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W A XT Kl A' 1 KNTS . MA I .r.OI! F K-.i Mt.l) run clear :U t week nt itteir m a leclit nut i."inli; iiii.iiiu... Ajiy l.ir-' "n nanny a i"w iinirs .,.,n, 11 .inim tins a '"' puyiiis linsi ut Nis. Ait Ire-'-. i-'H'l.n 1 manni. iiti'iiII i.ulii-ul irs, r, K.I II KWiHHt. IXi- troll, MleWguu. janKl-Slitll in WaNTKD A ltViSi?V Wil'i Itn-ee ir r.inr It's which runt wfll Ik- p;ii.l In ilH.iu'H. I'lsee-iiiii .I.Ki i Iiv tlm ml. Ml" of Mnivli Hi" Ut ill A in 1 1. Ailrres ir apply ti SAM," Umpire nlltre. 1 IT VV ANTED MK1IC HA NTA. UAVKEIW! Ami Kvenlie.lv M'nnlinK tie'iM I'nnllnn omie. examine ilii' wiirli ntcl nl. tlie Umpire MuiaiB lob Rimma, Su 1 111 Minn street. VaNTKI-T'IC1:SO'S l'T W Kit VMIVMKN T.or tliiw Wnntliiir 1H H l Inlhrmn tlmi in in 1'i't Arilelcs, to A'lvcitiso la the 1 Business Notices. DoOTOIt STHM'I.ASD'S TON 1C. DYSPEPSIA! Jr "sriMficf vir Tonic Is a coiiccn- tr.iinil .ii-i-ivirMlliin of Hunt and Herbs, with antincids iind carminatives to streiiKllien lilt) SMIII1JH 11 II 11" I "I" ............. " ccrlnln remedy fur Dvspepsia or Indiges tion, Nervousness, l.os r ApiMtM'. Acidi ty of the Stomach. Flatulency iiinl Debility I t. is not nlcnlinliu. tin return particularly suited for Wink. Nervous, null Dyspeptic persons. For sulu !' all Druggists every where Ht, I per hottl). i .. li. Stiickliiir CUKU Hilt l'lL i : s. mrr urrnv j, iuu AkAJ.iA4j a ' ' llJla ClirOtl UHMIHIIIMIJ "I Wind and Bleeding Pile. It, gives iinine-; iliato leuei. ami uiii'- .i iin,.u.i. -Tit It dircetlv. It is warranted to cure. For sale bv nil Druggists at 50 els. iei iMittlu. Dr. Sd icKluml'H COUtifl .NO MO It IS. MKI.LII'l.l'Ol'8 COUGH BALSAM is warranted, to' be the onlv tucparution knnivn l.i cure Coiu'lis. Cohls. loarsciiivs Asthin n, Whooping Cough. Chronic Cough upturn, Bronchi! is and Croup. Be- Inir I re nc.l frmii Hiiiiev and lleriis. it is heillnir! soitcniii". and oNiki-toraling. ami Viisuniption. particularly suitable tiirall allVetions of the Throat anil l.nngs. For sale by Druggists everywhere. . tTSTANDAKKU flualKUl-ArilU' M hlliCINKS. '1,1 ... .. ll....,l.l,n,.J U.,l,U.IVllll. Ic HpccUics lias received a" very Important aildiiiiin toliislir i.f IliimnlucvV Siiecifle ilomeopathii; Iteuicdliw in. the sluipe of Sneclllc No. 1. which ""'lV,i'!7ittK"" UllAlT ilUIll mill: uiiiria, j, in oi o" ' iiiv-.-. juiit.. obtained a wide celehrlly among the medi cal practitioners and are very largely used by them, being prompt, cfileient, reliable aiul convenient. An extended advertise ment in another column gives a list of the difl'erent species, the din'.isi which they remedy, and the prices. Thecases for fami ly u are especially worthy of intention, and also the new department of vetemary specilics. Tlie heailiiuuitcrsof Humphrey's Kpcciflc Homeopathic Medicine ( o is at Wia Itrordway, Now York. 'Osth'. ihoil Dot mini .tpr t. a iiiln.l ilirM J, And, wilh lonva nwirt, nl-'ivinitu Auiiilctfi, CtMU5. Ihr foul bos.:-ln of t)i.i jieril-'ll,-. stntl TJiat weirttm uiiod lha lica-t ?" CrUtuily; ri.ANT.vsios BiTi rus will do It when nothing else will. Melancholy. Depression, iy h.cuou... .. " spriiiK, more or less, trom a dtsenscd stoni- ach, aud this Plant atios Birr km Is a sure miii Ijiw Snlrits must yield lo tlie health- givlng and gcuial liilluenee of tlie I'i.a.nta- HON liiiTKiw. u you me in mniiM, mw u J An Invaluahik BiMKnY-Nonc, except those who have sult'ered ail tlie hor-, of threatened Consumption, can fully aporeciato the valuo and elllcocv of Di. if u.l's BAT.SAM a sovereign remedy i all the various stages of this'nineh dreaded disease. T T TT, , ,. . are nsui.itly becoming more and more popular. They are acknowledged to no rival in the cure of such iliseasin as Mver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Fever of all rtiisuli'M-kr- and" Bilious Complaints, Ixiss ot Appetite, Sick Headache, rofula, Si'iihl Head, Khetima- t siu, Ikilic, 1'leurisy, l-impics anil ron'S on the Skin, Palpitation of the Heart, Iiownes of Spirits, Pain or Weakness of the Breast, . . '-.. , . . . l u E. JilSCaSOS Ol npillO anil ivsuueys. oore r.yi'S, Diarrhea or Dysentery, Cold, etc, Most of Uioalioye-nainediliswisesnmy bo by taking Dn. Mo-it's Vhiik-I i ablic1iIVkPilij Hi season, of when the I!....- Iuuimiiiiiii flfuf ilopuiuroil uliiuli i-urrir niT. tlirouL'hlhok.wlesnnd tho secretions of the skin and kidneys, those poisonous hnmors that clog the stomach Isiwels, and skin, and become accumulated in the blood, There has been as great a progress in set- once, arid especially In that of medicine, iu.l. I.a .n.il r..Mt vi.nrsL aa flii.cn liuu It, witmn i .e iv , , ' ''"-'' brought this science, that the medicinal riropertlcs are condensed and concentrated nto the rosins or salu of the plant, which extract from it, and leave the Inert or wisly matter. Tbeold morieof eittracrlng these medicinal proisirtic by boiling for a long time in water is foiimt, lu most cases, to render the medicinal qualities inert, or oven deooni)osltig them. Dr. Mirrr'a Veultablk I.ivkr Vu are of chenilciil vegetable extracts, mostly from planhi growing In our ow eountry i some of th.e plauf-havea direct action on the livur, othius uiiiu thu Min, others on the kidneys, and others tiHmlhe towels and lungs. H is by a peculiar chemical coniiiluatiim of all these extracts that these Tills aria made, possessing the most extraordinary cllicacy lor curing tun above.-uaiiieu diseases. llTNo lady should be without l)n Townsi.kv'h Inpian Tootiiachk Anodynk in her fuuilly. If she hius children that huve the too'tbacbe it will cute tliein. If any of the family have scurvy on tlie villus Will cure It. If some of the cousins bavu dlsciiM d guttiH, rendei ing their mouth very unpleasant, It will cure tlie disease, and render the Kuins red and of a tolai-. ,. . "" jTHE DAILY EMPIRE. rn rt a tr . . February 5, 1866. " Local Matters. Montgomery Agricultural Society. ! I I ! - '! , I , ! i I Tlie new Board of Director of the Mont- goinerv Contil v AfriculturalS(x;lely held a j ml!'s m Vmlltor's olllce, on tJntur-j day lasi, lor me purMvc oi irniisiii.iiiijt; ouie jiridiininary business Incident to tbo ill-eoiniir of l.lm new Hoard. K. I. llarslitnnn. Es the I've ident. oe ciipied Hie chair, and .lobn Kenneily acted ih Si'ri'elnry prr tent. II, wa iiiiiiounecd that, according to the rules hflltetstatfl llonnl, under which the Society wn acting, hereafter half of the i oumy lioiiril will be elected every two tyeni--. and that it woutdlie ueccAsai-y to de iicruiinc which of the sixteen members should lmld over for two years. Ifr. I)rydeiis motion was adopted, That. 1 the iiiinies of all the Board be putluto a hat, ! anil then that tlm first eight naics taken out should bold over for twoyears, tbe other eight members golngouTit the close ,,r the nrescnt vwir. I Messrs. Jnnaftan Keunc , Jmiii' Anplc- gate. J. Clinton Wilson, J.C. HrrfdAorA John , Allen. Augustus Ivulius. Man jf-ells. and , W.K. S. Ay res. i.'iiopenio tioui ior two years. ' f l . v . f. .! On motion I). JI. Pry, Treasurer. Marcus Eells ; Secretary by aci luniation, 1 ,t i.. innu, i.i,ii.... t lh" ,l,,x! St,,t,i ,'i"1r at ,".vlV' WCT "m,,c ; a r t . , was rc-a!ected ""' """ ii pile, 1 1 s i mi I, i lie rwuiii iiii.tni n-i juin: n uoiius MWi,oini.,eciu,esi.. t ne couniy.or , runt III urn uinnii, uiiii uir i iiu uruuinin ( ,,p )llt lu cm,,irn. rder for the hold-j 1. . .1 til 1,1 I ..It'll ;ing ot the State I'air liercnext fall. I f ,. , . i .i . ! , i It was tlnallv agreed that a meeting of the citizens lie. called to consider the propo- j .jsltinn In regai n to noiimig the state i air , ! here, next fall, and that a committee of tho ' County Board be appointed to confer with I said meeting. Tliu l'icsiileut named JlesHrs. W". II. S. lAy.ra. Jame, APplcalc Thomas R. Gllll. : Kdwaiil Newcnin, and John K. Mclntire, as the committee, X(,xt H;tl,nf a"1 "ltuiiiiy was tlxeu as tlie time ror mceliiig. the plane to lie aniiouncutl In tho timlay was fixed as the time for paiers heicilter. Ailer tlie appointment of smile, committees thu meeting adjourned. ' other Om Timka anii tiik l'ltiiSHNT. The lllcs ""J'tou papers contain ni:i Icsting reniinlseeincs. Tlie DayU my Intcr- Daytoii Watch- m(, (,f jy 5.1(125 publishes the County Auditor" statement of the condition of the the finances of Montgomery county for that year. The total receipts for the year wero WW 1 .13. The total ex pendlturcs f iCfil 2. leaving 11 balance in the Treasury of 1. 2Til OS. Alexander (ilinics was Auditor, and received as his fees for the year $2(10 20. William liimibcrger was Treasurer and his fee amounted to $102 .'15 for tho year, to which was added "fifty cents for loss in ex change of money." The amount paid for "stationery" for tlie, several county olllces during tlie year, was $111 .17. These facts leave a wide margin between the state of things which existed forty years ago. and the present liiianci.il aspects of the county, witli a duplicate of $:t."i0,(lO0, and corres- ponding expenses in receiving and disburs- , Ing tlie num. i i I I , iM'f.wc Hall, which was attended by a I l'"ge audience. The lecturer took a highly practical v iew of Ills subject, and his re- , marktl w(.,.e iened to with a degree of in- . . , , , tercet rarely witnessed on m casions of this i kind. The evils of Intemperance, in an In- , dividual and social point of view, were elo- ' iqnentiy and earnestly portrayed. Ho ! 8lvm k ""-tly t the -roi.t of tlie evil," liavofand mnlntaitiert that the lhie fc begin a ' reformation Is in the hearts and consciences !of those wllo aro g0 Hnfortunate as to bo i - Wl to the self-dc.troy ing Habit of in- temperance. tll()i , t b t , ,llgllt.,t llt.ri!t to rc provonted ' b form- A wholesome and benevolent eon- 1 ililliii ikf luilililnr fimit lliti'lit nil ta alliltliwi I . ' should be disseminated, and an abiding faith in tlie Dual success of the cause was scntial on tlie airt of IU friends. An elo Uiev . , ' . , . ,l",,,,t "d lervent upieal was miulo to young aud old to contribute their voice and inlliicnco, In behalf of an enterprise , , , promised so much real gooil and hap wholly ! , ' , B. 1 plm'ss to the present and coining genera composed tious. n I The lecture, throngliouU was n'gardiil as f , t B11irol)1.llUj al,M.BB tm, , , ' '.. . impular iniiid on this subject that lias ever been heard here. It wus entirely five from pastor of Sh. lohn'a Lutheran Church in thl city, delivered a lecture on the subject f . nuicevmle rd avaft. moon. In Tern- He i:u) little faith In the efficacy of leg- Ushitlou to euro the evil. Publio sentiment I ,""l"ou u' c,lre ,u " 1 uu" anm.m i ,,,UM' '"" aruuwm i" "i"j i, um I.,l,.ll .. l..l... U.1.11 ..,,,.1 !...... I selves bo made to feel that it was not only 1 i.i.iiiio ui um m-.iiiii-iuu, iiuuu iiiuoi. uium- ',i.i ,i ,,.,.. a,.,i n. n,ri.t t iw. ....itl. . . ., ...if..!.,, ,.,.UJt,ll, i miul.t ' , , ,i require timealong tlmo-to eflectal. that is desired, but lime was nothing to bo com- ,mmi w',ti, the grand' triumph to be 1 t achieved in the end. Light aud truth tho rutand cant which so often character- i.e disixiurscs on this liiteresting topic, and we have no doubt will leave a most salu tary impression on the minds of those who heard It. It ,luh, WUl,, M btiiuit-ii by tlie snuff that she . " . . . . . . beautilU.t',,ll,, not Me w,lkl' he went- lhe A lady lu Cincinnati, who took out her wallet to mitke cliuuge, was robbed by a fellow w lio ill iv w inutl iu her eyes, and snaL himr thu wallet rail oif witli IL the pi"iot containea some sixty ooiurs. AMUSEMENTS. 'i,thepiay thmugiumt. Tan OfKRA-IfoiiRC. Miss Blancuard Mm Hr.aos. Miss Kitty Rlanchard con cluded her engagement on Saturday even ing last, Id tlje part of Capitnla lllack, in the 'Hidden lliind." She was all herself, and won her usual quota of applause. The Wool of Mr. Iluydon wan a fine specimen of character acting. Wo hope the day Is not far distant when the petite form of Miss Kilty may grace our boards again. To-ulght has been set apart for tlm ad-vi-nt ol Miss Matilda Huron. Tliii line artisln and accomplished lady needs no horiild toaniiouucchcripialitics. Her repu tation la world-wide, and proudly won. In tlie peculiar line to which she I adapted, sho lias, probably, no equal. In this or any otlier country. lie r movements of ease and grace are so near tho natural, us lo defy criticism, while her reading of the tlner passages seems to open up her very soul and to reflect, as In a mirror, t lie passionate joy or grief inspired by tlie author. She will make her debut at tlie Opera House, this evening In Camille original with her, and of which all others else, arc but "counterfeit presentiments." It was her who tirst translated W'ninille" from the Freneh nf Tlumiu. Ir- her who Drat, crave It b , , h , . , ,.(.m(.llt.ltlvc r tlie (il.k,c am, hn. , ( JIIU- Ull'lllt IH1. Anew candidate for public favor comes before us to-niirlit. in tbo iierson of llarrv Davics, who plays the good-natured, wlmlc- sonled (Jiulon. lie Is said to be a eouediuii ofraro attuinmenM and we anticipate a rich feast in the general represm.Uitiou of i m l-m a nun mi aifwiiisin (Iiiimiht rim ii'itr ir t,,(, Music sUre of J. T. Keunoy, Third jf JM,fll.All J fin IO J'lMl b 1VI KUl blll.V bill I C ,, , , Is to be a line collection of Mocking B rds ., , , , " Xl...,v.v, Tl... TV...t A.-.v..l 11.. ,1- mack ones gn-en ones souieiiiing rare on exhibition at Beekel Hall on Friday Evening next. Twenty of tbe find in the land will warblo their sweet notes of song on that occasion. FORKKHT, AT ST. I.OllIS. TllO St. Louis e,f Friday, says: r- Dcllar has eflected an engagement with the great tragedian. Mr. Forrest, who will make bis anncaraiicc at the Oiiei'ii- House on Monday niiclit, the 12th Inst. To l,,80 ,, Monday nigliU the 12tli Inst. To accomplish this. Mr. Dcllar wax eoiiiell,-d to buv off tho latter week of Mr. and Mrs. Florence's enjfagenieiit, and the opening Wpok of his next star, a sncrlllce wbieb lie makes to gratify the general iliniro to hear nnrt sen once more Mr. eorrest in his great tragic parts. that the damage was not more extensive. Tbo fstonmers wero promptly, on the ground, and notwithstanding the disiul rors vantages under which they had to work.on . J . account of tho great severity or tlie, weather, were not long In subduing tho, ravages of the Ore. FlHK AT TIIH KaSTKB-S SCHOOL Hot'HK. About six o'clock this morning, a fire was discovered in tlie basement of the Eastern Public School House, situated on the hill, on Fifth street, in the Sixth Ward. The Arc, we learn, was communicated from the furnace to the wooden casings or partitions by which It wa surrounded, and from then passed along the air-pipes or lines used in conveying the heat to the different apartments of the building. The flooring along the track of the flre.was burned some three or four feet In width, and this. ' are informed, was tho extent of the dam It will require some four or live days to make the, necessary repairs, and tliecxiense will be comparatively small. It is a fortu nate circumstance that tho fire occurred before tho assembling of the children of the school, as in that case, thu accident might have been attended with far more. serious consequences, and icrhaps the loss of life. Tills building as the last of the kind erected, and one of the most suhstan- tlal and best arranged school houses lu the dtv. W nm omtitl...! to record 1 1... fief Cold. This morning was a regular stim- nor. We called in at l lie Drug Store of W, W. Stewart. No. l2 Main street, to-duy tq look after the state of the weather. Tho Doctor Informed us that a thermometer at liU residence Indlc.1U'doUl degrees below r.ero this morning at half-iast sevoit o'clock. The one from which the obsarva. 7. . ... , 7 t j Uon wus takra , of stan,ar( qHty, and is accurately cornet. The iilniosplier at noon hail vlsltilv moderated, but It Is still clear, and wo have a flue prospect for tlni continued presence of Old Boreas. A Disloyal Soi.iukk. A soldier wants thcClilcago Jmes to answer these two ills. '"V1 8l,d profoundly Impudent questlonsj Please Inform n.e how it is that tlie poo- . ,( j.UIIIIMVvnl1ia. Massachu.lt auU otner Suites find time to send petitions to Congress In behalf of the negroes, praying i i ...,!. 1 ...Mt. that they may be made silitlcarfy equal with tho whiles. i Why, In aceordmico with the rules of, equity and justice, should each negro lie in- I vested witli the title to laud, while the uitin (like myself) who has rendered nearly five ', f ears service In the army should hociiiircly ; gnored. j Thk Missing Cincinnati Bakkkh. The' Commercial of this morning says: Bouuo Speyer. a man well known In Third street as a iuuti bunker Consul for Belgium Fast Freight Agent, ltailroad Solicitor, Broker, Ac. has neglected to upiiear at his place of husluej. for two days. The only , explanation of his absence Is a note from liiuitoiils clerk, dated Thursday evening, slating that he bad gone to New York U look aOcr a claim, anil would soon return, requesting his creditor, meanw hile, lo lie assured that ho would pay them In full. lie apwars to have had a number of ac- : cotntiKHlation loans, on all of wlileh, ex cepting two, he had placed adequate collat eral, and to have hail also a few deN.wit ac counts. His liabilities are conjectured to be about JR.IMKI. His safe has not yet been opened ; but there seems to be so general a conviction that It contains nolhingof valu that thore Is but Uuk curiosity to see its inside. MXTUItK. The nert lentnm of the course tinder tho auspices of the St. JohtCi Lalhtrn Cnngrtga tus of this cilv will be delivered by r, THOMAS O. I.OAVE, IQSQ, , ' CLKOU'H HAIAj, OH Thursday Kvcuiiiif, Fol. 8, 18(10. Siijukct: "The History and Characteris tics of Intolerance." Cards of Admission. 25 cents; Family tickets $1. To be had of V, Walkku, A. CiKlULI W. 11. Cn.LMtlMK. : fedl-ltw Adtt Lecture Ouumlltee. I.akok Ajioint ok Bonds 1,wt. The Cincinnati Unzett of this morning stales that "a gentlemen from Xeiiia, whose name we have not learned, on Saturday morning, obtained an order from tho Sco ond National Bank of that place, for the sum of $18,600 In United Stats bonds, from sun dry banks In this city. With this valuable package, scaled and addressed to tho Sec ond National Bank, of Xcnia, he went to the First National Bank, on Third and Wal nut streets where lie discovered, as lie states, that he had lost It, or that It had been stolen from hlni." 4 PnoK. Cahswkll. The popular Canadian TcnitHuance Orator a rival of (jough's will leeturo in Huston Hall, February 13 and U. . , fcbB-iil)t Tntoi.LK Hoiisf.. Tlie saloon formerly kept by John Colhauef, and known as the Merchants' F.xehiingc, was taken charge of by tho subscribers Wednesday morning. January 31, l.Hiifi. The saloon has been thoroughly rellttcd. and It Is the Intention of tho undersigned to make it first-class lu every respect. B. SlNCK, febl-lwd J. O.Fkhble. Clothing. 1. K. WI'lTMOIIR. 11.11. IAMS. WIUTMOieiS & IAMS, ' " Huiiiifnctnrert nnil Doalcni IN ' ! 1 BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, AND .' 1 CLOTHING! Z.iJ I'IKTII STIti:i5T,:((ltKOON,) DtlTIH, Olll. They keep a constant supply of Piooo Ooodlst Wiliih will Is' niiKln li i Til OICnn.ll ii.i I ha ihorUist nuliot ami at the mml 11KASONABW3 ItATliS. "FITS" WARRANTED IN ALL CASES They also keep a full assoi1.ni.Mit of ' SIHUTS, COI.I.AIIS. CRAVATS. ' JlOISlilil.TJKS, Jc. Liocouiuor id. WAIJiKK TL'KNKK, , UKAI.fclt-H IN . . O H O T I T J TsT A N 1 Boots Jo Slioos, NO. mil 1'lllUll HI'llfcKT, llAVi'D.N, OHIO w. IT.MAM WAl.KKIl HAVING AS- SO( fA'l'KIl with hjiiisult lii liiiMiicHH Air. I'crry 'I'linier, Ilii' ueiv llriu inn imw ireniril 1.1 acciini' iihmIulii ilii'ii' L'tisuiiiii-i's wlih cverv arllrk' el' aim- lli'incn'K iMMi'i.i ni.:il'el uf thu latest llyto and ucsi i!ini!iy. -i nose m no wuni COATS, PANTS, VESTS SHIUTS. HOTSETtY. h a n i ) ki : i : rn i ufs, g i ,o v es. BOOTS. SHOES, SI.1PPF.IW, Ac. Will ilo wull to gi vv thtnu a call. Also on huii4, a comoluto assortuiaut of Boys' Glotlxlxxsr t Item-nihei lliuolil ituwl, No. 'AH Thint Wmi. lecVI-Uulf WALKKU TL'Kttlt. Shirts and Gents' Furnishing. Great Business Change! : ' . ' j H. HMO V i OF TUB . , Ea gle , ClothiT5g Store ' H. SCHWARZ, 1 11B ENTEKl'IMSING VnJOl'UlKTOH of the wi'11-knnH ii Kiisloi'loiliing Htorw. Mam Uttfi. S4tiotiiiiiR tliiKiniinnOAlll, will ranittvsoli iiioisioi Airil ims), nm pim-uiii uuHineHH to. No. 1 18 Alain Hint-it. No. 118. Hoiitti of hia pnisiiiit location, (the llrocory titoro sow OfMMUiifKt ly Maxala. Mttlnltre tb ttaat-l,-wlKmi inUHkil. oarrv ma on a W liuluaalii and Ku. tuil Miint!!aia.iifiiitf t lutluua Houmi. aecoBil to None l tlm Wu.L T . lie oatts ihe CfipiTlnl ntAeutioa of hit Buinsron uxlumvni aiul ull lliuao iu want of faliloiialile ac wulLmaile clothlnff, THAT RECOMMENCED TO SELL OF ... HIS KSmilfc STOCK OF GOODS, : January, 1, 18kl, .Positively at Cost I ' "" '". " Oinltltlni of FlrsMlass Frock -. OVEIMOATS, ..'.'-. a . . .! ;, COAVS UUSIMCSS bUliS . i . .. of his own selection, TRAVET.T.TN0 Sll I KTS of every- style and quality, DltAVi El.'S, A heavy article of ' i L'NnEHSHIRTS, Thu uuhlic, will liear In mind that Ilia sUs'k o' 1'liiltilns waA aeUN-tist with aTriti rare, ami ueins luiuuiM-uid with a larva iiiaiiurai'Uirini( hoiiae In I'Liiuinliati, enalili'il him lo olitaiu lill preaunl KtiM'K of I'lmtiini-tnaile clothing, much below Uit nsmil llin-e, ami iieraisia lu tlie least desiring goisi i-ioiiiuig a , XiowPrlooal will certainly dml It arcatlv to their ilifaireal tei amine Inr lhininelTij Imlore the lartrcul bulk ol hiri .liK'k u 111 In) isilil, a he llinan Ui m-II out ait inliro ihKl iKluiu the lal ol .ii il, at lVr FIND THE PLAOH I JOS MAtX STItRET, 108 Adjoining k-iapire Oalce. ' ' II. SWAKfc IVremlH'rM. ISM. itlwk l)t) YOir WANT EMPliOYMENTf AdraUae l the DAtl.T KMI'IKK IK ST'KK AND DROI' IV TO PKK how bcwr U selling bia lino CloUl Isloro ! inovea. jauiv BY TELEGRAPH. From Columbus. [Special Dispatch to Cincinnati Enquirer.] COLUMBUS, February 3. The elegantly-dressed child of shame found on the store-box at the Noll House, yesterday, has been taken charge of by one who know s (he parents, - They are wealt hy and in good standing! The mother is said to be a wife whose husband has been absent for liftoon months the fatheran exemplary member oi a fashionable church, with a wife ami large family. The feeling against taking the Soldiers' Belief Fund to stop the leak lu the Treas ury, is Katherinir new force. The Republi can are indiifinint at the cheat put. upon them, and it is doubtful If all the appliances of the State Auditor cau force the trained malorltv to consummate the ifient outraire. The refusal to pay members their per tliem. it is cnargeu. nan no louimatlnu nut to ro- orce them to stay to pass Glover's bill. UiitKouhe Auditor of Suite irlves facts to warrant it, such as saving the State from repudiation, no Democrat will vote for it. When the legislature -meets ou Tuesday there will be an exciting time. , From Chicago. [Special to the Cincinnati Enquirer.] CHICAGO, February 3. Kdwiu Forrest Is booked for four niirht more, next week, at the Opera-House. He Is snnnnrtcd bv a noor coiiiusriv. ami his audiences have steadily decrcasetl. Laura heeno closes her engagement nt MeVlcker's to-nieht. and Is to be suceerded by Edwin Adams, the tragedian. A dispatch front Springfield says that tlio Jury, in the trial of Ex-lost'master Armstrong, failed to airrec, and tlie trial has been continued to the June term of lMfifi, in the United States District Court. A special dispatch from St. 1'atil snvs a bill passed the Senate yesterday to allow Ramsey County to Issue .V).(HV) worth of bunds for the pursise of building a free brldire across the AHssisslnnl above Fort Snelling. From New York. NEW YORK, February 3. A -dollar counturfelt bill on the Tenth National Bank of New York was presented at tho Treasury Department yes terday. Jamaica advices to tlie 18th ultimo state that Sir Henry Storks, the newly-appointed Governor, arrived out ou the 8th. and took the oath of olllce the following day. The Legislature had convened, and promised the Governor every assistance In prosecu ting the inquiry iuto tho cause of the re cent massiU're. The Ucrald't Toronto snoclal savs that the Fenian excitement alonir the frontier Is still sui'cnding. ine,jiayor or Hamilton wns pcrsumicti fmtn arresting General Sweeney and Pres ident ltoberts, as thev passed through on tho Great Western Ituilroad. for tear it would cause the destruction of the city. Last niirht the Blcc.ker street and Fulton Ferry Kuilroad Company's stables were destroyed by lire. Seventy horses were burned to death. The loss is about $4(1.(100. Tho lltraUrt Fortress Monroe eorresixm- denteays: Jeff. Davis' Imprisonment and t.ne ptioitc execration oi nis crunus nave made him Irascible and soured his temper. 1 1 Is attention Is now chiefly given to fnttlt llndlng and reading his Bible. The Liverpool Pott states that Ellen A. O'Mahoney has arrived In Dublin, from jncw i ork. as a reutun emnassailrcss. , The Irish Attorney-general has ordered the release of twenty-five Fenians, from the United Smtes. who recently landed at Sligo, the evidence being insulllcient to warrant their detention. Canadian Affairs. TORONTO, C. W., February 3. Canada is iu arms, and the ieople still wild over an expected Fenian attack. The engines are all tired up ou frontier points to run oil' the rolling stock. Volunteers are under arms night and day. and the peo ple are deserting their homes for the inte rior. Last night a irnard wns put round the house of a Catholic priest at Sarula. On Friday morning the Mavor of Ham ilton received a telegram that Sweeney and Roberts were on the Great Western Katl .vsv, bound west, and he took the bo- lice of the city to tlie depot to arret them. lie round them quietly sleeping, hut was persuaded uol lo arrest them, lest the de struction of tbe city should folio-. Such Is the statement of the Toronto jAtaUer, but 1 guess the Mayor was the victim of a hoax, as I see Sweeney was in Cincinnati on Wednesday. At all events, it served to strike terror Into the people, who now feel certain that Sweeney means work. TORONTO, C. W., February 3. Another Steamboat Explosion--- Loss of Life. A Ss'cial to the Cincinnati Ciimerct'u dated at Mum phis yesterday evening, gives some of the particulars. .' ) The W. R. Carter, for New Orleans, ax ploded her boilers Friday morning about four o'clock, at the foot of Island No. U6, thirty-live miles above Vi ksburg. The boilers passed forward of the pilot-house, tearing away tlie forward part of the cabin and texas, and after the explosion, the lioat took fire aud continued to (mm until seven o'clock, compelling all who hail ewaisni death by the, ex plosion, to Jump Into the river. , ; The Kvenlng Star, on reaebing the scene of disaster mode every etfort to pick up inose who were rouuu swmiiuiug on noats. She soon hail every person that could be found on lioard, had returned with tliein to Vlcksburg. :' The liumltig wreck flouted down until seven o'clock, when she sunk out of slirht. I Captain Jacob S. Hard had Just gone oft watch and was never seen since. 1 wo pi lots were at the wheal, one of whom was killed, as also the uoondejerk, second mate, two har-keoiiprs, stnwanl, atoru-kncer, cbaiulier-Uialif and several other employees. Among the nine passengers lost were Ave ladies. Steamer Captured by the Shenandoan. Our Consul at Honolulu Informs the Pa parUnent ef tStato, that about one hundred Amerioan wameu, caiKurod by the pirate Shenandoali aud lamtwl on the Asora Island, had reitchcd Honolulu ou their way to tho milieu Mates. Brig Monica Lost. . Tho United States Consul, at Vera Crus, Dotille the Slate lenartmciit that one of I tlie crew of the Ms Monlao, of Pitston,! .vaiiin, nan rueiviivu tiuii. Kiri aim reporLen ' ins inaaoi tue org ac sea. ine captain and crew had abandoned tiie vessel in boats, of which, one had reached the shore. The, Captaiu's boat la still unheard from. . J i Georgia Senators. MILLEDGEVILLE, GA., Feb. 1. HemhelV.JohiiwnaocenU the Doaitioii m . . . Ofbeuator. I . . MILLEDGEVILLE, GA., Feb. 1. Monetary and Commercial. Internal Revenue. tlilt time, among r.laMes, than the pmimaml rhnn-e In ttw Internal neveiiue arfctem. The whole ty trnn baa been overhauled by a Conajmiialonitl com mittee, who In a very lengthy rejioi't have vocoin mended s aeries of Important niodlnVaf Inns. The chief am, . ,4 A reduction of the tax on dlalillcd Uuuora from ts to $1 per imllon : An evemiilion from tax of all Income lea tlisn f HKH the lax to Is) live lieroeut. on alt inroiiics love that Midi: Ad iwreawe of the tax on raw rotton nxira two to Ave cccm per iioond: A renealof tne tas sow levied on pljr.lrnn (t 40 iter ton:) coat S cent ier tun;) and vrude pell-oleum ($1 our s-allon: hurli a ri-TiMiin of the revenue nvatcin as villi look to the entire exeiniitlon from all rtl-.ect trtxa tied of tin- uiaiiiit-arturinK itidii,tt-v of the roimtrv A repeal ol the taa iiiih U-ut toliaeco: A eniiiiiiuntlon of the exintin tn.v on fermented Honors: A red net Inn of tbe tax on tlrnt.nB, aiilrtof itoi ka from 1 per (1 ( w ft ier tl.Ol ); A repe il ol nil taxi n on tHsikft. miitaztues ninl fiamphleta. loAVlne; Hie present tuxCM ou pilpei', eather etc. anrhaiised: A remlaaion of tuxi lcvloU on wearing apparel ; tA repeal of alt taxe on waL-lu-i., stiver iilate, pianoe and earrtaiceai A rciieal of all t4iaea now levied on repain of engines, ears, carries;'', Ii1hi, el4).; V rcmlufci'in of nil t:ijes uisin retail tnv'.o, s)oemiikerh milliner, and tiiilnrs: A reduction of the number of article u on Which taxes fhull lie levied, anil a irrudiuilly in. crcaod bunlen upon s few luxurlcn anil ncc -saiies. It la nrnimnel hy Ilia, mminliiinn .!.. li.. change shulj lake oltect on the lsliiny of.lulv neiii, or lit the eoiiinien'Cinc)il uf tlie next ii-.r;tt vi .ii'. While the Keneral effect or thee mriditli uti, un will lie a remi'-tinn nt fcl per cent. Imm nm-pre. ieut bimbm of lutermil Lixntion. vet the i iiniMiis Kkin culciiliitcs that, lui.li r tUc n vi-e l h uteiu. tho receli.tn from intiirinl revetnp. ,v i 1 1 Hin.iiiel c, no less tlinn 'r.Yl 0.10 IXII), ami our duties on lniK-,i-ts to $l,l.iUuUi). inn kins an anicrezuU) invunau ol i-u,: . ioi.cjo. New York Money Market. NKW YORK, Kehvu.irr M.inee is SU."'- . I rsfciS peri-eiit I'nrtull tAiiin. Mcriina ii- I'.t.ll ..."i heavy ut lm,ia'.USL. ebl is wllbout nine.:, it diango, opening nt IlOv,, U'll .ne iuL to 141)'. 'lu liiiilinr UiVrn,. mid ,1,,-tp; ii no , i'otiil exMirlA ol bn-i:ie. filol li. tiiivcmineut flocks ure vi lt.ht.at auv deciitcl chauge. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, February 3. KTiOUU A quiet nnd I'n. ii.ui -eii in. Huiierflne ts held flrintv ut $77 flu. eli ,i ;il ef familv at til 3M&I0: mill lancv at 10"V.II nii,ll sale are made dally within the i-iingu ul the aL..ve GKAIN The best grades of old red Wlie.it me very ai'.arce. and lets are genethlli', hitld ie.1 lite market. Sales eoulil In' ntielt. at a i Wljtii a5 l..r uriine samples, tint (l' Ule. hlirhcr t irencrallr ;,kcd H". 1 new rtxl is in dciuuiid ul f 1 KV--1 INI '.tit h .Id. era ask :1 Wka-luUrior uualltirs are no the market at 1(S1 m. The oircrlng ol lin n Is larire, but tliero is a itood demand und the in.irket mm steady at 64c. lor No. 1 shelled. The uneriiig!. of no. Sliauare also in ex.-ess ut the ileuimul. und price- have declined to ikvsiluc No. 1 aiv senren and are bcld nt S'.lc. live is stuudv tit Ibf. o No 1 ORIK .'KIIIKS T'hera h:is Irrnilo change In I lie market since our last. Ilie deiiKind Is f ill I' III tftkif'. Ule ftr fair to h"lrr Itit ColTti; W&MU: Inr r;i,v ttUffar: l!rI1U:(:. lui' huitl rt'llueil Uiiil VHtSt W- rui guilun for Wolnhs'. WI1ISKV-A dull market fiir Twv at j, an l for tHinlfit .it 8 Tltoi ti Ami nt $3 60. l'inut!i I. wtumly tit pi So.": 4 CINCINNATI, February 3. R. R. & P. O. Time Table. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. c n.i teb tuii.. CINOINKATI, HaHILTON AND DAYTON. - Leave ' ' ' .r.v . cin Inimtl t -iomo.latirin few a m 5-.n'iani a'astera l:lren licoosm 10,o'i a ni C o-inuMi ' .Mii.min..'ii.tioi..... :oe ' 3:iio p m A.-Gruu.iai.iu ... ,....... 7 .'si i m 410pm kxprex I.OOnin A:U)ptn i 'ni kiinatt Mail. H. li;4i a m Jlsylon A onirn'. tst-on 9 A'- ATLANTIC AND GREAT WKSTKRK. T4-aipaa -.j..ire e ie.- . m i . . IHUam f'it Kill." .., 4i.i.t. DATTOS AND JIICniOAX. t":l'l . TJAVrON. XK.NH AXI' CUVMIII 7:IS . -. 1. X n d. i ' .. 4 :i H. 1 Dl ::) p in Pittsburg bspnii INDIANA CKNT L AXt DAVTOX ANP W I S I I I'.V. 7 . 111 . . , 5 1 60 a in . c. m u. ... . , :i S. j p m Iw, i"x r... ., .. i. ii HAWnOSKT. DATTON AND tI!t('IXATI. Oi a .1. P t ei r- ella i I nirros: ! -4 tm i if-.mm ' t If'ffsif. I -! It Hats Furs. O pora-H oub o HAT STORE. Every Be-cnpi'i u of rt ai d (. p I .miles' ttiitl Chlldren'a Ftirx, Itolic-, Sto., Ac, TllK CNDKR-SUiNKD BEGS TO IN roUM the iHiblieUat UK HAS NOW OPENED, AND WtU EKK.r CONSTANTLY ON nAXD. KVIkVTHINO THAT IS JVJBW AND ItKSIH AULi:, IK Til ttOTi LUI, EwytMno in tlie Market. that is Attractive, Desirable or New WILL BS Added from Time to Time; MAKING IT OSK OW TRB Most Complete EHtaliahmeatAi, Of TBS KIMD, IN TllK STATE. Ladies and Children's FINE FURS! or TUB CHOU'KST AX1 RICHEST QUALITIKS SOLD IN TllK WEST, IT Lower than Cincinnati Price. I reapectAilly aolKJI an examination nf ttoei.. k. A IW.KUMAN ao dlra Ke.N Main ttreat, Jjajiua, Ohm &ii ul..'i.. .si'li . iw mm errat a, aau m n K , u u Bin tti as bchwaxa. aUioialax Jtuiaira OStoaT ' CAa '