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II. II. HOUI1NO.... P. U. I' ITT II DOirim. INNIMrANT. JIAYTON, OHIO Wednesday. March 7. 1866. An Obvious Fact Admitted. Tlic Sprincfllcld. Ma., llKpuhlienn, nl IIiiiiikIi steadfast In Its devotion to the so cnlloil ltopnlillcilll party. In lionnralily di.s liiiiilsliod from the common hcnl of lu eoUinporarlc by lt iiliility and -unli r. SM!akiiiK f Tn a i. Htkvknh. Ihn acknowl edged leader of till! radical ill Coiifjivsi. that journal anya: 'Mr. Stevens is natron if man. but lii fnrte is dotrnollnii. not crval'mii. His opinions are extreme; hi. ileilarcd policy reaction ary nml ruinous. Anil yet ho intends anil expi-cot to lead Conv:rr, stop liy sle, to the adoption of that policy, and will know too well how to use the present Inflamed slate of feeling ninono the ineinl-i-s lor I fit" noooniplisliinont of his piirM..e. It is his avowed determination that the exi-din-: StaU iroverninents of the South. rsratii.e(l under the diroetioii of Tresident l.liieoln and President .Inhnson. shall he nnniillcd and destroyed, and military or elvll jfov crnineiitfi cstJililishod on their ruins. It. is his determination that the property of the Sinth shall he cnnllseateil and ilisil ihnt.'d iininnjr tho freed negroes and I'liion sol diers, unci that the Southern Stales shall lie ruled tin Territories for an inilelinite KTiod. SnpHe t'onress shall he indii I toadopt eitlierof thee measures; snpKsi n hill passed for suppressing t. state irt.vcrn mciit.s w hich the Executive lias r.vi.oni.., as regularly formed and legitimate. It need no words to show that this must lead to actual collision. The President wot. Id refuse to enforee sneh an net ; he would re sist its enforcement w ith all the power in hi hands and consider himself lionnd so to do by his oath to maintain and ilcl'cnil Hit' Constitution. Ttieconscipience of sueli i .onlliit of authority hetw i the President and 'onuress are too fearful to eontcin plate. And yoU to just this calamity docs the de clared idioy of the trusted and followed leader of the House point." To this complexion hath it come at last. The above does not come from any lloino . ratie or ""Coplierhead" journal, but. from ..lie of the most ably conducted and inllneii tial Itcpuliiiciiii .aers in the very centre of old fanatical Massachusetts. The Secretary of War. The National Iiitcllitjnicir. which seems lo be thenrjran of the President, and which certainly lias, (tit ring the hist few months, foreshadowed his action upon many Im portant mutters, makes the following sitf nificiint allusion to the Secretary of War : If It be ohi'tne.l that the peculiar qualifi cations of Mr. Stanton for the extraordin ary juncture of the war justified hi in cumbency heretofore, the same reasons de monstrate the lmMdlcy of his retention in lime of iieace. Hit expulsion from the Vab ite.t by l'rctid'nt Jtifinmjii would, we can not doubt, be hailed by thr, country with nearly ttuanitnoun approbation. With all our heart (says the New York i'imcD) do we hope that the Intcllitjtitctr in dicate in tills pirruxrnpli the purpose of the President. Never can peace be fully established, never will the war against the conquered nnd submissive people of the South be dually and forever ended while Mr. Stanton retains the Portfolio of War. Away with him, then, unit let (trace once inorc reij;n throughout the laud. The Cotton Supply. The effect of the late long continued war, "iiisinffu largo decrease in our production if i otton. us well us n dilllciilly in its shi mi'iit, lias Itccu to induce England to turn her attention to raising her own cotton upon her India possessions. Consequently we b arn Hint there in a rapid increase in Uie ;.rowth of cotton in that locality asduring live mouths of lHiii, 20!l.724 bales were shipieil from lloinbay, three times the amount shipped during n similar ierlod In l"4H. At this rate, unless our ililllctilties an' speedily settled, nnd the attention of the South earnestly turned to raising a fair supply of this lliiMiiUint staple. Kuglanil w ill soon learn to supply her own demand and thus close our greatest market. Before the rebellion we had a monopoly t.r tin- wholecotton tratle. Out of 1.2-JI.OU) bales supplied to KuroM-in ISIHI, we fur iiMioil :t,nl.KlO bales yet ill IsuS ' mt of :i.is;i;.()'KI bales used ill F.iiroiM-, only Itsil.lKiO bales were from the I'nited States, l'orthe pre..nt year Kiirnpcan inauiifai Hirers ex port to receive at least throe-fourths of licit- supply from India, Kgypt and llrnzil. The Washington corresiMindcnt of the New York Erprrtt thinks (.inventor ox, of Ohio, is "endeavoring to conciliate matins among his pnlitienl friends In the Ohio del egation. The rcMirt of the conversation hi. Ii lie hud with Hie Prcs'nlcut excites coiisidentble commeut. It Is evident that lie can make no headway with the Ohio licpiiblicnns in Congress. Nearly all of them a re hopelessly wedded to the doctrines of Toad. Stkvk.nh. Mr. Hki.axo, from the Knox District, Is, I believe, the only con servative man of that party In the House from his State." Good Hit. The New York Timet, a iatcr which can not lie accused of '"disloyalty." Is responsi ble for the following: We untie that several Senators nnd Jtep rcseittatlvi'S have grossly nmrlectpil the first duty of a member of the Thirty-ninth Con gress. At least fifteen or twenty of them have us yet failed to introduce ail amend ment lo !be Constitution 1 Whul will their constituents gay to ICepreseiitulivcs of so t-itmll inventive faculty lis to be confessedly unable to tinker the organic law f Some itineiitlmcnU art) urgently needed ; for lit staui e, one to amend the constitution of Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, and give hint a sweeter temper. KvuoKKii Catasthoi'iik. It is rumored that wiutubodv about the Journal ollice I'liuti il, the other evening, ut the sight of those eggs. They, doubtless, put him In mind of ','Auld l.ang Syne." Correction. To tiik Kkitoh ny Ttr: Kmi-irk : lit jus- t'u e to myself, us well ns to the meeting which aiweinlile'.t at ( leng nail, on satur- dy evening last, 1 deem it Proper to suite. list them win tin error In the nroeoethnifs. so f;ir as my nunc is eonctTneA-l w as tVot chosen by 'the meeting, mtonooflts Vice Presidents, and should not have been so re - 'TV':!'., '!! f:."',,i.1. o"'' r"", yZT'Jt,'nl.u!l nwt .n in if. i.i n. correction, iMvause I tint not fully svmpa thi.e with the speeillc object of the meet - inf. as extiressed in t he iiiililishcsl call, lur- stiant to which it assembled ; but, simply because I do not desire to slmre in honors, to which I am not fairly entitled. 1 am free to say lliat'l rejoice nt the pub- lie expressions of approval ol the srunmnir blow given by the President ill Ins recent veto, to one of the radical and destructive schemes of the present revolutionary ma jority lu Congress. I lie sound general m ini iiilcs emniclatiMl In, his Itold. courajre- oits. and statesinanlike message, are Indeed wen inneo. anil coiuiliemi iiieios:i,cs to me ireful attention, and favourable considera- x : , " :v k ; ..... .... s...... ... r. . i..:.... . j. "" " j Vr thi occasion to express mv decided indorse- ment and approval of the veto. I have long entertained the conviction that many of the influential leaders of the party i'n iHover, have been sclifiinng for voars, to overthrow Constitutional Covernment In thi country, and substitute, in lieu thereof, if possible, 'a iK'ruiancnt, and irresKinsble desjMitisin. The passage of the. "Krecd tnen's r.ureau I'iil" by the large, and strictly party majority, of this ottusi Con gress, 'together with their declared denial of the right of reiin sentatio'i in the Legis lative ltepiirtinetit of the Covernineut. to the several States recently in rcUalion. but now in submission to the. Kcdcial author ity, arc unmistakable steps in Unit direction. 1 can not but rejoice, theiel'ore. at the. noble, and patriot it: work, which the President, hy this well timed veto, basso auspiciously begun, and I feel tin: utmost assurance, iii view of the character, the traditions, ami the history of the American people, that he w ill be triumphantly sustained by them in thus wresting from the bunds of an Ille gally organized Congress coinHisfd ol liep resentutives from only two thirds of the States of the Federal Union, u usurped power, designed for the total subversion of Constitutional Liberty. lie has thus checked their dangerous nnd revolutionary schemes, by this glorious iuterMisition (if the fiower vested in him by the Constitu tion, and one almost universal shout of 'Well done good and faithful servant." Is Hashed over the s ires to the Capital, from public assemblies In all parts of the coun try. Hut while I am willing, most heartily, to indorse, ami applaud this one, great art. of President Johnson, mid pass it to his credit, for nil it is worth, 1 can not forget his ninny grovious errors of the past. 1 will not attempt to recount these errors, but have only to say that, I for one, am not quite ready, to consent to receive, and re ndopt him itgaiti, into the great Democratic family, from which he strayed oil' in 1801. Neither am I entirely willing to express any very high degree of coutidence in him for the future, until he .shall have purged himself of his past iniquities, by an ade (imte repentance. I confess that this veto lurnishes some reason to hope, that he is about entering uiHin "works meet for rtqtcntence," nnd if he per severes in the course indicated by his message, firmly and steadily stem ming the tide of fanaticism, which is being organized against hint, for the residue of his term, as the Democracy have been do ing for live years past, through all manner of trials, he may yet be forgiven by that party for his past sins. Let us then hope that he will truly '"repent and turn himself from all bis transgressions,'' so Unit "in iquity shall not be h is ruin." "Casting away all bis transgressions whereby he has transgressed, and make himself a new heart and a new spirit." Meunwliile, 1 trust he may receive all proper aid -mid encourage ment from the Democratic party. X he uni versal approval of the Democracy, as well as the general rejoicing of the conservative portion of the party by which he was elected, are tangible evidences that ail is not yet lost, but that by a judicious use of the mm Hons ol lu.s imiortniit truslfwith llie aid and encouragement of the great body of the Hople. he may yet become a great Deliverer, and bechielly Instrumental in restoring to the American people a re united, a happv and a free (iovcrnment, in spite of the ellbrts of this recreant and rev olutionary ('ongress to the contrary. ltcspcctfiillv, DAVID A. HOUK, Dayton, March 7th, 1866. THE COLORED CALENDAR. Progress of Brother Bones towards the Ballot-box. [From our Exchanges.] . The (Jiurlt-stou 'papers ay that one-half ot the negro population ol South Carolina has disappeared mostly dead. Three thousand negro troops nre to be mustered out of the service during the week at Charleston. S. C, and they are now wailing for the April divided on ihe first (and lust) $11. 7! 7,00(1. j ) . j , ) I : ; , The Lynchburg Daily Xeva says thut a negro forger was arrested in Petersburg on Wednesday. This is tin: lirst ease of the kind that has ever occurred there, ami the negro has only reeently lteeit graduated from a "colored school." When he left, the writing class was getting along llnely. A gentleman who has been travelling through Mississippi is satisfied that not one cotton plantation In ten will be planted this year, so disorganized is the system of litltor; und, taking that State as any crite rion, that there will not be KOO.0OO bales of cotton raised in the United States this year. The Mobile Advertiter and Ilnjister says : "We do not doubt that more Southern negroes have died of disease, caused by im providence in astute of freedom for which they were utterly unprepared, than have fallen by the sword In the armies of both the North ulid South In the late sanguinary conflict." The Alexnndrbi, Vn, Despatch makes a Ifontl lilt when it Miya the vole tif Mewra. Vlllev mill Van Winkle, tint two Si iintiini from West Vlrliiiii. u Statt" wriiiiL't'iillv udniittcil into lliu Union to imirtlly tliu South, tnrnetl the Beule iininsL ilie'ltit.li enU on the V"Ui tlain the veto. Wrongs, like ctirxcR nnd ehlrkeint, eonie liunie to roost. The Comtiluiiunal Union ( Wajjliinctoii) tlnia Hpcaks of the (icnerul Knriniind IMano Donation Hill for black: The lUdii iil bill, known aa the '"Kreeil iiien'a Hiirean Hill." wliich wait K.iliniitl, d to the I'reaiileiit u I'ew ilaya Hln. e. hits liuen returned, vetoed ill every neelion I 'I'll in Id tint llie eoimlht. 'lit iteliou ol lliu I'r.wiilenl a lailicv, anil if the inaiic;iiraiiiiii of a new era in the history oi llie lit pnhlic ! it Idooms Kadicalistn inin.,lr I ......,..t ..t.,.. j death, and marks the Iniiuci.lato return of the round y to prositeritr, harmony, pcare. - ...i,, s,. I Kred Imuglast Is -arisKtcralic." being . . ... . .i..i.i.. nM tn 1)8 '"'' th "a tlf- teen hundred dollar nlgirt'i"' The corre. 1 9tor.detit of the Cincinnati Cumwu'rcnie 1 nft,'r M-eaklng of his refusal to sit In the I J "" whiwytt; ! In conversation with n bulv who iind ' Known iiini wlioh li l 1 ;l slave in Mary- land, she aid inquiringly : ' r ntu 1 ns to know you down on the ; Eastern Shore; you belonged lo ; how came you t t say in your Isiok that you neiouctl to one of the extensive slavt owners ?' "Oh. now. Mrs ." replied r'retl. I "you Know then) p'xir families W"n of no accousd. w us the sali.sf.M bry reply - "- GLEANINGS FROM THE MAILS. I Ion The Post-olllce building at AVaMiln ff" " '""id dnars tor ga outing tlic month of Kebruarv w,ipm w,,l,, except ih,. ;! 1 "wi-ontce. is closed at four o'clock, the ostuiiistt r (ieneral has ..r.l, I il, off and petroleum used lu its stead. on the 11 th nf., Edward L. Dawson, n nunerust i' ami Collector of the tow n tif """", Morran eountv. Ill H...1 ,.iii. flu.msi oi me puniie mo'ievs which he had collected. He was arresled lu New York, last week, just as he was nUiiit. to sail r.ir t.iuama. wn tns person w as found --, including; ins passage ticket. The Lincoln (Delaware) Herald i on-'rat-uhit.es the people of that State, that owin" lo the killing of the peach buds in New Jersey, the Delaware peaches will coiiiin and a good price tills year. it. savs t hat altliou 'h many ol the s"!u h buds in Delaware v. ere injured by the l ist cold weather, yet, them are etioiigli unhurt to insure a laige cn.;. Ai.,,.,,,1.. c i. .11 . ,. . .... A.....!, i , ,,.., it. gcueraiiv Known asi the tottmler of the Disciple denoniiiialiun f' V'":i-,"r:'""1 "I"'"""1"- th.-.I..L'ill,: ...... s.-. iiut us alienator. Hied nt Ins re. i- denee It tletliKliV. near heel in.'. iritillia. Sunday id; ht. in the seven! y-eiirti ri vcar of ids age. His . I. ...tl. 1...J l....;,. .V. .:. ... '. innoii-lv .... too... ...,t 1 111.11 tin I) announced. Strong ell'orts are being made for tut" re- esiuuiisninent ol the (iovertimeiit. t-uu-hiiii and arsenal at Harper's Kerry. It Is thoiight Hint two millions of dollars will replace the hiovorn incut proTl v there as it existed beforu the war. Orders have been Issued to remove the remalnlni' prop erty from there to Springileld, Mass. Mr. Teter (Irlllith. of Ilillslioro. Ohio. Za tf, j:!lS;,IiDayt0il tinniiti. on Sunday morniiig.'by u couple ofi liJ'X't Mrr his flight's experience, he had fallen anion iiueve.-t, when or w here he could not tell, who hail robbed him of over i;0u in Treas ury notes. The American stciimcr Vncle Sam 1ms neen seizeti at ruiiumu on suspicion of be itigengugctl in bindingsupiilles liirtheSnai Nil squadron. Kilty 1'ertivian sohliers have been placed us a guard over her. pending the investigalioii of the matter. Gen. Meade publishes a card lu the Phil adelphia Kvenlug Teliaraph denying the truth of the report that he has been tusked by the President to allow tins use of his name In the Pennsylvania Democratic Con vention. Krv. Jacob Taylor, one of the oldest citi zens of Piketon. Ohio, died at that place on Thursdiiy morning. He was born in what is now I'airlicl.l cnuniv. about the year 17H7. five years before Ohio was admitted into the laii.ni. lie served in the i w ir of lSli nml was w ith Colon"! Crogl.nn al K.irl. Sanders, Kentucky, when In-sieged l.y Indi ans, lu lsl.-, I.,, represented Pike, and Adams counties Lithe Legislature, mid in IK.-.;! and in 1.S53 was elected sheritl of pike county. Two of the live thieves who robbed the Idiiieil states Kx press In St. Louis a few weeks ago have been arrested, and about' $20.0(i0 recovered; If ItUHXI being, it is be lieved, in the hands of th other robbers. ! Miss Lucy Shipley, of .Jersey ( hy, wiis! fatally burned on Wednesday nivrhi,. Her dress took tire from the stove, an, I In her i agitation fhe oyertmned a kerosene, lamp, I enveloping herself in llaines. Her hotly was burned nearly to a crisp. " j The St. Joseph f.'udiM of the 1st Insf. sa s ' that a large iM.rlion of the w inter w heat I crop in that vicinity has been severely in jured. Some of the farmers even intend' plow ing up their Ik Ids. and sowin' si.riuo ' whent. . " i ., Thtirlow W 1 has sold his residence in Reaver street. Albany, for li(KK), and pur chased the mansion of .Mr. lilatehr.u'd, on Twelfth street. .New Vork. $."i(MHr.), where newlll permanently reside, savs the Albauv 1 Arytn. ' " The strike of thn gla.su oM"rat,nrs In i l'ltt.sl.orir Is ovor '1'I.m ...v..,o .. ufucturcrsU) reduce wages failed, and. on agrci ing to give former rates, tli iwent' to work. I Cleveland papers say that the' peach biulsi have tieen killed alonir the lake shore, a,., I that the crop will be an entire failure this year. berries have also been great I v ilain- ugeil. , The Presitlent has ordered the .mid b... longing lo the liiehmond Jianks. which lots for Home time been on sncciul deiuu.it -n the National Treasury, to be restored. Ilishoti Lynch, of Charleston. 1,,'niaUn.r apH'al for aid to rebuild dosfniveil churches at ths Soutli. lie says : "roroet Ihe pasi, and heul the sad wm'intlsof the past j.it'.r years of trial." The Wiishinc'tou filar says (but the C.iv- ernuient w ill not try Scmmes, having decl tled that be was duly paroled on the sur render oi .loiiiifion s unity in Sherman. On Friday, the 10th. Mrs. Martha II ,.,.- stable died ut her residence hi Marshal, Clark county, 111., lu her IHtli year. Her grunuiuuiers were both revolutionary jdiers, one a Captain ofarlillery in St. Clair's i"'"iy. ni' t1"-' '"'ei' Mirenn nf Julriek """y reu'iiiieni, nt.si u iioitinn l.nnl Driiiiiinonil, roval (lm. rnnr nf Yiririitia. l . .. e .. I mm , 1 1 i r nri 1.IUHT, t nan .-!. tjiniie, .u( ttevcnil timed Clerk of tiie llt.ii-f i.nti'iivst titaliv. a (it Ohio, mill atfunviii.l inoveil tn HlinniM, and lieeaine ir.uirieti.r of Uie town uf Ul. Carmel, in liiiO. The Riniresa Kiient lia ina.le an.ither nenaation In the faahionaliie word. A 1'aria eorivaM)iident of the AVr.f writes: "A ter rlhlu rtltnor hum tin ul.it inir y eaten lay in the aiil. miii. Crinolinu Is ' in daiiirer. Neither the hinprc.vt nor her Indies of honor wore it ul thu dinner on Monday at the 'I tiillt ritw. Von here mm! the eons... (.lencea oi mat rei.irm in me com t, w hich, if it U." co.iliiincd, will t .iiiiili...y dcalroy unhappy crinoline." City Election. ANTIIOMV WDIIMi acsn.lHl.iwri.rro el.s-tlott to the oiB.- of Ciljr iDtlrmsry lirer.tor-Htih)er.l lo n uir.HKin ot uie city Iumocrtio (Jonreiition ' I jii.sj Mit-AIN, ten, nill JIjIIM MiCAIS UlLtll UI'l.l'bL'li ....... ... ... stcijvot uk tiw Mermirtit ef tint Iteinix nilio ( eaventluii ol' life city nr Hit) Uui, vi lie liulil on satin luy Kveiiinir. Mnn ti 10 City Election. Special Notices. Ohio State Board of Agriculture. Tttunf will lie a uieiiiiii: uf the oiitn stale liimnt of Arir.iilturti initio A;riiiltur!tl ttisinis in Vo liimlius, Clini hi Tuiis'lny, llni 11th of Mitn tt, for "'e T'l'l-'-e "f !ar.illn,r Die State K.lir for anil .ithor tliliuis.s. I'n.sk.itls lor the lu.jil.Miii r Ui K.ilr will lie rercirotl until ihhui of Unit day. by oiili'i- ot Uiu Itonnl. r.;i,m it joiin it. KMftwiei". sr-v. ! loer nsrHtt'. Hot Air t itrnucc. ) t nluiiiliiiH. 1 ..l.i ubrv 15. IMS. Tn Wlumi thlt trxiy (tiMtrn: IV.it Martin, of t :initan.iti. fins ptwcl iii Pat cn liupiovuit llit Air lu i in v in our flitdl Hchoo! in I Itistrlit.tiliool No. 6. 'Hie VmMm ill Hi-trirt No. 5 tiavo boeu in use tin years; Ihiwc In Uie llitfh Si Ihi1 (JnriiiK this winter. So lur Kiev h 'e given cntit siMsfnednn. K..r tsllie.it an y in wanning, ifiialily oC h:'at. ts'ononty of fuel, unit pronilitucKN "f aelinn, Ih.'y ileserve sihs-IuI coin, inen.l.iti.in. t I'lu'inlull) n.tiiniineiiil Mr. .M.utsn's Kun.aees to any 1io nmydesiioanexK-llenl inoite ot iK allnif. K. it. KiNi;st.i:v. llit of I'utilip. H l).,l of l eliiiiihlis. li I.S-lln.1 MICDICAL NOTICIO. l. C I'lll H tuny lie imull.il as fallows: l.l SKMA at thn l)esit i:ntinK House, on Tlnns d.i;s. .Nov Hi. l.-r..S8, Keh.4, M.in li S, A,irll la. hi DWl'.lN at Hi,. I"hilli.s l!,ui-, on Kri,lus Nov i!t lie,-. ."I, IVIi. Si. March 11. April I I " ' la TliuV .it the Morris llnas.v ou s.ituoli.vs ! Murrtt in. April 14. in M-Ki.i;ru:i.i ,,i ihn W illis iuu-c on l'l'"i'..la), Nov. au, Jan. 4, Keli. , Jianli 10, A!,,nr' !'.,m: i:,.,n.os.n each of,. ...... ;. s. thut he has rem -lv viMic.l rr n,. ,.,Vi 'v'11 year ., nn.l n he has trcate t unit ciiri .l nu...v .. :. , . ' ""'".' " l"acc. no r ........... ... , . ,ic aoovc eiaces. lie can i.' v ""' oi r, i.-renccs in each i.lace as to his skill . i, t:.ii nun ures mi varieties of ( hromc .h-casos. mclu.'.lai; tin,,., ot the Kvo Hint lunkcs no rh.iiKO tor ronsiill'ilioi,; lint if tl".e l.ocoi,.t hiiii,l,.,irclrtiitiil. i.t. hu chariros a-'l tor III. Mclicini-s. Molicim s th it will last n patient from four tn i inoulhs, rust Ironl Kive to 'I hutv dollars, in ( u-li AiMresa: " Dr. K CON K. . coi.i.Miius, oiiio. niv;5-ili v City Election. Special Notices. New Advertisements. & Grccncastlc Property A'r Master Commissioner's Sale. K.nii' Alimm Mrahi.t Iavil t. uu k ut. ul. Sui!i-iiir toiiit. V ntSUAXT TO AN oi;rv.i? iv at v ihh'.vii i.iMLiin-. i.-.i ut niu iy i in- su:t;rii.r Court o' MiMitnniivrv rmintv, iHiiu. ut the f-Vl.riurv U'nn ( ouix lloi.Mi. iii Uie city ol ItuvUui in Haiti county ON SA I t H11A V, Al'lHI, 7, IHOII. At l.i'.lo k I- M ol sail iluy. the loll, .wii.ir several puii o.s oi real tau.te situate in tl.o city ol DuvUoi. Ii vi . i i. MUt Ul vu.ii Lit) ul 11 No. Slot duly appraised ut - No 3ISS " " .no. awn - No. IM " " No nv.rj " fi two on - ' UJ - 1.H.KI hu 1611 tJ loo on Anil a .art ol' lot No. .'KHlft. ,.,-,.. t , in .... i oi saei lot mm l uiiuui then. ea-iM'O.ll.v alo.. the nortiiern line ol' sai, lot. 'ft .. . v. ....... , .., ,,llv oiiK.es so iiin.vanuv, s r anil m inclie.. e oie or less, lollie mi, Ml,. (lr s u,l lot; tiicn. e nt riK.il-aiiKlet, it. t. aoll.v :il leet to .... .. ,...,..,,., ; meacu nortnwunllv uhi ix soul wesiein lino t.) the pi, fo of iM.jdiiiiiic'' unit a .,,ix oi lot :i.h. Imv-hiiimik ut the north cist I"'." ! to torn it., outt ruiiiiu.y iiu-nco t.estwantlv u ilh its nuithern line. Ut leil: thinco al l iirhtui.- irlisocilianuy tl leel II in. his. innre or !,. to tui-u.-e at re.-iil auulcH east- oi toe eusi iintioi s.ii.i i,,t; ihentc north H.o-ll) w ith the fust line o- sai'l lot to Ihe iil;-e o i)c..,iiii.iui(. .sa,. parts ol said lots .No. aif. itu.t liuH ,'!''.'""',',.'il ,'?,' '"' t . e-iit'i.i.i no tti.ir.uer, navu ikyii ui- .tmi-tin eiiiowin;: real e t ile s tnnte mi the lm, .. ... ,,, ,,,,,,,- , .,i,,nii,,,e. au'l ilesci ils',1, iimiils re I us I, .How s lo.tvit Lot No. 11 .Inlj .i;i,i,.o.se.l lit . . j 1 , 1(1.1 .'i is .'. " ft" 111 " . - en. 1.,. Is.ts No. n anil II and the e.ist hall' ol'lol No. 7 lu saiiiuovn ol t.i'ecaca.stlr. loir, thcr uli alt that ........... ).!., :i ... i:n oounilin ,S It.llt.OS Vi," iK-iniilois al (he noi-tli-c.ist corner of siti.l l..( No 5 noil I'lililillis' tin-lift; nest u,inK nuiulu'reil !i' Ii an. I oi.u hall ol lot No. t.i ,,,. io relot of Ih,. ;,, (lurk; tl.eiicu SI- nest tillliMini I lurk's line "I IKiles an, I 10 linLs to UanicM. s line: thenoi ilue ,:s.l kIiiilk ail Itar.ieU'a line ol' laud l.iu-lv mi ni., , ' 'I'l" " ."..', ; Luenco soiini ai'iief mii.i ii.oi- 0o. lino loiho place, ol U Kiimins'. eoiiluiuiiiK ',e ucru mole or U-sk. . Haiti lots. No. 5, 8 and the cast hair or No. 1 to. t;.'ilo i' v. ith tlic onn m-rci.liovu ttehc.rilie.1 t.ruull l.is'elht:r Only uu'lu aistsl ut $11110 CO. s.uil real estuui run not .sell lor lei,s than 5 ol the als.ve aiirai.selueut. as shown hy the linuis-t at tacheil to the several- paretlM ;ts alsive set iorlh. I'ei hip of sale, eahli. r.ai-1 real .wlaie. i ni ho bilil on n tlerive of sni.t .Sii.i iior (ouil ivu l.av.l iisainst IIut,,I Clark, luul lu luvor ol tl.o t'oniit) Coi.tniissionurs of Mo.il. soiut t CouuU', Ohio. JIA VII) A. IIOIIK. Master t,oniitiiKsjouer. tll'I.IS A I AIIII.L. Alt'y. maif .lStT MONTGOMERY COUNTY AGRICUL- RAL SOCIETY. rn IIK MKMBK1IS OK TIIK HOAIII) OK V" T""' """"T gnt uiiurai Sts i. tv are l.t'ivtiv i.otill.Hl nn.l iv.itesl... to ii.e.,t.al t he Au.ii- t,ir s oiii.e, Haluoiay loin uist.. al s o'..o, ii p. m t ns iitisiness ol' iiuis.i-tuiitsj will ht; liraosUl htflore tilt, meetlli, 11. onler: tuaifaUt 'If. 11. IIAIi.-dl.MA.N, t'lesidolit. tie lore T. II. Tlitt Iietl J. p, unyan I'atvDthip, AtutilKuiuery l'o. (lul. loshuit t Iciiieuts I'laiutiir vs Moses ft. Walker liel'e.ulaiit. Ti UK DKKKXDANT H'lM, TAKK X(. II. h in .1 on thu J llh .lay or Feurimrv. IMW. llie soul Justice issucil in. or.lt r of :ittacliiii...t in the i.is.ve a. inn. for tlisnsi ( use set lm trial on Uiu to.li tiny ol March, l.-sio. .lislli:. t f.KMKSTS W II fiH. V II. I K Attorney. j .iiinj ilnn 35 Cigar-Makers Wanted. Wi: WISH TO KM1-I.OY tiiikty- II ve ti.Msl t.'iir...'.Makeri. I or I ho inloruialion ol the ri alt. wo w ill say Unit tho ohiectioun c.mi.laiil.sl oi l.y the HavU. . i t:iKar-jf:.kers Cuion ai-e entirely re.....vH.t. an.! we now eouioriu to the rulea of lite ivN'.etv in. tai.t .Hin u. ii. .l f'lt Wlll.r, HA( ON CO. . M,,.., Till., TKXTION IS CAI.I.KK TO M..I... iii reliiuv ...... ... n,.ii,.jnii,, ... ...u r.Hie ...tn ina I this ih lion. I no Malu streel . treel . to IIH Hall, street, M l,.l,,c X flea.,! ill the ru no now orruitieit l.y : mar B I , II. sciiwAi.z uksiki.tkuu.y i(K-' Ot hsl.-s his liunierous euslouiura 1111,1 all those ul.o.lo no Kino an.l hlvli.h t loth, iik lor Npri.u S e ,r. lo rail oi. I. i in lien ill Ins lai :;o ami iu.iii- I tntshoua boose, lie lluiu sli-eet. where they will lliel, the iliiestselicon oi l lolhing an.l at lower pr.cea loan ever u.iie.l ill this eoiinuiiiiltr. mart T. IIK KACil.K CI.OTIIIV(i UTOIIK win .hi reoittvei. in in o w ccks, t.i H .slain street lll.ee .loora south ol the Market House inure is , of wo to our n,T ol "'" . too buy Ills will Amusements. r pUICNKIlS' OPKKA-H0178H- MR. JAMES M. WEIILI THE OltEAT PIANIST, Will Give a Grand Concert, ON Wedncwliiy Evenliiff Marx It 7, ASMtHTED 11V M'LLE FRIDA. DE GEBELE, TIIK KMINRNT CONTRALTO, iND MK. H. V. (JAMPI1EM, Th Distinznithml Itn-no. miisk;ai. oiiint.-roH - . . m k. ii autm s Admission. IW rts. tteorvt Seiil. rli extra Itekft !.. Ilex A Kenn.y. Mail,- store Sal, or I lekets rill roinntenr, Monilnv. Mnn hB T-' '"""rt nii oinmen. eat Ho'i lo. k. the Planus unsl hyMr.Whvll si till his ( on. oils. aro th New S. ale. I onrBi t tli-aud's. tieelu liv Kn- "roadway, Nuw ork, anil ail. Vt lUslih.irt'iTi streel, ll.ialon. Tlie.o Piaiuw were awnr.le.1 llio Kllt.ST PKIZB a t.ol.l Misiul. ut the Kxlilhilion of IHIlb. Amusements. New Advertisements. NOTICE. Va: N AHSDAl. A. fuv. iiavk a iv. '"". ",MI !icsm. I-. 1M . MAI1MAN i,L'!, bKK, il.iiiinr from Kebruarv 111. IN, Ihi' lili.lness lln.l.r the III .n mo if V A N M'NliAI., HAItMA.N Jill, willln.coutiliu.sl nt No 74 M t.it street, llayton, Ohio. NEW FIRM. VAN AUSDAIVHARMAN & CO. Wholesale and Retail 1)11 liS IN ! ri i, I l..r til !.., ;., l-uix-r ll.i.iit.iiK,, I sriain riKlx, nindiiukhita,l,aca Ittiin.isl., Nhoeitngn, Ac. -Vo. 7 4, MAIN STREET, nib-Mtl DAYTON, t. ! II tKMOVAL TIIK KAfll.E 1:1 ivtninki sioro .till hereartur lie llie Ouest tmtatilishmrnt in Itayton. in u n MEW ESTABLISHMENT. AMIION 41II.H Opora-nouBo HAT STORE. nverj- Description or Rat anil Cp, Uidh'H' and Cltildrcti's Fum, ltolx, rp L--. 1 IIK UXDF.RSIGNED ItFtJIs TO IV KlR.M the pnhllcttiHt IIK II A3 NOW OPKNED, AND WILL KRKP t;OXSTANTLV ON HANI). RVKRYTftlNO THAT IH SEW A Kit DKSlllA 111,1!, ' IX TUB ABOTK tlMK, Everything in tin) Market. THAT IH Attractive, Desirable or New WILL BK Added from Time to Time; MAKING IT ONF OP TIIK Moat Complete Satalishmenta or TUB KIND, IN TIIK STATIi Ladies and Children's FINE F URS! OF TIIK CHOICEST ANI UICHKS'I tiUAI.ITIF;S SOU) IN THE WKS-i. AT Lower than Cincinnati Prices. i ri!!:lfully sollcltun e.xamntlon ot sbick i.i. v. . ,K- A- HKI'KMAN. IceS-dly No. 91 Main Mruut, Uuyton. Ohio Greatest Invention of tho Ago. AdrantnyeHof Self-Mainina Flour. 1 IIK SAVING OF TIME INVItEI'AU fNUitforlho oon, ami the certainty of the re. suits In any ulin.aU). .lillurcuco of tiinieratiira not enuelniK i'l hill, the IcrinciitiliK firotaw hy yeiutt osei.t.ally leM!.i.lcDton tpiwntlura. mi, I cau not ho omU with success in eithur verv hot or Tory fyihl cllll.lltos. an.l with evttrv rweifllu several hour., abil a uien ,ury uil.rtaln III lt resuiu. iT'.r'V.r-!i " CMUK wllllM.foiiii.1 lecl.tettlv tho uh.ntiM.st tlo.t ei.n lu, ..H.ut r..r ...... u.. hohl .urse, 8AVfN(J TlttKTY I'KK IIKNT In huttor anil okkti, and making the most miK-rior hroan. Illit liwtry, rjiko. pu.l.lins. din.o.iinm,, lialttT an.l vrl. 1,11a cakea. etn . with mn., J tin.." an.l trouble. ' I i mictions tor lialnx. acoomianylng each oack ;iKc". For sale in aacka or hy tho barrel at T. R. CILLIS' FLOUR STORE ! Kourth street, iust east or Mln li.vo... o.i whero nil ortlrra abotthl be Ml.lruaso.1. ' 'uee.n.Nir . 118 MAIN STRKKT II. HWAItZ RE. JllRSi'S hill CIIMtunitiM Lu rftnnniU. hi. Nuiiilmr where him fiitura huatii. ..i,,... .um i. uti no mum 11. mtMuhig Kinpiru OUico. WaH( A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. II A VINO rtllMirASKD t S A I. l.KAIir iil.lish."il) tlu sos k an.l llxtures of thu well known .tan, I or Mr. f'llft.l.lt h I.. .I'KKIl'.s aiv preparud uosv to odor groat fntutxu,i.U buyers of READY-HADE CLOTEIKG, olher line of Cauls tone rally lout lu nu.. tuitl thert'Wilh: anil in tlnnig ao. make it. .,. .1... I olijei t not only to riKCCKK thu largo tnele , pretletumsor so richly an.l tluaorvotily ei.loye.l bill. it poj.tl.Ui . tol.Nl ItKAKKthesaiueUithoftill.' I osteUn.t. To this we feel ourselves nat tliulii.lv I (.iialileil Iron, the tm U.at U.U .111 to , branch -Wholesale K-titbllKhincHt . ...n.H,.., Maii,,u o. selling at .Mms . I eral.lo lesa prlrea, it.gethir with the iuiporniiit ituiii.nottolH.loatslgi.tof. that thu (iuutlM um superior tiiiality. make ujul ll.i.sb. ,,"ur ","rk.,!.il1 r.";i"' fl1" "ne "f'l.olce (lolhiug atitKiooU" furnish hi (hasls ul.,.l,i. .... 1'tooe-ll.Ki.la, such as I loths, ( -ass.i.i, rs Vilii,.. "r""'"'"! ""afttt' r win. a largo select ..u ".-.'""' ft-. of lutoat .ttsugns, t,. suit aur.h eusl.unerj aa ureter vo nave uivlr nieasuns taken, in wbi.iU iustanru a eotnplc u. nt will he guarantee.! 11 H.liUin. as, e.l.au) atUiiitiou to, ami lair' .foaling ,JZt w7.it i:""v';w.'.:"luv I'leaso .'all autl ace for yourself. Hcineniliir U.e firm. I I" hi K M'H.s lii;o Huetxiaaora lu Pbilllu Kloofur. ill Thlnl at f')a- Ohio. marlluJAu llaytou, Pkliruury M, letW 1 ' llOlf AT THIS. ItKMON A I. I lON'T yoor Spring ( lolhiug ht f.i.cHchnurx g. t's int.. large sl-.r... when bis spiou,ti, styles of g.Msl. arrive lu large quantitus. wart t Amusements. Fridny nntl Snturtlny EreniuitM IRIMNDSIftLirBE FRRIi The Feniani Shall Save Her! H 0 0 P E nTVl T Z PAT RICK'S Grand Tableaux of Ireiancl. Itein.eiitinir the stuUior Irelan.f. pa-f nn.l ore . flit, im.ler lliihsli role, nml alto the tut.,,,, nn.l,.. t le l.overmnrnt of her own noun, when lr. i.,11.1 - Twenty-two Star Performers! SONUS, DANCKS AND KKc lTATON'. W'enrln ortht, Hrepti " "Krln Hli.ill lH. yv ,. " V' Kr'"" "nw ''"-t Kiolhinx liomv" ll.il.ler'Hiierlll.,"t nn.l oilier ix'i.lll ilui ,m ' for Mtrtif.iln m ,.. ill hilli. A,lmiion V.l'ly c"""'- inaiT-lltl rpuitNKiw oii:itA-ii(irsi:.- j. tn w. tn. ti iim:h. f "prletnre Hnr) ITIioiHuera. K " Ti.tiiHgrr. KiiKiiement or the Popular Yonii Traitiilini. MR. JOHN MoCULIXlUOIT. TlMirwlny Kvi-nliitMim i, s, mix:. InoL1'' ""pear a MAI P.Kflf. io rlhake,e.ire'ii suhll.ue tr.tuvlj of MACBETH, OF SCOTLAND. M, ,,elh Mm. If. A. ferry Kri.lity. flAMONnli.l fYflllAS -(illANlt MATINKl: S'ltiinluv nflernoon nt half .at Inn oclocl 8hakeiiK"iii-.eB ( oii.wly of TAMING A SIIItEW. AND QfllKT FAMfl.Y. r, Amusements. Ladies' Fair. OERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH FAIR. J HE LADIES OK THE fl K li M A N u TiiKiiAN tfn;K;fi, st j.,h,i"., (h..,. mV t rlUe. Tastor.) will hold a t'Aflt in Booltol Uall, Commetieilig on MONDAY KVKN fNU, allh (nsl , for the purptwe of raising meain U.wanl huihliug a new Church. A fliuio. tJuhinef Organ, Rowing Machine, un.l a large variety of obolee g.Kj.ta iu among the at tractions ottered. loll IW.gwd THE COMMHTKK. Amusements. Ladies' Fair. Music. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, DAYTON, O. ' Mil. J. ZUXDKTj WOUI.l) ItKSI'KCT Ktlf.I.Y anno.inee that tie will n'relvu irivit4. ("tulle t No. K St. Clair atreet, until aoine lime in March, whon he wiltoien his Institute ut No i; Jullenion atreot. VOICK-TUAIN1HQ Will lie taught In prlTate, or In small classes oi rront two to live ptiyita. . JOHN 7.IINIIKI., lai.S7 .ltr Ko. o 8t. Ualr atn-Rl. Miscellaneous. 3CHAEFFER HOUSt! GEUMANTOWN, ' ICor Salo. TnE UNDKRSIONKD, TNTKNI1IM4 to change hu buainesa, oirora for aule his larh'e ami COMMODIOUS IIOTIJL! Hlttiatetl In t?crmant4iwn, Montiromnry .o.n.tv ( This Is one of tho liest an.l moat il.wlritl.le .iroii. erties In tiennantonti. baving Istren built oiiressl c r.ir a Hotel, ofthe lieat quality of I. rick, nidi aii oiien-atoue-front, three atoriea, 8! feet front hy 11 (leep. l"hure are T M It KH LOTH Krout I. n ll fisat on Main street, liv IH) feet ,le,.p There la ou amiil uroiHU-tf one of thu liesl l.iverv HLtthles lu tilt. tMko... cv Anlaltwl In ... .... eaiiahleof aceommo'latiug I'niin fs tti ttlho.ses. .11 .eel n-oiii liv ito,i,.i. an, i naa ul. excellent nini, In ft. 'fher." is also a vacant Is. lu.i uu.n ..... .1... tel ami stiihle, with a btahle In the roar, auilicient to hol.l SO noi-saie. The Hotel haa lawn thonniu-hly reiiair.".!. insi.le an.l out ano: i in the latst onler. It huseverv etui veniemte alaiut it. at. iiveellent .oit,.., ,.fs.. cellar un.ter tho tt hole house, ri.noko-tiu.ise Wash house, loe-houae illletl, ami other neroasnry otit l.uil.tinirs. He will also aoll l.hn hotel rr..il,.n ., .. ...a lianl Talil.s.. In g.M., ruiiolng onler,' . The irti...rty will lie aohl w.araUi, or t.i(;cll,er to Milt pumhaaen.. Any onu wishlngtA nnrrhnat. a fine prnH'rty In plcunnt town, will .lo well to call nn.l examine the same fnimetliatuly. Joasosaion given on tl... 1st of April. Term made to tuft panthaaen. . -IN" I. B KKf.f.KK. (iermantewu. FebriuryM, 1MM. r.J. at,IA w H ATS, FTJHS, &c. " AT ADMINISTRATIX'S SALE. 1 IIK 8TM'K OK HATS, KIII.'S. holonglng lo Ihu Kstate ol' Henry Kro.uer tie. .leaMnl. at his Hut SUre in the I'liill.ps House 'ao,l the II Mil ics lailongiug Ul snl.t ,le.s'..se, ill l. aohl at Audio... at satil r.aiin, on hATCttllA Y the 17th .luy or MAKCtf, IMntl. tv neneing n't III o'clis-k. A. M of said .lay, lo continue till aaiil proorrtv it all aol.l. TKItMS (in all soma over throe dollars a rre.ljt of Ulue tuoiitha will ho given. . , Klll'HIA M. KlfKMKIt. marl-tlU A.linlnUlratrinol II.Kruiuor, il.x-il JACKSON LaNt.D.IN. . JOHlCl'll I.AMI1HIN. J. LANCDON & DRO. Mam.rm".t.mra of FINK OAltRI AUKS. IIOCK AWAYS f U II 1 1 1,'s. .,M , m.Hfv,l WAI vi ' M-T1,'NS SI Kl (1 V AUO.NS, YOltIC WAfiONS uivicim r,. M,,K"'"HUA - (- W. I'lilllila." ol.t sti.e.l. Nisi. II. H 16 K 41b SI 'l'0i, Ullln. JleiMiirinff UonttXTomptljiX Anally. AlJiO, UKAI.E1W IN HAUDWAllE, An.l aguiita for IlieJaihl, Itahuiao Jk. o"a. Kite an.l lluigUr f"rotl ShI,, ai.,1 K, l..s,le" liotiigoiaiors . . "! Lager floor t'tsilera. 1 78 MA,N NTUKKT, I")llAYTU:KET.S, &: Kealiy inlulotl at U.o KUflifK liteaiiiJoliftootn II. HCIIWA11ZCAI.I.STIIKS1'."CIAI. alieullen of his .......erou. i.iis.,.iitn, .... ....... desiring Spring I l.ilhinn thai he wiilm-n his new lolhiug II. .us,., lla Main slrnt, i llls MOM I'll ami Mill sell Iiest ao.l ..,.t fashionublo olothlog. which he has ot'lere.l t. In- n.iule up nt as ow rates as auy house west of Mew kutk. tehTM