai.k A dofni-nlilc house and lot, No TO " iiraiiiuii rooms; large lot; this is very desirable proiiert v price 11)011 roR SAI.K-M. lliildertnau's r'arm 18tt acres of Innd on tho National ltoad u-n miles from llnvton; Ul acres clc-ircd, 7n a-nis of line timlier, princi'pallv large po,ular. gisj.1 brick house, t moms, gWl stalilo, large barn, III ai re, of choice fruit, and all nei-4-Msary out building.. Also, a desiralile brick house, large lot, No. St " iws.iiis, line enrticil, Wltn all necessarv out hmnu's. Price (W.0O0. Also, Mr.t Hinilh-s frame hnuse, No. tM (irnen . . ..... .. .. .v,.,,,-,, K,nHi sistnie. rrice VI.ISSI. Also, an old frame house, sltuati-il on tho lines " "ig in imvion, Iielng45 leetrronton We. -lei ouil street, 1, SI feet dia-p to a navoil 16 fisi allev. Price tp.fioi. Also, ten and one-fourlh neres of bind on Vnni Ph'c t"vi)l'OUStI ttl"1 barn' wel1 Improveil, Also, six acres nf land in Miami City ; good frame . ,-,.. r.i.,..,,j u n,i ni'i-viMiary Ollt-Olllliungs, Price K2.MW. A Iso. a furin nf lliH ai res of land, on tho Kabin piKe eieven nines irom naytvni, improvement an. lirlek nouse, largo barn unit tobacco sheil good "i 111 ,.,111.1,1,1 11,11. j-rice vc.isiu. Also, twenty acres of bind, seven miles from iFitywii, iniproveuieiiuf goiKi, irume house, gooil bam. milk-house. sinoke-house. irnnr nn-husl This laud is three-fourth miles from the Katun 1 mu, 111 a gooo ueignuornorvi. lrlce fVl,4IIO. Also, a nil-si cotUiiru house on Kust lirt.h ilm..i No. HI having five rooms, good sUblo and other wu.niiliriHW. I ril-e ri.SUO. Also, a frame house on Hess street, having seven .v,...,. .. 11, V ,U,A. Also, a business iimiMii-t v ,,n Vu.s TV,il ....... noruor of Front street. This is one of tho liosl business property in the citv, has a 0no dwelling with It, and wan-house. No bettor property Iu Dayton, l'rice (K3.IXI0. 1 ' Also, 6. D. Qui ton's frnino house on Ilnrkeye itri et. No. trt. Has six rooms, and largo ganleu. Price $UJ0. Also, No. Blbitnhrldgo street, a two-story frame .......,v. 1 ..win, luuwi. M Xtvn ,MJ. A Iso, a two-story brick homo. No. SS Tocnmsoh sii-ev. jins six rooms, anu stabtoi a gooil prop erty, ttnd oouveuleut to business. Prii-.i fr-JMsS Also, a nice two-story houso In Miami City. Has six rooms and largo yard. Price $HU). Also, Nils, GO and All on Ul-oen streat . ThjA houses arutwo-sUiry brick tenements, having eight V J? . ..., Miiisiiivu. , near uusiuubs. A rice Folt SAI.fi Tho residence of Mr. W. 8. Louis No. m West First street, a two story brick bouse, nrKi aim uvsiraoie location; price fs.DUll; pay. menu easy. FOR 8A LB Judge lloltln's resldcneo. No. 8T nuss rirsssEreec 1111s nouse has II rooms, good stable, wood and carriaffe.hniisM. Will lu, ,1.1 cheap. . Also, a beautiful cottage house on West Honond streot; has si moms, gtsxl suble. and all other uwnwm j oiib-niiiiiiiniis. 1'riee S2,sj. Also, a beautilul brick bouse oil West Second St iiiivniK ,-iKiu. nsinis. uikki sui no. arm i-nofisi, m gas thmuglioiit; large lot. Price fl.tHJU. Also two brick houses on Kou street, liavlng .v.uii i.MtiiiR in own iiiiuso. 111 use uousus aju un u iu me is-sr, si) 10, gas in an the rooms, ami will lie sold low. Al-o, Mr. Crawford's donble brick house 011 West Fourth street. Nos. 6 and T. Will lie u.lii si ,.i Also, alarm 01 lin acres or nscellenf. I,,il li- miles north of the lolson station, ho ,u.pmu .,ir,.,',sHi balance In good timlier; impiavcmcoti. a good two -.-,. . iii.iuv on-.,, tt K,sNi oaru anil a uu-ge irnmu oilier order price tiki inir acre, terms e:isv. -.". ". ..-., MUtl, 1L-Il,-Illg iu goon Kill lluelAw THOMAS & BECK, COAL AND WOOD J HA LICIt S, On Canal, below Third Street, In old Foundry Hull-ling fnrmorly occupied by Stout, Mills ft Temple.) HE REST QUALITV OK Youghiogheny and Ohio Coal! ALWAYS ON HAND, In quantities to suit purchasers and at the Lowest Market Bates. ALBO SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD, FOR VAMILY tJSK, BY TUB Cord, or in Small Quantities. OltDKRH MKT AT NI .VOX'S TOBACCO 8TOKE, . Corner Second and Jefferson, or at Alio ways & Gross' Shoo Store, No. ta Firth street, Will be lromptly AttendM to. Jan 88-dtf CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. i I It. J. ZUNDEL WOITMI HRMPiiVT. riJLI.Y announco that he will receive private pupils at No. M Ht. Clair streot, until some time In March, when he willouen his Iii.iiimlu.iiua ,.m JeflTurson street. VOICI-TRAINIM u-ill 1 ,...,.., in .,-1 ... .. , . .. .--is... . or in smaii ci asset or from two to ave pupils. . , JOHN .UNIIKL, JaaW-dtf No. 110 St. Clair street. nr Printed neatly Ui Colors or In Itronso, at TUU a.kU'11'.K bteam Job Rooms. 11ANUKACTURKIW LABEL In oreat variety at the JklMPlKK Buaaui Jobitoota New Advertisements. Amusements. I'vivn lKUA-HOUSIi-j. m. r. n. ttiincu. r. in 1 o ai 1 ' " 1nu,rr. la n. JOlim, - Trsjsxaurar. Kngagement of tlie celobrated Tragic Actress MATIIOA IIEKON, 4 for Six Nights Only. Monrtny KvpiiinffT- Kd. , 1K(M, The celolirnted Play, In re arts, entltbst - CAMILI.EI Or, tlin l-ntoofti 'oni ( tp. CAMILLK, Miss M ATILDA IIP.KON (.aslon Itieux, II. Iteesjiavis (ilrst apisrarance.) ' aCAb Of piticKa. PMrillK.ll I...... . -I , EA .... . . .--n ..I,, ir w ,-ius iiatconr v cent. S.-cnrr,l Haa,s In PaniiiHtfe ami iros. ...Eii"!-. Pnweuliiin Itoxrs. In and . .i..i(.-niiin 1-. si. tireitureTi P M .....w.t.-r i, ,sii ni Aiisftft Brery Saturday afternoon. Admission cents. 13, KOKKL HALL t r, POSITIVELY". FOE TWO NIGHTS O.VLY ON x-'ltllsAY Acaik SATUItDAV, s '.JHIMI H,, J SCO. Mocking-Bird Minstrels titu BRASS BAND. ' TWESTV STAIiTl'KltiiYiUMi.-um . nvr,lra!!!,,'1,!''o.:l.,.,. :f" ?"?r" Hu,i;-igiai inl rinilaiiri. ' ' ' ' 1 ""' J '"""'- .".f''-K d the Having 01 gani,,,, . KnXVl T o. ".f his Jwn and will a,.s-:ii- as nlsive ' r.,.,-i,..i ,," V 'Vresonlcil l,y ,,iH t,,,,,,,,, ! nm-hed igh degiveof ,, ,- ,, , islil " turn, resorting I.. n evtianeoiis i.uili,,., . . mmsV mark ' " W" 'hu l,,"""'" 'tlnels.r' see our mniister irograinnii's. Ticki l .VI rents New Advertisements. Amusements. Gold and Silver Goods. GOLD AND SILVEE GOODS. THIS OLI KKLIABLK HOUSIJ. P. A. LAFEE, No. 320 Third Street. Da.tnn. fihi,. 11 'ST ,URNED J'ROM NEW 1 I I If H Willi B ....ui.l, . r , :t--' - "" "i " nnnorMiient or extra gooils In sulil'of uo,",""in' 91 tha largest and most elegant GOLD AND SI1VFR WlTfurc and lino Jewelry, too tiumorons to mention In detail on la H .iTik Zi, a ,l-i! 1 "'-nl n" maniuaetur- . ........ ...... ,, ,.1, r. ono uniierseil mm in the same line anil quality of goods, Wholesale and He- tall, lbime Who nr,, iu,..,..t,.,,..l ...nt. i... ... sluncos and business at hlmo, aro aware that no ( . . a. I, l,ur" sen at tlie same lOW lirohbt. Ilia aniir,iiliUM tn 1.1 i. . past llfteen years Ehat he has twin In fiuslnes hem havo Uicn seriiiuloiisly met. Tliese are facta known to thousands. i.w Tho subscriber also hits, among other siuierior goiKls In the line, an excellent assortment ol lluera t.lassus, some of them aa high as twelve-glass SHEPHERD'S WtEMlUM GOIJ PENS. ,7, . 'awist style of French Mantle Clocks, te. I ,Jkl t in M nil a V SS mil. am afWl. - , :4;. 1 ii" www nnrrnnwu x aoui. dottlwiftwfca r P. jv. LAI-KB. New Advertisements. Amusements. Gold and Silver Goods. Miscellaneous. JACKSON LANOnoN. JOBKPH I.ANdlXIN. IE J. LANCDON & BRO., EINE CARRIAOKS, KtH KAWAVS, iirciUlKS, I'll .ETON 3 SPRING WAGONS, YORK WAGONS, PLE1GUS, AC, &0. LATEST STYLE k FINEST WORKMANSHIP W. W. Phlllliir idilsund N. 11, U 15 K. 4tn M. Kvpalrina Done Promptly , X, t,tli. ALSO. DEALERS IN llinnwiim And agents Ibr lllebold. Ilnhman t'o's. KirtTand Iturglar Proor Wales, and Sohooloy's ItuiVlircraUu-. and Iiirnr ll,up i ..u,li. 81 ,locu' 1 MAIN STlttKT.. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. EDWARD KERR Wc fllTI.Tl ltISl"lYTIfin I v iT,.v. tho eitlsens of llsvUm and vicinity, that Iso has ' r V; 1 n. . ..WW., iii's, uoor to Wen- net, Nelf A Co's. Btove Bloro, where he will mpalr xuHxruttiS Uf ALL KIHDS, ProrriDtlvand at Abort Nm-ioa Old KitrnittireCleanoil and Varnished, Chairs lie- au,eu win an sin. is u, neimiring done. All or- ?thi'Lit.f:,ilr.."r.U' . Iilenci-s where cleaning aud varnishing is needed" ' -i.sflUU Greatest Invention of the Age. 8ELF-RAI8INC FLOUR f Advantage ofSleif-Jiaiirina IW . I HF. HA VI VII nvriuv iutidho.... INOitforthe ovon, and the certainty of the re suits 11 any c.l mate, dilTereuco of U niH,rturc not etlectlng it; while the fermenting process by yeast .....u,,, .M-jw,,,!!,,,!, 0 ujinpuramre, and can not lie uswl with success In either Tory hot or vorv COlll oltmHtiWl an. I ..iri... v,J .... , ...... ,.,, ,1,1:, . lauiu.v ooeuuioa several hours, and Is then very uncertain In ta results. j j ,-'a-.ai.ais ijouis win no round (locldeilly tlie cheapest that can lie used tbr house, hold pitrposus, HAVINU TlilKTY l'KB CKNT in butter and eggs, and making the most sum-rior bruad, huht enstry, cake, puddings, dumplings "7 . s.w, v mui umcn eooaemy of time undtrouhle. im uirecuous tur using, accompanying each nai-k. age. "or sale In su-ks or by tlie barrel at T. H GILLIS' Fl D1IR CTnoc Fourth street, Just oast of Main, I la ruin' Ohio when, si orders should lml.l.Li J""ni ""'0, fwxuiuvr so. j . . A Good Opening for Bnalneua AT OHIifiUMU num We WILL SELL AlioirTTIIW vinm 2LT.,V"lfI-.!!.? ;.""-".' JUu;.; Hardware and a geueral variety of (Wis " ullv kept In a efliiiilry store. The man who bnvTVhS tuck will have the rurmod of the m U is J gisst l.H-alliin, secsjiul Ui none for business In the well kuow and euu,ri,rlsi,. n,ii. ....... '." ,ne .. situated on the H. 11 ft C. a ul K A Ci W " li Zi' roails. Kur further hirnnKii7.,.n5i.Vt -..?.''h Jan Hdtwd ua, Main street, DaTton O AKRV TTI BV mi? nu im, . her.lT' " ly charge,,d tak. aeraway. joiTst 1111111.1 Jausil-Jtd H. " "