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I'rr fnvjililr tnCarricrs) f Wv ami I imr an mint tn advance 1 OU WKKKLY 1CMPIKK, 411 M'v- t"1' Hmtniii - ft (W 0rjf fho r.MI'l itK firviilMe- rr or mI(ikc in Juiitnnnr ronnlv. I'm tntnit In advance in all ta.JI ,TOB PRINTING. Of ewerr 4-ri fition ext1 on Uim Preisei, u ius ueti iiyte. ami at nasinaose prirrs. EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. 110, MAIN ST Professional Cards. ODLIN & C AH ILL, Attorneys and Counselor! at Law, Oorm.n's Bulldlas;, Thirst straet, DAYTON, OHIO. E. THOMPSON, .Attorney and Notarv, r T ILL ATTKXD TO ALL BUSINESS ntraUd to him wltb diligence, prompt new, and care. urtire on Third street, over Lebenibnr-pr'i Olotb- ujr store. novg-nwijr WILLIAM H.CONOVER, Magistrate of Madison Township, 11T W ILL ATTEXD TO DRAYVIXG AND acknowledirin.r Deeds, arirl thf collection of claims. He Is also prepared to attend to the drawing of ntiruinenit 01 wr...u(j,oorrecuy, at iun ounce. mO-dwly J.J. BELVILLE, Attorney at Law NOTARY PUBLIC. UFFIOEI T iMirrUOp.riHoiili, Hoom Mo S. second Floor. DAYTON, OHIO. uovto-dwtf fHOMAg O. LOWE. OKORDB V. XAOF.RTH. LOWE & NAUERTH. AttornoyB ctt J-stx-w DAYTON, OHIO. JVsi INESS TRANSACTED IX GER MAN and French. OSIce over Rickey's Hook-store, Third Street. uovSU-dSin C. L. VALLA N DIC HAM, Counsollor n,t Law, OAYTON, OHIO. WILL PEAOTIOK IK THK XEVKRAL STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS. Oltlce Turnor'sOpei .-House, Itooin No. S, Second Floor. novl-tf UkOltUK W. HOCK. JOHN A. M'MAIION. HOUK & McMAHON, Attorneys at .L.u,w, DAYTON, OHIO. ora.e No. 1123 Third Street, Kuit of Main. novo-Oiu Notions. JOHN C. CAIN. 1. K. BOYKR. WM.P. HIPPARD. iwyeu & iiippakd. WHOI.K8AI.lt DKALRR9 IN ' "Ireign and Domestic-Notions, " II OUT Kit y, OLO VKS, AND THAlSrOY GOODS Ktna. tHU and exit f.mmt ieeoast St., DAYTON, OHIO. Jyl4 Coal and Wood. D. PORT, W. P. HANCHKTT. POST & HANCHETT, wholesale and retail dealers in MASSIMjON, CHIPPEWA COAL AND COKE V , Kait Third St., oppoaita lenla Depot, DAYTON, OHIO. declS-dtf Dry Goods, Notions, etc. TUBS Kit, WALKER & MUSES, WHOLESALE DEALERS . DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, AND Tailor' Furnishing Goods, nm. 3. Timi'i Oa.ra ;lluae, Dayton, Oh'n. Oirdert from country dealer, re.DaGtfuU 7 aolioited. oot 14 dawtf Bell Hanger. E. HILL, Locksmith and Bell Hanger ! NO SOU THIMP STHKKT. (Orir Stout', Iron Store,) DAYT11N. f OHIO. Model, fur PauiiiM made ou abort notice, Sewing Mauhlne, reiairvil. and all kind, of work done in neat aud aatiil'ai'tory manner. KKYS FIITED AND HKPA1RKI). Lock, picked. If required. Satisfaction alvan. JaulO-dtf Physicians, Surgeons, Etc. Lata !'o.t Surgeon Camp Denniton, oflTera hi, aer view, aa HHYHIOf AN ANIFHIJROKON to the eltiiena of Dayton and vicinity Of riCE-IMe. 6T Ludlaw St., katwaea 3d and 4th. Where he may he ibuad at all hour, Itplpi-Fncei l)rt. J I'. Itecre, J, DavU. J. W. lllftncli. aeinW-dtr DR. J. H. RUTTLEY, Til K CELEBRATED MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, WILL HKAI. THK HH'K WITIIOI'T MEiiHu.VK rou 'rifO MttUTIIS tOoodwia Hiiiim, formerly Swayule Houm, DAYTON, OHIO, OAlia hour, from 8 to 19 A M , and from t to P. M. The poor will be liberally soutiderod. , . Auctioners. CHRISTOPHER & SPIELMAN, ai THIRD STREET, lAYTV O. , HE PREl'ARKi) TO SERVE AS AUCTION KbHH tu country aad oily, or will sail fcoods oa consignment. J. K CIIRIWTOT'IIKR and DAVID CLARK fabat-wtf Auoaionaars. ! VOL III ailyJE DAYTON, P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, MPIRE. 18GG. NO. 13G. ... t ' . ; I , Cincinnati Cards. mo Sum KTAir "o yhtkk co., WILLIAM TAYLOR, HAljTlldllMK. MR, Fresh Can and Keg Oysters HKCKI VKI DAILY BY EXPRESS. Also, Cava And Splrd Oyrs, clam,, Lobstera, oniinn, anil .leiliea. nrxlrn Vroll. ' ' 8. E. Corner Fifth and Vine Street, dortdawtf CINCINNATI. OHIO. CHARLES C. DOHERTT & CO IMPORTERS AND JOBBF.RS Or MILLINERY GOODS, B0K5KTS, ribbons and sn.ira. 07 Race Street, Corner of Union, Between Perl and Third, d,eo4dawtf CINCINNATI, OHIO. CHARLES HOFER. WHOLESALE DEALER IN I Bourbon and Rye Whisky mo. am wainnc street, 1 deolawtf ' CrNCTNSATI, OHIO. M. THOMPSON UMBRELLA, PARASOL AND Walking Vane Manufactory, No. 1ST Main St., bat. Fourth tad imta, CINCINNATI, - - OHIO, Kplrlnr Promptly Attrnded to. dee.18 dlaw-lyw ADAM CEI8. Mattrass and Irieddiiicr r a t. r ,t Tn a st m w n t-. n 3 NO. US FIFTH ST.. BETW WALNUT AND VINE. Cincinnati. Ohio. SUPERIOR GOODS WILL BE FURNISHED TO ORDER AT MODERATE PRICKS, FOR City and Country Trade. decAUy. MERCHANTS' HOTEL (FORMERLY DKNNISON HOUSE,) Fifth Ht., Near Main, Cincinnati, O GALLEHEH, NELSON & Co.; PHVPHIETOIII Thlahouap haa tiern thoronglily repaired, fneratl, NATIONAL SALOON, NO.' 170 WEST SIXTH STREET, OINOINNATI, O Choice Liquors, Wines & Cigars ALWAYS ON HAND. Six splendid Milliard Tables FOUR SPLENDID TEN PIN ALLEYS. P. K LI ft, Sipt. J. F. eVNKEL, Pr.n. Real Estate Agents. JAMES KELLY. Real Estate and Loan Agent, Entrance on Third street, DAYTON, OHIO. oriaVdwSni , 8TEPHENS HUBER ft CO. KJOAI. KHTATM AGKNT8 87B 4 e0 Third St. DAYTON, OHIO. Tir If ILL ATTEND TO THK SEIZING and buying of real aetata, loan money on bond and MiwrtRnRV, in... wnwuiuni, eie. All OUUIU ntrutted to them will ua ralihfullir attanded to. oo tf LENTZ & APPLECATE. liRAIi KHTATK AOHNTS onev-3Sa Thlr Slraal KTarlai Bid DAYTON OHIO; , Real Estate Agents. Groceries. 1H08 ..- , INS5. FRESH GROCERIES! T? IZdVEKY FAM LY DESIRES OOOP iruHn unicerte., aua we would rem. ad a paraoit, lutereeted to glra ua a nail. . CANNED P RTJfl Tomaluea, XlUckbarrln.and tjherrle,, and we hare Spies and Cove Ousters, alaa. an assortment of Jeillea. nfiddlatown Hmu. and Hhauldcra, Umta and Ooal Oil. Huaara and Colfaea. I'b-kles Hiiicu, Fancy Honp, etc. 1 in fact eveiy inmij ,nat toe mat leu agord that is dmlra. ble. To Tnhaoco t;hewers we would say, we kee the bent article of Fine Cut that can be had. Coiai one, come an, ana seo wnai we cjtn ao. M'lNTYRKA BAIRH, delt-dwtf Main, thraa door lielow Market. O. WOOAMAN. A. O. SMITH. M. WOOAMAN. WOCAMAN, SMITH & CO., W nolesale lirocers, No 28. Main Street, Opera Building DAYTON, OHIO, II AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A run ana complete .look of roeerlea, Nuta, Kfsh uuarou, ana arary oiir aniciea caliaa pur IB in wnoleMkle grocery trade. Having rooouLy remova1 wt our nr. muuii, we nave greatly muraaiMMI 0111 atiH'k, aud are prepared to Ail all onture promptly. W a re.pecirully eoll tlie alleutioa or city aud and country dealers to our new slock of groeeries, sati.lle.1 that we can give theia aa guodbariraiusa. M..7 . M uin.ll, m ll IMIVI IIUUMI U MB OILJ. decl4ilawtf ..., J. B. CILBERT t CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ( rollEIQX AND DOMESTIC Groceries and Liquors, NOB. W AND T JKPKKRSON HTRKKT. JOPPO. SITE al AKHr.1 IIOI UK. I014 GE.VUINE 8EAIKIV OVER. ATS at til, al Scawara. of the fcaule UoH.in tore. Jalilv Wedding cards Frintad neatly la Colors or In Branca, at -SataJ talflltE 1 nam Jh teoiat. I See ela by Medical. THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. (Not a Whisky Preparation.) Koofland's German Bitters ! Will curs DERILITVi rtMHlting fi-oiu any came whatever. II PRO.ITHATIOM Ot'THR wTSTEJU, IikIuco.1 by SEVERE HARDSHIl'S, EXPOSURE. of FEVERS DISEASES OF CAMP LIKE. SOLDIERS. CITIZENS, HALE OR FKMALE, ADULT OR YOUTH, Will Snd In this Hitters, pure Tonic, not dopendeut on bad liquors lor their almost miraculous effects. Dyspopslai And all aiseatet resulting from Disorders ol the Liver and Digestive Organs, are cured by HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS I A HIS BITTERS HAS PERFORMED mora cure,, gives brttr satlsf artlon, has more tes timony, has more respectuhle piwple to vouch tor "u uiucr nrio-ie in vne inuract. w e uelv any one to contradict this assertion, aud Wll.l. FAY l OIHI To any ont who will produco acortiilcate publlsb ad by us that isuot guuuine. o HVOrLAD9 ULKHI1!) B1TTEHI Will cure every case of CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, AND DISEASES Of THE KIDNEYS. Olwnrvc the following: symptoms resulting from disorders of the dlgitivt-organs : Constipation. Inward I'ilo., Kulness of lllood to the Heal, Aciditv ol the Htomach, Niiusea, lleitrt. burn, Disgust for KtKxL Kullimsor Weight ill the .Stniuach, Sonr Kruotioiui, Sinking or Hutu-ring at the Pit or the stomiu h, Swimming of the lli-nd Hurried and dllllrult llreathlng,, Klutteriug at tile Heart, Choking or buflocating ScnhAtions when In a Ivlng iKMture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Welw before the Sight, Fever 1111. 1 Dull Pain in the llo;ul, DeuYlencV of I'ltrsoil-atiiill. Yrllownf... of ll,i SL in and Kye, Pain In the Hide, Hack. ( best. I.iinln. .tc. fudden flushes of I lent, lluruiug In the I lush, Constant Imairiuinas of Kvil. ami ipnoit tiit.,.a.inn of Spirits. IIKJIKHIBCH I That this Hitters is not Alcliollc, contains no llnm or Whisky anil cannot mnku Drunkards, hut is the uee, rouio lu tne uorin. o READ WHO MI D sO. From the Iter. Levi O. Deck, I'astorof the llaptlst 'hiirr.ll, rcuiborlon. N. J., formcrlv of the North I i Ti, . . . V """"' i""a ai psesuni ,-a.iur '.iheimpti.t Church, Chester l'. I have known Ilooflund's Rrnniin Hitter, fkvnr. aiuy iur a numncroi year.;, natu usuuinem tn my many others, anil know that Uiuy huvu oporatw! fn a sinainK'y nenuncim manner. J UkvnuU lu 'dis ihei ins' the attention of thoMi aiHicLiu) fth' th , imuin KnowuiK trum uxH)ri(jiifl thst mr r)com- manilatlnn nwlllA I V ,l.l,l . ' i er, knowing from exiurleuoe that my recom- ilatlon wlirha sustained. I do this more rhenr- Yours, truly, l.KVI O. BK4JK. Frosa liov W. 1). fleirfrlcil. vtor of iwulith llaptlst Churclt, rhlllutjhia. JP OmtUmssx: I harn roivMiiir hutm lMlriiir iimi.r Micuniiiiiaini rutTWUI 1IIU VII, aOGUI iccomjianled '"riemu'and elicf. Vour iiy pniMirniiua ui too nurvous sysU'in nnm ruiucinrt. wura ruvuinnicil'icti uy somA nf thfm tnatMl hut withnut i Mownana's (iurruan Hitters wore reriimiuimi.fl hv IkOrsnttB kkhn hail trla.l tlwim ....1 u k,.. 1' ..i.i. ?"!.ii.Jt'5L. lJf. usual, wim-wai umi. A iliUl atn RTl'rslUII HJ fHUMIT. Medicines irom tne "thousand and one" nuarx "HKters." whose onlr aim numi u. Im tui mtlin nir swtened and drugg liquor upon the communlt; n a sly way. and the tendency of which. I tear I. to make many aconflrmod drunkard. Upon learn, I a rrom new. j. newton HmwD. u. i. Editor of the nncjciopeaiaoi Kengious koow ledge and Chris ttao Obronlole, Thil. phi! B..T'lf". -"J1,... v.?' .or..,r0.m.m511 11.1.. i. j, . . - aa waa .vnUlilva SA f)UIIOIsUj MIIOU)(U lll Ulk VI r ik.l l.n.uH..!. t ....... a ...a I . iubibuiiiii. Mill ruvcM, M aWJUW Ol DU SUI- ' flt ient reasons why a man may not U'siify to the I benefit he belteres himself to havu nfcivd trotu I any linI.i0 preparatfoa. In the hope that he may thus contribute to the heneilt of others. no Mli ma umra iTKiiiy m regnni w HHQnaDU'l German this ,1. .Ity, booaus. I was prejudiced .g.i-.T,hmfo, , man ir years unuer tue impression lliat tbvv w BT an alcoholic mixture, lam liulelitwH ,a chlel were mr J??, ,Jt '?!m'ik"- ,"r.t,e removal of thl, preJudlM by proper tests ami for encourage- meni to try them w hen angering from great aud ine use ol llirce bottles beginning or the present ItllS lMlitr illifl haul ultn.is.1 (tesitairod of reyaining. 1 thentforii thank tiod, IU I my friend lr diret-tiiiir nie U the use of them. J. . ioa jiuo riiilatiulnUia. A. Prom Uev. D. Merrlge, Pastor of the l'assruuk , Church, I'hilaileliihla. From the many rosucctable recommend. Hon. given to llr. Ilisinnlwl'i lieruiun ltitLsr. I whs in. duced to rive them a trial. Aner using several ooMies 1 luuna mem to im a gissi remedy ror de bility, and a most excellent touic for the stomach. U. MtKKII.K. From Bey. Wm Smith, formerly I'astor of the VlnceiiUiwn and Mlllville (N . J ) llaptlst churches, 1'biladelphlA. Having uscl In mv familv anumlierof Isittles nf your Hoofland's German Hitters. I have to sav that regard tliem a. an eicolluut incliciue. siieclally adapted to remove Ut diseaaea tlmv are recom- mendod for. They struiiglliuii and invigoraui the it. una wnen debilitated, and are usuliil In disin ters of the liver, loas of aniH'tito. Ac. 1 have also recommended them to several of my friends, who lave tried them, and round them greatly benenei a tho restoration of hralth. Yours, truly. Jt SMI I II, 1KB Hutchinson street. rum the Ror. Thos. !. Winter, !, I).. I'anlor of jvoxoorougu tsapusi cnurca. Iear Hlr:I fral it tine tn rnnt vfii,.t ratiuu, llooftaml s tennan ftittrrs, to my ten- have for vani. at titnt-n. Im-.-o lhiiiILsi with vn..i Muur w kviic wiawi TWI rvilllMaLlun It liaS OOUaJlltMI. wiriMHi uy a iriwuu w iry a itouie or vour (iniinn ilUirs. I did so. aud have ekoiriMiuutii rt terially lHinHie.1 I coiii1Ifiitly recoimneiid tht' atttrle whre 1 mot with cii-et. similar to my own and bare beett atsurod by uiaay ot thttir utMi e".' feels. UespocUuhy, yours. T. WiN I KK KOKUorouya, Fa. D BRWAIta Or COUNTKRFK1TS. that the signature of "C M J At KSON is on tna wrapper of earn bottle. Should your nearest druvsrlst no, h.v. is. .i do not be put off by any of the intuiicatiiie preparations that may be offered In lu nlaoa but run w ua ami w. win lurwaru. securely parked express. rklNCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY, i. 6SI Arch at.. Philadelphia, Pal, JONES AV KVA.. Jass.M.rs r (7. Jf. JACKSON 00. Psnssnn-nsi for sale by ItruggUUaad Paalers la every tow a nsn,Hs emi-aa aiwaawww ma so., your. wmM reaiiy a memcinai preparation, i tijok It with happy effect. Ita action, not only i upon the atoniacn, tut iiwn the nervous system, waa prompt and gratifying. I feel that t have derived great and permaneut heuetlt from the use 'nsu7Rii7. wspectnilly, yours. n. u. saiui niau, o, in simclsmuoB it. j : ! . ! ! ' . . ! . mj)AILYii.MHRE. H. H. ROBINSON, PUBLISHER AND I'ROPRIETOR. A Startling Sensation. A correspondont of the M t. Sterling ( Ky.) Sentinel tlm following nuoountof a flery tlend vitilblc In Bracken County : BROKEN CO., KY., February 17. iiiaaniiy oy tneir lears, and nave not reeoT I ered their reason un to this wrltl,,,, l An. -..Tunnw iIITi ""P 11118 writing. I do 5"t.kl 10 w w long this monster, demon or , devil was visible after we reached the wln of dows jiossibly some threeseconda. When 1 I. vanished.lt WAS PttVliiruifi In , .. t I Tlie oo)lc in tliis iii'iirliljorlinnil are In the irreatest state of excitement In mu. qnene of a remarkable visitation or au IMtrltlon of porno deinonlHcal peninnafre in our midst. I am not a believer in tlie doe trine that disembodied spirits can "revisit the pllnipes of the moon," uor do I believe that epoch desiffuatPtl In nrophnrr. wlien the chains of Satan are to be unltHised, has arrived. But the things whereof 1 now write are ot such strange import, so Inex plicable, that I have determined to put you in possession of a full and explicit narra tive of them, merely promising that every word Is true, and the fucts sworn to. as witness the accompanying allldavit. What it Is I nm nimble to say. I merely give the facts, such as 1 am personally cognizant of, and leave it to wiser heads tfiau my own to unravel the mystery. On Monday night last, after myself and family had retired to rest we were sud denly aroused by a great outerv from tlie negro quarters, which aro immediately in the reur of tlie house, in which, prayers , mi isiifireiiini-y n un niaspiictiiies ; uien. women nun t'liiiii rnn u,,i..i. ...I.,.r t.it.u. T and -murder!" at the top ot their voices ft.,iu..iHi,. ' '. an conspiring to create a scene worthy of a pniitlemonitiiu. Terr b v startled. my wife and i sprang from our bed llie room was Illuminated as brightly as by a flood of sunlight, though the light was of a bluish east. Our first and most reason able conclusion was that the negro cabins were being consumed by tire. We rushed to the w indows and beheld a sight Unit fairly curdled tlie lilruul In It I It VaaIid t-ttl hnmir ..,,1 mi i,.. n. " terror. My dauirl.ter. HlirloLl. ,. ,...n .a.ne flying-into my r.H,m. hvsteHcal w lYl fear. This is what we beheld'! Kiiruen iiiiui tne House yard, was a creature of gigantic stattire, a,,d the m,st horrifying ifvinif appearance. It was nearly as high us the cuino oi tne cuoin, and luul a monstrous "P0 -WO ahort, ery whito horns H(HHrel "Uiivu vuun rye; iih JinilH WiTf long, cov rred iw,t.h SimKF? 'i"tr of as,iv "d tonnlnsted wftli huge paws, not unlike ,:ai. ""i1 riiii Willi louur ailfl .n,A ..1 1... 1 . n . f,loe or a cat, and armed with long and hooked claws. IU breast was as brimd as lizedox. Its legs roscmblcd the rront lionw, only the hoofn Wfre cloven. Jthadft lonir tall. itrnnMl u iih a hirt-chHHM horn, which It WW? contlnu- ally switching- about. Jt pyiw glowed like two Hvlne coals of flr wlillo f.-.tm Hu .. trlls were cinittcd shoots of bluish-colored fli,me' 'ith " hissing sound, like the hissing of serpent, only a thousand fold louder. ixfl irciicriil color. ahv ilii nrm. u-uu ,i..n .lt.... 1 " Tne air was nowerfollv i,.,.,.,..! ..ut. . . . . I n""11 li-l hiuji ui uuruing anipliur. lue poor nc- trriui. wnwt Atuii !.,.,.. i..i..tn.. ... i . "V L "".."".""'J". """sr "-" "u " litem, an oin woman ana lan were actually driven to column or name that reach nrarlr th I '" Vl :ui, n-ea aaiacenc, ana which 1 hM hU horrid form completely from Tien The extinction of the flame wa InsUiita nm Tiew, anv VAtiiivviull Ol IIIC I tl C HHs nnfHI III. neous. and with Its dlsan-n-nrane. . , , ' , , "V t I V PAkl loDOli .if iVtn KMiao,.. A All- 1 . , ' VrA riY7Slluc UI LUIS rClUHrat MU16 Visitor. rr wnilift trnnnQiK1a IJ wo"rt f impofisihle for me to attempt " describe the etlcct of thl Vi.iiUtfou iipou UIB UWIJ1 IKMTI Olllly IU1U11V. BUtJ OC it tit , , '5 " " W firmly persuuded that It was the veritable ! Satan. ForinVHelf, I would williniflv I.-.J lieve t hat we al , by some cur cms coliiei. .1,,,,,.. i,h ,, ,h i-i i. ue,lte ''ltd been the victim ol s, horrlc horrid i.ikiiwhiihj, uiu i iiul Know Hint we fully awake, and actually w itnessed we were that oura uncarlv creature, 1 should have kept silent, I and perhaps, tutored my mind into the be lief that it was an hallucination. ! But precisely the same apparition made ita appearance at my neighbor's. Mrs. Win. Dole, aniH'aring therein precisely the same shaie In which it presented itself to us, save tlm head, which appeared to those who ssrittniKi.l Ir a, Um 1 1 . . 1. 1 that of a horse. At Mr. Adam Kuitas AllflLllitr litalirhlutr Ita Iia.u.1 a .... w n-isrinuiu another nelghlair, lu head was that of a vulture. On Tuesday night it appeared at Mr. Jesse Bond's, tliera wearing tlie head of an elephant. At all these places it rnado the same appearance as at my liouso ex cepting only the dunging of the head iiu iiisu ii icnred in mo same niaimor Tlieso parties arc all relinblu Is, ilea .n.i Keiuicmcu, ami at my request liavo made oath to what they witnessed. What It is, what Its object, what lu mis sion, Is something that pusses my poor com prehension. What I have above written Is simply unadorned truth. You arc at lili erty to use this in any manner von may es teem proper. I Reseetfully your friend, NATHANIEL G. SQUIRES. Sl'A'l'K OF KKKTVCstT. HllAlKkN Co. This day KTsoiuilly appeared before the undersigned John ti. Finley, Justice of the 1'cuce, within and for tlie county and Stale aforesaid, Nallianiel O. Haulers. Mlo,-iv Siiuin-s, Sarah D. Souires. Lucy Siulr.'a. Martha W. IMv, Adam r'uqua and Jesse Bond, who, being dulv sworn aiicnnlliio- t,i law, declars that the statements In the ff.r... going IctUir aro true as fartu refers to each oflhuiii. And 1 certify tiiat alllanu aro credible and reliable persona, and their statements entitled to full faith and credit. II to JOHN G. FINLEY, J. P. B. C. Still Missino. Adrlcea Ills, MonlvAjl from Fort Abererombie, at St. Paul, ay that the bodies of Cantaln KI..I.1 .n.i .. aoiuiers, mat in tne great atorm, have not been found, although diligent search had been made. All their horses but one have lieen found, which dispels all holies of their belnifyetallye. Emigration to Texas. Tlie Texa Journals represent the tide of liniiiigration to Hint Stiite as continually flowing and Inerenslng. Texas has suffered less than any of the other Southern Slates during tlie war, and lias a vast extent of imoiic uoniani available for new settlers. Hl'lllO1 Im.B BOIIUOll t-l.i... 1 -I-- .... Itinui'i, nm .if ..i... l. lllaee nf rofn.ru IVs. .iY..." i n.iCTisru iiiiin hiiu tne cessation or nos- unties she was, linanclallv. In a fur better condition than could have been expected. With all these advantages, and a salubrious climate she needs only "reconstruction" to give to her development an impulse which will be irresistible. ) 1 Emigration to Texas. An Ice Picture. During the lute cold snap n drunken man. named Rolston. was thrust out of a dog pry at night, in Phlllipsbttrg, Pa- to llnd his way home tlie best lie ennl.l Vuiii.,. tn A.,,1 V.l.l ..... . S , I , """is' tu ioss me jiasiiannon lit dashed into the creek to wade It but failed lie grasped a bouirh of an over linnirlnu- tree, and soon the fast cointcallng' water sviiieiiu-u eiose auotit ll iun tmnli nf iM. which stretched from shore to shore. Two days after this lie was found standing there iikiu ns nil iiiiiieiinii ill riio rrrivmi clement seven Inches thick, his body In clined a lime forward, eves nature, and ilea pair picture on Ills features. ' '"'Xfd In such setllemeuts was about $20. tiii (Mm.non. n'lu.m u..,i-o i,, ti,.. .n..iu ..r It is estimated that tlie Fourth Auditor's ouiee nas. during and since the rebellion. ri'ijiiniciimi prize claims uiiecting over .ii ...it.... ..i ... . . ..... i.aw eaiitured vessels. The amount in- (KKI.fKK). There were In the vaults of the Treasury .Department $14.-ilR0(0 in live- (loiiiir notes, ihe total amoiiut of all tle nominations Is $ 1 10.000.00U. The Treasurer win receive In a tew davs from the Bank note Company $300,000, in one aud two' dollur notes, greenback issue. . m - A ( onnectiiMit Yankee Is In Washington with a patent labor-saving Constitutional amendment machine, for the use of mem ,.,, "'' l'H"" warrenU-d to turnout "oV ' " 'u"""'' ""'uiments per hour I " " ","KB " """"' ino l eulans aro rinsing a great deal of money nowadays, it Is ixniring In In ten cent hills, and the storv I'nea !, It uin I... PI npniloil III tsvii frrou, uviui.ll.t..,.. ...... ... overwhelm Ireland.theother to absorb Can ada, neiween the two the Hr t sh Kmnliw Is to be pulverijtcd. ,B SAMUEL 0. THOMAS. -.Jiua.j, , . . w I IflAT, A TVTI"fc llf WYI" tuiw l OKA LKR, On Canal, below Third Street, 01,1 r oauilry riulldlng formerly occupied by oio ii i, Hills a Temple.) m 1 U IE BEST QUALITY OF Va...L.' 1 i . am lOUSOIOKHenV UfllO UQ&ll - - . , , . .v-. quaatitlea to suit purchasers aad at the Lowest Market Rates. ALSO rt a TT7TT a tt nnr vm ..aa w w A sUAX H llll l 11T I.I I UU FOR FAMILY USK, BY TUB Cord, or in Small Quantities. ORDERS LSFT AT XIXOX'S TOBACCO stork. Corner Second aud JelTenion, or at Allow ays & Gross Shoe Store, No. Ita Kinh street Will be Promptly Attended to. JanSl.lir I. DA V18 & HltO., DKAI.KKS l. OOAL AND WOOD! FIFTH STRUCT, ' At tlie Railroad Crossing, near tho Canal. ! a .... A ra supplying oonsumers with the DUST OOAIil That can be had, for house and steam purposes, CHEAP AS THE CHEAPESTI ho bust quality of nusn long, awl or split, t'ALLAl E.VAMI Vl'.OI'lt Pltli't j locemberat, 1SS6 dam DISSOLUTION. 1 HE PARTNERSHIP EXISTIVO herd, .lore under Ihe flnu name of TllllM A IIKt K is till, day dissolved hv iniilual ciusent. isAMI Kl. II TlliiMAS. HARI.KS II 11 kl Ii The aeraiunu and business of tlie alaire arm will be svtlUsI aud continued hi SlfKI. O. TIKI w.x. Haylon, O . Feb. XI, IHA5. inarl wd F.MOVAL. . hwars will rcniove to 118 THIS his moreeoiamodlobs house. MONTH lanis IxSI'RANC'K 1-OL1CIES BLANKS Se.lllj priuted at lb. k.atl'IHk SU'ain .lob Uuoms. AL AXUFAtTirREliS' I ,iliVT s great variotr at lh. CMI'IIIK Slemu JohHooa Re 'JK. tSS. VtVau1; XLX how Move. JalllU Fancy show nir.r.f to"uJ atarehani,, neatlv printed at Ihe Lis. oudgai Job booms. us the H I . t and price. . llorasst. ; AOVK1JTI8JNO KATKM. I N 1) 1 I ' Y '. ' one iiiiT (eighty words solid;, one insertion lte square, three Uvs... . 1 "lie square, one we4.k... '....'.V.'."!',""..!!!"'" 1 1 'ne suuaiv. one month.. One square, three month, , ne,iunt-c, ,x timmhf . 5 in 11) 110 It ut ' ' - V V K K K I V ' Ona aouara lelglity smnla) nna waek.J... . It in I er sijuare, earh week In addition. M ler,iini-e, one year j0 oj) llf lnns mradverllsomantaoccnnilng g renter apucu, or 11,1 longer uiriul than alwve imeifliMl, tnade known nt the Conntlnp-Hoom All adver. Wments are rhargnl al thoalnrve ratea. unless a wmten agroemeni is tuailo previous to Insertion It M I Ml Hotels and Saloons. GOODWIN II 'OTLTS U (formerly Swayule Ilonse.l . FIRST STKEKT, LAST OK CANAL BASIN, n i I Tor, OHIO. rl1 AUK LXDERS ONEI). IIAVIVn PIT Hra-iininuuluts ,). .....!: llblin on .nit ila, J ,, ... ... i . uiH m. .. n has sen Hiuroiiglil.t innovated, with all the mod ern Improvement,, tomuke It a comlortable Hotel The room are all newlv liiniilied. No pains will IVITJ 'V mi,,k.1,he ,?!"5t' ixlwllicoinloit. nliln. i ml feel themselves nt homo. Then) Iscon uectcd with the House agowl stable a 'It)1,!i UWTIWIW, Junll -dawtf . ., pt,r0luI.. S C H A E F F EirE 0 TJ S E , GEItMANTOWN, OHIO. AhE VNDERSrGNED HAVING PUR ri,J..M;iV i'"!"1 S!lla -lctlUlly Inlorm i. r.'; ii'.c. "' he ' """ 'I' same, and It K Ins ntfliitloo to leave nothing undone that will add to he comfort of his guests. The patronage ol Uia public Is respectfully solicits v ' u" Jl.ll'1 II. KET.LKR. PHILLIPS HOUSE,' . DAYTON, OHIO. A HE ABOVE WELL KNOWN HOUSE, having recently changed hand,. Is now ot.n. and Hlcrgoing enten.lv. alterations nd Improve ments tor Iheueeoiiimodatlonof the traveling pub lie .No pa us will !. spared to make Uie iTiillIn, jemtr J. T. BARKEIt, Prop'r. PHCENIX HOUSE, TIIIltD ST11KKT, DA V TON, OHIO, rp A. SPANU, Agent. A HIS HOTEL HAS RECENTLY BEEN opened, and Is preiiared to accommodnui trnvuloi a aud the uubliu geiierully in the best style. Miami House, MIAMT8BUI((i, OHIO. J A CO II IIOII'I III . Proprietor, SOCCKBSwR TO H. D. BLACK. -LITE PRESENT Pi;tnttii.rr.if ii Sited up this well known and isipulnr Hotel in the best style, iinil i now prepared toaccounmsliile all who may give him a c A urge sliibleiind vtml are iillnelin.1 tf.h. I The patronage ,,l tlie public 1. repoctlnlly sol octmi.iliti. lolcl. solie 111. FARMERS AND MECHANICS HOTEL DAYTON. Oil I joiisj a. Niiinsi ... (Jlfillf qH, rnrmtrt and M'elinnin. Mramd .Mt-u ... .. 11 . . i . X HIS HOTEL H AS IIPPV TniSfr.i:Mi LY renovated, and refurnished, and will lie kei.t a first class liotel in .11 n.,i . i, log by the meal, duy or week, liood stable on Ilia premises Olunlbusscs ruu to and Irom Uici'tp.ol. Hotels and Saloons. Billiards. HaWZNrOOH'S "PlfiV IIOIUX KUVTAIRAJT. BILLIARD HOOM8 Ctn.r mala an d Ural St.., Dayton.Ohm, rilED. LAJIliF., Pr.srl.twr. IXIeals AT ALL HOURS And the tablet will be furnlshwi with sverr Inx urv and delicacy of the season. .' The Hilliaisl Tables arelrom.the celebrated man. nfactone, of Jules llalkeand Hrnuswick Jt lira Cincinnati. ' Tlie bar is supplied with Wlnra and Mauors ol choicest brands, both lorelgu and domestic. Oysters, BY THE CAN, and IN THE 8HELI, CAV ALWAYS BR HAD AT THIS UOUS, IllIHINO TIIK SKASOW. ALSO, GAME OF ALL KINDS. The patronage of the public I, rMpor.tfullv to. Iklted decU-U Tailoring Goods, etc. ..... . - HSII.n B A.lli Kl If llllit A l JS SS CLKCAMT ITl'LES OF ' Pall and Winter Fabrics. IUU ' CUSTOM TRADE, Kwkel liulldin, Jrffmon St., AtSWITB 1IIIKO. am now in receipt of new and elegant styles 0 Cloihs, tasfcimercs, ...Vw'lnw nl -'Vfrniatlrph, Which I will have ms.le In the most fashionable style., and at III. low Fur canii rsHii. My old cust.imcrs. and H,e pnlllle generally. r iuvlted to leave their un-.su nl. . tT !.JTLWK M'" eci.ict of Wr TllijUIA ( I.hM KN I S, v. Iio i. reputed to I ,, ol the best utlei-s in the proiessioii m svliere My stoi k ori.eul.' Furnishing i;oods laelrgsni ample, and I havu .ver, lirnig in tli. line win, b geiillelnuu can lU slio. all in and i ino my stark, iind learn u.v I feel coiittdelit I can pluu all taste. ..i.. . J. S. i HAUl H. s"1"1" Jaffersou M alsiva Third Horse Insurance. tHUO STATU iioitsi: . INSURANCE COMPANY Of Cl.NClNKA.TI, Oil lit. 8te.H...s. Ilulr & l-rjor", Als. 278 Third trot t. DAYTON, Oiiio, iARE NOW PREPAHfn Ti ivcm.v (Viws. afuhM. Ao., av.luit Tfi.fl "or I a.i I. decll dU