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IV 11. HOflinHON..... u. riT;n......, i.ixriiii, ..ahmintakt DAYTON. OHIO. Saturday, . -April 7, 1866. The Rump Senate Attempts to Overrule the Veto. A body or crazy mm dcKimrato nicu. chiefly devoted to codfish politic ami an Inwtne paaalon for nlfrirer, ami prntenillDK to be the Hbkatr of the Ukitkd Statkh, are attempting to gUe forrtliln and Illegal vl Ullty to the Civil Riiihti I'ii.i. (ao-rulliil) by a majority of two-thlrdu ao-cnlliil The Tote atrxxl 83 to IB Dmim, of Oinnee tlcut, Iwliiir lrk In Nxly, and Moriian, nl New York, a aupjMwed friend of the veto. nick In mind. But live days ago the Pbkmipknt of tin- Umitkd Htateh. In a formal proclamation, ileclaifil officially what all the world knew iiiuilll. lully that war was at an end and pejice rcxtored. Hence, the Hknatk of the ITmitkd Statim la eoni)ied of nyire than seventy members. Ttrnty-h"o of thcue meinbern ar forcibly unci violently kept out of their acuta by the radical party Thirty-three vote, being the entire fttrcngth of thatdeapcrute party, ao far from being a tum-thtrds vote which Is requisite to override the Prcslrli'nt'a veto U not even an ordinary majority. The ao-called Skt atb is nothing, therefore, but a body of rccklesa utnrpcrt. who neck to maintain and pcrpctnate their power by violence; and aro attempting to fasten illegal and unconstitutional legislation Uon an un willing people by the exereine ot lore. Io these men expect the people to wit now their Crimea and remain quiet P l)o thoy expect the American people to sit Idly by and behold with apathy a second and lusting disruption of tills I'Sios by their InfainoiK ichemeaT If no, they reckon without their host Too much treasure has been wasted, too much blood spilled In the great cause o Union. We can not afford to be shipwrecked in the harbor, after a long and perilous voyage. Letthomcnut Washington beware. If force and violence are to be the ustiflca tion of illegal legislation, why may not the President enforce h' peculiar views by forcer If the minority can keep power from the majority by force and violence, why may not the majority organize and oust the minority ? We are about entering upon unknown and troubled seas woe be to those whose illegal action shall bring the people once more into trouble and open the floodgates of bloodshed. We look to the President to maintain firmly, as he has done heretofore, his stand for the right. The people will be with hi in In his gallant struggle. A Mare's Nest. The Journal has discovered the important point (hat President Johnson in his procla mation don't recognise the Stale of West Virginia. Wonderful discovery! It must have taken a pair of leather HM-etJieles to Hud this out 1 It Is alxmt time Hint this preposterous humbug should go the way of Military Commissions. Among all the palpal)! violations of the Constitution of the United Htatcs, committed within the last four years. not one hiia been more shameless and ini pudent than this humbug of West Virginia and notonehaadisplayed mnraoflensively the charlatanry of the party In power. We shoald think a respeclahle journalist would be ashamed to mention it. Another Radical Outrage. The Revolutionists of the House, on yes terday, by a vote of HI for to 45 against, ejected from his seat Mr. Kuooks. of New York, and hy 72 to 62. save It to his contes tant, IXiiKiK. In making hlsohjeellons, Mr. Brooks charged that "The contestant bad expended $15,000 for corrupt puriMises, while tnere was un alle gation that he (Brooks) had spent a cent on his election, lie wits no professor of relig ion, blithe (Mr. Dodge) was; and yet Mr. Dodge made a corrupt bargain with the Tammany Hall candidate. 1 1 he did not do so himself, Jin did It through his friends, Messrs. Cowden and Canon, also professors of religion, and he paid 92.000, which Ilarr had reoeived for running against him (Urooks). He apealcd to the honorable f eutlemun of all parties to do him Justice,, f he was to he thrown out he would say to his Democratic associates, be content, "the blood of the martyrs Is the seed of the church."" Thus doea one Infamy follow another! Law, justice, truth, all contemned, by the power of numbers, no motive lmelling or governing but the crazy and debased con siderations ot party! A Combined Strike. Arrangements are now bo!ag perfected for a general strike of the mechanics and worki.ig-ineu,of every class, In New York, for higher wages, on Monday nest. The plumbers. It Is said, will demand It per day; the painters will Insist on fifty cents Increase; the stone-masons 93 50 per day; the laborers employed by the plasterers and masons 92 60; the sash and blind ma kers fifty cents per day extra; the lighter men 918 per week; while the longshore slilp-pslnters will go for eight hours as the regular day'a work. tW We breathe much freer! A great deal easier! The Washington correspond ent of the Rochester Democrat state that reconciliation has taken place between Grant and Butler, and that the latter'! work will not appear. What a loss to war history aud patriotic lteraturet "Bottled Butler corked up again ! What In the world could the matter havo beeuf Our Consuls iu France write that the ch olera ha almost disappeared from that , cou utry. ' The Democratic Party Dead Again. "Mr. Vallandlghani, Mr. Pendleton, and such men. and the party they represent, can not become ascendant In tlils country. J he old Democratic party ran not recover pouter, and the maintenance of It merely per petuates the vtretched Condition of the Kouth." Wh cut the above from the Cincinnati Commercial, credited to the "Charlottesville (Va.) Chronicle." Whether there be such a paper as the aforesaid Chronicle, wo are not advised. Whether such a non-tonne ever ap peared in It, Is much more doubtful. If so, It was evidently previous to the recent elections. Moreover, the editor thereof. If not a "dead duck," must have been In a very mortuary and desioniliiig condition. Had he been a "loyal" Southern Union "conservative." "part fur anil part ngiu" President Johnson, or a veritable Thug of the Si'MNKn-STKVKNM school, we should not have been surprised; for "the wish would then he father to the thought." It Ian favorite stupidity, especially will; ,.no .ryat,ve e-ass, -wo, ,., we ,,,le quietly at It, particularly when the . ...J.... m.,.,., .,-,.. i,c v " " "n """"" J " "- ..,.,MK '".,:"'" " , 'v J- ' .Miuir.i. ,,.,nr cherish or lament over the delusion. Is s.in.e- icle If there be a Chronicle, aud It has said .,.:.,.,.. of the Democratic party "merely periie- . ., ... ., J ' tuates the wri'tched condition of the South. he and his friends had better learn at once to accustom themselves to that "wretched couimui... or n. win las.. .,,.-. for ' the Tennessee Demoer.lt'' at Washing ton, and the 8iipHrt which he receives fi mn the Democratic party In the Senate and the country, the condition of the South would. Just now. be much more "wretched." Re ally, too, after having survived reviling, persecution, mobbing. Imprisonments mid exiles as "Southern sympathisers." and be ing now in a fair way to regaiu power and place, and, what is more linjHirtiint. the domination again of our old principles and policy, we can not afford to disband merely for the sake of alleviating tho "wretched condition of the South." Excuse us. I , ! i A Great Fenian Enterprise—British Bermuda in Danger. Anxious seekers after the sensational must havo been Intensely gratified when they read the flaming head-lines of the New York Herald, of Thursday. Only think of the sailing from that "neutral port." for the British Island of Bermuda, the day be fore, of two formidable, armed, vjarventr.lt three Iron steamers, carrying 3,000 men. and followed by two steamers, with 2,500 sold iers. Other vessels arc reported to have sailed, from various ports in the United States, nil for Bormuda. Altogether there was quite a ferment In Fenian circles over the new war-like movemcutsupposed to be under way Five or six hundred men have gone In small sqnads to Machlos, Maine, there to embark for tbelr destination In schooners. Two printing presses accompany the ex pedition, and as soon as a lauding Isell'ectcil, proclamations will be Usucd to Fenians of the United States to join them. There are some British troops on the island, who are to be attacked by superior numbers. A Provisional Covernnient Is to be or ganized, nnd a President elected ;. Kew Brunswick Is to be conquered, a (Vwgress established itc. What consternation this will produce with Mr. Hi;;.!, when it reaches England ! How that fierce animal will bellow aud scrape anil tear up the turn i lie scare, which drove Parliament from Its cozy bed at night to hurry up the suspension of the h(xht;u carpus writ all over Ireland, followed by the grabbing up. on penal charges, of every unfortunate Mick who had about him anything of the "green," was but a pleas ant Joke to this. 'osslbly, however, we should not treat such matters as this as entirely sensational and of no rellnhility, for, yestenlay, at Washington, tho Douse Committee on For eign A flairs agreed to report a Joint resolu tion to tend a naval licet to the fishing grounds, to protect the rights of American fishermen, and at the same tune to preserve the ieaec. The resolution Is understood to meet the views of Secretary Seward. It Is also charged that large uumlicra of Fenians have gone there In the guise of fishermen, tor the puriose, it is Intimated, of bringing on a collision. There may be some fire in the neighbor hood of so much smoko. Wo will see It hen the conflagration breaks out, may be. Amount of the Public Debt. Mr. MoCulloch, Secretary of the Treas ury, cyphers up the public debt, on the 1st lust, to bo 92.H27,7ttUOu 82; to pay which ho has colu on hand. 9C2,000,700 09; aud currency, also on band, 9oO,077,6SO 01. These two Items added will leave the pub lics debt, A pi 11 1, 18Gft. two thousand ecve.it hundred and Jive million Mix hundred ari fwty-tiz thoueaud Jive hundred and lixtern dollars and on if cknt ! That one cent comes In with a most commendable correctness: more especially, as only a few days have elapsed since the Controller of the Treas ury, lu two or three labored letters, mode It nn.ii. trtnt trtArA waa a (1turoi,.i.ifv 1 .1 am,,. ! ,.ri. ula., m..ini ai.u.ita i of the Secretary otllclal exh bite of up- The Difference. A genuine, out-auil-out Tuuo la a "deaii duck," while a mewling and puking" CoNBEBVATiVaRltri'CMUAM, who "gUpporU JoiitisoN" and volea with and for bin worst eiifiuli-a, laaluiply a "lame duck." The lat ter la merely one degree behind In the duck aeale. Aud yet the former U the more re- ipectable of the web-footed fowl. A Senatorial Infernal. discussing the vetoed Civil KlghU Bill, In the Senate, on Thursday, au Immediate , vote was urged by the radicals, against re-; monstrances that Senators Wr.iaiiT, of N. J, and Dixon, ofConn, were kept from their seats hy Ulnete. W auk, of Ohio, Is reported, In a special to the Commercial, assaying, in an exe ted manner. Hint "The Senate ought to take advantage of the absent Senators, who were not here bo- causeof Me(pin-o..f Af. lie thanked (JniL lie i;ilL that thw SMmt4m wt not ivro tu oln-y the dictutltn, of ft one-man lower In the shape ot a despotic Execiilivo who was seeking to thrnst leading rebels Into the Senate as Senators." Mr. W tide's remarks, which were continued in tliesiiine strain, were listened to with breathless at tention, and at the conclusion there w as a mingled ilisNisltlou iu tho galleries to ap plaud and hiss. Was ever black-hearted malignancy more shamelessly exhibited by a public man! Willi f.liu IlifWii.il .Ii.ll.rl.r ,.f u .rli.nllmr fl tmank m(( (joo Uint brother HinaUirs aro alllicted with disHi-.c, ,,,, Bpe thus (k.pl.,w, of t,, K)Wnr ,. 0,mrjre KTmt (lty l(( th).lr roIBtltlll,1)(.v nil the eoiinlry; one. whose steps titHrIii on I he very brink of the grave; 011"- ' '--'ly approached its po'tiiK b((t ,,,,,. ,.,,,,,,,.,,,, Kt.t for y,.t wJiJis o o wMv ,,,, , faithful servant and to the body of which he is a worthy member! Hell itself might Tllw ,, ratl to show, from nmong Its , ,. ,. , , , . .siilpliiirous depths, a creature, of human or ..... , . ... . , ..-vii ..H(A?t wiiiw piwuiuiin nre nen;ir or more lufeinal, whose brain is morn seared iH.r.ltrmt I'h;'l4ll..l, y,'t.m!ltMfa np uhfwn ,1(,.lrt hllu.kvr wt,, t,,0 IiaHS,OIm ()f total depravity ! : i i--tt..i- ( A Senatorial Infernal. Hit it the First Guess. Says the Cincinnati National Union in dependent I'epiiblican we may ex pec tail' other howl from tho Iladicals, consequent upon tiie last proclamation of the President declaring the Insurrection at an end. They evince hy their actions that they want it to last just as long as possible. They are fear ful that with the return of peace, tho Ho pnbllcan party, having accomplished its mission. In the destruction of slavery, will bo known no more forever, but a true Union party rise from Its ashes. Never were yon nearer the truth in the world. The "howl" is loud and long from every nook nnd corner Is it heard but never was howl of rage so Impotent. GLEANINGS FROM THE MAILS. A criminal who lias Just been committed to the Wisconsin State Prison for burglary, confesses that he aceldenta'ly killed a young colored girl, for the murder of whom another has been sentenced to the peniten tiary for life. It Is believed that his story is Lrtie. The Auburn (X. Y.) -Krfrfrftser says that a son of Brlgliam Young, formerly a resi dent ot that village, was in town last week looking up sundry debts of his father's which he was anxious to liiinidutu with the iqnldato, Mi dtirin Interest which bad accrue g thirty- live years. Three bunrlars were caught drilling a sine in .-ew l orK. They were put In a sure place. Josh Billings says that Delaware may be described iiint now as "the land of shud ders." i Cell. Bilhvell. of California, member of Congress now, raised 3&0O0 bushels of wheat last year. Since last May, Government has sold two uuunriMi anil ten thousand horses anil mules realizing over fourteen mill inns aud a miar- terof dollars. The sales still progressing In the Sonth will reach seventeen millions. Tho recent thaw haseuused great freshets iu northern anil central Minnesota hy the sudden melting of immense bodies of snow. wnien every-where cover the ground. Bridges havo been carried nwav In everv direction, and travel is almost totally sus- peniicu. The Mr. Stockton recently elected from the U. S. Senate is the sou of Commodore Stockton.' who was also a Senator. His grandfather was also a Senator, and his great, grandfather was one of the signers of in; ijccinration oi luncnenueiice. The Salem find.) Democrat of the '1M nit. has this to sav about the niircons: These roving and iersccutcd fowls of the air estahllshiil a "roost" north of town last week, and so enormous their number that acres of timber was broken down hy. their combined weight. In Iberville Parish, Louisiana, last week, at a ahurlfl'a sale, six line plantations sold fur what the clubnnite machinery originally cost. , A Hadlcal organ snys that tho President, In his 21 of February sX'cch, "struck foul." The ghost of tho poor "dead duck" knows that he struck fowl. Louisrille Journal. A Bio Fall. At Philadelphia, lust week, while Mr. Hurley was coming from the Uirard Bank, with t'l.MMI, which he had Just drawn, he tripped against a stranger aud fell, lie husn t seen bis money since. A remarkable death bed marriage oc curred In Benulngton, Vermont. A Mr. Fay, aged fifty-six, grandson of Col. Fay, died on the iitli ult and. while dying, was married to a lady witli whom he had been keeping company forthlrty-ttveyears. He had made his will eight years previous, and bequeathed all his property to tills lady. , Tu National Dkbt. The "Fat Contrib utor," In his lecture "Among the lted Men." gives a plan for relieving the country of all further trouble about the national debt: "Deed the land back to the Indians, (from whom It was stolen,) and let them assume the debt." He has sent It on to Washing ton. The New York Ii'L'lulatitrf haa rclpntod tiie roKHMMl elirht-hoiir labor bill. The eon- : nnilMIW "Idurntloti of a nimlhtr bill In the W Uvoimin ieg!sttture huabfi'ii tnUtiHuiUly poetiHiufJ. .. i. r..i.ii c i........ v. W iUUiiis, tht mifliitly conewiatoil niHDop ni mat uiocrae, mhi to prtiviue 11 in eplanopal outfit and an addreiM pledging to liiui their co-operation. Nearly nluo liuudred men are enipioved at the Hprlnglield Armory. About. i'.iXX) gnne ol all d.wirlptloua, caplurud from tha mliela, are being overhauled there; aoiua are Austrian, a tew are riprliiglluld rillea, but the irreater raujority of theta are Kug llah Enfield riflea, , . K u bu : rn 1 or 1 ., Special Notices. MtAHVAh NOTIClS. lr. E. CON may be consnlt4,l as follows: tnXKMIA nttha Dniiot :.tln llmim ... J ",:'."n Al'r.' DAYTON at the Ni.v.SI. I ics. as, Kcl) S. March S, Anril la. ' mill IS HUIIMI. fn frri.li.va III TKIIY Mt tlia Morrla II,..,.. u.ii... Nov. 5. Hi t 80. Fell. 8, starch 10. April 14. ' uritiNUKlKl.l) hc ths Wiliu llone. Apni is . . , I'ONB has ha.1 offlpc In each or the alioro 'ilL'i"1 '"' ,hJ','t,u'".'" ,T!i""1, r"r t ..... h .k ..ir:..,T ..T ".Vr I " . "I the bovt nt ruiurnnHNi i mmvh pie witn hi- nVMI. ir. umb, injiiw hi 1 1 1 ciin-ii an TArtt'tti'N or ChnMiir. iliftrnmM, Im-huliiiK those of th Kv nntl Knr; m:ili no chnrx fur iNmNnltntion ; 'hut if tlio H li(ir4iiitlt hhiiimirlrrntinrnt,henharmi n-r l.i- M.-H. i.n--. " , Mtllclmw UinL v it) liiAt ripnttmitfVoiii Amr to ifx monthM, t-oxt h-uia Five lo Thirty lnlltn. In i nh AAArtw. Ir. K CONK, COLUMBUS, onto. nonrsrllr New Advertisements. ATLANTA HOUSEj " No. 20 MARKET STREET, , .' i i !. n. HoAHDINU BY Till: W KKK AND MKAM AT AM, Mill Its. Choice ( ignn. slid LltiorM ul tlio bar. Lunch j:rc !-l(t, at JO o'rlmh. J.VI IH WAUmiVKIt apria.a I'n.prlrUir. NEW rUJtNITURE and CHAIR WARE-ROOM, , In Ih clid Ifall, 74 JeTei Hon Strert, ft V Virlf 4k m m r . Whkkk r. HAVK OPENED' a new kuku ol r l KM 1 1 UK of j Uur Own Manufacture, I" in the hrt innlurUI unit Intttt styles vitv th. nubile l kiiu tu ii call. iipr7-lm. i, M. KTAkK & HON". HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS' Van Ausdal, Harraan & Co.j No. 14 main treel.. TIavk in stoke a t,a::(,'k stock. id nre rlallr rrrniTilix HOt'KK KI.'IINIHMINU OUUIis, ultnlAu fur Furnishing Dwelling-Houses, Hotels and Churches, COMPRIMV, F.NOI.ISII i.NII AMKIMC'iN ' CARPETING OF KVKRV DKSOKIPTIOM . FLOOR AT TABLE OIL-CLOTHS. , MATTINGS, DOOU-MATS, ! IlUUd AND DKUUOKTINO.' ! A splendid nnsoroment of tho nuwunt lylw ; Wall Iapei, ; DECORATIVE PAPEIl HANGINGS. WINDOVV-PAI'KRS. TrTASTKK CENTEITS. FHtE-HOARD rUINTS. Sheetings & Pillow-Casings, Curtain UomU, C.-iiiiiturpunu.. Toweling, Nukiu, lluylieH, . TAIU.K I.INKN, TADI.K AND 1'IANO t.OVKKH, WinJuw-Hhiule uml Win.low-triinminirii. I'intura l(Miw, I'aituru-Mii.l, rie.ture-iinl'.. Richardson's Celebrated Irish Lineni. Curtain-Cornice, Jlaml ,V 1'lti, Carpet-Warp and Cotton-Yarns, IMim:n ahkii Slncclho f edln in Trices Aud wo nor offur the tiiKKi at NEW YORK PRICES. Vnrpnttt Matte and JTm 7oiW. Window HIiimU-h mid Vrniita tint in. ami nth. work exwuti'fi tit hort tiotii H. , V A.S AURDAL, ITARMAN A CO.' ! 74 Main rtliv.it. I rlertt-lyrl O. C.TILLSON, M. D . " PHTSICIAN & SURGEON, ', UusptH'trully ti iulir. hli wirri.'Ka to tha 'ltlni. of linykm anil virlnlty. v i IIKKICK. No. Iltl Third iinrf UM ..r i.urt lli.l.sa. HKHIHHNIU. Nl. T rlimh MnM. Uitwrun Main unit Ludlow. aprA-ftiixl WEIGAND'S . , , j Dyeing and Cleaning: House, Xo.H-tSt. CTjAIKM'VUEK'F. MIk, Ww.lnii ami ( tkin iriMKla, .lyivl ana ulinnivt an b.tu u.uHi i.ppn.vttl Mly lu. . , . apr 0 1wd:w , . ,, NEW STONK QUARY. I. II K UNDEKSIGNED HAS OPKJfED new STUNK gUAKY at , ., , BKAVKKTUWM, Aud la prepared to furnl.h all iivalitiee ot nouoii Oil CUT STONE ., On tha shortest notice. ... At-l 11 in on hand 111 II. HIND anil WHf.L Hl'ONK ot the buHt iiiality and In any aaatititv k.'Hiri..l. ., Oulo rewired at D. M. Clark'a tUone-Yanl. Muin ir,it. Kant or Canal, and ailjoiiiinn Alun. day'tMalt-houhu. , . , All imli-ni pminptly attended to, i aun-trl-lnidJtw . K. DEKHY. ' Fellow-Citizens: -'ALL YOUR ATTENTION' TO TIIR t tliat J an now preparwl, and will atleMd, . To the Building of Cisterns, , Anil will do all kinds nt f ll-'.M KN'riwn .i..-in. 8ui.ni. or wason. 1 have pniviilml my.df wllli two K4ior hand In this biulnuna, and will bo ainulv prepared " To Build Sinki to Order, Havlnirhad twenty-one veara eTiM,rii,n,A in it.A alMlvtt l.ll.il.eflM. Afl.'UU'rl. lliillill,. I .l..l'w - liiMiiprtillon, and w arrant that, my work .naif l.u JH"" atrwlltr; ",' "upi-'rliir iu tlni.ii u,.uy u. c"' httw "ur5i,k'.i SSi'S'?.." No tin and 1(M JetTeraon atroet, lay ton. O. marlHl.uJAw Fresh Milk Cow For Sale. .. ., HE fUTBSCltlBEK, S( MILES WEST liaytou, nn the i;eriaai.u.wn fike, baa auouu t;t)W for aalo. inquire aa above. M M. KIMMEL, Administrator's Notice; " . . .ii HE UNDEHSIONED HAS TniS DA V oi.inrv iMuuly, Ohio, aduilui.lralor of the aatalat Joint Matliaan. deoeaaed. , aprT-attr w. H. BKLVILtfi. i i i New Advertisements. New Advertisements. - REMOVED. Eagla Clothing Store. H. SCHWARZ, ' . . WUOLKKALK AND kKTAlb IIKAI.KKIN. Men, Iloyn', Yvutlut' Jb VMM if n't CLOTHINC, 118 MAIN fcJTREET, ' IIas BKMOVF.D FliOM HIS O T. I) lnnl to IIh- law anil enmniiNllnns flora mora for merly m iicil lv Me!-. Al.'l.ilii-e t IhIcI lr.Hry More, wllern he re.MH-irullv Invito hi. nuinxmiM patroni. and the public in reiienU lox sinliie hU , .Itt ; NEW AND FASHIONABLE ' Spring Clothing!! 1": Kl'IX'lAI. ATTKNTION Is ..illcl hi Oia feet, Unit his pruscnt slu.k of cloth- . . ; ins l Awl that, he has .If Tilted his tiniu THIS KI'KIJtn' to the stn.ly M m.-tkinr; lti hi s"") in I'm Most Approved Styles, Tuny Patterns, and mow epei 'fatly rttlCKS, nnd more eipei'f which at prtnenl AIIB LOWS As. I nn tliort'fnro milt Hit (.'Iisot lluvur. To con rliir the iil..u M tho hVmv' i'urt. !m rMfiot , lully I'tvnifxU an ciwl) oxainhuition . "' 1 Alrn,,y Airlvl,nntl mill Coming He i Ci-nfl.lctil nf fnUv mppllnrr the )(i"f UUi on of jmitltr. Inimlui. Hut jion-on; U'lrl!(f to find nd NOT uiiHtuktt the Ho wmdd nicnln cut! the attrntlnn tit bis new (Haceot (njnini'(t nnl Ninnlrfir oftho Imiine wlifrh is as .ollmYH. vie : A Large Golden Eagle,: WITU All , An Oval Sign Swung Above AND KtADlNA ; EAGLE CLOTHING STORE, 118 IV TIIR CKNTEIl, Aud anotlior reeling HJSCHWARZ, Which nan be ilUtlntrtly ccn fnim tho Marktit , iiautfv on Aiiiln ntnt. miirSff Heayy Reduction in Prices. f fiIWtiT ' '....7 An ...... t "y '"'' ' fr, w i nnn, an a oritur stern. In ORDER TO REDUCE MY LARGE I.K-k of Custom and Ready-Made Clothing I will offer at a great tiwrince, my entire atonk For Thirty Days Only, ., . . . w'y conipotltlon. t am onrlont ....ii i ..an iniwe in nn i,it n uuk 31 A.vsil ir. ami partlmifnrly III I'ltlc'W, all th.nu who will luv...- u.o tiiiii a cull, REMEMBER THE PLACE. - M. WRKTKRTMRH. : No. 119 Main ti., l.r. of Market l. mur Sg-itAwtr MERCHANT TAILORS ANI CLOTHIERS. STEENBEEGEE & CO.. jHint arreer. otvween Mrt ationiU Ilunh ant I Ojllce, , i Wc OUI.D HEO TO CAM. ATTENTION mien iiiiiuciirc luwt vi 'f ' Keady-BTade Clothing , OF EVKKY DKKCUUI'ION J A1AO, ' Gents'. Furnishing Goods - finch at all kind of SHIRTS, UNDER-HHIItTS, DRAWlCIW, ui.i,Ann, isr. rtiir-M, nl'Alus, KUSI'ENDKKS, HOSIEllY IIANDKEUCHIEI'S, &u. HATS AND CAPS , . OK TIIR FINEST QUALITY AND LATEST STYLES. - MERCHANT TAILORING will be atton.liKl to in all lt rirnnchoa. Ilnrlng Best Cutters In the State, i i We feel ronnrlrnt nf Khlrir antlafartfim lit make, and Ilia aru guareiiteLd. Uur atovk of piece cooda SPRING TRADE Ift flora plete. Wo nanio In part FINE BLUE, BItOWN AJJD BI,ACK CUJTHS, PLAIN ANi KANCV CASSIM EltS, K1I.K VKI, V KTfi. B1I.K AND KAT1N VKMT1NOS, JEANS. TWEEDS. SATIN ETH, I.INENCO'ITONADKS, &c. Altorwfiloa we am peepartid t make un at the Xi o W o t Figures i-'i'i,. i auoniaii iiottoa ( J( . If you want to late inonav, call onu. an wo will Uu4 m UJUlMuadd by any buum lo IU weat. Danl rri'l Ibu niLMiuaud No. Ulio i'lurd aircet, between UieJ'otl (llllcoaud inu Klikt National Hunk. - '-- ' H'l'KMMHKKOKU ft CO N. B Caah paid ttr Xobaoco at U tiinea. inanri-limlHinw ' PATENT CLOO PREVENTIVE. The iNVENTonsTV. j. m. batch-' KI.DKIt ami V. I.K1IIKII obtained a l'allit for lllla Invention on the l.llli djy of Wnivh llrM llivontiye K.nlu. baa addud a liew triuiupU to the vaal liunilier or v. .limbic Impmveuuiuta In air rii nlturiil iiaiderneula, and . Mire aa.iro tin Paaani-r liaa o.u.ion u. ro... lor tl.unka to the iionle-liaarled lne.'liaiii.T. who have done ao much of late yuara to render the lalwra of the hl.abanilu.an uOurloua a.Hl mpiilaiTO. All rarmeni have lasen oroully an. Iioyo.1 by the ohokiiiK ot their plowa wiT h aluljl.le elover, woeda. atiilt.., tn., and havo ft lt that a do yloe l.y w hich the plnwlna; rnul.l Iks dune without the ne.waaitv or etoppii.jr the team every rod or ank klxkiiiK away the ekoklug luaUirlal, THIS HAB HKKN IOHT rtMYluriLr ACCOMlV UHHKU BY A VJtHY BIMI IJ UEVlCK, Which ran be read ly atta. hud to any plow, aud ty UieuMio u liubtti MAM inuulutiKir muturiitl "'""7 ivmuTDM uy ivvur ULUWIIfcU ki llui iitiniiiu. it, ta naM'iicui invent wivou wiiii turn gruulut iitvur. . Uy vory-wher. Puntona liuMiriDir to iiurrhav mr)Mt.lmdAm Datto. Ohio. - 1UW- ion, kiwi f tw- swm-wll rul.; tarrltorr will Z t, l klilkU New Advertisements. New Advertisements. Amusements. SoMBKIlV HICUCK. ..I J i-t i : ; t ii is Gift Aatocrats of the World! "At Huaton Hall, Positively fur line We p k (Inly, ' i i IVIWMKNCIVU MONDAY EVENING, A1MUI, l. THB'8PHYNX! Somerbyr& Bruce's ' COLOSSAL GIFT SETTS ATI ON' that lm ever illlnenrci In it....' V.. """?. I rt.ude.1 ami deliirhWil aiullencofi . Wh7l. OBSERVE fcvury Liuly whot .li, t,i,, n:li, on tlie 0 in,z niKht id OCCUPIES A RESERVED SEAT ll.t B PIII3KNTIB BT SOMERBY & BRUCE Wllhnu artlrleof SPLENDID SILVER-WARE. Thl. w.ll Ihi TltK r.RAVI.l.'aT t.'.u. . ovrar trnnaplr.Kt In I ho ( Itv i In, ion 'mi,i thin .' ., Al IIIKM H oyer KHfemli in IlinUm H ,l j IT" -A. 23 1 J. TkJ . The arkeowtedvni hea.1 and front of Wnrkera, ard ihe f.iTot lt Wonder ENCHANTROMUNDI Oftho pnawnt aim will appear ta ronlunot.on with the Brent ami Ais'l'ot'NM.NU UVSI KKY 'TIIE RPIinX! THE 8PIIVXX! Tho LnloHt Uoiixatlon from IviiiIti, ' 1BO lOO XDO Ui fill and olalmrate 1'reaenla ;!veii away evcrv nli;htwltlioutruerve. SOMKltnV A nuucn'are the nrliniitor! and pronrieuirjof the mft I'OPI LAB a.Vd WUU.lCHs' u l. Hill iilir.inlziition Iu ex atvuee. aa our M-ow.leit . miiu,l and di'lhfhted au.lioncca niirhtlv U'.tlly. We iiernmn all we adveitlae. and kIv'o away every ev.-niiia: the whole of Uie 1W preoonta ndvertiaed on our lijlla, and olmlleua;e uuy ono lor fjOO to prove thut evurylhlng la not .lone to tho iL'ttor. , NOTICE POPULAR PlirCES OF A DMI88ION. Tlr k eta 115 een ta. Iteaerred aeata, DO cents. NO liALP-fHlCR No Kree-liat. . , cl'e'ly' " 0Ktt "' 10 C0Inraullce 8 o'olock pro- w.yM,,l?n.,?; "Jatlnee, SATURDAY AFTKR. . .! clo'ki when children will lie admit- T.oketa for bhI.i at uaiial places and at tho Tlckot Ulllce during thedar, only tuoaa who go early can secure acuta li.it your ticket. In advance, and tiiua avoid Hie rnah and orowd at the ti.iket boa In tlie eveiiuifr.- KUFt'M HOMKRIJY. Manaxlna; Director. (J. AMI1UV liUUCK. Jluailieaa Agent. . Tho Mphynx, a llratery. MT The Sphynx, a Myatory. IwarThe Hphynx, a Myatery. aSThe Sphynx, a Myatery. pro 4t THE BROOKLYN LIFE INSURANCE . COAlANY Has DECLARED TO ITS I'OLICY Holdera ... f A CASH DIVIDEND a J.- i.i - - .... .. ...v v. .... OF FURTV.PEU CKNT. To be paid at the next settlement or thalr annua premiums with an ample i 8URPI.U8, 8urlkiieut to havo made a Dividend or .. , ... , FUTV TER CENT. . . . lint the Board nf Directors, looking to the "T.T'T " 8ECU1UTY . , , Of. Oia omiiany, and to the ' " INTERESTS or the aHsarad, fUtsmo.1 this large Dividend I - ' FORTY PER CENT. AMPLE. " ' With the aaaumL nnd prudent aies seeking Ule inaiinutce and l.a.klnir for aecurity, thia cnurao should ho approved. The excess over tha an nmr .lent st.a.la arrorlita to Ue asaured ta be anslled DIVIDENDS ARE PAlD ANNUALLY. I"OLlCTE9! AND" PKEWTOMs' NON- TniRTr ;l.V rtRA E OlVEV TN PAYMENT OK PREMIUMS. " MONTAGUE STREET, NEAR COURT, BHOULYN, AND 141 BROADWAY NEtf YORK. ' CIIUIHTIAN W. Ill II K K, President. illU tM D. POI.HKVI'ri. Vira President, UH IIAKD M. HAklilNlt.Hnmtary ' l. I. FAOKI.KK. A. Uiary.. , DANim, AYR KH, M it.. Mo.1. Kxamlner. JOHN V HO.KH, Asesita. IKKtl K H.Hi.n Nn 1 TWI...I 1...I. ...... ...... I.. Ing Firemen a Insurance Ulttoe, Dayluu. ' THO. M. JOHN. ' . ', ." ', OKO. P. BOYKR. JOHN OQTES,: J.. r.enoral Agents for tha Brooklyn life Insurance Co., OF1 NEW von K. ' t AND TUB , ' !' Amcr'cau Horse Insurance Co., Of 1PIANAPII.IN INB).(, , , And MMKlal AmmU for the Accident Insurance Company, Or CO LIT n HITS, OHIO, AND TUB Ohio Health and Accident Association, or CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' 1 Also, Solicitors for all Homo and Fnrvlgn FIKK IMB(K (OHI'AMHN, OKKHJil KO-tM No 1. Minimi Floor. Iiorka oui.mium. ijiiiiiiH r iri-uiuiin 1 lit! rial, ('fl nuy'ti OOJcAj, jMyirtii, Ohio. ( om- m ar 16-Siud Dftytou, rebruary M, lbbtt. i i " A P M I X I S T R A T H I X iioTlf :kL1i httVC thla (lllV ltm MUlKlillttMl Bilmlni.ln.t.1. a.. fMiiiU) of lliurv Kri'ma.1- All .. - " V. . ! will mi4kiivii...iiuuittn,,)ulti iZmnSy: i ITT' uin" n,B . VJBDa. tin miiio tU-OsJt-UIUJf to Uw, . n it r, ni n r,